Kyle Xy 1X6

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KYLE XY
1X06 - BLAME IT ON THE RAIN
ORIGINAL AIRDATE : Mon, Jul. 31th, 2006 @ 8pm (FAM)

WRITTEN BY ELLE TRIEDMAN
DIRECTED BY MICHELLE MACLAREN

TRANSCRIPT PROVIDED BY TWIZ TV.COM - FREE TV SCRIPTS DATABASE
ORIGINALLY TRANSCRIBED BY JANEY FOR KYLEXY.NET

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THE TRAGER HOUSE

Kyle’s Room - Around 2:00 a.m.

[It is pouring down rain. Thunder and lightening crash all around the house. In the middle of a dream, Kyle thrashes about in his bathtub. When the lightening flashes, he is in the back seat of a car looking at a rain-drenched windshield, the wipers moving back and forth. The sky flashes again, and he sees part of a dashboard and radio. Suddenly a man in a raincoat is outside of the car staring in at him through the window in the rain. . .

Waking up, Kyle cries out and quickly sits up. Getting out of the tub and turning on a lamp, he spins around when someone starts tapping at his bedroom window. There is someone looking in at him through the rain. Still remembering his dream, Kyle is startled and hesitates at first, but as he draws closer to the window, he recognizes a familiar face. Pulling up the blinds, he opens the window.]

DECLAN [climbing inside]
Thanks man. It’s getting pretty wet out there.

[Kyle closes the window and lets down the blinds]
You’re Kyle, right? The amnesia guy?

KYLE
Yeah.

DECLAN [taking off his wet jacket and throwing it down]
You broke the window at my party. My dad had an aneurysm over that one.

KYLE
Sorry?

DECLAN
He has aneurysms over everything. So whatever, it’s cool.

[picks up a towel off a chair]
You mind?

KYLE
You know, Lori’s sleeping.

DECLAN [wiping his face with towel]
Well yeah, it’s pretty late. I need a place to crash and I didn’t think it was too smart to climb in through her window in the rain.

KYLE
You’re bleeding.

DECLAN [looks at towel]
Crap. Sorry.

KYLE
It’s okay, but what happened to you?

DECLAN
It’s a long story. It’s too boring.

Hey, you gotta extra blanket or somethin’? I’ll crash on your floor.

[He starts looking around while Kyle gets a blanket out of the armoire]
What is this place?

KYLE [grabs an extra pillow]
My bedroom.

DECLAN
Where’s the bed?

[Kyle gestures with the blanket]
You sleep in a tub?

KYLE
Yeah.

DECLAN
Trager said you were a head case.

[Kyle looks a little hurt]
I…I mean, not like rudely.

KYLE
Whatever, it’s cool.

DECLAN [taking off his wet clothes]
The rain should let up by morning.

KYLE
Actually it won’t let up till 2:27* tomorrow afternoon.

DECLAN [grabs pillow and blanket from Kyle]
Yeah. Whatever.

[Kyle turns out the light and gets back into his bathtub. Declan is stretched out on the floor next to him. Without speaking anymore, they both lie on their backs and stare up at the ceiling, each with their own thoughts.]

[Opening music]

Later on that Morning

LORI
Tell me you’re joking.

KYLE [bringing Lori into his bedroom]
No, he’s right in here.

LORI [sees Declan putting on his shoes]
This is so not good. What are you doing here?

DECLAN
I had a fight with my dad. Needed a place to crash.

LORI
If my parents find you, I am dead, and that is nothing compared to what my dad will do to you.

DECLAN
Relax Trager. [starts putting on his jacket]

LORI
No. They will never believe that you weren’t in my room. The one time I’m not actually doing anything wrong. Today of all days.

What did you do to your head?

DECLAN
Uh, slipped on some wet leaves.

LORI
Drink much?

DECLAN
I can just sneak out. They’ll never even know I was here.

LORI
They better not.

[sighs] Just don’t…make…a sound.

[Lori opens the door and leads the way as the three of them start to sneak through the house towards the front door. Just as Lori starts to walk past, Nicole calls out to her from the kitchen. Out of sight, Declan and Kyle freeze.]

The Kitchen

NICOLE
Oh man! You’re up too early. I thought I’d have at least another half hour to get breakfast ready.

LORI [coming into the kitchen]
Guess I’m turning over a new leaf.

NICOLE [reaches out to her]
Happy birthday, honey.

LORI [hugging]
Oh -- thanks Mom.

[While she is hugging her mother, Lori motions to Declan and Kyle behind Nicole’s back. The two start sneaking towards the front door again.]

NICOLE
I love you.

LORI
Oh, I know.

I love you, too.

[Kyle reaches the front door and opens it, but just as Declan starts to step out, Stephen comes downstairs and sees them.]

STEPHEN
Morning!

DECLAN [pretending he just got there, comes back in and shakes his hand]
Nice to meet you, Mr. Trager. I’m Declan McDunaugh. I just popped by to wish Lori a happy birthday.

STEPHEN
Declan, huh? Well, it’s nice to finally meet you.

DECLAN
Do I smell pancakes?

At the Breakfast Table
[The family and Declan are sharing breakfast together]
STEPHEN [standing and pouring orange juice]
So what happened to your head?

DECLAN
Uh, I went out for a dunk on the court and landed the wrong way.

[Lori gives him a funny look]

STEPHEN
You play ball?

DECLAN
Shooting guard.

STEPHEN [sitting and handing him a plate]
Cool! More pancakes?

DECLAN
Oh thanks. You make a great blueberry pancake, Mrs. Trager.

NICOLE [carrying food and sitting down at table]
Well, they’re Lori’s favorite. I make ‘em every year to celebrate her birthday.

JOSH [getting more blueberries]
Because we’re so happy she was born.

LORI
I’m ignoring you.

STEPHEN
Good move.

KYLE
If your birthday means that you’re one year older, doesn’t that mean we’re celebrating one year closer to death?

STEPHEN
Well, guess that’s one way to look at it.

LORI
I think I just lost my appetite.

KYLE [gets another pancake and more blueberries]
Don’t worry, Lori. The average lifespan for the American woman is 79.2 years. If you were Japanese, you would have a few more years, but. . .still not so bad.

LORI [laughing]
Whose idea was it to let him read the encyclopedia?

JOSH
Hey – we should bring out, uh, Lori’s baby pictures. Reminisce over the “awkward years.”

LORI
At least I’m out of mine.

VOICEOVER [looking around the table at everyone]
Birthdays. Baby pictures. Blueberry pancakes. They were talking about memories and traditions, but I had none of my own.

JOSH [eyeing Kyle’s pancake]
You gonna eat that or what?

NICOLE
Kyle, everything okay?

KYLE [smiles]
I’m fine.

Kyle’s Room
[Kyle is standing at his bedroom window watching the rain still coming down.]

NICOLE [coming inside]
Seems like it’ll never end, doesn’t it?

KYLE
Three more hours.

NICOLE
You think?

[He gives her a grin.]

You know.

KYLE [walking over to his computer]
It’s easy for me to process data from global weather satellites. I just can’t figure out why the rain triggers nightmares.

NICOLE
Are you havin’ bad dreams?

KYLE
Last night.

NICOLE
What was it about?

KYLE
I’m not sure.

NICOLE
Well, don’t dismiss it. Every piece of information from your head counts and dreams are a reflection of what’s going on in our subconscious.

KYLE
Where memories are stored.

NICOLE
Exactly. The brain is a powerful tool, especially yours.

KYLE
And yet it can’t tell me something as simple as my own birthday.

NICOLE
Well, that’s something we’ll figure out together. [pats his arm and leaves]

[Kyle sees the reflection of the rain-soaked window in a mirror. He walks over to stand in front of the mirror and looks at his own reflection. Behind him, the lightening flashes.]

VOICEOVER
The science of weather came easily to me. It was numbers, data and patterns. What I couldn’t figure out – no matter how hard I tried – was me.

[In another flash, Kyle sees the man again from his nightmare staring in at him through the rain. It is so real, Kyle turns around as if the man is standing outside of his window, but there is no one there. Turning back to the mirror, he looks at the reflection of the window again and himself, wondering what is real.]

The Kitchen
[Nicole is busy in the kitchen when Lori comes in.]

NICOLE
Where’s Declan?

LORI
Geeking out with Josh. Put a guy in front of a video game and there goes half his personality.

NICOLE
Well, try growing up in the Pink Floyd era and replace video games with pot.

LORI [sighs heavily]
It’s so tedious.

[looks at her mother measuring flour]
You’re baking?

NICOLE
I bake.

LORI
You make.

NICOLE
It’s a special occasion, okay? Cut me some slack.

LORI [laughing]
Okay, I’m just saying you don’t have to bake a cake for me.

NICOLE
Well, birthdays are all about cake.

LORI
I guess I’m just not feeling the birthday thing.

NICOLE
But you love your birthday.

LORI
Not this year. [leaves]

The Living Room
[Josh and Declan are on the sofa geeking out with a video game.]

JOSH
So Kyle’s just bummed out because he knows the aliens are on their way back to get him. It’s the rain. They travel on lightening bolts, like in War of the Worlds.

STEPHEN [coming in and sitting down]
Cool it, Josh.

JOSH
You got a better theory?

STEPHEN [points excitedly towards TV screen]
Oh, get him, get him! Axe guy in the corner, get him!

NICOLE [coming in with a drink for Stephen]
Oh great, it’s spreading.

STEPHEN
Hey, hon.

NICOLE
Did you know Lori’s decided to hate her birthday?

JOSH
Does that mean we still have to suck up to her?

NICOLE
Oh, ‘cause you were doing such a good job.

DECLAN
Probably because she’s in a fight with Hillary.

NICOLE
She’s in a fight with Hillary?

[Kyle comes into the living room]

STEPHEN
Hey Kyle, come on in , we’ll play teams.

NICOLE
Kyle, what’s wrong?

[He hands her a drawing he has made]
Is this from your dream?

[She is looking at a drawing of the man in the raincoat from Kyle’s nightmare]

KYLE
I think it’s a memory.

[Nicole and Stephen look at each other very concerned]

Kyle’s Room

[Nicole picks up one of several drawings off the desk that Kyle has made of the man in the rain.]

NICOLE
You saw him in your dream last night?

KYLE
And then again earlier, like a flash.

NICOLE
But you don’t recognize his face?

KYLE
No. He just popped into my head. But I checked the weather archives. The last major storm we had was the night before I woke up in the woods. Maybe this is a memory from then.

NICOLE
It’s definitely a possibility.

KYLE
No, I’m tired of possibilities. I need something to be real.

NICOLE
Well, that’s the problem with amnesia. Your mind only unlocks information when it’s ready.

KYLE
But there are other methods – hypnosis, drugs.

NICOLE
You’ve been studying.

KYLE
I need to understand myself.

NICOLE
I get it, Kyle, I do. And I promise you, if I believe there’s a viable alternative to the wait-and-see method, I’ll give it a shot. But those kinds of aggressive therapies can work against you. You just had what may have been your first memory. I don’t wanna risk a setback. Can you trust me on this?

[Kyle nods to her. Suddenly there is another flash of lightening and a crash of thunder.]

KYLE
Power line’s down.

[The lamp on his desk goes out.]

Outside Back of the House
[At the back of the house, Stephen is checking the power box when he notices footsteps in the mud leading up to Kyle’s window. Looking closer at the window, he sees blood stains on the glass. While he is examining the blood, a man walks up behind him in the rain.]

MAN
What are you doing?

STEPHEN [turns around]
Tom!

TOM FOSS
Sorry to startle you, Mr. Trager. There’s a bunch of houses in the neighborhood that have lost power. I’m just…I’m just doin’ the rounds, makin’ sure everybody’s okay.

STEPHEN
Well, I’m really glad you’re here. Our foster son, Kyle, drew a picture of someone staring in at him from the window. At first we thought it was his imagination, but now. . .I’m not so sure.

[Tom goes to look at Kyle’s window.]

What if it’s the same person that broke in the house last week?

TOM
You said something about, that he drew a picture?

STEPHEN
Yeah.

TOM
Okay, I should probably look at that.

STEPHEN
Al’right, it’s inside.

TOM
Yeah, let’s do that. [they both head back into the house]

Lori’s Room ♫1

[Lori is sitting up in her bed writing in a journal when Declan knocks on the door and comes into her room.]

DECLAN
I hear you’re anti-birthday.

LORI
Word travels fast.

DECLAN
My last birthday, my dad couldn’t be bothered to be in town. So I raided the liquor cabinet in protest. At least you got blueberry pancakes.

LORI
Your favorite.

DECLAN
Parents like me. What can I say?

Seriously, what’s your deal?

LORI
I’m just feeling particularly friendless right now. Makes celebrating another year of life sort of bleak.

DECLAN
I’m your friend. Kind of, I think.

LORI [laughs]
Yeah, after you duped me into losing my virginity?

DECLAN
I didn’t dupe you --

LORI [holds up her hand]
Please – water, bridge.

[Declan lays down on the bed; Lori stretches out next to him.]

So what really happened to your head? Seems like whoever asks gets a different story.

DECLAN
I told you, I fell.

LORI
Before or after your fight with your dad?

DECLAN
Can we drop this please?

LORI
You know, my mom’s a therapist. I mean, you could --

DECLAN
Trager, it’s no big deal, seriously. No scandalous family drama, no horrible tales of abuse. Let it go. I’m fine.

[Gazing at the wound on Declan’s head, Lori looks worried.]

The Living Room

[Josh is stretched out on the sofa gobbling down Sour Patch Kids. The doorbell rings.]

JOSH [yells out to anyone]
Door!

[When the doorbell rings again, Josh sighs heavily and drags himself off the sofa to go answer the door.]

Kyle’s Room

[Kyle is sitting in his bathtub drawing a picture and there is a knock at his door.]

AMANDA [standing in the doorway]
Hi.

KYLE
Hi.

AMANDA
The power’s out at my house and I didn’t wanna be home alone, so I thought I’d come over here.

KYLE
Where’s Charlie?

AMANDA
At his house.

KYLE
Why didn’t you go over there?

AMANDA
I guess I just wanted to come over here.

[She comes into the room, taking off her raincoat and putting it over a chair.]

Josh said you remembered something.

KYLE
I still don’t know what it means.

AMANDA
Well, it’ll come back to you.

KYLE [putting away his drawing]
I’m beginning to wonder if it will.

AMANDA
I think you should get out of the tub. You’re wallowing.

KYLE [thinking]
To indulge oneself immoderately. As in wallowing in self pity.

[smiles at her] I’m wallowing.

AMANDA
Well, it’s depressing.

[Kyle hangs his head, so Amanda comes over and gets into the bathtub, too, and sits across from him.]

KYLE
What are you doing?

AMANDA
I’m gonna wallow with you.

KYLE
This is strange.

AMANDA [laughs]
Yeah.

[They sit in the bathtub together, smiling at each other.]

The Kitchen

STEPHEN [handing Tom Kyle’s drawing]
Well, here it is.

TOM
That’s a. . .that’s a lot of detail.

STEPHEN
Yeah. You recognize him?

TOM
No. No, I’ve never seen him before.

Did Kyle say when he saw him?

STEPHEN
No, he was pretty spooked by the whole thing. He didn’t say much.

TOM [rolls up the drawing and puts it in his jacket]
Okay. Uh, I’ll circulate it at the security company, and I’ll pass it on to the police and maybe they can ID him.

STEPHEN [shaking Tom’s hand]
Great, thanks. I really appreciate it.

TOM
No problem, just doin’ my job. [leaves]

NICOLE [coming into the kitchen]
Did you give him the picture?

STEPHEN
Yeah.

NICOLE
Poor Kyle. He was so sure it was a memory and not a dream.

STEPHEN
I wish it was. I don’t like the idea of someone trying to break into our house.

NICOLE
Strange that both times somebody tried to get into Kyle’s room.

STEPHEN
Do you ever wonder if Kyle -- ?

NICOLE
What?

STEPHEN [waving his hand]
Nah. Nah, it’s ridiculous.

NICOLE
After everything we’ve witnessed, nothing is ridiculous.

STEPHEN
No one’s reported him missing. He’s, he’s capable of doing things that no normal child, or no normal human being, should be capable of. I’m not saying that I believe in Josh’s crazy theories, but. . .

NICOLE
But?

STEPHEN
Maybe he’s not missing for a reason. Maybe there’s someone out there that knows exactly where he is. Maybe they’re watching him.

NICOLE
You mean like little green men?

STEPHEN [laughs]
No, no, but you know. . .all of this is so crazy. It just kinda makes you wonder.

Outside Front of the House

[In his security company car, Tom calls someone on his cell phone.]

MAN ON PHONE
Yes?

TOM
We got a problem. He’s starting to remember.

[He hangs up and looks back towards the house.]

The Living Room
[The kids are all gathered in the living room. Lori drops three games on the coffee table in front of Declan.]

DECLAN
Board games?

LORI
Well, anything’s better than sitting around dodging real conversation.

JOSH
You went in my room?

LORI
Get over it.

DECLAN
Mystic Vision? I don’t think so. [puts the game aside]

JOSH [grabbing the box]
Yeah, we don’t wanna play that.

KYLE
What is it?

AMANDA
It’s a ouija board.

LORI
You ask it questions and supposedly the spirits spell out answers.

DECLAN
When in reality, it’s usually some idiot moving the pointer around.

LORI
Well, we should do something. This rain is not letting up any time soon.

DECLAN [looking at Kyle]
Well, actually it’s letting up in 32 minutes according to KZRE weather over there.

KYLE
Not anymore. The wind shifted.

DECLAN
I bet it did.

KYLE
Let’s play.

JOSH
It’s totally fake, Kyle.

KYLE
I don’t care.

JOSH [Amanda reaches for the Mystic Vision, but Josh grabs it away from her.]

No! Seriously, find another game.

[He gets up to leave with the game]

LORI
Josh --

[She grabs for the game too, but knocks off the cover and Playpen magazines fall out all over the floor.]

Looks like the spirits are total pervs.

[Everyone but Kyle starts laughing. Josh reaches down and tosses the magazines aside, but Kyle reaches down and picks up the ouija board.]

DECLAN
One word, dude – internet.

KYLE [examining the ouija board]
How do we start?

TOM FOSS’S APARTMENT

[Sitting in front of his computer screens, Tom is watching a tape of earlier that morning when Kyle is opening his window for someone standing outside in the rain. His phone rings.]

TOM
Yeah.

MAN ON PHONE
I’m hoping you have a plan.

[Tom is watching the person climbing into the bedroom through the window.]

You still there?

TOM
Yeah, I think I know how to stop the family from asking any more questions.

MAN ON PHONE
Good. Because if his memories get any clearer, the family’s going to become a problem.

TOM [zooms in on Declan’s face and freezes the picture]
I’ll take care of it. [hangs up]


BACK IN THE LIVING ROOM
[The kids are all sitting around the ouija board set up on the coffee table. For atmosphere, Lori lights a couple of candles.]

LORI
Okay, I’ll go first. [they all put their fingers on the pointer]
Who is the biggest queen bee bitch at Beachwood High?

[the pointer starts moving]
L?. . .O. . .R. . .Josh!

[She smacks him on the arm.]

JOSH
What can I say? The spirits speak the truth.

Okay, my turn. How badly am I going to destroy Declan’s high score once the electricity comes back on?

DECLAN
No spirit can help you with that, junior.

KYLE
Can I go next?

JOSH
Knock yourself out.

KYLE
When’s my birthday?

LORI
Kyle, you know this is just a game?

DECLAN
For 12 year olds.

JOSH
Hey, if anyone can get a ouija board to work, it’s him. Just concentrate, Kyle.

[Kyle looks very serious. He closes his eyes and waits. Nothing happens at first.]

AMANDA
I don’t. . .I don’t think. . .

[Suddenly, the pointer starts moving on the board]

DECLAN
Who’s moving the pointer?

JOSH [calling out numbers from the board]
7. . .8. . .1. . .2. . .

LORI [takes her fingers off; so does everyone else]
Ooh, I’m getting freaked out.

JOSH
2. . .7.

KYLE [the pointer stops moving; Josh gets his little notebook out of his back pocket.]

781227. What does it mean?

JOSH [writing in his notebook]
781227.

LORI
You had to have been pushing.

JOSH
Spelling out your alien birthday?

KYLE
I wasn’t.

LORI
You don’t think you were.

KYLE
I wasn’t.

AMANDA [looking at Josh’s notebook]
What is that?

JOSH
A Kyle file. I’ve documented every out-of-the-ordinary event and unusual behavior ever since we got him.

[writing] “Made…contact…with…spirit…world.”

[Kyle is frowning and tries to look over at the notebook.]

Whoa, buddy. This is classified.

DECLAN
This is ridiculous. He’s not an alien. He’s not even a good weatherman. The rain? It stopped.

Outside Front of the House

[The kids come down the steps in front of the house, Kyle leading the way.]

KYLE
This doesn’t make any sense.

DECLAN
Neither do any of the Chicken Little conspiracy theories Josh has been spouting. You guys seriously buying any of this? Kyle isn’t supernatural. He’s just some kid with no memory and annoyingly accurate knowledge of the encyclopedia.

JOSH
You don’t know that.

[Kyle is looking around and up at the sky.]

DECLAN
It’s just a game. There’s no such thing as spirits or ghosts. When you’re dead, you’re dead. Buried, rotting.

LORI
Declan, shut-up.

AMANDA
No, it’s okay.

LORI
No, it’s not okay.

DECLAN
Oh God. Your dad. I’m sorry.

VOICEOVER [walking towards the street]
There was a sudden drop in the barometric pressure. The crackling rise of static electricity in the air and the subtle smell of ozone.

KYLE [turns around and shouts]
Get back inside! Now!

[Everyone starts to move but Declan who just stands there.]

DECLAN
What the hell are you talking about?

KYLE [running, he grabs Declan by the arm and pulls him towards the front door]
Just come on!

[Just as soon as they move out of the way, a lightening bolt strikes and shatters some planters right next to where Declan had been standing.

The kids go back into the house and Kyle shuts the door.]

DECLAN [pointing at Kyle]
That was weird!

NICOLE [coming downstairs]
What was that?

KYLE
Nothing. It was nothing.

[The power returns and the lights come back on inside the house.]

JOSH
Hallelujah. Ready to get your ass kicked?

DECLAN
You wish.

[Josh, Declan and Amanda go back in the living room. Lori heads to the kitchen behind her mother leaving Kyle standing all alone in the foyer.]

The Kitchen
NICOLE [making chocolate frosting for Lori’s cake]
So how’s your day goin’?

LORI
It’s a fiesta.

[eating chocolate frosting out of bowl on the counter]
Kyle channeled a supernatural dimension.

NICOLE
What?

LORI
The ouija board. It spelled out some weird number for him He was totally pushing it.

NICOLE
Well, of course he was, but he may not realize he was doing it. In which case, maybe it’s another memory trying to claw its way out. Did he say he knew what the number meant?

LORI
Of course not, that would be too easy.

NICOLE
Well, I have to talk to him about it.

LORI
He asked it when his birthday was.

NICOLE
Yeah, he’s having a really hard time with that today.

LORI
Everyone’s weird today. Even Declan, who’s usually dependably unweird.

NICOLE
So, um, what’s goin’ on with him?

LORI
I don’t know. He won’t talk to me and I haven’t mastered the art of shrinking like you have.

NICOLE
Well, sometimes the easiest way to get somebody to open up is to just be there for them without judgment when they’re ready to spill.

LORI
Yeah, see, that’s the problem. I live for judgment.

NICOLE
You and Declan definitely seem to be getting closer.

LORI
Yeah, I guess.

NICOLE
I guess ya probably feel that you’re ready for more. Physically, I mean.

LORI [smiles]
Are you shrinking me right now?

NICOLE [smiling and laughing]
Shrinking, moming. . .you know, whatever works.

LORI
Stick to baking; it’s less mortifying.

NICOLE
You know, life can be mortifying sometimes. And trust me, sometimes sex can be, too.

LORI
That’s straying from the usual ‘when two people love each other, they make beautiful magic’ script.

NICOLE
Well that’s true, too. It’s just that it doesn’t always happen that way. Especially if you rush into things.

LORI
You’re right.

NICOLE
I am?

LORI
I’m not ready.

[Lori walks out of the kitchen. Nicole turns around to watch her go and sighs.]

The Living Room
[Josh and Declan are back on the sofa playing a video game. Kyle is behind them at the desk on the computer with Amanda standing over him.]

JOSH
What’d you find?

KYLE
9,734 hits for 781227.

JOSH
Try “781227” and “alien.”

KYLE [gives Josh a look]
That’s not funny.

JOSH
How about “freaky meteorologist?”

AMANDA
Try “781227” and “birthday.”

KYLE [types in search information]
Nothing.

JOSH
Doesn’t matter. I’ve got the whole thing figured out.

KYLE
How?

JOSH [looking over his shoulder]
You sure you can handle it?

[Kyle just gives him a look, so Josh stands up and pulls out his Kyle file.]

My theory is you’re an alien-human hybrid. The meta-geeks who created you put you here to be their lab rat.

[By the expression on his face, Kyle doesn’t think any of this is funny.]

DECLAN
Maybe he’s here to check the climate for its inhabitability.

JOSH
Yeah, that would explain the weather thing.

KYLE [becoming upset]
Stop.

JOSH
Seriously, they’re watching you interact with us humans, taking notes, so they can wipe us out and replace us with a master race of hybrid freaks. Then when they’ve done enough recon, they’ll beam down and take you away.

KYLE [becoming more upset]
Please stop!

AMANDA
Josh, I don’t think you should --

JOSH
No, no, it’s okay. Because here’s the beauty of it. It’s totally out of our hands and there’s nothing we can do to change it. So, you just gotta go with the flow, you know?

KYLE [standing up]
Josh! I don’t wanna hear anymore!

[starts walking towards Josh]
How is this supposed to make me feel?

[snatches the notebook out of Josh’s hand and begins reading it.]

Searches for alien mothership?

Sleeps in a bathtub?

Memorizes the encyclopedia.

Predicts lightening.

This is fun for you. Everyone around here gets a kick out of it, but this notebook? This is the only thing I know about my entire life!

NICOLE [Nicole and Lori have come into the room]
Kyle. . .

JOSH[upset]
Mom, I didn’t --

NICOLE
I need you to go upstairs. Please, all of you.

[They leave and go upstairs. Nicole touches Kyle on the shoulder and he spins around.]

KYLE [shaking the notebook at her]
No, I can’t feel like this anymore! I don’t wanna be this freak in Josh’s notebook. I need to know who I am.

NICOLE
Kyle, I want you to listen to something, okay? [puts her hands on his shoulders]
Come on, sit down.

[leads him over to the sofa and they sit down. She takes the little notebook away from him.]

Just forget about everything else that you’re feeling right now and just listen to the sound of my voice.

[Kyle closes his eyes, but his breathing is still erratic.]

Now, find the rhythm of the other sounds in the room.

Listen to the water dripping off the gutter.

Breathe into that sound.

Let it fill you up.

Let your mind and your heartbeat connect to it.

[Kyle starts calming down. His breathing is slower.]

Good. Good.

[Opening his eyes, he looks at her.]

It’s all gonna be okay.

[Kyle hugs her and she holds him very close.]

[Madacorp commercial here]**

[Upstairs, Lori, Declan, Amanda and Josh have gathered together in the hallway to sit down and wait.]

JOSH [sliding down wall to the floor]
[sighs heavily] I am the scum of the earth.

LORI [stepping over Declan and sitting down]
You’re not scum. Maybe algae.

AMANDA
Nobody knew how much that stuff bugged him.

LORI
Here I am today whining because I’m not psyched about the way my life has turned out. And he’s wishing he could remember the things he regrets.

AMANDA
Maybe I‘m upset about things that have happened to me in the past, but. . .at least I have one, you know? He’s just this total blank.

DECLAN
It doesn’t sound so bad to me today.

JOSH
But it feels bad. Kyle feels bad.

It sucks.

[The doorbell rings and Lori looks towards the stairs.]

The Living Room

STEPHEN [answering the door]
Come in, Tom.

[Nicole and Kyle get up off of the sofa when he comes in. Lori is looking down from the top of the staircase.]

TOM
I’ve, uh, I’ve got some information about your intruder.

[to Nicole] Hi there.

[to Kyle] How ya doin’?

KYLE [looking closely at him]
I know you.

TOM
Well, you probably recognize me from patrolling the neighborhood.

STEPHEN
You said you had some news?

TOM
Yeah. According to the police, there was a hit-and-run in the neighborhood around 2:00 a.m. No one was hurt and it was probably caused by the weather and not reckless driving, but one of the drivers fled the scene, which is a crime, so. . .

[Laura turns and goes back upstairs.]

NICOLE
Why would he be lurking outside our house?

KYLE
Who was lurking outside our house?

STEPHEN
Well, we didn’t wanna worry you, Kyle, but we found some blood on the sill outside your window.

NICOLE
We think that man from your drawing must have actually been at your window.

[Kyle looks like he knows something they don’t.

Upstairs, Lori confronts Declan in the hallway.]

LORI
Hit-and-run?

In my room, now.

DECLAN [going into Lori’s room]
Okay, I panicked. I was on my way home, it was really hard to see, and I skidded and hit another car. I freaked out and drove off. The light, it was on in Kyle’s room and he let me in. I couldn’t go home, my dad would’ve murdered me.

LORI
I don’t get you. Every time I think you’re a good guy, you do something to completely annihilate yourself!

DECLAN
You think I don’t know that? You can’t honestly believe that I don’t recognize I’m a total disaster of a person?

LORI ♫2
I’m sorry. I’m judging. I get mad and that’s what I do. Look, I know we’ve had a lot of back and forth and played a lot of idiot games with each other, but you’ve been a really good friend to me lately, and if you need someone to be that for you – I’m here. That’s what I want you to know.

DECLAN [sighs and sits down on her bed]
What do I do now?

LORI [sits down next to him]
Depends on which guy you wanna be.

DECLAN
I have to turn myself in. I’m so dead.

LORI [puts her hand on his leg]
I’ll visit you at County.

DECLAN
You don’t really think --

LORI
No – you’ll be fine. And it’s the right thing to do, so you can go home and pat yourself on the back for not being totally unredeemable.

DECLAN
This friendship thing might work out okay, huh Trager?

LORI
Sure – McDunaugh.

Kyle’s Room

[Kyle is taking his drawings of the woods off of the bulletin board when Amanda walks in.]

AMANDA
Spring cleaning?

KYLE
I don’t want to be reminded of what I can’t remember.

AMANDA [takes a drawing out of his hand]
See I think you’ve got this all wrong.

[She pins the drawing back up on the bulletin board.]

KYLE
You do?

AMANDA
Yeah, you may not have anything to hold onto right now, but maybe tomorrow there’ll be a new memory, and the day after that another one, and soon you’ll be drowning in them.

KYLE [looks unconvinced, but pins another drawing back up]
Maybe.

AMANDA
But see the rest of us, as we grow up, our memories get dimmer and we try anything we can to stop them from disappearing completely. If you ask me, you got the better deal.

KYLE
Thank you.

AMANDA
For what?

KYLE
For making me feel better. You make me feel like there’s hope.

AMANDA
Everyone needs hope. It’s what gets us through the rough spots.

KYLE
Will you tell me about him?

AMANDA
Who?

KYLE
Your dad.

AMANDA
Sure. But not here.

In here. [gets into the bathtub]
Wallow Central.

[Kyle climbs into the bathtub across from her and she begins to tell him about her father.]

First off, he was nothing like my mother. But she was different around him. I mean, it was impossible not to be. Lighter, happier. [laughs] I remember this one time, he took me to get my ears pierced. . .

Stephen and Nicole’s Bedroom
STEPHEN [coming in and handing Nicole a box]
So. . .Kyle doesn’t have a serial stalker.

NICOLE [wrapping birthday presents]
Or little green men watching over him.

STEPHEN
Mmm. Just a teenage boy afraid to tell his dad what he did.

NICOLE
Yeah. By the way, Lori’s not a virgin anymore.

STEPHEN
You segue to that?

NICOLE
Thought I’d rip the bandage off quickly.

STEPHEN
D, di, did she tell you?

NICOLE
No, of course not, but I was talking to her about not being ready for sex yet, and she agreed with me.

STEPHEN [sits down at end of the bed]
Ah man, I am not ready for this!

It’s Declan. [standing up] That car-wrecking, home-invading --

NICOLE
Stephen!

STEPHEN
I’m gonna kill him.

[Nicole puts her hands on his shoulders and sits him back down again.]

NICOLE
You slept with Shelly Peterson when you weren’t much older than Josh.

STEPHEN
You are not allowed to use something I said after ten tequila shots on our honeymoon against me.

NICOLE
Did it screw you up for life?

STEPHEN
That’s not fair, it’s different for girls. [looks up at her]
Isn’t it?

NICOLE
I think she’s fine. You know, talking to her earlier, there’s something there, like, I don’t know, whatever she’s experienced has made her. . .more together.

[He looks sad, so she rubs his shoulder and sits down on his lap.]

Ah, she’s growing up.

STEPHEN
We don’t have to worry about Josh, do we?

NICOLE
Josh still stashes porn in his board games. [they both laugh] He’s not up to being anywhere close to being sexually active. [kisses his forehead, then suddenly wonders]
Hey, if Declan was the person at the window, who’s the man in Kyle’s drawings?

The Foyer

DECLAN
The police station’s gonna be a party compared to what I got comin’ to me at home.

LORI
Well, here’s one from the Parental Manipulation Handbook – just apologize, cry a little, throw out a few self-loathing comments. He’ll end up trying to make you feel better.

DECLAN
You know what you said earlier about me dupin’ you into having sex?

LORI
No, it’s really not a big deal.

DECLAN
It is. You should know that no matter what Hillary said to get me to push, she made me realize I was about to lose you. That’s why I asked you out. Because I wanted to.

LORI [nodding]♫3
Thank you for that.

DECLAN
It’s a shame it sucked so bad.

LORI [smiles]
Good bye.

[Declan hugs her and they hold each other for a few moments.]

DECLAN
Happy birthday, Lori. [he leaves the house]

The Kitchen

[Nicole is putting birthday candles on Lori’s cake when Kyle walks in.]

NICOLE
How ya’ feelin’?

KYLE
Better.

NICOLE
Lori told me about the number you discovered.

KYLE
781227.

NICOLE
You wanna talk about it?

KYLE
Tomorrow. Can I help?

NICOLE [hands him the candles]
Sure. I’ll go gather everybody. [leaves]

[Josh comes into the kitchen but looks like he’s not sure how to apologize.]

KYLE
I’m not mad at you.

JOSH [laughs in relief]
Thank God. [starts taking candles out of the cake]
Look, if you’re gonna be a part of this family, you gotta understand all the traditions.

[pulls another box of candles out of his pocket and starts putting them on the cake.]

The Dining Room
[Everyone is gathered at the table around the birthday girl. Nicole comes in carrying Lori’s birthday cake glowing with candles.]

NICOLE ♫4
Okay. . .[laughs] Here we go. . .

EVERYONE
1. . .2. . .3. . .

LORI
No, wait, wait! I was thinking, if it’s okay with Kyle – I wanna share my birthday with you. At least until you remember when your real birthday is.

KYLE [smiles at Lori]
Thank you.

LORI
Come here. You can help me blow out the candles and make a wish.

JOSH
He could wish to age better than Lori.

[Kyle sits down next to Lori at the table in front of the cake.]

LORI
Do you know what you’re gonna wish for? Don’t say it out loud or it won’t come true.

[Kyle doesn’t get it]
It’s another birthday tradition. [laughs]

KYLE
That doesn’t make any sense.

LORI
You’re right, screw it. What do you wish for?

KYLE [looks up for a moment at Amanda, then back at Lori]
I think I’ll keep with the tradition.

LORI
Okay, let’s do it.

[Lori and Kyle try to blow out the candles, but they are trick candles and keep relighting. Kyle’s eyes widen watching the candles come back to life.]

Josh! It never gets old, does it? [tweaks his ear]

[Everyone is smiling and laughing. Stephen takes a picture of them together over the birthday cake.]

VOICEOVER
With the flash of the camera, the Tragers gave me the first page of my history. It may not go back as far as Lori’s or Josh’s, but I finally had a beginning.

[Amanda bends down and kisses Kyle on the cheek.]

And then my birthday wish came true. It made me feel like anything…anything, was possible.

The Next Morning 7:45 A.M. - The Kitchen
[Stephen and Nicole are already up and in the kitchen. Stephen is sitting at the counter reading the morning paper and Nicole is pouring him coffee when Kyle comes in and sits down at the counter, too.]

NICOLE [looking over Stephen’s shoulder]
What’s the forecast say?

STEPHEN
Sunny, in the 60’s through Tuesday.

KYLE
Rain.

STEPHEN [looks at Nicole; folds up paper and puts it down]
Damn.

[Looking down at the newspaper, Kyle sees a photograph of a man who looks identical to the one he saw in his nightmare. The headline reads “University Professor Still Missing.” Under the photo is a caption: William Kern, University of Washington, Biochemistry Professor.]

NICOLE
Kyle, what’s wrong?

KYLE [looks up at both of them]
That’s him.

[Stephen reaches for the paper again and he and Nicole both look at the picture – it is the man from Kyle’s drawing.]


POLICE STATION
[Several missing persons posters are tacked onto a bulletin board. One of them is the newspaper photograph of Professor Kern. There is also a notice about Kyle pinned up on the board. Detective Breen is sitting at his desk going over copies of Kyle’s drawings from the woods. He picks up the as yet unidentified key card off his desk and looks at it for a moment before tossing it back down. His intercom beeps.]

WOMAN
Detective, there’s a Nicole Trager on the phone for you.

DETECTIVE BREEN
Put her through.

WOMAN
Yes sir.

DETECTIVE BREEN
Mrs. Trager, what can we do for you?

[The mysterious key card lies on top of the drawings on the Detective’s desk. On the back of it along the magnetic strip is a number: it is 781227.]


THE END


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