Euphoria (2019) s01e02 Episode Script

Stuntin' Like My Daddy

1 LESLIE: I'm very happy for you, Rue.
You're about to start a brand-new chapter.
You think 'cause I went to rehab I stayed clean? (HEAVY SIGH) BOY: Some new girl I think you're gonna be friends with.
- I'm Rue.
- Jules.
BOY 2: You're fucking crazy.
I'm just trying to get back at my ex-boyfriend.
CAL: You can stay in a town like this, end up like me, living your life out in motel rooms.
Why don't you take your top off? I know what you want.
This bitch is gonna get fucked up! JULES: You wanna fucking hurt me? Where you headed to? JULES: Home.
RUE: And then things got weird.
RUE: Sometimes, when I get really high, I kind of think I'm psychic.
(CHATTER, LAUGHTER) RUE: When Nate Jacobs was 11 years old, he found his dad's porn collection.
His dad, Cal, was obsessive.
His mom always said that's who he got it from.
Then he quickly realized that the colored cases and placement were no accident.
It was an elaborate code, one to ensure that no one fucked with his shit.
CAL (ON COMPUTER): I have a very pretty dick.
Do you want to see it? BOY (ON COMPUTER): What do you like to be called? Mister? Master? Daddy? CAL: For you? You can call me "Daddy.
" Open wider.
More like that.
- (POUNDING) - (BOY GRUNTING) - BOY: Yeah! - CAL: Good? BOY: Yes, Daddy.
I'll be good.
RUE: Every video was basically the same.
CAL: Oh, you are all woman, aren't you? - Mostly.
- CAL: Mostly.
RUE: They'd drink, make small talk - CAL: Oh, don't make me come.
- (GAGGING) I I want to wait for that.
(LAUGHS) (MOANING) RUE: and then his dad would fuck the shit out of some Fucking whore.
Fucking slut.
You're a strong man, Nathaniel.
I knew it from the moment you were born.
You have an iron will, drive, determination.
I've always admired that in you.
Because some day, it will lead you to greatness.
But no one in this world will ever root for you.
They'll see what I see and they'll despise you for it.
Sometimes you'll know, and sometimes you won't.
But the farther you go, the sharper their blade.
(WHISPERS): Just don't ever give them an opening.
(SIGHS) RUE: By 12, he had adopted a rigid diet and workout schedule.
Within a year, his body fat dropped from 23% to 6%.
Oh! (ROARS) Oh! Oh! Player, player, put the money on it - Oh! - Mm! Oh! (ROARS) - NATE: Ready? All right! - (OTHERS SHOUT) RUE: He joined the football team as a freshman and quickly excelled.
- (NATE YELLS) - (PLAYERS YELLING) NATE: Red, 32, hut! RUE: By the year's end, he was not only the starting quarterback, but the team captain.
Keep it together, Nate.
Stay focused.
All right, let's fucking go! (CROWD CHEERING) RUE: He loved the crowds, the pats on the back, the cheers, the feeling of winning.
(HOWLS) (CHEERING) But he hated being in the locker room.
He hated how casual his teammates were about being naked - Woo! - (PLAYERS YELLING, CHEERING) RUE: how they'd talk to him with their dicks hanging out.
He made a concerted effort to always maintain eye contact during these exchanges.
Every now and then, he'd forget, and accidentally catch a glimpse of someone's penis.
Oh Oh! Mm! Oh! Player, player, put the money on it - Oh! - Oh Oh! Oh! RUE: His older brother Aaron was a fuck-up.
He could tell his dad didn't like Aaron, didn't think he had guts or brains or half a fucking clue.
And Nate agreed.
(GUNSHOTS ECHO) He didn't talk to his dad that much, but they didn't need to.
They had a good relationship.
He didn't like his mother either.
She was weak, and a pushover.
Plus, she didn't take care of herself.
He made a long mental checklist of the things he liked and disliked about women.
He liked tennis skirts and jean cut-offs, but not the kind so short you could see the pockets.
He liked ballet flats and heels.
He hated sneakers and dress shoes.
What was fine with sandals, as long as they were worn with a fresh pedicure.
He liked thigh gaps, hated cankles.
He liked tan lines, long necks, slender shoulders.
He liked good posture and fruit-scented body mist.
He liked full lips, and small noses.
He liked chokers, but the lacy ones with flower cutouts or delicate patterns.
He hated girls who sat like boys, talked like boys, acted like boys.
But there was nothing on planet Earth he hated more than body hair.
(CHATTERING) That's one of the first things he noticed about Maddy.
She was basically hairless.
He'd walk her home from school every day.
It made him feel good to know that he was there to protect her.
He knew the world was full of men who wanted to hurt Maddy.
Men who would hang out the windows of their cars and scream obscenities at her.
College guys who wouldn't think twice about drugging her.
Lonely guys who'd spot her at a mall.
Men who'd rape her, torture her, sell her into sexual slavery.
(MADDY GASPS) RUE: He didn't even like to think about it.
(BINDINGS SQUEAKING) RUE: He did, however, like to think about the things he'd do to protect her.
(GUNSHOT) If anyone ever tried to hurt you, I'd kill them.
You're, like, the sweetest guy ever.
RUE: He also liked that Maddy was a virgin, that no guy had ever put his penis in her.
You're a virgin? Yeah.
- Like, fully? - Yeah.
What about like - Have you ever been fingered? - Only my own.
RUE: He sometimes imagined marrying Maddy and starting a family.
(NATE PANTING) He knew he didn't want boys, though.
But he also didn't like the idea of having girls.
Plus, Maddy could be a real bitch.
Like that night at McKay's party, something just flipped.
And he knew he had anger issues, but, I mean, so did every guy.
It's not like there was anything in his life he could trace it back to.
It was just who he was, and who he'd always be.
CAL: What are you doing? Nothing, I just came to came to say goodnight.
Good night.
Good night.
(DOOR CLOSES) What I'm doing, gettin' money What we doin', getting money What they doin', hatin' on us, but they never cross Cash money still a company, and bitch, I'm the boss And I be stuntin' like my daddy Stuntin' like my daddy, Stuntin' like my daddy RUE: It was the first day of school, and my heart was racing.
I had made a new best friend, and for the first time since getting out of rehab, I was feeling good about the world.
RUE: I've got an idea.
What? Wanna get high? JULES: What is it? No idea.
Didn't you just get out of rehab? Yeah.
Should I be concerned? Maybe.
I feel like this isn't a good idea.
I kinda disagree.
Yeah, Mount Everest ain't got shit on me (SLOWED SPEECH): Do you feel anything? JULES: Uh-uh.
'Cause I'm on top of the world Do you feel anything? RUE: No.
JULES: Rue, what's wrong? Just so happy.
'Cause I'm on top of the world (BOTH LAUGH SOFTLY) Whoa.
- Whoa.
- (BOTH LAUGH) RUE: I know you're not allowed to say it but drugs are kind of cool.
RUE: Whoa.
I mean, they're cool before they wreck your skin - (DISTANT SIREN BLARING) - and your life Can you grab me a towel? - RUE: and your family.
- (SOBBING) PARAMEDIC: Gia, I need you to grab me a towel.
- MAN: What have you got? - PARAMEDIC: I found her down.
I gave her one dose of Narcan RUE: That's when they get uncool.
Oh! RUE: It's actually a very narrow window of cool.
(AMBULANCE SIREN BLARES) Doing it all for love PARAMEDIC: I'll wait with you until your mother comes home.
You want to watch some TV? RUE: And once you pass through that window of cool Doing it all for love This is embarrassing.
I feel like everyone knows.
Rue, I don't want to turn this into a competition, but, like, I win.
- For, like, a multitude of reasons.
- I just I don't want to deal with all the fucking questions.
I still win.
Wait, you're alive? - Like, what the fuck? - (JULES LAUGHS) Oh, shit, that's the girl who tried to commit suicide at McKay's.
CASSIE AND MADDY: Wait, what? Oh, yeah.
I forgot.
You guys both was fuckin'.
Ugh! Why does everybody think we fucked? Yeah, I know the pussy RUE: Now Maddy knew she had an optics issue, along with a mountain of evidence against her.
So, last night, while texting with Nate Maddy had an idea.
Alcohol is not good for me.
So you did fuck him.
- Honestly, I think I blacked out.
- CASSIE AND BB: For real? Maddy! Hey, you.
BB: Oh, look! It's our new sexpert! - Congratulations, bitch! - Welcome to the club! RUE: Now, when Kat told BB she lost her virginity to some dude whose name she didn't remember, she knew she'd tell Maddy, and Cassie, and the rest of the fucking planet Earth.
But that was kind of the point.
She was just relived that it was no longer a thing.
Hey, I'm Ethan.
Please don't be a mass shooter.
What? (SNICKERS) Sorry, it's just, like, the first thing that came to mind.
Oh, my God.
Am I giving off shooter vibes? - Eh.
- Really? - Eh, you know.
- Shit.
(LAUGHS) Look, I don't know.
What's your Reddit username? Um, it's IncelUprising.
- I'm joking.
A joke.
Uh, I'm Ethan.
- Yeah, you said that.
- (BELL RINGS) BIOLOGY TEACHER: Okay, listen up, everybody.
Welcome to Biology 301.
APPLEGATE: So, let's start with a little improvisation.
I'd like each of you to get up and tell us a five-minute story about your summer.
(RUE GROANS SOFTLY) Looks like we have our first volunteer: Rue.
RUE (MUTTERS): Please don't do this to me.
Come on, everyone.
Let's give her a little encouragement.
RUE: Um, a memory? MRS.
APPLEGATE: Anything that had an impact on you this summer.
Uh, I don't I don't I can't think of MRS.
APPLEGATE: Just relax your body.
- Release the tension.
APPLEGATE: And just breathe.
We recommend taking her directly to the rehabilitation center.
So this this summer? MRS.
Mm-mm-mm-mm (SNIFFLES) Let's go.
I'm I'm having trouble, uh, like, remembering uh, something, you know.
APPLEGATE: Just tell us a specific memory.
RUE: Uh, okay.
Uh I was, um, with my mom, and my, uh, my little sister, and we were, uh, listening to this this song.
Fly Fly me to the moon I know you know this song.
And let me play among the stars Let me see (CHATTERING, LAUGHING) Oh, I wanna see what spring is like On Jupiter On Jupiter and Mars In other words Hold my hand In other words, darling - I love ya - (GIA GIGGLES) Girl Fill Fill my heart with song I wanna sing to ya, darling Forevermore (ARGUING) LESLIE: Are you doing drugs in my house? - RUE: What are you doing? - (SHOUTING INDISTINCTLY) Keep it! (LAUGHING): I'm not joking! I need to I need to go! - Dad's so fucking proud, Mom.
- Oh, really? Dad's so fucking proud.
RUE: Get off of me! - I don't give - RUE: Get off of me! Back the fuck up.
Back the fuck up and let me out of this fucking house.
I'm simply trying to tell you That I care for ya, darling Here we go now.
Ha! Fly Fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, Fly me to the moon - (RUE CHATTERING) - (LESLIE LAUGHING) And let me play among (MONITOR BEEPING RHYTHMICALLY) (SNIFFLING) I'm sorry, but I I can't think of anything, so MRS.
APPLEGATE: Just Um uh I'm, uh I'm done.
- RUE: Do I have to do this? - GIRL 1: She's a mess, dude.
Honestly, I bet it's brain damage.
You're being fucking rude.
(GROANS) Are you okay? You are so fucking stupid, Lexi.
Why? 'Cause I already flushed everything down the fucking toilet.
Well, I just came to check on you.
I don't w I don't want you to fucking check on me, whether I'm fine or I'm not fine.
What difference are you going to make? Are you going to give me some life advice? You gonna fucking help me? Well, you're, like, one of my best friends.
Give me a fucking break.
'Cause we went to fucking pre-school together? That does not make us best fucking friends.
You say all this, but what happens in three days when you knock on my door asking me to piss in some Tylenol bottle? What, you're gonna say the opposite? How we've known each other since pre-school and we're best friends? It's like you have a split personality disorder.
Sorry if I miss the old you.
I slept like shit, too.
Yeah, I miss you.
ALI: My name is Ali, and I'm an addict.
CROWD: Hi, Ali.
Actually, an addict is a nice word for it.
I was a stone-cold crackhead.
I was also a firefighter, so I thought, you know the two might cancel each other out.
As long as I saved lives, I was well within my right to destroy my own.
The problem was, I was I was also a father, to two young girls.
My girls live in Texas.
I speak to them whenever I can.
Drugs can take away a lot.
RUE: The first time I tried Oxycontin, I was 13.
(MONITOR BEEPING RHYTHMICALLY) What do these feel like? They're the absolute worst.
RUE: I used to take care of my dad after school because my mom had to take a second job to cover the medical bills.
(COUGHS SOFTLY) RUE: A state-issued nurse would come by every day for two hours, and she'd, legit, just play Candy Crush on her phone.
But, anyway, the point is, he had, like, a bunch of pills.
And I always have the best time with you.
ROBERT: Me, too.
Uh, I'm gonna need you to do me a big favor.
You see, there are a bunch of these meetings that I was supposed to attend that I didn't actually attend, so I'm gonna need you to backdate this slip.
Uh, yeah.
Ethically, that's a line I will not cross.
What if I, uh suck your dick? Like, in my car? I'm 17, you fucking creep.
Sign the slip.
(CLEARS THROAT) Pleasure doing business with you.
MAN (WHISPERING): Shit, shit, shit, shit, shit.
Love you.
Love you, too.
(KAT MOANING) - WES: Fuck, yeah.
(MURMURS): Oh, fuck! Fuck! Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck - - KAT (SIGHS): Oh.
RUE: She never admitted it, and no one could ever prove it, but we all knew it was her.
(STUDENTS CHATTERING) - (DOOR SLAMS) - (RETCHING) RUE: Or, I don't know, I guess for Kat, it probably felt like we all knew.
That's the weird thing about the Internet.
Ten people can feel like the whole world.
KAT: Psst.
(WHISPERING): Meet me in the cafeteria in five minutes.
We need to talk.
Why? TROY: Listen, Kat.
I didn't do anything.
I told Roy not to post it.
It doesn't matter, okay? He's still sending it to people and saying it's me.
Look, I don't want my life to be ruined, and I'm sure you don't want to end up on a sex offender list.
Kat, you know I'm not a sex offender.
It's child pornography, you dumb fuck.
But we're all under 18.
Children can't make child pornography.
- Troy, google it.
- I'm not googling child pornography.
You know what? Fuck it.
Fuck it, I'm going to the police.
(SIGHS) All right! Okay.
Okay, okay, I get it.
What do you need? First, for you to delete the video off your phone and whoever's phone you sent it to.
That is done.
And for you to tell Wes to tell everybody that it's not me.
- Okay? - Okay.
Anything else? Actually, yeah.
RUE: So even though Roy and Troy tried to put an end to it, Kat? Nah.
It was some other bitch.
Oh, dude.
What the fuck? I thought you said it was Kat.
I did, but, I mixed that bitch up.
RUE: By the end of the week (INTERCOM BUZZES) WOMAN (OVER PA): Katherine Hernandez, please report to the principal's office.
Katherine Hernandez to the principal's office.
PRINCIPAL HAYES: I heard a very disturbing rumor.
- About what? - There is a recording of you engaged in sexual activity.
Or something to that effect, that is being shared amongst the students.
Is this about that video of that girl getting banged from behind? Because no, it's not me, but just out of sheer curiosity, what could have possibly led you to believe that is was? I just want to be clear that I haven't personally seen the video It is because the girl in the video is fat, Principal Hayes? I'm not jumping to conclusions, Katherine Well, I'd just appreciate it if everyone would stop talking to me like it was, because, frankly, it's offensive.
You know, it's one thing for my classmates to body shame me, but for you, Principal Hayes that's just a whole nother thing.
It's degrading.
It's discriminatory.
And it just goes to show how insidious, and systemic body terrorism truly is in this country.
From my own principal.
Well, I'm I'm I I can't apologize enough.
And I give you my word, I will do everything in my power to put an end to this rumor.
Thank you, Principal Hayes.
RUE: And so on the same way that mass shootings, sex scandals, and stolen elections do, the whole thing blew over pretty quickly and we all moved on to the next thing.
- COACH: You guys pumped? - TEAM: Yeah! - Are we gonna win? - TEAM (YELLING): Yeah! Then let's hear it for the East Highland Blackhawks! (ALL CHEERING, YELLING) (MUSIC PLAYS OVER PA) Hold me now, hold me now, hold me right now BOY: Yeah, Nate! You give it to me, you give it to me You give it, give it give it, give it, give it, give it now! Hold me now, hold me now Hold me now, hold me now, hold me right now You give it to me, you give it to me You give it, give it give it, give it, give it, give it now! Hey! Oh.
(LAUGHS) BOY: Hey, let's go! (CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY) You tell me now, you tell me, tell me I, 100 percent, do not feel safe right now.
So stay the fuck out of my grill.
NATE: Yo, Maddy.
What? - Let me take you out tonight.
- MADDY: Why? (CHUCKLES) - I hate you.
- I know.
Seriously? - Seriously? - (RUE LAUGHS) Seriously.
(GROANS) I'm over it.
(GROANS) Rue! RUE: Breathing is clearly not a priority to you.
- JULES: Ding, ding, ding! - RUE: I see.
(LAUGHS) Uh, you wanna come over for dinner tonight? JULES: Uh, I wish.
But my dad wants to have like a capital F, capital D Family Dinner.
Which is weird, because it's literally just me and him eating dinner together, like, every single night.
Well, um, what about later? JULES: I'm probably gonna do some homework.
Binge-watch some Madoka Magica.
Okay, well, um, maybe you could, like, come over Sunday night, 'cause my mom's, like, asking me and stuff.
Are you talking to your momma about me? - No.
- (JULES LAUGHS) Shut up.
(LAUGHS) - Bye, Rue.
- Bye.
RUE: (SIGHS) I'm such a loser.
(DISTANT THUNDER RUMBLING) Ooh-ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh Maddy, I just want to say that I'm sorry.
(TURNS UP VOLUME) Is this all we do? Smoke in your room at 2 a.
Cash or credit? - SUZE: Christopher McKay.
- Yep.
Drove down from college for the weekend.
So, what's in store for Friday night, huh? Uh, you know.
Just mm.
Cassie's smitten like a kitten with you.
- Yeah? - Mm-hmm.
Yeah, she's a pretty cool girl.
Well, I tell ya, it's not easy to hold her attention.
Like mother, like daughter.
But she's a good girl.
She's got a good heart.
Handle with care.
- I will.
- Mom, stop talking to him.
Excuse me.
I've been dismissed.
You have fun.
Ooh, you look so pretty.
Want to watch a movie? Yeah, come on.
Why don't you let me take you out tonight? I don't know.
Text me.
- - DAVID: All right.
No cell phones during dinner.
I don't think I have an attention span for real life anymore.
Shut up, you smart ass.
Ooh-ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh (THUNDER CRASHES) Ooh Ooh - (KNOCKING) - RUE: Hey, open the door! - ASHTRAY: What do you want? - Open the fucking door.
(WHIRRING) - Yo, who is it, man? - ASHTRAY (OVER INTERCOM): Rue.
- No, bro, tell her to come back later.
- RUE: Yo.
Too late, bitch.
Hold on, hold on.
You can be in here right now.
- I see you, cash money.
- FEZCO: Nah, nah.
RUE: Yo, I just need some, uh, some OCs and some socks.
FEZCO: I can't help you right now.
You gotta go.
Yo, for real, Rue.
I ain't fuckin' playing with you.
Come on.
- You can't be in here.
- Look, Fez, I'm fucking drenched.
Okay? And, uh I'm out of drugs.
So - don't be a dick.
- Oh, my God.
That's not my fucking problem.
You gotta get up out of my house right now before these motherfuckers come through.
- RUE: All I need is a couple OCs - For real.
And some Xannies.
That's all I need, and I can be gone.
FEZCO: Yo, I'm trying to tell you, I don't got shit right now.
Like Come back in a few hours, I got you, whatever you need.
But right now, you gotta get the fuck up outta my house.
I know you have something, Fez.
I'm just telling you, I don't got shit for you, Rue, come on.
I need you out the house right now.
My guy's about to come through here.
I don't want you here - when he gets here, you understand? - (RUE SIGHS) - Give me drugs.
- FEZCO: This is dead serious.
- (PHONE BUZZES) - Yo, Rue.
(PHONE BUZZES) (PHONE BUZZES) (PHONE BUZZES) (PHONE BUZZES) I could fucking kill you right now.
(PHONE BUZZES) Yo, Ash, they're here.
(GUN COCKS) FEZCO: Look, I'm serious, Rue.
Just stay right there, keep your mouth shut, and be cool.
These dudes ain't fucking around.
RUE: Now, I'm not gonna lie.
That's when I started to get a little scared.
I mean, I'm all good with drugs until guns start coming out.
(THUNDER RUMBLING) (ENGINE STARTS) MCKAY: Coming out of East Highland, I've held the state record for most receiving yards the last two years in row.
I broke East Highland records for the most receptions, the most yards during the game: 112, most yards per catch, most yards after the catch.
And I can fucking block.
And this coach is acting like he don't want to start me.
Like I haven't earned my due on the field or something.
That's bullshit.
Don't they do that to, like, all the freshmen? I'm not all freshman.
Look at my stats.
Shit pisses me off.
I don't get it.
(MOVIE PLAYS INDISTINCTLY ON TV) You want to kill him? What? Let's fucking kill him.
(LAUGHS) Cass, I'm serious.
It's not funny.
This motherfucker really pissed me off.
Come on, McKay.
It just takes time.
I thought about you all week.
(WHISPERS): I'm dying to fuck you.
Why you gotta make everything so sexual? What? I'm trying to have a real-ass conversation with you.
I'm I'm sorry.
It's cool, Cassie.
It's all right.
(TV PLAYS INDISTINCTLY) (THUMPING) So this your little bitch? FEZCO: Nah, bruh, that's like my little sister.
Well, hello, there, little sis.
RUE: Now, when Fez said his dudes were coming over, I didn't think his dude would be this dude.
My name is Mouse.
It's a pleasure to meet you.
RUE: But you know, that's what happens when you hang out with drug dealers.
MOUSE: Yo, Custer, toss me that bag.
All right, check it.
I got a 100 OP-OC 80s, 500 Xanny bars, 500 20s of Addy.
I'm low on Vikes, so if you wanna cop some Vikes, you better cop 'em today, 'cause I got, like, 50 left.
I got a quap of that Cali medicinal, and an ounce of Molly.
RUE: Yo MOUSE: Custer, what's the math on that? CUSTER: Uh, 25, 15, and 1,100, 35, 77, and 25 7,750.
MOUSE: Sure you don't want no Fentanyl? Nah, man, I'm cool off that shit.
There's too many ODs, and I don't want the heat.
How about you, little sis? You ever try Fentanyl? - No.
- FEZCO: No, she's good, bruh.
Gonna let big brother talk for you? - I don't know.
- Don't look at him.
Look at me.
You ever try it? Yo, for real, bruh.
I don't want her fucking with that shit.
You know that feeling when you come so hard that you can't feel or hear shit? - You like that feeling? - RUE: Yeah.
Well, shit.
You gonna love this.
I'm I'm good, actually.
- What, you don't trust me? - FEZCO: Yo, for real, man.
She's good.
Shut the fuck up, bitch.
Ain't nobody talkin' to you.
Tell your big brother I'm not talking to him right now.
Tell him, "Shut the fuck up.
" Come on.
Don't be scared.
It's not gonna bite you.
Come on.
Try it.
Oh, just try it.
RUE: (SIGHS) Dear God, I know I've been a cunt for, like, a lot of my life, and I was mean to Lexi and my family and I am so, so, so sorry, but just please, God, I'm begging you, do not let me die tonight.
- Fuck! - (THUDS) - What the fuck, man? - Hi, Tyler.
TYLER: What the fuck are you doing here, man? Get the fuck out of my apartment.
If you're looking for the kitchen knives, they're here.
Same with the baseball bat from your room.
Who the fuck are you, man? I'm the boyfriend of the girl that you raped on Saturday night.
No, no.
Dude, what the fuck? I wouldn't rape anyone.
I swear to God, I didn't rape a girl, dude.
But I saw it.
- You saw what? - I saw you rape her in the pool.
Wait Wait a minute.
You're talking about that crazy chick that was at the party? That chick was asking me to.
I was the one that was saying no.
- She was blacked out.
- Dude, she wasn't blacked out, man.
I swear to God, she asked me to fuck her, like, right here, right now.
Do you know how old she is? - She's like, 18.
- Try 17.
Fuck, dude, she didn't say that to me.
And how old are you? - I'm like, 21.
- You're 22.
I mean, barely.
You turned 22 five months ago, Tyler.
Don't fucking lie to me.
So, not only did you rape a girl, but you raped a minor.
- I'm gonna hurt you.
- No, no, no, no, no.
Yeah, and you're not gonna press charges, because if you do, you're gonna go to jail for a lot longer than I will - Please.
- depending on what I do to you.
Please, please, please, I am begging you, please don't do this.
Dude, don't hurt me, please.
Don't do this.
- Get on your knees.
- What? Get on your knees.
I'm not (WHISPERS): Hey, get on your knees.
Come on.
Did you seriously think you could rape a girl and nobody would do anything? Oh! TYLER: Oh, my God.
Fuck! I didn't do anything, man! I'm gonna ask you a question.
- Did you rape her? - No.
(TYLER GROANS) - Did you rape her? - No! Fuck! - Did you rape her? - (TYLER GASPS) - Admit it! Did you rape her? - Fucking ow! Admit it! Did you rape her? TYLER: Ow! Fuck! No! Admit it, you fucking faggot! Did you rape her? Did you fucking rape her? TYLER (SOBBING): I didn't fucking rape her! (TYLER SOBS) (TYLER GASPS SOFTLY) It hits quick.
MOUSE: You like the way that feels? RUE: Yeah.
You want a couple of patches, girl? Uh okay.
It's gonna cost you 300.
- (RUE MOANS) - Come on.
Pay up, little sis.
I only have two dollars.
I said 300.
Where are my pants? I'll just I'll just give it back.
I got a strict no-return policy.
Yo, Mouse.
Let me pay for it, man.
I thought you was too good for Fentanyl.
What is it? Everybody's changing their motherfucking minds on me? CUSTER: Yeah.
(CHUCKLES SOFTLY) If she can't afford it, she gonna have to find another way of paying me.
- Straight up.
- RUE: Okay.
Yo, man, just let me pay for it.
I got the money right here.
Big brother must love you.
It's gonna cost you 600 now, man.
You gonna do me like that, bruh? Yeah, I'm gonna do you like that.
Straight up.
- MOUSE: Get that shit.
- Mm.
There it is.
It's always a pleasure doing business with you.
FEZCO: Go flush that shit down the toilet, and go grab the Narcan, just in case.
(WHISPERS): I'm so happy.
(WHISPERS): I know.
(SIGHS) (RAIN PATTERING) Did more than mend a broken heart But now you've made a fire start And I, I can see That you feel the same way I never dreamed there'd be someone to hold me, until you told me And now that I've found you Even the nights are better Now that we're here together Even the nights are better Since I found you Oh, whoa, whoa Even the days are brighter When someone you love's beside you Even the nights are better since I found you I never dreamed there'd be someone to hold me Until you told me and now that I've found you Even the nights are better - Now that we're here together - (DOOR SLAMS) FEZCO: Yo, what's up? It's Fez.
Yeah, look.
I'm gonna need a little help with Rue.
All right.
Mount Everest ain't got shit on me Mount Everest ain't got shit on me 'Cause I'm on top of the world I'm on top of the world Yeah Borg Dubai ain't got shit on me You can touch the sky, but you ain't got shit on me 'Cause I'm on top of the world I'm on top of the world Yeah Woop, woop Woop, woop Woop, whoop Woop Ah! Sweet Sweet Woop Woop, woop Woop, woop Woop, woop Ah! Sweet Sweet - (MOANING) - Tell 'em I burn down my house and build it up again Tell 'em I burn it down twice just for the fun of it Tell 'em So much money I don't know what to do with it Tell 'em I don't pick up my phone, ain't no one worth the time Don't need nobody, uh - (MOANING ON SCREEN) - Don't need nobody, uh Don't need nobody, don't need nobody - Holy shit.
- Don't need nobody Don't need nobody Aah-ha Aah-ha Aah-ha - (GARBAGE BAG THUDS) - (MADDY, NATE LAUGHING) (CHUCKLING) (PANTING) - That guy you fucked in the pool? - What? Are you sure you don't remember? Mm-mm.
I don't believe you.
- Was it good? - What? The sex.
What do you want to know, Nate? You want to know if his dick was bigger? Was it? What if it was? I'd fucking kill him.
Yeah, but dead or alive, he'd still have a bigger dick than you.
NATE: I got you a present.
Thank you.
Aah-ha Aah-ha Mount Everest ain't got shit on me Mount Everest ain't got shit on me 'Cause I'm on top of the world I'm on top of the world Yeah MADDY: Ew.
I never felt so alone Felt so alone, no, no And I never felt so alone Felt so alone, no, no Ooh-ooh-ooh Ooh-ooh-ooh ooh-ooh (THUNDER RUMBLING) Ooh-ooh-ooh Still don't know my name You still don't know my name And I would die or stay For you right now But you still don't know my name Yeah RUE: The summer before high school, Kat started writing fan fiction.
She'd become extremely popular - online.
- (LAUGHTER) JULES: I'm not saying I'm in love.
I'm just saying I really like him.
Who? ShyGuy118? When the whole world goes dark, nothing else matters but the person standing in front of you.
(SCREAMS) KAT: Look, all I know is that most guys are rarely sympathetic.
- MAN: KatQueen? - Hi.