Animal Kingdom (US) (2016) s06e08 Episode Script


Look at me. I'm gonna get our son back.
Don't move.
- Come on. It's okay.
- This ain't over.
Noah's back.
He got special leave and decided
to surprise me for a few days.
I knew that you were married.
Have you noticed anything
different about
Julia and Baz lately?
Like what?
They've been hanging out
a lot without you.
I don't want you to feel left out.
Excuse me. A-Are you Pope?
I'm Taylor's mom.
Thanks for coming.
- You look good.
- So do you.
I owe you an apology.
I judged you.
When what I should have
done was forgiven you.
Yeah, it's that fiber-optic shit. So?
So the county's going
to announce next week
that they're putting these in
every one of their buildings.
Schools, courthouses
I work for the county. I ain't
heard nothing about that.
That's gonna be a lot of cable.
I don't know. Hard to
keep track of it all.
You know how close they watch that?
I know exactly how close they watch it.
I'd give 'em a B-minus.
Come on.
Couple spools for every delivery
winds up on one of my trucks
that's not a problem.
But then you got to move it.
Oh, gosh.
Where am I gonna find
contractors looking for a deal?
Push it.
Push it.
Come on, Pope, you got one more in you.
Baz, help him.
Are you gonna let it crush you,
or are you gonna crush it?
- Yeah! Whoo-hoo!
- Whoo-hoo!
Never a doubt.
See that, Deran? That's
how winners are made.
Told you he had it.
Hey, what do you think, Pope?
Should we get Julia on the bench next?
She's a girl.
Girls do aerobics.
You're a Neanderthal.
You know what that means?
It's a subspecies of humans
that went extinct
40,000 years ago.
All right, smartass.
Hey, you know you can't get that
Discovery Channel shit past my boy.
Come on. You do this for two months,
you could build a garage
for your Firebird.
Loading dock 6.
Come in the south gate.
Will do.
Thanks, Reggie.
What do you think? What
do you wanna do now?
You get any sleep last night?
No, I didn't.
Were you up all night staring out
the window, Mr. Night Watch?
How's Renn doing? She all right?
She's handling it.
All right. Why don't
you get out of here?
Go get some sleep.
- All right?
- Yeah.
Everything okay?
Uh, so you know how I had
something to run by you?
And you said wait till tomorrow?
- No, not really.
- Well, I do.
I got a job.
Yeah? Doing what?
No, man. A job.
For you. With me.
It's a dentist's office.
Kind of a low-rent dentist,
but he just got in a box of Dutch Lions.
What the hell is a Dutch Lion?
Coins, silver.
Each one's worth a couple hundred bucks.
Yeah, what is a dentist doing
with a bunch of silver coins?
He's a collector or some shit,
but he keeps them in his
office in a filing cabinet.
- Doesn't even have a safe.
- And you know this how?
'Cause my cousin Shawna's roommate
is his dental hygienist.
Your cousin Shawna's roommate?
Dude, I already scoped it. It's a
shitty little cinder-block building
with cheap-ass security.
Child's play for you, man.
Each coin's worth a
couple hundred bucks.
We're talking 30 or 40 grand
for 15 minutes' work.
What do you plan on doing
with the, uh, dentist?
What, are you gonna knock him
over the head with his own drill?
Dude, he's on vacation till tomorrow.
There's no one there.
We hit it today, get back
before happy hour.
Come on, man. You know I work hard here.
You know I'm a good worker.
But I can do more.
Let me do more.
Okay. Yeah, you want to do more?
How about you finish
prepping the kitchen?
- Well?
- I got nothing.
Sergeant Noah Dean, right?
Does his job, no complaints.
Any personal beefs?
Doesn't seem like anybody thinks
about him one way or the other.
He's just there.
He's got a wife named Penny.
Works at a lawyer's office.
Pretty vanilla.
Are there any problems with the wife?
Is he cheating on her or
No sign of it.
Why you got such a hard-on for this guy?
Let me know if you want more info.
Should be easy to track.
He just got his PCS orders.
PCS orders?
Permanent Change of Station.
His unit's rotating out.
Dude's coming home.
Okay. We're gonna go and No.
- Hey.
- Hey, bud.
I thought you were going to the gym.
Yeah, I was, but I, uh
changed my mind.
I wanted to come hang out with you two.
Oh, that's sweet.
You should put some
ice on that bruising.
Yeah, my abuela gave me worse.
God damn it.
Hey, hey, let me
let me let me do it.
All right.
Get these pants up.
We're gonna be fine.
Yeah, I know.
Want to go for a walk
or something later?
Yeah, I was gonna take,
uh, Nick to the zoo.
Oh, okay.
Well, he loves the merry-go-round.
Don't you, bud?
Here you go.
You can come with us, if you'd like.
Yeah, I'd like that.
The ice maker broke again.
I'll go grab some bags of
ice from the grocery store.
Here's last night's receipts.
Where is it?
Dentist's office, where is it?
El Centro.
Street to street?
Is there an alleyway?
Yep, alley.
Uh, laundromat and a
Goodwill across the street.
What exactly would you need me to do?
Just let me ride with you.
Show me how to do it.
Yeah, all right. That's fine.
All right, thanks. I got
a piece out in my car.
No, you're not gonna need it.
You get the wrong info,
we get caught, you know,
carrying a gun makes
the charges a lot worse.
Right. Got it.
We're gonna need a third,
so I'm gonna call J.
- All right.
- Okay.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- How's your arm?
- It's okay.
Been back to my house?
No. No, I wouldn't go
when you're not there.
I met your mom yesterday.
- My mom?
- Yes, nice lady, dark hair.
She looks like you.
If she's in town,
she's probably having
boyfriend troubles again.
Yeah, she was worried.
She's looking for you.
She's like that.
What's she do for a living, your mom?
She runs a a dog-grooming business.
- Who is she?!
- I don't know!
Aah! Aah!
She's a cop! She's a cop!
- A cop!
- I mean, okay, she I don't know.
- She's a cop?!
- I'm on probation!
- She just She can violate me!
- What department is she with?
I don't know, I swear. It's
It's not Oceanside is all I know!
- What does she want?
- Info.
- What kind of info?
- On you!
What kind of info?!
S-She wanted to know how
to get inside your house!
- And you helped her?!
- I swear, please!
Please! I can't get rid
of this bitch! I can't!
Okay, she doesn't do shit
the normal cop way!
Is she dirty?
I don't I don't know.
She's just scary.
If she doesn't live in Oceanside,
where's she staying?
I don't know, I don't know.
I'm sorry, man.
Please, please.
You call her, you tell
her you want to meet.
What's up?
- Thanks for coming.
- No problem.
I wanted to talk to you
about something, actually.
Uh, it's one of your buildings,
the eight-unit.
I think we should take
it off the market.
What? I thought you said
we needed to sell them all?
Yeah, but if we have too
many multi-family properties
on the market at one time,
it's gonna drive all the prices down.
Okay. Yeah, fine. That's fine.
Good. Um
So, what'd you want to talk about?
Tommy's got a job for us.
It's got to happen today.
Mark's out of town.
We need a third.
You just walked out of a mansion
with $300,000 in diamonds,
and now you want to
roll with your barback?
What the hell is wrong with you?
It's gonna be the easiest
job we've ever pulled,
and and we need to start
developing people, okay?
We need to have a network.
Smurf had a network, right?
- How much are you telling this guy?
- Nothing he can't handle.
Look, if we do this for him,
he's grateful, which means he's loyal.
That's what we need.
We need loyal people.
It's like minor-league
smash-and-grab shit.
It's fun.
I kind of feel like having
some fun, don't you?
Oh, what? That's impossible.
Look at the card, Barry.
- Oh.
- You did not just call me Barry.
You didn't draw four, so hop to it.
Oh, you two are ganging up on me.
I'm gonna report this to the Uno police.
Hey, baby, I need your help.
Me? Why?
'Cause you got a steady hand.
And attention to detail. Come on.
Yeah. Go. It's good
what she's teaching you.
And when you're done, we'll,
uh we'll all catch a movie.
Here we go, man, back home.
Had a good time at the
monkey house, didn't we?
All right, I'm gonna put
him down for his nap.
Right, buddy?
Hey. You all right?
Hey. Relax, you're home.
All right?
Come on.
Why can't you just buy bullets?
These ones are different.
They crumble on impact,
so they're not traceable.
You have to protect yourself,
Andrew, protect your family.
- Not too much.
- How many grains?
I don't know. You just
gotta know, you know?
You should have a scale, a digital one.
- This is all guesswork.
- Put it on the press.
How many of these do we have to do?
- About a hundred.
- That'll take forever.
Yeah, it will if you
don't stop complaining.
All right. 50.
I want to go to the movies.
All right. Go.
- Oh, shit.
- Oh!
I-I thought I thought
you were with Smurf.
Hey, so it's okay.
- Andrew, it's okay.
- He'll be fine. Julia.
Andrew, wait, wait, wait! Please, wait!
What happened? What happened?
- Wait. Just take a deep breath.
- What's wrong with him?
Smurf, shut up! Andrew, I'm sorry!
No, Andrew, wait! Stop!
Oh, shit.
- Shit, shit, shit.
- Just give him some time.
He'll be okay.
It's not that simple.
You don't know him.
I know him just fine.
If you stop treating him like a baby,
- he'll stop acting like a baby.
- Shit.
He's gonna walk around
and come back home,
and then we'll talk to him.
Okay, fine. Hey, I'll come with you.
No! God, he's my brother, not yours!
Make sure it's on.
What's up, Pope?
I'm in the middle of a rebuild.
Christ sakes.
How can I help you today?
You can't take my truck, dude.
- I'm not taking it.
- It's my livelihood.
I want to hire you.
Not sure I want to be hired.
What do you want?
I want your help getting
some info on someone.
Get one of your brothers to do it.
I want you to do it.
I'm gonna need that wrench.
Well, God damn.
- It's been a while.
- Mm.
Forget what it was like?
No, I didn't.
Just needed to clear my head.
Give me some.
- Are you sure?
- Mm-hmm. Pack it up.
Definitely looks empty.
- You ready?
- Yeah.
You plan on leaving
fingerprints everywhere?
Oh, shit.
I'm throwing some gloves under the seat.
- Sorry.
- No, it's all right.
Okay to be a little nervous.
All right. Let's do it.
10 minutes, in and out.
We could bust out the lock cylinder.
No, just use the window.
- Yeah, okay.
- Go check it out.
- Me?
- Yeah, you. Go check it out.
There any, uh, motion sensors
or window detectors?
Uh, yeah, yeah, I see one.
What's the brand?
- Uh, TrigShield.
- Okay, good.
They suck.
Window first, then the wires.
Check this shit out.
For "Distinguished Service."
This is just, like, medical records.
There ain't shit in here.
Let's try the lobby.
Now, this is what I'm
talking about, baby.
Oh, sweet.
Nice. Oh.
Guess this is what Dutch Lions are.
Guess Tommy's cousin's
roommate wasn't lying.
Yo, I found them.
We got 'em right here.
No, I'm looking at it right here.
Give me that hammer.
Dude, this is them.
Well, maybe he has another box,
'cause I'm looking at it right here.
No, we got what we need.
Let's go. Come on.
- What the hell?!
- Oh, shit!
Son of a bitch!
- Let's go!
- Hey, my sword!
Come on, come on, come on!
Benjamin on baby daddy.
Don't take your hands
off the counter, baby.
Harder. Again. Double or nothing.
Don't let go!
You okay?
You're not gonna let him
come in our house like that
and disrespect you. You got this.
4 grand in the pot, baby.
Come on, knock him down.
- Yeah!
- Shit! That's my rent money!
Yes! Don't bet it if
you can't afford it.
I'll grab the baby.
We need more beer.
Let's go!
You're so late.
Yeah, I had to make sure
I wasn't being followed.
You think he's following you?
I didn't see him, but I want
to go inside to be sure.
You're fine. Just get in.
- No, I want to go inside.
- I don't have time for that.
Look, I'm hungry. Could you just
buy me some food, please?
No, just get inside and
say what you have to say.
You called me. What do you want?
I need money.
Oh. Really?
Yeah, you put me in a
dangerous situation.
Oh, no, you got yourself in
this goddamn situation, kid.
Look, you I mean,
you got me snitching
on a scary dude here, okay?
It's hazardous as shit.
And money's gonna make it safer?
No, it would make it worth my time.
- Why do you even want this dude?
- Don't worry about it.
I sh I should get to
know what you're doing.
What I'm doing is
keeping you out of jail.
You're welcome.
What if I talk to your boss?
Listen, you little shithead,
you were already on probation,
and then you were dumb enough
to go selling Vicodins
Stay here.
I mean, just like a hundred a week.
You can afford that.
You want to stay out of jail?
So do what I tell you
until I'm done with you.
And you're not getting
any goddamn money.
Come on.
Ohh. Jesus Christ, that guy could hit.
Yeah, well, it's a good thing
you've never been arrested,
'cause you left quite a
bit of blood back there.
Get up on the table.
What if I get arrested later?
- Can they match me to it?
- Don't get arrested.
- Pull up your pants leg.
- Wait.
Let me see the box I grabbed.
There's no way that guy
would've fought so hard
if it's not something valuable, right?
Let's see.
The return address is a dental lab.
I mean, they are pretty expensive.
Yeah, not every box is
full of treasure, Tommy.
That's a big one.
Oh, shit.
Remember, when people who
know what they're doing
tell you what to do, you listen.
This shit won't happen.
You remember this?
Here, you can, uh, bite down on that.
Wait, wait. Let me get
some of that nitrous.
Nah, you won't need that.
Yeah, you want to remember the pain.
Stops you from doing
something stupid again.
All right. Do it.
Aah! Aah! Aah!
I don't want to hear it.
She's your sister.
- No, Smurf, she's not.
- You can call it whatever you want,
but in this house, we're all family.
Family doesn't screw family.
Well, then I'll leave.
Where you gonna go?
Oh, baby.
You know you're too old
for the orphanage, right?
God damn it.
- Hey.
- Geez.
Yeah, it just started making
this grinding noise
and and jerking around.
- You mind?
- Please.
All right. Let's see.
Oil's okay, but there's
no transmission fluid.
Tranny's probably shot.
I can take it to my shop, check it out.
Or you can call another truck.
No, let's go.
You live around here?
I can have one of my guys
at the shop run you home
after we do paperwork.
No, I'm staying at a
motel down the street.
Did you see him go down?
It was like someone
knocked over a fridge.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure he fell on her.
Oh, yeah, Misty?
- Yeah.
- She probably liked it.
- She liked it?
- Yeah.
- What do you want?
- Uh
- get me a Jack and Coke.
- Uh-huh.
Oh, and will you grab
me some beef jerky?
Uh-huh. Okay.
Heya, bud.
You get some whiplash
from Mom's driving?
Hey! Get Get back here!
Start the car! Start the car!
Get back here!
- Let's go! Let's go, let's go, let's go!
- Lottery tickets?
Get back here!
Sit down.
So, how'd you get in?
I asked the lady at the
front desk to let me in.
Family friend.
How's your transmission?
You gotta check those fluids.
Why'd you bother with a tow truck?
Wanted to know where I'm
staying, could just follow me.
Oh, I was pretty sure you could
pick up a tail, you know?
Considering you're a cop.
You pretended to be Taylor's mom.
Doing my job.
And you were in my house.
- Yeah.
- My house!
So, how much?
- What?
- How much do you want?
- Nothing.
- Bullshit.
You're leaning on a snitch,
you're creeping without a warrant.
You were looking for a payoff.
That's what cops like you are.
But I don't feed parasites,
because you give them a little blood,
and they just keep on sucking.
No, no, no, the only way
to deal with parasites,
you squeeze the life out of them!
You just squeeze it.
- You know what I mean?
- Who killed Catherine Belen?
Your mother?
You want to kill me?
I've already uploaded my notes.
They'll come right after you.
You want to kill me, Andrew? Go ahead.
Go kill another woman.
Why not?
They can only fry you once.
Any luck?
- No.
- Where'd you look?
Park, the strand, every
alley off of Mission.
Andrew's asleep in his bed.
That's what Baz said he would do.
I wonder if he'll come back.
What's that mean?
Baz took off.
Such an asshole.
He's had it a lot harder than you.
Do you even remember
living in the motel?
You remember living in the trailer?
- Yes.
- Do you know how hard I've worked
for us to have a decent home?
To create this family?
For you to just ruin it.
What the hell did you just say?
Andrew told me about you and Baz.
It's It's
It's It's not even like that.
It's not just sex. Baz, he
he actually loves me.
So now you think you're a woman?
'Cause you know how to
make a teenage boy hard?
Baby, it is not rocket science.
He'd stick it in a snotty Kleenex
if he thought it was still wet.
That's just reality, little girl.
You better get used to it.
Where Where am I?
My apartment.
And who are you?
- Ginger.
- Ginger, okay.
Well, Ginger, where's Renn?
Your girlfriend?
- She went out to score.
- God damn it.
You seen my phone?
Ginger, my phone, have you seen it?
- Hey, do you mind?
- Oh, God damn it.
Change your baby.
All right, buddy, I'm coming.
Hold on a sec.
Seen his, um his diaper bag?
You know, his dia diaper bag
anywhere, phone, something?
Look, can you just
You have any paper towels or
anything I can use?
All right, buddy, let's
get you out of here.
Come here. I got you.
Sorry. There you go.
There you are.
Hey. You okay?
I know.
It's all right.
Silver coins, you got a little sword.
It's like we're a bunch
of goddamn pirates.
- Pirates with dentures.
- Yeah.
Hit it.
Oh, you should be giving
Tommy some of that.
He's gotta learn that there are
repercussions for his actions.
Yeah. I mean, his ego's
gonna take a while.
Got his ass kicked by a goddamn dentist.
That's why you don't start
on old people, huh, Pope?
They'll beat the shit out of you.
You all right?
A cop has been tailing me.
Since when?
I don't know.
Oh. Shit.
She knows.
She knows what?
I killed Cath.
I did it for Smurf.
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