– Look. Todd and Janelle are dicks but I gotta warn them. Shit. You got a quarter? [phone rings] – Hello? – Janelle, it’s me! – John? – Yeah. Is everything alright,
are you guys okay? – Sure honey, everything’s okay. Are you alright? – Yeah, I’m fine. – John, it’s late. Honey, I was beginning to worry about you. If you hurry home we can
sit down and have dinner together. I’m making beef stew. – Something’s wrong,
she’s never this nice. – John? Where are you? – What the hell is the
goddamn dog barking about? HEY! Shut up, you worthless piece of shit! – If the dog’s really barking… – Thought you had told the kid
to get rid of that fucking mutt. [punches wood] – John. Honey, it’s late.
Please don’t make me worried. – Could it already be there? – Honey, are you okay? [with John’s voice]
I’m right here. I’m fine. – Are you sure?
Are you sure you’re alright? – What’s the dog’s name? – Max. [with John’s voice]
Hey Janelle, what’s wrong with Wolfie? I can hear him barking.
Is he okay? – Wolfie’s fine, honey.
Wolfie’s just fine. Where are you? – Your foster parents are dead. – Woah woah woah,
I need a minute here. You’re telling me that this thing
can imitate anything it touches? – Anything it samples by physical contact. – Get real. Like, it could disguise itself as a… pack of cigarettes? – No. Only an object of equal size. – Well, why don’t it just become a bomb or something to get me? – It can’t form complex machines. Guns and explosives have
chemicals, moving parts. It doesn’t work that way. But it can form solid metal shapes. – Like what? – Knives, and stabbing weapons. [bell rings] [dog barks] [dog snarls] [dog snarls] [dog yelps]