Deke: In the '50s, were women allowed to drive? Yo-Yo: Yes, of course. Why would you- Deke: I'm sorry! I don't know. I mean, we were just in the '30s and they were really stylish, but it was so sexist and racist. But the '50s though...are still pretty sexist and racist. Yo-Yo: It always gets better, just never fast enough. Deke: And some things never change. Yo-Yo: Can't hurt to try though. Deke: Well, it could. If we lose control of the timeline and it goes skidding off the road. So that's not the mission now, right? Yo-Yo: Yep, we're the agents of status quo. Deke: Sounds like you don't agree with it. Yo-Yo: Sounds like you do. Deke: I don't know.
Fate, I don't believe in it. But I know history, I know how the story goes. And when it's playing out right in front of you, it feels like you can't escape it. That fate's gonna catch up to you. Tap you on the shoulder. Whisper in your ear that your time's up. And then your story ends. Sometimes the hero has to die and there's nothing you can do about it.