All American (2018) s04e07 Episode Script

Prom Night

1 What is this? I think it's pretty obvious.
Translation will you be my date to prom? Didn't we already coordinate our outfits? Just answer the question.
I would but I can't hear myself speak.
Hell yeah, girl.
Wait, I already asked you to prom.
I mean, I ain't do it like this.
Well, no, you asked me to South Crenshaw's prom, not Beverly's.
And women can make big gestures, too.
You ain't got no arguments here.
And for real, I can't wait.
This prom's gonna be all about us.
- No distractions.
- Mm-mm.
No hero moments, either.
I cannot wait for prom to be done with.
My mom won't shut up about who I'm taking.
Who are you taking? - No one.
- Bro, 5 girls slid into my DMs asking me to prom.
You can have one of them.
Did they really slide in your DMs or did you slide into their DMs? Dude, seriously? What's your problem? Prom is washed out, JJ.
Hey, he's just bitter because Simone bailed.
OK, well, I'm dateless for my senior prom.
Are we really just gonna be miserable on what's supposed to be one of the greatest nights of our lives? Yes.
- Hey, hey! - Aah! This dude really leaned into the theme.
Hey, I'll say yes if she doesn't.
Look at the detail of this.
The tentacles! Oh, my God, give me a claw.
Listen up, listen up.
Yo! Y'all got until graduation to deliver your senior send-off gift, you hear me? Aight, so, think big.
We want an iconic memory.
And it better not be no lame old hats like two years ago, either, 'cause them was wack.
He's right.
The senior gift a very important tradition at South Crenshaw.
One I can still remember from my time.
Most schools, they just give their guys a team photo, - call it a day.
- Don't worry.
We already got something in the works.
- Ain't that right, fellas? - Yes, sir.
This is gonna be one for the history books.
I like the sound of that.
I know exactly what you're doin' What'd I miss? Have a seat, Grace James.
Whole names.
- Down on one knee? - Yeah, no, I I see how this looks now.
Would you be my date to prom? Yes.
I would love to.
Come here.
And for the record, when I do throw that vibe, you'll know.
I mean, I assumed that you were good but not American Grand Prix level.
I wish.
I bombed my Grand Prix audition last year.
How are your feet not killing you right now? I've been taking ballet since I was 3.
But I intentionally didn't really go all out since I've got this barre masterclass in 10 minutes.
Michaela Deprince is teaching.
Well, that's great for Michaela, but we have - that NA meeting in View Park.
- My bad.
My days are running together with the showcase coming up.
That's been happening a lot this past month.
I'll put our next meeting in my calendar and I'll set an alarm.
But, uh, can you still sign my court order? My parents are no joke about me staying on track.
- That's why meetings are so important.
- I gotta go.
It's Michaela.
She's completely oblivious to her sobriety.
It's like the more I try to be there for her, the more excuses that she comes up with.
And don't worry, OK? I'm gonna keep our no-hero pact tomorrow night.
This is bigger than our pact.
Jenn's important to you.
Sponsoring's just been - Really hard.
- So, what's your game plan? I mean, that's the thing.
Like, nothing's worked.
I mean, not even me showing up to physically take her to the meeting.
I can't want her sobriety more than she does.
Well, you said honesty worked for you before, so, why not lead with that, right? I got it.
- Dude, what's with the outfit? - Bruh.
I was in the middle of my fitting when I got a 911 text.
- 911? Who died? - My dreams.
Apparently, the fire sprinklers went off tonight at Beverly.
For, like, hours.
Our gym is flooded.
Our prom is cancelled.
It's literally under the sea.
I got a corsage.
I even got a little somethin' somethin' for the after party plans.
I never woulda thought that prom woulda got you so hyped, like, ever.
You think people gonna think it's weird that I'm at prom even though I don't go to South Crenshaw no more? Coop, you are South Crenshaw.
Everybody knows that.
GED or not.
- I know, but I I just - You just don't get it.
Help me out and maybe I can.
What don't you get? I'm having an OMG themed Princess tea party tonight and all my dad bought are pretzels and some crusty-looking orange juice from the liquor store.
- Ha ha! - What? That stuff smacks.
Yeah, back when we were little.
Look, kids these days, man, they need that top-shelf orange juice, OK? No pulp.
Auntie Coop, will you help me fix my party? Yeah.
I got you.
Oh, wait, we was supposed to go to the nail salon, but I mean, mine still look fresh, so, if it's cool with you and it's cool with her Hmm.
I mean, this party sounds like it does need some serious help, but, yeah, it's cool.
You can go ahead.
I gotta set up for prom anyway.
And don't be late, so we can get ready together.
You mean don't be late to watch you do your makeup.
Girl, just don't forget.
I won't.
But you.
I got you.
Can I get you anything else? Uh, no.
I'm I'm good, thanks.
Unless you have a prom date on the menu.
Ah, we just stopped serving that.
- Low inventory.
- Ah.
So, ahh, you figure out your prom date sitch yet? Prom is cancelled, JJ.
Actually, I don't know, man.
My mom was talking to Principal London today and they're working on something.
They're goin' all out.
So, get this.
One of the girls that slid into my DMs is perfect for you.
Her name's Roxy.
She's hot.
And a gymnast.
I'm good, bro.
Guys, prom's a rite of passage.
Do you really want to look back in 10 years and wonder why you don't have any crazy stories to tell your kids? Oh, I gotta take this.
It's Simone.
It sounds like you need some crazy stories, JJ.
Look, I have a date, all right? We just don't have a prom, so.
You've been holdin' out on me? Who's the lucky girl? - Uh, it's - Me.
And don't worry.
I'll give him plenty of crazy stories to remember.
- Nice to meet you, Jaymee.
- Me too.
Nice work, bro.
- Yo, definitely better than Roxy.
- One sec.
Oh, my gosh.
- Hey.
- Hey.
You are a lifesaver.
Thank you.
Yeah, don't mention it, except when you're leaving my tip.
Do you rescue your customers often or was I especially pathetic? I step in where I'm needed.
Just this week, I helped someone overcome their fear of heights.
- How'd you do that? - By pushing him out of a plane.
But we're not doing that, and I can't actually go to prom with you.
- Why not? - Little thing called work.
And don't feel like you have to go to prom just because everyone says that you do.
Just do what's gonna make you happy.
After all, tomorrow isn't guaranteed.
Slow down there, Speedy Gonzales.
- You nearly ran me over.
- My bad, bro.
I'm in a hurry.
- What, you got a test or something? - Nah.
Me and Principal Carter.
Beverly's prom got cancelled, so, I'm gonna ask if they can crash ours.
Bruh, he ain't the one you gotta convince.
- What you mean? - Chris.
He got this whole prom planned down to the last balloon.
That man is like Promzilla in Yeezys, for real.
Adding all those extra bodies is gonna be a logistical nightmare.
He's got a good point.
Besides, we can't afford to host them.
I already talked to Slauson Café, and they're willing to sponsor our catering for the difference in people.
Bruh, we got tasteful hors d'œuvres to go along with our "starry night" theme and you trying to pair that with those bootleg Spencer James sandwiches? Look, this is Liv and Jordan's prom we're talking about.
Coach Baker's kids.
Our friends.
- Well, technically, those your people.
- Oh, it's like that? It'd be a shame for anyone to walk away from high school without one of their most important memories.
I know what that feels like, so If Slauson's down to help, I don't see what the problem is.
Ah, come on, Chris.
- I know you can pull this together.
- Yeah, you damn straight I can.
So - They can share our prom.
- Yes! I appreciate you, dawg.
Yeah, OK, but they helping us set up.
Ain't nothing for free.
Oh, would you look at that.
Compromise and capitalism.
Nothing I love more.
'Sup, man? - 'Sup? - We got tiaras for the queens.
Auntie Coop even took me to this cool store where we got these cute teacups - with a matching pot and tablecloth.
- These girls 'bout to be set.
Look, I'm not gonna lie.
I wouldn't have thought of any of this.
This is solid, Coop.
- Thanks.
- No problem.
- I would love to stay and hang with y'all - but I am late meeting Patience.
Auntie Coop, can we all get ready together? That would be so fun.
Please? They gotta get ready for their big night, Amina.
We don't want to be cramping their style.
I don't know.
Maybe Patience would be down with getting ready at your place.
Then we all become princesses together.
Princesses together! Seriously, we owe you guys for letting us crash your prom.
I know this must be a pain in the ass.
Girl, not for me, but Chris, on the other hand, he's - Cute.
- Spill.
What's up? - Spill what? - Just the hot guy who's been staring at you.
He's just a producer friend who's managing the DJ we booked.
Um, I don't know.
He looks like more than friend material.
It's all business.
And that's a damn shame because he is fine.
He's coming, he's coming, he's coming.
- Hey.
- Hi.
So, any last-minute song requests you want the DJ to play? - Um - No, Layla, actually, she was asking about you know that song called "More Than Friends" by En Vogue? We're gonna excuse us.
She loves that one.
Everything good? Yeah.
Uh, just wasting my time, apparently.
Thank you for getting the DJ on board last minute.
I owe you one.
Yeah, you do.
How about you pay me back with a Kim Nitty collab with my rapper Shock Li? I was thinking more along the lines of free studio time.
Only if you come with it.
Professionally speaking, of course.
Come on, we're both the hottest producers - in the game right now.
- I work alone but I'll see ya around.
Somebody's getting ready for prom.
Hey, G.
What what's this? They were a gift from my grandfather.
I loaned them to your dad for his prom, which is why I take full credit for how sharp he looked.
- Oh, is that so? - Mm-hmm.
- Let's see it.
- You don't need that.
No, no, no, no, no, no.
Let's see this.
Oh, Dad.
Did you show up with a top hat and a pimp cane, too? I didn't need all that.
Them ladies were already staring at me.
- Tell 'em, Pop.
- Ah not gonna lie.
Most of that night was a blur with your mother's health problems and all.
- Sorry.
- That's all right.
It's all right.
Um Pop, how would you feel about chaperoning at the prom? We could use the help with all the extra kids coming from Beverly, right? - Are you serious? - Yeah, man.
You could make some new memories.
Plus, we could let them know how the Baker boys be tearin' up that dance floor, right? Shoot.
It's been a minute since I busted a move, you know.
I mean Is this OK with you? - I mean, I know it's your special night.
- What? Well, with Simone gone, you're the next best thing, G.
Let's get it.
Come on Hey, it's coming back.
It's coming back.
Come here.
Hey, maybe we should just stay here tonight.
What? And waste this perfectly heavy dress? Oh, I can think of a few things to do with that dress.
Ain't you supposed to make some grand entrance - down the stairs or something? - Uh, no, 'cause those are old traditions.
What about this old tradition? I guess we can make an exception.
There is one thing that I need to take care of first.
I promise it'll be quick.
OK? And then after that, no more distractions.
You might want to change out of that dress, girl.
Come on.
Thanks for letting Auntie Coop help me today.
Someone had to save the tea party from social devastation.
I know a lot about that.
Trust me.
My dad tries to help, but it's just not the same.
Amina seems to be doing a lot better.
Yeah, the questions about Mo's death have stopped.
The smiles have gotten bigger.
I just want her to have a chance at being a kid again.
I used to help my mom get ready whenever she had a big meeting or trial.
Must be pretty hard without her, huh? I miss her a lot.
I know she wasn't perfect, but she was my mom.
Yeah, well, no one's really perfect.
But we love the people we love anyway.
Like Auntie Coop.
Now, when she loves you, nothing else matters.
And she will literally do anything in the world for the ones that she loves.
That's why Auntie Coop's my best friend.
Well, that's why you are a real-life princess.
Ready? She's a good kid, Preach.
I think she'll be just fine.
What's that on your face? It's fine.
A little overdressed just to see me practice.
I need to be honest with you, OK? I refuse to fight for someone who doesn't want to fight for themselves.
OK? I've been you.
I've made the excuses for missing meetings.
You know our relationship will always be a safe space for you, but until you're willing to admit that you have a problem, I can't help you.
Ah, yeah-yeah-yeah Oh.
All right.
Uh Here, honey.
Let me help you with that.
- Thanks.
- Doing OK? Yeah.
Um, it's prom.
You know.
Talked about this day since I was a kid and - now it's here.
- And your mom's not.
I'll be fine.
I promise.
You know how proud your mother would be of you, Layla, don't you? You are everything a woman would want her daughter to be.
That means a lot.
Thank you.
You look so pretty.
Thank you.
You're just missing one thing.
- Oh.
- May I? - Um Wow.
- Simone made me promise that it would not go to waste, so - It's gorgeous.
- Mm-hmm.
- I am sorry Simone's not here.
- Yeah.
Me, too.
You know, it's fine.
I've got all you guys.
- Jordan.
- Um, excuse me.
Hey, Ms.
What's up? Um, I just need to Whoa, whoa, hey, what are you doing? This took me forever to get right.
Have Granddad go fix your tie.
- Why? - Trust me.
Do it.
He'll love it.
Hey, G.
, um What? What is wrong with your damn bow tie? - Yeah, it's a little messy.
- You know, tying a bow tie is a lot like loving a woman.
- Oh, no, you don't - There's ins and outs.
Grandpa, there's some things you can't unhear.
- Ups and downs.
- Or unsee.
But at the end of the day, it always comes together.
Remember that and you'll never go a day out of style or out of love.
- Thanks, G.
- All right, fellas, you ready? - Yeah.
- Smile.
- Say cheese.
- Cheese.
Baker cheese.
Man, you ready to turn up at the dopest prom you'll ever go to? - I take it you're excited.
- Yeah.
Where's your better half? She had to get to prom early to help out.
Real talk, man, prom is the only senior activity that I've always been hyped about.
Plus, it's lonely when everyone's still in school.
I can't wait to graduate.
Be done with high school forever.
Well, if I learned anything, it's that tomorrow is not guaranteed.
Might as well enjoy what's in front of you.
Gather round.
Ah, to tonight and tomorrow And whatever life has in store for us.
- Hear, hear.
- Whoo! Uh, what do you guys say we grab a group pic? - Yes.
- In front of the in front of the band? Where are Spencer and Olivia? They're gonna miss it.
Olivia, right there.
Body-ody-ody-ody Ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody- ody-ody-ody-ody-ody, mwah Body-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody- ody-ody Ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody Body curvy, wavy, big, yeah, lil' waist Body crazy, curvy, wavy, big, lil' waist Body-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody Ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody Look at how I bodied that, ate it up and gave it back Not many women could keep up with my Mary on the dance floor.
Are you calling me one of those women, Mr.
Baker? Ahh.
Well, I suppose I am.
What is it with these Baker men? Guaranteed great time.
- Ha! I know that's right.
Ha! - Yeah.
Body-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody, bah Body crazy, curvy, wavy, big, yeah Little waist, body crazy, curvy, wavy, big, little waist Bye.
Asher, what are you doing here? Aren't you late for prom? I would rather hang out with you.
- Why? - I've been reminded more than once that tomorrow isn't guaranteed.
So, uh, I could either spend my night alone at prom wondering who you are or I could spend it with you figuring it out.
I don't do second dates.
Then I guess tonight is all we have.
Have a seat.
I'll be right back.
I think they mad 'cause we Don't worry.
"More Than Friends" is coming up.
For the record, I did not request that.
But seriously, your DJ's killing it.
You really came through.
Hey, anyone who's family with JP Keating is family with me.
But you know your dad's not really what brought me here, right? Mm.
The collaboration.
Have you given any more thought to it? - My answer's still no.
- Why? Because I like to do things my way and I don't owe you any more of an explanation than that.
What if our ways align? Can't blame me for shooting my shot.
Not every shot's made.
Have a good night, Clay.
Well we're really here.
Nowhere else I'd rather be.
Except alone in your house with you.
I'm serious.
I mean, we made it.
No hero moments or savior complexes or distractions that don't involve just the two of us.
OK, fine, we had one pit stop.
But I'm still really proud of us.
I'm proud of you.
Standing up to Jenn took courage.
Maybe there's hope.
And if not, then, you know, I did everything I could to help.
- What? - Nothing.
- Just remembering when we first met.
- Chromosomal DNA.
I had no idea I'd end up loving you this much.
I did.
You were always it for me, Spencer.
Are you saying it was love at first sight? It was.
Thank you for being patient with me.
You were so worth the wait.
Jordan, hey.
What are you doing out here? Hey.
Simone called.
She won both matches.
That's great.
Uh, so, now you're out here by yourself, missing all the action inside? Am I really missing all the action, though? I don't know.
Plus, these stairs are, - they're pretty comfy.
- Mm.
Um, are you sure you're cool out here by yourself? You're gonna bail, aren't you? Yeah, I was thinking about it.
Uh, well, in case you do, you should at least be able to say you danced at your prom.
Are you asking me to dance? Don't make me regret it.
Come on.
All right.
So, I I saw you with that producer guy earlier.
What's up with him? He leans a little.
What do you mean "leans"? He leans into you.
A personal space thing.
Well, he's harmless.
He just wants to work together.
That lean has nothing to do with work.
Look, whatever.
It doesn't matter.
I shut him down.
I work solo.
Because you want to or because you're scared? Um I don't know.
I barely know him.
Definitely don't trust him.
I just missed so much with Carrie.
How do I know that's not gonna happen again? I mean, when Carrie came into your life, you were vulnerable, right? Things are things are different now.
You know who you are and you're stronger.
Nothing is gonna get in your way again.
And, um Now you don't have to go all in on every relationship.
You can take your time while working with someone.
Um I think you're leaning.
Ha! See? I don't lean.
Um, I should probably go back inside.
Ah, yeah, um, I'm right behind you.
So, not bailing.
Not just yet.
- Hey hey, Layla.
- Hmm? - Thank you for the dance.
- We are family I got all my sisters and me We are family Get up, everybody, and sing We are family I got all my sisters and me We are family Get up, everybody, and sing Everyone can see we're together As we walk on by (And) And we fly just like birds of a feather I won't tell no lie (All) All of the people around us they say Can they be that close Just let me state for the record We're giving love in a family dose We are family I got all my sisters and me We are family Get up, everybody, and sing We are family I got all my sisters and me We are family Get up, everybody, and sing Living life is fun and we've just begun To get our share of this world's delights (High) High hopes we have for the future And our goal's in sight No, we don't get depressed Here's what we call our golden rule Have faith in you and the things you do You won't go wrong, oh no This is our family jewel We are family I got all my sisters and me We are family Get up, everybody, and sing We are family I got all my sisters and me We are family Proof that prom can be about who you're with and not where you are.
What's with the lights? They're my little after-hours perk.
And a little Sade and these tables are clean in no time.
What you did for me earlier, that stuff about jumping out of a plane, secret after-hours sanctuary, it seems like you do what you want and live in the moment.
Yeah, well, I learned the hard way not to take life too seriously.
Even when life keeps reminding me just how serious it can be.
I recently got that reminder, too.
No wonder you ditched prom to hang with a stranger.
Let me guess.
You're a reformed control freak who's had his life planned out from the minute he could Hold a baseball.
- Football.
- OK.
Um Um I'm I'm impressed.
How did you how did you know? I used to be you.
Well, the swim version of you.
What happened? Life reminded me how serious it can be.
All right.
I hope y'all ready to have y'all night made.
This better be good.
And it better be quick.
Yeah, man.
I put a lot of work into prom.
Just make sure you remember how epic this gift is when you tell generations about us.
Damn, y'all really coulda just got us some hats.
Yeah, socks woulda been cool, too.
We may have been robbed of the title, but now the trophy's right here at home, where it belongs.
We are the champs.
We are the champs.
- We are the champs.
- Enough! Is this what you thought we meant by find a way to honour us? Every decision y'all make reflects this entire team.
Is this really how you want to lead next year's juniors? By pulling dumbass pranks that could land y'all in jail? Look at me when I'm talking to you.
That is Beverly Hills, fool.
They not gonna take their school being broken into lightly.
We better than this.
You right.
At this point, there's really nothing left to say but, for real, we weren't gonna try to keep the trophy.
- Don't trip.
We'll take it back.
- We're a team.
We gonna take it back together.
Right now, before anybody realizes it's missing.
And now it is my honour to announce this year's prom court.
Where is Spencer? Is he seriously about to miss himself being named prom king? Your prom queen and prom queen: Patience Robinson and Tamia Cooper.
Congratulations to you as well.
Uh thank you.
Uh, I don't really know what to say.
I guess I'm kinda shocked.
High school was never my dream, but the friends that I've made here definitely are.
So, thank you.
I guess I can say at the end of the day, a true queen can reign from anywhere, so, whoo! Yes.
OK, let's take a picture, OK? If I ask you to dance, does that mean we need to go to the roof? Living in the moment doesn't always mean living on the edge.
That's good to know, 'cause heights are really not my thing.
So, I have to push you out of a plane, too? - Hard pass.
- Oh, OK.
- Hard pass.
- OK.
Excuse me.
Everything good? Yeah, just, um Pretty great friend.
At prom.
At prom.
Well, this restaurant isn't the only place that we can dance.
That's true.
But if we leave here and drive somewhere else, won't that technically make it a second date? I guess it would.
Give me 7 minutes to shut this place down.
- Time for me to call it a night.
- Aww! - One of the best of my life.
- Ha ha! You've got some serious dance moves, Willie.
I didn't know if my hips would hold out.
That Denise is a firecracker.
- She reminds me a lot of my Mary.
- Yeah.
Seems like every inch of this place reminds me of Mom.
She'd be proud of you.
Of the life you've both created for Olivia and Jordan.
Proud of you myself.
Both of you.
- Thank you, Willie.
- Heh heh! Love you, Pop.
I love you, too, son.
How many pictures has Preach sent of the girls? Yeah.
Ha! Look.
They're pretty dope, right? It's no surprise Amina calls you her best friend.
Oh, cute.
- Did she? - Mm-hmm.
Yeah, she's my best friend, too.
- After you.
And Spence, of course.
- Yeah.
Well no one can replace a mother, but if it's anyone gonna be there for that little girl, it's you.
Be careful.
Hold up.
Tell me y'all didn't break that when you stole this trophy.
We knocked it on accident, but we got outta here right away.
- No one saw us.
- Maybe not, but the alarm triggered the sprinklers that flooded the gym.
Y'all the reason Beverly's prom got cancelled.
Come on.
Back in under an hour, just like I promised.
You're not mad at me, right? Perfect timing.
My, uh, backup date just left.
- Damn, it's like that? - Hey, you're the one who left on some mysterious, non-hero moment and then informed me via text after the fact.
More like an unexpected hero moment.
Who could've possibly needed Spencer James tonight? Just some dumbasses who've hopefully learned their lessons.
I don't want to know, do I? No.
I'm just glad it's over with.
Listen, can we please, please, officially retire from saving the world for the rest of the night? Deal.
Actually Give me 5 minutes before officially retiring.
Jenn? Are you OK? Hey.
I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to ruin your night.
Are you high right now? I'm coming down.
I just I've been under so much pressure with with dance and then I thought I could keep it under control.
But we can't.
My heart was racing so fast and I didn't I didn't know what was happening to me.
I It's OK.
Come here.
- I was really scared, Liv.
- Come here.
You're gonna be OK.
I'm here.
OK? I need help.
I want to be sober.
I promise I do.
I just I've been so scared of what that looks like.
But what happened tonight scared me even more.
It should.
But you know what? I am gonna let you in on a little secret.
You just conquered the scariest part of all of this admitting that you need help and then reaching out to me for it.
That took strength that even I didn't have.
Come on.
Let's get you home, OK? Hey.
Is everything OK? Um, yeah.
Uh, I'm sorry.
Can we give Jenn a ride home? - Of course.
- Spencer.
Can I have a word? Actually, we were just heading out.
No, it's OK.
Go ahead.
We'll wait in the car.
You left without saying good-bye.
Uh, yeah.
I I gotta finish this track mix for a meeting tomorrow.
So, there's no chance of me talking you into getting some Roscoe's? - It's my treat.
- Thanks.
I can't.
I really gotta finish this.
You sure that you're all good here alone? Yeah.
I'm good.
Besides, I'm not alone.
- You're not? - Oh, hey, man.
Oh, my bad.
I would've got you some food, too, - if I'd known you were here.
- Ah, it's all good.
It's all good.
Um, I'm actually just on the way out.
Thank you.
- Um, good luck with the track, Layla.
- Thanks.
- Let's do this.
- Yeah.
Apparently, when Beverly had the flood, uh, the championship trophy was also stolen.
And our Wi-Fi server detected your phone there tonight right around the same time the trophy magically reappeared.
Care to explain how you fit into this? And who else was with you? I was just trying to do something fun for the team.
It was a senior year prank.
I'm sorry.
You and the team, right? Um no, it was just me.
Look, the sprinklers going off was a complete accident, but I take full responsibility for all of it.
Spencer, we all know that you had nothing to do with stealing that trophy.
Putting it back, maybe, but you can tell the truth, son.
Before you say anything, you should know the school has zero tolerance for breaking and entering.
- I was alone.
- Spencer.
Are you really willing to give up everything for your team? You understand this means expulsion.
You guys get home safe.
Did we do that or what, baby girl? Mm! Now, how do I get this mess off my face? Time, Dad.
Ha! Just time.
Your auntie Coop loved all the pictures I sent to her.
She said that you looked like you were ready to reign your own kingdom.
Patience said Auntie Coop will do anything for the people she loves.
That's true.
Your Auntie Coop loves you very much.
- That's why I don't get it.
- Get what? If she loves me, then why'd she kill my mom? Look, I know it's the juniors who caused this mess.
You just gotta say exactly who did it.
Carter is he's serious about expelling you.
Ain't no way Carter's kicking me out over a prank.
- Well - Right? Dad, you couldn't even make it home before falling asleep? Pop.
Call 911.
Dad? Dad, wake up.
Oh, my God, Dad.
Greg, move your head.

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