Heartland (CA) s11e17 Episode Script

Doubt

1 Previously on "HEARTLAND" Well, I know how much you love this place.
I do.
That view is incredible.
Well it's yours.
What's he doing? Oh, he likes to record a lot of the runs, so he can study them later.
(GASPS) - (PHOENIX WHINNIES) - Ah! - It's a strain.
- How bad is it? It's hard to say, there's a lot of inflammation.
Thanks for helping out, but it's getting late, you don't have to stay.
(CLEARS THROAT AWKWARDLY) PEYTON: Yeah, um, I was just calling to make sure that you hadn't gone on the gossip site.
- No, I haven't.
- Good, so don't.
DANCERALYSA: yokel is totally out of her league.
ILEANA.
T: Georgie's the worst! She'd even hurt her horse to win! (AMY SIGHS) (HORSES PANT) What a beautiful piece of land.
I still can't believe it's actually ours.
You know, I can already picture it.
Big yard for Lyndy to play in.
A nice front porch where we can sit out in the morning, and drink our coffee.
Really sounds amazing.
Well, we'll have to do our research, obviously.
Figure a few things out.
But come on, we've gotta do something with this property.
(LAUGHS) Just look at it.
(TY LAUGHS) - It had to be Dylan.
- No way.
You said he records all of his competitors on his phone, right? Yeah, but there's no way he would do something like this.
Why? He's no different from all those other stuck-up rich kids.
If you're not part of their club, you're their enemy.
Well, if that's the case, then he really fooled me.
Yeah, well, he didn't fool me.
I had his number from the beginning, that guy's bad news.
(SIGHS) Okay, I need to get back to the barn.
I have to get ready for my shift.
(CROWS CAW) (HORSE SNORTS) LOU: (KNOCKS) Hey.
I've gotta go into Maggie's to do some paperwork.
- Do you wanna head in together? - Yeah, sure.
- I'll meet you downstairs.
- Okay.
(SIGHS HEAVILY) (SIGHS) (GEORGIE'S VOICE READING) Georgie is the worst jumper on the circuit.
That horse has no business being in the jumping ring, no wonder this happened.
Somebody should get on Georgie's back, and jump her into the ground.
(EXHALES HEAVILY) Guys! Guys, I have got news! I've got amazing news, this is huge.
Okay, so I'm at Maggie's, I'm having breakfast Amazing news, Mitch.
Just let the man talk.
I'm sitting beside this guy, he's having steak and eggs.
And he's goin' on about how great the steak is.
So I casually tell him that all the beef on the menu comes from Heartland Ranch.
So then he introduces himself to me, and this guy is none other than Fred Garland.
Fred Garland is that Garland Foods? Yeah.
You had breakfast with the owner of the biggest - grocery store chain in Calgary? - Yes, yes, I did.
This guy's all about selling local farm-fresh products, and he wants to do a partnership with Heartland Ranch.
He wants to meet tomorrow to talk about a deal.
I like it, selling directly to a big player like Garland? (DEEP INHALE) Yeah! Okay, I'll clear my schedule, I'll be at the meeting.
Uh uh, thanks Tim, but I've-I've got this one.
- No.
- I made first contact.
I should be the face of this deal.
No, you're not gonna go to that meeting without one of us goin' with you.
- Why? - All right let's not be too hasty, Mitch is one who met the man, they already have a relationship, a good start by the sounds of it, I say we let Mitch handle it.
Seriously? Equal partner, remember? Besides, don't you have enough on your plate these days? I feel great! I'm just saying you might have a little more to focus on.
Thank you.
Both of you.
I won't let you guys down.
(LOUD HUM OF PATRON CHATTER) - GIRL 1: We should go together.
- GIRL 2: She just texted me.
- Yeah, I heard about that.
- Like, together? ILEANA.
T: Georgie's the worst! She'd even hurt her horse to win.
(VOICE IN HEAD) That horse no business Being in the jumping ring, no wonder this happened.
That's what happens when you turn a cow pony into a jumper.
Somebody should get on Georgie's back, and jump her into the ground.
VOICE: She's totally out of her league.
- (BELL DINGS) - LOU: Georgie? Are you gonna get that order? Yeah, sorry.
(CLEARS THROAT) It's okay.
(CALMING EXHALE) (SIGHS) (SOUNDS ECHOING) DANCERALYSA: That yokel is totally out of her league.
(GEORGIE'S VOICE IN HEAD) Not even a horse like Phoenix deserves to be treated like that.
Georgie's the worst! Somebody should save that poor horse! That girl has zero talent.
(DISHES CLATTER, ECHOES) I am so sorry, I can't believe I just did that.
That's okay, it's okay, it happens to the best of us.
(SIGHS) LOU: Georgie? Georgie? Georgie, where are you going? S11E17 Doubt And at the break of day you sank into your dream You dreamer Oh oh oh oh You dreamer You dreamer (RUNNING FOOTSTEPS CRUNCH) (PANTING, SOBBING) (DOOR OPENS) Georgie, what is going on? - (SOBS) - Honey? Oh, honey! - (SOBS UNCONTROLLABLY) - What is it? You've gotta call somebody, get that thing taken down.
(CHUCKLE) Good luck with that.
Once something like this goes online, nothing you can do about it.
Like hell there isn't! Somebody runs this site, and I'm gonna find out who it is.
(SHAKY BREATH) You know the accident wasn't your fault, right? Those comments are just lies.
It doesn't matter.
Everyone thinks I did something wrong.
It's so humiliating.
Georgie, those are just jealous people hiding behind fake user names.
They're trying to break you down, but you can't let them get to you.
Okay sure, I'll just pretend like it never even happened.
I know it's not that simple, okay? But I promise you that once the Fall Finale rolls around, everyone will have forgotten all about this.
There is no way I'm entering the Fall Finale.
Not after everything that's happened.
Georgie It's not just the video.
I've lost out on so much practice time with Phoenix, and he still needs to heal.
I know you're disappointed, but I've made up my mind.
No, no, no.
Do not put me on hold again.
I want you to transfer me to a manager, please.
(PHONE CLICKS, DIAL TONE) He-he hung up on me! I told ya.
How's Georgie doing? (SIGHS) She's pretty upset.
She doesn't wanna enter the Fall Finale.
What?! But she's been working so hard.
I'm sure she'll change her mind when the dust settles on all this BS.
The dust is not gonna settle on this until that video gets taken down.
Yes, I believe we got disconnected earlier.
I want you to connect me with a manager.
Anyway, Ty wanted a map of the property.
- There it is.
- Oh, thanks, Grandpa.
For what? Oh, he wants to get some estimates in case we build a house on the property that Grandpa gave us.
Yeah, does he know how you feel? 'Cause last time we spoke, you didn't seem to want to go down that road.
Well, he was-he was really excited, so I didn't wanna rain on his parade.
Well, you best let him know sooner than later.
Yep, no kidding.
LOU: I need to speak to a manager now! Lou and Peter never knew where to live.
LOU: No, no, I am being very calm, you're the one who hung up on me! And look what happened to them.
LOU: Do you even have a manager? (HORSE WHINNIES) Hey, you ready for the big meeting tomorrow? Yeah, I think so.
Well, you gotta remember that a guy like Garland doesn't have a big grocery empire because he caves easily.
A guy like that can be ruthless.
Smell weakness from a mile away.
Is this your version of a pep talk? And you're welcome.
Don't mess it up.
Look, this is very simple, okay? You either take that video down, or you will be hearing from my lawyer.
(BEEPS PHONE OFF, SIGHS) - Is this a bad time? - Mitch.
No, no, it's fine, it's fine.
What's up? I I need to ask you a favour.
Okay, what is it? Well, I'm meeting with the CEO of Garland Foods tomorrow to figure out a price for Heartland's beef.
- Wow, impressive.
- Yeah, well I figure because you have some experience with negotiations, you might have some advice for me.
Yes, I-I'd love to help you out.
- Yeah? Great.
- Yeah.
Um, okay, well, there's a lot of ground to cover.
You might wanna sit down.
Uh, so basically there are five rules to follow if you wanna successfully negotiate a deal.
Rule number one: personalize.
You wanna start with a little small talk before you ease into the business at hand.
You should probably be writing this down.
Here you go.
Rule number two: Know your walk away price.
You wanna set your price, and never go below it.
Rule number three: make the first ask.
Don't wait for them to lowball you, you'll have to figure out the price on your own, but I suggest you start high, buyers equate higher prices with higher quality.
Rule number four: power position.
They need you more than you need them.
They want your product, you don't have to sell it, it sells itself.
TY: Well, why didn't you say anything? I'm sorry, I-I know I should've and we're definitely outgrowing this space, I get that.
But part of me thinks we should consider other options.
Okay, like what? Well I don't know.
Maybe we could move into the ranch house.
The ranch house? I know it's not ideal, but it would give us some time to save money, and think about our next move.
Grandpa grew up in that house, and so did my Mom, and so did Lou and I, and I guess maybe part of me wanted Lyndy to grow up there, too.
I-I get what you're saying, Amy, I do.
Um you've got a lot of family traditions that've happened in that house, and you want them to continue.
That makes sense.
I (SIGHS) I just think that I think that we need to start our own traditions.
You know, build our own house, and start fresh for us, don't you think? - Yeah - Yeah.
We don't need to decide on this right now, right? Of course not.
I'm gonna get Lyndy's bath runnin'.
(LOW HUM OF CHATTER) (DISHES CLINK) (DOOR OPENS, SLAMS) What are you doing here? What do you mean? I own half the place, I come and go.
Garland is gonna be here any minute! Wow, relax, I'm just here to have a coffee.
(EXHALES NERVOUSLY) Hey, Phoenix.
(APPROACHING CAR RUMBLES) How you doing, huh, bud? - (CAR DOOR SLAMS) - DYLAN: Hey.
(APPROACHING FOOTSTEPS THUD) I texted, I left you messages.
Why are you ghosting me? Was it you who posted the video? All right, - I took the video.
- Why would you But I didn't post it on that gossip site.
I know how bad this sounds, but it's the truth.
I swear.
WYATT: Hey.
- You okay? - Yeah.
What are you doing here? I just wanted to see how Georgie was doing.
Oh yeah? Not so good, thanks to you.
Yeah, I took the video, but I didn't post it! And I would never do anything like that.
That's such a load of crap dude, that's No, Wyatt! You don't actually believe him, do you? I can prove it.
All the videos on the gossip site have a time stamp indicating when it was posted.
The time stamp is 2:30 in the morning.
So what? So I couldn'tve posted it, because at 2:30 in the morning I was right here with Georgie.
What were you doing with my girlfriend at 2:30 in the morning? He was helping me with Phoenix after the accident.
All night? Since you guys are obviously so close, I'm gonna leave you alone.
- No, Wyatt, wait! - You know, it's funny.
I walked in here thinking that he was the third wheel, but it's me.
(EXHALES ANGRILY) Thanks for coming, Jack.
Well, there's nothing more I'd like to see than you and Amy building on this land, so if you think this little project of yours is gonna tip the scale in that direction, I'm more than happy to help.
Well, I just hope it works.
It's worth a shot.
Look at that nice swing you made.
- Oh, you like it? - I do.
Yeah.
(LOW HUM OF CHATTER) - No.
Thank you.
- Okay.
He's over an hour late.
I'm not surprised, common tactic.
It puts Garland in a position of power.
You know, I find it just a little interesting that you're still here.
After saying you just stopped in for a cup of coffee.
- Not in a rush.
- Of course.
(DOOR OPENS, SLAMS SHUT) - Hey.
- Sorry I'm late.
- That's no worries.
- I ran into some traffic - as I was leaving the city.
- It's all right.
It's good to see you, Fred.
Uh, why don't you take a seat? So I think I read somewhere that you're a fly fisherman.
Oh, now and then, but I can't say I'm very good at it.
Oh, you ever dropped a line in the Highwood? It's a great spot.
You know, once I caught a Tim Fleming.
I'm one of the partners in this cattle operation.
I don't think Fred came here to talk about fly fishing, I think he came here to talk about business.
So let's do business.
(LAUGHS) He I like your no-bull attitude, Tim.
But before we start talking numbers, I'd like to tell you both a bit about Garland Foods.
When my Dad started this company 30 years ago, we were a small, family-run grocery store.
Now I can't say we're very small anymore, but I like to think we're still like a family.
- (SMALL LAUGH) - Okay.
These are all the jars I could find in the loft.
- Thank you.
- Where is Lyndy? - Oh, she's playing with Katie.
- That's good.
Lou, I gotta ask, what's with the sudden urge to can? (SIGHS) No matter who I talk to, I can't get that stupid video taken down.
So my daughter is in turmoil, and I am powerless to help her.
But at least we'll have enough pickled carrots to last us through the apocalypse.
Yes, that is true.
Well, let me help, at least.
Thank you.
So Grandpa tells me Ty's talking about building a house.
We haven't totally decided on that yet.
You know, we're not really seeing eye to eye - at the moment.
- Hmm, been there, done that, got the scars to prove it.
Any advice? Amy, I once bought a house at an auction without talking to my husband first.
You don't want my advice.
Actually, I would love it.
Okay, well try and keep an open mind.
I mean maybe you guys aren't as far apart as you think.
You both want the same thing, right? A safe and happy home for Lyndy.
(LAUGHS WRYLY) Hey Wyatt, um, it's me again.
Please call me back.
(APPROACHING FOOTSTEPS THUD) I'm so sorry, Georgie.
I didn't know me being here the other night was a secret.
It wasn't, I just hadn't got around to telling Wyatt.
Why not? It's not like we did anything wrong.
(SIGHS) Then why did it feel so wrong? (SIGHS) You should go.
Okay.
But one last thing.
I've been thinking a lot lately about how that video ended up on the internet.
My phone is password protected, but my computer at home isn't.
So? The videos I take on my phone automatically sync to my computer.
Peyton saw me taking that video in the arena.
It wouldn'tve been hard for her to go into my room to post the video during the night I was here.
I don't understand, why she would do that? I wouldn't put anything past Peyton.
I just wish I had the proof.
You know, at Garland Foods, we live by the three "F's".
Friendly, fresh, and family.
Well, I can say that we at Heartland Ranch look forward to becoming part of Garland's family.
This is our price per pound.
Can I talk to you for a second? Would you excuse us just one moment.
(LAUGHS) Just just uh, a quick second.
What are you doing? What am I doing? What are you doing? I knew you were gonna ruin this whole thing for me.
Oh no, you're doing that all on your own.
Everybody knows you let the other guy make the first offer.
I set our prices high to show that we had a quality product.
Where did you get that lame-brain idea? Lou told me.
Lou's not in the cattle business, you shut your mouth, - you let me make the deal.
- Oh, why? - So you get all the credit? - No, I - This is what you want! - You wanna be the big man - all the time, that's it - That's not what I'm doing! - I'm not doing that! - FRED: Excuse me.
(CHUCKLES) I can see I've come on a bad day, so why don't we do this another time? No, we're-no, we're fine, this is-no, we're good.
Well, you and your son don't seem - like you're on the same page.
- I'm not his son.
- He's not my son.
- Oh, well, I'm sorry, I was under the impression that this was a family-run operation.
I mean, that's a big part of the reason I wanted to do business with you.
Well, he's not my biological son, but he is like a son to me.
And I am probably a father figure to him.
Right, Mitch? Yeah, he's a real role model.
Look, I tend to make my decisions based on what my gut tells me, and right now my gut's telling me that this just isn't going to be a good fit.
I'm sorry I've wasted your time.
Well, wait, hold on.
We-we (DOOR OPENS, SLAMS SHUT) So what would building a house on this spot mean to you? Well a lot of things, I guess.
I never really had a real home when I was growing up.
And I wanna give Lyndy that.
You know, it's funny.
If you would've said to me 50 years ago that today I'd still be living in the house I grew up in, - I'd have said you were crazy.
- Oh really? Yeah, a much younger version of myself figured I might live in Nashville.
Nashville? Well, Lyndy was chasing a music career at the time, so it made sense.
Well, what happened? Oh, you know what they say, life is what happens when you're making other plans.
(TY CHUCKLES) You know, building a house for your daughter to grow up in, that's a noble thing, Ty, I hope it works out for you, I really do.
But as long as you, and Amy, and Lyndy are together, you're home, whether that's in the loft, or down at the ranch house, or right here in a fancy new home.
Hey, it's not gonna be that fancy.
Oh, I think you're missing the point here.
No, I-I I hear what you're saying, Jack.
I'm a lucky man to have Amy and Lyndy.
And I have a beautiful life.
And building my own home would be like icing on the cake.
But cake tastes a whole lot better with icing, don't you think? Works good! PAYTON: That's ridiculous.
GEORGIE: Dylan is sure it was you.
- And you actually believe him? - I don't know.
Look, I get that you're confused and hurt, but I'm your friend, Georgie, or at least I thought I was.
I just don't know who to trust anymore.
Maybe you should stop trying to figure out who posted the video, and start worrying about why.
Okay, why? (SIGHS) Look.
I would never say this, but some people think that you're better off trick riding in some circus, or rounding up cows, rather than wasting your time in the jumping ring.
They say you're way out of your league, and this video is just a wake up call.
Listen, if I were you, I would just take a little break from jumping.
I'm worried that if you enter in the Fall Finale now, that people in the stands will start booing, and it's just not worth the risk.
Think about it, okay? I gotta go, I wanna get a schooling session in before dinner.
Bye.
(HOOVES THUD, TACK JINGLES) Hey! (HORSE SNORTS) I got your text.
What is going on here? (LAUGHS) Here, take a seat.
When I saw these trees, I knew they were perfect for a swing.
You can basically see everything from here.
(LAUGHS) It's an incredible view.
Yeah.
And look, there's our front door that Lyndy comes racing out of every morning with her backpack on to catch the bus.
She's late, she takes after her Mom.
- Hey, very funny.
- (LAUGHS) And it's the same beautiful door that we're gonna bring our Christmas tree through.
It's gonna be way too big for the house, we're gonna have to shove it through the door! Ugh! And stand it up! Ugh! And it's gonna fill the entire living room, it's gonna be huge.
And at night, when we turn the lights on, it's the most magical thing that you've ever seen.
You're right, this is a pretty incredible view.
It's a view of the future, Amy.
But only if we're on the same page.
(SIGHS) You've thought about this a lot, haven't you? I have.
I think this could be the next big step for us.
Maybe you're right.
Maybe we should build a home of our own, Start our own traditions.
- Yes.
- (SIGHS) I'm still worried we can't afford it.
We'll make it work, Amy.
I know we can.
Okay, I guess we're building a house.
- Okay! - (LAUGHS) (FOOTSTEPS CRUNCH) (DOOR OPENS, SLAMS SHUT) I believe you.
What? I believe you when you say that nothing happened with Dylan.
But what I need to know is why didn't you tell me that you were with him that night? I don't know.
I should have said something.
I should've been honest with you.
I messed up.
Is it because you like him as more than a friend? Okay.
I'll take that as a yes.
Wyatt, I'm so sorry.
Me too.
Okay, um look, I wanna make this easy for you.
- Okay? I'm gonna walk away.
- Wyatt! Let me explain.
I'm gonna walk away, and if you stop me before I get to my car, I'll come back, and maybe we can work this out.
(SIGHS) (SHAKY EXHALE) (SIGHS) (FOOTSTEPS CRUNCH) (SIGHS HEAVILY) (EMOTIONAL EXHALES) (DOOR OPENS) (SNIFFLES) (SLAMS DOOR SHUT) (ENGINE TURNS, RUMBLES) (TIRES CRUNCH) I knew building a house would be expensive.
But I didn't think it would be this much! Well, a prefabricated home is only one option.
Yeah, but it's probably our cheapest option, and we can't even afford half of this! - Yes, we can.
- How? Amy, I don't know, but there's gotta be a way.
(SIGHS) Okay? Hey we can figure it out, all right? We'll make it work.
I'm gonna call Peyton's mother right now.
She's just gonna deny posting the video, there's no point.
The point is, I'm not gonna let Peyton hurt my daughter like this.
Amy has her number, right? Mom? Yeah? Could I go back to New York with you? Not just to visit, but to live? (SIGHS) Are you sure that's what you want? I need a change.
- And I-I miss you and Katie.
- Honey! I would love for you to come to New York with me.
Nothing would make me happier.
But you'd be leaving so many things unfinished here.
It would be like running away.
Please, Mom? I can't stay here anymore, I just wanna go! - Come here.
It's okay.
- (SOBBING) Shh.
It's okay.
It's okay.
Let's just talk about this in the morning when we're more clearheaded.
Now is not the time to be making big, life changing decisions, okay? (SIGHS HEAVILY) You're supposed to be partners.
Partners work together, not against each other, you couple of And now, we've lost what could've been one heck of good deal.
Well, none of this would've happened if Tim just left me alone.
I'm not so sure about that either, look at this number! That's way too high, why didn't you stick to the number we discussed? Because I let my nerves get the best of me.
(GROANS) I'm sorry.
Okay, we already knew going into this, Mitch didn't have the experience to make the deal.
Yeah, I'm sure you showing up didn't help a whole tonne either, now did it? I'll call Garland, I'll see if he'll take another meeting.
No, you won't.
You two have helped enough already.
(PAPER RUSTLES) (BIRDS CHIRP) (SIGHS) (CELL PHONE RINGS) (DOGS BARK IN THE DISTANCE) - (PHONE BEEPS ON) - Hey! AMY: Aah! She was just trying to walk, you missed it! Man! Okay, Lyndy, come on, do it again, do it again! I swear to you, she was just walking! Come on! - Argh! Come on, Lyndy! - AMY: Walk for Daddy! - Come on! - AMY: Come on! Argh! (LAUGHS) I can't believe I missed it! Okay, well, I will call you back if she does it again.
- I love you, bye.
- Okay, bye.
(PHONE BEEPS OFF) I love you, too.
Are you sure I can't offer you a coffee, or a tea? No, thank you.
Listen, I am certain my daughter had nothing to do with that video ending up online.
Peyton is a straight A student, and a leader in the jumping community.
You've obviously been misinformed.
I understand, but Peyton did have access to Dylan's computer.
Ah how can you sit there and accuse Peyton, when you have absolutely no proof? Especially after I've been so generous to your daughter.
Generous? I don't let just anyone practice in my arena.
I made an exception for Georgie.
But charity can only go so far.
(SCOFFS) I'm sorry, is that how you view Georgie? As a charity case? My family has been more than kind to Georgie, but if you continue to make these baseless accusations, not only will she not be welcome at Westfield, but the entire jumping community will turn their backs on her as well.
Now, if you'll uh, excuse me.
No, you know what, that's fine, that's fine! Because we don't need your stupid arena! And we definitely don't need your charity! (DOOR SLAMS, FOOTSTEPS THUD) That's it, one more circle.
Keep going.
(PHOENIX WHINNIES) Easy Phoenix, hey.
You're okay, just settle down.
I know, I know.
You don't like being hand walked, do you? You're bored you just wanna run.
You're okay, you're okay.
I'm gonna let you go, but you have to promise me that you'll take it easy, okay? (PHOENIX HUFFS) (SNORTS) (WHINNIES) Easy (HOOVES THUD) Easy, Phoenix.
No! (DIRT CLATTERS) (PHOENIX WHINNIES) (SNORTS) Phoenix! (HOOVES THUD) (FRIDGE DOOR THUDS) Phoenix.
(PHOENIX NICKERS) (GEORGIE GASPS) (DOOR CREAKS OPEN AND SHUTS) Phoenix whoa.
Hey bud, what are you doing here? You know, you may have given up jumping Phoenix in the Fall Finale, but he hasn't given up on you.
You know, I could've brought these vaccines home with me, - you didn't have to come in.
- Oh, I had to come into town to run some errands.
Amy said you were working, so I thought I'd come by.
Well, just make sure to keep 'em refrigerated, all right? Yes, doctor.
So, are you gonna make a habit of this? - Uh, what? - Working weekends.
Ah, it depends, I guess.
What? On what? On how long it takes Amy and I to save up for a down payment.
We're thinking about building a house, so I'm working a few extra shifts, and she's picking up a few extra client horses.
Every little bit helps, right? Right.
I thought about building a house once, with Marion.
It never happened, though.
You regret it? No.
No, I get it, at your age, that's what you think about.
Making money.
Buying your first home, or building a home.
You know, those are the most important things in the world.
Then you get to my age, and your doctor tells you you might have a tumour, and end up in an early grave.
You start to think differently.
You don't think, I wish I made more money, or I wish had built a bigger house, you think you think, I wish I had spent more time playing with my daughters.
Anyway you can't get that time back.
Thanks.
Yep.
(PHOENIX SNORTS) (NICKERS) (HOOVES THUD, TACK JINGLES) (GEORGIE SIGHS) (PHOENIX SNORTS) It was Peyton.
I have proof.
Hey.
What, are you following me now? Your cousin told me you'd be here.
Okay, what is it? You posted the video from Dylan's computer.
Oh, not this again, I told you it wasn't me.
You entered your username and password.
To log in to the gossip site.
You tried to delete your browser history, but Dylan recovered it.
But I told him not to tell anyone.
At least not until after the Fall Finale.
Why would you do that? I need you to compete, so that I can beat you fair and square.
I very much doubt that.
See you at the Fall Finale.
(HAPPY EXHALE) Hey! Hi! (LAUGHS) Hey, I thought you were supposed to be at the clinic.
(LYNDY GIGGLES) Yeah well, I asked Cass to take on the rest of my patients for the day.
Yeah.
Hey, you! I know I'm supposed to be taking on more clients yeaaaah! (LYNDY COOS) Not giving 'em away, right? Well, I'm glad you're home.
(LAUGHS) Yeah.
Yeah.
Me too.
And I'm gonna be home every weekend from now on.
What about saving for a down payment? I spend enough time at the clinic.
I don't want to watch Lyndy grow up on my phone.
(SMALL CHUCKLE) And I'm not giving up on my dream to build that house, though, just putting it on hold.
Don't you mean our dream? Yeah.
Hey, do you wanna build a house? How about we build a house with blocks? Let's build a house! - Yeah, what do you say? - You want help? Can we stack 'em up? (DOOR CREAKS OPEN, SLAMS SHUT) - Hey, honey.
- Hey.
Can you sign this consent form? Sure, is it for a school field trip? No.
It's for the Fall Finale.
You were right, I can't move to New York until I finish what I started.
(PAPER RUSTLES) (PEN RASPS) (PAPER RUSTLES) (SMALL LAUGH) (COW MOOS) Well, thanks for the tour, Jack.
You've got an impressive operation here.
Well, everything you see here has been in my family for six generations.
You see, Heartland isn't just a business, Fred, it's-it's my home.
And anyone that works here, they're family.
And just like all families, I guess, we don't always see eye to eye, but one thing we do agree on is how to raise quality cattle.
So what do you say? We got a deal? Jack - we got a deal.
- Yes, Sir! (BOTH LAUGH) - Well, look at this.
- Yeah.
Well, I think I better go over and say hello.
No.
Why-why would you do that, he's doing fine.
We're equal partners, remember? Look, just being equal partners doesn't mean sharing everything all the time, sometimes it means standing back, and letting the partner do what they're good at.
Look, I I screwed up the meeting, okay? I admit it, but so did you.
Now it's Jack's turn, and he's doing a lot better than we did.
If Jack wins, we all win.
That's what being partners is about, Tim.
Okay.
- Okay.
- Okay.
That was pretty funny what Garland said, huh? (LAUGHS) Thinking that you and I were father and son.
I know, we're nothing alike.
Not even close.
No way.
I'm not nearly old enough to be your father.
(HORSE WHINNIES) How old do you think I am? Compliments of the management.
Oh, thanks.
Compliments of the management.
(SIGHS) (JAR RASPS) Hello, Paula.
Compliments of the management.
(SCOFFS) No, thank you.
Anyways, what I particularly You know, I find the whole canning process fascinating.
You see, this jar of carrots right here is gonna last for months, years, even.
Whereas fresh carrots would've withered and rotted in a couple of weeks.
The canning process has made them stronger, more resilient.
And it's sort of like Georgie.
Because I hate what Peyton did to her.
Nobody deserves to be bullied like that.
Nobody.
But, it's made her stronger.
And more resilient.
And whether or not Georgie wins the Fall Finale, she's gonna carry that strength and resilience with her for the rest of her life.
And that's something nobody can ever take away from her.
Especially not Peyton.
So enjoy your carrots.
I was lost Lost in the desert Feeling my soul, soul slip away My bones getting hot, letting go Watchin' as the sun turns grey These hands are cold and weakened And that brings me to my knees It's in my veins The darkness is running quick It won't take a hold of me Pull, pull, pull The light out I'm ready.
I cannot be broken Can't take me down, take me down The fight is on I cannot be broken (I CANNOT BE BROKEN) Oh no, oh no Won't be broken Oh no, oh no Oh oh oh