Jay needs a therapist, probably. And maybe also some sleep.

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PANEL 1
JAY ISN'T LOOKING AT RIGEL. HE SEEMS TO BE MORE TALKING TO HIMSELF THAN ANYTHING ELSE, BUT RIGEL IS GROWING INCREASINGLY IRRITATED REGARDLESS.
Rigel, narrating: I couldn't tell him to shut up because of the muzzle, so I was just... trapped there. Listening.
Jay: Ben should have my job, really. Like, I come up with... p-pretty much everything, but he's actually able to get it done. And as far as they know, it's all his ideas anyway, so they'd... they'd probably love to have him in this position, instead of me. But they'd need him to be here all the time for that, and he can't. He has a family, and... and people who care about him.

PANEL 2
JAY IS LOOKING AT THE OCEAN OUTSIDE.
Jay: And I... don't. Th-there's my aunt, I guess, but she only calls to guilt trip money out of me.

PANEL 3
JAY IS GLANCING UP TOWARD THE CEILING.
Jay: I haven't even been off this island since I began working here, and that was... god, over 11 years ago now.

PANEL 4
JAY IS FINALLY LOOKING OVER AT RIGEL.
Jay: I-I don't even think I'd be able to function in the real world anymore, if I went back.

PANEL 5
RIGEL HAS THE MOST EXASPERATED LOOK ON HIS FACE HE CAN MUSTER. HE ISN'T LOOKING AT JAY.
Rigel, narrating: He only stopped once he realized his life is depressing, and nobody wants to hear about it.

PANEL 6
JAY IS TURNING AWAY FROM RIGEL, EMBARRASSED. RIGEL IS RELIEVED THAT JAY HAS REALIZED WHAT HE'S BEEN DOING, BUT ALSO ANNOYED, AS JAY IS STILL TALKING.
Jay: I-I'm so sorry, I don't get to--You don't want to hear any of this. I-I just feel guilty about everything going on right now, and I haven't slept in like, two days, a-and... I don't know what I'm saying anymore. I'm sorry, Rigel.