Get Shorty (2017) s02e10 Episode Script

Pickle

1 Previously on "Get Shorty" You're standing by the deal that we made, right? No.
Someone very high up wants to make an example of you.
Can you honor Louis' side of the deal? From the description of your conversation with Amara, it's possible she has no idea you're working with us.
Yes, and it's also possible she does.
Serve a long enough sentence, no one will know you were an informant.
You're actually pitching this? That I choose to go to prison? Bend over.
Cough.
[MEN COUGHING] Uh, yeah.
I'm here to go to prison.
[MEN SHOUTING, CHEERING] - Who runs Capotillo in here? - Swayze.
I heard one of the Latvians was talking shit about Swayze.
He sent them a pickle jar, and on the inside, their boy's dick and balls.
Are you saying that I can come back? If this shit with Amara is really in the past It is.
I'm staying on "Wylderness" as a producer.
You don't think that could be awkward us working together? Not if you stay out of my way.
They cast Amanda Rhodes.
No.
No, she's Oh.
She's all wrong.
- Why do you care? - 'Cause my fucking name's on it.
Hey, maybe I could get some notes to April.
[GRUNTS] [ALL SHOUTING] Hey! [SHOUTING CONTINUES] [ALARM BLARING] Yago! [ELECTRICITY HUMMING] [DOORS SLAM SHUT] [KEYS JINGLING] [KEYS JINGLING] [DOOR BUZZES] [WHISTLING IN DISTANCE] [MAN WHISTLES] What is that? Passing something.
Passing what? Who the fuck cares? [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] You've got it down.
Guards want 10 a minute.
10 a minute? 600 an hour.
Three hours a day, that's 1,800 souvenirs.
Multiply that by five years, that's I mean, who even buys this shit? [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] Fabian, would you mind movin' for a minute? Hey.
Can Yago have your seat? For a book of stamps.
And some goldfish? Thank you.
[WHISTLES] They patch you up? Doctor said I was lucky it missed my spleen.
Whatever the fuck that is.
Cellmate thinks Capotillo didn't put the hit on me.
It was Amara.
- You heard that? - I think everyone heard.
My Tia paid someone to fuckin' kill me.
Hurts, you know? More than the stitches.
I'm starting to think she's not the soft, sentimental old lady we thought she was.
[DOOR BUZZES] That fucking guy? [SCOFFS] Already out of solitary.
I hear his nickname is "Happy.
" Who says inmates don't have a sense of irony.
Guards said we got in an "argument.
" What fucking argument? He stabs me, and then they let him out so he can do it again.
On the bright side, Capotillo now know that we're not running with Amara.
Get anywhere with Swayze? Workin' on it.
You know what? If it wasn't for you, I'd have a lot more than 12 stitches right now.
I'm saying I owe you.
Yes, you do.
[WATER RUNNING] [INDISTINCT CONVERSATION] [DOOR SLAMS SHUT] You stay.
My girl, Natasha.
You got her a job doing makeup on a movie? I did, yeah.
Wow.
I'm so grateful.
What can I do for you? Well, right now, I could use a towel.
It's a bit chilly in here, as you may have noticed.
The job was just a peace offering.
I know that Amara and Capotillo haven't been getting along very well, but I'm not with Amara now.
In fact, she just ordered a hit on my buddy, Yago.
You want protection? - That would be great.
- That's it? I could also use some help getting materials in and out of this place.
Nothing major.
Just written notes.
Notes? Okay.
Really? Want them delivered to your cell, like in wrapping paper? [LAUGHTER] You think I need help getting my girls jobs? He got five girls.
Natasha, not even my favorite.
I thought she seemed nice.
You try this shit again your buddy's gonna get a pickle jar with your pinche verga.
Need a translation? I think I got it.
I hear your brother has a trucking company.
Maybe I could get him a contract.
- This guy.
- Shut him the fuck up.
It would be worth 20 grand a week.
Hold up, hold up.
A week? Maybe I could grab that towel and we could discuss this further? [HORN HONKS] - April! Over here.
- [DEVICE BEEPING] Oh.
This is so confusing.
The apartment numbers go up that way, and then they just go back down.
Yeah, I don't understand, either.
Everybody gets lost.
- What's that beeping? - Oh, it's my ankle monitor.
Yeah, I got 60 seconds to get back in range, so come on in.
- Hi.
- Oh, my God.
- Right? - How soon? Super soon, like any week.
Oh, my God.
- We're having a home birth.
- Are you? Yeah, tried for special dispensation for the ankle monitor, but my probation officer keeps jerking me around.
Yes.
So many people that I know have the baby at home with a midwife.
They say, in some ways, it's safer.
- Less germs.
- Great.
[LAUGHS] I mean, I would never do it, but Well, you know - Oh, and who we got.
- Ah? - She delivered, uh - Emily Blunt.
- Emily Blunt's baby.
- Mm-hmm.
- Wow.
- All right.
You guys talk business.
- I'll make us some lunch.
- Thanks, honey.
We should sit.
So, you got my e-mail about the trucking company? Louis, from now on, everything I do is aboveboard.
These guys are legit.
Casales Transportation and Refrigeration.
Since when have you cared about transportation? I let your hire a makeup girl who has never done a feature.
You still won't tell me what that's about.
All of this is aboveboard, just [MICROWAVE BEEPS, HUMMING] It'll help Miles.
- If you want, I'll explain how.
- Please don't.
That's really it.
It's just Wait, wait, wait, wait.
Oh, wait.
Actually, Miles had a couple of notes.
- What? - Yeah, he's really not crazy about Amanda Rhodes for the lead.
Says that she's too Disney.
- She's doing very big films.
- And he had some story notes.
I tried to write 'em down.
I tried, but it just didn't It'd be better if he just told you himself.
No.
If he wanted to be involved, he should have stayed out of prison.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
Well, maybe you could go see him and tell him that.
- Louis, I am not - Miles has a vision for this movie.
Having something that he cares about, something that he is passionate about while he's inside, that's gonna keep him going.
God Eilert Lovborg was more to you than perhaps you are willing to admit.
Am I wrong? I don't answer such questions.
Oh, that he had the will and the strength to turn away from the banquet of life so early.
I'm sorry, Mrs.
Hedda, but I fear I must dispel - an amiable illusion - Illusion? that could not have lasted long in any case.
Eilert Lovborg did not shoot himself voluntarily.
Okay, let's stop.
Clive, remember you're really jealous of Lovborg.
So when you're asking if she has feelings for him, that hurts.
- Right.
- Yeah.
Got it.
And I'm not giving Brack anything.
Is that coming across when I'm turning away? No, we're getting that.
That's great.
Let's go, um Let's go from the line, uh R-R-Rick, can I say, you are a phenomenal director.
The way you know what the character wants.
The subtext.
Really, you see the human condition.
It's a gift.
Wow.
Thank you.
It's a very nice compliment.
Thank you.
Okay.
So, uh, from Judge Brack, "Am I wrong?" - Am I wrong? - I don't answer such questions.
I only know that Eilert Lovborg has had the courage to live his life after his own fashion.
[DOOR BUZZES] [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] Oh, man, it's so good to see you.
And don't you look well? I heard that you were back on the film, and I thought, "Good on you.
" Good for you, April Quinn.
Don't let that spoiled, arrogant shitbag push you around.
Time's up.
Am I right? Miles, I came in here to see how you were.
But I have to tell you, I felt betrayed.
To find out there's another side of you, and of our work together that you never mentioned, that you made me an accomplice to felonies without considering what it could do to me.
It's a miracle I still have a career.
You have every right to be angry.
Well now I'm seeing these creepy people you're in here with, and the outfit they make you wear, and it's hard to hold on to my anger.
If we can just get back to "Wylderness," real quick? Louis mentioned the new ending.
- No, we can't.
- Where she finds her father, and they fall into each other's arms, and it's all peachy again? What the fuck is that? We have a great team of veteran filmmakers.
Given what happened with "The Admiral's Mistress," that means fuck-all.
Miles, we're starting production.
You haven't seen the latest draft, and I can't bring you a new script.
These guards won't let me bring sugarless gum.
Literally, I had sugarless gum.
- Okay, so I - [DOOR BUZZES] I'll find another way.
A legal way? When you get all whisper-y, and you're looking over your shoulder? Cath has gone about this all wrong, April.
I mean, she wanted the Disney girl, and now she's messing with the ending I mean, that's not our movie.
This isn't a fuckin' fairy tale.
It's what I'm going through right now.
It's about people who have had their lives pulled from under them, and they're trying to fight their way out.
And they're dealing with cannibals.
You don't think there's cannibals in here?! April, you once told me that I was a great producer.
You know what? I've come to agree with you.
So, please, just let me keep my hand in.
I can fucking help.
[CELLPHONE BEEPING] [TELEPHONE RINGING] - Hey.
- You ready? Remember where we left off? More or less.
Okay.
So, Clementine's freaking out for the file about her and Joel.
Now she's in the car, checking an address.
Hold on.
Shorty, you there? Thought Mom was coming in.
She's gone now.
Would she be angrier that you're watching a movie before bed or that you're talking to me? Let's not find out.
Okay.
She's walking into a building.
[DOOR SLAMS SHUT] Looking at the people who live there.
[SNORING] [KEYS JINGLE] Dad? Hey.
- Everything okay? - Yeah.
Let's keep going.
Um okay.
So, Joel's friend recognized her.
She used to know him but doesn't remember.
Okay, now she's in Joel's apartment.
- April? - Aah! Jesus.
- Yeah.
- Got notes from Miles.
[SIGHS] - What's your name? - Oggie.
Oggie, you scared the shit out of me.
- Sorry.
- Okay, look.
This is not how this is going to work.
You do not follow me on the street.
- Miles said I was suppo - I don't care what Miles said.
If you have notes for me, you bring them to me at my office or on set.
You call my office and you set up a time.
- Your office? - Yes.
Number's there.
You'll need to show a license at the gate.
- The notes are on paper towel? - Yeah.
Thank you, Oggie.
[SIGHS] [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] [WIND BLOWING, BIRDS CAWING] - Still a long way to go.
- We'll get there.
Couple more hours and we'll stop for the night.
Can we make a fire? Not tonight.
It's not safe.
- Cut! - That's a cut! - Natasha, more sweat.
- Yo, they want more sweat.
On the forehead? Cath, I have an idea.
What do you think if - Hello.
- Hey.
How's it going? - Hey.
- Mwah.
- Have you been watching? - Thank you.
Just this one scene.
- He is really good.
- Oh, David? - He's wonderful.
- Wow.
- Wonderful.
- Oh, April, there's someone asking for you at basecamp down there.
- Oh.
- All right, good.
- You okay? - Mm-hmm.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATION] [PAN SIZZLING] Beautiful.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] [DOOR BUZZES] Man, why are some of them pages blue? These are rewrites.
See here? Where they have the stars? These are lines that I had 'em put in.
Hmm.
Oh, these are good.
So, uh How's the income from the trucking gig? It's flowing, right? - Mm-hmm.
- Great.
So, you know that dude, Happy? Think you could keep him away from me? - I'll talk to Swayze.
- That'd be great, man.
That's all I'm asking.
Thank you.
[DOOR BUZZES] You know, if they catch us bringing this shit in, they could add five years to our bid, right? Mm-hmm.
I'm just saying, I hope it's worth it.
Yeah.
Nice.
I dreamed about him last night, lying alone.
Maybe he found the others.
If I'd known, I would've gone back.
Which is why I did you the favor of not telling you.
We could have at least tried! I'm not arguing about this! For all we know, he was still alive.
There's nothing we could've done! - If we tried, we'd be dead.
- You don't know that! I do know! Until we get some drinking water, we can't fight.
If you need to be a hero, you do that.
I'll move on.
Are you with me? Yes or no?! And cut! - Let's go again.
- That's a cut.
We're going again.
Scene works better with Zoe getting confrontational.
Yeah.
April's idea.
You know, at the first production meeting, Miles had the same note.
- Miles Daly? Really? - Mm-hmm.
Picture's up.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] I heard you wanted to see us.
What are "dailies"? They're unedited film.
What's that? Little pieces of the movie.
Why? Did you find a way to get them in? Why do you need them? We watch to see how production is getting on, see if there's anything we missed or if a scene needs to be re-shot.
If the actors don't have chemistry.
So if part of it is not good, you do it all over again? Exactly.
That's interesting.
Should we discuss how you're planning to There.
Ah, there goes your dailies.
She's got the thumb drive in her panocha.
Yeah, that's why she's walking funny.
Conjugal visit with Animal, she hands it to him, he swallows it.
Then you get the drive when he shits it out.
Isn't that clever.
[GRUNTING] [MAN WHISTLES] And rolling.
And action! could've done! - If we tried, we'd be dead.
- You don't know that! I do know! So, nothing happened with you and banana girl? - Well, we had drinks together.
- But nothing sexual.
- No.
- And your girlfriend had her killed? Yeah, well, I can't prove it, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened.
Intense.
Perrier? Yeah, thanks.
Horrible, but also romantic.
That his ex had someone whacked? I'm just saying, Amara must really love you.
Well, I mean, it's hard to get past the fact that she killed someone, but, uh If I cheated on my wife, she'd divorce me, then write a thank-you letter to the woman I cheated with.
Let me tell you, the banana girl story, that's your next film.
Well, that's if people will even work with me - when I'm out of here.
- [MUSIC CHIMES OVER PA] Five minutes.
Look, I don't know Hollywood, but in finance, as long as you're turning a profit, - nobody cares if you did time.
- [MUSIC CHIMES OVER PA] - Five minutes.
- Let's finance his next film.
Done.
But I thought the FBI got all your money.
Well, they did.
Right? - All of it.
- [LAUGHING] Let's just say, uh, when we get out, call us.
[DOOR OPENS, CLOSES] Oh.
That's nice of you guys.
We believe in you.
We both know how talented you are.
Plus, that stuff with Amara? That's a great love story.
[WATER RUNNING] Love story.
[CHUCKLES] - It's ringing.
- [LABORED BREATHING] - Voicemail.
- Where is she? I am sure that she's on her way.
Uh, Yonni, yeah, just wondering - Yoni.
- What? Yoni.
Yoni, just wondering where you are.
The contractions are coming every four minutes, so, you know, the sooner the better.
Okay, thank you.
Another [GROANS] Are you okay? Huh? Where's the timer? - Fuck the timer! - Okay.
I'm gonna write down the minutes.
[GRUNTING] Okay.
[BREATHING DEEPLY] Are you okay? You have to stop asking me that.
Oh, okay.
All right.
Okay, it's a text from Yoni.
Uh - Oh, she couldn't find the place.
- What? She thought she was in the wrong place.
- What? - Okay.
No, I mean, I'm sure that she's I'm sure she's still here, okay? I'm just gonna go find her, okay? - Okay.
- Are you okay? - Louis! - Okay! All right! Okay, I'll be right back! - Yoni! - [ANKLE MONITOR BEEPS] Yoni! Yoni! [ANKLE MONITOR BEEPING] Yoni! Yoni! Yoni! Yes.
Yes, yes! Fucking brilliant! Was that not a brilliant bit of film? I don't have any headphones.
I can't hear anything.
You saw the shot, though, right? Yeah, I mean, it looked good That is the best thing that Cath Nardini has ever done, hands down.
And Oumou oh, fucking heartbreaking.
What a performance.
Hey, I-I got a couple of notes.
Can you give me a few minutes? I ain't here for that.
From Swayze.
He says Happy won't bother you no more.
Have a little look in the bag, see what it is, will you? - You look.
- No fuckin' chance.
Oh, Jesus.
[DOOR BUZZES] Is that Happy's dick and balls? I guess.
In pickle juice? What did they do with the rest of him? We never asked for this.
I mean All I said was, they should keep him away from us.
- Oh, my God.
- I meant talk to him.
Seeing as it's your fault, you get rid of it.
Put it back in the bag, get it off my bunk.
Actually, I'm gonna stash it somewhere.
Y-You're gonna keep it? I mean, if you need someone to take you serious, you give 'em this.
Right? They'll know you're for real.
And it's pickle juice.
- I mean, it's not gonna go bad - Get out.
Just sayin' Jesus Christ.
- Focus on your breathing.
- [RHYTHMIC BREATHING] That's it.
You're doing so great.
You are, honey.
You're doing so good.
Want to lie on your side for a while? - No.
- [KNOCK ON DOOR] Someone at the door.
- Just ignore it.
- Police! Did they say "police"? Louis Okay, I'll I'll be right back.
- Breathe.
- [GROANING] - Hi.
- Are you Louis Darnell? Is this about the ankle monitor? - You Louis? - Yeah, listen, I can't do this right now, guys.
My wife is literally giving birth Sir, are you Louis Darnell? - Yes! - Okay.
We understand you're under house arrest, and we just received an alert that you vacated the premises during restricted hours.
You are supposed to stay in your house.
I'm having a fucking baby! Okay? So if you guys want to wait around until that's over with, that's fine.
But I can't do it right now, okay? All right, sir, do not just walk away Goddamn it Would you wait outside?! Louis, come look.
Louis, come stand next to me.
[POLICE RADIO CHATTER] How beautiful is that? His head.
[BABY COOS] [CHILDREN'S MUSIC PLAYS] [GRUNTS] Yeah.
Hey, if you make it to the Safeway, - there's a list in the kitchen.
- Okay.
What time do we have to leave tonight? - Oh, the red carpet's at 6:00.
- Okay.
I will be back at 5:00, and I'll have Kenz here at 5:15.
- Okay.
- My good baby.
Ooh.
Guess what.
We get to go grocery shopping.
Yeah.
You get to ride in the cart.
Yeah.
[DOOR OPENS] Rick.
[KEYS JINGLE] Yeah.
Already? I I thought I had a couple more hours.
It's time.
Okay.
[CHUCKLES] Everyone, Rick is out of here.
[APPLAUSE] Yeah.
I got to be honest, guys - I don't want to go.
- Ah.
You'll get home, friends and family will throw you a party You'll forget all about us.
I don't think so.
- Ah, come here, pal.
- All right.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
Thanks.
[GRUNTS] Okay, guys.
Thanks, guys.
[APPLAUSE] Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS IN DISTANCE] - Step in here.
- In here? Yeah.
Hey.
Thank you.
Nobody knows you're here with me, right? No, I'm here on unrelated business.
I remembered you were getting out, thought I'd say hi.
Take it your stay went well? I've been as happy here as I've ever been in my life.
That's a better reaction than I expected.
- Any word on Amara? - No, but do me a favor.
If you notice anything unusual when you're out, just give us a call.
I just spent a year in prison to throw people off.
You're not telling me I'm in danger.
Not necessarily.
I mean, Amara's put out hits on a few people, but there's no reason to think that you're on her list.
Hits on who? Just call us if anything comes up.
Better to err on the side of caution.
- So, you haven't seen them.
- I've heard they're good.
Just "good"? Okay.
[CHUCKLES] "What could have been a campy B-movie, or worse, an earnest, derivative screed" - What's a screed? - Screed It's like a thorny plant, lives in the desert "derivative screed, is instead an emotionally resonant exploration of love and bravery in the modern age.
Not to be missed.
" "Instead of making a desperate play for the viewer's attention, 'Wylderness' starts quietly, yet we never look away, a credit to the sure-handed filmmaking.
" - "Sure-handed"? - Dad, they love it.
I mean, these are early reviews.
Let's see what the others say.
I'm proud of you.
And so is Mom.
As soon as it comes out, we're all gonna go see it.
How is your mum? Think she's gonna call you.
But her and Philip are engaged.
Isn't that something.
She in the back room? Why didn't she want to give me the news herself? It's okay.
It is.
You like him, right? He's nice to Mom.
How's he with you? He's nice.
- Kind of boring - [BOTH CHUCKLE] But he's got a boat.
- What kind of boat? - I don't know boats.
Medium-sized? Took us to Catalina.
I thought your mom hated being at sea? Yeah, she spent the whole trip trying not to puke.
[LAUGHS] Oh, and she's gonna spend a whole marriage feeling slightly seasick? Well, I guess she's okay with that.
I guess so.
Is there any more? Come on, there's one more.
[CELLPHONE RINGS] - Hello? - "An emotionally resonant film about love in the modern age.
This is not to be missed.
" - I saw that.
- "We can't look away, not even for a moment.
Our hearts will not allow it.
" For someone with no Internet access, you're very up to date on reviews.
On the glowing reviews, April.
On the Hey, when you were making those films with Vin Diesel, were you getting reviews like these? Some critics actually like explosions.
But, uh, Miles, I, uh - I have to - What about theatrical release? Feels like, with press like this, we should be in more theaters, right? Miles I have some really shitty news.
Like, I can barely say this.
- What? - Laurence filed with the PGA to have your name taken off the film.
[CHUCKLES] What What do you mean? He can't take my name off the film.
It must be in the contract.
Contractually, he can do it.
And he's on the board of the PGA.
Miles, I freaked out when I found out.
I called Laurence, and I called the union.
No one understands how much input you've had on [TELEPHONE RINGS] Laurence Budd's office.
[TELEPHONE BEEPS] Uh, it's Miles Daly.
Miles Daly? From, uh, prison? Yeah, recording says it's a collect call from Miles at the Porterville Federal Penitentiary.
Amazing.
Amazing.
Okay.
Uh, I'll accept the charges.
Laurence.
Thanks for taking the call.
Thank you for reaching out.
I just wanted to congratulate you on "Wylderness.
" From what I understand, it's a very successful film.
Another feather in your well-feathered cap.
- That's very kind.
- Of course.
I've learned so much from you already.
Can't wait to put it all into practice.
Well, I'm sorry you weren't around - for more of the filmmaking.
- Me too.
But down the road, if you ever need anything, a recommendation, an introduction Yes, I know you have friends in very high places.
Don't you golf with the Attorney General? Where did you hear that? I've met some fascinating people myself this last year, Laurence.
Maybe someday we can all get together.
- We'll see.
- Yeah, I think there's gonna be a lot you're gonna be able to do for me.
- Is there.
- You know what I love the most about you, Laurence? You've got balls.
What? [DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE] Thank you.
[KEYS JINGLE] [BUTTON CLICKS] [TELEPHONE RINGING] It's Kevin.
I'll get back to you.
- Thanks.
- [VOICEMAIL BEEPS] Hey, it's, uh, dad.
I'm home.
I, uh I don't know if you You got my messages.
Martha said that you might be in LA.
But, uh, maybe Maybe you're out of town.
Anyway, uh give me a call sometime.
I don't have a lot scheduled.
[TELEPHONE BEEPS] [DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE] [DOOR CREAKS OPEN] [DOOR CLOSES] Hey! I got something for you from Amara.
Oh, fuck.
No, no, no! - No, no! - Hold on.
Calm down.
- She's waiting for you.
- What? Ticket to Guatemala, first-class.
- Amara's in Guatemala? - I guess.
She said to give you this, and she would have someone meet you at the airport.
It's one-way.
- You talk to her? - Not often.
- Is that hair real? - No.
Looks real.
Have a good night.
Wait, wait.
Wait.
Want to have a drink? One thing I couldn't get on the inside.
I got vodka, got scotch.
Vodka.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Here.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] Laurence, Laurence! Laurence.
The buzz for this film is so good.
Are you at all worried about living up to the hype? Well, it's a It's a great problem to have.
I think people make up their own minds.
Oh! Here's our "Emile," the fantastic David Oumou.
Look at him, fantastic.
Just stay right here.
We were thinking, let's make a genre film that is about character, that goes deeper than usual.
April.
April Quinn She's worked on this film from its conception.
April, let's take pictures, eh? - No, I'll leave you to it.
- Uh, thanks, everyone.
Excuse me.
David! David.
David, this is McG.
- Brother, I am such a fan.
- Thank you so much.
David's doing a project with Jennifer Lawrence.
- Oh.
- Actually, we had a conflict.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
I'm gonna iron that out.
McG here made a whole bunch of those "Charlie's Angels" movies.
How awesome is that? He's working on is it four? Number four? Well, you ever do get busted God forbid I recommend King Bush Prison.
Amenities, great people.
- I can't say enough about it.
- Okay.
So, what have you been doing? I was a bouncer in San Pedro.
- Why didn't you go with Amara? - Man, she barely made it out.
And Guatemalan jungle, that's not my thing.
[JAZZ MUSIC PLAYS] You gonna use that ticket? Well, I gotta level with you.
It's a nice gesture, but, uh Amara's had a lot of other boyfriends, right? And those relationships did not end very well.
Well, she didn't marry them.
You got way more of a connection than those guys.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
Thanks for the drink.
Hey.
I got a frozen Shepard's Pie, if you're hungry.
Hmm? About to heat it up.
No, thanks.
- You take care.
- Okay.
[DOOR OPENS, CLOSES] [CAR ENGINE STARTS] And, of course, I can't take all the credit.
Um, we all know the massive amount of people who lend their efforts to projects of this magnitude, beginning with our amazing director, Cath Nardini [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] our stellar cast This guy is the embodiment of evil.
- He is a douche.
- Stop humble bragging, - you arrogant fuck.
- [CELLPHONE VIBRATING] the story is very complex.
It's very deep.
- Hey, buddy.
- I saw you called.
- You at the premiere? - I am.
- Hold on.
- What's that in the background? Uh, you know, just people making speeches.
How lovely.
Can we just stop and appreciate something? You weren't happy when "The Admiral's Mistress" came out because maybe it wasn't the greatest movie.
But everybody I mean everybody Who has seen "Wylderness" says that it is the shit! And, yeah, maybe your name's not on it, and And that's crazy, but at least now you know that you can do this.
You got a gift, brother.
Is anyone there talking about me? No, they're too busy listening to that bald, grandstanding asshole.
Let Laurence take his bow.
He's earned it.
How's that? Man makes his own movies, he doesn't compromise, and he's fucking ruthless.
I find that shit inspiring.
I've been telling myself what we do and what they do in Hollywood is basically the same thing, only it's not.
'Cause a man like Laurence, he has no conscience, no honor.
Maybe that's what's been holding me back.
When I get out, anyone who gets in my way deserves what's fuckin' coming to them.
Right.
Okay, well, I can see that you're in a pretty dark place, so, I'm not gonna blame you.
But you want to hear something? Here.
I want you to listen to this.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] That's for you, man.
For a movie that you made! [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE CONTINUES] Yeah.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] [ELECTRICITY HUMMING] It could use some furniture and some paint.
That chair's cute.
Oh, thanks.
Yeah.
Well, you have to start somewhere.
Well, Gladys worked for Rick, and that place was a dump.
Do you remember that bathroom door - [BANGING ON WINDOW] - Hey, Jim! Jim! Stay right there! I'll be right back.
I have no idea.
So, how are you guys doing? Oh, well, we're talking real estate, too.
Looking at houses.
It's all so pricey.
- I know.
- So when would I start? As soon as you can.
Right now, it's just me.
I know this is a day job, and you're a singer, and it's a new company, so it could be a total disaster, but I would give you more responsibility than you had with Rick, and I pay better You don't have to sell me on it.
I'm excited.
Really? Hey, Jim.
It's Louis.
And this is Wyatt.
I'm David Oumou's manager.
We met at the premiere.
Right, right.
Now, I know that David is under contract with you guys.
Oh, we're looking forward to working with him.
Yeah, he can't do it.
He got a film with Jennifer Lawrence.
There's no way he can pass that up.
- What was your name? - Louis.
'Cause we went over it with David's agents.
- This contract is fin - Here's the thing, Jim.
I'm not like David's other reps.
This will get ugly really quick.
So just find someone else for the role.
There's not that many lines.
Right? Right? He agrees.
- [BABY COOS] - Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Will you be having dinner tonight? Yes, uh I'll have a glass of Cabernet and the lamb.
Sorry, lamb is the northbound flight.
- We have filet mignon.
- Ah, even better.
Try the lamb on the way back.
I don't know when I'll be coming back.
Oh.
Do you live in Guatemala? No, I've never been.
But you're not coming back? Well, I hope to come back.
I'll get your wine.
What? This is Laurence Budd.
Was my security system armed last night? Because I was home, asleep, and somebody broke into my bathroom! My bathroom.
That's right.
Well, they moved things around and they they left something.
Oh, I don't know.
It's Uh, it's It's It's - Aah! - [GLASS SHATTERS] Aah! Aah! Aah! Daly, get down.
- Everything all right? - Get out here.
Cuff up.
There a problem? You tell me.
That's not mine.
I've never seen it before.
[DOOR BUZZES] [KEYS JINGLE] Next time, maybe you think twice.
Surprise! [LAUGHTER] Your face! You look like What the fuck's going on? They're here to see your movie.
Shit.
How did you April got a copy to our boy from the outside.
Here you go.
- What is this? - It's pruno.
Makes it in his toilet, but it gets you high as shit.
Yeah, I don't doubt it.
- Salud.
- Salud.
All right, let's start the movie! Gotta be done before lights out.
Check that.
Is that a tattoo or a fuckin' lesion? - It's "Capotillo.
" - Uh-huh.
I'll get it touched up when I get out.
I'm running with them now.
On the outside, I'm gonna be a junior lieutenant.
- Can I say, you've earned it.
- Thank you, man.
- Whoo! - Sneaky motherfuckers.
Fuckin' talking to you and you said nothing.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] Thank you for this.
Guys are excited.
They helped make it happen.
So, when's our next trucking contract? We'll find some business, if that's what you want.
A fuckload more.
Hey, if you got any ideas, I'm listening.
Oh, I have ideas.
All right, movie's up.
Hit the lights.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [CONTROL MACHETE'S "SÍ SEÑOR" PLAYS] [MAN RAPPING IN SPANISH] [DOG BARKING]