Hightown (2020) s02e10 Episode Script

Fool Me Twice

Previously on Hightown
Stop! Put your hands up!
We got Charmaine.
I ain't saying nothing
without my attorney.
Don't fuck with
the New Beige girl, right?
I'm gonna walk out of here a free man,
and the first thing I'm gonna
do is knock on your door,
and you're gonna invite me in.
Motherfucker, you high?
I want my job back.
I can bring in Frankie Cuevas
and a direct line to New York.
Take out the trash and be
on a plane to Jamaica tomorrow.
- Are you a fucking cop?
- I am.
So cut me another line, or your
degenerate ass is under arrest.
That address, you gonna
find bodies shot dead
by Frankie Cuevas.
It's Daisy.
- We got another one!
- Jorge Cuevas.
Frankie Cuevas,
you're under arrest for murder.
You did your cousin dirty.
Couldn't even dig him a proper grave.
I don't know what the fuck
you're talking about.
You okay?
This means
we got him for murder, right?
We got motherfucking Frankie.
We don't got shit
'til the jury says we do.
But, yeah, we got him.
Chuleta gave him right
the fuck up for killing Daisy.
Supposed to be his boy.
I guess accessory
to murder wasn't his jam.
Now we just got to prove
that Frankie killed Jorge.
That's Body Side's problem.
We got motherfucking Frankie Cuevas.
I'm proud to say that
today the Cape is a safer place
because of the outstanding work
of the Cape Cod
Interagency Narcotics Unit.
This investigation started
because of an unspeakable tragedy
three young lives cut short
by the drugs Mr. Cuevas
and Ms. Grasa supplied.
And although we will never
get them back,
these arrests
Looks like Christmas
came early this year
for the Mass State Police.
Well, I mean, if that's
the case, then ho, ho, ho.
When do I start?
Yeah, well, uh
I talked to the command staff
about your reinstatement.
But, uh, you know,
there was a little pushback.
I'm I'm sorry.
What do you mean pushback?
Look, you were always
a great cop, Abruzzo.
That's not that's not the issue.
The issue with you is, uh
Ah, shit, how do I put this?
Ray, it's it's the woman thing.
And all you got to do is, uh, you know,
clean up the mess you made.
You understand?
Loud and clear.
What are you doing here?
I wanted you to hear it from me.
Ray and I are in love.
And we're moving in together.
My mom will bring Frankie Jr.
to see you as often as she can,
but you and me are over.
I'm sorry.
Sorry for what?
For hurting you.
Are you also sorry for being
a piece-of-shit rat?
Tell me. I want to hear it
from your whore mouth.
Call me a whore again.
You poor, dumb cunt.
You really think
you're gonna be a cop's wife?
You're a white-trash junkie slut.
And he's using you.
As soon as he gets his job back,
you'll be out on the street.
Goodbye, Frankie.
What you did to me
you can never come back from that.
For the rest of your fucking life,
you're gonna be looking
over your shoulder.
And one day, I'll be there.
You have no idea what I'm capable of.
All dressed up and nowhere to go.
Hearing didn't go your way, huh?
Spiteful motherfuckers set
my bail at a million in cash.
How the fuck is that
any of your business anyway?
Everything that happens
up in here's my business.
I know it all.
I know your boy
Frankie's on the inside now.
And I know he sent someone
to run up on you a while back.
Then maybe you and I
can help each other out.
You need protection.
You think I'm siding with you
over Frankie Cuevas?
Get the hell out of here,
punk-ass bitch.
Go on, get.
Damn, bro. What's up?
Fucking screws trying to play me.
Cops trying to play me.
I gave them everything they asked for,
and my ass is still inside.
Fuck you doing?
I fucked up.
Popped positive on a piss test.
Sending me to the other side.
Damn, dude.
I'm sorry.
In checkers, when you get
to the end of the board,
you say, "King me".
Right now
you at the end of the board.
What if we expand?
You take maroon. I take green.
I don't know. I ain't never
been in charge of shit before.
Motherfucker, I ain't
saying that to be generous.
I'm saying it 'cause
I know you a soldier,
that you can handle your shit.
We set this up right,
you can have anything you want.
You want some product of your own? Done.
You want to smash your girl? Say when.
Fuck it, then. King me.
It won't gonna be that easy.
It's gonna be work.
And now Frankie's over there.
You gonna have to earn that crown.
You see LT's speech on TV?
We're the fucking shit.
Yeah, we are. And you should be proud.
You've only been full-time a month,
and you just made
the case of a lifetime.
I'm so jealous, I could die.
I do what I do.
We should grab that drink tonight
and get a bite
or something to celebrate.
Yeah, yeah. We should.
Hey! Can you open the door?
Yeah. Hey, I'm coming.
Oh, okay. I got you. I got you.
Thank you.
Okay, I'll get this.
How'd it go with Frankie?
- Yeah.
- What'd he say?
Well, what do you think?
He he called me a cunt.
Motherfucker. Fuck him.
Okay, okay.
Well, I'm the asshole
who made a baby with him, so
You know he can't hurt you now.
But you and me,
we got each other, right?
Can we sit down?
there's something I need
to talk to you about.
Yeah. Of course.
- Okay.
- What's up?
so I have to ask
do you think you
might ever want more kids?
Oh, my God. Yes.
All I've ever wanted was, like,
just one big family.
- Really?
- Yeah.
It'd be me and you and just
a bunch of little rug rats
- running around.
- Yeah.
That is
so good to hear, because
But, you know, in order to do that,
I got to be a provider,
so I got to get my job back.
You know what I'm saying?
What does that mean?
It means I need you to recant
your statement against me.
So you want me to lie?
Well, I mean, you did it before already.
I didn't lie, okay?
I told a secret.
Okay, I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have even
brought this up right now.
I just I'm
I'm at a loss here.
I just need your help, that's all.
Yeah, of course.
I'll do whatever you need.
Why wouldn't I?
You're my guy.
So I am the one
who steals the Twizzlers
from the break room,
but I'll show you my secret stash.
Uh, thank you.
You're welcome.
What would I do without you?
So I was thinking, and, uh
you were right.
Right about what?
I was scared.
That's why I ended things with you.
so we're having that conversation?
I mean, I'm 35 years old.
I was married, for Christ's sakes,
and then suddenly I'm gay?
It's like, what?
Uh, it was just a lot to figure out.
I'm not gonna lie.
You kind of fucked me up.
Also, I know I'm intense. I get it.
We're cool.
I'm glad we're cool.
It's raining men ♪
- Hello.
- Hallelujah ♪
That's my mom's ringtone,
and that is my mom.
- Oh.
- That's a cool thing
- that happened.
- It's it's fine.
It's fine.
She's not gonna stop calling me.
Yeah, no, no, no. Get it, get it.
I got to pee anyway.
Uh, all right, I'm sorry.
Yeah, no problem.
Hello, Fran.
Excuse me, are you in line or
Dr. Larkin.
It's Jackie Quinones,
from Glendon House.
Hello, Jackie. Nice to see you again.
Yeah, you too. I'm still sober.
I'm doing I'm doing
pretty good, actually.
- Yeah.
- I'm so glad to hear that.
I work with State Police now.
Yeah, that big arrest on TV
Frankie Cuevas?
That was me.
I'm very happy
for all your success, Jackie.
But I'm really not supposed
to talk to patients
outside of therapy.
It's always good to see
former patients doing so well.
You're obviously working the
program, and it's paying off.
Nice to see you.
You too.
You okay?
Did something happen in the bathroom?
You ever feel like a fraud,
like you're just waiting
for everyone to realize
you're a piece of shit?
Honestly, no.
Yeah. Of course you don't.
Ah, I'm fine.
I just saw someone I used to know.
was there something else you
wanted to say back there or
Not really.
I mean, fuck talking, right?
on the count!
Pack it up.
I didn't fucking do anything.
Where am I going?
Wherever you want.
Your bail's been paid.
How the fuck you make bail?
That's between me and my attorney.
I don't got to tell you shit.
Feeling yourself, huh?
Like you played the system?
Like you played me?
We're not done.
We had a deal.
And that deal's not over
until I fucking say it's over.
I think it was you tried to play me.
You were never gonna
let my ass up out of there.
But you can't keep a real one down.
You know what?
You're right.
I don't want you out,
'cause you're a criminal
and the worst kind of criminal
at that, a snitch
an asshole who thinks
he's got a friend in blue.
Well, I'm here to let you know
we're not fucking friends.
You fuck up one time,
and I'ma put your ass
back in there for good,
just like your girl Charmaine.
Turning your back on me?
You better watch that fucking back.
Don't worry about me, Sarge.
You need to worry
about your own damn self.
Is that a threat?
Fuck around and find out.
Good morning.
Good morning to you.
Excuse me. I'm just gonna
get my favorite mug.
It's right here.
You do anything fun last night?
- I did. I went out for drinks.
- Mm.
I might go again tonight.
Oh, yeah? I'm in.
Babcock! Quinones!
- Hey.
- What's up, Sarge?
Charmaine Grasa's being transferred
to the women's facility
in Framingham on Thursday.
I want you guys to transport her.
Why us?
Because this is our last shot
at getting her to cooperate.
DA's trying to stack charges
against Frankie Cuevas,
and we don't have him on the
narcotics without Charmaine.
And if she's willing
to talk about New York
while she's at it, I'll take that, too.
With all due respect,
she hasn't talked yet.
And she's lawyered up. It just
That seems like a waste of time.
You afraid of a long
drive there, Trooper?
No, sir.
Then you two pick
her up Thursday morning.
You got it, boss.
That'll be all.
Ms. Segna,
is it true that when Sergeant Abruzzo
first approached you, he solicited you
for prostitution?
- No.
- That's odd.
I took those words
from your original statement.
Well, is it true that he
leveraged his position
as a police officer to pressure you
into an intimate relationship?
No. That's not what happened.
Do you understand that
there are consequences
for lying to the police?
Ms. Segna gave information
that led to the arrest
of several high-value targets.
As a result, she was given immunity.
Please don't make idle threats.
Oh, but it's true.
I did lie.
And that's why I'm here now
to set the record straight.
Why did you lie?
I lied because Frankie Cuevas
said that if I didn't do
exactly what he told me to do,
he was gonna kill me.
I lied because
I was afraid for my life
and I was afraid for my son's life.
I lied because I had no choice.
Ray Abruzzo
did not coerce me in any way.
I seduced him, and I was relentless.
He was nothing but good to me.
And then I let Frankie ruin him.
I ruined him.
Thank you for your honesty.
- Hey, hey.
- Hey.
- How did it go?
- Well
I crushed it.
I, uh I cried and everything.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Told them Frankie made me do it.
What'd they say?
all you need to know
is that I took care of it.
I took care
of you.
And now
I want you to take care of me.
What are you doing? Hmm?
Don't you like it?
I didn't know you talking to the DA
would make you so fucking horny.
My man's a cop.
And that's hot.
I'm not a cop yet, baby.
You sure?
Feels like you are.
Answer it.
Yeah, it's Abruzzo.
Yes, sir.
Yes, sir. I'll be right over.
Baby, we did it.
We did it?
Hey, I don't mean
to interrupt, but, uh
- Come on in.
- Take a seat.
Well, the paperwork is still
being processed, but, uh
what the hell?
Congratulations, Sergeant.
Getting my stripes back?
Oh, I can't have my task force
headed up by a scrub, can I?
Task force?
We're setting up
on the New York connect,
scoop the DEA.
That's fantastic.
Don't let me down, now.
I went to bat for you,
and I expect big things.
You're gonna get 'em, sir.
All right, Andy, I leave it to you.
I'm on it, sir.
Keep your nose clean, Ray.
I know this is strange meeting this way,
but I just want you to know
that I appreciate
Just stop.
Whatever voodoo bullshit
you pulled on Markson
and everyone else, it won't work on me.
Just know time off did me some good.
I'm a new man.
As soon as the paper clears,
you're back.
Thank you, sir. I won't let you down.
One more thing
Since you're back at Sergeant,
Saintille's out.
I think you should be
the one to tell him.
- What?
- We're only budgeted for one.
Luckily, there's a spot
on the Body Side,
so he's moving over.
He should be in his office.
I'm sure he'd rather hear it
from his old partner.
Hey, bud.
Hey, Ray Abruzzo, huh?
What's up, buddy?
Let me guess, fucking did it, huh?
Got your job back, right?
Well, yeah, yeah, yeah,
something like that,
something like that.
I'm coming back as Sergeant, Alan.
And you're going to Body Side.
- What the fuck?
- It's not a demotion.
It's not a demotion, Alan, okay?
You're still Sergeant.
It's a great fucking post.
You fuck up and get fired
and come back at the same fucking level?
That sounds about white.
Ten years!
Ten years I been on Dirty Side!
I built a fucking career here!
But who gives a shit about that?
Not you! Not fucking Smith!
Fucking expendable Alan!
This some bullshit.
I really wonder
what the fuck the difference is
between me and you.
Bro, it's not like that.
Motherfucker, do you know
the quality of life
on fucking Homicide?
There's four detectives
to cover every unattended body
on the goddamn Cape!
They call you any time
day or fucking night.
You see the worst of the goddamn worst.
And you got to make
whatever fucking shitty case
that lands on your goddamn desk!
So it is like that, bro.
I can't fucking believe this shit.
Whoa, hey, hey.
What are you doing? Alan.
You want your goddamn
office back, right?
- Hey, hey.
- Shit.
You know it doesn't have to be this way.
You're right. It doesn't.
And knowing you,
it won't be this way for long.
Keep it warm for me, Ray.
You wasn't doing
that at physical therapy.
Yeah, well, I needed that.
You needed it?
I like this.
I like this a lot.
No, baby.
I can't. I got to take this. I'm sorry.
Yeah, I know who this is.
And I know you put up for my bail.
Yeah, I could get down to New York.
Shit, I was born ready.
What was that about?
You really want to know?
If we're gonna do this,
I need to know
what I'm getting myself into.
All right.
Well, how about we go for round two,
then I tell you everything?
Eddie Murphy.
Oh, shit.
- So what'd you do this time?
- Nothing.
I went to Dibby's,
and I happened to have
an extra 99 cents in my pocket.
And I wanted to see you
and the boat one last time.
You miss it?
Yeah. Of course I do.
Will you?
Probably. Yeah.
But fuck it.
I hear you got your bad guy.
Yeah. Thanks, thanks.
It feels good, you know?
I'm not just Crazy Jackie.
Like, I can do good things, too.
Hey, I'm the only one
gets to call you crazy.
So, uh, they're doing
this little retirement thing
for me tomorrow.
Um, can you make it?
Uh, I mean, I got to
I got to check with my lady,
see if we're free.
Hey, I'm fucking with you.
Yeah, I wouldn't miss it
for anything. Come on.
Yeah, I'm gonna miss you, too.
My man. Looking good.
I've been expecting you.
Yeah. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
I mean, you, me, here
it's like the natural order
has been restored.
- How's Renee?
- That's actually why I came.
See, you and I both know you're
not getting out this time.
So whatever little bullshit
threat you made to Renee,
that's just you trying
to make yourself feel big.
But she's a cop's girl now,
which means she's off-limits.
And if you got threats, you come to me.
I got no beef with you.
You know, I can't blame
another man for falling
for the same shit as I did.
She's a pretty girl.
But how well do you know her really?
Do you know she used
to be a drug addict?
I mean, are cops even
allowed to shack up
with pill-popping junkie whores?
Watch your fucking mouth.
Jorge underestimated her
and look what happened to him.
Even I didn't see that coming.
Oh, it's true.
And with the piece I gave her
to protect herself at the club.
Now they're charging me
with my own cousin's murder
on top of those three kids
I had nothing to do with.
But I guess that's on me
for trusting a murderous puta.
See you at your trial, Frankie.
In the meantime, stay
the fuck away from Renee.
Bitch played you for a chump
Oh, shit.
Oh, it's you.
Yeah. What, you expecting someone else?
Yes, actually.
What's up?
I got my job back. That's what's up.
- Are you serious?
- Yeah.
I talked to Lieutenant Smith last night.
I'm coming back as Sergeant.
Sergeant? So what,
you and Alan are both
Oh, he's going over to Body Side.
It's a lateral move. It's no big deal.
I thought you two were friends.
He's fine. He would do the same to me.
All right, well, look, anyway, um
I'm putting together
this New York task force.
Are you
are you asking me to be on it?
Jesus, why do you got to make
things so fucking difficult,
Will you be on my New York task force?
That why you came by?
And one other thing
What specifically do you know
about Jorge Cuevas's murder?
Don't worry about it.
All right.
Ballistics came back
with a match on the .38
Frankie had on him when
we picked him up at the club.
And Jorge was buried at the same place
as Daisy and the pilot.
- But
- But what?
Yeah. I don't know, man, it's weird.
Chuleta spilled about Daisy,
but he swears up and down
that Frankie wouldn't have killed Jorge.
And they never found a crime scene.
Hi, Les.
Leslie, Ray just said that
he's coming back as Sergeant,
so we're all gonna be
working together soon.
That's great. Congratulations.
Okay, I'm out of here.
Hey, Ray.
No hard feelings, right?
What the fuck?
I know. I know. I know. It's crazy.
After everything, after all that shit
he brought down on the department
Must be nice to be a dude,
just fail your way to the top.
Are you happy?
I can't help it. I like him.
That's because you're
just a big old softie.
- Am I?
- Very, very soft.
- Hey, buddy.
- Yeah.
I'm Sergeant Ray Abruzzo, State Police.
Let me ask you a question.
Have you seen this girl, came
in right before Thanksgiving,
would have looked
a little better than this?
- Yeah. I remember her.
- You do?
Mm, not too many chicks come in here,
none that look like that,
but, uh, she was looney tunes.
Tried to buy one bullet, like this is
some kind of fucking
candy store or something.
You remember what type of bullet?
.38 caliber.
You hear Osito got out the other day?
He must have given up something
big, 'cause he made bail.
- Think it was you?
- Fuck off.
I'm just thinking out loud here,
but what if, after
everything's said and done,
you're the one left holding the bag?
We know you've been through
a lot, Charmaine,
everything with your sister
it's horrible.
And I get it.
I even respect you for not talking.
It's honorable.
Fuck honor.
You really want to do time
for Frankie Cuevas?
You think he'd do the same for you?
We know you were bringing the package
to Frankie when we caught you
on the bridge.
Look, all you got to do
is get with your lawyer,
tell him you want to sign a statement
and work off your case, that's it.
All right, look,
I'll make it easier for you.
You can give a statement
about the New York connect
or Frankie Cuevas.
Your other option
is getting tried as an adult
for trafficking, distribution,
and manslaughter,
so your call.
I need a bathroom.
You can hold it.
No, it ain't like that.
I just got my period.
Just give me a tampon, and I'll
make a statement, all right?
We're not taking you anywhere
but Framingham.
Come on, we're in the middle of nowhere.
She can go right here.
I got a tampon in my coat pocket.
Watch your head.
Wait, so I'm just supposed to
do it on the side of the road?
With my hands like this?
Stand still.
I'll recuff you in the front.
Stop! Stop!
- Stop, Charmaine!
- Fuck, my ankle.
- You okay?
- Fucking go! I'll call it in!
God damn it.
Stop, Charmaine!
Have yourself
a merry little Christmas ♪
How are you feeling
about meeting my mom?
- Yeah, good.
- Yeah?
You know what? She can come with us
to pick up
the Christmas tree if you want.
No, no. She's, uh
she's better in small doses.
It's cool you offered, though.
Frankie hated spending time with her.
Make the yuletide gay ♪
Next year all our ♪
You okay?
You know what?
I just want to start over.
I want to forget about Frankie.
I want to forget about the way we met.
And from now on,
we're just two normal people
who fell in love, okay?
Yeah, I like that idea.
But in order to do that,
we can't have secrets from each other.
I agree.
So I'm only gonna ask you this once.
Is there anything you need
to tell me right now?
What's this about, Ray?
You can tell me anything.
You know that, right?
I love you so fucking much.
I love you, too.
And there is
something that I need to tell you.
I'm pregnant.
How long have you known?
Like a few months. I don't know.
A few months.
When were you gonna tell me?
I I don't know.
I I guess I was waiting to find out
what was gonna happen with Frankie.
Do you even know whose it is?
It's yours, asshole.
Why do you think I'm telling you?
Renee, look at me. You know
why I had to ask, right?
Because you're a dick.
Yeah, okay, you know what?
I deserve that.
You're right. I'm a dick.
But I'm
But I'm happy.
You are?
What do you think it is?
A girl.
Oh, my God.
Oh, we're having a baby. Oh, my God.
We're having a baby.
Is there anything else
you need to tell me?
Eight hours they've been
searching the woods,
and nothing.
How does that even happen?
Is she invisible? Does she have wings?
If you were trying to end your careers,
you couldn't have found a better way!
Well, that's what I get
for putting two females
in the field together.
Listen closely.
There's going to be an investigation.
At 8:00 a.m. sharp, you'll meet
with your union reps,
after which you will give
your official statements.
I'm not psychic,
but I have a vision of you
both riding desks
for the foreseeable future.
And that's the best-case scenario.
Yeah, okay. I I understand, sir.
And I'm sorry.
Permission to speak privately?
We're all friends here, Trooper.
I would like to state for the record
that I voiced apprehension
about this mission from the start.
Sergeant Saintille
arranged for this transfer
under the mistaken idea
that Grasa would speak
without a lawyer present.
But it wasn't approved
by any higher-ups,
and it was clearly not safe.
Is that all?
I would also like to state
for the record
that Agent Quinones
displayed poor judgment
by letting the prisoner out of the car.
- Excuse me?
- Hey.
Go on.
She displayed a lack of protocol
by stopping to check on me.
And on top of that,
she has impulse issues
Fuck this shit.
which is not surprising,
considering she was brought in
by Ray Abruzzo.
And If I still have a job
after tomorrow,
I will be requesting a new partner.
Thank you for sharing, Trooper.
Meeting adjourned.
What the fuck was that?
It's my career.
Hey, Bill. Can you help me?
God damn it.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Uncle Ray.
Hey, buddy.
"Uncle Ray"?
Mom, this is Ray.
Ray, this is my mom, Callie.
- Hey, how you doing?
- Hey.
You guys talk.
I'm gonna go pack up Frankie's stuff.
Uncle Ray, huh?
Homicide, this is Saintille.
Yeah, this is Officer Mathews,
Boston PD.
Yeah. What you got?
Yeah. So, uh, we got a, uh
we got a bar fight over here,
something about a female.
You know, the one guy, Lawrence Almond,
has a Leatherman and just
starts going at the other guy,
just, unh, unh, unh!
You think the, uh, victim's
not gonna make it?
Oh, no. He's fine, fine.
Superficial wounds.
Then what the fuck you call
Homicide for, then?
So Almond is from the Cape,
was just up here for the night.
And as soon as he realized
he was going away for this,
guy lost it, and, uh, he, uh,
started telling some tales.
Says he heard a rumor
about some Jamaican cleaning ladies
that he used to work with, that they
that they buried a body
some big drug dealer.
Jorge Cuevas?
Uh, yeah, that's the name.
Anyway, just, uh, thought
you should know.
Uh, yeah. Thanks for the call.
Um, I'll head up there tomorrow
and talk to him.
Hey, what's the name
of the place he works?
Bayside Cleaners.
Bayside Cleaners.
Yeah. Thanks a lot, man.
Oh, really? Did you have them
did you have them
fucking measure it for you?
They tell you at the end.
Well, la-di-da.
Look who decided to join us.
If it isn't Grace Kelly,
waltzing in an hour late.
Oh, better late than never.
I'm sorry. Congratulations, Ed.
Oh, thanks.
- You okay?
- Yeah. Fine. Good.
- You sure?
- Yeah.
You don't want to talk about it?
It's your party.
Tomorrow you'll have
all the time in the world
to listen to my problems.
All right, well, in that case,
then, may I have this dance?
- Sure.
- All right, come on. Come here.
If I ever leave this world alive ♪
I'll thank ya for the things
you did in my life ♪
Okay. There you go.
Okay, I think that's good.
- Oh, sorry.
- Don't step on my toes.
I know. Well, you got
two of them, it's all right.
I'll come back down and sit ♪
Beside your feet tonight ♪
Wherever I am ♪
You'll always be ♪
More than just a memory ♪
If I ever ♪
I don't want you to retire.
leave this world alive ♪
I want everything to be
the way that it was.
I want to be back on the boat with you.
Oh, come on.
You know you can't go home again.
So, when in doubt, just call my name ♪
Excuse me, Edward,
but this woman has owed me
a drink for a very long time.
Well, you take her.
She's a shit dancer anyway.
And I uh, promised Linda I'd check in.
- Okay. One drink, all right?
- Victory!
Then I got to go, okay?
I got an early morning.
Yo, Patrick, let's get some shots.
I'm getting hammered.
Why you so mopey?
Ah, nothing. Just some shit at work.
That's what you get for
thinking you're fucking fancy.
Can I get a shot of Jamo
and whatever she wants?
And, uh, she's buying, by the way.
what do you want?
All right, buddy.
Osito said, "What's up?"
Ah, let me go!
Augh! Get the fuck off me.
So you ready to meet my uncle,
the king of New York?
What you think?
- Where you going?
- Anywhere but here.
Okay. Come on.
- Buckle up.
- Yes, ma'am.
What's up? What time is it?
I'm freaking out, man.
I fucked up.
Okay, okay. What's going on?
Where are you?
I'm just sitting outside
the house, dude.
I'm just sitting outside the house.
Do you need me to come
over there right now?
And I fucked everything up! Fuck!
Just tell me what to do.
You want to know what to do?
Nothing. You go home.
You go inside
and call me in the morning.
Go inside?
Yeah, yeah. It's easy, okay?
It's gonna be all right.
Everything always works out.
Okay, yeah.
Everything's gonna be all right.
Go inside?
Go inside.
Go inside.
How can I help you, Officer?
I'm here for some gear.
No. I ain't gonna sell nothing to a cop.
Well, I might not be a cop anymore.
Oh, yeah? You gonna party
with me this time,
or you gonna just be a little bitch?
Just let me in.
Let me see you're not wearing a wire.
Show me yours, and,
uh, I'll show you mine.
Well, come on in, Officer.
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