Finding Carter (2014) s02e21 Episode Script

The Death of the Heart

(Carter) Previously on "Finding Carter" My dad is up for parole.
I'm going to testify, make sure that they keep him in.
(dinging) My dad's getting out.
- You were good.
- Thanks.
E-mail me? - I love you, baby.
- I love you, too.
One of these days, I'm gonna call on you for a favor, and when I do, you're gonna deliver, got it? - I'm taking Liv to rehab.
- How long do you think you're gonna be home? I've been thinking maybe I need to get out of dodge myself.
I just need some space.
So I cleaned out a drawer for you.
And tomorrow, I'm gonna get you some closet space.
Hold me Just for a second Throw me Okay, I'm really not sure about this.
Oh, come on, where's your sense of adventure.
I've had plenty of adventure in my life, thank you, some might even say too much.
Girl you gotta be bad When I think of you Okay, it's been five minutes.
I don't want you getting kicked out of the building four days after I move in.
Whew, God, glad to finally be out of there.
Oh, she's claustrophobic.
You know, you really should tell the super that the elevator is acting up again.
It's like, really unacceptable.
- Yeah, I will.
- I will definitely do that.
Yeah, it's really - It's, like, all the time now, you know? - Mm-hmm.
(elevator dinging) - Do you think she bought it? - No.
That's Judy, she's kind of like the floor Nazi.
I would stay clear of her if I were you.
Duly noted.
Did we forget to shut the door when we left? No, I shut it.
And I locked it.
There you go There you stay Keeping low Never want to play You've been up and down down You've been low low low Pretending to not Feel alone Pretending to not Feel alone They went through everything.
They took my computer, my watches, my guitars, and all the money I made from our parties.
I thought you said this was a safe neighborhood.
It is.
Do you think maybe Sarah had something to do with this? Yeah, who knows? I mean, I wouldn't put it past her.
Well, for Christ's sake, Jared, then you need to change the locks, get a security system installed.
- Done.
- No, like a really good security system, one that alerts the cops when there's a break-in.
- Speaking of which.
- No.
Hey, no cops.
Jared, it was a break-in, I have to call the cops.
What am I gonna say? That the four grand in cash I made from illegal parties was stolen? I mean, it's not like they're ever gonna find it anyway.
That money's gone.
Okay, well, look.
We'll just throw more parties, okay? We can make all of the money back.
Yeah, how many more can we realistically throw anyway? The last one almost got shut down.
Yeah, and we talked our way out of it.
Maybe next time we won't be so lucky.
Okay, well, uh What if the parties weren't illegal? - (scoffs) - No, seriously.
What if we went, like, fully legit? Yeah, how would that work? We could rent a space instead of sneaking into an illegal one.
We could open up a business account, put all of our profits in the bank rather than under some mattress for anyone to find.
Well, first security guards and now this? I mean, how are we gonna turn a profit? Jared, we could triple the amount of parties we throw and therefore, the amount of money we make.
Look, I get that it would be a risk, but if this works, this could be the start of a legitimate business for us.
Come on, where's your sense of adventure? This is part one of a trilogy? I'm sorry I hijacked our movie night, but I need this extra credit if I'm gonna beat Damon's GPA in French class.
This has a tenth of a point on me.
I'm driving up to York tomorrow to see my mom.
She wants me to come for a visit.
Well, how is she handling your dad being out? She says she's fine, but I think it's been hard on her.
Do you want me to come with you? Keep you company? That'd be great.
It's a long drive.
Would you ever want her to - move closer, just so you guys aren't so far away? - I'd love that.
I don't think she would ever do it.
Well, I'm sure that you could convince her.
You think? Yeah, you can be very persuasive when you want to.
Persuasive enough to get you to bail on this extra credit? No, not that persuasive.
Will you at least admit that you have no idea what's going on in this movie.
- (speaking French) - No! I know exactly what's going on.
So you're saying that you actually missed me these last couple weeks.
I said I missed having you around; there's a difference.
Oh, okay, that sounds exactly the same.
Well, you might want to get your ears checked, then.
Seriously, how's Olivia doing? Uh, pretty good, from what her counselors have told me.
- That's really good.
- Yeah.
The problem is, what happens when she gets out? Is she gonna go into another Foster family? Yeah, or a group home.
And they're not actually that bad, it's just It's not the healthiest environment coming out of rehab.
- What are you gonna do? - I don't know, I thought about maybe getting her an apartment, keeping her close by.
You know, keeping tabs on her, making sure she doesn't backslide.
Would they even let her out of the system so young? Won't that be really expensive? Yes, it would be.
What about Lori? What about her? Well, wouldn't she take Olivia in? No, I doubt that she would have any interest in taking some teenager that she barely even knows, let alone an addict.
All right, firstly you're forgetting, that Lori would do just about anything right now to keep you happy and keep you in town.
Secondly, she actually likes helping people.
It's one of her more positive attributes.
I don't know.
I mean, that's like a big thing to ask somebody.
You really think she'd say yes? Yeah, I really think she might.
Can I help you with something? Yeah.
Vacation's over.
Time to get back to work.
Look, I told you before I left town, I'm done selling to you.
What makes you think you have a choice? You owe me.
Now, you told me a couple of parties and I did that.
As far as I'm concerned, my debt's paid.
Well, then I guess I'm just gonna have to call the cops and tell them about that little credit card scam you tried to run on me and I'm pretty sure that you have going elsewhere.
You know what, man? Do it.
I don't care.
I wasn't cool selling before you forced me to do it and after watching my sister these last few weeks? I'm even less cool with it.
In fact, use my phone.
Knock yourself out, call the cops.
All right look, we got a party tomorrow night.
Whatever you make, I'll cut you in, 20%.
You must be in a bad way to float that offer.
You in or out? I'm out.
How much money am I holding? I don't know, like 4,000 maybe.
How do you not know? Are you not keeping track? No, I haven't been, that's why I'm giving it to a bank, so they can keep track for me.
You really seem like you've found your calling with these parties.
Well, I don't know about that.
It does feel good to actually be good at something for once, so I like that part way more than the money.
Well, I'm sorry I'll miss your first night as a legitimate businesswoman.
I told Max I would go see his mom with him.
Oh, no, come on, you should go.
That's way more important.
But we're still gonna stop by Gabe's before we leave.
Wouldn't want to miss Bird's big announcement.
Do you have any idea what it could be? Eh, it's Bird.
Who knows what's up her custom-tailored sleeve? - You having a stroke? - No, I'm making it rain.
You know, like in the rap videos.
Is it working? It looks more like a light drizzle You could knock.
Well, when you're not home for four days, knocking before entering privileges are typically revoked.
I'm gonna To what do we owe your presence? I just came by to get some more of my stuff.
- To bring back to Lori's.
- Jared's, actually.
You're crashing at Jared's now? Well, I'd say it was a little more than crashing, but yeah, I am.
What is that supposed to mean? It means we're living together.
This is a permanent move.
You know, Carter, I've made an effort to take a hands-off approach with you, give you space, let you do whatever it is you're doing.
Yes, and I appreciate that, thank you.
But you don't even know this man.
Mom, do you really think I would be moving in with him if I didn't know him? Yes, actually, I think that you would do pretty much anything to get away from me these days.
This isn't about you, Mom.
This is about me and Jared and how I feel about him.
He is a good guy.
He really cares about me.
You have nothing to worry about.
Would you please stop? I have everything to worry about, Carter.
This is a huge deal.
You are too young to be doing any of this.
So Jared is the guy that you're throwing these underground parties with? - Where did you hear that? - Officer Lopez.
Old cop friend of mine.
He said that you two met.
Yeah, we did.
Nice guy.
Didn't arrest anybody or shut the place down, so I'm not really sure why he felt the need to call you.
So it's true about these underground parties? Is this line of questioning part of your new hands-off approach? I have a cop calling me saying that you might be involved in illegal activity, you're stuffing handfuls of cash in your bag and now you're telling me that you're living with your 25-year-old boyfriend.
Consider my hands officially back on.
Do you think for once you could just trust me? - Trust you? - Yeah.
Trust me.
Trust is something that you earn, and the way that you've been behaving lately, lying to me, I don't know if I'll ever be able to trust you again.
Okay, well, then you know what? - Maybe this came at just the right point.
- Just, stop.
You can't move out.
I understand you needed a few days, you needed your space, but you live here, Carter.
This is your home.
Not anymore.
The church was decommissioned back in 1987, our leasing company snatched it up and it's been available for rent ever since.
Great stage for a DJ.
Lots of space for dancing.
- How much? - 1, 800.
Carter, can I talk to you in private? Uh, yeah, just give us a sec.
$1,800? Okay, I know it's a little steep, but look how cool this place is.
- Yeah, that won't matter if nobody shows up.
- Why would nobody show up? Because the parties won't be underground anymore, which makes them awesome.
Nobody wants to go to a party thrown by the man.
Okay, firstly, the parties aren't being thrown by "the man," they're being thrown by a woman.
- Secondly - (cell phone vibrating) _ Secondly, parties being underground is not what makes the parties awesome, the parties being awesome is what makes the parties awesome.
I'm telling you, you want to make your money back? This is how we're gonna do it.
- We'll take it.
- Fantastic.
Now, you have to be 21 years or over to rent this property.
I assume that won't be a problem.
Uh, no, it's no problem.
Here you go.
Thank you.
I understand, but I have over ten years of hospice experience.
No, the press hasn't said the most flattering things about me, but one mistake from my past should If you'll just give me a chance, I can Thank you for your time.
Hey, how's it going? Fine.
Can I help you with something? Uh Yeah.
Um Carter said I missed your birthday when I was gone.
Yeah, we had a fun time.
Yeah, we should go out together sometime, the three of us, you know, hang out.
I could get you a drink for your birthday, you know, non-alcoholic, of course.
Yeah, sure.
Okay, cool.
Look, I don't mean to put you on blast here, but you're being such a girl about all of this.
Uh, excuse me.
What is that supposed to mean? The way you've been with Mom lately.
You know, so melodramatic.
"No one trusts me! I'm moving out! We mustn't speak.
" Grant, that is not how I sound.
I'm just saying, with Dad gone and Taylor always away at Max's, it's lonely around here.
This house feels empty without you in it.
Look, I miss you too, Grant.
And Taylor.
You know, I never planned on things being this way.
Well, if you're not coming home, can I turn your room into my personal gaming suite? I would personally be fine with that, but I think you're gonna have to hash that one out with Taylor.
Grant, I'm gonna have to call you back.
- I got it right after the break-in - Why? Because you were really freaked out And I want to do everything I can to make you feel safe.
Well, I don't feel safe with a gun in the house, Jared.
Do you know how much safer you are statistically, not having a gun around? That may be true, but there are a lot of people out there with them.
- And I got it legally.
- That is not the point.
Look, it just makes me really uncomfortable.
Could you please get rid of it? Say no more.
It's gone.
Thank you.
You gotta love a girl who throws a celebratory party for herself.
It's not even her birthday.
Are there any guesses what the big announcement is? I'll bet 50 bucks that she and Seth are getting married.
- No way.
- That's insane.
Yeah, well, so is Bird.
I mean, in a good way.
No, I'll take that action.
- All right, you're on.
- (glasses clinking) Can I have your attention, please? I just wanted to, um, thank you guys for coming.
I wanted all my best friends here so I could share the good news.
As Jackson Pollock once said You're killing us, come on.
Just spill it already.
Okay, fine.
Seth got a residency as a DJ in New York and we're gonna move there for the summer! - Woo, that's amazing.
- (Gabe) And congrats.
(Seth) But that's only half the news.
Bird got an internship at a fancy art gallery in Chelsea.
- Chelsea! - Love it.
And now we're both gonna be living our dreams.
Okay, we're still here.
So, pre-party on and we'll head over to Carter's popup in a few hours.
(Bird) Well, how about some tunes, Mr.
Celebrity DJ? You got it, babe.
I love that they can just pick up and move to New York on a whim like that.
No responsibilities, nothing holding 'em back.
I wish I could say the same for us.
What are you talking about? Sarah not signing the divorce papers.
I just hate that it's hanging over our heads.
I know.
Not an ideal situation, but I'm okay with it.
- Honestly.
- But I'm not.
I'm gonna hire the best lawyer I can and get her out of my life once and for all.
I don't care how much it costs.
We're living together now.
We deserve a clean slate.
Some things are meant to last forever Some hearts they burn Like a wildfire wildfire Keep pushing I can set you free Some things you can't release Mom? Aww.
Do you want to wear this for me tonight? Don't start.
Max! Aww - It is so good to see you.
- You too.
- Remember Taylor? - Of course.
Well, hugs work, too.
I didn't know you were coming, what a nice surprise.
So? How are you doing with everything? Oh, fine.
I'm fine.
You're not worried he's gonna come by, try to contact you.
Funny you should mention that.
Hey, son.
(Rock music) Well, aren't we just a picture of family bliss? Mom hanging out with her two underage kids, in a bar.
One who works here illegally.
Well, to each his own.
Well, I'm sorry I'm pulling you guys away from your friends.
No, it's totally fine.
We're just gonna catch up with them later.
(cell phone vibrating) _ So, what's going on with you? How's the job search going? Um really well.
I actually spoke to someone today and I think they're gonna make me an offer.
- Oh, that's so cool.
- Yeah.
Yeah, it is In fact, the next round is on me.
Be right back.
- What? - No, nothing.
What? Just say it.
I thought you invited me here 'cause you were gonna ask Lori about Olivia.
Well, maybe I just wanted to spend some quality time with my family.
All right, look, I'm not good with asking people for help, all right? It's just not my thing, like, ever.
I just figured it would be easier to have you as backup.
- That's it.
- Okay, well, look, do you want me to just ask her for you? No.
No, I've got this I I just need to find the right moment.
Drinks are by the pool table.
Who's up for a game? - Sure.
- Yeah.
You're in for a world of hurt, though.
Bring it, sonny.
Please tell me that you two are not getting back together.
No, of course not.
Okay, then what the hell is he doing here? He wanted to see you.
- Why? - To show you he's not the same guy anymore.
That's why you had me come up here? I understand how you feel, but he stayed out of trouble the whole time he was in prison.
He got clean.
I have seen a change in him and I think if you just give him a chance, you'll see it, too.
He's had plenty of chances.
He doesn't deserve another one.
The parole board thought he did.
The parole board was not there that day.
They did not see what I saw in this very house - and I bet if they had, he would still be locked up.
- Hey.
Hey, hey.
Look, would you just do me a favor, huh? - Stay for dinner.
- No, I can't.
- Please? You came all this way.
- No.
We're going.
Sorry, babe, but your world of hurt just isn't that painful.
Wow, the lady can shoot.
- Two out of three? - Yeah, sure.
I do have a small favor to ask you, though.
What's up? Um, Olivia gets out of rehab, soon.
She needs a place to stay.
I thought she could move in with us.
Yeah, she's actually a really sweet girl and she's doing much better now.
I'm sure she is, but I just can't do that.
This is why I don't ask people for help.
Ben, I'm sorry, I It's okay, I can figure it out.
I always do.
What was that about? - I'm sorry.
- Really? Carter, you know I want to help, but I am barely scraping by with one kid.
How am I supposed to financially support two? But what about that new job? Wouldn't that make things easier? I made it up.
What? Why? Because it's humiliating telling your daughter that pretty much the whole world finds you unemployable.
Oh, God, sometimes I feel like I screwed up my life so badly, it's never gonna get back on track.
Okay, well, look.
What if I pitched in and helped out with Olivia? I can't ask you to do that.
No, you're not asking, I'm offering.
Look, I'm making a lot of extra cash from these parties, and if Olivia slips up again, I'll be there to help, 24/7.
You're not gonna have to do any of this alone.
I don't know where you got such a big heart.
Must have picked it up from somewhere.
(cell phone vibrating) This is Jared.
I'm in.
I want you (police siren sounding) Is there a problem, Officer? License and registration.
You're not gonna tell me why you pulled me over? License and registration.
Everything's up to date.
You been drinking tonight? Three diet sodas.
I'm on meds, so alcohol is a no-no.
But I'm happy to take a sobriety test if you want.
You're free to go.
I tried to do right by you.
Excuse me? When you came into my home and tried to drag Carter out, I told her to go with you, that it was the right thing to do, and this is how you repay me? You pull me over and try to bust me for drunk driving? Look, we both know that's not the real reason you pulled me over.
I get it.
You're upset that Carter and I are growing closer, but there is nothing you can do about it.
I'm guessing that with David away and Carter moved out, you just didn't have anything else better to do.
(car engine starting) (car horns honking, chattering) So.
Total bust, huh? I was wondering how long it was gonna take until you rubbed that in.
Seriously, though, I think we're at capacity.
We should probably start turning people away.
(Bird) Wow, Carter, I'm impressed.
- Hey.
- This venue, the security, your walkie-talkies.
So offish.
They took my flask.
Wait, why did you try to sneak in a flask? Because he's cheap.
Okay, I I prefer thrifty.
He found my molly, too.
We'll find some.
Hey, will you buy me drinks tonight? What am I, your sugar daddy? I didn't bring my wallet.
Fine, but I'm keeping a running tab.
Hey, have you seen Ben? He was supposed to be here.
No, I haven't.
All right, I'm gonna go look for him, I'll be back.
We gonna make you lose control (Lori) I don't know where he is.
He never came home.
Did you try calling him? Yeah, I left a bunch of messages.
He's probably just blowing off steam.
You know what? It'll be fine once you tell him that we worked it all out.
False alarm, I just spotted him.
Okay, good.
Um I'll let you get back to the party.
- Everything okay? - Yeah, why? I don't know.
I can always tell when there's something on your mind.
Come on, tell me.
She - She pulled me over.
- What? - When? - After I left the bar, and I wasn't' even speeding or anything.
She just wanted to mess with me.
Well, why didn't you tell me? Because I knew you would be upset.
And frankly, I don't want to give Elizabeth another reason to hate me.
So let's just keep this between us.
I'm serious, Carter.
Promise not to say anything.
She sees the change in him.
Can you believe that she said that? Okay, I'm just posing the question, but do you think that there is any chance that should could be right? Drink, smack her around, apologize, get clean, repeat.
That was the routine.
And on the one night that my mom made the mistake of calling him a loser, he snapped and assaulted her with a knife.
Does that sound like somebody who's capable of change to you? Max, I am on your side, but we've been sitting in the car for ten minutes and you haven't started it.
Do you think that maybe you want to stay? I don't want to leave her alone with him.
He will try to get back with her.
That's what he always does.
You're the smartest person that I know.
Tell me what to do.
I think we should go back in for dinner, wait for your dad to leave, convince your mom to move.
That is the whole reason we came up here and we can't let your dad derail that.
I hate being in the same room with him.
I know.
But don't worry.
I'll be with you.
(phone ringing) Hey.
I knew if I kept calling you, I would eventually wear you down.
You pulled Lori over? Have you totally lost your mind? Carter, let me explain.
How do you explain police harassment, Mom? It was wrong.
It was stupid and wrong.
Then why on earth did you do it? Because.
The short answer is that I feel like you're slipping away from me, again, and it was a momentary lapse of judgment.
This was more than a momentary lapse of judgment.
It'll never happen again.
I promise you, you have my word.
You're seriously expecting me to trust you after all of this? You were the one that said trust is something you need to earn, Mom.
Maybe you should have taken your own advice.
Carter, wait! Hey.
So this is how you're gonna help Olivia stay off drugs, huh? By selling them? Your big idea didn't pan out, so I had to come up with something.
You're an idiot, you know that? If you had listened to any of my messages, you would know by now that I worked it out with Lori.
- She's gonna take Olivia in.
- When did she agree to that? When I agreed to pitch in my own money to help pay for it.
- All right, you didn't have to do that.
- Well, we're family, aren't we? We're supposed to be looking out for each other.
But now you have to leave.
- Seriously? - Yeah, seriously.
I want you to leave, Ben.
You can't sell drugs at my party.
That stuff might've flown when we were underground, but we're legit now, I have to keep some semblance of order.
All right, and what happened to family looks out for each other? This isn't about family, Ben.
This is business.
Would you please get out of here? Now? We're savages Your dad has all kinds of plans.
Bill, why don't you tell him? Well, there are a lot of great social programs I've been in contact with, helped me find some housing, they're gonna help me find a job.
You know, it is so great to finally spend some time with you, Karen.
It would be even better if you lived closer to Max, you know? We could We could do this all the time.
Right, I'm sure Max would just love that.
Oh, he would.
Right? Yeah.
I think you'd like Great Falls.
Well, it would be nice to not be so far away.
Get you out of this house.
We had some good times in here, too.
Really? I'm having a hard time remembering that.
Remember that little mini acoustic guitar I got you on your sixth birthday? You loved that thing.
Oh, you know, I think I still have it somewhere in the garage.
Mom, you don't have to Keep talking, I'll just be a sec.
Look, I get why you're upset, Max.
You probably thought that parole hearing was the last time you'd ever have to see me.
Hoped, is far more accurate.
You said some pretty rough stuff about me.
I wasn't sure if you were gonna stay for dinner, but I'm glad you did.
I didn't stay for you.
I know.
But I'll take time with my son any way I can get it.
Look, if you never want to see me again after tonight, I'll leave you alone.
You have my word.
Your word doesn't hold a whole lot of water with me.
- Found it! - (strumming) Why did you keep that thing around all these years? Well, you know, I was You don't throw something away just 'cause it's a little old and busted up.
Okay, look at the view from this roof.
You can see over the whole city.
Where am I gonna sleep when I come to visit? Don't you worry, I got you.
Guest bedroom, bam.
Oh, that'll work, that's nice.
- Can I get a refill? - That's your third.
I'm good for it.
You're not good for anything.
I'm kidding! Don't Hesitate 'Cause your love Won't wait Hey.
What are you thinking about? Ooh baby I love your way How they used to sing like this all the time.
I want to tell you I love your way Ooh every day Sometimes, I would refuse to go to sleep until Oh.
I thought you said you were done drinking.
I am.
I was sipping.
There's a big difference.
We're done.
- Excuse me? - You need to go.
You can't be in this house with her anymore.
I don't think that's really up to you, son.
Stop calling me son! All right, you need to calm down.
You know what I think? I think that that parole board let you out because of overcrowding, not because you're reformed.
They just needed the space.
Max, it's It's okay, don't.
Listen to your mother.
I gotta hand it to you.
You almost had me fooled, too.
Just like you did when I was a kid.
Every time you got clean off of a bender and triee to convince me that everything was gonna be different, but it wasn't then.
And it isn't now, because you're still the same old goddamn loser! No! No, no, no! (grunting) Hey.
You seen Jared? Yeah, I just saw him head to the back.
Okay, I'm gonna ask you a question and I want you to be 100% honest.
Wouldn't dream of giving you a lesser percentage.
What's the question? I know Bird is going to New York with Seth for the summer and they're in love and they're soul mates and all that, but Do you think I still have a shot with her? Make that a double, will yoo? You really didn't have to show up here, Rick.
I got everything under control.
Now, would you call being late on your last payment having things under control? Hey, it was three days, okay? You didn't have to break into my apartment.
You think I enjoy spending my Friday nights rifling through your underwear drawer looking for the money that you owe me? I don't.
But I received exactly eight grand.
What was I supposed to do? I'll get you another two by the end of the night.
Only 40K to go and your debt's paid.
You said you were gonna knock off a couple thousand for - that that other thing that I did for you.
- I did.
That doesn't stop your interest from going up.
All right Hey, listen, man, I'm gonna need an extension this month, at least until we get a few more of these parties off the ground.
Look, Jared, I like you.
I like your bar.
That's why when you came to me and said you needed 50 grand or you'd lose the place, I loaned it to you.
I saved your ass.
But we're coming up on six months here and your interest is reaching an untenable tipping point.
- Rick, I am trying.
- I know.
But now it's starting to hurt my business.
So I'm gonna need you to be paid up, in full, by the first.
Or what? Or you're not gonna like what comes next.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Who was that? Oh, he was just looking for the restroom.
- What's up? - Um I just caught Ben dealing.
- Really? - Mm-hmm.
- Yeah, I kicked him out.
- Good.
Yeah, I mean That's good.
We can't have people dealing out in the open like that.
It's such a crazy night.
Would you kiss me already? - Seriously? - What? - Hey! - You said you'd get rid of it.
I am going to, I just figured we'd need a little extra security for tonight.
What, in case you needed to shoot somebody? All right, it's not loaded, okay? It's just for show.
I didn't tell you because I know how you feel about guns.
And yet you brought it anyway.
Are we gonna have this fight in the middle of our party? What? No, I'm just wondering where the hell the guy I moved in with went.
I have absolutely no idea who this guy is.
Look, I I'm still the same guy, okay? Carter, something's wrong with Seth! He came up here, like, ten minutes ago to lay down, he said he felt sick! Seth, Seth! Oh, my God, what's happening? Hey, hey! Call 9-1-1, okay? Meet them out front! Go, come on! Hey, hey, Seth, Seth.
- No, no, no, no, no.
- Seth! Come on, buddy! Come on, buddy, wake up! No! Come on! Come on! He's dead.
What do we do? Let me think.
We gotta get him out of here.
- Grab his legs.
- What? Why? - Jared, stop! - Carter, he obviously OD'd, okay? If the paramedics find him in here, the cops are gonna be all over us.
Why? We didn't do anything wrong.
- He obviously took something.
- Carter, we could get sued.
We could go to jail, or God knows what else.
Is that what you're thinking about right now? If we get him off the property, at least we're protected.
- I'm not doing that, Jared.
- Come on, - We don't have a lot of time, okay? - What are you talking about? Help me with this! He's our friend, Jared.
I did everything I could to try and save him, okay? Now I'm trying to save us.
I don't care, I'm not doing it.
I'll do it myself.
- I'm such an idiot.
- Hey, don't say that.
I let him through the door.
I put you in harm's way.
Yeah, but it's okay.
It's over, I'm fine.
Do you really have to go? Can't you just stay for one more night? We gotta get back.
You should think about what we talked about.
You moving near me.
I will.
I I want to write down that recipe for my spaghetti sauce you like so much.
- Okay.
- Don't move.
When you said that he had you fooled, was that true? Did you really believe he'd changed? I wanted to.
But I had to find out for sure.
So you provoked him on purpose.
She doesn't need to know that.
She feels guilty enough.
Kinda the greatest son ever.
You know I would do the same thing for you.
I do know.
I mean that.
If there was ever a chance of you getting hurt, there is nothing I would not do to protect you.
Oh Shine Oh oh Shine Hey, Mom.
What you doing? - Nothing.
- Really? 'Cause it looks like you're sitting on Carter's bed, staring at the walls.
Eh, don't be embarrassed.
I've done this move.
- You have? - Yeah.
Well, it's the next best thing to her being here.
Think she'll ever come back? I don't know, sweetie.
I did a stupid thing.
She's pretty mad at me.
Well, to be fair, you You do a lot of stupid things.
Why you gotta put me on cast? No, it's blast, Mom, blast.
You put someone on blast, not cast.
Hey, how about we do something fun? Let's Let's go downstairs.
Watch a movie.
Yeah, yeah.
Just give me another 45 seconds.
Oh (sirens blaring, chattering) Came outside for a smoke and I found him here.
Did you know him? No.
Thanks for your time.
You okay? Carter.
It's okay.
All right? You're safe.
Spinning out Spinning out of control Oh oh oh