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: You, uh, you gotta second? Dan Vassar
] Uh oh.
: So, um, did you see Livia at the swingers party? Dan Vassar
: Yeah. Katie Vasser
: What'd you guys do? Dan Vassar
: Talk. Katie Vasser
: You went to a swingers party and all you did was talk? Dan Vassar
: That and watch the Nixon "I am not a crook" speech on the news. It was a rush to see it on the day that it actually happened. Katie Vasser
: Honey, I love that you went to a wife-swapping party and it was Nixon that turned you on.
: I don't wanna do this anymore Liv. Livia Beale
: Yeah, I know. Dan Vassar
: Some higher power wants me to do his dirty work, I wanna know why. Livia Beale
: Good luck with that.
: You travel to the future. Livia Beale
: And you travel to the past. Dan Vassar
: The only time we meet is on business. We were never meant... Livia Beale
: We were never meant to live together in your present. Or mine. We were never meant to be, Dan. Dan Vassar
: We're out of sync. We always were.
: [watching Nixon on TV
] This is incredible. When do I get to track him?
: My life has changed its course and I'm just gonna go with it. Dan Vassar
: Well, sometimes you don't have a choice. Abby Armstrong
: Yeah. What about you? Dan Vassar
: Ah, you know, I'm just trying to get home.
: Okay, Dan, what's going on with the keys? Dan Vassar
: Wait a minute. A key party? Livia Beale
: What's that? Dan Vassar
: I didn't think this actually happened, but... Men swapping wives in the seventies. Livia Beale
: Are you finding that other people are interested in your work? Dan Vassar
: As a matter of fact, yes. Elliot Langley
: Men with guns always wanna control the men with ideas. Dan Vassar
: Is that why you left that think tank? Thurn-Tippit, was it? Elliot Langley
: Yes. The Patriot Act made my research at Thurn accessible to the government. They rationalized that in a time of war, they needed access to anything that could help defeat terrorism. Dan Vassar
: Defeat terrorism? What are you working on? Something the FBI might be interested in? Elliot Langley
: Just don't tell anyone about your book. Even a novelist has to worry about losing intellectual property, hmm?
: William? Dan Vasser
: Sorry? Melissa Waters
: Never mind. I'm supposed to meet somebody. Dan Vasser
: Oh, no problem. Melissa Waters
: You fit the description of the man I'm supposed to meet. Blond, good-looking, great shape. I thought you were him. Dan Vasser
] Okay. Melissa Waters
: The wedding ring should have been the giveaway. Dan Vasser
: Yeah, well, um... extremely married. Melissa Waters
: Any advice on how to make that happen? Dan Vasser
: Be incredibly lucky and meet the right person. Melissa Waters
: You're a big help.
: Tachyons? Are you sure you're not trying to build a time machine? Dan Vasser
: Well, you got me.
: You should stay a little. Maybe he's the one. Melissa Waters
: Spoken like a guy who hasn't been dating for a while. Dan Vasser
: Spoken like a guy who believes life's full of surprises.
: Why am I answering all your questions when you never answer mine? Livia Beale
: 'Cause you're a guy and you can't resist talking about yourself. Dan Vasser
: Katie was with my brother then. I was with you. I was totally with you. Livia Beale
: You don't even seem like Katie's type. Dan Vasser
: What's her type? Livia Beale
: I don't know. Jack's a cop. Edgy, commitment-phobic, a bad boy. You're... Dan Vasser
: I'm a recovering gambling addict who travels through time. I got some edge. You're jealous. Livia Beale
: Of course I am. Wouldn't you be?
: I need a favor. Matthew Tarbell
: Are you looking for more mathematical formulas to help you count cards? Dan Vasser
] I never counted cards. Matthew Tarbell
: Maybe that's why you never won. Dan Vasser
: I had my good days. Uh, I'm doing some research. Matthew Tarbell
: On what? Dan Vasser
: Tachyons. Matthew Tarbell
: Tachyons? Dan Vasser
: Particles that travel faster than the speed of light. Matthew Tarbell
: I'm the, uh, science editor, Dan. I know what tachyons are.
: Okay, job done. We can go now. Livia Beale
: Yeah. Dan Vasser
: Can we ever control it? Livia Beale
: No, I haven't yet, but let me know when you do.
: Are you mad? Dan Vasser
: Yeah. Sorry. I shouldn't have talked like that. Caroline Vasser
: Do you want to know what I do when I'm mad? Dan Vasser
: What? Caroline Vasser
: Sometimes I scream. And sometimes I think of red licorice. Dan Vasser
: [chuckles; smiles
] Red licorice? Caroline Vasser
: See, it works.
: You're looking for something you lost. It's small, but important. Something very small that has changed your world in a very significant way. You're looking in the wrong, place, Dan. It's not where you think it is. Dan Vasser
: What isn't? Georgina Conrad
: You have to find it. Katie Vasser
: Find what? Georgina Conrad
: Good night, Daddy. Dan Vasser
] Who's this? Where's Zack? Katie Vasser
: Who? Dan Vasser
: Zack. Katie Vasser
: What's going on, Dan? Dan Vasser
: Where is our son? Katie Vasser
: What son?
: Listen, we need to figure out what's happening to you, Dan. We need to figure it out so we can fix it. Dan Vasser
: Maybe if I can help Emily, maybe if I help enough people, it'll stop. Maybe. Katie Vasser
: Maybe isn't good enough.
: So, who are we looking for? Dan Vasser
: Uh, Emily. She's probably around 15 now. Foster kid like you were. At least, that's what you told me when we were together. Livia Beale
: That wasn't a lie. Except back then, they called me a slant. That was swell.
: This thing we do, it's not an exact science. Dan Vasser
: Is it even a science? Livia Beale
: It happens. Just like the bumper sticker says.
: What are you gonna do? Dan Vasser
: What she never could. Find the man who did this. Livia Beale
: And what? Put a bullet in his head? Dan Vasser
: Connect him to the crime, alert the cops. I don't know. Livia Beale
: Dan, didn't you learn anything from the earthquake? Dan Vasser
: This is different. Livia Beale
: You showed up at the park because you're supposed to help Emily, not be running with a vendetta. Dan Vasser
: Bennett's gonna kidnap another girl, if he hasn't already. Livia Beale
: Then let it happen. Dan Vasser
: Are you kidding me? Livia Beale
: It's history, Dan. Let it stay that way. You're supposed to be following your... Dan Vasser
: Instincts, right? So, what happens if I don't? Livia Beale
: It never ends well.
: The rules haven't changed much since Einstein. Ultimately Whether it's wormholes or warp drives, time travel requires you to go 186,000 miles per second. Dan Vasser
: The speed of light. Elliot Langley
: That's the rub because, so far, nothing has demonstrated an ability to do that. Dan Vasser
: What about tachyons? Elliot Langley
: Theoretical particles never proven to exist. Dan Vasser
: So, time travel's impossible. Elliot Langley
: No, just not proven. Five hundred years ago, we knew Pluto didn't exist. Five years ago, we knew it was a planet. Now, we know it's not. Did Pluto change? No. Did our understanding of Pluto? Yes.
: Imagine. Uncovering the identity of Dylan McCleen. Katie Vasser
: Sounds like you're enjoying yourself. Dan Vasser
: It has its adrenaline moments, that's all. Katie Vasser
: And the Livia part? Dan Vasser
: No. Katie Vasser
: You're an adrenaline guy, Dan. You liked the action when you were gambling. Maybe you want two women in different time zones. Dan Vasser
: Katie... Katie Vasser
: No, I mean, you know, technically, it wouldn't be cheating if it's in the past. I was sleeping with Jack, maybe you should sleep with Livia back there. Dan Vasser
: So, if I'm with Livia back there, you can start sleeping with Jack here? What, not funny?
Capt. John Richie
: Do you know where we are? Dan Vasser
: I don't know when we are.
: What day is it? Livia Beale
: I don't know. I just got here. You want a new travel tip? Registration tags. It's 1965. Dan Vasser
: Oh, yeah? Kid's on his cell phone. Livia Beale
: Okay, so it's not a perfect system.
: Are you gonna steal Jack's car? Dan Vasser
: If he's still living where I think he's living. And there she is. He looked after it like it was his own baby. I remember he left a spare here once. Livia Beale
: One of those magnet things? That's kind of dumb for a cop. Dan Vasser
: Yeah, we were all dumb once. Here's hoping this is his time. It's not here. What are you doing? Livia Beale
: You know why I still wear hairpins? It's called being prepared. It actually works if you...
] Dan Vasser
: Are you gonna tell me where you learned that? Livia Beale
: No. This is some kind of teen fantasy for you, isn't it? Dan Vasser
: No. Yeah.
: Are you from the future or the past? Dan Vasser
: The future. Steven Kowalchuk
: I knew it. It's the shoes. It's always the shoes.
[Diana recognizes Dan years after he delivers her baby
] Diana Bloom
: I've been looking for you for years. Dan Vasser
: Yeah. Yeah, that was me.
[scene switches to Dan and Diana riding on a streetcar
] Diana Bloom
: I checked with the airline. I ran ads in the paper. Some people claimed to be you, but they were all weirdos. Dan Vasser
: Well, your search is over.
: What happened, Dan? Dan Vasser
: I delivered a baby on a plane. Uh, a pregnant woman flying alone in the '70s. Katie Vasser
: What does that mean? Dan Vasser
: I don't know. The last time, I followed this guy through periods of his life. Maybe I'm gonna follow the mother on hers. Katie Vasser
: Do you think there are other married couples having this conversation right now? Dan Vasser
: Probably not.
: How much money are we talking about? Dan Vasser
: I had over twenty thousand dollars in that drawer, give or take a few. Livia Beale
: You never heard of a bank? Dan Vasser
: It wasn't exactly tax deductible.
: This wasn't exactly my best year. Livia Beale
: I don't know if I ever said it, but... I want you to know, I'm sorry. Dan Vasser
: For what? Livia Beale
: For leaving... for not telling you the truth. Wasn't easy for me either.
: I die, you mourn, she comforts... you and Katie, you don't come together unless Livia and Dan come together first. She filled a vacuum I created. Dan Vassar
: So... you could say your mission was to get us together. Livia Beale
: I'm starting to wonder.
Young Aeden Bennett
: I know that face. Dan Vassar
: What face? Young Aeden Bennett
: The face that my dad makes before he's gonna hit me. Am I right? You wanna hurt me. Dan Vassar
: Do you know why? Young Aeden Bennett
: Why? Dan Vassar
: Because when you grow up, you're gonna try to kill me. Maybe even hurt my family.
: So, were you high when you ran the red light? Is that why you took off? Dan Vasser
: It's not drugs, Katie. If I told you the truth, that I go on these... these trips. Katie Vasser
: Through time. Go ahead. You can say it out loud. Dan Vasser
: See? That's exacltly what I mean. I'd rather people think I'm a crack addict than think I'm crazy. Katie Vasser
: Where'd you trip to this time, Dan? Dan Vasser
: You'd never believe me. Katie Vasser
: Try me. Dan Vasser
: Remember that guy I told you about? His name is Neal Gaines. Now I think I am tracking his life. And I think I just helped him start a family. Katie Vasser
: Well, that's great. How about sticking around here and saving this one?
: Do you regret it? Having a kid? Dan Vasser
: I'd do anything right now to get back to him.
: I'm sorry you had to come all the way down here, but when I traveled back, I was just a few blocks from the paper. Katie Vasser
: "Travel." Is that what we're calling it now? Dan Vasser
: You wanna know the weird part? It felt like I was gone for fifteen minutes, when I got back, it had been three hours. Katie Vasser
: Dan, on my current list of weird, that doesn't even make the top ten.