Singers Slaying – 12 Deadly Days Ep 6 (ft. Alexis G. Zall)


[jazzy Christmas music]♪ ♪– Oh. Uh, Morgan, are you listening? – Yes. Sorry. – Okay, uh,
we’re gonna get going. These are
the emergency contacts. And thank you again for filling
in at the last minute. God only knows what happened
to Judalina. – Any time. – Um, I hope we’re not
interfering too much with your, um–
oh, wait. What–what is this here? – AP Physics II:
the language of the universe. – Oh.
You hear that, Stan? Physics II.
– Hmm. – When I was your age,
we just had math. [chuckling] – Things were easy
back in the day. Now you make a mistake, you ruin your life. Wouldn’t want to be you. – I think I’ll be fine. MIT suggests at least three
advanced math classes for all early applicants. I took four. – Oh, well, that’s exciting.
[laughs] Your parents must be very proud. – They will be if I get in. – Well, I think it’s great. Um, so when do you hear? – All I want for Christmas
is a phone call from the 617 area code. – Okay, we are so old. So there’s no more waiting
around for the big envelope? – Well, my old
mathletes captain is doing a work study
in Admissions, so he’s gonna peek. – Hmm. Jules, I think that’s our cue. – Uh, house rules
are on the fridge. Kevin has already had dessert, so if he asks,
no candy. Um, and if you need anything
else, feel free to use the car. We’re gonna walk. – Uh. – Oh, thank you. Are you sure? – This one needs the exercise. Too many Christmas cookies.
– Really? – What if you have to
catch a bad guy? – Flip on the siren,
hit the gas, then he’s running.
[chuckles] – Oh, if all your friends
are this fun, it’s gonna be a great party. – Are you kidding?
Cops love Christmas. Either you’re naughty
or you’re nice and you get treated
accordingly. Ain’t that right, Kevin? You gonna be good tonight? – Yes, sir. – Morality. How’s that for language
of the universe?[lightly edgy music]♪ ♪♪ ♪[train whistle sounding]♪ ♪[light ominous music]♪ ♪[phone chimes] – Hey! – Let me have some. – No. You know the rules. – Judalina lets me. – Judalina kind of
ghosted on you. – Come on, man,
it’s Christmas. – If you keep up like this, I’m gonna have to call
your parents. – Call ’em,
and I’ll get you fired. [phone buzzing] – [gasps] Okay, fine.
You can have one, but you have to leave me alone
for this phone call, okay? – Deal. – Hello? –[distorted] Hello?– Hello? S–I can’t hear you. Can you hear me?
Morg–– I–
Morgan?– Hello?
Noel? –Hello?
Hello? Can you hear me? Hello? Is this any better? –[scratchy] Hello?– I can’t hear you. This– [sighs]
Hello? –Morgan? Can you hear me?– Noel! Did–did you–
did I– did you hear something?
Am I in? – [choking] –I’m really sorry.Wish I had better news.Looks like you’re gonna have to
put up with me
for another three years!Welcome to MIT, beyotch![dramatic music swells]– Yes!
Oh, my God! You are such a dick.
I hate you. You’re amazing!
Thank you so much. Merry Christmas. [sighs]
Oh, yes. I’m in! Kevin, you can have
whatever ca– Kevin?[dark music]Kevin? This isn’t funny, Kevin! Oh, my God. Kevin! Kevin!
Kevin! Kevin! Kevin, wake up! [exhaling sharply] Kevin! Oh, my God. Oh, my God. [phone beeping][line trilling]911. What’s your emergency?♪ ♪911. What’s your emergency?– This is not your fault. This is not your fault.
It was an accident. Accidents happen all the time. It’s just an– [breathlessly]
Just an accident. And it doesn’t matter. It’s not like I gave him– [phone buzzing] –911. What’s–
Sorry. Butt dial. Total butt dial. [ragged breathing]
It’s okay. It’s okay. Ooh, it’s okay.
Accidents happen. It’s gonna be okay.
[doorbell rings] [doorbell ringing insistently][ominous music]♪ ♪– Morgan, honey, it’s us. [doorbell ringing] I thought you left a spare. – She taking a dump
or something? [knocking on door] – Hi. Shh. – Already? – Yeah, he went right down. – Wow.
That never happens. He must love you. – Oh.
[chuckles] I mean, I just started
doing my homework, and you know–
boring. – Huh. Well, we’ll let you
get back at it. Just need to get my keys. – Yes, um, someone decided
it was too far to walk. Girl to girl, his stamina
is not what it used to be. – Oh.
– Morgan! – Shh! – We specifically said no candy. – Oh, no, that was me! I–I love it.
I can’t get enough. – Come on, Stan.
She’s doing a great job. Don’t interrogate her. – All right. But you’re under arrest. – Wha–
[laughs] Are those your keys right there? – Oh. Got ’em. Night, buddy. Wow. I am impressed. He’s out. – Uh-huh.
[laughs] Yeah, super asleep. [chuckles] – Oh, and another thing: don’t let him spend the whole
night like that. It’s bad for his apnea. – Oh. Is apnea dangerous? – It kills people every year. – Oh, don’t be so morbid.
– It’s true. – Super scary.
Bye! [sighing] [breathes deeply] [sniffling] [phone chimes] [sniffles] [crying][dark music]♪ ♪Accidents happen… even to the best of us. I understand that. You understand that. I’m just…
not entirely sure super-cop is gonna
understand that. Let’s get this over with.♪ ♪[gags]♪ ♪[doorbell rings] [carolers humming
“Silent Night”] Not tonight, okay? ♪ ♪ I said not tonight![suspenseful music][carolers continue humming]♪ ♪I said stop! [humming stops][suspenseful music]♪ ♪[breathing heavily]♪ ♪[door creaks] Jeez. No candy;
no wonder. [carolers humming] ♪ ♪[dramatic musical sting]What the hell is your problem? [humming continues] I’m calling the cops! [loud bang] [window slams] [humming continues] [loud bang] [floorboards creaking][suspenseful music][loud banging] [glass shatters][dark music]♪ ♪♪ ♪[curtains flap]♪ ♪[dramatic musical sting][carolers humming] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [door creaks][dramatic musical sting]Shit!
Zach, I said not to come. – Sorry. Sorry.
Your texts were so weird. I got nervous. What’s with the poker? – Did you hear singing? – No. – Did you see any carolers, or– – Where? In there? – No! – What the hell’s going on,
Morgan? – Nothing. – Someone in there? Is it a guy? Is it Hunter?
– No! Listen, it’s not a guy. It’s just these kids. They broke the window,
and I thought maybe they got in.
I don’t know. – Whoa.
Hey. I didn’t mean to– I’m sorry. – I was just doing my homework,
okay. I was paying attention. It’s not like I was goofing off
or anything, and then the phone rang. The stupid freaking phone rang, and it was Noel,
so I answered it– – MIT? What? That’s amazing! Oh, you’re amazing. Why didn’t you tell me? – I– I–
just– I guess I didn’t think something
like that could happen. – [chuckles] You don’t
have to be weird about it. You’re the hardest-working
person I’ve ever met. You’ve earned it. Maybe we should celebrate. – Yes. Uh, how about– – How about I go
find some drinks and bring them up here and find you in there without these. – Perfect. [footsteps descending stairs][dramatic musical sting]♪ ♪Okay.[dark music]♪ ♪[grunting]♪ ♪All right.♪ ♪Jesus.♪ ♪Okay.♪ ♪Good night, Kevin.♪ ♪[breathes deeply] [glass shatters] Zach?[suspenseful music]♪ ♪[ominous music]♪ ♪Zach, please, not tonight. Zach, get up. Get up!♪ ♪[screaming]♪ ♪[screaming] [carolers humming] ♪ ♪ [breathing raggedly] ♪ ♪ [glass crunching] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ Please! [humming stops] What do you want? [humming continues] ♪ ♪[dark music]♪ ♪♪ ♪[carolers humming
“What Child Is This?” ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [humming continues] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪[“What Child Is This” playing
on radio]
♪ ♪ – [sighs] [sighs] Mr. Cooper– Wilbur. Wilbur, can I talk to you
for a second? [sighs]
Okay. Mr. Cooper–
[clears throat] Mr. Cooper. [clears throat] Wilbur, listen, could
I potentially speak with you for a minute…[suspenseful music]In your office? Oh, my God! – [laughs] I’m ready! Are you ready? – Oh, okay, Claire. You–you pace yourself. That’s–that’s good for now. – United Cups Christmas party 2016! Let’s get it on! Come on, girl. Let’s roll! Yoo! Whoo! – Whew. Okay. It’s the last one. You got this, champ. You’re a champ. You’re a champ. Okay. – Party time. – Be careful. [indistinct speech][dark music][“March” from The Nutcracker]♪ ♪

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