Animal Kingdom (US) (2016) s05e07 Episode Script

Splinter

1
Got into a fight.
Dude died.

Guy who owns the company I skated for
kept the dude's shirt
with my blood on it.

So, you want us to steal it?
This is for our house! And
we're gonna go through there
and we're gonna get the
safe out like we planned!
[GLASS SHATTERS.]

Come on.

Aah! Shit!
We'll be giving you a memorandum
that says you agree
to transfer Smurf's estate back to us.

You're a little short on
friends in the department.

It's a new era, though.

For you guys, for us.

You get what you pay for.

Internet cafés are all the
rage in Southeast Asia.

Adrian loves 'em.

Somebody's been sending
money to him down there, too.

It's not smart for us to
hold onto a ton of coke.

It's gonna cost you.

Back your truck in.

You looking for somebody, pal? [GROANS.]

Max Cross.

You're gonna kick me 30% of your take
between Pendleton and National City.

Deal.

- Deran ?
- Do I know you?
- Yeah.
It's Billy.

- POPE: It's your father.

- I'm Cassandra.

- What are you doing here?
I was going through a rough patch.

CASSANDRA: What do you see?
[VOICE BREAKING.]
I see
somebody I used to know.

- [LAUGHS.]

- Where are we?
[SOFTLY.]
That kid Brian
was scared of you.

Should I be?

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 ♪
Got a ♪
JANINE: Del Mar Fair's in three weeks.

- MANNY: Tickets?
- No.

Too many eyes on the ticket booths.

Concessions?
Eh, we'd have to hit like a
dozen to make it worth it.

Yeah.

- Got it?
- Yeah.

Andrew! Give it back.

Stop!
Well, hey, what about that
Radio Shack on Pacific?
You know, Don works there.

He knows when the new
IBMs are coming out.

Serial numbers?
No fence is gonna touch a computer.

[SIGHS.]

- [BELL DINGS.]

- Sounds like breakfast is ready.

Waffles!
You watch Jake get his ass kicked?
He's fine.

[PLATES THUD.]

JANINE: Andrew!
Eat.

All right, fine.

You don't want to eat your waffles?
Uncle Manny will eat your waffles.

Uncle, huh?
[MOUTH FULL.]
You had your chance, man.

JULIA: Give that back!
Can you watch him for a bit?
- Babysit?
- Yeah, babysit.

Ray's in Tijuana and I
have to give Max his cut.

Come on.
I got shit to do, Janine.

Manny, please.

[SIGHS.]

[GUNSHOTS.]

Aah! [BREATHES HEAVILY.]
Ha.
Whoo!
Ha.

- [GUNSHOTS.]

- Aah!
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]

You need to relax.

I mean, when you're shooting.

Relax.
Okay.
Okay.

[GUNSHOTS.]

[CHUCKLES.]
Does it
always feel like that?
Feels different every time.

More.

[CLICKS, GUN COCKS.]


Do it.


You want me to shoot you?
It's okay.

No.

I deserve it.

Andrew, no, you don't.

I deserve it.

What?
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]


She wanted me dead.

Who?

Aah!
My mom.
She wanted to kill me.


Why?

[VOICE BREAKING.]

Because she knew what I was.

She knows what I am.


Do it.


Sounds like she didn't know shit.

I'm not gonna do that.


[SNIFFLES.]


Okay.

CRAIG: Well, swell's coming in.

Yeah.
Waves woke Nick up.

Took him for a walk out by those
new condos they're building.

Oh, the one those assholes tore
up all the pier parking for?
Yeah.
Tamsin's brother's working there.

Gets paid in cash.

So?
So there's a couple
hundred people over there
getting paid in cash
every other Thursday.

Scope it out and maybe
we can hit it after payday.

Yeah.

Yeah, we should hit that, you know?
It's only six blocks from the house
and I went to high school with
half the people working there.

But yeah.

- It's a good idea.

- Don't be such an asshole about it.

[GLASS THUDS.]

- So what's next?
- What's next?
It has to be cash, right?
You doing a job was a one-time thing.

Why?
[SIGHS.]

Deran should never have asked you.

What?
I didn't want you there.

[SCOFFS.]

So that's why you keep pushing to me
being a real estate agent bullshit?
It's not bullshit.
I think
you'd be great at it.

Oh, yeah, you should know,
property manager.

Oh, my God.
Look, it's different, okay?
Yeah? You know, even if I wanted
to be a real estate agent,
I wouldn't start making money
for what, at least another year?
So?
So we have bills.

And I've already told you,
I'll take care of it!
- Jesus!
- Of course you will.

[MUTTERING.]
Mother
[DOOR SLAMS.]

[BIRDS CHIRPING.]

Damn it, Pope, where are you, man?
[SIGHS.]
Everything good
with the Johnson deal?
I'm meeting the granddaughter today.

Okay.
Good.
Get that shit signed.

That the share for Pamela Johnson?
Yeah.

What else was in that safe?
Jewelry, chains, a couple guns.

All right, we'll fence all that.

Yeah.
Or Pete could pay up.

He will.

Sometime this year would be nice.

Hey, that cop showed up again,
the one that keeps hanging around.

What cop?
The one that picked up Pope.

What'd he want?
He wants to work together,
so I asked to bring me
anything he had on us.

You didn't think you
should ask us first?
Don't you want to know
if they're working anything active?

Yeah.
All right.
Fine.

[HIP-HOP MUSIC PLAYS.]

Yo.



Yo.

I don't think these babies are
getting enough sunlight down here.

You hear about the fridge?
- Man, I'm here for the rent.

- [SIGHS.]

Shit.
Right.
Can I hit
you up later this week?
No, you can't, man.

You really should check out that fridge.

It's leaking shit all over the flooring.

- Oh, yeah? Mm-hmm.

- Yeah?
And the power goes
out like once a month.

- Right.

- Cockroaches all over the place in there.

- Mm-hmm.

- At least Smurf took care of shit.

- Oh, is that right?
- Yo, man!
These things are fragile!
You owe me a grand.

Smurf and me had a deal.

Don't say her name again.

You understand?
Sit down! You think I'm joking around?
- Aah!
- [GRUNTING.]

- Get the f
- I will kick your ass, bro.

[SEAGULLS CRYING.]

Well?
What?
What time did I say?
You have to forgive Max.

He gets a little bitchy
before his morning smoke.

Do I need to count this?
No.

You know, I would've thought
she would have gotten more than 6 grand
from that payday lender.

Yeah, you'd think so,
but these places will really take
anything as collateral, man.

My buddy Eddie was all strung out,
wrote one of these places
a few bad checks,
all he had to offer were his teeth.

Hey, shut up.

You need to think bigger,
you know, for the next job.

All right, we decide what we hit.

You keep pulling in
this small-town shit,
you're not gonna for long.

You need to step it up.

You must be Janine.

Max keeps talking about this pain
in the ass chick working for him.

I don't work for him.

Everyone around here does.

Yeah? What do you do?
Guerrero's finest.

What's his cut?
20%.

- 20%?
- What's he charging you?
30%.

You're new to town.

Once you prove yourself,
he'll knock it down.

Mm.

Hey, you surf?
Oh, you can't call yourself
a local if you don't surf.

I know.
Looks like a
waste of time to me.

That's the point.

Come on.
I'll, uh, I'll take you out.

All right.

- Let's go surfing.

- [FOGHORN BLOWS.]

Right on.

I'm, uh, I'm I'm Billy, by the way.

Pleased to meet you, Billy.

My boards are this way.

All right.


- What's up?
- What's up? [CLEARS THROAT.]

Done or you want to
stay out for a few more?
No, I'm done.

Come on, man, we haven't
surfed out here in forever.

[EXHALES SLOWLY.]

What's up?
- What?
- What's going on with you?
You're acting like a dick.

Is this about the job?
We got the house back.

Everything's fine.

We came out clean.
Renn's fine.

Yeah.
Renn's great.

Yeah, now she wants to knock off a
construction site because of you.

- This is about Renn, huh?
- No, man, it's about you.

You're always bitching
about how you want out.

Now you want to make all the calls?
You know, somebody's got to do it.

What the hell's that supposed to mean?
[SCOFFS.]
You asked me
to stay here, so I stayed.

I-I What What more
do you want me to do?
Yeah, I did, but I didn't know
how this shit was gonna turn out
when I did.

So why don't you just keep
my family out of it, man?
Oh, your family?
Yeah.

Right.

Your kid spends more time
with the goddamn babysitter
than he does with you.

How about you figure out how
to take care of your own family
before you start judging me
on how to take care of ours?
Goddamnit!
[VEHICLE DOOR SLAMS.]


All right.

[EXHALES.]

We made it.

- [EXHALES.]

- Where are we?
[SIGHS.]
You're gonna love it.





Oh, this feels amazing.
[CHUCKLES.]


You coming in?


[LAUGHS.]




[LAUGHS.]


Ahh!
Oh!
So good, right?
- Oh!
- [LAUGHS.]

Oh, it's so good.

Oh!
I used to love swimming
when I was a kid.

- Yeah? [LAUGHS.]

- Yeah.
I loved it.


[SIGHS.]

[SNIFFLES.]

Too much?
No.

What that guy said was right.

I am the devil.

Andrew
the devil is just an angel
who lost his way.

God's the one who sent him away.

What did he expect?
[EXHALES SHARPLY.]


Hola, Cam.

You're not returning my calls.

Make it quick.
Andre'll be
back from lunch any minute.

Okay, I want back in.

My usual, every other week.

Thought you were on maternity leave.

Not anymore.

Look, slow down.
I don't
have anything in here.

Okay, I'll just come by
your place later then.

- [SCOFFS.]
Yeah, I don't think so.

- Why not?
All this back and forth,
you being in and out?
It's not cool.

I'm in.
For good.

Yeah, well, I got guys I can count on
and your customers have moved on.

Bullshit.
You know I can get
them back with a phone call.

No.

Start me off with half.

No.

TOMMY: Man, every time
I get to the end of that level,
this bot pops up out of
nowhere and snipes me.

That's why I quit on that game, man.

Uh, you forgot something.

We usually get five of the Pasote.

That's not what the order says.

Well, it must be something
on your end, then.

It's all good.
We'll, uh,
just take the usual,
and we'll settle up on the next bill.

Sorry.
The rest of my shit
is for Sun of a Beach.

They opened?
- Yeah.

- Goddamnit.

Well, sucks for them.

Tommy, go get the rest of the Pasote.


ANNOUNCER: Big Red is on the outside,
gaining on Ajax on the rail.

Suzan With a Z closing the gap
- Come on, come on, come on!
- as Ajax falters.

Hey, not in the car, not in the car.

and champion Ajax no
longer in a fight for place.

- Come on.

- And that's the wire.

- It's Big Red by
- Shit!
and now Champ's second by three.

Ajax third, and whipping in
[SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY.]

Bruce, did you just see that?
Yeah, I know.

Hey, hey, hey, how about, uh,
how about $30 on Jumper
for the sixth?
Yeah.

Yeah, I know, look, I'll
pay you back, plus $20.

I-I told you I would
get you back for that.

Look, Bruce, just put $30 on
Jumper for the sixth, okay?
Bruce?
Bruce?! Goddamnit.

Ha!
Got you now, huh?
Hey, you're good at looking
after your brother, right?
- Yeah.

- You think you can take care of him
till your mom gets back?
Is she with Max?
- Yeah.

- What if she's in trouble?
Your mom is trouble, kid.

But she's fine, okay?
Now I want you guys to
go inside, lock the door,
and don't open the door
for anybody, okay?
Get in.

[RADIO CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY.]

Damn it.

[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]

[TELEPHONE RINGS IN DISTANCE.]

Is there a problem?
There shouldn't be.

Then again, you should
have dropped off that safe
like my grandma asked, so let's
just call this due diligence.

We had to protect ourselves.

She would have kept up her end.

If you say so.

Okay.

Your grandmother needs to sign.

Oh, don't worry.
I sign
everything on her behalf.

It looks like you know a
thing or two about that
'cause some of those property titles
have your signature on them.

I was Smurf's power of
attorney for awhile.

Mm.

Why you and not one of her sons?
Why you?
Phoenix doesn't have the patience.

Neither do my uncles.

[CHUCKLES.]

Here's the shirt.

No way was this the
only thing in that safe.

Finder's fee.

[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]

- Hey.
Hey, Craig.

- What?
Hey, uh, think you could
buy us some beer?
The guy at the Liquor Barn took my fake.

Well, then, just grab something
from the left of the counter.

The clerk's got a lazy eye.
It's easy.

Come on, man.
We just
We just need, like, a six pack, or two?
I mean, we can all share.

How long have you guys
been out here for?
A few hours.

For a six pack?
- Uh yeah?
- Jesus.

Come on, man.
Seriously,
like we need
[SIGHS.]

You know what? Screw it.

Let's do a party at
the Cody place, okay?
Yo Yo, really?
If you promise not to pull any
of that weak ass shit, sure.

Yeah.
W-Whatever you say, man.

All right, look, just bring
whatever you want
- and I'll handle the rest, okay?
- Okay.
All right.

Uh, hey, guys, party at the Cody house.

- Party at the Cody house!
- Whoo!
[GEARS SHIFT.]

[ENGINE TURNS OFF.]

[SIGHS.]

Can you hang out for like 20 minutes?
Yeah.

20 minutes, I promise.

[BEEPING.]

[GROANS.]

[BIRDS CHIRPING.]

[ROCK MUSIC PLAYS.]

[CELLPHONE VIBRATING.]

Yeah?
Pope Jesus, w-where
what's going on, man?
Where have you been?
Just, um, driving
swimming.

All right, well, look.

We, uh, we got the house back.

That's good, man.

Yeah, it's great.

Um, you know, I was thinking
maybe when you get back,
we could, uh, tear up
the basketball court,
put in a halfpipe or a
jacuzzi or something.

What do you think?
- Halfpipe?
- I mean, yeah.

Whatever you know, whatever we want.

The place is ours now.

Well, whatever you want.

CASSANDRA: Well, maybe we can go.

So, uh, when are you when are you
when are you thinking about coming back?
And then we can go and
it could be a surprise.

- Yeah.
That'd be awesome.

- Pope?
I got to go, Deran.

Dad got pissed at me this morning.

Why?
Cassie!
What the hell?
- Baby, you don't need to treat anybody
- What do you think you're doing?
- anybody like anything, okay?
- You know, I knew something was up
when you didn't answer your phone,
- so I pinged you.

- Liam
- Go wait in the car.

- Liam
- Go wait in the car.

- Dad!
- Don't look at her.
Just go.

- It's okay, baby.
It's okay, baby.

Go.
Go, go, go, go, go.

- I just wanted to see him.

- Oh, you want to see him?
Is that what you were doing in my pool
this morning trying to see him?
The neighbors saw you.

You are so screwed.

I can't wait to bring this up
- next time we're in front of a judge.

- You're an asshole.

Come on.
You're already
supposed to be there.

- Let's go.

- Liam, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry!
Oh, "I'm sorry.
"
[VOICE BREAKING.]
Screw you!
He's my son, too!

- [ROCK MUSIC PLAYS.]

- [VAN DOOR CREAKING.]


See, Janine? Surfing ain't so bad.


You know, you'd think this van
isn't built for a good time,
but somehow, when shit goes down,
it always offers you a handhold
right when you need it.

Oh, my God.

Do you ever stop talking?
Why would I?
You really live in here?
Yep.

Taking it for a run down
to Mexico next week.

You should come.

I can't.

Why not?
'Cause I got shit to do.

- Come on.

- Oh!
All work, no play?

I got to go.

Come on.
So soon?
Why?
You want to give me
another surfing lesson?
[CHUCKLES.]
Well, practice makes perfect.

I'll see you later.


Hope so.

MAN: I got my hat turned back
in you beat-up Chevy Nova ♪
Dirty sneakers on
your brand-new sofa ♪
[RAPPING INDISTINCTLY.]

'90s girls with the
Docs and the chokers ♪
Everybody getting choked up ♪
What's going on?
Well, we got the house back.

We may as well enjoy it, right?
Crazy passion, money and sex, y'all ♪
Crazy passion, money and sex, y'all ♪
No, thank you.

- Take it.

- I'm fine.

[SCOFFS.]

I'm gonna get it from the jump ♪
From the jump ♪
Is Deran coming over?
Who gives a shit?
Make a scene ♪
Call me Richie Tarantino ♪
My girl says that I
look like Jared Leto ♪
Nah, I really think I'm
more like Leo, hold up ♪
Chewing gum with my
mouth wide-open, yeah ♪
- What are you doing here?
- Getting Deran's shit out of my room.

And I play the jazz drum
like my name Ron Burgundy ♪
[BRAKES SQUEAL.]

[ENGINE STOPS.]

- Hey.

- Who are you?
[SCOFFS.]
You keeping my shit in there?
- [CHUCKLES.]
Your shit?
- [SCOFFS.]

Get up.

What's your problem?
My clients don't appreciate
coming down here to pick up.

- [CHUCKLES.]
You're Renn?
- Get up.

Oh!
- Oh, shit.

- Damn, dude.

Bitch! Aah!
Oh! [GROANS.]

- Get up!
- Oh!
Aah.

Back up.


Oh!

[GROANS.]

[ROCK MUSIC PLAYS.]

Pal, you Deran?

What's up?
Yo, Parker Freeman from Sun of a Beach.

[CHUCKLES.]

Cool spot.

Look, I think there may
have been some confusion
with my liquor order.

You ended up with a few of my boxes.

Yeah, there's no confusion.

Those are ours.

Like, I get it.
Ben's afraid of you.

But I don't know you
and I don't really care.

- I just want my shit back.

- I don't know what to tell you.

I got nothing to give you.

If it's about money, I'm down to
throw you some cash for them.

It looks like you could use it.

- That's funny.

- Yeah.

Yeah, I don't need your money.

Cool.
I'll just take my booze back.

Yeah, maybe I'll start with this.

[BOTTLES RATTLE.]

Get out of my bar.

[CHUCKLES.]

I'll see you around.


What was that about?
Nothing.
How did the thing go?
Good.
That's it.


Great.

Stash this in the safe at the house.

Uh, I was thinking we could keep
it here for a couple of days.

The house is a little crazy right now.

- What's going on?
- Craig.

Jesus.
All right.

You know what's up with him?
Yeah, I don't know.

You were right.

What we did for Pamela.
It worked.

I'm glad we got the house back.


You want a drink or something?
I can't.
I've got some stuff
to do before I meet Pete.

I think he's got a buyer.

[HARD ROCK MUSIC PLAYS.]

WOMAN: Come on!
[ALL CHEERING.]

[SNORTS.]

Haven't seen you around.

- [SNIFFLES.]
I've been busy.

- Busy?
- Uh-huh.

- Sounds boring.

Yeah, well, so is running low.

I'll see what I can get.

[ALL CHEERING.]

MAN: Yeah, baby! Whoo!
Yo, you want some of this?
Nah.
I'm good, dude.
Nah.

- You?
- Uh, no.
I'm good, man.

[MUMBLING.]
Pussies.

[FLAMES ROARING.]

- Yeah!
- [ALL CHEERING.]

Well, this is a bust.

Yo, let's go.

Yo! Party's moving.
Let's go.

Julia, Andrew?
Guys, you don't clean up
after yourselves anymore?

Andrew, Julia, I'm home.


Guys?

Andrew, Julia?
Hey, have you seen my kids?
Have you seen my kids?

[INSECTS CHIRPING.]

I know you said you
didn't want anything,
but I couldn't let you go empty-handed.

Is turkey okay?
Yeah.
Thanks.

Joshua Tree is 30 minutes away.

You should stop on your way east.

[SIGHS.]
So
that kid
he's your son?
Yeah.
Yeah.

And the guy
Liam.
My ex.

So, like
like, why isn't your
your kid with you?
Punishment.

For the divorce.

So why did you even let him take him?
Let Let him take him?
Is that that what you
think I'm I'm doing?
No, no.
I-I didn't mean
Yeah, because I have
I have tried everything
- that I could possibly try
- Wait.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.

and paid everything
that I could possibly pay.

I would do anything to have Henry back.

When I'm not with him, it's
like a part of me is missing.


Why am I even telling you this?
I don't even know you.

God.

Last night was fun, and
thank you for the ride,
- but you should go.

- Hey, listen.

[SIGHS.]
No.
I didn't mean it like
No, you don't get it! You don't get it.

[SNIFFLES.]

Please, just go.

[EXHALES SHARPLY.]


[DOOR CLOSES.]



Got to be one of the slowest
nights we've ever had.

[EXHALES SHARPLY.]

I can't believe people
want to go and drink
at a place called Sun of a Beach.

Eh, their drinks are cheap.

They're doing two for ones
every day of the week
- to bring in business.

- That's it?
What do you mean?
Well, I don't know.

Uh, I just can't imagine
customers taking off
over some happy hour bullshit.

It just doesn't make sense to me.

What's up?
[SIGHS.]

People shit-talking.

You know, it'll blow over.

No, I don't.
What What
are they talking about?
It's stupid, dude.
It
It doesn't even make sense.

Tommy, what are they talking about?
People are saying that
you and your brothers
"took care" of Adrian.

I mean, I know you said he's been
on that boat trip, man, but
[ITEM CLANGS.]

But what?
I don't know.
He's He's
just been gone awhile now.


Things feel different
since your mom's been gone.



Hey, have you seen two kids?
- What did they look like?
- A boy and a girl.

They They have dark
hair, 7 years old.

I'm sorry, I-I haven't.

Do you need help?
- Should we call the police?
- No.
No, no, no, no.
It's fine.

[TIRES SCREECH.]


Hey! Hey!
Excuse me, have you have
you ladies seen two kids,
brown hair? No?
Andrew, Julia!
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]

MAN: Yo, yo, Craig.

What What are we doing?
Oh, you're about to find out, man.

What are we gonna do?
- You gonna do something.

- No, no, no!
- Hey, hey, you're gonna fall.

- What are you
- What are you doing, man?
- Come on, you pussies.

Dude.

Hey, we're gonna go up there?
Are you gonna get up there, buddy?
- [INDISTINCT SHOUTING.]

- Come on.
Let's go.

Dude, no, no! It's not that deep, man.

- I don't think that's a good idea, dude.

- You're gonna fall.


Shit's changed, man.

[INDISTINCT SHOUTING.]

I used to do this shit with
my brothers all the time.

Yo, come on up, man!
- MAN: [AMPLIFIED VOICE.]
Please clear the pier.

- Shit.

- Cops, cops, cops, cops.

- Hey, Craig.

- Craig, Craig, Craig, Craig, come on.

- Come on.
Let's go.

- Please.
Let's get out of here.

- Yo! Yo, where are you going?
- OFFICER: Right now!
- Hey!
Everyone, move back to the boardwalk.

Goddamnit.

[SIREN CHIRPS.]

This is the Oceanside Harbor Patrol.

Stay where you are.
Stay where you are.

Do not jump.


[SIREN WAILING.]

- Mom!
- Jesus Christ!
Where the hell were you?
[SIGHS.]

I was so worried.

[SIGHS.]

Get up.

Oh!
What are you doing here?
Andrew called me.

Manny was supposed to be watching them.

Well, he left.
And they went out
looking for you and got lost.

- Called me from a pay phone.

- Andrew wanted to find you.

He was worried the man
was gonna hurt you.

- What man?
- The man who beat up Uncle Jake.

Max?
Okay.
Hey.

You guys don't have to
worry about him, okay?
Hey, why don't you
guys get ready for bed?
- I don't want to go to bed.

- Come on, come on.

- [GROANS.]

- You can take your pizza.

- Good night.

- Here.
Here you go.

- Come here.

- Good night, baby.

Good night, Andrew.
Bye, baby.

[SIGHS.]

They shouldn't have called you.

But I'm here now, so
So you can go.

Janine
I really don't want a lecture right now.

I'm not gonna give you one.

Okay.

Look, shit happens.

It's part of being a mom.

[SIGHS.]

Come on.

You need this more than I do.

[SIGHS.]

[ICE RATTLING.]

- A little heavy on the vodka.

- [CHUCKLES.]

Are you complaining?
So Manny just left them?
Yeah, looks that way.

[CHUCKLES.]

I'd hate to be his ass
when you see him again.

[CHUCKLES.]

Things come up and you
can always call me.


[SIGHS.]

[INSECTS CHIRPING.]

Shivering souls ♪
Come in from the cold ♪
With nothing to trade ♪
For your silver and gold ♪
But I've got a bad, bad feeling ♪
And I've got a bad,
bad feeling about this ♪
About this ♪
Curse the spire of lions ♪
And curse these wicked winds ♪
My heart's been hypnotized ♪
And my body is paper-thin ♪

[SCOFFS.]




Where's Pete?

You trying to pull some shit on me?
Okay, what what's going on?
I thought you were just too pussy
to hold the coke yourself.

Then some federale shows
up at my door today,
and I start putting
two and two together.

Wait, put what together? What
That you were trying to set me up!
Wait a minute.
I don't know
what you're talking about.

Who showed up?
What's going on?
DEA.

Livengood.

Oh, shit.

Well, did he find it?
No.
And he won't.
I got rid of it.

- What?
- Yeah.
It's gone.

I'm not going to federal prison
- for your bullshit.

- No, no, no.

You could have called me.

You could have told me about this.

You could have reached out.

I could have moved
You really want to tell me
what I could and couldn't do right now?
Hey, hey, listen, it's not my fault
that you have heat on you right now.

That's where you're wrong,
bro, is the heat's on you.

- What are you talking about?
- Yeah.

The only thing these guys seemed
to care about was Deran.





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