Bump (2021) s01e10 Episode Script


- Really?
- I made him do it.
That is a new frontier of lameness.
Oh, come on, Oly, please. Please!
Please, darling.
How's How's little Baby J?
- She's not very big on sleeping anymore.
- Oh, no.
That's that four-month
sleep regression thing. Hm.
So, did you tell Mr Hanover
why I'm not speaking to you
when you were drawing
him into this subterfuge?
Uh, no, not exactly.
I just cannot believe
that you did that, Mum.
You share a grandchild.
I'm really sorry. Just,
please, just come home.
It's not home anymore.
You broke it.
Uh, Croaker told me
about your exam results.
Oh, yes, and ?
I think he's right. I think you
should do your HSC part-time.
My PIP is literally about
the 132 million girls
who don't get to go to school.
- I know.
- Yes?
And now my mother wants
me to give up my education.
I'm not saying that!
What about Rosa? Does she know?
Thought not.
FYI, I'm getting Jacinda christened.
In a church. Bernardita
says you have to come.
Maybe you should sit next to Rosa
seeing as though you
have so much in common.
- Everything OK?
- She was a shitty baby.
She didn't sleep for two years.
I gave up work until she went to school.
I I did everything.
You raise a child for 16 years
and she is so fucking ungrateful.
She's getting Baby J christened.
In a church?
No, in a servo. Yes, in a church.
Whew. Wow!
Shit, eh?
Wow, I don't I
don't know, I suppose
- live and let live, huh?
- Sorry?
What the fuck is going on
today? Is everyone insane?
Well, presumably it's
the old girl's idea.
Might be her dying wish.
But fair enough. What's the harm?
What's the harm?!
Our daughter has left us!
And she is going against
everything that she believes in!
Our beautiful granddaughter is
going to be used as a warm prop
in a piece of political theatre
by a protection racket for paedophiles
and male supremacists,
as you and Oly usually
refer to the Church.
You don't mind?
I've been focusing my
energies on forgiving others.
- I mean, you should try it, Ange.
- Oh! Mm!
We could have the afterparty here.
Oh, my God.
This little jerk wanted to play
between 2:30 and 5:30 this morning.
- Where is everyone?
- It's Saturday.
Hello, Olympia, have you
met the Hernandez family?
Saturday, football. Tea?
Yeah, please. Thank you.
Get the ball. Jujo, move up!
Go! Go, go, go!
Did you know that less than
half the countries in the world
have achieved gender
parity at high school level?
- Is that right?
- Yeah.
- Why aren't we protesting this?
- I don't know.
What are you wearing
tomorrow for the christening?
- I hadn't thought about it.
- Hm!
That's the Rocky I want to see.
Good boy! Well done!
Well done, guys. Well played.
You guys sit over there.
Everybody else over here.
Hey! What's up?
Hey, will you come home later?
Uh, probably in a few hours.
I have to stay back and ref
another game. Is everything OK?
- Ol?
- Well, um, I don't know.
'Cause I've got my project to finish.
- Um, is Ita home?
- Go, Jujo!
She's shopping with Rosa.
Uh Go, boys!
Santiago. Mate, you're refereeing.
Hey, don't even think about it, Puffy.
That's keeper's ball.
I'm so sorry, Ol, I gotta go.
It's alright. J will help
me finish my assignment.
- Won't you?
- OK, bye.
Alright, bye! Bye.
- 11 million girls are at risk of
- Oly.
11 million girls will
never go back to school
because of the pandemic.
- How come?
- Religion.
Nothing scares them more
than a girl with a book.
- Malala?
- Yeah.
Do you have to work on this right now?
Well, it's a week overdue, so
I would have done it yesterday,
but it didn't really work out
with soccer and everything.
- Ol, have you had any sleep?
- No.
Come on, chill out. Come back to bed.
Chilling out doesn't really
work out great for me.
- What?
- The last time I chilled out,
I fucked up and I had a baby.
And my parents lost
it and my family broke.
Oh, and I failed the half-yearlies
because I was spending
too much time with you,
so I don't think I will
be doing that, thank you.
Oh, hey, good party last night?
You were pretty stoned
when you got home.
Maybe that's why you didn't
wake up when J was crying.
I'm sorry, are you saying
having Baby J was a fuck-up?
What would you call it?
You know the christening's today, right?
- Like, in a few hours.
- I'm aware.
Don't you look pretty now?
Uh-uh. Stand up straight.
So, boobs out. And smile, Olympia!
You look like you're going to a funeral.
My daughter, my Santi
and now our Sorpresa.
Are all the guests arriving already?
I thought it was just immediate family.
Family and friends.
- Here.
- Oh, no.
You were going to wear your
ugly boots to Sorpresa's baptism?
Here, put them on. Let's go.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- You OK?
- Yep.
- You look
- No.
- OK.
- Alrighty.
So, I'll talk you
through the main points.
You don't have to worry. Cool?
So after you say the baby's full name,
I'll ask both the
parents and the godparents
if you're willing to
raise a baby in the faith.
And then you'll say
Sweet, yeah. Easy.
I mean, I'm I'm Muslim,
so I don't know if
Well, perhaps if I just ask the parents.
Yes, we are?
Awesome. Santiago and Olympia, each
of you make a sign of the cross,
I'll bless the water for the baptism,
anoint the baby with the sacred oils
and read from the catechism.
"Born with a fallen human nature
and tainted by original sin,
children have need of
this new birth in baptism
to be brought into the realm
of the freedom of the children of God,
to which all men are called."
My God!
- That is such bullshit.
- Oly.
OK, wait.
For starters, "babies
are born with sin".
And "the realm of
men". What the actual
OK, what about the girls?
Hey, are you alright?
I'm fine.
- Oly.
- She's nervous.
No problem.
- Hey.
- Hi. How are you?
How you going?
See you in there.
- Hello.
- Very good of you to make it.
Would not miss this kabuki show.
- You look beautiful.
- Thank you.
- You can't say that.
- I just did.
We must stop meeting like this.
Hey, are you OK?
She's still here, right?
Hey, Dad, can you take
Sorpresa for a second?
I think she ran for it.
- What the fuck, Oly?
- I'm sorry.
If you didn't want to do
this, you should have said.
I freaked out, OK? But I'm I'm OK.
I'm coming back.
I'm sorry. I can't.
Would you like to?
Yes. Yes.
What name do you give your child?
Jacinda Maria Rosalinda
Aurora Hernandez
She's our Sorpresa.
And do you reject Satan
and all his empty promises?
- I do.
- Sick name for a band.
In the name of the Father,
the Son and the Holy Spirit.
- Amen.
- Amen.
- Hello!
- I'm Angie. Welcome.
- Thanks for coming.
- Nice to meet you.
- There's presents over there.
- Great to see you.
- Hi!
- Girl!
- Hello, mate.
- How are you?
- Good. Thanks for coming.
- You're allowed a champagne.
- How are we?
- Thanks for coming.
- Hello, I'm Angie. Angel.
- How are you? You look great.
- Hello. Hello. Hola.
- Oh, nice handbag.
Hey, grab a beer. Help yourself.
- Thank you.
- Good to see you.
- Hello, Angie and Dom.
- Wow!
- You didn't need to do that.
- South American.
- Oh, delicious.
- I bags one of those.
You're not drinking
through the day, Edie.
Hey, guys. Sorry I didn't
get to say hello before.
Oh, gorgeous. Look at that.
- Oh.
- Thank you.
What is it? "Pisco
" espirit-oo del ek-why."
- Espiritu del Elqui.
- Thank you, Mati-arse.
Shall I get us some
glasses, have a drink?
Try not to be a prick.
That all went pretty well in the end.
Sure, if you think a newborn
baby needs to be cleansed of sin
by a hipster in a dog collar
and his imaginary friend.
You have no concept of
family or what it is,
or what Bernardita's been through.
You're like a big kid.
- You live on your boat, do whatever you like.
- Mm-hm.
I don't know how the fuck
Angie puts up with you.
Well, thank you for that insight.
But she won't have to anymore
because we're finished.
What is this?
This is our TAZ.
He read about it on the internet.
Yeah, the temporary autonomous zone.
It's like a counter-curse.
Yeah, we're reclaiming
Baby J's little soul
for the rebels and the artists,
the queers and the freaks and the geeks.
- Oh!
- There we are!
Now the baby's turn.
- Wow!
- Thank you.
- Ooh, OK, maybe not.
- Oh, no. No, no, no, no.
Now the gifts.
Oh, my God, it is perfect.
- God, don't wish that on the poor kid.
- Come here.
Jacinda, even though
you're not actually mine,
I'll still love you anyway.
- Aw!
- Come here.
Oh, that's so cute!
Thank you.
Little bangles.
I got your mum, boo. And I will
teach you all the girl stuff,
because your mum is crap at that.
- I love you.
- I love you too.
OK, here we go.
Now, I know your parents
have no sense of fashion,
especially your dad.
Doesn't mean you should miss out.
- Here you go, guys.
- Oh!
- Got her the matching shoes!
- Oh, wow!
Thank you.
Make sure you pay attention, baby girl.
Now please join hands,
ladies and gentlemen.
- Where did you even get that?
- Etsy.
Alright, here we go.
Baby J, may you forever
get to be who you truly are.
Now, you grow with love, Baby J.
- Snap.
- Whoo!
- Alright, let's dance, queens!
- Yes, let's dance.
- Do it.
- I'll take my stuff.
- Yeah, I got it.
- Let's go, boys.
Let's go, let's dance.
- I got it.
- Oh, thank you.
- Mm-hm.
- Hey, gorgeous.
Can we talk?
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
- Oh! Whew!
- Oh!
Mm, your poor daughter.
A baby at 16. I mean,
it's hard enough at 26.
Yeah, I wouldn't
recommend it at 46 either.
No, she's a good girl.
No sense of fashion.
Never send them back. Would you?
No. Uh-uh.
So you're splitting up with Dom?
That's that's all very recent.
Not really talking about it yet.
Mm, yeah, marriage is tough.
Yeah. Oh, we weren't married, but, um
Yeah, things change over
25 years, that's for sure.
You know, Matias always
liked working with you.
And now you're grandparents together.
Yeah, funny.
So funny.
No, no, no, I'm fine. No, I'm
From what I've seen
I think you're
doing a great job, Oly.
It's a pretty low baseline
considering I didn't
even know I was pregnant.
I think you just maybe need some sleep.
J and I are gonna move
back home with Mum.
- For good, or
- I don't know.
Wh what about us?
We've done everything backwards.
- Yeah, but
- We're still in high school.
We have a baby and we just got together.
Who does that?
We want completely different lives.
We're doomed.
I'm just confused, Oly. I thought
I thought we were in love.
Mum and Dad were in love.
Yeah, but, I mean, it's
I think that we should break up now.
Before we hate each other.
- That's bullshit.
- What? Why?
Who are we to dictate what's
gonna happen in the future, Oly?
We could be like Ita and Alejandro.
We could not. I mean
My parents only had
a few years together.
No-one knows how it's gonna go.
So why don't we just
see what happens?
That's your plan?
- Yeah.
- To see what happens?
- Thank you.
- Goodnight.
- Wonderful night.
- You're beautiful!
- You are!
- Beautiful kids.
Oh, Santi.
- You're going?
- Yeah.
Thanks for having us, Ms Davis.
Your little work friend.
When did it happen?
Oh. I feel like a teenager.
In a good way.
Don't you laugh at me.
I'm so sorry about Matias.
It only happened once and we didn't
La-la! Oh!
You cannot conceive
how much I don't want
to hear the end of that sentence.
Mm-hm. Yeah.
- Oh!
- Just please never do it again.
I won't.
I won't, I promise.
Are you gonna come back home?
I am so proud of you.
I know that we didn't
really sign up for this.
But I think we're doing OK.
But we need to get some sleep
because we have a lot of
work to do tomorrow, hey?
We need to get our average up
if we're gonna do the
advanced units next year.
Hey, look.
Goodnight, stars.
Goodnight, planes.
Goodnight, Nanna's back garden.
Goodnight, back lane.
Goodnight, giant bamboo.
Goodnight, lorikeets and cockatoos.
Goodnight, little babies.
Goodnight, you.
Previous EpisodeNext Episode