Bel-Air (2022) s01e03 Episode Script


1 Previously on "Bel-Air" Why are you taking his side? I know why he acted the way he did, but what's your excuse? Mr.
Welcome to the team.
"Haute Cuisine" is the top food magazine in the country, and I have an interview with them next week.
- Mom hooked it up.
- We definitely want you to, you know, tone it down.
But that's what people love about my cooking.
I don't think your family is our target audience.
My family and I would like to welcome you all to our home and to express our sincere appreciation to you for your support of my campaign for Los Angeles district attorney.
I feel like that gives you this responsibility to speak directly to the Black community.
- Let me search your bag.
- Bro.
Nothing to hide, huh? Told you I'd handle him.
How did the drugs get in your bag? I don't know how the drugs got in my bag! Okay, so then how did you get the drugs? Those are not my drugs.
I'm telling you, someone put the drugs in my bag.
If I'm lying, I'm flying.
No cap.
I put that on my mom, I put that on West Philly, on everything I love.
Okay, then who else could have done it? I swear to God, I had nothing to do with it.
Someone put the drugs in my bag.
- And what about Connor? - What about Connor? He was mad because I knocked his ass out at the party, so he's trying to get me back.
It's called retaliation.
This isn't how Connor would retaliate.
Sure, I could see him freezing Will out socially and running his mouth, but he wouldn't plant drugs in his backpack like some Philly beat cop.
And if y'all don't believe me, y'all can drug-test me.
I'll piss in a cup right now.
If Will is telling the truth and it wasn't Connor, do you have any idea of who might be trying to frame him? Turns out some people actually think less of him after he attacked me and Connor.
Let's stay on topic.
Who else could have done this? - Besides Connor? - Mm-hmm.
I mean, the only person I can think of is Carlton.
I wouldn't do something like this to him.
After all, he's family.
Good morning, Los Angeles.
It's gonna be a balmy 73 degrees in West Hollywood.
It's gonna shoot up to 87 about noon.
And traffic is piling up on the 405 and the 10, Happy Friday, Los Angeles.
Let's all have a beautiful day.
Your aunt and I are gonna get to the bottom of this situation.
Will, I know you're in in-school suspension.
We have a meeting with your principal today, hopefully find some answers.
Carlton, you're gonna ask around, too, right, honey? Of course.
I hope whoever did this, or allegedly did this, gets caught and punished.
And what if it's someone you know? Do you still hope they get caught? - Absolutely.
- Good.
We're all committed to making sure the truth comes to light.
And if there is foul play, I promise, there will be consequences.
Serious consequences.
You should have told me before you actually did it.
What the fuck were you thinking? Chill, dude.
Okay? Will attacked us, remember? We had to clap back.
You went too far, Connor.
Look, this clapback could get us expelled, or arrested.
You can't prove I planted that shit.
Uh, my parents can, and if they find If they find out what you did, they're gonna think I was in on it, too, and then we're both fucked.
No one saw me, okay? Trust me, your parents they're not gonna find out.
Look, my dad has busted five LAPD coverups.
He's made Fortune 500 CEOs cry under oath.
And my mom will She's a Black mom, and you don't fuck with Black moms.
Trust me.
If anyone can find out, it's my parents.
Shit, shit.
Okay, um, what are we gonna do? Oh, "we"? "We" have to free Will.
Hey, um This is in-school suspension.
Schoolwork only.
No doodling.
This is art.
I don't doodle.
Vivian and Philip, you've both known me for a long time, and I can assure you that we've conducted a thorough investigation.
And because of our longstanding relationship, I'm sure you won't mind walking us through the process, - step by step.
- Of course.
After being debriefed by campus security, we interviewed Will, spoke to his teachers along with several classmates to gather insight on his conduct.
- And then? - The faculty came to a consensus, and our investigation was complete.
And what about the cameras? I mean, I counted 15 of 'em just walking through the front door.
Security didn't see anyone near his bag when they reviewed the tapes? Um You have reviewed the tapes, right? Apparently not.
- You didn't watch the fucking tapes? - You didn't look at the damn tapes? - Well, no.
- Legally, that boy is innocent until proven guilty.
But we found drugs in Will's bag.
But you didn't watch the tapes.
We'd be looking for a needle in a haystack.
It could take us a week to look over the footage.
- Maybe - I don't care.
You have 24 hours.
We are not students.
Don't test us.
- Can I help you? - Yes, you can.
Will is returning to class.
Am I am I unsuspended? Well, the investigation is pending, but yes, at this moment, you're no longer suspended.
The school is going to review the campus security footage to see who messed with your bag.
I mean, y'all really out here still moving mountains for me.
And we're ready to see you start climbing.
Come on.
Oh, let me get my stuff.
Swish! Congrats.
I heard you got unsuspended.
Pending the investigation.
But once they roll the tape, we'll see who did me dirty.
And by who, you mean Connor? Exactly, ol' Wonder Bread, "Brady Bunch"-ass punk.
Well, don't count on justice.
Kids like Connor sidestep punishment every time.
I'll never understand why Carlton is still friends with him.
Oh, I do.
Come on.
Just be happy you're sitting pretty for the moment.
- You think I'm pretty? - I said sitting pretty, but - Oh, all I heard was pretty.
- Oh, okay.
So I'ma take that W and run with it.
You think I'm pretty.
Good luck at the game tomorrow, Will.
Holy shit, the thirst.
Ha! Don't be mad 'cause they feeling ya boy.
- I'm not mad.
- Don't be mad! And it's only because you're on the basketball team.
I wish you were feeling me too.
Yeah, but we're just friends, remember? Yeah, I remember.
- So, friend? - Hmm? You coming to the basketball game? You know we're playing Malibu Prep, so I'ma drop 30 on 'em.
Come see me in my Bel-Air jersey.
- It's my first game.
- Tempting, but I've got a swim meet, so maybe I'll swing by after? "Maybe I'll swing by after.
" Boy, stop playing.
Oh, my God.
I am so sorry.
- Are you really? - I'm so sorry.
Are you really sorry? - Come on, Lisa.
- Oh, my God.
Ooh, it's getting worse.
All right.
Let me take this off.
I can't go around school looking like this.
Hold on.
Oh, yeah.
- What are you doing? - Just give it a chance.
Just give it a chance.
Hold on.
Hold on.
Actually, it's a whole vibe.
Yeah, I'm feeling it.
Ooh, Mom! So Will told me about you and Daddy rolling up to the school on your power couple ish.
Ugh, I wish I could have seen Principal Hartwig's face.
Twenty shades of red looking like cherry water ice.
- What is water ice? - Oh, it's just a Philly thing.
Anyway, helping Will was the right thing to do.
Oh, listen.
I was wondering if we could discuss tomorrow's menu.
Menu? What happened to the cupcakes and champagne? Yeah, I've been rethinking that.
- Ugh! Here we go.
- Okay.
Nothing fancy, but the ladies might get hungry, so I was thinking maybe just some finger foods.
Lamb sliders, charcuterie crab cakes with your secret sauce.
I told you, my secret sauce takes four hours to prepare, and I'd have to marinate it overnight.
- So is that a yes? - Sure, Mom.
I will help you impress your sorors.
The ladies are helping me plan Gayle's lupus fundraiser.
The least I can do is feed them.
Okay, yes.
That's fine.
And feel free to hang out and kick it with some of the ladies.
I mean, you never know.
It could lead into another job opportunity.
And there's the agenda.
The "Haute Cuisine" job didn't work out, but my other Delta Phi Gamma sisters are all very accomplished and very well-connected.
- Okay.
Okay, Mom.
- So you might want to Mom, you asked me to make the food, I will make the food, but can I have some me time, please? Carlton.
Dude, why the hell is your blazer inside out? The principal just told me that a witness came forward saying that he saw a guy that doesn't even go to Bel-Air Academy messing with my bag.
Holy shit.
That's awesome.
They're not gonna tell me who the witness is, and because of him, they're not gonna review - the school footage.
- Look.
You're a free man, Will.
I want you to admit that you've been moving pieces around in your little chess game.
There is no game, Will.
Trust me.
Just take the win and move on.
Yeah, it felt good to come through for Will today.
Man, you should have seen Viv take on the principal.
Chopped him up real good, yeah? What? She Mongolian barbecued his ass.
Well, it's good to see her do it to somebody else other than you.
Right? Yeah, well, now that Will's in the clear, I only got 98 more problems to handle.
Campaign trouble? Ohh! - Here we go.
- Oh, damn it.
My advisory team is saying that the Black voters are feeling disconnected from me.
Can you believe that? Philip Banks disconnected? Might have something to do with the coordinates of this mansion, you know, and the big boy interview didn't help.
Well, your salary doesn't exactly make you a man of the people.
All right, man, all right.
So what's the move? Well, I decided to go to that Alpha crawfish boil tomorrow.
I need to win over Reverend Lamonte and lock in his support, and so, with my fraternity brothers' support, the Black vote moves safely into my column.
- Sounds clever.
- Mm-hmm.
I'd come with you, but man just sailing to Catalina with that woman from yoga, innit? - The woman from yoga? - Yeah.
Yoga? Enjoy your day off, partner.
Um, just give me a little space, because this is - Boom.
- Oh! - Ha! - All right, you know you stole that from me, yeah? - This one is for you.
- Thank you.
It's been a while since you joined me for my pre-meet tradition.
Yeah, well, nostalgia is a hell of a drug, so I figured, why not start again? Okay.
So what are we really doing here, Carlton? I wanted to apologize, Lis.
I'm sorry you got caught up in the bullshit between me and my cousin, and I know I haven't been my best self lately.
That's an understatement.
I admit that I could have handled things better, but just seeing you and Will together just fucking destroyed me.
I mean, I know we didn't end on good terms, but I have feelings too, and I wasn't gonna just Must I remind you I spent the better part of last year putting your feelings ahead of mine? Oh, I didn't realize I was such a burden.
I didn't say you were a burden.
You were there for me at my worst when my mom died, and I was there for you while you were dealing with anxiety.
It's not like I just stopped caring about you, Carlton.
So you're not just saying that, right? No.
I still care about you.
- Come in.
- Hey, you got a minute? Yeah.
I'm glad we cleared up that situation at school today.
"The Alchemist"? It's a certified classic right there.
What it's about? It's about a boy who finds the courage to follow his heart and the pursuit of his personal legend.
Damn, sounds deep.
It's deep as hell.
It's changed a lot of lives, including mine.
Give it a read.
Okay, I'll do that.
You like crawfish? Like, the little, tiny lobster jawns? Bingo.
How would you like to come with me to a crawfish boil tomorrow? My fraternity is hosting the event.
It's a crowd that you should know, and it's really important for my campaign.
I'm down.
That's what it looks like.
- What you mean? - You stepping up, giving this a real chance, being a man of your word.
That's what it looks like, Will.
I thought you all were leaving 20 minutes ago.
Dad got caught on a campaign call.
Did you leave any flowers in the garden? These are my sisters, and I do not hold back, because I love them, all of them, even the ones that work my last nerve.
I wished you'd show that same kind of love to your cousin.
Well, look, it's kind of hard to love a person that you don't know, especially if he doesn't respect you.
Well, respect is a two-way street.
Yeah, okay.
Listen, baby, I know this hasn't been easy, but your father and I wouldn't ask you to do anything we didn't think you were capable of.
We love you, and you will always be our first priority.
Now, I know you want to impress Henry Miles today.
Oh, by the time I'm done with him, he'll be practically begging me to take that internship.
Okay, but all work and no play Puts you head of the class and helps you crush the competition? Just try to have a little fun.
Let's roll, son.
Will is waiting out front.
Wait, Will is going? The crawfish boil has always been a me and you thing.
Well, yeah, but I thought this time, we could all go together.
It'll be fun.
And you have fun with your girls.
Tell Joanne to stay out of my good Scotch.
We'll all be back in plenty of time for the games tonight.
Right, it's Will's basketball game against Malibu.
Should be exciting.
And my lacrosse game.
Right, you're playing St.
We'll all be there cheering you on.
I mean, at least half.
We have to split it between you and Will.
Yeah, I know he's upset, but I've arranged for the boys to volunteer side by side at the event.
Oh, good, they'll either bond or kill each other.
Well, either way, problem solved, hmm? Love you.
- See it right there! - Yeah! What up, you? Yeah, that's how he do, man.
Oh! What's good, Yamacraw? - How are you, brother? - Good, my brother.
Damn, it's good to be back with my brothers.
Hey, Will, you know anything about the Alphas? Yeah, we got mad Alphas in Philly.
- Oh, yeah? - Yeah.
And there's the reverend.
Come on, fellows, let's go say hello.
So of course I agree with my wife, because I know what time it is.
Pardon the interruption, brothers.
I just want to say a quick hello to Reverend Lamonte.
I was hoping we might be able to talk.
I'm a little busy now, Phil.
- As I was saying, so - All right, then, maybe later.
Good to see you all.
And then I end up sleeping on the couch anyway.
Hold up, is that Yamacraw? Yo, who the hell is Yamacraw? Dad.
It's his old nickname.
That's where he's from, Yamacraw, North Carolina, Tiny as fuck.
Derrick, my guy.
How you been living? Heart is still beating, wife and kids happy and healthy.
Black man in America can't ask for much more these days.
- I know that's right.
- It's been a while since you've shown your face around here.
There's some talk that Yamacraw forgot about his brothers.
Not a chance.
I've just been busy with family and the campaign.
You know I'd never forget about the Alphas.
All right.
All right.
Fair enough.
I see you brought a few volunteers.
- I did.
You remember Carlton? - Hey.
And this here is my nephew.
What's up? What's up? They're ready to work, right, fellas? Yeah, sure, of course.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, ready to work.
That's the Alpha spirit.
Follow me, fellas.
We've got a few tables and chairs that need to get set up.
All right.
Cool, let's do it.
Tables and chairs? Why don't we grab a ladder and throw a pro wrestling match? Carlton.
So which one? Tables or chairs? I don't know.
They just both sound so exciting.
To the sisterhood! Whoo! Oh, Denise, Joan, I don't know how you got season tickets to the Pantages for our silent auction, but thank you, really.
Gayle was our sister, too, Viv.
We are more than happy to help.
And we are still working on that weekend hotel-and-dinner package from the Montage too.
Oh, come through, ladies, come through.
This year's lupus fundraiser is already next level.
Whoo! - Even the multi -task queen needs help.
We know you've got a lot going on, and speaking of which, what is your secret to doing it all? Planning fundraisers, teaching at the university, raising kids Being Philip's Michelle Obama.
Hey, there's only one Michelle, but to be honest, this whole being a politician's wife has been a big adjustment.
Actually, I have been talking to Michelle for advice.
- And what did she say? - She said, "Girl, hold on.
" Now, you know, I remember when all eyes were on Vivian Banks taking the art world by storm, and Philip Banks was the lucky guy on your arm.
Yeah, well, a lot changed after Hilary was born.
Oh, speaking of Hilary, ladies, I want to give a quick shout-out to my daughter, the master chef who prepared these delights.
Thank you, ladies.
Really, though, it's light work, but I appreciate it, though.
So if any of you ever find yourself in need for a top-tier caterer, please slide into her DMs.
Thank you, Mom.
Yo, who's that dude over there throwing shade at Uncle Phil? That was Reverend Robert Lamonte.
He leads the largest Black church in L.
Oh, Lamonte.
So why was Pastor Petty beefing with Uncle Phil? He used to spend a lot of time with the fam.
I'm pretty sure he officiated my parents' wedding, but that was years ago.
You know, my guess is that Dad got a little too successful for him.
You know, wealth has a way of attracting envy.
Hmm, or maybe the wealthy lose touch.
Nice sneak diss, though.
Holy shit.
That's him.
He's actually here.
The funeral king lives.
Oh, what, that old head over there? That old head is Henry Miles.
He owns a bunch of funeral homes.
Years ago, he cornered the market on burying Black celebrities.
What, you trying to get on his list or something? No, I'm trying to get on his radar.
He's a major philanthropist, and he sits on the board of the Black Minds First Initiative, which would be the perfect internship for my application to Princeton.
Application? Carlton, look at yourself.
Remember, you're rich.
Okay, cocoa puff? You got this.
You can get into any college you want to with your parent's money.
Believe it or not, Will, I don't want everything handed to me.
Hey, so you're not gonna help me? When are you pledging, Hilary? You know we will all pile in a van and drive up to Berkeley to pin you.
Well, actually about Berkeley Last semester Hilary took the whole year off to cultivate her culinary skills.
Oh, like a gap year.
Well, no, I actually dropped out of school.
Uh, yeah, so after I graduated high school, I just got tired of teachers telling me how to think about shit that I didn't care about, so after two semesters, I pulled a good old Kanye and dropped out of college.
How brave.
I'm going to go top this off; would you ladies care to join? Yeah.
Why are you self-sabotaging? Why are you trying to control my narrative? Well, forgive me for trying to create some actual opportunities for you.
I can create my own opportunities without you, Mother.
Thank you.
Hey, ho, Alphas Tss-tss-tss.
Ole Yamacraw was the best damn line stepper I ever saw.
That's because we drilled day and night.
Practice wasn't over until everyone did the routine flawlessly three times in a row.
These young cats don't know the sacrifice it takes to be great.
Ain't that true? Oh, Reverend Lamonte.
Hey, man, finally got some time to chat about your little run for DA.
Oh, well, I wouldn't minimize the importance of the election.
Okay, well, let's cut to it, brother.
Give me one good reason why I should endorse you for DA.
Girl, I tried being the progressive mom, trying to give her space to find herself.
Seems like she's content on living out in the pool house, rent-free, might I add.
If they won't leave the nest, you got to shove them out.
Bye, birdie.
This new generation wants freedom without all the responsibilities.
Too much entitlement.
That sounds like Hilary's specialty.
I've been over here for over an hour, and I have yet to receive an apology.
- What are you talking about? - Well, because of you, I set the "Haute Cuisine" interview up for her as a favor, and she had the nerve to drag our company online.
- What do you mean? - Oh, so you haven't seen the video that Hilary posted after the interview? Because 2 million people and counting find it extremely interesting.
She accused our company of being racist and sexist and then encouraged her followers to spread the word, and now I'm working my ass off cleaning up the PR blowback.
Kendra, I am so sorry.
I had no idea.
Well, I want to hear it from her.
Hilary? I'm sorry that I don't feel sorry.
Your daughter is burning bridges that you've spent years building, including this one.
Good night, ladies.
Excuse me.
So the crawfish boil is one of my favorite events every year.
You know, I always feel at home with the Alphas.
That's right.
That's right.
That's right.
Thank you so much for your time - It's my pleasure.
- Mr.
I'm the only candidate running on a platform of both juvenile justice and police reform, and I will stop at nothing and I mean nothing to serve the people.
Oh, the people.
How the hell you gonna serve the people when you don't know what the people have to worry about on a daily basis? Now, I think we both know that's unfair.
Don't tell me about what's unfair.
When the Franklin soup kitchen was foreclosed in Leimert Park, we held phone banks and town halls trying to keep it open for the people, we, the brothers.
Meanwhile, you were sitting behind the golden gates of Bel-Air, counting your damn money.
You want me to apologize for being successful, Robert, is that it? Is that what you're telling me? You want me to beg and plead for forgiveness because I was working hard to build a life for my family? We were your family too.
When your first roommate, Brother Jamison, relapsed in 2015, this brotherhood saw to it that he got the help that he needed.
To this day, we still make sure he's taken care of.
That's family.
Where were you? I didn't know about that.
If I did, I would have been there.
I'm sorry.
He showed up today because he needs our help.
I mean, I'd happily endorse Brother Yamacraw if he was running.
Problem is, I am stuck with Brother Bel-Air.
Forgot my son has a lacrosse game tonight.
Good to see you fellas.
Hey, yo, Uncle Phil, you going to let him talk to you like that? Get Carlton.
We're leaving.
Okay, but look, I was offered a high-profile job, and I turned it down because they were trying to make me change my recipes.
Some of the food that I showed y'all was passed down from my grandmother.
Oh, and also, they told me that my ethnic family was not their target audience, so "Haute Cuisine" probably doesn't like your family either if you're a person of color, so how about you let them know what you think about that? - Good for you, Hilary.
- Yes.
I'm glad she called them out.
Well, I can see why Kendra would never speak to me again.
Who cares about Kendra? She's lucky she got invited.
She did pledge grad chapter.
And why should I have to apologize - for speaking my truth? - Amen.
We have to call them out on their bullshit.
My CEO asked me to run point with a Black client because we "speak the same language.
" Like we're going to break into Swahili or something.
Worst part is, I let it slide.
There is something beautiful about Hilary and her generation's refusal to swallow the subtle racism that we have all ingested.
Thank you.
Thank you, ladies.
Okay, okay, but there's also such a thing as tact and good judgment.
Especially when someone asks for a favor on your behalf and that someone is your mother.
I didn't ask you to do that.
You went to Kendra because you just couldn't stand that my life was taking shape not as fast as you want.
It's been two years, Hilary; what do you got to show for it? What have you even figured out? I've figured out that you don't believe in me and that you want to control my life.
Girl, if I was steering the ship of your life, maybe you wouldn't be so damn lost.
Look, let's just get down to the brass tracks, Mr.
Hey, Carlton.
Uh, do you need something, Will? Are you having a stroke, or do you actually need something, dude? No, bro, do your thing.
Do your thing.
Yo, Carlton is a really good dude.
Y'all would be lucky to have him.
Anyway, I would love to talk about the Black Minds First internship.
You know, I could talk about that program all day.
Go on.
Fire away, young man.
Well, look, this internship would mean a lot to me personally, and also, you know, it would really help bolster my college application.
I was wondering if you could float my name to the top.
I would, but I resigned from Black Minds First last month, and Derrick runs it now.
You made a good impression on him today, right? Yo, yo, yo, yo, what up, y'all? Can you hear me? Is this on? - Is this on? - Yes.
Hey, what up y'all? What up? What up? Ha! What up, man? How y'all doing? How y'all doing? My name is Will Smith.
I was invited here by my Uncle Phil.
Some of y'all know him as Yamacraw.
Yamacraw, yeah, man.
Boy, get the hell off the stage right now.
Phil, you better get your nephew before we drag his skinny ass out of here.
You going to drag my skinny ass you going to drag my skinny ass out of here? Phil.
- Put the mic down, and let's go.
- Just chill.
Hey, my fault, yeah.
I play too much.
I'm joking.
I'm joking.
Will, that's enough.
Come on.
Get off the stage.
All right.
I'm sorry.
Matter of fact, come on, show me a little somethin'-somethin'.
- Huh! - Hey, not Will, Will come on.
- I'm not doing it right? - Come on.
Come on.
Okay, all right, all right, all right, all right.
If I'm doing it wrong, show me how it's done.
Come on, Yamacraw.
Show me what you got.
Let's see it, Yamacraw.
Yamacraw, Yamacraw, Yamacraw Yamacraw, Yamacraw, - Yamacraw - What? Let's get it! - Yamacraw, - Let's go! - All right! - Yamacraw, Yamacraw.
- Yamacraw.
- Yeah! Yamacraw, Yamacraw.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
Okay, I'll I'll show you how it's done, nephew.
- All right, you got it.
- All right? I said, ooh, it's cold in here.
There must be some Alphas in the atmosphere.
I said Ooh, it's cold in here.
There must be some Alphas in the atmosphere.
I said, ooh, it's cold in here.
There must be some Alphas in the atmosphere.
It's like ice, ice, ice, too cold, too cold, I said ice, ice, ice the Black and Gold.
I said ice, ice, ice, too cold, too cold.
I said ice, ice, ice, ah that Black and Gold.
Hoo! Ahh! That was the one.
That was the one.
- How you with? - Ice! - I said who you with? - Ice.
I said who you with? Ice.
Okay, Yamacraw.
Who you with? Ice.
Now, that's the brother we've been missing.
Welcome back.
It's been in my heart, Robert.
It never left.
Now, you think we can at least have that conversation? Now, look, that nephew of yours - Oh.
- Interesting.
But inspiring.
What's the story? Well, I I'll tell you.
All right.
Thanks, babe! Despite the fireworks, it was so nice to see everybody.
Oh, so nice to just relax.
I was wondering if you were going to notice it.
Ooh, I noticed.
I also remember when you finished this and you wouldn't let me sell it.
- Mm-hmm.
- You have a gift, Viv.
Had a gift.
Christmas done past, girl.
The world needs to see your talent again.
I mean, come on.
What's getting in the way? What's stopping you? Philip? Ohh! Oh, no.
Yes, I am loving this beautiful Black male energy.
Aunt Viv, you should have seen Uncle Phil.
- He was stepping like a king.
- Mm-hmm.
- My man was stepping? - Stepping, stepping.
I put it down, baby, and after a long discussion, Reverend Lamonte agreed to support my campaign.
By support do you mean an endorsement? Well, one step at a time.
You should have seen me, baby.
Yamacraw is back.
- Yamacraw.
- Yamacraw-craw.
Last to leave the party as per usual, Joan.
Philip, well, as per usual, I was hypnotized by Vivian's art.
Hoping she makes a comeback, because the world is ready.
- The question is, am I ready? - Hello, everyone.
- Yo, what up, G? - Hey, someone had a good time.
That's right.
Hey, Geoffrey, looking good as ever.
Joan, I'm just trying to keep up with you.
Hey, yo, Geoffrey got some game.
Speaking of game, I've got to go get ready.
Oh, well, how did it go with Henry Miles? You know, I don't want the stupid internship anyway.
We'll talk later.
Will, your mom sent you your stuff.
It's upstairs in your room.
That's what's up.
Just in time for my game.
Miss my old jawns.
You know, I think your nephew might have helped me win this election.
See, I told you he was special.
- Mm-hmm.
- Mm-hmm.
Look I hate to rain on your parade, but we have got to talk about Hilary ASAP.
Now I need a drink.
Ah! Yeah.
Get out of here.
Ah, man.
Got a big game tonight, y'all.
Y'all ready? Y'all going to show out, right? You going to show up and show out, yeah.
I am too.
Let's go! Hmm.
Here come your daughter.
Come on, let's bring it in! - Hey, Hilary.
- Hello, Father.
Does my outfit meet your approval? I know I didn't ask your permission, but just want to make sure.
- Don't start with me, Hilary.
- What? You said you wanted to control my life, right? Ladies.
Will's not starting.
All right, guys, let's go, let's go! - Yeah! - Come on, come on, come on! - Let's do it! - Come on! Set.
The fuck is everyone? Banks! Ugh! Hey, Banks! Come on.
Get up.
Stay back.
Come on, Todd.
Go grab the rebound.
Come on.
Get in it.
Run motion.
Ref, call the fouls, please! Maybe it's time we cut some strings.
- What does that mean? - You know exactly what I mean.
You've been living under my roof for two years.
You've had enough time to figure out your life.
Your time is up.
You don't need us or our money to find the opportunities and breaks that you've been hoping for, not if they mean that much to you.
You know, when I was an up-and-coming artist, I struggled for my passion, but because my passion was real, I was willing to sacrifice for it.
So let's see if your passion is actually real.
You go on out there and make your own mark.
That's what I'm talking about, guys.
Let's go.
Come on.
Let's go.
Here we go, fellas.
Bring it in.
Fine, Mom, challenge accepted, but let me ask you something.
If your passion for art was so real, why did you walk away from it? Will is in.
Will is in.
Come on, Will.
Come on, now.
Get your cut! Get your cut! Move, move, move! You really from Malibu? You really from Bel-Air? - Ohh! - Ohh! Let's go, D.
Ugh! Whoo! Goal, Eagles.
Banks! What the hell is wrong with you? I'm sorry, Coach.
My bad.
Get your head in the game.
Fuck! All right, all right.
Come on, Will! Come on, ref.
That's a foul.
- Hey, hey, hey.
- Tyler! Tyler! Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Hey, back it up.
Back it up.
Back it up.
Hey, Tyler, Tyler.
Hey, hey.
Let's go, let's go.
I got you.
I got you.
- A'ight? - Let's go hit this guy.
Come on, come on.
We gotta get going to Carlton's game.
Come on.
Let's go.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
- Okay another five minutes.
- Okay, five.
Five more minutes.
Yes! Whoo! Yeah! Personal foul, illegal cross-checking.
You're gone, 22.
What the fuck kind of call was that, ref? That's the weakest shit I've ever seen.
- Watch your mouth, 22.
- Fuck you.
Do you have eyes? - Get him out of here, Coach.
- Can you fucking see? Look at him.
Are you blind? Fuck.
Hey, you're out of line, Carlton.
Get the fuck off of me.
Hey, grab your gear and get off the field right now.
Get out of here.
Fuck! Yes! Let's go.
Oh, yeah! Time-out.
Come on.
Bring it in here.
Okay, okay, okay.
This is it, all right? How you feel? - Good.
- Good? Yes, sir.
All right, here we go.
One, two, three.
Told you, you had to go handle Bro, you got to see this shit.
Yo, my nigga, what I'd tell you about interrupting bosses? Bro, you need to see this shit, right yo, - you need to see this - Yo, what is you doing? Yo, yo, yo.
My bad, bro.
I ain't mean no disrespect, but it's about that situation you've been trying to work out.
I found you, little cocky motherfucker.

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