All American: Homecoming (2022) s01e09 Episode Script

Ordinary People

1 I asked around about the yard yak account that posted Dr.
's mugshot.
But, apparently, it's brand-new.
So someone specifically set up this account just to attack my aunt? And how the hell did they get this? I can't believe she got arrested her sophomore year at college.
And is still refusing to say what for.
Jordan, thank god you're here.
Hi, hi.
- Hey.
- Hi.
How did you get through security? Damon was on his way up.
He just buzzed me in.
How about Kee and I go ahead? And we'll catch up with you guys later.
- Excuse me.
- Bye.
See you.
Um Where are we going? It's a long story, but first Ah.
- I missed you.
- I missed you.
I'm sorry.
I know this wasn't the visit that you envisioned, but between my aunt being humiliated and now this suspension, I just feel like I need to be there for her.
I'm good.
I get to finally experience the famous Patterson family dinner or brunch in this case.
Uh, so Who'll be at the brunch? Oh, you know.
Just the usual people.
- Does that include Damon? - No.
Uh, I don't think so.
He has a baseball showcase or something, so I don't think we'll see much of him this weekend at all.
Hey, y'all could flash mob the board meeting.
It worked at Crenshaw.
We could turn this whole place out in protest if they try to even push Auntie out.
Before you all go lighting up the torches, you should know I've spoken with the board and agreed to submit my resignation on Monday.
What? Dr.
, you You can't resign.
Auntie, I don't care what you did, like, 15 years ago.
This school needs you.
The decision has already been made, baby girl.
This is not a funeral, people, so fix your faces and pass the pancakes.
Thank you.
Oh, yeah.
I can't wait to get out here and bust some heads at this showcase, especially Santiago, 'cause he getting way too comfortable in my catcher spot.
Yeah, yeah.
We need to talk, bro.
Heh! Ain't that what we doing? Look, I'm being serious right now, all right? Look, when I went back to Chicago to talk to my dad about my adoption, I was, like, showing him some photos of Bringston alums to see if he recognized anyone.
Bro He picked your mom out of a picture.
Your dad also has Alzheimer's, bro.
Just 'cause he says he recognized her doesn't mean he do.
Can you just, like, talk to your mom and see how she knows my dad? And maybe she knows my birth parents, too, or something.
Bro, bro, bro, now you reaching, all right? Besides, last time I got mixed up in all my family drama, I damn near burned my whole life down.
I can't risk that again.
I promise I'mma help you figure out the answer.
It's just right now, with the whole divorce thing, my mom is fragile.
Can we just give her a minute and focus on the showcase? Yeah, man.
That's fair.
Hey, but you gonna need that focus anyway.
Santiago ain't going down without a fight.
Once I'm playing, homie, we'll see about that.
Look, he ain't bad.
All right, everybody! Now, I want to thank you all for turning up for the first annual HBCU baseball highlight.
Let's give it up for these fine examples of HBCU baseball excellence.
All right.
We got Hawkins Georgia, south Carolina central, and Bringston university! Yes.
And just so you know, today is combine-style workouts and the only chance to be chosen for one of the exhibition teams competing on day two.
Now, let me introduce you to two distinguished gentlemen, who will serve as guest coaches for this event.
First up, we got Hawkins alumni and 10-year player for the Detroit Tigers, including the '84 world series team, John "Buzz" Latimore.
Y'all, next up, we have two-time MVP for the World Series San Francisco Giants and 3-time Silver Slugger honoree and future Baseball Hall of Famer, Terry "TNT" Tucker! Give it up.
Now let's play some ball! Looking good out there, Coach.
You're doing everything you can to keep this program afloat, ain't you? It's impressive.
Look, don't start, Shaw.
It's too early.
Nah, I'm just pointing out the growth.
Come on.
Must be tough, though, you know, having your old teammate from the Minors make it to the big time, become a household name, then come back here and get all this praise while you sitting on the sideline with me.
No, you sitting on the sidelines with me, because I allowed you to.
I'm trying to save this program you ran into the ground, Shaw.
Who's that? Orlando Johnson.
Goes by Lando.
Hawkins Georgia's star pitcher.
Heard he's no joke.
I'll be right back.
Of course.
I'm excited to be here.
I plan to make a statement.
How exactly do you plan to do that? Hey.
Excuse me.
Heh! I just wanted to introduce myself pitcher to pitcher.
Uh, Damon Sims.
Damon, you've brought a lot of notoriety to Bringston in a short amount of time.
So what are your hopes for this showcase? I mean, all of this.
You know, bring more attention to these athletes, help players like Lando get the shine they deserve.
Now, Lando, you're obviously the standout on Hawkins Georgia, but what does it mean for you to be here playing and competing with an MLB prospect? I try not to focus on all of that and just focus on the game.
Can we get a photo of the top two pitchers together? Uh, yeah.
Heh! Welcome to Bringston, man.
I'm really looking forward to all this.
Yeah, me, too.
Now, I know you all thought this was gonna be a friendly showcase, but it's not.
I finally get the chance to embarrass the hell out of you on your own field.
I want to do a petition or hold a rally.
If we can just get enough students and faculty to just speak up, then the board will have to take notice, right? OK.
Can I just point out that your aunt was very clear about not wanting to fight this? Maybe show your aunt you love her by respecting her wishes.
And then what? We just leave it at, "OK, bye.
" "Thanks for the years of devotion to the school.
You can just drop off your badge and go"? No.
That's not right.
What if it wasn't a protest? What if it was more of a going-away party? A little celebration? That could be very nice.
Let me pull up my list of vendors 'cause one thing I'mma do is plan a function.
You do.
I'll be right back.
Excuse me.
Hey I need to talk to you.
Girl, I'm in party plan mode.
Can I hit you back later? I need some dating advice.
And I'm always here for you.
Ha ha.
So it's Kevin, the guy Granny Mays set me up with.
We've been out on a couple of dates, and he wants to go out again tonight.
And I'm not sure if I want to go.
Thea, don't potentially miss out on a good thing over fear, OK? So where's this date? He wants to go to some party the Exquisite 8 are co-hosting tonight.
- Mmh, OK.
- That's a low-pressure function, right here on campus.
It sounds perfect.
If you want, Nate and I can go with you.
We can be, like, your wing-women.
You'd do that? Girl, I do love a party.
- Yeah, it'll be fun.
- Ha ha! I mean, we can grill this Kevin, see if he's on your level.
That could be fun.
I guess I'll see you guys tonight.
Did she just say "thanks"? - Mm-hmm.
- OK, well, that can't be right.
Go! No glove.
Grab the ball with your hand.
Yes, sir.
Go! No, no.
You stepped off the wrong foot.
Santiago, can you show him again? No, no, no.
I know how to do it.
Clearly you don't.
Watch again.
Go! Boom! Exactly.
Great job.
Sims, you're up.
Hey, um, Damon, hold up.
You dropped something.
Your cape, super-negro, sir.
Not fast enough.
97? Come on, big dog.
We falling asleep over here.
Where them triple digits at? All right.
All right.
You getting warmer.
Shut the hell up.
Yeah, 101.
About time.
Better get the MLB back on the phone while that arm hot.
At least I was up for the draft.
That don't mean nothing.
You here with the rest of us now.
Yeah, that's by choice, though.
A dumb choice.
Me? I would've left these fools in the dust.
Well, everybody ain't you, is they? Yeah.
You right about that.
The e-vite is sent out.
Now all I need you to do is get the sparkling water and the cups.
Then I'll be able to - I should go.
- Sit.
Simone Hicks, why did I just run into a colleague eager to let me know he was a yes for my party? I thought I made myself clear about not wanting you to make a fuss about this.
You said you didn't want us to protest against the board's decision.
Well, let me be clearer, then.
I don't want a big to-do around me leaving.
Just let it rest.
Auntie, you are fighting against this party more than you are at keeping your job.
I don't get it.
I've never known you to just give up like this.
I'm still fighting, Simone, just in a different way.
If the board is committed to getting rid of me, is it really worth the emotional toll to fight to stay? Why am I forcing myself into a space where I'm clearly not wanted? That's just not my nature.
It's time I go somewhere I'll be encouraged, even embraced.
I guess I never thought about it like that.
Hey, you're a Patterson, and we're fierce in defense of those we love.
So I should just cancel the party? Please.
And thank you.
Her nature.
Hey, yo, Marcus, I've been trying to catch up with you, man, but you damn near ran off the field.
Ha ha.
Hey, man, what's going on? How about you let me buy you a beer? My way of saying thank you for letting me in on this.
Hey, listen, man, you doing me a favor.
Having you here puts Major eyes on HBCU baseball.
Well, then you can buy me a beer.
But, seriously, let's catch up, man.
I want to hear about everything you've been up to since the Minors.
I would love to, but I got a lot of work to do, you know.
I got to get prepped for this big game tomorrow, you know? OK, I got it.
Do your thing, man.
- I'll see you, man.
- OK.
- What's up, big dog? - What's up, man? Should I bother disappointing myself? Pretty sure I bombed my chances of making anybody's team.
Never count yourself out prematurely, son.
Center field? Coach, why would they put me out there? J.
, I'm sure they had their reasons.
But, Coach, it sound like somebody's trying to set me up to fail.
I agree.
Heh heh.
Surprised to see you back on the team.
Didn't listen to my advice, but sometimes you got to learn the hard way, I guess.
Go ahead and hit the showers, J.
, OK? - We got a big game tomorrow.
- All right.
Look here, man, whatever advice you call yourself giving my players, don't.
As a matter of fact, you stay the hell away from them.
Whoa, whoa.
You acting kind of testy.
You all right? You been taking your, uh, vitamins? Let me tell you something.
You worry about your own damn players, OK? Me and Bringston ain't none of your damn business anymore, you understand me? So you don't want to be here without saying it? No.
Actually, I'm having a really good time.
To everyone else, it looks like you ready to fight.
Wha! What is that? Yac.
Huh? Cognac.
Just a little splash.
- You won't taste the difference.
- Why? It'll help knock back that layer of anxiety, but I don't want you doing anything you don't want to do.
I'm down to stand here like two bodyguards all night if that works for you.
OK, fine, whatever.
Um, just a splash.
- Hey, y'all.
- Hi! Kevin, this is my friend Nate.
- How's it going? - Good.
Do you mind if I borrow her for a sec? Please.
You can stand down.
Surprisingly, things are going pretty well.
You can go enjoy yourself.
I'm glad to hear that, 'cause this is my song, so if you need me, - I'm just a call or a text away.
- OK.
- Eh, eh ♪ - Eh, eh ♪ Yeah, girl.
Ehhh ♪ You're funny.
Shall we? - We shall.
- Oh.
So, uh, I noticed Damon isn't helping out much with operation celebrate Amara.
Well, he has his showcase, so Right, but, I mean, you said that he's one of your best friends, I mean part of the family dinners and I don't know, I guess I just figured he'd want to help out in some way.
What do you want to ask me, Jordan? I don't know.
It's just that You called me last week, hysterical.
I wasn't hysterical.
You were hysterical.
And now Damon isn't around.
I don't know.
I'm just wondering if you had a fight.
That's all.
We didn't.
Look, last week, Damon flew home to visit his dad to talk about his adoption and his birth parents.
I knew it would be emotional for him, so I went to support him as a friend, and I realized that we were emotionally entangled in a way that wasn't respectful to you.
"Emotionally entangled.
" Right.
So, um Where are things now? Well, I put boundaries up.
What are you thinking? I can't begrudge you for being a good friend, Simone.
I mean, that's one of the reasons why I'm so in love with you.
And I appreciate you for.
Being respectful enough to put up boundaries.
Wha I mean, I could be super pissed off if that'll make you feel better.
No, it's fine.
I got enough going on with my aunt anyway.
Listen I know that you really want her to stay.
OK? But, honestly, I kind of get her side of things.
If something isn't working, then sometimes it hurts more to hold on than to let go.
I know this is gonna sound selfish, but A big part of the reason why I'm here at Bringston is because of her.
And now everything is just changing.
You know what? Why don't we just call it? I think I know a place that we can go that will take both of our minds off of everything.
That is, of course, if you're OK with bailing on the party.
Where to? Hail the king, show love ♪ Take it, bow down to me, we not done ♪ And the team so tough ♪ Going all out wouldn't be no, be no fun ♪ This ain't for pretend ♪ Ballin' like I'm on the blacktop, cement ♪ Goin' down right now, talking descend ♪ Every time I come around, it's a event, event ♪ This ain't for pretend ♪ If you take the crown, you can keep it ♪ In the spot everybody want to be in ♪ And the wave so big, it got a deep end ♪ Yo, Lando.
Party kind of lit, huh? Whatever your beef is with me, I'm just trying to change the image of HBCU sports.
- So are we.
- All right, then, cool.
- So we all on the same page.
- Not really.
You just using this as an opportunity to boost your brand.
Come on, man.
That's cap.
And even if I was, ain't y'all trying to do the same thing with me? Embarrass the MLB prodigy so you can boost your own image? Just returning the favor.
What are you even talking about? I was preparing to come to Bringston this fall.
Shaw scouted me and everything.
And then here you come with your big press conference announcement.
Suddenly, you interested in coming to a HBCU and Shaw is out.
And, of course, Bringston wasn't checking for me no more because now they had the great Damon Sims.
You know my whole fam graduated from here? That's a whole legacy out the window.
You said you wanted to come and prove a point.
Now, you tell me how that helps us? I've literally passed by this place a dozen times, and I never even knew that all of this was back here.
- It's a nice, well-kept, little secret.
- It is.
My dad knows the owner, so I've been wanting to check this place out for a while.
Billy Baker got the hookup.
Ha ha.
All right.
What we have here are our seasonal bites of minced beef cheek and oxtail with a blend of za'atar and fennel on toasted brioche topped with Camembert cheese, cornichons, and, uh, grilled frisée.
- Enjoy.
- Thank you.
Is it just me, or do these look like - sliders? - It's just tiny, little burgers.
- Tiny, little burgers? - Mm-hmm.
- I've seen it.
- OK.
- Mmm! - Wow.
These little burgers, they're damn good.
What was the word? You can really taste the cornichons.
The cornichons.
You know what? Come on.
Let's dance.
Babe, there's no dance floor in here.
Well, then I guess we're making one.
Come on.
A love like ours ♪ I pray for it on my knees ♪ Every night for some hours ♪ And hours and hours ♪ And hours and hours ♪ Yum! I'm glad you agreed to come.
Me, too.
You ready to go? Why? I just started having fun.
Well, this was supposed to be a pit stop.
I still got one more thing I want to show you.
Um, where are we going? Let me show you something real quick.
Um, wait.
- What? - I think we should go back.
- Chill.
Come on.
- Now stop.
Let's just stop.
- What? - Stop! - Why you tripping? - Stop.
Stop! Hey, hey, hey, hey! Get the hell off her.
Have you lost your damn mind? What? Please give me a reason not to beat your ass right now.
Damon, stop.
I don't want to cause a scene.
I just want to leave.
Oh, ho.
I figured since you're too busy to go for drinks, I'd bring the drinks to you.
But, see, Terry, I really don't have time, man.
One beer.
- You invited me to this.
- Fine, man.
One beer, now.
Nice setup you got here.
Yeah, man, you thinking about going into coaching - now that you're retiring? - Well, you never know.
So this retirement is a real thing, huh? Look, you got at least 5 years left in you, Terry.
The Terry Tucker I knew loved the money, the celebrity, and the women far too much to ever quit now.
Well, it turns out there's this article coming out next week.
What kind of article? A retrospective on my baseball career, they say, but it's really a hit job.
They reached out to ask about credible allegations that I took P.
s from the Minors up until maybe 5 years ago.
So is this article gonna be naming any other names, bro? Oh, you got nothing to worry about, man.
They're focusing on me.
My reps think I should give an interview, - try to get ahead of it.
- Look, I agree.
Look, people love you, Terry.
They're way more likely to be forgiving hearing the truth coming straight from you.
Allegations is one thing, but for me to just come out and admit that I cheated for years? That means no Hall of Fame.
It'll destroy my legacy.
Which was built on a lie, Terry.
Come on, Marcus.
You remember how it was.
Juicing was the difference between a $7-million contract and 3 years in the league or $100 million and superstardom.
- There was no choice.
- There's always a choice.
Since when did you become so self-righteous, Marcus? Or is this just jealousy because I made it to the show and you didn't? Look, I'm the healthiest and happiest I've ever been, and I don't have to cheat with drugs to feel this way.
You know what? Tell me this, if you hadn't had the reaction you did to the P.
s, would you have kept taking them? Um, here.
Here you go.
Oh, thanks.
I don't understand what happened.
I mean, I I can't believe he was gonna try to take advantage of me knowing I was drunk.
Do you want me to, like, like, call somebody for you or something? No.
No, I'm good.
Um, seriously, like, nothing even happened Thanks to you.
Well, can I at least walk you to your room? No.
I think I'm just gonna hang out here for a bit and watch TV.
All right.
Well, I'm just down the hall if you need anything.
Actually, um I I know I said I'm OK.
And even though nothing even happened, I just, I'd I'd rather not be alone right now if you're not busy.
Well, um I mean, that depends on what you're watching.
'Cause I'm kind of picky with my shows, you know.
No, no.
No, you're fine.
I meant it.
Anytime, OK? No, no.
Uh, look, I got to go.
All right.
Is everything OK with Liv? Uh, no.
Actually, that was Layla.
Is she OK? She's getting there.
You know, she's had a rough couple of weeks.
Thought I'd just kind of check in on her.
Was that Layla earlier today on the phone, too? Yeah.
Yeah, it was.
I think she's going to see her friend Carrie.
I know that's not easy for her.
You're a good friend.
Throw to second! Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Throw! I'm hitting, baby.
Here we go.
Strike! All right.
Strike! DAMON, WHISPERING: Damon, come on.
Time! This what you want to do? This what you want to do on National TV? No, no, no, no.
No, no, no, no.
I know my players, man.
- They got it.
- Look, look, I'm not gonna put a hand on him because right now with all these eyes watching us, it's supposed to be HBCU vs.
When I came here, I wasn't trying to take your spot or anybody's spot.
This ain't about no clout.
This isn't how I envisioned my career, but now I see that it's part of my journey.
I made a conscious decision about where I wanted to share my resources.
Now, there's room for each and every one of us to shine.
Now, we can either make each other look like a bunch of damn fools out here fighting, or we can play ball the right way and show the world that unmatched, unrecognized talent has been overlooked at our institutions for far too long.
Now the choice is up to you.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Let's go! I got it.
I got it.
I got it.
- Come on, J.
! - Come on Come on! That's it.
Out! - Yeah! - That-a boy! Yes! Hey, now.
I'm proud of you, son.
Not only have you proved yourself wrong, man, you proved me right.
Huh? Yeah.
Center fielder was my suggestion.
Why? Because you knew I wouldn't earn my spot back from Santiago? Listen, man, you've been trying to regain your old spot back, and I needed you to have a fresh start, you know, to rediscover that excitement for the game that you once had, you know, instead of you competing with Santiago.
Thanks, Coach.
Thank you, man.
- I really appreciate this.
- Come here, superstar.
I'm proud of you.
Now go ahead and celebrate, man.
Go on and get out of here.
Come on, superstar.
Oh, man.
See, Shaw? J.
is a star.
You just didn't know how to use him.
I literally just turned it on.
We're set then.
What'd y'all do? Nothing.
Um Have a seat.
These are for you, but Maybe don't drink it all at once.
OK, seriously, y'all are starting to freak me out.
What is going on? Hey, everybody.
Am I late? You're right on time.
On time for what? OK, so I heard you about the whole party thing, but I needed to show you that you were wrong, that not only are you wanted, but you are revered here.
So I took a page out of Damon's "Nature vs.
nurture" video.
And, well, I'll just let the presentation speak for itself.
Hey, Auntie.
Heh! We just want to pay tribute to a professor, a scholar, a committed journalist, and a phenomenal woman.
Call me biased, but as far as I'm concerned, you are nothing but a blessing to this campus and community.
So as you say your good-byes to the school you've called home for over a decade, a few students want to pay tribute to you, Professor Patterson, and just share a small taste of the impact you've made on their lives.
I was an engineering student right up until the day I took Professor Patterson's intro to journalism class.
Last year, my politics blog won its first journalism award.
Thank you, Professor Patterson.
Your class changed my life.
She raised my awareness of the power structures against me but also of the power within me to challenge those structures.
She pushed me to be a better teacher, a more active listener, and a more rigorous thinker.
And I'm not a journalism major, I've never taken any of her classes.
But Dr.
, she reached out to me and my friends our first week on campus and made us feel at home.
There have been times over these last few months when my home life has been kind of confusing.
, she's always made me feel like family.
I'll always appreciate her for that.
They say you should give people their flowers while they're here.
And so here are yours.
There's No way, um, to truly express the depths of how I feel right now.
Amara, hey.
Amara, now, you can talk to me.
What's wrong? I made a mess of things, didn't I? Not at all.
Look, sometimes you got to let it all out.
Listen, I just want to make sure that our personal situation isn't part of why you're leaving.
No, Marcus.
It's just time.
Timing has always been our problem, but maybe one day, we'll get it right, hmm? Maybe one day we will.
You should tell them, Amara.
Um, Auntie, we're really sorry.
We weren't trying to upset you.
Simone, I know.
It's just I don't deserve any of this All of these accolades, none of it.
What are you talking about? Sophomore year, my classmate Jada came to me.
She was pre-med and working at a medical facility.
She'd noticed they were charging their patients, most of them Black and poor, huge amounts for unnecessary procedures.
So I decided to write an article and expose them, but I needed evidence.
So Jada and I broke into the lab after-hours to get access to the billing records.
But before we could publish, the break-in was uncovered, Jada and I were arrested and charged with multiple felonies.
I was so scared I'd go to prison.
But the Bringston president at the time and the lab worked out a deal.
We bury the story and each take a semester off in exchange for them dropping the charges.
We took the deal.
That next semester, I came back, but Jada never finished school.
She had a rough go of it afterwards.
What happened to the lab, the racist charges? They eventually stopped the illegal billing, but all the people who had been preyed on up until then, they never found out or got any sort of reparations.
So, you see, on the video, I'm being lauded as this pillar of honesty and ethics and social justice when what I really am is a coward who sacrificed her principles to save her own ass.
I don't know.
Professor Patterson, I mean, just to go after a story like that at that young age, that's badass.
You broke the law so people wouldn't get hurt.
Most of us would have been too scared to risk it all like that.
Your entire career has been about helping people with their lives and making them better.
You're more than a mugshot, Professor Patterson.
I believe that you should be able to let go of the past and stand tall.
Auntie, I'm really sorry that you're going through this, but in all honesty, this is all the more reason why we need you at Bringston.
You kids are truly special.
Thank you for hearing me and for giving me back my pride and my peace.
So does that mean you'll reconsider - submitting your resignation? - No.
I stand by my belief that it's time to move on.
This will be my last semester at Bringston.
Hey, how was the game? Oh, it was dope.
I mean, we lost, but J.
and them won.
Love the support.
Well, thanks again for last night.
I mean, not that I plan on letting that happen again, you know, if I was around.
Anyways, I should probably go do some homework.
I know we got that lit paper due tomorrow.
Actually, I'm working on mine right now.
We could work together.
I thought you hated group projects.
Or we could just watch another episode of "A Different World.
" Hmm.
It's tempting, but, I don't know, as an upperclassman and an athlete, like, shouldn't you be encouraging me to do my homework and, like, being a role model or something? Yeah.
Well Role models have their bad days, too.
So, did Jordan have a good visit? Yeah.
He had a really great time.
But? OK.
So, you remember how Jordan got upset about Damon the last time he was here? - Mm-hmm.
- I told him about flying to Chicago with Damon, and He shrugged it off.
So you get mad when he gets jealous and you get mad when he doesn't.
Girl, Jordan can't win.
I'd be pissed if he went on an overnight trip with another girl.
I know.
It's a double standard, but I'm human.
He didn't even seem to care.
He's also been having secretive calls with our friend Layla.
And I don't know.
He says it's nothing, but Are you sure you're not projecting your own guilt onto Jordan? Maybe.
But I just can't seem to shake that things are just off between us, Keish.
- It's just different.
- Of course it is.
You're different people now.
The real question is, do the people you're becoming still make sense in this relationship? Hosted by noted HBCU Bringston University, the showcase brought star power in MLB legends "TNT" Tucker and "Buzz" Latimore, but it was the players who truly showed out this weekend, setting the stage for what should be an exciting regular season of baseball.
I'm the healthiest and happiest I've ever been, and I don't have to cheat with drugs to feel this way.
- Auntie.
- Did you get our text? I did.
So what's the big news you two had to rush over to tell me? You didn't submit your resignation yet, right? Because, quietly, I've been looking for the ass that posted your mugshot on yard yak.
- Nate found the student.
- Who is it? Some girl that works in the president's office.
She said a trustee, this Veronica Skinner, came up to her after a board meeting and offered her $500 to circulate the photo anonymously.
Veronica Skinner.
I don't know any board member by that name.
Well, she's this new appointee.
This is her.
Do you know her? Jada, my classmate who broke into the medical facility with me, Veronica is her sister.
This has never been about baseball.
This is personal.

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