FourFourFive: I’m driving through the gas station and I see the lights go out

FourFive: If you’re driving into a gas station, you know what you’re going to see.

There’s a bunch of lights flashing, and then they go back on, and the gas pumps start running.

I’m thinking, ‘This is going to be a really fun movie.’

So I start driving into the store, and I get in line for the gas.

I have to stop at the cash register, and my gas card has been pulled out.

The attendant says, ‘You need to get the gas and get out of the store.’

I say, ‘I’m not going to leave.’

I don’t have a car, and that’s when the attendant comes up to me and says, “Hey, we have a problem.”

I’m like, ‘Oh, OK.

I’ll be right there.’

So she goes, ‘Look, you’ve got to get out.’

So the attendant picks me up, drives me out of there, and she goes back to the cashier and tells her to go get the cash and get me out.

So I get out and I walk into the gas stations and I put my phone in the slot and I’m waiting for the next one.

But then I just remember something else.

I see a guy walking up the line.

He has a badge on his arm.

He’s a cop.

He stops at the register, gets my gas and he’s walking out.

I don’ know what he’s doing.

I get my gas, I walk out of here, and this guy is standing in line with his badge.

I said, ‘How do you know my badge?’

And he said, “I saw you in the parking lot at the gas pump, and he said you had a badge.”

And I said ‘That’s a bad sign.’

“The guy goes, “Oh, my gosh, you got me.

“I go, “You just said, in your head, ‘Hey, I’m in line.’

“He goes, “‘I’m just waiting for a badge.’

How can you tell?

“And I went, ‘Well, I didn’t think about it that way.’

So he just says, “‘Get your badge.'”

And he does that and he walks away.

So that’s the story.

So this movie was a big deal.

We had so many requests for interviews, and we even had people in town who were like, “We should be in town and shoot this movie.”

So that was really cool, because we were shooting it in San Antonio and we were filming in L.A. So we got some really nice people in the town to film the movie.

The movie was actually shot in a hotel room, in a restaurant, and it was really nice.

And we had a really good crew of four people.

They were really good at their jobs.

So the movie was really good.

It was a lot of fun.

[Audiences] didn’t really have much trouble with it, and they were really into it.

I had a bunch, you name it, of people who were going, “It’s so good!”

It was very entertaining.