Nasty Baby (2015) Movie Script

- Hey.
- Hello.
Marcus, welcome.
- Good to see you, Freddy.
- Good to see you too, man.
Thank you for having me.
Thanks for coming.
You live in the city, right?
Yeah, I live in Soho still.
I have not been out here
in a very, very long time.
I had an old friend
that lived out...
- Wow!
- Welcome. This is home.
Wow. It's a jungle!
I know, right?
It's my boyfriend's obsession.
He gets one every other day.
Yeah, you want
some coffee, water?
Uh, water.
Water would be great.
- Oh...
- Here.
Nice yard. Thank you.
This is my cat, Sula.
- I'm a little allergic...
- Oh, sorry.
No, no, no.
It's okay.
So, yeah, now, like,
this is where I live and work.
- I don't really...
- Jennifer.
Oh, yeah.
- Jennifer...
- You're a fan?
No. Come on, it's a joke.
She looks so beige.
- She is beige.
- Right? She looks like bread.
Uh, yes, and I was
telling you, like,
I feel that I don't need
that much space anymore, so...
God! But space, Freddy.
Look what you can do with space.
There you are.
And where are you going?
What are you doing
going into video?
- It's not like...
- What is this?
No, but it's not like
an extreme decision, like that.
I just, like, when you told me about
this group show, it just felt,
kind of like a great
opportunity to explore...
Why? Tell me.
Tell me why
is Dirty Baby right
for identity and heritage?
- Why? How?
- It's... it's Nasty Baby.
Nasty Baby.
Oh, that's much better.
- It's better, right?
- It's much better. Yeah.
It's more catchy,
but I feel that, yeah, like...
So, I've been trying to, uh,
make a baby with my best friend,
uh, for the last six months.
And so, since we start,
I've been obsessed with the idea
that eventually there's gonna be
a creature that resembles me,
- and is made out of my genes.
- Oof!
And like, it's so...
It's such a selfish act
to just keep on making babies when
there are so many that you can adopt...
- But you want it.
- But now I want to.
- You want it!
- Now I want to.
And then I feel so guilty
about it, that I feel that
I need to pay a price.
And the price is to go
through the embarrassment
of me portraying
a three-month-old baby...
- I love that one.
- Yeah, so these are pictures
of me when I was a baby.
- That's you?
- When I was a nasty baby.
- Oh, look at you.
- Yeah, like, go back to this time, you know,
and portraying this sort of,
like, gross cuteness.
Tell me if...
if we were to...
if you were done, and we
were pulling up tomorrow
to load in at this show,
what am I seeing?
- So, I'll be fully naked
- Oh!
- against a black background.
- Oh, okay.
- A black infinite background
- Okay, okay.
performing... I can show you.
It's really embarrassing.
- Please. I would love it.
- But, yeah, it's part of...
Should I... Do you
wanna get ready, or...?
No, no, no. No, I'm not
gonna get naked now.
- Okay.
- But I'll show you how it is.
- I'm ready.
- Okay, I'm ready too.
You're never ready for this...
- Okay, so...
- Oh.
Okay, imagine if
black infinite background
no music at all, super raw.
And then, on video,
doing something like this...
Put your
left hand up. Left hand.
- How you doing?
- Fine.
How's your camel toe hanging?
It's good.
How's your loose butthole?
You got it.
There's no place...
Here. This one's so easy.
Oh, my God!
- You're almost there.
- - Yeah!
I have to touch it.
I have to touch it.
You guys had a...
I'm so proud
of you. I'm so...
Be careful.
Mom, look. Mom!
I'm getting better now.
I had this meeting
with this gallery,
and I promise this is what
I showed him at my place.
I was, like,
rolling around like a disgusting baby.
- Funny, right?
- It's funny.
I just got an e-mail
from my doctor.
Your sperm count
is lower than we thought.
- So...
- Oh, no.
It's not gonna work.
It's kind of why
it hasn't been working.
Aw, I know. I'm sorry.
- It sucks.
- No, it's...
- I'm sorry I wasted your time.
- You didn't waste my time.
We tried, like, five months
with my lousy semen.
Are you kidding?
It's not lousy, it's just not...
- Low.
- It's just low.
So, yeah. So, now we just have to
try to figure out the next step,
- because time is kind of...
- What is the next step though?
I don't know, your brother?
I'm just kidding.
- Chino?
- I'm kidding.
- That's gross, man.
- 'Cause he's young, maybe...
Yeah, amazing cum.
What about Mo?
Yeah, Mo is...
It's always been an option.
- Yeah.
- I mean, like, he knows.
- Yeah, I think.
- He's waiting for the results, too.
- So, you'll talk to him?
- Yeah, I'll talk to him.
- Today? Yeah.
- Yeah.
I just wanna get it done, you know.
I wanna, like, keep moving.
Yeah, I'll talk to him. You wanna, like,
try for the next time you're ovulating?
Yeah, why not?
Ooh, boy.
I'm gonna go change.
Should we, like, leave?
- Yeah, let's go.
- Okay.
I can't get out.
- What do you mean?
- I can't get out.
- What do you mean?
- Oh, my gosh!
Freddy, please help me!
Oh, sorry, no,
I was just kidding.
- I know.
- Oh, baby, I'm sorry.
I know. It's... it's okay.
I don't wanna cry over it.
It just, like...
So, basically
Polly said that, uh,
if you could, uh...
if you could decide
soon whether, uh,
you wanna be
the next sperm donor...
How... how soon?
Um, I don't know.
She said tonight, but she didn't mean...
- She said tonight?
- Tonight that I ask you,
not that we tell her.
Whatever, it's like...
I think she wants to do it
before the next ovulation period,
which is within two weeks.
- Is that crazy?
- Well...
I mean, is this...
Why are you feeling so hesitant?
I don't feel hesitant.
It's not... I'm not...
I'm not against it.
I just don't wanna...
It'd be so amazing
if you could, man.
Some people can't.
- I have to think about it.
- Mm-hmm.
- But...
- And I will tell her maybe
- Tell her to...
- before she ovulates again?
Tell her that
she will ovulate again.
- She will.
- Eventually.
- Eventually. It's not...
- I know, I know.
- Yo...
- Hey, Mo. What's going on?
How are you, buddy? May I ask you how
much the three ivies in the front are?
Those are 25.
Twenty-five, all three of them?
The one in the end? Oh.
Uh, it's so painful.
It's so painful.
Look at them, dude.
- I've been one of those couples.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- The complaining about food...
No, no. Just like
the awkward dinner thing
The super silently.
Never bring me here again.
Oh, no. I wanna
rescue that poor woman, dude.
Dude, this plant is heavy.
Why am I carrying it?
You're so strong.
Thank you, baby.
You got it.
- Hey, Richard.
- - Oh, help is here.
Let us do it.
Let us do it.
Wait a second. Did you see
that guy going up the street?
- What guy?
- That... What guy...
That miserable bastard.
- Some kind of homeless person.
- - What happened?
I don't wanna even get into it.
He bullshitted me
out of a dollar.
Just now?
Yes, just when I parked.
He pretended to be helping me,
and that was all bullshit.
If you help me get the
apples out of the vehicle,
I will give you a wonderful
libation when we get inside.
- Can I just put these here?
- Of course.
Anywhere you can get them.
I appreciate your help.
- Freddy!
- Go inside, go inside.
- Where'd you go?
- I was lugging the bags.
Babe, your plant.
I'm going to make
us gin and tonic. One-one.
"Mayor of Adelphi Street"?
Yes. The mayor
of Adelphi Street.
I could've been the governor
of Adelphi Street.
Fritz looks
really cute in this picture.
He was a beautiful,
beautiful man.
Do you see this?
Wait, let me give you a little
squeeze You'll like it better.
- Here's another little squeeze.
- Thank you.
Go ahead.
Here's yours.
Okay. And let's drink
to your future, guys.
- I'm an old guy. I have a past.
- Cheers!
- Cheers.
- To my past.
- It's right there, framed.
- Yes.
- Cheers, babe.
- Cheers.
I'm the Ghost of Christmas Past.
Yes, you are.
What are you doing?
- Oh, shit.
- What the fuck!
- Sorry, sorry, sorry.
- Get out.
Get out.
Why the fuck does
he have keys to the house?
Well, because we'd agreed
that that was a good idea.
I was just
shaving. I came for my guitar.
Can I finish in your room?
It's your Mom. Picking up.
Cecilia. Yeah, it's me.
Yeah, not so good.
Yeah, I found out,
I'm not going to be able to be a Dad.
Yeah, I know.
Yeah, exactly.
Why don't you help me?
Babe, your Mom wants
to talk to you no matter what.
Sorry, guys.
Hi, Mama.
I'm good. How are you?
Yeah... He's sad about it.
I haven't decided anything yet.
She's more of Freddy's friend,
you know, than mine.
Well... I'm gonna
take the test.
Yeah, just to see if...
Just to see.
- Hi.
- Guess what, amiga.
- Mo said yes.
- What?
- Really? He said yes?
- Yeah, he wants to...
I didn't say yes.
Tell her.
- Hey, Polly.
- So... Um...
Yeah, so... so you're
gonna do it?
Is that... is that right?
Uh, I'll definitely
go for the test, yeah.
Oh. The sample.
Okay, yeah.
Um, great. Thank you.
Um... Tomorrow,
is tomorrow good?
Let's... should
we just do it tomorrow?
Yeah, okay. Meet me
at the clinic in Fulton.
Okay. Um, you know what?
I have to run, 'cause, um, Chino's here.
- Hi.
- Hello there.
- Come on in.
- Thank you.
- Sorry.
- - It's all right.
So this is "G."
You know it, right?
Yeah, I think so.
- It's confusing.
- This is "G" now.
Oh, I wish I could
get you pregnant.
It'd be so easy.
You'd look so cute, too.
That's what you want?
That's gross. Maybe not.
Turn the light off.
Get some rest.
Yeah, I'm not
even reading, dude.
Dude, what the fuck?
What are you doing, man?
Hey, dude!
- Freddy.
- What?
Dude, it's 7:00
in the morning.
- Yeah, exactly
- What the fuck.
Dude, it's 7:00 in the morning.
That shit's not even legal!
What the fuck, man.
Just put your ear plugs in.
Fuck, I don't have any left.
Oh, motherfucker!
Baby, just...
Just breathe.
Yeah, I know. I know.
This is an opportunity.
Just use this as an
opportunity to calm down.
Okay, I know.
I know, I know...
Don't drive yourself
fucking crazy.
- Oh, come on, it's a joke.
- I just... I promise
I talked to him yesterday.
He's gonna feel pressured.
You're making a big deal
of nothing. It's funny.
He's gonna feel
really pressured.
That's okay.
Excuse me.
I, uh... She wants to take a picture
with me and Arthur, do you mind?
- Oh.
- It's gonna be quick.
Oh, sure. It's fine.
He's just waking up. He might be a
little grouchy, but it should be fine.
- Hey!
- Here you go.
Oh, yes!
Oh, my goodness.
Okay, ready?
Look like it's your son.
So cute!
Oh, my gosh.
One more. Okay. Great.
- Aww.
- Thank you so much.
No problem.
- Okay, I'm texting you...
- That's so embarrassing.
Why? I'm texting you
this picture right now,
and I want you to send
it to Mo right away.
- What?
- Will you send them to Mo right away?
- Yeah... - You are right.
There are a lot of babies here.
Yeah, I know, right?
It's like every white mother
has a black baby.
- I know.
- You're gonna be a part of...
- I'll be trendy.
- Yeah. You're gonna be...
- We're gonna be in fashion.
- Yeah.
- It's great inspiration for...
- A, B, C...
Why do they do that?
Is that what you're doing?
No, I'm doing better.
Do try. It's really hard.
- I'm sure it's hard.
- Do one. Do her.
Yeah. Do that.
- You're fucking good.
- Was it good?
- Yes. You're good.
- Thanks.
- Want to be part of the video?
- I thought it's just you.
I don't know. I think I'm gonna,
like, change it a little.
- You're gonna have more people?
- I think so. Yeah.
- I'll do it.
- Yeah, I can change it.
- Yeah, I'll totally... Yeah.
- Yeah, would you?
- For a few seconds.
- I got your text.
I'm not gonna be naked, though.
- What?
- You got a text message.
- What?
- You got a text message.
I think it's important.
That's kind of cute, man.
Fucking morons.
What the fuck.
Yeah, that's
hilarious. He's with Polly.
- Come on.
- I don't know.
That's his... That's
what he wrote back?
I don't know.
Eight episodes, I guess.
Dude, I saw Nick Cavett, like...
Dick Cavett.
- Oh, Dick Cavett.
- Nick Cavett.
I always call him Nick Cavett.
I got a sale, yo.
I got a sale. I got a sale.
- Hey, man. What you got here?
- Got a sale.
- Wow.
- - How much is this pot here?
- Five dollars.
- Five?
- One dollar.
- - One dollar. Okay.
What's your name?
Uh, Polly.
- They call me The Bishop.
- - The Bishop?
- Bishop, what's up, man?
- Ah...
Everything is a dollar.
- Everything is a dollar.
- She's gonna get the lamp.
- All right. That's a dollar.
- You want this lamp, right?
- That's great. Thank you.
- - Very pretty.
- Yeah, it's pretty cool...
- Not as pretty as you.
- Oh... Thank you.
- Uh-huh.
- Oh, you're gonna get the pot.
- I'm gonna get the pot.
- Okay. That's...
- Here. Two dollars.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- - Thank you.
Thank you, Polly.
Thank you, Bishop.
- Did I tell you my name was...
- Bishop. Yes, you did.
- See you around, man.
- Alrighty.
- Thank you very much. Bye.
- Goodbye, Polly.
- Dude, there's, like, bed bugs.
- Goodbye, Polly!
Bye! Bye. Thank you.
I think I have a new boyfriend.
- Do you like him?
- I should ask him for his sperm.
- I'm just kidding.
- It's better than mine, I'm sure.
- Hello, Freddy.
- Hey.
- How are you, Richard?
- I'm okay.
And you're encouraging
bad behavior, both of you.
- I'm encouraging what?
- Bad behavior.
- What do you mean?
- Buying things from...
from that man.
It encourages him.
- Why? Big deal.
- - Yes. Okay.
Do you like leaf blowers
in the morning?
- Is he the leaf blower guy?
- He's the leaf blower guy.
Uh, dude, he's my enemy.
- For real, like...
- - I know.
So take it back,
and get your money back.
- I'm gonna get... I'm kidding.
- - No.
- That's Wendy.
- This stove is disgusting.
- Wendy, Polly. Polly, Wendy.
- - Hi.
- Hi.
- She's my new assistant.
- Oh, cool. Hello.
- Mm-hmm.
- Hi. Sorry.
- Oh, yeah. No, it's okay.
No? Okay...
- How are you?
- Good.
- You biked here?
- Yeah. I'm a little sweaty.
Hey, listen. So, Polly's
gonna be part of Nasty Baby.
- What?
- Is that really happening?
- It's happening.
- Is she gonna hang out on set?
No, no.
She's gonna, like, do a baby.
No, he wants me to, like,
be in it. Are you doing it?
I... Do you want me to...
- Sorry.
- - I mean, I'd love to,
- you know.
- - Yeah, we'll see.
Oh, it's Mo.
It's Mo, it's Mo.
- Hey, babe!
- Hi.
- Hey.
- - Uh, yeah.
I mean, like, I'm feeling
a little more open,
like, I don't wanna be,
like, a self-absorbed freak
like Marina Abramovic,
or any, you know,
like, I don't want it to be
about me. It's more, like...
Okay, I'm going to meet him right now.
We're meeting each other right now.
- Oh, okay.
- - Oh, Okay.
Be tactful and nice, okay?
What do you think I'm gonna do?
- I'm...
- - Tactful?
- Like the semen vampire now.
- Oh, my God. Stop.
- Okay, I'm sorry.
- That... She doesn't...
- That sounds weird.
- I'm sorry.
- No, it sounds cool.
- So, um,
I'm thinking doing the first, like,
recordings in that space there.
- It seems a little too small.
- - Bye.
- Bye.
- - Bye.
So I think I'll do it here. We'll put
just, like, a blanket or something.
- Mm-hmm.
- Yeah?
Kind of
Just do what you
gotta do in here.
And just be careful not to touch the
inside of your cup with your fingers.
And here we are.
Great. There you go.
This is so romantic.
Yes, well, use your imagination.
Or your phone.
- There's a skeleton.
- It's naked, sort of.
Polly, I need you.
It's Angie.
Told her to keep that...
Let her get some air.
- You okay?
- I'm fine.
Come on in here.
Thank you.
Come sit, and wait for me.
Don't go anywhere.
We're talking.
I just had a patient come in.
Can you just give it
to Lois or something?
What happened?
- This is a nice necklace.
- Thank you. What happened?
You know what happened.
No, wait.
Let's go to the park.
Let's go.
Let's go to the park.
Let's go to the park,
and go for a run.
Can you get me
my gloves, please?
Come on.
Be a good wife.
I'm gonna talk to this guy, man.
Bishop, what are you doing, man?
Hey, Bishop.
- Dude, what are you doing...
- Argh!
Back up! Fucking faggot!
You too!
What the fuck
is your problem, dude?
Fucking asshole.
Oh, makes me wanna fucking...
What you have
to fucking do is calm down.
You're gonna be a dad.
That's the example you wanna set for a kid?
- Ok.
- That you're freaking out?
What are you doing?
You are gonna be a dad,
so you better don't jerk off,
and eat a lot of pistachios today, man.
You ready for that?
You're freaking out.
I'm ready for it.
I'm not... No.
I'm as ready
as I'm gonna be for it.
But seriously, you have
to deal with that, you know.
You complain about your Dad.
I mean, you need to deal with
your own anger management issues.
- I'm done trying.
- So you try harder.
Can you give me
a hand with this stuff?
Yeah, sure.
- Chino.
- Can I get a hit?
Chino, come on,
give me a hand with these.
I'll be right out.
Hey, I think Nico's here.
Get in.
Yo, I'm fine, man. Thanks.
- I got you.
- Thanks, man.
- I got you.
- Thanks.
Freddy, get that box, and those.
- Okay.
- Like, a real baby?
- Bye, babe.
- - Bye. I'll see you later.
- Have a good day, you guys.
- Let's talk about it.
- We'll talk about it.
- - Maybe.
Do you want me to act,
or you want me to...?
I want you to perform.
I'll tell you later. Yeah.
Mo knows everything about it.
See you later, man.
Nico, you don't wanna...
you don't wanna do Nasty Baby.
Hey! Hey!
Now, where you going?
- Hey... where you going?
- - Buzz him, buzz him...
What you talkin' about?
Mom! Gas stove.
Yo, Nasty!
What are you doing?
I don't how to exactly...
I just know the chorus.
- Whoops. You sing it with me.
- Okay.
I don't know.
Are we out of tune?
- Yeah.
- Can you play louder?
Oh, yeah.
- Little help!
- What?
Little help?
- What's going on?
- I can't do it.
- What do you mean?
- Dude, I can't do this.
Nothing's working.
I can't get hard, and...
It's always gonna
be a little weird,
No. It doesn't feel right.
It doesn't feel right at all.
I thought I wanted
to do it, but now...
Baby, don't fuck
with her mind like that.
It feels wrong. I'm not fucking
with her mind. It just feels wrong.
If you aren't
gonna do it, I'll ask her.
I mean, since
she's already here...
We'll just tell her,
and we'll figure it out from there.
I can't do it.
Okay, like, what do you mean?
- It doesn't feel right.
- Like, now, or...?
It's kind of weird
that I'm here, maybe.
- No, it's not.
- I'm one wall away.
He's just nervous.
I think it's...
- Well, maybe you go in, and...
- ...the pressure.
That's what I thought
the help was for...
but, um...
Ugh, I know it's annoying,
- No, it's fine.
- It's fine?
- I mean...
- I was thinking that maybe...
what if I do it?
Do you want me to do it?
Freddy, we've tried.
How many times have we tried?
Okay, yeah, I know...
but this is, like, the best...
- Yeah, I guess if I'm not...
- day, and...
- I mean, I'm just saying.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Only if you want. It's not like I'm
gonna force you to have my semen.
No, I'm not...
You're not forcing me.
I'm just very sorry, that's all.
- Yeah?
- Yeah. You're being very nice.
- Yeah. Why not, right?
- Yeah, we're here.
- You're weird.
- No, no.
- Thank you
- Yeah, no problem.
Have fun in there.
- I'm really sorry.
- It's okay.
I'm sorry too. I didn't mean
to get all weird about it.
It's the...
Have that effect...
Oh, wait. My mom's calling.
- Hi, Mama.
- Hello, my love.
- How you doin'?
- I'm fine. How are you?
- Hi, Polly!
- - Hi.
Oh, you're so sweet...
And your father
is very excited, Mo.
- Yeah?
- He's excited to meet Freddy.
And I've planned
a nice dinner, yes?
That's great. That's big...
That's a big step.
- Yes.
- - It's about time.
So, you guys are... You have the route?
You have your...
- Hey!
- - We should be there...
Cecilia, how are you?
Hi, Freddy.
How you doin', baby?
I'm good.
You're looking good.
Not bad for an old girl, huh?
Yeah. That's right.
Come on, let me hear it.
See you soon.
All right, well,
I'm expecting you guys bright and early.
Yeah, we'll be... Actually,
we'll probably be there later.
Probably around 5:00 or 6:00.
Okay. All right.
But just arrive alive.
That's the most important thing.
- Okay, Mom.
- All right, baby.
- Bye.
- Bye-bye.
Hey, hey, hey!
Come on, come on.
Come forward.
Come forward!
Come on, come forward.
Hello, mama.
How'd it go?
I dumped it.
You guys can have
the rest for dessert.
You dumped it out? What do
you mean? You didn't do it?
No, I didn't.
What's the point?
It's not gonna work.
We've used yours,
like, five times.
I don't think you guys
understand, like...
It's not the putting it in,
it's the disappointment every month.
Like, getting the rejection,
saying that it's negative
every fucking month.
It's, like, I just...
I don't know.
I came here tonight,
and I thought
this was gonna work.
And your sperm tested so well,
and I was so excited.
And I was like, "Okay, finally,
we're fucking doing it."
It's not a decision
to be made lightly.
- I know. Well, then...
- You know, it's my life too.
It affects my life too.
Yours isn't working.
I'm sorry, it's just not.
No, that I know.
And it's not just like, "Oh,
let's keep trying. Oh, let's keep trying."
This is... I don't have,
like, a lot of time.
- I understand, Polly...
- No, you don't understand.
- No, I do. I'm sorry.
- No, you don't, Freddy.
- Actually, you don't.
- Hey.
All right, I'm sorry.
I'm just gonna go.
Good night.
Polly, Polly.
You like that lamp, right?
Um, yeah. Excuse me.
No. You threw
it out, Polly.
Oh, no, I didn't...
I didn't throw it out.
I just couldn't carry it...
I picked it up off the street.
Don't lie.
No need to lie.
- Why you gonna lie, Polly?
- Calm down, please. I'm just...
- You're making me feel uncomfortable.
- You're a pretty girl, Polly.
Why you be hanging out
with them faggots?
- Master Bishop.
- Oh, here comes one now.
Why do you keep invading
this young lady's space?
- Shut up, you old faggot.
- - Stop it.
You're always
crossing boundaries.
- The old-school faggot.
- People have boundaries.
Run along. Bye-bye.
Good night, Polly.
- Bye.
- Good night.
I'm sorry about that.
He's harmless,
but he's a pain in the ass.
Are you okay?
I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
How... how's the baby
thing coming along?
- Huh?
- Good. Yeah, it's good.
It's wonderful, wonderful
that they're gonna have a baby,
- Thank you.
- and you'll make it happen.
In my day, we were,
like, fairies or pansies.
We couldn't even...
Nobody would like a pansy
- to have a baby...
- I have to go. I'm sorry.
- I have to go. Thank you, though.
- I understand.
Scoot safely.
What the fuck.
What are you doing?
Don't watch that.
I'm sorry.
This is disgusting.
This is not good for you.
It's not good for me at all.
- It's not healthy, not healthy.
- I know, I know.
Dude, I promise,
like, I'm over it.
I'd much rather a little Mo,
than a little Freddy.
Dude, look at that.
Come on.
Fuck that.
Whatever it is,
it won't be that.
Dude, this motherfucker.
I'm gonna call 3-1-1.
Like, it's enough. Honestly.
- You can try.
- Okay.
Hello, and thank you for
calling 3-1-1 in New York City.
We're here to help.
If this is an emergency,
please hang up,
and dial 9-1-1.
- Hey, just come to bed.
- Yeah.
...and parking meter rule
are in effect.
Tomorrow. Tuesday.
Alternate side parking and
parking meter rule are in effect.
It's Sula.
I can't.
- No, I'm just not in the mood.
- You had it there for a second.
- You just, like...
- The setup is fucking weird.
And Sula, like, look.
- Just, Sula...
- Oh.
- Let's call it a day.
- Okay.
Find out those prices in Bushwick.
I don't want anything too expensive.
Uh-huh. I'll call the guy.
These are so cute. It doesn't look
at all like you anymore though.
Thank you. What is that
supposed to mean?
Oh, I didn't mean it like that.
I mean, you're cute in a different way now.
- Hello!
- Hello, guys.
- Hey!
- - Hey.
Happy birthday!
- Oh, yeah.
- Whose birthday party?
It's my birthday
party. Mwah!
- Happy birthday.
- Thank you.
- Hey, hey, hey.
- Did you see that?
- Sweetest thing.
- You see that?
I did see that.
Read the inscription.
"Do you feel
the cake coming at you?"
Dude, come. Please come.
Feel it coming at you.
It's so weird. It was an accident.
It's not that I planned it.
- You see it?
- Oh, yeah, yeah
Hey, Polly.
Polly, Polly.
Hey, let me help you.
- No, I don't need any help.
- I can give you some help.
- I don't need any help.
- You know, we friends, Polly.
- I can help you. Let me get it.
- No, we're not friends.
- I got it, I got it.
- I don't... What're you doing?
- Get the fuck off me!
- Oh, come on, Polly.
- I'm trying to help.
- What are you doing!
- I'm trying to help you.
- Get the fuck away from me!
- What is wrong with you!
- I was helping.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah.
- Do you need anything?
- No, I'm okay. Thanks.
- Let it go.
- Chino, come with me.
- We're gonna go find him.
- No, what? Why?
He's probably
somewhere, two blocks away,
parking cars, harassing
other women. Like, fuck that.
- Can I stay?
- No, Chino, come on.
Fucking get up.
Come with me.
- I think that's not smart...
- Yeah.
It's not... I'm not gonna
get into a fistfight.
- All right. Okay.
- I'm just gonna go see...
Yeah, I'm gonna come too.
We'll go... We'll go get him.
There's more people there.
What the fuck?
- They probably live there.
- He's always by himself.
Hey. Hello?
- Hi. Good night.
- What you want?
- Is The Bishop here?
- What!
Is The Bishop here?
- The Bishop?
- No! Who are you?
Oh, I'm a neighbor.
I've never seen you around here.
- Get the fuck out of here.
- Whoa. Lady, calm down.
Do you live here?
Is he here?
- I'm here. Yeah. No.
- He did something really wrong.
I could call the police,
but instead if I could talk to him...
- No police!
- - No police. Yes.
- So, can you please call him?
- Yeah.
- Is he here?
- Yeah, yeah.
I'll call him.
Get the fuck out of here.
- Is he here or not?
- No, he's not here! Go!
- Freddy, let's go.
- Oh, my God.
There are more people.
They're staring at us.
- Oh, good job.
- What is that?
- What the hell?
- Oh!
No, this is a fucking festival.
It's the best... Ugh!
Stink bombs.
Where the fuck
did you get this from?
He's like,
"I have 25 cents."
- I'll get a stink bomb.
- What do I get?
Guys, make sure
you use the napkins.
Make sure you use the napkins.
No, because
it'll get everywhere.
On the hand.
Yeah, coming out of his belly.
- It's like a horse...
- You don't want...
No, no, no. Don't light that.
Don't light that.
Don't smoke.
It's bad for your sperm.
- Polly, give him a break.
- It's my birthday.
- Is it bad for your sperm?
- Yeah, it is, but maybe tomorrow.
It's my sperm's birthday too.
A knight.
Oh, dude!
Why don't we go throw the stink
bombs to the Bishop's eden.
Stop that.
Why don't we go throw the stink
bombs to The Bishop's place?
Come on.
Mo, you into it?
I'll totally go.
This is revenge.
We're doing this for you.
- For real.
- Shh. Shut up.
- Shh!
- Come on.
Let's enjoy the revenge.
There's nothing to enjoy.
Come on, don't lie.
You like this idea.
This is gonna be
crazy. Is he putting it inside?
One, two...
Oh, my God.
What the fuck!
Hell, no!
Oh, my gosh. That's a kid.
There's a kid inside.
Oh, my God.
All of you, shut up!
There's a fucking kid.
That is not cool.
What the hell did you do?
Oh, my God!
This is fucked up.
Yeah, it's kind
of not that funny.
No, it's not funny.
I'm leaving.
I don't like this.
Wait. Are you
really leaving?
I don't wanna hear.
I don't like this.
Good night.
Guys come on,
let's get out of here.
- Hey, guys. What's up?
- - Hey.
- Hey, man.
- How was it?
Not so good.
Why were you throwing
that stink bomb that...
Hey, guys. You can stay.
Like, for real, stay.
We're gonna go to bed,
but just stay. Hang out.
- No, no, no.
- No, for real.
- I mean it. I mean it.
- - Okay.
- Can you sing something...
- Uh, sure.
Here now, like this.
- Fucked it up.
- I fucked it up.
Well, you start it.
Do you know how to start it?
No, I haven't
done it in years...
Oh, yes. Yeah. I can
do that. I can get that.
Babe, what are you doing?
Hey, come back!
- What the fuck is your problem!
- Hey! Back off!
Go away!
- Uh-huh.
- Hey!
What the fuck is your problem?
Whoa, whoa, whoa!
What's going on?
He stopped me from
cleaning the streets.
No, he harassed my friend
sexually last night.
- Argh!
- Wait, wait, wait.
What're you talking about, sexually harassed?
I just saw him with the leaf blower.
What is he sexually harassing?
He harassed my friend
last night.
- I didn't harass nobody!
- - Yes, you did.
Bishop, take a minute.
Take a minute. You know me.
Take a minute, take a minute.
Chill out, chill out.
What's going on?
This man sexually harassed
our friend last night.
She was walking to our
apartment, and he grabbed her.
- Negro!
- Okay, Bishop. Bishop.
Okay, now take a minute, all right?
Hold on. Hold on for a sec.
What else is going on?
Why did you take the leaf blower from him?
The leaf blowing is,
like, every morning.
I call 3-1-1. It's not
legal before 8:00 a.m.
Nobody cares about that. It's noise.
He's assaulting people on the street.
- Okay...
- Those fucking bitches
threw a fucking bomb
in my apartment!
- Oh, yes, you fucking did!
- - Terrorists!
- Did you hear me?
- Osama bin Laden!
Yes, I did hear you
ma'am. Calm down.
It's not a bomb. It was a stink bomb.
It's a joke thing.
Okay, first of all,
I don't wanna hear anymore about bombs.
I don't want you to be blowing their sleep,
Lord Bishop.
Now, take a walk. Go now.
Go down the street. Go on.
Take your girlfriend with you.
- There's a fucking kid in there.
- I know that. Go on with him.
- That's okay for him to get in your face like that?
- No, it's not.
- You watch him.
- You all know he's not dealing
- with the whole deck, right?
- You ought to arrest him.
- He just threatened you with...
- Listen, he's... he's crazy.
Everybody knows
he's crazy, right?
So even if you try to press
charges, all they're gonna do
is put him in some crazy house, and they're
gonna let him out in a couple of days.
But listen to me. That house
where he's staying at
is gonna be sold
in a few days, all right?
And he's gonna be out of here.
And there's nothing you can do about it,
'cause his mom is a judge.
- What's this...
- Oh, Judge Judy.
- We don't need any sarcasm.
- Yeah, right.
So your mommy's a judge,
and then you can be a criminal?
Okay, sir. I'm just
bringing up a point.
He's up on De Kalb
all the time attacking people.
- This happens every week.
- It's all the time.
Something needs to be done. One thing is
that he's crazy. He's crazy, put him in a...
He's gonna be okay.
I'm gonna talk to him.
- Yeah, thank you.
- - Thank you, officer.
I'd say every five hours.
- Five hours?
- Yeah, pour a little bit.
The cactus as well? Like,
every plant is the same one?
No, the cactus, you don't need
to do anything to the cactus.
Chino, the second one
is "C," right? "C"?
Ah, the second one, yeah.
- And then you go to E minor.
- Okay.
Come on!
So what is this again?
You don't have
to worry about that.
Do me a favor.
When you get about 50 miles out,
give me a call to tell me
everything's all right.
- You're not having any problems.
- I will. Okay.
- All right.
- See you.
- Safe journey to all of you.
- Bye.
- Have a good time.
- - Thanks for the ride, Richard.
My ex-boyfriend,
like he wanted to go to my country house
and they wouldn't allow me because
the neighbors were not cool with it.
- Are you serious?
- Yeah.
And then I got into a huge
fight and then I'm like,
"Listen, when you think of me and my
boyfriend, you just go like this."
Cock, ass hole.
Cock, ass hole.
And my Mom said,
"Oh, my God. He knows."
- You said that to your Mom?
- Yeah.
I went like this
in front to of her.
Your Mom did not say he knows.
No, she did not say he knows,
but... They were amused.
He knows.
Okay, I don't want you guys
to think this is weird.
But I brought my kit with me.
Because I'm ovulating today.
- You're ovulating again?
- Yes.
Not again. You always say again
like I'm ovulating everyday.
You're like
a chicken or something.
Can I listen to some music?
- Yeah, play that song.
- This is the song that I'm learning.
Hi, mommy.
How are you?
I'm fine.
Hey, everybody!
They're here.
Oh, my gosh.
They're here.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- Jeremiah.
- Hi, hi. Polly. Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
Good to see you.
Oh, Jeremiah. How are you?
Good to see you, man.
- Good to see you again.
- Good to see you.
Oh, my God. Look at you.
- Baby, you're good?
- Yeah.
This is Freddy.
It's a pleasure. Freddy.
Nice to meet you, finally.
Oh, this looks great.
- Oops! Sorry. I'm sorry.
- That's good.
There. Just put the potatoes
right here, sweetie.
Then we all ran because we
didn't want to be beaten.
And then we hid in the woods and then
we actually got lost in the woods.
Yeah and I went crazy.
Are you still close with your cousins?
You still talk to them?
Yeah, I talked to Howard.
My cousin's like
one of my best friends ever.
And if the timing of this works out,
it would be so nice to have...
Because you're due
very soon, you know.
They could grow up together. They'll
be the same age. It would be so nice.
- Yeah.
- I like that idea.
- You know.
- Well, I mean you guys are in New York,
so it's gonna be a little bit hard to,
like get 'em together.
- Yeah, but...
- It wouldn't be that hard.
We could come. I have cousins that
don't live right there. We make time.
Yeah, we can come here.
How often do you come, Mo?
Come on.
I'm here now.
I come often here.
If I had a kid and you had a kid,
we would come.
We would make the trip.
If I had a kid? I'm having this kid.
Mine is not a mystery.
Okay, if I had a kid.
- Mine is coming.
- Our children will be playing. It sounds so nice.
You don't look so excited.
I'm excited. What?
Do I not look excited?
I just... Okay. Well, you guys are trying
it out in a different way, you know.
Maybe there's a reason
it hasn't happened yet.
- That's all. That's all I'm saying.
- Babe.
What? Babe, what?
Don't babe me.
What is... What does that mean?
I mean, like...
- I don't know what I mean. I don't know.
- What do you mean by it?
- I think you do know what you mean.
- You do know what you mean.
I mean, how like how is this thing
gonna work? How you guys gonna...
Maybe this is really...
Maybe this is really normal in New York.
- But...
- Why can't you just be supportive?
I have been nothing
but supportive.
But this isn't...
This isn't one of your little like,
schemes, like you moving off to the big city
and you know deciding you're gay and...
I mean this is a kid.
You're bringing a child into the world.
I think you should put
a little bit more thought...
Yeah, they're thinking of
bringing a child into a world
with three parents
that love that child.
I can assure you, a mom and a dad
does not create that all the time.
I mean, I've seen situations
where kids have a mom and a dad
and then mom's an alcoholic
or dad that beats up the mom...
Nobody is talking about...
I'm talking about
that though. I'm just saying...
My point is that there's
no normal situation at all.
Reggie, don't go.
I guess what we're trying to say is
that not... You need a mom and a dad
but you need a loving mom
or a loving dad.
- Yeah, that's all I was saying.
- - It's more about how we are.
Stability. That's...
Mo's voice, again.
- Make a wish for a baby.
- A baby.
- And then as a consequence I was pissed off.
- Oh, my gosh.
Just a annoyed little child.
you're just holding a pair of sunglasses.
You're so adorable, your face.
Mo, look at you there with a dog!
Look at your white boots.
I know.
- Oh, my God. I can't take it.
- That's my favorite.
No. I want one. I want one that's
half of that and half of me.
Oh, we want it.
- Come on now, put it in.
- Come on, do it. Do it.
Mo, you're so cute and sweet.
Mo, we would make such beautiful
little friendly creatures.
All right, let's do it.
- Yeah, let's do it.
- Like right now?
- Yeah, right now.
- Like I go get my kit right now?
Yeah, do it.
- Are you serious?
- Go get it.
- Go get it.
- Oh, my God. Before he changes his mind.
Before I change every
single part of my mind.
Oh, my gosh!
Let me get you started.
Dude, she's so excited.
Are you serious, you wanna do it?
- Yeah.
- Don't fucking get cold feet now.
Did you already start?
- It's... It already happened. You missed it.
- No!
Just rub yourself
against that wet spot and...
Okay, babe.
It's all good.
Okay. Listen,
this is very serious.
You know what this means.
And don't contaminate
the specimen.
Okay, hold it.
Easy, easy, easy.
- You're good.
- Yeah.
It's warm.
Polly, just do it.
You need help?
Let me help you.
- Do you want to hold my legs up?
- Yeah. Hold on, one second.
- Yeah, lift me up here.
- - Wait.
Okay, we have to think
positive thoughts.
And tell the sperm
to go right to the egg.
Yeah. Babe, show her
the picture
with you and the dog.
That one.
Oh, my God.
Wait, wait. Hold it up.
Oh, shit.
Goodnight, kid.
- Goodnight, Ceci.
- - Goodnight.
Good vibes, you guys.
Good job, babe.
Thank you.
- Mm. Thank you so much.
- Oh, thank you for being here.
- Come to New York, you promise?
- We will, I promise.
- And cross your fingers for...
- Yeah.
Fingers are crossed over,
and the prayers are up.
Okay. Thank you.
Bye, nice to meet you.
Thank you so much for everything.
Come to New York.
Bye, sweetie.
- Take good care of yourself.
- I will. Bye.
Bye, bye.
- Can I make a left here?
- - Yeah.
- Have a good night.
- - Good night.
- Bye.
- - Bye.
Okay, bye.
You can go. I'm good.
- Me too. Go.
- Okay.
Oh, what the fuck?
- What the fuck is that?
- - Is that human shit?
- Someone took a shit on our stairs.
- Oh, smells like it, dude.
Under fucking light.
How bad is that?
- Oh, it's so humiliating.
- I swear.
- I'm just going to bed.
- I wish I could.
I feel unclean.
- Leaving for the gallery.
- Huh. Okay.
Good luck at the gallery.
Here we go.
- Hi, excuse me?
- Hello.
Hi. Are you guys set up?
Yeah, we have a meeting
with Marcus.
- Wendy.
- Yeah.
Come check this out.
- Oh, I love it!
- It's crazy, right?
- Okay, let's go.
- No, you love this. You love Michael. You have to.
Hurry up.
Make sure, it's, uh, on focus.
- Hey. Hello.
- Hey, you guys.
- How are you guys? Great?
- Ready.
So want to get the lights,
Jesse. Thank you.
- Do you wanna hit the space bar?
- - Yeah.
Let's hit it.
- Okay, this is gonna be working here?
- Yeah.
No, wait. That part is so good.
Wait. One second.
Okay, okay. Oh.
- It's her.
- - Who is that?
Um, it's my friend Polly.
The friend that I told you that, uh,
that I was trying to have a baby with?
- Sure, yeah.
- And then Wendy was there.
- You don't wanna finish it?
- No, no. I do. We will.
Can you hit the lights?
Look, but...
Yeah, hit the lights,
Jesse. Thank you.
- You don't like it?
- No, I do. I do.
- I like it.
- Yeah?
- Oh, yeah. It's just different.
- Yeah, it's a little different than when we thought.
It's a lot different.
I know I just
thought that it was...
It would be more compelling for people at
the gallery and maybe have a little stage.
- Okay.
- Down like, down below the...
Spaces... It's a good show.
- So you put it...
- But we'll put it to the oracle.
But is it gonna be part of it?
Well, if you're kind of lucky.
I can't... I'm...
I don't make those decisions.
The Oracle makes those.
What do you mean?
Who is the Oracle?
- Are you teasing me?
- No. I really don't know who you're talking about.
Come here.
You go first.
You didn't like it, did you?
You... What's going on?
You just...
I'm a little bit surprised, it's different.
But this is where
the decisions are made.
What do you mean?
- That's the Oracle?
- This is.
I mean, we light the candles.
Just hit the question.
Okay? In our hearts.
Marcus, you really
are not being serious.
- Are you kidding?
- What do you mean? How...
How are you gonna consult to that
whether I can be in the show or not?
- Don't be tensed.
- Okay.
- The questions...
- This is so weird. I don't get it.
Don't be tensed. The questions
are asked and the answers come.
- But then how does the Oracle answer to your question?
- Freddy.
Freddy, the answers come.
No, it's not okay.
I just don't get it.
Did you... Did you study
Greek or Latin ever?
Have you ever gone
to high school, Freddy?
Yeah, I went to high school.
You don't need to get sassy, Marcus.
- Sassy?
- Yeah.
Little cuteness party is sassy.
That video is sassy.
There's nothing
personal about it.
You talked to me about
honesty and embarrassment
just a short while ago
in your place.
You opened up something to me and you...
You were blushing.
Are you blushing
now seeing that?
Dude, I'm blushing now with this fucking
Oracle thing, like it's... Honestly...
Oh, you shouldn't say that.
Yeah, maybe
we should... We could go.
I'm sorry, it's just so weird,
I don't get it.
You don't have to get it.
That's the whole point.
- There is nothing to do with the intellect...
- Yeah, I don't get it. Yeah.
And... and being cute and having all your
friends have a fucking slumber party.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- Excuse me. Okay?
- Okay. Yeah, yeah.
- This is not Picasso Baby.
- Okay, this is not a gay... - Okay,
don't compare me with Picasso Baby, okay.
- What do you have all those people fucking for, Freddy?
- That's a fucking service.
Freddy. Let's just...
We'll leave you can solve whatever...
- No, dude. I'm not... I'm through.
- Okay.
Thank you.
- Thanks, Marcus.
- - Thanks.
- Fucking asshole, dude.
- I don't know. Let's just go.
Hey, Chino.
- Hey, What are you doing here?
- Hi. Is... Is Mo here?
- Yeah, he's in the office.
- Okay.
Mo. Hi.
- Hey.
- Hi.
What's up?
I'm coming by...
'cause I just...
I found out that I am...
Oh, my gosh.
Thank you so much.
Does Freddy know?
No. I haven't told him. I, um, wanted to
come here and tell you first in person.
And just make sure that it's okay and
we're okay and have your permission to...
- My permission?
- To go forward and...
I just wanted
to tell you in person.
So, yeah, you sure
you okay? We're good?
Yeah. Yes.
- Okay.
- What's going on?
I'm pregnant.
We're pregnant.
What? That's amazing.
Yeah. Hi-five.
- Ow!
- Oh, sorry.
I'm a pregnant lady.
You have to be careful.
Let's go to the roof.
- You think that was legit?
- I don't know, man. I don't know.
I just... Yeah.
I don't know, Fred, it's...
What do you mean?
It's just, like... I don't know I don't
think you handled that the best way.
What do you mean, like?
That was the proper attitude.
The guy didn't even watch like
30 seconds of the video.
- But...
- And we worked so hard on that.
- Excuse me.
- Exactly, that's why we should have waited.
- Excuse me.
- Yeah.
- Are you Jewish?
- No.
- What?
- No, I'm not. No.
- Are you sure you're not Jewish really?
- Yes.
- Are you a lesbian?
- What?
- Freddy, what are you doing?
- No, dude.
- Why?
- Yeah, exactly.
I'm sorry.
What the hell was that?
- Hey, Wendy.
- - Nico. Hey.
- Hey, what's up, man.
- What's up.
Hey, you guys want to come to a barbecue?
I'm going now.
- Yeah. You want...
- No, no. I'm not... I don't want to.
- Okay. I'm gonna go.
- - Come on.
Polly, wait a second.
You're leaving?
- Yeah.
- Okay, sure.
All right, I'll see you later.
- Hey, what's up?
- - Hi.
How are you?
What happened?
It was just fucking humiliating.
I'll tell you later.
What's going on?
Um, well, I have bad news, too.
Um, it didn't work.
But listen, I'm...
I'm ovulating right now.
So I'm thinking we just
try it again tonight.
I'm so upset.
Yeah, why don't you
talk to Mo about it?
Yeah, I think it's
possible. You just...
Yeah, just talk to him.
All right. Well,
I'll see you tonight.
- Okay.
- Okay. Bye.
- What did he say?
- That I sound upset.
- He had a bad day at the gallery today.
- Yeah?
Which will make this even better
when we give him the good news.
Hey, guys.
Oh, hell no!
Hell no!
You know who this man is?
This man is a fucking faggot.
You go outside...
He's your cousin but he sucks
dick and takes it in the ass.
Escape this fucking mess.
Run away from this thing.
Okay, I'm gonna be cool.
I'm chilling out. I'm gonna be cool.
I just wanna tell you something.
The man is a terrorist.
- Shut the fuck up, man.
- - Shut the fuck up?
Yeah, I'm not having
a good day, like...
You're not having a good day?
- Stop taking in the ass.
- - You go outside, please.
You have a better day,
Osama Bin cock sucker!
No, no. You go outside.
- Fucking... Fuck you, man. Fuck off!
- Fucking faggot!
- No talk like that.
- - Oh, now you gonna throw me out?
I come in here everyday
and you throw me out!
Excuse me, sir. Watch out for the faggots.
They're all around here.
Faggots are running crazy.
You're pitching or catching?
Shut the fuck up, dude.
Back off!
Dick sucker.
What? What?
Yo, man.
Yo, Bishop?
Easy, easy.
Oh, fuck. Oh, my God!
Help me out, dude.
You're good, man.
You're gonna be good.
Stay here.
Hello, and thank you for
calling 311 in New York City.
If this is an emergency,
please dial 911.
Cock sucker!
No, dude.
Get off! Fuck!
Oh, fuck!
Oh, my God.
No, no, no, no.
Come with me.
No, no, no, no.
- No.
- Fuck!
- What happened?
- I fucked up. I fucked up.
- What?
- It was an accident.
Freddy, what happened?
I fucked up.
It was not my fault.
Oh, my God!
Freddy, what happened?
I was walking and then
he started outside.
Okay, okay, okay, okay.
And he was following me.
It's okay. It's okay.
Watch out!
Look at him.
He's bleeding. Polly.
- No leave him.
- - Mother fucker!
Did you call 911 or an ambulance?
We have to call somebody.
- I tried calling...
- No, wait. Don't call anybody.
What happened?
- Fuck! What are we gonna do?
- What happened? Tell him what happened.
What the fuck is this? Freddy,
explain how did he get in the house?
I don't know.
I was coming back all right. And then...
He cursed me and then he started
following me and then...
Shh. It's okay, it's okay.
Okay, okay, okay, okay.
I was just defending myself.
I know, it's okay. It was an accident.
It's okay, it's okay.
...Shh, calm down.
- It's okay.
Listen, we're gonna call the cops
and tell them it was an accident.
Don't. You cannot
call the police.
We are calling the police.
What else are we gonna do?
He's yelling in there
and people are gonna hear us.
He's gonna get deported, you're pregnant.
We are not calling anyone.
- What?
- We gotta think.
What the fuck?
You're pregnant?
I found out today.
- No.
- It's okay. It's okay.
- No!
- No, no, no. It's okay.
Listen, listen, listen.
We'll fix this, okay?
We have to call the police.
Can you just shut him up!
- What you doing?
- What you doing?
Freddy, what?
What are you doing?
Please don't.
I'm sorry, man.
I'm sorry.
Please don't call anybody.
Get the fuck out!
Get the fuck out! Get out!
Oh, my God.
Oh, fuck.
Oh, fuck.
Dude, what the fuck?
Oh, my God.
- It's okay.
- Oh, my God.
It's okay, it's okay.
It was an accident. It's okay.
Freddy, it's okay just breathe.
- No, what are we gonna do.
- Sorry. I'm so sorry.
It's okay.
It's okay.
It was an accident, okay.
You were defending yourself.
It was an accident.
Oh, fuck.
Guys, what are we going to do?
What the fuck? What are we
gonna do, guys? Fuck!
- I'm so sorry.
- - Oh, my gosh.
I'm sorry.
Who is that?
- Fuck!
- I told you, man! Fuck.
Sit here.
It's okay, it's okay,
it's okay, it's okay.
It's okay, it was an accident.
How? How?
How did this happen?
He was defending himself, okay?
It was an accident.
It's okay.
Just breathe.
Okay? Just breathe.
We have to get him out of here.
Yeah. How?
- Sit down.
- Shh.
- Who is it?
- Just sit down.
- Fuck!
- - What?
Dude, it's Richard.
He saw me.
- Fuck!
- - Oh, fucking great.
Maybe he needs something.
I'm just gonna go...
Okay, okay, okay.
Just, just, just...
Fuck! I need to go out.
He saw me.
No! Wait, clean up.
You've got blood all over you.
- Okay.
- - Just tell him we're having dinner.
Tell him we're in the middle
of something.
Hey, how are you, man?
- How are you?
- I'm good. What's going on?
No. What is going on?
Nothing. It's really late.
Freddy, I saw Bishop come up the steps.
What's going on?
Freddy, come on.
Let's get real. What's wrong?
Don't look. Turn around.
You go first.
Freddy, there is a light switch
on the left side of the wall.
I'll be right back.
One, two...
Get away.
Hi, I'm Michael Weinstein.
My guest today is singer,
song-writer, Ryan Bingham.
His sound echoes the rough
and rugged life he's led,
but his journey
is certainly magical.
While working as a rodeo-rider he took
up song-writing in his after-hours.
He released two albums that cast the
legendary producer, T Bone Burnett,
who was producing the soundtrack to
the Jeff Bridges film Crazy Heart.
The rest is Grammy
and Oscar history.
Ryan Bingham, welcome
to Song Trails.
Thank you very much.
I really appreciate you
being here.
I think your work is rather
extraordinary in this time
because it's a combination of...
What was that?
Can I stay here,
please? Can I sleep here?
- What?
- Can I sleep here?
What's going on?
- Polly.
- Hmm.
What the fuck is this?
- What is that?
- Chino brought them.
He gave them to me.
Fucking creeped me out.
- Aina.
- Hey, guys.
- Look who's here.
- - Aw.
How are you doing?
Look who's here.
It's uncle Freddy.
How you doing?
- Oh, God. He's like growing a beard. Look at that.
- Hi.
I know, he's getting
so big, so fast.
Where you guys heading?
To get coffee.
- Yeah, we're gonna go to...
- - Where's Isaac?
Is he back yet?
Yeah, he got back late,
had a long trip, just passed out.
We're just out walking.
- You look sleepy.
- Yeah. Didn't really sleep.