What’s going on? I’m done. What do you mean you’re done? Done with what? What it’s been about
ever since the day you joined that meth ring
investigation, Damian Collins. Oh my god. What has he done now? I know, Amara. Yeah, of course
you know, Titus. You’ve known about
everything for months. No. Not everything. You said, it was one time. I said, I made one mistake. Don’t you dare play word
games with me right now, Amara. You know damn well
what was implied. How many times, Amara? How many times did you crawl
out of his bed and into mine? How many times you compare us? AMARA: No. Titus, it was never like that. I read your text
messages, by the way, all the ones I could stomach. Months and months of “I
love your hands on me.” How about this crowd favorite? AMARA (PHONE): Hey, I miss you. I um– I’m so hard
when I’m with you and I ache when we’re apart. He’s never home. And when he is, it’s
like I’m not even there. All I can think about is
being with you, Damien. I’m thinking about leaving him. Titus, I should’ve
been stronger. But I wouldn’t have turned to
Damien if you had been around, if you had just paid attention.
– Just stop. You do not get the turn
this around on me, Amara. I was working, trying to build
a life for you, me, and Daja, while you were getting it
on with your little partner. Maybe you never stopped. No, Titus. You know that’s not true. I don’t know [MUTED]. AMARA: Listen, Titus, OK? This– this is exactly
what Damian wants, right? So please, please, baby,
don’t let him ruin us, OK? You did that. Every time you laid
down with that [MUTED],, you killed us a little more.
– No. Come on. Titus, come on. Baby, we– we’re
better than this. No. We’re better than Damian. We are. Titus, please.
OK. Don’t go.
– Move. I can fix this. Titus, I can fix this. I know that I can, but if
you walk out that door, then I can’t do
anything about that. Please, Titus. Come on. Don’t walk out on me. Please.