Cindy la Regia: The High School Years (2023) s01e06 Episode Script

Cindy's Law

["Me Caga Tu Novia"
by Pau Laggies playing]
[lyrics in Spanish]
[Cindy] To every action
there is a reaction.
Opposites attract.
The laws of physics
apply to everything, right?
Space and time are inextricably connected.
[school bell rings]
Pressure is always greater
when concentrated on one given area.
[Latin pop music continues]
And time is so relative
that two months can feel like two hours
and two minutes can feel like two seconds.
And one instant
- [slow ticking]
- [music stops]
Can feel like an eternity.
[music resumes playing]
This last question is a tiebreaker.
What is the meaning
of an isentropic process?
- [buzzer rings]
- Bohr Egos, what is your answer?
A process where entropy remains constant.
[man] That is correct!
- Ah, hell yeah!
- Ohhh!
[boys chuckle]
[man] On your marks,
Get set [inhaling]
[blows whistle]
- Go ahead.
- No, you go.
- [Juancho] No, you go.
- [Cindy] Come on.
- You go first
- No, you
[blows whistle]
[boy] Really?
Do you guys think Paquito and I are dense?
That we don't see what's happening here?
[boy sighs]
You guys are way too distracted,
we'll never reach the finals.
Relax, okay?
We still have time left.
- We'll figure something out.
- Well, what do you propose?
I mean, like when a soccer team has a,
like, a sort of sleepover,
the night before a match.
[Paquito] Yes! I've always wanted
to be on a soccer team!
- Cindy, I love the idea!
- Ah!
["Riding the Vibe" by Lestley
Renaldo Pierce Jr. playing]
- [kiss]
- [Lu chuckles]
So then, it's official?
- Mm-hm.
- That's super cool.
[girls] super cool.
Hey, and everything's okay with Cindy?
Yeah, we're fine.
But not like before, obviously.
[girls] Obviously not.
[Regina] I mean, after what happened
[Max] Hey, what are you guys
talking about?
- Hey, babe.
- Hello.
- [kiss]
- Nothing.
Did I interrupt you guys or
Antonia, will you marry me?
- [Angie] Bitch, please!
- Hey, Angie!
Mm! Come on, Auntie.
You're telling me, that, what?
There's 20 couples on this stupid show
that casually found their forever person?
- I ain't buying that shit, uh-uh.
- Don't talk like that.
I like him for that cute,
little blonde girl.
- No way. You can tell he stinks.
- There's more match.
- I'm heading out.
- Oh, honey.
Are you sure you really have
to spend the whole night there?
- [chuckles]
- I'm just worried.
I mean, where are you gonna sleep?
I don't understand.
- [chuckles]
- No, I'm serious.
[Cindy] Mom, relax, okay?
And besides,
we're preparing for the semi-final.
Okay, fine. But please behave, okay?
- I love you.
- Love you more.
- [groans] Cindy!
- Gotcha!
[all chuckle]
[dramatic, inspirational music playing]
[boy claps once]
All right folks! Are you ready?
For the greatest, most exciting
and most unforgettable night of physics
of your whole entire lives?
- [music stops]
- [light clapping]
Thank you.
And thank you, Cindy.
This will help us a lot.
[Juancho] Yeah, that was a great idea.
[Paquito] Want some?
What's that?
Aperol spritz, baby. [clicks teeth]
[Cindy] Look, I made these.
Wow! [chuckles]
- You thought of everything.
- [Cindy] Pic pic.
[camera motor whirs and flash clicks]
[boy] Juancho, what's Newton's first law?
Come on, I can't hear you!
Attention, Paquito.
Which property of the air
alters the speed of sound?
I love you a lot, but
[sighing]enough, dude.
It's almost 5 a.m.
All right, I'll give you five minutes,
and then I want you all
back here, we clear?
[moaning] No!
[Camarena] Cheer up, Paquito!
Wanna hit the vending machines?
[tapping buttons]
[whirring noise]
[whirring noise continues]
- No, no, no, no, no!
- It's physics, Juancho.
Karate chop.
[Juancho snickers]
So that's your big idea?
[both chuckle]
[Latin pop music playing]
[Latin vocals]
[Cindy chuckles faintly]
[music continues]
[music continues]
[both chuckle faintly]
If everyone knows
And they all kinda accept it
And we're pretty serious.
Then we can
So wait, so if you want me
to buy you a ring or something,
I gotta Well, I have to start saving
- because I don't have that kind of dough.
- [laughing] No.
No. [giggling]
No, I meant, you could meet my mom.
As my boyfriend.
[music fades out]
- [man] This last question is a tiebreaker.
- [applause]
In an irreversible adiabatic process,
what kind of entropy increases:
the system's, the environment's,
both of them, or neither?
[buzzer rings]
Thermodynamics is your strength, okay?
Only the system's entropy grows.
Your final answer
- is correct!
- [Cindy squeals]
- The Bohr Egos move on to the finals.
- Yeah!
[upbeat music playing]
- [all chuckling]
- Yeah!
[chuckling and chattering]
[music stops]
Mmm. We can watch
something else, you know?
We don't have to watch this
if you don't want to.
How does it work, huh?
Which girl gives the ring?
The one who can pay for it.
That's fantastic!
Did you know that the bride's family
pays for absolutely everything here?
[chuckles] Really?
- Crazy, am I right?
- Yeah.
Angie, I hope you know that
you can tell me anything, I mean it.
Auntie, you know how sometimes
we confuse friendship
with being in love with somebody?
Well, I mean, the thing is,
I think all love comes, you know,
from friendship, make sense?
It's the foundation for love.
Damn, I feel mind-fucked.
- Jeez, Angie!
- [chuckling]
Where did that potty mouth
of yours come from, huh?
[Angie chuckles]
How did it go?
Our team won!
Cindy! [squeals]
My daughter the genius
is going to the finals!
I love you, I'm so proud of you.
Honey, your daughter's an Einstein!
What's wrong? What's going on?
Hey, wait! What's up with you?
You little rascal.
It's that dancing nerd, isn't it?
So you did tickle his fancy, huh?
[Caro] Dinner's ready!
So, how was it?
Come on, Cindy, cut it out, tell me!
Okay, well
Mmm, he said,
"I could kiss you in this moment."
[dreamy music playing]
- And that was it. We kissed.
- [music stops]
Or did we?
[woman] You have your passport
appointment on Wednesday.
- It shouldn't take long.
- [cell phone vibrating]
I'll try to arrive earlier.
You know how annoyed Vasconcelos gets.
And I moved the breakfast
with Susana to Wednesday at 7 a.m.
So you'll have plenty of time
to get to the passport office.
- Mom?
- Hang on, princess, gimme one sec, love.
Marla, no, no nobody has breakfast
at seven in the morning.
- What's wrong, princess? Tell me. baby.
- Umm
Are you free on Saturday?
- What's on Friday?
- Saturday, Mom.
Oh no, my love,
I have a pedicure then, so no.
Yeah, okay, Saturday though.
Saturday night.
What about Saturday?
- [woman] Saturday, a meeting
- Do you know Max?
Of course, Max.
He's the Suno's son,
Ana and Jaime's oldest. How could I not?
No No, ma.
That's Max Suno. I meant Max Johnson?
The American?
Oh, of course, my love. I know him, yes.
- [woman] Just forwarded you
- I'd like us to have dinner Saturday.
I told you 11!
[woman] Oh, sorry.
No, darling,
I wasn't speaking to you, princess.
[Lu sighs]
Well, it's important for me and I'd like
to cook. I want it to be nice
No, Anita. Flour tortillas
have too many carbs, my dear.
- Okay, so
- [woman] All right, I'll confirm.
what do you think?
[woman] The meeting with the company
- And breakfast is at 11 am.
- [Lu] Yes?
- Marla
- [woman] Hmm?
[inhaling deeply]
Cancel my schedule on Saturday evening
because I'm having dinner
with my daughter.
[woman] Of course. Mara, ma'am. It's Mara.
Yeah, I said Mara.
- We're set then, yes?
- [woman] Okay.
[rock music playing]
[school bell ringing]
[ringing and music stop]
All right, you kids. Here's the deal
with the Nationals at Saltillo.
The contest is very early in the morning,
so we'll have to spend the night there.
Your itineraries are in those envelopes.
Hey, eyes on the prize, yeah?
There's no room
for distractions. Are we clear?
- Very clear.
- Yes, sir.
I'll see you all bright
and early for departure.
All right.
Oh, no.
We're up against the Guanajuato Galileos.
They almost crushed us last time.
This can't be true.
[pounds hands]
[dramatic drum music]
- We're the Bohr Egos!
- [upbeat music playing]
Paquito, no one can beat you
at calculations.
[Paquito and Cindy chuckle]
Juancho, no one graphs better than you.
And Camarena,
no one dominates formulas like you.
No one. Understood?
- Yeah!
- You're right!
We're going to win,
we're taking the trophy,
and I'll declare my love to Yolanda.
[music stops]
Come on, come here.
Who is Yolanda?
A girl in Salamanca he likes.
Last year, she approached
Camarena and asked for the time,
and he told her
he doesn't speak to the enemy, okay?
- No!
- I mean, hello?
Winning nationals, is possible,
but, for Camarena to declare his love?
[both] Impossible.
- [man] Go back, ladies!
- [sighs]
[whistle blows]
That's it! Kick, kick, kick! Quickly!
[Angie chuckles]
- Hello.
- What's going on?
Finally, right?
With after school work, extracurriculars,
it's impossible to hang out.
You're the one who's always busy.
I'm just always
watching reality shows with my aunt.
- Made you brownies.
- [girl] I'll meet you in the locker room.
The sisters wanted me to tell you hello.
[Angie chuckles]
Tere Treviño,
um, I could kiss you in this moment.
Uh, it's not that big of a deal.
I burned them a little bit, sorry.
- Yeah, yeah.
- [Lu] Angie, you're up.
What's up? Are you all right?
Yeah, I got a migraine.
- What happened? What's up?
- [groans]
It's stress from the dinner or something.
You want an Advil?
- [groans]
- Lu?
Lu! Hey!
[Bohr Egos]
We're the Bohr Egos! Not Borregos!
- [boy] No!
- We don't assume it,
we ask questions!
Without paradox, we win the most!
Bohr Egos!
- [cheering]
- Wait for me here.
See thaaaat?
[melodic alt-rock music playing]
[music stops]
One more year of you running into her,
and one more year
of you not speaking to her.
- [Yolanda giggles]
- Look at this place.
- I can't believe we're here.
- This is so badass!
- Whoa! Wait! Where are you going?
- [Cindy] Do you trust me?
[Cindy giggles]
Dude, it's really gonna happen, bro.
- It's gonna happen.
- [Cindy chattering]
- Just be chill, okay?
- What, how am I gonna relax, bro?
- Something's happening.
- Everything'll be fine.
- Absolutely.
- She'll make it work 'cause she's a woman.
- Thanks guys. Bye!
- [boy] Shhh!
What happened? What did you tell her?
What did she tell you? Uh
- She gave me her number.
- No way, man!
[Cindy] She's in room 206.
- Wow!
- We're meeting in 30 minutes.
- Yes I did!
- Holy shit! Yeah!
- Yes she did!
- [all chuckling]
- Hey.
- [Cindy] Uh-oh.
You three will be sharing a room.
Of course.
- [Paquito] Thank's so much.
- [Camarena] Thank you.
- You're doing great. Don't get distracted.
- [boys chattering]
- See yeah.
- Bye now.
She won't be long now.
Mm-hm, yeah.
[lively music playing faintly]
[Yolanda breathing deeply]
[sets cell phone down]
Look at the bright side.
What's the bright side
about my mom standing me up tonight?
Maybe we could make use of this, Lu.
Come on.
[lively music starts, builds in intensity]
- [Latin dance music playing]
- [all cheering]
- [boy] Bottom's up.
- [chuckling]
- [great]
- [all chuckling]
[Cindy] Yeah!
[chattering and cheering]
Yeah! Ooh!
- Go! Go! Go!
- Hey, hey, hey!
Listen up! Listen up, listen up!
Wanna go to the pool?
- Yeah, dude!
- Yes!
Jump! Jump! Jump!
To us!
[music stops]
Come here. Come!
[Lu giggles]
- [Lu giggles]
- [Max groans]
Come here.
I'm so sorry I'm late, princess,
but I had an emergency at the office
[Lu, gasping] Oh, fuck!
- Mom!
- [Max groans]
[Max] Mmm
Fuck, uh, Mom, this is Max, Max, my mom.
- Leave now.
- [Max] Max Johnson
Yup. Nice to meet you.
- Johnson?
- [Max] Okay?
- Is this what you do while I'm working?
- No!
No? Then what did I interrupt just now?
What is wrong with you?
Why do you do these things?
Maybe if you were here
you would have noticed.
You better not talk to me that way.
Sorry, I forgot my shoes.
Sorry, sorry, sorry.
Oh, come on, Lucía,
is this what I taught you?
Please, come to your senses!
What is going on with you?
Nothing! You can't even, pretend to care!
- I care! Wait! Don't you dare walk away!
- No, you don't even care!
- [Paquito] Eat this.
- [boy] But I always do this.
The truth is that I
Come on, man.
[both chuckling]
[indistinct chatter]
[boy chuckling]
- I'm really glad you're here.
- [chuckling]
- I don't think anyone's ever had fun here.
- [chuckling]
Not like this, anyway.
Do you wanna go somewhere
a little more quiet and private?
- [quiet, jazzy music playing]
- [Cindy chuckles]
[Cindy chuckles]
[music fades out]
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Slow down.
There's no rush.
this means nothing, right?
I mean, this.
[quiet, jazzy music resumes playing]
Cindy, you're too drunk.
[music fades out]
Hey, Cindy.
Hey, hey!
[approaching footsteps]
[Esteban groans faintly]
Please don't say anything.
Everything's fine?
I'm not so sure.
Let me have a guess, it's Juancho?
I feel weird talking to a teacher
about these things.
How about a friend?
[both chuckle]
Well, I'm sure that your friends
can say this way better than I can.
we men can be very foolish at that age.
you're also a mature young woman.
Okay, that's enough. Okay, okay.
Time to go to bed,
'cause tomorrow we have a final to win.
Come on.
- [groaning]
- Come on.
Mmm. Thank you.
- It's nothing.
- Mmm.
[Esteban breathing deeply]
[electronic door lock bleeps]
Goodnight, Cindy.
My god, you said Cindy!
[faint, tense music playing]
[Cindy moans]
[Cindy moans loudly]
[music stops]
- [faint, tense music playing]
- [Esteban panting slowly]
[moody music playing]
[melodic, Latin pop music playing]
[Spanish lyrics]
[music stops]
[music resumes playing]
Cindy, I'm pregnant.
[music continues]
[music continues]
[song ends]
["Rhyme or Reason" by Benny Jay,
Katt Tansy Bing & Victor Stanwick playing]
Wake me up ♪
When it's all over ♪
The sun is up ♪
But I'm getting colder ♪
Getting me high ♪
When I'm with you in the morning ♪
You hold me when it's pouring ♪
I feel safe ♪
I wonder why ♪
Does she leave when I need her ♪
With no rhyme or no reason ♪
She's away ♪
Does she leave when I need her ♪
With no rhyme or no reason ♪
[song ends]
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