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Marty makes a plan after a forced meeting with Del.

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Ozark stars Jason Bateman; Laura Linney; Sofia Hublitz; Skylar Gaertner; Julia Garner; Jason Butler Harner; Esai Morales; Michael Mosley; Peter Mullan; Lisa Emery; Trevor Long; Kevin L. Johnson; McKinley Belcher III; Robert C. Treveiler; Charlie Tahan; Evan George Vourazeris; Harris Yulin; Marc Menchaca; Christopher James Baker; Carson Holmes; Nelson Bonilla; Janet McTeer, and more!

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"Season 1 Recap" featurette

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No time to binge the first season again? Check out this recap video.

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Ozark stars Jason Bateman; Laura Linney; Sofia Hublitz; Skylar Gaertner; Julia Garner; Jason Butler Harner; Esai Morales; Michael Mosley; Peter Mullan; Lisa Emery; Trevor Long; Kevin L. Johnson; McKinley Belcher III; Robert C. Treveiler; Charlie Tahan; Evan George Vourazeris; Harris Yulin; Marc Menchaca; Christopher James Baker; Carson Holmes; Nelson Bonilla; Janet McTeer, and more!

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A little tease to get you psyched for Ozark.

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Ozark stars Jason Bateman; Laura Linney; Sofia Hublitz; Skylar Gaertner; Julia Garner; Jason Butler Harner; Esai Morales; Michael Mosley; Peter Mullan; Lisa Emery; Trevor Long; Kevin L. Johnson; McKinley Belcher III; Robert C. Treveiler; Charlie Tahan; Evan George Vourazeris; Harris Yulin; Marc Menchaca; Christopher James Baker; Carson Holmes; Nelson Bonilla; Janet McTeer, and more!

▶️ Ozark » season 2 trailer

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With Del out, the crime syndicate sends their ruthless attorney Helen Pierce to town to shake things up just as The Byrdes are finally settling in. Marty and Wendy struggle to balance their family interests amid the escalating dangers presented by their partnerships with the power-hungry Snells, the cartel and their new deputy, Ruth Langmore, whose father Cade has been released from prison. The stakes are even higher than before and The Byrdes soon realize they have to go all in before they can get out.

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Ozark stars Jason Bateman; Laura Linney; Sofia Hublitz; Skylar Gaertner; Julia Garner; Jason Butler Harner; Esai Morales; Michael Mosley; Peter Mullan; Lisa Emery; Trevor Long; Kevin L. Johnson; McKinley Belcher III; Robert C. Treveiler; Charlie Tahan; Evan George Vourazeris; Harris Yulin; Marc Menchaca; Christopher James Baker; Carson Holmes; Nelson Bonilla; Janet McTeer, and more!

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A Chicago-based financial advisor secretly relocates his family to the Missouri Ozarks when his dealings with a drug cartel go awry.

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Ozark stars Jason Bateman; Laura Linney; Sofia Hublitz; Skylar Gaertner; Julia Garner; Jason Butler Harner; Esai Morales; Michael Mosley; Peter Mullan; Lisa Emery; Trevor Long; Kevin L. Johnson; McKinley Belcher III; Robert C. Treveiler; Charlie Tahan; Evan George Vourazeris; Harris Yulin; Marc Menchaca; Christopher James Baker; Carson Holmes; Nelson Bonilla; Janet McTeer, and more!

📄 Ozark » episode script 2.10: “the gold coast”

Ozark Season 2 Script Episode 10

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 episode script

season 2 - episode 10
"The Gold Coast"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
Chris Mundy
Martin Zimmerman
Paul Kolsby
Ning Zhoe

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S02-Ep.10: "The Gold Coast"

Marty makes plans without telling Wendy. Darlene sends a message via Jonah. Wyatt learns the truth about his dad. Ruth realizes Cade must be stopped.

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-[woman] Smile.
-[camera shutter clicks]

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-You want a do-over?
-Uh, no.

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-Are you sure?
-Yep.

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If I was going on a trip, I'd be smiling.

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Well, it's a white background, no shadow,
eyes open, neutral expression.

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That's a TSA checklist right there.

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-So, where are you headed?
-Abroad.

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[Ruth] Holy shit.

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[Marty] I know.

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[Ruth] How much money is there?

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[Marty] Approximately $43 million.

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[Ruth] Holy shit.

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[Marty] The exact numbers are in here,

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along with a complete listing
of the real accounts, plus their shadows.

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And the operational account
is gonna be active... [grunts]

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as soon as we're done with the ceremony,
day after tomorrow.

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What if I can't do this?

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It's just like Lickety Splitz,
only bigger.

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You're gonna come here,

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you're gonna pay respects to Buddy
a couple of times a week.

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You're gonna mix this money
with the legit receipts

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and then you're gonna deposit it.

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Long as the flow stays steady,
no one's gonna bat an eye.

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This is crazy.

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I don't know shit about fuck.

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Ruth.

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Which LP is held by Davisville Limited?

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Lighthouse Landing.

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-And where are they registered?
-Panama City.

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And they're a shell company for?

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Horizon Cove Inc, which is a subsidiary
for Byrde Enterprises.

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If I didn't think you could handle it,
I wouldn't be risking my family's lives.

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[Helen] Thanks for the walkthrough.

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As these things get close,
my client always gets nervous.

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He's very detail-oriented.

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[Wendy] Well, it's my pleasure.
I find it oddly beautiful.

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[Marty] Hi. Sorry I'm late.

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Hi.

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I was just about to tell your wife,

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you can see the rest of your life
from up here.

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-[Marty] Yeah.
-Everything okay?

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[Zeke cooing]

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Yeah. Yeah, yeah.
Just some personal stuff.

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-[Wendy] Mm-hmm.
-How you doing?

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I trust if there were any
last-minute issues, you'd let me know.

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Of course.

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-Now would be the time to fix them.
-We're good.

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[Zeke cooing]

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I'm not sure you appreciate
the historical significance

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of what it is you're about to pull off.

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Medellín, Sinaloa, Juárez,

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every one of them tried to create
something like this.

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Every one of them failed.

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A legitimate, self-sustaining operation
like a casino.

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This is why crime organizes.

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Have you given any thought
to the next five years?

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Uh, I'd love to talk about
the operational account.

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Because you're pillars
of the community now.

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You've established a foothold
in the gaming industry.

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You could expand, completely legitimately.

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Honoring your obligations
to my client, obviously.

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[Zeke coos]

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I am so sorry, but I have to get him home.

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I mean, it's just been a long time
since we've been tied to a nap schedule.

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It's funny how you forget
there was ever a time

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before they could tell you
to go fuck yourself.

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[chuckles] But not you.

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No. You wouldn't call up and talk

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about your father's girlfriend,
would you? No.

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The operational account.

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-What about it?
-It's not up and running.

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Once the contracts are signed.

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That's in two days.
I could be working now.

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Well, is there some kind of rush
I'm not aware of?

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Just trying to be efficient.

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Well, call us superstitious.

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On a long road trip,

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you're most likely to get into an accident
a mile from your home.

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-[Wendy] You okay?
-[Marty] Yeah.

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What did you have to take care of?

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Just life stuff.

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Hmm. I called the school.
Charlotte went to first period.

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Great.

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Helen's right, you know.

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This could be the beginning
of a great new chapter in our lives.

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We just have to work harder
at being better parents.

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What if that's not possible here?

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It has to be.

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[Zeke cooing]

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Oh, yeah. Okay.

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[Cade] I was there.
I saw the cartel torture her.

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[Petty] Mm-hmm.

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Well, could you get her
to file charges against him?

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[Cade] Well, I know he paid
for that paddle wheeler in cash.

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-[Petty] Well, that's not illegal.
-It is if it's cartel money.

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[Petty] Do you know where he hides it?

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What about the books?

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Do you even know where he keeps 'em?

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Does he even talk to you?

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If you were wired,
would he confide in you?

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He talks to my daughter.

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Yeah, and would you wear
a wire against her?

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You know what I think?

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I think you're looking at me

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as some kind of
"get out of jail free" card.

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[Cade] No, I'm giving you
Marty fucking Byrde.

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[Petty] You didn't give me shit.

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You haven't said a single thing
that I don't already know.

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In fact, I have no confidence you can get
anywhere close to Marty Byrde.

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You fucking owe me.

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[laughs]

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-I owe you?
-Yeah, that's right.

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I don't even know you.

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You got my fucking daughter tortured.
You got my brothers killed.

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You know what?

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Your five minutes are up,
so get the fuck away from me.

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What? You don't like hearing the truth?

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[sighs] The truth?

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The truth is, you smell desperate.

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It reeks.

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I give it a month
before you're back in prison.

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And your fucking
trailer-trash daughter... [scoffs]

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who you're so willing to rat out.

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She's in so far over her head,

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[laughs] it'll be a minute behind you,
whether I'm following the case or not.

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The truth is that Russ
deserved better than every fucking--

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[Cade yells]

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[both panting]

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Oh, fuck.

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[grunts]

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[grunting]

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[water bubbling]

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[Zeke cooing]

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[Wendy] Darlene.

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[Darlene] I thought you should know...

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Jacob passed away this morning.

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What?

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Oh, Darlene.

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Oh.

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I'm so sorry.

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His dying wish was to stop the casino.

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I intend to honor that.

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I don't understand.

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Jacob was always committed
to making the casino work.

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He had an epiphany.

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-He passed this morning?
-That's right.

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And you came right here?

148
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May I ask how he died?

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His heart. It failed him.

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Just to be clear...

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Jacob understood
that this casino is happening.

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There's no way for you to win.

153
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Did the Viet Cong have to win?

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-I'm sorry.
-The gooks.

155
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They didn't have to win.

156
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They just had to not lose. It's my land.

157
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The cartel's already tried
to kill you once.

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-Is that a threat?
-Just a fact.

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There might be one solution
to honor Jacob's memory.

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Is that Mason Young's baby in the car?
It is, isn't it?

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Social Services told me
you were looking after him

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until they found a suitable home.

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Now, you help me adopt him,
and I'll stand aside.

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You are not fucking touching that baby.

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I delivered that child.

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You need to go.

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He's not your kin.

168
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He's not worth the cost you'll pay.

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Now.

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[knock on door]

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[Ruth] What the hell do you want?

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I need a favor, baby girl.

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If anybody asks,
I was here with you all morning.

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-What the fuck did you do?
-You don't worry about that, okay?

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I just need you to be ready
to alibi me up, just in case.

176
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Like when you robbed my strip club?

177
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Right. That was wrong of me.

178
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I was angry,
and I shouldn't have done that.

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You made it real clear

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that you don't want me
to be a part of your shit no more.

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Well, guess what. This is your shit.

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I did it for you.

183
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What are you talking about?

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That fed, the one that got you tortured,

185
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he's done fucking with you, girl.

186
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Tell me you didn't kill a fucking fed.

187
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It was an accident. I...

188
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He was talking about sending you
to prison. I lost my temper.

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Fuck. Jesus Christ.

190
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I need your help really bad, Ruthie.

191
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Did anybody see you?

192
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It was early. Down by the river
where Russ used to fish.

193
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Is he still there?

194
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I sunk the body.

195
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You didn't touch nothing, did you?

196
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What about his car?

197
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I left it. There's no reason for anybody
to guess I was ever there.

198
00:12:21,949 --> 00:12:26,579
You don't think when they find the car,
an FBI agent's car,

199
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they're not gonna come looking
for the family

200
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of his dead fucking informant?

201
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Which is why I need an alibi!

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This is your life.

203
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It ain't fucking mine.

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Fuck, Ruthie... You...

205
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Come out here right now, girl.

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You hear me, girl?

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Don't you fucking do this!

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I'm your father! Fuck!

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[Marty] Byrde. B-y-r-d-e.

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[man] There you are.

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[Marty] Uh, so, you know, sir,
we were never intending

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on being a long-term family.

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We were just doing a friend a favor.

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You know, Mason Young.

215
00:13:21,008 --> 00:13:24,887
And now it seems pretty clear
that he has abandoned his child,

216
00:13:25,554 --> 00:13:28,390
so we were thinking
that maybe it would be good to, you know,

217
00:13:28,474 --> 00:13:34,855
get the kid in with an incredibly loving,
stable couple, right away.

218
00:13:34,939 --> 00:13:38,526
Well, I must say, I really do appreciate
your care and commitment.

219
00:13:39,276 --> 00:13:41,070
Yeah. So, possible?

220
00:13:41,153 --> 00:13:42,822
-Oh, absolutely.
-That's great.

221
00:13:42,905 --> 00:13:46,575
We'll have him placed in,
I'd say, six to eight weeks.

222
00:13:48,452 --> 00:13:49,453
Hmm.

223
00:13:51,288 --> 00:13:53,624
-Six to eight.
-Well, ten, tops.

224
00:13:53,707 --> 00:13:54,708
[sighs]

225
00:13:56,001 --> 00:14:01,382
What if I was to, say,
get transferred to another country?

226
00:14:02,424 --> 00:14:03,759
Well, that's not advisable.

227
00:14:04,844 --> 00:14:05,970
Exactly. Yeah.

228
00:14:06,053 --> 00:14:08,347
Which is why
it would just be great

229
00:14:08,430 --> 00:14:12,101
if we could find an amazing family
there on your list

230
00:14:12,184 --> 00:14:16,230
that is looking for a call,
you know, right away.

231
00:14:38,919 --> 00:14:39,920
[tires screech]

232
00:14:46,343 --> 00:14:47,761
Don't make a fuss.

233
00:14:52,349 --> 00:14:53,183
Wendy.

234
00:14:54,852 --> 00:14:55,686
Wendy?

235
00:14:59,356 --> 00:15:00,399
Where is he?

236
00:15:01,066 --> 00:15:02,067
Did they shave it all off?

237
00:15:04,445 --> 00:15:05,738
It's okay. I'm not hurt.

238
00:15:12,745 --> 00:15:13,829
[Marty sighs]

239
00:15:15,456 --> 00:15:16,665
It was just a message.

240
00:15:23,422 --> 00:15:25,841
Mrs. Snell says
that you know what she wants.

241
00:15:27,927 --> 00:15:30,095
I'm gonna have him lie down
for a little bit and get some rest.

242
00:15:30,679 --> 00:15:31,889
Come on, let's go to your room.

243
00:15:54,453 --> 00:15:56,455
[typing]

244
00:16:03,379 --> 00:16:04,380
[cell phone chimes]

245
00:16:47,840 --> 00:16:49,049
Do you need help?

246
00:17:22,499 --> 00:17:24,209
[Zeke crying]

247
00:17:27,129 --> 00:17:28,422
Did I wake you up?

248
00:17:29,923 --> 00:17:30,799
Huh?

249
00:17:30,883 --> 00:17:32,760
Hey. Hey.

250
00:17:32,843 --> 00:17:35,637
-[crying continues]
-Shh.

251
00:17:35,721 --> 00:17:37,347
Oh, that's some grip.

252
00:17:37,431 --> 00:17:40,392
You got a real grip there. Come here.

253
00:17:41,351 --> 00:17:43,520
Okay. [shushing].

254
00:17:57,201 --> 00:17:58,869
I don't know how to protect you.

255
00:17:58,952 --> 00:18:00,496
[Zeke cooing]

256
00:18:06,877 --> 00:18:08,253
[man] He was a good man.

257
00:18:09,046 --> 00:18:09,963
[Darlene] Mmm.

258
00:18:10,047 --> 00:18:11,507
[woman] We were lucky to know him.

259
00:18:13,467 --> 00:18:16,345
Well, he loved the both of you.

260
00:18:29,066 --> 00:18:30,692
How you holding up, sweetie?

261
00:18:30,776 --> 00:18:32,528
[breathes deeply]

262
00:18:33,278 --> 00:18:35,364
I smell him on my skin,

263
00:18:36,281 --> 00:18:39,993
but I can't shower
because I'm afraid it might wash off.

264
00:18:41,411 --> 00:18:42,329
[chuckles]

265
00:18:42,412 --> 00:18:44,331
And then a little while ago,

266
00:18:45,749 --> 00:18:47,709
I started a conversation,

267
00:18:48,544 --> 00:18:52,506
and then I realized
I was just talking to myself.

268
00:18:52,589 --> 00:18:54,133
So, I don't know.

269
00:18:54,883 --> 00:18:56,844
[stammers] How am I?

270
00:18:56,927 --> 00:18:58,095
Oh, baby.

271
00:19:10,399 --> 00:19:11,984
I spoke to Social Services.

272
00:19:13,193 --> 00:19:15,070
You're on a list to foster a child,

273
00:19:15,154 --> 00:19:19,700
so the state is approving you
to take Zeke temporarily.

274
00:19:20,242 --> 00:19:24,538
I'm not interested in fostering.
I want to adopt.

275
00:19:25,414 --> 00:19:26,874
The foster agreement comes with a clause

276
00:19:26,957 --> 00:19:29,251
saying that you can
formally adopt the child

277
00:19:29,334 --> 00:19:33,672
if no parent comes forward
to make a claim in the next two years.

278
00:19:33,755 --> 00:19:36,300
And if Mason comes back into the picture?

279
00:19:38,802 --> 00:19:41,054
You have to trust me
that that's not gonna happen.

280
00:19:42,389 --> 00:19:44,016
[Zeke cooing]

281
00:19:46,518 --> 00:19:49,438
You ever touch either one of my children
ever again,

282
00:19:51,106 --> 00:19:52,149
I'll fucking kill you.

283
00:19:55,569 --> 00:19:56,653
I'm so sorry.

284
00:19:58,447 --> 00:20:00,449
[Zeke crying]

285
00:20:01,867 --> 00:20:02,910
Hello.

286
00:20:03,660 --> 00:20:04,870
Hello, baby.

287
00:20:06,038 --> 00:20:07,456
[sighs]

288
00:20:07,539 --> 00:20:13,795
I am gonna love this baby
more than you ever possibly could.

289
00:20:16,465 --> 00:20:17,341
Hello.

290
00:20:18,300 --> 00:20:19,676
You're home now.

291
00:20:20,761 --> 00:20:21,595
Yeah.

292
00:20:22,304 --> 00:20:23,805
Hello, young man.

293
00:20:37,653 --> 00:20:39,655
-This your vehicle?
-Yes, sir.

294
00:20:39,738 --> 00:20:40,906
Park closes at sunset.

295
00:20:42,199 --> 00:20:44,243
I was scouting fishing spots

296
00:20:44,326 --> 00:20:47,746
and seeing how the water was running,
and I lost track of light.

297
00:20:49,414 --> 00:20:51,458
Just vacate the park, please.

298
00:21:01,009 --> 00:21:03,136
[rock music playing]

299
00:21:03,220 --> 00:21:05,931
Since when do rich girls
know their way around a grill?

300
00:21:07,140 --> 00:21:08,392
Since fuck you.

301
00:21:10,018 --> 00:21:12,604
Hey, I was thinking, uh,

302
00:21:13,313 --> 00:21:16,858
maybe you should move into Wyatt's room
after he takes off for Mizzou.

303
00:21:19,152 --> 00:21:21,738
You know, I was actually thinking
about coming to Columbia with you.

304
00:21:22,948 --> 00:21:26,076
I don't know. I need to finish out
my senior year, and we can get a place.

305
00:21:27,202 --> 00:21:28,870
[car approaching]

306
00:21:39,923 --> 00:21:41,508
I need to talk to you.

307
00:21:43,010 --> 00:21:44,678
What the fuck are you all looking at?

308
00:21:44,761 --> 00:21:47,514
Go inside. Mind your own fucking business.

309
00:21:48,724 --> 00:21:50,392
Fucking now, girl.

310
00:21:53,895 --> 00:21:55,981
[Wyatt] How about I call you
when things calm down around here?

311
00:21:56,064 --> 00:21:57,399
[Charlotte] What, you don't wanna
come with me?

312
00:21:57,482 --> 00:22:00,736
I wanna stick around for Ruth.
I'll be fine. Talk to you later, okay?

313
00:22:00,819 --> 00:22:01,653
Okay.

314
00:22:08,744 --> 00:22:10,078
I need money.

315
00:22:10,162 --> 00:22:13,081
I told you,
I don't know where Marty stashes it.

316
00:22:13,165 --> 00:22:15,417
You forget about that. Anything you got.

317
00:22:15,500 --> 00:22:17,753
I moved that fed's car,
and it's your fault.

318
00:22:18,712 --> 00:22:23,216
I moved it, and when I come back,
that ranger was there, took down my plate.

319
00:22:24,384 --> 00:22:26,261
When they find that car, he's gonna know.

320
00:22:26,345 --> 00:22:30,307
It might be days, might be a week,
a month, I don't know.

321
00:22:30,390 --> 00:22:34,561
But they're gonna find that fucking car,
and they're gonna come looking for me...

322
00:22:35,270 --> 00:22:36,938
and I better be fucking gone.

323
00:22:38,065 --> 00:22:40,692
The only money I got is
for Wyatt's tuition.

324
00:22:41,526 --> 00:22:43,278
Well, then you're gonna give it to me.

325
00:22:44,696 --> 00:22:45,697
No.

326
00:22:46,365 --> 00:22:47,866
You're gonna give it to me,

327
00:22:48,784 --> 00:22:49,993
or I'm gonna walk over there

328
00:22:50,077 --> 00:22:52,913
and I'm gonna tell him
exactly what happened to his daddy.

329
00:23:30,784 --> 00:23:33,829
Three, I need you to fuck off.
I need to talk to Wyatt alone.

330
00:23:39,918 --> 00:23:41,420
And turn up the TV loud.

331
00:23:46,925 --> 00:23:49,761
-What did Cade say?
-This ain't about Cade.

332
00:23:50,679 --> 00:23:53,473
-Okay, what's up?
-I need you to listen to me.

333
00:24:01,273 --> 00:24:04,860
I know Marty didn't kill your dad...

334
00:24:08,280 --> 00:24:09,573
because I did.

335
00:24:14,536 --> 00:24:15,912
What are you talking about?

336
00:24:16,746 --> 00:24:18,081
I wired the dock.

337
00:24:18,874 --> 00:24:21,877
I knew that they were going there,
so I wired it,

338
00:24:21,960 --> 00:24:24,963
so the second they touched the ladder,
they'd get electrocuted.

339
00:24:26,339 --> 00:24:27,799
You're making this up.

340
00:24:28,884 --> 00:24:30,093
Why would I be doing that?

341
00:24:30,177 --> 00:24:31,261
You're afraid I won't go to Mizzou

342
00:24:31,344 --> 00:24:32,762
if I don't find out
what happened to my dad,

343
00:24:32,846 --> 00:24:34,389
and now you're
just fucking making this up!

344
00:24:34,473 --> 00:24:38,143
I wish I was. I wish to fucking God...
I wish it was a lie.

345
00:24:40,687 --> 00:24:45,525
Russ was working with the feds.
He was trying to get me on a wire.

346
00:24:45,609 --> 00:24:48,069
No. No way. No fucking way!

347
00:24:48,153 --> 00:24:51,740
You were right about that night.
They had the guns.

348
00:24:53,867 --> 00:24:55,535
They were gonna kill Marty.

349
00:24:59,247 --> 00:25:03,502
I practiced on our dock, with a mouse.

350
00:25:04,419 --> 00:25:09,049
At first,
I rigged Marty's dock to get him,

351
00:25:10,383 --> 00:25:13,553
but then it was fucked up and...

352
00:25:15,138 --> 00:25:19,226
things changed,
and they were going to the Blue Cat.

353
00:25:23,980 --> 00:25:25,565
Say something.

354
00:25:29,110 --> 00:25:32,656
[stammers] You can hate me,
and I know you will.

355
00:25:36,826 --> 00:25:39,412
But I need you to know that you're the...

356
00:25:41,665 --> 00:25:45,877
you're the only thing in this world
that I'll ever fucking love.

357
00:25:45,961 --> 00:25:47,963
[sobbing]

358
00:25:49,339 --> 00:25:50,549
[Wyatt sighs]

359
00:26:25,959 --> 00:26:27,252
Jonah's still asleep.

360
00:26:31,506 --> 00:26:33,133
Marty, are you all right? What's going on?

361
00:26:37,512 --> 00:26:39,014
Where's Zeke?

362
00:26:39,723 --> 00:26:40,974
What have you done?

363
00:26:41,057 --> 00:26:42,434
I'm just trying to save us, Wendy.

364
00:26:43,101 --> 00:26:44,102
Get him back.

365
00:26:44,811 --> 00:26:47,814
And then what? Wait for Darlene
to come after our kids again?

366
00:26:47,897 --> 00:26:50,066
Or have her blow up the casino
and have the cartel come after us?

367
00:26:50,150 --> 00:26:53,778
I mean, what are we supposed to do?
Have her killed?

368
00:26:59,159 --> 00:27:02,746
She touched our child,
and you give her a baby?

369
00:27:02,829 --> 00:27:05,123
-I didn't have a fucking choice, Wendy.
-Of course you did.

370
00:27:05,915 --> 00:27:06,791
We're leaving.

371
00:27:07,834 --> 00:27:11,588
We're leaving the very second that casino
is finalized and the cartel's out of town.

372
00:27:11,671 --> 00:27:12,839
I got a plane standing by.

373
00:27:12,922 --> 00:27:14,758
We wouldn't have been able to
take this baby out of the country

374
00:27:14,841 --> 00:27:16,301
without triggering an AMBER alert.

375
00:27:18,219 --> 00:27:21,222
-You made these plans without me?
-Yeah.

376
00:27:24,184 --> 00:27:26,269
Once the operational account is active,

377
00:27:26,353 --> 00:27:30,315
a tiny percentage is gonna flow
into an encrypted account that I created.

378
00:27:31,232 --> 00:27:34,152
You and the kids are gonna travel
under the Fleming passports,

379
00:27:34,235 --> 00:27:35,862
and a seaplane is gonna
take us to Little Rock,

380
00:27:35,945 --> 00:27:37,113
where I have an identity waiting for me.

381
00:27:37,197 --> 00:27:38,823
And after Little Rock,
we can go to Costa Rica,

382
00:27:38,907 --> 00:27:40,700
and after Costa Rica,
we're going to Australia.

383
00:27:43,328 --> 00:27:44,704
We're going to the Gold Coast.

384
00:27:46,206 --> 00:27:48,750
A surrogate there is gonna pay
for the housing and utilities

385
00:27:48,833 --> 00:27:51,252
so that nothing is even under
our fake identities.

386
00:27:51,336 --> 00:27:53,963
We're gonna be two layers removed
from any detection.

387
00:27:55,674 --> 00:27:58,593
And this surrogate,
you've actually already found him?

388
00:27:59,803 --> 00:28:01,680
-I'm gonna do that when we get there.
-Hmm.

389
00:28:02,514 --> 00:28:05,600
And if the cartel reviews the accounts
before that happens?

390
00:28:06,017 --> 00:28:08,144
I taught Ruth how to do the books.
She knows how to move the money.

391
00:28:09,896 --> 00:28:12,357
So you were never really trying
to make any of this work.

392
00:28:16,111 --> 00:28:19,698
I did try to make a lot of it work,
but Charlotte wants to emancipate,

393
00:28:19,781 --> 00:28:22,701
and our son is describing getting
his head shaved by a fucking lunatic

394
00:28:22,784 --> 00:28:25,620
as just a message, like it's normal?

395
00:28:28,164 --> 00:28:30,458
[breathes deeply]

396
00:28:32,293 --> 00:28:33,461
Nothing's working.

397
00:28:42,929 --> 00:28:44,222
We have two problems.

398
00:28:45,181 --> 00:28:49,018
The casino might fail,
and our family's falling apart.

399
00:28:50,311 --> 00:28:54,023
Giving Darlene that kid is the only way
we were gonna solve both.

400
00:28:57,944 --> 00:29:00,155
Why the fuck didn't you talk to me
about this?

401
00:29:04,159 --> 00:29:05,869
I didn't have time to argue with you.

402
00:29:17,297 --> 00:29:18,298
[sniffles]

403
00:29:50,580 --> 00:29:52,457
So, you said four passengers, Mr. Bennett?

404
00:29:52,540 --> 00:29:56,753
Uh, yes, sir. Two adults and two children.
This'll be able to take all of us, huh?

405
00:29:56,836 --> 00:29:59,589
[man] We're cleared to travel
to Lake Conway. It's near Little Rock.

406
00:30:00,256 --> 00:30:01,966
With the amount of fuel
we'll need to hold,

407
00:30:02,050 --> 00:30:04,177
you'll have to keep it
to two bags per passenger.

408
00:30:04,969 --> 00:30:06,846
I'll have a jeep standing by
on the other side.

409
00:30:06,930 --> 00:30:09,182
Uh, great. I'll bring you the other half
of this tomorrow.

410
00:30:09,265 --> 00:30:10,475
Okay? I'll see you then.

411
00:30:18,149 --> 00:30:19,526
[knock on door]

412
00:30:34,666 --> 00:30:35,834
-Hi.
-[Helen] Hi.

413
00:30:36,417 --> 00:30:39,379
Sorry to intrude.
I know mornings are sacred family time.

414
00:30:39,462 --> 00:30:42,632
No. Actually, Marty's already gone,

415
00:30:42,715 --> 00:30:45,760
and Charlotte was spending the night
at a friend's, so...

416
00:30:45,844 --> 00:30:48,555
-Do you want some coffee?
-Uh, yeah, thank you. Black.

417
00:30:53,142 --> 00:30:54,978
Don't tell me the baby's still asleep.

418
00:30:57,105 --> 00:30:59,065
Social Services found a home for him.

419
00:31:00,567 --> 00:31:02,193
He was with you only yesterday.

420
00:31:03,987 --> 00:31:07,031
-It took us by surprise. But we're...
-Thanks.

421
00:31:07,657 --> 00:31:10,618
We're happy he's finally placed in a...

422
00:31:12,495 --> 00:31:15,623
healthy, permanent situation.

423
00:31:17,000 --> 00:31:18,001
[Helen] Hmm.

424
00:31:18,793 --> 00:31:20,295
[Jonah] Can I go for Buddy's old walk?

425
00:31:21,671 --> 00:31:22,589
[Wendy] No further.

426
00:31:24,924 --> 00:31:25,758
Morning.

427
00:31:28,595 --> 00:31:30,555
Teenagers. [chuckles]

428
00:31:36,811 --> 00:31:39,314
Jacob Snell is dead. Did you know?

429
00:31:40,315 --> 00:31:41,816
Darlene came by yesterday.

430
00:31:43,735 --> 00:31:44,819
Do we have a problem?

431
00:31:46,696 --> 00:31:47,822
It's taken care of.

432
00:31:50,825 --> 00:31:52,035
[Helen laughs]

433
00:31:52,160 --> 00:31:56,289
I was serious, you know,
when I said how impressed my client is.

434
00:31:57,916 --> 00:32:01,044
I have to say, when the idea
of a casino was first floated,

435
00:32:01,127 --> 00:32:03,212
neither of us thought
you had a chance in hell.

436
00:32:04,505 --> 00:32:06,716
My client even had us monitor
your every move.

437
00:32:06,799 --> 00:32:09,385
Your purchases, your browser history.

438
00:32:10,929 --> 00:32:15,516
He was convinced that once it became clear
that the casino was a loser,

439
00:32:16,184 --> 00:32:19,896
you'd have to make a run for it.
And yet, here we are.

440
00:32:19,979 --> 00:32:20,980
[Wendy] Hmm.

441
00:32:23,399 --> 00:32:25,610
I've been particularly impressed with you.

442
00:32:30,907 --> 00:32:31,991
I appreciate that.

443
00:32:33,117 --> 00:32:35,578
It's not easy navigating this world
as a woman.

444
00:32:36,704 --> 00:32:40,333
You must be happy to be going home
to Chicago? See your family?

445
00:32:41,125 --> 00:32:42,877
-The children, yeah.
-Hmm.

446
00:32:42,961 --> 00:32:44,545
The divorce attorney? Hmm.

447
00:32:45,630 --> 00:32:46,798
I'm sorry.

448
00:32:46,881 --> 00:32:49,050
Like I said, it's not easy navigating.

449
00:32:53,471 --> 00:32:55,598
So, where is Marty
this early in the morning?

450
00:32:55,682 --> 00:32:59,227
Oh, he's just off shoring up
a few last details.

451
00:33:00,728 --> 00:33:01,562
How is he?

452
00:33:01,646 --> 00:33:02,772
-He's good.
-Good.

453
00:33:06,943 --> 00:33:10,321
You know, you really should think about
what you want out of your new situation.

454
00:33:11,155 --> 00:33:11,990
I have.

455
00:33:12,865 --> 00:33:16,202
-And what is it you want?
-Your gratitude.

456
00:33:16,536 --> 00:33:17,745
Well, you have that.

457
00:33:19,956 --> 00:33:20,790
[chuckles]

458
00:33:22,000 --> 00:33:23,626
And that is a powerful thing.

459
00:33:29,716 --> 00:33:32,343
-Tell Marty I'm sorry I missed him.
-I will.

460
00:33:45,440 --> 00:33:46,607
[door opens]

461
00:33:50,445 --> 00:33:55,491
Hey. Frank. How you doing?
Something I can help you with?

462
00:33:56,075 --> 00:33:58,077
[Frank] I've been hearing things. [sighs]

463
00:33:58,161 --> 00:33:59,620
"Things"? What kind of things?

464
00:34:00,121 --> 00:34:02,206
[sighs] Don't try my patience.

465
00:34:03,082 --> 00:34:05,793
I don't like playing games
any more than I like driving three hours

466
00:34:05,877 --> 00:34:08,337
to a fucking lake
in the middle of the off-season.

467
00:34:09,297 --> 00:34:12,717
If you're talking about the union,
um, it's true that I had to strike a deal,

468
00:34:12,800 --> 00:34:14,510
but I promise you,
all your guys are gonna get hired.

469
00:34:14,594 --> 00:34:15,636
I don't want you to worry.

470
00:34:17,013 --> 00:34:18,639
-But I am worried.
-Don't.

471
00:34:19,599 --> 00:34:22,560
Do you think I'm someone
that you can fuck with?

472
00:34:23,728 --> 00:34:24,562
Come on.

473
00:34:25,855 --> 00:34:32,028
Do you think the gaming commission
thinks I'm someone who they can fuck with?

474
00:34:34,072 --> 00:34:38,284
I do not. And I can't imagine
that they think that.

475
00:34:38,367 --> 00:34:40,703
Then why are you letting them
fuck with me, Marty?

476
00:34:40,787 --> 00:34:42,997
Frank, I told you that your guys
are gonna get taken care of.

477
00:34:44,624 --> 00:34:45,625
They're gonna get taken care of.

478
00:34:45,708 --> 00:34:48,086
We're gonna make sure
the union rolls stay high.

479
00:34:49,420 --> 00:34:50,880
Because you know my business.

480
00:34:51,964 --> 00:34:52,799
Yeah.

481
00:34:52,882 --> 00:34:55,301
Do you really think there's an angle
in the gaming industry

482
00:34:55,384 --> 00:34:57,386
-that I haven't seen?
-No.

483
00:34:58,805 --> 00:35:00,973
Do you honestly believe

484
00:35:01,974 --> 00:35:07,021
that a handshake agreement with you
is the end of our discussions?

485
00:35:09,107 --> 00:35:13,694
What do I have to do
to make you take me seriously?

486
00:35:14,320 --> 00:35:17,240
Is this fun for you?
Are you having a fucking good time?

487
00:35:17,323 --> 00:35:18,908
What's the plan here?
What's this guy gonna do?

488
00:35:18,991 --> 00:35:21,160
Are you gonna kill me,
or fucking beat me up or something?

489
00:35:21,244 --> 00:35:22,453
Is this guy here to send me a message?

490
00:35:22,537 --> 00:35:24,914
How about you just get the fuck out
of here and let me do my job?

491
00:35:25,665 --> 00:35:27,458
All right? Because without those deals,
there'd be no casino,

492
00:35:27,542 --> 00:35:30,169
which means there'd be no jobs
for your guys at all.

493
00:35:30,253 --> 00:35:31,212
Is that what you want?

494
00:35:31,796 --> 00:35:34,966
How about you just give me the freedom
to do my fucking job?

495
00:35:36,425 --> 00:35:37,635
That's all I'm doing.

496
00:35:47,895 --> 00:35:49,397
Place smells like a new car.

497
00:35:52,150 --> 00:35:53,234
Just moved in.

498
00:36:10,001 --> 00:36:12,545
-Have you seen Wyatt?
-Thought he was with you.

499
00:36:12,628 --> 00:36:15,006
No, I've been worried
'cause I've been calling him all night

500
00:36:15,089 --> 00:36:15,923
and he hasn't picked up his phone.

501
00:36:16,007 --> 00:36:17,758
[Cade] Did you really buy that van
with your own money?

502
00:36:19,427 --> 00:36:20,595
-Yeah.
-Yeah?

503
00:36:20,678 --> 00:36:22,430
You sure it wasn't your daddy's money?

504
00:36:22,513 --> 00:36:24,974
The money he's got hidden
around here somewheres?

505
00:36:25,600 --> 00:36:27,143
[Charlotte] I don't know
what you're talking about.

506
00:36:27,226 --> 00:36:30,313
-I think you're lying to me, little girl.
-I'm not.

507
00:36:30,396 --> 00:36:32,732
-Hey. You're scaring her, Uncle Cade.
-Stay out of this, boy.

508
00:36:34,525 --> 00:36:36,694
If you called your daddy right now
and told him you needed money,

509
00:36:36,777 --> 00:36:37,653
would he give it to you?

510
00:36:37,737 --> 00:36:39,822
-I'm not talking to my parents right now.
-Bullshit.

511
00:36:39,906 --> 00:36:40,740
She's telling the truth.

512
00:36:41,824 --> 00:36:42,783
[Cade] Stay out of it.

513
00:36:44,952 --> 00:36:46,287
[Charlotte screaming]

514
00:36:47,872 --> 00:36:49,373
[Cade] Where do you think
you're going, girl?

515
00:36:49,457 --> 00:36:50,583
-[Charlotte continues screaming]
-[shotgun cocks]

516
00:36:50,666 --> 00:36:51,500
[Ruth] Let her go.

517
00:36:51,584 --> 00:36:52,585
[groaning]

518
00:36:53,252 --> 00:36:55,213
I seem to remember
what happened the last time

519
00:36:55,296 --> 00:36:57,256
you tried to pull a gun on me, baby girl.

520
00:37:00,301 --> 00:37:01,385
Get in the car.

521
00:37:02,094 --> 00:37:05,514
Three, get in the trailer.
Lock the door until he cools off.

522
00:37:27,495 --> 00:37:28,913
Do you know where Wyatt is?

523
00:37:32,041 --> 00:37:33,251
He left last night.

524
00:37:40,258 --> 00:37:41,592
Is he coming back?

525
00:37:48,641 --> 00:37:50,268
I don't know. [clears throat]

526
00:38:03,447 --> 00:38:04,782
[Wendy] Are you okay?

527
00:38:07,994 --> 00:38:09,620
I'm so sorry.

528
00:38:11,706 --> 00:38:14,292
Please do not leave me again.
I can't protect you if you do.

529
00:38:15,376 --> 00:38:16,794
I haven't changed my mind,

530
00:38:17,753 --> 00:38:19,797
but is it okay if I go sleep
in my own bed?

531
00:38:19,880 --> 00:38:22,842
Of course. Of course.

532
00:38:29,348 --> 00:38:30,891
Ruth. Where are you going?

533
00:38:32,143 --> 00:38:32,977
Home.

534
00:38:33,644 --> 00:38:35,813
-Is Cade there?
-Yeah.

535
00:38:36,772 --> 00:38:37,773
You're staying here.

536
00:38:44,280 --> 00:38:46,198
What the hell did you do?

537
00:38:47,283 --> 00:38:48,200
It's cancer.

538
00:38:49,744 --> 00:38:51,203
You've been gone a while.

539
00:38:51,787 --> 00:38:54,081
[scoffs, sniffles]

540
00:38:54,957 --> 00:38:56,000
[Charlotte sighs]

541
00:38:59,879 --> 00:39:01,714
You are an asshole.

542
00:39:01,797 --> 00:39:02,965
[Jonah chuckles]

543
00:39:03,049 --> 00:39:04,759
[Wendy] How worried
do we have to be about Cade?

544
00:39:05,343 --> 00:39:07,511
Do you think
he'll go after Charlotte again?

545
00:39:07,595 --> 00:39:10,931
I don't know.
He's hell-bent on finding your money.

546
00:39:12,224 --> 00:39:13,684
Well, I trust that
that's not gonna happen.

547
00:39:16,270 --> 00:39:18,272
[ragged breathing]

548
00:39:19,148 --> 00:39:23,444
I mean, even if he runs away,
he'll still come back.

549
00:39:26,614 --> 00:39:27,948
He's my dad.

550
00:39:29,825 --> 00:39:31,452
I can't make him stop.

551
00:39:34,372 --> 00:39:35,498
I understand.

552
00:39:36,749 --> 00:39:38,751
[whirring]

553
00:39:49,637 --> 00:39:50,971
[cell phone ringing]

554
00:39:52,223 --> 00:39:53,265
[Jonah] You should take that.

555
00:40:00,606 --> 00:40:01,482
[Charlotte] Hi.

556
00:40:04,276 --> 00:40:05,444
Yeah, sorry I haven't called back.

557
00:40:05,528 --> 00:40:09,073
I just, um... I just had some shit
I need to figure out.

558
00:40:09,698 --> 00:40:12,701
Ruth said that you might be
leaving for good. Is that true?

559
00:40:15,579 --> 00:40:16,664
[Wyatt] I'm not sure.

560
00:40:19,500 --> 00:40:20,709
Did she say anything else?

561
00:40:21,627 --> 00:40:22,461
No.

562
00:40:26,924 --> 00:40:29,301
Were you serious about moving to Columbia?

563
00:40:35,266 --> 00:40:36,267
It's okay.

564
00:40:38,352 --> 00:40:39,478
I'm at my parents'.

565
00:40:42,106 --> 00:40:43,858
[inhales] Are you staying?

566
00:40:45,651 --> 00:40:47,027
[scoffs] I'm not sure, either.

567
00:40:51,115 --> 00:40:53,617
Hey, I think you should know. Um...

568
00:40:56,370 --> 00:40:58,664
I found out your dad didn't kill anyone.

569
00:41:00,541 --> 00:41:01,375
Positive?

570
00:41:02,460 --> 00:41:05,754
Yeah. Uh, I'll call you later, okay?

571
00:41:10,801 --> 00:41:12,136
[sighs]

572
00:41:12,219 --> 00:41:13,971
That was the right thing to do.

573
00:41:17,516 --> 00:41:19,685
You lied to me about killing Marty.

574
00:41:23,898 --> 00:41:25,316
I was trying to protect you.

575
00:41:30,696 --> 00:41:32,239
So, now you know.

576
00:41:34,950 --> 00:41:36,619
What are you gonna do about it?

577
00:41:38,579 --> 00:41:39,872
[exhales]

578
00:41:42,583 --> 00:41:44,210
I'm not gonna tell Three.

579
00:41:47,129 --> 00:41:48,923
If you don't wanna, don't.

580
00:41:51,884 --> 00:41:54,303
Your judgment always was better than mine.

581
00:41:58,724 --> 00:42:00,059
I still love you.

582
00:42:05,272 --> 00:42:06,649
You fucking better.

583
00:42:07,691 --> 00:42:08,984
[sniffles]

584
00:42:09,777 --> 00:42:10,778
I'm just...

585
00:42:12,655 --> 00:42:13,656
[exhales]

586
00:42:14,657 --> 00:42:17,243
I'm afraid I'm going insane.

587
00:42:19,495 --> 00:42:22,206
[stammers] I don't know what to think
about anything anymore.

588
00:42:22,289 --> 00:42:24,583
About Ruth, college, any of it.

589
00:42:25,543 --> 00:42:28,587
One moment, I wanna fucking smash
everything to little pieces,

590
00:42:28,671 --> 00:42:31,757
and then the next, I wanna pretend
like none of it ever happened.

591
00:42:34,969 --> 00:42:36,303
I don't know what to do.

592
00:42:45,062 --> 00:42:46,564
[Wendy] She needs protection.

593
00:42:47,439 --> 00:42:51,652
Yeah, well, um, what if we paid Cade
to leave town?

594
00:42:51,735 --> 00:42:52,653
You know?

595
00:42:52,736 --> 00:42:57,074
Otherwise, she'd just be too vulnerable
once she takes over the money.

596
00:42:59,743 --> 00:43:01,036
-Yeah.
-Yeah?

597
00:43:02,246 --> 00:43:07,126
I've also been thinking that we should
tell the kids that we're leaving tomorrow.

598
00:43:07,209 --> 00:43:09,086
No. Unh-unh.

599
00:43:09,587 --> 00:43:11,297
They've each been through a huge trauma.

600
00:43:11,380 --> 00:43:13,966
I don't wanna risk them being
too emotional, tipping our hand.

601
00:43:19,471 --> 00:43:21,640
Yeah. Should we go inside?

602
00:43:22,558 --> 00:43:24,643
No, I'm gonna stay out here
a few more minutes.

603
00:43:27,271 --> 00:43:30,274
-You okay? Got a pillow?
-Yeah. Yeah.

604
00:43:30,357 --> 00:43:31,191
[Marty] Good night.

605
00:43:41,619 --> 00:43:42,494
[Marty] Good night.

606
00:44:01,805 --> 00:44:02,931
[Wendy] You manage to eat out there?

607
00:44:04,099 --> 00:44:05,684
[Charlotte] I'm not helpless.

608
00:44:05,768 --> 00:44:07,728
I mean, if you're sleeping in a van...

609
00:44:08,395 --> 00:44:11,273
Look, all I'm saying is,
there's plenty, so eat up.

610
00:44:13,233 --> 00:44:15,653
Ruth, get on over here.

611
00:44:22,743 --> 00:44:24,203
So, is this one of those ceremonies

612
00:44:24,286 --> 00:44:27,831
that they, uh, christen the boat
with a bottle of champagne?

613
00:44:28,499 --> 00:44:31,502
I think that's just for ships
that are set to sail.

614
00:44:32,753 --> 00:44:34,797
Well, technically it could,
if you wanted it to.

615
00:44:34,880 --> 00:44:36,632
Not the way I fucking found it.

616
00:44:41,804 --> 00:44:42,638
So, uh...

617
00:44:43,972 --> 00:44:48,227
does this happen, like, every day?

618
00:44:48,644 --> 00:44:50,813
Unless we're on the run.
Then we eat in the car.

619
00:44:50,896 --> 00:44:52,815
-[chuckles]
-That's not funny.

620
00:44:54,066 --> 00:44:55,192
It was a little funny.

621
00:44:55,275 --> 00:44:59,321
Uh, the ceremony is to officially declare
the casino approved.

622
00:44:59,405 --> 00:45:01,198
Then it's down to work after that.

623
00:45:04,076 --> 00:45:05,035
Wait, where's Zeke?

624
00:45:06,286 --> 00:45:07,913
The state found a very nice home for him.

625
00:45:09,873 --> 00:45:13,127
What, so, that's it?
He just doesn't live with us anymore?

626
00:45:13,585 --> 00:45:15,754
Charlotte, it's the way
it was always supposed to be.

627
00:45:21,385 --> 00:45:22,386
What?

628
00:45:24,012 --> 00:45:27,474
Nothing. I'm just glad you're here.

629
00:45:35,315 --> 00:45:37,025
[Marty] Is any of that confusing?

630
00:45:37,109 --> 00:45:39,194
Once you know the cartel is gone,

631
00:45:39,278 --> 00:45:42,406
I'll take you by boat
to the seaplane at mile 24.

632
00:45:42,489 --> 00:45:45,534
You'll give me a bag, and it'll have
your cell phones and credit cards.

633
00:45:45,617 --> 00:45:48,162
Keep those here at the house.
Drive them around every once in a while.

634
00:45:48,245 --> 00:45:49,496
But, uh, in three weeks,

635
00:45:49,580 --> 00:45:52,666
I want you to pay someone to take them up
to Vancouver and dump them.

636
00:45:52,750 --> 00:45:53,584
And after that's done,

637
00:45:53,667 --> 00:45:56,170
I want you to call Helen
and tell her that we went on vacation

638
00:45:56,253 --> 00:46:00,299
and we haven't come back,
and we're not returning your calls. Okay?

639
00:46:00,382 --> 00:46:02,509
-Okay.
-Thank you.

640
00:46:06,138 --> 00:46:07,598
You're seeing my dad?

641
00:46:09,641 --> 00:46:11,101
It's gonna be all right.

642
00:46:40,839 --> 00:46:42,299
And what can I get you, hon?

643
00:46:42,382 --> 00:46:44,301
-Uh, coffee, please.
-Okay.

644
00:46:49,932 --> 00:46:51,391
Public place.

645
00:46:52,476 --> 00:46:55,103
You figure I won't make a scene,
is that it?

646
00:46:56,980 --> 00:46:58,190
You hurt my daughter.

647
00:46:59,608 --> 00:47:02,069
And because of you,
my fucking brothers are dead.

648
00:47:03,654 --> 00:47:08,534
Or does grief only count
when it happens to someone like you?

649
00:47:09,159 --> 00:47:11,495
-Here you go.
-Thank you.

650
00:47:11,578 --> 00:47:12,412
Sure thing.

651
00:47:17,125 --> 00:47:19,628
There's half a million dollars
in that bag on the floor.

652
00:47:21,088 --> 00:47:23,173
It's yours if you leave town immediately.

653
00:47:24,341 --> 00:47:28,136
No going back to the trailers,
no trying to talk to Ruth.

654
00:47:29,763 --> 00:47:33,767
You leave this café, and you get straight
on a highway out of town.

655
00:47:43,735 --> 00:47:45,028
[opens the bag]

656
00:47:51,076 --> 00:47:53,996
All you people ever understand is money.

657
00:47:57,249 --> 00:47:58,500
Is that a yes?

658
00:48:08,093 --> 00:48:11,680
So, uh, slots are gonna be
on the lower level there.

659
00:48:11,763 --> 00:48:13,432
Because you want people
to have to walk through them

660
00:48:13,515 --> 00:48:14,683
on the way to the other games, right?

661
00:48:14,766 --> 00:48:16,226
Yeah, that's right.

662
00:48:16,310 --> 00:48:18,020
Blackjack and roulette are
on the middle level

663
00:48:18,103 --> 00:48:20,355
and we cover the top
for poker and craps.

664
00:48:21,106 --> 00:48:25,068
-Hi. Everything okay? Yeah? Good.
-Mm-hmm.

665
00:48:25,152 --> 00:48:26,987
[Marty] Mr. Hodges, hello.

666
00:48:27,070 --> 00:48:30,365
-It's about that time. Are you ready?
-About as ready as I'll ever be.

667
00:48:30,449 --> 00:48:31,825
[chuckles] Is this your family?

668
00:48:31,909 --> 00:48:33,994
Yes, this is our daughter Charlotte
and our son Jonah.

669
00:48:34,077 --> 00:48:36,038
This is Mr. Hodges.
He's head of the gaming commission.

670
00:48:36,121 --> 00:48:39,207
You should know your parents are doing
something great here for the community.

671
00:48:43,211 --> 00:48:46,548
-You ready?
-Oh, yes, I am. That's for you, darling.

672
00:48:46,632 --> 00:48:48,634
-Oh, take care.
-Uh-huh.

673
00:48:52,512 --> 00:48:54,514
["Brandy" by Looking Glass
playing over radio]

674
00:48:54,598 --> 00:48:55,974
[Cade singing along]

675
00:48:56,058 --> 00:48:59,561
♪ There's a port on a western bay ♪

676
00:48:59,645 --> 00:49:03,315
♪ And it serves a hundred ships a day ♪

677
00:49:03,398 --> 00:49:07,527
♪ Lonely sailors pass the time away ♪

678
00:49:07,611 --> 00:49:10,364
♪ And talk about their homes ♪

679
00:49:10,948 --> 00:49:14,868
♪ And there's a girl in this harbor town ♪

680
00:49:14,952 --> 00:49:18,664
♪ And she works layin' whiskey down ♪

681
00:49:18,747 --> 00:49:24,878
♪ They say, "Brandy, fetch another round"
She serves them whiskey and wine... ♪

682
00:49:24,962 --> 00:49:26,463
[Cade] You're blocking the fucking road!

683
00:49:27,422 --> 00:49:30,884
Hey, asshole, it's just a dog.
Either leave it or drag it the fuck away.

684
00:49:30,968 --> 00:49:32,886
-[gunshots]
-[song continues playing]

685
00:49:32,970 --> 00:49:34,221
♪ Such a fine girl ♪

686
00:49:34,304 --> 00:49:39,184
♪ Yeah, your eyes 
Could steal a sailor from the sea ♪

687
00:49:42,270 --> 00:49:45,607
♪ Brandy wears a braided chain ♪

688
00:49:45,691 --> 00:49:49,569
♪ Made of finest silver 
From the north of Spain ♪

689
00:49:49,653 --> 00:49:56,159
♪ A locket that bears the name
Of a man that Brandy loved ♪

690
00:49:57,411 --> 00:50:00,789
♪ He came on a summer's day ♪

691
00:50:16,888 --> 00:50:19,224
-We have an issue.
-What type of issue?

692
00:50:20,684 --> 00:50:21,810
A threat.

693
00:50:24,146 --> 00:50:25,856
Before you say anything else,

694
00:50:26,356 --> 00:50:28,191
you might think
this is a simple conversation...

695
00:50:28,275 --> 00:50:29,609
-I don't.
-...but I promise you,

696
00:50:29,693 --> 00:50:31,153
it is more difficult than you comprehend.

697
00:50:31,236 --> 00:50:35,115
Once you tell me something,
it can't be retracted.

698
00:50:38,035 --> 00:50:40,120
I know what you're saying,
and I understand.

699
00:50:41,163 --> 00:50:42,164
No, you don't.

700
00:50:43,874 --> 00:50:45,333
You can't. Not really.

701
00:50:47,544 --> 00:50:48,920
Your whole body changes.

702
00:50:49,629 --> 00:50:51,965
The way you smell, your reflection,

703
00:50:52,049 --> 00:50:54,843
how it feels
when your husband touches you.

704
00:50:55,927 --> 00:50:58,096
That doesn't change the fact
that we still have an issue.

705
00:51:27,084 --> 00:51:28,376
We should take our places.

706
00:51:30,754 --> 00:51:31,838
We're not running.

707
00:51:32,589 --> 00:51:33,423
What do you mean?

708
00:51:34,132 --> 00:51:36,343
We're not leaving the Ozarks.
It's not safe to go.

709
00:51:39,429 --> 00:51:40,889
Wendy, it's not safe to stay.

710
00:51:42,516 --> 00:51:46,520
You're not acting out of logic.
You're acting out of emotion.

711
00:51:46,603 --> 00:51:50,482
And I know I've asked you to be
more emotional. I've begged.

712
00:51:50,565 --> 00:51:52,192
So, I love you for it,

713
00:51:52,275 --> 00:51:55,070
but I am not getting on that plane
and neither are the kids.

714
00:51:55,153 --> 00:51:56,863
Okay, you're just scared.

715
00:51:57,447 --> 00:51:59,282
Don't worry about it.
I've got everything under control.

716
00:51:59,366 --> 00:52:00,700
-No, you don't.
-Yes, I do.

717
00:52:00,784 --> 00:52:01,701
Unh-unh.

718
00:52:03,078 --> 00:52:04,955
You're running away from Mason's death.

719
00:52:05,038 --> 00:52:07,332
You're trying to kidnap Charlotte
so she can't leave the family.

720
00:52:07,415 --> 00:52:09,417
And you were right all along.

721
00:52:09,501 --> 00:52:12,796
We can't make emotional decisions
based on other people's choices.

722
00:52:12,879 --> 00:52:17,926
So we just have to wake up and make
the right choices for us and our kids.

723
00:52:18,009 --> 00:52:21,638
And right now, that means staying put.

724
00:52:23,431 --> 00:52:26,518
You're telling me this now? Here?

725
00:52:27,936 --> 00:52:29,563
I didn't have time to argue.

726
00:52:35,610 --> 00:52:37,028
[clears throat]

727
00:52:52,210 --> 00:52:53,503
Call the coroner's office.

728
00:52:56,298 --> 00:52:57,632
This is not sustainable.

729
00:52:57,716 --> 00:53:02,637
What, and running is? Hiring surrogates?
Changing identities?

730
00:53:05,974 --> 00:53:08,560
-What if this is the Gold Coast?
-It's not.

731
00:53:08,643 --> 00:53:09,644
[Wendy] Hmm.

732
00:53:10,520 --> 00:53:12,147
We only know what it's been.

733
00:53:13,648 --> 00:53:15,108
What about what it could be?

734
00:53:16,026 --> 00:53:17,319
I mean, you've said so yourself,

735
00:53:17,402 --> 00:53:19,946
once the casino is up and running,
it's like clockwork.

736
00:53:20,697 --> 00:53:22,532
You could go back
to just working the numbers.

737
00:53:22,616 --> 00:53:25,035
The kids are in school. We have roots.

738
00:53:25,118 --> 00:53:28,038
We've sacrificed too fucking much
in order to run.

739
00:53:28,121 --> 00:53:30,707
We will get that baby away
from Darlene. Don't worry.

740
00:53:30,790 --> 00:53:31,791
And what about the Kansas City mob?

741
00:53:31,875 --> 00:53:35,795
Wendy, I played a game of fucking chicken
with them because I knew we were running.

742
00:53:36,254 --> 00:53:37,923
We're not alone here.

743
00:53:39,799 --> 00:53:43,386
We have partners who are very grateful
for what we've done.

744
00:53:46,348 --> 00:53:48,350
Always better to be
the person holding the gun

745
00:53:48,433 --> 00:53:50,227
than the one running from the gunman.

746
00:53:50,310 --> 00:53:52,312
[Hodges over microphone] If you could
all take your seats, please.

747
00:54:10,830 --> 00:54:13,041
What were you and Mom talking about?

748
00:54:16,169 --> 00:54:19,923
Do you still wanna be emancipated?
Because if you do, I won't fight it.

749
00:54:20,006 --> 00:54:22,759
[Hodges] All right.
I wanna thank you all for coming.

750
00:54:22,842 --> 00:54:25,011
It's a great day in the Ozarks.

751
00:54:25,095 --> 00:54:25,929
As you know,

752
00:54:26,012 --> 00:54:29,683
the legislature recently decided
to grant a 14th casino license,

753
00:54:29,766 --> 00:54:32,394
and I'm thrilled to announce
that it will live here,

754
00:54:32,477 --> 00:54:35,355
smack dab in the heart of Missouri.

755
00:54:35,981 --> 00:54:37,023
So, without further ado,

756
00:54:37,107 --> 00:54:39,442
I'd like to introduce the man
who got us unstuck

757
00:54:39,526 --> 00:54:42,946
from that unlucky 13, Marty Byrde.

758
00:54:49,244 --> 00:54:50,745
[Marty over microphone]
Thank you very much.

759
00:54:51,413 --> 00:54:52,998
Up until a very short time ago,

760
00:54:53,081 --> 00:54:55,750
I wasn't sure what life
was about to look like.

761
00:55:02,007 --> 00:55:03,842
My family and I came here to the Ozarks

762
00:55:03,925 --> 00:55:08,305
to escape our old life in Chicago
and start a new one.

763
00:55:08,388 --> 00:55:09,848
And now here we are.

764
00:55:11,308 --> 00:55:15,353
Our kids are in school,
we have started businesses,

765
00:55:16,021 --> 00:55:19,107
we have even buried someone...

766
00:55:23,737 --> 00:55:25,572
very dear to our family.

767
00:55:25,655 --> 00:55:29,743
And for all of these reasons,
we are now a part of the land here,

768
00:55:30,785 --> 00:55:34,789
and there is a permanence to our life
that we simply cannot undo.

769
00:55:37,250 --> 00:55:40,712
It has made me reevaluate
what it means to be a husband

770
00:55:41,796 --> 00:55:45,300
and to be a father and to be a neighbor.

771
00:55:45,383 --> 00:55:50,180
[Darlene] ♪ I keep a close watch
On this heart of mine ♪

772
00:55:50,847 --> 00:55:56,061
♪ I keep my eyes wide open all the time ♪

773
00:55:56,895 --> 00:55:58,271
-[continues singing]
-[Marty] I've realized that

774
00:55:58,355 --> 00:56:01,900
what holds everything together is trust,
and I would like to take this opportunity

775
00:56:01,983 --> 00:56:04,569
to thank you people here in the Ozarks...

776
00:56:04,652 --> 00:56:06,571
-for trusting us.
-♪ Because you're mine ♪

777
00:56:07,322 --> 00:56:09,366
♪ I walk the line ♪

778
00:56:11,117 --> 00:56:12,660
[Darlene continues humming]

779
00:56:22,837 --> 00:56:26,424
[Marty] Someone recently told me
that, standing in this very spot, 

780
00:56:26,508 --> 00:56:28,343
I would be able to see my future.

781
00:56:31,596 --> 00:56:34,015
I understand now how true that is.

782
00:56:35,225 --> 00:56:40,480
I hope a lot of you have the same sense
of what is on the way.

783
00:56:45,819 --> 00:56:46,903
To prosperity.

784
00:57:01,251 --> 00:57:04,003
I need you to know,
I understand why you might wanna leave.

785
00:57:04,879 --> 00:57:07,757
And maybe we're never gonna be
the kind of family

786
00:57:08,383 --> 00:57:10,802
who listens to music
and sings into hairbrushes,

787
00:57:12,429 --> 00:57:13,888
but we're still a family.

788
00:57:15,265 --> 00:57:18,017
And your father and I love you
more than anything in the world.

789
00:57:19,269 --> 00:57:21,104
And there was a time
when I wanted to leave, too.

790
00:57:21,187 --> 00:57:24,190
And, yes, I had an affair.

791
00:57:25,984 --> 00:57:30,655
And I did it because
I wanted to be someone else.

792
00:57:30,738 --> 00:57:32,198
I wanted to live a different life.

793
00:57:32,282 --> 00:57:35,034
And I was so wrong.

794
00:57:37,287 --> 00:57:41,666
Because this is who I am
and this is who I wanna be.

795
00:57:45,003 --> 00:57:46,463
Just think about it.

796
00:57:47,839 --> 00:57:48,673
Okay?

797
00:58:06,774 --> 00:58:09,235
You don't have to do this right now
if you don't want.

798
00:58:10,403 --> 00:58:11,321
I know.

799
00:58:20,330 --> 00:58:21,414
That's him.

800
00:58:24,501 --> 00:58:30,673
Can you give me a minute, maybe? Alone?

801
00:58:31,591 --> 00:58:34,469
Yeah, of course. Absolutely.

802
00:59:06,626 --> 00:59:07,627
[sniffles]

803
00:59:18,638 --> 00:59:20,139
[sniffles]

804
00:59:52,964 --> 00:59:54,257
Goodbye, Daddy.

805
00:59:54,340 --> 00:59:55,633
[sniffles]

806
00:59:55,717 --> 00:59:58,136
Can I get a photo of the whole family?

807
00:59:58,219 --> 01:00:00,638
In one second.
I just have to say hi to somebody.

808
01:00:00,722 --> 01:00:01,681
-Sure. Mm-hmm.
-Pardon me.

809
01:00:01,764 --> 01:00:02,765
Oh.

810
01:00:04,976 --> 01:00:06,394
Congratulations.

811
01:00:06,477 --> 01:00:08,813
You must be excited
to get back to Chicago.

812
01:00:09,188 --> 01:00:12,025
The car's already gassed. Not that I have
anything against this place.

813
01:00:12,108 --> 01:00:14,193
It's just, you know,
I hate this fucking place.

814
01:00:17,238 --> 01:00:21,034
You should know,
I had word from my associate,

815
01:00:21,117 --> 01:00:23,036
Ruth Langmore's father's dead.

816
01:00:25,413 --> 01:00:26,289
Dead?

817
01:00:27,624 --> 01:00:29,417
He was gunned down
on the road leaving town.

818
01:00:29,500 --> 01:00:33,588
That's all I know. I just...
I just thought you should be aware.

819
01:00:42,847 --> 01:00:43,890
[woman] Ready for the picture?

820
01:00:43,973 --> 01:00:45,391
-Sure, sure.
-[woman] Great.

821
01:00:46,601 --> 01:00:48,519
Yeah, if we can get the kids
on either side.

822
01:00:50,355 --> 01:00:54,692
This is all so exciting.
You guys are like heroes.

823
01:00:54,776 --> 01:00:56,027
[Wendy chuckles softly]

824
01:00:58,446 --> 01:00:59,656
I love you.

825
01:01:02,992 --> 01:01:05,161
-Marty.
-I love you.

826
01:01:07,163 --> 01:01:08,373
[woman] Okay, ready?

827
01:01:11,084 --> 01:01:11,959
Smile.

828
01:01:14,754 --> 01:01:16,047
[camera shutter clicks]

829
01:01:16,881 --> 01:01:18,883
["Drip Drop" by Dion playing]

830
01:01:20,093 --> 01:01:25,431
♪ Hey, the roof is leakin'
And the rain's fallin' on my head ♪

831
01:01:26,140 --> 01:01:27,475
♪ It won't stop ♪

832
01:01:28,643 --> 01:01:33,231
♪ The roof is leakin'
And the rain's fallin' on my head ♪

833
01:01:33,856 --> 01:01:35,400
♪ I need a mop ♪

834
01:01:36,401 --> 01:01:41,197
♪ I cried so hard
Teardrops on my bed ♪

835
01:01:41,948 --> 01:01:43,783
♪ Drippity-drop, yes ♪

836
01:01:43,866 --> 01:01:48,705
♪ She packed up her bags
And she moved out on the midnight train ♪

837
01:01:48,788 --> 01:01:51,791
-♪ Drip, drip, drippity-drop ♪
-♪ Got no brain ♪

838
01:01:51,874 --> 01:01:56,546
♪ She packed up her bag
And she moved out on the midnight train ♪

839
01:01:56,629 --> 01:01:59,799
-♪ Drip, drip, drippity-drop ♪
-♪ Girl's insane ♪

840
01:01:59,882 --> 01:02:04,470
♪ She took my heart
Tears rollin' down my drain ♪

841
01:02:04,554 --> 01:02:07,223
-♪ Drip, drip, drippity-drop ♪
-♪ Just like rain ♪

842
01:02:07,890 --> 01:02:11,060
♪ My buddy come to see me
To give me a tip, tip, tip ♪

843
01:02:11,144 --> 01:02:15,064
♪ I said now, listen here, friend
I tell ya I'm hip, hip, hip ♪

844
01:02:15,148 --> 01:02:19,318
♪ Why don't ya mind your own business?
Shut your lip, lip, lip ♪

845
01:02:19,694 --> 01:02:23,072
♪ I know when my girl
Gimme the slip, slip, slip ♪

846
01:02:23,156 --> 01:02:28,411
♪ I said the roof is leakin'
Rain's fallin' on my head ♪

847
01:02:28,494 --> 01:02:31,330
-♪ Drip, drip, Drippity-drop ♪
-♪ Oh, yeah ♪

848
01:02:31,414 --> 01:02:36,502
♪ I cried so hard
Teardrops on my bed ♪

849
01:02:37,044 --> 01:02:39,839
♪ All over the floor
That's what I said ♪

850
01:02:39,964 --> 01:02:43,342
-♪ Drip, drip, drippity-drop ♪
-♪ Hey ♪

851
01:02:43,426 --> 01:02:45,344
-♪ Hey ♪
-♪ Drip, drip ♪

852
01:02:45,428 --> 01:02:46,846
-♪ Hey ♪
-♪ Drippity-drop ♪

853
01:02:46,929 --> 01:02:48,931
-♪ Hey ♪
-♪ Drip, drip ♪

854
01:02:49,015 --> 01:02:50,850
-♪ Hey ♪
-♪ Drippity-drop ♪

855
01:02:50,933 --> 01:02:52,852
-♪ Hey ♪
-♪ Drip, drip ♪

856
01:02:52,935 --> 01:02:54,353
-♪ Hey ♪
-♪ Drippity-drop ♪

857
01:02:54,937 --> 01:02:55,980
♪ Hey ♪

858
01:02:56,522 --> 01:02:57,356
♪ Hey ♪

859
01:02:58,524 --> 01:02:59,358
♪ Hey ♪

860
01:02:59,442 --> 01:03:02,028
-♪ Drip, drip, drippity-drop ♪
-♪ Hey ♪

861
01:03:02,111 --> 01:03:05,865
♪ Well, my buddy come to see me
To give me a tip, tip, tip ♪

862
01:03:05,948 --> 01:03:10,077
♪ I said now, listen here, friend
I tell ya I'm hip, hip, hip ♪

863
01:03:10,161 --> 01:03:14,123
♪ Why don't ya mind your own business?
Close your lip, lip, lip ♪

864
01:03:14,665 --> 01:03:18,377
♪ I know when my girl
Gimme the slip, slip, slip ♪

865
01:03:18,461 --> 01:03:23,382
♪ I said the roof is leakin'
Rain's fallin' on my head ♪

866
01:03:24,217 --> 01:03:25,134
♪ Drippity-drop ♪

867
01:03:26,010 --> 01:03:31,641
♪ Well, I cried so hard
Tears flowin' on my bed ♪

868
01:03:31,724 --> 01:03:35,394
♪ On the floor, on the rug
And on the wall, yeah... ♪
 
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Ozark Season 2 Script Episode 9

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 2 - episode 9
"The Badger"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
Martin Zimmerman
Paul Kolsby
Ning Zhoe

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S02-Ep.09: "The Badger"

Marty finds a way around the Snells. Charlotte hires a lawyer. The Byrdes get a meeting with the gaming commission, whose approval comes with a big ask.

TRANSCRIPTION

1
00:00:22,355 --> 00:00:23,690
[woman] So, what was it like?

2
00:00:25,108 --> 00:00:27,360
All you ever hear on the news
is just how bad it is,

3
00:00:27,444 --> 00:00:30,238
but it has to be at least
a little exciting, right?

4
00:00:31,156 --> 00:00:33,867
Traveling all across the world
for your country?

5
00:00:35,952 --> 00:00:37,203
I'd sure be excited.

6
00:00:39,039 --> 00:00:42,333
Then again, I've never really
even left Missouri, so...

7
00:00:43,043 --> 00:00:45,837
[sighs] Five more minutes
listening to her,

8
00:00:45,920 --> 00:00:48,131
you're gonna wish you'd died
in a ditch in Hue.

9
00:00:48,673 --> 00:00:49,841
Excuse me.

10
00:00:49,924 --> 00:00:51,176
Oh, you heard me.

11
00:00:51,259 --> 00:00:55,430
Sure, she's pretty and all,
but that's only gonna get you so far.

12
00:00:55,513 --> 00:00:57,223
Now, miss, what gives you
the right to come in here

13
00:00:57,307 --> 00:00:59,476
and insult a respectable young woman?

14
00:00:59,559 --> 00:01:01,561
[chuckles] "Respectable"?
Is that what they say

15
00:01:01,644 --> 00:01:03,688
when they mean more boring
than a church social?

16
00:01:03,772 --> 00:01:04,647
I'm not boring.

17
00:01:04,731 --> 00:01:07,650
Ooh! Anyone tells you they're not boring's
got one foot in the grave.

18
00:01:08,193 --> 00:01:10,737
Or are you telling me
you made it back from 'Nam unscathed

19
00:01:10,820 --> 00:01:12,822
just to come home and run out the clock?

20
00:01:15,033 --> 00:01:18,787
Drop a ten on the table,
follow me out that door,

21
00:01:19,704 --> 00:01:22,373
I promise I'll at least
make it interesting.

22
00:01:26,878 --> 00:01:31,674
♪ And I need you
More than want you ♪

23
00:01:32,592 --> 00:01:37,639
♪ And I want you for all time... ♪

24
00:01:40,767 --> 00:01:43,520
[woman] A gentleman
never lets a lady go in alone.

25
00:01:43,603 --> 00:01:46,189
Miss, what makes you so sure
I'm a gentleman?

26
00:01:46,272 --> 00:01:47,232
I'm Darlene.

27
00:01:48,858 --> 00:01:51,194
Got the feeling
you're all kinds of trouble, Darlene.

28
00:01:51,277 --> 00:01:52,904
Only the best kinds.

29
00:01:54,656 --> 00:01:55,907
[Darlene shouts]

30
00:02:16,594 --> 00:02:17,846
[Darlene] Hold on, baby.

31
00:02:19,806 --> 00:02:23,601
Please, please, please, just hold on.

32
00:02:27,605 --> 00:02:28,690
[rapid gunfire]

33
00:02:28,773 --> 00:02:30,441
Drive, you idiot.

34
00:02:31,484 --> 00:02:32,902
[tires screeching]

35
00:02:40,994 --> 00:02:46,249
Jacob. Oh, God.
Don't you go and die on me, baby.

36
00:02:49,502 --> 00:02:51,838
Oh, God, don't you die on me.

37
00:03:14,944 --> 00:03:15,945
Thank you.

38
00:03:16,029 --> 00:03:19,365
[Wendy inhales, exhales]

39
00:03:19,616 --> 00:03:20,617
What's going on?

40
00:03:21,242 --> 00:03:23,953
-Your sister is upset.
-Upset?

41
00:03:24,537 --> 00:03:25,663
Okay, more than upset.

42
00:03:25,747 --> 00:03:27,957
She doesn't wanna be a member
of this family anymore.

43
00:03:28,583 --> 00:03:30,168
-What are you talking about?
-I'm emancipating.

44
00:03:30,251 --> 00:03:31,461
You are not emancipating.

45
00:03:32,795 --> 00:03:34,047
I don't... I don't understand.

46
00:03:34,130 --> 00:03:36,090
It just means I'll be in charge
of my own decisions.

47
00:03:36,174 --> 00:03:41,346
We are so close to working out
what I admit is a terrible situation.

48
00:03:41,429 --> 00:03:44,182
But right now,
you are being really fucking selfish.

49
00:03:45,725 --> 00:03:47,227
-That's not helpful.
-[scoffs] Well...

50
00:03:47,852 --> 00:03:51,105
-We're gonna get through this, okay?
-Oh, is that a cliché or a platitude?

51
00:03:51,189 --> 00:03:52,357
[Wendy] Mmm.

52
00:03:52,440 --> 00:03:54,108
I'm trying to see your side here.

53
00:03:58,488 --> 00:04:01,950
You're scared. You both are.

54
00:04:02,992 --> 00:04:07,121
You know I'm right.
You're scared, and you should be.

55
00:04:09,916 --> 00:04:12,627
So, you understand how this works, right?
That's what you're saying?

56
00:04:13,253 --> 00:04:14,587
That's part of the threat?

57
00:04:15,171 --> 00:04:18,341
So, you're really gonna get a lawyer
who's gonna ask questions?

58
00:04:18,424 --> 00:04:22,553
Who's gonna file papers in court stating
exactly why you wanna be emancipated?

59
00:04:22,637 --> 00:04:25,348
So, I'm just wondering...
I'm wondering, what are you gonna say

60
00:04:26,099 --> 00:04:28,476
that's gonna keep us
from all being arrested?

61
00:04:29,811 --> 00:04:30,812
Or killed?

62
00:04:35,358 --> 00:04:37,026
Jonah, pass the pancakes.

63
00:04:37,944 --> 00:04:38,778
Now!

64
00:04:39,946 --> 00:04:40,947
Thank you.

65
00:04:43,116 --> 00:04:44,325
[sighs]

66
00:04:46,077 --> 00:04:47,328
[Jacob] What happened?

67
00:04:49,539 --> 00:04:55,336
[Darlene] The Mexicans tried to kill you,
but God had another plan.

68
00:04:57,964 --> 00:05:03,261
He sent that bullet straight through
your shoulder, clean entry and exit.

69
00:05:04,012 --> 00:05:06,055
Now, you lost a lot of blood,

70
00:05:06,139 --> 00:05:11,227
but you will be out of that bed
and up in a day.

71
00:05:13,187 --> 00:05:14,439
[straining] Where am I?

72
00:05:15,523 --> 00:05:16,983
You're at home.

73
00:05:18,234 --> 00:05:24,240
Hospitals mean police reports,
and police attention limits our options.

74
00:05:25,074 --> 00:05:26,409
Here you are, honey.

75
00:05:27,327 --> 00:05:28,411
[Jacob grunts]

76
00:05:31,122 --> 00:05:33,041
-Darlene.
-What?

77
00:05:34,417 --> 00:05:38,629
Don't you be making
any reckless moves without me.

78
00:05:38,713 --> 00:05:43,843
Don't you worry about me, baby.
You just rest.

79
00:05:43,926 --> 00:05:46,262
If you do anything foolish...

80
00:05:46,346 --> 00:05:48,348
[shushing]

81
00:05:49,515 --> 00:05:53,394
You just worry about
getting your strength back.

82
00:05:54,812 --> 00:05:59,442
I am perfectly capable
of handling the rest.

83
00:05:59,525 --> 00:06:01,027
[breathing heavily]

84
00:06:02,028 --> 00:06:05,365
[hip hop music playing]

85
00:06:18,252 --> 00:06:20,421
Try to at least pretend
like you're a professional.

86
00:06:20,505 --> 00:06:21,672
Yeah, I thought you were off today.

87
00:06:21,756 --> 00:06:23,466
Well, somebody's gotta feed
the fucking animals.

88
00:06:23,549 --> 00:06:25,301
-[man] Everybody on the ground!
-[gunshot]

89
00:06:25,385 --> 00:06:27,011
[all screaming]

90
00:06:27,095 --> 00:06:27,929
[Sam] It's okay. It's okay.

91
00:06:28,012 --> 00:06:31,349
Hey. Hey.
No reason anybody needs to get hurt, okay?

92
00:06:31,432 --> 00:06:33,768
We totally understand
that you have all the power--

93
00:06:33,851 --> 00:06:34,977
-[grunts]
-[all scream]

94
00:06:35,061 --> 00:06:36,938
[man] Who's in fucking charge?

95
00:06:40,441 --> 00:06:41,859
[Ruth breathing heavily]

96
00:06:42,944 --> 00:06:43,945
You don't wanna be doing this!

97
00:06:44,028 --> 00:06:46,406
You're next, sweetie.
Don't make this fucking hard.

98
00:06:46,489 --> 00:06:48,741
Move. Anybody moves, you shoot.

99
00:06:51,619 --> 00:06:53,371
[man] Move, girl! I said move.

100
00:06:54,205 --> 00:06:56,207
What the fuck are you doing?

101
00:06:58,668 --> 00:07:00,753
And what are you doing
dragging Wyatt to it?

102
00:07:00,837 --> 00:07:02,922
You keep dragging my ass
on a wild-goose chase,

103
00:07:03,005 --> 00:07:04,924
this is what you get. [inhales deeply]

104
00:07:06,217 --> 00:07:08,469
Now, open the goddamn safe.

105
00:07:09,262 --> 00:07:12,181
There's cameras all over the main floor.

106
00:07:12,265 --> 00:07:14,434
You think a mask from the dollar store

107
00:07:14,517 --> 00:07:16,185
is gonna stop the cops
from figuring it out?

108
00:07:16,269 --> 00:07:19,397
I don't give a shit! Now open the safe!

109
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[inhales sharply]

110
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You don't wanna do this, Daddy.

111
00:07:26,863 --> 00:07:28,197
Oh...

112
00:07:28,990 --> 00:07:31,200
I already am, baby girl.

113
00:07:33,578 --> 00:07:35,121
Now, open the safe.

114
00:07:41,669 --> 00:07:44,464
[siren wailing]

115
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[Nix] Okay. So, two men.
One older, one younger.

116
00:07:49,427 --> 00:07:55,766
And the older one, white male, dark eyes,
gravelly voice? You ever seen him before?

117
00:07:56,684 --> 00:07:58,853
No, I-- No, I didn't.

118
00:08:01,731 --> 00:08:03,941
How much money was in the safe,
do you think?

119
00:08:04,984 --> 00:08:07,653
[Ruth scoffs] I don't know.

120
00:08:07,737 --> 00:08:10,490
Fifteen, 20 grand,
or something like that.

121
00:08:10,573 --> 00:08:12,200
Mm-hmm. That normal?

122
00:08:12,283 --> 00:08:16,120
I mean, I didn't deposit it yet.
From the weekend.

123
00:08:16,913 --> 00:08:19,916
[sighs] Is there anyone you might've told
how much was in the safe?

124
00:08:19,999 --> 00:08:23,252
Like, I don't know,
maybe someone out on parole?

125
00:08:25,713 --> 00:08:28,508
Look, I know what you're thinking.

126
00:08:29,217 --> 00:08:31,969
How do you know what I'm thinking
if I'm just now thinking it?

127
00:08:32,053 --> 00:08:34,055
[Marty] You're thinking that
it was an inside job.

128
00:08:36,349 --> 00:08:37,767
Ruth, you know who did this?

129
00:08:40,019 --> 00:08:44,106
No. I swear to fucking God, I don't.

130
00:08:45,066 --> 00:08:47,902
There you go. There you have it.

131
00:08:48,945 --> 00:08:50,238
[Nix sighs]

132
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I'm gonna go talk to some witnesses.
We'll talk again.

133
00:09:03,876 --> 00:09:06,337
I promise,
I didn't know he was gonna do this.

134
00:09:07,922 --> 00:09:11,551
I believe you. Who was that with him?
Was that Wyatt? Hmm?

135
00:09:11,634 --> 00:09:14,136
My dad dragged him into this.
He's not a criminal.

136
00:09:14,220 --> 00:09:17,098
I'll get you your money back,
every fucking penny of this.

137
00:09:17,181 --> 00:09:19,475
-This just can't come out, Marty, okay?
-[cell phone ringing]

138
00:09:19,559 --> 00:09:22,311
Please. You gotta protect him.

139
00:09:22,937 --> 00:09:23,813
Hello.

140
00:09:28,150 --> 00:09:30,778
Jesus Christ. All right.
I'll be right there.

141
00:09:31,612 --> 00:09:32,780
Stick to your story.

142
00:09:38,077 --> 00:09:39,787
[chattering]

143
00:09:44,584 --> 00:09:45,710
[Marty] Hi, there.

144
00:09:45,793 --> 00:09:47,670
Excuse me. You mind telling me
what the hell's going on?

145
00:09:47,753 --> 00:09:49,130
No one goes through.

146
00:09:49,213 --> 00:09:50,131
Right. Well, look.

147
00:09:50,214 --> 00:09:51,674
I got all these workers,
all this equipment.

148
00:09:51,757 --> 00:09:53,175
They should've been on that land
three hours ago.

149
00:09:53,259 --> 00:09:55,511
-We have an access road to build.
-Not my problem.

150
00:09:56,095 --> 00:09:59,056
Okay. You mind radioing Jacob, at least?

151
00:09:59,140 --> 00:10:01,183
Or someone who can tell me
what the fuck is going on?

152
00:10:01,267 --> 00:10:03,477
[Darlene] Jacob is indisposed.

153
00:10:03,561 --> 00:10:04,645
Hey, Darlene.

154
00:10:04,729 --> 00:10:09,108
He's been temporarily laid up
by one of your boss' bullets.

155
00:10:11,485 --> 00:10:12,486
What are you talking about?

156
00:10:13,279 --> 00:10:14,739
Oh, poor thing.

157
00:10:15,656 --> 00:10:18,868
Did they not tell you
that they were gonna try and kill us?

158
00:10:21,871 --> 00:10:22,913
What?

159
00:10:23,497 --> 00:10:26,834
Suffice to say, our little deal is dead.

160
00:10:27,418 --> 00:10:30,546
You best start sniffing elsewhere
for your casino.

161
00:10:39,597 --> 00:10:41,724
[Marty] Since when is it prudent
to try to off your partners

162
00:10:41,807 --> 00:10:43,809
before a deal is even finalized?

163
00:10:43,893 --> 00:10:47,229
I must have missed that issue
of the Harvard Business Review.

164
00:10:47,313 --> 00:10:50,566
[Helen] I told you, the cartel is gonna do
what the cartel is gonna do.

165
00:10:50,650 --> 00:10:52,568
-[Marty] Right.
-[Helen] Your job was to find a way

166
00:10:52,652 --> 00:10:54,320
to make this deal without the Snells.

167
00:10:54,403 --> 00:10:57,281
I was in the middle of trying
to figure out if that's even possible.

168
00:10:57,365 --> 00:10:58,658
I did not say it was done.

169
00:10:58,741 --> 00:11:00,451
The Snells poisoned my client's product.

170
00:11:00,534 --> 00:11:02,745
My client couldn't allow
such brazen disrespect

171
00:11:02,828 --> 00:11:03,913
without a proportional response.

172
00:11:03,996 --> 00:11:05,748
We completely understand
your client's need for respect.

173
00:11:05,831 --> 00:11:07,166
-Are you fucking kidding me?
-[Wendy] Marty--

174
00:11:07,249 --> 00:11:11,045
I mean, your client's
little ego trip just completely fucked us.

175
00:11:11,128 --> 00:11:13,255
It fucked the casino,
and he pissed away $50 million.

176
00:11:13,339 --> 00:11:15,424
It wasn't my decision.
I wasn't even informed of it.

177
00:11:15,508 --> 00:11:16,550
How do we salvage this?

178
00:11:16,634 --> 00:11:20,012
Find a way to immediately
cut the Snells out of this deal.

179
00:11:20,096 --> 00:11:21,430
We're not salvaging shit.

180
00:11:21,514 --> 00:11:23,099
[Helen] It's the first
law of power, Marty.

181
00:11:23,182 --> 00:11:26,727
Those who can, shit on others.
Those who can't, clean it up.

182
00:11:27,520 --> 00:11:29,355
I'm not playing
your fucking games anymore.

183
00:11:29,438 --> 00:11:31,857
-[Helen] You don't have an option.
-Neither do you.

184
00:11:31,941 --> 00:11:34,318
And neither does your client,
if he wants to keep his $50 million.

185
00:11:34,402 --> 00:11:36,487
You think I'm the only one
over a fucking barrel?

186
00:11:36,570 --> 00:11:37,738
Clean up your own shit.

187
00:11:42,743 --> 00:11:43,744
He'll do it.

188
00:11:47,915 --> 00:11:49,125
[Wyatt] Ruth, I love this sweatshirt--

189
00:11:49,208 --> 00:11:52,545
Just take it off and throw it
in the fucking fire. Now!

190
00:11:52,628 --> 00:11:56,340
If you get popped for armed robbery,
they throw you away for 15 years.

191
00:11:56,424 --> 00:11:57,508
[Three] Nah, more like ten.

192
00:11:57,591 --> 00:12:01,220
Shut up, Three.
And you can fucking forget about college.

193
00:12:01,303 --> 00:12:03,931
I don't see what the big deal is.
They didn't even break and enter.

194
00:12:04,014 --> 00:12:05,933
There were people in a club, Three,

195
00:12:06,016 --> 00:12:08,686
which makes it robbery,
as opposed to burglary.

196
00:12:08,769 --> 00:12:11,188
And Wyatt had a deadly weapon
in his hands.

197
00:12:11,981 --> 00:12:13,733
What the fuck's the matter with you?

198
00:12:13,816 --> 00:12:16,068
Cade said you were in on it.
How am I supposed to know?

199
00:12:16,152 --> 00:12:17,653
[Ruth] And you believed him?

200
00:12:19,405 --> 00:12:21,240
How much money did he give you?

201
00:12:21,866 --> 00:12:22,742
Why?

202
00:12:22,825 --> 00:12:24,452
'Cause I'm giving it back to Marty.

203
00:12:25,244 --> 00:12:28,497
Fuck that.
I'm not giving him a fucking thing.

204
00:12:28,581 --> 00:12:31,041
He just promised not
to rat you out, dipshit.

205
00:12:31,125 --> 00:12:32,626
He just got you back into school.

206
00:12:32,710 --> 00:12:34,879
Yeah, 'cause he feels guilty
about killing my dad.

207
00:12:36,380 --> 00:12:38,382
-He didn't kill your dad.
-You don't know that.

208
00:12:38,466 --> 00:12:40,551
Just shut the fuck up about it, okay?

209
00:12:44,430 --> 00:12:45,973
Just stay away from Cade, all right?

210
00:12:46,515 --> 00:12:48,976
What's he supposed to do?
Uncle Cade lives right there.

211
00:12:51,187 --> 00:12:53,314
What do you think I'm about to say?

212
00:12:55,691 --> 00:12:57,610
[sighs] "Shut up, Three"?

213
00:13:01,322 --> 00:13:03,699
So, how much money'd Cade give you?

214
00:13:04,575 --> 00:13:05,701
Five grand.

215
00:13:08,204 --> 00:13:13,375
Okay. This is where you give it back.
Right now.

216
00:13:33,437 --> 00:13:35,981
-I've got this, okay?
-[door opens]

217
00:13:38,317 --> 00:13:41,862
Mr. and Mrs. Byrde.
I'm Gena Bracken.

218
00:13:42,613 --> 00:13:44,406
I'll be representing Charlotte.

219
00:13:45,908 --> 00:13:47,368
I'm sorry, who are you?

220
00:13:47,451 --> 00:13:50,746
Your daughter's attorney
in her emancipation case.

221
00:13:51,664 --> 00:13:55,668
I've gone to the trouble of drawing up
Charlotte's emancipation papers.

222
00:13:56,418 --> 00:13:58,212
As soon as you and your husband sign them,

223
00:13:58,295 --> 00:14:00,840
Charlotte will become
an emancipated minor.

224
00:14:01,507 --> 00:14:02,967
We can put all this behind us.

225
00:14:04,760 --> 00:14:06,136
Why would we do that?

226
00:14:07,263 --> 00:14:08,097
Well...

227
00:14:08,848 --> 00:14:13,686
Charlotte has painted a picture for me
of a deeply unstable home.

228
00:14:14,645 --> 00:14:21,193
One marred by marital infidelity
and much, much worse.

229
00:14:21,277 --> 00:14:22,695
[Zeke crying]

230
00:14:22,778 --> 00:14:24,864
Jonah, can you go to your room, please?

231
00:14:24,947 --> 00:14:26,699
Jonah already knew.

232
00:14:26,782 --> 00:14:27,825
[Marty] Thank you.

233
00:14:29,201 --> 00:14:34,039
The precise details of my conversation
with Charlotte are protected by privilege.

234
00:14:34,123 --> 00:14:38,252
They will never see the light of day,
if you sign these papers.

235
00:14:38,836 --> 00:14:42,256
Otherwise, we will be forced
to initiate legal proceedings

236
00:14:42,339 --> 00:14:44,174
and her statement goes
into the public record.

237
00:14:44,258 --> 00:14:46,552
Charlotte, do you
really wanna go through with this?

238
00:14:46,635 --> 00:14:48,053
No, have you really thought this through?

239
00:14:48,137 --> 00:14:51,348
Mrs. Byrde, Charlotte has asked
that I speak for her.

240
00:14:51,432 --> 00:14:52,766
Just so we can keep the tone civil--

241
00:14:52,850 --> 00:14:54,894
Oh, I'm sorry.
Are you a member of this family?

242
00:14:56,353 --> 00:14:57,313
No, ma'am.

243
00:14:57,396 --> 00:14:58,772
Then why should I give a fuck
what you think?

244
00:14:58,856 --> 00:14:59,857
Okay, Wendy...

245
00:14:59,940 --> 00:15:02,067
Uh, Charlotte, how about
you and I talk one-on-one?

246
00:15:02,151 --> 00:15:03,694
-No, bravo, Charlotte.
-No lawyers. Just you and me.

247
00:15:03,777 --> 00:15:05,112
-No, bravo.
-Wendy--

248
00:15:05,195 --> 00:15:06,405
You were trying to get our attention.

249
00:15:06,488 --> 00:15:08,657
-Congratulations, because you got it.
-Please... Wendy. Come on.

250
00:15:08,741 --> 00:15:09,575
Charlotte.

251
00:15:12,328 --> 00:15:15,915
Two days. You have two days.

252
00:15:19,251 --> 00:15:21,086
[Zeke continues crying]

253
00:15:42,983 --> 00:15:44,985
[objects clattering]

254
00:15:46,195 --> 00:15:47,404
[car door slams]

255
00:15:49,281 --> 00:15:51,408
Hey! What the fuck are you doing in here?

256
00:15:51,492 --> 00:15:52,952
Where's the fucking money?

257
00:15:55,287 --> 00:15:58,290
Well, I sure as shit
won't be telling you, baby girl.

258
00:16:00,501 --> 00:16:01,710
[cocks gun]

259
00:16:04,546 --> 00:16:06,131
[sighs] Put down the gun, Ruth.

260
00:16:09,051 --> 00:16:12,262
Come on, put it down.

261
00:16:14,431 --> 00:16:16,350
You ain't gonna kill your daddy.

262
00:16:19,144 --> 00:16:20,312
Why not?

263
00:16:21,522 --> 00:16:23,023
You killed yours.

264
00:16:24,149 --> 00:16:25,693
You're not getting my money.

265
00:16:25,776 --> 00:16:29,196
It's not yours,
and I'm giving it back to Marty.

266
00:16:29,279 --> 00:16:31,573
Now, why the fuck would you be doing that?

267
00:16:31,657 --> 00:16:33,617
Because he knows you took it,

268
00:16:35,244 --> 00:16:37,413
and he still vouched for you with Nix.

269
00:16:39,164 --> 00:16:42,918
But if you want,
I can call him up right now and un-vouch.

270
00:16:43,002 --> 00:16:44,169
[inhales sharply]

271
00:16:44,253 --> 00:16:47,881
You know, if I go down,

272
00:16:49,049 --> 00:16:50,592
Wyatt goes down with me.

273
00:16:57,516 --> 00:17:02,980
Wyatt's going to college,
so you can stay the fuck away from him.

274
00:17:03,063 --> 00:17:05,858
You act like he's Albert Einstein
or some shit.

275
00:17:06,483 --> 00:17:09,653
He's a criminal,
just like you fucking are.

276
00:17:11,405 --> 00:17:12,614
[Cade sighs]

277
00:17:14,908 --> 00:17:15,909
Ruth...

278
00:17:18,454 --> 00:17:21,248
that kid made more money today
than he has his entire life,

279
00:17:21,331 --> 00:17:23,250
and you'd take that away from him?

280
00:17:23,959 --> 00:17:24,877
Hmm?

281
00:17:27,755 --> 00:17:28,714
[Cade] Hmm?

282
00:17:30,340 --> 00:17:31,633
I already did.

283
00:17:33,343 --> 00:17:34,845
And now I'm taking yours.

284
00:17:35,763 --> 00:17:36,972
Mm-hmm.

285
00:17:39,391 --> 00:17:40,517
[grunts]

286
00:17:43,520 --> 00:17:45,606
I thought you were gonna kill me.

287
00:17:54,823 --> 00:17:56,492
[engine turns over]

288
00:18:12,382 --> 00:18:13,550
[Marty] Want some company?

289
00:18:17,888 --> 00:18:18,889
Listen.

290
00:18:19,723 --> 00:18:22,559
We messed up, okay? I messed up.

291
00:18:24,937 --> 00:18:27,689
But we are the only family
that you're ever gonna have.

292
00:18:31,318 --> 00:18:33,695
I'll have my own family one day.

293
00:18:43,831 --> 00:18:44,998
Do you trust me?

294
00:18:46,291 --> 00:18:48,418
Me? Your dad?

295
00:18:48,502 --> 00:18:49,837
Trust you how?

296
00:18:49,920 --> 00:18:51,255
To get us out of this.

297
00:18:53,465 --> 00:18:55,008
Please trust me, Charlotte.

298
00:18:55,592 --> 00:19:00,430
It is the one promise that I can make you,
that you can always trust me.

299
00:19:01,682 --> 00:19:05,435
And I am figuring a way out of this.
You know, we're gonna make this right.

300
00:19:06,228 --> 00:19:07,479
[exhales sharply]

301
00:19:10,816 --> 00:19:14,278
Listen, parents are people, Charlotte.
We are... we're flawed.

302
00:19:14,361 --> 00:19:16,113
And I know it's hard
for kids to understand.

303
00:19:16,196 --> 00:19:18,448
-I didn't before I became a parent.
-I'm gonna go now.

304
00:19:20,033 --> 00:19:20,993
Charlotte.

305
00:19:24,913 --> 00:19:27,749
[sighs] Look, I'm not asking you to stay.

306
00:19:27,833 --> 00:19:32,087
I just need you to acknowledge
that you know that I love you.

307
00:19:33,422 --> 00:19:34,756
That's it.

308
00:19:35,465 --> 00:19:38,010
That your mom and I love you
more than anything in the world.

309
00:19:38,093 --> 00:19:39,052
Can you do that?

310
00:19:52,774 --> 00:19:54,234
[Wendy] How do we fix this? 

311
00:19:55,194 --> 00:19:58,238
She knows way too much.
There is no way we can let her emancipate.

312
00:19:58,322 --> 00:20:00,073
She cannot be trusted out there
on her own.

313
00:20:00,157 --> 00:20:03,660
I mean, who knows who she'll talk to?
Who she'll think she can trust?

314
00:20:03,744 --> 00:20:05,996
I mean, God only knows
what that lawyer knows.

315
00:20:08,123 --> 00:20:11,043
She already knows about the affair
and much, much more.

316
00:20:11,126 --> 00:20:13,503
Did you hear how she said that?

317
00:20:14,296 --> 00:20:18,050
Like she's proud to be able to pick
through the sordid details of our lives.

318
00:20:20,177 --> 00:20:21,094
Marty?

319
00:20:21,845 --> 00:20:23,931
Yeah, listen.
There's nothing to fix, okay?

320
00:20:24,014 --> 00:20:27,434
This isn't some political scandal
that you can just paper over

321
00:20:27,517 --> 00:20:30,646
with a press conference
and a halfhearted apology.

322
00:20:30,729 --> 00:20:32,397
This is our family falling apart, Wendy.

323
00:20:33,190 --> 00:20:34,274
-Okay.
-Yeah.

324
00:20:34,358 --> 00:20:35,692
Well, then what do we do?

325
00:20:37,402 --> 00:20:38,820
We said six months.

326
00:20:40,614 --> 00:20:41,657
What if we leave earlier?

327
00:20:41,740 --> 00:20:44,701
What if we leave the second the casino
is approved and the cartel leaves town?

328
00:20:44,785 --> 00:20:46,036
-Okay, well, that's insane.
-Why?

329
00:20:46,119 --> 00:20:48,956
Because we don't have the time
or the cash to be able to pull that off.

330
00:20:49,706 --> 00:20:50,999
What if I could go to that lawyer?

331
00:20:51,083 --> 00:20:52,876
I could get her to drop Charlotte
as a client,

332
00:20:52,960 --> 00:20:54,878
or maybe at least I could find out
what Charlotte said to her.

333
00:20:54,962 --> 00:20:58,006
No, that's a terrible idea.
After that little show that you pulled,

334
00:20:58,632 --> 00:21:00,759
she's even more likely
to believe Charlotte.

335
00:21:00,842 --> 00:21:03,345
And if you go see her, you're gonna be
just as angry as you were tonight.

336
00:21:04,388 --> 00:21:06,139
I wasn't angry. I was right.

337
00:21:06,223 --> 00:21:08,350
Do not go see her.
We have enough problems.

338
00:21:08,433 --> 00:21:12,062
Just go talk to Wilkes and see
if he's found a way around the report,

339
00:21:12,729 --> 00:21:15,315
and I'll try to figure out a way
to force Snells' hand.

340
00:21:22,030 --> 00:21:24,491
[woman] Got hard evidence
on that Ozark-Chicago pipeline?

341
00:21:24,574 --> 00:21:26,535
[Petty] Something better: a new strategy.

342
00:21:26,618 --> 00:21:29,162
These photos suggest
the Navarro cartel and the KC mob

343
00:21:29,246 --> 00:21:30,872
might've gone in together in this casino.

344
00:21:30,956 --> 00:21:33,166
[woman] And how's that supposed to lower
my blood pressure?

345
00:21:33,250 --> 00:21:36,128
It gives you the chance
to bring down both at once.

346
00:21:38,505 --> 00:21:41,425
If the gaming commission votes no
on this license,

347
00:21:41,508 --> 00:21:42,968
Byrde's dead to the cartel.

348
00:21:43,051 --> 00:21:46,138
You can swoop in,
offer him a lifeline he can't refuse.

349
00:21:46,221 --> 00:21:48,223
And if the gaming commission votes yes,

350
00:21:48,307 --> 00:21:51,935
the casino has to hire a thousand workers
in a few short weeks.

351
00:21:52,769 --> 00:21:56,064
You can easily slip in a bunch
of undercover agents,

352
00:21:56,148 --> 00:22:00,902
gut the cartel's money-laundering
apparatus and the KC mob at the same time.

353
00:22:00,986 --> 00:22:02,112
This casino...

354
00:22:03,447 --> 00:22:05,240
it can be your Trojan horse.

355
00:22:06,074 --> 00:22:07,075
Mine?

356
00:22:08,869 --> 00:22:09,870
Yours.

357
00:22:11,204 --> 00:22:13,248
I just-- I'd like to request a transfer.

358
00:22:13,832 --> 00:22:15,083
Back to Chicago.

359
00:22:17,377 --> 00:22:20,297
I've got some personal stuff
that's come up.

360
00:22:20,380 --> 00:22:21,757
I need to be closer to home.

361
00:22:43,820 --> 00:22:44,821
Ma.

362
00:22:51,828 --> 00:22:54,539
-Mom? Hey, hey.
-[gasps] Oh!

363
00:22:55,415 --> 00:22:57,459
It's me. Hey. [shushes]

364
00:23:00,212 --> 00:23:02,923
-[crying] Roy, is that really you?
-It's me.

365
00:23:04,508 --> 00:23:05,509
Promise.

366
00:23:06,093 --> 00:23:09,513
[sighs] I missed you, Roy.

367
00:23:11,014 --> 00:23:12,182
[groans]

368
00:23:15,477 --> 00:23:16,478
Well...

369
00:23:18,605 --> 00:23:20,774
you don't have to miss me anymore.

370
00:23:23,693 --> 00:23:26,613
I'm gonna move home full-time.

371
00:23:29,032 --> 00:23:30,700
That sounds wonderful.

372
00:23:30,784 --> 00:23:31,743
So...

373
00:23:33,453 --> 00:23:38,625
you know, maybe you could move in
with me and we could try to...

374
00:23:42,671 --> 00:23:45,215
Yeah. Yeah.

375
00:23:46,716 --> 00:23:47,843
[Barb sniffles]

376
00:23:47,926 --> 00:23:50,053
Okay, so I just... Mom?

377
00:23:50,720 --> 00:23:52,264
-No.
-[grunts]

378
00:23:53,432 --> 00:23:57,185
I just need to go out of town,
get my stuff...

379
00:23:58,937 --> 00:24:00,355
and then I'll come home.

380
00:24:01,523 --> 00:24:06,236
So, I need you to promise me
that you will not go anywhere

381
00:24:06,903 --> 00:24:10,365
-until I get back. Okay?
-[crying] Sure. Yes.

382
00:24:10,449 --> 00:24:12,701
Yes, sweetie, I promise.

383
00:24:13,827 --> 00:24:15,203
I promise.

384
00:24:19,916 --> 00:24:20,917
Okay.

385
00:24:22,627 --> 00:24:25,755
Okay. [sighs]

386
00:24:29,384 --> 00:24:30,594
[elevator bell dings]

387
00:24:34,222 --> 00:24:37,976
[Marty] Hey, excuse me. This photo here,
this was taken before the dam, right?

388
00:24:38,560 --> 00:24:42,606
Yes. And this handsome fella
is my great-grandfather.

389
00:24:43,231 --> 00:24:44,316
-Is that right?
-Yeah.

390
00:24:44,399 --> 00:24:47,152
Okay. Well, then,
your family was flooded out, too, huh?

391
00:24:47,235 --> 00:24:48,445
-Oh, yeah. Yeah.
-Yeah?

392
00:24:48,528 --> 00:24:50,280
You don't seem that upset about it.

393
00:24:51,406 --> 00:24:52,240
Should I be?

394
00:24:52,324 --> 00:24:54,743
Well, a lot of people
are still pretty upset about it.

395
00:24:55,785 --> 00:24:57,996
Yeah, well, the government
just wanted to give them electricity.

396
00:24:58,079 --> 00:24:59,372
Mm-hmm. Yeah, that's true.

397
00:24:59,456 --> 00:25:03,168
Les. Les McAlister. In-house counsel,
Jackson Power District.

398
00:25:03,251 --> 00:25:05,420
-You're Les. Okay. Well, I'm Marty Byrde.
-I am.

399
00:25:05,504 --> 00:25:08,340
I'm your nine o'clock. Thanks for meeting
with me on such short notice.

400
00:25:08,423 --> 00:25:09,841
Oh, the pleasure's all mine.

401
00:25:09,925 --> 00:25:12,260
I expect we'll be doing
quite a bit of business together

402
00:25:12,344 --> 00:25:13,803
if your casino gets approved.

403
00:25:13,887 --> 00:25:17,098
[chuckles] That's the plan.
Yeah, no, we will, for sure.

404
00:25:17,182 --> 00:25:19,434
-Shall we?
-Mm-hmm. Yeah, please.

405
00:25:19,518 --> 00:25:21,853
Um... You know, Les,
what I wanted to ask about

406
00:25:21,937 --> 00:25:23,313
was something
completely different, though.

407
00:25:23,396 --> 00:25:25,857
-It's actually about the dam.
-Mm-hmm.

408
00:25:25,941 --> 00:25:29,110
You know, the size of it
is so impressive, the scale...

409
00:25:29,194 --> 00:25:31,071
It kind of makes you wonder
how they got away with it.

410
00:25:31,780 --> 00:25:32,822
[Les] Got away with what?

411
00:25:33,573 --> 00:25:36,409
[Marty] Moving thousands of people
so quickly.

412
00:25:40,372 --> 00:25:41,373
Charles.

413
00:25:42,791 --> 00:25:43,625
Hey.

414
00:25:45,001 --> 00:25:47,879
All right, so it looks like I managed
to neutralize

415
00:25:47,963 --> 00:25:49,297
Beecher's report to the commission.

416
00:25:49,381 --> 00:25:51,216
Now at least you're
on a level playing field.

417
00:25:51,841 --> 00:25:52,926
How'd you manage that?

418
00:25:53,009 --> 00:25:54,928
He's being investigated for bribery.

419
00:25:55,637 --> 00:25:57,847
And if I had to guess,
your hunch was right.

420
00:25:57,931 --> 00:25:59,724
The FBI was setting you up.

421
00:26:01,393 --> 00:26:03,186
And you leaked that to the commission?

422
00:26:03,270 --> 00:26:06,731
Well, they couldn't turn a blind eye
to corruption, could they?

423
00:26:09,276 --> 00:26:10,485
Thank you.

424
00:26:10,569 --> 00:26:12,612
In the absence of a credible report,

425
00:26:12,696 --> 00:26:14,322
the commissioners will have
some questions.

426
00:26:14,406 --> 00:26:16,241
You and Marty should be prepared
to answer them.

427
00:26:16,324 --> 00:26:17,284
When?

428
00:26:18,034 --> 00:26:21,329
Well, they wanna announce by the weekend,
so later today at five.

429
00:26:21,413 --> 00:26:22,247
-Today?
-Mm-hmm.

430
00:26:22,330 --> 00:26:26,501
They agreed to come here and meet
with all parties involved. Informally.

431
00:26:27,210 --> 00:26:29,170
-[Wendy] So this is our smoke-filled room?
-Yeah.

432
00:26:29,254 --> 00:26:32,173
You wanted me because
people would come to the lake house.

433
00:26:32,799 --> 00:26:35,510
Well, I can get 'em here,
but after that, it's up to you.

434
00:26:36,845 --> 00:26:40,098
Oh. And there's one more thing.

435
00:26:41,266 --> 00:26:42,559
Of course there is.

436
00:26:42,642 --> 00:26:43,643
If all goes well,

437
00:26:43,727 --> 00:26:46,187
the chairman of the gaming commission
will ask something of you.

438
00:26:47,522 --> 00:26:48,648
Something like what?

439
00:26:48,732 --> 00:26:51,359
I have no idea, but it won't be small.

440
00:26:51,985 --> 00:26:55,488
And whatever it is, you need to grant it.
You don't have a choice.

441
00:26:59,117 --> 00:27:00,368
So, extortion.

442
00:27:01,202 --> 00:27:04,998
It's the way they do business.
Like you said, nothing personal.

443
00:27:19,471 --> 00:27:21,056
[door chime jingles]

444
00:27:25,977 --> 00:27:26,811
[Marty] Jacob.

445
00:27:35,695 --> 00:27:37,530
Excuse me if I don't shake your hand.

446
00:27:39,032 --> 00:27:41,034
I'm fine skipping pleasantries.

447
00:27:45,163 --> 00:27:46,873
Let's make this overture brief.

448
00:27:47,624 --> 00:27:52,045
The Almighty himself could not convince us
to lift our blockade.

449
00:27:52,128 --> 00:27:53,755
[Marty] What about the federal government?

450
00:27:54,506 --> 00:27:56,716
You know who I spent the morning with?

451
00:27:56,800 --> 00:27:58,760
Your friends over at the power company.

452
00:27:58,843 --> 00:28:02,847
I wanted to know how it was that
they were able to get your ancestors off

453
00:28:02,931 --> 00:28:06,267
of their land so quickly back in 1929.

454
00:28:07,018 --> 00:28:10,271
No mystery there.
Lies, theft, intimidation.

455
00:28:11,147 --> 00:28:15,110
[Marty] Well, they got an assist from
a little thing called riparian rights.

456
00:28:15,193 --> 00:28:16,361
Pardon me.

457
00:28:17,487 --> 00:28:22,492
Riparian rights are the laws that say
who owns the land under a body of water.

458
00:28:24,202 --> 00:28:25,328
It's kind of crazy, right?

459
00:28:25,412 --> 00:28:29,749
I mean, who ever stops to consider
the land under a lake?

460
00:28:30,417 --> 00:28:33,461
Or, in this case, the Missouri River.

461
00:28:34,254 --> 00:28:37,924
Which last time I checked
was a federal waterway.

462
00:28:39,134 --> 00:28:42,929
What this means, Jacob,
is that the instant you flooded your land

463
00:28:43,012 --> 00:28:44,723
and connected it to the Missouri,

464
00:28:45,974 --> 00:28:50,478
you ceded all of that flooded land
to the US government.

465
00:28:50,562 --> 00:28:54,858
[Helen] Which is how I managed to obtain
this written order

466
00:28:54,941 --> 00:28:57,110
guaranteeing our workers access
to the boat.

467
00:28:57,193 --> 00:29:02,157
Now, if you defy this order,
we can have the US Marshals escort them.

468
00:29:05,452 --> 00:29:10,874
And the land that you need
for access roads and parking lots

469
00:29:11,583 --> 00:29:14,085
to get the people to your precious boat.

470
00:29:15,545 --> 00:29:16,963
We own all of it.

471
00:29:18,757 --> 00:29:22,802
What's to stop us from parking guards
all around the water's edge?

472
00:29:24,262 --> 00:29:25,472
[Marty] Eminent domain.

473
00:29:26,389 --> 00:29:28,808
The feds are gonna give all
the surrounding land

474
00:29:28,892 --> 00:29:30,101
to our business partners

475
00:29:30,185 --> 00:29:35,774
to build shopping malls and hotels
and, yes, access roads.

476
00:29:35,857 --> 00:29:38,067
Because it's in their financial interest.

477
00:29:38,151 --> 00:29:42,530
The tax revenue from said development
is gonna be massive,

478
00:29:42,614 --> 00:29:44,491
just like it was in 1929.

479
00:29:45,950 --> 00:29:51,122
They own it all. Above, around and below.

480
00:30:01,299 --> 00:30:05,386
There is a sermon to be had here,
but I don't feel much like praying.

481
00:30:06,596 --> 00:30:11,601
If you try to fight this, it will cost you
a lot more than a bullet in the shoulder.

482
00:30:12,602 --> 00:30:15,188
Which is why you asked to meet me alone.

483
00:30:16,481 --> 00:30:20,235
You were afraid Darlene
wouldn't be quite so receptive.

484
00:30:31,663 --> 00:30:33,623
I'll need assurances...

485
00:30:36,584 --> 00:30:38,795
if we're expected to stand down,

486
00:30:41,965 --> 00:30:43,925
that you will never, ever

487
00:30:45,510 --> 00:30:48,304
try and hit me or my wife ever again.

488
00:30:50,056 --> 00:30:53,434
You have them,
so long as you keep Darlene in line.

489
00:31:06,030 --> 00:31:07,115
Jacob...

490
00:31:08,867 --> 00:31:11,870
tell Darlene that the casino profits

491
00:31:11,953 --> 00:31:14,664
are gonna make you richer
than you ever imagined.

492
00:31:14,747 --> 00:31:18,710
That you can use them to buy
twice the land that you have now.

493
00:31:20,712 --> 00:31:23,673
She's the same woman now
as when I married her.

494
00:31:25,466 --> 00:31:29,178
Same woman that slipped into this booth
45 years ago,

495
00:31:29,262 --> 00:31:34,642
took my beating heart in both her hands
and took off quicker than a mare.

496
00:31:36,603 --> 00:31:38,855
Same woman I've been chasing ever since.

497
00:31:43,860 --> 00:31:45,320
They'll kill you, Jacob.

498
00:31:49,490 --> 00:31:50,992
What do you do, Martin,

499
00:31:52,785 --> 00:31:54,996
when the bride who took your breath away

500
00:31:57,457 --> 00:32:02,337
becomes the wife who makes you
hold your breath in terror?

501
00:32:20,271 --> 00:32:21,689
[door chime jingles]

502
00:32:41,793 --> 00:32:42,961
It's from Mizzou.

503
00:32:44,587 --> 00:32:46,422
[exhales]

504
00:32:47,924 --> 00:32:48,883
I know it's...

505
00:32:50,343 --> 00:32:54,055
it's fucking skinny,
and maybe it's a no, but...

506
00:32:55,139 --> 00:32:57,100
I also want you to know

507
00:32:57,183 --> 00:33:00,478
that there's a buttload
of other colleges out there.

508
00:33:06,401 --> 00:33:08,027
[breathes deeply]

509
00:33:15,994 --> 00:33:18,621
Okay, can you do it? I can't.

510
00:33:20,456 --> 00:33:21,624
[sniffles]

511
00:33:32,010 --> 00:33:33,386
[clears throat]

512
00:33:36,139 --> 00:33:37,432
"Dear Wyatt Langmore,

513
00:33:38,516 --> 00:33:40,685
I am delighted to inform you

514
00:33:40,768 --> 00:33:45,023
that the University of Missouri
Committee on Admissions

515
00:33:45,106 --> 00:33:49,360
has accepted you into the class of 2022."

516
00:33:51,112 --> 00:33:52,238
[sobs]

517
00:33:52,321 --> 00:33:53,740
[chuckles]

518
00:33:55,116 --> 00:33:56,409
[mumbling]

519
00:34:02,540 --> 00:34:04,042
"Just wanted to let you know
that your essay

520
00:34:04,125 --> 00:34:06,586
was among the most inspiring
we've seen all year."

521
00:34:08,171 --> 00:34:09,714
[both chuckle]

522
00:34:12,383 --> 00:34:14,177
Maybe it can wait a year.

523
00:34:16,929 --> 00:34:18,347
[inhales] What? Why?

524
00:34:21,642 --> 00:34:23,352
I can't leave Three.

525
00:34:24,645 --> 00:34:27,774
Three will be fine.
I'll take care of him.

526
00:34:32,028 --> 00:34:33,279
I don't know, Ruth.

527
00:34:34,447 --> 00:34:35,531
What's not to know?

528
00:34:35,615 --> 00:34:37,366
This is everything
you've been working for--

529
00:34:37,450 --> 00:34:40,036
I know. I just feel stuck, okay?

530
00:34:40,119 --> 00:34:44,999
Okay, so get the fuck unstuck.
There's no curse, Wyatt.

531
00:34:46,334 --> 00:34:50,004
I need to understand
what happened to my dad, okay?

532
00:34:50,088 --> 00:34:54,217
Was it an accident? Was he murdered?
Then what the fuck happened?

533
00:35:09,023 --> 00:35:10,358
[door shuts]

534
00:35:10,441 --> 00:35:13,319
What deals did you just make
behind my back?

535
00:35:16,447 --> 00:35:20,368
Only the ones to protect your life.

536
00:35:21,786 --> 00:35:24,622
I've been doing just fine with that
on my own.

537
00:35:24,705 --> 00:35:26,040
Yes, well...

538
00:35:28,167 --> 00:35:29,502
[grunts]

539
00:35:30,211 --> 00:35:33,047
I think my right arm might beg to differ.

540
00:35:33,798 --> 00:35:37,009
I told you, God has bigger plans.

541
00:35:41,097 --> 00:35:42,849
We're beat, Darlene.

542
00:35:45,601 --> 00:35:49,397
We were beat
the second we flooded that land.

543
00:35:54,235 --> 00:35:58,656
Land now owned by US government.

544
00:35:58,739 --> 00:36:01,534
The second you flooded that land.

545
00:36:01,617 --> 00:36:06,497
I told you, we should never have
shaken hands with those Mexicans.

546
00:36:09,458 --> 00:36:10,793
And you were right.

547
00:36:12,795 --> 00:36:15,173
You were right. But, right now,

548
00:36:17,383 --> 00:36:20,052
they don't need us alive for their casino.

549
00:36:21,554 --> 00:36:28,060
So the only thing keeping us that way
is my promise that we'll stand down.

550
00:36:29,228 --> 00:36:34,525
Until no one's looking,
then they'll go ahead and kill us anyway.

551
00:36:35,526 --> 00:36:36,777
No, Darlene.

552
00:36:36,861 --> 00:36:41,365
They just wanna keep us
smiling and happy and stupid

553
00:36:41,449 --> 00:36:43,284
until their casino comes through.

554
00:36:43,367 --> 00:36:44,493
You don't know that.

555
00:36:44,577 --> 00:36:45,870
It's what I'd do.

556
00:36:47,622 --> 00:36:51,000
They'll want one of our heads
as a price for those poisoned drugs

557
00:36:51,083 --> 00:36:52,210
and you know it.

558
00:36:52,293 --> 00:36:54,921
Is that why you met with them alone?

559
00:36:55,004 --> 00:36:58,549
I met with them alone
because the last time you undermined me,

560
00:36:58,633 --> 00:37:00,092
it nearly got me killed.

561
00:37:02,053 --> 00:37:04,055
Just like you killed Ash.

562
00:37:04,138 --> 00:37:06,265
Your temper killed Ash.

563
00:37:09,227 --> 00:37:14,357
It's like it's killing everything
we spent our lives working for.

564
00:37:16,901 --> 00:37:22,323
But I swear, Darlene, if you ever
even think to undermine me again...

565
00:37:25,826 --> 00:37:26,786
What?

566
00:37:29,914 --> 00:37:31,207
Tell me, Jacob.

567
00:37:33,000 --> 00:37:37,964
What the fuck happens if I undermine you?

568
00:37:39,799 --> 00:37:41,676
Don't push me, Darlene.

569
00:37:43,761 --> 00:37:45,638
It will not end well for you.

570
00:37:56,732 --> 00:37:57,858
[door closes]

571
00:38:05,366 --> 00:38:06,617
Ms. Bracken?

572
00:38:10,288 --> 00:38:11,247
Oh, hi.

573
00:38:11,956 --> 00:38:14,834
-I'm sorry if I'm disturbing you.
-No, no. Not at all.

574
00:38:14,917 --> 00:38:17,670
Family law is about
attending to people's feelings,

575
00:38:17,753 --> 00:38:21,257
and feelings never follow rules
or wait for appointments.

576
00:38:22,091 --> 00:38:24,552
Especially when those feelings
come from a teenager. [chuckles]

577
00:38:24,635 --> 00:38:26,304
Or their parents. [chuckles]

578
00:38:28,764 --> 00:38:33,602
I wanted to apologize
for my reaction yesterday.

579
00:38:35,813 --> 00:38:38,065
And offer a little context. Um...

580
00:38:38,149 --> 00:38:42,153
I'm sure that Charlotte has mentioned
to you our move from Chicago.

581
00:38:42,236 --> 00:38:46,198
And she's taken it harder than my husband
and I could've ever anticipated.

582
00:38:47,074 --> 00:38:49,493
I'm sure you understand
how difficult it is to...

583
00:38:50,578 --> 00:38:53,748
to watch a bright,
promising child struggle.

584
00:38:53,831 --> 00:38:56,042
And even how more difficult it is to admit

585
00:38:56,125 --> 00:38:59,378
that you don't always know how
to respond to that. So...

586
00:39:01,464 --> 00:39:05,801
I'm genuinely sorry
for my reaction yesterday,

587
00:39:06,802 --> 00:39:08,721
and for how much of your time
we've wasted.

588
00:39:08,804 --> 00:39:10,765
I just want you to know
that my husband and I

589
00:39:10,848 --> 00:39:12,308
are willing to pay your hourly rate--

590
00:39:12,391 --> 00:39:16,062
I've been doing this
for a very long time, Mrs. Byrde.

591
00:39:16,812 --> 00:39:19,940
Long enough to see scores of teenagers
come through here,

592
00:39:20,024 --> 00:39:23,819
asking for their emancipation because
mommy and daddy took away their car keys

593
00:39:23,903 --> 00:39:26,280
-and their cell phones.
-[chuckles] I can imagine.

594
00:39:26,364 --> 00:39:28,866
Charlotte is not one of them.

595
00:39:29,742 --> 00:39:31,494
She is terrified of
the person she'll become

596
00:39:31,577 --> 00:39:33,537
if she has to stay in that house.

597
00:39:33,621 --> 00:39:37,041
It is clear to me that she's responding
to something extremely...

598
00:39:38,834 --> 00:39:40,836
troubling at home.

599
00:39:41,504 --> 00:39:45,466
But I just don't have any idea
what she's talking about.

600
00:39:46,884 --> 00:39:52,306
If you could shed just some light
on what she has said, then I don't know.

601
00:39:52,390 --> 00:39:56,185
Maybe I could offer a little perspective,
or at least understand why she's so upset.

602
00:39:56,268 --> 00:39:59,897
I can't reveal any more of the specifics.

603
00:40:00,523 --> 00:40:02,149
And I hope I never have to,

604
00:40:03,317 --> 00:40:06,529
because you and your husband
signed those papers without a fight.

605
00:40:17,164 --> 00:40:21,210
You know, the kind of people who do
the troubling things you think we're doing

606
00:40:21,293 --> 00:40:24,171
are the kind of people who will do
anything to protect their children.

607
00:40:26,090 --> 00:40:29,552
Judges don't look kindly
on people who threaten lawyers.

608
00:40:29,635 --> 00:40:31,137
Oh, no, no, no, no.

609
00:40:32,012 --> 00:40:34,890
I'm just saying,
I'll do anything to protect my daughter.

610
00:40:35,808 --> 00:40:38,519
And I know she's safest at home,
with her family.

611
00:41:03,461 --> 00:41:06,547
-Sheriff.
-Cade. Whatcha doing?

612
00:41:07,131 --> 00:41:10,676
Swapping out the thermostat and plugs
on this engine,

613
00:41:10,759 --> 00:41:12,261
which I pulled off that skiff.

614
00:41:12,970 --> 00:41:15,389
Mm-hmm. Who owns the skiff?

615
00:41:17,725 --> 00:41:19,268
That's above my pay grade.

616
00:41:22,146 --> 00:41:25,357
You know, boats have been going missing
since about the time you got paroled.

617
00:41:26,817 --> 00:41:28,986
Uh-huh. Well...

618
00:41:30,279 --> 00:41:32,990
I don't wanna tell you your job, Sheriff,

619
00:41:34,325 --> 00:41:36,619
but it looks like it could be coincidence.

620
00:41:38,454 --> 00:41:40,581
You're selling stolen boat parts.

621
00:41:40,664 --> 00:41:42,416
And you robbed the strip club.

622
00:41:42,500 --> 00:41:44,585
Hit that guy in the head
with the butt of your gun,

623
00:41:44,668 --> 00:41:46,086
sent him to the hospital.

624
00:41:47,171 --> 00:41:48,380
That's what I'm thinking.

625
00:41:49,006 --> 00:41:49,924
You know...

626
00:41:51,800 --> 00:41:55,846
if thinking were a cupcake,
I'd eat that shit.

627
00:41:57,014 --> 00:41:59,266
I was you, I'd be looking over
my shoulder, brother.

628
00:42:00,184 --> 00:42:02,019
Because I will catch you in the act

629
00:42:02,728 --> 00:42:04,605
and I will send you back to prison.

630
00:42:05,940 --> 00:42:07,316
You understand me?

631
00:42:09,026 --> 00:42:10,194
[grunts]

632
00:42:12,321 --> 00:42:13,322
Good luck with that.

633
00:42:21,455 --> 00:42:24,333
[man] Well, you gotta put yourself
in the commission's shoes, Mr. Byrde.

634
00:42:24,416 --> 00:42:28,170
You own four small businesses,
and you wanna open a casino.

635
00:42:28,254 --> 00:42:29,421
With two partners.

636
00:42:30,005 --> 00:42:32,258
One of whom isn't even based
in this country.

637
00:42:33,217 --> 00:42:34,635
[scoffs] You gotta imagine,

638
00:42:34,718 --> 00:42:38,264
we're normally inclined
to grant licenses to native Missourians.

639
00:42:38,347 --> 00:42:39,723
Of course. Jacob.

640
00:42:40,182 --> 00:42:42,601
Um... as you should.

641
00:42:42,685 --> 00:42:44,895
It's why it was so important
for my wife and I

642
00:42:44,979 --> 00:42:48,274
to partner with Jacob
and his wife Darlene.

643
00:42:48,357 --> 00:42:52,319
The Snell family has been on this land
since before there was even a lake, right?

644
00:42:52,403 --> 00:42:53,696
That's right. That's right.

645
00:42:53,779 --> 00:42:57,449
There's more Snell blood in that land
than any other family in Missouri.

646
00:42:57,533 --> 00:42:58,450
[man] Jacob.

647
00:42:59,493 --> 00:43:01,328
I see you're still
working the farm every day.

648
00:43:02,037 --> 00:43:05,249
Yeah, well, hazard of the job, I guess.
Still, it keeps you young.

649
00:43:05,332 --> 00:43:06,292
[man] Yep.

650
00:43:11,297 --> 00:43:13,507
You over here pulling strings?

651
00:43:14,466 --> 00:43:16,760
Watching people's mouths flap?

652
00:43:18,137 --> 00:43:22,391
Hey, tell me. Once the casino's open,

653
00:43:22,474 --> 00:43:25,394
how long before you try
to take us out again?

654
00:43:25,477 --> 00:43:28,063
You won't be touched.
I gave your husband my word.

655
00:43:28,147 --> 00:43:29,773
[scoffs] What's that worth?

656
00:43:31,650 --> 00:43:34,778
You know, you'll catch more flies
with honey than with vinegar.

657
00:43:35,279 --> 00:43:38,574
Mmm! What do I catch with tar?

658
00:43:38,657 --> 00:43:39,658
Excuse me.

659
00:43:41,910 --> 00:43:43,787
♪ Speak to me kindly ♪

660
00:43:43,871 --> 00:43:47,166
♪ I'm the type of girl you call wifey ♪

661
00:43:47,708 --> 00:43:48,626
♪ Yeah ♪

662
00:43:49,168 --> 00:43:50,836
♪ I ain't no side piece ♪

663
00:43:52,796 --> 00:43:54,173
[Jonah] Can you turn down the music?

664
00:43:54,840 --> 00:43:56,884
I'm gonna put the baby down for a nap.

665
00:44:00,804 --> 00:44:02,306
[volume lowers]

666
00:44:05,309 --> 00:44:07,061
I think what you're doing is wrong.

667
00:44:10,105 --> 00:44:14,109
How do you think this ends?
Happily ever after?

668
00:44:14,193 --> 00:44:15,736
No, but they're getting
the casino approved.

669
00:44:15,819 --> 00:44:18,197
-That was the plan.
-We're bad guys.

670
00:44:18,280 --> 00:44:21,075
I mean, we're criminals.
You see that, don't you?

671
00:44:22,159 --> 00:44:24,745
You almost killed someone,
and Mom asked you to do it,

672
00:44:24,828 --> 00:44:26,664
and you're not even freaked out about it?

673
00:44:26,747 --> 00:44:28,207
That's what freaks me out.

674
00:44:29,416 --> 00:44:30,668
[sighs]

675
00:44:35,422 --> 00:44:36,840
[Zeke cooing]

676
00:44:39,677 --> 00:44:40,761
I'm sorry.

677
00:44:42,596 --> 00:44:44,848
Yeah, well, you didn't have to tell
that lawyer about the affair.

678
00:44:44,932 --> 00:44:46,100
-Jonah...
-[Zeke crying]

679
00:44:50,646 --> 00:44:51,814
[Marty] How we looking?

680
00:44:52,481 --> 00:44:55,609
There's one definite no. [sighs]
There's two that are leaning our way

681
00:44:55,693 --> 00:44:56,860
and two that are still on the fence.

682
00:44:56,944 --> 00:44:58,779
-Mm-hmm. Could I have a water, please?
-Sure.

683
00:44:59,321 --> 00:45:02,950
Do you think that Wilkes
will be able to sway the undecideds?

684
00:45:03,033 --> 00:45:04,576
Honestly? I think he's still figuring out

685
00:45:04,660 --> 00:45:07,454
if he's gonna save his own ass
or take us down with him.

686
00:45:14,211 --> 00:45:15,212
If I may.

687
00:45:16,296 --> 00:45:17,297
Pardon me.

688
00:45:20,384 --> 00:45:21,719
Is she staying in line?

689
00:45:27,391 --> 00:45:30,227
Why don't you just worry
about your own business?

690
00:45:30,310 --> 00:45:31,228
I am.

691
00:45:32,688 --> 00:45:34,690
But if you don't keep up
your end of the bargain,

692
00:45:34,773 --> 00:45:36,066
I can't keep up mine.

693
00:45:51,665 --> 00:45:54,001
Don't look now,
but I think here comes our ask.

694
00:45:55,711 --> 00:45:58,213
-Mr. and Mrs. Byrde.
-[Marty] Commissioner Hodges.

695
00:45:58,297 --> 00:46:00,299
I must say,
you've made quite the impression.

696
00:46:00,883 --> 00:46:04,011
The fact that you succeeded in overturning
the casino cap in the first place,

697
00:46:04,094 --> 00:46:07,848
well, that in and of itself
is an accomplishment.

698
00:46:07,931 --> 00:46:09,183
Well, obviously, from our end,

699
00:46:09,266 --> 00:46:11,769
we'd hate to think
that we lifted the cap in vain.

700
00:46:11,852 --> 00:46:14,688
-[Wendy and Hodges chuckle]
-I believe in being direct.

701
00:46:14,772 --> 00:46:16,023
Please do.

702
00:46:16,106 --> 00:46:20,736
I believe I could assuage
the other commissioners' fears

703
00:46:21,779 --> 00:46:23,530
if I had certain assurances.

704
00:46:24,698 --> 00:46:26,408
What kind of assurances?

705
00:46:27,951 --> 00:46:30,120
What's your relationship
with Frank Cosgrove?

706
00:46:32,289 --> 00:46:35,959
Uh, his company is gonna be involved
in some of the construction.

707
00:46:36,502 --> 00:46:38,378
Because there's obviously concerns

708
00:46:38,462 --> 00:46:41,840
about organized crime
infiltrating the gaming industry.

709
00:46:41,924 --> 00:46:45,219
Commissioner, I can promise you
that he is not going to be involved

710
00:46:45,302 --> 00:46:48,013
with the business outside
of the initial construction.

711
00:46:48,096 --> 00:46:49,515
I'd be happy to put that in writing.

712
00:46:50,474 --> 00:46:54,019
Keeping Missouri a right-to-work state
is a priority for me.

713
00:46:54,978 --> 00:46:56,313
Please, be direct.

714
00:46:58,482 --> 00:47:00,317
The casino can't be a union shop.

715
00:47:01,318 --> 00:47:02,653
Under any circumstances.

716
00:47:10,577 --> 00:47:11,662
Um...

717
00:47:12,621 --> 00:47:16,083
Then it won't be. You have my word.

718
00:47:17,543 --> 00:47:20,087
Great. Thank you.

719
00:47:31,139 --> 00:47:33,851
Did we just betray the Kansas City mafia?

720
00:47:47,072 --> 00:47:48,782
[Charlotte exhales sharply]

721
00:47:51,827 --> 00:47:53,495
[Marty]
What the hell do you think you're doing?

722
00:47:54,371 --> 00:47:55,622
You want a hit?

723
00:47:58,750 --> 00:48:00,127
Suit yourself.

724
00:48:00,627 --> 00:48:01,670
Where's your brother?

725
00:48:02,462 --> 00:48:04,715
I don't know.
Probably laundering money in his room.

726
00:48:04,798 --> 00:48:05,716
Put that out!

727
00:48:11,054 --> 00:48:13,056
Why should I even pretend
to not break the law

728
00:48:13,140 --> 00:48:14,641
when no one else does?

729
00:48:15,434 --> 00:48:17,311
You know Wendy here
threatened my lawyer today?

730
00:48:17,394 --> 00:48:20,022
-That is not what happened.
-Oh, that's what she told me.

731
00:48:20,105 --> 00:48:21,315
Yes, I went to her,

732
00:48:21,398 --> 00:48:23,692
because I wanted to understand
why you were so upset.

733
00:48:23,775 --> 00:48:25,944
-You went to her?
-Like it's some big fucking mystery?

734
00:48:26,028 --> 00:48:28,363
I said I would do anything in the world
for you because I loved you.

735
00:48:28,447 --> 00:48:29,948
Now, clearly, she has taken that,

736
00:48:30,032 --> 00:48:32,576
she's twisted it and made it sound like
some sort of a threat.

737
00:48:32,659 --> 00:48:35,078
Because you know what, Charlotte?
Lawyers are dishonest.

738
00:48:35,162 --> 00:48:37,581
You know who's dishonest? Drug lords.

739
00:48:37,664 --> 00:48:40,167
Okay, let's all just calm down
for a second, okay?

740
00:48:40,250 --> 00:48:41,293
[Charlotte] Why?

741
00:48:41,376 --> 00:48:44,463
So you can emotionally blackmail me

742
00:48:44,546 --> 00:48:47,174
with this bullshit about
how you're trying so hard to fix this?

743
00:48:47,257 --> 00:48:48,884
Do not disrespect your father.

744
00:48:48,967 --> 00:48:51,219
He's not my father,
and you're not my mother.

745
00:48:51,303 --> 00:48:52,137
Charlotte!

746
00:48:52,220 --> 00:48:53,639
[Charlotte] And as far as I'm concerned,

747
00:48:53,722 --> 00:48:56,642
the two of you can both dissolve
in a fucking vat of acid.

748
00:48:58,393 --> 00:48:59,519
[scoffs]

749
00:49:02,105 --> 00:49:02,981
Fine.

750
00:49:04,900 --> 00:49:06,068
Fine.

751
00:49:06,818 --> 00:49:10,030
You wanna emancipate? Fine.
You emancipate.

752
00:49:16,328 --> 00:49:18,830
You wanna go, Charlotte? Go!

753
00:49:18,914 --> 00:49:21,083
You be my guest!

754
00:49:23,627 --> 00:49:25,170
Just go!

755
00:49:32,803 --> 00:49:33,929
[door shuts]

756
00:49:35,138 --> 00:49:36,974
[breathing heavily]

757
00:49:40,811 --> 00:49:42,187
[Marty] Why did you talk to her lawyer?

758
00:49:42,270 --> 00:49:44,231
I told you that would make things worse,
didn't I?

759
00:49:44,314 --> 00:49:46,191
Somebody had to do something.

760
00:49:47,317 --> 00:49:49,778
We can't just cross our fingers
and wish it away.

761
00:49:49,861 --> 00:49:51,613
I did do something. I talked to her.

762
00:49:51,697 --> 00:49:53,991
Oh! Well, clearly it did
a whole lot of good.

763
00:49:56,618 --> 00:49:58,912
Because you undermined me, Wendy.

764
00:50:04,042 --> 00:50:05,961
Why are you taking her side?

765
00:50:07,462 --> 00:50:09,923
Because she's right.
We're not fit to be parents.

766
00:50:11,216 --> 00:50:12,592
It's not even a family.

767
00:50:13,635 --> 00:50:15,345
It's a goddamn group of criminals.

768
00:50:16,221 --> 00:50:17,389
[door shuts]

769
00:50:18,181 --> 00:50:19,433
God.

770
00:50:22,894 --> 00:50:24,479
God damn it!

771
00:50:26,106 --> 00:50:28,608
God damn it!

772
00:50:39,453 --> 00:50:41,997
Nix thinks I fucking robbed
the strip club.

773
00:50:42,080 --> 00:50:42,998
You did.

774
00:50:43,081 --> 00:50:45,667
You hold on, girl. What'd you say to him?

775
00:50:45,751 --> 00:50:46,960
Nothing. Fuck off.

776
00:50:47,044 --> 00:50:50,005
Why don't you tell Nix
a couple of Mexicans did it, huh?

777
00:50:50,088 --> 00:50:53,050
You really think that's a good idea?
To go to the sheriff and say,

778
00:50:53,133 --> 00:50:56,178
"Hey, you know what? Now I remember.
It was a couple of Mexicans."

779
00:50:56,261 --> 00:51:00,348
Maybe I'll go to that fucking fed, Petty,
and drop a dime on all your asses. Hmm?

780
00:51:00,432 --> 00:51:02,768
You're putting this on me? Hmm?

781
00:51:03,351 --> 00:51:05,979
'Cause last I checked,
I didn't rob anybody.

782
00:51:06,063 --> 00:51:07,773
I didn't violate parole.

783
00:51:07,856 --> 00:51:09,399
I'm your fucking father.

784
00:51:09,483 --> 00:51:13,987
-Now, you will fucking get me out--
-Or what? Or you'll kill me?

785
00:51:27,876 --> 00:51:29,294
I'm sorry.

786
00:51:33,965 --> 00:51:36,093
Sorry to bother you so late.
I can't find Charlotte.

787
00:51:37,219 --> 00:51:39,429
She left in her van with Wyatt.

788
00:51:40,806 --> 00:51:41,681
Van? What van?

789
00:51:41,765 --> 00:51:44,434
The one she bought with her own money.

790
00:51:46,978 --> 00:51:48,230
Do you know where they went?

791
00:51:48,313 --> 00:51:50,273
[Ruth] All I know is that
they're not here.

792
00:52:04,454 --> 00:52:05,872
[engine turns over]

793
00:52:11,670 --> 00:52:14,464
[Marty] Yes, four of us,
going from Sunrise Beach

794
00:52:14,548 --> 00:52:17,008
to a location near Little Rock, Arkansas.

795
00:52:20,053 --> 00:52:21,263
That's right, one way.

796
00:52:22,514 --> 00:52:23,807
[beeps]

797
00:52:24,891 --> 00:52:27,811
Uh, sir, can I call you right back,
please? Thank you.

798
00:52:29,813 --> 00:52:31,731
-Hi.
-[Wendy sighs] I found her. 

799
00:52:31,815 --> 00:52:34,025
She's with Wyatt, in a van.

800
00:52:35,819 --> 00:52:38,113
A van? Whose van?

801
00:52:38,822 --> 00:52:40,782
I don't know. I think hers.

802
00:52:41,658 --> 00:52:43,535
I'm gonna wait here until she comes out.

803
00:52:44,077 --> 00:52:46,121
-Be nice to her, okay?
-Yeah.

804
00:52:53,545 --> 00:52:56,381
-Is Mom okay?
-Yeah. She found Charlotte.

805
00:52:57,299 --> 00:52:59,301
I'm not so sure she wanted to be found.

806
00:53:12,189 --> 00:53:15,483
What were you and the lawyer
whispering about at that party?

807
00:53:16,943 --> 00:53:20,155
Eh... Just small talk. Playing nice.

808
00:53:23,366 --> 00:53:26,203
Figured we might go for a walk
before breakfast.

809
00:53:26,786 --> 00:53:27,954
This early?

810
00:53:29,748 --> 00:53:33,043
Workers start building that road today.

811
00:53:36,713 --> 00:53:40,342
Don't you think we ought
to see the land one last time?

812
00:53:41,384 --> 00:53:43,178
While it's still unspoiled?

813
00:53:59,236 --> 00:54:01,071
Let's take the long ways.

814
00:54:03,406 --> 00:54:05,492
Drink it all in before it's gone.

815
00:55:10,557 --> 00:55:12,392
[cell phone vibrating]

816
00:55:18,940 --> 00:55:19,816
Hello.

817
00:55:19,899 --> 00:55:21,943
[Wilkes] You got it, Wendy. You won.

818
00:55:22,027 --> 00:55:25,822
Barring any fuck-ups, the commission's
gonna grant your license in 48 hours.

819
00:55:26,865 --> 00:55:27,907
Oh. [chuckles]

820
00:55:27,991 --> 00:55:29,409
I don't know how the fuck you do it,

821
00:55:29,492 --> 00:55:31,995
but you always manage
to get what you want, don't you?

822
00:55:32,078 --> 00:55:33,371
[line clicks]

823
00:56:08,073 --> 00:56:11,576
Petty. You're that fed, ain't you?

824
00:56:13,578 --> 00:56:15,955
I wanna talk to you about Marty Byrde.

825
00:56:35,934 --> 00:56:36,935
What is it?

826
00:56:39,312 --> 00:56:40,730
It's a badger, looks like.

827
00:56:41,481 --> 00:56:42,565
[Jacob] Hmm.

828
00:56:43,149 --> 00:56:44,275
Best leave it.

829
00:56:45,235 --> 00:56:48,196
His family will find it
and drag it back to the den.

830
00:56:48,905 --> 00:56:52,617
Pups will feed on the worms
and eat the corpse.

831
00:56:54,536 --> 00:56:56,413
That way its death has meaning.

832
00:56:57,330 --> 00:56:59,332
Brings nourishment to the family.

833
00:57:39,456 --> 00:57:40,623
[knock on door]

834
00:57:46,254 --> 00:57:48,590
I'm gonna need you
to take over the whole operation.

835
00:57:50,091 --> 00:57:53,386
The second the casino is approved,
I'm getting my family out of here.

836
00:57:56,347 --> 00:57:58,558
And if you can run things by yourself,

837
00:57:59,434 --> 00:58:02,145
we'll be long gone
before the cartel knows we've left.

838
00:58:02,228 --> 00:58:03,354
With me out of the picture,

839
00:58:03,438 --> 00:58:06,483
they'll have no choice
but to hand everything to you.

840
00:58:09,944 --> 00:58:12,572
But if this is gonna work,
no one can know.

841
00:58:12,655 --> 00:58:14,282
Not the kids, not Wendy.

842
00:59:12,507 --> 00:59:13,800
[Jacob grunting]

843
00:59:16,803 --> 00:59:20,265
Shh. It'll be quick. I promise.

844
00:59:24,018 --> 00:59:28,064
Cyanide in your coffee,
from ground-up cherry pits.

845
00:59:29,983 --> 00:59:32,151
[both chuckle]

846
00:59:34,988 --> 00:59:37,782
[straining] I never could keep up
with you, Darlene.

847
00:59:39,701 --> 00:59:42,745
It's okay, baby. Just rest.

848
00:59:43,830 --> 00:59:44,998
[kisses]

849
00:59:47,542 --> 00:59:48,835
I love you, Jacob.

850
00:59:51,087 --> 00:59:52,422
You just rest.

851
00:59:53,172 --> 00:59:55,466
I'll make sure it means something.

852
01:00:18,823 --> 01:00:23,661
♪ I am a lineman for the county ♪

853
01:00:24,787 --> 01:00:28,833
♪ And I drive the main roads ♪

854
01:00:29,834 --> 01:00:36,633
♪ Searching in the sun
For another overload ♪

855
01:00:38,760 --> 01:00:43,556
♪ I hear you singin' in the wire ♪

856
01:00:44,849 --> 01:00:49,270
♪ I can hear you through the whine ♪

857
01:00:50,730 --> 01:00:55,026
♪ And the Wichita lineman ♪

858
01:00:56,569 --> 01:01:01,824
♪ Is still on the line ♪

859
01:01:07,413 --> 01:01:12,669
♪ I know I need a small vacation ♪

860
01:01:13,628 --> 01:01:17,632
♪ But it don't look like rain ♪

861
01:01:18,174 --> 01:01:20,968
♪ And if it snows 
That stretch down south ♪

862
01:01:21,052 --> 01:01:25,932
♪ Won't ever stand the strain ♪

863
01:01:27,433 --> 01:01:31,854
♪ And I need you more than want you ♪

864
01:01:33,314 --> 01:01:37,860
♪ And I want you for all time ♪

865
01:01:39,278 --> 01:01:43,366
♪ And the Wichita lineman ♪

866
01:01:44,951 --> 01:01:50,957
♪ Is still on the line ♪

867
01:02:15,440 --> 01:02:19,652
♪ And I need you more than want you ♪

868
01:02:21,195 --> 01:02:26,075
♪ And I want you for all time ♪

869
01:02:27,243 --> 01:02:31,080
♪ And the Wichita lineman ♪

870
01:02:32,957 --> 01:02:35,918
♪ Is still on the line ♪
 
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Ozark Season 2 Script Episode 8

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 2 - episode 8
"The Big Sleep"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
David Manson
Martin Zimmerman
Paul Kolsby
Ning Zhoe

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S02-Ep.08: "The Big Sleep"

Darlene makes one too many rash moves. Marty tries to free Rachel from Agent Petty's grasp. Jonah helps his mom force Wilkes to continue his support.

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1
00:00:14,806 --> 00:00:16,641
[siren blaring]

2
00:00:22,063 --> 00:00:24,065
[siren continues blaring]

3
00:00:33,700 --> 00:00:35,702
[Tuck] Over here! Help!

4
00:00:35,785 --> 00:00:37,495
Quick, hurry!

5
00:00:37,579 --> 00:00:39,789
Hurry up! This way!

6
00:00:40,623 --> 00:00:41,750
Hurry!

7
00:00:48,339 --> 00:00:50,967
-Ma'am. Ma'am?
-What's wrong with her?

8
00:00:51,051 --> 00:00:52,302
We don't know yet, son.

9
00:00:53,928 --> 00:00:55,221
Pinpoint pupils.

10
00:00:55,305 --> 00:00:56,556
Do you know what kind of drugs
she was taking?

11
00:00:56,639 --> 00:00:59,350
-Resp in the toilet. You wanna intubate?
-No, let's bag her first.

12
00:01:04,898 --> 00:01:07,025
[woman] Go ahead. Give it to her.

13
00:01:09,110 --> 00:01:10,653
[Tuck sobbing] Is she dead?

14
00:01:22,957 --> 00:01:24,501
[snorting]

15
00:01:26,669 --> 00:01:28,171
[sniffles]

16
00:02:09,212 --> 00:02:10,880
[chattering]

17
00:02:21,683 --> 00:02:24,269
Hey, Eddie, you got any Oxy?

18
00:02:25,019 --> 00:02:26,646
No Oxy. Got some H, though.

19
00:02:26,729 --> 00:02:29,649
-I don't want that shit.
-Well, suit yourself.

20
00:02:33,945 --> 00:02:34,904
Wait.

21
00:02:46,040 --> 00:02:47,250
Fly safe.

22
00:02:59,387 --> 00:03:00,680
[knock on door]

23
00:03:00,763 --> 00:03:04,809
♪ I'm stronger than a locomotive
Yeah... ♪

24
00:03:06,352 --> 00:03:07,854
[chuckles] Eddie, what's up?

25
00:03:07,937 --> 00:03:09,689
-[Eddie] Hey, man.
-Wanna hit it?

26
00:03:09,772 --> 00:03:10,607
Nah, I'm good, man.

27
00:03:10,690 --> 00:03:12,567
-[man] How much?
-Half-load.

28
00:03:15,862 --> 00:03:18,406
♪ Why I'm so weak for you ♪

29
00:03:21,034 --> 00:03:25,747
♪ I can leap tall buildings ♪

30
00:03:26,289 --> 00:03:28,958
♪ Huh. In a single bound ♪

31
00:03:29,042 --> 00:03:32,879
-[chuckles] Ooh! Business been good.
-Fuck, yeah.

32
00:03:32,962 --> 00:03:35,298
-What you do with your profits?
-Shit, I don't know, man.

33
00:03:35,798 --> 00:03:38,509
-Spending it.
-You smart, you get in the market.

34
00:03:39,093 --> 00:03:40,595
I got a broker. I can hook you up.

35
00:03:41,095 --> 00:03:42,805
-No, I think I'm good, man.
-You sure?

36
00:03:42,889 --> 00:03:45,183
-Yeah, dude. I gotta run. Marco.
-Hey.

37
00:03:45,266 --> 00:03:49,062
♪ They call me the Superman of love
Yeah ♪

38
00:03:51,105 --> 00:03:53,107
[chattering]

39
00:03:58,279 --> 00:04:00,198
-Fuck, yeah.
-What?

40
00:04:00,281 --> 00:04:01,824
My broker told me
to short Weight Watchers,

41
00:04:01,908 --> 00:04:04,285
and it just went down 12%. [chuckles]

42
00:04:04,369 --> 00:04:05,578
You got a broker?

43
00:04:05,662 --> 00:04:07,830
You gotta clean your money somehow, man.

44
00:04:07,914 --> 00:04:10,708
-Hey, look, I'll send you his email.
-Okay.

45
00:04:33,690 --> 00:04:35,400
-[man] Yeah, baby!
-[cheering]

46
00:04:35,483 --> 00:04:36,818
-It's party time!
-[man] Hit it!

47
00:05:00,425 --> 00:05:01,592
Morning, ladies.

48
00:05:03,594 --> 00:05:05,013
-We ready?
-Mm-hmm.

49
00:05:05,972 --> 00:05:07,181
Looking good.

50
00:05:08,516 --> 00:05:09,851
Call the Mexicans.

51
00:05:44,385 --> 00:05:46,429
Enlighten my eyes...

52
00:05:47,805 --> 00:05:50,600
or I shall sleep the sleep of death.

53
00:06:27,387 --> 00:06:29,389
[Zeke cooing]

54
00:06:48,533 --> 00:06:49,826
[cooing continues]

55
00:06:50,493 --> 00:06:51,411
[Jonah] Hey, Zeke.

56
00:06:52,912 --> 00:06:53,955
Want some eggs?

57
00:06:54,997 --> 00:06:57,208
[gasps] Hey.

58
00:06:57,792 --> 00:06:58,626
Marty.

59
00:07:00,586 --> 00:07:01,796
No, thank you.

60
00:07:02,463 --> 00:07:05,258
Some coffee would be great,
though, please.

61
00:07:07,969 --> 00:07:09,971
How long is he staying with us?

62
00:07:10,054 --> 00:07:12,515
Just until they can find
a suitable home for him.

63
00:07:16,185 --> 00:07:18,729
[Charlotte] So, people just give us
babies indefinitely?

64
00:07:19,230 --> 00:07:21,649
-What, like we're such the model family?
-Okay.

65
00:07:21,732 --> 00:07:24,277
Easy on the sarcasm. We told you.

66
00:07:24,861 --> 00:07:26,612
Mason asked us to help him out.

67
00:07:31,409 --> 00:07:32,618
[Charlotte sighs]

68
00:07:33,995 --> 00:07:35,204
Where you goin'?

69
00:07:36,372 --> 00:07:37,331
Wyatt's.

70
00:07:38,207 --> 00:07:40,501
I thought Ruth told you
to stay away from him.

71
00:07:40,585 --> 00:07:41,711
[scoffs] I don't care.

72
00:07:42,295 --> 00:07:45,256
In case you've forgotten, it was Wyatt
that got expelled for protecting Jonah.

73
00:07:45,339 --> 00:07:47,508
-[Wendy] That's not our fault.
-[Charlotte] Bullshit.

74
00:07:47,592 --> 00:07:49,594
-Hey.
-[Charlotte] Jonah didn't get expelled.

75
00:07:50,470 --> 00:07:52,763
They threw out Wyatt
because he's a Langmore.

76
00:07:53,431 --> 00:07:55,183
I suppose you think that that's fair.

77
00:07:56,058 --> 00:07:57,477
Well, none of it's fair.

78
00:08:02,648 --> 00:08:04,650
Jonah, would you take the baby
in the other room?

79
00:08:04,734 --> 00:08:05,735
I wanna talk to your father.

80
00:08:07,195 --> 00:08:08,279
[Jonah] Come on, buddy.

81
00:08:08,779 --> 00:08:10,239
Did you get any sleep?

82
00:08:11,657 --> 00:08:13,367
She's right about Wyatt, you know?

83
00:08:15,328 --> 00:08:17,163
Well, we have other problems.

84
00:08:18,915 --> 00:08:20,750
Beecher's report to the commission.

85
00:08:21,250 --> 00:08:23,169
It's as bad as we expected.

86
00:08:25,671 --> 00:08:26,756
[sighs]

87
00:08:27,840 --> 00:08:29,759
Marty, we've gotta get ahead of this,

88
00:08:29,842 --> 00:08:32,178
or else the casino's
gonna go down in flames.

89
00:08:33,888 --> 00:08:35,264
What do you wanna do?

90
00:08:37,099 --> 00:08:39,101
Wilkes isn't returning my calls.

91
00:08:45,316 --> 00:08:46,526
[sighs]

92
00:08:48,861 --> 00:08:52,823
You know, I used to think
that we were, uh, different than them.

93
00:08:53,616 --> 00:08:55,785
You know, these people that we work for.

94
00:08:58,120 --> 00:08:59,372
And, um...

95
00:09:01,541 --> 00:09:02,375
Hey.

96
00:09:03,292 --> 00:09:04,919
We are different from them.

97
00:09:06,337 --> 00:09:07,922
You saved my life.

98
00:09:08,923 --> 00:09:10,800
Mason would've killed me otherwise.

99
00:09:11,551 --> 00:09:13,844
And you are the one who has always said,

100
00:09:15,137 --> 00:09:16,597
"People make choices."

101
00:09:18,432 --> 00:09:20,476
Mason's wife didn't have a choice.

102
00:09:20,560 --> 00:09:22,812
Our kids, they didn't have a choice.

103
00:09:22,895 --> 00:09:26,732
Okay, well, we have to concentrate
on the casino.

104
00:09:27,567 --> 00:09:30,778
-So, I am going to go see Wilkes.
-[cell phone ringing]

105
00:09:31,529 --> 00:09:32,738
-Hello.
-Can you look after the baby

106
00:09:32,822 --> 00:09:33,781
while I'm gone?

107
00:09:38,202 --> 00:09:39,870
Jesus, is she dead?

108
00:09:41,330 --> 00:09:42,623
I'll be right there.

109
00:09:44,000 --> 00:09:44,917
What?

110
00:09:46,002 --> 00:09:47,253
Rachel OD'd.

111
00:09:49,547 --> 00:09:50,673
I gotta go.

112
00:10:03,978 --> 00:10:06,355
I just wanted to thank you
for what you did.

113
00:10:07,481 --> 00:10:10,359
I know you didn't sign up for this.
It's all been a nightmare.

114
00:10:10,443 --> 00:10:13,613
Pretty weird kidnapping
when the victim gets to keep the ransom.

115
00:10:15,281 --> 00:10:16,532
He gave it to us.

116
00:10:16,616 --> 00:10:19,577
He was going on the run, and he knew
he couldn't take care of the baby.

117
00:10:20,494 --> 00:10:22,872
I have no idea whether
to believe you or not.

118
00:10:24,040 --> 00:10:25,833
-I'm sorry you feel that way.
-Yeah.

119
00:10:29,962 --> 00:10:31,172
Have you heard about the Beecher letter?

120
00:10:31,255 --> 00:10:32,798
Oh, yeah, I heard about it.

121
00:10:33,758 --> 00:10:35,217
The casino's doomed.

122
00:10:36,093 --> 00:10:37,637
The commission will never approve it.

123
00:10:38,971 --> 00:10:40,765
-Unless you interceded.
-Yeah.

124
00:10:42,058 --> 00:10:43,517
Nope, can't do it.

125
00:10:46,103 --> 00:10:49,231
-[chuckles] Can't or won't?
-It's too late.

126
00:10:53,486 --> 00:10:55,571
What about your offer?
Is it still on the table?

127
00:10:55,655 --> 00:10:57,281
-Come on, Wendy.
-No, I'm serious.

128
00:10:58,324 --> 00:10:59,784
You would leave Marty?

129
00:11:00,368 --> 00:11:02,078
If it kept him safe. Him and the kids.

130
00:11:02,745 --> 00:11:05,790
You said you'd do anything
to get that final vote on the casino.

131
00:11:06,457 --> 00:11:08,292
I always wondered if you were lying.

132
00:11:10,086 --> 00:11:11,212
Try me.

133
00:11:15,675 --> 00:11:17,051
It's gone too far.

134
00:11:39,281 --> 00:11:40,449
[inhales sharply]

135
00:11:48,791 --> 00:11:51,419
[mouthing] Are you wearing a wire?

136
00:11:52,169 --> 00:11:54,422
[softly] Fuck you.

137
00:11:55,381 --> 00:11:57,466
The EMTs took it off me.

138
00:11:58,134 --> 00:11:59,218
Okay.

139
00:12:06,350 --> 00:12:08,102
I didn't know you were using.

140
00:12:09,061 --> 00:12:10,354
[inhales sharply]

141
00:12:10,438 --> 00:12:12,440
Yeah, well, it's not your problem.

142
00:12:12,523 --> 00:12:15,401
I'm not a fucking junkie,
so don't worry about it.

143
00:12:16,193 --> 00:12:19,238
Nix said that he thought
that the dope was spiked.

144
00:12:23,159 --> 00:12:24,326
So?

145
00:12:25,327 --> 00:12:27,705
So, it's not your fault, okay?

146
00:12:28,289 --> 00:12:29,290
None of it is.

147
00:12:31,208 --> 00:12:34,378
I'm really sorry
that I got you involved in all of this.

148
00:12:37,715 --> 00:12:41,427
Yeah, well, no offense, Marty,
but that don't really mean shit.

149
00:12:44,013 --> 00:12:45,055
You're right.

150
00:12:51,687 --> 00:12:55,775
You know, when I first came-to,
I was relieved.

151
00:12:55,858 --> 00:12:57,026
I was like...

152
00:12:58,360 --> 00:13:00,654
"Well, that's good. I didn't die."

153
00:13:02,156 --> 00:13:03,741
Then I was like...

154
00:13:08,454 --> 00:13:09,872
"What the fuck now?"

155
00:13:11,957 --> 00:13:12,875
Hey.

156
00:13:15,836 --> 00:13:17,463
What if I can get you out?

157
00:13:18,923 --> 00:13:20,466
The cartel doesn't know about you.

158
00:13:25,888 --> 00:13:27,890
I don't know. I'm just really tired.

159
00:13:28,557 --> 00:13:30,142
I know. I know.

160
00:13:33,646 --> 00:13:35,022
Then let me help.

161
00:13:36,524 --> 00:13:39,235
I can't fuck it up any worse.

162
00:13:40,069 --> 00:13:41,654
[Rachel chuckles]

163
00:13:52,164 --> 00:13:54,375
That's the hearse Wendy was driving in.

164
00:13:56,669 --> 00:13:58,712
They could've moved that dough anywhere.

165
00:14:02,758 --> 00:14:06,053
You think you can handle
that Keebler Elf-looking motherfucker?

166
00:14:07,096 --> 00:14:08,931
Only one way to find out.

167
00:14:15,980 --> 00:14:19,066
-Hi, Harry.
-Ruth, hi.

168
00:14:19,650 --> 00:14:21,068
You here for the invoices?

169
00:14:21,193 --> 00:14:23,404
No, I actually need to talk to you
about something.

170
00:14:24,780 --> 00:14:25,614
Come on in.

171
00:14:27,867 --> 00:14:29,702
[Ruth] Um, it's kind of weird.

172
00:14:31,745 --> 00:14:33,706
[beeping]

173
00:14:36,959 --> 00:14:37,960
Weird?

174
00:14:39,295 --> 00:14:41,255
Well, confidential-like.

175
00:14:41,338 --> 00:14:43,549
Oh. Do tell.

176
00:14:45,175 --> 00:14:47,094
Do you like what you do, Harry?

177
00:14:48,554 --> 00:14:50,973
I never wanted to be anything else. Why?

178
00:14:51,515 --> 00:14:52,683
Well...

179
00:14:53,183 --> 00:14:55,978
you know, I work in the strip club, and...

180
00:14:56,604 --> 00:14:59,231
I've just been thinking
about job security.

181
00:14:59,899 --> 00:15:04,445
I mean, that's not something
I really wanna do for the rest of my life.

182
00:15:05,529 --> 00:15:07,031
Not like what you do.

183
00:15:07,823 --> 00:15:09,825
Well, that's the thing about our business.

184
00:15:09,909 --> 00:15:11,660
You never run out of customers.

185
00:15:12,161 --> 00:15:13,412
[both chuckle]

186
00:15:14,914 --> 00:15:17,499
To tell the truth,
not everyone has the stomach for it.

187
00:15:17,583 --> 00:15:19,543
I got a pretty strong fucking stomach.

188
00:15:23,130 --> 00:15:24,340
Pardon my French.

189
00:15:24,840 --> 00:15:26,008
Why don't you come back with me?

190
00:15:26,091 --> 00:15:28,093
I'll show you what we do. Come on.

191
00:15:30,679 --> 00:15:31,597
What's the line?

192
00:15:33,098 --> 00:15:34,433
Eagles and three?

193
00:15:35,351 --> 00:15:37,186
No, fuck the spread.

194
00:15:37,269 --> 00:15:38,812
I told you before,
I'll tell you again, man.

195
00:15:38,896 --> 00:15:40,105
They just a fluke.

196
00:15:40,689 --> 00:15:42,441
Yeah, let me get three large
on the Browns.

197
00:15:42,524 --> 00:15:44,401
-[crashing]
-[man] FBI! Everybody down!

198
00:15:44,485 --> 00:15:45,361
[shouting]

199
00:15:45,444 --> 00:15:47,237
[man] Don't move!
Don't move! Don't move!

200
00:15:47,321 --> 00:15:49,031
[shouting continuing]

201
00:15:57,247 --> 00:15:59,875
-Hands! Freeze! Drop it!
-Put your hands up.

202
00:16:00,626 --> 00:16:05,547
The latest update is 22 fatalities,
seven more in critical condition.

203
00:16:05,923 --> 00:16:07,716
Fentanyl mixed with heroin.

204
00:16:09,969 --> 00:16:11,929
Upstairs is getting their asses kicked.

205
00:16:12,429 --> 00:16:15,265
No one cared as long as the minority
communities were the ones dying,

206
00:16:15,349 --> 00:16:17,601
but once it hit Northwestern...

207
00:16:17,685 --> 00:16:18,727
[man] Do we have a source yet?

208
00:16:18,811 --> 00:16:21,438
[woman] We're rolling up as many
mid-level and street dealers as we can.

209
00:16:21,522 --> 00:16:25,067
The ODs seem to be limited
to the Navarro Cartel's territory.

210
00:16:25,150 --> 00:16:27,569
With all due respect,
it doesn't sound like Navarro.

211
00:16:28,070 --> 00:16:30,781
For all you who haven't had the pleasure,
this is Agent Petty.

212
00:16:32,533 --> 00:16:35,285
He's been undercover down in Lake Ozark
for the past few months,

213
00:16:35,369 --> 00:16:38,330
that is, until one of his informants
blew his cover.

214
00:16:40,040 --> 00:16:42,376
Our theory is they're amping the dope
with fentanyl.

215
00:16:42,876 --> 00:16:44,169
Maybe they overdid it.

216
00:16:46,213 --> 00:16:47,673
Got a better idea?

217
00:16:48,257 --> 00:16:50,134
Look at it epidemiologically.

218
00:16:50,634 --> 00:16:52,469
If the tainted drugs were
from the Navarro Cartel,

219
00:16:52,553 --> 00:16:56,807
we'd see a spike in ODs in Chicago,
Milwaukee, Detroit,

220
00:16:56,890 --> 00:16:59,977
Cleveland and Indianapolis,
because Chicago's the hub.

221
00:17:00,060 --> 00:17:02,563
But right now, we have a spike in ODs
in only two places:

222
00:17:02,646 --> 00:17:05,232
Chicago and the Ozarks,
which indicates two things.

223
00:17:05,816 --> 00:17:08,694
The contaminated drugs are a small batch,

224
00:17:08,777 --> 00:17:11,739
and the drugs came
from the Ozarks to Chicago.

225
00:17:12,531 --> 00:17:13,741
[woman] Okay.

226
00:17:14,742 --> 00:17:15,868
Find the connection.

227
00:17:18,454 --> 00:17:20,581
[Harry] You can tell a lot
about a guest...

228
00:17:20,664 --> 00:17:23,917
I call them guests.
When you're working on them.

229
00:17:24,877 --> 00:17:27,337
Did they drink? Were they fit?

230
00:17:27,921 --> 00:17:29,798
I can even tell you their station in life.

231
00:17:30,549 --> 00:17:31,884
Like this guy.

232
00:17:32,593 --> 00:17:34,219
Had his teeth straightened.

233
00:17:34,720 --> 00:17:36,722
Family probably had money.

234
00:17:41,769 --> 00:17:43,103
[sniffs]

235
00:17:44,354 --> 00:17:45,606
Oh, my God.

236
00:17:46,148 --> 00:17:47,691
The smell of formaldehyde. [chuckles]

237
00:17:51,070 --> 00:17:53,989
The funny thing is people are scared
of the dead, and they shouldn't be.

238
00:17:54,490 --> 00:17:55,783
It's the living who can hurt you.

239
00:17:57,701 --> 00:17:59,203
-We don't do that.
-Sorry.

240
00:18:04,166 --> 00:18:06,543
Is there a bathroom I can use?

241
00:18:07,294 --> 00:18:10,547
Stomach not as strong as
you thought? [chuckles]

242
00:18:10,631 --> 00:18:12,132
Come on. I'll show you.

243
00:18:15,385 --> 00:18:16,678
What's in here?

244
00:18:16,762 --> 00:18:19,723
That's a storage room.
Just some surplus caskets.

245
00:18:20,432 --> 00:18:22,059
Bathroom's just down the hall.

246
00:18:28,398 --> 00:18:30,400
[Amos] I appreciate you bailing me out,
Ms. Pierce.

247
00:18:30,901 --> 00:18:31,819
I'll pay you back every penny

248
00:18:31,902 --> 00:18:33,821
just as soon as
we get back up and rolling.

249
00:18:33,904 --> 00:18:35,531
I know you will, Amos.

250
00:18:36,740 --> 00:18:39,701
I don't know what happened, man.
It seemed like the feds was everywhere.

251
00:18:40,369 --> 00:18:42,621
Come on. We'll give you a ride home.

252
00:18:43,288 --> 00:18:46,375
I really appreciate it,
but, uh, I can just catch me an Uber.

253
00:18:47,000 --> 00:18:49,002
It's no problem. It's on our way.

254
00:18:55,050 --> 00:18:57,177
[Wendy] You can't save the world, Marty.

255
00:18:57,261 --> 00:18:58,428
[Marty] I'm not trying to.

256
00:18:59,012 --> 00:19:03,016
I told Rachel that I'm gonna help her
get out from under Petty.

257
00:19:06,061 --> 00:19:07,062
Jesus.

258
00:19:08,647 --> 00:19:11,316
-How are you gonna do that?
-I don't know yet.

259
00:19:15,737 --> 00:19:17,739
You're a good man, Marty. You are.

260
00:19:20,450 --> 00:19:21,827
But right now,

261
00:19:21,910 --> 00:19:24,955
we need to get the casino over the hump,
and then we can make things right.

262
00:19:26,039 --> 00:19:27,875
She almost died because of what we did.

263
00:19:30,294 --> 00:19:32,713
Rachel almost died
because she's a drug addict.

264
00:19:33,881 --> 00:19:36,175
She stole from us. She informed on us.

265
00:19:36,258 --> 00:19:39,386
She wore a wire.
At what point is any of that our fault?

266
00:19:44,766 --> 00:19:46,977
Is there something I need to know
about you and Rachel?

267
00:19:48,979 --> 00:19:51,273
-[door slides]
-[Charlotte] Mom, Dad.

268
00:19:52,482 --> 00:19:54,359
[Wendy] Sheriff Nix, this is a surprise.

269
00:19:54,443 --> 00:19:56,486
Mrs. Byrde. Marty.

270
00:19:57,362 --> 00:19:58,697
I'm sorry to stop by so late,

271
00:19:58,780 --> 00:20:01,909
but I needed to ask you some questions
about Mason Young.

272
00:20:03,285 --> 00:20:04,369
Thank you, Charlotte.

273
00:20:04,453 --> 00:20:06,872
Can I get you some coffee?
Or maybe some tea, or...

274
00:20:06,955 --> 00:20:08,332
No, I won't be long.

275
00:20:09,208 --> 00:20:11,210
Social services is looking for Mason.

276
00:20:11,835 --> 00:20:13,837
It seems like he's disappeared.

277
00:20:15,964 --> 00:20:17,758
-Oh, dear.
-Disappeared, huh?

278
00:20:17,841 --> 00:20:20,719
He hasn't answered his phone,
and no one's seen him.

279
00:20:20,802 --> 00:20:23,889
So, I thought I would check with you,
see if you knew anything.

280
00:20:25,182 --> 00:20:26,183
[both stutter]

281
00:20:26,266 --> 00:20:30,729
Well, we were contacted
by social services about the baby,

282
00:20:30,812 --> 00:20:34,149
but we actually hadn't spoken
to Mason in months.

283
00:20:34,233 --> 00:20:38,028
See, it just seems a hair strange
that you end up with his child,

284
00:20:38,111 --> 00:20:39,529
and then he goes missing.

285
00:20:40,989 --> 00:20:42,783
Yeah, well, uh...

286
00:20:44,868 --> 00:20:47,913
Actually, I think
it was probably the reverse.

287
00:20:48,413 --> 00:20:49,748
He must've gone missing

288
00:20:49,831 --> 00:20:52,668
after social services took the baby
into custody.

289
00:20:52,751 --> 00:20:54,920
So, you think he might've
done himself some harm?

290
00:20:57,422 --> 00:20:59,716
We know how much he loved that baby.

291
00:20:59,800 --> 00:21:01,510
-[Marty] Yeah.
-Which is why we wanted to get the boy

292
00:21:01,593 --> 00:21:04,513
out of the system as quickly as possible.
We've been waiting to hear from Mason.

293
00:21:04,596 --> 00:21:06,265
You didn't try to reach him?

294
00:21:06,348 --> 00:21:09,101
We went up to Jeff City looking for him,
but he wasn't on his regular corner.

295
00:21:09,184 --> 00:21:10,227
[Wendy] Mm-hmm.

296
00:21:10,310 --> 00:21:11,770
[Nix] Why not just call him?

297
00:21:14,481 --> 00:21:16,024
We didn't have his new number.

298
00:21:16,775 --> 00:21:17,859
[Nix] Hmm.

299
00:21:19,152 --> 00:21:20,362
You know...

300
00:21:22,364 --> 00:21:24,324
you might wanna talk to the Snells.

301
00:21:26,827 --> 00:21:28,495
You know they have a relationship.

302
00:21:32,332 --> 00:21:34,960
Yeah, I may have to do that.

303
00:21:38,005 --> 00:21:41,383
You know, the Snells and I,
we go back a long way.

304
00:21:42,259 --> 00:21:43,969
But everything has its limit.

305
00:21:48,807 --> 00:21:50,058
Thank you for your time.

306
00:21:50,559 --> 00:21:52,394
You'll let me know if you hear from Mason?

307
00:21:52,477 --> 00:21:55,439
-[Wendy] Of course.
-[Nix] All right. Good night now.

308
00:22:02,070 --> 00:22:02,988
[door closes]

309
00:22:08,368 --> 00:22:10,495
Why are you asking me this? [sniffling]

310
00:22:10,579 --> 00:22:12,164
[Helen] I don't know, Amos.

311
00:22:12,247 --> 00:22:14,666
Maybe because most of the ODs were
on your turf.

312
00:22:15,876 --> 00:22:18,837
I don't know nothing about it. Any of it.

313
00:22:18,920 --> 00:22:20,547
[Helen] You cut our heroin with fentanyl.

314
00:22:20,630 --> 00:22:24,009
You tampered with our product,
and now people are dying.

315
00:22:24,092 --> 00:22:26,511
I didn't. I wouldn't!

316
00:22:26,595 --> 00:22:28,096
[Amos sobbing]

317
00:22:28,764 --> 00:22:30,432
[grunting]

318
00:22:39,649 --> 00:22:41,193
We don't wanna do this.

319
00:22:42,527 --> 00:22:44,780
But we are going to find out,
one way or another.

320
00:22:45,530 --> 00:22:47,074
Make it easy on yourself.

321
00:22:47,157 --> 00:22:49,576
-What did you do to the drugs?
-Nothing.

322
00:22:51,328 --> 00:22:53,413
There's still some hidden
in the body shop.

323
00:22:53,997 --> 00:22:56,541
It's wrapped in that plastic.
That's the way it came.

324
00:23:00,212 --> 00:23:01,838
[choking]

325
00:23:08,470 --> 00:23:10,055
[gasping] Okay.

326
00:23:11,640 --> 00:23:15,060
I lost money on the market,
so I hit the dope.

327
00:23:15,977 --> 00:23:17,562
But only with inert stuff.

328
00:23:18,230 --> 00:23:19,356
Fentanyl?

329
00:23:20,482 --> 00:23:22,567
No fucking way, I swear to God.

330
00:23:22,651 --> 00:23:25,362
I only used B12,
and who's that gonna hurt, huh?

331
00:23:27,823 --> 00:23:29,241
[sniffling]

332
00:23:31,785 --> 00:23:33,995
I appreciate your honesty, Amos.

333
00:23:34,496 --> 00:23:36,998
And don't worry. It's all over now.

334
00:23:42,879 --> 00:23:44,589
[gasps, choking]

335
00:23:51,680 --> 00:23:53,557
I saw Susan Blake today.

336
00:23:54,516 --> 00:23:56,768
Her husband kept a file on Wilkes.

337
00:23:57,269 --> 00:23:58,728
He's over-leveraged.

338
00:24:00,147 --> 00:24:02,899
He's using his charity
as his own personal account.

339
00:24:02,983 --> 00:24:05,569
Now, I have a plan, but I need your help.

340
00:24:09,865 --> 00:24:10,991
Did you hear me?

341
00:24:13,743 --> 00:24:15,745
[sighs heavily]

342
00:24:17,122 --> 00:24:20,250
I wanted to tell Nix the truth
about Mason,

343
00:24:21,209 --> 00:24:22,669
just to get it over with.

344
00:24:25,422 --> 00:24:26,465
[sighs]

345
00:24:26,548 --> 00:24:28,675
That would have been a very bad idea.

346
00:24:34,181 --> 00:24:37,142
Well, I didn't say I was going to.
I just wanted to.

347
00:25:22,187 --> 00:25:23,772
So, why are we here, Marty?

348
00:25:27,567 --> 00:25:31,238
EMTs found a wire on Rachel.

349
00:25:32,113 --> 00:25:33,782
I know she was working with you.

350
00:25:34,908 --> 00:25:35,867
And?

351
00:25:36,618 --> 00:25:38,245
She's worthless to you now.

352
00:25:39,913 --> 00:25:42,582
It's kind of touching,
the way you care about her.

353
00:25:43,083 --> 00:25:45,293
I mean, she was trying to put you away.

354
00:25:45,794 --> 00:25:46,962
She almost died last night.

355
00:25:47,045 --> 00:25:50,382
I'm asking you as a human being
to let her go.

356
00:25:52,384 --> 00:25:55,303
You work for one of the most
vicious cartels in the world,

357
00:25:55,387 --> 00:25:57,597
and you're talking to me
about being human?

358
00:25:58,390 --> 00:25:59,724
Rachel isn't a criminal.

359
00:26:00,559 --> 00:26:03,061
Does your wife know
about your feelings for Rachel?

360
00:26:03,562 --> 00:26:07,941
Do your superiors know
that you were supplying drugs to Rachel?

361
00:26:09,526 --> 00:26:13,613
Just so we're clear, the drugs she OD'd on
came from your business partners.

362
00:26:15,490 --> 00:26:18,827
But I might be willing
to let her off the hook, if...

363
00:26:18,910 --> 00:26:19,786
If?

364
00:26:20,787 --> 00:26:22,706
I want the Snells' operation.

365
00:26:23,707 --> 00:26:27,377
The Snells are our partners in the casino.
I'm not aware of an operation.

366
00:26:28,169 --> 00:26:30,714
We think the Snells poisoned
the cartel's dope.

367
00:26:30,797 --> 00:26:34,843
Maybe this marriage of convenience
became inconvenient.

368
00:26:35,343 --> 00:26:37,095
But once the cartel figures it out,

369
00:26:37,178 --> 00:26:39,347
it doesn't bode well
for their partnership.

370
00:26:39,431 --> 00:26:43,560
So... if you really care about Rachel,

371
00:26:44,644 --> 00:26:47,063
you're gonna have to choose sides, Marty.

372
00:26:59,618 --> 00:27:01,036
What are you doing down here?

373
00:27:02,829 --> 00:27:03,997
I like it here.

374
00:27:07,083 --> 00:27:09,419
-Is the baby asleep?
-Finally.

375
00:27:12,380 --> 00:27:13,590
Is that homework?

376
00:27:16,885 --> 00:27:20,138
-Do you know what gamer currency is?
-Mnh-mnh.

377
00:27:21,139 --> 00:27:23,224
Cyber criminals use it to launder money.

378
00:27:24,976 --> 00:27:26,186
I could do this.

379
00:27:28,229 --> 00:27:31,650
We're not looking to get into more crime,
sweetheart. We're trying to get out of it.

380
00:27:38,239 --> 00:27:40,492
But let me ask you a question.

381
00:27:42,744 --> 00:27:45,330
The account you were using,
Mike Fleming's...

382
00:27:47,332 --> 00:27:49,793
How did you open that
without an adult's permission?

383
00:27:52,087 --> 00:27:54,923
Well, I looked into some local banks,

384
00:27:55,006 --> 00:27:59,302
and there was one small one
that failed the stress test a few times.

385
00:28:00,136 --> 00:28:01,179
Not enough capital,

386
00:28:01,262 --> 00:28:03,723
so I figured they wouldn't look
too closely into a kid's account.

387
00:28:04,724 --> 00:28:08,812
So, hypothetically speaking, um...

388
00:28:09,854 --> 00:28:12,816
I mean, would it be possible to open
an offshore account with that?

389
00:28:13,441 --> 00:28:16,319
-You wanna launder money through it?
-No. No, no, no. No, of course not.

390
00:28:16,403 --> 00:28:18,238
I'm just wondering if it's possible.

391
00:28:20,281 --> 00:28:21,825
I've already done it, Mom.

392
00:28:23,993 --> 00:28:26,913
So, if I wanted to disguise the source
of some funds...

393
00:28:27,831 --> 00:28:28,915
I can do it.

394
00:28:33,920 --> 00:28:35,130
Just this once.

395
00:28:40,427 --> 00:28:41,845
[Petty] You going somewhere?

396
00:28:46,182 --> 00:28:47,475
Yeah, I'm going home.

397
00:28:48,059 --> 00:28:49,436
I'll give you a ride.

398
00:28:51,020 --> 00:28:52,272
I'll take a cab.

399
00:28:54,566 --> 00:28:56,860
You outed yourself to Marty, didn't you?

400
00:28:59,696 --> 00:29:02,073
You really think he's gonna rescue you?

401
00:29:04,617 --> 00:29:05,827
Maybe he will.

402
00:29:08,872 --> 00:29:10,415
You're not going home.

403
00:29:12,250 --> 00:29:16,838
You're being detained until I can
extradite you back to Louisiana, so...

404
00:29:22,051 --> 00:29:23,553
You still belong to me.

405
00:29:32,645 --> 00:29:34,564
[Marty] Hi. I didn't know you had a key.

406
00:29:35,482 --> 00:29:36,566
[Helen] We don't.

407
00:29:39,819 --> 00:29:41,988
[Marty] You should've called.
I would've met you here.

408
00:29:42,071 --> 00:29:45,825
No need.
I just wanted to talk about the accounts.

409
00:29:46,826 --> 00:29:48,328
I send you statements.

410
00:29:48,828 --> 00:29:52,749
Hmm. We're kinda like the US government.
Trust, but verify.

411
00:29:54,501 --> 00:29:58,004
Like this $1.8 million withdrawal
from the construction account made today

412
00:29:58,087 --> 00:29:59,339
caught my attention.

413
00:30:00,715 --> 00:30:01,758
Um...

414
00:30:03,468 --> 00:30:04,886
Right. Yeah, $1.8.

415
00:30:04,969 --> 00:30:08,765
That seems a little odd.
We haven't started building yet.

416
00:30:10,141 --> 00:30:12,185
We have infrastructure costs.

417
00:30:12,769 --> 00:30:15,647
Gas and water and power.
We gotta get it all up there.

418
00:30:15,730 --> 00:30:19,359
And, uh, we, uh... We took out a loan
to get things rolling.

419
00:30:19,442 --> 00:30:20,777
Today was the due date.

420
00:30:24,113 --> 00:30:25,031
Okay.

421
00:30:29,452 --> 00:30:33,289
I just don't want you
to confuse our money with yours.

422
00:30:34,541 --> 00:30:39,254
So from now on, all expenditures
over $50,000 get run by me.

423
00:30:42,090 --> 00:30:43,132
Okay.

424
00:30:44,843 --> 00:30:46,970
Uh... understood.

425
00:30:48,721 --> 00:30:49,639
Anything else?

426
00:30:50,598 --> 00:30:53,309
-The Snells.
-What about them?

427
00:30:53,893 --> 00:30:55,603
They spiked our dope with fentanyl.

428
00:30:56,104 --> 00:30:59,232
The feds are up our asses.
My client is furious with them.

429
00:31:00,400 --> 00:31:01,276
And?

430
00:31:01,776 --> 00:31:03,862
The cartel's gonna do
what the cartel does.

431
00:31:04,529 --> 00:31:06,072
The casino is on their land.

432
00:31:06,155 --> 00:31:08,908
The casino is gonna get built,
with or without them.

433
00:31:08,992 --> 00:31:12,161
-Helen, that's gonna be a huge problem.
-Your problem, Marty.

434
00:31:12,954 --> 00:31:15,540
I'm an accountant. I move numbers around.

435
00:31:15,623 --> 00:31:17,792
I'm a lawyer. I move words around.

436
00:31:19,043 --> 00:31:22,255
There are no victims here.
Just volunteers, right?

437
00:31:35,894 --> 00:31:39,147
[woman] Following a teacher walkout
that began ten days ago,

438
00:31:39,230 --> 00:31:42,692
state lawmakers finally passed 
a new education budget bill

439
00:31:42,775 --> 00:31:46,738
providing, on average,
a $3,000 raise for teachers statewide.

440
00:31:47,322 --> 00:31:51,075
The strike ends amid a wave
of teacher protests throughout the state,

441
00:31:51,159 --> 00:31:53,161
as reduced education...

442
00:31:54,746 --> 00:31:57,999
I tried reaching you. I made dinner.

443
00:31:59,334 --> 00:32:02,337
Helen Pierce, um, was curious today

444
00:32:02,420 --> 00:32:06,799
as to why $1.8 million was missing
from the construction account.

445
00:32:06,883 --> 00:32:08,968
I was gonna tell you when you got home.

446
00:32:09,052 --> 00:32:10,261
Okay, I'm home.

447
00:32:11,429 --> 00:32:14,557
I had to put something in motion
on Wilkes. I had to move fast.

448
00:32:16,643 --> 00:32:19,562
Did it not occur to you
to ask me first, Wendy?

449
00:32:20,480 --> 00:32:21,439
I did.

450
00:32:22,106 --> 00:32:24,442
I asked for your help.
You were more interested in Rachel.

451
00:32:24,525 --> 00:32:26,778
Okay, that ground
feels a little shaky to me.

452
00:32:26,861 --> 00:32:28,404
Look, we're gonna get most
of the money back,

453
00:32:28,488 --> 00:32:29,322
if that's what you're worried about.

454
00:32:29,405 --> 00:32:31,407
Do you not know
what happens to people who skim?

455
00:32:33,368 --> 00:32:34,661
This is not skimming.

456
00:32:35,161 --> 00:32:36,496
This is me trying to make sure

457
00:32:36,579 --> 00:32:38,957
that we build a fucking casino
for the fucking cartel,

458
00:32:39,040 --> 00:32:40,458
so that we all don't get killed.

459
00:32:40,875 --> 00:32:43,211
Now, you wanna second-guess me,
go right ahead.

460
00:32:43,294 --> 00:32:45,797
-What I want is to not be blindsided...
-[Zeke crying]

461
00:32:45,880 --> 00:32:48,132
-[Wendy shushing]
-...by having $1.8 million

462
00:32:48,216 --> 00:32:50,301
just mysteriously disappear.

463
00:32:50,385 --> 00:32:51,219
You know what?

464
00:32:51,302 --> 00:32:54,722
Since Mason, your priorities have been
completely upside down.

465
00:32:55,223 --> 00:32:58,101
Well, you seem completely unaffected
by what happened. How about that?

466
00:32:58,601 --> 00:33:00,645
I'm the one he kidnapped!

467
00:33:01,896 --> 00:33:06,359
I'm the one who he threatened to kill,
so don't you fucking tell me what I feel.

468
00:33:06,442 --> 00:33:07,652
[Zeke continues crying]

469
00:33:08,319 --> 00:33:09,487
Do you know what? Just...

470
00:33:09,570 --> 00:33:11,572
You take care of the baby.
I'm gonna go get some sleep.

471
00:33:20,707 --> 00:33:22,333
[Darlene] Is something bothering you?

472
00:33:23,710 --> 00:33:25,920
As a matter of fact, there is.

473
00:33:27,964 --> 00:33:30,383
Should I make you some cocoa?

474
00:33:30,466 --> 00:33:32,051
It was you, wasn't it?

475
00:33:33,886 --> 00:33:35,847
You spiked the product.

476
00:33:37,348 --> 00:33:38,516
[Darlene scoffs]

477
00:33:38,599 --> 00:33:39,934
What if I did?

478
00:33:42,311 --> 00:33:44,397
You know how many people you've hurt?

479
00:33:44,480 --> 00:33:45,606
[Darlene] Ugh!

480
00:33:46,190 --> 00:33:50,236
Some junkies who were killing themselves
with dope succeeded.

481
00:33:50,319 --> 00:33:53,406
So what? This is about respect.

482
00:33:54,157 --> 00:33:57,535
The cartel thought
they could roll right over us.

483
00:33:57,618 --> 00:33:59,620
Well, they don't anymore.

484
00:34:00,121 --> 00:34:02,832
I think you misconstrue the situation.

485
00:34:03,958 --> 00:34:07,462
I told you not to get involved with them.

486
00:34:07,545 --> 00:34:09,630
I don't answer to you, Darlene.

487
00:34:13,593 --> 00:34:17,138
I think you misconstrue the situation.

488
00:34:17,221 --> 00:34:18,848
They'll come after us.

489
00:34:20,475 --> 00:34:21,976
There'll be a war.

490
00:34:22,060 --> 00:34:24,062
We've had to fight before.

491
00:34:24,145 --> 00:34:26,522
I am not afraid. Are you?

492
00:34:27,231 --> 00:34:30,193
Yes, I am. I am afraid.

493
00:34:32,320 --> 00:34:33,362
Of you...

494
00:34:34,989 --> 00:34:36,908
and your implacable rage.

495
00:34:38,076 --> 00:34:39,410
Your rashness.

496
00:34:39,994 --> 00:34:43,414
You killed Ash...

497
00:34:44,290 --> 00:34:46,250
for no reason.

498
00:34:47,293 --> 00:34:50,088
For money, for a casino.

499
00:34:50,630 --> 00:34:52,965
I killed him to save you.

500
00:34:55,426 --> 00:34:58,179
I guess we just see things differently.

501
00:35:07,980 --> 00:35:09,148
[door shuts]

502
00:35:15,905 --> 00:35:17,532
[Zeke cooing]

503
00:35:22,912 --> 00:35:24,122
[Marty grunts]

504
00:35:28,793 --> 00:35:30,503
[sighs]

505
00:35:33,714 --> 00:35:34,549
Hey.

506
00:35:35,133 --> 00:35:37,218
[Zeke coughs]

507
00:35:39,053 --> 00:35:40,054
You okay?

508
00:35:43,057 --> 00:35:44,100
Morning.

509
00:35:56,737 --> 00:35:58,364
[bell ringing]

510
00:36:06,914 --> 00:36:08,291
Hello, Ruth.

511
00:36:08,374 --> 00:36:11,252
What the fuck is it now?
You already kicked out Wyatt.

512
00:36:11,335 --> 00:36:13,254
-Please sit down.
-You kicking out Three, too?

513
00:36:13,337 --> 00:36:15,882
-What, you get a family rate?
-I guess they didn't tell you.

514
00:36:15,965 --> 00:36:17,842
This school has had it in
for the Langmores

515
00:36:17,925 --> 00:36:20,178
-since my daddy's been here.
-This has nothing to do with Three.

516
00:36:20,261 --> 00:36:22,430
Wyatt is a good kid.

517
00:36:22,805 --> 00:36:26,475
Did you even read his application essay
for Mizzou?

518
00:36:26,851 --> 00:36:28,102
He's smart.

519
00:36:28,186 --> 00:36:31,230
He ain't like the rest of us.
I mean, he can go somewhere.

520
00:36:31,314 --> 00:36:32,899
We're letting him back in, Ruth.

521
00:36:34,734 --> 00:36:35,568
What?

522
00:36:35,651 --> 00:36:39,280
Assuming there are no further incidents,
we're rescinding the expulsion.

523
00:36:40,156 --> 00:36:43,784
A benefactor made a very eloquent case
on his behalf.

524
00:36:45,203 --> 00:36:47,330
-Who?
-Well, I can't tell you.

525
00:36:47,830 --> 00:36:49,248
He prefers it that way.

526
00:36:51,667 --> 00:36:53,336
Make sure Wyatt's back on Monday.

527
00:36:56,255 --> 00:36:57,173
[mouths] Okay.

528
00:37:10,394 --> 00:37:11,229
Hey, boss.

529
00:37:11,812 --> 00:37:12,730
What's up?

530
00:37:12,813 --> 00:37:15,691
[Rettelsdorf] Well, some interesting news.

531
00:37:18,236 --> 00:37:20,655
Looks like the right-to-work initiative's
gonna make it on the ballot.

532
00:37:20,738 --> 00:37:22,156
Mmm! About time.

533
00:37:22,240 --> 00:37:24,992
And a lot of pushback from the unions,
big surprise.

534
00:37:26,285 --> 00:37:30,581
And a $1.8 million donation was made
to the foundation.

535
00:37:31,540 --> 00:37:33,793
-That's generous.
-Yeah, with some strings.

536
00:37:33,876 --> 00:37:36,462
Half goes to the Wilkes Foundation,

537
00:37:36,545 --> 00:37:39,799
a third passes through
to the Blake Foundation,

538
00:37:39,882 --> 00:37:42,927
and the rest goes
to some hurricane victims charity.

539
00:37:43,010 --> 00:37:44,679
600K to Blake?

540
00:37:46,305 --> 00:37:49,016
-That's close to the amount we owe them.
-I know.

541
00:37:49,100 --> 00:37:51,310
-It smells a little.
-Who's the donor?

542
00:37:51,978 --> 00:37:55,231
-It's an anonymous gift.
-That's even worse.

543
00:37:55,731 --> 00:37:58,567
[sighs] Before you accept it,

544
00:37:58,651 --> 00:38:00,695
you better find out
who the hell anonymous is.

545
00:38:00,778 --> 00:38:01,737
[Rettelsdorf] Yeah.

546
00:38:02,321 --> 00:38:05,366
[Wyatt] Whoa!
They've got a ton of first editions.

547
00:38:06,075 --> 00:38:07,285
Look Homeward, Angel.

548
00:38:07,368 --> 00:38:10,454
That's, like, probably
my favorite American novel ever.

549
00:38:11,330 --> 00:38:12,290
[exhales sharply]

550
00:38:15,376 --> 00:38:19,422
Excuse me.
Could you unlock that case for me? Thanks.

551
00:38:25,761 --> 00:38:29,849
Just be careful. These are worth a lot.

552
00:38:30,349 --> 00:38:31,225
-Thanks.
-Thank you.

553
00:38:31,309 --> 00:38:32,226
You're welcome.

554
00:38:34,353 --> 00:38:35,396
Wow!

555
00:38:38,357 --> 00:38:41,485
Thomas Wolfe, huge guy. Like, 6'6".

556
00:38:41,569 --> 00:38:43,446
But he liked to write standing up.

557
00:38:44,071 --> 00:38:47,491
So, he would stand at his refrigerator
and use it as a desk.

558
00:38:47,575 --> 00:38:48,617
[chuckles]

559
00:38:49,285 --> 00:38:50,161
Crazy.

560
00:38:50,828 --> 00:38:52,246
[cell phone ringing]

561
00:38:56,625 --> 00:38:57,626
Ruth, what's up?

562
00:38:59,587 --> 00:39:00,504
Yeah.

563
00:39:02,798 --> 00:39:03,966
Okay, what's that mean?

564
00:39:09,055 --> 00:39:10,222
Okay.

565
00:39:12,016 --> 00:39:13,559
-Did she tell you who?
-[Charlotte sighs]

566
00:39:16,270 --> 00:39:17,730
[Wyatt] All right. Love you. Bye.

567
00:39:20,983 --> 00:39:23,069
I got back into school. [scoffs]

568
00:39:23,152 --> 00:39:24,695
-What?
-Yeah.

569
00:39:25,196 --> 00:39:26,322
Well, that's cool.

570
00:39:26,906 --> 00:39:27,823
What happened?

571
00:39:28,991 --> 00:39:30,159
I don't know.

572
00:39:31,494 --> 00:39:33,329
Ruth just said she talked to Abbott.

573
00:39:33,829 --> 00:39:35,623
She said someone came in
and made my case for me,

574
00:39:35,706 --> 00:39:37,333
and I go back on Monday.

575
00:39:40,044 --> 00:39:41,837
Hey, do you think it was Marty?

576
00:39:41,921 --> 00:39:43,172
I don't know.

577
00:39:43,255 --> 00:39:47,676
You think he felt guilty about my dad?
About what happened?

578
00:39:48,928 --> 00:39:51,347
I'm not sure I know
who my parents are anymore.

579
00:40:14,912 --> 00:40:16,497
[door opens]

580
00:40:20,418 --> 00:40:22,169
Bet you were a teacher's pet.

581
00:40:24,380 --> 00:40:30,636
Straight-A student. Sat in the front row.
Hair combed. Hand up first.

582
00:40:30,719 --> 00:40:35,641
Yeah, you'd lose that bet.
I, um... I spent fifth grade in the hall.

583
00:40:35,724 --> 00:40:38,978
I kept correcting the teacher's spelling.
She never appreciated it.

584
00:40:39,061 --> 00:40:41,605
You always thought you were
the smartest one in the room, huh?

585
00:40:42,606 --> 00:40:44,358
Some rooms are smarter than others.

586
00:40:48,154 --> 00:40:50,781
You got Wyatt back into school,
didn't you?

587
00:40:55,202 --> 00:40:56,912
It didn't seem fair.

588
00:40:56,996 --> 00:41:00,374
Like being tossed out of the classroom
for knowing more than the teacher?

589
00:41:01,834 --> 00:41:02,960
Listen, um...

590
00:41:05,421 --> 00:41:09,049
I... I should've protected you
from the cartel.

591
00:41:09,133 --> 00:41:11,635
I know it doesn't mean much,
but I blame myself.

592
00:41:13,429 --> 00:41:14,430
You should.

593
00:41:19,643 --> 00:41:21,437
I want my office back.

594
00:41:23,647 --> 00:41:24,940
Anything else?

595
00:41:28,027 --> 00:41:29,487
It's a start. [scoffs]

596
00:41:31,614 --> 00:41:32,531
Turn off the lights when you leave.

597
00:41:47,296 --> 00:41:48,255
[door closes]

598
00:42:21,121 --> 00:42:22,248
You bought that?

599
00:42:23,249 --> 00:42:24,500
Not exactly.

600
00:42:26,126 --> 00:42:27,294
What did you do?

601
00:42:28,420 --> 00:42:30,256
What does it matter? It's yours.

602
00:42:32,591 --> 00:42:33,676
I don't want it.

603
00:42:34,301 --> 00:42:35,803
Why? What's wrong?

604
00:42:37,555 --> 00:42:40,766
You just don't get it.
It's like what happened at school.

605
00:42:40,849 --> 00:42:41,892
If you get caught,

606
00:42:41,976 --> 00:42:44,603
you get a slap on the wrist.
Marty pays for the book.

607
00:42:44,687 --> 00:42:46,272
I get caught, I go to fucking jail.

608
00:42:46,355 --> 00:42:49,108
[scoffs] You liked it so much,
and I wanted to get it for you, so--

609
00:42:49,191 --> 00:42:51,610
I just got back into school,
for Christ's sake.

610
00:42:51,694 --> 00:42:53,737
-I thought you hated school.
-I... [sighs]

611
00:42:54,488 --> 00:42:56,448
That's not what I said, Charlotte.

612
00:42:58,534 --> 00:43:01,620
-I'm sorry, okay? It was stupid.
-No...

613
00:43:03,497 --> 00:43:07,167
You just don't understand
who my family is, okay?

614
00:43:07,251 --> 00:43:09,545
The shit that they've done,
it's like I can't escape it.

615
00:43:09,628 --> 00:43:14,800
Oh, Jesus, you think you're the only one?
I saw a guy get killed in my house.

616
00:43:14,883 --> 00:43:18,512
I loaded money into a wall.
The fucking FBI raided us.

617
00:43:18,596 --> 00:43:21,432
My parents are paranoid
about anyone I hang out with.

618
00:43:21,515 --> 00:43:23,767
And now we have a baby,

619
00:43:23,851 --> 00:43:26,061
and I know they're lying
about how they got it.

620
00:43:26,145 --> 00:43:29,481
A fucking baby!
It's all just so fucked up.

621
00:43:34,903 --> 00:43:37,072
[sighs] Why would you do that?

622
00:43:37,823 --> 00:43:39,825
Do you have any idea
how much that's worth?

623
00:43:46,624 --> 00:43:49,418
Charlotte, will you let your brother know
that dinner's ready, please?

624
00:43:50,210 --> 00:43:51,670
Jonah!

625
00:43:51,754 --> 00:43:53,631
That's great. I could have done that.

626
00:43:55,090 --> 00:43:56,300
[door closes]

627
00:44:01,847 --> 00:44:03,098
Take a seat, sweetheart.

628
00:44:03,182 --> 00:44:04,975
[Jonah] Sorry, I was just finishing up.

629
00:44:06,101 --> 00:44:07,561
What were you finishing up?

630
00:44:10,731 --> 00:44:12,107
Jonah is...

631
00:44:13,317 --> 00:44:15,736
um, creating an online profile...

632
00:44:16,570 --> 00:44:17,863
for Mike Fleming.

633
00:44:20,908 --> 00:44:22,076
What does that mean?

634
00:44:23,202 --> 00:44:25,329
[Wendy] We're using his account,
only temporarily.

635
00:44:26,246 --> 00:44:28,207
The Blake Foundation
is having a benefit tomorrow night,

636
00:44:28,290 --> 00:44:30,292
and we'll see if Wilkes bites.

637
00:44:30,376 --> 00:44:32,086
You didn't need to ask Jonah.

638
00:44:33,629 --> 00:44:35,881
[Wendy]
It was an emergency, and you were busy.

639
00:44:41,845 --> 00:44:43,681
What'd you do today, Charlotte?

640
00:44:45,265 --> 00:44:46,350
I stole a book.

641
00:44:47,518 --> 00:44:48,852
-[Wendy] You what?
-You stole a book?

642
00:44:49,353 --> 00:44:52,940
A first edition of Look Homeward, Angel,
from an antiquarian bookstore.

643
00:44:53,023 --> 00:44:54,358
Why would you do that?

644
00:44:54,942 --> 00:44:58,028
[chuckles] I don't know.
Because I'm a Byrde and that's what we do.

645
00:44:58,612 --> 00:44:59,530
Then you return it.

646
00:44:59,613 --> 00:45:02,616
-It's too late. I gave it to someone.
-[Wendy] Then you need to pay them for it.

647
00:45:02,700 --> 00:45:05,828
You don't steal things from a store.
You know that.

648
00:45:07,913 --> 00:45:11,417
This is insane. You see that, right?

649
00:45:12,126 --> 00:45:13,335
[Zeke crying]

650
00:45:15,713 --> 00:45:19,007
Charlotte. Charlotte!

651
00:45:19,091 --> 00:45:20,509
[cell phone ringing]

652
00:45:23,721 --> 00:45:24,888
Hi, Helen.

653
00:45:24,972 --> 00:45:27,433
[Helen] I got the link you sent
and did some digging.

654
00:45:27,516 --> 00:45:29,393
Check your inbox. I think you'll be happy.

655
00:45:31,186 --> 00:45:32,688
[cell phone ringing]

656
00:45:35,107 --> 00:45:38,026
-[Wilkes clears throat] Yeah?
-[Rettelsdorf] It's me. I wake you?

657
00:45:38,110 --> 00:45:41,363
-[chuckles] What do you think?
-Yeah, say hello to Sherry.

658
00:45:41,447 --> 00:45:44,032
-She finish your taxes yet?
-Fuck off.

659
00:45:44,992 --> 00:45:46,368
What do you want?

660
00:45:46,452 --> 00:45:49,788
Well, I paid off a teller at the bank
that made the wire transfer.

661
00:45:49,872 --> 00:45:52,624
The name of the anonymous benefactor
is Michael Fleming.

662
00:45:53,834 --> 00:45:56,879
[sighs] Michael-- Never heard of him.

663
00:45:56,962 --> 00:45:59,673
That's because he's a 14-year-old boy.

664
00:46:00,299 --> 00:46:01,258
What?

665
00:46:01,341 --> 00:46:04,762
Evidently, his father died
and left him a foundation.

666
00:46:04,845 --> 00:46:07,306
They need to make some bequests
for tax reasons.

667
00:46:10,434 --> 00:46:11,602
[Wilkes chuckles]

668
00:46:11,685 --> 00:46:12,603
Hello.

669
00:46:13,520 --> 00:46:14,688
I'm here. [grunts]

670
00:46:14,772 --> 00:46:15,981
What do you want me to do?

671
00:46:16,064 --> 00:46:17,316
-If I had more time--
-It's fine.

672
00:46:18,108 --> 00:46:23,238
The world needs a little bit more trust.
Just accept it. Accept the money.

673
00:46:33,207 --> 00:46:36,001
[Petty] There's not much to like
about the Ozarks, but, man...

674
00:46:38,086 --> 00:46:39,546
This French toast is...

675
00:46:42,716 --> 00:46:44,468
I think it's the fresh buttermilk.

676
00:46:49,014 --> 00:46:51,016
You gonna give me the details
of the Snell operation,

677
00:46:51,099 --> 00:46:52,309
or are you on your way out?

678
00:47:07,866 --> 00:47:10,953
[Barb] You're a fucking angel.
I needed a fix, and there you were.

679
00:47:11,703 --> 00:47:12,996
How did you know who I was?

680
00:47:13,080 --> 00:47:14,873
[man] I'm a friend of your son's.
You want me to tie you off?

681
00:47:14,957 --> 00:47:17,042
-[Barb] Oh, yeah. Yeah.
-Yeah.

682
00:47:18,210 --> 00:47:20,045
[Barb breathing heavily]

683
00:47:29,096 --> 00:47:30,097
[grunts]

684
00:47:35,435 --> 00:47:36,854
[Barb exhales]

685
00:47:38,730 --> 00:47:40,232
[sighs heavily]

686
00:47:40,315 --> 00:47:42,818
You're a fucking angel.

687
00:47:44,194 --> 00:47:45,362
Angel.

688
00:47:45,863 --> 00:47:48,031
I will fucking kill you.

689
00:47:49,199 --> 00:47:50,409
No, you won't.

690
00:47:51,743 --> 00:47:53,495
Not if you care about your mother.

691
00:47:58,000 --> 00:48:01,670
You're gonna let Rachel go,
and you're gonna drop all pending charges.

692
00:48:02,421 --> 00:48:05,215
If she gets so much as a parking ticket...

693
00:48:08,093 --> 00:48:09,511
You proud of yourself?

694
00:48:11,597 --> 00:48:13,056
Threatening a sick woman?

695
00:48:17,561 --> 00:48:18,562
No.

696
00:48:20,480 --> 00:48:21,690
Not for a second.

697
00:48:23,734 --> 00:48:25,861
[chattering]

698
00:48:58,602 --> 00:49:00,187
[Wendy] Hello, Charlie.

699
00:49:01,438 --> 00:49:03,315
I didn't know you had an eye for art.

700
00:49:03,941 --> 00:49:08,195
I don't. It's a commodity,
like everything else. Should I buy it?

701
00:49:08,779 --> 00:49:11,406
It's better than hog futures,
and it's for a good cause.

702
00:49:13,909 --> 00:49:15,452
Mind if I borrow your date?

703
00:49:16,203 --> 00:49:18,747
As long as you return him
in the same condition.

704
00:49:28,465 --> 00:49:29,758
[Wilkes sighs]

705
00:49:32,010 --> 00:49:33,303
What are you doing here?

706
00:49:34,179 --> 00:49:35,973
I heard you finally made good
on your donation.

707
00:49:36,056 --> 00:49:38,517
-Yeah? Where'd you hear that?
-Susan Blake.

708
00:49:39,017 --> 00:49:39,851
Oh, you're friends now?

709
00:49:40,477 --> 00:49:42,604
-We have mutual interests.
-Like what?

710
00:49:43,730 --> 00:49:46,024
Like making sure promises are lived up to.

711
00:49:47,359 --> 00:49:49,194
Are you trying to tell me something?

712
00:49:50,112 --> 00:49:54,408
Marty and I facilitated the donation
from Mike Fleming to you.

713
00:49:55,283 --> 00:49:58,662
My position has not changed on the casino.
I am still out.

714
00:49:58,745 --> 00:50:00,080
I assumed.

715
00:50:00,163 --> 00:50:03,041
Unfortunately, you just accepted
Mexican drug cartel money

716
00:50:03,125 --> 00:50:05,669
and helped launder it
through a Guyanese charity.

717
00:50:06,044 --> 00:50:09,423
That is just not a good look
for a moralist like you.

718
00:50:10,799 --> 00:50:12,843
We had no idea where that money came from.

719
00:50:13,427 --> 00:50:16,013
I'm not so sure
the FBI will see it that way.

720
00:50:16,096 --> 00:50:17,180
And once they start looking into

721
00:50:17,264 --> 00:50:20,642
how you use your own charity
as your own personal piggy bank,

722
00:50:20,726 --> 00:50:23,562
well, I guess you're looking at
tax evasion,

723
00:50:23,645 --> 00:50:24,938
wire fraud, money laundering--

724
00:50:25,022 --> 00:50:27,274
-You fucking set me up?
-Hey.

725
00:50:28,108 --> 00:50:29,901
Take a drink, Charlie.

726
00:50:30,944 --> 00:50:32,863
Smile. People are watching.

727
00:50:33,447 --> 00:50:34,573
[chuckles]

728
00:50:35,282 --> 00:50:36,783
You try and take me down,

729
00:50:37,534 --> 00:50:40,120
believe me,
I take you and Marty down with me.

730
00:50:40,704 --> 00:50:41,997
I don't doubt that for a second,

731
00:50:42,080 --> 00:50:44,207
but there's a less painful way out
of this,

732
00:50:44,291 --> 00:50:45,959
one where you get to keep the donation,

733
00:50:46,043 --> 00:50:48,045
recoupable against your piece
of the profits,

734
00:50:48,128 --> 00:50:51,423
and we get the casino.
Just help us get through the commission.

735
00:50:52,632 --> 00:50:55,969
You are one cold-hearted bitch.

736
00:51:07,731 --> 00:51:08,899
[Cade exhales]

737
00:51:10,233 --> 00:51:11,485
Let's go.

738
00:51:17,949 --> 00:51:19,117
[Ruth] Camera to the left.

739
00:51:23,497 --> 00:51:25,123
[beeping]

740
00:51:33,799 --> 00:51:35,675
-[doorknob jiggling]
-[Ruth] Oh, shit.

741
00:51:55,445 --> 00:51:56,279
[Cade grunts]

742
00:51:56,363 --> 00:51:57,405
[Ruth] Fuck.

743
00:52:03,829 --> 00:52:05,956
God damn it. Fuck.

744
00:52:06,039 --> 00:52:08,708
[groaning]

745
00:52:10,418 --> 00:52:11,253
Fuck!

746
00:52:12,462 --> 00:52:13,797
[grunts] Where is it?

747
00:52:16,842 --> 00:52:17,884
[Ruth] Maybe I just got it wrong.

748
00:52:17,968 --> 00:52:21,388
You're always wrong
when it comes to Marty fucking Byrde.

749
00:52:21,888 --> 00:52:25,684
You are like a fucking dog,
going to whoever feeds you.

750
00:52:25,767 --> 00:52:28,228
I saw the hearse. It has to be here.

751
00:52:28,311 --> 00:52:29,855
Yeah? And when was that?

752
00:52:30,564 --> 00:52:32,274
-How long you been holding out?
-I'm not holding out.

753
00:52:32,357 --> 00:52:35,193
You been leading me on this
fucking goose chase for months now.

754
00:52:35,277 --> 00:52:38,238
-Where the fuck's the money?
-I don't know!

755
00:52:39,447 --> 00:52:42,659
You know what? You're worthless to me.

756
00:52:43,660 --> 00:52:48,540
You're like a piece of shit
on the bottom of my shoe. Yeah.

757
00:52:50,208 --> 00:52:51,501
Don't say that, Daddy.

758
00:52:51,585 --> 00:52:52,752
[Ruth grunts]

759
00:52:54,212 --> 00:52:57,674
You made me do it.
When are you gonna learn?

760
00:53:00,677 --> 00:53:02,387
What, are you gonna cut me now?

761
00:53:03,138 --> 00:53:05,515
You ungrateful fucking cunt.

762
00:53:14,065 --> 00:53:15,150
[door shuts]

763
00:53:16,693 --> 00:53:18,195
[breathing shakily]

764
00:53:24,326 --> 00:53:26,203
[Marty] What were you running from, Buddy?

765
00:53:28,872 --> 00:53:29,915
Ghosts?

766
00:53:33,460 --> 00:53:35,170
Were they in your dreams?

767
00:53:38,089 --> 00:53:39,591
Did they forgive you?

768
00:54:00,445 --> 00:54:01,488
Bye, Buddy.

769
00:54:03,865 --> 00:54:05,242
I'll be seeing you.

770
00:54:07,494 --> 00:54:09,120
[knock on door]

771
00:54:22,467 --> 00:54:23,343
Hey.

772
00:54:24,844 --> 00:54:27,055
-Hi.
-Can I come in?

773
00:54:40,068 --> 00:54:41,361
How do you feel?

774
00:54:43,697 --> 00:54:44,781
Um, okay.

775
00:54:46,241 --> 00:54:47,242
Good.

776
00:54:50,996 --> 00:54:53,581
Petty is not going to be
bothering you anymore.

777
00:54:58,712 --> 00:55:00,463
How'd you get me out?

778
00:55:02,173 --> 00:55:03,883
He had a change of heart.

779
00:55:13,018 --> 00:55:14,144
What's this?

780
00:55:15,437 --> 00:55:16,563
That's a plane ticket.

781
00:55:20,775 --> 00:55:21,818
To Miami?

782
00:55:22,319 --> 00:55:24,779
There's a clinic there
where you can clean up.

783
00:55:26,489 --> 00:55:28,450
I said I wanted to help,
and this is what it looks like.

784
00:55:28,533 --> 00:55:29,868
Well, I can't even afford that, so...

785
00:55:29,951 --> 00:55:31,703
It's paid for. It's done.

786
00:55:34,831 --> 00:55:39,044
And this is an advance on the Blue Cat.

787
00:55:39,127 --> 00:55:42,797
You send me your account information,
and I'll deposit the rest.

788
00:55:47,927 --> 00:55:49,721
I guess I should say thank you.

789
00:55:51,473 --> 00:55:52,599
No.

790
00:55:55,935 --> 00:55:57,896
I fucked your life up pretty good.

791
00:56:03,943 --> 00:56:04,944
Hey, Marty.

792
00:56:09,783 --> 00:56:10,867
I, uh...

793
00:56:39,604 --> 00:56:40,730
Thank you.

794
00:56:45,276 --> 00:56:47,112
[children giggling]

795
00:56:47,904 --> 00:56:49,447
-[Reverend] Y'all take care.
-[man] Appreciate it.

796
00:56:49,531 --> 00:56:50,949
Wonderful sermon, Reverend.

797
00:56:51,616 --> 00:56:54,285
The nature of salvation.
Gave me a lot to think about.

798
00:56:54,369 --> 00:56:55,203
Thank you.

799
00:56:55,286 --> 00:56:58,248
And that fried chicken.
It must be genetic.

800
00:56:58,331 --> 00:57:01,292
Women around these parts
all just seem to know how to cook.

801
00:57:01,376 --> 00:57:03,420
-Isn't that right, Darlene?
-Mmm.

802
00:57:03,503 --> 00:57:04,879
Oh, it was good to see you, Darlene.

803
00:57:04,963 --> 00:57:05,922
Well...

804
00:57:07,298 --> 00:57:09,008
-good night now.
-Good night.

805
00:57:09,509 --> 00:57:12,804
Jesus, it's just fucking fried chicken.

806
00:57:12,887 --> 00:57:14,764
A cat could make it.

807
00:57:17,725 --> 00:57:18,726
Thank you.

808
00:57:20,270 --> 00:57:21,688
[engine turns over]

809
00:57:54,596 --> 00:57:56,014
[Jacob] Y'all got a problem?

810
00:57:56,097 --> 00:57:57,390
[tires screeching]

811
00:58:17,368 --> 00:58:19,996
[Wendy] Where have you been?
It's late. We've been worried.

812
00:58:24,501 --> 00:58:26,794
I have something
I wanna talk to you about.

813
00:58:29,255 --> 00:58:30,507
What is it?

814
00:58:36,679 --> 00:58:38,681
I wanna get emancipated.

815
00:58:39,599 --> 00:58:41,643
-What are you talking about?
-What?

816
00:58:42,143 --> 00:58:44,437
Do you remember Jordan Parks
from back home?

817
00:58:45,146 --> 00:58:48,191
He did it. He had his own apartment
when he was a senior.

818
00:58:48,858 --> 00:58:51,611
That kid's parents are drug addicts.

819
00:58:51,694 --> 00:58:54,072
-There's a difference there.
-This is silly.

820
00:58:55,156 --> 00:58:57,367
You'd have to pay for rent, food, clothes.

821
00:58:57,450 --> 00:58:58,284
I'll get a job.

822
00:58:58,368 --> 00:59:00,161
Where? McDonald's?

823
00:59:01,120 --> 00:59:02,997
You think minimum wage
would pay for all that?

824
00:59:03,081 --> 00:59:07,919
Charlotte, I know things have been crazy,

825
00:59:08,586 --> 00:59:11,047
-but we gotta stay together.
-[Charlotte] Why?

826
00:59:11,130 --> 00:59:12,882
We're a family.

827
00:59:12,966 --> 00:59:14,634
What does that even mean?

828
00:59:16,219 --> 00:59:18,221
I don't wanna hurt you.

829
00:59:19,013 --> 00:59:22,600
I love you,
but I can't be a part of this anymore.

830
00:59:23,184 --> 00:59:26,145
Everyone lies about everything.

831
00:59:26,813 --> 00:59:28,356
It's gone too far.

832
00:59:29,065 --> 00:59:32,235
You can fight me on this,
or you can help me.

833
00:59:35,113 --> 00:59:36,739
I've made up my mind.

834
00:59:39,576 --> 00:59:41,077
I want out.

835
00:59:56,426 --> 00:59:57,635
[thuds]
 
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Ozark Season 2 Script Episode 7

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 2 - episode 7
"One Way Out"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
Martin Zimmerman
Paul Kolsby
Ning Zhoe

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S02-Ep.07: "One Way Out"

Mason goes off the deep end and focuses his rage on the Byrdes. Ruth tries to make her dad proud during a boat-part heist.

TRANSCRIPTION

1
00:00:13,638 --> 00:00:14,806
[Wendy] How do we reconcile it?

2
00:00:17,267 --> 00:00:20,854
I... I don't know that we see it
as something that has to be reconciled.

3
00:00:21,563 --> 00:00:24,941
I mean... wouldn't you agree, Marty?

4
00:00:27,569 --> 00:00:28,987
[Marty inhales sharply]

5
00:00:29,946 --> 00:00:32,073
-Yeah. Yeah.
-Mm-hmm.

6
00:00:33,283 --> 00:00:34,284
Uh...

7
00:00:35,118 --> 00:00:39,873
The way we see it, we're in the business
of bringing prosperity to this lake...

8
00:00:40,582 --> 00:00:43,793
of helping to turn it into
a year-round tourist destination,

9
00:00:43,877 --> 00:00:46,004
of helping our community thrive.

10
00:00:46,087 --> 00:00:48,423
And isn't that what it means
to be a good neighbor?

11
00:00:49,340 --> 00:00:53,595
Set a good example for our children?
A good person?

12
00:00:53,678 --> 00:00:55,889
[woman] Obviously, the FBI doesn't see
it that way.

13
00:00:56,473 --> 00:01:00,935
Or they wouldn't have raided your home
and brought you in for questioning, Marty.

14
00:01:04,647 --> 00:01:07,150
Well, they didn't bring me in.
I volunteered.

15
00:01:07,233 --> 00:01:09,527
-[Wendy] Cooperated.
-[woman] Under duress.

16
00:01:10,153 --> 00:01:11,196
[Wendy] How do you figure?

17
00:01:11,905 --> 00:01:14,240
[woman] They clearly thought
you had something to hide,

18
00:01:14,324 --> 00:01:16,576
because they felt the need to come here
in the middle of the night.

19
00:01:17,368 --> 00:01:19,079
[Wendy] Well, it was
early morning, actually.

20
00:01:19,162 --> 00:01:21,289
[woman] When they knew
you'd least expect them.

21
00:01:22,749 --> 00:01:24,834
I'm curious how you explain that.

22
00:01:29,672 --> 00:01:30,673
Marty.

23
00:01:51,361 --> 00:01:54,197
[breathes slowly]

24
00:02:07,544 --> 00:02:08,711
[Cade] The fuck you doing?

25
00:02:09,254 --> 00:02:10,964
It's obvious he ain't coming, Daddy.

26
00:02:11,047 --> 00:02:14,175
Not necessarily.
Henry can be a tad erratic.

27
00:02:14,259 --> 00:02:16,803
Erratic ain't good enough
when you're a parolee, Daddy.

28
00:02:17,512 --> 00:02:19,639
I said quit fucking with that.
You're gonna draw attention to the merch.

29
00:02:19,722 --> 00:02:20,974
If you think someone's watching,

30
00:02:21,057 --> 00:02:23,309
all the more reason we should be
getting the fuck out of here.

31
00:02:23,393 --> 00:02:26,104
-[car approaching]
-Fuck. Cops. Go!

32
00:02:26,187 --> 00:02:28,481
Shit. Get the fuck out of here! Go!

33
00:02:28,565 --> 00:02:29,607
[Cade] Shit!

34
00:02:34,529 --> 00:02:37,866
Oh, y'all look like ants,
scrambling from a hill I just stepped on.

35
00:02:37,949 --> 00:02:39,576
[laughs]

36
00:02:39,659 --> 00:02:41,161
You were supposed to come by boat.

37
00:02:41,244 --> 00:02:43,204
Well, uh, boat's out of commission.

38
00:02:43,913 --> 00:02:46,249
Besides, little girls need
to learn to be on their toes.

39
00:02:46,332 --> 00:02:50,003
And quarter-wits need to take their advice
and shove it

40
00:02:50,086 --> 00:02:52,255
before what's left of their brains
leaks out.

41
00:02:52,338 --> 00:02:55,049
Stand down, Ruthie.
The man's got money for us.

42
00:02:59,387 --> 00:03:02,473
Crown Vic?
What, you trying to look like a cop?

43
00:03:02,557 --> 00:03:03,850
I got it at auction.

44
00:03:05,727 --> 00:03:07,729
So, y'all holding out on me?

45
00:03:07,812 --> 00:03:10,648
Or does this just boil down
to a failure of imagination?

46
00:03:11,482 --> 00:03:12,567
It's off-season.

47
00:03:12,650 --> 00:03:15,195
Right. When we build our inventory.

48
00:03:15,278 --> 00:03:18,489
If you got something specific in mind,
spit it out.

49
00:03:18,573 --> 00:03:20,575
All right. I'll give you ten grand

50
00:03:20,658 --> 00:03:24,787
if you can get me a FLIR Thermal Imaging
System in the next 48.

51
00:03:25,788 --> 00:03:28,374
Well, that's like finding a pearl
in pig shit.

52
00:03:28,458 --> 00:03:31,794
Sure. But if the pearl is so easy to find,

53
00:03:31,878 --> 00:03:35,924
it wouldn't even be worth the shit
it was in, now would it? [laughing]

54
00:03:46,517 --> 00:03:47,685
[Marty] Is everything okay?

55
00:03:50,480 --> 00:03:52,148
Wendy, you all right?

56
00:03:54,275 --> 00:03:56,402
Wilkes thinks you're about to be arrested.

57
00:03:58,988 --> 00:04:00,448
Really? When did he say that?

58
00:04:02,200 --> 00:04:03,576
Couple of days ago.

59
00:04:03,660 --> 00:04:05,119
And you're just now bringing it up?

60
00:04:05,828 --> 00:04:08,373
Well, we've kind of had
our hands full, Marty.

61
00:04:08,456 --> 00:04:10,875
Did he care to share how he came
to this conclusion,

62
00:04:10,959 --> 00:04:13,711
-or did he just kind of blurt it out?
-Does it matter how if he's right?

63
00:04:14,545 --> 00:04:16,798
How many other people have to betray us
before we realize--

64
00:04:16,881 --> 00:04:19,801
Well, Rachel is not betraying us.

65
00:04:20,593 --> 00:04:23,513
She's wearing a wire,
after she stole from us.

66
00:04:23,596 --> 00:04:28,059
A wire that she told us about,
after she outed her handler to us.

67
00:04:28,142 --> 00:04:30,144
She could've shown you
because she thought you were onto her,

68
00:04:30,228 --> 00:04:31,479
and she thought it was her best move.

69
00:04:31,562 --> 00:04:33,356
She obviously hasn't given anything
to the FBI on us,

70
00:04:33,439 --> 00:04:34,983
otherwise she wouldn't have
told us about it.

71
00:04:35,066 --> 00:04:36,943
How do you know
she hasn't given them anything?

72
00:04:38,111 --> 00:04:40,321
Do you have any idea how long
she's been wearing that wire?

73
00:04:40,405 --> 00:04:42,115
My guess is since she's been back.

74
00:04:42,198 --> 00:04:43,116
But you don't know for sure.

75
00:04:43,199 --> 00:04:45,076
Just like you don't know
she's not playing us.

76
00:04:46,202 --> 00:04:49,163
Unless there's something I'm missing,
something you're not telling me.

77
00:04:49,247 --> 00:04:51,124
Why do I get the feeling
I'm the one being interrogated here?

78
00:04:51,207 --> 00:04:54,002
'Cause I told you she couldn't be trusted,
and you didn't believe me.

79
00:04:54,085 --> 00:04:55,545
[cell phone chimes]

80
00:04:58,298 --> 00:05:00,883
-Was that her?
-"I need to see you as soon as possible."

81
00:05:00,967 --> 00:05:02,677
-No.
-Could be important.

82
00:05:02,760 --> 00:05:04,178
None of us can step in the Blue Cat again.

83
00:05:04,262 --> 00:05:07,015
Charlotte, you're no longer working
at the Blue Cat.

84
00:05:07,390 --> 00:05:09,142
-Wait, what?
-I'll explain later.

85
00:05:09,684 --> 00:05:11,227
[Charlotte] You're the one that wanted me
working there.

86
00:05:11,311 --> 00:05:12,562
Well, now we don't.

87
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Go tell your brother,
just because he's suspended,

88
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that doesn't mean he gets
to sleep in all day.

89
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I want him at that table,
doing his homework

90
00:05:19,068 --> 00:05:21,029
and only his homework,
by the time I'm out the door.

91
00:05:21,654 --> 00:05:23,906
Nothing in this house makes
any fucking sense.

92
00:05:24,324 --> 00:05:26,117
I don't think we can avoid
the Blue Cat entirely.

93
00:05:26,200 --> 00:05:28,953
It'll just tip off the FBI
that we're onto her.

94
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What would you rather do?

95
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I'd like to take advantage
of the situation

96
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and feed them misinformation. Excuse me.

97
00:05:34,125 --> 00:05:37,962
That is way too risky. What if you slip
and tell her something you shouldn't?

98
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I think I'm capable
of a little discretion.

99
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The safest choice is a clean break.

100
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Since when were you one
for taking unnecessary risks?

101
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Please tell the kids
that breakfast is ready.

102
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I gotta go take care
of some business at the club.

103
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Don't forget we have
that PR agent thing at ten.

104
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-Helen had to haul ass--
-Got it.

105
00:06:05,239 --> 00:06:06,908
[Cade] It's just a little water, baby.

106
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And you're sure his boat's got
a FLIR Imaging System?

107
00:06:14,707 --> 00:06:17,877
If he talked about that boat any more,
you'd think he married it.

108
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Lulu said that he just about
moans its name

109
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when she goes down on him
in the parking lot.

110
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It'd be a real shame to squander
all this time

111
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we could be spending on more
remunerative opportunities.

112
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Opportunities with a pay-off
we actually know exists.

113
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I can't steal Marty's money
if I don't know where it is, Daddy.

114
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I'm trying.

115
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-Try harder.
-I said I'm working on it, okay?

116
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[Cade chuckles]

117
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Don't mind if I do.
We'll come back after dark, Ruthie.

118
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[chuckles]

119
00:07:05,007 --> 00:07:05,925
[Rachel] Hi.

120
00:07:06,717 --> 00:07:08,344
Hi. Everything all right?

121
00:07:09,762 --> 00:07:10,930
[cell phone chimes]

122
00:07:15,017 --> 00:07:17,186
I can't stop thinking about last night.

123
00:07:20,148 --> 00:07:21,315
Yeah, me, too.

124
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I could hardly sleep,
wondering when I'd see you again.

125
00:07:27,238 --> 00:07:28,614
Yeah, that makes two of us.

126
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Turns out I didn't have to wait
very long, did I?

127
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No, you didn't.

128
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Thank God.

129
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God, I wish we didn't have
customers here right now.

130
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Why's that?

131
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Don't make me say it. I'll blush.

132
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[Marty typing]

133
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Well, I'd, uh... I'd really love to hear
you say it, Rachel,

134
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because, uh, you've piqued my interest,
and I'm a curious guy.

135
00:08:19,081 --> 00:08:20,082
Hmm.

136
00:08:21,209 --> 00:08:25,880
Maybe you could come by around closing,
and I could show you.

137
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Should I wait for you?

138
00:09:24,063 --> 00:09:25,064
[door closes]

139
00:09:26,857 --> 00:09:29,860
Hi, Charlie. Hey, it's me.
It's Wendy. I just...

140
00:09:30,444 --> 00:09:34,282
I don't want you to think that I have
forgotten you or that I'm ignoring you.

141
00:09:34,365 --> 00:09:36,993
I just... I just need some time to,

142
00:09:37,702 --> 00:09:40,121
I don't know, process our conversation.

143
00:09:40,204 --> 00:09:45,793
I just need to think it through,
so if you could just bear with me, okay?

144
00:09:45,876 --> 00:09:48,546
I'll... I'll call you. Thanks, bye.

145
00:09:49,755 --> 00:09:52,258
[grunting]

146
00:09:52,341 --> 00:09:55,136
Looks like you've got
some serious problems.

147
00:09:55,595 --> 00:09:58,723
You're lucky Helen called
while the situation is salvageable.

148
00:09:58,806 --> 00:10:01,851
Albeit with an extremely
aggressive approach.

149
00:10:01,934 --> 00:10:04,145
Or as it's known around here,
40 minutes of hell.

150
00:10:05,563 --> 00:10:06,606
Not sure I follow.

151
00:10:06,689 --> 00:10:10,151
The full-court press,
pioneered by Nolan Richardson

152
00:10:10,234 --> 00:10:12,820
when he led the Razorbacks
to the '94 national title?

153
00:10:13,571 --> 00:10:15,781
-And adopted by Mizzou...
-Right.

154
00:10:15,865 --> 00:10:19,368
...when his longtime assistant
Mike Anderson coached the Tigers? Come on.

155
00:10:19,452 --> 00:10:21,829
[scoffs] I've never even been
to the Ozarks before, and I knew that.

156
00:10:21,912 --> 00:10:22,747
Yeah.

157
00:10:24,415 --> 00:10:28,002
Well, just like Coach Richardson's
famous full-court press,

158
00:10:28,085 --> 00:10:31,422
our strategy is to play offense
and defense with equal intensity.

159
00:10:31,964 --> 00:10:34,050
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

160
00:10:34,133 --> 00:10:35,384
I'll be posting regularly

161
00:10:35,468 --> 00:10:37,470
-and expecting you all to do the same.
-Mm-hmm.

162
00:10:37,553 --> 00:10:41,140
And tomorrow, a lifestyle reporter
from the Kansas City Star

163
00:10:41,223 --> 00:10:42,892
will be interviewing you in your home

164
00:10:42,975 --> 00:10:45,061
and doing a photo spread of the family.

165
00:10:45,144 --> 00:10:47,855
You all have such a wholesome look,

166
00:10:47,938 --> 00:10:52,318
and we want to emphasize the casino
as an approachable mom-and-pop operation.

167
00:10:52,401 --> 00:10:54,278
How do you know
what our family looks like?

168
00:10:55,196 --> 00:10:56,030
Helen.

169
00:10:57,948 --> 00:11:00,660
Yeah. Um...

170
00:11:02,203 --> 00:11:04,830
Tell me about the defensive part
of our full-court press.

171
00:11:04,914 --> 00:11:07,124
[woman] The problem
with the US justice system is

172
00:11:07,208 --> 00:11:09,794
it doesn't prove innocence,
even if you're acquitted.

173
00:11:09,877 --> 00:11:14,715
So, it's up to us to wash the stink off by
hitting your little FBI problem head-on.

174
00:11:14,799 --> 00:11:17,635
So you're going to look gracious
about the investigation.

175
00:11:17,718 --> 00:11:19,804
Smile it off as a misunderstanding.

176
00:11:19,887 --> 00:11:23,724
I'm supposed to smile about the FBI
threatening to put my kids in prison?

177
00:11:24,141 --> 00:11:26,977
Do you want to act righteous, Marty,
or do you wanna win?

178
00:11:27,561 --> 00:11:30,147
I work with winners.
I bet your wife does, too.

179
00:11:30,231 --> 00:11:31,607
And she'd know the right answer

180
00:11:31,691 --> 00:11:34,193
-from her work in politics.
-Hmm. [chuckles]

181
00:11:34,276 --> 00:11:37,113
Speaking of which,
when are we expecting Wendy?

182
00:11:38,864 --> 00:11:40,658
-[man] Get up!
-[Wendy grunting]

183
00:11:40,741 --> 00:11:44,370
I have a 14-year-old boy named Jonah
and a 15-year-old girl named Charlotte.

184
00:11:46,372 --> 00:11:49,667
The boy, he's really, really smart.
He's a little awkward, but, you know,

185
00:11:49,750 --> 00:11:51,252
I bet if you gave him a jet engine,

186
00:11:51,335 --> 00:11:53,713
he could take it apart,
and he could put it back together again.

187
00:11:53,796 --> 00:11:56,882
And the 15-year-old,
she doesn't apply herself as much,

188
00:11:56,966 --> 00:11:59,427
but nothing gets by her, believe me. No!

189
00:12:00,428 --> 00:12:02,430
No. [panting]

190
00:12:03,681 --> 00:12:04,849
-[Wendy shouts]
-[trunk slams]

191
00:12:05,850 --> 00:12:08,477
-Hi, this is Wendy. Leave me a message.
-[beeps]

192
00:13:06,869 --> 00:13:07,870
Wendy!

193
00:13:14,502 --> 00:13:15,669
Wendy!

194
00:13:17,713 --> 00:13:21,258
[man] Shall not go unpunished.
Can't go unpunished.

195
00:13:25,679 --> 00:13:29,809
Until the lies will be destroyed.
Must be destroyed.

196
00:13:34,313 --> 00:13:35,147
Hey.

197
00:13:35,815 --> 00:13:36,774
Where is she?

198
00:13:37,441 --> 00:13:39,235
I haven't the faintest clue
what you're talking about.

199
00:13:39,902 --> 00:13:40,903
Wendy.

200
00:13:41,654 --> 00:13:43,823
I just found her car out
in the middle of fucking nowhere,

201
00:13:43,906 --> 00:13:45,199
with tire tracks leading away from it.

202
00:13:45,282 --> 00:13:47,576
The same exact stunt you and Jacob
pulled on me a few months ago.

203
00:13:47,660 --> 00:13:50,496
Now, why would we go and do
a thing like that to Wendy?

204
00:13:51,163 --> 00:13:52,248
Cut the shit.

205
00:13:52,331 --> 00:13:55,668
We don't sell fertilizer, Byrde.
That's two rows down.

206
00:14:00,256 --> 00:14:01,841
We both know
that you're still pissed off at her

207
00:14:01,924 --> 00:14:05,052
for burning the field
and lying to you about getting a kid.

208
00:14:05,135 --> 00:14:07,513
Sounds like maybe she deserved
to be taken.

209
00:14:08,097 --> 00:14:11,559
Darlene, I'm gonna give you two minutes
to decide whether you wanna start a war

210
00:14:11,642 --> 00:14:14,186
that you have zero chance of winning.

211
00:14:14,270 --> 00:14:15,479
Or maybe she left you.

212
00:14:16,272 --> 00:14:18,649
Oh, she's a devious one, that Wendy.

213
00:14:18,732 --> 00:14:21,110
Tell me where Jacob is, okay?
Maybe I'll talk to the sane one.

214
00:14:21,193 --> 00:14:24,071
Jacob had other urgent business
to attend to.

215
00:14:24,154 --> 00:14:26,282
Something to do with cleaning up the mess

216
00:14:26,365 --> 00:14:28,826
you and your treacherous wife made
on our property.

217
00:14:28,909 --> 00:14:32,663
That fire in your fields is gonna be
the least of your fucking problems

218
00:14:32,746 --> 00:14:34,623
unless you return my wife
to me immediately--

219
00:14:34,707 --> 00:14:37,585
I can't return what I don't have.

220
00:14:42,047 --> 00:14:43,757
[thudding]

221
00:14:43,841 --> 00:14:46,093
[door opens]

222
00:15:05,654 --> 00:15:06,947
-Mason--
-Shut up.

223
00:15:08,198 --> 00:15:10,701
Before you say a word,
you need to know how this works.

224
00:15:11,076 --> 00:15:15,539
Whatever happens down here, you control.
The more you lie, the messier it gets.

225
00:15:15,623 --> 00:15:18,250
But if all you do is tell me
the unadulterated truth,

226
00:15:18,667 --> 00:15:19,501
this'll be painless.

227
00:15:19,585 --> 00:15:22,004
-I heard you praying out there,
-I think you should tell the truth.

228
00:15:22,087 --> 00:15:24,131
-Maybe you should stop lying.
-trying to summon the strength to do this.

229
00:15:24,214 --> 00:15:27,468
-For once!
-We both know this is not who you are.

230
00:15:27,551 --> 00:15:30,387
-Oh, really?
-No. Mason!

231
00:15:30,971 --> 00:15:33,182
You're a good man.

232
00:15:33,265 --> 00:15:35,351
[stammers] You're genuine.
You're selfless.

233
00:15:35,434 --> 00:15:37,645
You're the farthest thing
from a killer there is!

234
00:15:37,728 --> 00:15:39,313
Lucifer was an angel before he fell.

235
00:15:39,396 --> 00:15:42,024
He was pristine, he was blameless,
and then one day, he wasn't.

236
00:15:42,107 --> 00:15:45,903
Lucifer wasn't a father.
He didn't have a little boy to lose.

237
00:15:45,986 --> 00:15:48,113
Neither do I!

238
00:15:49,031 --> 00:15:51,700
[stammers] What are you...
What are you talking about?

239
00:15:51,784 --> 00:15:53,202
What, did something happen to your son?

240
00:15:53,285 --> 00:15:55,537
-Don't. Don't, don't.
-No, what? Did somebody hurt him?

241
00:15:55,621 --> 00:15:57,247
Mason! Mason, you tell me what's going on!

242
00:15:57,331 --> 00:16:00,000
You know what's going on!
You're the one that did it!

243
00:16:00,084 --> 00:16:02,002
-What do you mean?
-And now you got the guts to lie to me,

244
00:16:02,086 --> 00:16:04,880
-when I can take your fucking face off?
-I'm not lying.

245
00:16:04,964 --> 00:16:07,758
You threatened me. You told me not
to take my son to the police,

246
00:16:07,841 --> 00:16:10,010
then you had him taken from his father!

247
00:16:10,094 --> 00:16:12,388
-I don't know anything about this. Mason!
-Oh, God!

248
00:16:12,471 --> 00:16:16,433
"A false witness will not go unpunished,
and a liar will be destroyed."

249
00:16:16,517 --> 00:16:17,810
Mason.

250
00:16:17,893 --> 00:16:21,271
"A false witness will not go unpunished,
and a liar will be destroyed."

251
00:16:21,355 --> 00:16:24,191
Mason, I don't have anything to gain
from taking your son!

252
00:16:24,274 --> 00:16:25,651
But I can get him back.

253
00:16:26,610 --> 00:16:30,197
But I have to be alive.
We can turn this around.

254
00:16:30,864 --> 00:16:33,409
But the second I die, it's over.

255
00:16:33,826 --> 00:16:35,661
Let me help you get your son.

256
00:16:43,210 --> 00:16:45,212
[cell phone ringing]

257
00:16:47,631 --> 00:16:50,134
-Hello.
-Marty, it's Mason.

258
00:16:53,429 --> 00:16:54,430
Mason?

259
00:16:54,513 --> 00:16:55,514
I have Wendy.

260
00:16:58,434 --> 00:17:00,561
She says that you can get
Zeke back for me.

261
00:17:01,979 --> 00:17:05,607
The police took my son,
and I want him back.

262
00:17:06,692 --> 00:17:08,694
Before sunrise tomorrow or Wendy dies.

263
00:17:09,153 --> 00:17:14,241
If you call the cops
or the cartel or the Snells, Wendy dies.

264
00:17:14,324 --> 00:17:18,078
If anyone other than you and my son
show up tomorrow morning,

265
00:17:18,620 --> 00:17:20,873
Wendy is dead. Are we clear?

266
00:17:20,956 --> 00:17:24,168
Let me talk to Wendy. I'm not doing
anything until I know she's all right.

267
00:17:28,881 --> 00:17:32,176
-[stammers] I'm here, Marty. I'm fine.
-Where? Where's "here"?

268
00:17:32,259 --> 00:17:34,636
-Where are you?
-I don't know.

269
00:17:35,220 --> 00:17:36,055
Try to find out.

270
00:17:36,138 --> 00:17:38,182
It doesn't matter unless you have Zeke.

271
00:17:38,807 --> 00:17:40,225
Call Wilkes. He'll help you.

272
00:17:40,309 --> 00:17:42,269
He knows people
in almost every state agency.

273
00:17:42,352 --> 00:17:45,230
Wendy, hang on. This is crazy.
I can't get that kid in a day.

274
00:17:45,314 --> 00:17:46,482
[line disconnects]

275
00:17:47,191 --> 00:17:48,108
Wendy.

276
00:17:49,318 --> 00:17:50,235
Hello.

277
00:18:02,206 --> 00:18:04,208
[screaming in distance]

278
00:18:13,425 --> 00:18:14,426
[sniffles]

279
00:18:17,179 --> 00:18:18,138
[faucet running]

280
00:18:30,818 --> 00:18:32,402
[knock on door]

281
00:18:32,986 --> 00:18:34,780
[Ruth clears throat] One second.

282
00:18:36,824 --> 00:18:37,699
What do you want?

283
00:18:38,242 --> 00:18:40,869
I think Wyatt ought to be the one
who comes with me tonight.

284
00:18:40,953 --> 00:18:44,206
Why? You want him to go from dropout
to juvie in 24 hours?

285
00:18:44,289 --> 00:18:45,207
Now, Ruthie, that's not--

286
00:18:45,290 --> 00:18:47,501
What? How about we get him
a drug charge while we're at it?

287
00:18:47,584 --> 00:18:49,545
Make sure he hits
for the delinquency cycle.

288
00:18:49,628 --> 00:18:51,547
He ain't gonna get caught.

289
00:18:51,630 --> 00:18:52,631
'Cause he ain't going.

290
00:18:54,091 --> 00:18:57,052
There's no need for you
to be taking a risk like this, Ruthie.

291
00:18:59,429 --> 00:19:02,099
Risk? What risk?

292
00:19:02,182 --> 00:19:04,977
You ain't been right since that night
with the cartel.

293
00:19:07,479 --> 00:19:10,649
Just worry about yourself.
I'm fucking fine.

294
00:19:27,416 --> 00:19:28,417
[sighs]

295
00:19:38,969 --> 00:19:40,012
[sighs]

296
00:19:42,681 --> 00:19:43,515
Hey.

297
00:19:44,391 --> 00:19:47,644
You know what these are?
Email exchanges with my PAC board,

298
00:19:47,728 --> 00:19:50,981
trying to convince them not to resign
'cause of your FBI shitstorm, okay?

299
00:19:51,064 --> 00:19:52,482
-Well, sorry about that.
-So, whatever emergency

300
00:19:52,566 --> 00:19:54,735
you couldn't tell Jim about on the phone
better not be bullshit...

301
00:19:54,818 --> 00:19:55,944
-Well, listen--
-...'cause you're interrupting

302
00:19:56,028 --> 00:19:59,406
-some very important things, and--
-Wendy has been kidnapped, okay?

303
00:20:00,032 --> 00:20:00,866
Kidnapped?

304
00:20:00,949 --> 00:20:02,993
That's right. Yeah, her life's in danger.

305
00:20:03,076 --> 00:20:05,370
-And I need you to do something for me.
-Okay. Okay, okay.

306
00:20:05,454 --> 00:20:07,581
-Um... there's a...
-Call the FBI...

307
00:20:07,664 --> 00:20:09,208
-No. You can't call the FBI.
-You know what?

308
00:20:09,291 --> 00:20:11,710
-You'd get her killed. We both know that.
-I have friends whose security firms

309
00:20:11,793 --> 00:20:14,588
-specialize in this sort of thing.
-No, no. Hey. No security, no feds.

310
00:20:14,671 --> 00:20:16,173
-It's gotta be done bloodless. Listen--
-Oh, come on.

311
00:20:16,256 --> 00:20:18,967
As long as Wendy's okay,
why do you care how it ends?

312
00:20:19,051 --> 00:20:20,344
Because I do.
It's gotta be done bloodless,

313
00:20:20,427 --> 00:20:21,720
and there's just one way to do that.

314
00:20:21,803 --> 00:20:23,680
And this is gonna sound
a little bit crazy...

315
00:20:23,764 --> 00:20:25,641
Yeah? Crazier than everything else
that's happening here?

316
00:20:25,724 --> 00:20:30,812
[sighs] I need you to get me this baby
from Social Services today.

317
00:20:32,314 --> 00:20:33,941
-Crazy. Yeah.
-Yeah. Well...

318
00:20:34,733 --> 00:20:36,235
That's flat fucking insane.

319
00:20:55,295 --> 00:20:57,047
So you know I'm not a monster.

320
00:20:58,507 --> 00:21:00,092
I'd never think that, Mason.

321
00:21:04,513 --> 00:21:08,600
I think you're confused... and lost.

322
00:21:11,103 --> 00:21:14,273
But that's only natural
when you've been lied to so many times.

323
00:21:26,535 --> 00:21:29,204
Grace was one of the bodies
they found at the Snells.

324
00:21:37,379 --> 00:21:39,298
-The police said--
-The police lied.

325
00:21:40,590 --> 00:21:41,925
We told them to.

326
00:21:48,807 --> 00:21:50,892
When I told everybody that I wasn't...

327
00:21:53,103 --> 00:21:56,481
crazy, that... that I knew Grace,
that I knew that she wouldn't just leave--

328
00:21:56,565 --> 00:21:58,400
Yeah, you were right, Mason.

329
00:22:02,529 --> 00:22:04,906
Grace was murdered,
and we helped cover it up.

330
00:22:22,549 --> 00:22:23,800
[exhales]

331
00:22:27,471 --> 00:22:28,472
Um...

332
00:22:29,681 --> 00:22:30,932
Do you, um...

333
00:22:31,975 --> 00:22:33,226
know where she is?

334
00:22:34,853 --> 00:22:36,021
I wish I did.

335
00:22:39,274 --> 00:22:41,902
All Marty and I did was give them bones
to put in her place

336
00:22:41,985 --> 00:22:43,862
and threaten the medical examiner.

337
00:22:45,280 --> 00:22:48,033
[sighs] Like you threatened me.

338
00:22:49,659 --> 00:22:51,119
[panting]

339
00:22:53,288 --> 00:22:56,833
That was a warning. That was not a threat.

340
00:22:58,752 --> 00:23:01,630
That was me trying to protect you,

341
00:23:01,713 --> 00:23:04,299
because I know too well
what the Snells are capable of.

342
00:23:05,717 --> 00:23:07,052
'Cause you work with them.

343
00:23:08,261 --> 00:23:09,763
Not because we want to.

344
00:23:11,848 --> 00:23:12,933
Because...

345
00:23:14,309 --> 00:23:15,310
uh...

346
00:23:18,063 --> 00:23:19,481
we felt we had to.

347
00:23:20,941 --> 00:23:23,276
Convinced ourselves it was the only way.

348
00:23:24,903 --> 00:23:25,946
[scoffs]

349
00:23:27,197 --> 00:23:29,366
That's the thing that no one tells you
about evil.

350
00:23:32,452 --> 00:23:37,124
They make it seem like
there are two clearly marked paths

351
00:23:38,250 --> 00:23:43,797
with flashing signs pointing out
each way: sin, redemption.

352
00:23:45,382 --> 00:23:48,135
I mean, they tell you Adam and Eve
knew that they could eat

353
00:23:48,218 --> 00:23:51,972
from every single tree
in that garden, except one.

354
00:23:53,432 --> 00:23:54,891
But the truth is,

355
00:23:55,600 --> 00:23:59,396
evil comes when the righteous path
is so hidden...

356
00:24:02,149 --> 00:24:04,609
it just looks like there's only
one way out.

357
00:24:09,990 --> 00:24:12,325
The truth is Adam and Eve
probably grabbed that apple

358
00:24:12,409 --> 00:24:15,620
because they were fucking starving,
and it was the first tree they saw.

359
00:24:17,038 --> 00:24:18,707
Not that that's any excuse.

360
00:24:19,958 --> 00:24:23,211
Or that I ever deserve your forgiveness.
I just...

361
00:24:25,338 --> 00:24:27,591
I don't want you to make the same mistake.

362
00:24:28,592 --> 00:24:30,802
I don't want you to do
something you regret

363
00:24:31,344 --> 00:24:33,472
because you think there's only one way.

364
00:24:36,683 --> 00:24:38,852
There is another path for you.

365
00:24:40,312 --> 00:24:41,980
It's a better path.

366
00:24:44,524 --> 00:24:46,109
I can help you find it.

367
00:24:48,195 --> 00:24:50,864
You have no idea what I would have done

368
00:24:50,947 --> 00:24:53,283
if someone had come along
and done that for me.

369
00:24:57,120 --> 00:24:58,413
Find it how?

370
00:24:59,498 --> 00:25:00,790
What do you need?

371
00:25:02,667 --> 00:25:05,879
Clothes for Zeke? Formula?
I can get you money.

372
00:25:08,173 --> 00:25:11,593
Do you wanna move? Wipe the slate clean?

373
00:25:13,595 --> 00:25:17,724
Point to a map, anywhere on a map.
I can get you an apartment.

374
00:25:17,807 --> 00:25:20,143
I can even put down a security deposit.

375
00:25:20,227 --> 00:25:22,729
By the time Zeke is back in your arms,

376
00:25:24,022 --> 00:25:27,526
your new life can be ready,
waiting for you to walk into it.

377
00:25:33,281 --> 00:25:36,034
But first, I really need to pee.

378
00:25:38,328 --> 00:25:39,704
[chuckles softly]

379
00:26:10,569 --> 00:26:12,112
I need my hands to...

380
00:26:19,869 --> 00:26:20,704
Thank you.

381
00:26:26,668 --> 00:26:28,795
Really think I'm gonna try and squeeze
through the window?

382
00:27:26,478 --> 00:27:27,854
Gilroy's gonna wonder.

383
00:27:28,688 --> 00:27:32,359
Legitimate businessmen don't need babies
at a moment's notice.

384
00:27:32,442 --> 00:27:33,652
But you know what?

385
00:27:35,737 --> 00:27:38,073
Let me be very clear, okay?

386
00:27:39,157 --> 00:27:41,910
I'm gonna get this done for you,
for Wendy.

387
00:27:42,619 --> 00:27:48,583
But the second this little circus ends,
our relationship ceases to exist.

388
00:27:54,381 --> 00:27:55,465
[toilet flushing]

389
00:28:33,044 --> 00:28:34,254
[sighs]

390
00:28:39,426 --> 00:28:42,721
You know, Marty and his wife Wendy
are upstanding members of the community.

391
00:28:42,804 --> 00:28:47,892
They're business owners.
They're parents. They're Christians.

392
00:28:48,810 --> 00:28:49,769
You know?

393
00:28:49,853 --> 00:28:53,440
They're close friends of Mason Young,
former members of his congregation.

394
00:28:53,523 --> 00:28:55,442
They were donating money
to help him build a church.

395
00:28:55,525 --> 00:29:00,071
They started a GoFundMe page
when the pastor fell on hard times.

396
00:29:00,155 --> 00:29:02,991
So, I think we can all agree this is a...

397
00:29:03,867 --> 00:29:06,870
this is an ideal situation for Ezekiel,

398
00:29:07,454 --> 00:29:10,749
fostered by a friendly family
who shares Mason's values.

399
00:29:11,708 --> 00:29:14,753
You, uh, interested in fostering
other children, Mr. Byrde?

400
00:29:15,754 --> 00:29:17,589
Oh, uh...

401
00:29:18,131 --> 00:29:22,844
[stammers] This is
a real special circumstance.

402
00:29:22,927 --> 00:29:25,722
[Gilroy] You see,
I'm working my tail off here

403
00:29:25,805 --> 00:29:29,309
to try and get my department's priorities
back on track, but, uh...

404
00:29:29,976 --> 00:29:33,229
I'm having the hardest time finding
foster families that can help me do that.

405
00:29:33,772 --> 00:29:36,316
Foster families who promote
the sort of values

406
00:29:36,399 --> 00:29:41,029
that can combat the moral decay
that our society is experiencing.

407
00:29:41,237 --> 00:29:43,281
Yeah. Amen. Well, listen.
I'll tell you what.

408
00:29:43,364 --> 00:29:47,952
This situation has really awakened in me
and my wife, uh,

409
00:29:48,036 --> 00:29:52,749
the deep need that's out there
for that, uh, crisis, really. And, uh--

410
00:29:52,832 --> 00:29:54,083
[Gilroy chuckles] I'm glad to hear that.

411
00:29:54,167 --> 00:29:58,338
Yeah. So let me broach that subject
with my wife, please,

412
00:29:58,421 --> 00:30:01,508
you know, right after
we get this situation underway.

413
00:30:01,591 --> 00:30:03,259
You'll broach it with her,

414
00:30:03,343 --> 00:30:06,805
and I'll see that this little situation
gets resolved right away.

415
00:30:06,888 --> 00:30:08,515
I can't tell you how much
I appreciate that.

416
00:30:08,598 --> 00:30:10,350
You'll be receiving a call saying

417
00:30:10,433 --> 00:30:14,270
Ezekiel's ready to be picked up
in about, uh, ten days.

418
00:30:17,690 --> 00:30:21,402
Ten days? Uh... Uh, Mr. Gilroy...

419
00:30:22,612 --> 00:30:23,613
Uh...

420
00:30:25,365 --> 00:30:27,951
You know, I think that it is vital

421
00:30:28,576 --> 00:30:33,623
that Ezekiel spends as little time
as possible in the system,

422
00:30:33,706 --> 00:30:38,837
to minimize the exposure to that
moral decay that you were talking about.

423
00:30:38,920 --> 00:30:42,298
-He's barely been in the system 48 hours.
-That's 48 hours too many.

424
00:30:44,050 --> 00:30:44,884
So you're saying--

425
00:30:44,968 --> 00:30:49,222
We were hoping to have custody
of Ezekiel tonight.

426
00:30:50,640 --> 00:30:57,397
It would be an understatement to say
that this request is highly unusual.

427
00:30:58,022 --> 00:31:00,817
I understand that, yeah, but, uh...

428
00:31:01,568 --> 00:31:02,402
[sighs]

429
00:31:03,820 --> 00:31:07,824
Mason Young has lost
a tremendous amount in three months.

430
00:31:07,907 --> 00:31:10,952
He's had his church burned to the ground,
his wife has abandoned him,

431
00:31:11,035 --> 00:31:15,456
and now his son Ezekiel, without
any warning, without any explanation.

432
00:31:16,082 --> 00:31:19,252
And we're concerned that... that, uh...

433
00:31:20,378 --> 00:31:25,466
that Mason might not be able to handle
a loss like this.

434
00:31:25,550 --> 00:31:31,514
And so, you know,
I'm asking for your help as a fellow man,

435
00:31:31,598 --> 00:31:36,352
a fellow Christian,
to help steady this man's soul, uh...

436
00:31:36,436 --> 00:31:43,401
by placing his son, his only anchor,
in a home that he knows, that he trusts.

437
00:31:45,737 --> 00:31:46,905
Right away.

438
00:31:58,625 --> 00:32:00,043
You want some tea?

439
00:32:05,423 --> 00:32:08,509
My grandmama believed there was nothing
that couldn't be made better...

440
00:32:09,552 --> 00:32:10,678
by a cup of tea.

441
00:32:24,400 --> 00:32:26,277
[inhales] I killed her.

442
00:32:27,820 --> 00:32:31,449
[sniffles] She warned me, you know?
Told me to stop being so stubborn,

443
00:32:32,617 --> 00:32:35,328
go back to the water. [chuckles]

444
00:32:35,411 --> 00:32:36,412
[sniffles]

445
00:32:37,664 --> 00:32:41,459
And be thankful for what we had, but...

446
00:32:44,671 --> 00:32:45,588
I didn't listen.

447
00:32:51,636 --> 00:32:52,929
I killed her.

448
00:33:00,561 --> 00:33:03,856
Mason. Mason, look at me.

449
00:33:05,942 --> 00:33:11,447
There's a sweetness in surrendering
right now, because it's easy.

450
00:33:13,074 --> 00:33:14,492
Because no one would blame you for it.

451
00:33:14,575 --> 00:33:16,577
Because, hell,
I wouldn't blame you for it.

452
00:33:17,453 --> 00:33:19,163
But that guilt you're feeling...

453
00:33:20,081 --> 00:33:22,250
it's the Devil tempting you.

454
00:33:23,292 --> 00:33:25,420
Because there's a little boy out there,

455
00:33:26,963 --> 00:33:29,924
and he needs you
more than anything in the world.

456
00:33:31,843 --> 00:33:32,927
And that guilt.

457
00:33:34,762 --> 00:33:36,556
It does nothing for him.

458
00:33:39,559 --> 00:33:41,310
My sin was pride.

459
00:33:44,355 --> 00:33:46,733
[sniffles] You came to us...

460
00:33:49,193 --> 00:33:54,449
and I knew you weren't believers.
I knew that you were lying.

461
00:33:59,787 --> 00:34:02,832
And I still thought I could change you.
[laughing]

462
00:34:06,586 --> 00:34:09,088
I still thought I could turn you
into something that you weren't.

463
00:34:12,508 --> 00:34:13,926
Maybe you still can.

464
00:34:17,764 --> 00:34:19,599
[kettle whistling]

465
00:34:23,895 --> 00:34:25,605
Why the fuck hasn't Marty called?

466
00:34:30,568 --> 00:34:31,569
[Mason grunts]

467
00:34:32,695 --> 00:34:35,281
[grunts, yells]

468
00:34:35,364 --> 00:34:36,616
[groans]

469
00:34:41,079 --> 00:34:42,538
[Wendy] Help!

470
00:34:43,998 --> 00:34:47,460
[yelling, grunting]

471
00:34:49,295 --> 00:34:52,298
Help! Stop! Stop it!

472
00:34:52,381 --> 00:34:54,217
Stop! No, stop!

473
00:35:00,098 --> 00:35:02,975
-[Wendy screaming]
-Shh.

474
00:35:13,319 --> 00:35:14,862
[Wendy] No, please!

475
00:35:14,946 --> 00:35:17,073
[screaming continues]

476
00:35:18,366 --> 00:35:19,325
Please, stop!

477
00:35:25,915 --> 00:35:29,627
[Mason] You know, I should really just
thank you for making this easier on me.

478
00:35:29,710 --> 00:35:31,921
-Please, please, please, please--
-Shut up!

479
00:35:34,090 --> 00:35:36,092
[cell phone ringing]

480
00:35:40,555 --> 00:35:43,391
[breathing heavily] Yeah?

481
00:35:43,474 --> 00:35:45,977
Mason, it's Marty. I've got Zeke.

482
00:35:46,060 --> 00:35:47,854
They just gave him to me.
Let me show him to you.

483
00:35:48,521 --> 00:35:51,816
Hey, say hello to your dad.
Say hello to your dad, huh?

484
00:35:51,899 --> 00:35:54,527
Say hello, little guy. Can you smile?
Can you smile for your daddy?

485
00:35:54,610 --> 00:35:56,821
-There it is. There it is.
-[laughing]

486
00:35:56,904 --> 00:35:58,698
Okay? There he is.

487
00:35:59,532 --> 00:36:01,993
Um, okay. Um, bring him here.

488
00:36:02,076 --> 00:36:04,370
Uh, let me see Wendy.

489
00:36:08,499 --> 00:36:10,626
Okay. Okay.

490
00:36:10,710 --> 00:36:12,545
[Mason] Happy? Bring him here.

491
00:36:13,212 --> 00:36:14,338
Uh, where's "here"?

492
00:36:14,422 --> 00:36:18,050
[Mason] Home. I'm at my home.
Pull around to the side of the house.

493
00:36:18,134 --> 00:36:21,971
And you come alone, and you come unarmed,
or Wendy dies.

494
00:36:34,192 --> 00:36:37,069
[Cade laughs] There she is.

495
00:36:41,574 --> 00:36:42,950
She's a beauty, ain't she?

496
00:36:44,869 --> 00:36:46,495
Well, let's get to it.

497
00:36:51,375 --> 00:36:53,961
[Wendy] Everything I said before was true.
I need you to know that.

498
00:36:56,505 --> 00:36:58,925
Just because of what happened,
it doesn't mean I was lying to you.

499
00:36:59,008 --> 00:37:00,885
I want what is best for you.

500
00:37:03,179 --> 00:37:06,390
I want this to work out for you.
I want you and Zeke to be together.

501
00:37:09,185 --> 00:37:10,937
So you attack me after I cut you loose?

502
00:37:11,020 --> 00:37:12,688
Well, it's instinct, Mason.

503
00:37:14,482 --> 00:37:15,983
I'm scared to death.

504
00:37:23,157 --> 00:37:26,702
When you think you're going down,
you grab hold of whatever's closest.

505
00:37:28,329 --> 00:37:29,538
Guns, drugs.

506
00:37:30,873 --> 00:37:31,707
God.

507
00:37:33,709 --> 00:37:34,669
Fire extinguisher.

508
00:37:34,752 --> 00:37:37,004
You've never grabbed a hold of God
once in your life.

509
00:37:40,800 --> 00:37:43,594
You have no idea who I am.

510
00:37:46,430 --> 00:37:47,348
[scoffs]

511
00:37:49,934 --> 00:37:51,686
I grabbed hold of God.

512
00:37:54,146 --> 00:37:58,776
I hung on for dear life.
God didn't exactly grab back.

513
00:38:01,279 --> 00:38:03,948
Where I grew up,
self-annihilation was a religion.

514
00:38:05,032 --> 00:38:07,618
More followers than Christianity's.
More passionate, too.

515
00:38:12,415 --> 00:38:13,916
Sex, booze, drugs.

516
00:38:16,127 --> 00:38:20,298
All before I was 15.
I was a quick convert.

517
00:38:26,262 --> 00:38:30,016
And the one place that kept me from going
under was that church I told you about.

518
00:38:30,766 --> 00:38:33,144
The one that my daddy built
with his bare hands.

519
00:38:34,562 --> 00:38:36,397
And when going home wasn't an option,

520
00:38:36,480 --> 00:38:38,774
because that very same daddy
decided he loved liquor

521
00:38:38,858 --> 00:38:43,195
just a little bit more than
he loved Jesus that night? [clicks tongue]

522
00:38:44,739 --> 00:38:46,741
[breathing heavily]

523
00:38:48,701 --> 00:38:49,785
I went to church.

524
00:38:51,287 --> 00:38:53,664
Even though I was a sinner,
I knew I needed it.

525
00:38:56,000 --> 00:38:57,585
And I felt safe there.

526
00:39:00,004 --> 00:39:01,797
Then when I turned about...

527
00:39:03,966 --> 00:39:05,926
seventeen, I realized where I was headed.

528
00:39:06,010 --> 00:39:08,429
I'd put one too many friends
into an early grave,

529
00:39:08,512 --> 00:39:10,389
and it scared the shit out of me.

530
00:39:13,517 --> 00:39:15,019
So I went to my pastor,

531
00:39:17,063 --> 00:39:21,192
and I threw myself into the loving arms
of his mercy, looking for salvation.

532
00:39:22,693 --> 00:39:24,528
Or at least a little hope.

533
00:39:25,446 --> 00:39:26,864
I told him everything.

534
00:39:26,947 --> 00:39:31,160
I believed his forgiveness
would make me whole.

535
00:39:32,203 --> 00:39:34,955
I even told him about the abortions.
[chuckles softly]

536
00:39:36,040 --> 00:39:37,708
And he said all the right things.

537
00:39:38,667 --> 00:39:43,005
How lonely I must've felt,
how we all stray from the path,

538
00:39:43,714 --> 00:39:47,176
how the important thing was
that I was walking it again.

539
00:39:51,889 --> 00:39:54,141
But the way his jaw tightened,

540
00:39:58,187 --> 00:40:02,650
the way his eyes hardened
when he looked at me, I knew.

541
00:40:05,111 --> 00:40:07,655
I knew he'd never look at me
the same way again.

542
00:40:08,864 --> 00:40:11,700
[scoffs] And I was devastated.

543
00:40:13,494 --> 00:40:15,579
I was heartbroken, and I wasn't welcome.

544
00:40:18,749 --> 00:40:20,418
So I left God behind.

545
00:40:22,211 --> 00:40:25,131
Because you wanted to leave him behind.

546
00:40:26,882 --> 00:40:29,760
Because you never truly believed, right?

547
00:40:29,844 --> 00:40:31,887
A Southern preacher and abortions?

548
00:40:31,971 --> 00:40:33,889
You knew exactly how he'd react.

549
00:40:35,057 --> 00:40:36,267
That's why you told him.

550
00:40:37,643 --> 00:40:39,311
How long after did you leave home?

551
00:40:40,438 --> 00:40:41,355
Six months.

552
00:40:41,439 --> 00:40:42,940
Okay. So you said it yourself.

553
00:40:43,023 --> 00:40:45,067
The church was the only thing
that you had left.

554
00:40:45,151 --> 00:40:46,777
So you needed him to reject you,

555
00:40:46,861 --> 00:40:48,654
so that way you had no choice
but to leave.

556
00:40:48,737 --> 00:40:51,824
But anyone who truly believes
can't just walk away like that.

557
00:40:55,286 --> 00:40:58,414
Anyone who truly believes can't just
turn their back on their faith,

558
00:40:58,497 --> 00:40:59,790
not even for survival.

559
00:41:00,541 --> 00:41:01,375
[sniffs]

560
00:41:02,626 --> 00:41:05,004
You leave a church, fine.
You leave a pastor, fine.

561
00:41:05,087 --> 00:41:06,255
But you find a new one.

562
00:41:06,839 --> 00:41:09,884
Because anyone who believes
knows that faith isn't a choice.

563
00:41:09,967 --> 00:41:11,719
It's the essence of life.

564
00:41:12,303 --> 00:41:13,262
Do you understand?

565
00:41:16,223 --> 00:41:20,227
When I walked into that robbery,
I was just as desperate as you were.

566
00:41:20,311 --> 00:41:24,773
I had no job. I had no family,
no direction, no reason to live.

567
00:41:25,274 --> 00:41:31,572
But I walked into that store
'cause I knew that God would protect me.

568
00:41:32,907 --> 00:41:35,493
When I was lost,
I didn't walk away from him.

569
00:41:37,036 --> 00:41:38,245
I walked towards him.

570
00:41:43,083 --> 00:41:45,544
Oh, Mason... [scoffs]

571
00:41:47,922 --> 00:41:50,007
You didn't walk into that store
to find God.

572
00:41:50,591 --> 00:41:52,676
You walked into that store to die.

573
00:41:54,720 --> 00:41:57,890
God was just something
you happened to find along the way.

574
00:42:04,522 --> 00:42:07,900
[grunting]

575
00:42:14,240 --> 00:42:18,118
[Cade] Come on, don't you tease me now,
not when I'm about this close.

576
00:42:20,579 --> 00:42:23,415
[whispering] God damn it, Ruth, I said
keep that goddamn light on my hands.

577
00:42:25,084 --> 00:42:27,002
-[grunts]
-[Ruth] Fuck. Shit.

578
00:42:27,753 --> 00:42:29,880
-[Ruth] Fuck.
-Kill the light.

579
00:42:29,964 --> 00:42:32,716
[man] Hey! Is somebody down there?

580
00:42:32,800 --> 00:42:34,301
You said he wasn't gonna
be here till two.

581
00:42:34,385 --> 00:42:35,678
I said, "I thought."

582
00:42:35,761 --> 00:42:36,887
[man] Hey!

583
00:42:36,971 --> 00:42:38,055
[gun cocks]

584
00:42:38,138 --> 00:42:40,599
My shotgun just loves making new friends.

585
00:42:41,350 --> 00:42:42,643
-[Ruth] Fuck. Shit.
-Come on.

586
00:42:42,726 --> 00:42:43,686
We gotta get in the water.

587
00:42:43,769 --> 00:42:45,354
-[man] Hey! Is someone down there?
-[Cade] Shit.

588
00:42:51,193 --> 00:42:52,278
Fuck. Fuck.

589
00:43:09,837 --> 00:43:13,340
Wait. Lift up your shirt,
turn around, flip out your pockets.

590
00:43:13,424 --> 00:43:16,135
No, I'm-- I'm unarmed.
I'm-- I'm alone, just like you said.

591
00:43:16,218 --> 00:43:17,553
I'm just getting your kid.

592
00:43:19,513 --> 00:43:25,311
But I'm not giving him to you
until I know that Wendy's okay.

593
00:43:25,394 --> 00:43:26,979
[Zeke crying]

594
00:43:29,189 --> 00:43:31,400
-Wendy!
-Wendy?

595
00:43:31,483 --> 00:43:32,735
[Wendy] Marty, is that you?

596
00:43:35,654 --> 00:43:37,656
[Zeke continues crying]

597
00:43:39,992 --> 00:43:41,493
-[Wendy] Marty, I'm here.
-Wendy.

598
00:43:48,375 --> 00:43:49,877
[shushes]

599
00:43:49,960 --> 00:43:51,795
[Zeke wails]

600
00:43:51,879 --> 00:43:54,256
[gasps, panting]

601
00:43:56,675 --> 00:43:58,469
[coughs]

602
00:44:09,772 --> 00:44:14,193
[man] Like I said, my shotgun
just loves making new friends.

603
00:44:14,276 --> 00:44:16,278
[Cade shushes]

604
00:44:20,366 --> 00:44:21,408
[Ruth groans]

605
00:44:29,375 --> 00:44:32,503
-[door opens]
-[footsteps approach]

606
00:44:35,714 --> 00:44:37,216
What are you gonna do to me?

607
00:44:38,217 --> 00:44:39,343
[Marty] What are you talking about?

608
00:44:39,885 --> 00:44:40,803
As soon as I let you leave,

609
00:44:40,886 --> 00:44:42,846
what's to stop you from calling the police
and telling them what I did?

610
00:44:43,430 --> 00:44:45,724
-We would never do that, Mason.
-[Mason] He would.

611
00:44:47,059 --> 00:44:50,229
We had an agreement. Wendy for Zeke.

612
00:44:51,480 --> 00:44:53,732
As far as I'm concerned, this whole thing
is over as soon as we leave here.

613
00:44:53,816 --> 00:44:54,900
[Mason] How can I be so sure?

614
00:44:55,526 --> 00:44:57,653
Because I kept my word on that.
I'm gonna keep my word on this.

615
00:44:57,736 --> 00:44:58,654
-[Mason] How do I know?
-[Zeke crying]

616
00:44:58,737 --> 00:45:03,033
How do I know that you didn't already
call 'em and tell 'em where I'm at?

617
00:45:03,117 --> 00:45:04,284
-You know? How do I know...
-Mason, Mason--

618
00:45:04,368 --> 00:45:05,411
-...that they're not up there right now?
-[Zeke crying]

619
00:45:05,494 --> 00:45:08,205
Waiting for you two to walk out of here
and then come down here to...

620
00:45:08,288 --> 00:45:09,832
Will you shut up?

621
00:45:13,127 --> 00:45:14,169
What did you do to him?

622
00:45:16,130 --> 00:45:17,506
Here. What are you talking about?

623
00:45:17,589 --> 00:45:19,049
To make him this way.

624
00:45:19,133 --> 00:45:20,634
[Marty] I brought him straight here as--

625
00:45:21,593 --> 00:45:24,722
I brought him straight here
as soon as they gave him to me.

626
00:45:25,973 --> 00:45:29,935
Mason, it's completely natural
for a baby to cry

627
00:45:30,018 --> 00:45:31,437
if you haven't seen them for a while.

628
00:45:31,520 --> 00:45:33,105
No, no, no. He did something to him.

629
00:45:34,064 --> 00:45:35,065
[Marty] You're not making any sense.

630
00:45:35,149 --> 00:45:36,900
I'm making perfect fucking sense.

631
00:45:36,984 --> 00:45:38,819
There's nothing
I could have possibly done to him.

632
00:45:38,902 --> 00:45:40,612
You can do whatever you want.

633
00:45:41,905 --> 00:45:43,073
You're the Devil.

634
00:45:45,075 --> 00:45:48,162
Mason, we brought you your son.
There's nothing wrong with him.

635
00:45:48,620 --> 00:45:49,872
You gotta let us go.

636
00:45:49,955 --> 00:45:52,082
Not until you tell me what you did to him.

637
00:45:52,666 --> 00:45:55,210
He's just upset
because of the situation, Mason.

638
00:45:55,294 --> 00:45:57,296
[Zeke continues crying]

639
00:45:58,922 --> 00:45:59,757
Hey!

640
00:46:00,632 --> 00:46:01,633
I'm waiting.

641
00:46:03,844 --> 00:46:05,262
You wanna know what was done?

642
00:46:05,846 --> 00:46:06,972
You wanna know what was done?

643
00:46:07,055 --> 00:46:09,600
A fund-raising campaign to help you
while you were on the street.

644
00:46:10,267 --> 00:46:12,352
I warned you to go back out onto the water

645
00:46:12,436 --> 00:46:14,563
so that the Snells
wouldn't come after you.

646
00:46:14,646 --> 00:46:17,649
In fact, I begged them to let you
go back out onto the water

647
00:46:17,733 --> 00:46:20,986
instead of them just killing you
and Grace, right then and there.

648
00:46:21,069 --> 00:46:25,949
And when they didn't listen to me,
I paid $700,000 to save your lives.

649
00:46:26,033 --> 00:46:28,452
$700,000.

650
00:46:28,535 --> 00:46:30,704
Every single thing I've done has been
to help you.

651
00:46:30,788 --> 00:46:32,748
Everything I've told you to do has been
to help you.

652
00:46:32,831 --> 00:46:33,791
And what have you done?

653
00:46:33,874 --> 00:46:36,001
You've done the exact opposite
every single time,

654
00:46:36,084 --> 00:46:38,796
and what did it get you?
It got you right fucking here.

655
00:46:38,879 --> 00:46:40,422
[laughing]

656
00:46:40,506 --> 00:46:43,717
Why do I even listen to him?
All you do is lie!

657
00:46:43,801 --> 00:46:44,760
He's not lying, Mason.

658
00:46:44,843 --> 00:46:47,763
Wendy said so herself.
You two are criminals.

659
00:46:47,846 --> 00:46:49,515
-You're killers.
-No, no, no, no, no.

660
00:46:49,598 --> 00:46:51,892
I said that we worked with them.
I never said that we were criminals.

661
00:46:51,975 --> 00:46:57,231
Suppose the foot said, "I'm not a hand.
I do not belong to the body."

662
00:46:57,314 --> 00:47:01,443
Suppose the ear said, "I'm not an eye.
I do not belong to the body."

663
00:47:01,527 --> 00:47:04,404
There are many parts,
but there is only one body.

664
00:47:04,488 --> 00:47:06,824
Hey. What can we do
to make you believe us?

665
00:47:06,907 --> 00:47:07,741
Nothing.

666
00:47:07,825 --> 00:47:08,784
[Marty] So then,
just choose to believe us.

667
00:47:08,867 --> 00:47:11,203
Just make yourself believe us,
like you did with God.

668
00:47:11,286 --> 00:47:15,290
After you lost everything,
you made a choice to believe in God.

669
00:47:15,374 --> 00:47:17,167
[Zeke continues crying]

670
00:47:17,251 --> 00:47:18,752
I can't, not anymore.

671
00:47:20,879 --> 00:47:22,172
You killed that.

672
00:47:23,924 --> 00:47:24,758
I'm taking her.

673
00:47:25,843 --> 00:47:26,677
What?

674
00:47:26,760 --> 00:47:28,095
No, you're not. No, you're not.
Put that down.

675
00:47:28,178 --> 00:47:31,265
I'm gonna take Wendy
to protect her from you.

676
00:47:31,348 --> 00:47:33,141
'Cause whenever you're not around,
she tells the truth.

677
00:47:33,225 --> 00:47:35,686
Right? And the minute you show up,
you start lying.

678
00:47:35,769 --> 00:47:38,438
-Mason, slow down.
-Okay? He's corrupting you.

679
00:47:38,522 --> 00:47:40,065
Yes, you're gonna come with me.

680
00:47:40,148 --> 00:47:41,441
-Come over here.
-No, no, no.

681
00:47:41,525 --> 00:47:43,277
-Wait a second.
-You see what's happening, don't you?

682
00:47:43,360 --> 00:47:44,987
-You see what you're doing?
-[Mason] I'm helping you.

683
00:47:45,070 --> 00:47:46,655
No, it's the same thing as in that store.

684
00:47:46,738 --> 00:47:47,948
[yells, grunts]

685
00:47:50,742 --> 00:47:52,119
Let her go. Let her go. Let her go.

686
00:47:52,202 --> 00:47:53,787
Let us out of here. Let her go.

687
00:47:53,871 --> 00:47:55,414
-Don't do this!
-[Marty] You have everything you want--

688
00:47:55,497 --> 00:47:57,124
I have nothing that I want!

689
00:47:57,207 --> 00:48:00,627
I don't have my wife!
I don't have my faith!

690
00:48:00,711 --> 00:48:03,171
-Think about Zeke.
-I don't even have my son anymore!

691
00:48:03,255 --> 00:48:04,673
Yes, you do! He's right there.

692
00:48:04,756 --> 00:48:06,884
You've taken everything from me.
[breathing heavily]

693
00:48:06,967 --> 00:48:09,177
-Just finish the job.
-I'm not gonna do that.

694
00:48:09,261 --> 00:48:11,346
-Take Zeke and go.
-Or I can just push this in.

695
00:48:11,430 --> 00:48:13,724
Mason! Mason, put that down.
Put that... Mason!

696
00:48:13,807 --> 00:48:15,684
-If I just plunge this right into her--
-No!

697
00:48:15,767 --> 00:48:17,060
-Mason!
-[Mason yells]

698
00:48:17,144 --> 00:48:19,146
[grunting]

699
00:48:21,648 --> 00:48:23,984
God damn it. Shit.

700
00:48:24,067 --> 00:48:26,570
No, no. Let me help you.
Let me help you. Shit!

701
00:48:26,653 --> 00:48:28,280
[sobbing] Shit. No.

702
00:48:28,363 --> 00:48:30,782
Lay still. Lay still. Lay still.

703
00:48:30,866 --> 00:48:33,952
-Don't move. Just lay still. Lay still.
-[gasping] No...

704
00:48:35,329 --> 00:48:37,331
[Zeke continues crying]

705
00:48:45,047 --> 00:48:46,298
Oh, shit.

706
00:48:47,132 --> 00:48:50,177
Oh, God. [gasps]

707
00:48:53,513 --> 00:48:54,640
Oh, God.

708
00:48:54,723 --> 00:48:56,725
[crying]

709
00:49:05,025 --> 00:49:06,610
I'm so sorry, Daddy.

710
00:49:09,279 --> 00:49:13,700
I swear I didn't-- I didn't know
he'd be back so soon.

711
00:49:14,534 --> 00:49:15,994
[stammering] I--

712
00:49:16,745 --> 00:49:19,790
I--I promise, I promise, I promise,

713
00:49:19,873 --> 00:49:22,709
I'm not a fuck-up.

714
00:49:24,670 --> 00:49:25,754
I'm not.

715
00:49:29,049 --> 00:49:33,095
You just-- You gotta--
You gotta give me another chance, Daddy.

716
00:49:36,807 --> 00:49:38,684
I'll make it all right, Daddy.

717
00:49:39,851 --> 00:49:41,311
I'll make it so...

718
00:49:42,688 --> 00:49:45,107
you won't have to think about this.

719
00:49:51,738 --> 00:49:56,743
I promise I'll make you...
I'll make you so, so proud!

720
00:50:01,498 --> 00:50:02,958
It's all right, Ruthie.

721
00:50:04,292 --> 00:50:05,585
There'll be other boats.

722
00:50:07,379 --> 00:50:09,089
All that matters is you're okay.

723
00:50:14,261 --> 00:50:16,638
[sighs]

724
00:50:33,989 --> 00:50:36,700
I think I know where Marty's money is.

725
00:50:42,998 --> 00:50:49,087
A little bit ago,
I saw Wendy drive a hearse

726
00:50:50,047 --> 00:50:52,674
up to one of the cabins at the Blue Cat.

727
00:50:54,718 --> 00:51:00,140
And at the time, I thought,
"That doesn't make any sense."

728
00:51:03,226 --> 00:51:04,436
But now, when...

729
00:51:05,479 --> 00:51:10,984
I'm thinking that must have been
where they were keeping the money.

730
00:51:13,528 --> 00:51:19,367
I must have caught them moving it
to the funeral home.

731
00:51:20,202 --> 00:51:22,245
[exhales]

732
00:51:34,132 --> 00:51:35,634
Well, let's go get it, then.

733
00:51:44,101 --> 00:51:46,478
[Marty panting]

734
00:51:46,561 --> 00:51:48,730
[Wendy] Okay, I need you
to put these clothes on

735
00:51:48,814 --> 00:51:52,526
and I need you to put your clothes
in the laundry bag. Okay?

736
00:51:59,032 --> 00:52:01,243
What the hell are we gonna do? [sniffles]

737
00:52:03,328 --> 00:52:06,206
-[Wendy] We're gonna do...
-[exhales]

738
00:52:07,457 --> 00:52:08,750
We're gonna do what we have to do.

739
00:52:08,834 --> 00:52:11,169
We're gonna get rid of the body,
and we're gonna take Zeke with us.

740
00:52:11,753 --> 00:52:14,297
I think I'm having a fucking heart attack.
[inhales sharply]

741
00:52:14,381 --> 00:52:19,177
Honey, no, it's just...
it's just a panic attack, sweetie.

742
00:52:20,053 --> 00:52:22,264
And you're in shock,
but you have to keep breathing.

743
00:52:22,347 --> 00:52:23,348
-Okay, Marty?
-Yeah.

744
00:52:23,431 --> 00:52:25,267
Just in on the count of four...

745
00:52:25,350 --> 00:52:29,062
In on the count of four
and out on the count of four, all right?

746
00:52:29,604 --> 00:52:30,939
-Just keep breathing.
-[panting]

747
00:52:31,022 --> 00:52:33,733
I'm here. I'm here. I'm here. I got this.

748
00:52:33,859 --> 00:52:36,945
Ugh. I got this. It's okay.
I'm right here.

749
00:52:37,028 --> 00:52:39,906
Just in on four, out on four.

750
00:52:39,990 --> 00:52:41,116
I'm right here.

751
00:52:42,576 --> 00:52:44,661
I got this. I'll take care of this.

752
00:52:44,744 --> 00:52:48,540
I'll take care of this, just the way
that you took care of me, so...

753
00:52:48,623 --> 00:52:52,752
Okay? In on four, out on four.

754
00:52:53,295 --> 00:52:54,588
You just keep breathing.

755
00:52:55,714 --> 00:52:59,843
One, two, three, four.

756
00:53:00,510 --> 00:53:05,140
One, two, three, four.

757
00:53:05,932 --> 00:53:10,228
One, two, three, four.

758
00:53:11,021 --> 00:53:15,692
One, two, three, four.

759
00:53:16,443 --> 00:53:18,486
One, two...

760
00:53:27,954 --> 00:53:30,916
I don't know that we see it
as something that has to be reconciled.

761
00:53:31,917 --> 00:53:33,335
Wouldn't you agree, Marty?

762
00:53:38,506 --> 00:53:40,425
-Yeah. Yeah.
-Mm-hmm.

763
00:53:43,637 --> 00:53:48,225
The way we see it, we're in the business
of bringing prosperity to this lake,

764
00:53:49,100 --> 00:53:52,145
of helping to turn it into
a year-round tourist destination,

765
00:53:52,229 --> 00:53:54,105
of helping our community thrive.

766
00:53:54,189 --> 00:53:56,858
And isn't that what it means
to be a good neighbor?

767
00:53:57,817 --> 00:53:59,945
Set a good example for our children?

768
00:54:00,695 --> 00:54:02,030
A good person?

769
00:54:02,113 --> 00:54:04,282
[woman] Obviously, the FBI doesn't
see it that way.

770
00:54:04,950 --> 00:54:09,329
Or they wouldn't have raided your home
and brought you in for questioning, Marty.

771
00:54:13,041 --> 00:54:15,377
Well, they didn't bring me in.
I volunteered.

772
00:54:15,460 --> 00:54:16,795
Under duress.

773
00:54:16,878 --> 00:54:17,879
[Wendy] How do you figure?

774
00:54:18,505 --> 00:54:20,924
Well, they clearly thought
you had something to hide,

775
00:54:21,007 --> 00:54:23,760
because they felt the need to come here
in the middle of the night.

776
00:54:23,843 --> 00:54:25,971
Well, it was early morning, actually.

777
00:54:26,054 --> 00:54:28,139
When they knew
you'd least expect them.

778
00:54:29,891 --> 00:54:31,726
I'm curious how you explain that.

779
00:54:34,521 --> 00:54:35,438
Marty.

780
00:54:37,649 --> 00:54:40,485
You know, I'm so glad
that you brought this up.

781
00:54:40,568 --> 00:54:44,239
FBI scrutiny is expected
when you open a casino in this country.

782
00:54:44,322 --> 00:54:45,907
I mean, we all understand why.

783
00:54:45,991 --> 00:54:48,368
And we laud the very thorough work

784
00:54:48,451 --> 00:54:51,329
the federal agents are doing
to keep us safe.

785
00:54:51,663 --> 00:54:54,708
It's why Marty cooperated
when they came here.

786
00:54:54,791 --> 00:54:58,503
And it's why we prepared
for that scrutiny as a family.

787
00:54:58,586 --> 00:55:01,047
In fact, we welcome it
because we know it's necessary,

788
00:55:01,131 --> 00:55:02,757
and we don't have anything to hide.

789
00:55:03,341 --> 00:55:04,301
At the end of the day,

790
00:55:04,384 --> 00:55:07,762
the FBI's going to find 
what everybody finds when they meet us.

791
00:55:07,846 --> 00:55:10,807
And I encourage people to come on up,

792
00:55:10,890 --> 00:55:13,935
I mean, introduce themselves to us
when they see us around.

793
00:55:14,019 --> 00:55:17,772
They're going to find a family
that's very much like their own.

794
00:55:17,856 --> 00:55:19,024
[Zeke coos]

795
00:55:20,025 --> 00:55:23,278
[Wendy] We work hard.
We make time for family.

796
00:55:24,070 --> 00:55:26,323
We try and treat our neighbors
with respect

797
00:55:26,406 --> 00:55:28,700
and teach our children to do the same.

798
00:55:30,160 --> 00:55:31,995
And we sacrifice for each other.

799
00:55:32,078 --> 00:55:34,831
[chuckles] Sometimes a bit more
than we bargained for,

800
00:55:34,914 --> 00:55:37,876
but we make our peace
with those sacrifices

801
00:55:37,959 --> 00:55:41,087
because we love each other, very much.

802
00:56:00,231 --> 00:56:03,860
So much so, that as you can see,

803
00:56:04,569 --> 00:56:08,073
we all came together as a family
and decided to help a friend out in need

804
00:56:08,156 --> 00:56:10,033
and foster his son for a bit.

805
00:56:18,333 --> 00:56:21,378
And when I put it that way,
we sound kind of boring.

806
00:56:22,962 --> 00:56:24,214
What do you think, Marty?

807
00:56:24,881 --> 00:56:25,965
Are we boring?

808
00:56:31,429 --> 00:56:32,430
Sorry.

809
00:56:33,264 --> 00:56:34,474
Say it again.
 
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Ozark Season 2 Script Episode 6

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 2 - episode 6
"Outer Darkness"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
Paul Kolsby
Martin Zimmerman
Ning Zhoe

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S02-Ep.06: "Outer Darkness"

An FBI search of the Snells' field yields a surprise. Playing hardball, Agent Petty questions Wilkes. The Byrdes mourn a loss.

TRANSCRIPTION

1
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[radio stations changing]

2
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[Junior Walker & The All Stars' "Shotgun"
playing on radio]

3
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[Buddy laughing]

4
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Oh, man. Now this takes me way back.

5
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Hey, what? You're choking the life out
of the steering wheel.

6
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Come on. We got the job done.

7
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Let's enjoy it.

8
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[coughing]

9
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[clears throat] Ow!

10
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-You okay?
-[grunts]

11
00:01:01,519 --> 00:01:02,520
Yeah.

12
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-Buddy, you all right?
-[coughs]

13
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You sure you're okay?

14
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[grunts]

15
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Never better.

16
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Whoa! [chuckling]

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You know, I...

18
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I saw these guys

19
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at the Fox Theater, in Detroit, in '65.

20
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[both chuckle]

21
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-God damn, that was some show.
-Hmm.

22
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[exhales]

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Do you miss it? Your life back in Detroit?

24
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-[Buddy grunts] Sometimes.
-Hmm.

25
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You know, that city was in its prime.

26
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It was vibrant. And it really had soul.

27
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[Wendy] Hmm.

28
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Yeah, I always thought I...

29
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I'd make my way back.

30
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Hmm. Maybe you will.

31
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[Buddy] Yeah.

32
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[exhales]

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Promise me,

34
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when you get that casino up and running,

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you're gonna get the hell out of here.

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Yes?

37
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We have a plan.

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There's a small town in Australia.

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It's about an hour's drive
from the Gold Coast.

40
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Mullumbimby.

41
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[laughs]

42
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[chuckles] What?

43
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Mullum what?

44
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[chuckling]

45
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-Mullumbimby.
-Don't make me laugh.

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[laughing]

47
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-Have you been there?
-No. Oh, God, no.

48
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No, I've only read about it.

49
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Growing up,
we didn't have any money to travel.

50
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I mean, we didn't have any money
to do anything,

51
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so I would go to the library.

52
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And I'd put my finger on the map.

53
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[chuckles]

54
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Well, what's it like?

55
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Remote.

56
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Lush. It's surrounded by mountains.
It's near the water.

57
00:03:25,788 --> 00:03:29,167
I mean, it's a lot like the Ozarks.
[laughs]

58
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Except people talk funny there.

59
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I told Marty about it.

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At first, it was the name that we liked.

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Gold Coast.

62
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Sounds like anything's possible.

63
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And then I remembered this spot nearby,
kind of like a hideout.

64
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Of course, Marty,

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he's paranoid that there's gonna be
a tsunami that hits the coast.

66
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But, you know,
I figure the town is so far inland,

67
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I mean, we'll have beach-front property
by the time the water gets to us.

68
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[chuckles]

69
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Buddy.

70
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Buddy?

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[exclaims]

72
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[exhales]

73
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[knocking on door]

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Ruth?

75
00:05:09,309 --> 00:05:10,643
You okay in there?

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-Ruth?
-[knocking continues]

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[cell phone vibrating]

78
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-Ruth.
-[sniffles]

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[knock on door]

80
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What?

81
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[Wyatt] Uncle Cade told me what happened.
I just wanted to see if you were okay.

82
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I'm fine. Just stop being a stalker
and get your shit together for school.

83
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I'm not leaving until you come out.

84
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Suit yourself.

85
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[shudders]

86
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[sobbing]

87
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Buddy told me he wanted to die
at home in his bed.

88
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Do you think he'd be upset
that he died in his car?

89
00:07:02,755 --> 00:07:05,299
No, sweetheart, I don't think
he'd be upset about that.

90
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What were you guys doing out so late?

91
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And why did he smell like gasoline?

92
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Well, Buddy wanted to help us
with something,

93
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but it was...
it was just too much for him.

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Help us with what?

95
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Why did you let him go with you?

96
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I thought he was better.

97
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It's nobody's fault, Jonah, okay?
Buddy was sick. This was his time.

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-All set.
-Yeah.

99
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Thank you, Harry.
Sorry for the short notice.

100
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[Harry sighs] That's life.

101
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Sorry again for your loss.

102
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Why don't we all stay at home today?

103
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Just the four of us? We can...
We can make pancakes.

104
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You okay, Charlotte?
Does that sound like a good idea?

105
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[sighs] I just feel so stupid.

106
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I know that this was coming,
but it just doesn't make...

107
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[Marty] I know.

108
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-I know.
-[Charlotte exhales]

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Go help Jonah.

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Um...

111
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I'm gonna go try to get in front of this.

112
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At least take the morning.

113
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You blew up their field, Wendy.
It's just gonna get worse from here.

114
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Try to stay off the phone.
The feds might be listening.

115
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[chattering]

116
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Any of those dogs
so much as pisses in that barn,

117
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you'll be hearing from our lawyer.

118
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What exactly do you expect to turn up?

119
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His name is Camino Del Rio.

120
00:09:09,507 --> 00:09:10,716
Ring any bells?

121
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He a Mexican?

122
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[Petty] Last he was seen,
he was headed on to your property.

123
00:09:21,394 --> 00:09:24,063
Well, anything you can tell me
about the fire out here last night?

124
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That was a prescribed burn
on one of our fields.

125
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-[Petty] A prescribed burn?
-Mm-hmm.

126
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If you farmed, you'd know.

127
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In the middle of the night?

128
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Because I think you're hiding something.

129
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I think you're trying
to destroy evidence out here.

130
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Evidence of what?

131
00:09:42,999 --> 00:09:44,375
I guess we'll see.

132
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-You okay?
-Still walking on two feet, ain't I?

133
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You're late.
And if I find out you're skipping class,

134
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I will hunt you down,

135
00:10:02,393 --> 00:10:05,271
tie you to the back of the beast
and drag you there myself.

136
00:10:05,938 --> 00:10:07,815
Go get Three and get in the damn car.

137
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Go!

138
00:10:11,861 --> 00:10:13,029
Where are you heading?

139
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Work.

140
00:10:16,699 --> 00:10:17,950
Here. Let me see.

141
00:10:21,162 --> 00:10:22,330
Good girl.

142
00:10:23,164 --> 00:10:26,208
Now, you know better than
to let those fuckers get you down.

143
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You play that long game.

144
00:10:28,961 --> 00:10:31,339
You strike back when they least expect it.

145
00:10:35,468 --> 00:10:37,553
We'll get that money, one way or another.

146
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[dogs barking]

147
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-[man] Get over here.
-[woman] There you go.

148
00:11:08,000 --> 00:11:09,794
[cell phone ringing]

149
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Petty.

150
00:11:14,548 --> 00:11:15,716
Copy that.

151
00:11:28,646 --> 00:11:30,314
Can I help you with something?

152
00:11:31,565 --> 00:11:35,528
-Just here to see my business partners.
-And what business is that exactly?

153
00:11:36,153 --> 00:11:38,239
We have a bid for a casino.

154
00:11:38,739 --> 00:11:39,782
Right.

155
00:11:39,865 --> 00:11:43,869
Well, I'm afraid I can't allow you
to have any contact with your partners,

156
00:11:43,953 --> 00:11:47,790
because anything we turn up today could
persuade them to testify against you.

157
00:11:48,499 --> 00:11:51,419
Any contact you have with them
could compromise that.

158
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So, I'm sure you understand.

159
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He's gonna back up.

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Asshole.

161
00:12:01,345 --> 00:12:02,263
Prick.

162
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[man] Simmer down. Simmer down! Good boy.

163
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[sniffs]

164
00:12:20,281 --> 00:12:22,450
Hey! I think we got something.

165
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[Wendy] Do we know what's on the warrant?

166
00:12:55,566 --> 00:12:56,734
No, we don't.

167
00:12:56,817 --> 00:12:58,903
It's weird, you know.
Petty didn't actually tell me.

168
00:12:59,403 --> 00:13:01,781
Well, it's a good thing
that we burned that field, at least.

169
00:13:01,864 --> 00:13:04,492
It's not. It's not so good
that you didn't run it by me.

170
00:13:05,910 --> 00:13:08,078
When were we supposed
to talk about it, Marty? Hmm?

171
00:13:08,162 --> 00:13:11,081
When Ruth was being tortured by the cartel
and you were tied up on the ground?

172
00:13:11,165 --> 00:13:13,042
It's not like I stole your credit card
and I bought a dress.

173
00:13:13,125 --> 00:13:14,335
You made the right call. It's just...

174
00:13:14,418 --> 00:13:17,087
we gotta stay on the same page always,
or things fall apart.

175
00:13:18,047 --> 00:13:20,883
You know, you got a real way
of complimenting me

176
00:13:20,966 --> 00:13:23,511
and walking it back in the same breath.
You know that?

177
00:13:23,594 --> 00:13:24,762
Tell me they cleaned out the barn.

178
00:13:24,845 --> 00:13:27,473
Tell me that the feds are not about
to find a heroin processing...

179
00:13:28,098 --> 00:13:29,183
Hey there, Harry.

180
00:13:29,767 --> 00:13:31,602
I'm sorry. Am I interrupting?

181
00:13:31,685 --> 00:13:32,561
No, you're not. No.

182
00:13:36,982 --> 00:13:39,777
This one comes in gray or pink granite.

183
00:13:39,860 --> 00:13:42,029
-It's modern, but timeless.
-Mm-hmm.

184
00:13:42,112 --> 00:13:44,240
You're thinking single occupancy
or double?

185
00:13:44,323 --> 00:13:46,742
[Wendy] Oh, double.
Let's give him some room in there.

186
00:13:47,993 --> 00:13:50,287
-We're getting Buddy a mausoleum?
-Mm-hmm.

187
00:13:50,371 --> 00:13:52,581
-When were you gonna tell me about that?
-I'm telling you now.

188
00:13:55,626 --> 00:13:57,461
[Harry] How do we feel about statues?

189
00:17:32,760 --> 00:17:34,219
I've been texting.

190
00:17:34,303 --> 00:17:35,929
[Wendy] I've been away from my phone.

191
00:17:36,013 --> 00:17:39,600
-It's important.
-I've had something more important.

192
00:17:40,309 --> 00:17:42,144
FBI wants to question me.

193
00:17:42,227 --> 00:17:44,438
An Agent Petty. I'm guessing you know him.

194
00:17:45,689 --> 00:17:47,357
I need to know
what I'm involved with here.

195
00:17:47,441 --> 00:17:49,401
I think you know exactly
what you're involved in.

196
00:17:49,485 --> 00:17:50,360
Do I?

197
00:17:51,945 --> 00:17:53,530
If we're gonna have
any kind of relationship,

198
00:17:53,614 --> 00:17:55,991
you need to start being 100% honest
with me.

199
00:17:56,575 --> 00:17:58,535
The casino deal is completely legal.

200
00:17:58,619 --> 00:18:00,913
But the business your investors
are involved in isn't.

201
00:18:04,875 --> 00:18:05,793
No.

202
00:18:08,670 --> 00:18:10,798
Did you know this
before you started working with them?

203
00:18:14,093 --> 00:18:15,219
Yes.

204
00:18:16,929 --> 00:18:19,306
Well, don't stop now, Charles. Let's go.

205
00:18:19,389 --> 00:18:21,058
You want the whole truth,
now's your chance.

206
00:18:30,484 --> 00:18:32,027
Shit. Fuck.

207
00:18:35,322 --> 00:18:36,240
Hi.

208
00:18:38,242 --> 00:18:39,201
Hi.

209
00:18:40,661 --> 00:18:44,373
I didn't, uh... I didn't know
if you'd be in today.

210
00:18:44,456 --> 00:18:45,624
[chuckles softly]

211
00:18:46,500 --> 00:18:49,878
You think those poles
wipe themselves off? [sniffs]

212
00:18:52,047 --> 00:18:55,259
No, I mean...
You know, you weren't answering my calls.

213
00:18:55,342 --> 00:19:01,265
And, you know, I just figured that I would
make the rounds myself until you got back.

214
00:19:02,641 --> 00:19:06,478
Mmm, just throw it in the safe.
I'll deal with it later.

215
00:19:06,979 --> 00:19:10,774
You know, Ruth, if you need more time,
you take all that you need. I can--

216
00:19:10,858 --> 00:19:12,526
I'm fucking fine, Marty.

217
00:19:13,110 --> 00:19:14,570
Okay? Just...

218
00:19:15,487 --> 00:19:18,782
Just put it in the safe!
I got other shit I have to deal with.

219
00:19:25,080 --> 00:19:26,540
[chattering]

220
00:20:02,826 --> 00:20:05,245
-Call my lawyer.
-I already did.

221
00:20:06,830 --> 00:20:08,415
I want to hear you say it.

222
00:20:10,584 --> 00:20:11,793
Say what?

223
00:20:11,877 --> 00:20:14,838
That we should never have gotten involved
with these people.

224
00:20:16,548 --> 00:20:20,802
Whose idea was it to put the bones
into the poppy field? Ash's?

225
00:20:21,887 --> 00:20:26,058
If I was you, I don't think Ash would be
the topic to be talking about right now.

226
00:20:26,141 --> 00:20:27,267
[Petty] Excuse me.

227
00:20:28,602 --> 00:20:30,062
Here's where I ask
if you'd like to discuss

228
00:20:30,145 --> 00:20:32,231
all your business dealings
with Marty Byrde.

229
00:20:32,314 --> 00:20:34,733
[Jacob] I ain't gonna discuss anything
without a lawyer.

230
00:20:34,816 --> 00:20:36,652
Oh. Well, in that case,
I'm required by law

231
00:20:36,735 --> 00:20:38,779
to tell you that you have the right
to remain silent.

232
00:20:38,862 --> 00:20:42,115
Anything you say can and will be used
against you in a court of law.

233
00:20:42,199 --> 00:20:46,870
The mere existence of bones in a field
does not constitute a crime.

234
00:20:46,954 --> 00:20:48,997
Are you waiving your Miranda rights, hmm?

235
00:20:49,581 --> 00:20:50,749
Will the sheriff please note

236
00:20:50,832 --> 00:20:53,252
that Mr. Snell here is choosing
to waive his Miranda rights?

237
00:20:53,752 --> 00:20:54,795
We're gonna have to bring you in.

238
00:20:55,671 --> 00:20:57,172
On what charge?

239
00:20:57,256 --> 00:21:00,300
There's a county ordinance banning fires,
due to drought.

240
00:21:00,384 --> 00:21:02,010
You're a farmer. You know.

241
00:21:02,678 --> 00:21:03,929
Are you kidding me?

242
00:21:04,012 --> 00:21:05,806
[Petty] The good news is
I'm gonna get that all thrown out

243
00:21:05,889 --> 00:21:07,599
when I charge you for murder.

244
00:21:08,100 --> 00:21:09,059
Cuff him.

245
00:21:11,395 --> 00:21:12,771
Oh, I don't think that's necessary.

246
00:21:12,854 --> 00:21:13,814
I do.

247
00:21:14,523 --> 00:21:15,774
Cuff him.

248
00:21:37,212 --> 00:21:38,380
Let's go.

249
00:21:43,302 --> 00:21:45,679
Would someone please explain
to your business partner

250
00:21:45,762 --> 00:21:49,516
that we need to know exactly what it is
that the FBI is about to uncover.

251
00:21:49,599 --> 00:21:51,351
-Oh, do you now?
-Yes, we do.

252
00:21:51,435 --> 00:21:54,062
Darlene, is Del in that field?

253
00:21:54,146 --> 00:21:55,480
Del...

254
00:21:56,773 --> 00:21:58,483
Del is located elsewhere.

255
00:21:59,192 --> 00:22:00,569
Okay, good.

256
00:22:00,652 --> 00:22:05,365
Uh, and the other missing persons,
are they gonna cause us any problems?

257
00:22:05,449 --> 00:22:06,450
I can't rightly say.

258
00:22:06,533 --> 00:22:08,285
[Helen] In case this is somehow unclear,

259
00:22:08,368 --> 00:22:12,164
targets of murder investigations
are not granted casino licenses.

260
00:22:12,247 --> 00:22:15,917
I don't give a damn
about any casino license.

261
00:22:16,001 --> 00:22:17,169
[Helen] I'll rephrase that.

262
00:22:17,252 --> 00:22:19,504
Your husband might go away
for mass murder.

263
00:22:19,588 --> 00:22:21,089
What do you plan to do about it?

264
00:22:21,173 --> 00:22:24,676
Seems to me
that the people who burnt our field

265
00:22:24,760 --> 00:22:27,179
are the ones who have to come up
with some kind of solution.

266
00:22:27,262 --> 00:22:28,555
But we didn't burn your field.

267
00:22:28,638 --> 00:22:31,516
-[Darlene] You're a goddamn liar.
-I burned the field.

268
00:22:32,100 --> 00:22:33,226
And it's a good thing, too.

269
00:22:33,310 --> 00:22:36,104
Otherwise, both you and Jacob
would be in jail for drug trafficking.

270
00:22:43,570 --> 00:22:45,572
You stood in my home

271
00:22:46,615 --> 00:22:49,659
and talked about adoption agencies.

272
00:22:50,869 --> 00:22:52,537
You lied to me.

273
00:22:53,121 --> 00:22:55,791
I saved this entire enterprise
from going under.

274
00:22:57,000 --> 00:22:59,461
[Marty] Darlene, they found bones
on your property.

275
00:22:59,544 --> 00:23:01,046
We need to find out who they belong to,

276
00:23:01,129 --> 00:23:03,590
and we need to figure out
what to do about it.

277
00:23:06,593 --> 00:23:10,806
You need to get my husband out
of fucking jail.

278
00:23:25,904 --> 00:23:27,322
[machine whirring]

279
00:23:32,411 --> 00:23:33,703
[clears throat]

280
00:23:42,212 --> 00:23:45,048
Pastor, I thought that was you.
What brings you in here?

281
00:23:45,132 --> 00:23:48,593
Uh, on the TV, they said they found bones
on the Snells' property. Is that true?

282
00:23:48,677 --> 00:23:50,262
Yeah. There was a search warrant
executed yesterday.

283
00:23:50,345 --> 00:23:51,221
Is it Grace?

284
00:23:51,304 --> 00:23:52,931
We don't know anything yet.

285
00:23:53,515 --> 00:23:55,684
I told you that they're the ones
that killed her.

286
00:23:55,767 --> 00:23:58,895
Well, we don't want to jump
to any conclusions.

287
00:23:58,979 --> 00:24:01,982
They're in the initial stages
of identifying the remains,

288
00:24:02,065 --> 00:24:04,609
-checking the DNA against missing persons.
-Okay.

289
00:24:05,110 --> 00:24:08,530
But, you know,
I'm afraid Grace isn't in the database.

290
00:24:09,781 --> 00:24:12,367
Um, what if I bring my boy in?

291
00:24:12,451 --> 00:24:15,745
And you can sample his DNA for Grace.
You can do that, right?

292
00:24:16,663 --> 00:24:19,749
[stammers] Medical examiner's
not gonna be in the office

293
00:24:19,833 --> 00:24:23,003
till the day after tomorrow,
but, yeah, you could bring him back then.

294
00:24:23,086 --> 00:24:24,254
-Okay.
-All right.

295
00:24:24,754 --> 00:24:26,548
-Okay, thank you.
-Sure.

296
00:24:40,562 --> 00:24:42,439
Wendy, that was Darlene.

297
00:24:42,522 --> 00:24:46,776
Mason plans to bring his baby in
to get a sample of Grace's DNA.

298
00:24:48,945 --> 00:24:52,157
-Oh, Jesus. Is Grace in that grave?
-She wouldn't say.

299
00:24:53,325 --> 00:24:56,912
You don't really have a plan
for what to do about those bones, do you?

300
00:24:57,621 --> 00:24:58,663
Do you?

301
00:24:59,456 --> 00:25:00,457
Uh, not yet.

302
00:25:03,376 --> 00:25:06,421
-I have to talk to Jacob.
-What good will that do?

303
00:25:06,505 --> 00:25:11,092
-Um, honestly, I don't know, but--
-Yeah. No, we have to warn him.

304
00:25:13,053 --> 00:25:15,263
-Who?
-Mason.

305
00:25:15,972 --> 00:25:17,307
You know what Darlene is capable of.

306
00:25:17,390 --> 00:25:19,518
There's no way in hell
she's gonna let him take her down.

307
00:25:21,686 --> 00:25:23,230
I'm right. You know I'm right.

308
00:25:29,528 --> 00:25:32,447
[Jim] I want it on record
that my client is here voluntarily,

309
00:25:32,989 --> 00:25:34,199
as a courtesy.

310
00:25:34,908 --> 00:25:37,118
[Petty clears throat] It's noted.

311
00:25:38,745 --> 00:25:40,705
Okay, let's see.

312
00:25:44,292 --> 00:25:47,629
Fifth largest private business owner
in the state.

313
00:25:49,589 --> 00:25:53,009
And you serve on the boards
of museums, universities.

314
00:25:53,093 --> 00:25:56,596
In the last year,
you donated over $2.3 million

315
00:25:56,680 --> 00:26:00,684
to Republican candidates
in local and state elections.

316
00:26:05,814 --> 00:26:09,776
Guess I understand
what the Byrdes see in you,

317
00:26:09,859 --> 00:26:12,779
but I'm having a hard time understanding
what you see in them.

318
00:26:12,862 --> 00:26:15,991
My client and the Byrdes
have no official business ties.

319
00:26:17,409 --> 00:26:22,706
Does a $50,000 donation to your charity
really buy that much goodwill?

320
00:26:23,415 --> 00:26:25,792
I have nothing but goodwill in this state.

321
00:26:26,293 --> 00:26:30,088
The idea that $50,000 somehow
buys my loyalty is ridiculous.

322
00:26:30,547 --> 00:26:33,758
[Petty] Okay, fine.
Let's just stick to the facts.

323
00:26:33,842 --> 00:26:39,097
Like, you're 18 days late
on a $136 million bank payment.

324
00:26:39,431 --> 00:26:40,932
My guess,

325
00:26:41,558 --> 00:26:44,853
if we were to look into your charity,
we'd see that you're siphoning funds

326
00:26:44,936 --> 00:26:47,480
to help prop up
your agricultural business.

327
00:26:48,690 --> 00:26:53,445
That's the real reason
you need this casino so badly, isn't it?

328
00:26:54,529 --> 00:26:56,197
I'm not interested in your business.

329
00:26:57,157 --> 00:26:59,242
But I do know some people who would be.

330
00:26:59,951 --> 00:27:01,620
Unless I talk about Marty Byrde.

331
00:27:01,703 --> 00:27:02,829
Mm-hmm.

332
00:27:08,835 --> 00:27:11,171
Are you sure you want to be filming this?

333
00:27:13,673 --> 00:27:15,842
-I am.
-Fair enough.

334
00:27:16,426 --> 00:27:17,344
September.

335
00:27:17,844 --> 00:27:19,721
A man described
as looking very much like you

336
00:27:19,804 --> 00:27:23,642
fired a handgun inside a bar
called The Rusty Hull.

337
00:27:24,517 --> 00:27:29,522
Silly name if you ask me,
The Rusty Hull, but to each his own.

338
00:27:31,232 --> 00:27:34,944
That was, coincidentally,
the night before your motel room

339
00:27:35,028 --> 00:27:37,614
sustained over $10,000 worth of damage.

340
00:27:38,114 --> 00:27:39,449
Another funny thing,

341
00:27:39,532 --> 00:27:41,451
when I inquired about the shooting,

342
00:27:41,534 --> 00:27:45,330
a local drug dealer
became particularly interested.

343
00:27:46,289 --> 00:27:49,959
Turns out he was robbed and assaulted.

344
00:27:50,627 --> 00:27:54,089
Didn't report it. Drug dealer and all.

345
00:27:55,090 --> 00:27:58,635
It's amazing what you can find
if you look hard enough.

346
00:27:59,803 --> 00:28:02,639
I imagine at the moment
your bosses aren't particularly interested

347
00:28:02,722 --> 00:28:05,517
in looking hard at you at all.

348
00:28:06,976 --> 00:28:09,729
Though, I'm sure those things change.

349
00:28:21,991 --> 00:28:23,368
Quid pro quo.

350
00:28:24,244 --> 00:28:26,454
I tell you everything I know
about the Byrdes.

351
00:28:27,330 --> 00:28:28,832
[Petty] And what do you get?

352
00:28:29,332 --> 00:28:34,337
I'm free from investigation.
And Wendy Byrde gets protection.

353
00:28:45,807 --> 00:28:48,768
[Marty] Come on, God damn it.
Just tell me about the bods, okay?

354
00:28:49,352 --> 00:28:52,814
Who are they? Is one of the bodies Grace?

355
00:28:53,732 --> 00:28:55,984
Shouldn't ask questions you don't want
to know the answers to.

356
00:28:56,067 --> 00:28:57,777
You're old enough to know that.

357
00:28:58,278 --> 00:29:01,197
Are there other Masons out there
that are looking for answers?

358
00:29:01,281 --> 00:29:04,492
"Who knows what hath been buried,

359
00:29:05,493 --> 00:29:07,412
until the earth belches it up,

360
00:29:07,495 --> 00:29:12,333
and new eyes
are lain upon some old, dank deed."

361
00:29:13,460 --> 00:29:16,379
I hope you're enjoying yourself.
I'm just trying to get you out of here.

362
00:29:16,463 --> 00:29:18,131
Feds are just trying to screw me

363
00:29:18,214 --> 00:29:21,217
the same way they screwed my family
when they flooded us out.

364
00:29:23,595 --> 00:29:26,890
Five generations of Snells have lived
on that land.

365
00:29:27,891 --> 00:29:31,227
Their remains are scattered all over.

366
00:29:32,645 --> 00:29:36,232
You can't expect me to account
for every pile of bones that turns up.

367
00:29:40,904 --> 00:29:42,155
Say that again.

368
00:29:43,948 --> 00:29:44,908
No.

369
00:29:46,409 --> 00:29:50,288
It's a possible way out of here.
Tell me where your ancestors are buried.

370
00:29:50,789 --> 00:29:52,665
That is desecration.

371
00:29:53,249 --> 00:29:55,460
We do not disturb our dead.

372
00:29:57,754 --> 00:29:59,297
Then you're gonna rot in here.

373
00:30:13,520 --> 00:30:14,562
Mason.

374
00:30:15,855 --> 00:30:16,940
What are you doing here?

375
00:30:17,023 --> 00:30:20,693
[scoffs] He's beautiful. What's his name?

376
00:30:28,827 --> 00:30:30,745
I heard you came by to see Sheriff Nix.

377
00:30:30,829 --> 00:30:32,080
[Mason groans]

378
00:30:32,163 --> 00:30:34,749
-You people--
-I'm here because I'm worried about you,

379
00:30:34,833 --> 00:30:36,709
and I'm worried about your baby.

380
00:30:38,586 --> 00:30:41,047
You've never cared
about anyone but yourself ever.

381
00:30:42,799 --> 00:30:44,884
I am so sorry that Grace is gone.

382
00:30:46,302 --> 00:30:48,179
There is nothing we can do
to bring her back,

383
00:30:48,263 --> 00:30:50,014
but you can still help your son.

384
00:30:50,098 --> 00:30:51,724
Call the sheriff.

385
00:30:51,808 --> 00:30:54,936
Tell him you don't plan to bring
the baby in to test for Grace's DNA.

386
00:30:57,313 --> 00:31:00,275
-Why would I do that?
-Because you know the Snells.

387
00:31:01,401 --> 00:31:03,486
You know what they're capable of.

388
00:31:04,529 --> 00:31:06,656
They'll do anything they can
to stop that test.

389
00:31:09,784 --> 00:31:13,580
Grace would still be alive
if it wasn't for you and Marty.

390
00:31:15,206 --> 00:31:17,792
If I hadn't invited you into my home,

391
00:31:17,876 --> 00:31:21,504
if you hadn't fed me lies
about your father

392
00:31:21,588 --> 00:31:24,841
helping build a church
and the depth of your faith.

393
00:31:24,924 --> 00:31:26,259
That wasn't a lie.

394
00:31:26,342 --> 00:31:28,469
You think coming here
is gonna absolve you?

395
00:31:29,554 --> 00:31:33,558
That blood is never washing off.
I'm gonna see to that.

396
00:31:35,351 --> 00:31:36,936
I want you to remember
what happened to you

397
00:31:37,020 --> 00:31:39,063
the last time you didn't listen to reason.

398
00:31:40,023 --> 00:31:42,150
Please, I am begging you. Smarten up.

399
00:31:43,318 --> 00:31:46,863
Save yourself. Save your son.
Don't come back to the lake.

400
00:31:57,957 --> 00:31:59,792
[TV playing]

401
00:32:04,923 --> 00:32:06,090
[Ruth clears throat]

402
00:32:08,217 --> 00:32:09,510
You not working?

403
00:32:10,720 --> 00:32:12,221
I took the day off.

404
00:32:14,182 --> 00:32:17,894
-What's Marty gonna say about that?
-I don't know, and I don't care.

405
00:32:23,316 --> 00:32:25,360
Can I ask you for a favor?

406
00:32:26,611 --> 00:32:27,904
Yeah, of course.

407
00:32:29,447 --> 00:32:31,199
You know those pills you had?

408
00:32:32,408 --> 00:32:33,701
Can I have a couple?

409
00:32:35,203 --> 00:32:37,705
-You okay?
-I'm fine.

410
00:32:38,873 --> 00:32:40,208
I mean, it's just...

411
00:32:40,291 --> 00:32:43,544
You're coming in here, asking me for Oxy.
I'm just wondering if--

412
00:32:43,628 --> 00:32:47,757
You know, I can go to Jimmy in town.
I just figured if you had...

413
00:32:47,840 --> 00:32:49,425
It's all right. I got you.

414
00:32:57,976 --> 00:33:00,520
This have anything to do
with why you're not at work?

415
00:33:03,064 --> 00:33:04,273
[sighs]

416
00:33:04,816 --> 00:33:10,488
You know that FBI guy Petty,
the one that raided Marty?

417
00:33:11,531 --> 00:33:13,449
-Mm-hmm.
-He still comes in here?

418
00:33:15,034 --> 00:33:16,494
Sometimes.

419
00:33:17,453 --> 00:33:19,580
Well, stay the fuck away from him.

420
00:33:23,751 --> 00:33:25,044
Tell me what happened.

421
00:33:30,717 --> 00:33:33,469
He set me up to look like a rat.

422
00:33:34,804 --> 00:33:37,974
Did something fucking happen to you?
Is that what you're saying?

423
00:33:40,059 --> 00:33:42,186
Jesus, Ruth,
tell me what fucking happened.

424
00:33:58,995 --> 00:34:01,748
Who did that? Did he?

425
00:34:04,167 --> 00:34:06,085
All I'm just saying,

426
00:34:06,169 --> 00:34:09,630
if that fuckwad shows up here,
don't trust him.

427
00:34:10,131 --> 00:34:13,134
He'll use you up and spit you out.

428
00:34:33,446 --> 00:34:35,198
You fucking with me, nerdcore?

429
00:34:38,326 --> 00:34:42,789
-Um... no. I don't think so.
-Is this how you run a business?

430
00:34:42,872 --> 00:34:44,665
You take people's money and flake?

431
00:34:46,000 --> 00:34:47,126
Oh, crap.

432
00:34:49,587 --> 00:34:53,549
Look, I'm... so sorry.
We, uh, had a death in the family.

433
00:34:53,633 --> 00:34:55,009
What the fuck's that?

434
00:34:55,676 --> 00:34:57,303
It's your money back.

435
00:34:57,386 --> 00:34:59,347
I'm failing that class
because of you, dipshit.

436
00:34:59,430 --> 00:35:01,516
And I'll give you 50% discount
on the next one.

437
00:35:02,558 --> 00:35:03,476
That's fragile.

438
00:35:04,936 --> 00:35:06,020
[grunts]

439
00:35:06,896 --> 00:35:07,897
[Wyatt] Hey!

440
00:35:09,190 --> 00:35:11,567
-What the fuck, man?
-He's, like, half your size, bro.

441
00:35:11,651 --> 00:35:13,277
Just stay the fuck out of it, burnout.

442
00:35:14,529 --> 00:35:16,531
-[crowd gasping]
-[boy] Oh, yeah!

443
00:35:20,409 --> 00:35:21,577
[man] Hey, hey! Break it up.

444
00:35:49,021 --> 00:35:52,275
[cell phone beeps]

445
00:35:53,776 --> 00:35:55,027
This is Marty Byrde.

446
00:35:55,528 --> 00:35:57,280
[Charlotte] So, they really suspended you?

447
00:35:58,990 --> 00:35:59,991
For a week.

448
00:36:00,700 --> 00:36:02,994
They said it was a violation
of the honor code.

449
00:36:04,495 --> 00:36:05,663
What about Wyatt?

450
00:36:06,164 --> 00:36:07,498
He's still in there.

451
00:36:11,169 --> 00:36:13,462
You two, let's go.
We can talk about this at home.

452
00:36:13,546 --> 00:36:15,631
-Hi.
-I'm gonna stay and talk to Wyatt.

453
00:36:15,715 --> 00:36:18,217
Talk to him later. We got a lot of stuff
on our plate. Come on.

454
00:36:18,759 --> 00:36:22,013
He saved Jonah from getting beat up.
That kid was huge.

455
00:36:22,096 --> 00:36:23,139
[Marty] Yeah, that's another thing.

456
00:36:23,222 --> 00:36:25,016
You're doing homework
for tenth graders, huh?

457
00:36:25,099 --> 00:36:27,727
-What did they say?
-They expelled me.

458
00:36:27,810 --> 00:36:30,771
[Charlotte] What? They can't do that.

459
00:36:30,855 --> 00:36:33,566
It's 'cause of the zero-tolerance policy
against fighting.

460
00:36:33,649 --> 00:36:35,234
You were protecting Jonah.

461
00:36:35,318 --> 00:36:37,653
I'm gonna go the fuck in there
and talk to them.

462
00:36:37,737 --> 00:36:39,572
Please, Ruth, not now.

463
00:36:39,655 --> 00:36:43,159
If you get kicked out, that means
no Mizzou. You know that, right?

464
00:36:43,242 --> 00:36:46,704
-I know. Please, can you just let it be?
-Dad, you have to fix this.

465
00:36:46,787 --> 00:36:48,206
I don't make the rules. Come on.

466
00:36:48,289 --> 00:36:52,210
What? Oh, the rules about the one
suspending your kid for cheating,

467
00:36:52,293 --> 00:36:55,671
but kick out Wyatt for saving his ass
from being stomped on?

468
00:36:56,839 --> 00:36:58,174
What am I supposed to do?

469
00:36:58,758 --> 00:36:59,926
I don't know, Marty.

470
00:37:00,009 --> 00:37:03,346
I guess there's nothing
you ever can do, is there?

471
00:37:04,889 --> 00:37:05,806
Come on.

472
00:37:09,060 --> 00:37:11,604
-Stay the fuck away from Wyatt.
-[Wyatt] Ruth.

473
00:37:14,649 --> 00:37:18,319
-She's a bad goddamn influence, Marty.
-Ruth, stop!

474
00:37:23,282 --> 00:37:25,660
[Marty] I don't understand.
If you needed money, you could just ask.

475
00:37:27,870 --> 00:37:30,164
-I know.
-Then why did you do it?

476
00:37:36,003 --> 00:37:37,922
Uh-oh. You got something you wanna add?

477
00:37:41,884 --> 00:37:44,470
I didn't steal five thousand, I stole ten.

478
00:37:45,471 --> 00:37:46,847
And we split it.

479
00:37:47,348 --> 00:37:48,933
Before you yell at me about honesty,

480
00:37:49,016 --> 00:37:52,478
look me in the eye and tell me that
you've never lied to us about anything.

481
00:37:55,314 --> 00:37:56,816
You would have done the same thing.

482
00:37:59,277 --> 00:38:01,237
Hey, what'd you do with your money?

483
00:38:01,821 --> 00:38:02,655
Jonah?

484
00:38:04,991 --> 00:38:05,908
I cleaned it.

485
00:38:07,827 --> 00:38:08,869
[Wendy] You what?

486
00:38:09,704 --> 00:38:12,248
-You don't have a bank account.
-Yeah, well...

487
00:38:13,416 --> 00:38:14,625
I sort of do.

488
00:38:22,800 --> 00:38:24,969
This says Mike Fleming. Who's that?

489
00:38:25,052 --> 00:38:27,096
-[chuckling]
-Who's Mike Fleming?

490
00:38:27,888 --> 00:38:29,932
It's the name on the passport you got me.

491
00:38:31,100 --> 00:38:32,727
I used it to open a bank account,

492
00:38:33,436 --> 00:38:34,979
along with two offshore accounts...

493
00:38:35,563 --> 00:38:37,189
one in Panama, another in Cyprus.

494
00:38:38,691 --> 00:38:41,277
They're numbered, just like you taught me.

495
00:38:42,320 --> 00:38:43,821
Every time I got paid for doing homework,

496
00:38:43,904 --> 00:38:47,783
I'd generate an invoice and mix in some
of the dirty money with the clean.

497
00:38:47,867 --> 00:38:49,577
[Wendy]
Okay, go to your rooms, both of you, now.

498
00:38:54,332 --> 00:38:56,334
Uh, listen, before you get...

499
00:38:56,417 --> 00:38:57,918
-We don't need to make a big deal of this.
-Oh, yeah?

500
00:38:58,002 --> 00:38:58,878
-No.
-Yeah?

501
00:38:58,961 --> 00:39:01,464
Jonah is laundering money
under his second identity.

502
00:39:01,547 --> 00:39:05,634
Charlotte is stealing drug cartel cash
and telling secrets to Wyatt Langmore,

503
00:39:05,718 --> 00:39:07,511
who, incidentally,
thinks that you killed his dad.

504
00:39:07,595 --> 00:39:08,846
So, you know, I think, even for us,

505
00:39:08,929 --> 00:39:10,681
we need to make
a big fucking deal about this.

506
00:39:10,765 --> 00:39:12,183
I don't need a recap, either, okay?

507
00:39:12,266 --> 00:39:14,685
[stammering] This is just a moment,
and we're gonna get out of it.

508
00:39:14,769 --> 00:39:16,604
We need six months,
and then we're free, Wendy.

509
00:39:18,064 --> 00:39:20,983
-You're lying to yourself.
-How so?

510
00:39:21,484 --> 00:39:24,445
And every time you say it out loud,
I decide to believe you,

511
00:39:24,528 --> 00:39:27,198
because it sounds so much better
than what's actually going on here.

512
00:39:27,281 --> 00:39:28,574
It is what's really going on.

513
00:39:28,657 --> 00:39:30,326
Oh, stop. Just stop it.

514
00:39:30,409 --> 00:39:32,912
Well, what would you like to do, Wendy?
You want to send 'em out of here?

515
00:39:32,995 --> 00:39:35,873
No, we tried that already.
It didn't work.

516
00:39:35,956 --> 00:39:38,000
Yeah, because you let them
talk you into coming back.

517
00:39:39,085 --> 00:39:41,170
Is that what you wish?
That we didn't come back?

518
00:39:41,253 --> 00:39:44,757
-No, that's not what I said.
-Then we need to be here for them.

519
00:39:45,633 --> 00:39:48,219
What does that mean? Was that for me?

520
00:39:48,803 --> 00:39:51,222
Marty, you can't sit in this house
for more than 15 minutes

521
00:39:51,305 --> 00:39:52,431
without being distracted.

522
00:39:52,515 --> 00:39:55,726
-Okay, that's enough.
-No, what, the deposits, the meetings...

523
00:39:55,810 --> 00:39:58,354
-You're hiding from me and the kids...
-I'm busy.

524
00:39:58,854 --> 00:40:00,773
I'm not going back to that life.

525
00:40:00,856 --> 00:40:03,317
I mean, do you want to know why
Jonah is laundering money?

526
00:40:03,401 --> 00:40:05,403
Because he wants to prove to you
that he's useful,

527
00:40:05,486 --> 00:40:07,113
so that you have to
pay some attention to him.

528
00:40:07,196 --> 00:40:08,614
[scoffs] Jesus Christ.

529
00:40:09,198 --> 00:40:12,868
What? What? Where are you going?

530
00:40:14,245 --> 00:40:15,704
You want me to deal with things?
This is what it looks like.

531
00:40:15,788 --> 00:40:17,123
This is me dealing with things.
I gotta go.

532
00:40:17,206 --> 00:40:20,334
-Great. Of course you do. [scoffs]
-I don't know what you want from me.

533
00:40:20,418 --> 00:40:23,170
This is our life now. I can stay here.
I can talk about our feelings.

534
00:40:23,254 --> 00:40:27,049
Or I can go take care of shit
and make sure that we don't die, okay?

535
00:40:36,392 --> 00:40:37,685
[Marty grunting]

536
00:40:38,352 --> 00:40:41,439
[Darlene] I hope you understand
what you've asked of us.

537
00:40:42,898 --> 00:40:44,400
[Marty] I'm saving your husband.

538
00:40:45,734 --> 00:40:48,696
[Darlene] Because you think
what's dead is dead. Is that it?

539
00:40:49,447 --> 00:40:51,991
[Marty panting]

540
00:40:52,074 --> 00:40:54,410
This ground is fucking half-frozen.

541
00:41:00,207 --> 00:41:01,208
[thuds]

542
00:41:13,387 --> 00:41:14,805
[cell phone vibrating]

543
00:41:22,438 --> 00:41:23,397
Hey.

544
00:41:23,898 --> 00:41:25,149
[Wilkes] You lied to me.

545
00:41:25,733 --> 00:41:27,693
Look, it's not a good time, Charles.

546
00:41:28,611 --> 00:41:30,404
I need to talk to you.

547
00:41:30,488 --> 00:41:32,823
Marty's not home. 
I can't leave the kids alone.

548
00:41:32,907 --> 00:41:34,200
I'm on your dock.

549
00:41:57,973 --> 00:42:00,309
Don't act like you're some kind of hero.

550
00:42:00,392 --> 00:42:04,730
We both know I could've taken care
of our preacher problem.

551
00:42:09,902 --> 00:42:11,946
[Wilkes] You told me the relationship
with your investors

552
00:42:12,029 --> 00:42:14,073
started a year ago in Chicago...

553
00:42:14,907 --> 00:42:16,325
that you got involved with them

554
00:42:16,408 --> 00:42:19,787
when you were soliciting money
for a business venture.

555
00:42:21,580 --> 00:42:24,375
Marty's been working for them
for over ten years.

556
00:42:25,125 --> 00:42:28,003
You're not just involved with the cartel.
You are the cartel.

557
00:42:28,087 --> 00:42:31,507
-What did you tell the FBI?
-What does it matter? It was all lies.

558
00:42:31,590 --> 00:42:33,217
I needed to know what you'd feed them.

559
00:42:33,300 --> 00:42:36,595
-You think this is some kind of game?
-Trust me. I know it's not.

560
00:42:36,679 --> 00:42:37,680
Ah...

561
00:42:38,556 --> 00:42:41,517
-I was trying to protect you.
-I don't need your protection.

562
00:42:42,309 --> 00:42:46,188
Wendy, for a smart woman,
you are so, so wrong.

563
00:42:46,855 --> 00:42:49,900
I have seen people shift money
from account to account,

564
00:42:49,984 --> 00:42:53,195
trying to keep hustling fast enough that
the whole thing somehow stays together.

565
00:42:53,279 --> 00:42:55,489
It's not sustainable.

566
00:42:56,699 --> 00:42:59,952
If what you say is true, there's nothing
you can do for me anyway.

567
00:43:01,954 --> 00:43:03,330
What if there was?

568
00:43:06,709 --> 00:43:07,751
Leave Marty.

569
00:43:09,878 --> 00:43:13,340
-So you can be my knight in shining armor?
-No, this isn't about me.

570
00:43:13,424 --> 00:43:14,508
You need to get out.

571
00:43:15,968 --> 00:43:19,013
You do that, I'll push the casino through.

572
00:43:19,096 --> 00:43:23,267
And then Marty will be able to try to keep
this insanity alive for as long as he can.

573
00:43:29,106 --> 00:43:30,357
You should go.

574
00:43:38,449 --> 00:43:39,867
[Wilkes sighs]

575
00:43:45,289 --> 00:43:46,415
[knocking on door]

576
00:43:49,501 --> 00:43:51,253
What happened to Ruth Langmore?

577
00:43:54,340 --> 00:43:56,383
You don't just show up here
without any warning.

578
00:43:56,467 --> 00:43:59,053
This isn't a partnership.
I don't talk about my work with you.

579
00:43:59,136 --> 00:44:02,765
She has bruises up and down her arms.
Did you do that to her?

580
00:44:02,848 --> 00:44:04,975
Ruth Langmore is a petty thief helping

581
00:44:05,059 --> 00:44:07,519
to launder money
for a Mexican drug cartel.

582
00:44:07,603 --> 00:44:10,356
So it's a miracle she's not gutted
in a ditch somewhere.

583
00:44:15,027 --> 00:44:16,570
I want to talk to your boss.

584
00:44:17,071 --> 00:44:20,074
I want it in writing that I get
a plea deal when this is over.

585
00:44:20,157 --> 00:44:21,867
There is no written agreement.

586
00:44:21,950 --> 00:44:25,829
Besides, no one knows who you are,
and that's for your own safety.

587
00:44:25,913 --> 00:44:28,499
You only get a plea deal
when you deliver something useful.

588
00:44:28,582 --> 00:44:32,211
-I got you a search warrant.
-Yeah, which so far is doing nothing.

589
00:44:32,294 --> 00:44:34,171
Well, that's not my fucking problem.

590
00:44:34,254 --> 00:44:36,757
Maybe if you hadn't outed me
to Marty Byrde...

591
00:44:36,840 --> 00:44:38,676
Maybe if you hadn't forced my hand...

592
00:44:38,759 --> 00:44:40,260
Maybe if you could hold
a fucking conversation with him

593
00:44:40,344 --> 00:44:41,178
without being loaded...

594
00:44:41,261 --> 00:44:44,223
I did everything I was supposed to do.

595
00:44:44,723 --> 00:44:47,434
-You can't keep doing this to me.
-"To you"?

596
00:44:47,851 --> 00:44:49,687
Doing this to you?

597
00:44:51,313 --> 00:44:56,193
Christ, why is it that criminals
are always so indignant?

598
00:44:56,276 --> 00:44:58,779
-I'm not a criminal.
-Yeah?

599
00:44:59,279 --> 00:45:01,907
Then why are you in this mess, huh?

600
00:45:02,491 --> 00:45:07,162
Why are you standing here,
in some strange gay guy's $40 motel room,

601
00:45:07,246 --> 00:45:11,417
whining like a grade school brat
who just flunked her test

602
00:45:11,500 --> 00:45:14,169
and swears it's everyone else's fault
but her own?

603
00:45:15,629 --> 00:45:17,381
[sighs]

604
00:45:19,383 --> 00:45:22,136
-I don't want any more drugs.
-Well, they're not for you.

605
00:45:22,511 --> 00:45:25,514
The next time Ruth comes
looking for drugs, give her these.

606
00:45:39,027 --> 00:45:41,029
[TV playing]

607
00:45:48,495 --> 00:45:50,956
Still chopping boats out
at Taylor's place?

608
00:45:52,332 --> 00:45:55,127
I thought you didn't wanna hear nothing
about that shit.

609
00:45:56,295 --> 00:45:58,714
You keep Wyatt and Three out of it.

610
00:45:58,797 --> 00:46:01,300
You do that,
and I'm in for whatever you need.

611
00:46:29,620 --> 00:46:31,622
That's the FBI, isn't it?

612
00:46:32,664 --> 00:46:33,749
Ignore them.

613
00:47:19,962 --> 00:47:22,381
What's Wilkes doing here?
He never met Buddy.

614
00:47:22,881 --> 00:47:25,300
I don't know.
Paying his respects, I guess.

615
00:47:26,301 --> 00:47:27,886
-Hey, Harry.
-Mr. Byrde.

616
00:47:30,097 --> 00:47:31,223
Mrs. Byrde.

617
00:47:31,890 --> 00:47:33,517
-Should we get started?
-Yeah, I think so.

618
00:47:59,626 --> 00:48:00,794
Who are they?

619
00:48:02,337 --> 00:48:03,755
Kansas City mob.

620
00:48:05,132 --> 00:48:06,300
[chuckles]

621
00:48:06,383 --> 00:48:07,926
Of course they are.

622
00:48:10,095 --> 00:48:12,014
Any news
from the medical examiner?

623
00:48:13,181 --> 00:48:14,516
[Marty] Not yet.

624
00:48:20,647 --> 00:48:22,566
We have a positive DNA match.

625
00:48:33,118 --> 00:48:37,205
Hi, I'm Jonah Byrde.
Did we speak over the phone?

626
00:48:37,289 --> 00:48:38,290
[Frank sighs]

627
00:48:39,166 --> 00:48:41,543
-You're Marty's boy?
-Yes, sir.

628
00:48:41,627 --> 00:48:42,586
[sighs]

629
00:48:43,337 --> 00:48:44,421
Frank Cosgrove.

630
00:48:45,130 --> 00:48:47,424
-I'm really glad you could make it.
-Me, too.

631
00:48:47,925 --> 00:48:48,842
Frank.

632
00:48:50,552 --> 00:48:53,513
Me and the boys wanted to come by
and pay our respects.

633
00:48:53,597 --> 00:48:54,431
Sure.

634
00:48:55,682 --> 00:48:57,935
And by the way,
hell of a kid you got here.

635
00:49:01,438 --> 00:49:02,898
I'm not sure I follow.

636
00:49:03,482 --> 00:49:08,946
I found a paper wheel in Buddy's room.
You know, with all his contacts on it.

637
00:49:09,029 --> 00:49:10,948
-You mean Jimmy.
-You mean a Rolodex.

638
00:49:11,031 --> 00:49:15,160
Yeah, so I contacted some of his friends
to tell them about the funeral.

639
00:49:15,661 --> 00:49:17,412
I hope that was okay.

640
00:49:17,496 --> 00:49:19,456
Yeah, no, good idea. Thank you.

641
00:49:21,041 --> 00:49:23,001
-A word?
-Yeah.

642
00:49:23,085 --> 00:49:24,920
Give us one second, Jonah, please?

643
00:49:25,671 --> 00:49:26,838
Thank you, pal.

644
00:49:28,674 --> 00:49:31,551
Our people,
they're just standing around, Marty.

645
00:49:31,635 --> 00:49:33,762
We're gonna break ground
at the casino any day now.

646
00:49:33,845 --> 00:49:35,555
We got a couple of, uh...

647
00:49:35,639 --> 00:49:37,265
-Hitches.
-Yeah. Uh...

648
00:49:37,766 --> 00:49:41,770
No disrespect, but if there's any way
that we can delay paying them

649
00:49:41,853 --> 00:49:45,482
until after the work
actually gets done or started?

650
00:49:45,565 --> 00:49:46,483
Ah.

651
00:49:47,401 --> 00:49:48,568
[chuckles]

652
00:49:50,445 --> 00:49:51,863
In Jimmy's memory.

653
00:49:52,948 --> 00:49:54,324
I'll see what I can do.

654
00:49:54,908 --> 00:49:56,284
I appreciate it. Thank you.

655
00:49:57,703 --> 00:50:02,249
All five skeletons have about
a 1 to 12.5% match to Jacob Snell.

656
00:50:02,332 --> 00:50:04,918
Hmm? I don't understand.

657
00:50:06,461 --> 00:50:09,297
Isotope analysis showed
that the remains ranged

658
00:50:09,381 --> 00:50:11,800
from 90 to 150 years old.

659
00:50:12,884 --> 00:50:14,261
They're all related.

660
00:50:14,803 --> 00:50:17,639
Must have been
just an old family burial plot.

661
00:50:22,477 --> 00:50:25,147
Jesus wanted me to tell you
that just because you go to church,

662
00:50:25,230 --> 00:50:27,524
just because you dress
in your Sunday best,

663
00:50:27,607 --> 00:50:29,735
does not mean that he smiles down on you.

664
00:50:30,610 --> 00:50:33,905
Christ wants you to know also that
false piety is the greatest of all sins,

665
00:50:33,989 --> 00:50:36,408
because false piety is fakery.

666
00:50:37,409 --> 00:50:40,412
-In James 1:26--
-Excuse me.

667
00:50:40,871 --> 00:50:42,164
Do you have a permit to be out here?

668
00:50:44,958 --> 00:50:46,877
[stammers] A permit?

669
00:50:46,960 --> 00:50:50,547
Why would I need a permit
to exercise my freedom of speech

670
00:50:50,630 --> 00:50:53,133
on behalf of my Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ?

671
00:50:53,216 --> 00:50:54,426
-That what it is?
-Yes.

672
00:50:54,509 --> 00:50:56,178
Calling all these Christians fakers?

673
00:50:58,722 --> 00:51:00,348
[stutters]

674
00:51:00,432 --> 00:51:01,892
I'm not calling them all fakers.

675
00:51:02,476 --> 00:51:03,977
We received a child endangerment report

676
00:51:04,061 --> 00:51:07,355
about a preacher out here, with a baby,
in the cold,

677
00:51:07,439 --> 00:51:08,732
-seven, eight hours a day.
-[sighs]

678
00:51:08,815 --> 00:51:10,108
Now, I think that report's true.

679
00:51:11,568 --> 00:51:12,652
[Mason] No, don't touch him!

680
00:51:12,736 --> 00:51:14,071
Don't touch him!

681
00:51:14,946 --> 00:51:17,240
Oh, God. [panting]

682
00:51:17,324 --> 00:51:19,076
-No, no, no.
-Do not resist.

683
00:51:19,159 --> 00:51:20,035
No.

684
00:51:21,661 --> 00:51:23,914
Leave my son alone! [grunts]

685
00:51:25,165 --> 00:51:28,502
[Wendy] When we first met, I actually
didn't know what to make of Jimmy Small,

686
00:51:29,503 --> 00:51:30,712
whom we called Buddy.

687
00:51:31,797 --> 00:51:35,133
We were roommates, but we didn't get off
to a particularly smooth start.

688
00:51:35,217 --> 00:51:38,053
See, Buddy liked to skinny-dip.

689
00:51:38,136 --> 00:51:39,054
[crowd laughs]

690
00:51:41,223 --> 00:51:45,060
In fact, the first morning that my husband
and I woke up in the Ozarks, we...

691
00:51:45,977 --> 00:51:49,397
we looked out over the vastness
of the lake, and there was Buddy,

692
00:51:49,481 --> 00:51:52,359
buck naked, staring back at us.

693
00:51:54,194 --> 00:51:56,822
But we... we got to know him.

694
00:51:57,948 --> 00:51:59,074
And love him.

695
00:52:01,451 --> 00:52:02,828
[chuckles]

696
00:52:02,911 --> 00:52:04,412
He saved our family.

697
00:52:05,497 --> 00:52:08,667
In ways I can't explain,
he literally saved us.

698
00:52:10,418 --> 00:52:14,256
And he was the man who I wanted to
have a drink with at the end of a bad day.

699
00:52:15,799 --> 00:52:18,135
We weren't related, but he was family.

700
00:52:21,763 --> 00:52:24,349
We loved him, and we will miss him.

701
00:52:41,366 --> 00:52:43,451
Would anyone else like to speak?

702
00:52:48,290 --> 00:52:50,125
-[Jonah] I'd like to say a few things.
-Right.

703
00:53:02,470 --> 00:53:07,767
Hi, I'm Jonah Byrde,
and I lived with Jimmy.

704
00:53:10,312 --> 00:53:12,564
I reached out
to some of his friends this week.

705
00:53:12,647 --> 00:53:14,232
But, unfortunately,
a lot of them were dead.

706
00:53:14,316 --> 00:53:16,193
[crowd laughs]

707
00:53:17,569 --> 00:53:19,487
He didn't talk much about his past.

708
00:53:20,697 --> 00:53:25,327
But I found out that Jimmy was a war hero
and that he'd won a Purple Heart.

709
00:53:25,702 --> 00:53:27,704
Also, he was one of the best negotiators

710
00:53:27,787 --> 00:53:30,498
that the United Auto Workers,
up in Detroit, ever had.

711
00:53:30,582 --> 00:53:31,416
[whispering] I didn't know that.

712
00:53:31,499 --> 00:53:35,795
Anyway, a lot of people wanted me
to pass along messages to you.

713
00:53:36,755 --> 00:53:37,881
So, um...

714
00:53:39,049 --> 00:53:43,386
Gretchen from Pontiac said,
"Jimmy was the handsomest man I ever knew.

715
00:53:44,638 --> 00:53:47,599
I'm no home-wrecker, but I was a sucker
for those bright green eyes."

716
00:53:47,682 --> 00:53:50,310
[crowd chuckling]

717
00:53:50,393 --> 00:53:54,648
[Jonah] Pete from Flint told me,
"He was a real son of a bitch.

718
00:53:55,607 --> 00:53:58,652
And I mean that in the best way, kind of."

719
00:53:58,735 --> 00:53:59,903
Thanks, Pete.

720
00:54:00,946 --> 00:54:03,990
His friend Mike
from Tallahassee, Florida, said,

721
00:54:04,074 --> 00:54:07,035
"Jimmy was the best damn chopper pilot
in Vietnam."

722
00:54:08,662 --> 00:54:11,748
He also told me that Gretchen
was the love of Jimmy's life.

723
00:54:13,833 --> 00:54:15,627
So, I guess what I wanna say is...

724
00:54:17,671 --> 00:54:19,798
to me, Buddy was just Buddy.

725
00:54:23,134 --> 00:54:25,929
He was an old man,
but he knew how to talk to a kid.

726
00:54:29,641 --> 00:54:31,601
He knew how to tell you
what you need to know.

727
00:54:34,104 --> 00:54:36,481
He knew how to ask you things,
and he knew how to listen.

728
00:54:40,235 --> 00:54:41,987
Buddy was my best friend.

729
00:54:45,865 --> 00:54:49,911
In a way,
he's the only real friend I ever had.

730
00:54:54,749 --> 00:54:56,960
And I'll carry our secrets to my grave.

731
00:55:20,275 --> 00:55:23,820
We're dropping the charges,
calling it a misunderstanding.

732
00:55:23,903 --> 00:55:27,198
They can call it whatever they like.
I ain't gonna forget it.

733
00:55:28,450 --> 00:55:31,578
I missed you so, baby.

734
00:55:32,996 --> 00:55:37,542
-Half what I missed you, honey.
-[sighs] Oh! Let's go.

735
00:55:41,338 --> 00:55:42,380
Thank you.

736
00:55:43,340 --> 00:55:44,966
So, how'd you do it?

737
00:55:46,134 --> 00:55:48,178
Pardon me. Do what?

738
00:55:49,804 --> 00:55:51,348
Oh, come on.

739
00:55:52,557 --> 00:55:56,102
You know, when the power company
dammed up our land,

740
00:55:56,186 --> 00:55:59,856
our family's remains had to be moved out
of harm's way.

741
00:55:59,939 --> 00:56:04,194
So, I guess I should thank you
for helping us find them.

742
00:56:05,737 --> 00:56:08,448
[Darlene] That said,
you'll be hearing from our lawyer

743
00:56:08,531 --> 00:56:12,410
about the civil suit
we're bringing against the FBI

744
00:56:12,494 --> 00:56:14,162
for desecrating our graves.

745
00:56:24,464 --> 00:56:26,966
[chattering]

746
00:56:29,344 --> 00:56:32,972
Honestly, when I showed you Buddy's house,
I thought you'd never take it.

747
00:56:33,473 --> 00:56:37,477
And then you did, and I thought,
"Uh-oh! This isn't gonna work."

748
00:56:38,478 --> 00:56:41,356
-And then you became so close.
-[Wendy] Life's funny like that.

749
00:56:41,940 --> 00:56:45,110
Yeah, like me taking the job
at Lickety Splitz.

750
00:56:45,610 --> 00:56:48,863
If I hadn't done that,
I never would have met Jade.

751
00:56:48,947 --> 00:56:51,658
I mean, Melissa. [chuckles]

752
00:56:53,451 --> 00:56:55,620
No, you certainly wouldn't have.
[chuckles]

753
00:56:57,747 --> 00:56:59,874
-If you'll excuse me one minute.
-Yeah, sure.

754
00:57:04,045 --> 00:57:06,131
It's getting late.
We should get the kids home.

755
00:57:06,214 --> 00:57:07,090
[Marty] Yeah.

756
00:57:07,799 --> 00:57:10,260
I agree. Okay, um, I will...

757
00:57:10,343 --> 00:57:12,387
I'll finish up here, okay?

758
00:57:14,431 --> 00:57:15,432
See you at home.

759
00:57:21,229 --> 00:57:22,564
[door opens]

760
00:57:23,481 --> 00:57:24,524
[door closes]

761
00:58:42,227 --> 00:58:45,730
Don't worry about cleaning up anymore.
I'll finish it before I go.

762
00:58:47,106 --> 00:58:48,399
[Rachel] Well...

763
00:58:49,651 --> 00:58:53,613
I may not like you, but I'm not gonna
let you drink by yourself.

764
00:58:59,536 --> 00:59:01,204
[R&B music playing on jukebox]

765
00:59:02,580 --> 00:59:03,998
Buddy would approve.

766
00:59:04,082 --> 00:59:05,291
[Rachel chuckles]

767
00:59:15,802 --> 00:59:17,595
Do you think I hide my emotions?

768
00:59:24,352 --> 00:59:28,064
I think you bury 'em in just about
the deepest grave I've ever seen.

769
00:59:33,820 --> 00:59:38,032
Oh, I know that it pisses off Wendy,
but I don't know what I'm supposed to do.

770
00:59:38,116 --> 00:59:41,703
You know, I'm trying to keep everything
from unraveling.

771
00:59:42,161 --> 00:59:45,665
And if I let myself get emotional...

772
00:59:49,377 --> 00:59:51,421
Maybe you could say exactly that.

773
00:59:52,213 --> 00:59:53,548
It's not that easy.

774
00:59:56,467 --> 00:59:57,719
Yeah, it is.

775
01:00:00,763 --> 01:00:02,599
You know, when Charlotte was born...

776
01:00:04,100 --> 01:00:06,102
do you know what my first thought was?

777
01:00:06,185 --> 01:00:07,312
[Rachel] Hmm?

778
01:00:09,522 --> 01:00:11,399
It's not okay to die.

779
01:00:14,736 --> 01:00:17,405
The most joyful day of my life,

780
01:00:17,488 --> 01:00:22,410
and I'm hit with that crushing realization

781
01:00:22,493 --> 01:00:25,913
that I'm the last line of defense,
you know, against anything.

782
01:00:28,666 --> 01:00:33,880
I mean, no one can live up
to that standard... not even Marty Byrde.

783
01:00:41,471 --> 01:00:42,388
To Buddy.

784
01:00:43,473 --> 01:00:44,515
To Buddy.

785
01:00:50,688 --> 01:00:52,982
You know, the last time I saw him,
I cut him.

786
01:00:55,276 --> 01:00:56,444
-What?
-Yeah.

787
01:00:56,527 --> 01:00:58,529
The last few days there, he was...

788
01:01:02,617 --> 01:01:05,161
He was worse than ever, you know?
Obviously.

789
01:01:06,829 --> 01:01:08,873
And he couldn't get out of bed and...

790
01:01:10,208 --> 01:01:12,877
And so, I helped him shave.

791
01:01:15,963 --> 01:01:17,757
Cut him. [chuckles]

792
01:01:22,136 --> 01:01:24,013
Last thing I did was hurt the guy.

793
01:01:24,097 --> 01:01:28,476
-Aw, you didn't mean to.
-Yeah, I know. Doesn't matter. I hurt him.

794
01:01:33,981 --> 01:01:35,942
All right, I'm gonna clean up.

795
01:01:39,612 --> 01:01:40,613
Listen...

796
01:01:43,574 --> 01:01:45,034
if this goes wrong,

797
01:01:45,118 --> 01:01:47,870
if I don't pull off
opening up this casino,

798
01:01:48,621 --> 01:01:50,957
I want you to know that
I'm not gonna leave you hanging, okay?

799
01:01:56,129 --> 01:01:58,047
Um, what do you mean?

800
01:01:59,132 --> 01:02:02,427
I mean, there's a guy in Chicago,
a private investigator.

801
01:02:03,261 --> 01:02:07,557
And if this fails, you're gonna go to him.

802
01:02:08,141 --> 01:02:10,643
And he's gonna make sure
that the feds can't touch the Blue Cat.

803
01:02:10,727 --> 01:02:12,311
You're gonna get it back, okay?

804
01:02:12,854 --> 01:02:15,356
You can do whatever you want with it.
Sell it. Keep it.

805
01:02:16,399 --> 01:02:17,650
But it'll be up to you.

806
01:02:19,902 --> 01:02:21,154
You understand?

807
01:02:22,113 --> 01:02:23,114
Okay.

808
01:02:24,407 --> 01:02:28,286
No one's ever gonna know
what you did to help me.

809
01:02:29,245 --> 01:02:32,999
Not the feds, not the cartel.

810
01:03:10,703 --> 01:03:11,579
[Rachel] Yeah.

811
01:03:12,079 --> 01:03:13,039
Wait.

812
01:03:13,664 --> 01:03:15,374
-I'm sorry.
-I'm sorry.

813
01:03:16,000 --> 01:03:17,919
-I-- I can't.
-Sorry. I know.

814
01:03:18,503 --> 01:03:20,129
-I'm sorry. It's my fault.
-Marty.

815
01:03:23,508 --> 01:03:24,842
I'm sorry.

816
01:03:24,926 --> 01:03:27,011
-Marty...
-I know. I'm...

817
01:03:27,887 --> 01:03:29,764
I'm sorry. Okay?

818
01:03:29,847 --> 01:03:30,890
I know. Hey...

819
01:03:31,724 --> 01:03:32,850
Rachel.

820
01:03:48,825 --> 01:03:50,743
[soul music playing]

821
01:04:11,389 --> 01:04:15,017
♪ Hang ups, let downs ♪

822
01:04:16,185 --> 01:04:20,231
♪ Bad breaks, setbacks ♪

823
01:04:21,315 --> 01:04:25,444
♪ Natural fact is ♪

824
01:04:25,528 --> 01:04:29,907
♪ Oh, honey, that I can't pay my taxes ♪

825
01:04:30,783 --> 01:04:35,121
♪ Oh, make me wanna holler
And throw up both my hands ♪

826
01:04:35,955 --> 01:04:40,334
♪ Yeah, it makes me wanna holler
And throw up both my hands ♪

827
01:04:40,418 --> 01:04:41,669
♪ Oh, oh! ♪

828
01:04:41,752 --> 01:04:45,464
♪ Crime is increasing ♪

829
01:04:46,883 --> 01:04:50,553
♪ Trigger happy policing ♪

830
01:04:52,179 --> 01:04:55,349
♪ Panic is spreading ♪

831
01:04:57,101 --> 01:05:00,396
♪ God knows where we're heading ♪

832
01:05:00,479 --> 01:05:02,899
[vocalizing]
 
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