(light rain and thunder) Looks like… I got you. You didn’t answer my question about your job. I quit. I could not go on. You’ve had this attitude since school. And you have had THIS attitude since school. What attitude? It’s your turn. How is she? A bit better… …but.. still too soon to tell. You do meet the doctors regularly, right? Her mother hates me. You were with her for years. I’m sure… ..you can still convince her. Like you’re sure about getting a new job? I’m sure enough. I’ve made a very successful career for myself. Unlike you. Without anybody’s help. And I don’t need advice from a nobody. Why do you still come to play chess every year? Our school tradi– You never cared about tradition. (sighs) Anyway… …it’s your turn. (moves a chess piece) That’s mate. You want to go again? No. I’m done. Do you still like badminton? The last person I played it with… …is.. uh.. ..too sick to play it again now. Come on, it’s night time. There’s no traffic on the streets. Let’s go play a game.. ..and then sip on some more coffee. Maybe a better one? You were always the… …sensitive, badminton-loving kid, right? That makes no sense. Come on. We don’t have anywhere to be at in the morning… …do we?