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- In the present, Caravaggio wakes Almásy.
- He is still trying to figure out if Almásy is who he thinks he is. He asks if the word "Moose" means anything. Who is he really, Bullwinkle?
- Then for some reason, he asks Almásy what the traditional gift is for a first wedding anniversary. Is it paper?
- This question prompts another patented Almásy flashback.
- Or is this a Caravaggio flashback? In it, Clifton asks a man named Moose what the gift is for a first wedding anniversary—paper or cotton?
- Moose enters… and it's Caravaggio. With thumbs.
- Moose… Caravaggio… Caramoosio confirms the gift is paper.
- Clifton is going to surprise Katharine with a gift, when he sees her getting into a car and going somewhere that is definitely not their place.
- She's going to Almásy's bedroom, of course.
- In bed, Almásy tells Katharine a folk story that turns out to be about him and Katharine.
- She slaps him for being cheeky.
- He tells Katharine he wants to claim one small part of her body— the little nook at the base of her neck. He will call it the Almásy Bosphorous.
- She spends the night in his bed. Her husband is still waiting outside in the car for her to return.
- The next day, she goes shopping with Almásy in the market and they secretly hold hands.
- She returns home, and it doesn't seem like her husband has gotten out of the car yet.
- This isn't going to be good.
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