What is the year of the cat
Yukihime: It's the year of the cat!
Yuri: The year of the cat?
Yukihime: The year of the cat! [looks at Yuri] The year of the cat! The year of the cat! The year of the cat! [looks at Yuri] The year of the...
Yuri: I'm gonna go ask my dad, he knows more than me. [heads for the door]
Yukihime: [notices Yuri headed for the door] Yuri!
Yuri: [turns back] I was just going to ask my dad.
Yukihime: [hands Yuri a paper] Here, this is what I found out.
Yuri: What is it?
Yukihime: It's a special book that was written when Japan was still more of a feudal country. It talks about how people were more honest, and-
Yuri: I can see that.
Yukihime: So, what is it?
Yuri: It's a love letter to a person that's not me. [laughs]
Yukihime: [smiles] The year of the cat. [laughs]
[Scene: The karaoke bar, day]
[Cut to: In the back of the karaoke bar, where the stools are being wiped down by the bar staff]
Cerberus: [on the phone] Yeah, that's right. [looks at a man on the other end of the line] Hey, I've got a customer here who doesn't want to sing. [turns to the man] Do you want to sing?
Old Man: Can we talk about it somewhere?
Cerberus: [sighs, walks away from the man and places the phone back] I can't. I'm sorry.
Old Man: [walks over to Cerberus] So, do you have any jobs for me?
Cerberus: [looks at Old Man] No.
Old Man: [walks away] I see. Well, I guess I'll go get some coffee.
Cerberus: [stares at Old Man as he leaves] Hey, you're not gonna go back to work, are you?
Old Man: I'm sorry.
Cerberus: I'm sorry.
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