Easy (2016) s01e03 Episode Script

Brewry Brothers

1 [technician] Are you excited? [Sherri] Mmm-hmm.
- [technician] Is this your first baby? - Yeah.
- Yep.
[laughs] - [chuckles] The monitor behind me is where you guys can see.
Okay, there's the baby.
And you do wanna know what you're having, right? - Yeah.
- [Matt] Yeah.
All right, let me just get the baby in the right position.
[exhales] It's a boy.
- Are you sure? - [chuckles] Yes, I'm pretty sure.
[Sherri and Matt chuckle] It's crazy.
[laughs] [upbeat music playing] - Hey, Sunflower.
- Hey.
Is, uh is my brother here? - Uh, yeah, you can go on back.
- Great, thanks.
[chuckling] Dude, what are you What are you doin' here? I'm here to - What's goin' on? - introduce you to your nephew.
- Dude, it's a boy? - Yeah, man.
- Fuck! - [both laugh] - Yes! Congrats, dude.
- [sighs] Yeah, I know.
We're very excited.
- Let me see that.
Let me see that.
- It was, uh - Yeah.
- Holy shit.
- You made that with your dick.
- I sure did.
- And - Yeah.
- there is his - That's his - He's got your little baby dick, too.
- [chuckles] That's very funny.
[Jeff] He's Dude! - [Matt] Yeah, yeah.
- Oh, my God.
How you feelin'? - [Matt] I'm feelin' good.
- Yeah? - That's something - Hi.
- Hey.
- Baby.
Baby, baby, baby.
What? - It's a boy! It's Yeah.
- It's a boy? - Yeah, it is.
- [laughs] Yes! Here, let me show you.
- That's my boy.
- Oh, my God, dude, that is so awesome.
- That's our boy.
- Yes.
You take care of it, we come and have fun with it.
We have to get dinner soon, okay? - Okay, that sounds great.
- Oh, it's so good to see you.
- It's great - Excuse me.
What are they up to in there? Oh, dude, these are these are the Half Acre guys.
We're doin', like, this collaborative beer-coffee thing with them.
It's gonna be fucking cool.
By the way, what are you doin' later? They offered to give me a tour of their new brewery.
Do you wanna come with? - [Jeff] It's cool, right? - It's pretty great, yeah.
- It's pretty impressive.
- Yeah.
- How about that smell, though, right? - Yeah.
- God, I fuckin' love that smell.
- It's delicious.
- It smells delicious.
- [chuckles] Dude, do you ever you ever brew anymore? - No, no, no, I haven't brewed - No, not at all? No, I haven't brewed in years.
- Dude.
- Yeah.
Oh, shit, dude.
[chuckles] - What's goin' on, man? - Good to see you.
- This is my brother Matt.
- Hey, Matt.
Great to meet you.
Thank you so much for having us.
We appreciate it.
- Absolutely.
This is fuckin' - I'm very excited.
This is awesome.
I can't believe I haven't been here yet.
Yeah, it's cool.
Let me show you guys around.
Please do.
This is Looks like a lot of fun.
I love all the games you guys have around and the skateboards and - [Jeff chuckles] - Yeah.
We screw around as much as we can around here.
- Yeah? - It's kind of part of the gig.
Oh, so this is where all the fermentation happens, right here? Yeah, this is where it happens.
Uh, it's where beer becomes beer.
We kinda We make all the wort on that side, pump it over here, - hooks up with yeast - Wow.
and then two weeks later, you got beer.
[Jeff] Dude, I was gonna brew at my place tonight.
You should come.
Say yes.
- Yeah, man.
- Come on, yes.
All right? [stammering] I gotta check with Sherri first.
- Okay.
All right.
- That sounds fun.
- Right? - No, thanks for inviting me, man.
Brothers back together.
Absolutely, man.
- Thank you for coming.
- Yeah.
Uncle Jeff.
[Jeff laughs] [Matt] Man, this is crazy how much new stuff you have here.
[Jeff] You like it? [Matt] It's really impressive.
Yeah, man, I got a new boil kettle, new mash tun.
I went for the big boys.
You did.
It doesn't even look like the same same thing.
Last time you were here, I only had the little guys, right? - I know.
I mean - Dude.
You check out the, uh, the taps on the cooler? - Yeah.
- How about that, huh? It's, uh, very impressive.
Hey, man, I'm glad you're here.
- Yeah, me too, man.
- [chuckles] [Matt] How long again? [Jeff] Like, um like a year and a half.
[Matt] That has got to be some kind of record for you.
[Jeff laughs] Hey, man, what can I say? I get to I get to work with my friends, my girl.
- [chuckles] I can fuckin' smoke at work.
- [chuckles] Yeah, uh, it could be worse.
Hey, didn't I read didn't I read in the Tribune that Dark Matter's, like, looking to expand? - That Jesse, like, found a place in LA.
- Going to LA.
- Right.
Yeah, I read that.
- Yes, yes.
Yeah, we're we're fuckin' We're killin' it, man.
- That's great.
- It's like Yeah.
- That is really cool, man.
- I'm, like, good at what I do.
- It feels fucking good.
- Awesome.
I'm happy - Hey.
- [both] Hey! [Matt] There you are.
- How's the brew day goin'? - Yeah, it's, uh, it's goin'.
[chuckles] Yeah.
It's been a lot of fun.
It's cool.
[Russ] Awesome.
How long until the next hop addition? Uh, 30, maybe maybe 30 minutes.
- [Matt] Yeah.
Makes sense.
- Yeah? Awesome.
That's probably long enough to smoke this joint.
Plenty of time, yes.
[chuckles] Uh I don't know.
- [Jeff] When was the last time you smoked? - Come on.
It's been, uh - It's been enough time.
- [Russ] Yeah? Yeah, I don't need you guys seein' me get weird.
[Noelle] Come on, dude.
[Jeff] All right.
Well, hey, man, if you wanna smoke, smoke.
If you don't, that's totally fine.
We're not gonna think you're any less cool, all right? [Noelle] Set yourself free.
[Matt chuckles] You guys need to monetize this situation.
[Jeff] Dude.
[Matt] That's what you need to do.
You need to make money off of it.
- He talks to me all the time - [Matt] Right? Every day, every fuckin' day, dude, I say, "Let's fuckin' Let's do some underground shit in this garage.
- Let's sell some shit.
" - Russ, talk to me about, like Just, like, lay it on me.
Lay logistics.
Give me the logistics.
I don't know, if we got some ingredients, like yeast and stuff, from our brewing friends - [Jeff] Yeah.
- Like, 150 bucks most.
[Matt] 150 bucks most, right.
- Yeah.
- [Matt] So, how much [sing-song] how much would you make? - [Russ] Well, I mean, like, selling - [mumbling] [Russ] Selling pints is the most money you can make.
Well, that's the fuckin' idea right there.
You just [Russ] But we'd get busted in a second.
[all clamoring] Russ, what what could we do? What could we do that we wouldn't get fucking caught for it that we could actually make money on? - [Matt] Like - I love growlers.
[Matt] Growlers [sighs] such a good idea.
How many growlers have we gotten from Half Acre? [Matt] Wait a minute.
[Jeff] Yes, yes.
Holy shit.
[Matt] Okay, so how much do you sell a growler for? - I don't know, 20 15, 20 bucks.
- [Jeff] Okay.
And then in, like, one batch, how many How many growlers could we fill with one batch? [Russ] Thirty, uh Like, 60.
That's sick! - We fill 60, we need to sell seven.
- [Noelle] That's sick.
[Jeff] The rest is all profit.
- That's a thousand - [Russ] Yeah.
That's like $1,060.
[Jeff] Fuckin' math.
Fuckin' math.
It's like $1,060, somewhere around there.
$1,050, $1,060 [Noelle] You could open up a beer garden.
[Jeff] Did you say $1,050 profit? Profit? [Matt] So that's, like [Jeff] Matt.
Profit? That's like, uh, what, like 1,000 That's like 1,000% profit.
[Jeff] Thousand percent We're fuckin' do We're starting an illegal brewery.
- We can do some, like - We are fuckin' doin' it! - That's confirmed.
- beer garden shit.
- [laughing] - [Jeff] You didn't hate it.
You didn't hate it.
[Matt] I don't hate it.
I don't hate it.
Trying to wrap my head around this.
So it'd be like No name, it's just a fuckin' symbol.
I don't [Noelle] Well, like [Jeff] Is that pretentious, or is that fucking cool? No, that's awesome, because nobody [Matt] I don't really give a shit what it is.
- Nobody's done that, like - [Matt] You won't get caught, though, because, like, it'll just be, like, an image.
You'd have to, like, "Oh, well, did you get that beer from that fuckin' whatever that fuckin' image is?" If fuckin' Don't Fret made our symbol, that would be - Yes, yes, yes.
- [Noelle] Yeah, yeah.
Don't fret.
- He wouldn't do it for, like, any, like - Don't you do it.
'Cause he's one of my, like, good friends.
[Matt] Don't you do it.
Then that's great.
- Make the call.
Let's go.
- [Jeff chuckles] - [Russ laughs] - [Matt] Don't you fret.
[Jeff] Don't you fuckin' fret.
- [Jeff] Hey, don't you fret.
- I feel like I need to take this from - No, no, no.
Hey! - Don't you Real quick, before we all forget this conversation ever existed [Russ] Yeah.
[Matt] Yes.
Are we fuckin' making a fuckin' illegal brewery? [Noelle] We're doing a brewery! Are we doin' this, man? Seriously, I'm serious, man.
Don't fuckin', like, wake up and pretend this didn't happen.
[Russ] Yeah.
We might need to get this in writing from him.
[Russ and Jeff laugh] - No, this is a good idea.
- [Jeff] Okay, okay.
- 1,000% profit.
- This is so cool.
[floorboards creaking] - [Sherri] Hey.
- [whispering] Hey.
Go back to sleep.
It's okay.
It's late? [Matt] I'm fine.
Hey, boogie nights.
- [moaning] - [chuckles] - How'd you sleep? - [grunts] So good.
I'm so sorry.
I assume you don't wanna come to the hardware store to pick out paint colors like we talked about.
I don't think I can do that right now.
Well, I will make you a deal.
I will go to the hardware store and let you lounge in bed and drink my delicious coffee Oh, my God.
if you help me paint later.
- [blows raspberries] Deal.
- All right.
- I can't wait.
- All right.
I love you.
I love you.
[rock music playing in distance] [breathes deeply] [moans softly] [chuckles] [grunts] - You were a little slow.
- Yeah.
You gotta keep that tempo up.
- Sorry.
- [chuckling] Toking Like, 'cause if Like, when you slow down, I slow down, and it just It doesn't sound good.
You want to just do it again then? - Yeah.
- All right.
[Noelle] Hey there, little lemoncita Won't you come down? I'm trying to meet ya Hey there, little lemoncita - Yo.
- What's up? Hey, man, can I steal a cup? - Of course.
- Love you.
You've been having fun Bap-do-da-duh-da-da-dih-do-da Hanging in the sun Bap-do-da-duh-dap-dap-do-da [Jeff] These are so good, man.
[Noelle] Yeah.
- It's so good.
- [artist] Well, yeah, man.
I was just goin' for, like, older people from the neighborhood.
- Like, super working class.
- [Jeff] It's great.
This guy, I don't know This guy's jumpin' out to me.
- I mean - [Noelle] It's uncanny.
Like, I want - I want you to be our logo, Russ.
- Nah.
Just because I want you to get as much pussy as possible.
[both laugh] - I'm gonna send some pictures to Matt.
- [artist] Cool.
- He is gonna love these.
- Yeah.
All right, let's see.
[phone chimes] Baby, can you just take a break today? Please? Uh, yeah, sorry.
It's just some work stuff.
This is our baby boy's room, and we talked about keeping it a technology-free zone.
You're right.
You're right.
- Yeah? - Yeah, I'm sorry.
- Okay.
- I'll make it wait.
- Thank you.
I really appreciate it.
- All right.
I know you have stuff to do.
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[moaning] [groaning] [yelling] [both chuckle quietly] Fuck, I don't wanna do anymore.
- Oh, my God.
- [Russ] Yeah.
- [Noelle] Oh, my God.
- Dude, that's fucking That's beautiful, man.
- It looks - What do you think? Give me mine.
I want one.
That shit looks so real.
It looks so good.
This needs to get on my body immediately.
- Oh, my God! - I wanna drink with that guy.
[Jeff chuckles] Oh, you look so good, baby.
- [both chuckle] - It looks good? Holy shit.
Guys, I got a ton of work today.
You are both a fuckin' bad influence.
[all laugh] You guys, I feel like uh, like, content.
[chuckles] I wouldn't change a fuckin' thing right now.
- [Noelle] I know.
- Right? [exclaims] Dance with me.
Dance with me.
[exclaims] There it is.
There it is.
Get that shit, Russ.
[phone ringing] Hey, Matt, can I talk to you for a second? Sure, Andy.
What's up? Hey! Uh, could I just talk to you in my office for a second about the report you just sent in? No, what's up? You can just What do you need? I just sent the report.
I know what's in there.
Well, I wanna talk to you about the, uh, control gap, 'cause it's not in there and it it should be.
[inhales sharply] I called over to the client and it's more, uh, just [grunts] some jargon that they put in there for the investors.
But for now, we just gotta put that control gap in there so that everything is where it needs to be, okay? So just put that back in there.
Thank you.
Okay? - [Matt] Looks good.
- [Noelle laughs] [Jeff chuckles] All right.
- [Matt] It looks pretty great.
- Yeah? - Half Acre ain't got shit on us! - [Noelle laughs] [Matt] These all showed up.
Nothin' was broken? [Jeff] No, not at all.
Me and Russ checked it all.
- All right.
- [Jeff laughs] - [Jeff] Right? Right? - Yeah.
[Noelle] You saw this, right? [Jeff] Dude.
What if we, say we give three options.
We also don't wanna overshoot our audience.
- 'Cause we don't wanna be sticking with - Three feels good to me.
Should we just, like, walk through it and see if it feels right? - Like, um, we should make a lager.
Right? - [Matt] Yes.
You know, no other home brewery has the fermentation control that we have to actually pull that off.
That would be unexpected, man.
That would be cool.
Is everybody on board with that? [Jeff] I am if Russ is.
[Noelle] Sounds good.
- [Jeff] What do you think, Russ? - Sounds good to me.
[Jeff] Yeah? [Matt] My man! We should replace the fermenter we're gonna use, okay? - If that one's gonna come out - That would be nice if we could.
We don't have any fuckin' money, man.
We can't just That's fine.
Don't worry about that.
I'll take care of the capital for that.
[Jeff] Are are you sure? Yeah, I mean, we can just - I'm not askin' you to do that, man.
- That's fine.
We can just pay it down after, like, the first few batches or whatever once we're in a good place.
- It's not a big deal.
- Uh, okay.
All right.
- Yeah, that sounds good.
- Yeah.
Why? Why keep that a secret? [Matt] I'm not I wasn't keeping it a secret.
It's just, like, when I'm with her, I just don't I'm just more worried about her and, like, what she's feeling and, like, what's going on with her.
But, like, what does she think you're doing right now? [stammers] She just She knows that that we're hanging out.
She just thinks that you and I are reconnecting - Dude, this is - But you're, like, starting this thing.
This isn't just, like, some casual little, like - This isn't just hanging out.
- "Oh, hey! Oh, yeah, I did that.
I forgot to tell you.
" [Matt] It's not I mean, it's like a hobby.
I mean - This is a hobby? Dude.
- [stammers] I didn't mean She doesn't wanna know your hobbies? [Jeff] Even if it was just a fuckin' hobby, tell her.
Imagine, okay, all right.
- Just imagine you were pregnant - I don't wanna and I didn't tell you about any of this.
What would you do? What would you do? - I would freak out! - Exactly! And you're, like, fuckin' awesome and I love Sherri.
I fuckin' love Sherri, but she's just not, like, the most, like, "Oh, let's just fuckin' go with the flow.
That's cool that you're starting an illegal fuckin' brewery.
" I just don't understand why you guys are flippin' out about it.
It's I'm sure she's gonna be fine.
I just haven't told her, but I I'm gonna tell her.
[Jeff] When? - [Noelle] Yeah.
- Soon.
It's up to you.
I know.
She just she made it sound like stretching is really important.
Just prevents you from getting hurt, that's all.
I know.
I don't wanna tear.
- I just - I don't want you to tear.
I want you to think of my vagina as a beautiful, sexy thing.
She's perfect.
[drawer opens and closes] So, I think she said it was, like it's, like, ten seconds on, it's, like, ten seconds off.
And you can just let me know when it's you're done, and like, you know, when I've gone far enough, okay? [inhales deeply] Okay.
She said it's supposed to be a little uncomfortable, right? - Yeah.
- Okay? - Yep.
- You ready? - Mmm-hmm.
- Okay? Mmm-hmm.
[groans] - Should I stretch more? - Uh-uh.
- Okay.
- [exhales sharply] She said it's supposed to hurt.
- Okay? - Ten.
- Okay.
- Okay.
[groans] - Mmm.
- [chuckles] [inhales sharply] Okay.
- Mmm you ready? Yeah? - Okay.
- Yep.
- Okay.
[shudders] Hey, baby, I I should have told you something a while ago.
I don't know why I didn't.
I just - Ten.
What? What? - It just sorta, you know, just It's so silly.
I mean, it's not even something to worry about.
- One more.
- Mmm-hmm.
- I just You good? - Mmm.
I just don't know why it didn't come up, but Jeff and I, we've been running an illegal brewery out of his garage.
Excuse me? Ten.
I don't really like yelling at you guys, okay? It makes me feel old and silly and like a stupid yuppie.
But this guy? This is my husband, and we have a child coming.
We know, and we told him to tell you.
We did.
I swear to God.
[Sherri] No, no, no.
Excuse me.
It's my turn to talk now.
- Okay, okay.
- Right? - I let you talk.
It's my turn now.
- [Jeff sighs] All I'm saying is he has responsibilities.
I left my job to have a baby.
That means that if he gets in trouble, we have no income.
So you need to understand the gravity of that, and be respectful of me and the fact that I am a part of this family.
So next time, you involve me in these kinds of decisions.
'Kay? Have a great night.
[Noelle] Sorry.
Sorry, guys.
[Noelle] Baby, it's fine.
- [Jeff groans] - It's all right.
It's like you're a teenager, like, hiding pot from your parents.
[laughing] Like, why would you why would you put me in that position? I can't even - [sighs] - [engine starts] [scoffs] [cell phone chimes] [Jeff] It's just, like, every time I see you actually, you know, goin' after something that you like, that makes you happy, you try to stand up for yourself.
And then anytime anyone, like, pushes back the slightest bit, you fuckin' crumble, you know? That's not fuckin' true.
She's my wife.
What do you want me to do? I'm not just talkin' about her, okay? What about with work? Okay, how often do you say how much you fuckin' hate your job? But every day, every day you go in and you fuckin' You take it on the face, you know? Okay, look, I'm not tryin' to I'm not tryin' to shit on you, okay? - Yeah, you are.
- I'm sayin' - No, listen.
- It's fine.
I'm saying you're a fuckin' smart guy, okay? - Yeah? - If you wanted I like to be counted on, all right? - I think it's important - [sighs] that my wife can count on me, and that my co-workers can count on me.
- That that means something to me.
- I All right? You think I can just leave my job? I have a fucking kid that's gonna need to go through fucking college.
- Yes, I do.
- Okay? - I think you can if you wanted it.
- You really are.
You just get to do whatever the fuck you want.
- [sighs] - And that's so great for you.
- I'm really happy for you, Jeff.
- [exhales] Not everybody gets to do that.
Jesus Christ.
- [chuckles] - Fuckin' - I'm just I - judgmental piece of shit.
You're sitting over there, telling me how to live my life? I'm telling you you can be happy if you want it.
That's it.
I just wanna see you happy.
You're not, and it's fucked up, and it fuckin' hurts me to see that.
That's it.
[sighs] - I'm fuckin' I'm fine, man.
- Okay.
You seem fine.
You do.
[Jeff sighs] All right, man.
I gotta I got an early morning.
I gotta go.
[Jeff chuckles] All right.
[sighs] - [Sherri] want a girl.
- [Noelle laughs] I mean, I'm so happy, and I will be very excited.
- Ladies, here's your beer.
- Thank you.
Be right back to take your food order, all right? - Thank you so much.
- Thank you.
- That's for you.
[laughs] - [chuckles] Um, I just I just really wanted to say that I'm sorry.
Um [inhales deeply] Yeah, I feel like I just wanted you to know from me that I'm really sorry that you didn't feel like we were including you.
Like, that wasn't my intention at all.
- I know, and it's totally fine, I promise.
- And I just I don't know if it's my hormones or whatever, but - Oh.
- my issue is with Matt and not with you guys, and I'm kind of embarrassed that I even No, don't blame it on your hormones, 'cause I hate when people do that to women.
- And, like - [chuckles] you're a human being that has feelings that are valid and real and Honestly, like, I would have been really upset if I had found out that - Right? - Yeah.
You know, that, like, they're doing this thing that I'm not a part of.
Yes, but the point is that it's not about you guys.
And I absolutely accept your apology, but please also accept mine for goin', like, crazy on you.
- [chuckles] - No, don't feel bad.
- You know, thank you for inviting me out.
- Yeah.
I always felt like you thought I was sort of just, like, basic and boring and - Really? - Yeah.
I was always sort of intimidated by you.
And you're so beautiful and - Oh, my God, shut up.
[laughs] - And, like, I just feel like No, I feel like you, like, have your life.
Like, I feel like I don't Every single day I wake up and I don't know what's happening to me.
- [chuckles] - I don't know what's happening next or No, are you kidding? - I wanna live vicariously through you.
- [laughs] Please, tell me everything.
That sounds amazing.
I wake up every morning and I have a schedule right now [chuckles] and I just wanna [inhales] Anyway.
- I would love to hang out more.
- Yeah, me too.
[TV playing] - Hey.
- [TV turns off] Hey.
I'm really sorry.
Between stupid shit at work and then just feeling like I was having to be Dad of the Year before he's even here, it just all sort of was fucking with me.
And then I walk into that garage and I start brewing beer, and I forgot how much I loved it, and I just sort of got hooked.
And it just was so much fun.
And I just missed having fun and doing something for myself.
And I felt guilty that I wasn't here because I wasn't I felt like every time I was there, I was somehow letting you down.
And I don't know why I didn't fuckin' tell you.
- It was so stupid.
- Hey.
I get it, okay? I get it.
It's okay.
It's not like you did something, like, horrible that's gonna destroy our lives.
I got very upset.
But the truth is, I was really upset because I wasn't a part of it.
And I feel like you've put me in a position, or that you think that I'm somehow, like, becoming a different person.
And I'm the same person, and I wanna have a good time, too.
And I just I feel like I wouldn't have gotten so angry if if you had just said exactly what you just said to me now.
And we could've done this together.
If this is important to you, if this is what you wanna be doing, like, I am all in.
- [scoffs] - Like, I love beer.
- You remember how much I love beer? - That is so Baby, I would love to have you be a part of the brewery.
- Really? - You would be so adorable.
I know, I would be so much fun to have in the brewery.
- I could be sober driver.
[laughs] - You're always sober driver.
Well, at least till the baby's out.
[laughs] - Yeah.
- And then I wanna be drunk girl.
- [laughs] - Aww.
[sighs] [sighs] [Jeff grunts softly] [chuckles softly] [Noelle speaking indistinctly] - Hey.
- [Matt] Hey.
[Jeff] Hey.
- Hey, baby.
- Hey.
- [Matt] Hey.
- Hey.
[inhales sharply] - Hi.
- [Jeff] Hey.
- Should we - Yeah.
- I'm sorry.
- I'm sorry.
[sighs] [Noelle] Sherri, I wanted to show this to you.
The sweaters that we got.
- [Sherri chuckles] Oh, my God.
- Um, girls.
Beers? - [Noelle] Yeah.
- Yeah? [Noelle] Yeah.
[Sherri] Yes.
- You're having one? - Yes, I'm having one.
- [chuckles] - I'm European.
[Noelle] Right.
Yeah, it is kind of [indistinct] And we wanted you to have one, so - [Sherri] Thank you.
- Yeah.
Thank you.
That's a little light on mine, huh? [chuckles] [folk music playing]