Big Sky (2020) s02e15 Episode Script

This Will Not Be Forgiven

1 Previously on "Big Sky" Get up, dude.
Mason, get up.
Have there been any issues with Mason lately? Drinking? Drugs? You come into my home and you accuse my son of being a drug addict.
They're just trying to help us.
Mason died of a drug overdose.
I found these on him.
I know I shouldn't have taken them.
I didn't want my parents knowing.
I had to notify the family today.
- How'd that go? - Richard, you know how he gets.
You know, I went through recovery with him.
I gotta reach out to him and make sure he does not slip.
Have you spoken to Cassie? I think she's content to stay off the grid for now.
Something happened while I was gone? She was Veer's mistress.
Travis fell in love with her.
- Veer had her killed.
- And Travis is trying to find out.
He wants more than that.
We ran into some trouble in Toronto.
Is it the Kapoors? Are they gonna come after us? If they do, God help them all.
A kid died with your drugs on him.
Synthetic fentanyl, laced with whatever filth that you're cutting your batch with.
You better find out what she's talking about.
Bad move.
People know I'm here.
No, they don't.
Ahh! Ahh! Ahh! What part of "get here now" do you not understand? Just so you know, I'm missing Arjan's UFC fight, and I have money on that dude.
Oh, a fistfight.
That's ironic.
What couldn't you tell me on the phone? Somebody's messing with our product.
- Don't tell me, another hijacking? - No, that blonde cop showed up, told me a kid OD'd.
It's fentanyl.
- No, she said it was laced.
- How? I have Donno on it.
- Who else knows? - Just us.
We don't tell Dad until we have to.
He already thinks we're not ready to run things here.
I don't want to prove him right.
You talk to Dhruv? No.
Called and texted on my way over here no response.
You seen Dhruv? He was just making his rounds.
Think he headed down to the lab.
All right.
Let's go.
- Oh, my God.
- What is it? Nobody touch nothing, okay? There's fentanyl everywhere.
This just happened.
Whoever did this is still on the property.
Is he, um ? Jag.
Jenny Jenny, you gotta go, now.
- Come with me.
- No.
No, Jenny Jenny, listen to me.
You take this path to the south gate.
It's gonna lead you to the road, okay? - You gotta be quiet.
- Travis, please.
You can still get away.
This could be your only chance to get out.
Come on.
I'm sorry, Jenny.
You gotta go.
Stone! - See anything? - No, I got nothing.
You? No.
Doesn't it look good? I made it myself.
Okay, not totally true.
Donno here helped me.
You wanna guess what his super-duper secret ingredient is? Stumped, huh? Go ahead, Donno.
Tell him.
- Is it cinnamon? - No.
- Caramel? - Nope.
- Pumpkin? - Strike three.
Well, wait, wait, wait.
Is it amatoxin? A type of poison that destroys your liver and organs while you're still conscious and in excruciating pain? Bingo.
Oh, don't be scared.
All you have to do is answer one simple question.
The same question we're asking all the dealers who distribute Bhullar product.
Are you cutting our drugs? I don't know.
What do you think, Donno? - Is he lying? - Mm.
It's okay if you are.
I mean, we'll still give you a choice.
The muffin Or the hammer.
It's Ren.
Yeah? That's unfortunate.
We're on our way.
We have to go, now.
I'll be right there.
Thanks for coming.
Are you okay? Where's Kai? Um he's still at my Aunt Cathy's.
Jenny, what happened to you? I screwed up, Cassie really badly.
What? I-I can't be alone right now.
I-I don't know what to do.
We'll figure it out.
Just tell me what happened.
Here you go.
Gimme the old one.
Thanks for staying the night.
I got your back.
Always will.
But you need to tell Tubb everything.
Ahh, I don't know if I can.
Why? Travis.
Cassie, he's working for them.
But you don't know that for sure.
He helped you get away.
I don't know.
I Can Can we just Let's just talk about something else.
I'm going back to the office.
I need to get back to work.
Denise said Mark and Jerrie have been picking up the slack for me.
- They got you covered.
- Yeah.
I know.
I just I need to do something.
It's that work-ethic thing.
Got it from my dad.
You sure you're ready? I won't know until I try, so we'll see, I guess.
Thank you.
For everything.
Of course.
You need to be careful, Jenny.
No, I can't promise we'll take your case, but you can set up an appointment.
- More backlog.
- Mm-hmm.
"Cheating spouse.
" - "Cheating spouse.
" - Mm-hmm.
What's this? "Retail amnesia"? Oh, that's a good one.
So, she thinks that one of her children has been using her credit card to shop online, but her husband claims it's her.
Not only does this sound kind of fun, but I think maybe I suffer from this.
You do, hmm? - I think so.
- Well Hayden, honey, what are you doing here? H-H-Have you heard from my dad? No.
Why? What's going on? You heard about Mason, my brother? Yeah.
I did.
I'm so sorry, honey.
The police Jenny, Justin's mom said it was an overdose, and my dad's in denial that he was using.
Anyways, last night, he disappeared.
Disappeared? Didn't come home.
Left his phone, too.
Okay, that's concerning.
My mom said you used to be his sponsor, and last time, when things got bad, he came to you, and I just I thought maybe Yeah.
What do you think happened? The gun in his safe is gone.
I think he could have hurt himself.
Oh, no.
Did you call the police? And tell them what? Can you help me find him? We'll see what we can do.
We'll need a recent photograph and some information first.
Did he bring his wallet with him? I-I I think so.
- Why? - We can start there.
Track his ATM and credit cards.
- Thank you.
- It's gonna be okay.
You came to the right place, okay? I saw the truck, and I just knew.
Jenny, you could've been killed.
We need to go back right now, pull a warrant, and raid that lab.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Warrant? You brought me no physical evidence.
The evidence is there.
- We just need to go back and seize it - Listen.
before they have a chance to move it.
I want these people to go down as much as you do.
Then do the right thing.
Pull a warrant.
Jenny, if I go in there with a flimsy warrant and we whiff, it could mean my job and yours.
A kid Mason Ford is dead.
Others are gonna die.
We need to stop them.
Are you absolutely sure the evidence is there? I wouldn't ask otherwise.
All right, I'll get you your warrant.
- Go assemble a team.
- Thank you.
Poor Hayden.
Lose her brother, then have her father spin out.
Must be awful.
I hope we're not wasting our time here.
The manager said he would've seen Richard come in.
Maybe we should go by his work again.
The manager was so stoned, he wouldn't see a tornado go by.
Richard's had a unit here for two years, and then the only hit on his credit card was a block away? - That can't be a coincidence.
- Oh.
I see how it is.
Dropping knowledge.
You got something better? - No.
- All right, then.
Follow my lead.
Hello? Hello? Buddy.
Hey, hey, no, no, no.
We're We're not gonna hurt you.
We're We're here to help.
- Ahh.
- You good? What happened? My friend Mason's dad grabbed me and started asking all these questions.
About what? He wanted to know who sold Mason the drugs.
And what'd you say? I told him to ask around the Boot Heel.
That's where most people get their stuff.
Looks like we're going to the Boot Heel.
Dhruv is dead? Yes, but no one took anything from the lab.
Distribution won't be, uh disrupted.
Uh, where was his backup? Why weren't the security camera installed? It was on my list.
I was gonna get it done.
No, Jagat, I don't want to hear your excuses.
I was wrong to put you in charge.
You're not ready.
D-Dhruv was a a brother to you.
Now his blood is on your hands.
Ren, I think I should excuse myself.
No, Mister Stone.
You will step into Dhruv's position and provide security.
Especially since we don't have a suspect.
It could be anyone.
If it's the Kapoors, that's, like not good.
Yeah, we don't know that.
Montana's not that far away.
Why would they be in the lab? I don't know.
Then let's not jump to conclusions.
Stone look into it.
- Nobody move! - Spread out! Sheriff's Department! Don't move! You heard him Sheriff's Department! - What the hell is going on? - Hands where we can see 'em! We have a warrant to search your property.
Told you I'd see you soon.
Sweep the house.
We'll check the basement.
- Checking bedroom.
- Kitchen.
Hey, how you doing? We're looking for somebody.
Think he might have stopped by here.
Uh, have you seen him? - Who wants to know? - Uh, we're friends of his.
Well, then you can pay for the damage.
- He did this? - Yep.
Came in here talking trash about someone selling his kid drugs.
Punched Jon Jon in the face.
My guys went to throw him out when he broke down blubbering, the whole works.
- Mm.
- His son just died.
I'm aware.
It's a terrible thing, the loss of a child.
It's why he wasn't hurt too bad.
Any chance his son bought the drugs here? Who are you again? We're private investigators from Dewell and Hoyt.
Richard Ford's part of a case we're working.
So you work for those two psycho bitches that drew down on my nephew and me in my own parking lot the night before he died? We think this man could be a danger to himself.
Just tell us where you think he might have gone.
I got no idea.
Now, I think you should get out of my bar.
Damn it.
We're too late.
They cleaned it all up.
They must've known we were coming.
Careful what you say out loud, all right? Just execute the warrant.
We will talk in private.
Find what you were looking for? Oh, I will.
I promise you that.
What happened to your face? My boxing workout got a little intense.
You should see the other guy.
Now, if you don't mind, I got a job to do.
Searching an empty basement.
It's very important work.
First Dhruv, now this.
This is a mistake.
- What do you mean? - Montana.
We didn't have a choice, remember? Fresh start.
Get away from the Kapoors.
The Kapoors are a bunch of street thugs without principles, and now I'm running from them? It's a new world, babe.
Be patient.
Your enemies think that you've been weakened.
Let them believe that.
Stay in the shadows until it's clear who your real friends and foes are, then strike.
When you rise up, you will be more powerful than ever in this new world.
I'm lost.
Tell me what do we do? Well, for starters, we could use a "friend" in the local law enforcement community.
Yeah, we we had a friend, and he was then killed on Reenu's watch.
Okay, just careful with the blame thing.
People need to be held accountable for their actions.
Yes, but Jag and Ren don't need any more reasons to resent you.
Resent? Sorry.
Wrong word.
Fear, maybe.
You saying my children don't love me? Fear and love.
A little bit of both.
Yeah, well, they are my children, and they will do as I say.
I'm not so sure about that.
I had a dream, and it wasn't really a dream it was more like a vibe premonition thingy.
But Don't start with this nonsense.
Not now.
Are you really sure that you don't want to hear about it? You're going to tell me anyway.
Go ahead.
When you die it will be at the hand of your child.
So, my children will kill me? This is your This is your vibe? No.
I said a child.
Your son.
Uh, you good? I'm back.
Don't know about good.
Let's see how it goes.
I like your hair, by the way.
- Thanks.
- Hey, Cass.
I, uh I got you lunch.
- You did? - Yeah.
Just in case.
We've got chorizo tacos, extra jalapeños.
Oh, yes.
Hot and spicy, like moi.
A plain cheese quesadilla for the 5-year-old.
Hey, I like what I like.
And you got your pick of the salad or the tamales.
Ooh, tamales.
Uh, just for the record, I did not tell Jerrie to get you lunch, because I don't think that you need to be back here yet.
Okay, you guys, no.
This isn't gonna work.
Can we just, like, do normal? I know that it's not normal, and I'm not gonna lie and, um and pretend like everything's perfectly fine, 'cause it's not.
It's gonna take time, all right? I need to stay busy.
So, here I am.
What are we working on? - Thank you.
- Um okay.
I have feelers out for Scarlet and Phoebe.
Figure they have to resurface at some point.
Yeah, definitely.
Keep me posted.
And we got a new case.
A missing person Richard Ford.
Uh, his son just died of a drug overdose.
Mason Ford.
Jenny told me about him.
Yeah, well, his sister hired the firm.
Their father beat up a friend of Mason's, started a fight at the Boot Heel Bar.
He was trying to find out where the drugs came from.
Look, I've known Richard a really long time, and he is not a bad man.
I mean, he's obviously grieving.
Mm, I think we're a scooch past grieving.
Hayden's worried that he may hurt himself, and we have no leads to where he may be.
If I were him, I'd want to be with my son.
This is gonna sound weird, but being back here where my dad died is kind of comforting.
That helps.
It does? I think I know where he might be.
- You wanna come? - Um, let me go.
Please? I know how to get through to Richard.
- Let me know how it goes.
- Will do.
Go easy.
I am so sorry.
Denise? Mm.
Wh Why are you here? Well, everyone's looking for you.
This is Mark Lindor.
He works for Dewell and Hoyt right now.
Just here to help.
Hayden hired the firm when you disappeared.
We've all been really worried about you.
How'd you find me? Well, you left quite a trail Boot Heel Bar and your storage unit.
What were you thinking? I was trying to f-find out where Mason got those drugs, but everyone just gave me the runaround, everyone pointing fingers somewhere else, rumors about some new drug cartel selling fentanyl You cannot focus on all of that.
You need to think about your family, okay? Mona and Hayden.
You're lucky the kid you grabbed doesn't want to press charges.
I'll make it right.
I'll call his parents.
I'm gonna I'm gonna put everything right.
You have my word.
Just talk to Hayden, okay? She's devastated about her brother, and, well, you've made her worried sick, the poor thing.
I'm sorry for all that.
I'm gonna go home.
It's okay.
We understand.
I'm just so glad that you're safe.
Thank you for everything.
Oh, and, um You don't have to call Hayden.
I'll, uh I'll take care of it.
I miss our weekly pie and coffee meetings.
Well, we can do that again.
I'd like that.
They knew there would be a raid, had everything cleared out before we even stepped foot on the property.
He tipped them off.
Who? Travis.
Jenny, you don't know that.
Nothing you can do about it, anyway, so just leave Travis in the grass until we know more.
Today, we take the loss.
Enough heads are gonna roll for that.
Look, I'm sorry.
It was a lock.
It was all there.
I knew what I saw.
It's not your fault.
I'm the one who made the call to go in there with a wafer-thin warrant.
A crappy warrant won't matter if we nail them.
Hey, boss.
Other boss.
Sorry to interrupt.
What is it? Yeah, we got a line on one of those Reed Colfax trucks.
The ones you said you saw at the Bhullars'.
Where is it? Deputy Miles pulled one over on MacDonald Pass, headed out of town.
Let's go see what the Bhullars are hiding.
We questioned every dealer and connect moving our drugs.
This doesn't make any sense.
We thought they were crushing the pills and cutting them, but they said the pills were hitting the street as is.
Which makes us look cheap and desperate.
Why is this so complicated? We've eliminated all of our enemies in Helena.
Our associates have nothing to do with this.
There is a loose thread somewhere.
Reenu? Where's Jagat? He's talking to Dhruv's helping with funeral arrangements in Punjab.
His mother.
My heart aches for her loss.
It's a disgrace we haven't found his killer yet.
What do you know about that Barbie doll cop that keeps showing up here? - The deputy? - Yep.
Nothing, other than she got away with squat.
No, that's not what I'm talking about.
She looked like she'd been in a fight.
- Yeah? - Did she kill Dhruv? I don't I don't see that as a possibility.
Well, you might not see everything.
Dhruv is dead, we have nothing on how that happened, and Annie Oakley just walks in here right after? It just seems unlikely, given Dhruv's size, don't Even if it's not her, she's gonna be trouble.
I know girls just like her annoying, little problem that we're gonna have to deal with.
We just need to be prepared for her to show up.
We eliminate the problem.
Stone, can you handle that for us? We need to think about the consequences first Can you handle it for us? Handle it how, exactly? You take Donno with you.
He knows how.
This your rig? It's the one I'm driving.
I wouldn't call it my pride and joy.
Open it.
Montana shorthorn.
Those are grade A cuts.
That's the best you can get.
Miles, what did the weigh station say he's hauling? 40,000, all in.
All this beef and you're only scaling at 40,000? Seems light.
Hey, c'mon, lady, that's prime product there.
Prime product, indeed.
Focus like a telescope I'm toxic like an envelope My fist in your head My hammer in a cantaloupe Got the antidote for your sickness God is my witness I got something for you snitches in any situation "Bound to carve it in your chest so you don't forget my name.
" That was my friend's favorite line.
Blitzkrieg, right? Still rides hard.
My class ran late.
I swear.
Sweetheart, nobody's checking your timecard.
That's an interesting idea.
Am I in trouble? Come on over.
Let's have a chat.
Hey, thanks for dinner.
- Next one's on me.
- Sounds good to me.
So, are you gonna keep cosplaying as a PI, or what? Uh, if you'll have me.
You sure that's wise? Considering you were just shot not too long ago? See, usually, when someone's offered medical leave, they don't use the time off to work another gig.
Well, look, I can only meditate - and take nature walks for so long.
- Mm.
I mean, idleness is not my friend.
Fair enough.
You know, I can't complain.
I've enjoyed spending time with you these last couple days.
Feeling is mutual.
Do you wanna come inside? - Um - Oh.
Why do I feel like I just put my foot in my mouth? No.
No, you didn't.
I'm sorry.
I, uh Uh, I am not very good at this sort of thing.
What sort of thing? I don't know.
Interpersonal relationships.
So, are you and Cassie together now interpersonally? I don't know.
I don't know what we are.
Or how to feel about any of this.
I have feelings for you, but I this whole situation with you and Cassie and everything that went down with Ronald and I don't know which way is up anymore.
Sounds like you got a choice to make.
See you at the office.
You have nothing to worry about.
Just tell us who cut the drugs, Ronit.
It wasn't me.
I swear.
You gotta believe me.
This is a complete waste of time.
If no one cut the drugs outside, then it had to come from in here.
It wasn't me.
I promise.
Maybe Donno can persuade him.
Do you know where he is? No.
No, wait.
It was your father.
Really? Yeah.
Your Your Your dad told me to cut the pills.
Why would he do that? I don't know.
I-I just do what I'm told.
Do you believe this? He told me he'd pay for my student loans.
Don't tell him I told you, okay? He'll kill me.
Do you like ice cream? - What? - Ice cream.
Let's go get some.
Take a little walk.
I'm lactose intolerant.
Well, we'll get you some acai.
- Why? - Just to get to know each other, a little employee-employer relations.
Are you gonna kill me? I haven't decided yet.
So, drivers don't pack their truck, - they just transport.
- Right, and I'm just a driver, so anything you found has nothing to do with me.
Who's your point of contact? Either of these guys look familiar? What about this guy? Have any dealings with him? Y'know, Deputy Pumpernickel here, he offered me some hot chocolate.
Thank you, by the way.
Could I have that now? With marshmallows, please and thank you.
It's actually Deputy Poppernak.
My grandfather's Ukrainian.
I'm gonna make this real easy for you.
If you give us nothing, then you go down for the drugs.
Might even be looking at manslaughter for the overdoses.
You're running drugs for a family of thugs that would poison every last person in this town if it was good for their bottom line.
Think about that for a second.
How does that line up with the good ol' Montana boy you pretend to be? Whatever money they're giving you won't do you any good behind bars.
What do you want from me? I need a man on the inside.
Someone who knows movement, who can watch and listen.
So, what do you say, Bryce? Can I count on you? Fine.
You just earned yourself some hot chocolate.
Wow, gosh.
Having a CI sounds exciting and dangerous.
Yeah, are you sure about this? I know what you're thinking.
That this is risky.
Oh, hard yes on that, but then again, I wouldn't expect anything less from you, so Okay, on brand.
I-I'll own that.
But I need evidence against the Bhullars.
And you're okay if Travis goes down with them? That's on him.
I did what I could.
Copy you.
Can I just say I love having you both back here? Yeah, it does feel like old times.
You all wanna go grab a bite? Aw, wish I could, but I have my stupid book club tonight, and I'm the one who chose the stupid book.
And I wish I could, but I got to get back to the office.
- Raincheck? - Yeah.
See you tomorrow.
Bye! Dewell and Hoyt.
Denise here.
- Hi, Denise.
- Oh, hi, Hayden.
- Uh, we were just about to close.
- I'm sorry to bother you.
Um, I just wanted to know if you had any updates on my dad.
Wait, he didn't come home? No.
Did Did you find him? Yeah, this afternoon.
He was at the spot where Mason died.
But he promised he would go home and talk to you.
Well, he didn't.
- Mark.
- Hi.
Uh, I should have called.
I just wanted to check in.
But, um, if this is a bad time No.
No, it's okay.
Do you wanna come in? C-Can I just, um Look, I know you just got back into town, and, uh, I don't want to overstep, but I did want to talk to you about us.
- Okay.
- If there even is an "us.
" I mean, I-I think there was an "us," but then everything happened and you went away, and maybe you changed your mind, and if you did, that's okay.
I'm still here for you.
I-I just wanted you to know that You're still talking too much.
I'll work on it.
There's something about this guy.
I actually think he might pull through.
Look, I know you think this CI is your golden ticket, but please, be careful.
Aren't I always?
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