Grand Hotel (2019) s01e03 Episode Script

Curveball

1 Previously on "Grand Hotel" - Were you stealing? - No.
Sky Garibaldi is my sister.
I came here to find out what really happened to her.
CAROLINA: What's with you and that guy? I'm a manager, so Well, good thing I'm not.
I'm not looking for you to be a dad.
- I want to help.
- What happens when he finds out it's not his baby, or worse? - That it's mine.
- I'll make a trim to the budget, but I can't cut off my son.
His leg What happened to him.
It's my fault.
I'd like to make you vice president.
I'm pretty sure Dad just made Gigi your boss.
[GLASSES CLINK.]
[ENRIQUE IGLESIAS' "MOVE TO MIAMI" PLAYS.]
She gon' make you move to Miami She moving like a gypsy Her body got me tipsy I should take a step back, fall back This girl got me feelin' risky Whoo! - She gon' make you move to Miami - [BRAKES SQUEAL.]
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
SKY: Okay, I think that's it.
All right.
Last chance, little bro.
You sure you don't want to come with me? No, Sky.
I don't want you going, either.
Miami is really far.
You have no friends or family there.
That's why I love it.
No one knows who I am.
You think this old beater is gonna make it all the way to Florida? Bite your tongue.
She's got some life left in her.
Sky? Sky? Sky! Sky! [TIRES SCREECH.]
[TIRES SCREECH.]
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]
MAN: Where's the fire? - [TALKING INDISTINCTLY.]
- Sorry, ladies! - Ah! - Hey! Sorry.
[CROWD GASPS.]
- Is he all right? - Oh, my God.
- Hey, are you okay? - Ow, man! Come on, man.
[ELEVATOR BELL DINGS.]
Mmm.
- Hey.
- Mm, hey.
I'm heading to my dad's for breakfast.
Oh, I have a doctor's appointment today, so I need $600 for deductible and co-pay.
Deductible? It's what you pay before the insurance company I know that.
And a co-pay? I need $600, okay? Ingrid, I promise I'm gonna help with the baby.
But I can't get the money until I talk to my dad.
- You haven't told your dad yet? - No.
I'm waiting for the right time.
- When is the right time? - Not right now.
He's got a lot going on.
[FADING.]
Well, I need $600 today [INDISTINCT TALKING.]
- Morning.
- Morning.
Don't tell, but I smuggled this up from the kitchen for you.
A chocolate croissant? My hero.
Uh, y-you got a little something on Mm, right here? No, no, it's It's on the other - Did I get it? - No, it's uh - [CHUCKLES.]
- This is embarrassing.
[BOTH CHUCKLE.]
Danny, more coffee, please? Duty calls.
[DISH CLINKS.]
- [COFFEE POURS.]
- [GASPS.]
Oh, my God, you poor thing.
What happened to your hand? Oh, it's fine.
I, uh, took a spill when I was jogging this morning.
Well, she's not a doctor, but let her know if you need someone to kiss it and make it better.
What? SANTIAGO: Everyone, I have some fantastic news.
The Biscayne Hotel has toxic mold.
And that's fantastic news for Us! The New Jersey Bombers come to Miami every year for spring training, and they usually stay at the Biscayne Hotel.
- But now - They have to find a new place to stay.
- Yes.
- That would be, like, what, 60 rooms every spring? - Yep.
- That would be amazing if you could convince them.
"If"? Have a little faith, mija, huh? I'm driving up tomorrow to their training camp.
Hey, uh, Dad, do you mind if I join you? You want to come with me? - On a business trip? - Yeah.
You know, uh, Derek Muncie from He was on my high school team? So, he's the Bombers' center fielder now, and, I don't know, maybe I could have some sway with him.
Okay.
Yeah, but we leave tomorrow early, okay, so go easy on the partying.
[CAROLINA CHUCKLES.]
Hey, Alicia.
What are you doing today at 2:00? Why? Well, now that I am your supervisor Technically my supervisor.
[CHUCKLES.]
Well, I think you and I should have a daily meeting so you can tell me what's going on with the ElRey residency.
Well, I can just tell you now.
We are sold out for the next month, room occupancy is up 20%, and it's basically a huge success.
So, meeting adjourned? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Come here.
You are doing such a wonderful job, Alicia.
But I am the Vice President of Special Events.
And the ElRey concerts happen to be special events.
So meeting not adjourned, and I'll see you at 2:00.
Oh, my dream team, getting along, I hope.
- Of course.
- Actually, um, I 'Cause nothing will make me happier if you two work out your differences without me.
[SIGHS.]
Gigi, um, this project was my baby - from Day One, okay - [CELLPHONE VIBRATING.]
and everything is going great.
And the last thing I need is you micromanaging me.
Excuse me.
I have work to do.
[KNOCK ON DOOR.]
What's the emergency? Come here, mami.
Come here.
[DOOR CLOSES.]
Feel that.
- [TAPPING.]
- No, thanks.
It's stale.
And I know it wasn't like that when my angel of a mother baked it.
Okay, I don't know what to tell you, ElRey.
We're already shipping them overnight from Los Angeles.
Exactly.
I don't want a day-old pastelito.
Oh, you're right.
Maybe we should just buy them a first-class plane ticket so they can get here the same day.
That's crazy.
They're just pastries.
They can fly coach.
ElRey, I have given you everything you asked for.
A bigger dressing room, an assistant, a tank for your baby alligator.
But I have to draw the line somewhere.
- Like, right here.
- Okay.
You see, I thought you understood my creative process, but you know who does understand? Every other hotel on that strip that is begging me to go play with them and leave you guys in the dust.
Okay.
I have a discretionary budget for personal expenses.
I guess I could swing a few plane tickets.
- Yes! - But this is the last crazy request.
I mean it.
I'm putting my foot down.
Damn, I love it when you get bossy, girl.
- And we're done here.
- Mm! I know why you wouldn't let me fire Ingrid.
Javi Mendoza.
They're in some sort of relationship, right? MATEO: Helen, you know I can't discuss Mendoza family matters.
Of course, of course.
You're too discreet.
Just like I'm too discreet to say that boy needs to learn how to keep it in his pants.
Sir, can we help you? U-Um, yeah, I [SIGHS.]
I thought this was the business center.
Oh, no, you're way off.
I'm headed that way.
I'll show you.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
- Hey.
- Hey yourself.
Taking off for the day? Just about to.
Unless you need a hand with those? Uh, no, these are just VIP pastries flown cross-country and it's a long, stupid story.
Well, I love long, stupid stories.
Okay, well, the gist of it is that ElRey's driving me crazy, my stepmother is driving me crazier, and it's just been a long, rotten day.
Well, until now.
It's good to see you, too.
[ENGINE RUMBLING.]
I - I, uh - [TIRES SQUEAL.]
I'm so sorry.
I got to go.
Oh, okay.
Good talk.
"Good talk"? Shut up, Alicia.
[TIRES SCREECH.]
Um, Danny? Do you mind? [ENGINE REVS.]
DANNY: You have to admit, it's pretty suspicious.
My sister disappears, and now Ingrid's driving around in her car? I mean, I guess it makes sense.
Ingrid and Sky were roommates, so Wait, roommates? And you're just telling me this now? Ingrid didn't do anything to your sister.
She's a good person.
If you got to know her, you'd see that.
[QUIETLY.]
Okay, staff's going out for drinks tonight Let's join them and invite Ingrid.
Uh, she's not really a big drinker, - so - Thank you.
Dinner, too, then.
Come on.
You know you're dying for an excuse to spend time with her.
8:00.
Palm Tavern.
Count me in! I mean, I'll have to see if I can cancel my plans.
What plans? We were gonna watch "The Bachelor.
" Uh, that's sweet.
I-It's really more of a staff thing.
- Yeah.
- Yeah, lots of work talk, super boring.
[WATER SPLASHES.]
He is so obsessed with me.
[SINGING IN SPANISH.]
[RADIO TURNS OFF, MUSIC STOPS.]
Look, I know we don't get to do this a lot, b-but I think this is good, you know? It gives us a chance to to talk.
Absolutely.
- There's actually something I - Before we get there - Sorry.
- No, no, that, uh I don't want your lack of experience to get in the way of this deal.
So I'll take the lead.
Yeah.
[RADIO TURNS ON, SINGING IN SPANISH.]
[INDISTINCT TALKING.]
SANTIAGO: The way we see it, you have a world-class team.
You need a world-class hotel.
Yeah, one without mold.
Look, I appreciate you driving out to see us, but these spoiled brats get picky when it comes to their digs.
They're the ones you're gonna have to convince.
- Then that's what we'll do.
- Whoa! Mendoza? Is that you? Muncie! What's up, brother? - Hey, what's up, baby? - What's going on? Hey, yo, guys.
Yo, you should've seen this dude back in high school.
Only reason the scouts discovered me is they came to see Mendoza.
Aw, come on.
So, what happened? - Oh, I'm sorry, man.
I didn't know - No, no, no, don't be.
I got a pretty sweet life, so - Yeah? - Yeah.
Yeah, well, what'd you end up doing with yourself? Instead of ball.
Uh He works with me.
In our hotel.
This is just an absolutely beautiful place.
Javi, show them the pictures.
Okay, yeah, uh [BACKPACK UNZIPS.]
I don't know who he is.
He's tall, light-brown hair, beard.
Is anything missing from your office? That's not the point! - [ELEVATOR BELL DINGS.]
- It's the second time this week someone was in there without my permission.
I can fill out a report.
No.
I'll handle it myself.
Thanks.
Hey, hey, hey.
Alicia.
What happened yesterday? We were supposed to meet.
Oh, right.
Um, do we really have to have a daily meeting? Apparently we do.
Plane ticket from Los Angeles? You care to explain? Yes, that.
We are flying in pastelitos for ElRey.
Why? Miami has the best pastelitos in the world.
Not according to him.
These are made with his mami's love.
I-I can't.
Let's go to my office.
[DOOR OPENS.]
Come in.
Wait, you took my mom'old office? Yes.
Do you have a problem with that? Because you didn't have a problem with the last four people who took her office.
Now, can we please focus on ElRey? We budgeted his expenses at 10 grand a month, Alicia.
- He went through that in a week.
- I know.
I am trying not to lose our cash cow to another hotel, and if you run a cost/benefit analysis Which I did We're making way more than we're spending.
ElRey is like a child The more you give, the more he'll take.
One day, he'll bleed us dry.
He needs boundaries.
From now on, I'm gonna have to approve every expense before it's made, okay? - Gigi, that that is absurd.
- [TELEPHONE RINGS.]
Excuse me.
Gigi Mendoza.
Yeah, yeah.
I have it here.
[FADING.]
I didn't like it at all.
BEATRIZ: One two three! [GASPS.]
It looks just like yours, Mami! - That's right, Bunny! - [GIGGLES.]
Go sit down.
[CHUCKLES.]
[SIGHS.]
You know what I like most about my job? That I get to work with Papi.
And one day, I'm gonna work with you, too.
[CHUCKLES.]
You and I are gonna run this place together.
It's gonna be amazing.
GIGI: Alicia? Alicia.
Please close the door on your way out.
Yeah, I'm listening.
Yeah, yeah.
Send it over, then.
Oye, Ali, mami.
- I need a motorcycle.
- [SCOFFS.]
Let me explain.
It's a long walk to the stage, and I need to save my energy before the show, baby.
I'll have to run it by Gigi.
But since when do you care what your mother thinks? You know what? I'll get you a motorcycle.
- And she's not my mother.
- [ELEVATOR BELL DINGS.]
We have an excellent gym, and we can grant you private access - from 6:00 to 8:00 every morning.
- MAN: Yeah, let's do this.
[INDISTINCT TALKING.]
Excuse me.
- Javi, son.
- Huh? - What are you doing? - What? I just bet Muncie I could hit off their star pitcher.
Loser buys drinks at our bar.
You've got nothing to prove to these guys.
Dad, it's just batting practice, okay? Besides I'm about to show these boys how it's done.
DEREK: Okay.
- Show him the heat! - MAN: Back up, back up! MAN: All right, coach.
Looks good.
- Whoo! - Uh Again.
[GROANS.]
[INDISTINCT TALKING.]
- Javi.
- Uh, just [BAT CRACKS.]
- Oh! - Oh, baby! - Hoo, hoo! - [BAT CLATTERS.]
Look at that! MAN: Come on, Javi! Hit it out of here! [CROWD CHEERS.]
[TENSE MUSIC PLAYS.]
JAVI: Whoo-hoo-hoo! Hoo! You see that? I told you I'd crush it! Yeah, you did.
[CHUCKLES.]
Right, um, let's just go back to the hotel, all right, and close these guys.
Let's do it.
Great, Mrs.
Ross.
We'll have a table ready for you - tonight at 6:00 P.
M.
- Thank you.
Okay, we'll see you then.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
Do you know who that man is? Mr.
O'Connell? Yeah, he checked in yesterday.
He's a repeat guest.
When was the last time he was here? Um, looks like oh, the night of the hurricane.
I'm surprised he came back.
We didn't have AC for a week.
Maybe we should send him a basket of mini-muffins? "Great work, Nelson.
Thanks for everything you do, Nelson.
" The ballroom can hold up to 400 people.
Absolutely perfect for all of your needs.
[MOTORCYCLE ENGINE REVS, CROWD SHOUTING.]
- WOMAN: Watch out! - Excuse me, excuse me.
Hey, hey, hey! Hey, hey! Stop, stop, stop! - [ENGINE RUMBLING.]
- Are you crazy? You're gonna kill someone! Did you say something, mamita? I ca I can't hear you with this thing on.
[RAPPING IN SPANISH.]
Remember, this is not an interrogation, okay? So keep it friendly.
- Of course.
- You'll see Ingrid's a great girl.
[DISH THUDS.]
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
Ingrid, I really like your car.
You don't see those older models much anymore.
Um, yeah.
I just bought it.
I didn't know you were from Illinois.
- I'm not.
- Really? 'Cause your car has Illinois plates.
Um Yeah, no, my grandpa's from Illinois.
He gave me the car.
I thought you just bought it.
I did.
From my grandpa.
Why are you so interested in my car? Just kind of a car guy.
- Mm.
- Mm.
[QUIETLY.]
Yeah, she seems great.
He said he needed a motorcycle to get around.
How was I supposed to know that meant inside the hotel? You approved that motorcycle to spite me, Alicia.
You can't handle the fact that your father put me in charge.
Please, Gigi.
He only gave you that title to humor you.
Or maybe he did it to keep you in check, Alicia.
Because you think that two years of business school means you know everything.
I know that if we don't keep ElRey happy, - he'll walk.
- That's not the point.
You defied a direct order from your superior.
If you were any other employee, I'd suspend you right now.
Actually, you know what? I am gonna suspend you.
- What? - Maybe now you'll take me seriously.
I can't believe you're doing this.
No, you know what? Actually, it makes perfect sense because you just seem to love taking everything I care about - and ruining it.
- Don't be so dramatic, Alicia.
I'm just trying to save the hotel, same as you.
You know what, Gigi? I have eyes, so I get what my father sees in you, but, honestly, I have no idea what my mother ever did.
How were you two even friends? Because I kept her secrets.
What the hell is that supposed to mean? You have no idea what she put this family through.
You put your mom on a pedestal, but the truth is, you didn't know her at all.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
I want to make a formal HR complaint against an employee.
Gigi Mendoza.
On what grounds? Abuse of power, wrongful suspension, general bitchiness.
Honey, you gave a motorcycle to a moron.
I would've fired you on the spot.
[SIGHS.]
I know.
I know it was stupid.
I was just trying to get back at Gigi.
Hey, she said something about my mom.
- That she had "secrets"? - Honey, you know Gigi.
She was just trying to stir you up.
Don't let her get to you.
CAROLINA: Hey! What do you think? Too flashy for a first date? Not at all.
There's still part of your boob that you can't see.
- [CHUCKLES.]
- Well, I just hope Danny likes it.
Danny, the waiter Danny? Oh, that's right.
You know him.
He invited me to drinks.
Staff drinks.
A lot of people are going.
Addie, Vance from accounting, - Jason's bringing Ingrid - Oh, God.
So we're basically crashing their party.
Yoli, vámonos.
I should've eaten you in the womb.
Have fun making spreadsheets or whatever it is you do.
I actually was gonna make a spreadsheet.
You know, staff drinks does sound kind of fun.
And we are on the staff.
Wait, really? You want to hang with the employees? Why not? I can keep an eye on Jason.
And everybody else, of course.
You in? Oh, whoa! [CHUCKLES.]
Boys, come on.
You take away a man's sweet baby alligator, you take away his joy! We're just following our orders.
Whose orders? Mine.
[SCOFFS.]
Okay, I deal with Alicia, mami.
Well, not anymore.
From now on, if you need something, you come to me, and I'm gonna let you know if it's possible.
Pastelitos from Los Angeles? No longer possible.
Yeah.
Well, this could be fun.
You and me hanging out at a bar, bonding Has Danny noticed me yet? He can't stop staring at you.
Jason told me you lived with a girl who went missing? That had to be hard.
Super hard.
Okay, let's not make Ingrid relive - a difficult time, okay? - Difficult? I mean, she doesn't seem too beat up about it.
Excuse me, Sky and I were very close.
Or as close as anyone could get to her.
What does that mean? What is with you? Why are you giving me the third degree? Morbid curiosity, I guess.
Well, it's creepy, and I don't want to talk about it.
Don't let them take my plate.
What the hell, man? Danny! I got us beers.
Oh, that is so thoughtful.
Uh Oh, uh Oh, you're so nervous around me.
You know what? Let me run and clean up.
You spilled on Ingrid's purse on purpose.
So you could snoop.
Way to keep up.
I told you, Ingrid has nothing to hide.
Then why does she have my sister's credit card? [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
SANTIAGO: I promise you, this is the best deal you'll get in all of Miami Beach.
What do you say? We'll shake on it.
Look, the place is great.
Like I said, it's up to the team.
[LAUGHTER.]
Guys, guys, guys.
I'm not kidding, okay? Sports Illustrated shot their swimsuit issue right out there.
- Here? - Yeah.
And, you know, when the models were done, I hosted a little after-party in my room [LAUGHTER.]
- MAN: Of course you did.
- Well, at least until the cover girl kicked all the other models out.
[LAUGHTER.]
Hey, what'd I tell you guys, huh? - Legend.
- Okay, okay! - [GLASSES CLINK.]
- Ah, you'll see.
Hey, hey.
You'll see.
Stuff like that always happens at the Riviera Grand.
[INDISTINCT TALKING.]
What are you doing with my stuff? Sorry, we spilled on your purse.
Why do you have this? [SIGHS.]
Okay, look, I know it looks bad, but I only use it for emergencies.
And full disclosure That car you saw me driving? It's Sky's.
But I only use it when I'm running late for work.
Sounds like a girl went missing and you reaped the benefits.
Screw you.
Sky could be tough, but we were friends.
We always looked out for each other.
I even covered for her when she couldn't pay her share of the rent.
Then why are you using her stuff? We always used to share things.
And maybe I'm holding on to the idea that she could come back.
Sorry we jumped to conclusions.
It's fine.
I should probably move on anyway.
Find a new roommate, get rid of her stuff.
Except for this top.
It's expensive.
So, I'm gonna get us another round.
Yeah.
I told you Ingrid was a good person.
- Mostly.
- Yeah, she's a gem.
She did keep all of Sky's stuff in her apartment, - which is amazing.
- Why? Because I'm going there right now to look through it while you stay here and keep Ingrid occupied.
No, no, you're not breaking into her apartment.
You heard her.
She's getting rid of my sister's things.
I found that key in Sky's locker.
I need to see if it opens anything.
Don't push me, okay? I don't have to keep your secret.
Okay.
Now, I am gonna enjoy Ingrid's company.
[CHUCKLES.]
You sure about that? [EXHALES SHARPLY.]
I am gonna die alone.
What are you doing here? What, I'm not allowed to hang with my staff? [CHUCKLES.]
Yeah, they're terrified of you, so good luck with that.
I got to get back to Ingrid.
What's your rush? Oh, have you met Addie, from reception? Oh, God, what did I do? What don't you do? You are amazing.
Did you know that Addie was working full time and putting herself through grad school? I did.
It's where she met her boyfriend.
You can go.
[EXHALES SHARPLY.]
Can I buy you a drink? Sorry, I'm actually on my way out.
Oh, come on.
You're always running off somewhere.
Where do you have to be? - [CHUCKLES.]
- One drink.
One drink.
- You're staying.
- [SIGHS.]
One drink.
Okay.
I'm done playing games.
Good.
But let's not do this here.
[KEYPAD BEEPS, DOOR UNLOCKS.]
[DOOR CLOSES.]
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Why so rough? You think you're in control here, but you're not.
Okay, man.
Whatever you want.
What's wrong? I-I think there's been a misunderstanding.
[CHUCKLES.]
What are you talking about? We've been cruising each other all week.
But what were you doing in my office? Uh, looking for you.
When I stayed here during the hurricane, you gave me your card, asked if I was getting "excellent service.
" You ask all your guests that? Yes, that's That's my job.
Apologies for the confusion.
[DOOR OPENS.]
- [SIGHS.]
- [DOOR CLOSES.]
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]
[INDISTINCT TALKING.]
Okay, go home.
[FLATLY.]
But I'm having so much fun.
Besides, you're too drunk to drive yourself home.
Exactly.
If you're not here, Danny will have to drive me.
Good night! Unbelievable.
So, what does the staff manual say about an employee drinking in a seedy dive bar with his boss? I don't know.
I've never read it.
That's a lie.
I've read it twice.
It's strongly discouraged.
Oh.
However, I did just get suspended, which means that technically I'm not your boss tonight.
I can't believe I just said that.
I take it back.
Can't take it back.
You put it out there.
[LAUGHS.]
CAROLINA: More beers! [CHUCKLES.]
Isn't this funny? I'm serving the waiters.
It's like "Freaky Friday.
" [CHUCKLES NERVOUSLY.]
[CELLPHONE RINGING.]
Oh, I'm sorry.
I have to take this.
- [CELLPHONE WHOOSHES.]
- Hey.
- I quit.
- What? Why? Your step-mami disrespected me.
I'm taking my talents elsewhere.
No, no, no.
Don't go anywhere.
I'm gonna fix this.
Walking in here like this is her house! I'm so sorry.
I have to go.
- Work emergency.
- Bummer! Get home safe.
- DANNY: Rain check? - Definitely.
- You did a good job tonight, mijo.
- [CHUCKLES.]
Got these guys right where we want 'em.
I'm just glad I could help.
You did more than help.
You made this - He's so pathetic, dude.
- happen.
PLAYER: And what about that made-up story about the swimsuit models, man? I could barely keep from laughing.
I feel sorry for the guy.
I mean, he had this great future, and now he just gets wasted every night at his daddy's hotel.
A 4-year-old could've hit the softballs he was getting.
- Come on.
- Yo, at least we didn't make him hobble around the bases.
You know like Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad.
Dad, Dad, it's fine.
Don't make a scene.
I'm used to it.
I hear that stuff all the time.
- I'm used to it.
- No.
No, no, no.
No one should ever have to get used to this.
No one.
Get the hell out of my hotel.
Whoa, Santiago.
Guys didn't mean anything by it.
My son is more of a man than any of you will ever be.
Now get out.
Get out! JASON: [EXHALES DEEPLY.]
So, Dad is probably getting worried about you.
You're right.
I'll text him.
"At staff drinks.
" Be home late.
"Heart emoji.
" [SIGHS.]
I'm surprised Javi Mendoza isn't here.
That boy never turns down an excuse to drink.
Javi doesn't usually slum it with the hotel staff.
That's not what I heard.
[SIGHS.]
It's 10:00 already.
Ingrid, aren't you on that early shift tomorrow? Yeah, yeah, you're right.
I should get home.
Do you mind walking me? I'd love to.
Wait, you're closing up your tab already? Yeah, I'm gonna call it a night.
Great.
I need a ride home.
Yoli totally ditched me.
Can't you take an Uber? Nope, they banned me.
Funny story.
I'll tell you in the car.
Fine.
Let's go.
[CAROLINA CHUCKLES.]
ElRey quit, just like I said he would if you came down too hard on him! But you just had to do it your way, didn't you? You're absolutely right.
I am? I've been on the phone with the lawyers, and even if we sue for breach of contract and win, it's gonna be weeks before he can perform again.
[SIGHS.]
If we have to refund all those tickets It's bad.
Your father finally gave me the chance to help run this hotel.
I just wanted him to be proud of me, you know? Like he was of your mother.
I know.
She made it look easy.
I'm always wishing she were here.
We were supposed to be doing this together.
And instead, you got stuck with me.
Look, Gigi, maybe I have been a little bit unfair.
I'm sorry I let things get personal.
Me, too.
So, you think we can figure out this ElRey thing together? I'll get my laptop.
[SIGHS.]
- [GASPS.]
- Okay, okay! We need more drinks! That is the opposite of what you need.
- Oh! - [DOOR CLOSES.]
Let's see what's going on underneath that shirt! - Good night, Carolina.
- [SIGHS.]
Wh-Where are you going? - [SIGHS.]
- [DOOR CLOSES.]
[DOOR OPENS.]
- [SIGHS.]
- [DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE.]
Thanks for walking me home.
My neighborhood can be a little sketch.
Oh, it's no problem.
Hey I know your situation is complicated right now.
I just want you to know I'm here for you - if, you know, you need - [THUD.]
What was that? I think it came from Sky's room.
Should we call the police? No, just stay here.
I'll handle it.
[WHISPERING.]
Danny? Danny? Danny! Come on, dude.
This is not cool.
- [VASE SMASHES.]
- [GRUNTS.]
Hey, man, how'd it go last night? What the hell was that for? That's for knocking me out last night.
- What? - When I caught you breaking into Sky's room.
Wait, someone broke into Sky's room? Cut the act, Danny.
I'm not buying Hey, hey, hey.
It wasn't me.
I swear.
Carolina got drunk.
I had to drive her home.
No, go ask her if you don't believe me.
Wait, wait.
If that wasn't you in Sky's room, who was it? Are you here to woo me back? Yes, yes, we are.
[CHUCKLES.]
We realized that we're coming at this all wrong, so we're gonna try a more maternal approach, right? Yeah, we were talking about mothers and how important they are to us - and how much we miss them.
- [KNOCK ON DOOR.]
Oh.
Perfect timing.
Your mother's pastelitos are here.
- Mami? - Humberto! - You malcriado! - [DOOR CLOSES.]
Humberto? - How dare you disrespect these women?! - Mami Mami Huh, huh?! You signed a contract, and now you're going back on your word?! - I'm - No more crazy demands! - Promise me you'll behave! Promise? - I promise, Mami! I promise! No more chancleta, please! Mami, no more chancleta, please! [KNOCK ON DOOR.]
Hey, mijo.
JAVI: Hey.
You got time for some catch con tu padre? Yeah.
Yeah, let me just, uh, put on my shoes.
You know, uh, you were pretty badass kicking those guys out.
[CHUCKLES.]
I know what the deal meant to the hotel.
You mean more.
You were a great partner yesterday.
And a hell of a salesman.
[CHUCKLES.]
Yeah, I-I learned from the master.
I think it's good that you're stepping up and taking more responsibilities.
Yeah, um actually, I-I've been wanting to do more of that lately.
- Yeah.
- Mm-hmm.
'Cause, uh, just found out I'm gonna be a f-father.
Excuse me? I, uh, got a girl pregnant.
Who? I'd rather not say.
But I-I want to help her out financially.
You know, like you said, "step up.
" Dad? Danny is almost done fixing the window.
Nobody's getting in there now.
You know, you were really brave last night going after that guy.
No, that's, uh, no big deal.
It was to me.
[DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE.]
- All finished.
- Thank you.
Can I get you an appreciation beer? I had too many last night.
How about an appreciation soda? Any luck? No, but I found this.
"Sky, I can't stop thinking about you.
I've never felt this way before.
" It's a love letter.
Part of one.
Whoever broke in here must've dropped it on the way out.
So your sister was seeing someone.
Yeah.
He went to a lot of trouble to get this back.
[DOOR OPENS.]
[KNOCK ON DOOR.]
Mateo.
[DOOR CLOSES.]
I have some unfortunate news.
I need more money.
$200,000.
Y-Your people cannot keep changing the rules.
No, it's not them.
[DRAWER CLOSES.]
I tried to handle this on my own but I couldn't.
It's eye strain.
Get yourself some reading glasses.
Thanks for the tip.
I'm not used to spending so much time in front of a computer.
Alicia said you had a conversation about Beatriz.
Apparently you said her mother had a lot of secrets? I know.
We were fighting, and I got upset.
Don't worry.
I shut her down.
Thank you.
It's not gonna happen again.
Better not, because the last thing we need is Alicia starting to ask questions about her mother.
[KNOCK ON DOOR.]
GIGI: Beatriz? Mama, it's me.
Can I come in? [MUFFLED SOBBING.]
Beba, what's wrong? I can't tell you.
- You tell me everything.
- No, not this.
Gigi, I did something terrible.
Okay, whatever it is, there's no reason to be afraid, you know You don't understand, Gigi.
You don't understand.
When Santiago finds out, he's gonna kill me.
He's gonna kill me! He's gonna kill me! Beatriz, okay, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.
[SOBBING.]
Okay.
Shh.