With Apollo gone and Steve recovering from his near death experience, Suzy and Henry attempt to return to a reasonably normal life. However, this desire for peace and quiet is soon lost when a new cab to 'the other side' appears outside the Elysian.
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Linda: I don't think your sister needs her teeth checked.
Suzy: That's a rather presumptuous conclusion, Linda.
Jonquil: The nurse is right.
Linda: I'm going to leave you two alone. And I'm actually a dental technician.
Jonquil: Sure. If you need that title, take it.
Henry: Suzy. I've just spent the last four hours watching Rita defrost her fridge. If I wasn't already dead I'd kill myself.
Henry: Alright. Let's get this straight. Reincarnation.
Suzy: If you come back as a little dog, you'll yap twice when I say your name.
Henry: Right. And if I don't get a choice of animal?
Suzy: Just bite me.
Henry: Alright. Then you'll know.
Henry: Nice. Kay. And if I'm no longer a ghost, but in some other...
Suzy: Spirit form. You'll...leave my wardrobe door open.
Henry: Can I leave your wardrobe door open just all the time or?
Suzy: Whenever you can. I always close it, so if it's open... I'll know it's has to be you.
Henry: Oh. Hey, come on. Stop that.
Suzy: I'm a bit drunk.
Henry: Let's go dream.
Suzy: Why did you come back?
Henry: 'Cause I didn't want to be anywhere else.
Henry: What the fuck are we doing?
Suzy: We're walking somewhere.
Henry: Suz, we're walking nowhere. You and me, we're going nowhere. Wake up. Fucking wake up.
Suzy: Henry, your words from all that time ago...
Henry: Suz, the taxi's still there.
Henry: No? What's that mean?
Suzy: There has to be a reason for all this. You-You gave me this. You gave this to me.
Henry: Why does there have to be a reason?
Suzy: I want to find out. I want to go back there.
Suzy: Verity, sweetheart, don't get into all those trendy diets that make you want to graze. Don't eat between meals. An apple or a Mars Bar, it's all the same to your mouth. It's acid. Just eat it quickly, don't savour it. And don't eat fruit after seven. And make sure you get a good Podiatrist. And wear a hat. And wear bright colours on rainy days. And never buy a two door car.
Suzy: Henry, what if it's for me?
Henry: You can't even fucking see it.
Suzy: I'm not dead. Yet. What if I'm going to die?
Henry: Oh, f--
Suzy: And that is why you are here. You are like my...my orderly. Who has been sent from beyond to escort me to the...next place.
Henry: That is-- actually, that makes quite a lot of sense.
Suzy: I can't breathe.
Henry: Right, I'm going to go find Joan. Stick her in this fucking taxi.
Henry: I stumble. I fall. I scream to the world "leave me alone." And now I am. There's no one. I'm a faceless man, invisible to all that knew me. There has to be something more. And yet some small voice shouts loud, "Don't give up. Don't give up."
Suzy: Last night. I gave you a beer and you hugged me. It was so normal and real.
Henry: I know. I'm sorry, Suz.
Suzy: Oh. We'll close for the rest of the day. I'll call the patients, kay? We did everything we could.
Linda :She's dead.
Suzy: Yes. Yes, she died. But you did your job perfectly and that is all that can ever be expected of you. Linda, I cannot think of anyone that I would rather have clear my airways.
Suzy: You know my patient?
Henry: The one with the teeth?
Suzy: Well, they all have teeth.
Suzy: She died.
Henry: What? When?
Suzy: About an hour ago. She had a Cardiac arrest. In the chair.
Suzy: I beg your pardon? She may have had awful teeth but she was-
Henry: No, no, no, no, no, Suz. The cab, it must be for Joan.
Suzy: What? What cab?
Suzy: Oh my God. Oh my God. Please don't tell me I'm dead.
Henry: Don't be ridiculous. You're not dead, you're halfway through a bowl of cereal.
Suzy: Henry Mallet.
Henry: That's me.
Suzy: I love you.
Verity: What? She's not insane. She just...has a cold.
Elvis: Weird cold.
Henry: Dear God, what am I doing to your lives?
Rita: Why would you keep this rubbish all these years?
Henry: Rita no! Fuck me.
Rita: What are you doing?
Suzy: You can't burn this.
Rita: Why not?
Suzy: You just can't.
Henry: It doesn't belong to you, Rita.
Rita: What are you talking about?
Suzy: It's... got to be recycled. That is what's wrong with your generation. You screwed up the planet with your burning fossils fuels and your carbon emissions and you left us with a planet in crisis.
Suzy: Well not anymore. I'm sorry but the days of the 'backyard burn-off' are well and truly over.
Rita: Thank you. I've decided not to burn it after all. Thank you.
Suzy: I tried... Planet Earth. Yes, I tried.
Rita: Thank you, dear. I'll keep that in mind.
Henry: Thanks. You tried.
Henry: Oh thank God.
Suzy: Cab's gone?
Henry: No still here. Listen. Rita has got a box of my stuff. My stuff. From-when-I-was-alive stuff.
Suzy: Where did she get it from?
Henry: In the back of her fucking wardrobe.
Steve: I saw him, Suz.
Steve: He knew my name. He called me Steve, not Steven. Like he knew me. Like we were mates.
Suzy: Steve, I don't know what you're talking about.
Steve: I have seen things. Things that other mortals don't usually get to see.
Suzy: Henry. Oh, I can't believe it. Who are all these people? Where have you been?
Henry: Sorry, I didn't understand a word you just said.
Suzy: Henry. Oh no.
Henry: Is that my name? Do you know me?
Suzy: Oh! You bastard.
Henry: Got ya. Unbelievable. Suz, you're not going to believe. It was incredible.
Henry: This is so fucked. This is the most fucked up thing in the history of fucked up things. And that's a long fucking history. Come on, please. Stop. I can't bear seeing you in this pain. It's ripping me apart, Suz.
Suzy: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Henry: Suz, you're not dying.
Suzy: Oh God. Feels like I am.
Henry: ...I'm gonna go.
Henry: I'm gonna get in the taxi. Let it take me where I'm s'pose to go.
Henry: It's not gonna go away. It's just gonna sit there until I do get in. I've started hearing its horns in my fucking head.
Suzy: What will I do? What will I do without you?
Henry: You'll have a normal life. Your kids will have a normal mum back. Your patients will get a normal dentist. And you'll. You'll--You'll meet...Suz, you'll meet a normal man. Who can make you a cup of tea when you're sick. And hold you when your fucking crying.
Suzy: Stay one more night.
Suzy: One more night.
"One Life Away" by Matthew Ward
"Another Day in the Sun" by The Moffs
In keeping with the show's thematic episode titles, this episode, If You Leave Me Can I Come Too? is an allusion to the 1981 single of the same name by Australian band Mental as Anything.
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