JON: That’s really sweet, Lisa, but it’s bullshit. If everyone dies, it’s just…then it’s nothing. No one remembers. No weight. No pain. It’s just nothing.
LISA: I don’t believe that.
DEE: You don’t want to survive? You don’t want us to survive, together? You don’t want to….have kids, leave something behind, to…?
JON: No, I mean. I do. But. I don’t know if I believe I’m in control of that. Anymore.
KAY: It matters, Jon. If we all die. It matters.
JON…yeah. OK. Yeah.
Everyone stares at the fire.
Kay pulls the fish off the fire. She hands it around. She keeps none for herself. She watches them eat.
JON: You’re not—[having any]?
KAY: Eat. Live.