Easy (2016) s01e07 Episode Script

Chemistry Read

1 So, um, how is everyone? You know, my brother's being really funny.
- He's kind of keeping it together, uh - Right.
I'm gonna stay here for, uh at least three weeks and get everything cleaned out, 'cause he's gotta go and my sister's gotta be with her kids and so Okay.
I kind of got volunteered into it.
It's all right with work and, um, could be a good opportunity you know, for you to clear out your stuff and not have me around trying to convince you to stay.
Unless you want to stay.
Uh you know, we I don't think that's gonna happen.
Well, you can take the few weeks.
When I get back, we can talk about it.
Uh, yeah, um You know, I I sort of feel like we already had that conversation.
Um Yeah.
Come on, team.
Move the ball up the court.
You're running around out there like a bunch of girls.
Coach Kendall, we are girls.
Well, that's no excuse.
You're 12 years old.
It's time to toughen up and grow a pair.
Excuse me, Miss Kendall, but you can't speak to students that way.
That's Coach Kendall.
And who asked you anyway? As vice principal of the school, I must insist that you stick to the guidelines of teacher conduct.
I have no idea who wrote those guidelines, but I'm trying to prepare these young women for success in the real world where they aren't gonna be coddled by some namby-pamby vice principal.
That-a-way, Rebecca, fight for that ball.
No fighting, Rebecca, this is a non-violent, safe space for learning.
Are you gonna let me coach my team or what? I came to tell you that you missed the sensitivity training workshop last week, so you need to schedule a make-up time.
I'm not doing it.
This school is already too sensitive.
The parents have voted to make the workshop mandatory.
Then tell them they can talk to me directly if they have a problem.
They're all afraid of you, Coach Kendall.
Rip her head off, Jenna! Take her down! Sorry, I felt like that one was really loud.
No, you know, that adds, like That we're, like, in a gym.
- I love it.
I love it.
- Okay.
Cool, cool.
- All right.
- That's it.
That's it.
I'm gonna send that.
I mean, I can do another one if, you know No.
No, I think Let's let's keep it safe.
- I love it.
I love it.
- Okay.
- Cool.
- Excellent.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
And your agent told you, right? If if you do get it, it requires a relocation to LA.
- Oh, right, yeah.
Um yeah.
- Yeah.
That that'll be cool.
I mean, I can go wherever.
Oh, my God, it's it's over.
- Excellent show.
- Whoo! - Excellent show.
- Jesus! What the fucking Christ? - Whoo! - See you in the bar.
Oh, my God.
- Oh.
Cheers, baby.
- Yes.
Well, right? Mmm.
I just can't get over how beautiful that show was - Oh, wow, great.
- and this role for you is just the best thing I've seen you do.
- Oh, thanks.
Really? - I do.
- I really think it was just - Oh, that's awesome.
That's great.
I've been having a lot of fun.
I'm just I mean, I'm gonna tell everybody.
- I'm I'm so proud of you.
I really am.
- Oh, thanks.
Um, please do.
Oh, hey, real quick.
Cheryl, um, this is my friend Cheryl, Sophie.
- Hi.
You were amazing.
- Hi.
- Isn't she awesome? Yeah.
- Really, really nice to meet you.
- Thank you.
- Great job.
Um, I I can only stomach about 20 minutes of this.
I'm thinking let's go across the street to Lincoln Station.
Yeah, great.
Grab a drink across the street.
So, yeah, uh, thanks for your message.
Yeah, the the show was great.
It was really, really good, um, so um, yeah, we're all heading out now, so, um, I probably won't catch you tonight, but, um maybe we can talk tomorrow.
Um I was thinking about you.
A lot.
Um Anyway, um, send everyone my love and, um Yeah.
I love you.
- Wonderful.
Great performance.
- Oh, thank you.
- Wonderful.
- You're welcome.
Thank you.
Have a good night.
- You, too.
Thank you.
- Bye.
Um, hey, everybody, if I could, uh, just have your attention for a quick second.
I just wanted to say that I'm so grateful.
I'm I'm the luckiest guy in the world.
Getting to do this play, getting to play John Dillinger in Chicago, right where he was shot and killed, uh, is is such an honor, and, um, you know, I just To our incredible crew, who's working so hard to put this thing on every night.
To my castmates, Annabelle, Sophie You guys are the best.
I love you guys.
Uh, here's to a great run.
Happy opening.
- Cheers.
- Thank you.
Thank you so much.
With Drew, it was exactly that.
I mean, everybody's like, it's the cliché that, you know, the It's the girl that wants to, like, you know, have kids or whatever, and and he was there, he was at that point.
- Mmm-hmm.
- And I just - You weren't ready to do it? - I feel like Was it that you weren't ready to do it or you weren't ready to do it with him? If I was 32 like you, I would just be happy.
I wouldn't be worried about a thing.
Not a thing.
Not a thing.
Like, if you If you were If I was talking to you and you were the me I was what, 20-something years ago I would I would just say to you "Oh, man, like, you've got no problems.
" You know, and you can do whatever you want.
Right? The director really likes you for this, but, you know, the network execs and everybody in LA really don't know you that well, so I'm just trying to figure out would it be at all possible to get you out to LA, maybe, so that they could see you in person, maybe meet you and read you again, you know.
I know you're in the middle of the play, but is there a day that works, maybe, that you can get out to LA for 24 hours? Uh, yeah, maybe if it was, you know, on a Monday.
You know, I could go after the matinee, maybe.
Oh, hey, Jo.
What's up? - Oh, good.
How are you? - Good.
Good to see you.
You too.
Oh, actually, Chase and I got tickets to your show.
- Oh.
- Yes, we're gonna be there on Thursday.
- Oh, great.
- We're so excited.
- Yay.
Okay, cool.
You know, I'm - Yeah.
I'm really glad I ran into you, actually, 'cause, um, I'm actually moving out, so, um - Really? - Yeah, so I might not - I might not see you much.
- Where where are you guys moving? Uh, well, Drew's still gonna be here, but, um, uh Yeah, we, uh, just broke up.
- So, I'm moving out.
- Wow.
Finally dumped the butcher.
Been waiting for that.
I've been rooting for you.
No, where are you off to? Oh, I don't actually know uh, quite yet.
Um Yeah, I I may do this job in LA, uh, that is a possibility, but, um, after that, I If that doesn't work, I don't know.
Yeah, go be a star.
You got the face for it.
- I'll see you on Thursday.
- All right.
You want a cup of tea? - Uh, sure.
- Are you good for tea, Kyle? - Yeah, I'm good, thanks.
- Okay.
My mind is my own.
All right, I'm gonna put my wig on.
I should probably finish my ice cream over here.
- It's nice talking to you, Madeline.
- Say nice to meet you, too.
- Nice to meet you, too.
- Mmm.
Here, have a Have a drink of water, okay? Please? But don't you just love that, you know, you don't have to answer to anyone, you don't have to clean anyone's, like, underwear - You don't have to, like - Yeah.
you know, cook dinner or like, you know, fulfill those, sort of, stereotypical, like, wifey expectations.
- Yeah.
- You know, you can just be an artist and feel like you've got your whole self just to explore, you know? Yeah.
I mean, I get it.
I'm sure that gets boring after a while, but I'm just saying, like, you know, for me, it's just been so long since it's just been me.
- Uh-huh.
- I sort of realized I don't really know, like, how to be on my own.
You know? But when you're on your own - now, right? - Yeah.
You're It's fun.
- Oh, yeah, for sure.
- Yeah.
I mean, I'm like, you know I just started swimming.
You know, I haven't swum - Yeah.
- like, you know, since I was, like, 14.
You know, I used to be really competitive about it, and now I'm just, like Just enjoying it.
But, I mean, what about you? I mean, like You know, like, are you seeing anyone? Thanks a lot.
Have a good night.
- Hi.
- Good evening.
- Uh, 18-A.
- 18-A.
What's the name? - Uh, Annabelle.
- Annabelle.
- You know where you're going, Annabelle? - Yeah.
- Okay, great.
- All right, thanks so much.
- Hello, Bella.
- Hi.
I wasn't sure if this was the right one.
It's the right one.
The one at the end of the hall.
- I'm glad, I'm glad.
- You've been here before.
Yeah, that's right.
It was day time.
I could see the lake, but now Hey, Bella.
What's going on? What happened what happened to the lake? Oh, it's there.
It's not going anywhere.
Just like you.
- Hi.
- Hi I I have to take a quick, uh I brought a change of clothes in here because I'm covered in two That's a little presumptuous.
two shows worth of sweat.
- I'll be right back.
- Okay.
I'm just gonna take a quick shower.
I wanna be young again.
Do you? Yeah.
I mean, I see you every five years or so.
- Wait, was it It was five years? - Five, yeah.
- Don't you want to - When did you get these? - Hmm? - Wait, when did you get these? Oh, for fuck's sake.
Do you do you need these? I always had 'em, but I just, I wore them just for - for distance.
- Yeah.
And now I need 'em for everything.
I can't read without.
If I don't have them, I can't see a thing.
In the grocery store now, I have to pull them out.
- I can't, like - Oh.
- What's going on, Bella? - I don't know.
- Look at this.
- What? - You're all gray.
- Yeah.
You don't dye it or anything? - What's wrong with you? - I stopped, I quit.
I said I can't do it anymore.
I can't I was tired.
- I think it's great.
- Yeah? Yeah.
It's gonna be white.
- It'll be like It'll go really - It's gonna Right? - Like silver.
- Yeah, I just Like those beautiful women with the silver those, like, shock of silver.
Can you tell that I like that when you talk about - Silver hair? - Yeah, beautiful women with silver hair.
Right? No, but they are they're And your skin is all nice and clear still.
- Come on, kiss.
- Look, are you trying to seduce me? Yes, you and your gray hair.
Watch out for the creaking knees.
Yeah? Hold on.
Oh, my back.
Skin the rabbit.
This feels the same.
I saw this guy once do this whole routine of getting stoned and looking for cereal that he just made, and he just went on and on and on and he would lose his cereal, and he'd go Go back to the fridge and make some more cereal.
And then he woke up the next morning like, 12 bowls of cereal all over his apartment.
Wait, I'm I'm a little lost.
Wait, just So he does this bit - He's getting stoned and wants cereal - Yeah.
- Oh.
Stoner food.
- And then he makes cereal, and then he forgets where the bowl is.
- Yes.
- And then he forgets why he came in.
Oh, fuck! Hey.
- How's it goin'? - Good.
I got Jenga or Scrabble.
What's your game? - Jenga.
- Yeah.
Yeah, definitely.
How's it going? Good.
This is a nice place.
Oh, yeah.
Thank you.
Come on in.
You did good.
Sophie, I'm just calling you with an update.
I spoke to the director again and the executive at the studio, and it seems like everyone's really liking the idea of you for the show.
You know, I do believe they're gonna want to bring you out to LA for a chemistry read where you would read with the other actor who's already cast in the other role.
It's looking very good.
Give me a call back and we'll get into more details.
If I get the part, then I um, you know, I'll I'll probably be moving to LA, uh, 'cause it shoots in LA.
Um, so, um So, yeah, it would be pretty soon.
Like, straight after the play finishes, I'd probably be out there.
So I just thought I should let you know because, obviously, you know, - with you being, you know - I might not You know, it's going pretty quick, so, um I might not be here when You might be gone, you might be out of Chicago when I get home? Well, listen I mean, nothing's like, you know, it's not 100% or anything but If you get the part, is what I'm saying.
Um Well, yeah.
Um, potentially, yeah, that - That could - This feels fast, don't you think? Yes.
I mean, listen, I don't control the schedule.
It's weird to me as well, but, you know, it's like But is this what you want? Well It's, you know, I It's a great opportunity for me, right now, where I am.
It's like, you know, it's a kind of It's a step in a, you know, different direction.
I mean, it's much, you know, bigger role and, like, you know, it would help me get a bit more established and um So, yeah, it's a You know, it's a it's a good career move.
Um You know what I wish? I wish you cared as much about you and me as you do that stuff.
That is not fair.
- That's what I wish.
- That's isn't That's not fair.
I don't think we should text anymore.
It's not good for me.
Because when we text, I think we're getting back together.
When we talk When you did this, I thought you were saying you were rethinking it.
If you're gone, then be gone and just let me figure it out.
But I can't keep having you come back a little bit.
And I know you say we're done and it doesn't feel that way to me.
It doesn't feel that way when we talk, to me, so I must be misreading it and I I think we just gotta stop talkin' for a while.
So I hope you get it, I really do.
I love ya.
You're very good at everything you do.
You can do whatever you want.
And I hope you have the life you want out in California.
I get it.
I understand.
All right.
Good luck.
- Hey, guys.
- Hi.
- How are you? - Good.
How are you? - Nice to see you.
- Good to see you, too.
- Come on, it's been forever.
- Hey, where's Drew? Um Oh, we, uh, actually, uh, broke up.
- Um - Oh.
- Oh, God.
- It's okay, it's it's fine.
But but he's good.
He's really good.
- Sorry about that.
- That stinks.
He was cool.
Oh, yeah.
Um - Thanks.
Um, how how are you? - We're good.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Things are good.
What's going on? - Do you want to do the honors? - Yeah.
- You need practice.
Go ahead.
- Mmm-hmm.
We are - pregnant.
So - Pregnant.
We're pregnant.
- Oh, my God.
- That was a very pregnant pause.
- Was that good? That wasn't good.
- We are pregnant.
- Wow! - Yeah, yeah.
- Wow! - Yeah, I know.
I know, there's not, like, much going on yet, but, like - Oh, my goodness.
- I'm already, like, trying to see You want to hear how how I did it? - No.
Nobody wants to hear that.
- Congratulations.
Thank you so much.
What How long? When when is it due? - We're just three months right now.
- Right.
So we're allowed to start telling people, so like - Yeah.
- You're, like, one of the first people we've told, like, you know, outside of our family.
- Oh.
That's amazing.
- I know.
God, I feel so special to be one of the first.
I want to celebrate with you.
Um, what what are you drink Oh.
- I'm not drinking anything.
- I don't know, it's - it's got leaves in it.
- You drink for me.
- It doesn't have leaves, it's mint.
- It does.
- Stop touching it.
- Well, it's a leaf.
- All right, I'll I'll grab a drink - Yeah.
- and we'll chat.
- Yeah.
And come back.
All right.
- Wait! - I'm not kidding.
That was how I woke up every day for school.
- Every day? - Yeah, they just don't have Make 'em with that, like, that old-school macho thing anymore.
Like, I watched my dad take a car engine apart piece by piece and put it back together, and now my son I don't I don't even know how to change the oil.
I can't show him where.
- But, like, do I need to? - You know, I Yeah.
- Right.
- Sure.
Computer games.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Hey.
- Hey.
How's it going? That was a nice show tonight.
Good, yeah, it was great, wasn't it? - Yeah.
It was a good one.
- Yeah.
Great house.
Is Andi here? No, no.
Bummer, she, uh she couldn't make it.
- Oh.
- Yeah, you know.
Hey, you hear about, um, Paige and Jeffrey's news? - Oh, my God.
So good.
- Right.
Amazing, right? Uh, amazing that they're that old and having a kid.
- They're not that old.
- I don't know.
Good luck to them.
Their knees, their backs.
- Oh, my God.
- Kyle, please It's a young person's game.
Will you please come save me? I just made the biggest ass of myself.
- I can't Hi.
- Oh, no.
What happened? - How are you? I keep confusing - Yeah, sure, totally.
- There you go.
- Okay.
You got it.
It's gonna stay in there.
There you go! Ah, it's only one.
That's only It's only two.
Oh, lot of momentum still goin'.
- Now, that's done - You can do it, keep goin'.
- What are you playing? - You got it.
Keep goin'.
We're playin', uh, skittles.
You want to play? Uh sure.
Um, how do you how do you play? It's easy.
Check this out.
Yeah, I'll take that, great.
- You got the string over there? - Yep.
Okay, cool.
So, uh, what you do is you want to take this.
You gotta a top, right? And your string.
You wanna wrap the string around the top like so.
- All right.
- Messin' up, a little drunk.
Hold on.
Here we go.
Just like that.
And here you just continue wrapping it down.
- Okay.
- So the top down.
And you're gonna load it in here, right? And then you just pull, and it goes.
It might seem like luck.
It's not luck, it's skill.
You gotta pull it just the right way.
All right? Okay, just to try and knock down as many as Yeah, knock down, except for these two.
- Yeah.
Whenever you're ready.
- Okay.
You got it.
- Like that? - Yeah.
Just like that.