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: I wasted the best years of my life on you. Stuart
: Those were your best years?
: Maybe the reason I was your guy was so I could help you find your guy.
: Theoretically, if you go to the past in the future, then your future lies in the past. This is a picture of you in the future - in the past.
[Talking on the phone
: Are you sitting down? Kate
] Yes. Stuart
: No, you're not. Kate
: Yes, I am. Stuart
: No, you're not. Kate
[Kate sits down in chair with a thud
: Okay. Stuart
: I found it. Kate
: What did you find? Stuart
: The portal. A crack in the fabric of time. It was over the East River, Kate, just where I said it would be. Kate
: You found the portal? Stuart
: A portal into April 28th, 1876. I jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge and took a walk in 1876 today. I followed the Duke of Albany around old New York. Are you listening? Kate
: Avidly. Stuart
: This here's the twist, Kate. Here's the kicker. Kate
: What's the kicker? Stuart
] He followed me home.
: You of all people should understand, you're a scientist. I mean, you invented the elevator. Leopold
: What is an elevator? What are you talking... Where the hell am I? Stuart
: I told you, you haven't actually gone anywhere, you're still in New York. Leopold
: That sir, is not New York! Kate
: I'm afraid it is!
: It is no more crazy than a dog finding a rainbow. Dogs are colourblind, Gretchen. They don't see colour. Just like we don't see time. We can feel it, we can feel it passing, but we can't see it. It's just like a blur. It's like we're riding in a supersonic train and the world is just blowing by, but imagine if we could stop that train, eh, Gretchen? Imagine if we could stop that train, get out, look around, and see time for what it really is? A universe, a world, a thing as unimaginable as colour to a dog, and as real, as tangible as that chair you're sitting in. Now if we could see it like that, really look at it, then maybe we could see the flaws as well as the form. And that's it; it's that simple. That's all I discovered. I'm just a... a guy who saw a crack in a chair that no one else could see. I'm that dog who saw a rainbow, only none of the other dogs believed me. Gretchen
: I believe you.
: Women have changed since your time, Leo. They've become dangerous!
: Stuart, Can you tell me in short, complete sentences featuring no words over two syllables why exactly I am in these pictures? Stuart
: Probably not. Kate
: My palm pilot! You still have it. Stuart
: Kate, it's one in the morning. Kate
: And clearly, you're awake, so what is the infraction?
: All this time I thought that I had pretxeled fate and that it had to be untwisted, but what I had never considered is that the whole thing *is* a pretzel. A beautiful 4D pretzel of kismetic inevitability.