My Baby Is Gone! (2017)

Get up.
You! Get away from me or I swear
I'll tell everyone what I know.
Not part of the plan.
I'm going to be a mother.
A really good mother.
You will be an awful mother!
Nobody's even come
looking for you.
Nobody cares if
you're alive or dead!
If you're gonna
kill me, just do it!
What a good idea!
So who're you dating now?
Uh, do you remember Rob?
Bartender Rob?
Again, yeah.
I thought that was like,
after what he did...
I know, but he's just so hot.
This is so good.
Did you know women
who eat chocolate
have babies that
smile more often?
Oh, I've been on it.
Trust me, I have been on it.
My baby is smiling so hard
from the chocolate
that her face hurts.
To our little baby Jillian.
To Jillian.
So how are your checkups?
I have another one today,
but at the last one
the doctor said
everything looks perfect.
Perfect is good.
We like perfect.
We do, it's just...
it's hard not to think
about what happened
last time and not be scared.
I know, sweetie.
Oh wait! I
almost forgot.
You have two baby shower
themes to choose from.
Butterflies? Or...
construction equipment!
You do know she's a girl?
Yes, but I know my goddaughter
won't conform to gender norms.
Butterflies it is.
Moms are boring, apparently.
Hey Emily.
You're up.
Hospital pre-registration.
Better to fill this out now,
otherwise you'll be trying
to remember your
social security number
while you're
having contractions.
Not fun.
It's just the normal stats.
Contacts, doctor's name.
This isn't your first pregnancy.
I didn't mean that.
That's not what I meant,
I know it's not.
It's okay, it's fine.
Is the doctor ready for me?
Yes, room 1.
Pam, you idiot!
Hey Pete, it's me.
I'm in the exam room.
I guess you're not gonna
make it to the appointment.
How you doing?
How's that baby moving?
She has a future as a Rockette.
Well, let's take a listen.
142 beats a minute.
It's perfect.
And how about you?
How are you doing?
Keeping up with your
antidepressants and prenatals?
Yes, I am.
What is it?
I've been exercising.
I've been taking
all of my pills.
I've been reading
blog after blog
about prenatal health and...
You need to give
yourself a break, okay?
Pregnancy after losing a
baby is traumatic. Always.
You gotta trust in yourself.
Your body is
nourishing your baby
just as it should and
everything is perfect.
Hey! Stop worrying.
Kep taking your meds.
All right?
See you soon.
Okay, I need you to push hard.
Push! Push! Push!
[Life support machine beeping]
Em, I'm home!
There you are.
How are my two favorite girls?
I got these for you.
I'm so sorry.
It was a total client nightmare.
Calling him the client from hell
would be accurate
but unfair to hell.
I really am sorry.
I promise I'll be by your
side from here on out.
It's okay.
I've been thinking...
maybe I should
cancel my baby shower.
I just feel like people
are gonna be annoyed
that they already got me a gift
and they'll be
whispering behind my back
and treating me like a
delicate porcelain doll.
Okay, but having a baby
shower won't jinx anything.
And neither will
decorating the baby's room.
Baby Jillian is gonna
need blankets and booties.
Little pink frilly dresses.
And your friends are desperate
to buy you that stuff.
It sounds like a win-win.
You're right.
Oh my gosh, for once
you're right, Pete.
You know someone's moving
into old Lady Johnson's house?
Did she die?
We can only hope.
You want to take a look?
Let's do it.
How come I've never
seen a for sale sign?
No way!
She's like eight months along.
We should go
introduce ourselves.
No, not me.
You and your ice breaker.
Hi! My name's Emily.
My husband Peter and I live
right across the street.
Oh my god, you are just
as pregnant as I am!
That's so cool.
I'm Kelly.
Hi! I brought cookies.
Here, come on.
Come in.
You look so familiar.
So do you.
Wait, did you
go to Dr. Rodman?
Yeah, I did.
Awhile ago.
That's such a small world.
I haven't seen you there lately.
Yeah no, my husband always
really wanted a hospital birth,
I wanted something
more holistic.
I'm actually training
for a home birth.
Yeah, I transferred
to a birthing center
right after the divorce.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Oh, no no no.
Don't be.
This happened
afterwards. In vitro.
Two years of treatments.
It's my miracle baby.
My marriage may have ended
but there is no way in hell
that I was not
going to be a mother.
Good for you.
I'll be right back.
Umm, there should be teaspoons
in the box just behind
you, to your left.
I see you found my kit.
My midwife, she wants me to be
prepared for every situation.
Have a birthing plan
and a backup plan.
Know the nearest hospital is.
You know, all that.
Just in case.
You're brave.
Our bodies are made to do this.
Do you have any other kids?
Well, no this is my first child.
I'm sorry.
Did I hit a nerve?
No - it's not your fault.
It's just that my first
pregnancy ended in stillbirth.
His name was Samuel.
I'm so sorry.
It's okay.
No. No it's not.
That's your baby.
I don't know how you're being
so strong, I would be a wreck.
The truth is I
am kind of a wreck.
If ever you need anything...
Thank you.
Let's take a picture.
I mean, we're belly buddies now.
We have to look
out for each other.
That's a great idea.
Text that to me?
Put in your number.
It's cute.
Oh nice, you started dinner!
It's the least I could do.
So, how was it?
I like her.
Did you know she's having
that baby all on her own?
No man involved.
Who needs men?
That's what I was thinking.
Nothing, I'm just glad
you made a new friend.
I love you.
I love you.
[Door knocking]
Whatever it is, I hope
it isn't catching.
Susan, this is Kelly.
Kelly, Susan.
We're here to help.
Really? You are a lifesaver.
Here, come on in.
Oh man, it still smells
like creepy old lady Johnson.
What a piece of work, right?
What a bitch.
She was my aunt.
But umm... she was
a great neighbor.
Yeah, the best.
No no. I know Aunt
Sheila was really mean.
But she and my mom
were really close,
so when she died,
she left the house
and the car and
all the furniture.
I thought this would be
a really great fresh start
for me and my baby.
So where should we start?
Well those boxes can
go out to the garage.
But please nobody
open the basement door.
My cat is not
adjusting very well.
She's kind of a psycho.
She even scratched me.
Oh, I love cats.
Ow, ow!
You okay?
I don't know, I just felt a
sharp stabbing pain right here.
Oh God...
Hey, Emily. You're okay. Your
baby is okay.
You're just having a little bit
of a contraction, all right?
So, breathe in
through your nose.
One, two, three...
Look, maybe we should call 911.
She just needs to breathe.
Emily, stay with me.
Breath out through your mouth.
One, two, three, four, five.
Em, you okay?
She's fine.
Yeah, that feels better.
Thank you so much.
You're welcome.
I want to invite Kelly
to the baby shower.
The invitations have
already been sent out.
Don't you think she's nice?
Yeah, sure she's
nice. Super nice.
You know how I feel about nice.
I will never let
her replace you.
No one could replace me, ever.
That's, that's very true.
To best friends. They know
the worst of each other.
But refuse to believe it.
Wakey, wakey Mrs. Johnson.
Get away from me
or I swear I will...
What? Scratch me again?
Eat your dinner.
It's gonna get cold soon.
If you're going to
kill me, just do it.
I hope you lose your baby.
How sweet.
[Doorbell ringing]
My mother always said
never bring back a plate
without something sweet on it.
Thank you.
You okay?
Oh, yeah I've just...
I've been writing for hours.
I could use a break.
Are you sure?
Come on in.
So you're a writer?
Yeah, I used to work with
Peter and Susan at the firm,
but I always wanted
to write non-fiction.
So one day I quit my
job and here we are.
What are you writing?
My story.
Samuel's and mine.
It's a memoir.
That's intense.
To be honest, I'm not
making much progress.
What about you? You
said you work downtown?
Police dispatch.
I used to be.
I took a leave of absence.
So many of our calls had to do
with mistreatment of children
and after I got pregnant,
that was really hard.
So after my aunt died
and I inherited the house,
I took that as a sign that
I was supposed to birth my child
into a calm and
tranquil environment.
That's great.
Good for you.
So, Susan and your
husband work together?
Jones and Moore.
They've been partners
for over five years now.
I used to be a Jones there.
Does it ever bother you,
your husband working with
such a beautiful woman?
I trust him. And she's
my best friend.
Do you have any milk?
Oh of course.
That is a beautiful vase.
Oh yeah. We got it on
our honeymoon in Belize.
Oh my god.
You're bleeding. We've got
to get you to the hospital.
Where are your keys?
Keep breathing
Em I got you, okay?
Oh please be okay.
Oh my god, we
have to call Peter.
Are you contracting?
No, but there was blood.
Don't worry we'll
get you right in.
Is my baby okay?
Can you tell her anything?
Please relax and the doctor
will be with you shortly.
No, I need to know
about my baby now.
You'll have to ask the doctor.
It's okay.
How's the baby?
There was blood, but
they won't tell me anything.
Let's just wait for the doctor.
Just relax.
Hi, I'm Dr. Gardner.
Baby's vitals are good.
But I'd like to do an
exam just to make sure.
That's odd.
There's no sign of blood.
There's no blood.
No, there was blood.
Where are my pants?
We can show them.
Kelly, tell them. You saw
the blood on the chair.
It all happened so fast.
I... I know that I
saw something red,
I can't be sure what it was.
I'll give you guys some privacy.
Well, everything looks good
now. You can go home.
You're sure?
The baby's vitals are great.
There's nothing to worry about.
They said everything's okay.
This is a good thing.
We need you to step outside
to sign some papers.
Okay, I'll be right back.
Oh thank god.
Mr. Jones, I saw in the
case notes that Emily
suffered from depressive
psychosis after
the loss of your baby
three years ago.
But what were her symptoms?
She was irritable.
Hardly ate, didn't drink,
couldn't sleep.
She started having
bizarre thoughts.
She accused me and her best
friend of having an affair.
Dr. Gardner nods.
And then one day
she just disappeared.
Well, with depressive psychosis
recurrence is common.
Especially during
times of stress.
And we don't want
Emily's paranoia
to harm her or the baby.
Paranoia? I don't think...
Mr. Jones, that blood did
not come from her uterus,
if it was even blood.
Then this doesn't make sense.
Everything was going so well.
Self-sabotage is a common
way to manage anxiety.
Look, I'm sure
everything's gonna be fine.
But you need to keep
a close eye on her.
Make sure she's
eating right. Sleeping.
Maybe have her meds adjusted.
Peter! Do you
have a minute?
I'm worried about Emily.
She really freaked out.
I tried to tell her
everything was okay,
but she wouldn't listen.
I just thought that
you should know.
Look, I know that you guys
went through this huge tragedy,
but everything is
different this time.
Emily is healthy and your baby
is healthy and... I'm here.
And I'm going to
do everything I can
to make sure
things stay that way.
Thank you.
Hey, I got you some water.
You hungry? You
want some food?
You know I was thinking,
maybe we ought to
see Dr. Miller again.
You think I'm crazy?
No, just...
it's been awhile since you
had your dose evaluated.
I'm fine.
Please. What happened
at the hospital...
that scared me.
You sounded like last time.
That is not fair.
I know that you think I'm
losing it, but I saw blood!
Mommy loves you.
Rock a bye baby on the treetop,
when the wind blows,
the cradle will rock.
When the bough breaks,
the cradle will fall.
Turn it off!
Mommy loves you.
Turn it off!
You know, I knew
him better than you.
He was inside of me
for nine months.
Alive, moving.
And then he was
just... gone.
You know you're the
strongest woman I know.
And the bravest too.
And at thend of thi,
we'll have a beautiful
baby girl. I promise.
You can't promise that.
Nobody can.
You're right, I
can't promise that.
But I promise that
I'll fight for you
and I'll fight for us.
And if I have to,
I will drag you
to that therapist
because I'm not giving up.
I will never give up.
I'll go.
Thank you.
Hi Susan.
Yeah, I really need to talk.
I think Emily's losing it again
and I don't know what to do.
You must have heard
about what happened.
I'll tell you more at work.
I'll see you tomorrow.
Thank you for helping me.
Oh of course.
Oh you have
something right there.
Hey hon, how was the
Well, it's official.
Still crazy.
You're not crazy.
What did the therapist say?
She said it could be anything
from pregnancy hormones
to stress, anxiety.
Take your pick.
The point is I'm
still losing it.
Well, I should get to
that finance meeting.
I'll come over later for tea.
Well, wine for me.
Tea for you. See you.
Get you a cup of chamomile?
Oh Susan. Hi!
Kelly. We just can't
get rid of you, can we?
I can leave.
Maybe come back later?
No, no. Please.
Enter at your own risk.
Surprise! I wanted to
see how you're feeling.
And I brought you a
little peace offering.
Open it.
It's a Doppler.
So you can listen to
your baby's heartbeat.
You can check on
her whenever you want.
Thank you.
I just want to say
I'm really sorry
that I didn't back you up
better at the hospital.
I was so upset
and I was so scared.
I don't want this to
affect our friendship.
It's okay.
Maybe... I could
go see your nursery?
I just...
I could really use
a little inspiration.
Here it is.
Going for a minimalist feel?
I think you need more
inspiration than I do.
You might be right.
But a baby's room is
for hopes and dreams
and right now I don't
feel safe to be hopeful.
It's okay.
what you need is a fresh
start from top to bottom.
Maybe you should even
consider giving birth
someplace new, like
at home. Like me.
A home birth?
You really want to add more
stress to this Emily's life?
No, no way.
That's not happening!
What? Everybody knows that
home births, they're dangerous.
And I hear you, but...
giving birth at home
is the only place
that you can really let go of
fear and just trust yourself.
This is absurd.
Giving birth should
be this spiritually
transformative experience.
And I can help
you through this, Em.
I'll take real doctors
and real drugs any day.
Okay look, it's a
lovely idea, really.
But Susan is right.
It's not for me, it's too risky.
I totally understand.
To each their own.
Look, I should probably go.
I'm sorry, I didn't
mean to offend you.
You didn't, Kelly.
No no no. It's okay,
I'm gonna see myself out.
What the hell are you doing?
Look this isn't
personal, Sheila.
But your neighbor is having
a baby, and that baby is mine.
I'm going to be a mother.
A really good mother.
You are gonna be
an awful mother.
You're just a nasty bitch.
Nobody has even
come looking for you.
Nobody cares if you're
alive or if you're dead.
Well I'd rather be dead than
look at you for another second!
What a good idea!
Why put off for tomorrow
what you can do today?
I'll take real drugs from
real doctors any day!
Oh you're right Susan!
Home births are dangerous.
[Door knocking]
[Door knocking]
Hey Em, sorry that cat is still
giving me a really hard time.
Um, sorry to bother you.
You just left so quickly,
I wanted to make sure
everything is okay.
Oh, yeah. No, everything's
fine, I just... hot flashes.
Yeah, been there.
Look, I want you to know
I totally admire your decision
to take control of your birth.
But given my history, I really
want access to high-tech care.
I totally understand
and I'm so sorry if I
seemed a little sensitive.
All these hormones are
raging out of control.
Well, I just wanted to
make sure we were good.
We're good.
Great. And I
wanted to see
if you could help me
figure out how to use this.
I would love to, but
can we do it another time?
I'm just headed out.
Oh, yeah sure.
All right, I'll
see you later. Bye.
It's time for some fun.
One easy trick is to
decorate your nursery
in the theme of
your baby shower.
So... what's your theme?
I'm sorry, what?
The theme for your shower.
This baby deserves
something special.
Something unique.
So how about flamingoes?
Coral and aqua, they're
such beautiful colors.
I do like coral.
Okay, then it's settled.
I'm going to go to the store.
I'm going to pick up
stencils and more paint.
Promise you won't
change your mind?
Yes, I won't.
When does Peter
usually come home?
Around 7 or 8.
Nothing. I just can't help
think how jealous I'd be
if my husband spent so much
time with another woman.
And umm...
Nevermind, I'm
sure it's nothing.
Tell me.
I saw them come home
together the other day
when you were at your
doctor's appointment
and I just couldn't help
but notice how cozy they were.
Does Susan always
hang on Peter's arm
when they're together?
I don't know.
Anyways, all that will change
after the baby's born.
It's not like Peter can spend
all his time with Susan.
Even if he is having fun.
[Phone ringing]
Where are you? We have
appointments for pedicures.
You told me you
didn't want to have
skanky feet at your baby shower.
That was today?
Technically, it was
30 minutes ago.
I'm so sorry, Susan.
Kelly and I,
we painted the nursery today
and I completely forgot
about our appointment.
Oh, so you're with Kelly.
Hi Susan.
Uh huh?
What do you think
about if we change
the baby shower from
butterflies to flamingoes.
And whose idea was that?
Kelly said that a
lot of people match
the baby shower
theme to the nursery.
And you know how
much I love coral.
I mean if it's not too late.
No, no. It's your shower.
It should be exactly
how you want it to be.
You're so good to me.
I know.
I hate baby showers.
It's perfect.
[Phone ringing]
My reminder to take my pills.
Em I don't want to
tell you what to do,
but are you sure that you
should be taking those meds?
It's just... psychotropics
can cross the placenta...
I know, but my therapist says
that it's better to maintain a
moderate dose in the long run.
It outweighs the
effects to the baby.
She says in an emergency,
you have to put on
your own oxygen mask
before you can help your child.
This is the same thing.
I'm sure your
therapist is right.
But you have to trust
your own instincts.
Only you know what's best
for you and your baby.
How did I get so lucky?
It's like you moved in
across the street just for me.
I'm no angel.
Well, angel or not,
thank you for everything.
You're welcome.
[Phone ringing]
I know what's best for my baby.
Mommy loves you.
Rock a bye baby on the treetop,
when the wind blows
the cradle will rock.
When the bough breaks,
the cradle will fall.
What do you think?
It's incredible.
I need to get over my fear.
I need to embrace this new baby.
And love her.
And I need to get
ready for her arrival.
You're amazing.
Just gotta promise me
you're not gonna close me out.
No more closed doors.
And I was thinking
maybe you could come home
early once in a while.
I think that sounds great.
Pinky swear?
Double pinky swear.
Look at you hot momma.
You are amazing and sexy.
You are sexy and amazing.
Don't tell me you actually
like this baby bump?
You do like it!
You actually like it.
Oh Em, yes.
Are you kidding me?
Don't you worry, I'll be
back in a couple of hours.
Ride's here!
Wow. Door-to-door service.
Have a good time.
Hey, why don't you
bring your Doppler?
That way your friends can
all hear your baby's heartbeat.
That's a great idea.
I'll see you later.
Have fun.
What's this?
Raspberry Nettle. My midwife
says that it tones the uterus.
It's sweet.
A midwife is never wrong.
How are you?
I'm really good,
how're you doing?
I'm glad you could make it.
Be right back.
You're here!
Come on in.
And welcome.
Oh my gosh, Susan
it looks beautiful.
Wait till you see the
games I've planned.
Kelly, do you mind if
I steal Emily for a sec?
No, of course.
Okay, so what's going
on with the she-wolf?
You mean Kelly?
Yes, Kelly.
I tried to look her
up on social media
and it's like she's invisible.
She doesn't have Instagram,
Twitter, not even Facebook.
Okay, so because
she likes her privacy
that makes her suspicious?
Like it or not, there's
something odd about her.
There's something odd
about you right now.
Are you okay?
Yeah sorry I just
feel a little dizzy.
Can I get a glass of water?
Oh, of course.
Make yourself comfortable.
You look amazing.
My goodness,
you've gotten so big.
I can't take her anywhere.
You're perfect,
absolutely perfect.
Thank you, but if
you don't mind,
please don't touch my belly.
It makes me uncomfortable.
I'm sorry.
It's not your fault.
It's me.
So, how are you feeling?
Any cravings?
Chocolate has been good to me.
I loved being pregnant.
The heartburn, the hemorrhoids,
the varicose veins?
You've never had a baby.
Yeah, but I read
the mommy blogs.
Here you go.
Thank you.
Is everything okay?
I don't know...
I just don't feel right.
Oh, I remember the
vertigo I used to get.
You should have a seat.
Everybody, it's okay!
Hey, what's going on?
She's not kicking.
I haven't felt a
kick in awhile now.
I can't feel anything.
She's probably sleeping.
Enjoy it while you can.
She's not moving.
What's going on? Oh my god,
what's happening?
We are going to
listen to her heartbeat.
Come on, please!
I don't hear anything,
where's her heartbeat?
What is going on?
Not again...
not again...
That's our Jillian.
Excuse me for a minute.
I feel sick.
[Door knocking]
Em, are you okay?
I'm coming in.
I'm sorry.
Please, you're fine.
I guess I should go downstairs
and see my guests, right?
Your only job is to be here
taking care of you
and your baby.
Take a few deep breaths.
I'm gonna go take
care of everything.
You think she's crazy again?
Is everything okay?
Emily's had quite a scare.
I think the party's over.
Did Emily say that?
Yeah, she's asked
everyone to leave.
I think she
really needs to rest.
Can I say goodbye?
I don't think that's
a very good idea.
Well, tell Emily I hope
she makes a quick recovery.
Of course.
Grab a flamingo on the way out.
I'm gonna go sit with Emily.
Do you mind handing
me her purse?
Thank you Susan.
You okay?
I don't even know.
You just sit tight and I'll
get everything set up for you.
That's not necessary.
It's okay to let people
take care of you sometimes.
Thank you.
I have water and chocolate
and I turned down your bed.
What's this?
It's not yours?
I've never seen it before.
Oh my god.
Lemon verbena... this is Susan's perfume.
You were right about Peter.
I'm sure there's an explanation.
I need to be alone.
I understand, but you have
to stay calm for the baby.
I'm gonna make you a
cup of camomile tea,
and then I'll leave, okay?
Okay, I need you to push hard.
He's not breathing.
What's going on?
Can somebody please tell me
what's wrong with my baby?
He's gone.
I knew this pregnancy
was gonna be hard.
I had no idea it
was gonna be this hard.
Just when I thought it
was going to be ok...
another scare.
Yeah... I'm sorry.
We'll be there for Emily.
Whatever she needs.
We can do it.
I need another one.
I'll come with you
and see if Em's up.
Let's go.
Em? You're up?
What happened to you today?
I don't know.
I'm glad you're here, Susan.
I have something of yours.
Where'd you get that?
You think I'm blind?
And you, with your talk of
love and trust and fidelity.
I can't believe I
bought that crap.
My eyes are open.
I heard how you guys come home
in the middle of
the day arm in arm.
And now I find this?
I don't understand.
Stop it, Peter.
I see you, the way
you look at each other.
The way you touch each other.
And I know... I know!
This can't be happening.
Look Emily, everything
is gonna be okay.
Stop trying to handle me, Susan.
I know what you two are doing.
Everybody knows...
After Sammy, you were convinced
I was gonna leave you.
You made these stories of other
women... about Susan.
But they weren't true.
I love you.
I've always loved you.
Isn't that touching?
How about this?
Stop screwing my best friend
and then we'll hug it out later.
I'm sorry.
It's okay.
You know, if you ask me,
I think your neighbor's
been stirring the pot.
I don't think so.
Who else would know that we came
here in the middle of the day?
Well, whatever it is,
thanks for sticking with us.
Thanks for sticking with Emily.
She's my best friend.
I should talk to her alone.
Good night, Susan.
Did you take your meds?
We gotta see Dr. Miller again.
Because I'm speaking the truth?
Because what you're
saying doesn't make any sense.
You think because I was ill,
you can put this on me?
But I know what I've seen.
You spend more time
with her than you do me
and you want me to
think it's innocent.
It is.
Don't... don't!
You've got to calm down.
You want me to calm down?
Then I want you to leave.
I mean it, Peter.
You're stressing me out
and I can't trust you.
It's not good for the baby.
You need to go.
I don't want to upset you.
You know, this
pregnancy has been hard.
My only consolation is that
life can't be that cruel twice.
Maybe we'll get a
chance to start over.
[Phone ringing]
Hey hon, how you doing?
I'm okay.
Are you sure, because
you don't sound very good.
I confronted Peter and
Susan about the affair,
and they denied it.
It's okay, I'm fine.
But I had to kick Peter out.
Oh, Em.
I just wanted to say thank you.
Because it seems like...
you're the only
one who's on my side.
I'll always look out
for you and your baby.
I don't know what I would
do without you right now.
Well luckily, you never
have to find out.
I'll see you tomorrow.
Good night.
Dial Emily Jones.
We're sorry, the
subscriber you have dialed
is not accepting calls
from this number.
You've got to be kidding me.
Dial Emily Jones.
We're sorry, the subscriber
you have dialed
is not accepting calls
from this number.
Time to do this old school.
Open up! Emily!
Open the door!
I need to talk to you!
Hi, sorry to bother you.
Aren't you Mrs.
Johnson's housekeeper?
I am.
Are you working
for her niece now?
Kelly Conway?
The old lady has no
niece - no family at all.
But Kelly is living here.
I don't know who
you're talking about.
Kelly moved in right
after Mrs. Johnson died.
Oh, you didn't know
that she died.
No, I didn't.
I'm so sorry that you
found out like this.
It's all right, she
was a horrible woman.
[Door opening]
Looking for something?
You're going to hurt my baby.
You aren't even pregnant!
No, but I am gonna have a baby.
I'm just growing it in your
ex-best friend right now.
Baby Jillian is almost
ready to meet her new momma.
You're insane!
Because I think that
I'm pretty clever.
Some people are so
desperate for companionship
that they ignore their
intuition, like Emily.
That old lady
was like that, too.
Sheila didn't want
to live any more.
So I just granted her wish.
With you, I'm granting mine.
Told you to mind
your own business.
[Door knocking]
Come on Em, please
answer the door!
Good morning.
What's all this?
Saturday morning scones.
No strings attached.
Don't you have a doctor's
appointment today?
Thanks for checking up
on me like I'm a child.
That's not what I meant.
Do you want me to go with you?
I'm used to going alone.
There's nothing happening
between me and Susan.
I have nothing further
to say to you,
until you admit the affair.
You can go now.
Once again,
everything looks perfect.
How are things at home?
My husband called you?
He did.
We're just going through
some personal problems,
but we will get through them.
I'm fine.
And how's your support system?
Is anyone looking in on you?
To tell you the truth,
I don't know what I'd do
without Kelly Conway.
She's been my rock.
She used to be one
of your patients.
Doesn't ring a bell.
Maybe this will help.
That's Bridget Miller.
At least when she was my
patient, her name was Bridget.
Excuse me.
This must be a mistake.
Kelly Conway.
She's my neighbor and
she's seven months pregnant.
I'm sorry, I can't
say anything more.
Bridget deserves her privacy
just like all my patients.
See you next week?
Make that happen.
Thanks, excuse me.
How's Wednesday at 10 AM?
Yes, it's fine.
See you then.
Emily, I heard you talking
about a patient named Bridget.
Well if its the
Bridget I think it is,
you need to be careful.
A few years ago, she
had a full hysterectomy.
After the surgery, she
came in for follow-ups
and became obsessed with
our pregnant patients.
It made all of us
very uncomfortable.
In the end, Dr. Rodman
had no choice.
He refused to treat her.
She went ballistic and the
police had to remove her.
That sounds horrible.
But... it must be
someone else, because...
my friend is pregnant.
Oh, then I must be mistaken.
Are you there?
Pick up, come on!
This is Em.
Look, I think you
were right about Kelly.
I'm sorry.
I'm really sorry.
Please call me.
[Phone ringing]
What's wrong?
I tripped and I fell down
the basement stairs.
Oh my god, I'll call 911.
No no no don't, it's okay!
It's not that bad.
I just need some
help with the stairs.
I think I should call...
No, please!
Of course, I'll be right there.
Kelly? Where are you?
Emily! I'm around back.
Oh my god, are you okay?
I think so.
Can you move?
Yeah I'm sorry, I
just got so scared.
It's okay.
Thank you for coming.
Of course! I
brought the Doppler.
I thought we should
check on baby first thing.
Yeah okay.
Awake now, are we?
How's our baby?
Moving okay?
Why are you doing this?
You're not...
I'm not.
You want my baby.
And the truth is I don't
think you can appreciate
the amount of planning
that went into this.
This was a lot of work and
just a little bit of luck.
I am exhausted.
Remember the mysterious blood?
The way that I made everybody
think that you were crazy.
Or your baby not moving
at your baby shower?
All of that was me.
And you even believed
that Peter was cheating.
I've got a phone call to make.
Lay down and take a nap.
I know what you're
going through.
Oh my god, oh my god...
Susan, I'm so sorry...
Somebody help me, please!
Somebody help me!
[Phone ringing]
Hey Peter, it's Kelly.
Is everything okay?
Yeah... Emily and I
were supposed to go
for a walk this afternoon
and there's no answer
at the door or on her cell.
I'm worried.
I'll head to the house now.
Call me when you get there.
[Phone ringing]
This is Emily.
Leave a message and
I'll call you back.
[Message beep]
look, I know you're
angry with me,
but Kelly called - she
can't get ahold of you.
I'm worried.
Call me, please.
When was the last
time you saw her?
This morning at the house.
Em and I were supposed to go
for a walk this afternoon.
She's pregnant.
About 8 and a half months along.
Her car is here, but her phone
and her purse are missing.
What about her pills?
I can go check.
The bottle's full.
You have to tell him.
Tell me what?
We had a child die at birth.
After the tragedy,
my wife went missing.
She was gone for three days.
We found her in a park
watching children.
We'll issue an APB once
she's gone 24 hours.
But if she comes home
sooner, give us a call.
You can't do anything now?
We'll keep an
eye out until then.
Thank you.
She could hurt herself,
she could hurt the baby...
All we know right now
is that she's missing.
You found her last time, right?
She'll be okay.
Have faith.
I should really go.
Call me if you need
anything or hear anything.
Yeah, thanks.
Plan B.
Emily back away om the door,
I have a gun!
Please don't hurt my baby.
You mean my baby?
Please don't hurt her.
I would never hurt Jillian.
I love her.
Now you're gonna drink this,
every last drop, and if
you don't I will hurt you.
Do you understand?
Do you understand?
What is it?
A little bit of this,
little of that.
Nothing that's
gonna hurt the baby.
Glug, glug, glug.
Good... just relax.
It's time to go.
I'm so sorry I scared you.
No, it's okay.
I was gonna drive around
the neighborhood,
see what I could see.
I'm going crazy.
I've called her friends.
I visited the hospitals and...
Susan, I haven't reached
Susan in two days.
Well they've been fighting.
What else do I do?
Can I come with you?
What you really need
to do right now
is to go home so that
when Emily gets there,
you're there for her because
she's going to need you.
You're right, Kelly.
Thank you.
I don't know what
we'd do without you.
Emily would do
the same thing for me.
Go back home, I'll call
you if I see anything.
Mommy's coming!
I don't have time for this!
We've got holes to dig,
labor to induce.
[Window knocking]
Looking for these?
Get out.
I can't.
Please, no.
No, it's too early.
I said dig!
Why are you
doing this? Why?
Us being here tonight,
you, me and Jillian.
It's not a coincidence.
I chose you.
Both of you.
We were togtether that night
when you lost your baby
in the hospital.
I came in for a minor surgery.
Everything was just fine until
Dr. Rodman had to leave.
I started to bleed
and I called out for help,
but nobody came.
By the time anyone did, it was
too late and I lost my uterus.
I found out later it's because
they were too preoccupied
with you and your dead baby.
I go back to work
and we get a 911 call.
You had disappeared.
A few days later,
the police found you.
Now I have all of
your information.
And I get to watch you and
Peter rebuild your lives.
So sweet.
You even got pregnant
with little baby Jillian.
My sweet baby girl.
Jillian will never be yours.
It'll start with
the small things.
You'll smile at her
and she won't respond.
You'll got to kiss her
and she'll pull away.
And then she'll tell you,
"I hate you, you're
not my mother, I hate you.
Shut up!
When you look in her eyes,
it'll be me looking back at you.
Shut up! I thought
I said shut up!
Are you going into labor?
911, what's your emergency?
Yes, I need an ambulance.
My water broke.
I'm having a baby.
I'm in Midville Clearing.
We turned down a dirt road.
Please hurry.
Doctor, have you
seen Emily Jones?
Hey dad!
Peter, you're here!
I'm so happy you're here.
I'm sorry about everything.
Please, there's nothing
you need to worry
about right now
except our daughter.
Okay, the baby's crowning.
Emily, get ready to push.
I need you to talk to me.
Okay, what do you
want me to say?
Okay, remember
the time that we met?
At the bar on Collins?
Okay here she comes, ready?
Push, now!
Good, good job.
Breathe now, breathe.
Dad help us out!
Go, we're gonna
push again and... push!
[Baby crying]
Good! Hello,
little girl!
She's perfect!
She's okay?
She's perfect?
Can I open them now?
Stay right there.
Don't open your eyes.
Nope, don't open them.
Okay, open them.
Thank you baby...
Hey baby Susan.
Something my father warned
Came from a life I knew before
He gave it up easy
He ll give up anything I say I need
Long ago and far away
I had something I needed to say
Suffer the fools, that s them
Drink till you drop, then do it again
Let him down easy
It's only me he wants to please
Had a dream I dreamed one day