Karl and Donna dance in the Beneviento living room to the tune of a staticy old radio
Karl and Donna work together in her basement, discussing and inventing until late become early, becomes late again.
When Donna falls asleep against his chest, Karl kisses the top of her head.
Angie won’t stop demanding until Karl gives her a piggyback ride.
Mealtimes are an old ritual for Donna; she reminds Karl to eat.
When Donna lets Karl see her face, he cups her chin and tells her that she’s beautiful.
Their life is strange and haunted, but sometimes, together it’s enough.