Social Nightmare (2013) Movie Script

Save yourself now,
because I am so drunk.
Do it!
Do it!
No. No way.
It's yummy.
It's like lemonade.
No way.
You're never gonna make it through
college if you can't chug.
I can chug. I chugged
at Aaron Fink's party.
Oh, Aaron Fink's party
in middle school,
where you drank
all the root beer
until you barfed
in the rec room?
It totally counts.
And it was cute.
That's a memory of you
that I will treasure forever.
I'm so drunk,
Wow, maybe I'm so
drunk I can fly.
You guys think I can fly?
Should really
stay away from this stuff.
I drink, like, this much,
and I'm, like, whoo.
That's a good one.
Oh, nice.
Very sexy.
Come in.
All right, girlies.
Time to wrap it up.
You have school tomorrow.
Oh. Hey, Daniel.
Hi, Ms. Hardy.
Didn't realize
you were still here.
How's your sister doing?
Uh, good. Thanks.
Cat, you have boys over,
door's open, okay?
Sorry, Mom.
Do you have any Coke,
Mrs. Hardy?
Yeah, but it's a little
late for caffeine.
It's a school night.
Mom, two of our friends
already got
their college
acceptance letters,
and that means ours
are coming next.
It probably is, but I'd love
to see you graduate
high school first.
Come on, guys.
It's getting late.
We'll wrap it up soon,
Mrs. Hardy.
Uh, good night,
Mrs. Hardy.
Okay, okay.
Good night.
Sorry. Mom's a mom.
Yeah, I should probably be getting
out of here pretty soon anyway.
Are you okay?
Come here.
Okay. B-Bye, guys.
It's fine. Don't worry about me.
I'm just gonna...
just gonna hang out right here.
Did I do something wrong?
No. No. Uh...
it's Joan.
Her birth mother's been calling
and asking to meet her.
And that's bad?
Joan doesn't know
she's adopted.
Nobody does,
besides family and...
and you.
It's none of my business,
but maybe it's
time to tell her.
No. No, no.
You... You can't
tell her anything.
No, I won't.
That's not what I meant.
She's gone through enough,
you know?
Things are
tough enough for her.
Now, this... this woman
gave Joan away.
She doesn't want her.
She just...
She just wants
to come in her life
and ruin it
for my sister again.
You're a good brother.
And a good boyfriend.
I'm gonna send you
something tonight, hmm?
Something to cheer you up.
You're right.
I already do like it.
That's just the first in a series.
Oh, a series.
Hey, now,
I'm just a little bear.
I know.
You're a very sexy bear,
No, you're sexy.
Oh, me? I'm sexy?
Oh, stop it.
Oh, this is fun.
Good morning, sunshine.
Oh, not yet!
Come on, Kitty Cat.
Today's the big election.
You don't want
to have to accept office
with bags under your eyes.
Is that Daniel's cologne I smell
in there?
We weren't doing anything
crazy, Mom, just kissing.
Just be careful.
Well, you're
a very sensitive girl,
and you know how boys can be.
Getting physical
for them doesn't always
mean the same thing to
them as it does to us.
Just ask your father,
for example.
Here we go.
Are you listening to me?
Mom, look.
Did you just hear
anything that I said?
Yes. Look.
You haven't been up
three minutes,
and you're already online.
I've been promising Em
I'd post this for months.
Okay, go!
Am I going first?
Ha ha!
I'm nervous.
Okay, we did it!
You two are so cute.
In AP English, we had to map
out our four-year plans,
and Emily and I have
everything all planned out.
We're gonna do the Brown/RISD
dual-degree program.
You can request the roommate
you want in the dorms,
and we'll be taking the
same dual-degree program,
graphic design and marketing,
which will give us the edge
when we graduate
and start our internships
in New York.
Brown's so far away.
Well, I'll come visit on holidays.
My baby.
What happened to my little girl?
You were only seven pounds, two
ounces when you were born.
Gosh, not the birth story.
You were the most delicate
thing the nurse had ever seen.
You were just like a
little porcelain doll,
this... Ooh.
I gotta go!
This little finger.
Sweetheart, I think your
four-year plan sounds great.
Okay. Bye.
Have a good day.
Has the Web had a positive or
negative impact on modern society?
This paper will make up
20% of your final grade,
so for some of you,
that will make
or break your GPA,
so let's put some effort
into it.
This paper will be due
on Wednesday...
Are you ready
to lose to me today?
It's okay to be a
one-term president, Cat.
History looks kindly on them.
There was Nixon
and George Bush and Taft,
but I think he died.
No way. I'm winning.
Yes, I can.
Yes, I can.
Yes, I can.
Shh. Some of us are
trying to pay attention.
Sorry, Jessica.
Sorry, Jessica.
Was your parents' life better or
worse because of the World Wide Web?
Yes, I can.
In terms of economics,
how has it changed
society, religion?
Put the phone away,
or it is mine!
Let's get to work.
Hey, Em!
I voted for you.
Oh, thank you.
Y-You're hot.
Thank you.
You know what's
more awkward than that?
Mr. Perryman
calling it "the Web. "
Who calls it "the Web"?
Well, I enjoy surfing
the World Wide Web.
Oh, mocking a teacher.
You're like this pink candy
shell on the outside
and like poisonous venom
on the inside,
exactly how I like you.
Well, it's your
bad influence, so...
Hmm. Well, yeah.
Your mom texts you,
like, a hundred times a day.
So? She loves me.
She's my
second-best friend.
So I'm your
first-best friend?
Oh, okay. Good.
Then I shall be thanking you
in my acceptance speech
when I win for president.
I got you.
I like the pictures
you sent the other night.
Mmm. Shh.
You are very beautiful, really.
They're just for you.
I know.
They better be.
Bye, baby.
Bye. See you.
Oh, good luck on the election!
Uh, both of you.
I, uh...
This camera is so good.
I love this lens.
Oh, look at this picture
of Daniel and Joan.
He's so sweet to her.
He really is.
"I'm gonna send you
something later.
kissy, kissy. "
You heard that?
Oh, sorry.
It's fine.
There's nothing better
than hanging out alone
while listening
to you two make out.
I'm sorry.
It's okay. He's cool.
I get it.
That's a great shot.
Ms. Langran, I was thinking
maybe we could do a page
in the yearbook
about Star Kids,
like feature Joan and some of
the other kids in the program
and maybe some of the volunteers
we know who work after school.
Like Daniel?
Well, I like it...
but we are gonna need
a few more photos.
Do you think you guys could go
over to the volunteer center,
maybe grab some interviews,
get a few more pics?
Can we use this camera?
If you sign it out.
Did you take this?
Oh, yeah. Me and Cat.
You guys have a great eye.
I'm really glad you're both
thinking of graphic design.
Thank you.
Attention, students.
Election results are in
for Student Body Council.
Student body rep,
Raymond Barajas.
Treasurer, Misty Jenkins.
Secretary, Pamela Ferguson.
Vice President, Casey Price.
And your president...
it was a close one...
Cat Hardy!
to all our winners.
I'm sorry.
No, it's fine. She
won fair and square.
Ah, congratulations.
You're not mad?
Congratulations, silly.
Hey, hey, hey!
No skateboarding, fellas!
You know better than that.
Awesome, Cat.
Hey, way to go, Cat.
Why don't you watch
where you're going?
Oh, does that bother you?
Get away from me!
Look at me, retard!
What did you say?
It's just a joke.
Well, it's not funny.
Come on, Joan.
Sorry we can't all
be suck-ups like you.
Hey, shut up!
Make me!
Maybe I will.
You know what, Emily?
She's not even worth it.
Why don't you shut
your stupid mouth?
Excuse me, ladies. Is
there a problem here?
Yeah. Haylee's
bullying Joan.
That's a lie.
I didn't even touch her.
Joan, is that true?
She called me the "R" word.
Thank you, Joan.
Haylee, Principal's office now.
Come on.
Okay. Okay, now...
Now you can color two boxes,
and then you have to write who,
what, when, where and why.
Write along this red line,
down to this...
Okay, okay.
Don't rush me.
So, anyway, Haylee's
on probation now.
What's her problem?
I don't know.
She's a piece of trash.
Sorry, guys.
I just...
I just don't like people
messing with my sister.
Thanks for
having her back, Cat.
Of course.
Say cheese.
I... I don't like pictures.
One more?
Oh, we gotta go.
No! I wanted to interview
more people.
I can drive you home.
Finally found a good one, Cat.
I know.
See you guys.
In here.
Madam President.
Oh, jeez, Mom.
I'm so proud of you, honey.
And I made a special meal.
Well, I got a special meal.
Santa Fe Supremo
from Antonio's,
your favorite, double guac.
Yay. You're the best.
I thought...
we might even have
one more reason
we might be celebrating.
Oh, it's thin.
I don't think that matters.
I'm too nervous!
I can't open it!
Can you do it?
Okay. Really?
All right.
Wait, wait, wait!
Maybe I should wait for Emily?
It's too late.
You want me to s-stop?
"Dear Catherine Hardy,
"we are pleased to inform
you of your admission
to the Brown/Rhode Island School
of Design Dual Degree program. "
I'm in! I'm in!
"You have also been
selected as a recipient
"of the Dr. Arthur
V. Tassel Scholarship,
"covering the full cost
of tuition,
contingent on
maintaining a 3.3 GPA."
Oh, Cat.
I got a full ride.
I got into Brown/RISD.
Oh, baby. Kitty Cat,
why are you crying?
I'm happy.
It's finally happening.
Oh, Mom.
We've still got the rest
of spring and summer.
We'll spend tons
of time together.
I'm gonna call Em.
Did you get it?
Oh, no.
It sounds like you got in.
That's great.
I don't get it.
You have a higher GPA
than I do.
Um, maybe you have,
like, more activities, or...
you know, maybe you
had a better essay.
Oh, Em, don't cry.
I'm sorry. It's...
Don't worry about me, okay?
This is really good for you.
I'm not going without you.
Don't be stupid.
This is our plan, our dream!
We'll contest it together.
You would do that for me?
We're best friends.
They're not gonna split us up.
You know, come over tonight.
We'll write the
admissions committee.
We'll change their minds.
Mom, is that okay?
Actually, come over now. We
don't have a lot of time.
Okay, bye.
Jeez, you're taking longer
to proofread it
than we did to write it.
It's missing something.
What's that quote
Ms. Langran keeps
in the counseling office?
The one, uh,
by Abraham Lincoln?
Yeah, something about let no
feeling of discouragement
set on you or something on you.
I don't know.
I'll look it up.
I feel like if you put
something in the last sentence
that says that you respect
their decision either way,
that they'll like that.
Okay, like what?
hang on.
What? "Precede"?
Don't you mean "proceed"?
No. How you wish to precede.
Is that not right?
Are you sure?
Why don't you look
that up, too, Emily.
Oh, I don't need to look it up.
It's pretty obviously welcome
to Wrongville, population you.
Hmm. Really?
Okay, okay, here it is.
"Let no feeling of
discouragement prey upon you,
and you are
sure to succeed. "
"... sure to succeed. "
Okay. That's good, right?
This will do it?
This will change their minds?
What do you think, Mom?
I think it's a great letter of appeal,
and I think it's getting late.
We have to stay together.
So, what? I'm a loser?
I didn't post that.
Yeah, right. Nice quote.
Em, I swear.
Screw you, Cat.
What's up, guys?
It's Emily.
Leave your name and a message,
and I'll call you back.
Emily, I would never even think
something like that about you.
I don't know what's going on.
Call me back.
The BuddyMe site administrators
just told me
to change my password,
but they can't guarantee
it won't happen again.
Well, you kids put all your
business up on that site,
you're just asking for trouble.
I feel violated.
Ah, it's just a website, honey.
There's more important
things in life.
Yeah, but, Mom,
somebody actually got
onto my hard drive
and pulled that quote.
Emily actually believed I would
say something like that.
Well, pride can get
the best of us.
What do you mean?
Madam President,
need I remind you
that, for the last
two years in a row,
you have beat out
your best friend for office?
On top
of her rejection from Brown?
I mean, she must be...
You know, people do crazy
things when they're jealous.
She's not jealous.
She's my friend.
Who had complete access to your
computer and your BuddyMe account.
She loves me.
Didn't stop her from
accusing you, now, did it?
Okay, okay.
Forget I mentioned it.
I'm gonna take
your computer in today
and get one of those
fire thingies installed.
Fire... whatever.
Let's precede
with our firewall plans.
Aren't you a little bit
late for school?
The BuddyMe site administrators
told me to change my password.
I just hope
it doesn't happen again.
I'm sorry I freaked out.
It's just my stupid temper.
I know you'd never really
write anything like that.
I don't think you're a loser.
I think you're awesome.
I know.
Okay, I'll...
I'll see you soon.
Okay, bye.
What's going on?
I don't know.
I'm so over high school.
Hey, Cat. Nice work.
Definitely put
that site to use.
Ha! For sure. So much better
to be an informed consumer.
What were those idiots
talking about?
I have no idea.
Hey, Jessica.
Hey, liar.
What? You think just because
you're going to Brown
and you're class president,
you can do whatever you want?
You want to tell me
what you're talking about?
You always did have such
a superiority complex.
Thought you were smart enough
to keep it to yourself, though.
Calm down, drama queen.
I don't know why
you're defending her.
You're on the list.
What list?
Yeah, apparently you scored
with some security guard
at the mall where you work?
What the hell?
I don't even work at the mall.
Way to go, Cat!
You suck, Cat. I'm
taking my vote back.
Did you think this would make you
popular, you stuck-up bitch?
I had nothing to do with this!
This is crazy.
Well, it's not me.
Well, these are all
the pictures that we took.
Well, I didn't create the page!
It must be the hacker,
the same one that posted
on my BuddyMe page.
Where did they get
all these pictures?
They were on the yearbook camera.
I don't know.
Oh, no.
They put Joan on here.
We should talk
to Mrs. Langran.
I would never do
something like this.
Someone is setting me up.
I know you would never
do anything to hurt Joan.
Besides, most of those girls on
that website really are sluts.
That's what I heard.
That's a weird thing to say.
Girls, I need to see
you in my office now.
Ms. Langran,
we have to talk.
And you, don't you have a
class you should be in?
Thank you. Come on.
Mrs. Langran...
Have a seat, girls.
Do you want to tell me
what I am looking at?
Somebody hacked into my
computer and posted this thing.
It's not me, I promise.
Correct me if I'm wrong,
but both of you girls
took these pictures.
Well, yeah,
we did, but...
With the school's camera,
and then you hacked into
the admin's email database
and sent this
to every student in school?
No. We took
those pictures,
but we didn't do
the other stuff.
Who took the camera home?
I did.
Did you loan it to anyone?
Okay, where's the camera now?
In my locker.
I'm gonna need
the camera back immediately.
Of course.
And both of you
are off yearbook.
That's B.S.
I didn't even do anything.
Okay, Emily... I didn't have
anything to do with it!
I didn't even have
the camera. Cat did.
Did Emily have access
to the camera last night?
No. I had it
the whole time.
Okay, then. This is
your responsibility.
I mean, this is very serious.
The school could be
held liable for this.
I didn't do this.
I would never do this.
Mrs. Langran,
Well, Emily, you are
off the hook for now.
And, Cat, we'll look into this,
but it's not
just gonna go away.
All right, now back to
class, both of you.
Wow, Em.
Way to have my back!
What? What do you
want me to say?
Everything she said was true.
Um, how 'bout, "Cat would never do
something like that in a million years.
Somebody else
posted the site. "
I defended you.
No, you didn't!
You made sure you weren't
kicked off yearbook.
Look, you took those pictures,
and you had the camera
the whole time,
so I don't know what happened, but
I'm not getting in trouble for it.
I'm glad we've got
the facts straight.
All right, here we go.
Best medicine in the world.
Heh. I don't think ice cream is
gonna fix this problem, Mom.
Honey, you remember that's the
same thing you used to say to me
when you were in third
grade and Billy Peterson
used to call you
Cat, Cat, the fatty fat.
Well, then you fed
the fat girl ice cream.
You were never fat.
Plus, it worked, didn't it?
You got over it, and now
Billy Peterson is fat
and works at that awful taco stand.
Thank you, ice cream.
He does.
Baby, I hate to see you
so stressed out.
I'll get through it.
Good, because next
we're gonna move on
to my second prescription
for a tough day, shopping.
It's very serious.
Oh, that sounds
like serious business.
It's actually really impressive how
many times you're on that site.
You know what?
You better be careful.
Wrap it up, so you don't
spread your disease.
You're on it more than me.
Oh, she burned you, Haylee!
What is wrong with you?
You're the one who outed the slut.
I didn't post that site.
Yeah, right.
Heard you got kicked out
of yearbook class.
Here. Have a couple.
You'll probably need 'em
to keep your GPA up.
That's not all
she's keeping up.
Are you all right?
I never even kissed a boy.
I know.
Here you go.
Welcome to the wonderful
world of politics.
All right, so I'll put
you down on the list
that you're good with everything
in class and everything?
All right, perfect.
Hey, Casey, can I talk to you
for a second?
I'm kind of busy right now.
Please, Case?
It's kind of important.
It'll just take a second.
I'll talk to you later.
What is this?
Your website pissed off
a lot of people.
You know me.
I would never do anything
to hurt anybody.
Is there anything you could say
that could change their minds?
This is crazy.
You don't believe me.
Cat, I'd like to believe you.
I really would.
Then I wouldn't feel
like such a fool.
What is that supposed to mean?
How is it that my name wound up
on your little Internet list?
I don't know.
I told you, it's not my website.
Followed by the quote,
"Would do anything to make
out with Jason Myerson?"
I don't know.
You were the only one
I told that I was gay.
You were the only one,
the only person I trusted.
I even knew exactly
when I told you,
two months ago in your bedroom,
helping you with
your calc homework.
It was important for me
to be able to trust somebody,
all right,
to get it off my chest.
Nobody else knew.
Casey, you can trust me.
I didn't tell anybody.
I was called horrible names
in the hallway this morning.
People laughed at me.
Jason is threatening
to beat my ass.
If you didn't make this list,
then you told someone who did.
Maybe somebody guessed just
by the way you look at Jason.
Maybe you're not as on the D.L.
as you thought you were.
I don't know
what's more offensive,
the idea that you
may have betrayed my trust
or the sentence that just
came out of your mouth.
Either way, we're done.
Oh, Casey, you have...
Hey, please!
No! I...
I don't know
what's more offensive,
the idea that you
may have betrayed my trust
or the sentence that just
came out of your mouth.
Either way, we're done.
Heard you got kicked
out of yearbook class.
I don't know what happened, but I'm
not getting in trouble for it.
All in favor of impeaching
President Cat Hardy,
raise your hands
and say, "Yea. "
It's unanimous.
All in favor of making Emily Hargrove
Student Body Council President,
raise your hands
and say, "Yea. "
It's unanimous.
What are you doing
home from school?
Are you sick?
I'm not sick. I just...
I just...
I can't be there right now.
Everyone hates me!
Oh, Kitty Cat, I don't.
This isn't about you!
Mom, I'm sorry. I just...
I got kicked
off Student Council.
They can't do that!
Well, apparently they can,
because they already did it,
and they announced the runner-up
is gonna take over my office.
Well, things are going pretty
well for her these days.
After you guys spent all
that time petitioning Brown?
I didn't even know
she applied to Yale.
Well, you two haven't had
secrets from each other before.
I know.
Oh, baby.
Oh, come he...
Oh, my sweetheart.
At least you still
have Brown, okay?
What's the point
if Emily's not going?
Honey, you know, in life,
things rarely go
according to your plans.
I'm sorry. It's really all about
being flexible, you know.
So maybe you put off Brown
and you stay here
for your first two years
and go to a community college,
and then you can live at home.
You're right.
I should go to Brown/RISD
and get my degrees
and start my own business,
because I don't need a partner.
Uh, honey, you're not
really hearing me.
No, you're right.
Be flexible.
Yes, be flexible.
Cat, where are you going?
To Emily's.
I'm gonna tell her I'm gonna start my
own business and I don't need her.
Just... Honey,
don't burn any bridges.
I'm not.
I'm crossing them.
Emily, it's Cat!
Just a second, Cat.
Tell her to go away.
She's standing there.
I don't care!
I don't want to talk to her!
Just go. Just go.
So I guess congratulations
are in order
for Student Council.
You can't blame me for that.
Who can I blame for
lying to me about Yale?
I didn't lie!
I just didn't tell you
every single little detail
of my life.
We had a plan, Em.
We were a team.
You think I made that website,
don't you, and that BuddyMe post?
You don't think
there's a hacker at all.
You know what?
I'm kind of over this,
so you just go to Brown,
I'll go to Yale,
and maybe I'll see you
at the reunion in 10 years.
Or not.
I have to go.
It's like, I'm gonna
drive straight,
and then I'm gonna turn left.
Hey, I can help you
keep score if you want.
Oh, what's the matter, Cat?
Got your tongue?
Hey, Cat.
You okay?
What's going on?
You look upset.
You got troubles, huh?
It's 'cause of that
scoreboard website?
Look, I know it has
my name on it,
but I didn't put up that site.
Somebody went through a lot of
trouble to screw up my life.
And it's not just the website.
It's the BuddyMe page.
Someone posted things
that I didn't post.
Worst part of it all is
nobody seems to believe me.
I believe you.
Look, nothing is safe
on the Internet.
No matter how secure
you think you are,
there are people out there
that can hack into anything.
Look, I know this guy.
He might be able to help you.
He's a full-on
computer genius.
He... I had a problem. He helped
me out a few months ago.
What kind of problem?
Well, someone was
catfishing this girl
using a picture of me
from track.
So do you think
he would help me?
Well, of course he would, yeah.
I mean,
he's a good friend of mine.
That would be so great.
Why don't you meet me
over at his place
after school,
say, 5:00?
Here. I'll give you
his address.
Thank you so much
for your help.
I so appreciate it.
Yeah, it's okay.
I gotta run, but I'll...
I'll see you later?
Cat! You made it.
Come on in.
Cat, this is
my good buddy, Cool D.
this is the girl I was
talking to you about, Cat?
Go ahead.
Sit down.
He not only fixed
my catfishing problem.
We actually found the
guy who was doing it.
Hell, yeah.
Just gotta know
what you're looking for.
Cold one?
So you think you can help?
Well, that is always
a possibility, right?
Hey, yo, why don't you
give us some privacy
so I can converse
freely with my client?
Okay, sure.
So? Holler at me.
Somebody posted a website using
information from my computer.
You mean this one?
Do you think you can find out
who hacked into my stuff?
If you remember
when it happened.
I can look into the logs
on your router,
see if there's any traffic going
into your computer, you know.
Someone maybe copied your data.
That is, if they hacked in using
one of them Trojans online.
Has anybody had access to your
computer without you knowing?
No. I'm the only one.
All right.
Did you bring it with you?
Yeah, it's right here.
That's what's up.
So, when can you start?
Well, there's still
the matter of my fee.
How much do you charge?
Something like this
is gonna run you
the tune of, like,
10 Gs.
Wow, that's a lot of money.
I do quality work.
Uh, I'll see...
I'm just messing
with you, girl.
I don't expect you to come up
with that type of money.
You crazy?
Oh, okay.
Yeah, for sure,
'cause it's not always
about the monies.
You know what I'm saying?
I don't,
but I can figure out some
way to pay you later.
Nah, you can pay me right now.
Come on, Cat.
You know you like to party.
Okay! Get off me!
Ah, come on, Cat.
You're not leaving
before the money shot, are you?
That's right!
You better run, slut!
Hey, Mom.
Could you come pick me up?
I missed the bus,
and it's getting late.
How'd it go?
Is everything okay?
Yeah, everything's fine.
Okay, I'll be there soon.
Cat, you are typically
a really good student,
but I have to say I'm very concerned
with what is going on here.
I've had four girls
come to talk to me
about this scoreboard site
just this morning.
They say boys are writing
stories about them,
lying in the comments section.
They were very upset.
I'm upset, too.
I didn't post it.
I think it's gross.
It doesn't seem like
something you would do.
It's not me, I swear.
I didn't post it.
Somebody hacked
into my accounts.
Well, can you think of
who would want to do that?
I don't know.
Somebody jealous,
somebody trying
to ruin my life.
Like who?
I don't know.
Maybe Haylee?
Cyberbullying isn't
covered under state laws.
People are working on it,
but it's hard to define.
However, when we find out
who's behind this,
they will be expelled.
You believe me?
I don't know what to believe,
but this is not the Cat I know.
So don't worry.
We will get
to the bottom of this.
Thanks a lot, Cat.
What was that?
Okay, you and you,
in my office now.
I want to talk about these
stories that you wrote.
Who did that?
Who did that, Joan?
What are you all
laughing at, huh?
You think it's funny?
Huh?! You think
this is funny!
Get out of here!
Oh, Joan.
Hey, did you guys
see anything? Who did this?
It's not true.
I know it's not.
You said, but it's not true.
I would never say
anything bad about you.
I'm not adopted.
This is ridiculous!
Joan, get away from her.
Come on. Let's go home.
Daniel. Daniel.
Just go home.
What's going on?
Get out of the way.
Are you angry at me?
I defended you.
I just...
I just thought there was no way
you would ever
post those things.
I bet you were just laughing
at what an idiot I was, huh?
I don't know what
you're talking about!
If you want to hurt me,
then whatever.
But to tell Joan
after I trusted you?
I didn't tell Joan anything.
We're done!
Aw, poor baby.
You should have kept my
name out of your mouth.
You told Mrs. Langran
that I wrote that list?
Now she wants to get me
kicked out of school.
Why are you doing this to me?
I didn't do anything
to you, yet.
When my mom finds out,
she's gonna beat my ass,
so I'm gonna
beat your ass first!
Get her!
Come on!
That'll teach her.
Stop it, girls!
What are you doing?
Get off her! Now!
I'm talking to all of you!
Right now!
Your students have lost
your minds today.
It was Haylee.
Yes, I know.
She's going to be
dealt with for fighting.
She did the other stuff, too,
the list and the hacking.
Cat, I looked into it.
I don't think she did it.
Nobody believes me.
I want to believe you,
I really do,
but your story,
it's just not lining up.
Why are you helping me?
Well, jeez, Cat,
I'm mad at you,
but I don't hate you.
It's gonna be okay.
Oh, my God. Baby.
Oh, baby.
Hi, Mom.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my baby.
I came as soon as the
principal called me.
Here, come in. Here.
Just lay down here.
Oh, careful, honey.
Careful. Lie down.
Maybe... Maybe I could
come by later?
If you feel like you have to,
but maybe tomorrow
would be better.
I'm starting to think maybe she
didn't do all those things.
I'm her mother. I know.
We'll get you to the doctor.
Do you have trouble
sleeping at night?
Lately, yeah.
Yeah, she has a
history of anxiety.
Oh. That's...
No, that's not in her file.
Well, it wasn't diagnosed,
but she always had panic
attacks when she was a kid.
Does anxiety
run in your family?
Depression or...
Well, there was some trouble
when I had a pregnancy,
um, a miscarriage.
Um, but they said that
that was just hormonal.
Okay, I'm gonna prescribe something
for you, Cat, for the pain,
uh, just enough
for the next few days.
And I can prescribe
a mild antidepressant.
Do you think that's necessary?
Well, if anxiety is negatively
affecting her life, I...
I don't have anxiety.
Cat, please.
Have you had heart palpitations
or trouble breathing?
Do you feel like you've
had panic attacks?
I'm asking you, Cat.
Do you want to try
the antidepressants?
We'll get you started on a
low dose of Alprazolam.
Is it safe?
It'll take her body
a little while
to get adjusted
to the medication,
but after that, she'll be fine.
It'll be good.
This is gonna
help you, sweetie.
Good morning.
How are you feeling?
Pain meds.
Happy pill.
Go on, baby.
Good girl.
They make my throat dry.
I'll get you more juice.
Em's coming over.
I think she wants to make up.
Do you trust her?
She was nice to me yesterday.
Maybe she feels bad.
Just be careful.
Let me know
if you need anything.
All righty,
I'm out of here, Dad!
I got it!
I'm Herb, Herbert.
You are so beautiful.
You're even more beautiful
than your picture.
Excuse me?
Are... Are you here
to see my Dad?
I thought you said
we were gonna be alone.
That's no way to treat
your Honey Daddy!
Get the hell out of here!
He knew my name.
Hey! Hey, I want
to talk to you!
Honey Daddy.
I'm calling the police.
I wrote down his plate number.
Oh, my God.
Emily? They need
to talk to you!
Okay. Coming!
"I'm young and dumb
and ready to... "
"I'll do anything
you want for the price
of a Coach bag,
anything at all. "
That has my real name on
it, Cat, and my address!
This is crazy.
What's going on out here?
You gonna tell her?
Tell me what?
Somebody posted...
Your daughter is sick.
Thanks for setting me up with
Herbert the pervert, Cat.
I really appreciate it.
You still think I'm
doing this, don't you?
That's a picture that you took!
That's on your bed!
Yeah, but I've told you and told you!
It's a hacker!
I-I've never
heard of that.
I've never heard of somebody
being able to take pictures
off your phone unless you
sent them somewhere first.
Who's hacking you, Bill Gates?
You seem to know
an awful lot about it.
You're both insane.
Okay, go home.
You win, okay?
You're better than me,
so just leave me alone,
and keep me out of your
sick little games!
Shh, shh, shh.
It's okay, baby.
Here. Just take a breath.
Here. Sit down.
I feel like I'm losing my mind!
Sit down. It's okay, baby.
You're not losing your mind.
Cat, did you send that picture
of Emily to that website?
If you tell me, I believe you.
You're the only one.
Mom, can't you call
the police again?
Shh. Oh, honey.
I told you there's nothing
they can do about this.
You take another one of these.
Yes. You're having
an anxiety attack.
Take one, baby. I'm right
here for you, okay?
Shh. Shh.
What should I do?
I don't know.
Just concentrate
on school, and...
I don't know... finish
your AP English exam.
You only have
a few months to go.
I mean, after graduation,
these people won't matter.
You'll never have to see any of them
ever again if you don't want to.
What would I do without you?
Oh, honey,
let's never find out, okay?
How you holding up?
Not great.
Uh, how's... how's Joan?
Mom's been keeping her home
until things calm down.
Yeah, that makes sense.
I just...
You know, I don't get
at all this stuff with Cat.
I mean, what do you think?
I think she's twisted.
First this nasty site
pops up mysteriously
with a picture of me,
a picture that Cat took.
Somebody sent it to the
admissions office at Yale.
Are you serious?
Now they've revoked
my acceptance.
I mean, It's not
like there aren't
plenty of sluts at Yale
anyway, you know?
I'm really, really sorry.
Miss Hargroves.
In my office, please.
Let me guess.
Somebody sent you a link?
Your father's on his way.
She can't do that.
Come on, come on,
hand 'em over.
There are no term papers
good or bad,
but thinking makes it so.
Thank you.
Thank you.
No phones. Thank you.
Thank you.
Jess. Psst.
What did I just say
about the phones?
Oh, my God.
I'm gonna hit that.
Oh, my God.
I didn't know she was a slut.
What could be so fascinating?
Come on.
All right, I'll take that.
Hey, that's my phone!
Come on.
Hey, if Daniel's done with you,
I don't mind sloppy seconds.
I'm just saying.
Hey, were... No, seriously,
were those silk?
Hey, I was just... Oh,
I was just kidding.
All right, all right!
Knock it off right now!
Whoo, Cat!
All right, all right,
knock it...
Oh, my God.
You sent those pictures of me!
That's right.
Those were private!
So was what I said
to you about Joan.
So was the stuff you sent
to Yale about Emily, Cat!
What? You know what?
I don't even care anymore!
You can't just mess around
with peoples' lives
and expect to get away with it!
I don't get it. So you
sent those pictures of me
because of what you think
I did to your sister?
Okay, but that other stuff?
The scoreboard?
Hacking into my phone?
That stupid
HoneyDaddy site? Why?
What did I ever do to you?
I sent the pictures, yeah,
but... but don't
you dare try
and turn all that other stuff
you did around on me!
Just admit it!
You're the hacker!
Oh. Oh, you'd like
people to think that,
wouldn't you? Wouldn't you?
You bitch!
You know what?
I am so sick of this!
You know why you're so jealous?
Because I earned being class president.
I earned Brown!
I didn't have to beg
for those things like you.
Face it, Emily.
You're good, but I'm better,
and you can't deal with it.
I want to smash your face in.
Oh, so do it.
What in the world?
Cat! Emily!
Stop this right now!
Emily! Emily!
Stop this right now!
Watch me!
Emily, stop.
Right now.
Don't touch my daughter!
Back off!
Keep your hands off her!
That's assault!
She assaulted
my daughter first!
Hey, Cat started it.
You be quiet!
Whoa! Whoa!
Put that phone away,
or I'll take it from you!
Get back!
Stay away from me!
I'm calling the police.
No, it was me. I...
I started it.
What are you gonna do about it?
I'm already suspended,
so you guys don't have
to deal with me anymore.
That's the second fight Cat's had
on school property this week.
So why isn't she suspended?
Mr. Hargroves, I'll handle this.
'Cause you're doing a real
bang-up job up till now!
Give me that phone.
Hey, no way. No way!
This is for Emily
if she decides to
change her mind.
Take that phone from him.
You gonna let him
post that online
just like he did all those
dirty pictures of...
Daniel, go home.
Take his phone!
Mrs. Hardy, please!
My daughter is being bullied,
and I don't see the school
doing a thing about it.
Okay, we'll schedule a
meeting as soon as possible.
You're damn right we will.
Come on, baby.
Can't find my phone.
It's not in your bag?
No. I think I dropped it
during the fight.
We'll call the office and
see if anyone turned it in.
I think someone picked it up.
That's all I need, more
people looking at my stuff.
Honey, where did those...
underwear pictures come from?
I took them.
I thought Danny was special.
I thought he'd keep them
to himself.
What you kids just
don't understand
is that these things
that you put up online
and these pictures that you
post or send or whatever you do
is they... they
stick around forever.
They have a life. They...
Even if you erase them,
people, creepy people, can pass
them on and on, and they...
Okay, I don't need
a lecture right now!
I learned my lesson. I'll
never trust anyone again!
I didn't know you
had a miscarriage.
That was a long time ago, baby.
Do you want to talk about it?
Maybe I won't go to Brown.
Maybe I'll just stay at home like
you said, go to community college.
It's up to you, sweetheart.
Just for a while.
She can't sleep.
She's been on antidepressants.
I mean, this has
just gone on too far.
Daniel has admitted
to sending those photos,
and we have
suspended him accordingly.
Well, that's not good enough!
Well, we have no proof
that he's done anything else.
My daughter is 17 years old!
She is a minor!
What he's done is basically
distributed child pornography.
I want him expelled permanently,
and I'm gonna call
the authorities.
No, Mom, don't.
I just want to forget
this ever happened.
Honey, we cannot let him
victimize you like that.
That fight,
he's probably posting
that online right now.
Yes, go ahead, and send both
of them in, please. Thank you.
We have another problem.
What now?
Mr. Perryman, Ms. Langran,
you know Cat's mother...
Hello, Cat.
Mrs. Hardy.
Mr. Perryman, go ahead.
Mrs. Langran has a program that we run
all of the students' papers through.
It checks the written story
to Internet archives.
It's the first thing I do when a
student turns in an assignment.
I hate to accuse you, Cat.
You're an excellent student.
Your AP final,
the program found
a match for plagiarism.
This isn't my paper.
That's what you turned in.
I didn't write this.
That is the paper
you handed to me yesterday.
I give up.
This is serious, young lady.
We take charges of plagiarism
very seriously.
This, you take seriously?
I'm afraid I'm going
to have to fail you, Cat,
and you won't be able to
continue in the AP classes.
But the school year's
almost over.
Those classes will be
removed from your record,
and you probably will not
graduate this spring.
This is insanity.
She's going to Brown!
Cat, this is
so out of character for you.
You don't seem okay.
She's not okay.
She is being punished
for absolutely no reason.
Come on, Cat.
Is anything going on
that I should know about?
Maybe you should look
into how those essays
ended up on your computer
program, Ms. Langran.
What are you insinuating?
I don't know
what your problem is,
but you've been doing
everything you can
to make sure
that my daughter fails.
Well, I am sorry
you feel that way.
We are suing you. We are
suing this district.
We are suing those bullies!
Mrs. Hardy, considering
everything that's happened,
you might decide
that homeschooling
is more appropriate
for your daughter.
It'd be a hell of a
lot better than this zoo.
And you can wipe that phony
look of concern off your face!
It's okay, sweetie. I'm gonna
fight this thing all the way.
Don't you get it?
I don't want to fight anymore.
They actually suggested
you homeschool.
Sounds good to me.
You know what?
I am so sick of this!
I earned being president!
I didn't have to beg
for those things like you did.
You're good, but I'm better,
and you can't deal with it.
I want to smash your face in.
So do it.
Oh, you okay, baby?
You have a nightmare?
Bad dream?
Oh, I just keep thinking
about that fight with Emily
and how Daniel
has it on his phone
and how I can't find my phone
and how I'm just gonna
go online any minute
and see this title like "Real Cat
Fight," and I'm just so sick of it.
Calm down, baby.
Calm down.
Here. Take one of these.
It's not time yet.
It'll relax you.
Come on.
It'll make you feel better.
I have to talk to Daniel.
What? No.
No good can come from that.
Just stay away
from those people.
Come on. Let's get you
back to sleep.
Why did you send everyone
those pictures of Cat?
What do you care?
I thought you hated her guts.
I do.
We've been friends
a really long time, okay?
It's hard to just stop
caring about her.
Do you still have
that video of us fighting?
Well, can you erase it?
Because the last thing I need
is for more embarrassing
crap to get out there.
Maybe I'll erase it.
Maybe I won't.
I don't know yet.
Are you the one
doing all this stuff?
W-Wait. Are you serious?
You know what?
I-I've figured you out.
You're totally
obsessed with Cat.
That's what it is.
That's what it's got to be.
Taking all the same classes.
Making the same plans.
You guys even go to
the restroom together.
Yeah. We're girls.
That's, like, what we do!
I'm not the one
who took her vulnerable,
trusting first attempts
at sexuality
and just tossed them all out
there for the world to see!
You know, whatever.
Are we done here?
You and I, yeah, we're done.
You know what? I think we're
all pretty much done.
Yeah, yeah.
Well, peace, out!
I know. Shut up.
This sucks.
Dad, I got into Brown!
They just...
They said they were
moved by my appeal,
and they're... they're
letting me in!
What time is it?
You scared the life out of me.
I wish you wouldn't
sneak up on me like that.
How long was I asleep?
A while.
You probably needed it.
Your body needs to recover
from all that stress.
Ehh. I don't like
this medication.
It makes me sleepy.
Well, the doctor said
that you'd need time
to adjust to it, so...
Is the sun coming up
or going down?
It's evening, honey.
It's almost time for dinner.
Are you hungry?
Oh, Kitty Cat, why don't
you look at that after?
It's from Brown.
Well, maybe after you've
woken up or eaten something.
Let's see.
"We are sorry
to inform you, d...
"due to the extenuating
we have revoked your
acceptance to Brown/RISD."
Oh, baby, I'm so sorry.
I know how hard you've worked.
You could still apply
to community college
and live here and be
near your friends.
I don't have any friends.
I could still look after you.
What are we having for dinner?
Pot roast and spinach salad.
I want mac and cheese.
Oh, baby, I think we're out,
but I can make it from scratch.
Mm, I like it from a box.
I'll run to the store
and get some.
No, you don't have to do that.
Baby, I love looking after you.
Anything else
you want me to get?
Did you call the school
about my cellphone?
Nobody's turned it in.
Oh. I want
to go look for it.
We did that already, honey.
I talked to the office,
and they said
nobody's turned it in.
Well, I want to go look again,
because somebody
took it, so...
Don't get so upset.
It's probably just
in the house somewhere.
I'm sure I can find it.
Maybe I'll go back to sleep.
I think that's a good idea.
I'm gonna run to the store,
and I'll wake you up
when it's time for dinner.
There's nothing like
a warm mac and cheese
to make all your troubles
fly away, hmm?
HoneyDaddies. This is Miles.
How can I help you?
I'm calling again
about an account
on your pervy website.
I'm trying to delete it.
Please hold.
No, Daniel.
"Due to the extenuating
we've revoked
your acceptance. "
It's okay, sweetie.
I'm gonna fight this thing all the way.
No, it was me.
I... I started it.
I feel like I'm losing my mind!
No, Daniel.
I understand you want
to remove an account?
I-I'll call you back.
Pick up. Pick...
Thanks for calling,
and have a fantastic day.
Cat, it's me. Please
call me back right away.
I... I think I know
who the hacker is.
Hi. You've reached
Cat's voice mail.
When you hear the beep,
please leave a message.
Thanks for calling,
and have a fantastic day.
No wonder everyone
hates me. I hate me.
Whoa! What the...
Hey! Hey!
You stay away from my daughter!
You stay away from her!
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God!
I wish you wouldn't...
Honey, I thought you were
gonna go lay back down.
I saw your computer.
I saw my BuddyMe page.
I saw everything...
all the videos and letters.
What were you doing in my room?
What were you doing
in my room?!
What is this?!
You were spying on me.
Because I was
worried about you!
And I was right.
You were sneaking boys
into your room,
and you were...
you were drinking.
You were sending nasty
pictures of yourself.
You hacked into my computer!
You... You posted
those disgusting things!
You changed
my AP English final!
You lied to my principal!
You ruined my life.
You're getting hysterical.
I'm calling
Dr. Greenburg.
Oh, Kitty Cat.
Stop calling me that!
What is wrong with you?
I'm protecting you.
It's what I do.
It's my job.
You need help.
I'm leaving.
I'm packing my things.
You can't do that.
You can't do that!
I can't stay here
another second with you!
If you leave, I'll kill myself.
I'll take every one
of your pills.
Oh, stop trying
to manipulate me.
Without you,
I don't want to live.
I don't want to live.
I was an only child
just like you,
and I... I know what
it's like, and it's lonely,
and I tried to give you
a baby brother or a sister,
but I kept losing them,
my poor, beautiful babies.
Then the doctor said that it was
too dangerous to try anymore,
and that's when
your father left.
Oh, Mom...
But I'm so proud of you.
I'm so proud and so happy
that you have so many friends
and you're so popular
and you're into projects and on
teams and you run for office,
and you're just...
You're so amazing,
and that's why I wanted...
I wanted you to feel like
you were part of something.
Then why did you ruin it?
Because I just
can't lose another baby.
You've hurt people, Mom,
people who I care about!
They don't care about you!
Mom, this is my life!
Stay out of it!
Emily doesn't even care
about your four-year plan!
Stay out of my life!
Baby, don't. Don't!
Oh, my God!
Leave us alone!
Stop it! No!
Just leave us alone.
Get off!
Stop it!
Can't take my daughter!
You can't have my daughter!
What's your emergency?
It's my mother!
She's attacking my best friend!
Please hurry!
Let go!
Let go!
Let go!
Let go!
Let go! Get off!
Look at yourself!
Look at what you're doing!
Look at what you're doing!
Em! Em!
Breathe. You okay?
Hey, Hey!
That's enough.
That's enough.
Ma'am, that's enough.
Calm down.
Calm down.
Oh, Cat!
That's enough.
Cat! Cat!
Calm down, ma'am.
My baby. My baby.
Better get off that thing.
We don't want to be late for class,
especially after the way Professor
Claude chewed us out last time.
Okay, I'm almost done.
Hmm, Daniel sent you
another one.
So romantic how he
sends you real mail.
Jeez, aren't you
ever gonna forgive him?
I know what he did
was messed up,
but he had...
did have a lot going on
with that whole
birth-mom situation.
I do forgive him.
I can't forget.
Well, plainly that
was a bonehead move.
However, you did look very
hot in those pictures.
At least I'll have something
to show my future grandchildren.
Oh. It's my mom.
I'm out.
She feels really bad.
She asks about you
all the time.
Cool, but I can't forget
either, so see you in class.
Hi, Mom.
Hi, baby. How are you?
Good. Really busy.
How are you doing?
I love it.
How are you feeling?
I'm good.
Still getting used
to being in here.
Don't think I ever will.
I've been doing some painting.
Are they still trying
to adjust your medication?
I feel like a lab rat.
This last combination,
I've been on for, like, a week now.
They say it could still take some time
to get it right.
It seems like it's working.
Haven't tried to kill
anyone lately.
You can't blame yourself
for a chemical imbalance.
I know. That's what
my therapist says.
Now you're sounding like her.
Mom, be patient.
Uh, I've gotta go.
Um, you're making progress.
I can tell.
Don't get discouraged.
I love you, baby.