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ding lectures. Fauxlivia snidely says that there are plenty of machines here: "I can befriend a vacuum cleaner," she says. Take it from me: vacuum cleaners are assholes, man. Always happy to smoke your weed but never chip in. You might even say they totally suck. Newton chuckles at how good she is at pretending not to care, and then he lectures her about how when she goes to sleep, her emotions betray her and she questions whether she can pull this off. "Words like 'integrity,' 'self-respect,' -- they haunt you. They form a line that you're unwilling to cross and that will lead to your undoing. But I suppose that's not my problem any more." Fauxlivia doesn't have a response other than to slide the opening shut, and walking back down the hall.

In a bar somewhere, a television screen is showing The Invisible Boy featuring Robby the Robot. He's just started a new beer, when he gets a text message from Fauxlivia: "Just finished briefing Broyles. Can you come over? We need to talk." Is she putting two spaces at the end of her text sentences? What is this, the '50s?

Over at the prison, Newton has a good look at the tab before he puts it in his mouth.

And Peter knocks on 2A. Inside, Fauxlivia pastes on a smile before answering the door. "I lied to you," she tells him. "About what?" he says, and she pulls him inside. "I don't wanna talk," she says, and the two of them start doing it right there, while Newton convulses in his cell and falls to the floor.

Peter and Fauxlivia make out. Newton dies with a smile on his face, lying in a pool of mercury on the cell floor.

Peter and Fauxlivia disrobe and get down to business on the bed, Fauxlivia on top. Naturally.

Daniel is a writer in Newfoundland with a wife and a daughter who have never seen Blade Runner. Follow him on Twitter (@DanMacEachern) or email him at danieljdaniel[at]gmail.com.

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