Animal Kingdom (US) (2016) s03e09 Episode Script

Libertad

1 Adrian is a, uh Is a surfer that I sponsor.
Maybe I'll see you around.
- Okay.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Nice to meet you.
Yeah.
Nice to meet you.
Mr.
Cody, I'm following up on some concerns Lena's school had regarding her situation at home.
Her situation? - $790,000.
- Yeah.
- We just robbed a goddamn plane.
- Hell, yeah.
You said you had something for us.
There's a fence over on Casitas.
He moves catalytic converters.
He's got a Doberman in the junkyard.
All we got to do is throw a steak over the fence, and we're in.
And we'll case the place together.
If it's not right, it's not right.
We'll find something else.
People were talking about a lady, paid someone to pull a hit on her son.
Shot him in his driveway.
- Where? - Oceanside.
Hey, Smurf.
I didn't know you were getting out today.
Me neither.
She stares deeply Locked inside me Burnin' brightly One they know that I cannot take Waitin' for it all to begin Every night now, they'll win Come and meet my black hole Got a big black hole Got a big black hole I've got a big black hole I've got a big black, big black hole Got a big black hole inside of me Hey.
Morning.
Morning.
[TELEVISION PLAYING INDISTINCTLY] - Thank you.
- Hm.
Next time you make a booty call, make it 10:00 p.
m.
, not 2:00 a.
m.
[CHUCKLES SOFTLY] You came running.
Whatever.
You said the room had free HBO.
Got the room for another night, too.
So, your grandma comes home and you just move into a Motel 6? I just I just needed a little space to think.
I can come back to Smurf's with you.
It's not gonna be cheap.
I get it.
You came at the queen, and you missed.
Come on.
Get dressed.
I need breakfast before I go to work, and not that shitty corn-flake dispenser in the lobby.
Mmm-mm Mmm-mm The devil you know, the devil you know, the devil you don't Mmm-mm It's better to know the devil you know, the devil you don't [VACUUM RUNNING] Ooh-ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh The devil you know, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh The devil you know Where'd you run off to last night, baby? I had to see a friend.
Does this friend have a name? Her name's Mia.
I look forward to meeting her.
Who was driving my Jag while I was away? It's a pigsty.
I'm sorry.
I'll I'll get it detailed.
Mm-hmm.
There's a science project in the back seat.
Looks like it might've started out life as a burrito.
Not sure.
What I said to you last time at the jail, I I was under a lot of pressure.
You know, I was going through the books last night.
And there was only $2,600 in my checking account.
Yeah, I-I paid off all the bills for this month, so we're all caught up.
Hm.
What about the job you guys just did? Does any of that go to the family? I want you to call a meeting with your uncles.
We need to be on the same page now.
Okay.
When? Today.
Tomorrow, we all go to the cemetery together.
I bought a burial plot for Baz.
[DOORBELL BUZZES] Oh, good.
It's Morgan.
Would you like me to leave? No, baby.
She's here to see you.
I'm a white light that's burning Right across your sky Going light up across the sky My name is Thunder Thunder Yeah I'm a white light that's burning Right across your sky My name is Thunder [ENGINES SHUT OFF] Yo, that tsunami was crazy, bro.
Hey, jump for show, corner for dough, baby.
- That's what I'm saying.
- Yeah! Get it! Yo, so, what do you reckon? I'm ready for sponsorship yet or what? Yeah, for what, being a whiny little bitch? What, after the shit you just pulled, man? Yo, at least my cross-jumps are legit.
Legit, right? Uh, you got heart, man, and great taste in bikes.
Let's get out of here.
So, what was all that about? What? Adrian in town? [CHUCKLES] Busted.
- Yo, you want my advice? - No.
Just be honest with Linc, man.
Just tell him what's going on in your head.
You're gonna give me relationship advice? The guy who told that waitress at Bagby Beer Co.
That you were getting deported because you didn't want to have breakfast with her the next day.
You see, man? That's what I'm saying.
You can learn from my mistakes.
- Yeah.
- Yo, let people in, man.
No one wants to end up alone.
Y-You can't give me relationship advice.
- Oh, really? - Yeah, you're the last person.
'Cause you've been doing so well yourself, you know? [ENGINE SHUTS OFF] LUCY: Pope! Smurf's out.
She's gonna say I killed Baz and that I took her money and she's gonna want you to come after me.
You can't expect me just to sit back and do nothing.
I'll deal with it.
If you don't, I will.
[GRUNTING] [GRUNTS] [BOTH BREATHING HEAVILY] [SPLAT] Oh, shit, I missed.
You go riding today? [GRUNTS]Yeah.
Craig set it up.
It's okay, man.
I get it.
I'm not here.
Linc is Linc.
Life goes on.
[CELLPHONE CHIMES] Oh, shit.
What's up? Smurf called a meeting.
Smurf's out? How is she? I don't know.
I haven't seen her.
[CELLPHONE THUDS] And I'm definitely not going to any goddamn meeting.
Hey, man.
You got any smokes? Oh.
You can knock, you know? Relax.
I've seen a dick before.
He got that from me.
- [CHUCKLES] - Uh Jesus, man, I thought you guys were supposed to be fastidious.
[GROANS] Ugh.
How you doing? [GROANS] I'm Billy.
His dad.
I'm Adrian.
Adrian.
What are your intentions with my son? He's kidding.
Of course I'm kidding.
Your intentions are obvious.
Got any smokes? [ZIPPER ZIPS] Thanks, man.
Anything else? Uh, yeah, I just wanted to talk, but we we can We can do that later.
- Yeah.
- Okay.
Hey.
Nice to meet ya.
Yeah.
[DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES] MORGAN: This revokes J's power of attorney for the checking account at Coast National Bank.
And this revokes J's power of attorney for the account at Second Mercantile Bank.
Savings and checking accounts at Union Republic.
Okay, this removes J's name from the holding company that owns the properties on Howley Avenue, Pacific Street, and Whaley and from the holding company that owns the properties on Mission, Condon, and Deacon.
And this revokes J's financial power of attorney over all other property, real and personal.
Okay, and, J, you sign here to indicate that you acknowledge that your grandmother is of sound mind and that you willingly relinquish any right to court review of this revocation.
And last thing thumbprint.
Thank you, baby.
It was good to see you, J.
It's good to see you, too.
- Thank you.
- Mm-hmm.
This is the right move, not seeing Smurf, 'cause right now those guys are sitting there like little pussies.
Yeah.
I don't really feel like seeing her.
You and me both, brother.
Thanks for letting me crash here, by the way.
Mm-hmm.
Meanwhile [CLEARS THROAT] you are flourishing on your own.
When are we, uh, gonna see our cut? J's kind of holding all our ends at the moment.
[CASH REGISTER BEEPS, DRAWER SLIDES] J? Yeah.
J's holding the money? Yeah, for safekeeping.
J's holding our money for safekeeping? Yes, that's correct.
[SIGHS] Kid's like 14.
Something like that, yeah.
Why aren't you holding the money? 'Cause we have a system in place.
- You have a system in place.
- Yes, we have a system in place.
Stop repeating everything I'm saying.
All I'm saying is what I've been saying this whole time, okay? You put that whole thing together.
It's [SIGHS] It's like giving the Mona Lisa to a spider monkey, okay? Are you listening to me? I don't need somebody to safekeep my own shit, okay? Billy safekeeps his own shit.
That's how I work.
You need a couple bucks to hold you over? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
I'm a goddamn charity case, yeah.
Okay.
Jesus.
I thought I'd ask.
- Sorry.
- Oh, goddamn it.
Sorry.
I didn't mean to snap at you.
[CLEARS THROAT] I could use a couple bucks.
[DRAWER SLIDES] Thanks.
Ciao.
[FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING] Where's Deran? Texted and left a voicemail.
You tell him later.
So, you boys have been pulling jobs, splitting the money amongst yourselves while I was away.
That's great.
Now you have to launder it.
How are you gonna do that? If you want to use my buildings, it costs 20%.
Twenty? That's standard.
But you are family, so I'll give you, uh 48 hours to make a better deal.
Oh, I will.
I'll call Eric.
Oh, please.
Call Eric, your moron friend from Vegas.
And I'll make sure I come visit you in the federal penitentiary more than once.
Okay, uh, 20% would make you an equal partner, and you're not an equal partner.
Fair enough.
How about I do it for zero? What's the catch? Our money was stolen.
We need to get it back.
Our money? Our money? What money? The money from my storage unit, Craig.
Your money?! You hid the money from us! It's your fault it was stolen! - It's my fault - Yeah.
that Baz stole the money?! He wouldn't have had to steal it if you would've just split it with us in the first place.
I was keeping it safe.
Excellent job with that, by the way.
We don't know exactly who took the money from Baz.
Who knew about the money? Who disappeared the minute Baz was killed? Lucy.
[SIGHS] Well, how much was there? $7 million.
$7 million?! $1.
6 million in cash.
$5.
5 in jewelry and gold.
So what do you want us to do? Storm down to Mexico and steal it back from Lucy? Because you could say "our" all you want, but at the end of the day, you know you consider it yours.
It's your money.
Go get the money back.
And you'll each get your cut of the $7 million.
Immediately.
Let us talk about it.
Yo, I don't need you to make those collections from that Cody kid no more, all right? The guera bounced.
You want me to keep an eye on them anyway? They're into a lot of shit.
You ever hear of the goose with the golden eggs? No.
No.
[SCOFFS] Well, Google that shit, prima, or ask Siri.
I don't care.
But until then, I want you to stay away from them.
You have anything else for me? Could use the cash.
If I need you to do something, I'll tell you.
[GRUNTS] [GROANING] Hey.
You haven't changed a bit.
I wish I could say the same about you.
You look like shit.
Oh, you're assuming what I said about you is a compliment.
[CHUCKLES] What do you want here, Billy? I wanted to talk to you.
I thought maybe we could talk.
You could mix up a batch of your famous Smurf-tinis.
You still doing the thing where you put a little spritz of grapefruit juice in there? I always thought that was very classy.
I'm a classy gal.
Yes, you are.
DERAN: She's been in prison this whole time.
She has no idea what we've been going through.
She's out of her mind.
So, no, absolutely not.
No to all of it.
We got no one else to launder the money.
- We'll find somebody.
- She's the devil we know.
Okay, well, we'll launder it ourselves, guys.
You offering up your bar? I think that we should work with her.
- Great.
Now you're folding.
- No, listen.
All I'm saying is we can launder our own money, yes, but first we'd have to buy a couple of legitimate businesses.
Plus, you can't just walk into a real-estate office with a suitcase full of cash.
15%.
I'll do 15%.
There's no way I'm going to Mexico.
- Oh, come on, man.
- No way, man, no.
- It's $7 million.
- No.
You're taking Smurf's word on that? Yeah, $7 million, my ass.
All right, say we go down to Mexico.
[IMITATES GUNSHOTS] Take out these sicarios that are literally watching Lucy eat breakfast.
Then what? She's got a map on her with a big "X" that says, "The money's right here"? What? Probably buried in the desert somewhere.
We don't even know Lucy took it.
You don't think she took it? Thinking and knowing Not the same thing.
Okay.
I'll go back to Smurf with 15%.
Oh, and, um, she wants us to go to some cemetery tomorrow.
She bought a plot for Baz.
What? Wow.
I haven't had a martini that dry since they banned me from Caesars.
Nice to know I haven't lost my touch.
No, you have not.
[CHUCKLES] So, you and Deran have been, uh, reconnecting? Hm? Yeah.
I told him to go see you.
Thank you.
He turned out great.
He's a great guy, you know? You did a great job with him.
You deserve full credit.
That little kid [GRUNTS] J.
He's a He's smart.
He's You can tell he's got his shit together, you know? I'd like to spend more time with him.
Ah, you two getting along, then? Yeah, you know, a little brief encounter.
Just, you know Uh, is he around? No.
- Have you seen Pope? - Yeah.
Every time I see him now, it's, like, just a general atmosphere of, you know, him wanting to throw an axe at my head.
So, tell me about Frankie.
Frankie's a trip.
Bad idea bringing her around my boys.
What do you mean? Well, look at my boys.
And look at you.
[SIGHS] Okay.
Let me illuminate you about Frankie and me, okay? First of all, we're not married, and second of all, I have the distinct advantage of wisdom over youth.
And let me tell you something.
Youth is pretty goddamn boring.
I'd rather focus [SIGHS] on you.
You probably can't even get it up anymore with all that shit you've been putting in your veins.
There are many things people can do in the bedroom, all right? And intercourse happens to be one of the least interesting items on the menu.
Are you schooling me about sex now, Billy? 'Cause I'm the little girl that taught you everything you know.
Why don't you meet me in my bedroom and show me what a good memory you have? Come on.
Coming.
It's locked? [RATTLING] [KEYS JINGLE] [THUD] MAN: Help me! Help me! [INDISTINCT SHOUTING] [THUDDING] [GUN COCKS] [MAN SCREAMS] Come on! What are you doing?! Help me! What the What the hell are you doing?! Get him to the couch! Come on! [GRUNTS] COLBY: We were over the fence, and and, suddenly, it was just like, shit, man! It was chaos! [GROANING] All right.
We need to put pressure on this now.
Yo, I got you, I got you, I got you! This is bad, man.
This is bad.
Put pressure on this.
Hey, hold this down right now.
- Hell no, man! - God damn it! Just hold it down! - Hold it down, bro! - Get down! - Shit.
- What happened? KAI: They showed up at the back door.
- And you just let them in? - They're your friends.
Okay.
Here.
Take this.
Get out of here now.
Go.
I'll deal with this.
Go.
Now! What happened?! We hit that junkyard that you told us about.
There wasn't just a dog.
There was a dude with a gun! Yeah, no shit! 'Cause you hit it in the middle of the day without telling me! - This is on you, man.
- This is on me?! - Yes! On you! - Deran! Deran! - This is on me?! - Not now, man! Just keep pressure on the goddamn wound! - Get off me! - All right? Focus! [GASPS] He needs a hospital.
No.
No, no.
It's a gunshot wound.
The ER will call the police.
Well, then, the cops get called.
That's their problem, not ours.
No, I told them about this job, okay? This is my fault.
These guys will flip on me in five seconds.
- [COUGHING, GASPING] - Oh, shit, man! Yo! Here's what we're gonna do.
W-We'll give him the address of the guy in TJ.
He'll be fine.
It's gonna take them two hours just to get to the border.
- What do you want me to do about this? - He's not gonna make it! [COUGHING] - We got to do something else.
- Okay, okay.
Go home, get the first-aid kit.
We'll come back here, and we'll cauterize it.
- All right.
You keep him alive.
- Okay, go, now! [COUGHING AND GROANING] Yep.
Ahh.
I still got it.
[SCOFFS] Listen.
My dick works again.
It's a big moment for me, okay? I'm celebrating.
You need a little help with that itch, baby? Well, that's very nice of you.
Thank you very much.
Now cut the bullshit, Billy.
What do you want from my grandson? That's between J and me.
Ohh.
J's holding your money, right? - Yeah.
- [SCOFFS] Money would be the only reason you'd be looking for him.
What was the take on that last job? Huh? What was it? You want your cut? Because J listens to me.
It was a weed plane.
It was like 300k, max.
Well, if you say 3, then it's got to be at least 6.
That's not a bad haul.
Mm-hmm.
I want you to make Deran come see me.
- Sweetheart - Do it.
Deran hates you.
Okay.
Listen.
He loves you, too.
He's conflicted.
This is the way it is with kids a lot of the time.
You gotta listen to them whine about their own bullshit, then you kind of spit it back into their own faces.
I want you to make Deran come see me.
Do it.
Okay.
Yeah, yeah, thank you.
Gracias, gracias.
All right.
He's gonna be waiting for you at the clinic in Tijuana.
His lips are getting blue, man.
[DOOR OPENS] How is he? COLBY: Who the hell are you? He can help Ox.
May I? How's it going, man? I'm Linc.
- What's your name? - Ox.
It's good to meet you, dude.
I'm just gonna check you out and make sure that, uh, everything's okay.
Can you, uh, keep pressure on here for me, please? You told me your friend had a speargun accident.
That's a gunshot wound, dude! Look, man, we need your help, all right? Hey, hey.
Listen, listen.
I grew up with this kid, okay? He made a mistake.
He's the only one that got hurt, but if the cops find out he had a gun, he's going back to prison.
I can't let that happen, okay? That is a gut wound.
- I know.
- He needs surgery.
- Look, I understand.
- No, he needs surgery.
Look, I understand, okay? We have it figured out.
We have a guy in Mexico.
We just need him to stay alive for a couple more hours, okay? Please.
- Smurf? - Yeah.
Like new.
Did you talk to your uncles? Yeah.
15%.
Now, what about the Lucy job? Do they get how much money this is? I tried to tell them, but I'm just one vote.
Yeah.
That's the problem with democracy.
If Deran would do it, Craig would do it.
What's that? That's some of my share from the job.
What was the total haul? Almost three-quarters of a million dollars.
All right.
Come on.
Here's 500 bucks.
If I see you around here again, I'll shoot you myself.
[ENGINE STARTS] Thank you.
I was never here.
It was Craig's idea to call you.
You could've just left.
Great idea.
I'll get the shirt back to you later.
You know Linc could've called the cops? Yeah, well, Ox was gonna die.
What do you care? You're screwing Adrian anyway.
I don't know.
Maybe I kind of liked the idea of having someone in my life that wasn't involved in all this shit.
So, uh, what was your plan? [SNIFFS] Lie to him forever? Who cares what my goddamn plan was? You know what you should've done? You should've gone home and gotten the medical kit like I told you to, and we could've kept this shit in the family! That's what you could've done.
You caused all this shit by going outside the family in the first place! Hey.
Whoa.
Somebody get shot? What's up, guys? Huh? [SIGHS] I knew a guy who got shot once.
Kendry White.
Big, fat 400-pound dude.
Lazy son of a bitch.
Yeah, we were just hanging out on the street corner one night, shooting the shit, then off in the distance, we hear "pat-pat-pat-pat.
" They sounded like gunshots maybe two blocks away.
It was a drive-by.
And Kendry goes, "Aah!" Grabs his side, right? We lift up his shirt, we check him out, he's fine.
About a week later, we're sitting in a Denny's, eating breakfast.
He's scratching his side, scratching his side.
We're like, "Dude, what is up?" Pulls up his shirt Plink.
Bullet falls out onto the table.
It was stuck in one of the folds of his fat.
Small-caliber little bastard.
Disgusting.
Hey.
Saw your mother.
She looks good.
[SCOFFS] You really should go and talk to her.
Life is really too short for holding a grudge.
- It's not healthy.
- He's right.
Thank you.
Thank you.
I don't need this shit right now from either of you.
She's your mother, man.
And so what? Shit got weird.
Just sack up and go and see her.
Fix it.
Yeah.
Exactly.
Done with this shit.
Where are you going? You know, the one decent person in my life, and you chase him away.
I just fixed your mess! Hey! Hey! [SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY] [ENGINES SHUT OFF] MELANIE: Hi, Lena.
Is that your dog? Hi.
I'm Melanie Southards.
DCFS.
You're Lena's? I'm just walking my dog.
Mr.
Cody.
Hello.
Can I help you with something? We've completed our investigation of Lena's living situation.
- A number of issues have come up and - What issues? And DCFS has determined that, for the time being, this living arrangement is not in Lena's best interest.
These papers explain the situation.
We're going to remove Lena at this time.
She'll be safe, and there will be a hearing, at which time you c No.
No! No.
- She's not going anywhere.
- Mr.
Cody.
Mr.
Cody.
Mr.
Cody, how you act right now will have a lot of bearing on how Lena's situation is ultimately adjudicated.
Think of what Lena will see.
It's in her best interests And yours To not make this scary for her.
Just give me a couple seconds with her.
Please.
Fine.
Hey.
You're gonna go with these people, okay? I'm I'm gonna come get you.
Don't be scared.
SMURF: Where have you been? You didn't come visit me once while I was in jail.
Not once.
It's okay.
I get it.
You hate me.
I probably deserve it.
I don't hate you, Smurf.
I missed you.
I missed you so much, baby.
You'll always be my baby.
You met Billy? You two spending time together, hmm? I think he cares a lot about you.
Is there any way I can convince you to do the Lucy job? It's a lot of money, Deran.
No.
And Craig? What about him? He won't do it if you won't.
I hope the two of you can put your differences aside and be at the cemetery tomorrow.
It's for Baz.
But we need a place to visit.
Please.
Yeah, I'll come.
Thank you, baby.
- Hey.
- [DOOR CLOSES] Oh, shit.
You scared me.
What are you doing here? Are you the only one allowed to make a booty call? Is that how this works? You said you got the room for tonight, too.
I just needed somewhere to sleep.
[BREATHES DEEPLY] Right.
Well, no problem.
Stay.
Are you gonna stay? No.
Smurf's expecting me.
I'll see you later.
Free HBO, though.
[DOOR CLOSES] MAN ON RADIO: 2-1.
Bottom of the 6th inning here.
Los Angeles in the lead.
at the plate.
Looks like they're definitely playing him to pull here, as they've got Turner off of third base, almost Warden got tired of your ass, huh? [THUD] Now you're speaking my language.
May I? Please.
Libertad.
Libertad, my friend.
Mmm.
For services rendered, sir.
Mm, my pleasure.
That's a down payment.
That's a big down payment.
For what? I need you to take a little trip down to Mexico for me.
Can you do that? You got my attention.
[LAWN MOWER RUNNING] SMURF: I spent every night in jail thinking about Baz.
Thinking about each of you being lost to me forever.
It's a mother's greatest fear.
I bought us all burial plots, right here.
Right where we're standing.
There's a plot for Julia, J.
We'll have her moved.
That way, we'll all be together, forever, right here.
Instead of scattered somewhere.
Now we need to decide what kind of headstone to get for Baz.
And then I would like you all to tell each other what kind of arrangements you would like when your time comes.
That's it.