No, no! Simultaneously because it has to end the way that it began so we can get back to the...
Finola: I think your brother and Bryan failed because we weren't involved. We hadn't figured it out together. Bilateral deviation.
Finola: You are your brother are two strands of the same reality that have become unraveled, and that has messed everything else up.
Kathleen: What do you mean?
Finola: You've been trying to get back to each other, but separately.
Kathleen: But how can we jump together if we're in different realities.
Finola: Because we both have to jump, but at the same time.
Kathleen: I thought we already tried that.
Finola: No, no! Simultaneously because it has to end the way that it began so we can get back to the beginning and repair the damage across all realities.