Animal Kingdom (US) (2016) s06e04 Episode Script

Inside Man

Julia, put some clothes on
around your brothers.
So, fourth date. Gotta ask
how does the owner of a dive
bar afford a place like this?
Frozen taquitos.
We're gonna keep doing the
whole sexy/mysterious thing.
If you want me to, sure.
Mr. Cody? Penny Dean.
I'm sorry. You're an attorney?
I handle a lot of our initial
consultations, Mr. Cody.
The partners here
trust me so can you.
I didn't ask for you to be
assigned to my cold-case unit.
Me neither. So, what do you got?
Catherine Belen.
Hi! Welcome!
- Whose bike is that?
- Hey, man, I just got clean, too.
- That shit's hard.
- Got to find ways to scratch that itch.
- Get your asses down! Hey!
- Be ready! Let's go!
- Take it easy, baby.
- Ever heard of Eddie Pham?
Real flashy dude, full of shit.
This diamond guy paid 80
grand for those just like that.
- So he's just sitting on cash?
- He doesn't just sell jewelry.
He makes it, too. A lot of it.
His brother knew that the shit was cut.
There's something off
between the two of them.
- I think we could use it.
- You really think one brother
would turn on another like that?
How much are we gonna get
for this Eddie Pham job?
It's hard to tell until
Craig scouts the place.
It depends if they do the
manufacturing on-site.
I need like 50K for my cut.
For your skate park?
Yeah. Cement ain't cheap.
I don't want to build a bowl.
Are you gonna charge people?
To skate?
How about if you make it a nonprofit?
That way, nothing has to change
and we can start pushing
money through it.
Nobody's paying, so it
already is a nonprofit.
So, is that a yes?
Did you even lock the door?
Nobody ever comes in here.
Love the ambiance.
It's very romantic.
How long does it take you
to sell all this booze?
I don't know. A couple months.
I guess the place is pretty packed.
People like to drink.
I don't think it's the booze.
I think it's you.
See, you're kind of like
the man around here
the beach, in town.
Everyone knows you.
Who's J?
My nephew.
You know, it feels like I'm the only one
who doesn't know anything about you.
Just come when you call, then I leave.
The sex is great,
but I can get that in San Diego.
So, what do you want?
More than this.
Come on. I'm not asking for much.
I just want to get to know you better.
And go someplace nice.
Yeah, well, I'll come down
to San Diego or something.
Thank you.
Oh, shit. Gotta go.
- Morning.
- Morning.
You gonna get that?
Oh, my God.
What are you doing here, man?
Holding boundaries. I like that.
Nah, man, I was, uh, headed to the shop.
Thought I'd come by to check
on you, see how you're doing.
Mm? Nah, I'm doing good.
- Okay?
- Yeah.
Hey, uh, I was thinking
about what you said,
- about wanting to move.
- Mm-hmm?
I think it's a good idea.
Old places keep you in old habits.
Hey, Vince.
Thanks, hon.
- You want one?
- No.
I'm gonna take a shower.
- What? Now?
- Yeah. Now.
So, what's up, man?
Buddy of mine is renting out his condo.
Thought you might wanna check it out.
- Where?
- Over by the golf course.
Yeah, that's kinda far from the beach.
And all the bullshit that come with it.
Yeah, I dunno, man.
When you get sober, shit has to change.
You know that.
You said this used to be
your brother's place, right?
Lotta history.
Hard to let go.
Sometimes, that's what it takes.
I'm having a poker game later.
You should come on by.
Frank will be there, and he can
tell you all about the place
while I take your money.
Yeah, well, we'll see about that.
- All right, I'm out, man.
- Yeah, bro, man.
- What am I looking at?
- My future, I think.
- I want to buy it.
What do you think?
Can you afford it?
I can get a loan.
One of the partners thinks
I have a crush on him.
He co-signed my car.
He can make this happen.
What does your husband think about that?
Do you really care
what my husband thinks?
Some minor renovations, the
place should fill up pretty fast.
I'm not planning to rent it out.
A developer's buying
up most of the block,
gonna build an outdoor mall.
I figure I hold on to this,
and it's only a matter of time
before someone gives me an offer.
Where'd you find out
a mall's being built?
It's not public, but one of
our clients is an investor.
You looked through a client's file?
I'm a secretary, J. I get bored.
There's a better option,
if you're interested.
I am.
Tear it down, build a parking lot.
That way, when the mall's built,
you can make your money
back within a year.
Then if they decide to expand,
they're gonna be forced to buy you out.
Okay. Yeah. That's a much better idea.
I have to get to work.
Hey, uh, can I take you out to
dinner tonight, as a thank-you?
You don't have to do that.
You just gave me a million-dollar idea.
I kinda do.
Okay, sure.
Great. I'll text you.
I thought Gia got all of those.
Nah. That would have been a waste.
Brains need shit like
this for school and stuff.
Here, come on.
Does it have any programs?
Yeah. Here.
Check it out.
That's pretty cool, right?
Mari, come on.
My guy is waiting for the cars.
He's ready to pay out.
- Mm.
- You wanna try a game?
They're in this folder right there.
Hey, Smurf.
I thought we sold those to Gia.
- Uh
- Baz saved one. For me.
- It wasn't up to him.
- It was his job.
Where's your brother?
- Church.
- Again?
He likes it.
Lunch is ready.
Hey, Smurf
Smurf, I'll pay you back, okay?
- With what?
- I'll find something.
Well, I hope so, because
my job just went to shit.
Got bills to pay.
What happened?
Mari and Lorenzo got cold feet.
You don't need Mari or Lorenzo.
- We can do it.
- Just the two of us?
Julia and Andrew, too.
We can figure it out.
Thank you.
You should eat up.
Hey. What's this?
A request for a warrant in
the Catherine Belen case,
for Andrew Cody's house.
Oh, yeah? On what cause?
Lena Blackwell told me that the
night her mother went missing,
she fell asleep and woke up
in her Uncle Pope's truck.
And this "Uncle Pope" is Andrew Cody?
Yeah. I think he was the last person
to see Catherine Belen alive.
- And Lena told you this?
- Yes.
Was it the day you picked
her up from school
or the one you took her for ice cream?
- I asked a couple questions.
- Damn it, Louise.
You spoke to a child without
her parents' consent.
Her father is dead, and somebody
buried her mother in the desert.
Well, her adoptive parents,
then. And they're pissed.
Okay, so I'll send them a fruit basket.
Shut up!
I had dinner with Jim
Sandoval last night,
and he told me all about what you did.
I don't need any of that bullshit here.
How was church, baby?
You didn't say I couldn't go.
I told you it was a waste of your time.
But you keep going.
Is it a girl?
Someone you like there?
What kind of girls do you like?
- I don't know.
- Curvy? Tall?
You like beachy girls?
Don't be embarrassed. It's normal.
Although, that church of yours
would tell you differently.
Don't go back there, okay?
They'll just make you hate yourself.
And I love you too much for that.
Man, I would have killed for a place
like this when we were kids.
This is sick.
Looks great, Pope.
Nice. Looks like the groms dig it.
You did this all by yourself?
Me and Auge.
- Who?
- Guy I pay.
We should get him on the payroll.
I pay him in cash.
Hey. Time's the meeting?
You gonna go dressed like that?
And I got a Maybach.
Okay. Why'd you get the Maybach?
Because kiss-ass jewelry
designers like Eddie Pham
give a shit what you ride up in.
Can't just be pulling up in a Hyundai.
- Where did you get it?
- Stole it. What do you think?
Loaned it from Brad.
Well, what'd you tell Brad?
Nothing, man, all right?
Jesus. I'm out.
- Oof.
- Oof.
You got insurance on this place?
I don't need insurance.
I think he would say otherwise.
I didn't tell that guy to come here.
Yeah, but you didn't ask him to leave.
That makes you responsible
if anything were to happen.
All of our assets are tied
together at this point.
Anything happens to
you, it happens to us.
Starting to sound like him.
Just saying.
Welcome, Mr. Smith. Prosecco?
- Uh, do you have anything virgin?
- Pellegrino, in the tall glass.
Thank you.
I've written it off ♪
Real the flow is diamond,
I still dip it in gold ♪
So you better watch your
whylin', never listen at all ♪
Nah, it's pissin' me off ♪
I kick those and cock that,
reload and drop that ♪
For the fo', we get mo',
grab the po', we kick back ♪
I'm still trippin' on you ♪
Ask me 'bout my plans,
I'ma tell you what I do ♪
I'm a girl that find a man, so
I'm not waitin' on your move ♪
Maybe we can move slow, baby ♪
And I'm still trippin' on you ♪
Ask me 'bout my plans,
I'ma tell you what I do ♪
I'm a girl that find a man, so
I'm not waitin' on your move ♪
Maybe we can move slow, baby ♪
I call that one "The Flow."
The Flow? Right on.
Eddie Pham.
Caleb Smith.
Oh ♪
So, what do you want, Caleb Smith?
Looking for some rings.
You roll with a palladium ring,
people will say, "Is that platinum?"
They'll Google that shit and find out.
That, uh
Palladium's at, uh,
$25.65 an ounce today.
Platinum's at $12.25.
Sorry about him. Anyway,
they'll find out that the piece
and the man wearing it
is worth twice what they thought.
Let's make this happen, all right?
I'm all cash, so let's do it.
Next step is Arthur here.
He makes a mold of your hand.
Don't worry. That face
of his ain't contagious.
- Nah, man, he's all right.
- Eh, you don't have to be polite.
I mean, Frankenstein wears a mask
of my brother on Halloween.
Then we use a 3-D printer to make
the exact contours of the piece.
You and me sit down and talk design.
And that all happens in here?
All production is done on-site.
Every last carat.
Then nothin' will come your way ♪
It's for you.
- This my salary?
- Mm-hmm.
It's 20 grand. Where's the rest of it?
In our bank account. Safe.
I wanted to talk to you about that.
I've been doing some research.
I think we should look
into setting up a trust,
give us some tax protection.
Or we could keep it in the storage unit.
IRS doesn't know about it.
We all have access to it.
Yeah, but sitting on money
is wasting money
when it should be working for us.
- What? Like stocks?
- Stocks, bonds, hedge funds.
The trust can do everything.
So, we're back on allowance?
Yeah, but only to build capitol.
All of our names will be on it.
We'll make all the decisions together.
Well, Pope won't give a shit,
but Craig's gonna be pissed
he's back on allowance.
Do you want me to talk to him?
No, I'll talk to him.
Excuse me, hon?
Where's the, uh, restroom?
Uh, turn right, and it's on your left.
Mr. Smith.
Hey, I was just looking
for the bathroom.
Uh, restroom's right down there.
You know, I thought I missed it.
Is that why you were
looking for cameras?
Excuse me?
You can't see 'em, but they're there.
Just like the floor sensors
on those stairs.
I just missed a turn. That's all.
Bro, I'm about to drop 50 grand.
Not anymore.
When Saul saw God,
he knew he was wrong for all
the sins that he had committed,
and he didn't feel like he
was worthy of God's grace.
Have any of you ever felt that way?
I certainly have.
Uh, sometimes I yell at my mom.
I-I feel bad later when she,
like, acts like nothing happened.
Yeah. Huh. How about you, Andrew?
Uh, yeah.
I have bad thoughts.
We all have bad thoughts, Andrew.
And sometimes, we do bad things.
But if you ask for forgiveness,
you will always receive God's grace.
You feel comfortable sharing
some of those thoughts?
It's open.
- Welcome.
- Thanks.
I'm, uh I'm Andrew's brother, Barry.
- I'm just here to pick him up.
- All right.
Well, we're not quite finished yet.
Oh, well, uh, I don't mind waiting.
Okay, well, why don't you
grab a seat and join us?
- We got pizza on the way.
- All right.
Introduce me to your friends.
Really like your jacket.
Oh, thanks, man. Franklin, huh?
Like a hundred-dollar bill.
He must be the one buying the pizzas.
- Excuse me, Barry.
- Sorry, Father.
Well, let's open up our Bibles.
So, when Saul understood God's love,
scales fell from his eyes.
Production's on-site, but there's
no chance we're getting in there.
What's the setup?
Total lockdown.
Cameras, floor sensors,
bio-locks, everything.
So, we'll go in through
the side or the basement.
It's a no-go. Walls are poured concrete.
Security isn't messing around, either.
It took them 30 seconds to find me
looking for the bathroom
in the wrong place.
They gotta have a file cabinet
with every jewel in the world
arranged by carat or something.
Look, man, all I know is that
they left 50 grand on the table.
All right, they took a
picture of my face,
so I can't go back, so that's it.
What about the brother? Did you see him?
Yeah. They treat him like dog crap.
- That's our in.
- Yeah, I don't think so.
- Yeah, well, you got a better idea?
- Yeah. We find another job.
- I gotta go.
- Where?
The gym. I got shit to do.
- We're not done here.
- Yeah? Well, I am.
Whatever the hell's going
on between you two,
you need to work it out.
Why are you so sure the
brother's the way in?
Screwed him once, he'll do it again.
Yeah, but it's his brother.
His half-brother.
Eddie's father remarried
and moved to California.
He left Arthur in Vietnam.
Arthur only came over here
when he was an adult,
so he's never really been
considered part of the family.
Let me talk to him. All right?
Talk to him.
You didn't need to pick me up.
Hey, you needed a ride home.
Okay, fine. Smurf's
pissed you went back.
Made me come get you.
You could have told her no.
Come on, Andrew.
What's the big deal about
this place anyway?
They listen to me,
- care what I think.
- Hey, I care. Smurf cares.
Okay, fine, she doesn't really
care what any of us think.
- She cares what you think.
- Sometimes.
- I don't want you here.
- Why?
Everyone likes you.
I want this to be my thing.
I don't really wanna be around
any of this church shit anyway.
I was just trying to do something
to get Smurf off my ass.
What did you do?
I gave Julia one of the computers.
I was just doing something
nice for her, you know?
She really misses school.
Hey, come on.
Let's go home, get some
beers, take a swim.
- What's that about?
- What's up, man?
Just let me skate!
Oh. Punks already think
they own the place.
- Aah!
- Goddamn it.
Do what? You're real hard now, huh?
Get up! Get up!
- What the hell, man?!
- You get the hell out of here.
What?! What did I do?
I didn't do anything.
- What's your problem?
- That was your fault.
Bullshit. They were the
ones that started it.
- They don't respect you.
- Oh, come on, man.
What do you want me to do?
There's three of them.
This is not a boxing match.
There's no referee.
You pick up the board and
swing it, or you get out.
Get out!
- What? What do you want?
- Hey.
- Oh!
- You want some?!
- Yo.
- Bro, chill.
- We're good.
- Yeah.
It's got original tile in
both bathrooms, too.
Yeah, sounds sweet, man.
Yeah, you tell him about the part
where he has to take his shoes off
before he walks inside?
Got 100-year-old oak
flooring throughout.
I refinished them myself, so
Hey, man, that sounds good and all.
I'm just not sure I wanna move.
He has a house on the beach.
Lot of eye candy. Lot of temptation.
- Feels hard to make that change.
- Yeah. Okay.
- But she won't wait forever, bro.
- Nope.
Not a good day for ol' Chop.
So, how'd you get that name, anyway?
Chop doesn't appreciate
people flipping him off.
- Jesus Christ.
- What's up?
I went to the gym,
- and they said you were here.
- Who are you?
I'm his brother.
Yeah, that's Deran.
What's up, man?
I heard a lot about you. I'm Vince.
Can we talk? Outside?
Just deal me out.
What the hell are you
even doing here, man?
Said you were gonna be at the gym.
- Are you kidding me?
- We're planning a job,
and you're playing cards with a
bunch of random biker dudes
we don't even know.
Vince is my sponsor.
He's been looking out for me.
- Oh, he's looking out for you? Okay.
- Yeah.
- Could be a cop.
- But he's not a cop.
How do you know that?
Because I'm not sloppy like you, Deran.
The hell are you even doing here, huh?
- I just wanted to talk to you.
- You wanna talk?
- Yeah.
- All right. Well, talk.
You're not picking up your phone.
You're leaving family meetings.
You're acting all different.
I don't even recognize you anymore, man.
Everything okay? We're
about to start a new hand.
Yeah, man, we're fine.
Hey, man, you're welcome
to play if you want.
Deran was just leaving.
Hey, Arthur.
I told you I never wanted
to see you again.
I know.
What do you want?
I wanna rip off your brother.
And you want my help?
Why would I do that?
'Cause he treats you like shit.
You do all the work,
and he ridicules you in
front of other people.
A guy like that doesn't
deserve loyalty or respect,
and you know that.
That's why you let the
chopped stones go by.
You wanted to hurt him.
You don't know anything. We're partners.
- It's a family business.
- Partners?
Look at that house.
You're living here,
while Eddie's living in that
big house in Laguna Beach,
and you think you're partners?
Call me when you're ready to
start looking out for yourself.
Why are we here, Smurf?
Because it's time that you all grew up
and focused on what really matters.
This family.
I've got a lead on a job,
and I want all of us to do it.
Andrew's still on probation.
Doesn't matter, 'cause we're
not gonna get caught, right?
There's 1,000 bucks in
it for each one of you.
What is it?
A house.
Whose house?
God's house.
The rectory.
- What?
- No.
Baz already scoped it out.
It's got all of those silver
crosses and all the rest.
It's It's a really good haul,
and we need the money.
- So?
- You know,
you're the reason that he's like this.
There is nothing wrong
with your brother.
Baz, come on. I know you see it.
Yeah, I mean, he's always
been like that, right?
This is bullshit.
Your brother seemed upset.
Everything okay?
Yeah, man. It's just some business shit.
What kind of business?
Look, don't worry, man, all right?
I can handle my brother.
Still stressful.
Family, everything is personal,
everything's a trigger, all right?
Gotta make a living, though, right?
There's other ways of making a living.
All I'm saying is it don't
have to be with family.
- Thanks for the game. All right?
- Yeah. For sure.
You okay?
You know, we don't have to do it.
If we all told Smurf no,
she couldn't make us.
Think the trust is a good idea.
I think you should go for it.
And things are gonna
change, like you said.
You think Craig's okay with it?
He'll come around to it eventually.
He always does.
What are you doing later?
You wanna get a drink or something?
I can't. I got plans.
This is my uncle Deran.
You have another one?
So? What you got for us?
There's no way I can
get you into the store.
Security checks me, too.
And my brother pays
them to be there 24/7.
- What about deliveries?
- Armed courier.
Same ones every time.
Only people Eddie trusts.
And if you show up instead
of his regular courier,
security would drop you on the spot.
Well, shit.
If you're gonna do this,
you're gonna have to do it off-site.
Do you know who Brock Fellows is?
- The singer?
- Yeah.
Super Bowl halftime show and all that?
- Yeah.
- He's throwing a birthday party
for his girlfriend in two weeks,
and he's renting a few of
Eddie's favorite pieces
as "decoration."
How much total in pieces?
If you got all of it, at least 750K.
You could get us into this party?
No. All I can tell you
is when and where.
- And what's your end?
- 50%.
30%. It's time to take
care of myself, right?
25%, and we'll guarantee you 50 grand.
Keep the phone. We'll be in touch.
I got off pretty easy.
I mean, only six months probation.
- How old were you?
- Uh, 15.
I just had to have that lipstick.
And I almost got away with it, too.
I was halfway out the door
when the security guard grabbed me.
Did he take you into the back room?
Oh, yeah. You been in it?
No. I just I just heard about it.
Well, anyway, I threw up,
and then I told them
everything immediately.
What about you? Any peak
high school moments?
No. I mostly studied.
What a nerd.
Oh. Shit. I'm gonna have
to get this dry-cleaned.
Dressing up was your idea.
I thought we were going somewhere nice.
This is nice. I mean, look at that view.
Sure. Sure, it's great.
I didn't I didn't need
to wear a suit, though.
Yeah, you did. I wanted
to see you in one.
I knew you'd look good.
Aren't you gonna tell
me I look good, too?
I told you, they have the best
calamari outside of Spain.
Are you ready for dessert?
I think we still need a minute.
I'll take another one of these, please.
- Thank you.
- Bad boy.
We're almost done with dinner.
You have said five
words the entire time.
I thought we were gonna
get to know each other.
Okay. What do you want to know?
All right.
Have you ever been in a
serious relationship before?
All right. For how long?
Thank you.
There's too much smoke to see it ♪
A long time.
There's too much broke to feel this ♪
Well, I love you, I love you ♪
So, what happened?
My mom wanted to kill him.
There's too much smoke to see it ♪
I would say your mom sounds like a trip.
So, where is she now?
I love you, I love you ♪
And all of your pieces ♪
I gotta piss.
What a world, right?
Look at that.
Used to be these fairies
had their own places to go,
but now, it's right in our faces.
It wasn't like that
when I was growing up.
Back then, someone would do something.
Like what?
You know, straighten them out.
There's too much smoke to see it ♪
There's too much broke to feel this ♪
I'll get one of them to come
in the back alley with me.
You can follow behind.
We can have some fun.
There's too much broke to feel this ♪
I love you, I love you ♪
Just don't pussy out
like a little bitch.
And all of your pieces ♪
History's a letter made of scarlet ♪
Can you come outside
with me for a second?
I need you.
We'll talk later.
- Go stand over there.
- What?
I don't want to do it here.
Go stand over there.
- Why?
- Just do it.
Let's do this.
What are you doing?
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- Hey.
- What? Come on.
- Deran.
Oh, my God.
Oh, God!
Deran, what are you doing?!
- Stop!
- You want a piece of me?
Is that what you wanted?
Deran. You gotta stop.
That guy's a piece of shit.
- You're here early.
- Just been couch surfing.
My friend kicked me out
to be with this chick.
You're really good, you know?
I don't know about that.
Look, I just wanted to say thank
you for the advice yesterday.
You know, if you ever need any
help, you can just let me know.
You don't have to work to come here.
I don't have anything today.
But maybe tomorrow.
But if you work, you get paid, got it?
Tomorrow, then.
How much longer I gotta do this?
As long as I need you to.
- This is bullshit.
- No, it's not.
Go back tomorrow. Keep me posted, okay?
Put some ice on that eye.
All right.
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