Good Girls (2018) s02e05 Episode Script

Everything Must Go

1 Previously on "Good Girls" - [tires squeal.]
- [grunts.]
It was an accident.
He ran behind the car.
Well, then I moved the body.
What are we supposed to do with this? - We get rid of it.
- What do you want? Is there any way you could take her for the night? So you can bone some other pregnant lady's husband? - Yeah, she knows.
- Yeah, I'm aware.
Thank you.
So I think it's pretty much game over.
Do you think I could make it in LA? We'll put the vroom, vroom, vroom, back in your Here's what's going to happen.
You're going to quit your job and my husband.
This is 5 grand.
Enough for a plane ticket and a little to get you started in LA.
I have a few ideas.
If we start catering more towards women, I think we could really increase our sales.
We both have our own, you know, superpower.
Why would you want to wreck that? [sultry rock music.]
- You didn't tell him yet? - Tell me what? We're partners now.
We threw a man away.
ALL: One two three! Tell me again.
It's kind of late.
Tell me again.
Which part? Where you chopped the dude up.
And you stuck him in the freezer.
- She did that.
- Where'd you dump the body? Downtown.
Where? Hill and Snelling.
There's a lot of homeless around there.
No one saw us.
That you know.
[sighs.]
Tell me again.
[mellow music.]
You throw away his shoes? - Yes.
- Are you sure? We threw out everything.
- Okay, whose car did you take? - Beth's.
Did you cover the license plate? - Yes.
- Okay.
Okay, what about people with their dogs? It was pretty late.
You don't think dogs like to whiz late at night? No one saw us, Stan.
That's what everybody says, and they all get caught.
Tell me again.
Looking for love Looking for love I'm still Still looking Looking for love Looking for love I'm still Still looking Why'd you tell me? You said no more lies.
I'm an idiot.
Kids will be up soon.
You want breakfast or Where are you going? Get ahead of it.
[vibrator buzzing.]
[ceramic shattering echoes.]
[vibrating continues.]
[knocking.]
- Beth? - [door creaks.]
Hey.
Morning.
Kids want French toast.
Okay? What's the egg-to-milk ratio? I usually just eyeball it.
Hmm.
I'll be right out.
Thanks.
Morning, handsome.
[groans.]
- [laughs.]
- Go away.
Hey, you are gonna miss these moments when you go to college.
That's why I'm going to college.
Will you take me with you? Please? Or I could just get an alarm clock.
Yeah, but alarm clocks don't have morning breath.
- This is child abuse.
- [laughs.]
All right.
It's time to get up.
Do I have to go to Dad's this weekend? Is she being cray? Yeah.
Well, you know her hormones are probably, like, out of control.
He cheated on her.
What? With who? I think a friend of theirs.
Wow.
No way.
Why would he do that? Well You know marriage is really hard.
Or he's just a dick.
Well Whoever he banged is an even bigger dick.
Okay, you know it's probably really, really, complicated.
Or they're both just king-sized bags of dicks.
Okay, time to brush your teeth.
Go on.
Get out.
Thank you.
[cell phone chiming.]
What? Stan said there's a witness.
- What does that even mean? - It means someone saw us.
- Like a camera? - There were no cameras.
- We checked.
- Like a person? No, a damn robot.
I don't know.
What did he say, exactly? He was asking around at work, and that is what he heard.
Oh, my God.
Well, I mean, a witness could mean anything.
Someone saw someone do something.
- Exactly.
- We just threw out a bag of trash.
That's literally all it was from, like, a purely visual standpoint.
There's only three bitches in the world - who know what we did.
- Yeah.
- And they're right here.
- Correct.
Four.
Four bitches.
This isn't gonna work.
I mean, we can't we can't stay here.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Were you expecting the Four Seasons? I mean, there's no crib, there's no tub.
The boys have school.
I don't think you're in any position to make demands right now.
Mommy! They have Nick Jr.
! Oh, that's that's that's good.
Let's go over there right now.
Yeah, and rough her up.
Like, verbally.
Not if she's talking to the cops.
What is this shady trick's game? She's just as guilty as we are.
Uh, yeah, except guiltier.
She did it! So how'd they do it? [recorder beeps.]
I mean, you know, I already told you, so Tell the world.
Can we have some chips? Yeah, just not too many, okay? This place is way too small.
You ever been in a jail cell? - No.
- Real tight.
All right, so like I told you, um they ran him O-V-E-R.
You know, a bunch of times.
And then they, um They C-H-O-P-P-E-D up his B-O-D-Y into tiny little pieces.
With an M-A-S-H mm M-A-S-H-I M ma A mashi? What the hell is that? No, um, no, you know, like a, um, like a giant like a giant K-N-I-F-E.
An A-X-E? No, I know how to spell A-X-E.
Like a big like a big, you know, like a big, um S-W-O-R-D.
Like [vocalizes.]
- A cleaver? - No.
No.
Oh, um, you know, they had them in R-A-W-A-N-D-A.
You know? Oh, with that terrible uprising.
- Rwanda? - Yes, but can you - Machete! - Shh! [whispers.]
Machete? - Yes.
- Jesus.
Yes.
I know.
[upbeat children's music playing.]
Can you just, like, go arrest them now or Mm-mm, I need to find the B-O-D-Y first.
Oh, yeah.
How's that going? We're getting there.
Yeah, that's good.
We need you to make it go away.
Without, you know, making her go away.
Unless push comes to shove.
[indistinct chatter.]
Yes, I know.
She's a mother.
Yes, I know she has four kids.
But we have, like, seven between us.
What did I say about your rotten egg? So what do you want, a medal? Yeah, maybe I do.
Can you somehow shut it down? I can try.
Just to be crystal clear, we need the situation that we're in to go away, not the rotten egg who caused the situation.
Yeah, I'm gonna need 200 G's.
Fresh.
What? Shutting things down ain't cheap.
On top of what we're already washing for you? Jesus.
How much to just smoke her? We don't have time to sell that many cars.
It is what it is.
You need time to think it over? Maybe a quick bathroom break? [rock music playing over stereo.]
No? No.
We're good.
Really? Are we? [chuckling.]
Hey.
Have you seen this Fluff Challenge? The dog thinks the owner actually disappears.
It's hilarious.
How many cars would we have to sell to make 200 grand? Ball park? Uh [chuckles.]
Like, you know, 20 or 30.
It just kind of depends on the model.
How about the Vettes? Ooh, that takes the right kind of customer.
Well, it needs to happen quick.
Well that's that's not really how it works.
Plus we don't have that kind of inventory right now.
How do we get that kind of inventory? Oh, man.
That guy.
What a what a punk.
I mean, he's already got 60% of the business.
It's not for him.
I am not gonna be his little bitch.
If he wanted an ATM, he should have knocked over a 7/11.
- I'm trying to run a business here.
- It's for me.
I need it.
Why? Can you get the cars? Yes.
- Thank you.
- Maybe.
Is there a problem? No, there's no problem, per se.
It's just it's just more of, uh, you know a thing.
Oh, what a feelin', We're wheelin' and dealin' at the Eastern Michigan Auto Auction! Wholesalers, retailers, come on down.
We've got over 250 pre-owned vehicles with prices starting at just $800.
I'll be waiting for your call.
Can you feel the deals? [cheesy new wave music.]
I mean I know.
Wow.
I know.
I thought she moved to LA.
I bought her the ticket.
Looks like she did for a hot minute.
Let's see, she was Dead Girl on Pier on "NCIS Los Angeles.
" I'm sorry, is she acting like she works at the car auction or does she actually work there? Oh, she's like the gatekeeper.
And she's got Dean on a permanent waiting list.
She's blackballing him? Yeah, I mean, can you blame her? Ooh, also Mutilated Corpse in Woods on "Criminal Minds.
" And Well, that's it.
So, we go down there, we kiss her bony ass and tell her the cars are for us and not Dean.
And by "we," we mean not you.
Yeah, you don't go anywhere near her bony ass.
No, no.
We will take care of it.
You guys, I'm fine.
It was a long time ago.
People make mistakes.
I told myself, "Amber, you give it six months," and if acting is not in the cards, then go home.
I really wanted to be realistic about my prospects, you know? I'm not saying I needed to be Anne Hathaway famous, but I definitely should have been John Krasinski's wife level.
Emily Blunt? I don't know what that means.
What about the 5 grand I gave you? Acting classes are so expensive.
Got any left? Sorry.
I bet it goes fast out there.
And I didn't want to take a day job, you know? Like, I moved out there to act.
Not wait tables, so Mrs.
Boland I seriously can't believe you're here.
I'm here.
I really owe you one.
How about 20? As in motor vehicles.
- Yeah.
- What do you say? - For him, right? - For me.
And we can pay cash.
- Look at that.
- Mm-hmm.
Cash money.
I don't care about the money.
Look.
What he did to both of us is completely terrible and I can't excuse what he did.
Did you forgive him? You know what? I think I did.
Well.
You're a better person than me.
I don't know, I just I don't think I could just forget all those times And when you say all those times, Amber Nuh-uh.
Do you mean all those times with one woman or One time with all those women? Or all those times with all those women.
[whispering.]
There's no good answer here.
[scoffs.]
I'm so confused.
How many women did my husband cheat on me with? Um Lifetime or per year? It's not the damn census.
Oy vey.
[pounding.]
Well, the good news is, we got the cars.
Yay.
I mean, if you if you know someone is already a cheater Does it make it that much worse? I don't know, I'm just asking.
And it's not a love affair, right? I mean, it's like a a preexisting condition.
And is two worse than one? And is three worse than two? Again, I have no clue.
I'm here for you.
You don't have to answer.
It was just a warm body.
Anyone but me.
That makes it way worse.
- Okay.
- Now we know.
[phone buzzing.]
[whispering.]
Stan.
Hey.
Hey.
Yeah, uh I'm not gonna make it to dinner.
They tracked his phone.
That's a good thing, right? Yeah, it took us took us to the lake just like you said.
Then forensics backtracked us to the Dumpster and that came up empty too.
Good, that's good.
[mouthing words.]
What's up with the dogs? [dogs barking.]
We were so close.
I mean, we were almost out of there, but then they picked up a scent.
[mouthing words.]
[melancholy vocal music.]
Where are you, Stan? And once they do that, they don't stop, you know? They don't stop until they find a body.
[Broadcast's "You and Me in Time".]
You and me In time You and me In time The river flows down The flower grows up The snow makes no sound on the mountaintop You and me in time Hey! You did it.
How many? You tell me, Dean.
Including Amber? Why not? Four.
Wow.
I love you.
Wow.
I was pregnant.
I mean, I must have been.
With one of them.
I think.
I don't remember.
Which one? - Why does it matter? - Because it matters.
[sighs.]
Patty.
The flat-chested one with no ass? - Yes.
- She looks like a little boy.
- I don't know how to respond to that.
- Does that turn you on? No.
- Did you bring one home? - What do you mean? - Did you do it here? - Of course not.
- Why not? - I don't know.
It's disrespectful.
How was the sex? - What is the point - Was it good? - What does it matter? - Was it better? I don't know.
It was It was different.
Hmm.
Hot.
Things weren't good between us.
- Apparently not.
- Since Jane, it was like you - Don't even.
- You did not want me around.
You're gonna turn this around on me? No, I'm trying to explain it.
- It's called depression.
- I know that.
It's hormonal, you dick.
We hadn't had sex in two years.
- That's not true! - It is true! It is.
What did you expect would happen? I'm gonna go feed the kids.
[door closes.]
You going in early again? Mm-hmm.
First light.
How do we play this? They're bringing in officers from the eighth and ninth to pitch in.
Jesus, Stan.
What are we gonna do? [sighs.]
Put on "Below Deck Med.
" - What? - Yeah, I'm behind.
You want to watch TV right now? Yeah, I want to see if our boy Conrad is still with Hannah.
You know, last time, they were running a little hot and cold, so [sighs.]
- This isn't a grocery store.
- I know.
- Or a bunch of fake cash.
- I know.
There is a body, and they're going to find it.
I-I-I know! I-I know.
I know.
I just can't.
Not not tonight.
I just can't.
Okay? I cannot.
Well You're not gonna believe what Hannah did to our boy.
Yeah? I don't play favorites.
What I do reward is initiative.
Morning.
In light of your excellent work habits Yes.
Excuse me.
Excuse me? Ma'am? You can't do that in here.
Oh, man.
I was hoping you would rob the place.
Guess I wasn't in the mood.
[laughs.]
I used to put vodka in those in college.
Can I help you with something? - Yeah, uh, do you bowl? - What? Bowl.
You know, the sport with the funny shoes.
- No.
- Hmm.
Zumba? Maybe you garden.
I like to stay out of the sun.
Ah.
Well, there's something there for everyone.
- Where? - Crystal Falls Correctional.
You won't even know you're in prison.
It's like an all-inclusive cruise.
If you came here to freak me out, I've already had a night.
No, I came here to offer you a deal.
I got a hundred guys looking for a body with your name on it.
I have no idea what you're talking about.
Mm.
My source says you do.
Are you charging me with something? - Not tonight.
- Then I'd like to go home.
When they find the body, though, the bougie prison will be taken off the table.
It'll be Ionia Max, which is way less fun.
I don't know who your source is, but they have no idea what they're talking about.
No? Lot of crazy out there.
Yeah, right? [melancholy music.]
[clears throat.]
Where we at? Well, I did a deep dive last night.
Not prepared to label it, but I ordered a bunch of stuff about sex addiction to my Kindle.
I'm talking about the cars, Dean.
Oh.
How many were sold? With Rick's Lincoln and Linda unloading the Hyundai last night, we're at we're at two.
We have to sell the rest today.
I can't move 20 cars in a day.
- We have to.
- We both can't steer the ship.
You don't understand the business.
I mean, I know you think you do, but it's They're gonna find a body.
Did you kill someone? Not really.
Jesus, Beth.
But they're gonna pin it on me.
I don't have any more time, Dean.
I would literally have to give them away.
Okay, let's do that.
[upbeat music.]
This is a $50,000 car.
One Two I'm a I'm a I'm a I'm a big girl Don't need no help I'm a I'm a big girl Don't need no help I'm a big girl, I don't need your help Don't get me wrong, I can do it myself My back never broke, my feet never dragged So I'm guessing I could make a run without you I'm a big girl, I'm a big girl I'm a big girl, I'm a big girl I'm a big girl, I'm a big girl I'm a big girl, I'm a big girl One, two - I'm a big girl - One, two Don't need no help - One, two - I'm a big girl Don't need no help I'm a big girl, don't need no help I'm a big girl, don't need no help I'm a big girl I'm a big girl, I'm a big girl - What? - What's up with your hair? - Nothing.
- It looks different.
Yeah, it's like, fluffy.
Bouncy, even.
It's called shampoo, guys.
I washed it.
[whistles.]
Okay.
Shampoo.
Yo.
What are you gonna do? Uh, take care of it.
Buy off a cop or a judge or something? Yeah, you don't really have to sweat the details.
Well, how will we know if it worked? If you don't get arrested, it probably worked.
It's not really a plan.
[indistinct chatter.]
You trust me? God, no.
That's good.
What? Oh my God.
What? Oh, I think you know.
- I don't need this from you right now.
- Oh-ho! I think you do.
- Hey, so just riddle me this one.
- You don't get to judge.
Picture if it was me, 'cause you'd be so far up my ass about the responsible choice and keeping it in my pants and all that bull.
Dean slept with half of Detroit.
Dude, I'm not saying that you don't deserve to get some because you obviously do, but, like, this isn't just some guy.
Why would you drop that steamy of a deuce, like, right where you eat? What has gotten into you two? Oh, I'll tell you what's gotten into her.
- Oh, come on, shut up.
- Gang friend.
Don't look at me like that.
You know what? - It actually makes perfect sense.
- I'm sorry? What? It's why he gave you the money.
That was before.
Yeah, and you've been, like, big-timing us for weeks.
- Come on.
- You're on a total power trip.
- I am not! - Yeah.
You think you're like the big boss now 'cause your vagina got woke.
I mean [whispering.]
How was it? You know what, Beth? You're actually a total liar.
- And you're a truth teller? - Was it good? What's that supposed to mean? It means you're screwing a guy with a pregnant wife.
- I ended that.
- When? Yesterday? You know what? Bone whoever you want.
But I'm telling you right now, this is gonna end bad.
For all of us.
[synth pop music.]
[horn honks.]
- Chill, dawg! - I gotta go.
Yeah, oh, hey.
Um, I made you these, like, really weird sandwich kabob thingies that I saw on Pinterest, so - You were on Pinterest? - Correct.
It's kind of my jam now.
Weird, but thanks.
[horn honking.]
- Cool it! - I'm gonna be late.
Okay, uh, uh, well, don't don't forget, um, you have debate after school.
- I know.
- Uh And, oh, I thought maybe later, we could binge that documentary about the guy who pushed his wife down the stairs.
[laughs.]
Can I have my bag? What's going on? Well I am the dick who slept with your dad.
What? I couldn't lie to you, like, for one more second, you know? So Look, I know this is it's really messed up.
And it's really crazy, and I I wish I could explain it to you better, you know, but it's just so so complicated.
And believe me, I am not proud, at all, you know? I totally admit that I am the I am the king-size one.
Of the dicks from earlier.
[horn honking.]
Honey, please say something.
I have to go to school.
Something else? I want to stay with Nancy tonight.
Okay.
[horn honking.]
Oh, suck it! Suck it! [mellow music.]
Just got rid of half my sales force.
There's nothing to sell, anyway.
Burnt the whole thing to the ground.
We did.
Is everything okay now? I think so.
Well, then, I would do it all over again.
So now what? We start over.
I've been working on your calendar.
Emma has ballet Tuesday.
Thursday is swim.
Cub Scouts is on Monday.
It's all here.
Oh, and Friday is early dismissal.
You have to be there exactly at noon.
If you're even, like, ten minutes late they charge you for aftercare.
Mm.
Okay.
So wait.
So you need me to do all of that? I do.
Where are you gonna be? Here, at work.
We can't both steer the ship.
- What's your favorite donut? - A free one.
Rotary club forgot their glazed.
Is that "Nemo" again? I cannot watch that movie one more time.
And when they get scared at the same part, that's all you, okay? I'm so sick of that damn fish.
There's no body.
What? We searched every inch of that dump.
That's impossible.
It's over.
They called it.
We threw that boy away, Stan.
Well Then we got somebody looking after us.
Yeah, we do.
[thumping.]
[kids screaming.]
[man speaking indistinctly on TV.]
Call now before this deal expires.
You enjoying this? - Is this fun for you? - What're you talking about? Having a hundred guys sift through a bunch of garbage.
"They C-H-O-P-P'ed him up.
" - They did.
- With a machete, no less.
Where do you buy those from now, huh? Walmart? - I saw them, okay? - In your home, right? - Yeah.
- In your freezer.
Maybe you did it.
I just need to, like, shower and sleep for a hundred years.
I want you out.
No more staying ahead of it.
No more pen caps.
I want you to stay clean of it from now on.
- Ruby.
- There's no saving my soul.
I'm already going to hell.
Someone's gotta stay here and raise these kids.
Don't you get it, boo? You're done.
You hear me? Wherever you go, I go too.
It's the scary part! Damn sharks.
I'm not playing with you, okay? I don't know what you want from me.
- Give me something I can use.
- I told you everything I know! - Then why isn't there a body? - I don't know! Okay, maybe your guys missed it or or or maybe someone took it.
How do you think somebody even takes a body? - How does that even happen? - I don't know! Maybe Jesus came down.
Or the tooth fairy.
It's a landfill, all right? It's guarded 24/7.
You know what? Pack your kids up.
I'm booking you tonight.
One of them's married to a cop.
Check out this ride, baby.
The paint sparkles like your eyes.
[upbeat music.]
Ladies, are you tired of being hit on, lied to, or ignored every time you try and buy a car? Then come on down to the new and improved Boland motors, where we have on-site daycare while you shop.
Imported teas and coffees from around the world.
Free car seat installation.
But most important, our flexible hours will suit any woman's schedule, whether you're stuck at home or stuck in the boardroom.
We'll make time for you.
Our team of specialists can't wait to meet your family's needs.
So come visit us, and we'll put the vroom, vroom, vroom back in your engine.
Come on, now.
It matches your hair.
Hit the road, Jack.
Cut.
Let's take five, everyone.
I don't know what to do with my hands.
Mrs.
Boland, I think your business partner is here.
Thank you.
You can't tell people you're my business partner.
No? What do you want to call this, then? Let's just not label it, okay? Yeah, yeah, you're right.
It is kind of early, huh? So I got your trash bag for you.
- Where'd you dump it? - Nowhere.
Yeah, I figured I'd hold on to it for a bit.
Just to be safe.
One man's trash Who are you protecting? You or me? Let's just see how all this goes, yeah? Ready, Mrs.
Boland? "Ready, Mrs.
Boland?" You'll do great, just, um, picture everybody naked.
Oh! [upbeat music.]
Oh! Na, na, na, na Yeah, we do it like this [woman rapping.]
We coming through, yeah Getting it while we do it in style We be making that engine vroom Let me do it like that Do it, do it, yeah Let me do it, do it like that Do it, do it, uh-huh, let me do it Do it like that Let 'em talk, talk They know what you got You touch it, it turn to gold Yeah, keep your head up, you spreadin' that love Stay lettin' the whole world know Let me do it like that Whoo! Na, na, na, na, yeah, we do it like that Na, na, na, na, yeah, we do it like that