Ozark Season 1 Script Episode 6

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 6
"Book of Ruth"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams
Wit Anderson
Martin Zimmerman
Paul Kolsby

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S01-Ep.06: "Book of Ruth"

Jacob educates Marty on his business. Ruth devises and sets in motion a deadly plan. Rachel learns Marty is cooking the books at the Blue Cat Lodge.

TRANSCRIPTION

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-[hammering]
-[saw whirring]

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[tires squeal]

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[tires screeching]

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[grunting]

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Get the fuck away from me.

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-[Ash] Get up.
-Get the fuck away from me!

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-Get the fuck up!
-What's your problem?

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-Get the...
-[man grunts]

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Okay, all right!

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Get in the truck!

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[all grunting]

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-Get in the fucking truck. Get--
-[grunting]

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[Charlotte] I'm not doing
the swim team this year.

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[Wendy] What? You love swim team.

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[scoffs] Not here.

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But you haven't even given it a try.

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You haven't done it here.

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-[Charlotte] Mom!
-Charlotte--

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[Charlotte] Mom!
Isn't that Dad's bike up there?

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Where is he?

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Just stay in the car.

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Stay in the car.

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Marty?

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[dials]

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[crickets chirping ringtone]

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Marty!

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Welcome to our home, Martin Byrde.

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In 1929...

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power company stole our land,
flooded us out.

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Snells fled up the mountains,
and started all over again.

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Trouble is, ain't much grows up here.

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Doesn't matter how much you turn the soil.

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It's the water.

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So the crop had to change.

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Do you know what'll grow almost anywhere
the sun shine, Martin?

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Let me tell you.

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Poppies.

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Sandy soil and drought, they don't care.

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But then, you came along...

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-[Marty] I think, um-- I--
-You think?

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-Yeah... [grunts]
-You think?

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You know, the problem we have here
is one of power.

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And you seem to think
you've got more of it than you do.

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Now, in these parts,
power comes from time.

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And our family,
we got a history older than anything.

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So if you think...

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that you can talk us out of getting
what we want

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with your pretty little words...

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then you have not yet understood
the purpose of this tour.

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[grunts]

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[gasps, coughing]

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You are a threat to my colony,
Martin Byrde.

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You have disturbed the ecology
of our delicate little system,

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interrupted the back end of our operation
when you took over the club,

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and now you have destroyed
our very means of distribution.

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-I don't see how I could've possibly--
-The church, Martin.

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The preacher.

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We need the preacher on the water.

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Certain members in his congregation
are in our employ.

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The lake is under patrol,
his service less so.

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Now, you pull that pigeon
out of the water...

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and suddenly our resellers are on land...

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and much more likely to be pulled over.

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And that will not do.

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Cease all construction on the church.

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I can do that next month.

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[sniffles] Uh...

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[panting] ...but right now...

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my employer would be very upset--

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There's a photo on a table
in your living room,

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your family on a cable car
in San Francisco.

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Another one at Myrtle Beach.

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Across from the couch, there's a window
you keep open mostly at night,

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not 15 feet from your boy's bedroom,
up the hall on the right.

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And your girl's just after that.

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And yours, Byrde, is at the very end.

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Your toothbrush is blue.

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We know all about you, Martin.

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We know you work for someone dangerous...

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and perhaps we can't touch you...

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or else we risk retaliation.

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We also know...

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that you left Chicago
quicker than a heartbeat.

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So, personally, I'm inclined to believe

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that you're on the outs
with your employer...

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and us taking care of you
might be doing him a favor.

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So if this little tour hasn't
done the trick,

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then we will enforce our demands
in a more roundabout way,

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by our backup plan.

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Pastor Mason Young...

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and his lovely, pregnant wife...

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Gracie June.

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Okay.

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[sighs] Okay.

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The construction will never finish.

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That's the game.

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Okay? And your pastor can stay
on the water indefinitely.

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Does that work?

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We don't want another nail.

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We don't want another screw
in those two acres.

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We see so much as a cross goin' up...

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and we will cut that baby out
with a paring knife.

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-Marty!
-Dad?

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Marty?

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Call the Blue Cat, see if he's there.

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[panting]

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[grunts softly]

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[Charlotte]
Rachel hasn't seen Dad all day.

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Okay, kids, I need you
to go to your room right now!

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-[Charlotte] I'm calling 911.
-No, no. Charlotte?

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Charlotte, please, honey,
just go to your room, all right? [panting]

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[door opens]

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[door closes]

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[Jonah] Dad. He's here.
He's here, Mom.

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[gasping]

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[Marty] I don't know what kind of shape
the bike's in.

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He just came out of nowhere
and he just kept going.

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He might not have realized he hit me.

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Hey, honey. I'm okay.

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I'm here now. I'm okay.

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Oh, my God, your leg.

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Yeah, it's gross, but, uh,

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you know, fortunately, Sue Ellen, uh,
Todd's wife, was passing by...

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-Yeah?
-...and she gave me a ride home.

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-Oh, good.
-Which was really nice of her.

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But we beat you.

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[Marty] What's that?

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[Jonah] But we beat you here.

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You weren't there when we passed,

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so you must have already
been with Mrs. Becker.

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But we beat you here.

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-Um... Thanks.
-Mm-hmm.

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Uh, right. Yeah, no,
she got lost on the way here,

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and I wasn't paying attention.

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-We're just glad you're all right.
-[sighs] Yeah.

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[Ruth] Lord help you...

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if you eat all my Pringles.

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[Wyatt] What do you got, like, a date?

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Shut it, Wy. [sighs]

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Hey.

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You look nice.

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Thanks. [chuckles]

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[chains jangling]

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[door opens]

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[door closes]

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Hi, Daddy.

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I mean, what the fuck
kind of place is this?

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You know? Those people? They're gonna
cut a human out of another human?

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Not if we do what they want.

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You know, they've been in this house.

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-They know which windows we keep open.
-What?

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They know the photos that we have,
the color of my toothbrush.

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What the fuck are they doing
inside our house?

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Casing us. What do you think?

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The good news is that we're safe because
they're hedging that I'm untouchable,

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but bad news is I'm not.

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But they think you are?

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-Yeah. For now.
-Okay.

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I mean, Wendy, they...
they had a gun at my back.

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Another one on my head.

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Seen too many fucking guns
the last three months.

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-Seen too much blood--
-The kids are safe.

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You and I are safe.

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-But we have to fix this.
-I know.

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[Ruth] Every time I check the money,
there's less of it.

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The stacks are half
of what they were a month ago.

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[Cade] So move on 'em.

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That cash isn't worth
the paper it's printed on

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if I don't know how to clean it.

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You're the smartest person
this side of the Mississippi.

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Anything you don't know yet,
you'll figure.

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-It's just, I don't... I...
-It's just what?

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-[sighs]
-Just you never done it before?

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Huh. First times can be fun, you know.

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There's a... tingle that happens
right before you do it.

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Do you ever watch those nature shows?
The cheetahs and the gazelles and...

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It's natural selection, Ruth.

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A moron's a different species
than you and me.

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We got a right to take 'em out.

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This guy...

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he's a downright numbskull

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for leaving that shit under his bed
to begin with.

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You agree?

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-You agree?
-Yeah, I agree. I think you're right.

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A lot of accidents happen on the lake.

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Look for opportunity.

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Find the scenario you can control...

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and you do what nature intended.

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Hey. You'll be fine, Ruthie.

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You got me inside you.

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[male announcer chattering on TV]

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Check this.

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Holy shit.

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Good?

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[stammers]

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[chuckles] You could sell this.

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-Serious?
-Mm-hmm!

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I mean, you got the eyes
in the exact right spot.

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You tapered the edges.

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Guys would spend
five or six bucks for that.

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Some suckers, a lot more.

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Well, they... they could buy
a factory fly for 30 cents,

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do the job just fine.

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-[chuckles]
-Why they buy that?

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Because rich people are always looking
for new ways to spend their money.

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-Okay.
-Hey.

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Listen...

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I've been thinking about opening a shop
down here for a while now.

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Bait and tackle.
Sell two-handed rods, waders...

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[sighs] ...all kinds of gear.

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Hand-tied flies like this.

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What would you say
about coming in with me on this?

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You and me in business?

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Why not?

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We'd be stuck.

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-So?
-[chuckles]

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No, man. I mean, we'd need...
we'd need capital.

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It'd cost a lot up front.

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No. It doesn't have to be a big place.

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We could operate in cash, so we don't
have to pay credit card fees.

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Still, all that inventory, the rent...

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What about that guy
your niece works with? Byrde?

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-Yeah, get him to invest.
-Not him.

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Why not? He seems to be throwing down
on a lot of places.

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No. I mean, he just...

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Actually, you know... you know what?

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Hmm?

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[sighs] Real soon I might, uh,

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have some of my own money
to put into this thing.

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[Petty stammers]

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[sighs] God, never use your own money
on a venture.

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Business manager,
he told me that, once, in a Starbucks.

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Byrde, he's better.

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We could make a business plan...

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get Ruth to make an introduction.

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Hmm? Come on. Come on with me.

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-[chuckling] Hmm?
-Get back. Stop it.

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Oh, no, no, no. Okay. Okay.

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-[sniffles]
-All right.

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All right?

241
00:16:06,632 --> 00:16:09,301
I mean, we can...
we can go to Splitz tomorrow.

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Talk to my niece.

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[Wendy] It turns out that the lot isn't
zoned for a religious establishment.

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-Mason?
-Yeah?

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00:16:20,187 --> 00:16:22,815
You're gonna get your church. I promise.
We're gonna sort this out.

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But... until then, there just can't be
any more construction, okay?

247
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Not by you, or me, or the crew.
No one.

248
00:16:31,323 --> 00:16:34,868
Good news is that you can
get right back out on the water...

249
00:16:35,452 --> 00:16:36,662
preaching the good word.

250
00:16:38,497 --> 00:16:40,916
"Everything is difficult
before it is easy."

251
00:16:43,169 --> 00:16:45,379
-[Charlotte] I finished it this morning.
-[Wyatt] Right.

252
00:16:45,462 --> 00:16:47,298
Figured you'd want it back
in your private library.

253
00:16:47,381 --> 00:16:49,591
Wouldn't believe
the late fees they charge.

254
00:16:50,175 --> 00:16:51,552
I haven't seen you around.

255
00:16:52,011 --> 00:16:54,638
Yeah. You know, uh... work.

256
00:16:54,721 --> 00:16:57,141
-Hey, Wyatt.
-Yeah?

257
00:16:57,224 --> 00:17:00,144
Got some fiberglass work
on the Lucas boat.

258
00:17:01,562 --> 00:17:02,563
Oh, hey.

259
00:17:03,230 --> 00:17:05,566
-Hi.
-Yeah. Dad, just give me a second.

260
00:17:05,649 --> 00:17:06,817
All right.

261
00:17:08,069 --> 00:17:10,237
Hey, well, it was, uh...
it was really good to see you.

262
00:17:10,321 --> 00:17:11,447
Yeah.

263
00:17:12,948 --> 00:17:14,325
Oh, yeah, Charlotte.

264
00:17:14,408 --> 00:17:16,577
[grunts] FT party is this weekend.

265
00:17:16,660 --> 00:17:18,620
-What's that?
-Fuck the Tourists.

266
00:17:18,704 --> 00:17:21,540
It's a big locals' thing.
Celebrates the end of summer.

267
00:17:22,208 --> 00:17:23,209
Oh. Uh...

268
00:17:24,085 --> 00:17:26,545
Sounds cool, I guess. You know, I...

269
00:17:26,628 --> 00:17:27,879
Not your scene.

270
00:17:28,547 --> 00:17:29,715
Sorry. Just...

271
00:17:31,007 --> 00:17:32,051
Sorry.

272
00:17:39,015 --> 00:17:41,143
All right, hand me that patch kit.

273
00:17:44,730 --> 00:17:45,856
It's not you, you know.

274
00:17:46,690 --> 00:17:49,193
-What?
-That girl...

275
00:17:50,402 --> 00:17:51,820
She just doesn't know who she is yet.

276
00:17:53,905 --> 00:17:56,075
[Marty] I mean, without the church,

277
00:17:56,158 --> 00:17:58,327
we're back to the Blue Cat and the club,
and I just...

278
00:17:58,410 --> 00:18:01,288
I don't know if those two can handle
the rest of it, you know?

279
00:18:01,705 --> 00:18:05,000
-[Wendy] You'll make it work.
-[Marty] Yeah, what if I can't? What then?

280
00:18:05,959 --> 00:18:07,128
We run.

281
00:18:08,044 --> 00:18:09,713
We put the kids in the car, and we run.

282
00:18:09,796 --> 00:18:11,340
You know, we do need money. We do.

283
00:18:11,423 --> 00:18:14,551
We need money.
We need clean money in our name.

284
00:18:14,635 --> 00:18:18,264
All of our personal assets are wrapped up
in that goddamn bulldozed house

285
00:18:18,347 --> 00:18:19,681
and the church lot.

286
00:18:19,765 --> 00:18:21,225
-We're fucked.
-Okay.

287
00:18:21,308 --> 00:18:23,477
-Look, you just focus on Del's money...
-Yeah.

288
00:18:23,560 --> 00:18:26,105
-...and I'll worry about ours. Okay?
-Yeah.

289
00:18:27,689 --> 00:18:28,565
Good luck.

290
00:18:35,322 --> 00:18:37,950
[Wendy] This has been the best quarter
you've had in seven years, Sam.

291
00:18:38,033 --> 00:18:39,326
-[Sam chuckles] Yeah.
-Your sales,

292
00:18:39,410 --> 00:18:41,328
they're up 43% from last August.

293
00:18:41,412 --> 00:18:44,581
I mean, while the regional comps,
they're down 6%.

294
00:18:44,665 --> 00:18:47,876
I mean, and the only real difference
you've made in your...

295
00:18:47,959 --> 00:18:51,213
in your business model,
over the last year, is me.

296
00:18:51,297 --> 00:18:53,465
Well, my mom puts in
the extra time, too, though.

297
00:18:55,091 --> 00:18:57,178
Sam, I have to redo everything she does.

298
00:18:57,261 --> 00:18:59,263
I know, but she still puts in the time.

299
00:19:00,639 --> 00:19:02,057
I deserve a bonus.

300
00:19:02,558 --> 00:19:05,227
These cookies are awful.
Did you bake these?

301
00:19:05,311 --> 00:19:08,021
Eugenia, would you mind terribly if...
if we just finished up here?

302
00:19:08,104 --> 00:19:10,106
Yes, I would. We're about to open.

303
00:19:11,400 --> 00:19:14,403
Okay. Wendy, go ahead.
What were you gonna say?

304
00:19:16,322 --> 00:19:17,656
Since I've been working with you,

305
00:19:17,739 --> 00:19:21,117
you've been able to increase
your commission from 5 to 7%.

306
00:19:21,202 --> 00:19:22,953
Now, I did some math.

307
00:19:23,036 --> 00:19:28,459
And you've been able to have
an additional earnings of $192,000.

308
00:19:28,542 --> 00:19:29,918
I think it's only fair

309
00:19:30,001 --> 00:19:33,297
that I should request a bonus
beyond my hourly,

310
00:19:33,380 --> 00:19:36,592
that will align my total compensation
with my value.

311
00:19:36,675 --> 00:19:37,968
-[scoffs]
-Okay.

312
00:19:39,428 --> 00:19:40,804
What are we talking?

313
00:19:42,764 --> 00:19:44,474
Half your increase in income.

314
00:19:44,975 --> 00:19:46,185
Half?

315
00:19:48,312 --> 00:19:49,188
[Wendy] Oh.

316
00:19:49,688 --> 00:19:51,315
And, you know, if you don't agree,

317
00:19:51,398 --> 00:19:54,360
I thank you for everything,
and you know, I'll just go...

318
00:19:54,443 --> 00:19:56,903
I'll go right on over to, uh,
to Lakeview Realty.

319
00:19:56,987 --> 00:19:58,530
-I'll see what they can offer me.
-No.

320
00:19:58,614 --> 00:19:59,615
Mom, just...

321
00:19:59,698 --> 00:20:02,326
Okay. Okay. I'll give you 10,000.

322
00:20:02,743 --> 00:20:03,869
Forty.

323
00:20:03,952 --> 00:20:06,913
That coupled with my salary
will be a little less than a third

324
00:20:06,997 --> 00:20:09,500
of your additional profits, give or take.

325
00:20:10,042 --> 00:20:11,668
-Take. With you.
-Okay. Mom.

326
00:20:11,752 --> 00:20:14,796
[Eugenia] This hussy comes in here,
bats her eyes

327
00:20:14,880 --> 00:20:18,091
and gets your money gone faster
than a toupee in a hurricane.

328
00:20:18,174 --> 00:20:20,886
You know, I think I'll just go on
and do it, finally.

329
00:20:20,969 --> 00:20:24,515
Change my will.
Give my money to the ASPCA.

330
00:20:24,598 --> 00:20:27,183
Save a stray cat,
since that's what you're doing.

331
00:20:27,809 --> 00:20:28,977
[Sam] Mom...

332
00:20:29,395 --> 00:20:31,605
[sighs] Goddamn it.

333
00:20:34,816 --> 00:20:37,861
25,000.
And you take care of the open house today.

334
00:20:40,864 --> 00:20:41,948
Mom...?

335
00:20:42,783 --> 00:20:45,201
-[rock music playing]
-[overlapping chatter]

336
00:21:08,058 --> 00:21:09,142
[Marty] Yeah, listen, Ruth,

337
00:21:09,225 --> 00:21:11,562
I'm gonna be coming by tomorrow afternoon
with my contractor.

338
00:21:11,645 --> 00:21:12,979
We're gonna reroof the club

339
00:21:13,063 --> 00:21:15,357
and we're gonna do a little work
in the employees' lounge.

340
00:21:15,441 --> 00:21:17,776
No. We just redid the employee lounge.

341
00:21:17,859 --> 00:21:19,653
I'm gonna need a ride afterwards.
They need...

342
00:21:19,736 --> 00:21:22,072
They need another van
to help expedite the work,

343
00:21:22,155 --> 00:21:23,449
so I'm just gonna leave them mine.

344
00:21:24,491 --> 00:21:25,575
A ride?

345
00:21:26,076 --> 00:21:28,537
Yeah. Sometime in the afternoon.
I'm not sure when.

346
00:21:30,456 --> 00:21:32,291
Uh, yeah, I... I can give you a ride.

347
00:21:33,166 --> 00:21:34,668
Okay. Thank you.

348
00:21:43,427 --> 00:21:45,053
[knocking on door]

349
00:21:45,929 --> 00:21:47,348
-[Marty] Hey.
-Hey.

350
00:21:47,431 --> 00:21:48,349
[Marty] How you doing?

351
00:21:48,432 --> 00:21:50,892
There are, like,
a dozen staff members outside,

352
00:21:50,976 --> 00:21:54,313
all dying to buy you a beer,
and you're stuck in your cave

353
00:21:54,396 --> 00:21:56,523
-with your worried face.
-Yeah.

354
00:21:56,607 --> 00:21:59,025
Goodness.
You are the worst at celebrating.

355
00:21:59,109 --> 00:22:02,654
[stammering] Uh, well, listen,
we gotta recarpet the rooms,

356
00:22:02,738 --> 00:22:03,947
and I've already placed the order,

357
00:22:04,030 --> 00:22:07,493
so I'm just waiting to hear if we can, uh,
take delivery next week.

358
00:22:08,952 --> 00:22:10,454
We're fully booked next week.

359
00:22:10,537 --> 00:22:12,498
We've got three open suites,

360
00:22:12,581 --> 00:22:14,958
so I was just gonna rotate guests
as they come,

361
00:22:15,042 --> 00:22:18,211
and we'll do the regular rooms first,
then we'll do the cabins afterwards.

362
00:22:20,339 --> 00:22:21,882
Why don't we just wait
till the off-season?

363
00:22:21,965 --> 00:22:24,551
Better to do it now. 
'Cause they upcharge in the off-season.

364
00:22:24,634 --> 00:22:27,679
Everybody does their renovations then.
Sound good?

365
00:22:27,763 --> 00:22:29,180
[quiet, gentle laugh]

366
00:22:34,310 --> 00:22:36,563
[rock music continues in distance]

367
00:22:45,489 --> 00:22:47,616
You know I like this place again?

368
00:22:49,910 --> 00:22:51,787
-[thuds]
-[chuckles]

369
00:22:56,249 --> 00:22:57,084
Good.

370
00:22:57,459 --> 00:23:02,213
And I mean for, like...
the first time since my grandma died.

371
00:23:04,758 --> 00:23:07,719
You know how I...
I told you not to get my hopes up?

372
00:23:09,471 --> 00:23:11,932
[chuckles] Well, they're up.

373
00:23:15,852 --> 00:23:17,771
-Yeah?
-They're up. [chuckles]

374
00:23:19,106 --> 00:23:19,940
Good.

375
00:23:21,900 --> 00:23:23,401
Okay, well...

376
00:23:24,778 --> 00:23:26,697
there's a drink with your name on it.

377
00:23:27,614 --> 00:23:30,659
-Thank you. I'll be up there in a bit.
-Okay.

378
00:23:32,035 --> 00:23:32,994
[door closes]

379
00:23:43,589 --> 00:23:45,298
Byrde swooping in.

380
00:23:49,761 --> 00:23:52,973
Your kids are in there
killing towel heads to heavy metal.

381
00:23:53,056 --> 00:23:54,475
I couldn't hear myself fart.

382
00:23:54,558 --> 00:23:58,520
Okay. You know what, Buddy?
If it isn't too inconvenient...

383
00:23:59,896 --> 00:24:01,231
would you shut up?

384
00:24:02,691 --> 00:24:05,068
So I can drown my stress in quiet.

385
00:24:07,779 --> 00:24:10,281
-What's itching your crotch?
-Shh, shh, shh.

386
00:24:10,365 --> 00:24:12,367
Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.

387
00:24:28,466 --> 00:24:29,593
[Wendy] Why'd you move here?

388
00:24:41,062 --> 00:24:44,274
I dealt with unions back in Detroit.

389
00:24:48,194 --> 00:24:49,738
And politicians.

390
00:24:55,911 --> 00:24:57,996
There was a bit of trouble.

391
00:25:00,916 --> 00:25:02,042
Came here.

392
00:25:04,878 --> 00:25:06,713
For the Magic Dragon.

393
00:25:12,343 --> 00:25:13,929
What kind of trouble?

394
00:25:31,780 --> 00:25:33,782
I killed Jimmy Hoffa.

395
00:25:42,123 --> 00:25:44,376
-[chortling]
-[laughs]

396
00:25:49,589 --> 00:25:51,091
[coughing]

397
00:25:51,174 --> 00:25:53,009
[grunts] Ah, fuck!

398
00:25:53,093 --> 00:25:55,095
[coughs and grunts]

399
00:25:56,680 --> 00:25:57,681
[continues grunting]

400
00:26:00,433 --> 00:26:02,352
Oh, fuckin' thing...
401
00:26:03,061 --> 00:26:05,272
-[oxygen hissing]
-[sniffles and grunts]

402
00:26:07,857 --> 00:26:08,858
[coughs]

403
00:26:09,276 --> 00:26:10,402
[sighs]

404
00:26:17,868 --> 00:26:19,953
Gonna tell me why you came here?

405
00:26:21,621 --> 00:26:22,747
Nope.

406
00:26:24,582 --> 00:26:25,583
[Buddy grunts]

407
00:26:29,630 --> 00:26:31,757
-[sighs]
-I was in politics once.

408
00:26:32,924 --> 00:26:34,134
In Chicago.

409
00:26:36,678 --> 00:26:39,723
Obama's second state legislature campaign.

410
00:26:43,727 --> 00:26:45,020
I was good at it.

411
00:26:47,313 --> 00:26:50,441
Goddamn it. I was really...
I was really good at it.

412
00:26:52,694 --> 00:26:55,071
I just loved everything he stood for.

413
00:26:56,072 --> 00:26:58,408
What we were all trying to do together.

414
00:27:00,160 --> 00:27:02,328
I quit after Charlotte was born.

415
00:27:03,705 --> 00:27:06,374
Childcare was more than my paycheck, so...

416
00:27:09,252 --> 00:27:11,379
And now, here I am.

417
00:27:13,423 --> 00:27:16,217
In Nowhere, Missouri.

418
00:27:19,054 --> 00:27:20,638
And Obama's...

419
00:27:21,932 --> 00:27:23,183
Obama.

420
00:27:25,060 --> 00:27:26,477
[sighs]

421
00:27:27,854 --> 00:27:30,523
Well, he seems like a smart enough guy.

422
00:27:31,232 --> 00:27:32,233
[grunts]

423
00:27:33,484 --> 00:27:35,403
Not that I'd ever vote for a Muslim.

424
00:27:35,486 --> 00:27:37,906
[Wendy chuckles] Jesus Christ.

425
00:27:39,658 --> 00:27:40,617
[Buddy coughs]

426
00:27:41,201 --> 00:27:42,660
Hey, how's that heart?

427
00:27:42,744 --> 00:27:45,163
Oh, it's fucking great. [coughs]

428
00:27:47,415 --> 00:27:49,084
There's a package for you.

429
00:27:49,167 --> 00:27:51,795
Left it on the counter.
It came this afternoon.

430
00:27:51,878 --> 00:27:52,837
Thanks.

431
00:27:55,090 --> 00:27:56,382
[Buddy grunts]

432
00:28:12,857 --> 00:28:13,692
Hi.

433
00:28:14,317 --> 00:28:16,319
What are you doing sitting alone
in the dark?

434
00:28:20,865 --> 00:28:21,783
Wendy?

435
00:28:23,409 --> 00:28:24,870
Del sent us something.

436
00:30:17,232 --> 00:30:18,858
[squeaking]

437
00:30:33,123 --> 00:30:34,624
[electricity crackles]

438
00:30:36,417 --> 00:30:38,253
[Russ] We got a business plan
and everything.

439
00:30:40,255 --> 00:30:42,590
We got other shit in motion, moron.

440
00:30:42,673 --> 00:30:45,051
Or did your thick head just forget?

441
00:30:45,135 --> 00:30:46,802
I ain't the one who forgot!

442
00:30:46,887 --> 00:30:48,889
Way you been sitting on shit,

443
00:30:48,972 --> 00:30:51,057
looks like you're the one
who lost sight of the goal.

444
00:30:51,141 --> 00:30:54,269
[inhales] Can you give us just one sec?

445
00:30:56,354 --> 00:30:57,897
-No problem.
-Thank you.

446
00:30:57,981 --> 00:30:59,148
[door opens]

447
00:31:01,025 --> 00:31:01,901
[door closes]

448
00:31:04,362 --> 00:31:06,156
It's about opportunity.

449
00:31:06,239 --> 00:31:09,034
And without opportunity, you get caught.

450
00:31:09,117 --> 00:31:10,201
And guess what?

451
00:31:10,285 --> 00:31:14,622
I got my hands on some good goddamn
opportunity this afternoon.

452
00:31:14,706 --> 00:31:15,540
So fuck off.

453
00:31:15,623 --> 00:31:18,459
Bullshit, you do. What?

454
00:31:18,543 --> 00:31:20,586
[scoffs] No way.

455
00:31:20,670 --> 00:31:22,213
'Cause you don't got a plan!

456
00:31:24,549 --> 00:31:27,010
His dock. Okay?

457
00:31:27,093 --> 00:31:29,470
I'm rigging it to light him up.

458
00:31:29,554 --> 00:31:33,308
I'm gonna give him a ride home,
and watch him burn.

459
00:31:33,391 --> 00:31:35,018
Perfect accident.

460
00:31:35,101 --> 00:31:37,645
And if you wanna take that chunk
for your payday,

461
00:31:37,728 --> 00:31:39,272
and open a bait shop...

462
00:31:39,355 --> 00:31:41,482
-And tackle.
-...then you go right on.

463
00:31:41,566 --> 00:31:42,775
In the meantime,

464
00:31:42,858 --> 00:31:46,154
shut your fucknugget mouth
and get the hell out.

465
00:31:51,326 --> 00:31:54,078
[door opens, closes]

466
00:31:57,582 --> 00:32:00,251
[Petty] Hey. What the hell was that about?

467
00:32:00,335 --> 00:32:01,752
Fucking bitch, that's what.

468
00:32:01,836 --> 00:32:03,588
[Petty] Come on. Hey.

469
00:32:03,671 --> 00:32:06,132
[Russ]
She's an entitled piece of shit is all.

470
00:32:09,094 --> 00:32:10,095
Fuck!

471
00:32:16,726 --> 00:32:19,854
[inhales deeply] Russ,
what was she talking about in there?

472
00:32:19,938 --> 00:32:21,481
What is in motion?

473
00:32:24,650 --> 00:32:28,279
Let's just say Marty Byrde 
isn't gonna be investing in much anymore.

474
00:32:28,363 --> 00:32:29,864
And what does that mean?

475
00:32:32,533 --> 00:32:34,410
If you and Ruth are planning
on doing something,

476
00:32:34,494 --> 00:32:35,536
I wanna know about it.

477
00:32:35,620 --> 00:32:38,706
Especially if it has to do with--
Hey, would you look at me? Hey!

478
00:32:41,376 --> 00:32:44,379
Don't go doing something
that's gonna get your ass thrown in jail.

479
00:32:46,881 --> 00:32:48,674
I just fucking found you.

480
00:32:52,053 --> 00:32:53,096
[Charlotte] Hey, Anna.

481
00:32:53,179 --> 00:32:55,598
Uh, have you had the chance
to look over the handbook?

482
00:32:55,681 --> 00:32:57,142
You have any questions?

483
00:32:57,225 --> 00:32:59,227
Uh, you know, no, I haven't opened it yet.

484
00:32:59,310 --> 00:33:01,479
Wow. [chuckles] Busy few days, huh?

485
00:33:01,562 --> 00:33:02,772
-[chuckles] Yeah.
-Yeah.

486
00:33:02,855 --> 00:33:05,650
Well, listen, my friends and I are getting
some fries on the deck

487
00:33:05,733 --> 00:33:07,485
if you want to join us later, maybe.

488
00:33:07,568 --> 00:33:08,778
Oh. Um...

489
00:33:09,570 --> 00:33:10,780
[Zach] Naperthrill!

490
00:33:13,491 --> 00:33:16,577
Um, I have a thing to do tonight,
so I can't.

491
00:33:16,661 --> 00:33:18,913
Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Well, next time.

492
00:33:18,997 --> 00:33:20,123
Yeah. Definitely.

493
00:33:20,706 --> 00:33:21,832
Bye.

494
00:33:31,384 --> 00:33:32,218
So, Zach...

495
00:33:33,094 --> 00:33:34,637
that invite to Party Cove still good?

496
00:33:36,806 --> 00:33:37,682
We're going now.

497
00:33:41,519 --> 00:33:44,147
-Give me five minutes.
-Okay.

498
00:33:47,233 --> 00:33:49,360
["Waiting For You" playing]

499
00:33:49,444 --> 00:33:51,946
♪ Thought we were beautiful for a second ♪

500
00:33:52,030 --> 00:33:54,574
♪ Gave you all control
I regret it ♪

501
00:33:55,241 --> 00:33:58,994
♪ 'Cause on and on and on
You let me fall ♪

502
00:33:59,079 --> 00:34:00,621
[inaudible]

503
00:34:00,705 --> 00:34:02,998
♪ Told you I'd give it all in a minute ♪

504
00:34:03,083 --> 00:34:05,710
♪ Found it unusual when you didn't ♪

505
00:34:06,294 --> 00:34:09,380
♪ So I'll just wait right here
Until you do ♪

506
00:34:10,423 --> 00:34:12,592
♪ And I'll just be waiting for you ♪

507
00:34:21,267 --> 00:34:24,395
-♪ And I'll just be waiting for you ♪
-[cheering]

508
00:34:25,730 --> 00:34:28,066
[cheering, chattering]

509
00:34:46,126 --> 00:34:47,793
-[Zach] Whoo!
-[laughs]

510
00:34:48,461 --> 00:34:50,505
Uh, I'll just pick you up
with the boat, okay?

511
00:34:50,588 --> 00:34:51,922
[Marty] No, I'll just call Wendy.

512
00:34:52,006 --> 00:34:55,135
I'm sure she can get rid of Sam early
and come get me.

513
00:34:55,218 --> 00:34:56,677
It's not a big deal. I'm on my way.

514
00:34:56,761 --> 00:34:58,346
Meet me at the strip dock.

515
00:34:58,805 --> 00:35:00,765
-Are you sure?
-Yeah.

516
00:35:01,682 --> 00:35:02,517
Okay.

517
00:35:02,600 --> 00:35:03,434
Bye.

518
00:35:13,736 --> 00:35:15,738
-[switch clicks]
-[electricity buzzing]

519
00:35:18,491 --> 00:35:21,786
-["Black Beatles" playing]
-♪ Smoke in the air, binge drinking ♪

520
00:35:22,703 --> 00:35:25,540
♪ They lose it when
The DJ drops the needle ♪

521
00:35:26,332 --> 00:35:28,959
♪ Getting so cold I'm not blinkin' ♪

522
00:35:29,669 --> 00:35:32,422
♪ What in the world was I thinkin'? ♪

523
00:35:32,505 --> 00:35:35,383
♪ New day, new money to be made ♪

524
00:35:36,092 --> 00:35:38,761
♪ There is nothin' to explain ♪

525
00:35:40,763 --> 00:35:42,848
-It's right there on the left.
-Thanks.

526
00:35:46,852 --> 00:35:48,062
[sighs]

527
00:35:50,398 --> 00:35:51,774
[sighs]

528
00:35:54,569 --> 00:35:55,611
[exhales sharply]

529
00:36:00,741 --> 00:36:02,160
[sighs]

530
00:36:12,587 --> 00:36:13,588
Okay.

531
00:36:14,255 --> 00:36:15,465
Beer?

532
00:36:17,216 --> 00:36:18,259
I'll take yours.

533
00:36:23,473 --> 00:36:26,601
-You are...
-What?

534
00:36:29,812 --> 00:36:30,896
How old are you?

535
00:36:35,818 --> 00:36:37,737
Old enough to drink that beer?

536
00:36:39,655 --> 00:36:40,698
Nope.

537
00:37:06,974 --> 00:37:08,434
You sure this is okay?

538
00:37:11,229 --> 00:37:14,064
♪ That girl is a real crowd-pleaser ♪

539
00:37:14,148 --> 00:37:17,277
♪ Small world
All her friends know me ♪

540
00:37:17,360 --> 00:37:20,070
♪ Young bull livin' like an old geezer ♪

541
00:37:20,655 --> 00:37:23,449
♪ Quick release the cash
Watch it fall slowly ♪

542
00:37:24,450 --> 00:37:27,328
♪ Frat girls still tryin' to get even ♪

543
00:37:27,412 --> 00:37:30,205
♪ Haters mad for whatever reason ♪

544
00:37:30,289 --> 00:37:32,291
[no audible sounds]

545
00:38:19,755 --> 00:38:22,049
[Marty speaking indistinctly]

546
00:38:24,719 --> 00:38:27,179
[Marty] You know, I'm not...
I'm not sure what her...

547
00:38:27,262 --> 00:38:28,889
what her schedule is, you know?

548
00:38:28,973 --> 00:38:32,768
She'll probably be, um,
out and about doing something.

549
00:38:32,852 --> 00:38:36,314
Um... but somebody should be here
around 4:00.

550
00:38:36,397 --> 00:38:40,318
Um, and if not,
maybe just put the keys on the...

551
00:38:40,401 --> 00:38:43,070
you know, on the tire
or something like that.

552
00:38:43,154 --> 00:38:45,698
Just on the top of the, um...
wheel well.

553
00:38:48,200 --> 00:38:49,118
That'd be great.

554
00:38:51,912 --> 00:38:55,082
So, that... that works, right? Ruth?

555
00:38:56,167 --> 00:38:57,501
-Hello?
-Hmm?

556
00:38:58,836 --> 00:39:00,505
Can you drop off the van tomorrow?

557
00:39:01,672 --> 00:39:03,382
Yeah. Yeah.

558
00:39:03,466 --> 00:39:05,175
Thank you. Thanks for the ride.

559
00:39:05,843 --> 00:39:08,220
Oh, and, you know,
you've been great at the club.

560
00:39:08,721 --> 00:39:10,598
Really. Thank you.

561
00:39:10,681 --> 00:39:12,350
-Thanks.
-G'night.

562
00:39:15,686 --> 00:39:17,229
[crickets chirping ringtone]

563
00:39:21,359 --> 00:39:22,360
[Marty] Hello.

564
00:39:23,778 --> 00:39:26,238
Yeah, the files are all delivered. Uh...

565
00:39:26,322 --> 00:39:28,908
You should be ready to start tomorrow...
[continues indistinctly]

566
00:39:35,539 --> 00:39:37,041
-[scoffs softly]
-[twig snaps]

567
00:39:38,334 --> 00:39:39,418
Hey.

568
00:39:40,002 --> 00:39:40,836
[chuckles]

569
00:39:42,672 --> 00:39:44,339
[sniffles] You on a rabbit hunt?

570
00:39:44,424 --> 00:39:46,634
-[gun cocks]
-Whoa, whoa.

571
00:39:47,635 --> 00:39:48,969
Didn't mean to bother.

572
00:39:59,814 --> 00:40:01,982
[Marty] No, I understand. I get it.

573
00:40:02,066 --> 00:40:03,401
Yeah, it's, uh...

574
00:40:03,484 --> 00:40:05,736
I really, really, really appreciate it.

575
00:40:05,820 --> 00:40:06,695
Okay?

576
00:40:07,488 --> 00:40:10,450
Uh, let's...
I guess we'll talk in a day or two?

577
00:40:11,325 --> 00:40:13,411
Okay. Thank you so much.

578
00:40:15,996 --> 00:40:17,790
[sighs]
We're getting the carpet by Tuesday.

579
00:40:17,873 --> 00:40:19,917
So... [chuckles]
Where does that leave us?

580
00:40:20,000 --> 00:40:22,002
Close. Very, very close.

581
00:40:22,086 --> 00:40:26,466
That's 16,000 square feet
at 69 cents a foot,

582
00:40:26,549 --> 00:40:30,177
billed as 32,000 square feet
at $8.75 a foot.

583
00:40:30,260 --> 00:40:32,430
That's $270,000 clean.

584
00:40:32,513 --> 00:40:35,891
[inhales] The employee locker rooms
and the office renovation,

585
00:40:35,975 --> 00:40:37,560
that's another $150,000.

586
00:40:37,643 --> 00:40:42,022
And the cabin kitchenettes is at least
another $75,000, maybe 80.

587
00:40:42,106 --> 00:40:43,065
All of that is...

588
00:40:43,607 --> 00:40:45,192
[chuckles] Yeah, it's more than close.

589
00:40:45,275 --> 00:40:48,195
That's... We're gonna make it.
We're making it.

590
00:40:49,154 --> 00:40:50,239
We're gonna make it.

591
00:40:50,322 --> 00:40:52,241
[chuckles] We're gonna make it.

592
00:40:52,324 --> 00:40:53,367
We're gonna make it.

593
00:40:54,118 --> 00:40:55,369
[chuckles]

594
00:40:56,496 --> 00:40:57,997
We're gonna make it.

595
00:41:00,374 --> 00:41:01,667
[sighs]

596
00:41:08,340 --> 00:41:09,383
We're okay.

597
00:41:10,468 --> 00:41:12,595
All right? We're gonna make it.

598
00:41:54,637 --> 00:41:55,638
[Wendy moans softly]

599
00:42:03,145 --> 00:42:04,479
[breathing heavily]

600
00:42:50,067 --> 00:42:51,193
[Marty grunts]

601
00:42:59,869 --> 00:43:01,203
[grunting]

602
00:43:03,581 --> 00:43:04,623
[slapping]

603
00:43:18,262 --> 00:43:19,972
[breathing heavily]

604
00:43:26,729 --> 00:43:28,188
-[slapping]
-[grunts softly]

605
00:43:29,148 --> 00:43:30,816
[slapping]

606
00:43:41,535 --> 00:43:43,704
[rock music playing on radio]

607
00:43:52,671 --> 00:43:53,756
[Ruth] What the fuck?

608
00:43:54,882 --> 00:43:57,802
-[Boyd] Whoa. Incoming.
-[Ruth] Did you fuck with my shit?

609
00:43:57,885 --> 00:43:59,720
-[Russ] The hell you talking about?
-[Ruth] The dock.

610
00:43:59,804 --> 00:44:01,596
What dock? [sniffles]

611
00:44:02,597 --> 00:44:04,183
I rigged it this afternoon.

612
00:44:04,266 --> 00:44:06,894
Thirty fucking minutes later, unrigged.

613
00:44:07,602 --> 00:44:11,565
Marty Byrde steps out safe, sound,
not at all electrocuted!

614
00:44:11,649 --> 00:44:13,818
You wanna tell me what the fuck happened?

615
00:44:13,901 --> 00:44:16,278
[chuckles] Oh, shit,
you were gonna do it today?

616
00:44:16,361 --> 00:44:18,197
-Shut up, Boyd.
-[chuckles]

617
00:44:19,156 --> 00:44:22,785
Russ, you're the only other person
on this fucking planet

618
00:44:22,868 --> 00:44:24,036
who knew what I intended.

619
00:44:24,119 --> 00:44:26,163
The fuck are you accusing me of?

620
00:44:26,246 --> 00:44:29,792
Hey, maybe you
just didn't rig it right, Ruth.

621
00:44:30,125 --> 00:44:34,171
Yeah? Why don't I rig our dock right now
and throw you in?

622
00:44:34,254 --> 00:44:37,299
Hmm? Then you can tell me
if I rigged it right, fuck!

623
00:44:37,382 --> 00:44:38,425
Cunt!

624
00:44:38,508 --> 00:44:40,886
-Stand back, little girl.
-Fuck off!

625
00:44:41,428 --> 00:44:43,847
You unrigged that dock, Russ, huh?

626
00:44:45,099 --> 00:44:46,684
Huh? You do it?

627
00:44:47,517 --> 00:44:50,437
'Cause someone fucking fixed that thing.

628
00:44:50,520 --> 00:44:52,314
And I'm sure as shit it wasn't a chipmunk!

629
00:44:52,397 --> 00:44:54,734
Why don't you take your tampon
outta your ear

630
00:44:54,817 --> 00:44:58,320
and listen to Boyd when he says
you must have fucked it up?

631
00:44:58,404 --> 00:44:59,697
-Russ--
-Huh? No.

632
00:45:00,322 --> 00:45:03,951
You pussed out, latchkey!
You pussed out!

633
00:45:04,910 --> 00:45:06,495
The fact is,

634
00:45:06,578 --> 00:45:08,956
you ain't nothing
but a Jheri-curled nancy

635
00:45:09,039 --> 00:45:12,501
just using mind games
to fucking buy more time.

636
00:45:14,253 --> 00:45:15,379
Fact is...

637
00:45:17,131 --> 00:45:21,260
we should have never let a little bitch
do a man's job.

638
00:45:23,804 --> 00:45:24,930
[gasps]

639
00:45:30,602 --> 00:45:31,979
[typing]

640
00:45:33,981 --> 00:45:35,357
[Wendy pours coffee]

641
00:45:42,614 --> 00:45:45,117
Ruth's gonna return the van
this afternoon,

642
00:45:45,200 --> 00:45:48,620
so I'm gonna take Buddy's car to work.

643
00:45:48,704 --> 00:45:49,580
Okay.

644
00:45:52,917 --> 00:45:54,376
Last night, um...

645
00:45:54,877 --> 00:45:55,753
Yeah?

646
00:45:57,922 --> 00:45:59,048
When you...

647
00:46:04,929 --> 00:46:06,305
You've never done that before.

648
00:46:06,889 --> 00:46:08,307
I thought you'd like it.

649
00:46:09,558 --> 00:46:10,935
What's that supposed to mean?

650
00:46:13,187 --> 00:46:15,647
-What does it mean?
-Why would you think I would like that?

651
00:46:16,148 --> 00:46:17,649
After all these years, you...

652
00:46:19,734 --> 00:46:21,528
Uh... I thought you did.

653
00:46:29,619 --> 00:46:30,620
[door opens]

654
00:46:32,206 --> 00:46:33,207
[door closes]

655
00:46:37,878 --> 00:46:39,296
[car starts outside]

656
00:46:42,758 --> 00:46:44,802
[types]

657
00:46:44,885 --> 00:46:46,095
[laptop trills]

658
00:46:51,808 --> 00:46:53,018
[laptop trills]

659
00:48:03,547 --> 00:48:05,174
[indistinct chatter]

660
00:48:08,635 --> 00:48:11,555
Charlie, cop a squat. Fries?

661
00:48:11,638 --> 00:48:13,598
No, thanks. Have you seen Zach?

662
00:48:14,182 --> 00:48:15,934
[Leah] He's pulling his boat out today.

663
00:48:17,519 --> 00:48:20,272
-Pulling it out?
-Yep. Done for the season.

664
00:48:20,355 --> 00:48:23,400
He has, like, some work thing
over Labor Day, so...

665
00:48:41,793 --> 00:48:44,546
[Wyatt] Pulled her out
before he left for Chicago this morning.

666
00:48:48,008 --> 00:48:49,009
He didn't tell you?

667
00:48:52,554 --> 00:48:54,806
Heard you two were at Party Cove
the other night.

668
00:48:57,768 --> 00:49:01,063
[sighs] You know,
they always leave, Charlotte.

669
00:49:03,106 --> 00:49:05,233
That's the difference between us and them.

670
00:49:07,611 --> 00:49:08,820
And you...

671
00:49:09,529 --> 00:49:10,864
guess you're one of us now.

672
00:49:12,366 --> 00:49:13,200
[soft sob]

673
00:49:17,579 --> 00:49:18,663
[sighs]

674
00:49:18,747 --> 00:49:19,706
[knocking on door]

675
00:49:24,211 --> 00:49:26,505
Oh. Hey. Thank you for returning her.

676
00:49:26,588 --> 00:49:28,673
-[Ruth] No problem.
-Oh, Jesus Christ, Ruth.

677
00:49:28,757 --> 00:49:29,799
No, I'm fine. [stammering]

678
00:49:29,883 --> 00:49:31,676
-Come in here.
-I gotta get back to the club.

679
00:49:31,760 --> 00:49:33,637
It'll... just take a minute. Come on.

680
00:49:36,181 --> 00:49:37,224
[Ruth sighs]

681
00:49:37,307 --> 00:49:39,893
Yeah, just... just wait right here.
I'll be right back.

682
00:49:50,029 --> 00:49:51,238
Sit.

683
00:49:54,658 --> 00:49:56,076
Is this a boy?

684
00:50:00,747 --> 00:50:02,040
Is it someone at home?

685
00:50:03,542 --> 00:50:04,584
It's gonna sting.

686
00:50:05,627 --> 00:50:06,545
[gasps]

687
00:50:06,628 --> 00:50:08,463
-Okay.
-[grunts and sighs]

688
00:50:09,798 --> 00:50:10,840
-[sharp inhale]
-Okay.

689
00:50:11,383 --> 00:50:13,343
[gasps] Ah.

690
00:50:15,054 --> 00:50:17,681
-One more.
-[inhales sharply] Ow, ow.

691
00:50:22,269 --> 00:50:23,270
I tripped.

692
00:50:26,356 --> 00:50:27,357
Hmm.

693
00:50:28,650 --> 00:50:29,651
I tripped once.

694
00:50:31,861 --> 00:50:33,363
Very long time ago.

695
00:50:34,406 --> 00:50:36,408
And then I tripped again.

696
00:50:38,160 --> 00:50:40,329
And then, the third time...

697
00:50:41,413 --> 00:50:44,208
I told myself
I would never go down that trail again.

698
00:50:45,750 --> 00:50:47,419
Too many obstacles.

699
00:50:51,673 --> 00:50:54,884
Charlotte? I thought you were
going to brunch.

700
00:50:54,968 --> 00:50:56,595
-Canceled.
-[stammers] I gotta get.

701
00:50:56,678 --> 00:50:59,098
[stammering] Okay. Just wait.
Wait, one second.

702
00:51:03,977 --> 00:51:05,145
Okay, now...

703
00:51:07,897 --> 00:51:09,108
call me if you need anything.

704
00:51:12,652 --> 00:51:13,653
Anything.

705
00:51:21,661 --> 00:51:23,247
-Thanks.
-Mm-hmm.

706
00:51:23,330 --> 00:51:25,039
Uh... Okay, bye.

707
00:51:28,502 --> 00:51:29,669
[door opens]

708
00:51:32,088 --> 00:51:33,089
[door closes]

709
00:51:36,843 --> 00:51:39,095
[Charlotte] Whatever happened
to my toy chest?

710
00:51:40,264 --> 00:51:42,641
-[Wendy] They lost it.
-How?

711
00:51:46,520 --> 00:51:49,939
Sometimes, things just... get lost.

712
00:51:52,442 --> 00:51:54,111
[sniffles] I hate it here.

713
00:51:58,448 --> 00:51:59,825
-[sighs]
-I know.

714
00:52:03,412 --> 00:52:04,621
[crying]

715
00:52:16,299 --> 00:52:17,509
[door opens]

716
00:52:20,845 --> 00:52:23,307
Hi. What's going on?

717
00:52:25,058 --> 00:52:26,768
Oh, well, I was worried about you.

718
00:52:26,851 --> 00:52:30,104
You know, you were so stressed.
Wanted to know what was going on.

719
00:52:30,189 --> 00:52:31,856
-Rachel--
-What did you know that I didn't?

720
00:52:31,940 --> 00:52:33,942
And I, uh...
And I open up the books here...

721
00:52:34,859 --> 00:52:37,904
And, um, well, they are pristine.

722
00:52:37,987 --> 00:52:40,865
I mean, really, they're beautiful.

723
00:52:40,949 --> 00:52:43,243
-Rachel--
-They're also bullshit.

724
00:52:43,327 --> 00:52:46,205
I mean, there is a charge here
for June 12th.

725
00:52:46,288 --> 00:52:49,333
June 12th,
where you ordered 25 air conditioners.

726
00:52:49,416 --> 00:52:52,502
Now, the thing is,
we only installed four, Marty.

727
00:52:52,586 --> 00:52:54,463
And I thought,
"Well, that must be a mistake.

728
00:52:54,546 --> 00:52:55,755
Right? That's gotta be a mistake."

729
00:52:55,839 --> 00:52:59,759
Which is strange for Pleats, but fine.
Okay. That happens.

730
00:52:59,843 --> 00:53:03,305
[stammering] And then I saw
the burger patty order,

731
00:53:03,388 --> 00:53:05,014
and the snack bar invoice.

732
00:53:05,098 --> 00:53:07,809
I mean, there's an estimate here
for the swim dock

733
00:53:07,892 --> 00:53:10,770
that is ten times higher
than any sane human would pay

734
00:53:10,854 --> 00:53:12,981
unless sane human was...
was making the swim dock

735
00:53:13,064 --> 00:53:14,608
out of Carrara fucking marble.

736
00:53:14,691 --> 00:53:17,277
-Rachel--
-There is enough carpeting here for the...

737
00:53:17,361 --> 00:53:19,321
for the goddamn Mall of America.

738
00:53:19,404 --> 00:53:20,905
I mean, the wiring...

739
00:53:20,989 --> 00:53:22,991
-There's wiring we've never done.
-I know what's on the papers.

740
00:53:23,074 --> 00:53:24,784
-The liquor invoice. I--
-I know what's there.

741
00:53:24,868 --> 00:53:27,746
I don't know what the fuck it is
that you are doing here,

742
00:53:27,829 --> 00:53:29,456
but it sure as hell ain't legal.

743
00:53:30,373 --> 00:53:32,584
Let me explain it. It's very simple.

744
00:53:33,293 --> 00:53:34,336
You lied to me.

745
00:53:34,419 --> 00:53:36,087
I know I did. For a good reason.

746
00:53:36,170 --> 00:53:39,048
This whole summer,
it's all been camera angles

747
00:53:39,132 --> 00:53:40,925
like the photo with the fucking fish.

748
00:53:41,009 --> 00:53:43,262
-Look... Rachel.
-None of this is real.

749
00:53:43,720 --> 00:53:46,348
Everything is working just fine.

750
00:53:48,558 --> 00:53:51,185
-This can all be explained.
-I need you to leave my property.

751
00:53:51,270 --> 00:53:52,521
I can't leave. I'm not leaving.

752
00:53:52,604 --> 00:53:53,938
I have a target I need to hit.

753
00:53:54,022 --> 00:53:55,148
I need you to go now. Please.

754
00:53:55,231 --> 00:53:56,691
Listen. I have a target I need to hit.

755
00:53:56,775 --> 00:53:58,527
I need some more time.
I need until the fall.

756
00:53:58,610 --> 00:54:01,363
Hey. Listen. Hey. Rachel.
Listen to me.

757
00:54:01,446 --> 00:54:03,948
I work for somebody...
Stop fucking around with the paper.

758
00:54:04,032 --> 00:54:06,117
-Marty, I need you to go now.
-I know. I heard you.

759
00:54:06,200 --> 00:54:08,703
I work for somebody,
and if I don't hit my target,

760
00:54:08,787 --> 00:54:10,580
there's gonna be men
that are gonna come here,

761
00:54:10,664 --> 00:54:11,831
that are gonna kill me.

762
00:54:11,915 --> 00:54:14,125
They're gonna kill my wife
and kill my kids.

763
00:54:14,208 --> 00:54:15,752
Well, I can't help you with that.

764
00:54:15,835 --> 00:54:17,504
-You better help me with that.
-No, I cannot.

765
00:54:17,587 --> 00:54:19,255
I'm talking about my life,
my family's life.

766
00:54:19,339 --> 00:54:20,840
-I need you to go now!
-Listen to me.

767
00:54:20,924 --> 00:54:22,842
Let me explain to you the situation.

768
00:54:22,926 --> 00:54:24,761
-I'll tell you everything.
-I'm gonna call the police.

769
00:54:24,844 --> 00:54:26,471
Trust me, you're not gonna call shit.

770
00:54:26,555 --> 00:54:27,556
You're not gonna tell--

771
00:54:27,639 --> 00:54:30,099
-Marty, go, now!
-Put the fucking phone down!

772
00:54:30,183 --> 00:54:31,393
Put the phone down,

773
00:54:31,476 --> 00:54:34,479
and let me finish telling you
what all of this is about.

774
00:54:34,563 --> 00:54:36,272
I'm talk--
Put the fucking phone down!

775
00:54:41,695 --> 00:54:43,989
[door opens, slams shut]

776
00:55:02,591 --> 00:55:04,217
[Darlene laughing]

777
00:55:08,054 --> 00:55:10,349
[Ash] Boss, there's something
you gotta see.

778
00:55:26,030 --> 00:55:27,031
[sighs]

779
00:55:30,284 --> 00:55:31,244
Call Wendy.

780
00:55:31,327 --> 00:55:33,538
[automated voice] I'm sorry, Martin,
I do not understand.

781
00:55:33,622 --> 00:55:36,708
Fucking piece of shit.
[slowly] Call... Wendy.

782
00:55:38,209 --> 00:55:39,627
Calling Wendy Byrde.

783
00:55:45,091 --> 00:55:47,386
-[tires screech]
-[phone line ringing]

784
00:55:55,852 --> 00:55:58,146
[Wendy on voicemail] Hi, this is Wendy.
Leave me a message.

785
00:55:58,229 --> 00:55:59,064
[voicemail beeps]

786
00:55:59,147 --> 00:56:00,774
[Marty] They put up a cross.

787
00:56:02,901 --> 00:56:05,404
Jesus fuck! They put up a cross.
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