AYou know, Taylor's been in the hospital for a couple of days.
BAnd I'm the one who put him there with my football moves.
ABut you're not to blame for them keeping him there.
BYeah, what was all that stuff about running tests about anyway?
AI'm not sure, but we can find out. I bought some crosswords to keep him busy.
BGreat, then let's go visit him. I want to give him some flowers, too, to say sorry.
AI don't know what to say. This can't be happening. Here's the obituary.
BIt's really there? This all seems so surreal-like it's all one big nightmare.
ABut it explains why Taylor isn't answering and Femi took time off from work.
BPoor Femi. Taylor's death must have made her realize that she still cared for him.
AThis says the viewing is at Myers Funeral Home today until five.
BIt's already half past four. We should go and pay our respects. Taylor's family will be there.
AI'm sorry, ladies. Mr. Smith's viewing is over. It ended an hour ago.
BBut we just drove across town. Can't we just go in to see him one last...
AI'm afraid not. But at tomorrow's funeral, the family requested an open casket service.
BThis is all too fast. He's my best friend, and now he's gone.
AI'm sorry. I know it must have come as a great shock.
BThe viewing was for saying goodbye, and I didn't even get that.