VL Christian & Oliver Part 159A – 02.09.13 Christian is back!Jean Kelley September 13, 2019 100 Comments
“It can be over so fast” Christian Mann? Listen, I’m in Germany right now. So don’t call me, okay? I’m sorry, have you seen Charlie? No, I’m sorry. “Message” “Miss you” May I offer you anything? Only my jacket please. Very well. Bella? Come on. Try it again. Are you having a good time? A bit. I’m not surprised that Tristan would have to tell everyone. That’s just the way it is in our family. Does it hurt a lot? Good-bye, Ms. Jacob. Do you want to leave too? Yes. Do you want to share a taxi? Okay, then not. Just great. Shut up! I said for you to shut up! Christian??? No. I’m a police officer. Did you really think I would forget our wedding anniversary? I tried calling you all day. You didn’t answer
your phone. Of course, I… Well, I… … was on duty! Could you uncuff me now? I’ve been needing to go to the toilet the entire time. For the cop. Thank you. Well Olli.. and now… … it’s your turn. Also a cop stunt? I’d say that was enough cop for this year, don’t you think? Yes, I think so too. And now come here. I’ve missed you so much. I still can’t believe you’re actually here. Hello? Tomorrow’s our wedding anniversary. Where else should I be? Well… In the British Moorland,… … diving in the Bahamas, … … in the Highlands. Are you crazy? What else should I think if you never answer your phone. Olli, that was the whole point. And admit it… … my surprise was successful. You underhandedly attacked me and cuffed me to the chair. I…
–Do you realize how scared I was? I dressed up as a cop on purpose so you would
check that I’m one of the good guys. Yeah, yeah… I do remember when Charlie met Helmke… You totally envied her. Ooohhh, does he also wear a uniform? Say, why do you always remember such embarrassing stuff. But you liked it. Well… Come on, you liked it!
–Yes, okay. It was… … pretty nice. Mhmm… You may already want to think of something
exciting for our next meeting. It’ll be hard to beat. Thankfully, there won’t be many more meetings. Soon, you’ll be back for good. I can’t wait for this stupid commuting to be over with. No more endless internet chats. The constant loss of the connection. No Jessica stealing your computer when she needs to buy shoes. Exactly. I just want my normal life back with you. To look forward to waking up with you in the mornings. Knowing you’ll be there when I get home in the evenings or… … you picking me up from work. I didn’t know you had missed it this much. You know me. In my heart of hearts, I’m totally uncool. I love my everyday life… … as long as you’re with me. The examination booklet. The insurance card. Bread? Bread? Do we have bread? Good morning. Hey Ricardo. Did you bring rolls? No. How was the wedding? Great. Morning!
— Christian!!! Ahhhhhh… Christian! Me first! No, I want to. I’ve missed him much more than you! That is not true! Every night, I’ve cried into my pillow. Jeez, it’s okaaaay. Do you want to do this every time now? Yes!
— Yes! Good! How was the night shift? Boring. It’s cool you’re back, dude. I need to get going … sorry… I’ve got an appointment in half an hour with my building engineer. I still can’t believe you’re the boss of the whole thing now. Mhmm… Me neither, believe me. I’ll still see you? Yeah, I’ll still be here for a bit. Ciao.
— Bye guys. Errr… who’s going to get bread now? Well, the one who asks. Nice to see you. Same here. It’s always good to have a doctor in the house, right? Is that the little one? Yeah. Maximilian. Steven Stiehl. Errr… ‘Shteven’. Okay. Hey, little one. Here’s your Uncle Christian. And he desperately needs to add his name to the babysitter list. Just tell me when you have time. I will save us and get some rolls. Nice to be back for a change. Yes, and soon for good. See you in a bit.