Dayton made the call hoping he'd get her answering machine, but she picked up.
"So you still pregnant?" Dayton said while he was looking at Geoff who looked a bit perturbed with him that he was just asking for it with Nancy.
"What do you think?" She didn't sound too happy.
"Its been really bad, huh?" He couldn't think of anything else to say without sounding like a prick of some kind.
"Yes, I'm- I don't know what to do." She sounded scared. "What do you want?" She snapped back.
"Um, a paternity test, I guess."
"What?" She sounded as if she might hang up then.
"You heard me, I think we need to get this in writing or something since I shouldn't be obligated to support this thing I had nothing to do with in the first place." He told her, wishing he was just a stranger of some kind passing through, wishing he'd never met her.
"But- but I need you."
"Oh, so now you need me?" He looked back at Geoff and put his hand over the reciever. "See, I told you." He let him listen in then.
"You know, I can't- I can't let anyone else know- it has to be you, it has too."
"I'm tired of being a liar," Dayton then sighed. "You are on your own on this one, Nance, besides that dude's got money.. Don't you want to do the right thing?"
"Why can't you come back? Why can't we make this right?" She sounded sad.
"Because you'd hate it and so would I." Plain and simple. "You just let me know when you want to do that paternity test now. All right?"
She hung up on him then.