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Do you have a toilet that I could use
You need to sign for it. - Need to what
Sign for it.
No, it's hardly like I want to buy it.
Yeah, well, toilet's in a building out the back.
So most people, they take the key, they walk out,
and then they forget to bring it back.
And then they drive God knows where with it, so...
Okay, so how does signing for it actually help
'Cause I could still sign for it
and then still take the key away and forget.
Out the front, around the back.
[man singing along] - She got Bette Davis eyes
And she'll tease you, she'll unease you
All the better just to please you
She's precocious, and she knows just what it
Takes to make a pro blush
She got Greta Garbo standoff sighs
She's got Bette Davis eyes
She'll let you take her home
You were in a car crash. You're okay.
Is there anyone we can call
Cops couldn't find any ID or phone in the wreckage.
Parent, partner, friend
It's a lot to take in, I know.
Let's start with your name.
What's your name
Sir, can you tell me your name
The MRI takes about 15 minutes, and it's loud.
A lot of buzzing, lot of clicking.
Stay still as you can, okay
Yeah. - You like some music on
I got my phone hooked up here.
No, I'm fine.
Wait. "If I Didn't Care."
Sorry. Is that an album or a song
I--I don't know.
Okay, top hit, it's a song.
Band called The Ink Spots. That the one
I don't know.
Want me to play it
If I didn't care
More than words can say
Is this him
Hey. How you goin'
I'm--I'm a probationary constable
with the Cooper Springs Police Department.
Helen Chambers. Here to take a statement.
Telling the truth,
it's my first proper investigation.
Although it's not technically my investigation
'cause most of my experience has been in traffic.
Uh, anyroad... [chuckles]
Can I get your name, date of birth, and home address
I have no idea.
Huh - I don't remember anything.
About--about the accident - About anything.
Um, so you wouldn't be able to tell me
how you came off the road there - No.
And I guess you wouldn't be able
to tell me where you were going.
So I suppose you-- you couldn't tell me
if there are any friends or family that I can--
Nope. - Yeah, right.
So just to clarify then, like, nothing
No, I keep telling myself
to just try and remember, you know
But it's--it's like trying to make yourself fly.
No--no matter-- no matter how much you think
you're gonna be able to do it, you still just end up
a bloody bag of bones and shit and fuckin' intestines.
[clears throat] Okay, so what do we know
Um, you know you were in a car accident, right
Yeah. - Yeah, so...
Sorry to interrupt. We finally tracked these down.
They're the clothes you had on when we picked you up.
Thank you. - Thanks.
We don't know how your car came off the road,
and local cops didn't find anything at the scene,
but I've asked them to take another look just in case.
And aside from that,
we know that your plates were registered to a Jessica Smith.
She remembers you buying it in cash a week or so ago.
It was in person, right off the street.
So, I mean, she's no use.
What is it
You know this place
It's--it's a little town about 50k north of here.
Is it ringing any bells
You know, it's tomorrow.
Well, 25th today, so whoever you're meeting,
Unless it's from last month.
Or could be next month, yeah.
Well, could be any month, come to think of it.
Most likely not, though, 'cause when I saw that just now,
I thought, "That is a meeting
that is most definitely tomorrow."
You know what
I can send someone up there to check it out.
You can just--you know, you can say it.
[chuckles] What's that now
Whatever it is you're thinking but too scared to say.
You can see how this looks, right
A bloke driving through the middle of the outback
with no phone, no wallet, no memory,
and all that remains is a piece of paper.
So you're saying I'm lying
No, no, no, no.
I can't imagine how that feels.
I--I find it hard when I forget to take the bins out, so...
Okay. Um, can I take your photograph
It--I can get it out there to the ABF and the AFP,
and we'll figure it out.
Yeah. - Okay.
Just get in.
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