For All Mankind (2019) s04e03 Episode Script

The Bear Hug

[OFFICER] Dispatch, transport
25 inbound with 12 detainees.
[DISPATCH] Okay, bring them in.
Why are they doing this?
The police back Korzhenko.
They are making an example
of those who ask questions.
Just do what they say.
Get out!
Get out!
[OFFICER 2] Quiet!
- Quickly!
- [JUNIOR SERGEANT] Feet apart!
[OFFICER 2] Hands forward!
Face against the wall!
Feet apart!
tanks surround
the Russian parliament
building in Moscow.
Some of them are operated by troops
loyal to the communist hard-liners
who've taken control of
the Soviet government.
[NEWS ANCHOR 2] Although both
the Defense Intelligence Agency
and the Central Intelligence
Agency have been warning for months
that Gorbachev's days
in power were numbered.
Defense Ministry urged calm,
requesting that citizens remain inside
until the situation is resolved.
The face of the coup is a man named
Fyodor Korzhenko, a longtime nationalist
who says he intends to reverse the
corrupt Western-friendly policies
of the Gorbachev regime
and restore the Soviet Union to
traditional Marxist-Leninist principles.
He leads a group of hard-liners
within the Soviet Communist Party
[HOBSON] The president is expected
to condemn the coup within the hour.
We should tell you,
Roscosmos and Star City,
we haven't heard from
them in almost six hours.
Commander Poole, our thoughts are with
our Russian comrades in Happy Valley.
We hope their loved ones are safe.
You be safe too.
Svetlana, I know you
have your own channels.
Have you been able to
reach anyone at Star City?
My coms-man is sending tritone
repeater every three minutes.
- And nothing?
- It's not just Star City.
My father sends message
to me every Saturday.
This is first time I
do not hear from him.
Same with Pavel's wife
and Maxim's son, Antal.
It's like Moscow just disappeared.
I hate this not knowing.
I'm sorry, Sveta. I know
how hard that can be.
All personal Russian and cosmonaut video
messages need to
take bandwidth priority.
You got it.
And if you want to postpone the asteroid
capture training mission, we can.
No, we should proceed as planned.
[DANIELLE] All right, good.
Did you see that?
That's a shooting star.
Whoa. [SIGHS]
That's the universe
sending us a message.
The universe doesn't send messages.
How do you know?
It's not sentient. Doesn't
give a damn about you and me.
It's just a collection of random
particles careening through a void.
Well, that's a message too. Isn't it?
What are you
What are you doing here?
This is a private beach.
How did you even get here?
I just went down that path over there.
Next to that monstrosity of a house.
You missed the fence and sign that
says, "Keep out. Private property?"
Oh, so that's
that's your monstrosity?
So So you you own like all that
and and what? That's not enough?
You want to claim the ocean too?
I could just call the sheriff.
Go ahead, you fascist pig.
What we're pitching isn't
your usual, pie-in-the-sky,
five-year-calendar aerospace project.
All that hard work and proof of concept.
It's done. NASA already
subsidized the whole thing.
What do they say about aerospace?
Every new project is
like jumping off a cliff
and building an
airplane on the way down.
We're talking one of
the most innovative,
semi-autonomous, downright beautiful
projects NASA's ever backed.
We call it the Mars S.E.E.K.E.R.
A semi-autonomous robotic crawler
designed to explore
uncharted Martian lava
tubes, testing
bedrock for proof of life.
Prototype-gamma is on a
literal shelf at NASA right now.
Gamma is the third in a planned fleet
of six to 12 operational S.E.E.K.E.R.s.
Funds would
Buy cargo space for S.E.E.K.E.R.s
on future Mars launches.
Provide setup of a small
mission control at Happy Valley.
And fund a full-time engineering
team to run the project on Mars.
To find the signatures
of life that once existed,
that maybe still exist right now.
Kelly, let me stop you there.
So well pitched, but we have
several other projects
In this exact same space.
It just doesn't fit
our development slate.
I appreciate the passion, but frankly,
we're not in a position to take
such a financial risk at this time.
That sucked.
What's two hundred million to a company
worth more than the GDP of Texas?
I can think of someone else
worth just about the same.
You really think he'd go for it?
Only one way to find out.
You like it? It's super easy.
It's called Pixel Paint.
[AMANDA] Let's wrap it up.
[LILY] Okay.
Mom says I gotta go.
You're still sending me a Mars rock,
right? Love you, Daddy.
[AMANDA] Okay. Ah, hey. [CHUCKLES]
Oh, ah, Sarah's at Melinda's.
Sorry, I thought she
would be back in time.
Anyway, um, we should talk.
My sister said that there might be a
job for me at the company she works for
up in Boise.
I've seen the latest deposit.
I'm sure you're just as
frustrated about it as I am.
But something's got to change
because this ain't working.
You're millions of miles away
and if you can't make the
money that you thought then,
you know, what are you
even doing up there, Miles?
Anyway, I'll-I'll talk to
you later. [BLOWS KISSES]
Letter from home?
Guessing it was a doozy, too,
based on that hangdog look of yours.
No, I was just I thought it would be
different up here
but it's the same shit.
Well, count yourself lucky.
Know how many vidmails I got last month?
Big fat zero.
You have any family down there?
My husband.
[CHUCKLES] I mean, uh, my ex-husband.
He did that whole quickie divorce
thing. Ten days before blast off.
Shit. Sorry.
Don't be. He wanted kids
and I wanted to go to Mars.
But let's go, uh, drown
our sorrows, shall we?
Whoa. You gotta catch it.
How much do you think Ilya makes?
Getting all this stuff for these people?
Let's see, I gave him 20 bucks
last week to get me tampons
better than the glorified
TP rolls they sell in the PX.
I gave him ten dollars
for all-cotton undies.
Three bucks for drinks.
He hauls in $40 to $50
from me a month alone.
So times that by however many people
you see coming in here every day.
And I'd say he makes a shitload. Yeah.
Do you want another?
- If you're buying.
- Oh, yeah.
- Two more, please.
Coming right up. You got lemon, right?
You seem to have everything
figured out up here, Ilya.
[CHUCKLES] Other than that
fucking still. So slow.
But you'll come to learn,
my friend. Give it time.
Don't know about that. I'm a grand
shy of what I need every month,
and my wife is not happy.
Helios, they are a shit company.
They're greedy and they're cheats.
I worked for them for 15
years. First on Moon, now here.
So one day I said to myself,
"Fine, you want to rig game? I
can do same, only better than you."
When I started on Moon, we
were just small operation.
Jack Daniel's, cigarettes,
some pornography.
The classy stuff, Playboy,
Penthouse. [CHUCKLES]
But it was a tough market.
Here, business much better.
That's great, man. But what
about NASA? Do they know?
I'm very careful. Always.
Man on moon who took over after I left,
he was caught.
They charged him with tax evasion.
[CHUCKLES] Fucking idiot.
So, Ilya, do you ever
need like, I don't know.
Do you Do you need help?
Like an extra pair of hands?
I prefer to work alone.
As I said, I must be careful.
Yeah, I understand. I got it.
I just thought that maybe
Don't be a fucking moron.
Don't you know what Miles's day job is?
He repairs environmental
systems all over the base.
Restricted areas, down and up.
- Which means he's got a
- Green badge.
He can get to parts of
the base you never could.
But, hey, what do I know?
Maybe we'll do test run.
Meet me tomorrow, loading dock B.
Sure thing.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
For what? All I did was
point out the obvious.
You do owe me another drink though.
[ILYA] They demand, we supply.
Now remember, this is customer
service. Smile, but not too big.
Just a little smile. And
look customer in the eye.
We want them to think of us
when they need something.
One, two or three?
[ILYA] And make them
feel like they're home.
Here. Write everything down.
Always with pencil, no computer.
What kind, how many. Always precise.
Then I'll take order,
send down to Earth.
And my partner there, he
finds item, gets it on ship.
And how does that work?
Do you have a secret compartment
in the cargo hold or something?
[ILYA] First things first,
Milosh. All in good time.
[WORKER] Hey, Ilya.
[ILYA] Now you always
ask for scrip first.
Then hand the package.
And you let me know if
there's anything else you need.
Always smile. Bigger
smile. Good. [CHUCKLES]
Be more careful upstairs.
That asshole Palmer,
he has a hard-on for me.
[ILYA] So be nice.
Be quick.
In and out. Ticktock.
[WORKER] What's up, Miles.
Thanks, man.
You must start thinking
different now, Milosh.
You notice someone needs something.
Suggest maybe you have
solution for this.
Always be thinking
ahead. Nothing is free.
This is Russian way. [SPEAKS RUSSIAN]
close to zero, relative motion.
And once we've matched our
spin with the docking platform,
I'll refine our ring alignment.
Okay. Got the spin matched nicely.
[CONTROLLER] Ranger, Happy Valley.
You are go to proceed with
docking procedure test.
[ED] Copy that.
[SVETLANA] I'd rather be
dancing with an actual asteroid.
Just the easy touch-and-go.
Closure rate holding steady
at one meter per second.
Thirty meters.
[CONTROLLER] We're reading a 12168.
Controls are a bit sluggish.
- [SVETLANA] Fifteen meters.
Sveta, you've been
simming this all week.
Wanna try it for real?
Yes, Commander.
[ED] Your controls.
[SVETLANA] I have control.
Okay, ten meters.
Go easy on the translation.
Allow for the lag when in the low.
[SVETLANA] Four meters.
Approaching docking of the platform.
- [ED] One meter. Keep her steady.
- [AI] Docking complete.
Nicely done, Sveta. Nicely done.
This is a mistake.
I'm a Canadian citizen.
Twelve hours and 13 minutes.
Interview room 7.
Police Lieutenant Stepan Gura.
Interview with Margaret Reynolds.
I think there is a misunderstanding.
I was at a newsstand
buying a paper when
your Russian is not bad, but
but I will conduct in
your mother tongue, no?
Yes, that would be better. Now
if you would call my consulate
We will do this. But
first, I have questions.
What is your profession?
I'm a business consultant.
I facilitate deals between
Soviet and Western corporations.
So you're, of course, aware foreigners
who take part in
anti-government activities
fall under Soviet law?
Yes, but I have not violated any
You were arrested as part of
illegal political demonstration
against orderly government
transition, correct?
No, that's-that's not [STAMMERS]
As I said, I was at
a-a newsstand when
When you interfered
with a Soviet police officer
in performance of his duties.
However, there's bigger concern to us.
[GURA] Who gave you this?
- I don't know.
- Yet you chose to hide it.
I was just keeping it
The prefix is assigned to the
Third Chief Directorate of the KGB.
The Third Directorate is currently
opposing constitutional transfer
of government power to Korzhenko.
Right now you are held
here under Article 70,
which does not allow
for extreme penalty.
But if we were to find that you
are here under false pretense,
working with a corrupt Gorbachev
regime against our nation,
this will be a supplementary
circumstance leading to a charge under
Article 64.
"Betrayal of Motherland."
Punishment for this can be as
little as ten years in work camp.
Or as much as death.
But if you were to tell
me what I want to know,
perhaps I could help you.
- [OFFICER 2] Follow me! Follow me!
- [OFFICER 3] I'm behind you!
- You okay?
- [BREATHES SHAKILY] Yeah, I am fine.
My side is stone cold bitch
ever since Kronos mission.
Bet that maneuver didn't
help either, did it?
I feel like I was kicked by a horse.
Nothing Mayakovsky
gives me helps the pain.
Why don't you come to my garden.
After 2200, greenhouse-C.
Because I asked.
Well, then how can I refuse.
- [DEV] Come in.
This is gonna be great.
[DEV] In here.
My team developed techniques way
beyond ice cores and water samples,
detecting the signatures of
life from the rocks themselves
all thanks to your robotic crawlers.
NASA sends me copies of
all your test results.
You've done some remarkable work.
But you still have not
answered the crucial question.
Which is?
What's the potential
return on my investment?
If we find life,
we map its genome, unfold its proteins,
find its secrets.
And in doing that we might
find the secrets to ourselves.
I mean, who knows what advances
in biotech might come out of that?
[DEV] I'm still not
seeing the ROI in this.
You can't take epiphanies to the bank.
I don't get it.
I thought you were all about
discovery, exploring the universe.
I am so flattered that you guys
came all the way out here to see me
and I am sorry that I
can't be more helpful,
but this this this isn't for me.
I'm sorry.
Thank you.
Wait that that's it?
Yeah, I think so.
You know what?
You're full of shit.
I remember when my mom
first went to work for you.
She told me she had never
met someone so passionate
about changing the world for the better.
All your big plans to colonize
Mars, the moons of Saturn, Jupiter.
And now you're-you're
holed up in Shangri-La
watching your bank accounts
grow bigger and bigger,
afraid to step foot
outside of your house.
What the hell happened to you?
You want to know what happened
to me, Kelly? Your mother.
She stabbed me in the back.
But I'm grateful. I am.
Because she pulled the wool from my eyes
and helped me to see people
for what they really are.
Yeah, maybe I shouldn't
have brought up my mom.
You think?
Beautiful. [SIGHS]
I must say I'm impressed.
You do not strike me as a farmer type.
Well, Kelly, my daughter, she's
the real green thumb in the family.
You know, she grew the
first plants on Mars?
For me, it's more like a hobby.
I used to putter around in the garden in
Houston back on the weekends with Karen.
My wife.
I know who she was, Edward.
- Whole world knows Karen Baldwin.
It makes me feel close
to her, working here.
Not-Not in a sad way.
Just makes me feel good. You know?
- [SVETLANA] Mm-hmm.
My father, he used to be
a gardener for Brezhnev.
At his dacha on Black Sea.
When I was little I worked
beside him in gardens.
The smell here
- reminds me of him.
I wish I would get message
from him telling me he's okay.
You'll hear from him soon. I'm sure.
Hey, uh
I got something for you.
But yeah, you can't tell
anyone about this ever.
My lips are sealed
- Ever.
- Ever.
Eh, no, it's pot um, marijuana.
- I know.
- Oh. Okay.
How did you get it up here?
Well, Karen had this friend, uh, Wayne.
Uh he, uh, gave me some seeds
to help me with my aches and pains
and I planted the suckers and
they just took off. [CHUCKLES]
This is, uh for your back.
Okay, you just hold your finger on that.
- Like that?
- Yeah, then you inhale.
And then let it go.
There you go.
You hold it in.
I'm sorry.
No, that just means
you're doing it right.
You treat this like any pain medicine,
you gotta be clean before you fly.
For at least eight hours. I know.
You say you smoke to
help your aches and pains?
What's wrong with them?
I don't know.
I'm Colonel Vidor Kolikoff.
Thank you.
I'm sorry you got caught
up in our politics.
I assure you,
the army is working to restore order
and return Mr. Gorbachev to power.
Now please, if you'd indulge me.
- [KOLIKOFF, IN RUSSIAN] To his knees.
Now, tell me about the card
that you found on her.
I cannot.
[KOLIKOFF] I'm asking you again.
Tell me about the card.
You called the number and who
who answered?
The man said it was a watch repair shop.
I told him I found the number in
the possession of Margaret Reynolds.
My call was transferred
and another man picked up.
He said Margaret Reynolds is one
of their most valued customers.
He told me I did well to call him.
The woman didn't give me her name.
number reaches a trap line
that redirects to the Second
Directorate of the KGB.
You weren't just talking to the KGB.
You were talking to the KGB
who watch the rest of KGB.
Counterintelligence. They're
the ones backing Korzhenko.
They are the ones behind the coup.
The man on the phone
did he tell you who she is?
The woman who gave you the
card, what did she look like?
Sixties, maybe?
I don't know who she is.
I just spoke to her for a moment.
What are you to her?
I don't know what you're
talking about, I swear.
You will tell me everything
that you know about this woman.
What are you doing?
Oh, hey.
Found this compressor
in the suit soop's room.
And I remember what you were
saying about svyazi.
And I know how you're always complaining
that your still is too slow, so
[LAUGHS] Wow. Thank you, Milosh.
Think nothing of it.
All right, check it out?
- Turn it off! Turn it off!
- [MILES] No shi
Son of bitch. Fuck!
Your compressor broke my still!
Hang on, hang on. [GRUNTS]
Let me check it out.
Ow, fuck.
[GROANS] Fuck.
Oh, shit.
Yeah, your thermostat's fried.
I need cooling coil to
condense alcohol back to liquid.
No coil, no booze! Huh?
[SAM] You should have just
left well enough alone.
I vouched for you, Miles.
I know. I'm sorry.
How long is the still going to be down?
He said a couple of months.
He's got to order a new thermostat
and have it shipped up here.
[CHUCKLES] He must be so pissed.
I've never seen a human head
get that red before. [LAUGHS]
I mean, he told me where I could
stick that job, that's for sure.
Sorry, man.
Looks like all the thermostats like that
one have been replaced by newer models.
Fuck. I knew this would happen.
Just when I'm starting to make
head way up here, you know.
It's just a little setback is all.
I'm sure he'll get over it eventually.
Oh, hang on.
Now that's interesting.
Wait, what is?
There's still one more on base.
Uno momento.
Oh, boy.
The North Koreans have it.
North Koreans? As in it's in their area?
Okay, that's not insurmountable.
I'll just No, I could I-I'll
go over there and I'll talk to 'em.
You can't be serious.
That was Palmer's number one
rule. Stay away from North Korea.
How bad can it be?
I mean, they're up here, we're
up here, we're not that different.
Yeah, but North Korean territory on
this base is akin to actual North Korea.
You're basically saying you-you're
just gonna walk up to the DMZ
and knock on the front door?
Well, yeah. I mean,
strength in numbers right?
[CHUCKLES] No fucking way.
No, I'm on borrowed time as is with this
whole accident report thing coming out.
I-I've got to be perfect if I want to
get reassigned to the asteroid program.
What about you? You up for an adventure?
Yeah, that's a no from me.
Palmer scares me. A lot.
[IN KOREAN] What is it?
It is an elevated methane warning.
Check the auxiliary flow sensors.
Yes, sir.
quality levels. There could be a leak.
Come on, open up.
You are not allowed.
[IN KOREAN] What do they want?
I heard tanks were
surrounding The Kremlin
- and Gorbachev
Ah, ma'am. A possible cooling system
leak in the North Korean module.
There's already a Helios tech at
the site. You can reset the alert.
Listen, all your people need to leave.
I need to check your air quality
levels. Could be dangerous.
[IN KOREAN] This is sovereign territory
of the People's Republic of Korea.
choke to death, that's your business.
I have a job to do.
Okay, this is a safety
issue, you understand? Safety.
[IN KOREAN] He says
it is a safety issue.
We must evacuate.
We are temporarily
evacuating the module.
here until I give the all clear.
[GASPS] Whoa. Shit. Scared me there.
Well, uh, false alarm.
Uh, the air is clear.
No sign of contamination.
Probably just a faulty sensor.
You know, happened a couple of
times that I've been up here.
- Power surge hits the sensor gauge
- What is in case?
- [STAMMERS] I, uh-uh, um
- You put that recording device
No, no. I'm, uh-uh, a repairman.
Show me what is in case, sir.
Or I report American espionage.
Whoa. No, no. You got the wrong idea.
Look, sir, I'm not, uh
They're I'm not a s a spook.
- No?
- No.
Then what did you put in case?
Thermostat. I-I needed it and
yours is the only one on base.
I'm sorry.
Why you need?
There's this, uh, bar, you
know, where you drink alcohol.
You are with, uh, Breshov? Uh, Ilya?
You know Ilya?
I know of smuggling.
We have eyes all over base.
Listen, um [STUTTERS]
I apologize for everything.
This was stupid. I'm just
gonna take it. I'm gonna put
You keep, but I need you to help me.
[ALEIDA] Maybe we're
going about this all wrong.
[SIGHS] We could go for
an international partner.
- Or the Chinese. They have a lot of money.
- [ALEX] Yeah. That's cool. Let me try.
- [GUEST] There you go.
- [OLGA] Oh, here she is.
- [KELLY] Dev?
Kelly. [CHUCKLES] Come here.
Mommy, watch this.
So, here. So, the coin's in this hand.
Three, two, one.
Whoa! Where did it go?
- Darn it.
- Come, Alexei. [SPEAKS RUSSIAN]
Hey, keep working at it, young Alex.
How did you get here before us?
Helps if you have your own jet.
What do you want, Dev?
To apologize for what
I said about your mom.
My phone works too.
No, it wouldn't have.
You see, your mother
was a remarkable woman.
She was very important to me,
and I have been thinking
about the things that you said.
I'm sorry. That was harsh.
Yes, it was.
But it got me thinking
about my own father.
See, people let him down,
people he thought he could count on.
And they hurt him so
bad that he just gave up.
And I was heading down the same
path and didn't even realize it
until you walked through the door.
So, are you saying that you've
changed your mind and
decided to fund our project?
Rule number one in business,
never invest your own money.
Then whose money are we going to use?
We already went to Helios,
Dev. They turned us down.
I got a feeling the new management team
will be more amenable to our proposal.
What new management team?
Are you seriously suggesting
that we take over Helios?
I still own a substantial
amount of stock in the company,
and you inherited
everything from your mom.
If we can convince enough
stockholders to throw in with us,
well, we can do it.
What do you say?
Fuck it. Let's do it.
All right, great.
Now, stakeholders.
I will approach these three here
and, Kelly, I'd like you to
approach these others right here.
I'll take this one.
We go way back.
[BILL] Yeah?
It's me.
I wasn't sure if you were
[ALEIDA] Wow. Looks like
someone's been on a buying spree.
[BILL] What brings you out my way?
[ALEIDA] Got something
for you to look at.
Give me a minute.
Oh, my God.
You have Robby the Robot
from Forbidden Planet.
You know it's Victor's
all-time favorite movie.
Hey, put that back!
Right where you got
it from. Right there.
Come on.
Sorry, it, uh
It's just I know where everything
is. Don't wanna lose it.
Ah, show me the thing. Come on.
[SIGHS] Oh, I know about this.
Yeah. It's a fascinating project,
but I thought Hobson killed it.
We're doing this through
the private sector.
Hold on, you're leaving NASA
to work on this with Kelly Baldwin?
And Dev Ayesa.
Oh, Jesus.
Look, I know it's crazy, but Dev
still owns a lot of Helios stock
and so does Kelly.
All we need is a few more
stockholders to join us,
and we can retake his company.
So that's why you're here.
For my shares.
It's an opportunity to do pure science
again without all
the political bullshit
Spare me the sales pitch. Jesus.
God. I'll sign the fucking
thing and then you can just go.
I'm sorry I haven't been
to see you in so long.
I don't blame you for being
mad at me. But I really
I'm not mad.
You're not?
I get it.
Probably wouldn't want to see me either.
But if you want my help you're gonna
have to explain something to me.
Why you're walking away
from NASA, after 15 years,
to work on a private robotics program
that, to be frank, is beneath you.
You should be director by now.
You can do this shit in
your sleep. You know it.
I can't do manned space flight anymore.
What? 'Cause of the Ranger-1 accident?
You've lost crew before.
Guess everyone has their limit.
But you always seemed more resilient.
I mean, you went back when
I didn't have a choice.
- I owed it to all the people we lost.
- Margo, you mean?
She lied to you. She betrayed her
country and still you owed it to her.
Please, let's not have
this argument again. Okay?
We don't know why she did it.
The Russians probably forced her.
- So we are gonna have this argument again.
- Bill! Bill!
The point I'm trying to make is
I am not more resilient than you.
When I first walked into the new MOCR.
Gleaming. Immaculate.
I was just hit with that
stench of burning plastic.
Hits the back of your
It burns.
But the smell faded and every
morning I'd wake up with this
feeling of dread.
Then with the asteroid
it all came flooding back.
I ran out of the fucking
room, Bill. [SIGHS]
I left my post
and I couldn't go back in there anymore.
At least you didn't pee your pants.
That's for sure. [SIGHS]
Hey, why don't you come work with me?
Feel like old times. Get you
out of the house, at least.
Do whatever you want with my shares.
I trust you
but I'm never coming back.
Hello, Ms. Reynolds.
Let me ask you again. Who
is the woman from the park?
Like I said, she never
said who she works for.
Yet you protect her. Why?
you need to believe me.
I don't even know who she is.
the middle of something.
No. [GASPS] No. No.
Wait. Help Call the American embassy.
[RICHARD] In summary,
helium-3 refineryexpansion
will continue Earth-side,
as we escalate lunar mining.
Relative to the capex number we've
shown you today of 29 billion.
We remain committed.
[DEV] A question, uh, Richard.
Dev Ayesa, we're in the
middle of a board meeting here.
The bylaws are clear.
Control of this company requires me
to make a direct address to the board.
Hello, board.
I have put in a tender offer
backed by 23 other shareholders,
giving us majority stake,
naming me CEO of this
company effective immediately.
Dev, I'm sorry, there are all
kinds of safeguards against that.
And if you try and poison pill this
I'll just go ahead and swallow it.
Any proxy fight that just
gets killed right in the crib.
If you sue, I'll counter.
If the SEC gets involved,
that will take months.
By that point, the
share value will crash,
and this company's
reputation will be destroyed.
So what are we going to do about it?
The lesson of Icarus is not
don't fly too close to the sun.
It's make better fucking wings.
The best way to seize the
future is to invent it.
So let's start.
You are barred from this
building, effective immediately.
Files, access and your e-mails have
been locked. Please, get out of my face.
Arlene Spielman, Phillip
Hillhouse, Marla Bales,
you didn't want to go to Mars
in the first place. Get out.
I mean it. Get out.
One foot in front of the other.
I'm gutting the entire finance
department. Please, get out.
Ivan Ochoa,
the subsidies that you negotiated
for helium-3 are absolutely criminal.
You get out as well.
Zoe Howard. Sean Doorly. Get out.
[CHUCKLES] I do not know how you
did it, Milosh, but thank you.
And come back tomorrow.
I'll have more for you to do.
I'm looking forward to it.
Though, uh, there's one more thing.
I might have found you
a new customer today.
Come in, my friend. Come on in.
Come on.
[ILYA] What can I do for you?
Who would've thought? Nixon opened
up China, you opened up North Korea.
- Would you care for a drink?
First one on the house.
No drink.
I can get you anything you need.
Playboy magazine. Foot
cream. Even laser disc.
I need you
to bring me my wife.
[IN RUSSIAN] Please.
[PERSON] Get that hood off of her.
It took me some time to locate you.
They wanted to know
It's okay. You're safe now.
Come, follow me.
Who are you?
My name is Irina Vasilievna Morozova.
And I want you to work for me.
Work for you?
Star City.
Gorbachev and the army,
they have agreed to terms.
Korzhenko is the president.
And I have been named
the new head of Roscosmos.
I need skilled people on my side.
And you are very skilled, indeed.
But you barely know me.
I've known you for a long time, Margo.
Are you coming?
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