Animal Kingdom (US) (2016) s06e07 Episode Script


- I hurt someone.
I put a pillow over her face.
You can't be here, Andrew.
Hi, Amy.
Who's that?
He's just a kid from my skate park.
It was good to see you, Andrew.
You can't be here.
- Noah's back.
- Do you want me to leave?
- You're dealing again?
- This is about me making my own money!
But I didn't know you'd
also be a shitty mother.
Renn left and took Nick.
- Well, she'll come back.
- Yeah, I don't know.
Come on.

You were supposed to meet me tonight.
I got sidetracked watching TV.
Don't you ever let it happen again.
What, do you got, like,
a convenience store
- to rob?
- You know what, man? You need to check
your leader-of-the-pack
bullshit you're playing now.

It's got the gate code and
where the cameras are
- and everything.
- This is great, Taylor.
Good. 'Cause I'm done.

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 ♪
I know what you do
when you're sad and lonely ♪
I know what you do
when you love her only ♪
I know what you do when ♪

A lotta burritos.
POPE: Yeah, it's for the skate park.
Some of those kids
don't get much to eat.
You know, the, um the
skate-park-nonprofit idea?
You don't have to collect money or
- J, we talked about it, man.
- Okay, hear me out.
We can We can put money through it,
- but structure it as donations.
We don't have to take
any money from anyone.
Which means, we can put like 100 grand,
maybe more, through it a year.
POPE: Hey. Hey, there.
You got my message?
No, I was
I was [CHUCKLES] pretty
surprised to see you, too.
Sure, Carlsbad.
7:30. I'll see you there.
J: Is that your friend?
- On the phone, was that
- Yeah.
- Well?
- It was.
She's, uh
We're gonna have dinner.
- That's great.
- Yeah.
[SIGHS] Holy shit.
You know what, man?
Print up the paperwork
for the nonprofit thing.
- I'll sign it.
- Really?
I'm in.

Jesus. Julia
What time is it?
I had a dream about you.
Are you sure everyone's asleep?

[GROANS] Oh, my God.
What's the matter?
Just a little sore.
Who'd you get in a fight with?
Some douchebag at the beach?
- No, my brother whupped my ass.
You and Craig are about
the same age, right?
That must have been fun.
Well, kid was an asshole,
and he still is.
BRITTANY: Yeah! Yeah!

- You okay?
- CRAIG: Yeah, yeah.
BRITTANY: You sticking around today?
No, I gotta refit the weights.
And then I'm gonna take
lunch and see my kid.
- Your kid?
- Yeah.
- I didn't know you had a kid.
- Yeah.
Boy or girl?
Wow. Is he, like, old?
No. Why would you say that?
I don't know. Just asking.
I'm gonna take a shower, okay?

- Hey! Look at me. Pay attention.
Pay attention. You know
who I am. Right? Right?!
I tolerated this shit at first.
Now I hear you're edging up,
got some big load coming in.
That ain't gonna work for me.
You're gonna bring it all to the park
and put it in the trash
cans by the swing.
Then we'll talk about
getting your kid back.
No! No! No!
No! Nick!



- It's all right.
- Deran.
Office, now.
- What? Why?
- Now! Let's go! Now!

- Guns, man. You got guns?
- What?
- Guns! Do you have guns?
- What are you talking about?!
What do you mean? Yeah, yeah, I do.
W-What's going on? Jesus.
Nick, man. They they took him.
- What do you mean? Who took him?
- Renn she got a big load in.
And then they rolled her,
and then they took Nick
so they could trade him for the coke.
Shit, man.
- Took my son, man!
- Cut it off! Stop!
- Took my son!
Take a breath! Slow down.
Okay? Breathe. We're gonna get him back.
Is Renn okay?
- Beat up, man, but she's all right.
- Have you talked to Pope or J?
No, he's not answering his phone.
And I'm not calling J.
Okay, okay. It's fine.
We'll get him back.
The guns are in the
safe. I'll drive. Okay?
Come on.
- MAN: All right.
- Free food.
MAN #2: Pass one over here.
Thank you.
Yo, I see your plan, man.
Fill everyone's stomachs
so you can have this thing to yourself?
They looked hungry, that's all.
Yo, you win the lottery
or something, man?
- Ha!
- You seem happy.
No, I got a date tonight.
No shit.
Who's the lucky lady?
A friend from church.
Oh, right on, dude!
I used to have good luck
with church girls, man.
Not like that, though.
Like Where are you taking her?
Uh, I don't know. Some
new place in Carlsbad.
She picked it.
Okay. Is it dark?
It's got to be dark, man.
And no loud music, or you
can't have a conversation.
Has it got private tables?
I don't know.
Yo, find out, bro. Game changer.
Come on, man.
Is there something up with your phone?
I'm married, okay?
And that thing that
thing the other night?
That was stupid and dangerous,
and it's never gonna happen again.
- Okay, well, spend the day with me.
- Jesus, J.
Hey, if you want me to go to the
grocery store, I need money.
Um, Cindy. This is J.
He's a client from the firm,
and he's come to sign some paperwork.
J, this is my sister, Cindy.
Hey, Cindy.

I want change and a receipt.
Bye, J.

I didn't know you lived
with your sister.
You don't know a lot of things about me.
I know that your husband's car
hasn't moved for a couple weeks.

Come on. One day.

Give me a few minutes.


- Are you bored?
- What?
So, um
this is like a big RadioShack
or something?
No, it's more like a
Target for electronics.
You can barely keep your eyes open.
I just, you know,
couldn't sleep last night.
You no-showed on the last job
I tried to bring you in on.
Are you gonna shit the
bed on this one, too?
I want you to run this one.
Yeah, if you can get
a good night's sleep
and keep your head in the game.

He's out.


POPE: Excuse me. You got a second?
We don't open until 2:00.
Can you turn that down a little?
[SIGHING] Oh, man.
What can I help you with, buddy?
I got a date here tonight.
So, like you got any secluded tables?
Eh, sorry.
No? What about, like, maybe
something that's removed
from the bar area that's
that's not so noisy.
Anything like that?
If you're looking for
the steak-house vibe,
you might want to try AJ's
- in Del Mar.
- I can't. She picked this place.
So if you had, like
a special table that's
a little bit quieter
so we could, like, hear each other,
that would really help me out.
- What time's your date?
- 7:30.
Okay, well, I'm working dinner tonight,
so just leave me your name.
I'll find a mellow table
and try and hold it for you.
And I'll see what I can
do about the music.
No shit.
WOMAN: Excuse me.
I'm so sorry to bother you.
A-Are you Pope?
Who's asking?
I'm Louise.
I followed you from the skate park.
I'm Taylor's mom.
Have you seen him, by any chance?
No, not in a few days.
Is he all right?
I don't know.
He came to the house, and
we had a fight, and I said some things.
He really looks up to you.
He said that you took
him to the hospital,
and that was very kind of you.
Do you think you can
help me look for him?

POPE: I'll go in and see if he's here.
I'll be right back.

- Hey, you seen that Taylor kid?
- Mnm-mnm.
POPE: Hey, any of you
guys seen that kid Taylor
that fell down at the park with the cut?
You know who I'm talking
about? None of you?

[SIGHS] Sorry. Nobody's seen him.
Maybe we could go look somewhere else.
Did Did he mention any
friend or something maybe?
Do you need to take a call?
Hold on a sec.
- Hey.
- Hey, is everything all right?
look, I don't think
tonight's gonna work.
Are you sure? I mean, we could
we could start earlier
or later if you want
or or I could find a new place.
It's not that. It's just
Look, this is hard, Andrew.
Look, I got to go. I'm helping
this lady find her kid.
I'm sorry. What?
It's super-loud in here.
I said, I got to go. I'm helping
this lady find her kid.
You know what? It's fine. I'm sorry.
- What?
- Just forget I said anything.
I'll I'll see you at 7:30.
I'm sorry. I'm excited.
Okay. I'll I'll see you tonight.
Okay. All right. Bye.
I'm so sorry.
You're probably busy,
and I'm holding you up.
Do you think, is is there another
place we could go and try
You know what? You're
right. I am really busy.
Okay, fine. We can just try maybe
This is a good day for me.
I don't have many good days.
You're disrupting it.
- Sure. We can just go
- I'm gonna take you to your car now.
Oh. Here, baby. I brought you these.
I thought you were up.
Use up all the hot water?
I think it's normal for kids your age
to take long showers.
I was thinking.
I-I don't care what
you do in the shower.
That's the church's job Pope.
Baz started calling me that.
Have you noticed anything different
about Julia and Baz lately?
Like what?
I don't know.
They seem closer.
They've been hanging out a lot
without you.
You know, we're all family. I
I don't want you to feel left out.
I don't.
That's good.

Look at my handsome boy.

CRAIG: Renn.


[SIGHS] Craig.

Craig, Craig
Do you know who did this, Renn?
- Craig
- Do you know who did this?

God damn it, Renn.
- I told you that this would happen.
- I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
- Craig.
- Please.
- It's all right.
- All right, look.
I'm gonna get our son back, okay?
I'm gonna come with
you guys, and I'll fix it.
- I promise.
- Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Renn, look at me.
Look at me.
You stay here, all right?
Can you do that for me?
Can you do that?
I promise you, I'm gonna
get our son back, all right?

Who did this?
- Cole Lidden.
- Cole Lidden?
Nazi dude, white-power tats.
Moves weight around here.
Okay. Where do we find him?
I know a dealer he works with.
All right. Lead us, show us.
- Let's go. Come on.
- Let's go. Lead the way.

Wow! You're a natural.
Texas girl. What do you expect?
How long has your sister lived with you?
Sorry if, uh
if she seemed rude.
She seemed high.

Um, my mom was an addict.
Did she Did she ever get clean?

It's hard.
You know, at first, you're pissed,
and then you accept it,
and then you're just a caregiver
and then you forget you're
supposed to have your own life.

She's my sister.
I'm, uh I'm gonna
help her through it.
Can we go?
I'm, uh getting hungry.
yeah, sure.
Look, the drivers always go inside.
They're never in for
less than 3 minutes.
Plenty of time to lift a truck.
I need two guys on the
truck and a lookout.
Really good job, baby.
Well done.
I gotta go pick up Craig
and Deran from school.
- Can I have your keys?
- Yeah.
You gonna come with me?
Uh, no, I'm gonna hang out here.

Bye, Julia.


What's up, uso?
- Can I get an 8?
- 8 what?
8 years 'cause you a cop?
I ain't a cop.
Hey, shit, take it.
I don't want to get shot.
I ain't gonna run. I ain't gonna run.
CRAIG: Let's go. Come on.
You're coming with us.
Let's move.

Open the door.
- The hell are you doing?
- Taking him.
Taking me where?
We're gonna go and see your buddy Cole.
- Cole? Oh, hell
- Get in the car.
You're out of your mind!
Get in the car and follow us! Come on.
Sit down!

CRAIG: All right. Where are we going?
- PENNY: Well?
- J: Okay.
PENNY: Texas girl, I told you.
From the kitchen Kobe beef sliders
and the chef's take on
chile verde nachos.
Thank you.
- Damn, you were hungry.
- They keep bringing it out,
so I might as well keep eating it.
Sorry I was a bitch earlier.
What? No. No. It's all good.
It's been a while since I've
been out to have some fun.
So, why do they love you here so much?
Um, well, my family has
a stake in this place.
We helped them get set up.
That's actually one of
the owners right there.
I'll be right back. I'm gonna
I'm gonna go say "thanks" to the chef.
It's pretty busy out there.
Yeah. It could be busier.
- You got enough to eat?
- You're late.
Right. Well, I'm doing my best
to keep you happy out there.
You think you can just
pay us in free appetizers?
Dude, we're getting there.
No need to call in your uncle.
DREW: Oh! You broke my nose!
You came to us, remember?
- I'm sorry.
- No, don't be sorry.
- Be on time.
- Okay.

I left you one.
- Thank you.
What did you get on your sleeve?
Oh, shit. God damn it.
Must have been ketchup or
something from the kitchen.
[SIGHS] Do you want another drink?
Cole lives in there?
No. I said this is where he hangs out.
Yeah? You been inside?
I picked up from here this morning.
Where's the front door lead to?
Stairway going up.
Up to what?
Meth lab on the left, and then a lounge
and a couple bedrooms down the hall.
There's a car stashed in
the back under a tarp.
Looks like Renn's Jeep.
Okay. Get out of the car.
We got it from here.
Anybody shows up after
us, lay down the horn.
This guy does anything stupid,
you can shoot him.
Give me the shotgun.

You okay?
- Ready.
- Let's be smart. We'll get him.
- Let's go. Come on.
- Let's go.

Yeah, let's go.



Shh, shh!
Quiet. Shh! Shh! Shh!
Where's the kid?
Where's the kid? Quiet.

- Right this way.
- Thanks.
- Sorry. Traffic.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Oh, that's okay. I was I
- I just got here.
- All right.
Thank you.
Thanks for coming.
I invited you.
Yeah, okay, well thanks anyways.
- You look good.
- Oh
You look like you've been working out.
So do you.
I mean, you look you look good.
You look great.
We got a good table.
It's so loud over there.
It's nice.

- DERAN: Locked?
- Go around.
Cover me.


- Don't move. Don't move.
- Don't move!
- You don't move.
Put it down, man. Who the hell are you?
Back away from the kid.
Drop the gun and get
out of here. I mean it!
Put the gun down!
- Hey, Deran! Deran.
- Get out of here!
- Do not shoot, Deran!
- Get out of here!
You keep walking, and I'll kill you.

Stay there!
Yeah, I'm okay. I'm okay.
Don't move.
Get Nick.
All right.
Hi, baby.
- It's okay.
- CRAIG: Take him out of here.
Come on. Let's go. He's okay.
Take Nick out of here, Deran.
Come on. It's okay. It's okay.
This ain't over. [LAUGHS]
Come on. Help me with this.
I was afraid you weren't
gonna show up to this.
I was pretty nervous.
I mean, I thought about not coming.
But I wanted to see you again.
And, um
I owe you an apology.
I mean, I expect God to forgive
me the way He promised,
but I know that He asks
that I do the same.
And I judged you.
When what I should have
done was forgiven you.
It's God's place to judge you,
not mine, not anyone's.
Forgive me.
Please forgive me.
Oh, you didn't do anything wrong.
I did.

How's Renn doing?
Yeah. She's all right,
man. She's asleep.

Take my car.
You don't have to do that.
No, it's fine. I need to
I'm gonna take a walk or something.
Take 'em.

Watch the rib, watch the
Thank you, man.

Go be with Nick.
- I'll see you tomorrow.
- Yeah.

PENNY: I wish I brought my suit.
You don't need one.
Yeah, 'cause that wouldn't be awkward
the next time I see your uncles.
Everybody does it.
So, are you gonna tell me
about the stake you have
in that restaurant?

Do you really want to know?
I don't know. Do I?

Am I talking to someone
who works for, uh, Neimann,
Livingston, and Kohl?
- We are a fiduciary.
- But you're not a lawyer.
Fair enough.

Is that why you wanted me to come today,
a peek-behind-the-curtain,
flinch-test sort of thing?
I wanted you to come
today 'cause I like you.

I like you, too.

This house must have
been great growing up.

POPE: You gonna let me pay next time?
AMY: As friends?
Of course. As friends.
Yeah, I think I'm ready for that.
I'm sorry. I-I waited
as long as I could.
Um, I'm I'm Louise.
Pope was helping me look
for my son earlier today.
Oh, yeah. He told me about that.
I'm Amy. Did you find him?
- I'm sorry.
- No.
I-I left my phone in your car,
and I thought I lost it,
but then I, um what was it?
I figured out a way to locate
it, and it's in your car.
- You're on a date. I'm so sorry.
- No, no, no, no. It's fine.
It's fine. I should go anyway.
Um, go help her.
- What? Are you sure?
- Yeah.
All right. Thank you for dinner.

- I'll call you, okay?
- Drive safe.
All right. Hey, good luck.
Thank you.

She's beautiful your girlfriend.
No, she's just a friend.

Get your phone.

Oh, wow.
What a relief.
Yeah, thank God.

Yeah. Thank you.

Thank you for everything today.

Sorry about your date.

Julia, would you mind not
leaving your wet sheets
in the machine?
Those aren't mine. Baz is blue.
Sorry, baby.
Hey, that suit looks really good on you.
You want a hit?
No, thanks.
I'm really happy you're doing
this job with your brothers.
I think it's gonna go really well.
Why do you call him that?
Baz. You know he's not my brother.
Okay, but
I mean, he's been with us for years.
He's family.
I bet I can make a
bigger splash than you.
- Oh, you're on.
- Let's see!
JULIA: Whoo!

Let's see it!

You okay?
Did you put the cereal back like that?
Are you sure?
I'm sure.
I want you to take the bed.
I'll sleep on the couch.

How does it feel ♪
When it's quiet and calm? ♪
You kept the crib.
And will I be denied? ♪
CRAIG: Yeah.

How will it feel ♪
When it's time to move on? ♪

Mother says kneel and pray ♪

When it gets hard ♪
I will roll those sleeves ♪
Life can be so unkind ♪

- Hey, bud.
- I will be found ♪
On the edge of the world ♪
You were so brave today.
Where there'll be no one around ♪
Like a little hero.
Oh, solid ground ♪
Like a Cody.

Solid ground ♪

How does it feel to be on your own? ♪
No one to understand ♪

I know I'm here, and I don't belong ♪

I'm on my knees today ♪

When it gets dark ♪
I will know no fear ♪
Life can be so unkind ♪

Hanging around ♪
On the edge of the world ♪
Finally no one around ♪
Oh, would you help me? ♪
I don't understand ♪
Is it over? ♪
Am I losing solid ground? ♪
Solid ground ♪

Solid ground ♪

Solid ground ♪

Solid ground ♪

Solid ground ♪

Solid ground ♪

Solid ground ♪

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