Hightown (2020) s02e02 Episode Script

Girl Power

[JACKIE] Previously on Hightown
[SMITH] Three kids dead from OD.
Put me in, Coach.
I could ride with Babcock.
My sponsor said, "Buy a suit,
'cause you're gonna be
going to a lot of funerals".
You on some revenge trip
for your boy Junior?
That is not it.
[RAY] I don't come near Renee
so I can get my job back.
[AMANDA] There's a pattern
of problematic behavior
- with women.
- Sorry it didn't go your way.
- What are you gonna do now?
- Time to spend with my kid.
- What about Kizzle?
- His mom hasn't seen him.
She says that's normal.
[RAY] Sean Gandam, skinny white kid?
[CO] You're looking at
the hardest time there is.
We're gonna make sure
you feel every second.
[JACKIE] Collin Connor, aka Coco.
[ALAN] He's a known dealer.
Drug side should be involved.
Thank you for sucking that cop's dick.
- [FRANKIE] Wayne's out.
- [JORGE] We're handling it.
He got people out there.
Charmaine you got
that fire from New Beige.
Now all the cops on the Cape
are looking for you.
What you trying to do about it?
Me and my cousin
want to be your partners.
Why do you have to go after it?
I just do.
I thought a lot of things about you ♪
I stayed awake
just thinking about you ♪
But now I'm away ♪
You had to stay ♪
Tomorrow's a day of mine ♪
That you won't be in ♪
I tried to say I was just having fun ♪
But I really knew
that you were the one ♪
And now that I'm gone ♪
I see I was wrong ♪
I should have known all along ♪
That time would tell ♪
A week without you ♪
I should forget ♪
Two weeks without you ♪
And I'm still thinking about
the things that you said ♪
Vacation just another love-in ♪
Vacation I hope you love me ♪
Vacation would you think of me? ♪

I think I'll leave
without saying goodbye ♪
I think that you know the reason why ♪
What if I was to stay? ♪
Would things turn out
some other way? ♪
I'll never know anyway ♪


[JACKIE] We've been tagging
a lot of Great Whites lately.
[JUNIOR] Mm, bet that's not
all you've been tagging.
End of the season,
some of those girls in P-Town
get lonely.
Nah, man, I chilled out with that.
Yeah, right. You fucking deviant.
I don't know, Jack. Nothing's biting.
[JACKIE] Yeah, that's 'cause
I let you bait the hook, dipshit.
Reel it in. I'll show you how it's done.
Hey, give it a minute, all right?
Maybe I just like the company.

So where you been, man?
Feels like forever since I seen you.
Just trying to lay low, you know?
[JACKIE] Things are okay?
Yeah, I mean
I miss Mackayleigh.
Why? Where are they?

I'm always here for you
if you need anything.
Little late for that, bro.
Oh, shit! Quick, quick, quick!
Grab the line! Grab the line!
Thing's huge!
Get the gaff hook. Get the gaff hook.
Junior! Junior!


[PETERS] This has been a tough week
for Eastham North High School.
We lost three of our best and brightest.
But as always,
The Mariners will rise above.
We will heal.
But right now, I'd like to introduce
Sergeant Alan Saintille
with Mass State Police.
Him and his department
have been working tirelessly
to combat the opioid crisis
in our community,
so please, give him your attention.
[ALAN] Thank you, Principal Peters.
Um, thank you for having me, and, um,
sorry for your loss.
Our loss.
Because I live here too.
Uh, I'm raising a family here too.
And I wish that I could say
that this was the first time
I've been to one of these, but I can't.
But you can make sure
this never happens again.
If someone tries to sell you drugs,
you walk away.
If someone offers you to get
high with them, not interested.
It's your life. You're in control.
If anyone has any information
about where Matt,
Anna, and Luke bought the drugs,
you talk to me or any
of my officers here today.
Any questions?

So, like, do you know where
the drugs are coming from?
[ALAN] I can't speak
on an ongoing investigation,
but we have a lot of leads.
[ALEX] But also, like,
don't you think
if you arrest one drug dealer,
people will just get it
from somewhere else?
[ALAN] Sure, yeah,
but we can make it
a little bit harder for folks.
So, like, if you don't know
where the drugs are coming from
and you can't stop people
from using them,
what do you actually do?

And why is it that when it was crack,
it was all, "Lock the Black people up
and throw away the key?"
But now it's opioids, and it's all,
"Poor white people. It's an epidemic".
They're both really bad, okay?
But this new stuff
they're cutting the dope with,
It's a thousand times stronger
than fentanyl.
And fentanyl is a thousand
times stronger than heroin.
This stuff will kill you dead.
Next question.
- Harder!
- Harder?
- [GINA] Yes!
- Like that?
Faster! Oh, my God!
[MOANING] Faster!
- Don't stop! Don't stop!
- [RAY] Okay.
- Stop! Stop!
- Stopping.
Fantastic, Abruzzo. Five stars.
If you got time after, you know,
we could, uh, get a bite to eat.
Maybe round two?
It's just, I have to pick up my husband.
His car's in the shop. Sorry.
Oh, no, yeah, I-I totally get that.
It's cool.
Can you, uh, come in
to work early tonight?
For what?
You left a bunch
of half-empty ketchup bottles
at the bar last night.
I need you to fill 'em up
before your shift.
Yeah, okay.
Wonk-wonk! Thanks, Abruzzo.
[RAY] See you later, Gina.


Ooh. Look at this.
Oh. Help yourself.
Oh, yeesh. [GAGS]
How can anybody do this to an egg?
How? I ate better than that in Concord.
Well, you know where they have,
um, really good eggs?
- Is restaurants.
You're gonna fall. You're gonna fall.
- Careful, please. Careful.
- Whoo!
There you go.
- Wow, Mama.
- Hey.
Look at that. Amazing.
About that thing tomorrow,
that thing with the girl.
Yes, where?
- Xavier's.
- Perfect.
Hello. English.
Hello, don't you have to be at work?
Aren't you the manager?
I worked last night.
Is that what you call
finger-banging Daisy
in the Champagne Room?
- What's finger-banging?
- Enough!
We're trying to have
a nice breakfast here.
- She started it.
- [RENEE] "She started it".
- [LESLIE] Hey.
- Hey. Hey.
Was that hard for you?
Seeing those kids?
What, because of Junior? No.
You can say yes. It's not soft.
I know that. It's just it's fine.
I mean, you must've lost people
that way too, right?
Nobody I didn't arrest.
Look, I just want you to know it's cool
and that we can talk about shit.
Fuck talking. Let's get back to work.
Hey, Babcock, Quinones, where we at?
We got some controlled buys set up,
but first, we were gonna finish
going through the kids' phone downloads.
So far, no texts or calls
linking them to any known drug dealers.
Oh, uh, toxicology reports came back.
Kids had MDMA and carfentanyl
in their system.
Carfentanyl's the shit
that killed Junior.
- That links it to Frankie.
- Maybe, maybe not.
Well, we should have eyes on him.
Whoa. You been full-time
on drug side all of one week.
Now you got ideas on how to do the job?
I don't think so.
Of course we're gonna be
watching Frankie.
But controlled buys
are how you build a case.
Start with the lower-level
drug dealers slinging the dope,
and you work your way up.
- We know who's selling it?
- [LESLIE] We don't know.
We haven't been able to find any.
Eight buys this week.
It's all shit from off Cape.
Somebody OD's and every junkie in town
is lining up trying to chase that fire.
Great White should be popping off.
Maybe they got spooked.
If every cop on the Cape
was looking for me,
I'd probably disappear.
It's okay. We'll find it.
I'm gonna talk to Shauna.
Oh, super-snitch? How's she doing?
She's good. She just got out of detox.
Well, great, get on it, 'cause
I need to give LT something.

[BOUNCER] Yeah, Renee,
some chick's here to see you.
- Hey, how can I help you?
- Uh, I'm Donna.
I'm here for the cocktail waitress job.
Oh, yeah.
Um, I'm Renee.
I'm the assistant manager.
And I guess I'm supposed to ask
if you have any experience.
I've been waiting tables
in P-Town since I was 15.
My last spot just closed for the season.
I-I brought a résumé,
if you want to see it.
Oh, no. No, that's fine.
so why do you want to work here?
It was between this and Stop & Shop,
so fuck it, right?
- Yeah.
Look, you won't regret it.
I'm a hard worker. No drama.
I just want to get home to my baby.
Aww, how old?
- [DONNA] Sixteen months.
- Oh, I miss that age.
My baby boy just turned five.
- I gotta do it.
- Yes. No, please, do it.
- Let's see.
- Ah!
- [DONNA] Here's Mackayleigh.
- [RENEE] Oh, my God.
She's so cute.
I always wanted a girl.
You should have another.
Maybe you'll get lucky.
Yeah. Maybe someday.
Oh, I mean, yeah,
babies are so fucking hard.
My parents help me a little,
but I'm basically
doing it on my own, so
Yeah. No, I-I get it.
Um, my son's father just
got back in the picture.
But I was doing it
on my own for a while, so
Yeah, mine's not coming back.

Shit. I'm sorry.
No. Oh, God. I'm sorry.
I don't mean to dump all this on you.
I-I swear to God I'm normal.
No. No, it's fine.
Um, look, I'm gonna be
straight with you.
This-this place is a shithole.
It'll suck you in.
Everyone comes here thinking
they'll stick to cocktailing,
but after a while,
you always end up on the pole.
I hear you, but I just
I don't think that's me.
And I really need the money.
So do I have the job?
Welcome to Xavier's.
Damn, man! Wake the fuck up!
[JOHNSON] Why should I?
Sleep too much.
Gotta seize the day.
[JOHNSON] Today gonna be
just the same as yesterday.
You been here a long time, huh?
[JOHNSON] Too damn long.
I feel you.
Another way to look at it is,
you got experience.
What you getting at?
[OSITO] I'm new, but I catch on quick.
There's gotta be something
we could do around here
to better our lives.
I'm out in ten months.
I keep my head down, don't get
involved in no kind of schemes,
stay right here in this bed
as long as they let me.
Anyway, if I was gonna get involved,
it wouldn't be with you.
You got too many enemies.
Delgado! You got a visitor.
- Approach the bars.
Hurry the fuck up.
Delgado on the move
to see visitor number five-oh!
- Five-oh!
- [INMATE] This fucker's a snitch!
- [INMATE] Snitch!
Very funny.
- Asshole.
Fucking LOL.

You trying to get me killed?
If I was, somebody beat me to it.
Your hand looks like a fucking Q-tip.
That's why you gotta
get me up out of here.
Yeah, well, I looked into
your Drug Diversion Unit.
And the place is a fucking Hilton
compared to where you are right now.
Can you make it happen?
Sure. Question is, can you?
I want to know if the Cuevas cousins
are moving carfentanyl onto the Cape.
My ass is in here.
How the fuck am I supposed to
know what's going on out there?
Your ass is in here getting cut,
which means Frankie's
not protecting you.
So why you protecting him?
All right, motherfucker.
Hope you're a light sleeper.
Now, you know I ain't a snitch.
But there is something
I been meaning to tell you.

I'm waiting, motherfucker.
- What about Kizzle?
- He's been MIA, right?
Well, he ain't missing.
He's in one spot.
Most of him, anyway.
Nickerson State Park.
- Sean Gandam was murdered?
- [OSITO] Yep.
And I know who did it.
Junior McCarthy.
How you know that?
Junior told me before he died.
You know what? Fuck you.
You give me a dead suspect
I can't even take to court.
- That's bullshit.
- A body's a body, man.
Yeah, if I can find it.
Park's huge. Where the fuck is the body?
How the fuck should I know?
I wasn't there.

[ALAN] You're so full of shit.

[LESLIE] Shauna!
Where you going this early?
It's not even noon.
Shit, Les. You scared me.
I gotta go to Target.
Oh, yeah, let me guess,
you want to return something
but you lost the receipt?
This laptop is a piece of shit.
Look, I don't care.
Just don't get caught.
You look good. How much time you got?
Hey! Oh! ♪
Ten days! Oh! ♪
- I'm happy for you.
This is my new partner, Jackie.
Hey. Ten days, that's big.
Been a while since I had double digits.
[CHUCKLES] Hear that.
Hey, so look, Shauna,
you up for a mission?
- What kind of mission?
- The $50 kind.
I'm holding cash money right here.
[LESLIE] Not if I bust you for it.
You just said you didn't care!
[LESLIE] Yeah, I could be
convinced not to care
- Uh-huh.
- if you know anything
about the shit that killed
those kids in Chatham.
Yeah, I know about that.
Uh, people were talking
about it in detox.
- Can you score some?
- Yeah, I know a guy.
How much you say again, 100?
Fifty. You remember how this works.
And I get to keep the computer.
- What computer?
- [SINGER] Uh ♪
Money make the world go round, round ♪
Round, round, round, round ♪
Money make the world go round ♪
- Gettin' to the money ♪
- Let's go ♪
Money make the world go round ♪
That's it, Dug's house.
Well, it's his grandma's place,
but she's in a nursing home
or something.
You sure he's got the stuff
with the shark on the baggie?
Only one way to find out.
[LESLIE] Get in, get out.
Don't buy anything else.
And hey, remember
those ten days you got?
Let's make it 11.

Oh! Nice shot, Nicky.
- What's up?
- [RAY] Hey.
Hey, no, but you look
really good out there.
I been-I been watching you
from the truck.
Oh, I know. I saw you.
You know, at first, I thought
you were some pedo,
and then I was like,
"Oh, cool, it's my dad".
Ha. Yeah, that's funny.
You still gotta work
on your fundamentals
a little bit, you know?
You pull back a little quicker,
you're gonna get a lot more
on your snap shot.
I haven't seen you since last Christmas.
You think we're fuckin' buds?
Hey, you know what,
I was thinking me and you
go down to Main Street, get a slice.
Let's go over to Angelo's.
Angelo's closed, like, six months ago.
All right, want to go see
a movie or something?
What's going on, Dad, you need
my kidney or something?
No, I just got time off work,
and I figured me and you could hang out.
Time off? What the fuck?
Yeah, I got vacation days, Nicky.
Stop. I don't give a shit, really.
I mean, whatever reason
you're here, it's not for me.
We both know that.
You want to give me a break?

Oh, by the way, Mom says, "Fuck off".

Ugh. Shit's nasty.
I still want a cigarette.
This is the boring part.
I'm just happy to be on land.
Shauna text you?
What the fuck is she doing in there?
I don't know.
What the fuck
are drug addicts ever doing?
And why does it take them so long?
I spend half my time
asking these questions.
- Text her again.
Man, I feel like a dick,
sending her in there.
I mean, she just got clean.
Eh, ends justify the means.
But you're sweet.
That's a first.
- Fuck it, let's go in.
- And blow our cover?
No, we just buy it ourselves.
- We need approval.
- Approval?
We've been doing
controlled buys all week.
What's the difference?
You don't give a fuck, do you?
She could be dead on the floor.
I want to go in. Come on.
All right, let's go.

[SINGER] Go on and look at you ♪
Today's your lucky day ♪
The executioner's here ♪
And he's ready to make you pay ♪
Hey, you Dug?
Yo, I'm Dug.
Oh, hey, uh, I'm Leslie. This is Jackie.
Our friend Shauna was
supposed to cop for us.
She did cop. And then she left.
With my money, that fucking bitch.
You two, like, uh,
girlfriends or something?
We're just hanging out.
Dude, we just came here to score.
You got that shit
with the shark on the baggie?
Yeah, I did. Sold out last week.
Got some Oxys for you, though.
No, we don't want fucking pills.
Hey, I know you.
You had your hand up my pussy last week.
When I got pulled over on Route Six?
She's the one that strip-searched me.
Oh, fuck.
Mass State Police. Nobody move.

- Shit!
- I didn't do shit.
- Hey, stay down! Stay down!
[LESLIE] Shut the fuck up.
Put your hands behind your back.
[DUG] Nothing's in there!
Too high for this shit. [GRUNTS]
You okay?
[DUG] Oh, fuck!
Hey, Ray! Hey, nice shirt.
Yeah. Bill Turner, how you doing?
Well, I'll be better
after a shot and a beer.
Coming right up.
Hey, put that away. Blue discount.
Oh, fuckin' A.
So Abruzzo got MeToo'd, eh?
- Something like that.
- Fucking shame.
Cops can't be cops anymore.
Hey, you're lucky you retired
when you did.
[SCOFFS] Yeah.
It's a different world, you know?
Everyone's so, uh, sensitive.
You can't do this. You can't say that.
Everyone's got a camera on their phone.
So what are you gonna do?
Hey, you're looking at it.
What? Forget it. No.
No, you come work with me.
- What, in construction?
- [BILL] Yeah.
You're in good shape. Why not?
Hey, Bill, I appreciate it.
I really do, but, um
No ex-cop should have to fetch drinks.
And don't tell me you're making
shit here in the winter time.
Probably get, like,
ten customers all day.
No, let me call my supervisor.
We'll get you on the crew for tomorrow.
Fuck it. What time?
I told you that you wouldn't find shit.
[LESLIE] No, asshole.
You told me you had Oxy.
And we found 80 of them.
Under your nana's floorboards.
Also found these.
The shit with the shark on the baggie.
Here's the deal, Dug.
Possession with intent?
Least of your concerns.
Right now, you're looking at
three counts of manslaughter.
Wait, what?
Yeah, for the three kids in Chatham.
Nah, I didn't have anything
to do with that.
Fuck manslaughter.
You sold them the shit that killed them.
The stuff in the baggies right here?
And you're the only guy
on the Cape who's selling it.
That's manslaughter.
I-I didn't sell it to anyone.
I got 'em, and then I kept it
for personal use.
I swear to God that's it.
Fine. Well, where did you get them?
I-I'd rather not say.
Okay, fine.
Eat the manslaughter charges.
Okay, okay, okay. Hey, hey, hold on.
Um if I tell you where I got it,
will you, uh, drop the thing
about the three kids?
I don't know. Try me.
I got it from some guy.
Just some dude.
He's not around anymore.
- Where did he go?
- I don't know.
He's just not around anymore.
You talking about Collin Connor?
[DUG] Fuck me.
Why don't you tell us about
the last time you saw him?
Hey. We just closed on Coco Connor.
- Bullshit.
- [JACKIE] It's true.
We busted a guy named Dug Aquino.
He sells out of his grandmother's house.
He copped to it.
He was buying from Coco.
Things got heated.
He shot him and ganked Coco's supply.
- Great White?
- Yes, but he swore up and down
he didn't sell it to those
three kids in Chatham.
Seemed like he was telling the truth.
He know where the carfentanyl's
coming from?
[JACKIE] No, we didn't get that far.
- He asked for a lawyer.
- Shit.
Maybe I can take a run at him
after his arraignment tomorrow.
Nice work, you two.
Holy shit, we solved
a motherfucking murder!
I think we deserve a drink.
Shit, I got somewhere to be.
- Hot date?
- Hot date?
No. Way less cool than that.
I gotta make coffee
for a bunch of alcoholics.
Can you blow it off?
Uh, yeah.
Let me-let me text someone,
see if they can cover.
- Hey.
We have to go get some diapers.
You want something from the drugstore?
No, I'm good. I'm good. [SIGHS]
What is it, baby?
[ALAN] Nothing. Everything's great.
Some guy Dug confessed to murder.
[HENRIETTE] I can tell
something's wrong.
[ALAN] I got this thing
with Osito, this other CI,
trying to tell me something
about a body in Nickerson State Park.
- A body?
Wow, that's a big deal, right?
[ALAN] Sure, if he's telling the truth.
But he's not.
Just wants more privileges,
so he's trying to play me.
What if you just play the game too?
What's that supposed to mean?
[HENRIETTE] Alan, finding a body
would be good for you, no?
Look, believe me, if there's
a body in the woods,
and this is a big if,
this guy put him there.
So what? A body is a body.
Well, if I call out body side
and dogs and all that shit
and nothing's there, I'm the asshole.
But if you call them
and they find something,
then you're the hero,
the star.
Yeah, the up-and-comer
who only just made sergeant
but is known to close his cases.
I left some griot on the stove for you.
Oh, thank you, baby.
[HENRIETTE] Make sure you eat.
Bye, baby.
All right. Bye.
I mean, I've had some fisherman
get mouthy with me
like get up in my space a little,
but I've never had to tackle anyone.
That was awesome.
Did you see how scared I got
when that chick recognized me?
Yeah, but you handled yourself.
That was good. We work well together.
- We do.
- Yeah.
- We do work well together.
- Yeah.
Excuse me, get another one?
Living dangerously
with that seltzer water.
You really don't drink, do you?
I really don't drink.
- Boo!
- [JACKIE] What?
I just bet you're fun to drink with.
Oh, yeah. No, I'm fun, 'til I'm not.
And I'm waking up next to some
chick who's crying and
yelling about how I killed
her dog or something.
You make a lot of girls cry?
I have my moments.
- You have a girlfriend?
- Me?
- Mm-hmm.
- Fuck no.
Who's got time for that kind of drama?
What about you, you got a boyfriend?
Or a girlfriend?
Oh, no way. I like dick.
I was even married to one once.
[JACKIE] No shit.
- How'd that work out for you?
- Not great.
You changed your mind?
Yeah, I think we both changed our minds.
It's good. Divorce is great.
I recommend it.
Uh, we should probably
get out of here, right?
We have such an early morning.
How you holding up?
I'm great.
You gotta get one of these.
It'll save your back.
Yeah, it's like a girdle.
Ah, Jesus, Bill.
Well, anyway, it's lunchtime.
Don't be a fucking hero.
[ANDY] That's what you gotta do.
You gotta go up and down in one day.
Make sure this one guy
gives you a price.
Guess how much I got
those sheets of drywall for.
I don't know, $4.95?
Hey, newbs, take a guess.
Oh, you got me.
- $4.63.
[BOB] Nice. I don't know how you do it.
Yeah. I get the best bargains.
Because I play 'em off each other.
And that's how you gotta do it.
- [BOB] You gotta teach me.
- [ANDY] Yeah.
[BILL] Hey, you don't want a beer?
I'm not really a big drinker, Bill.
Look, it's not chasing bad guys, I know.
But it beats serving mai tais
at happy hour, right?
Yeah, sure.
You'll see. It's a good life.
Hey, we're, uh
we're going out after work.
You should come.
Yeah, get to know the guys.
Usually end up at Xavier's,
the titty bar.

I don't think that's a good idea, Bill.
All right. Change your mind


Excuse me.
Huh? Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm?
Oh, thank you.
- Okay.
- [DONNA] Thank you.
Here you go, sweet cheeks.
- Thank you.
I want to know everything about you.
No, you don't. I'm boring.
No, you're not boring, baby.
Tell me something
you never told anybody else.
Come on.
One time when I was a kid,
my parents took us
to the amusement park.
It was supposed to be really special,
because my parents worked
all the fucking time.
Anyway, uh,
I stole a prize
and got caught
and I got questioned by security.
And the-the guy was
He was a creep.
Hey, hey, hey.
Look at me.
I'll protect you from creeps.
I will. I will.
Thank you.
Hello? Meeting time?
Okay, baby. Go make us
some money, honey.
Yes, Daddy.
Bottle of tequila
to the office, let's go.
Oh, yeah!
I'm thinking of wifing
this girl up, primo.
Yo, Charmaine, my cousin Frankie.
Frankie, Charmaine.
You didn't say she was a child.
How old are you?
You don't remember me, do you?
It's all right. I remember you.
You came to my Uncle Wayne's
place in New Bedford
a few times,
before you fucked up
and got yourself arrested.
What's going on?
We're talking some private shit here.
No need to be rude to the lady.
Uh, I'm not some lady.
Frankie's my fiancé,
and this is my office too, Jorge.
What's the matter,
you don't trust your own girl?
If you got people around you
you don't trust,
then maybe we shouldn't be in business.
I never said I didn't trust her.
Take a seat.
Before we agree to a partnership,
I have a few questions.
Okay. Ask 'em. I don't give a fuck.
Will you be using the same
New York connect as Wayne?
That's not your concern.
If we're gonna be partners,
everything is my concern.
Every day, you eat food from a farm,
but you ain't gotta know the farmer.
Same shit. Supply is my responsibility.
All good. Don't get excited.
We just gotta know, how you
gonna get it onto the Cape?
'Cause we ain't gonna do
all this shit for you
to get pulled over by a cop
for a busted taillight
and then start spilling the beans.
One, I don't talk to cops.
Two, I don't drive.
People be driving fucking crazy.
Texting and shit.
So then how do you get it here?
- The bus.
- The bus? Seriously?
- You got a better idea?
Ever heard of a private plane?
It takes an hour and a half
to New York City.
You and your important
package, safely delivered.
You want me up on some
rickety-ass plane?
[SCOFFS] Not doing that. Fuck that.
Not rickety-ass.
I mean, we're talking
first class all the way.
Champagne, shrimp cocktail.
Isn't that right, Frankie?
Only the best.
Yeah, all right.
So what do you say? Partners?

Sure. Partners.
- You know where to find me.
- Okay, whoa. One more thing.
Who was your boy that sold that stuff
to those three kids in Chatham?
Name's Gum Drop.
But I already set him straight.
Told him to stop selling for a while.
[JORGE] Okay, cool.
We just want to talk to him ourselves.
[CHARMAINE] I said I handled it.
He's not selling no more. No one is.
Of course. But we want
to talk to the guy.
Do you know where we can find him?

Kit Kat or Almond Joy?
- Kit Kat.
- There you go.
Um oh, shit. I can't eat this.
The coconut gets stuck in my crown.
You can have 'em both.
Says here that you confessed
to shooting Collin Connor
and stealing drugs from him.
I've advised him not to discuss
the homicide charges.
I can live with that.
I just want to know
where he got the drugs from.
I'm advising him not
to answer that either.
Dug, I want you to think
about this long and hard.
Because I'm trying to find out
who sold Great White
to the three dead kids in Chatham.
If you don't give me any other names,
I have no other place to look
than right at you.

I don't know where Coco got it from.
He said he got a new plug.
What's that mean, new? New to him?
Think he meant new to the Cape.
Maybe newly returned?
[DUG] Sure, maybe.
Did Coco get it from
one of these two dudes?
I ain't saying shit about them, a'ight?
They'll fucking kill me.
They'll kill you for telling me
that they're bringing
carfentanyl to the Cape?
Hey, I ain't say that.
Didn't say what?
Thank you, Counselor.
Thank you very much.

Fucking Cuevas cousins.
Fuck yeah. That's what I've been saying!
Hey, hold up, Dug didn't
actually give you shit.
Look, I'm sick of dicking
around looking for dime bags.
We start an operation
on them right now, all right?
I'm talking about surveillance,
trash pulls, GPS.
Good old-fashioned police work.
So I want a ops plan
on my desk by Monday.
- We clear?
- Crystal.
Good, 'cause I gotta make
a run to Nickerson State Park.
- What are you doing out there?
- Playing the game.
What the hell was that?
I don't know, but the boss
just left for the day.
- You want to grab a mocktail?
- What's a mocktail?
[JACKIE] Come on.
We can work on the ops plan.

Look, I'm gonna call it soon.
It's cold and there ain't shit out here.
What, you, uh, want some
hot chocolate or something?
Maybe some mittens for your boys?
Oh, fuck you. You just got here.
But we've been out here since
last night chasing our dicks.
And I ain't authorized
to give out all this overtime.
What? Really?
The fuck, man?
This is not the fucking Boy Scouts.
We are fucking state troopers, man.
We're not leaving here till
we find what there is to find.

Have you been here before?
- What, Sandy Neck Beach?
- Mm-hmm.
Oh, yeah, lots of times.
With my ex.
I can see that. It's very romantic.
I saved a woman's life here once.
- [JACKIE] Holy shit.
- Yeah.
She was drowning
and no one was doing anything,
so I just I went for it.
And I'm not even
that strong of a swimmer.
And, you know, it was
just like they say.
She was pulling me under.
I just pushed through, I guess.
And then the lifeguard showed up.
But there was a moment there
where I thought I was going to die.

My heart's racing just talking about it.
I'm sorry that happened.
[LESLIE] It's okay.
Are you a good swimmer?
That's good.
I'm glad we came here.


Fuck me.

Can I ask you a question?
Anything. You know that.
You trust Renee?
Why wouldn't I?
She soldiered up,
did what she had to do.
Got us both out.
Of course.
I ain't got nothing
but gratitude for her.
But she did fuck the same guy
that put us both away.
You sure that's over?
What the fuck are you trying to say?
Nothing, papi. Nothing.
She's a good girl.

That's him.
For old times' sake?
- Yep.
- All right.
- You Gum Drop?
- Yeah.
Shit, you're Frankie Cuevas.
You're Charmaine's boy, right?
[GUM DROP] Yeah.
She's working for us now.
That means you're working for us too.
Yeah, that's cool, mm-hmm.
Gotta pick up a package. Get in.
- Right now?
- Yeah, right fucking now.
When do you think, next Thursday?
Fucking idiot.
[GUM DROP] Yo, this a sick ride.
Hurry, hurry, hurry.
Yo, you know where we could buy a boat?
[GUM DROP] Uh, yeah, I know a guy.
Okay. Let's go get a boat.
[GUM DROP] I don't see any package.
Oh, shit.
[GUM DROP] You sure it's out here?
Keep looking.
Yo, Gum Balls,
let me ask you a question.
Are you the guy who sold that fire
to those teenagers that died?
- Yeah, that was me.
- What the fuck happened?
[GUM DROP] I mean, that whole
thing was totally random.
Girl comes up to me at the mall,
says she's looking for Molly
for her and her friend.
Running a little bit short,
so I I cut it with fire.
Did what I had to do
to make the sale, you feel?
Okay, so get this. Get this, right?
Rich white girl's looking for Molly.
Right? He gives her carfentanyl.
She's dead. Now all of our faces
are all over the wall
in the fucking post office.
Always be closing, right?
Do you know how fucking stupid you are?
- I-I-I was just trying
- Eh, eh, eh, eh.
Look at this pendejo,
trying to answer the question.
- [FRANKIE] It's okay.
Don't hurt yourself. I'm gonna tell you.
You're too stupid to live.
You ever see a shark up close?
Shit, I'm sorry!
My fucking leg! I'm sorry!
- Stop! Don't go! Please!
- [FRANKIE] Vamos. Vamos.
[GUM DROP] Please!
Don't fucking go! I'm sorry!
How do you drive this thing, bro?
[GUM DROP] They're on my fucking leg!
[FRANKIE] Whoa, whoa, whoa,
whoa, it's going backwards!
The other way, pendejo! The other way!
I think you ran him over!
Okay, okay, okay! All right, all right.
Oh, okay, I got it.
Okay, yeah.
[JORGE] All right, beautiful. Nice!
Nice. I got it.
[FRANKIE] Just like old times, primo.
- [JORGE] Yeah!
- [FRANKIE] Vamos!
[JORGE] Okay!
- Hey.
- Hey.
Wait a minute. I want to mix a drink.
Do you have any cranberry juice?
Cranberry, no. Um
Then I'll have it on the rocks.
- Hmm?
Hold on, Abruzzo.
Let me get myself settled.
You want one?
Oh, no, trust me, nothing
good happens if I say yes.
Hmm. What does that mean?
Means I'm not a big drinker,
that's what it means.
- [GINA] Well, I am.
- Okay.
And I don't like to drink alone, so
Come on.
- Cheers.

- Hey, Nick.
- [NICK] Did I wake you?
No. No, no, no. What's
up? What's going on?
[NICK] Look, you're still
a prick, but, um
if you want to buy me a slice
of pizza, I'll take it.
Hello? Dad?
Yeah, no, I, um um,
that sounds great.
I would love that. Can I call you later?
- [NICK] Yeah, cool.
- Okay, bye.

Oh, fuck.
What's that noise?
It's nothing, baby.
Go back to sleep.
- [GUARD] All right, let's go.
Let's go.
Come on, ladies. File into your cell.
Don't worry.
You ain't miss nothing.
Breakfast was fucking nasty.
- Jesus! Fucking shit!
Yo! Who the fuck did this?
Who put this shit in my bed?
I ain't no fucking rat!
Yo, you been in here all morning.
How the fuck did that get in my bed?
I told you, I don't get involved.


your fucking tip paid off.
- Yeah.
- [CALHOUN] But how are we
supposed to ID with no head
and no hands?
I don't know.
That's your fucking problem.


Hey, Sarge, what's up?
Yeah. Okay.
Thanks for letting me know.
Yeah, I'll see you Monday.

[SINGER] She came around
and I stole her glance ♪
Hi, Sarge.
No, I'm up.
[SINGER] Evelyn shown quiet ♪
As roses sting ♪
And she said, "Whoo, baby ♪
Take me" ♪

And I said, "Whoo, baby ♪
Take me too" ♪

It came over her at a bad time ♪
Riding through Winona
down the dotted line ♪
Held us gunning out ♪
90 miles down the road
of a dead-end dream ♪
She looked over with her part smile ♪
Caught up in the twinkle
it could take a while ♪
And the money pile ♪
On the dashboard fluttering ♪
And she said, "Whoo, baby ♪
Take me" ♪

And I said, "Whoo, baby ♪
Take me too" ♪

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