Small Town Saturday Night (2010) Movie Script

And good morning.
I'm Bill Barrett.
- Hello. I'm Tim Fox.
- We are...
- Barrett and Fox.
- New Country 93.3.
Weather is gonna be out of this world.
We're starting to get into that part
of the summertime when it's really warm.
It's gonna heat up big time today
and it's gonna stay this way
for the rest of the week.
If you're gonna be taking the kids up
on the McKenzie today,
it's a great idea,
but always think safety.
Remember, there's a lot of stores
right along the McKenzie.
Stop in, maybe pick up
life vests for the kids.
Yeah, you can borrow them for the day.
Don't forget that.
You can borrow them for the day.
Use them and bring them
back to the shop.
Another thing to remember is...
This is good.
Thanks, Jerry.
I'll see you around.
I ain't here to bust your balls
if that's what you're thinking.
Well, I ain't here to kiss your ass
if that's what you're thinking.
Listen, man.
Look, I'm not the judge.
All right?
I'm just the deputy.
Let's shake hands
and just put this behind us.
Come on.
I'll just give you a lift into town.
Why don't you take off that badge
and see if you still
wanna shake hands then?
Yeah, that's about what I thought.
You stay away from them, Donny.
I mean it.
- Hey, babe.
- Morning.
Come here.
You're up early.
Yeah. I had this melody
stuck in my head.
You think you can get off early today?
Yeah, I'll try.
lt depends on whether
Charlie comes by or not.
Don't worry.
We'll get it all done.
When? I mean, we still
gotta finish the living room
and start on the kitchen
and Megan's room.
- Then we gotta clean up the place.
- Hey.
Look, I'll help you
pack up the living room
before I play tonight, okay?
And then we'll finish up
everything tomorrow
before the truck gets here.
Good morning, sleepyhead.
Munchkin, come here.
Get up here.
Uh-oh, come on!
I think I got someone.
I think I got someone.
Oh, nuts.
- Leslie--
- Mom!
What is going on up here?
ls that your father's beard trimmer?
I'm shaving my legs.
Well, I need you to cut
the grass this morning.
- But, Mom--
- Don't ''But, Mom.''
Leslie Ryan, you live here rent-free.
I don't ask much of you.
Now you can ride your bicycle
and you can shave your legs
after you do the lawn.
Oh, Megpie, Megpie,
gimme your waffle.
No no.
- Megan, are you done?
- Yeah.
All right, bring me your plate,
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
All right, I'd better get going.
Megpie, you wanna grab
my work shirt for me?
- Sure.
- All right, sweetheart.
- It's on my bathroom door.
- Okay.
What's wrong?
Here you go.
All right, are you gonna
help me put it on?
- Sure.
- We seem to have trouble with this one.
Your arm goes through the hole.
- That one? I'm gonna try that one.
- Okay.
- No, that's the wrong one, ding-dong.
- lt is?
- Yeah.
- No, I don't think so.
- I'll call you later.
- Okay.
I'm gonna need some help here.
Love bug?
- See ya.
- All right.
- I love you, ladies.
- Love you. Bye.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- He's funny, isn't he?
- Yeah, he's funny.
Okay, you'd better go brush your teeth
and get ready to go see Daddy, okay?
- Okay.
- All right.
Tommy, this just came in for you
from Child Services.
- You okay?
- Yeah.
- You need some aspirin, sweetie?
- No no, I'm gonna be fine.
I just need some sleep, that's all.
Jesus Christ Almighty.
What the fuck did you eat?
My wife made tacos last night.
You really need to see a fuckin' doctor.
You're late.
What are they gonna do, fire me?
It's my last day.
- I would.
- No, you wouldn't.
Then you'd actually have to work.
Yeah, right.
So what are you gonna do
after I'm gone, huh?
Oh, shit.
You mean Charlie ain't hired
anybody else yet?
Not that I know of.
He been by yet?
Hey, Herb.
I'll suck you off for 20 bucks.
I'll pass.
Wow, that sounds fun.
Okay, let me talk to Mommy again.
I love you too.
Sounds like she's liking her new school.
Well, no shit, Theresa.
Why didn't you think about that
before you uprooted them
and moved them halfway
across the state?
- Who the fuck are you?
- Angie! What?
Who the fuck are you?
- You got a problem?
- Who are you?
None of your fuckin' business,
that's who I am.
- ls that right?
- Yeah.
- You're fucking Angie now?
- Yeah.
- It's called an upgrade.
- Please. Fucking pathetic.
Hey, why don't you brush your teeth?
What'd you fucking say about my teeth?
You'll be picking yours
off the ground, you pussy.
Okay, fine.
Look, I don't wanna
keep talking about this
every time we get on the phone.
What'd you fucking say?
What'd you fucking say?
- I'll see you Friday. Bye.
- Donny, no!
- Wade, get up. Donny's back.
- So?
Wade, get up!
Come on, man. Seriously.
- God damn it, you fucking asshole!
- Get off.
- Get off him.
- Fucking let go!
- Chill the fuck out.
- Asshole!
Keep that piece of shit
away from my son.
Fuck you!
Okay okay.
That's enough, for fuck's sake.
Rodney, take her back inside.
I am filing a restraining order.
You're not seeing your son again.
Go ahead, call Tommy,
you fucking cunt.
- I fuckin' hate you!
- Bitch.
- Angie, go inside.
- Angie, come on, baby.
- Let's get in the house.
- Fuck.
How are you guys, man?
You fucking kidding me?
Donny, you can't fight
every guy she starts fucking.
You gotta move on.
See you guys.
You see Angie wasn't wearing a bra?
lt looked like a basket of loose fruit.
Hey. Get over here.
How's my little beauty queen?
Fine. Look.
Wow, she is almost as pretty as you.
- You want some coffee or anything?
- Oh, no.
I got a little time
if you wanna just sorta...
I gotta get going.
I have so much to do today.
- Right.
- Yeah.
Hey, pretty girl.
Why don't you come with me?
I think we have some pudding pops
in the break room.
Wait a minute.
She didn't tell me this.
- Okay.
- Yeah?
- Bye, Mom.
- All right, bye. Love you.
- See you tomorrow.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- I'll see you later.
Save me one.
Are you sure you don't wanna stay
just for a little while?
Who knows how long it's gonna be
before I see you again?
Tommy, I just-- I can't.
- I just...
- I know-- I know that you...
So... oh.
- Here's her bag.
- Oh, yeah yeah.
- Looks like a kitty there.
- She drew that for you.
Who's this?
ls this me and you back here?
So I'll see you tomorrow?
Yeah yeah, tomorrow's fine.
Yeah, guess it's gotta be tomorrow.
Okay. All right, bye.
It's been like this all morning?
Been in spurts.
Stupid thing!
Come on!
Well, it's another beautiful day
to cash in our sunshine chips.
50-minute music hour coming up next
on New Country 93
with Barrett and Fox.
KKNU Springfield, Eugene
New Country 93.
- What the fuck?
- Buy another can, ya baby.
I woke up to a perfect day
Told myself there ain't no way
That I was to guess the word
I came up with bye-bye...
- Hey.
- Hey.
Hi, Travis.
Can I talk to you outside for a minute?
- Yeah, sure.
- Okay.
- T, can you cover?
- Yeah yeah yeah.
What's up?
What's wrong?
Sam, talk to me.
I don't know if I can do this.
Do what?
The move.
don't do this, not now.
I mean, we're leaving in two days.
Everything's planned.
I'm playing my last show
tonight and we're--
we're getting the truck tomorrow.
Come on, babe, what do you--
what do you always say?
- Your future is our future.
- Exactly.
I know.
I'm just-- I'm really worried
about Megan and I--
Yeah, I know.
She's gonna be fine.
She'll have us.
It's all gonna work out.
I promise.
But Megan needs her father.
That's bullshit and you know it.
I've done more for that girl
in the past two years
than Tommy ever has.
Rhett, come on.
- Hold on!
- I need my fucking gas pumped.
- Travis, can't you help me out here?
- With what?
I need some help over here,
for Christ's sake.
So what, you're just gonna go?
I'm sorry.
Maybe we shouldn't talk about this--
I can't fucking believe
you're doing this today.
- We'll talk about it when you get off.
- Yeah, whatever.
What do you want?
- Assholes!
- Hey, fuck you!
- You want some advice?
- No.
Happy is happy and shit is shit.
You need to figure out which is which.
What the fuck?
Good grief, you're--
you're just like my wife.
- Oh, shut up.
- Yeah, she sits on the goddamn couch.
She'll eat a gallon of ice cream
and then she cries to me
about getting fat.
You see, I tell her it's a simple
mathematical equation.
Less calories consumed,
more calories burned--
that equals weight loss.
But does she want a solution?
No no no.
Not to that problem.
She'd rather me just sit there
and listen to her bitch and moan.
What-- what are you doing?
All right, honey, this is the part
where you start to cry.
Oh, shut your trap.
All right, let me get this straight.
He just marched up to the house
and started punching Rodney
for no good reason?
Yeah, that's exactly what happened.
And you guys didn't
provoke him in any way?
No! He's fucking crazy.
That's it. I am filing
a restraining order.
- I'm sick of this shit.
- Ange, I understand.
Tommy, you'd better do something.
All right, you wanna
press charges too, Rodney?
Hell, yeah, I do.
You guys are just gonna
have to go down to the station
and file a report.
Jesus Christ.
You guys have a nice day.
Yeah, well, thanks for nothing,
- Leslie.
- What?
I just got off the phone
with Joanne from the church.
And she was telling me
that her niece is staying with her
and that she is going to be attending
the junior college this fall.
- That's neat.
- Well, I was thinking that since...
you're gonna be taking
some classes down there too
that maybe the two of you should meet.
- Yeah, sure, whatever.
- Really? Good.
I'm gonna go call her and tell her yes.
Wait, Mom.
Mom, wait. Mom!
Mom, are you sure she's pretty?
- Hey, Rhett.
- Hey, Donny.
Your old man ain't here.
- Where is he?
- Hell if I know.
So you're out, huh?
- Well, it went by fast.
- Not for me.
What was it like?
lt sucked shit.
You been all right?
Thought you'd be outta here by now.
So did I.
I wish I could do that--
just leave this shithole town,
never come back.
It's gonna be hard to leave.
Why? Fuck this place.
My whole world's here.
You're lucky, you know?
You got a reason to leave
and a reason to stay.
I ain't got shit.
- Has your number changed?
- Absolutely not.
God, you look good, girl.
All right, I'll call ya.
All right.
That's all they had.
- What up, fellas?
- Nice shorts, ball licker.
They prevent chafing
and whisk away perspiration.
Jesus, Les, did you shave your legs?
What a fag.
Hey, Dwayne, do you think
we can work on my rig today?
Yeah. Yeah, we can do that, Les.
- Les, why don't you go long?
- Yeah?
- Go real long.
- Okay.
You're cruel, man.
All right, Les,
why don't you grab your rig?
- Sorry.
- Go over to the station.
We'll see you there in a bit.
So what's your doll's name?
- Tinker.
- Tinker.
- Tinker the stinker?
- Yeah.
Hold on to Tinker there, sweetheart.
- Hold on here.
- Okay.
I'll take care of these jokers.
Don't be an ass.
I'm not gonna mount you.
- What's up, buddy?
- How you doing, man?
- Good to see you, Tommy.
- You too.
I heard you boys had to referee
a little boxing match this morning.
lt wasn't much of a fight though.
- Rodney got his ass kicked.
- Yeah? He's a lover, not a fighter.
I'd better have Paul deputize you two,
seeing as how ugly over here never put
that baseball scholarship to use.
And Lord knows I could use the help.
Looks like you already got some.
How's she doing with all this?
A lot better than me, that's for sure.
I know how you feel, man.
I wish I had some advice for you, but...
- 210, 210, copy.
- So I-- I'd better get.
Well, see you guys tonight.
- Stay out of trouble.
- You too, Tommy.
- Use a condom.
- Not a chance.
Good to go, sweetheart.
I guess I'll see you around then.
- Yeah.
- All right, yeah.
- Take care of yourself.
- You too, man.
Hey, maybe I'll see you tonight, huh?
Sounds good.
- What's up, penis?
- What's up, dude?
- Travis!
- Oh my God, you asshole.
Would you quit doin' that,
you douchebag?
- Let's play stickball.
- No.
- How's it going?
- Oh, shitty.
Hey there, my little beauty queen.
Get over here, you.
I'm gonna have you stay with Rhonda
for a little bit, okay?
Why can't I go with you?
Honey, this is one of those times
when your daddy can't take you with him.
Now you're gonna
stay here with me, okay?
- Okay.
- Great. All right, baby.
I'll see you in a little bit, all right?
You wanna help me
sharpen some pencils?
- Yeah!
- All right.
You're on the clock now.
Get them good and sharp.
- Yah!
- What are you watching?
I can't believe what they get away with
on television these days.
Yeah, well, don't watch it then.
lt worries me, John.
I mean, aren't you
the least bit concerned?
Phyllis, what do you want me
to do about it?
Excuse me.
You can't handle this.
You can't handle it.
You're gonna be on
one of these magazines--
Relax, Leslie.
I've seen your tally-whacker before.
Don't call me Leslie.
I hate it.
I'm doing the laundry.
I need that too.
I'll bring it down to you.
I really don't like
your attitude, Leslie.
The more you hang around
your brother's friends,
the more disrespectful you are
to me and your father.
Hey there.
ls your mommy or daddy home?
Get your asses back in this house.
What did I say?
Fuckin' asshole.
Come on, you piece of shit.
Come on, you son of a bitch.
We need the goddamn money now.
- I've tried already.
- He's right over there. Go get it.
It's the same goddamn story with you.
I don't give a shit, Darlene.
Just stop feeding your goddamn dog
my beef jerky.
I seen you try to sneak
past me, buddy-boy.
- I wasn't sneaking.
- Did you get my notice?
Yeah, I got it.
It's laying on the ground
right over there.
I'm going to pick up my paycheck.
Looks like you're gonna be hoofing it.
Well, I better have it
in my hot little hands
by this afternoon, buddy-boy,
or the missus is gonna be over.
And you do not want
her fat ass all over you.
You hear me?
Yeah, I fuckin' heard you.
You hear me?
I said I'm gonna go get my paycheck,
then I'll square up with you.
You deaf idiot.
- He's a goddamn lying--
- Shut up!
You touch those kids again,
I will make you curse the day
your mother shit you out.
I don't understand.
Why is this so much to ask?
Because I already mowed
the friggin' lawn.
- No cussing.
- Phyllis, would you move?
And I need to fix the brakes on my Jeep
before my date tonight.
Couldn't I do it tomorrow?
I want you to help your father.
And then the two of you
could chit-chat a little bit.
- You can take the Oldsmobile--
- Phyllis.
No, I don't wanna take
the grocery-getter.
lt smells like Grandma.
John, would you talk to your boy?
Oh God.
Look, Les, just--
just go fix your truck.
Thanks, Dad!
We can clean out
the garage tomorrow.
Now will you move, Phyllis?
John, I want you to have
a serious talk with that boy.
This is a very nice girl
he's going out with tonight.
Well, I'm happy for him.
Now move.
Aren't you at all concerned...
Gotta work itself out, man.
You'll figure it out.
It's fucking bullshit, man.
If it sucks, you'll come back
in six months.
But you gotta at least
fuckin' try it, don't ya?
- I gotta fuckin' call her, dude.
- You're not gonna call her.
Well, what the fuck--
what am I supposed to do, Dwayne?
- She's gonna be at--
- What am I supposed to do?
We're leaving in two days
and she springs this shit on me now?
Maybe I...
Maybe I should just forget about it
and stay here, you know?
Are you fucking crazy?
What are you gonna do, Rhett?
You gonna work at the mill
with me and Wade until--
My dad did it.
Listen, Rhett.
I would give anything
to be in your shoes.
And I wish I was going with you,
but I can't.
'Cause the day I held
my little girl in my arms
was the day I knew
what I was meant to do
for the rest of my life.
I miss my kids, man.
And believe it or not,
I actually miss my wife.
I know you love those girls, Rhett.
I know you wanna take them with you,
but Samantha's gotta do
what she's gotta do for her daughter.
I'm only gonna say this 'cause
I'm your best friend, but...
but you're not Megan's father.
- Got me a hot date tonight, boys.
- Dude.
- Yeah, right.
- I do.
You'll see.
I just don't wanna see you
give up on your dreams
because you're holding on
to the one thing that's letting you go.
Let's fix her up!
What's the problem with it?
- It's the brakes.
- 'Cause you ride them like a girl.
I don't know, man.
It's been...
it's just been real tough.
But, man, I...
I feel like I'd do you right, you know?
I mean, look, Jimmy, I...
I'm really trying to get my life
back on track, you know?
I prom--
You throw everybody's paycheck
on the floor like that?
Do you really think
you deserve this job...
...when there's a dozen
other guys out there
who actually show up
for work on time
and not half-drunk or not at all
because they're in jail again?
All right, listen.
I ain't got all day.
Am I getting my fuckin' job back or not?
Not a chance in hell.
Hi. You've reached
Rhett and Samantha.
Please leave a message.
Hey, it's me.
You there?
Look, I really...
I need to talk to you.
I'm sorry I overreacted, okay?
Will you please call me back?
I love you.
You know, life ain't always
gonna work out
like one of your happy
horseshit country songs.
Charlie Chicken-Plucker's here.
Hey, what'd I tell you about
working on your own damn car?
Better put them tools up.
And God damn, who made this mess?
Clean this up.
And where's the other
fuckin' squeegee handle?
You got me, Chuck.
Well, it's missing, God damn it.
How are you gonna clean
a customer's window?
You gonna spit on it
and rub it with a newspaper
like a fucking derelict?
I'm going to the bank.
You better find that other goddamn
squeegee handle
before I get back.
What's her name, molester?
We probably know her.
No, you don't.
She just moved here.
Yeah, come on, Leslie.
What's this hot chick's name?
Her name's Julie.
- Julie what?
- Yeah, what's her last name?
It's Portly.
You like that?
You like that?
- Huh, Julie?
- No no, molester.
Flip over so I can pound
your Portly puss.
- That Portly pussy's so nice.
- Oh, yes yes.
- You're so magnificent.
- That's enough, Wade.
- Yeah, you flamer.
- What was that?
- Get out.
- It's too fuckin' far to walk.
I don't give a fuck.
Get outta the truck.
Fuck you, you motherfucker.
- I said get out.
- You motherfucker.
Go suck your own fuckin' dick!
You think you got something
worth sucking?
You got what you wanted.
God damn you brushhead
motherfucking dick.
I hate you, motherfucker!
- Can I help you, sir?
- Yeah.
I wanna cash this.
Do you have your account number?
- Can I see some ID?
- Yeah, sure.
Let me check.
Hot out there, huh?
I'm sorry, sir, but your account
is overdrawn $47 1.53.
No, that can't be right.
Sir, you need to stay
on that side of the counter.
Would you like to make a deposit?
I don't wanna make a deposit.
Sir, your account is overdrawn.
I can't cash this check.
You can make a deposit and bring
your balance up closer to zero.
I don't wanna make a deposit;
I wanna cash the thing.
Sir, I can't cash this check.
Well, then I wanna talk to your boss.
Sir, I can guarantee you he's going
to tell you the same thing.
- It's bank policy--
- I don't give a shit.
Get your goddamn boss.
I gotta go.
I'll call you later.
- Bye-bye.
- He wants to cash the check.
- I'll take care of it.
- Fuckin' people.
- Hello, sir.
- Hey.
That's-- that's wrong, by the way.
Yeah, sir, unfortunately
your account is overdrawn.
Yeah, I'm fully aware of that.
All I wanna do is cash
this motherfucking check.
How hard can that be?
Sir, do not use that language with me.
Well, kiss my ass.
How's that?
- Would you like to make a deposit, sir?
- No! Fuck off!
Fuckin' place.
Hey, you know something?
I'm about to come
into a shit ton of money.
You fuckin' idiots just lost
your best fuckin' customer.
- Fuck.
- Hey, how does it feel to be out?
- What do you care?
- You don't look no worse for wear.
Yeah, well, you still look
like an old drunk to me.
I wasn't looking to get
into it with you, Donny.
Well, that's good
because you got too old
to kick my ass a long time ago.
Come on, you...
Just let her be.
- But it's killing me.
- I know, but-- but trust me.
You're just gonna keep
pushing her farther away, man.
- Go fish.
- Why?
- I just wanna know what she's thinking.
- Don't call her, dude.
- I'm not gonna call her.
- I'm sick of this shit.
All right, 'Lester,
you're ready to roll.
It's never too late
for you to come back to me
It's never too late to be
who you're meant to be
Go ahead and find your life
Just think of me from time to time...
Hi. You've reached
Rhett and Samantha.
Please leave a message.
Hey, Sam.
It's-- it's me.
Look, I hate to even ask this,
but do you think
you could come down here
and get Megan?
I'm sorry.
I know it's the same old, same old,
but I... I've got a few things
I need to deal with
and I don't wanna keep
asking Rhonda to watch her.
Look, I promise I'll make it up to you.
Okay, call me.
It's never too late for you
to come back to me...
Hello. Gas-N-Go.
Oh, no, Doris, he's not here right now.
No, I think he went to the bank.
Yeah. Yeah, I'll tell him.
Damn it.
Hey, look, will you tell Charlie
that Doris called?
It's important.
Or just sit there and watch TV.
Oh, hey hey.
Why don't you run out
and get us something to eat?
I'm starving.
Hey hey!
Where's my money, buddy-boy?
Hey, I'm talking to you.
Get ov-- don't you go walking away
when I'm talking to you.
Hey-- what the fuck?
You're crazy, you asshole!
Get the fuck outta here.
All right, here you go, Rhett.
Thank you, sweetheart.
- See you tonight, ladies.
- Bye.
Hey, Rhett.
ls Wade still single?
- Wade's always single.
- Bye.
- See you guys.
- Later.
It's in your hair.
You stupid fuck.
- All right then.
- Sorry about that.
You know, this is... it's nice.
Yeah well, Donny, I'll tell you,
the best I can do on this rifle is $250.
Come on, Vic.
- That thing's worth--
- Okay okay okay.
$250 for the rifle
and I'll throw in
that piece-of-shit pistol.
Take it or leave it.
Throw in that rod and reel too
and we can do it.
Come on, the thing's
older than you are, Vic.
It's five bucks at the most.
Come on.
To find a new melody
Headstrong too long
I've tried to fight without a reason
I've been wrong,
so here's your song
To let you know
I've been too headstrong.
- The tip was actually chewed?
- Uh-huh.
- A girl after your heart, huh?
- Yep.
She have any hair on her chest?
Thanks, Suzie. Hey.
- Hey, Donny.
- Hi.
- Suzie.
- Hey, Suze.
Come on, you fuckin' son of a bitch.
Come on, you dirty fuckin' whore.
Come on!
Fuckin' piece of shit.
Donny, pop the hood.
- Go on.
- What's wrong with it?
- Check the carburetor.
- No no, it ain't flooded, Wade.
It's the fuckin' battery cables
and shit.
There's a wrench down there
right by the battery.
This thing's a piece of shit.
- Hit it.
- Hit it?
- Yeah, hit it.
- Just tighten the fuckin' lead.
Just a second.
Okay. Okay, try it.
Fuck, that's bullshit.
- It's tight.
- Try it.
Tommy, I-- I've heard
all this before and I--
No, I know, I know.
I know I haven't been
the greatest father,
but I'm trying, Sam.
I'm really trying.
And the thought of not having
you guys around is killing me.
She's my world.
And if you take her away from me,
you're leaving me with nothing.
Come on, Les!
What the hell is he wearing?
All right, let's roll out, fellas.
Brakes work.
What-- finally!
Where the hell have you been?
It's cold.
What the hell is Doris doing here?
I don't know.
They kicked me out
in the middle of my cartoons.
Hey, we're heading out to Pyramid Rock.
When you getting off?
Rhett, get in here.
Rhett, have a seat.
Hey, Doris.
- Any fries, Travis?
- No.
What's going on?
The bookkeeper has brought it
to Doris's and my attention
that there seems to be
a little bit of a discrepancy
in the daily deposits--
you know, just a little bit here,
a little bit there.
But as of lately, those differences
have totaled into quite a hefty sum.
Someone hasn't been
dipping into the till
to, say, prepare for a big move
to Nashville or something like that?
I got no idea where that money
might be going,
but I swear I got nothing to do
with any discrepancies, all right?
You got a lot of nerve.
- Are we going?
- No, we're jerking off.
- Shit.
- What's going on?
Hey, am I gonna get fired?
Hey, what's going on?
I gotta get the fuck outta here.
Why don't you come with us, then?
What are they gonna do, fire you?
Come with us.
- Hey, ladies!
- Hi.
- Where are y'all headed?
- Nowhere in particular.
We're heading up to Pyramid Rock.
- You wanna join us?
- We got lots of brewskis.
Dude, who the fuck says brewskis?
I saw it in a movie.
We don't have our bathing suits.
- Perfect.
- You coming, Rhett?
- No, I can't.
- Come on, Rhett, for old time's sake.
No, I got some shit
I gotta take care of.
I'll catch up with you guys later,
all right?
All right then.
You know where to find us.
- Yep.
- Keep it real, bro.
So you guys didn't see or hear anything?
I heard the guys leaving in Les's Jeep.
Do you think maybe
they took him with them?
Rough road, huh?
How's it going over there, chief?
- I'll get to the bottom of this.
- Okay.
What the hell am I still doing here, T?
I've been wondering that
for some time now.
You gotta be shittin' me.
Rhett, phone.
Hello. Hey--
Well, no-- just tell me now.
Fine, I'm coming over then.
- Gentlemen.
- Tommy.
What the fuck did you say to her?
- Where the hell are you going?
- I quit!
You mind taking a ride with me?
Something wrong?
Let's just talk in the truck.
Come on.
All right.
- When'd you get this rig?
- About a month ago.
Paul got a new cruiser.
I got this one.
I ain't rode in a new truck in a while.
You seen Donny today?
I run into him at the bank earlier.
He wasn't too happy to see me.
- He wasn't, huh?
- No.
I think he ran off
with Chance this afternoon.
You know where
he might have gone to?
How the hell would I know that?
I'm not his keeper.
Tsk, he doesn't care what he does
to them, does he?
I don't know what's in his fool head.
I ain't such a bad guy, am I?
After I got hired on and I caught Donny
doing something stupid,
I cut him all the slack I could.
- Why?
- Hell, I don't know.
- I--
- But you know how he is.
He's an asshole.
Tommy, I really don't wanna be
in the middle of all this.
What do you call it if you ain't
already in the middle of it?
Can I go back now?
New Country 93.
What the fuck is that?
What are you doing?
Hail hail, the gang's all here...
- Drink 'em.
- With their ribs full of reefer
- And their bellies full of beer...
- Knock her off.
16 years of living the dream
We're the pride of all our families
Hail hail, the gang's all here
With their eyes wide open
and with minds so clear
We're ready it seems
to see what it means
To be the rulers of our destiny
Well, all right.
Grandpa thinks I should've
married your mama.
Hell, I done tried that once
with this bitch named Connie.
lt didn't work.
I don't know.
Sometimes I wish everybody'd just mind
their own goddamn business.
You know what I mean, chief?
I wish I was rich.
I'd buy you lots of shit,
take you on vacations and stuff.
How'd you like that?
Let's get the fuck outta here.
It's hotter than the hubs of hell.
Better reel in that line, boy.
We're heading in.
Rhett, please say something.
What the fuck do you want me to say?
What do you want me to say?
That I understand?
That I'm happy you're giving
your ex-fucking-husband a second
- ls that what you want?
- No, I...
Why did you wait two fuckin' years
to make this decision now?
You knew from the very beginning
what I was gonna do with my life.
We talked about it.
You said it.
You said it to me--
my future was our future.
- You said that!
- I know. I know what I said, Rhett.
I... you know, I just--
I need to do this
so that I don't wonder
for the rest of my life
if I made the wrong decision.
You know, I don't ever...
I don't ever want to look at you
and think that you're the reason
I took Megan away from her father.
Well, what if I was willing
to give it all up
and stay here with you guys?
I couldn't-- I couldn't live with myself
and I don't-- I don't think
you could either.
Rhett, you are gonna
thank me for this one day.
Don't flatter yourself.
- I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
- So am I.
210, armed robbery in progress.
- Copy?
- Fuck!
Get the fuck back!
Come on, motherfucker.
Fucking start.
God damn it, Donny.
Have you lost your fucking mind?
Get out of my way, Tommy.
Get the fuck outta the way, Tommy.
- Damn it, Donny, do not do this.
- Move!
Fuckin' move, you pig. Move.
I'll fucking shoot you.
That's good.
That's right.
That's right. That's right.
Now move the fucking truck.
Move it.
Are you the man now, huh?
You're a fucking big man, huh?
Isn't this the way you want it?
Right here?
If you can whoop my ass,
you can walk outta here.
- There ain't nobody else to stop you.
- I'll fuckin' do it.
Come on.
Just like when we were kids.
Come on.
Get the fuck outta the way.
Jesus, Donny...
look-- look at your son.
Fuck you.
That's fuckin' cheap.
- Just think about what you're doing.
- Fuck you.
I don't give a fuck.
Ready? Yeah?
Ready? Are you ready?
- Fuckin' come here, you dumb fuck.
- Fuck you.
Get the fuck down!
Fuckin' Donny.
Don't give in to these fuckers.
- You dumb shit.
- I'll see you later.
Get up.
I knew this was gonna happen.
- Mom.
- That girl--
- Don't start, Phyllis.
- Stop telling me not to start.
Rhett, you didn't work
this hard on your career
to give it all away for a girl.
- Ask you father about that.
- Will you go back inside?
You're not helping.
Man, oh man.
Don't pay any attention.
- She means well...
- Yeah.
- ...I guess.
- I know.
Hey, why don't we go
down to The Stockade
and have a few brewskis
with your pops?
- I'd love to, Pop, but...
- Come on.
...I gotta go see the guys
before the show.
All right, all right.
- Yeah?
- Yeah, sure. I understand.
Look, son...
you know, if you do go away,
it's not as if you're
going away forever.
We'll always be here for you.
This will always be your home.
Yeah. Okay.
Look, would you tell your mom
that I'm going to Bible study?
- Right?
- Yeah.
Good man.
There you go.
You're looking handsome now, mister.
Hey there, champ.
Let's get you home, huh?
Hey, Rhett.
Where's your bathroom?
Let's go.
Excuse me.
Get up.
Did you and Sam break up?
- What?
- Jesus, Les.
Stop picking on Les, Wade.
So did you?
You wanna-- you wanna
turn the siren on?
There ya go.
My baby.
Come here, come here.
My baby.
Thank you, Tommy.
Thanks, I'm so glad.
My baby.
Why the numbers
on the phone have to be...
But I don't have--
but I don't have to be...
Just promise me one thing
when you wake in the morning
That I missed her
is all that I said.
- Hey, buddy.
- Hey.
Can I ask you something?
Yeah, shoot.
Hell, yeah, we will.
What if this girl doesn't like me?
Who, the Portly chick?
Come on, I'm sure she'll like you.
Yeah, well, that's easy for you to say.
You don't look like a... ball licker.
Just be yourself, Les.
You know?
I know this is gonna sound gay,
but I'm really gonna miss you.
I'm gonna miss you too, buddy.
- We're out of ammo.
- No.
Yo, what time does
that make it, molester?
- Time for a reload.
- That's right.
Hey, Les, what time's your date?
Why? What time is it?
Oh, crud!
See you later, guys.
Hey, what about our beer,
you little butthole?
I'll get it.
Hey, D, let me borrow your car.
Mine's got all my shit in it.
- You want some money, dude?
- No, I'm good.
- Thanks.
- Yep.
Just hold on here, Charlie.
I don't know what the hell
has gotten into you,
but my son ain't no thief.
I'm gonna whip your ass
and his at the same time.
Come on, Charlie.
We both know that wouldn't be
much of a fight.
Come on, Chuck.
Sit down, have a drink--
Get your fuckin' hands
off me, you big--
Fuck you.
- I'll slap the shit out of you.
- Fuck you, Charlie.
- You want a piece of me?
- Yeah, I want a piece of you.
- Hey, back the fuck off, Vic.
- You're lucky, Vic.
You get to spend the night here
instead of the fuckin' hospital.
Fuck off.
- Motherfucker.
- Hey.
You did-- you did all right.
Where are you taking me?
This is bullshit.
You hear me?
It's bullshit.
I'm talking to you, you mother--
What are you doing,
picking a fist fight at your age?
ln front of God and everybody.
ls this what it takes
to get you to visit?
Let's go in and have a drink.
Come on, let's go.
Get out now.
No no no.
Get your drunk ass out.
This is the last time
I'm bringing your ass home.
Come here.
Move your--
You make me sick.
You sound just like your mother.
I'm done.
I'm done making excuses
for the two of you.
You know what Donny's done this time?
Don't give a shit.
You never have.
You two guys
are always blaming me
for everything that
goes wrong in your life.
Your mother left all of us, remember?
If she's so goddamn special,
why didn't she take you with her?
lt ain't all my fault.
So fuck him and fuck you too!
You're a sad man, Dad.
Run as fast as you are able
Please forget where you have been
You don't want me at your table
So if I knock, don't let me in
Now if I knock, don't let me in
- 'Cause I am not what you are after...
- Shit.
And you don't know where I have been
You could love me,
but I'm not worth it
So if I knock, don't let me in
Now if I knock, don't let me in
Just bury
That feeling
As deep
As you can dig
And save it
For someone who knows
What to do with it.
Oh, nice.
Still alive, you cockroach?
Yeah. I'm a thorn in your side, copper.
What are you doing home?
Julie got sick.
Where's Dad?
He's at his Bible study.
She got sick?
- I'll get it.
- Mom, I got it.
- I'll get it.
- Mom--
Leslie, I'll get it.
Ryan residence.
Hi, Julie.
- How are you feeling?
- Tell her I'm not here.
Yes, Leslie's right here.
You hold on, honey.
She is fine and dandy
and she wants to know
where you are.
Hello? Hi.
Yeah. I was--
I'm sorry.
I was just about to call you.
Actually, I'm not feeling so well.
Can you hold on for a sec?
- Will you leave me alone?
- I did not raise a liar.
Now you tell her
you are feeling a lot better,
that you are on your way over there
and you are sorry about the hold-up.
Hey, Julie.
Yeah, hey. I'm-- I'm actually
starting to feel a lot better.
So if you're still interested,
I'll be by shortly.
Okay. See you soon.
Thanks a lot.
- What's wrong?
- Mom, I don't wanna go.
Why not?
We already missed
the dinner reservations you made.
Well, so then you change them.
Mom, you're not listening to me.
I do not want to go out with her.
Leslie Ryan...
are you homosexual?
What? No!
Well, then why don't you wanna
go out with that girl?
Leslie, I am worried about you.
You never go out with any girls
and you have all those half-naked men
hanging in your bedroom.
You don't have to hide it from me.
I'm your mother and I am gonna
love you no matter what.
Would you leave me the fuck alone?
I am 23 years old
and you are still trying to run my life.
What's wrong with setting you up
on a nice date?
Look at me, Mom.
Look at me.
Who's gonna want to go out with me?
I'm not like Rhett.
What are you talking about?
You are a catch.
You are handsome.
- You are intelligent.
- Mom!
Look, girls don't like guys like me,
especially not pretty ones like Julie.
Lord forgive me,
but that is a steaming crock of shit.
You have a lot to offer that girl.
Just fix your collar.
Fix your collar a little bit.
There you go.
Make it smooth.
Okay, and just tuck in
your shirt a little bit.
Look at you.
You're my handsome boy.
- Ain't it funny...
- Les.
How one day it's sunny
And the next day
It's pouring rain?
Ain't it strange?
You can wake up in LA
And by nightfall you're dancing
On the beach down in Spain
There's so many things
I don't understand
Like how does a river
know which way to flow?
How does the wind know
which way to blow?
And how do you know that you know
When you know you're in love?
These are for you.
I dropped them on accident.
And how does a guy like me
Get a girl like you?
I just spoke with a senior agent.
He said they probably
won't charge you
with a federal crime since you didn't
actually get away with the money.
I guess we'll just see what happens
at your arraignment.
Can I get one last request?
That's nice.
It's pretty. I like that.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Beer, nice. I like beer.
- Thanks, dude.
- Kick some ass tonight, all right?
- Yep.
What the hell is this?
It's a gift; it's not a loan.
No, I-- I can't take this, dude.
You can take it
and you're gonna take it.
And you're gonna go to Nashville
and you're gonna kick some ass
and you're gonna make us proud, okay?
- Good look, bro.
- Thanks, buddy.
Thank you.
- So I guess you're going.
- I guess I am.
I'm gonna go check on that thing.
- Hey.
- Hey.
How's Megpie doing?
She's okay.
You know, I had a talk with her and...
she doesn't really understand
what's going on.
But, you know, she says we'll just
come out to Nashville and visit you.
I'm sorry, Rhett.
I'm really sorry.
I know.
I know.
I just want you to be happy.
Well, nothing will make us happier
than seeing you make it.
We will always be your biggest fans.
Someday I will find
- My ticket outta here...
- Yeah, Rhett!
Get up one morning
and just start packin'
I make up my mind
I'll lay down my fear
Stop waitin' for the next bad thing
To happen
I'm ready for the rainbow to begin
I just got through a storm of tears
I thought would never end
Someday was a dream
that always seemed
To turn out wrong
But now it's not so far away
Putting off tomorrow
ls 24 hours too long
I guess my someday came today
Maybe I'll take a train
To a place I've never been
Where I can watch the sun
Fall into the ocean
I finally feel alive
Throw my heart into overdrive
Get up and get this life
- ln motion...
- Because it's your last night, brother.
And I'll do everything I'm meant to do
'Cause I'm past the pain and sorrow
That kept it all from coming true
Someday was a dream
That always seemed to turn out wrong
But now it's not so far away
Putting off tomorrow
ls 24 hours too long
I guess my someday came today...
You just take care of them, Tommy.
That's all I ask.
I will.
Put this town on the map.
That's all I ask.
I'll be listening for ya.
I guess my someday
Came today...
Yeah, it came today, yeah.
Three years of my life spent on us
Just got blown away today
Like a cloud of dust
I stayed around
this little ol' town for you
With its population 1,382
I put my dreams of leaving out of mind
You weren't goin' and I couldn't bear
For you to stay behind
So if you're really
tellin' me we're through
There ain't nothin' here
For me to lose
So hey, baby, take
a long last look at me
Me and this old guitar
are bound for Tennessee
I'm leavin' you
and this old town behind
Go on and change that number
On the population sign
I'll be thinkin' of you
on my way out of town
And how I would've kept holdin' on
If you hadn't let me down
I guess that's just the way
it had to go
To see what's waitin' for me
Down that road
So hey, baby, take
a long last look at me
Me and this old guitar
are bound for Tennessee
I'm leavin' you
and this old town behind
Go on and change that number
On the population sign
I'm leavin' you
and this old town behind
Yeah, you can change that number
On the population sign.
New Country 93.3 with Barrett and Fox.
There's a brand-new song
from Wade Hayes.
It's called ''Population Sign''
and this is something very cool--
That was Rhett Ryan
who wrote that song.
Remember that name?
He used to come by the studio.
Yeah, he used to come in here
with his guitar and sing for us.
Yeah, we're the guys
that gave him his big break.
Yeah, Rhett, you owe us.