Ozark Season 2 Script Episode 1

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Ozark (2017)

 episode script

season 2 - episode 1
"Reparations"

Created by

Bill Dubuque
Mark Williams

Written by

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

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S02-Ep.01: "Reparations"

Ruth's dad gets out of jail. Approval for a riverboat casino calls for Wendy's political skills. The Mexican cartel demands reparations from the Snells.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[classical music playing]

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[Marty] So where do we live?

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[Wendy] Look who's getting
ahead of himself.

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[Marty] How about Luxembourg?

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[Wendy] That's the best you've got?
Luxembourg?

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-[Marty] How about Santorini?
-[Wendy] No.

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-[Marty] No? Some white sand beaches?
-[Wendy] Mnh-mnh.

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Tourists. Steep inclines. Donkeys.

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[chattering]

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[Marty] There's Slugworth. Who's he with?

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[Wendy] Steve Simmons,
chief compliance officer.

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-[Marty] Hmm. Someone's been studying.
-[Wendy] You're surprised?

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[Marty] Who are the other two?

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[Wendy] State attorney general
and Leslie Ann Mackey.

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She's the founder
of Missourians for Morality.

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[Marty] Hanging out with the other
Missourians is probably more fun.

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[Wendy] Okay, be nice and play nice.

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Hyannis Port?

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-Are we the Kennedys now?
-Please.

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What do you think it was starting out as
a bootlegger in the real world, actually?

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The Gold Coast?

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Australia, Wendy? Come on.

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Nobody'd be looking for us in Australia.

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Yeah. No shit.

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-You got him?
-Mm-hmm.

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-Is he alone?
-Mm-hmm.

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[Marty] Are you ready?

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[Wendy] Mm-hmm.

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-Good luck.
-Mm-hmm.

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[Darlene] Jacob's angry with me.
I can tell.

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[sighs] Just feels different.

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I think maybe
I shouldn't have killed this Mexican.

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[Ash] The man disrespected you
in your own home.

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[grunts]

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Now, you know how much I admire Mr. Snell.

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[Darlene] Speak your mind, child.

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[Ash] Sometimes you have to agree
to disagree.

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That's part of the covenant.

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You're a sweet boy, Ash. You know that?

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[Jacob] Wendy.

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Jacob Snell. My wife, Darlene.
Our associate Ash.

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-[Darlene] Fresh from our hives.
-Thank you.

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Hi, there.

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-A moment?
-Yeah. Excuse me.

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-I take it she knows your business.
-Uh, yeah.

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Tricky thing, combining work and marriage,
but a blessing when it works.

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That's true.

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You have the keys
to our Mexican friend's vehicle?

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Yeah. Here you go. It's parked
around the bend, off the road a bit.

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Ash will drive it to Chicago.

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He's got the man's cell phone
and his credit cards.

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Okay. Just make sure you swipe one
of them when you get up there.

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As far the world will know,

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the man drove to Chicago
and fell off the face of God's Earth.

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Yeah, yeah. I left, like, three messages
on his cell phone.

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Call me back when you get there.
Make sure the cell towers--

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-This is a drill we're familiar with.
-Uh-huh. Okay. See you.

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[Darlene] You buckle up! Drive safe.

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Things happen.
You apologize and you move on.

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She blew a man's head off.

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For which she is contrite.

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Am I supposed to believe that?

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-The woman brought you fresh honey.
-Mm-hmm.

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[door opens]

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[exhales]

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Clean sheets again.

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I thought I'd feel different.

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Like we went around the world,
came back and everything had changed.

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I know that sounds stupid.

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I wouldn't have been as brave as you were
when that fucker was in the living room.

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I wouldn't have been able
to pull the trigger.

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Yes, you would have.

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I keep thinking about it.

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I would have just frozen.

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Mom told me to.

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Figured you should have half.

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Took it the night
we were putting it in the wall.

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I don't even know why I did it.

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-How much is it?
-Ten thousand.

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You think I should tell Mom and Dad?

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No.

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We might need it.

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[Charlotte sighs]

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[door opens and closes]

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[Ruth] I used to not even think
about the future.

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Because, you know...

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what was the point?

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So I'd get mad or get into trouble.

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But in the last few months, I've been...

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I've been tryin' to be a better person.

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Think about people besides just myself.

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You know, I got a real job,

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one with insurance and everything, and...

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I'm looking after two boys,
and I'm even thinking about their futures.

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[inhales]

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But I know I gotta keep myself right.

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Because if I don't, I'll lose everything.

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And I don't think any
of that would be possible

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if it wasn't for my dad.

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[breathes deeply]

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I've been coming
to visit him regular and...

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And I know how bad he wants to do good.

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Thank you, Miss Langmore.

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Though it's important
for this parole board

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to consider the inmate's character,

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it's also important to consider
the question, "Why now?"

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Yes, ma'am.

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[Ruth] Like I said,

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I'm becoming the guardian of two boys,
my cousins,

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who recently lost their dad.

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And I'm tryin' my best every day.

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But I'm just a young girl.

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I know what it means to need a daddy.

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[Tuck] Hey, Marty!

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Hey, Tuck. What's going on?

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Everything's locked.
Down here and by the front door, too.

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Yeah? Did you try Rachel?

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It goes straight to her voicemail.
Just like yesterday.

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-Yesterday, too, huh?
-Yes.

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-Um, is your mom and sister home?
-Yes.

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Why don't you head home? I'll call you
when I need you for work, okay?

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Okay.

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[breathes deeply]

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Fuck!

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-[Harry] Mrs. Byrde?
-Oh.

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[chuckles] Harry, you scared me.

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-Can I help you with something?
-Yes.

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I was wondering. Why do we use the freezer

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when embalmed bodies don't need
to be refrigerated?

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Coolers.

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[Wendy] I'm sorry.

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They're called coolers, not freezers.
In the funeral game.

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That notwithstanding,

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I think we could save an enormous amount
of money on refrigeration costs

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if we turned the coolers
into storage units.

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I'll buy the locks myself.

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[Harry] Of course.

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Also, I was thinking...

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We should probably buy some more caskets.

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In bulk. To save money. Say 25?

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-I need to borrow the hearse.
-I'm sorry.

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We have a terminally ill tenant.
He wants to test drive his final ride.

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That's okay, isn't it?

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Well...

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[stammering] it's all highly unusual.

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Hmm.

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Don't seem so fucking glad to see me.

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I'm expecting somebody else.

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I've been callin'.

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And I've been busy.

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We need to talk about my future.

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I can't talk right now, okay?

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Wyatt's got to go to college.
You have any idea what college costs?

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-Yeah, I got a pretty good idea.
-A shit ton.

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-I'm serious. This is not a good time
-A shit ton.

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for us to talk, okay?

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I was thinkin', you and me,
we could be partners.

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What I meant was, not now.

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No, stay in the car.

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At least I can get a percentage!
I think I fucking earned it, Marty!

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-You gotta pump the brakes a bit--
-I'm not fucking stupid!

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I know that the cartels are gonna
eventually dump another pile

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of shit money on you!

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We'll see.

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We'll see. I promise we'll talk, okay?
I promise.

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Nice whip.

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-What was that about?
-Her uncles.

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Any idea how much she took?

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No. We're just gonna have to
count it all

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and pray to God we can absorb the loss
without the cartel finding out.

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It's gonna take half the night
to move all this.

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Yeah, well, she fucked us.
She fucked us and now she's...

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She fucked us.

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What did you tell the kids?

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Just that we had to work late,
not to stay up. Buddy's with them.

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Wendy, I know.
I know. Let's just get started.

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Hey.

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Hey.

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-I'm just gonna be in here, all right?
-Yeah, I'll be right over.

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Hey.

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What?

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I hope you're using a rubber.

183
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Come on, it's not like that.
We just hang out.

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Fixing it up for your dad?

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Yeah.

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It's gonna be okay.

187
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I know. I just want him to have
a nice place. [chuckles]

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Start straight.

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Well, just saying you're not alone.

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[growling]

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You dicks go to bed.

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[Jonah] Have you seen
my humanities folder?

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[Wendy] It's next to the TV.

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[Marty] Guys, tell me one more time
where you were last week

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when you were out of school.

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[Charlotte] At a funeral
in North Carolina.

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[Marty] Yep. For who?

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-Great-Aunt Tyra.
-[Marty] Yep.

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[Charlotte] Think we could start making
chai instead of coffee?

200
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Maybe matcha?
You know, something macrobiotic.

201
00:16:00,960 --> 00:16:03,462
-Do we even have a Great-Aunt Tyra?
-Yeah, unfortunately.

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Before you ask, don't worry.
I'll replace your phone this afternoon.

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00:16:07,675 --> 00:16:11,470
Guys, this is a new baseline, okay?
We're gonna build normal from here.

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We're out of danger?

205
00:16:13,389 --> 00:16:17,935
Uh, yes. But everything from now on
needs to be about keeping it that way.

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Which means we need 100% honesty.

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Like our lives depend on it.
You understand that?

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00:16:26,068 --> 00:16:27,069
Yeah.

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00:16:28,904 --> 00:16:31,448
-Why is Buddy here?
-Buddy's not deaf.

210
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Buddy's gonna oversee the installation
of a security system this morning.

211
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Plus, we need to get that window replaced.

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Yeah, next time I'll aim lower,
shoot 'em in the ball sack,

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avoid the shattered glass.

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What happened to the body?

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We took it to the funeral parlor.
We cremated it.

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[Charlotte] What funeral parlor?

217
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I bought one before we left town.

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You bought a funeral parlor?

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-[Wendy] Uh-huh.
-[cellphone chiming]

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Have you killed other people?

221
00:16:55,639 --> 00:16:57,391
-Of course not.
-We do not kill people.

222
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Guys, that's it. Please, to school.
Learning. Hello.

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Yeah.

224
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Okay.

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I understand.

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Yeah, bye.

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[Charlotte] Is everything okay?

228
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Total honesty.

229
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Yeah, everything's great. In fact,
our casino project has its first meeting.

230
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Oh. They're here.

231
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All right. Everyone in the car.

232
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They should have come to us.

233
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This is neutral territory.

234
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It's a lack of respect and trust,
is what it is.

235
00:17:47,441 --> 00:17:53,280
Well, just... Everybody stay calm, okay?
This is a simple business arrangement.

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00:17:54,364 --> 00:17:56,909
All of life's
a simple business arrangement.

237
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That's why you prepare for anything.

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-You must be Marty Byrde.
-Yeah.

239
00:18:24,978 --> 00:18:26,855
Helen Pierce.
I'm the attorney for your employer.

240
00:18:29,566 --> 00:18:32,027
Jacob Snell. My wife Darlene.

241
00:18:37,407 --> 00:18:38,700
Where's Del?

242
00:18:40,744 --> 00:18:42,287
I was hoping you could tell me.

243
00:18:44,123 --> 00:18:45,624
Oh. Uh...

244
00:18:46,542 --> 00:18:47,835
I assumed he'd be here.

245
00:18:51,505 --> 00:18:55,134
We can't seem to locate him.
Last we heard, he was in Chicago.

246
00:18:55,968 --> 00:18:59,221
Okay. Well, what does that mean?

247
00:19:00,264 --> 00:19:01,765
[Helen] It means we endeavor without him.

248
00:19:03,142 --> 00:19:06,353
Trust me when I tell you that
my client has a very deep bench.

249
00:19:08,355 --> 00:19:09,189
Yeah.

250
00:19:09,565 --> 00:19:11,859
Should we go inside?
Discuss things more casually?

251
00:19:13,485 --> 00:19:14,486
Good.

252
00:19:17,197 --> 00:19:19,950
My client is prepared to offer
an 80-20 split.

253
00:19:20,909 --> 00:19:22,119
[Darlene] In whose favor?

254
00:19:24,079 --> 00:19:30,419
Seems to me that 80-20 in either direction
doesn't exactly speak to a partnership.

255
00:19:31,420 --> 00:19:34,798
My client appreciates what a project
this size must mean for you.

256
00:19:35,215 --> 00:19:38,719
You're donating your land,
but he's the one incurring all the risk.

257
00:19:38,802 --> 00:19:40,554
-[Darlene] His risk?
-That's right.

258
00:19:41,138 --> 00:19:42,723
From a pueblo in Mexico.

259
00:19:43,307 --> 00:19:44,766
Financial risk.

260
00:19:44,850 --> 00:19:48,312
Well, there's certainly plenty of risk
to go around.

261
00:19:48,896 --> 00:19:52,024
Not to mention the potential loss
of reputation to my client

262
00:19:52,107 --> 00:19:54,735
if he distributes
a product that's inferior.

263
00:19:57,029 --> 00:19:58,030
In...

264
00:20:00,115 --> 00:20:04,578
[chuckles] I've been patient,
and I have been respectful.

265
00:20:08,373 --> 00:20:11,627
I suggest you do the same
when you're talkin' about my business.

266
00:20:13,378 --> 00:20:17,007
I am simply suggesting
that all farms are unique.

267
00:20:17,424 --> 00:20:18,675
Quality can vary.

268
00:20:20,469 --> 00:20:21,386
Uh-huh.

269
00:20:26,892 --> 00:20:29,645
That can be tested, right? The quality?

270
00:20:30,395 --> 00:20:33,190
Quite frankly,
my client and I both have doubts

271
00:20:33,273 --> 00:20:35,442
you can even deliver this casino.

272
00:20:36,360 --> 00:20:37,778
Okay. Why is that?

273
00:20:37,861 --> 00:20:40,614
'Cause Missouri has a cap on the number
of casinos allowed to open?

274
00:20:41,406 --> 00:20:45,035
[Helen] Or the fact that the casino has
to be actually physically completed

275
00:20:45,118 --> 00:20:46,912
before a bid can be approved?

276
00:20:46,995 --> 00:20:49,581
Which creates a huge financial risk
for most people,

277
00:20:49,665 --> 00:20:54,670
but provides an opportunity
to move cash for us.

278
00:20:54,753 --> 00:20:58,674
Don't forget about the political campaign
needed to overturn that cap.

279
00:20:59,341 --> 00:21:01,843
It would take a seasoned pro, right?

280
00:21:02,261 --> 00:21:05,055
Someone like, say, my wife.

281
00:21:06,556 --> 00:21:11,186
So, my job is to deliver a casino.
I can do that.

282
00:21:11,270 --> 00:21:12,771
You just need to make a fair deal.

283
00:21:17,359 --> 00:21:20,237
And to be clear,
I'm gonna be taking 3% of the profits.

284
00:21:20,570 --> 00:21:22,781
Okay? That's my customary fee.

285
00:21:22,864 --> 00:21:25,284
I don't want anyone to think I'm being
anything less than transparent.

286
00:21:26,827 --> 00:21:30,038
You do realize you're betting everything
on being able to pull this off.

287
00:21:30,664 --> 00:21:33,166
Yeah.
Six months you're gonna have a casino.

288
00:21:37,212 --> 00:21:39,214
Let me ask you, for the record,

289
00:21:39,298 --> 00:21:42,092
did Del say anything to you
about going to Chicago?

290
00:21:43,010 --> 00:21:43,844
No.

291
00:21:43,927 --> 00:21:46,888
Because he was scheduled
on a private jet to Mexico City.

292
00:21:46,972 --> 00:21:49,266
Changing plans would have been
a breach of trust.

293
00:21:50,100 --> 00:21:52,769
My client is a man
who demands absolute trust,

294
00:21:52,853 --> 00:21:54,604
as I'm sure you can appreciate.

295
00:21:55,605 --> 00:21:56,940
Of course.

296
00:21:57,024 --> 00:22:01,278
Don't fuck with me.
And don't fuck with my client. Understand?

297
00:22:03,780 --> 00:22:05,407
They'll kill your children.

298
00:22:05,490 --> 00:22:07,451
They'll gut your fucking wife.

299
00:22:09,870 --> 00:22:12,122
Do you want me to tell you
what they'll do to you?

300
00:22:16,335 --> 00:22:17,502
Okay.

301
00:22:20,130 --> 00:22:21,340
This was productive.

302
00:22:26,762 --> 00:22:27,763
[Wendy] Well?

303
00:22:29,806 --> 00:22:32,351
The last they heard, Del was in Chicago.

304
00:22:32,893 --> 00:22:34,770
[Wendy exhales]

305
00:22:38,607 --> 00:22:40,400
11:30 in the morning.

306
00:22:42,611 --> 00:22:45,489
Now we just have to pull off
opening a fucking casino.

307
00:22:54,247 --> 00:22:56,249
[upbeat music playing]

308
00:23:04,132 --> 00:23:06,635
[Rose] I don't wanna get
a bitch in trouble,

309
00:23:06,718 --> 00:23:10,055
but Cheyenne, she's turning tricks
in the VIP room again.

310
00:23:18,688 --> 00:23:19,815
[Cheyenne moaning]

311
00:23:19,898 --> 00:23:21,983
-What the fuck? Get off!
-[Cheyenne screams]

312
00:23:22,067 --> 00:23:23,652
[yells]

313
00:23:23,735 --> 00:23:24,861
[Ruth] What the fuck?

314
00:23:24,945 --> 00:23:26,738
What the fuck, you fat ass?

315
00:23:26,822 --> 00:23:29,116
My dick don't bend that way, you bitch!

316
00:23:29,199 --> 00:23:31,827
What the fuck, Barry?
Why are you full-on naked?

317
00:23:31,910 --> 00:23:33,912
She should be the one getting naked!
Not you!

318
00:23:33,995 --> 00:23:36,832
What the fuck are you
putting your T-shirt on first?

319
00:23:36,915 --> 00:23:39,334
Get your pants on. Get your pants on!

320
00:23:39,418 --> 00:23:44,297
-Fucking pig! Get out! Get out! Fuck! Ugh!
-Sorry. Sorry!

321
00:23:44,840 --> 00:23:46,925
Hey, hey! Wait, wait!

322
00:23:47,008 --> 00:23:49,386
You're so desperate for money,
you come to me.

323
00:23:49,469 --> 00:23:51,888
I'm not gonna have a $5,000 fine on my ass

324
00:23:51,972 --> 00:23:54,266
so you can fuck
some dumb ginger hillbilly.

325
00:23:54,349 --> 00:23:56,226
-Do you understand?
-Yeah.

326
00:23:56,309 --> 00:23:59,062
Okay, good. Get the fuck out of here!

327
00:24:01,565 --> 00:24:02,524
Wait a minute.

328
00:24:06,236 --> 00:24:07,487
Are you clean?

329
00:24:11,366 --> 00:24:14,369
Listen, I'm giving you the opportunity
to introduce legislation

330
00:24:14,453 --> 00:24:17,664
that could lead to a brand-new casino
in your district.

331
00:24:18,457 --> 00:24:20,542
You got any idea how much I make
as a state senator?

332
00:24:21,209 --> 00:24:24,963
[Marty] I do, yeah. $35,914 per year.

333
00:24:25,046 --> 00:24:29,342
Plus $104 per day in per diem
if you show up at roll call.

334
00:24:30,218 --> 00:24:31,595
[Mercer] Which is why
we all have other jobs.

335
00:24:31,678 --> 00:24:32,512
[Marty] Yeah.

336
00:24:32,596 --> 00:24:33,847
[Mercer] I ain't doing it to get rich.

337
00:24:33,930 --> 00:24:36,558
I'm doing it for the people
in this district.

338
00:24:36,641 --> 00:24:38,643
[Marty] Right. A new casino
would yield about

339
00:24:38,727 --> 00:24:42,105
a thousand new jobs per year
for the people of your district.

340
00:24:42,189 --> 00:24:43,648
[Mercer] And the crime that'd follow?

341
00:24:46,276 --> 00:24:49,446
Well, listen, we're planning
to build completely locally.

342
00:24:49,529 --> 00:24:52,365
We'll use only vendors from the community.

343
00:24:52,449 --> 00:24:54,034
Like, say, your local lumber.

344
00:24:54,659 --> 00:24:56,453
I take it you've been to the lake house.

345
00:24:57,662 --> 00:24:59,331
-I don't know what you're talking about.
-[chuckles]

346
00:25:00,415 --> 00:25:01,958
Come back and talk to me when you do.

347
00:25:02,584 --> 00:25:04,711
Have a good one. [chuckles]

348
00:25:19,518 --> 00:25:21,853
Yeah, this one's fine now.

349
00:25:22,020 --> 00:25:24,689
-Check out the one in the back again.
-In the back?

350
00:25:24,773 --> 00:25:26,399
Yeah, the back.

351
00:25:26,483 --> 00:25:28,109
I just got off the phone
with Jack and Sylvie

352
00:25:28,193 --> 00:25:29,402
from the Cavanaugh campaign.

353
00:25:30,028 --> 00:25:32,822
They said the lake house is exactly that.

354
00:25:32,906 --> 00:25:34,199
It's the second home

355
00:25:34,282 --> 00:25:37,035
of a wealthy businessman
from Kansas City named Charles Wilkes.

356
00:25:37,118 --> 00:25:39,496
He made a fortune
in agricultural equipment.

357
00:25:39,746 --> 00:25:41,373
-Wilkes.
-Mm-hmm.

358
00:25:46,294 --> 00:25:47,796
Gonna make me ask you?
I know you got more.

359
00:25:48,547 --> 00:25:51,007
Missouri is the only state in our union

360
00:25:51,091 --> 00:25:53,510
that has no limit
on personal campaign contributions.

361
00:25:53,593 --> 00:25:55,554
Which means someone like Wilkes

362
00:25:55,637 --> 00:25:57,931
can virtually run state government
based on who he backs.

363
00:25:58,014 --> 00:25:59,808
If you want to get something done,
you go to--

364
00:25:59,891 --> 00:26:02,644
You go to the lake house. Yeah.
What's this guy's politics?

365
00:26:02,727 --> 00:26:04,312
-Not ours.
-Not ours.

366
00:26:05,522 --> 00:26:09,609
Charles Wilkes is a union-busting,
right-to-work toolbag.

367
00:26:10,443 --> 00:26:14,906
Though he does have a couple of things
on social issues worth listening to.

368
00:26:14,990 --> 00:26:16,366
[Wendy] Like I said, not ours.

369
00:26:17,075 --> 00:26:18,535
Yeah, I'm gonna ignore that.

370
00:26:19,286 --> 00:26:21,121
[Marty chuckles]

371
00:26:21,204 --> 00:26:24,165
His office laughed me off the line
when I asked for an appointment.

372
00:26:24,249 --> 00:26:26,668
What about if we use
your real estate connections

373
00:26:26,751 --> 00:26:28,420
to locate the lake house?

374
00:26:29,254 --> 00:26:31,715
Sure, but it's off-season.
He's probably never there.

375
00:26:31,798 --> 00:26:34,134
And even if he was,
what are we supposed to do?

376
00:26:34,217 --> 00:26:35,510
Camp on his front yard?

377
00:26:35,594 --> 00:26:36,595
Yeah, well...

378
00:26:37,679 --> 00:26:39,055
how the hell are we gonna get to him?

379
00:26:48,273 --> 00:26:49,691
[snoring]

380
00:26:51,234 --> 00:26:53,862
[alarm blaring]

381
00:27:00,660 --> 00:27:01,494
[rifle cocks]

382
00:27:03,204 --> 00:27:05,624
-[Charlotte] Don't shoot!
-[Wendy] Oh, my God! Oh, my God!

383
00:27:05,707 --> 00:27:08,460
My God, Charlotte!
I could have killed you!

384
00:27:08,543 --> 00:27:10,128
[Charlotte] I forgot the code!

385
00:27:10,211 --> 00:27:13,632
[Wendy] I could have killed you!
The code is your birthday!

386
00:27:13,715 --> 00:27:15,216
I forgot it! I'm sorry!

387
00:27:15,300 --> 00:27:16,676
[Marty] What the hell are you even doing
out of the house?

388
00:27:16,760 --> 00:27:18,428
It's not past my curfew!

389
00:27:18,511 --> 00:27:20,472
-[Wendy] We didn't even know you were out.
-[alarm stops]

390
00:27:20,555 --> 00:27:23,683
I need to know where you are,
where both of you are.

391
00:27:23,767 --> 00:27:26,561
Every second of every day.
You understand that?

392
00:27:26,645 --> 00:27:28,355
-So like prisoners?
-No, not like prisoners.

393
00:27:28,438 --> 00:27:30,231
-Get to bed, please.
-Then like what?

394
00:27:30,315 --> 00:27:31,650
Like people we're trying to keep safe.

395
00:27:31,983 --> 00:27:34,361
-[Jonah] But you said we were safe.
-We are. We are.

396
00:27:34,444 --> 00:27:35,945
-[Jonah] You just said that--
-I know what I said.

397
00:27:36,029 --> 00:27:38,823
It doesn't make sense! We're free,
but you want us locked inside.

398
00:27:38,907 --> 00:27:41,284
-You wanna know where we are every second.
-[Marty] Calm down.

399
00:27:41,368 --> 00:27:44,579
We came back because this was the only way
for all of us to live a life.

400
00:27:44,663 --> 00:27:47,874
I know it's not fair,
but we need six months.

401
00:27:49,709 --> 00:27:53,004
We know you love us and we know
you just want to keep us safe,

402
00:27:54,297 --> 00:27:55,924
but none of this would make any difference

403
00:27:56,007 --> 00:27:57,801
if somebody really wanted us dead.

404
00:27:57,884 --> 00:27:59,844
Listen, your mother and I have a plan.

405
00:27:59,928 --> 00:28:02,138
We need six months.
That's all we're asking for.

406
00:28:02,222 --> 00:28:05,016
Once the casino's open,
we can move anywhere in the world.

407
00:28:05,100 --> 00:28:08,520
Until then, we got to know
where you are. That's it.

408
00:28:08,603 --> 00:28:09,896
If you'll excuse me,

409
00:28:10,647 --> 00:28:14,901
I'm gonna wash down
some heart medicine with a large bourbon.

410
00:28:14,984 --> 00:28:16,569
Good night, Buddy. Sorry.
Good night, Jonah.

411
00:28:16,653 --> 00:28:18,446
[Wendy] Where were you, anyway?

412
00:28:18,530 --> 00:28:20,699
-I was just with Wyatt.
-Great.

413
00:28:23,076 --> 00:28:25,286
We have a plan to get out of here
in six months?

414
00:28:25,370 --> 00:28:27,038
[Marty] We got 3% of the profits.

415
00:28:27,122 --> 00:28:29,249
[Wendy] Yeah, but you know what happens
if we skim.

416
00:28:29,332 --> 00:28:30,458
[Marty] We're not skimming.
It's our money.

417
00:28:30,542 --> 00:28:32,168
I told 'em straight up, we have 3%.

418
00:28:32,711 --> 00:28:35,672
I hit one button,
and it disappears into offshore oblivion.

419
00:28:36,381 --> 00:28:39,259
Once the casino's open,
the laundering becomes self-sufficient

420
00:28:39,342 --> 00:28:41,678
and it'll be months
before they know we're gone.

421
00:28:41,761 --> 00:28:44,597
We just need to decide
where in the world we want to disappear.

422
00:28:46,141 --> 00:28:47,559
[breathes deeply]

423
00:28:50,270 --> 00:28:51,271
[Marty] I disagree.

424
00:28:51,354 --> 00:28:55,984
I think that this place has substantial
investment holdings. It's perfect.

425
00:28:56,067 --> 00:28:59,070
[Wendy] A couple of movers could help make
that point right about now.

426
00:28:59,154 --> 00:29:01,030
[Marty chuckles] We're almost done.

427
00:29:01,114 --> 00:29:02,073
[door opens]

428
00:29:02,657 --> 00:29:05,493
Is that something I gotta sign for?
Can you just leave it up front?

429
00:29:11,541 --> 00:29:12,459
Hi.

430
00:29:13,918 --> 00:29:15,170
[Wendy] Hi, can I help you?

431
00:29:16,880 --> 00:29:18,631
[man] This is a nice space.

432
00:29:19,507 --> 00:29:20,633
Lake view.

433
00:29:22,135 --> 00:29:25,889
I hope the lease isn't predicated
on you actually opening a casino.

434
00:29:28,349 --> 00:29:29,976
You did speak to a state senator

435
00:29:30,059 --> 00:29:32,854
about lifting the casino cap
from 13 to 14.

436
00:29:34,773 --> 00:29:37,358
Uh, it was a preliminary conversation.

437
00:29:37,859 --> 00:29:41,571
Well, I'll save you the legwork.
That bill will never reach the floor.

438
00:29:43,156 --> 00:29:45,992
Is that your opinion, or...

439
00:29:47,202 --> 00:29:48,703
does it belong to Charles Wilkes?

440
00:29:51,998 --> 00:29:53,374
We don't know you.

441
00:29:58,254 --> 00:30:01,508
Well, that's understandable.

442
00:30:01,591 --> 00:30:03,635
Maybe we can talk you through some
of our--

443
00:30:03,718 --> 00:30:07,138
Martin Byrde, Indiana State University.
Founder of Liddell and Byrde.

444
00:30:07,222 --> 00:30:09,682
Whose co-founder,
Bruce Liddell, went missing

445
00:30:09,766 --> 00:30:13,895
just after the business was liquidated
and you moved to Osage Beach,

446
00:30:14,479 --> 00:30:18,233
where you serve as an angel investor
in one gentlemen's club,

447
00:30:18,316 --> 00:30:21,152
one sleepy resort and one funeral home.

448
00:30:22,153 --> 00:30:25,657
Thereby hitting for the sex,
nap, death cycle.

449
00:30:27,075 --> 00:30:28,785
It's not that we don't know you.

450
00:30:29,410 --> 00:30:30,703
The point is,

451
00:30:31,663 --> 00:30:33,373
we don't know you.

452
00:30:35,500 --> 00:30:37,168
Invite us to the lake house.

453
00:30:38,586 --> 00:30:39,462
Then you will.

454
00:30:43,550 --> 00:30:44,676
♪ Oh! ♪

455
00:30:45,260 --> 00:30:47,679
♪ Check it out, check it out ♪

456
00:30:48,596 --> 00:30:49,556
♪ This here goes out... ♪

457
00:30:51,975 --> 00:30:53,852
[man] Don't call for an appointment again.

458
00:30:55,979 --> 00:30:57,063
♪ Think your shit is sweet ♪

459
00:30:57,689 --> 00:31:00,108
♪ Nigga creep up on your ass, ha! ♪

460
00:31:00,191 --> 00:31:02,861
♪ Live niggas respect it
Check it ♪

461
00:31:02,944 --> 00:31:05,738
♪ I kick flows for ya
Kick down doors for ya ♪

462
00:31:05,822 --> 00:31:08,324
♪ Even left all my motherfuckin'
Hoes for ya ♪

463
00:31:08,408 --> 00:31:10,410
♪ Niggas think Frankie
Pussy-whipped, nigga ♪

464
00:31:10,493 --> 00:31:12,829
♪ Picture that
With a Kodak, Insta-ma-tac ♪

465
00:31:12,912 --> 00:31:15,915
♪ We don't get down like that
Lay my game down quite flat ♪

466
00:31:15,999 --> 00:31:17,876
♪ Sweetness, where you parked at? ♪

467
00:31:17,959 --> 00:31:19,878
♪ Petiteness, but that ass fat ♪

468
00:31:19,961 --> 00:31:22,338
♪ She got a body
Make a nigga wanna eat that ♪

469
00:31:22,422 --> 00:31:23,631
♪ I'm fuckin' with you ♪

470
00:31:24,299 --> 00:31:27,719
♪ I'm sittin' in the crib dreamin'
About Lear jets and coupes ♪

471
00:31:27,802 --> 00:31:30,722
♪ The way Salt shoops
And how they sell records like Snoop ♪

472
00:31:30,805 --> 00:31:33,182
-♪ Oops! I'm interrupted by a doorbell ♪
-[doorbell rings]

473
00:31:36,227 --> 00:31:37,103
[Ruth] You good?

474
00:31:48,531 --> 00:31:50,575
[car engine starts]

475
00:31:50,658 --> 00:31:52,076
[car engine stops]

476
00:32:01,127 --> 00:32:02,545
Why'd you do it?

477
00:32:05,465 --> 00:32:06,549
Do what?

478
00:32:07,508 --> 00:32:08,509
Don't.

479
00:32:14,015 --> 00:32:15,558
Russ was a fucking rat.

480
00:32:17,560 --> 00:32:18,603
Bullshit.

481
00:32:22,148 --> 00:32:23,524
This was in his trailer.

482
00:32:25,777 --> 00:32:27,528
He was asking me all sorts of questions

483
00:32:27,612 --> 00:32:30,365
about stealing money
and killing Marty Byrde.

484
00:32:35,578 --> 00:32:36,788
You say anything?

485
00:32:40,166 --> 00:32:41,376
I didn't say shit.

486
00:32:49,842 --> 00:32:51,678
They were my fucking brothers.

487
00:32:57,684 --> 00:32:59,560
I'm your fucking daughter.

488
00:33:03,106 --> 00:33:05,108
I don't know who he was working with,

489
00:33:06,067 --> 00:33:10,363
but he was gonna pin me for fucking murder
and he was on his way to do it.

490
00:33:26,087 --> 00:33:28,381
Next time, get me a fucking blonde.

491
00:33:55,616 --> 00:33:56,617
[Wendy] Hello.

492
00:33:57,285 --> 00:33:58,536
Are you Sister Alice?

493
00:33:58,619 --> 00:34:00,788
-Yes, Mrs. Byrde, please sit.
-Thank you.

494
00:34:00,872 --> 00:34:03,416
[Alice] You were trying
to find records for a relative.

495
00:34:03,499 --> 00:34:04,834
Yes, a cousin.

496
00:34:04,917 --> 00:34:09,047
We think he may have been here
about 30 years ago.

497
00:34:09,130 --> 00:34:12,091
I'm wondering
if you happen to have any files

498
00:34:12,175 --> 00:34:14,302
or photo albums
I might be able to look at.

499
00:34:14,385 --> 00:34:15,636
-Of course.
-Oh, good.

500
00:34:15,720 --> 00:34:17,388
-Right over here.
-Thank you.

501
00:34:30,693 --> 00:34:33,905
That can't be real. Get on over here.

502
00:34:33,988 --> 00:34:37,533
Oh, God damn! Let me look at you.

503
00:34:38,826 --> 00:34:39,869
Uncle Cade!

504
00:34:39,952 --> 00:34:44,040
Now there's a grown-up Langmore man
if I ever seen one.

505
00:34:44,123 --> 00:34:48,127
You. You were just a little tadpole
last time I seen you.

506
00:34:48,753 --> 00:34:49,837
Welcome home, Uncle Cade.

507
00:34:49,921 --> 00:34:54,425
Yeah, I'm sorry your dad and uncle
aren't here for us all to be together,

508
00:34:54,509 --> 00:34:59,555
but I promise, on my honor,
I'm gonna do right by you in their memory.

509
00:35:00,473 --> 00:35:03,684
Ah. I can't believe how big you both are.

510
00:35:05,478 --> 00:35:06,479
Daddy.

511
00:35:08,189 --> 00:35:09,398
You're staying over there.

512
00:35:13,611 --> 00:35:15,279
I thought you'd want your privacy.

513
00:35:32,672 --> 00:35:33,881
Get over here.

514
00:35:38,970 --> 00:35:41,305
This about the nicest thing I ever seen.

515
00:35:48,146 --> 00:35:49,188
Hello.

516
00:35:49,272 --> 00:35:50,398
[Wendy] Hi. I'm here!

517
00:35:51,190 --> 00:35:55,444
[Marty] Well, what's the emergency?
I told Ruth that I would talk to her.

518
00:35:55,528 --> 00:35:58,030
And I can't keep putting it off.
It's too important.

519
00:36:00,116 --> 00:36:04,871
What's that, a tux?
I thought our anniversary is in August.

520
00:36:04,954 --> 00:36:08,791
Charles Wilkes is throwing a benefit
for his charity tonight in Kansas City.

521
00:36:10,168 --> 00:36:11,294
I bought a table.

522
00:36:13,337 --> 00:36:14,505
You bought a table?

523
00:36:15,214 --> 00:36:16,716
For $50,000.

524
00:36:17,800 --> 00:36:19,677
$50,000?

525
00:36:19,760 --> 00:36:23,389
Wendy, you realize he sent someone
to explicitly tell us to stay away.

526
00:36:23,472 --> 00:36:26,392
-No, he didn't.
-He didn't?

527
00:36:26,684 --> 00:36:28,978
Okay. You know,

528
00:36:29,061 --> 00:36:32,023
the second you get back around politics,
you get this look.

529
00:36:32,106 --> 00:36:33,316
You know that, right?

530
00:36:33,399 --> 00:36:35,818
No one drives four hours
to tell someone to stay away.

531
00:36:35,902 --> 00:36:38,321
It's like calling someone and saying
you never want to speak to them again.

532
00:36:38,446 --> 00:36:39,405
[Marty] Mm-hmm.

533
00:36:40,072 --> 00:36:41,199
It wasn't a warning,

534
00:36:42,533 --> 00:36:43,910
it was an invitation.

535
00:36:43,993 --> 00:36:44,911
Got it.

536
00:36:46,078 --> 00:36:48,164
[music playing on radio]

537
00:36:49,040 --> 00:36:52,585
[Cade] Any of you boys are known felons,
you might want to skedaddle.

538
00:36:52,668 --> 00:36:54,754
I ain't supposed to be consortin'
with you.

539
00:36:54,837 --> 00:36:56,255
[all chuckle]

540
00:37:00,509 --> 00:37:03,596
-Sorry. Meant to get to you this morning.
-[Ruth] It's okay.

541
00:37:03,679 --> 00:37:05,932
-My dad just came home.
-[Marty] Sure.

542
00:37:06,015 --> 00:37:07,683
[Ruth] So, been busy.

543
00:37:07,767 --> 00:37:08,601
[Marty] Yeah.

544
00:37:10,102 --> 00:37:12,730
You didn't bring me a corsage
or some shit, did you?

545
00:37:12,813 --> 00:37:13,731
Fuck no, we got a thing.

546
00:37:13,814 --> 00:37:16,567
-You must be Martin Byrde.
-Hi. You're Cade?

547
00:37:16,651 --> 00:37:17,902
-Yes, I am.
-Hi, there.

548
00:37:17,985 --> 00:37:20,196
Hi. I wanted to say thank you very much

549
00:37:20,279 --> 00:37:22,281
for taking care of my baby girl
while I was away.

550
00:37:23,157 --> 00:37:25,076
Yeah. Well, you know, she's...

551
00:37:25,826 --> 00:37:26,661
Um...

552
00:37:27,662 --> 00:37:28,621
Congratulations.

553
00:37:29,956 --> 00:37:30,998
For what?

554
00:37:32,792 --> 00:37:35,002
-Well, you know, she--
-I'm just kidding.

555
00:37:35,086 --> 00:37:36,420
-Yeah?
-Yeah.

556
00:37:37,421 --> 00:37:39,590
-It's good to be free.
-I'll bet.

557
00:37:39,674 --> 00:37:40,758
Hmm.

558
00:37:41,342 --> 00:37:43,010
Anyway, you look like a man
with things to do.

559
00:37:43,094 --> 00:37:44,387
I'll let you two talk, and...

560
00:37:44,470 --> 00:37:46,389
-Got a thing.
-Yeah, you have a good night.

561
00:37:47,640 --> 00:37:48,516
Pleasure.

562
00:37:48,599 --> 00:37:49,433
[Cade] Mm-hmm.

563
00:37:52,061 --> 00:37:53,271
Um...

564
00:37:53,354 --> 00:37:57,024
So, listen. We're not partners, okay?

565
00:37:57,108 --> 00:37:59,235
I won't be held hostage
because of what you did for me.

566
00:37:59,318 --> 00:38:00,319
You understand?

567
00:38:01,279 --> 00:38:02,113
Okay.

568
00:38:02,196 --> 00:38:04,615
So, besides that, tell me what you want.

569
00:38:05,950 --> 00:38:06,867
A raise.

570
00:38:08,286 --> 00:38:09,120
How much?

571
00:38:11,789 --> 00:38:13,374
Twenty-five grand a year.

572
00:38:15,751 --> 00:38:18,045
Okay. Done. Anything else?

573
00:38:20,298 --> 00:38:22,174
I wanna learn how to use the books.

574
00:38:24,176 --> 00:38:26,595
Sure. What else?

575
00:38:31,767 --> 00:38:32,685
That's it.

576
00:38:33,686 --> 00:38:37,940
We just opened up a new office
to help manage the other businesses.

577
00:38:38,024 --> 00:38:40,234
You wanna work there a couple days a week?
I can show you the ropes.

578
00:38:42,862 --> 00:38:44,697
-Okay.
-Sound good? Okay.

579
00:38:44,780 --> 00:38:46,949
Take tomorrow off, hang out with your dad.

580
00:38:47,033 --> 00:38:51,078
Start day after tomorrow?
See you in there? Yeah? Good.

581
00:39:16,812 --> 00:39:17,813
[Wendy] The Gold Coast?

582
00:39:19,398 --> 00:39:22,318
Australia, Wendy? Come on.

583
00:39:22,401 --> 00:39:24,528
[Wendy] Nobody'd be looking for us
in Australia.

584
00:39:24,612 --> 00:39:25,821
[Marty] Yeah. No shit.

585
00:39:30,910 --> 00:39:31,994
-You got him?
-Mm-hmm.

586
00:39:34,038 --> 00:39:35,331
-Is he alone?
-Mm-hmm.

587
00:39:36,791 --> 00:39:39,794
-Are you ready?
-Mm-hmm.

588
00:39:42,338 --> 00:39:44,965
-[kisses] Good luck.
-Mm-hmm.

589
00:40:01,315 --> 00:40:02,650
[Wilkes] Scotch, neat, please.

590
00:40:03,984 --> 00:40:05,361
[clears throat]

591
00:40:07,071 --> 00:40:09,198
Having a good time? Thanks for coming.

592
00:40:09,907 --> 00:40:10,991
Thank you.

593
00:40:11,992 --> 00:40:12,827
Thank you.

594
00:40:13,786 --> 00:40:14,745
Oh!

595
00:40:14,829 --> 00:40:17,790
-I am so sorry. Please excuse me.
-I'm so sorry.

596
00:40:17,873 --> 00:40:21,335
-Pardon me, I'm so sorry.
-No, no. We're fine. It's my fault.

597
00:40:21,419 --> 00:40:24,255
-Should've looked where I'm going. Ugh.
-No, good Lord.

598
00:40:24,338 --> 00:40:25,840
-I apologize.
-[chuckles]

599
00:40:28,759 --> 00:40:32,763
Is that St. Jerome...
Is that St. Jerome Emiliani?

600
00:40:32,847 --> 00:40:34,974
Yeah, my mother gave it to me.

601
00:40:35,057 --> 00:40:38,227
It's silly, but it means something to me.

602
00:40:39,478 --> 00:40:40,688
I'm Wendy Byrde.

603
00:40:42,565 --> 00:40:43,482
Wendy Byrde.

604
00:40:44,483 --> 00:40:46,861
You spent $50,000 on a table.

605
00:40:48,237 --> 00:40:49,780
-I'm very impressed.
-[both chuckle]

606
00:40:50,656 --> 00:40:53,576
Do you know the names of everybody
who donated here? Oh.

607
00:40:53,659 --> 00:40:55,703
Knowing people's names
seems the bare minimum

608
00:40:55,786 --> 00:40:57,496
for the price of admission, right?

609
00:40:59,623 --> 00:41:02,668
-I should introduce you to my husband.
-I'd love to meet him.

610
00:41:21,353 --> 00:41:23,939
Hi. I was hoping you could help me.

611
00:41:24,023 --> 00:41:26,567
A client of mine
swiped his credit card here recently,

612
00:41:26,650 --> 00:41:29,028
and I'd love to take a look
at your security footage.

613
00:41:29,111 --> 00:41:31,071
I can give you precise date and time.

614
00:41:31,697 --> 00:41:32,781
I can't do that.

615
00:41:32,865 --> 00:41:35,451
His card was actually used
without his knowledge.

616
00:41:35,910 --> 00:41:37,036
Like I said...

617
00:41:37,912 --> 00:41:39,455
I'm his attorney.

618
00:41:40,456 --> 00:41:44,043
We're trying to conduct this investigation
as discreetly as possible.

619
00:41:44,126 --> 00:41:45,878
I'm sure you understand.

620
00:41:47,046 --> 00:41:50,174
What part of "I can't do that"
is so fucking confusing?

621
00:41:56,055 --> 00:41:58,098
Are all the files kept in that recorder?

622
00:41:59,016 --> 00:41:59,850
Why?

623
00:42:00,184 --> 00:42:03,187
I'm just curious
if they're sent to another server

624
00:42:03,270 --> 00:42:04,855
or if you're my only recourse.

625
00:42:04,939 --> 00:42:06,023
[clears throat]

626
00:42:06,106 --> 00:42:08,234
No. You are stuck with me.

627
00:42:10,361 --> 00:42:13,280
I would be more than happy
to pay for any inconvenience.

628
00:42:16,575 --> 00:42:19,161
How's 500 grand?

629
00:42:20,162 --> 00:42:22,540
I'm sorry we couldn't come
to an agreement.

630
00:42:43,727 --> 00:42:47,147
Dude, if you're with that bitch,
I already said everything I had to say.

631
00:42:49,441 --> 00:42:50,317
Hey.

632
00:42:52,653 --> 00:42:55,447
No, no, no, no, no. No, no.

633
00:42:59,285 --> 00:43:00,578
Don't kill me.

634
00:43:08,210 --> 00:43:09,587
[man groaning]

635
00:43:09,670 --> 00:43:11,005
[door closes]

636
00:43:13,132 --> 00:43:14,717
[door opens]

637
00:43:28,230 --> 00:43:29,648
[man gags]

638
00:43:31,066 --> 00:43:32,318
How about now?

639
00:43:44,246 --> 00:43:48,000
Tell me. How does a casino equate
to a more simple family life?

640
00:43:49,918 --> 00:43:55,257
What we do for a living has
absolutely no bearing on how we parent.

641
00:43:55,341 --> 00:43:56,717
And I refute anybody

642
00:43:56,800 --> 00:43:59,762
who says Christian values
and capitalism can't coexist.

643
00:44:02,306 --> 00:44:03,140
[Marty] Hmm.

644
00:44:03,974 --> 00:44:04,808
[Wendy] Hmm?

645
00:44:05,434 --> 00:44:06,852
We are new to Missouri,

646
00:44:06,935 --> 00:44:10,898
but we understand business,
and we understand the power of community.

647
00:44:13,233 --> 00:44:15,444
You said you worked in politics
in Chicago?

648
00:44:16,153 --> 00:44:16,987
I did.

649
00:44:17,613 --> 00:44:19,490
[Wilkes] And you think
you can sell me on this idea.

650
00:44:19,573 --> 00:44:21,450
-I do.
-[Wilkes] Yeah?

651
00:44:24,078 --> 00:44:25,329
Enlighten me.

652
00:44:28,415 --> 00:44:33,796
Well, as Marty sort of
skimmed the surface...

653
00:44:33,879 --> 00:44:37,007
[panting]

654
00:44:42,513 --> 00:44:44,056
-Ow.
-[both chuckle]

655
00:44:44,139 --> 00:44:45,474
-Careful.
-[laughs]

656
00:44:45,557 --> 00:44:49,853
Don't you dent my top-ranked minivan
in the US, okay?

657
00:45:07,621 --> 00:45:09,206
Let's go. Out of the car.

658
00:45:09,289 --> 00:45:10,541
Out of the car.

659
00:45:12,876 --> 00:45:13,877
In the back seat.

660
00:45:29,143 --> 00:45:29,977
You lied.

661
00:45:33,522 --> 00:45:36,608
This is Del's credit card being used
in Chicago.

662
00:45:37,818 --> 00:45:41,488
I'm sure you can recognize that gentleman.
He's rather distinctive.

663
00:45:46,785 --> 00:45:48,454
Distinctively not Del.

664
00:45:52,124 --> 00:45:54,877
-I had no idea--
-[Helen] Oh, please.

665
00:45:54,960 --> 00:45:56,295
For both our sakes.

666
00:45:57,129 --> 00:45:59,006
We know you are not a killer.

667
00:46:00,340 --> 00:46:01,800
You're a businessman,

668
00:46:02,801 --> 00:46:07,639
which is why we are giving you an hour
to negotiate reparations for Del's death.

669
00:46:09,099 --> 00:46:11,018
-One hour?
-Mm-hmm.

670
00:46:12,019 --> 00:46:14,813
After that, I have to leave it
to my associates outside.

671
00:46:17,566 --> 00:46:19,234
[Marty] Uh, well...

672
00:46:23,197 --> 00:46:25,282
Del was completely out of line.

673
00:46:25,365 --> 00:46:29,453
We had a deal made
and then he started insulting the Snells.

674
00:46:29,536 --> 00:46:32,247
I don't doubt it. I knew Del.

675
00:46:33,373 --> 00:46:34,625
Nevertheless.

676
00:46:39,171 --> 00:46:40,964
What kind of deal
are you willing to accept?

677
00:46:42,424 --> 00:46:44,343
I'll know it when I hear it.

678
00:46:46,762 --> 00:46:47,763
Okay.

679
00:46:49,890 --> 00:46:50,849
Okay.

680
00:46:51,809 --> 00:46:53,227
Let's go see the Snells.

681
00:46:54,895 --> 00:46:55,729
Good.

682
00:46:56,313 --> 00:46:57,606
[all laughing]

683
00:46:58,857 --> 00:47:00,359
[Wyatt] So were you ever scared in there?

684
00:47:01,485 --> 00:47:04,988
[Cade] Most of those boys don't really
fight, they just push and shove.

685
00:47:07,783 --> 00:47:08,992
But forget about me.

686
00:47:09,993 --> 00:47:12,913
Tell me about you, boy.
How's that local talent?

687
00:47:13,997 --> 00:47:17,125
-What are you talking about?
-Girls. Lakeside.

688
00:47:18,585 --> 00:47:20,212
You managing to get your share?

689
00:47:20,295 --> 00:47:22,548
[Wyatt] They don't pay
much attention to me.

690
00:47:22,631 --> 00:47:26,176
None of 'em? There must be at least one
with some sense.

691
00:47:26,635 --> 00:47:29,054
I don't know. Maybe one.

692
00:47:30,097 --> 00:47:31,431
[laughing]

693
00:47:32,891 --> 00:47:34,226
[Cade] Do tell.

694
00:47:34,643 --> 00:47:36,186
[Ruth] You need to go to sleep.

695
00:47:36,812 --> 00:47:38,230
It's a fucking school night.

696
00:47:38,814 --> 00:47:39,773
[Cade] Tell you what.

697
00:47:40,607 --> 00:47:44,069
We'll do a little business together,
put some money in your pocket,

698
00:47:44,611 --> 00:47:46,113
let the girls notice...

699
00:47:46,780 --> 00:47:48,073
that bulge.

700
00:47:48,156 --> 00:47:50,742
[both laughing]

701
00:47:51,827 --> 00:47:53,704
-[Ruth] Classy.
-[chuckling] Oh! Whoa!

702
00:47:54,997 --> 00:47:56,832
[Ruth] You're not supposed
to drink on parole.

703
00:47:56,915 --> 00:47:59,585
Hmm. Girl thinks
she's both our mamas.

704
00:48:04,882 --> 00:48:05,716
So...

705
00:48:06,925 --> 00:48:09,303
what do you think happened
to your daddy, anyway?

706
00:48:09,386 --> 00:48:13,015
How's he careless enough to go
and get himself electrocuted?

707
00:48:13,098 --> 00:48:14,641
That's not like him.

708
00:48:17,060 --> 00:48:19,104
Yeah. I don't know.

709
00:48:19,897 --> 00:48:21,773
Probably Boyd did something stupid.

710
00:48:21,857 --> 00:48:22,983
[Cade] Yeah.

711
00:48:23,650 --> 00:48:24,568
Mm-hmm.

712
00:48:25,110 --> 00:48:26,653
Maybe it was Boyd.

713
00:48:30,407 --> 00:48:34,870
Fuck it. I'm going to bed.
Don't blame me if your mornings are shit.

714
00:48:38,123 --> 00:48:40,000
-[Wyatt] Night!
-Night.

715
00:48:41,335 --> 00:48:42,961
[Jacob] What are they asking for?

716
00:48:44,046 --> 00:48:45,339
Fair reparations.

717
00:48:46,048 --> 00:48:47,966
The man violated a code.

718
00:48:49,384 --> 00:48:52,012
The man was a top lieutenant
in a billion dollar business.

719
00:48:54,306 --> 00:48:55,474
Thank you, Ash.

720
00:49:00,896 --> 00:49:02,439
What are you suggesting?

721
00:49:03,607 --> 00:49:05,567
You should offer them $5 million.

722
00:49:06,985 --> 00:49:10,280
-For that Mexican man?
-[Wendy] Del had a wife and two children.

723
00:49:10,364 --> 00:49:11,406
They're better off without him.

724
00:49:12,741 --> 00:49:14,451
[Marty] We can't leave here
without a solution.

725
00:49:15,035 --> 00:49:17,496
[Darlene] There's nothing needs solving.

726
00:49:17,579 --> 00:49:20,832
I take it they didn't give you
clear guidelines.

727
00:49:23,919 --> 00:49:24,920
What about $4 million?

728
00:49:30,175 --> 00:49:33,303
[Wendy] What if you adjusted
your percentage in the casino?

729
00:49:33,971 --> 00:49:36,598
Nothing comes out of your pocket
until it makes money.

730
00:49:41,019 --> 00:49:45,899
5%? 3%. That'd pay for
any misunderstanding in perpetuity.

731
00:49:45,983 --> 00:49:47,150
[Darlene] It's weakness.

732
00:49:47,234 --> 00:49:48,068
[Wendy] Your heroin.

733
00:49:49,152 --> 00:49:52,114
Maybe you surrender profits
on a certain number of shipments.

734
00:49:52,197 --> 00:49:55,033
They'd still need to provide distribution.

735
00:49:55,117 --> 00:49:56,535
[Marty] We could negotiate that.

736
00:49:56,618 --> 00:50:00,580
[Darlene] Giving away our crop for free
goes against the backbone of this deal.

737
00:50:00,664 --> 00:50:02,332
You shot their man's fucking head off.

738
00:50:03,041 --> 00:50:06,336
[Jacob] The man violated a code.
That has a price...

739
00:50:07,713 --> 00:50:09,464
but it's not ours to pay.

740
00:50:17,472 --> 00:50:19,141
Jacob, there are Mexicans at your gate

741
00:50:19,224 --> 00:50:22,227
that are ready to come up here
and wipe us all out.

742
00:50:22,310 --> 00:50:23,854
[Darlene] Let 'em come.

743
00:50:25,814 --> 00:50:27,774
[Wendy] You have got
to think this through.

744
00:50:29,609 --> 00:50:33,405
The cartel has more men and more guns
than you could ever have,

745
00:50:33,488 --> 00:50:37,117
and if it doesn't happen tonight,
they'll just send more men.

746
00:50:37,200 --> 00:50:40,620
More and more and more.
So, I'm begging you.

747
00:50:42,831 --> 00:50:44,583
We are begging you. We have two children.

748
00:50:44,666 --> 00:50:49,296
So, I ask you, just see this through.
Just think it through.

749
00:50:50,839 --> 00:50:52,049
You need to go.

750
00:50:53,842 --> 00:50:54,718
Go.

751
00:51:00,348 --> 00:51:01,683
Don't do this.

752
00:51:01,767 --> 00:51:04,770
[Jacob] No more compromises,
no more deals.

753
00:51:05,645 --> 00:51:09,191
Ash, escort them out. Get the men.

754
00:51:12,903 --> 00:51:15,030
-[grunts]
-[Wendy yells] Oh!

755
00:51:22,079 --> 00:51:24,122
-[Wendy gasping] Oh, God.
-[Marty] Jesus Christ.

756
00:51:24,206 --> 00:51:25,207
[Darlene] No!

757
00:51:26,208 --> 00:51:28,919
Jacob! No! No!

758
00:51:29,002 --> 00:51:31,046
[gasps] Ash! Ash!

759
00:51:31,129 --> 00:51:33,715
[breathing heavily]

760
00:51:33,799 --> 00:51:35,425
[Marty] Jesus Christ, Jacob.

761
00:51:36,635 --> 00:51:37,636
What the fuck?

762
00:51:38,220 --> 00:51:39,304
Why, Jacob?

763
00:51:40,055 --> 00:51:41,098
No. Ash.

764
00:51:41,181 --> 00:51:43,058
You killed their man, Darlene.

765
00:51:43,141 --> 00:51:46,144
-[Darlene whimpering] Shit.
-Go on.

766
00:51:46,269 --> 00:51:48,688
This was the only thing
that was gonna make it right.

767
00:51:48,772 --> 00:51:49,981
And you know it.

768
00:51:52,776 --> 00:51:54,486
Now, go get your Mexican.

769
00:51:55,278 --> 00:51:56,363
[Darlene sighs]

770
00:51:57,989 --> 00:52:00,075
[Marty] Come on. Yeah.

771
00:52:05,122 --> 00:52:06,748
[Wendy] Excuse me. I'm sorry.

772
00:52:48,665 --> 00:52:50,083
Is that what we wanted?

773
00:52:55,505 --> 00:52:57,299
We didn't want anything.

774
00:53:02,345 --> 00:53:03,430
[Wendy] So, that's it?

775
00:53:05,182 --> 00:53:08,268
We go back in that house, go to bed,
wake up in the morning, kiss the kids?

776
00:53:11,855 --> 00:53:13,773
That's exactly what we do.

777
00:53:14,608 --> 00:53:18,236
We make the pancakes, and ask the kids
what's going on with school

778
00:53:18,320 --> 00:53:21,698
and we just keep trying to figure out
a way out of this, Wendy.

779
00:53:21,781 --> 00:53:23,033
We're responsible.

780
00:53:24,284 --> 00:53:25,785
-What for?
-All of it.

781
00:53:25,869 --> 00:53:26,703
No, we're not.

782
00:53:26,786 --> 00:53:29,539
-Another man is dead.
-Because of his choices.

783
00:53:29,623 --> 00:53:32,751
He didn't have to try
to cover up a murder, okay?

784
00:53:32,834 --> 00:53:35,837
Just like Darlene didn't have to
kill Del in the first place,

785
00:53:35,921 --> 00:53:39,674
or Russ and Boyd didn't have to decide
to try to kill me,

786
00:53:39,758 --> 00:53:42,886
or Mason should have stayed out
on the water.

787
00:53:42,969 --> 00:53:45,180
Should've stayed on the fucking water.

788
00:53:45,722 --> 00:53:47,432
And, you know...

789
00:53:48,683 --> 00:53:51,519
People make choices, Wendy.
Choices have consequences.

790
00:53:51,603 --> 00:53:54,064
We don't have to live
under the weight of those decisions.

791
00:53:55,690 --> 00:53:57,734
At least admit it was good for us.

792
00:54:01,071 --> 00:54:03,740
If that man hadn't died,
the casino would be dead.

793
00:54:04,908 --> 00:54:06,076
So would we.

794
00:54:10,247 --> 00:54:11,373
We got lucky.

795
00:54:56,251 --> 00:54:57,460
What'd he want?

796
00:55:01,756 --> 00:55:04,509
-Who?
-Byrde.

797
00:55:05,593 --> 00:55:07,470
Why'd he show up here like that?

798
00:55:10,265 --> 00:55:12,142
I asked him for a raise.

799
00:55:19,774 --> 00:55:21,776
[Cade sighs]

800
00:55:29,659 --> 00:55:30,952
[grunts]

801
00:55:32,579 --> 00:55:35,123
[breathing heavily]

802
00:55:36,374 --> 00:55:37,625
What'd he say?

803
00:55:47,093 --> 00:55:48,553
He said yes.

804
00:55:49,471 --> 00:55:50,388
[Cade sighs]

805
00:55:52,974 --> 00:55:57,145
You just remember, he ain't your daddy.

806
00:56:29,928 --> 00:56:32,597
♪ The summer wind ♪

807
00:56:32,680 --> 00:56:37,727
♪ Came blowin' in
From across the sea ♪

808
00:56:40,605 --> 00:56:45,944
♪ It lingered there
To touch your hair ♪

809
00:56:46,027 --> 00:56:49,030
♪ And walk with me ♪

810
00:56:51,241 --> 00:56:56,246
♪ All summer long, we sang a song ♪

811
00:56:56,329 --> 00:57:00,917
♪ And then we strolled that golden sand ♪

812
00:57:03,628 --> 00:57:09,592
♪ Two sweethearts and the summer wind ♪

813
00:57:13,513 --> 00:57:16,015
♪ Like painted kites ♪

814
00:57:16,099 --> 00:57:21,020
♪ Those days and nights
They went flyin' by ♪

815
00:57:24,190 --> 00:57:27,193
♪ The world was new ♪

816
00:57:27,277 --> 00:57:32,824
♪ Beneath a blue umbrella sky ♪

817
00:57:35,243 --> 00:57:40,206
♪ Then softer than a piper man ♪

818
00:57:40,290 --> 00:57:44,794
♪ One day it called to you ♪

819
00:57:47,213 --> 00:57:50,049
♪ I lost you ♪

820
00:57:50,758 --> 00:57:53,845
♪ I lost you to the summer wind ♪

821
00:57:57,307 --> 00:58:01,769
♪ The autumn wind and the winter winds ♪

822
00:58:01,853 --> 00:58:04,189
♪ They have come and gone ♪

823
00:58:08,067 --> 00:58:10,361
♪ And still the days ♪

824
00:58:10,445 --> 00:58:16,493
♪ Those lonely days
They go on and on ♪

825
00:58:19,329 --> 00:58:24,417
♪ And guess who sighs his lullabies ♪

826
00:58:24,501 --> 00:58:29,297
♪ Through nights that never end ♪

827
00:58:31,508 --> 00:58:34,761
♪ My fickle friend ♪

828
00:58:35,637 --> 00:58:37,889
♪ The summer wind ♪

829
00:58:41,267 --> 00:58:43,436
♪ The summer wind ♪

830
00:58:45,104 --> 00:58:48,274
♪ Warm summer wind ♪

831
00:58:50,652 --> 00:58:54,072
♪ Warm summer wind ♪

832
00:58:55,865 --> 00:58:58,868
♪ Warm summer wind ♪

833
00:59:02,330 --> 00:59:04,791
♪ The summer wind ♪
 
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