Fantastic Four

Well, Victor...
the bank would like to congratulate you...
on the fastest freefall
since the Depression.

We can't even give your stock away.
Ned, you know I can turn this around.
Well, you're going to have to, Victor,
or we pull out.

You have a week.
You're enjoying this, aren't you, Ned?
One week.
Where do we think we're going?
I don't know if we've noticed...
but the sickest runs this side of the Alps
are right outside that window.

Yeah, I've noticed,
but there are rules here.

- You can't leave until we...
- Until we've finish the tests.

I know, I've never been good with rules.
You let me know how those come out.

- Do you wanna help me with this zipper?
- You know, this is not a ski resort.

Not yet. Luckily, Grandma still sends
care packages, though.

You know, it's amazing, for an 80-year-old
woman, you'd be surprised...

- You are trouble.
- Trouble is my middle name.

You're hot!
Why, thank you. So are you.
And I'm not afraid to cry.

No, I mean, you feel a little feverish.
Well, I've never felt better in my life.
My God, you smell good.

Listen, when do you get off work?
- 4:00, but I...
- Tell you what.

You meet me at 4:01
at the top of the mountain.

That'll give you a minute to freshen up.
This is yours, that's mine.

How long was I out?
Three days. Man, I was worried about you.
- How are you feeling?
- Solid.

- That was a close one, though, huh?
- Yeah.

- What was that about?
- I don't know.

I really don't know.
I've been going over the figures
again and again and they all add up.

I just don't understand.
Maybe I should have aborted...

Reed, it was a freak of nature.
You couldn't have possibly predicted it.

Let it go.