Miles comes by Sadie's apartment the following day. He feels bad about what happened and wants to apologise to her.
make up for
Sadie: Who is it?
Miles: Sadie, it's Miles, listen, please don't be angry with me. I just want you to hear me out. You don't have to open the door if you don't want to…I…I didn't mean any disrespect yesterday by what I said. It was just the first time I had heard about your job…I was just surprised is all. I really didn't mean to offend you and I've felt bad about the whole thing since you left yesterday. I brought you these (holds up a bunch of flowers to the peephole) to make up for it.
Sadie: (opening the door) I'm not sure I deserve those. Miles…I'm the one who should be apologizing to you. I had no right to speak to you that way. I guess I'm just sensitive about what people think of me…I've had some bad experiences in the past…
Miles: Well, I feel a bit relieved to hear you say that. I just felt so bad…I didn't think I could've communicated all those things with just one word, but you never know how what you say comes across to others. When I thought about it, I realized it must have seemed really flippant of me to give that kind of reaction…
Sadie: No. It wasn't anything like that…I was the one…I read into it what I assumed you would mean…it's a bad habit of mine…anyway I'm sorry.
Miles: Ok. Well, either way I bought these to cheer you up. Go ahead take them.
Sadie: They're really nice, Miles thanks. Would you like to come in?
Miles: I don't want to impose…
Sadie: No it's okay, really. Please, come in. (they go into the apartment). Just have a seat in there. I'll go put these in some water. I have this really nice vase I can put them in.
Miles: Oh, this is a nice place.
Sadie: (from the kitchen) Well, I try.
Miles: Oooh, what do we have hear…you a jazz fan there, Sadie?
Sadie: A little, I guess. What about you?
Miles: I grew up on the stuff. I love it…I used to play a little you know.
Sadie: (coming back to the living room) You played?
Miles: Well, not professionally or anything. It was more like a neighbourhood band.
Sadie: Still that's…that's interesting. I had no idea.
Miles: Well, that was a long time ago and…(Miles wobbles a little and looks like he's about to faint)
Sadie: Miles! Are you okay?
Miles: Yeah. I just felt a little woozy there. I'm fine…I'm…(loses consciousness and falls to the floor)
Sadie: Miles! Miles!…Oh my god…Miles!