Ozark Season 1 Script Episode 1

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 1
"Sugarwood"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
Martin Zimmerman
Paul Kolsby

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S01-Ep.01: "Sugarwood"

After his business partner cheats a dangerous client, financial advisor Marty must devise a radical plan to save the lives of himself and his family.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[insects chirping]

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[Marty] Scratch. Wampum.

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Dough. Sugar. Clams.

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Loot. Bills. Bones. Bread. Bucks.

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Money.

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That which separates the haves
from the have-nots.

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But what is money?

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It's everything
if you don't have it, right?

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Half of all American adults
have more credit card debt than savings.

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25% have no savings at all.

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And only 15% of the population is on track
to fund even one year of retirement.

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Suggesting what?

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The middle class is evaporating?

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Or the American Dream is dead?

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You wouldn't be sitting there
listening to me if the latter were true.

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You see, I think most people just have
a fundamentally flawed view of money.

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Is it simply an agreed-upon unit
of exchange for goods and services?

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$3.70 for a gallon of milk?

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Thirty bucks to cut your grass?

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Or is it an intangible?

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Security or happiness. Peace of mind.

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Let me propose a third option.

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Money as a measuring device.

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You see, the hard reality is
how much money we accumulate in life

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is not a function of who's president

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or the economy or bubbles bursting
or bad breaks or bosses.

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It's about the American work ethic.

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The one that made us
the greatest country on Earth.

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It's about bucking the media's opinion
as to what constitutes a good parent.

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Deciding to miss the ball game,
the play, the concert,

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because you've resolved to work
and invest in your family's future.

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And taking responsibility
for the consequences of those actions.

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Patience. Frugality. Sacrifice.

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When you boil it down, what do
those three things have in common?

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-[grunts and pants]
-Those are choices.

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Money is not peace of mind.

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Money's not happiness.

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Money is, at its essence...

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that measure of a man's

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choices.

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Okay.

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Well, we're really just getting
started looking at, uh, interviewing,

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I guess you'd say, financial advisors.

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Mmm-hmm. Sure.
You're doing your due diligence.

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-[Mrs. Hunkins] Mr. Byrde, we don't know--
-Call me Marty.

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Marty, we don't know that much
about stocks and investing.

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Well, I kinda do.

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I do. I just don't have time
to do the research.

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-[computer chimes]
-[Mrs. Hunkins] We wanna be comfortable

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with who we trust our money to.

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Um-hum.

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Um, well, tell me, um... what are your...
What are your financial plans?

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Do you have a... a five-year goal?

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[Mrs. Hunkins] Yeah, we would like
to build out our basement, ideally.

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And we would like a pool.

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-[Mr. Hunkins] We're not getting a pool.
-We're getting a pool.

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-He does this all the time.
-[Marty] Pools are tricky.

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Very difficult to, uh, recoup your money
when it comes time to sell.

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As an investment... uh, they're poor.

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[Bruce knocks]
Marty, gotta be in the city at 4:00.

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-Yep.
-Leave in ten?

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[Marty] Yeah.
Hey, come on in, meet the Hunkins.

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-Oh. Hi!
-This is Liddell of Liddell & Byrde.

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This is Bruce Liddell.

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The Hunkins are just interviewing
financial advisors, so...

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-Oh, so you didn't tell them?
-What about?

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Okay. So, we handle 73%
of Northwestern's entire surgical staff.

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-[Mr. Hunkins] Wow.
-[Bruce] Yeah, that's our appointment.

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So, due to that level of business,
we're about to stop taking on new clients.

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There is an Edward Jones office on Wacker
I hear does a halfway decent job.

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Or...

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Marty, you tell me if it's not too late...

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then $5,000 would still 
open an account here today.

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And we'd be happy to take
check or credit card.

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-[whispering]
-Okay.

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Um... check?

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Great. Great.

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Nice to meet you two.
Marty, I'll see you in the car.

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Yep.

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[Liz] Central location,
magnificent architecture.

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I know for a fact
I'm the first person showing this.

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-So you guys are in for a treat.
-[chuckles]

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Views of the Chicago River.
Room for expansion.

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-Oh, my goodness, this is perfect, baby.
-The lease options are--

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-Babe, not while I'm working.
-I love when you give me boundaries.

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[chuckles] Oh, thank God.
Marty, what do you think?

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Don't you love it?

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It's nice. Very nice.

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-It's nice?
-Yeah.

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Fucking nice?
I'm in that corner, you're in that corner.

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Twenty people working for us.
Boom, boom, boom.

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Two receptionists.

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What kind of windows are these?

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-[Bruce] The kind you see through.
-I don't know.

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I mean, this is southern facing, right?

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I mean,
depending on their performance rating,

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the cooling bill will be 15,
20% higher in the summer.

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Something to consider.

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[softly] You wanna go call
some clients or something?

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I think Marty and I need to huddle up.

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-He's being a little bitch. Yeah? Okay.
-Yeah.

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-[Liz] Sure.
-[Bruce] All right.

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-[door closes]
-Saw your computer screen.

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Wendy catches you rubbing one out
to that amateur backdoor action,

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she's gonna fucking crap a toaster, dude.

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What are you thinking? [chuckles]

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You and Wendy been together how long?
Twenty years?

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-Twenty-two.
-Twenty-two years.

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Holy Christ, those threads are stripped.

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-It's a long time.
-It's a long time. Liz... Liz...

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Nothing's off-menu.

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This girl's got a wink like a fox trap.

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This is your future wife
you're talking about.

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Easy.
-That is enough.

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Easy, settle.

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Marty Byrde, you're my best friend.
I love you, I do.

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But you're living
a tragically subdued life.

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Mmm-hmm.

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And how is it...
How is it we make the same bank,

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and yet I can see my place
in Trump Tower from here

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and you're driving a ten-year-old Camry
with cloth fucking seats?

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Nothing wrong with that Camry.

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[stammering] And I do just fine, sex-wise.

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-Oh, oh, oh, really? Really?
-Yeah.

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Says the man watching DIY porn
in his office, with clients present.

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Wow.

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Now, be honest. When was the last time
you were really truly happy?

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Oh, come on.

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-Come on. I'm planning up.
-Okay, okay.

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You got me. You got me.

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Financial advisor's not my dream job,

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but I am taking a fucking bite
out of the apple.

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-Are you?
-Yeah.

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Hey, check this out. Check this out.

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Liz and I went here... [clears throat]

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...last weekend. Amazing.

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Amazing. Look at this.

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-Lake of the Ozarks?
-Yeah. Lake of the Ozarks.

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Southern Missouri.
The Redneck Riviera, baby. [chuckles]

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I thought I was gonna hate the place.
Got there...

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[exhales heavily]

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...almost pissed myself.

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-Yeah?
-Seriously. This bad boy...

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This bad boy has more shoreline,
literally,

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than the entire coast of California.

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-Look at that. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-Come on.

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Every summer, five million cash-rich
tourists show up, descend on the place.

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And it's got everything.
Rich, poor, bass boats, yachts, condos.

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-You keep this. You hold on to this.
-This is mine?

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Yeah, you put that
on your vision board. Okay?

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This place, I'm telling you,
it's got everything.

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My point is, you can buy land
right down to the waterline.

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We invest, okay?

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Use it as an excuse
to get out of the city.

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Your mood improves,
probably your marriage.

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[Liz] Decision, boys?

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-I think we'll take it.
-[Liz] Nice.

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-No. What? No, we're not...
-[chuckling]

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We're not... We're gonna consider it.

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-We're not taking it yet.
-Mm.

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[Wendy] Sometimes, we don't think
we're gonna like something,

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but then you try it,

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and then suddenly you realize
that you're having fun.

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Think about your trampoline.

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I mean, your father and I fought
about getting that for years.

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And then, all of a sudden, what happened?
Next thing you knew,

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the two of us were doing backflips
out there with you.

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Mom, I don't want to go to the dance
and I'm not gonna have fun.

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Look, if he's just gonna stand around,
why make him go?

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It's a school dance.
Everybody stands around.

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-You just don't want me there.
-I'm trying to help you, retard.

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-Hey.
-You're the retard.

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-Hey. Stop it, both of you.
-We don't use that word. You know that.

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You know, maybe you should go.

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Then you can wear your Minecraft T-shirt
and take your spear.

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[boy] Oh, screw you.

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-Stop it, both of you.
-[Marty] Put that back, please.

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Your brother is handsome
no matter what he wears.

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-[Marty] Give me that.
-[Wendy] Gotta put yourself out there.

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Give me the clicker, please.
I was watching that.

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-No, you're not.
-Yes, I was.

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Give it to me and eat your dinner
and leave your brother alone.

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Why do you always take his side?
Not like you ever say anything to him.

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Not taking his side.
You're picking on him.

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Okay, okay. Just stop.

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-Can we reset this conversation?
-Yeah, let's do it.

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How was your day?

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How was yours?

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My day was very exciting.

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I went to Costco.
And then I went and got groceries.

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And then I...
I dropped off the recyclables.

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And then I took Jonah to the dentist.
And then--

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Do not throw that out.
Your father might want it later.

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-You want it?
-No, thank you. No.

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-Okay.
-[girl] That's very exciting.

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Didn't you get, um, groceries on Monday?

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Um-hum.

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[girl] I need ten dollars.
[Wendy] What for?

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-There's a fundraiser for Hannah Lawson.
-Is she all right?

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-[Wendy] She has psoriasis.
-Oh. Jesus Christ.

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It's a disease, Dad. Like cancer, okay?

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No. Is it?

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It's itchy skin, honey.

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There's no cure.

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Right, let's save our money.

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I mean, if they're close to a cure
for flaky skin

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and your contribution's gonna put
a crack team of dermatologists

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over the top, then I'm gonna pony up.

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But until then, I'd like to save
my ten bucks. Okay?

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I am not calling you one,
but why are you acting so dickish?

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I mean, it is only $10.

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One day, you're gonna work for a living

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and you're not gonna like people
with hands in your pockets.

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Charlotte, get the 
ten dollars out of my purse.

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-No, it's fine. Let her face fall off.
-It's...

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-It's ten dollars. For God's sake.
-What?

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She asked me for $20 last week
and $50 the weekend before that.

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She's 15 years old.
She needs to know the value of money.

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-Do you not agree?
-I agree.

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Your Consumer Reports came today.

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That's ironic.

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-Thank you for dinner.
-I worked hard at it. [chuckles]

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...some of the dangers,
and we wanted to look further.

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And while studies have shown
that potentially deadly side effects

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are extremely rare,

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fewer than 11 cases per 10,000 women
who use it for a year,

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families affected point out

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that the incidence of life-threatening
blood clots is still double...

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[broadcast continues indistinctly]

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[Marty sighs]

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Do you want the History Channel?

232
00:11:08,459 --> 00:11:12,004
Mm-mm. Thank you.
I'm watching something else.

233
00:11:17,093 --> 00:11:18,177
[Wendy] I'm tired.

234
00:11:25,434 --> 00:11:26,894
You seem awfully quiet.

235
00:11:30,522 --> 00:11:32,233
Just got something on my mind.

236
00:11:34,401 --> 00:11:36,821
-Do you care if I go to bed?
-Mm-mm.

237
00:11:38,405 --> 00:11:39,824
[Wendy sighs]

238
00:11:41,617 --> 00:11:43,285
-Good night.
-Good night.

239
00:11:48,666 --> 00:11:50,459
[crickets chirping]

240
00:11:52,211 --> 00:11:53,671
[door creaks softly]

241
00:12:24,160 --> 00:12:27,163
-[softly] Who loves his little girl?
-You do, Daddy.

242
00:12:29,665 --> 00:12:30,666
Good night.

243
00:12:47,516 --> 00:12:49,268
[indistinct chatter]

244
00:12:52,521 --> 00:12:53,689
[woman] Yeah, I got it.

245
00:12:56,818 --> 00:12:59,070
[indistinct chatter continues]

246
00:13:24,261 --> 00:13:26,513
You haven't done this before, have you?

247
00:13:28,765 --> 00:13:29,766
Why?

248
00:13:31,352 --> 00:13:32,436
Handsome.

249
00:13:33,604 --> 00:13:34,605
Clean.

250
00:13:35,772 --> 00:13:36,773
Fit.

251
00:13:37,441 --> 00:13:40,819
Let me guess. Your wife won't do
what you want her to do.

252
00:13:48,285 --> 00:13:53,707
If you were my man, working all day
so I could stay at home...

253
00:13:56,794 --> 00:13:58,087
which, uh... [chuckles]

254
00:13:58,170 --> 00:13:59,421
...let's face it...

255
00:14:00,381 --> 00:14:02,341
it was a bitch
when they were little, but...

256
00:14:03,050 --> 00:14:07,471
but now they're both teens
and in school all day.

257
00:14:09,848 --> 00:14:11,433
Private school, too.

258
00:14:11,517 --> 00:14:16,230
Even though you pay
a shit-pot full of state taxes

259
00:14:16,313 --> 00:14:18,857
and live in a top-rated
public school district...

260
00:14:20,067 --> 00:14:23,154
who's never missed a mortgage payment?

261
00:14:24,113 --> 00:14:25,572
Marty Byrde.

262
00:14:26,448 --> 00:14:31,913
Nice home on a quarter-acre
squared-off lot in the suburbs?

263
00:14:33,580 --> 00:14:35,832
Marty fucking Byrde.

264
00:14:37,418 --> 00:14:41,213
Putting presents underneath the tree
since 2002.

265
00:14:47,011 --> 00:14:50,639
Not only would I not cheat on you...

266
00:14:50,723 --> 00:14:52,433
[belt buckle jingles]

267
00:14:53,600 --> 00:14:56,853
-...but I... I'd let you do...
-[fly unzipping]

268
00:14:58,689 --> 00:15:03,360
...anything... you... wanted.

269
00:15:07,198 --> 00:15:08,657
Do me a favor.

270
00:15:10,534 --> 00:15:11,994
Don't come too fast.

271
00:15:15,789 --> 00:15:17,041
[grunts softly]

272
00:15:31,597 --> 00:15:32,431
Hey.

273
00:15:32,848 --> 00:15:35,309
You can't be beatin' off
in your car, baby. It's a workplace.

274
00:15:35,392 --> 00:15:36,852
Yeah. Thank you.

275
00:15:47,904 --> 00:15:49,115
[sighs]

276
00:15:51,075 --> 00:15:52,868
[crickets chirping ringtone]

277
00:15:58,540 --> 00:16:00,501
-Hello.
-Marty, it's Bruce.

278
00:16:00,584 --> 00:16:01,793
I'm at Hanson's.

279
00:16:03,504 --> 00:16:04,713
Trucking? Why?

280
00:16:04,796 --> 00:16:08,259
I'm with Senior and Junior.
I need you here, Marty. Now.

281
00:16:08,342 --> 00:16:11,595
[stammers] Now? No, Bruce.
It's the middle of the night.

282
00:16:11,679 --> 00:16:13,263
Tell me what the problem is,
and I can try--

283
00:16:13,347 --> 00:16:15,975
Del. Del's here.

284
00:16:18,227 --> 00:16:19,395
Okay.

285
00:16:39,915 --> 00:16:42,001
[men speaking indistinctly]

286
00:17:03,980 --> 00:17:05,732
[Marty] Hey, Mr. Hanson. Hey, Bruce.

287
00:17:05,816 --> 00:17:07,734
Hey, Marty.
Del just has a few questions. He's--

288
00:17:07,818 --> 00:17:09,445
-Yeah? What's going on?
-[door opens]

289
00:17:10,196 --> 00:17:12,864
Hey, Del.
Didn't know you were coming in town.

290
00:17:16,077 --> 00:17:18,245
-You look good, Marty.
-Yeah, thanks.

291
00:17:19,205 --> 00:17:20,831
Where's my $5 million?

292
00:17:22,291 --> 00:17:23,542
Your what?

293
00:17:24,668 --> 00:17:26,045
Your $5 million?

294
00:17:26,628 --> 00:17:28,089
-What's he talking about?
-Have a seat.

295
00:17:28,797 --> 00:17:31,633
Whatever's between you is your business.
Got nothing to do with me and my dad.

296
00:17:31,717 --> 00:17:33,510
[Hanson Sr.] Shut up, son.

297
00:17:33,594 --> 00:17:35,971
-[Hanson Jr.] We run a clean shop.
-Clean?

298
00:17:37,931 --> 00:17:43,229
Other than the $100 million in drug money
that you and your father collect

299
00:17:43,312 --> 00:17:45,481
and transport to these two gentlemen
to launder?

300
00:17:46,065 --> 00:17:48,317
[chuckles] Clean to you.

301
00:17:48,400 --> 00:17:50,652
Listen, Del. Wh...
Whatever money you're missing,

302
00:17:50,736 --> 00:17:52,571
I'm sure there's
a perfectly good explanation.

303
00:17:52,654 --> 00:17:55,491
No. "Stolen." That's my word.

304
00:17:56,992 --> 00:17:58,243
-Sit down.
-[Hanson Sr. sighs]

305
00:17:58,327 --> 00:17:59,161
Yeah.

306
00:18:00,621 --> 00:18:05,709
Mr. Del Rio...
I swear, we are not stealing from you.

307
00:18:05,792 --> 00:18:08,504
We log all of our weights.

308
00:18:08,587 --> 00:18:11,423
Check 'em. The numbers don't lie.

309
00:18:11,507 --> 00:18:12,966
Should tell that to him.

310
00:18:13,592 --> 00:18:16,637
From Chicago to Panama,
Moscow to Tel Aviv,

311
00:18:16,720 --> 00:18:19,890
Marty Byrde can make
$100 million in dirty money

312
00:18:19,973 --> 00:18:22,518
disappear like spit on a hot skillet.

313
00:18:22,601 --> 00:18:24,895
Mr. Rio? I have to pee.

314
00:18:25,729 --> 00:18:27,148
Of course.

315
00:18:29,191 --> 00:18:30,192
[sniffles]

316
00:18:37,283 --> 00:18:38,367
[door closes]

317
00:18:38,450 --> 00:18:39,743
When I was nine years old,

318
00:18:39,826 --> 00:18:43,247
I started working
for my parents' grocery store.

319
00:18:43,831 --> 00:18:46,834
Wasn't a big store, but it fed six kids.

320
00:18:47,417 --> 00:18:49,002
We had four cashiers.

321
00:18:49,086 --> 00:18:50,671
Carlotta, our best...

322
00:18:51,797 --> 00:18:52,798
maybe 30...

323
00:18:54,216 --> 00:18:56,343
started there when she was 15.

324
00:18:56,427 --> 00:18:57,636
She was loyal.

325
00:18:57,719 --> 00:18:59,888
The kind of person you call "Aunt"
when you're nine years old,

326
00:18:59,971 --> 00:19:02,391
because she was always there.

327
00:19:02,474 --> 00:19:04,351
Always with a smile.

328
00:19:05,101 --> 00:19:09,148
And then one day,
my father's closing up...

329
00:19:10,482 --> 00:19:15,487
and he sees Aunt Carlotta
slip five dollars' worth of pesos...

330
00:19:16,738 --> 00:19:19,908
out of the till, into her pocket.

331
00:19:19,991 --> 00:19:22,077
He could not believe it.

332
00:19:22,161 --> 00:19:24,621
"Why? Why, Carlotta?

333
00:19:26,582 --> 00:19:29,251
If you needed the money,
why didn't you just come to me?"

334
00:19:33,714 --> 00:19:35,382
Carlotta was a proud woman.

335
00:19:36,883 --> 00:19:39,720
Not too proud to steal, but... proud.

336
00:19:41,972 --> 00:19:44,683
She had four kids, no husband.

337
00:19:45,684 --> 00:19:47,353
Her youngest one had asthma.

338
00:19:48,270 --> 00:19:50,314
Said she needed the money to buy medicine.

339
00:19:51,815 --> 00:19:53,442
So her boy could breathe.

340
00:19:55,819 --> 00:19:57,279
Cried like a baby.

341
00:19:58,697 --> 00:20:00,699
Swore she would never do it again.

342
00:20:02,201 --> 00:20:04,035
Begged my father not to fire her.

343
00:20:05,829 --> 00:20:06,830
Begged.

344
00:20:09,708 --> 00:20:11,042
Mr. Hanson...

345
00:20:12,002 --> 00:20:15,464
what should my father do
with Aunt Carlotta?

346
00:20:18,174 --> 00:20:19,385
Five dollars?

347
00:20:21,470 --> 00:20:25,807
You tell her if it happens again,
she's gone.

348
00:20:27,351 --> 00:20:29,603
You put her on probation.

349
00:20:31,813 --> 00:20:33,148
Probation. [chuckles]

350
00:20:35,484 --> 00:20:37,778
I love America. [sighs]

351
00:20:37,861 --> 00:20:39,029
Bruce?

352
00:20:39,613 --> 00:20:40,656
[sighs]

353
00:20:41,323 --> 00:20:43,283
One mistake against 15 years.

354
00:20:44,368 --> 00:20:47,579
Training cashiers is a bitch.
I'd give her a second chance, Del.

355
00:20:49,665 --> 00:20:50,916
[sighs]

356
00:20:51,542 --> 00:20:53,252
Marty, what should my father do?

357
00:20:56,588 --> 00:20:58,340
I know what this is.
I know what you're doing.

358
00:20:58,424 --> 00:21:00,175
This is an intimidation audit.

359
00:21:01,134 --> 00:21:03,762
Yeah? I mean, you think you can
just come in here unannounced

360
00:21:03,845 --> 00:21:06,723
and rattle some cages,
and someone's gonna admit to skimming?

361
00:21:08,267 --> 00:21:10,602
I mean, you're fishing.

362
00:21:11,186 --> 00:21:13,647
And, I mean, people steal. I get it.

363
00:21:13,730 --> 00:21:15,524
But you got a distribution chain
downstream

364
00:21:15,607 --> 00:21:17,443
that's run by meth heads and drug dealers.

365
00:21:17,526 --> 00:21:20,112
That's where you're gonna find
your Aunt Carlottas. They're not in here.

366
00:21:20,195 --> 00:21:22,531
We've been laundering money
for Mr. Navarro for ten years?

367
00:21:22,614 --> 00:21:23,740
That's right.

368
00:21:23,824 --> 00:21:27,453
The only thing you've done here is
you've involved a civilian. All right?

369
00:21:29,579 --> 00:21:33,083
And, you know, to be honest, this, uh...

370
00:21:33,709 --> 00:21:35,961
Dale Carnegie-Pablo Escobar ruse?

371
00:21:36,044 --> 00:21:37,546
I think that that's beneath you.

372
00:21:38,464 --> 00:21:39,840
-Come on, Del.
-Ruse?

373
00:21:39,923 --> 00:21:42,050
-[Marty] Ruse.
-That's a good word.

374
00:21:43,134 --> 00:21:44,428
-Muchachos!
-[cocks pistol]

375
00:21:45,846 --> 00:21:46,972
[men clamoring]

376
00:21:47,055 --> 00:21:49,265
-What the fuck?
-Put it down!

377
00:21:49,350 --> 00:21:51,768
-Jesus Christ!
-Whoa! Just slow down, Del!

378
00:21:51,852 --> 00:21:53,437
-[Bruce] What the fuck?
-[Hanson Jr.] Shit!

379
00:21:53,520 --> 00:21:55,397
-[Bruce] Liz!
-[Liz moaning]

380
00:21:56,565 --> 00:21:57,649
[body thuds]

381
00:21:57,733 --> 00:22:00,110
-Look, my dad had nothing to do with this.
-[Bruce] God, Marty!

382
00:22:00,193 --> 00:22:02,153
-It was Bruce's idea.
-Hey, shut the...

383
00:22:02,237 --> 00:22:03,279
Shut the fuck up!

384
00:22:03,364 --> 00:22:06,116
He came to me. It was Bruce.
[stammers] It was Bruce.

385
00:22:06,199 --> 00:22:07,576
-It was his idea.
-[Bruce] Hey! Shut--

386
00:22:07,659 --> 00:22:11,121
Del! What have you done,
Del? Goddamn it, what have you done?

387
00:22:11,204 --> 00:22:13,957
-[voices, sounds fade out]
-[truck reverse beeping]

388
00:22:18,086 --> 00:22:20,797
[voice distant, echoing]
Please, listen. Listen to me.

389
00:22:20,881 --> 00:22:24,509
-You don't wanna do this. Tell me...
-[truck beeping loudly]

390
00:22:24,593 --> 00:22:26,219
[Hanson Sr.] Goddamn it!

391
00:22:26,302 --> 00:22:30,056
He... he made a terrible mistake.
We will work for free!

392
00:22:30,140 --> 00:22:33,143
[Hanson Jr.] Please, please,
my dad had nothing to do with this.

393
00:22:33,226 --> 00:22:35,521
[Del] You know what I like about Chicago?

394
00:22:35,604 --> 00:22:37,564
All the Mexicans.

395
00:22:37,648 --> 00:22:40,776
Culture, the food, the language.

396
00:22:41,360 --> 00:22:43,820
The women. I feel at home.

397
00:22:43,904 --> 00:22:46,072
You know what I dislike about Chicago?

398
00:22:46,740 --> 00:22:48,366
All the fucking Mexicans.

399
00:22:49,284 --> 00:22:50,952
Might as well put up a sign that says,

400
00:22:51,036 --> 00:22:54,790
"Welcome to Chicago, drug hub of the US."
401
00:22:54,873 --> 00:23:00,128
FinCEN, DEA, ATF, FBI...

402
00:23:01,129 --> 00:23:03,339
all circling like buzzards.

403
00:23:04,758 --> 00:23:06,968
And where does all the drama come from?

404
00:23:08,178 --> 00:23:09,179
Hmm?

405
00:23:10,597 --> 00:23:12,933
Four sticky-fingered white men.

406
00:23:13,016 --> 00:23:15,811
-[loads pistol]
-Del, he's my son.

407
00:23:15,894 --> 00:23:18,522
[stammers] Please.
He made a terrible mistake.

408
00:23:18,605 --> 00:23:19,815
I can make this right.

409
00:23:19,898 --> 00:23:22,275
I swear to God, I can make it right.
I... I can make it right.

410
00:23:22,358 --> 00:23:24,945
A father shouldn't have to see
his child die.

411
00:23:25,028 --> 00:23:26,237
[gasping]

412
00:23:28,574 --> 00:23:29,908
-Dad!
-[Bruce] No!

413
00:23:52,055 --> 00:23:53,431
How'd you do it, Bruce?

414
00:23:55,767 --> 00:23:56,768
Hey.

415
00:23:58,645 --> 00:24:00,856
Hanson's men picked up
the shipment of cash

416
00:24:00,939 --> 00:24:04,317
along with whatever legitimate load.
Air conditioners.

417
00:24:04,401 --> 00:24:07,529
Subtract the weight of the cash
from the weight of the trucks...

418
00:24:08,196 --> 00:24:09,573
We rigged the gas gauges.

419
00:24:09,656 --> 00:24:12,117
They'd read full
when they were five gallons light.

420
00:24:14,661 --> 00:24:16,287
How much, Bruce?

421
00:24:17,080 --> 00:24:19,165
[sighs]

422
00:24:19,249 --> 00:24:21,167
Eight million over three years.

423
00:24:28,509 --> 00:24:29,510
Okay.

424
00:24:31,344 --> 00:24:32,345
Ready?

425
00:24:34,347 --> 00:24:36,182
Marty had nothing to do with this.

426
00:24:39,060 --> 00:24:40,478
This is all me.

427
00:24:44,065 --> 00:24:45,776
I need you to understand...

428
00:24:46,693 --> 00:24:49,696
I... I would've never done any of this
if I thought it would hurt you.

429
00:24:50,656 --> 00:24:53,909
-And I am--
-[gasps and whimpers]

430
00:24:55,118 --> 00:24:57,370
[Marty]
Let me just say goodbye to my kids.

431
00:24:57,453 --> 00:24:59,706
They're asleep. And I'll just...

432
00:24:59,790 --> 00:25:02,167
I'll just leave them a message, you know.

433
00:25:02,250 --> 00:25:04,252
[gasping, sighs]

434
00:25:04,336 --> 00:25:06,338
And they're confused... [sniffles]

435
00:25:06,421 --> 00:25:07,839
...and worried about me.

436
00:25:07,923 --> 00:25:09,800
Hang on one second.
I'll just leave a message.

437
00:25:09,883 --> 00:25:12,803
Tell 'em that I'm going away somewhere
and that I'm gonna miss 'em.

438
00:25:16,139 --> 00:25:18,642
-[sighs heavily]
-They know.

439
00:25:19,518 --> 00:25:20,519
[phone clatters]

440
00:25:21,812 --> 00:25:22,896
[Marty sighs]

441
00:25:22,979 --> 00:25:24,565
-Where are they?
-Huh?

442
00:25:24,648 --> 00:25:27,275
Are your kids in school? Summer break?

443
00:25:28,276 --> 00:25:29,402
What?

444
00:25:29,485 --> 00:25:30,862
Your kids, summer break?

445
00:25:30,946 --> 00:25:33,574
I don't want to do Wendy
in front of the kids.

446
00:25:34,950 --> 00:25:37,243
Wendy doesn't know anything
about what I do.

447
00:25:37,327 --> 00:25:40,455
I never told her about anything that I do.
Not once.

448
00:25:41,331 --> 00:25:44,000
Not once.
You don't need to do anything to Wendy.

449
00:25:44,960 --> 00:25:47,378
-Are we ready? [exhales heavily]
-No, no, no. No, hang on. Hang on.

450
00:25:47,462 --> 00:25:49,505
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. One second.

451
00:25:50,090 --> 00:25:53,509
Just talk to me for one second.
Just hang on a second.

452
00:25:54,177 --> 00:25:55,261
Um...

453
00:25:55,345 --> 00:25:57,347
[breathing heavily]

454
00:25:59,808 --> 00:26:01,351
More shoreline...

455
00:26:01,434 --> 00:26:04,354
More shoreline than the whole coast
of California.

456
00:26:04,437 --> 00:26:05,521
Excuse me?

457
00:26:05,606 --> 00:26:08,233
This place right here
has more shoreline...

458
00:26:09,317 --> 00:26:11,778
than the whole coast of California.

459
00:26:13,279 --> 00:26:15,406
And apparently, every summer...

460
00:26:16,199 --> 00:26:18,576
Hang on, listen to me.

461
00:26:18,660 --> 00:26:23,749
Every summer,
the population of this place explodes.

462
00:26:24,540 --> 00:26:27,753
Tons of tourists.
Midwesterners from all over the place.

463
00:26:27,836 --> 00:26:30,505
Blue-collar, white-collar,
loaded with cash.

464
00:26:30,588 --> 00:26:32,048
[sniffles] Okay?

465
00:26:32,799 --> 00:26:34,676
[sighs] That's why I got this brochure.

466
00:26:34,760 --> 00:26:36,803
-I gotta go.
-Hang on, one second. [sniffles]

467
00:26:36,887 --> 00:26:40,807
I got this brochure last week,
scouting businesses,

468
00:26:40,891 --> 00:26:42,433
and I brought it back
to talk to Bruce about it.

469
00:26:42,517 --> 00:26:43,644
And I was gonna talk to you,

470
00:26:43,727 --> 00:26:45,603
because I wanna put the house
on the market,

471
00:26:45,687 --> 00:26:47,147
and I wanna move down there
with the family,

472
00:26:47,230 --> 00:26:49,649
and I wanna do what we do down there.

473
00:26:49,733 --> 00:26:51,109
You're right about Chicago.

474
00:26:51,818 --> 00:26:54,154
You got the FBI and the ATF and the CIA.

475
00:26:54,237 --> 00:26:56,572
And they're all...
They're circling around Chicago.

476
00:26:56,657 --> 00:26:59,910
And they're tapping phones,
and they're monitoring bank accounts,

477
00:26:59,993 --> 00:27:01,703
and I just...

478
00:27:01,787 --> 00:27:04,122
We need a new hub. I need a new hub.

479
00:27:04,205 --> 00:27:05,749
Okay? This place...

480
00:27:06,667 --> 00:27:11,171
It's away from every single
law enforcement agency in the US

481
00:27:11,254 --> 00:27:13,757
and it's cash rich. Okay?

482
00:27:15,008 --> 00:27:17,052
Think about it. I mean, what do I do?

483
00:27:17,135 --> 00:27:20,596
I launder ten percent of what the cartel
does in the US? Right?

484
00:27:20,681 --> 00:27:22,891
And even if you piecemeal
five percent off to some other guy,

485
00:27:22,974 --> 00:27:25,101
you know, which I doubt you do,
but even if you do,

486
00:27:25,185 --> 00:27:27,687
that's 85% that's getting shipped
across the border into Mexico.

487
00:27:27,771 --> 00:27:30,523
All right? And how much of that
is getting seized?

488
00:27:31,107 --> 00:27:32,275
A lot. It's a waste.

489
00:27:32,358 --> 00:27:36,154
How much of it is getting siphoned off to,
you know, bribe the border patrol guys

490
00:27:36,237 --> 00:27:37,655
and-and the cops,

491
00:27:37,739 --> 00:27:40,033
and the politicians and the judges
and all that stuff?

492
00:27:40,116 --> 00:27:42,118
It's all going out the window.
Just give it to me.

493
00:27:42,202 --> 00:27:44,746
I want more than just the ten percent.
I want it all.

494
00:27:44,830 --> 00:27:46,247
And I wanna take it down there. Okay?

495
00:27:46,331 --> 00:27:49,793
What did these guys take from you?
Was it eight? Is that what they said?

496
00:27:49,876 --> 00:27:52,045
I'll get you that. I'll put that together.
I'll make you whole.

497
00:27:52,128 --> 00:27:54,798
You call it earnest money, okay?
I give that to you...

498
00:27:55,506 --> 00:27:58,719
but then I take me and my family
and we go down to the Ozarks,

499
00:27:58,802 --> 00:28:00,136
just like I planned.

500
00:28:00,929 --> 00:28:04,099
And I just start washing money.
Tons of it.

501
00:28:04,182 --> 00:28:07,477
Nothing but washed money.
That's all that matters.

502
00:28:07,560 --> 00:28:09,855
Come on. Come on.

503
00:28:10,981 --> 00:28:13,108
[sighs] Five years,

504
00:28:13,191 --> 00:28:16,402
three years, and I'll launder twice
what we're doing right now.

505
00:28:16,486 --> 00:28:17,695
Five years...

506
00:28:18,989 --> 00:28:21,657
$500 million. I can do that.

507
00:28:21,742 --> 00:28:23,034
It's got more... more shoreline

508
00:28:23,118 --> 00:28:25,328
-than the whole coast of California.
-You said that already.

509
00:28:29,124 --> 00:28:31,334
-Here we go.
-[sighs] Come on.

510
00:28:33,211 --> 00:28:34,337
-[cocks pistol]
-[exhales]

511
00:28:34,421 --> 00:28:35,296
[gunshot]

512
00:29:08,454 --> 00:29:11,291
[Del echoing] $500 million in five years?

513
00:29:11,374 --> 00:29:13,709
-[normal] Hey.
-[gasping]

514
00:29:14,461 --> 00:29:15,628
[exhales]

515
00:29:18,131 --> 00:29:20,008
$500 million in five years?

516
00:29:22,427 --> 00:29:24,679
Yeah. No question. [sniffles]

517
00:29:25,930 --> 00:29:29,142
You have 48 hours to get me my money.

518
00:29:29,976 --> 00:29:31,895
-Okay.
-Cash.

519
00:29:32,854 --> 00:29:36,357
No financial instruments,
no wire transfer, no cashier's checks.

520
00:29:36,441 --> 00:29:39,903
-Cash. All of it.
-Cash. I understand.

521
00:29:40,487 --> 00:29:41,905
After I have my money...

522
00:29:42,614 --> 00:29:47,368
you have another 48...
to be on the road to these Ozarks.

523
00:29:49,454 --> 00:29:52,123
I want you to be ready
to set up shop within a week.

524
00:29:52,207 --> 00:29:53,416
Yeah.

525
00:29:53,499 --> 00:29:56,544
And, Marty...
when I drive by your house...

526
00:29:57,462 --> 00:29:59,840
there better be a "For Sale" sign
on your lawn.

527
00:30:02,758 --> 00:30:03,969
[speaks Spanish]

528
00:30:04,552 --> 00:30:05,678
[man in English] Come on.

529
00:30:06,888 --> 00:30:10,475
-[low chatter in Spanish]
-[truck doors slamming]

530
00:30:11,852 --> 00:30:13,644
[truck engine starts]

531
00:30:29,244 --> 00:30:31,412
[combination lock spinning]

532
00:30:32,747 --> 00:30:34,582
[Wendy] No. There is no choice here.

533
00:30:34,665 --> 00:30:36,584
Marty, stop.
We have to call the police.

534
00:30:36,667 --> 00:30:38,503
I want you to forget it, okay? I...

535
00:30:38,586 --> 00:30:40,505
Or do you want to just role-play it?

536
00:30:40,588 --> 00:30:42,841
Okay, I'm Detective Whoever The Fuck,

537
00:30:42,924 --> 00:30:44,800
and you're the wife
of the top money launderer

538
00:30:44,885 --> 00:30:48,054
for the second largest drug cartel
in Mexico. Go.

539
00:30:49,514 --> 00:30:52,017
I mean, come on. Police mean jail time,

540
00:30:52,100 --> 00:30:54,978
or witness protection program, at best,
if we even get that far.

541
00:30:55,061 --> 00:30:58,064
If we make it that f...
The kids and I are in danger?

542
00:30:58,148 --> 00:31:00,316
Well... [stammers]
What do you wanna hear?

543
00:31:00,400 --> 00:31:03,027
You know, 
people who drive trucks full of cash

544
00:31:03,111 --> 00:31:05,363
onto scales to weigh it
because there's too much to count,

545
00:31:05,446 --> 00:31:07,407
they don't exactly have a code of ethics
they adhere to.

546
00:31:07,490 --> 00:31:08,783
We're not going to the police.

547
00:31:10,076 --> 00:31:12,078
-Send Liz to the police.
-No.

548
00:31:12,162 --> 00:31:13,997
No, Bruce didn't come home. He's missing.

549
00:31:14,080 --> 00:31:15,957
-They'll find out he's dead--
-Liz is dead, Wendy.

550
00:31:16,041 --> 00:31:18,793
She's dissolving in a barrel
next to the one they stuffed Bruce into.

551
00:31:20,086 --> 00:31:22,547
Now here's what I'm gonna do.
Over the next two days...

552
00:31:23,882 --> 00:31:26,885
I'm gonna try to pull together $8 million
to pay back what Bruce stole.

553
00:31:26,968 --> 00:31:29,054
-What we're not gonna do is--
-Do we even have that much?

554
00:31:29,137 --> 00:31:30,305
Well, it's gonna be tight.

555
00:31:30,388 --> 00:31:34,350
I mean, after early withdrawal penalties,
I don't know, but I'm gonna try.

556
00:31:34,434 --> 00:31:37,478
What we're not gonna do, though,
is panic, okay?

557
00:31:38,396 --> 00:31:40,523
We're gonna prioritize
and we're gonna compartmentalize.

558
00:31:40,606 --> 00:31:43,859
And there's gonna be
a little bit of time management, okay?

559
00:31:43,943 --> 00:31:47,572
All right? Starting first thing tomorrow,
after we tell the kids we're moving,

560
00:31:47,655 --> 00:31:49,950
we're gonna call your friend Linda,
the Realtor,

561
00:31:50,033 --> 00:31:51,284
and we're gonna list the house.

562
00:31:51,367 --> 00:31:54,329
Then you're gonna call a moving company.
Then you and the kids are gonna pack.

563
00:31:54,412 --> 00:31:56,164
You can help 'em
or let 'em do it themselves.

564
00:31:56,247 --> 00:31:58,666
I don't really care,
but come Friday, after school...

565
00:32:00,210 --> 00:32:02,087
we're on the road, okay? That's it.

566
00:32:07,342 --> 00:32:09,218
And with the movers,
please, get three bids.

567
00:32:09,302 --> 00:32:10,929
The money's gonna be tight.

568
00:32:12,430 --> 00:32:14,975
-No fucking way am I going.
-[Marty] Charlotte, you're going.

569
00:32:15,058 --> 00:32:17,310
-We're all going.
-Not me. I'm gonna live with Caitlin.

570
00:32:17,393 --> 00:32:20,146
The Ozarks. That's, like, woods and stuff?

571
00:32:20,271 --> 00:32:21,981
-Yeah, I think so, honey.
-Mom, what the fuck?

572
00:32:22,065 --> 00:32:25,986
Husbands and fathers,
and-and-and mothers and wives...

573
00:32:26,069 --> 00:32:28,446
they take new jobs, they relocate
with their families all the time.

574
00:32:28,529 --> 00:32:32,450
You know, this country was built
by Americans pursuing opportunity, okay?

575
00:32:32,533 --> 00:32:33,534
The pioneers, for one,

576
00:32:33,618 --> 00:32:35,620
-relocated once a day.
-You're a financial advisor.

577
00:32:35,703 --> 00:32:37,372
-A self-employed financial advisor.
-That's right.

578
00:32:37,455 --> 00:32:38,999
You decide where the opportunity is.

579
00:32:39,082 --> 00:32:41,042
Yeah, and I've decided
the opportunity is in Missouri.

580
00:32:41,126 --> 00:32:42,418
-Okay, we understand...
-It's simple.

581
00:32:42,502 --> 00:32:44,129
...that this is... this is upsetting.

582
00:32:44,754 --> 00:32:47,298
[stammers]
Believe me, I get how hard this is.

583
00:32:48,883 --> 00:32:53,304
But we're a family, so we are...
We're making this move as a family.

584
00:32:53,388 --> 00:32:55,056
We would prefer if you would...

585
00:32:56,432 --> 00:32:57,433
see it as an adventure.

586
00:32:57,517 --> 00:32:59,352
Yeah, well, thanks for the eggs
and the shit sandwich.

587
00:32:59,435 --> 00:33:00,520
[Marty] Charlotte...

588
00:33:03,439 --> 00:33:04,607
I got her.

589
00:33:10,571 --> 00:33:11,656
You okay?

590
00:33:16,077 --> 00:33:20,748
Not some, all. Everything.
Liquidated, cash.

591
00:33:20,831 --> 00:33:24,127
$7,945,400.

592
00:33:24,210 --> 00:33:26,629
Sir, again, we don't keep
that kind of money on-site.

593
00:33:26,712 --> 00:33:28,673
You... you can't just have it wired here,

594
00:33:28,756 --> 00:33:30,966
and then come by the bank and withdraw it.
Not in cash.

595
00:33:31,051 --> 00:33:32,885
Whoa, whoa! Marty, stop.

596
00:33:33,469 --> 00:33:35,846
If the markets are spooking you,
let's slide it into mutual funds.

597
00:33:35,930 --> 00:33:38,474
No, I'll be back in six months
with twice the money.

598
00:33:38,558 --> 00:33:40,226
I'm not explaining myself correctly.

599
00:33:40,310 --> 00:33:42,353
Just because it says
the money is in your account

600
00:33:42,437 --> 00:33:44,022
doesn't mean it's really there,
physically.

601
00:33:44,105 --> 00:33:46,024
I know how the banking system works.

602
00:33:46,107 --> 00:33:48,651
That's why I'm calling you in advance
so you can get it.

603
00:33:48,734 --> 00:33:51,821
Your entire portfolio. Yeah, forget it.

604
00:33:51,904 --> 00:33:55,200
Ten percent penalty for early withdrawal,
plus another 32% in taxes.

605
00:33:55,283 --> 00:33:57,993
Mr. Byrde, there seems to be a disconnect
vis-à-vis large wire transfers

606
00:33:58,078 --> 00:34:00,121
and your expectations
about withdrawing it in cash.

607
00:34:00,205 --> 00:34:02,373
[Marty] Sir, by the end of business today,

608
00:34:02,457 --> 00:34:06,377
you're gonna have close to $8 million
in four separate accounts at your bank,

609
00:34:06,461 --> 00:34:10,298
and I suspect that that puts you
in a woefully undercapitalized position

610
00:34:10,381 --> 00:34:13,884
relative to your obligations to the FDIC.

611
00:34:14,677 --> 00:34:15,761
Okay?

612
00:34:15,845 --> 00:34:21,059
So, you know, unless you're
the vice president of the one institution

613
00:34:21,142 --> 00:34:23,853
that is exempt
from the liquidity ratio laws

614
00:34:23,936 --> 00:34:26,021
that govern every other bank in America,

615
00:34:26,106 --> 00:34:29,400
I suggest you place a call
to the Federal Reserve

616
00:34:29,484 --> 00:34:31,069
at 230 South LaSalle,

617
00:34:31,152 --> 00:34:34,114
and you order yourself up
a shit-pot full of cash.

618
00:34:34,197 --> 00:34:35,406
[door opens]

619
00:34:36,657 --> 00:34:37,867
Hey, Brenda, um...

620
00:34:37,950 --> 00:34:39,785
Yeah? Do you need help with something?

621
00:34:39,869 --> 00:34:42,580
This firm has been dissolved,
unfortunately.

622
00:34:43,831 --> 00:34:45,416
[chuckles] I'm sorry?

623
00:34:45,500 --> 00:34:49,295
The firm. It no longer exists, okay?

624
00:34:49,379 --> 00:34:51,005
Uh, but, um...

625
00:34:52,047 --> 00:34:55,551
you know, you were great.
All the way through.

626
00:34:59,514 --> 00:35:01,849
[Wendy] Marty's in business
with some very bad people.

627
00:35:03,184 --> 00:35:04,519
We need to leave town.

628
00:35:05,186 --> 00:35:08,856
Your husband, the financial advisor?
Mr. Consumer Reports?

629
00:35:12,652 --> 00:35:15,655
-Holy shit.
-We leave tomorrow.

630
00:35:19,700 --> 00:35:21,161
What? [stammers]
Uh, wait a second. Wait.

631
00:35:21,244 --> 00:35:24,539
Are... are we talking about
run-for-your-life kind of leaving?

632
00:35:24,622 --> 00:35:26,457
Or a witness protection situation?

633
00:35:26,541 --> 00:35:28,543
[chuckles nervously]
Everything's on the table.

634
00:35:29,627 --> 00:35:30,878
Holy shit.

635
00:35:31,671 --> 00:35:34,715
Holy shit. Leaving... leaving for where?

636
00:35:35,925 --> 00:35:38,303
The Lake of the Ozarks.

637
00:35:39,804 --> 00:35:41,806
The Ozarks?

638
00:35:41,889 --> 00:35:44,850
I mean, good Lord...
what is that even like?

639
00:35:44,934 --> 00:35:49,480
[chuckles] I think it's where
camouflage is a primary color.

640
00:35:50,190 --> 00:35:51,941
[man]
His name's Gary Silverberg.

641
00:35:52,024 --> 00:35:55,611
He's a partner with McNeil-Roberts
downtown. Know him?

642
00:35:55,695 --> 00:35:56,779
[Marty] Uh-uh.

643
00:35:56,862 --> 00:35:59,157
[man]
On the board of half a dozen nonprofits.

644
00:35:59,240 --> 00:36:01,867
Academy of the Arts,
Goodman Theater, Joffrey.

645
00:36:02,452 --> 00:36:06,289
He sees your wife at least twice a week.
Sometimes more.

646
00:36:06,372 --> 00:36:09,792
Either his place
or somewhere closer to yours.

647
00:36:10,168 --> 00:36:12,503
An HI Express, Fairfield Inn.

648
00:36:13,213 --> 00:36:15,047
The DoubleTree in Alsip's
where I tagged 'em.

649
00:36:16,007 --> 00:36:17,633
This "Sugarwood" right there.
What is that?

650
00:36:17,717 --> 00:36:20,511
Ah, you jumped the gun
asking to meet today.

651
00:36:21,262 --> 00:36:25,391
Normally, I transfer everything
from a working file to a folio binder.

652
00:36:25,475 --> 00:36:28,686
Table of contents, intro, summary.
Suitable for presentation, arbitration.

653
00:36:28,769 --> 00:36:31,021
Yeah, tell me what it means.

654
00:36:31,105 --> 00:36:32,940
Sugarwood's her pet name for him.

655
00:36:33,608 --> 00:36:35,360
-As in, you know...
-Ah, right. I got it.

656
00:36:35,443 --> 00:36:38,112
-"Give me some of that sugar." Yeah.
-I got it. Thank you.

657
00:36:38,696 --> 00:36:40,281
Well, where is Marty now?

658
00:36:40,365 --> 00:36:43,243
[Wendy] He's paying back the money
that his partner stole.

659
00:36:43,909 --> 00:36:45,328
How much, I don't know.

660
00:36:46,412 --> 00:36:49,499
Well, if we're talking about
what I think we are,

661
00:36:49,582 --> 00:36:53,085
the government will try to attach
as much of that money as possible,

662
00:36:53,168 --> 00:36:55,505
freeze your assets
to force his cooperation.

663
00:36:56,171 --> 00:36:58,883
You need to get as much as you can
as fast as you can.

664
00:37:00,301 --> 00:37:01,552
[Wendy] Fuck.

665
00:37:03,471 --> 00:37:05,097
Fuck! Fuck!

666
00:37:05,180 --> 00:37:07,267
Hypothetically, scale of one to ten,

667
00:37:07,350 --> 00:37:09,560
how difficult would it be
for someone to disappear?

668
00:37:10,144 --> 00:37:11,521
You or him?

669
00:37:12,438 --> 00:37:14,857
-Careful.
-[chuckles lightly]

670
00:37:14,940 --> 00:37:18,653
No. Just me. You know,
and the family. Family of four.

671
00:37:19,237 --> 00:37:22,740
New IDs, social security numbers,
credit cards. You could do it.

672
00:37:22,823 --> 00:37:25,451
For a while, anyway.
Then your money'd run out.

673
00:37:25,535 --> 00:37:28,954
One of your kids will get online sloppy.
Twitter, Instagram...

674
00:37:29,038 --> 00:37:32,500
Your wife has one Lemon Drop too many
with her new best friend, wants to share.

675
00:37:32,583 --> 00:37:34,877
[scoffs] Yeah.

676
00:37:36,086 --> 00:37:39,924
If you have a legal problem
I'm not aware of, don't tell me if you do,

677
00:37:40,007 --> 00:37:42,092
you could keep your identity,
leave the country,

678
00:37:42,176 --> 00:37:44,720
go somewhere
with no extradition to the US.

679
00:37:44,804 --> 00:37:46,514
-[phone buzzes]
-Depends on who's looking for you,

680
00:37:46,597 --> 00:37:48,182
how much money they have.

681
00:37:50,059 --> 00:37:52,102
Hang on. Hang on.

682
00:37:55,648 --> 00:38:00,736
I just got a text from my bank.
My wife emptied our checkings and savings.

683
00:38:03,948 --> 00:38:05,157
You got a gun?

684
00:38:07,702 --> 00:38:10,079
-No. What?
-Good.

685
00:38:11,205 --> 00:38:13,624
Silverberg lives in the Aqua Tower.

686
00:38:13,708 --> 00:38:16,669
Apartment 8003, 80th floor.

687
00:38:19,213 --> 00:38:20,756
What makes you think she's there?

688
00:38:21,173 --> 00:38:22,550
It's Thursday.

689
00:38:48,117 --> 00:38:49,327
[voice mail] Hi, this is Wendy.

690
00:38:49,410 --> 00:38:51,829
-Leave me a message.
-Fucking bitch!

691
00:38:59,879 --> 00:39:01,046
Hey, Gary?

692
00:39:02,715 --> 00:39:04,216
Hey, Gary, I'm back!

693
00:39:12,307 --> 00:39:14,727
[Marty] Twenty-two years!

694
00:39:15,353 --> 00:39:17,730
Never cheated. Not once.

695
00:39:18,564 --> 00:39:22,610
And I had the chance...
more than a few times.

696
00:39:22,693 --> 00:39:25,279
But I never ever took it.

697
00:39:25,363 --> 00:39:28,240
Instead, I worked.

698
00:39:28,323 --> 00:39:30,826
Came home, went to bed,
got up, did it all over again.

699
00:39:30,910 --> 00:39:32,370
Not good enough, huh?

700
00:39:33,120 --> 00:39:35,039
And now you want to try to take our money?

701
00:39:35,623 --> 00:39:39,209
You want a divorce?
I will show you the meaning of ugly.

702
00:39:39,960 --> 00:39:44,507
You will lose.
I will lawyer up. I will dig in. I--

703
00:39:45,633 --> 00:39:46,759
[man 1] Whoa!

704
00:39:53,599 --> 00:39:54,725
[man 2] Whoa, man.

705
00:39:55,726 --> 00:39:56,811
Come on.

706
00:39:57,395 --> 00:39:58,229
[man 1] Damn!

707
00:40:20,835 --> 00:40:22,169
[engine starts]

708
00:40:32,972 --> 00:40:35,599
[crickets chirping ringtone]

709
00:40:39,479 --> 00:40:40,771
Wendy?

710
00:40:40,855 --> 00:40:45,776
[Del] Why does Wendy have
a cashier's check for $29,650, Marty?

711
00:40:47,069 --> 00:40:48,654
You lied to me, Marty.

712
00:40:51,115 --> 00:40:53,075
She knows about our business.

713
00:40:55,035 --> 00:40:59,081
What kind of man isn't willing to lie
to save his wife's life?

714
00:40:59,164 --> 00:41:02,502
Was that before or after you found out
she was fucking the lawyer?

715
00:41:04,086 --> 00:41:05,212
After.

716
00:41:05,796 --> 00:41:06,755
Ouch.

717
00:41:07,882 --> 00:41:10,009
I bet you haven't even
confronted her yet, huh?

718
00:41:11,886 --> 00:41:15,055
Right now,
you're calculating the smart move.

719
00:41:15,139 --> 00:41:16,557
Divorce her...

720
00:41:18,100 --> 00:41:19,727
things turn ugly... [sighs]

721
00:41:20,352 --> 00:41:22,521
...she holds what you've done
over your head.

722
00:41:22,605 --> 00:41:24,314
Live with the cheating,

723
00:41:24,398 --> 00:41:28,193
and whatever man you think you are
is eaten away, day by day.

724
00:41:29,529 --> 00:41:31,906
Or I take care of our Wendy problem...

725
00:41:32,490 --> 00:41:35,409
right here... right now.

726
00:41:36,536 --> 00:41:37,662
Your call.

727
00:41:45,836 --> 00:41:47,171
Marty, you there?

728
00:41:52,843 --> 00:41:54,804
[Del] What should my father do?

729
00:41:57,014 --> 00:41:58,098
Your father?

730
00:41:58,182 --> 00:42:01,435
About Aunt Carlotta.
You never answered my question.

731
00:42:02,061 --> 00:42:05,022
What should my father do
about a woman who steals from him?

732
00:42:05,815 --> 00:42:08,358
A loyal woman. A mother.

733
00:42:09,234 --> 00:42:10,986
With him 15 years.

734
00:42:13,488 --> 00:42:15,575
What did my mother make him do?

735
00:42:18,703 --> 00:42:19,704
Fire her.

736
00:42:20,788 --> 00:42:21,789
Why?

737
00:42:23,583 --> 00:42:25,543
It's not the first time
she stole from you.

738
00:42:26,544 --> 00:42:27,587
What was it?

739
00:42:29,046 --> 00:42:30,715
It's the first time you caught her.

740
00:43:11,714 --> 00:43:13,591
[footsteps approaching]

741
00:43:21,473 --> 00:43:23,601
-[door closes]
-[footsteps draw closer]

742
00:43:33,652 --> 00:43:34,653
[Wendy sniffles]

743
00:43:39,116 --> 00:43:40,367
[softly] You're welcome.

744
00:43:55,174 --> 00:43:56,592
[breathing raggedly]

745
00:44:05,810 --> 00:44:07,561
[indistinct chatter]

746
00:44:19,073 --> 00:44:20,532
-Hi. Good morning.
-Mr. Byrde.

747
00:44:20,615 --> 00:44:21,909
Hi. What's this?

748
00:44:21,992 --> 00:44:23,535
-Good to see you, sir.
-Yeah, good to see you.

749
00:44:23,618 --> 00:44:25,620
-Can I get you a cup of coffee?
-No, thank you.

750
00:44:25,705 --> 00:44:27,790
Am I under duress? No. What are you doing?

751
00:44:28,623 --> 00:44:30,209
No. There's been-- No, stop that.

752
00:44:30,292 --> 00:44:31,711
There's been no kidnapping.

753
00:44:31,794 --> 00:44:35,297
I'm not wearing any wires.
I just... I have a, uh...

754
00:44:35,380 --> 00:44:38,258
a business opportunity that requires cash.

755
00:44:38,342 --> 00:44:39,343
-Sir.
-Yeah?

756
00:44:39,426 --> 00:44:41,762
There's no business opportunities
that require that much cash.

757
00:44:42,388 --> 00:44:44,890
-Not legal ones.
-Well, I agree to disagree.

758
00:44:47,059 --> 00:44:48,102
Where's my money?

759
00:44:48,686 --> 00:44:51,313
As we told you, we can't cover
that amount within 24 hours.

760
00:44:52,356 --> 00:44:53,482
Okay.

761
00:44:55,400 --> 00:44:57,402
There's two federal agents here.

762
00:44:57,486 --> 00:45:00,322
Which means you wouldn't take the chance
that there was a kidnapping

763
00:45:00,405 --> 00:45:01,490
and not have my money.

764
00:45:01,573 --> 00:45:04,409
So if you don't produce it immediately,
I'm gonna walk into that lobby,

765
00:45:04,493 --> 00:45:06,661
and I'm gonna tell these people
that I can't get my money out.

766
00:45:06,746 --> 00:45:08,622
And we'll see
how long that takes to go viral,

767
00:45:08,705 --> 00:45:11,166
and you get a good old-fashioned run
on this bank.

768
00:45:11,250 --> 00:45:16,756
And if I want to put all $7,945,400
into a hot tub...

769
00:45:16,839 --> 00:45:20,050
get buck naked and play Scrooge McDuck,

770
00:45:20,134 --> 00:45:22,219
that is 100% my business.

771
00:45:22,302 --> 00:45:23,971
Now, where's my money?

772
00:45:29,434 --> 00:45:31,311
[Del] The Great Depression.

773
00:45:31,395 --> 00:45:35,024
That's when the Lake of the Ozarks
was built. 1929.

774
00:45:36,025 --> 00:45:37,442
But you know all that.

775
00:45:38,026 --> 00:45:38,986
You're Marty Byrde.

776
00:45:40,029 --> 00:45:42,948
And Marty Byrde has been
planning this for a long time, right?

777
00:45:43,908 --> 00:45:45,034
How long again?

778
00:45:46,451 --> 00:45:47,577
Long time.

779
00:45:49,288 --> 00:45:50,164
[man whistles]

780
00:45:52,958 --> 00:45:57,629
Yeah, I'm short. $6,950. But it is not...

781
00:45:57,712 --> 00:45:58,964
-It's not a problem.
-What did I tell you?

782
00:45:59,048 --> 00:46:00,174
I've already sold that car,

783
00:46:00,257 --> 00:46:04,261
but I also have a minivan
that I haven't sold yet.

784
00:46:04,344 --> 00:46:08,891
And this... It's a Honda Odyssey. It's...
it's top-ranked minivan in the US.

785
00:46:08,974 --> 00:46:11,977
Blue Book on it is $27,000
and I get the cash--

786
00:46:12,061 --> 00:46:14,604
I'll buy the Odyssey from you for 27.

787
00:46:14,688 --> 00:46:17,858
So I owe you 20,000.
Take that from the cash.

788
00:46:17,942 --> 00:46:21,904
And I'll lease it back to you for...
say, 1,000 a month?

789
00:46:24,781 --> 00:46:26,575
Top-ranked minivan in the US.

790
00:46:28,744 --> 00:46:30,871
Okay? Good.

791
00:46:30,954 --> 00:46:36,543
Now I want you to take my $7,973,000
with you to Missouri...

792
00:46:37,211 --> 00:46:38,504
and clean it.

793
00:46:42,967 --> 00:46:44,885
-Clean it?
-Mmm-hmm.

794
00:46:46,053 --> 00:46:48,097
It's... That's clean. It's already clean.

795
00:46:49,556 --> 00:46:53,185
You want me to clean it? Again?

796
00:46:53,268 --> 00:46:55,437
You'd lose 15%.

797
00:46:56,771 --> 00:46:59,900
Another 25% in taxes. Minimum.

798
00:46:59,984 --> 00:47:02,319
That's not the point, is it?

799
00:47:03,653 --> 00:47:06,156
[inhales sharply]
I have to see that you can do it.

800
00:47:07,116 --> 00:47:08,617
I'm torn, Marty...

801
00:47:08,700 --> 00:47:11,954
between intrigue
and thinking this whole Ozark thing

802
00:47:12,037 --> 00:47:15,832
is complete and utter
straw-grasping bullshit.

803
00:47:19,836 --> 00:47:21,964
But I'm willing to roll the dice.

804
00:47:23,715 --> 00:47:25,134
Because you're special.

805
00:47:28,095 --> 00:47:29,346
You have a gift.

806
00:47:31,014 --> 00:47:34,601
But if I think
that you're trying to fuck me...

807
00:47:36,603 --> 00:47:39,564
I will have to kill you... and Wendy...

808
00:47:41,066 --> 00:47:42,442
and Jonah...

809
00:47:43,235 --> 00:47:44,444
and Charlotte.

810
00:47:49,491 --> 00:47:50,742
And not in that order.

811
00:47:52,327 --> 00:47:53,328
Yeah.

812
00:47:54,955 --> 00:47:58,125
[in Spanish] Put it all back in his trunk.

813
00:48:03,172 --> 00:48:05,674
You know, Del, the other day you said...

814
00:48:06,841 --> 00:48:10,554
"Where's my $5 million?"
and Bruce and the Hanson kid took eight.

815
00:48:10,637 --> 00:48:11,680
Mm.

816
00:48:14,391 --> 00:48:17,186
You were right. I was fishing.

817
00:48:18,520 --> 00:48:20,522
I didn't know they stole a damn thing.

818
00:48:22,191 --> 00:48:23,650
And you killed Liz on a hunch.

819
00:48:24,609 --> 00:48:26,070
On a tell.

820
00:48:26,153 --> 00:48:28,572
I've been working with you and Bruce
for how long?

821
00:48:29,698 --> 00:48:32,451
You ever known him
not to constantly run his mouth?

822
00:48:50,219 --> 00:48:51,345
[Wendy grunts]

823
00:48:58,185 --> 00:48:59,686
What's really going on, Mom?

824
00:49:00,520 --> 00:49:02,814
You know, Charlotte, it has been, um...

825
00:49:04,149 --> 00:49:05,900
a real hard few days, so...

826
00:49:07,194 --> 00:49:08,487
if there is...

827
00:49:08,945 --> 00:49:14,159
anything in here
that you can just combine... [sighs]

828
00:49:18,080 --> 00:49:21,583
Okay. You're just gonna have to help Mommy
over the next few days, okay?

829
00:49:21,667 --> 00:49:23,961
-Okay. Okay.
-Just keep a really good attitude.

830
00:49:24,044 --> 00:49:25,504
And you have to trust us, all right?

831
00:49:25,587 --> 00:49:28,007
I know we'll work this out later.
I really do.

832
00:49:28,798 --> 00:49:30,134
-Okay?
-Okay.

833
00:49:31,510 --> 00:49:32,928
Thank you. [kisses]

834
00:49:33,011 --> 00:49:34,096
[sniffling]

835
00:49:46,108 --> 00:49:48,610
-[agent] Went straight to voice mail.
-[agent 2] Hang up.

836
00:49:48,693 --> 00:49:50,737
-You want me to keep trying?
-No.

837
00:49:51,655 --> 00:49:52,864
Possible he ran.

838
00:49:53,532 --> 00:49:56,118
Changed his mind.
Took his chippie and left the country.

839
00:49:56,201 --> 00:49:58,828
Agent Petty? I think we got 'em all.

840
00:49:59,913 --> 00:50:03,750
Well, 18 bugs went in. I want 18 out.
My name's on the req.

841
00:50:04,334 --> 00:50:05,335
Yes, sir.

842
00:50:07,546 --> 00:50:10,799
-You don't seem too upset.
-It is what it is.

843
00:50:11,800 --> 00:50:13,135
Liddell was our in.

844
00:50:13,968 --> 00:50:16,763
You heard him. He would have been
a fantastic government witness.

845
00:50:18,932 --> 00:50:21,643
Mexicans, Mafia, Muslims.

846
00:50:21,726 --> 00:50:24,813
We all want to believe
that these people are more than they are.

847
00:50:24,896 --> 00:50:26,606
And they're not. If they weren't...

848
00:50:28,191 --> 00:50:30,068
[sighs] ...dealing drugs,

849
00:50:30,152 --> 00:50:33,113
extorting businesses,
flying planes into buildings,

850
00:50:33,197 --> 00:50:35,449
they'd be cleaning toilets.

851
00:50:36,533 --> 00:50:38,034
They're not criminal geniuses.

852
00:50:38,118 --> 00:50:41,788
They're pathological liars
on the path of least resistance.

853
00:50:42,372 --> 00:50:44,666
Liddell was no different.

854
00:50:47,627 --> 00:50:49,045
Entertaining, though.

855
00:50:51,506 --> 00:50:53,883
Uh, I'm confused.

856
00:50:55,344 --> 00:50:58,180
Del Rio, Navarro, the cartel.

857
00:50:59,431 --> 00:51:03,352
Why... Why would we do all this
if Bruce was just "entertaining"?

858
00:51:09,941 --> 00:51:11,693
Where is Martin Byrde?

859
00:52:24,474 --> 00:52:26,893
-[Wendy] Where you going?
-[Marty] Just gonna take a leak.

860
00:52:36,153 --> 00:52:38,196
["Decks Dark" playing]

861
00:52:54,254 --> 00:52:57,674
♪ Then in your life ♪

862
00:52:57,757 --> 00:53:01,511
♪ There comes a darkness ♪

863
00:53:02,220 --> 00:53:05,515
♪ There's a spacecraft ♪

864
00:53:05,599 --> 00:53:08,101
♪ Blocking out the sky ♪

865
00:53:08,268 --> 00:53:10,896
[sighs, whispers]
I'm so sorry.

866
00:53:11,563 --> 00:53:14,900
-♪ And there's nowhere ♪
-[sighs]

867
00:53:14,983 --> 00:53:16,610
♪ To hide ♪

868
00:53:16,735 --> 00:53:18,320
I'm so sorry.

869
00:53:18,403 --> 00:53:21,156
♪ You run to the back ♪

870
00:53:21,239 --> 00:53:25,619
♪ And you cover your ears ♪

871
00:53:26,328 --> 00:53:29,539
♪ But it's the loudest sound ♪

872
00:53:29,623 --> 00:53:32,584
♪ You've ever heard ♪

873
00:53:33,877 --> 00:53:36,630
♪ And are we trapped ♪

874
00:53:36,713 --> 00:53:41,051
♪ Rag doll cloth people? ♪

875
00:53:41,927 --> 00:53:45,222
♪ We are helpless ♪

876
00:53:45,305 --> 00:53:47,724
♪ To resist ♪

877
00:53:49,809 --> 00:53:52,938
♪ In our ♪

878
00:53:53,021 --> 00:53:59,861
♪ Darkest hour ♪

879
00:54:15,001 --> 00:54:16,252
All right, Dad.

880
00:54:23,051 --> 00:54:26,638
♪ But it was just a laugh
Just a laugh ♪

881
00:54:26,721 --> 00:54:29,808
♪ Just a laugh
Just a laugh ♪

882
00:54:29,891 --> 00:54:32,560
♪ Even at this angle ♪

883
00:54:33,478 --> 00:54:36,022
♪ And so we crumble ♪

884
00:54:36,898 --> 00:54:40,819
♪ A ten-ton head made of wet sand ♪

885
00:54:40,902 --> 00:54:43,571
♪ This dread still covers us ♪

886
00:54:43,655 --> 00:54:46,241
♪ You gotta be kidding me ♪

887
00:54:47,409 --> 00:54:49,786
♪ The grass grows over me ♪

888
00:54:50,745 --> 00:54:54,207
♪ Your face in the glass
In the glass ♪

889
00:54:54,291 --> 00:54:57,377
♪ It was just a laugh
Just a laugh ♪

890
00:54:57,460 --> 00:55:00,171
♪ It's whatever you say it is ♪

891
00:55:01,089 --> 00:55:03,550
♪ A split infinity ♪

892
00:55:05,385 --> 00:55:08,972
♪ And in your life ♪

893
00:55:09,055 --> 00:55:12,600
♪ There comes a darkness ♪

894
00:55:13,226 --> 00:55:16,646
♪ And a spacecraft ♪

895
00:55:16,730 --> 00:55:21,484
♪ Blocking out the sky ♪

896
00:55:22,610 --> 00:55:28,241
♪ And there's nowhere to hide ♪

897
00:55:29,534 --> 00:55:32,120
♪ You run to the back ♪

898
00:55:32,454 --> 00:55:36,708
♪ And you cover your ears ♪

899
00:55:37,375 --> 00:55:40,712
♪ It's the loudest sound ♪

900
00:55:40,795 --> 00:55:43,715
♪ You've ever heard ♪

901
00:55:45,091 --> 00:55:48,219
♪ In your ♪

902
00:55:48,678 --> 00:55:55,602
♪ Darkest hour ♪

903
00:56:19,125 --> 00:56:21,711
♪ If you had another me ♪

904
00:56:22,128 --> 00:56:24,047
♪ If you had another me ♪

905
00:56:25,340 --> 00:56:27,050
♪ So dark ♪

906
00:56:32,555 --> 00:56:34,724
♪ If you had another me ♪

907
00:56:36,142 --> 00:56:38,061
♪ If you had another me ♪

908
00:56:39,145 --> 00:56:41,064
♪ Sweet time ♪

909
00:56:46,152 --> 00:56:48,071
♪ Sweet time ♪

910
00:56:53,159 --> 00:56:55,078
♪ Sweet time ♪
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