Ice (2016) s02e01 Episode Script

Game of Stones

1 Previously on Ice [CARLOS VEGA]: Shit is piling up on Freddy, and it is gonna bury him.
The way this is playing out right now, he's going down.
So do you, so does Cam.
I did it.
I killed Avi.
You're gonna wear a wire.
Get close to Pieter, he's the target.
My name is Pieter Van de Bruin I was an old friend of Isaac's.
"I additionally leave a family heirloom that is of special significance to me.
" [CAM ROSE]: Now, we need to find this fucking stone.
It's worth 150 mill! You know he left you something, Will.
[WILLOW]: My mom told me it was diamond, but no one knows where it is.
[AVA]: The Holocaust Diamond Green & Green, and your family are your father's legacy, and you're destroying them both.
Who fuckin' sent you, huh? It was a tall guy, white beard.
[JAKE]: Did he want me dead after you got what you came for? - Yeah.
- You betrayed us.
You know I was gonna bring you in at the right time.
What does he want? The diamond mine in Venezuela.
You've got to make sure that the title to that mine is free and clear.
[GUNFIRE RATTLING] - Holy shit! - Whoa, whoa, whoa I've found my daughter.
That's impossible.
Cam was kind enough to tell me where to find her.
You people are crazy, okay? This is all because of diamonds Shut the fuck up, Freddy! You all talk too much.
[GUNSHOT] [CAM]: Rah, you killed Pieter.
- Jake? - Shit's gonna hit the fan.
You go, I'll take care this.
Go! Shit.
Cam, call an ambulance! [JAKE GREEN]: Fucking diamonds.
[HEART MONITOR BEEPING] For some people, diamonds are a way to express undying love, and for others, they are a commodity, a way to make a living.
And for a select few, they're a reason to shoot each other.
But thanks to Freddy, the bullet from Pieter's gun only grazed my head, but the concussion caused swelling on my brain and a nice, long sleep.
Killing Pieter Van de Bruin, that threw his entire organization up for grabs, so naturally, Rah did have to go into hiding.
Cam handled the police.
He, and the wire the Feds illegally hid in our offices, showed that Rah acted out of self-defense.
Not needing him anymore, the LAPD arrested Freddy for Avi's murder.
Because I had brought Pieter into Green & Green, it opened up the entire company to seizure by the government.
Everything was scheduled for auction, but before that auction could happen My cousin bought a ring from these Green & Green guys not long ago.
Is that right? Only charged him 2,400 on a ring worth over five.
No kidding? How does he know the real worth? Did he get it appraised or something? His fiancé broke it off A very pleasant good evening to you, gentlemen.
Who the hell are you? How'd you get in here? Ah, now, that's two very different questions, neither the right one.
All right, turn around.
Oh, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Keep your hands up where we can see them.
- Splash - [GLASS SHATTERING] Oi.
[CHOKING] Now, you see, now, the question you should have asked is what was underneath my coat.
[GLASS SHATTERING] [] Now, that's a lovely sight, innit? What do you think it's all worth? Well, I reckon it's almost incalculable.
[LAUGHS] Incalculable! All right, look, then we'll settle up, yeah? you lot throw your guns in, So, how much of "incalculable" do you think is our end? [SCOFFS] I think you'll be surprised.
[SILENCED GUNSHOTS] Surprise.
[SPLASHING] Don't touch, Jakey.
[ISAAC'S VOICE ECHOES DREAMILY]: This bag is very special.
Anything important goes in here.
Do you understand, Jake? Do you understand? Special things always go in the bag [] So, how is Freddy? He has that hearing tomorrow.
Yeah.
No, I know, I That's the only reason I'm up.
He doesn't want you there.
Tough shit.
I mean, that's my brother.
I'm not going to have my brother go on trial without me being there.
It's not a trial, it's a hearing to see if there's enough evidence to have a trial.
He confessed, right? That's what I was told, but all of this is coming from his Public Defender.
Public Defender? Ava, the company pays for that kind of shit.
There is no company, Jake.
Right.
Yeah.
Ava, wait a second.
I might have a way to get it all back.
I know where it is.
Where what is? The fuckin' diamond, the Holocaust Diamond.
I know.
You do? Yeah.
Okay, so when I was out, I had this one dream, over and over, and, all right, this is gonna sound a little crazy, but I'm telling you, I know that it was my dad, and he told me exactly where that diamond is.
And that diamond, that could turn it all around for us, Ava.
We wouldn't have to sell it.
We will finance everything.
Leverage it, use it as collateral Wait, collateral? Yeah.
The liquidation, that doesn't matter.
The robbery doesn't matter.
Fuck the government, and fuck Cam.
That diamond makes it all go away.
It puts Green & Green right back on top.
Green & Green? Green & Green, yeah.
Right.
Even if you do find it, it's not yours.
It's not Green & Green's.
It's Willow's.
Isaac left it to her, remember? Feel better.
Hey, Green? Yeah.
Time for your meeting.
Bob, I thought I told you to hold my calls.
Get the fuck up.
Open on 12.
[DOOR LOCK BUZZES OPEN] I'm going to get you to laugh one of these days.
Good meeting.
Your participation is encouraging.
How about somebody else want to participate? [MAN, GRUMBLING]: Oh, come on.
Except for you, Billy, we just heard from you.
Maybe somebody else wants to share? Somebody who hasn't participated? At all.
Ever.
How about this time, Mr.
Green? Rather not.
Well, doing things that you'd rather not is kinda the point of it in here.
You know, for The Program to work, you have to work The Program.
Yeah, I've seen that poster.
But you don't agree? No, I got no problem with The Program.
Just it's a little too late is all I'm saying.
For what? Yeah, you know, at this point, you want to help us, you should be handing out dope at the door.
If there was ever a place somebody needed to be high, it's in here, am I right? Would you really get high right now? Why, you carrying? Look, I'm just saying it doesn't really matter 'cause I don't have a choice.
Dope costs money in here just like it does out there, and seeing that I'm broke, and I passed on the offer to blow the dealer in my cell-block as payment, I am officially in recovery, whether I like it or not.
Well, it doesn't matter how you get there, as long as you stay clean once you do.
You are an ace with the slogans, aren't you? The only legal requirement is that I'm here, right? That's true.
So, with all due respect to you gentlemen, especially you, Billy, you've been sharing the fuck out of it.
That's good shit.
I just don't see how telling you about the, uh, the shit-show of a life that I live is going to help anyone, least of all me.
Okay.
Thanks.
[] Richard, thank you for seeing me on such short notice.
My pleasure.
You've been a customer here for a long time.
What can I do for you today? I have an asset, an extremely valuable asset, that I would like to borrow against, use as collateral.
What type of asset? It's a diamond.
It was willed to my minor daughter by her grandfather, and, as I said, it is extremely valuable.
Well, as you must know, the precious gem market is exceedingly unstable.
The value of an item like that can vary widely from day to day, let alone the length of a loan repayment schedule.
Yes, but, I wouldn't be asking for an amount anywhere near its total worth.
There would be plenty of room for I'm sorry.
To lend you any amount of money, we'd need a far more stable form of collateral.
I see.
Sorry to have wasted your time.
My apologies.
I don't know how they manage to make this stuff taste burnt and cold at the same time.
Well, you should try the stuff in the Mess Hall.
Believe me, I look forward to this shit.
So, hey, man, I wasn't, uh, I wasn't trying to be an asshole over there, I'm just, uh where I'm going, I'm not trying to get in the habit of publicly revealing my weaknesses.
That makes sense.
But I know you're just doing your job.
This isn't a job.
This is a plea agreement.
I got busted with 350 pain pills last year.
That's a lot of pills.
How'd you score 'em? Now that's a question only a fellow addict would ask.
[CHUCKLES] Probably.
I've got family money.
Lots of it.
Doing my best to burn through it, though.
Well, that's a coincidence.
I'm kind of an expert on blowing an inheritance, so if you need any tips, you just left me know.
I think I got it covered.
Yeah, sounds like it.
You know, this is my last court-ordered session, but I really believe in this Program, so, you know, if you ever do get out, I can be your sponsor.
Well, it's gonna be a very long time, so I wouldn't count on me taking you up on that.
Offer stands.
Oh, and if you do decide to blow a dealer, I'd stay away from that Russo.
I don't think he showers much.
Noted.
[] Lemons Can we get some grapes? Purple or green? Both? Both! Both! But they're good.
Fine, you're gonna make the world's biggest fruit salad when we get back.
With sprinkles and chocolate? Mm sprinkles yes, no more chocolate.
Why not chocolate? You've had enough chocolate.
Good afternoon, ma'am.
Did you find everything you need? Mama, look, peaches! Mm-hmm, yeah, we found everything fine, thanks.
There's a big sale on those peaches.
No, I think we're good on the peaches.
They're really sweet this season.
We're fine with the peaches.
Okay, total is 27.
85.
Will you take American cash? Uh, well, the rate won't be favorable.
I'll make it work.
Okay, uh, I'll need to go get my manager.
Palesa? Palesa! [GASPS IN RELIEF] I told you not to leave my side! I only wanted No! No! You don't ever do that again! But it's a Bird of Paradise.
Sister Judith told me that they were your favorite.
Come here.
Come on.
[] [KNOCKS] Come! Two bottles of Davrun Brut? Brut? Who the hell's paying for that? What have you cunts done to this caff? I don't fuckin' recognize it.
Ah, fuck it, Cam, we're just trying to be proper wankers like you.
Come here, you cunt! [BOTH LAUGHING] Good to see you, mate.
- Good to see you, too, Tommy.
- Look at you.
I put on a bit of a suit.
Ah, good look, mate, good look.
Come on, have a seat.
Get up, get up.
Excuse me.
Hey, sweetheart, keep the bubbly flowing.
We're gonna get proper fucked up here.
So, what the hell are we celebrating then? I dunno, um Let's start with old friends, and then we'll just take it from there.
All right, let's have a drink.
Yeah.
To absent friends.
Absent friends.
There we are.
Mama? Upstairs, baby.
I'm hungry.
Yeah, I'm almost finished.
What are you doing? On a boat, there is always something to fix.
How'd you learn to do that? Because when I was a little girl, younger than you, I had a lot of jobs.
I learned a lot of different things, like this.
In the diamond mines? What do you know about the diamond mines? Only what the sisters told us.
They were bad to work in.
Okay.
Well, you forget about them completely, okay? Yes, Mama.
May I ask you something? Mm-hmm.
Where did the scars come from? There are bad people in this world, people who hurt other people.
Why? Because they want to be stronger, they want to be more powerful.
But there's a secret.
They are the weak ones.
Every one of them are weak losers.
[LAUGHING] Did it hurt? When they did it? Yes.
But now, because of them, I am stronger.
I'm stronger because I know I survived it.
Do you think I could survive it, too? Nothing like that will ever happen to you.
Because you and me together, we'll make sure of it.
Okay? Promise? Triple promise.
- Come on.
- [LAUGHING TOGETHER] Now you've made me hungry.
Come on.
I'm gonna eat you for lunch! [SCREAMS PLAYFULLY, LAUGHING] I hope I'm not shark bait! Ah, it's been far too long, mate.
It has at that.
- You've done well, Tommy.
- Yeah, haven't I? Look, um, we need to talk.
Finally, we get to it, eh? Isaac Green he's dead.
Yeah.
I never did like that fucking tosser.
I did.
Is what it is.
Yeah.
Listen, um I'm starting a new business.
We've been there before, mate.
No, no, not like that.
This is, uh this is different.
Yeah? I'm gonna show them cunts in L.
A.
how diamonds should be done.
The way Green & Green should have always been run.
Let me get this straight.
Are we talking about all the product we can send you, no matter its geographical history? Look, I don't give a fuck if the stones are covered in blood.
Well we can handle that.
Can you? Oh, come on.
Now, you know we don't deal on credit, right? Even for an old mate.
You need huge stacks of cash for something like that You let me take care of that.
Hey we'll have two more of those.
[] [CELL PHONE RINGS] What's going on? You don't fuck around with hello, do you? I don't have time for hello, Cameron.
I need updates.
Well, it's not good.
See, killing Pieter, it opened a lot more trouble than we thought.
I just didn't think that Antwerp would care that much about Pieter.
Oh, well, Antwerp is not your problem.
It's your hired help, your bodyguards, they're the ones hunting you.
Impossible.
They wouldn't fucking dare.
You remember Femi? You know, the bastard who robbed the boys up in Canada? Canada? Yeah, fucking Canada.
Femi knows you're there.
Not the smartest place to go, Rah.
Yeah, well, I didn't really have a choice.
I needed to get off the grid.
Yeah, well, it's not far enough off the grid.
This is so fucked.
Killing a cunt like Van de Bruin, it causes chaos, okay, until a new boss rises.
Now, I bet that, uh, Femi, I bet he's not the only one you trusted who wants you dead.
With weapons that I armed them with.
Well, isn't that always the way? Now, Rah, just just keep your head down, you know? When I go back to L.
A.
, I'll straighten this all out.
Just you and me.
I'll take care of you.
Look, I'm not very good at this, Cameron, but thank you for helping me get my daughter back.
You know, it's it's my pleasure.
Off the bus.
Say goodbye.
Let's move.
Get moving.
No.
[CHUCKLES] Because I'm not interested.
Look, if you need someone to talk you off, call a service.
Because I don't wear any.
Not in court.
I don't like the way that it breaks up the lines of my suit.
Goodbye.
[CHUCKLES] Well, what do you know, there are still a few gentlemen in this world.
Wow.
You sure this is my suit? It was where you told me to look for it.
Perhaps you've lost some weight.
Well, they do have a wonderful fitness program here.
So, you ready? Are you sure about this? "This"? Yeah, this whole pleading guilty thing? I've already explained this to you.
Yeah, I know, but it's my life and all, so Mr.
Green, you confessed to a murder, on tape.
Now, sometimes, I can talk it down to manslaughter, but there was a gun involved here.
The prosecution isn't going to offer you a deal because they've got you by the b Well, they've got you.
And all you've got is the mercy of some judge.
This judge you think might be merciful, or lenient in their sentencing? After the plea, there's a series of assessments, and it's your job to convince them that you're not going to offend like this again.
Just make sure the judge has plenty of assurances.
I mean, look, you're not putting the State through the time and trouble of a trial.
Not to mention the cost.
You know there's something to be said for that.
Look, I don't have another play, Mr.
Green.
You good? [PATS TABLE TOP] Yeah.
I'm good.
So, you're going to say I'm going to say, "Fuck it," Eugene, "Fuck it all, and please don't throw away the key.
" Uh, but you're not gonna say it that way, right? [MUTTERING] Come on come on.
I've never seen anyone so impatient to go to prison.
I just want to get this over with.
Shit Trouble? Uh, no, it's my brother.
Just You don't want to see him? Would you want your family watching this? [BAILIFF]: All rise.
Court is now in session, the honorable Judge Herman presiding.
[JUDGE HERMAN]: Sit, sit, sit.
You're my last case before my vacation, and I understand there's a blessed plea? Yes, there is, Your Honor.
The State agrees to the terms? It's a simple guilty plea with no further guarantees.
No sentencing agreement? No.
And your client is okay with this? Pleading guilty and letting me decide his sentence? It's what he wants, Your Honor.
Is that true? Is this what you want, Mr.
Green? [WOMAN]: No.
It isn't.
Tessa Pryor on behalf of my client, Frederick Green.
[MUTTERS QUIETLY] Who the fuck is this? You don't know her? I don't think so.
Your honor, may the defense have a moment to confer? I'm sorry, who are you? You're fired.
Excuse me? I'm not sure I can say it any plainer, Eugene.
You know my name? Oh, I know everything about you.
Your record is embarrassment enough to our profession, but what you're doing here to Mr.
Green isn't just ineffective counsel, it may be criminal.
But I'm Wait, what? You are fired.
[SCOFFS] You can't, I work for Mr.
Green.
I'm his attorney Tell him he's fired.
I don't know what the fuck's going on.
Mr.
Green, listen to me.
I know you feel like an asshole, and you just want this to be over, but I can have you home by tonight.
Home? Guaranteed.
Sorry, dude.
Well, this is this is extremely improper.
[FREDDY]: Yep.
That's true.
I feel kinda bad for him.
Don't.
His kind just slithers on to the next reprobate they can attach themselves to.
You mean a degenerate like me? Exactly, yeah.
Well, we've established I belong.
Now, what the hell are you doing here? Let's just say you have a friend, Mr.
Green.
[JUDGE]: Can we proceed? Since when? Your Honor, may I approach? Why not? [CARLOS, ON RECORDING]: You just look tired, man, the kind of tired that comes from burying the truth from lying to everybody around you.
I mean, Jesus, Freddy, do you think this is what Isaac would have wanted for you? [FREDDY]: Just give me a fucking second, all right? [CARLOS]: I already know what happened.
You just need to let it out.
[FREDDY]: I did it.
I killed Avi.
Stop it there.
I'm not sure why you wanted me to hear that, Ms.
Pryor.
It certainly doesn't help your client Well, the prosecution didn't quite play it from the beginning.
I'm sorry? All the way at the beginning.
I don't understand.
Before all of that heartfelt "I'm your friend, I can help you," bullshit? To be more precise, to when the officer reads my client his Miranda Warnings? I Well I assume the stammering means that you don't have that? The detective wasn't interrogating him, Your Honor.
It was just a conversation.
Which was coincidentally being recorded.
Mr.
Green was well aware of the recording.
Uh, I-I Actually, I-I wasn't.
Sir.
I wasn't aware.
And the, "I know what you did, Freddy.
" "Just say it, get it out.
" Sounds a hell of a lot like an interrogation to me, Your Honor.
You can listen to that entire tape.
What you won't hear is that Los Angeles Detective advise my client that he has the right to an attorney with him while his friend tries to throw him in prison for the rest of his life.
Did he advise him of his rights or not, Ms.
Morrison? He did not.
You know the confession gets tossed, right? Your Honor Do you have anything else? Without the confession, do you have a case? Ms.
Morrison? Not yet, sir.
Then I'm letting this man out on his own recognizance until you can find one.
Now, let's get out there and fix this while you still have a job, and I still have a chance at catching some trout.
[SIGHING] Well, look at you, in a suit.
What the fuck are you doing here? Giving you a ride home, apparently.
Apparently.
[CHUCKLING HAPPILY] - I'm Jake.
Freddy's brother.
- Yeah.
Tessa Pryor.
The world seems to be getting smaller every day.
Yes, it does.
Okay, so so this is you.
You hired her.
Oh, dear god, no.
I have no money to pay for her, Freddy.
That's what I thought.
So, who the hell are you? I think actually what my brother means to say is thank you, Ms.
Pryor.
You're entirely welcome.
And it's "Miss.
" - Okay.
- I'm going to have to leave you two.
I'm defending a rich guy's asshole son in a half hour.
Well, that's funny, I'm a rich guy's asshole son.
Yeah.
Yeah, I have a type.
This one's a quarterback that likes to send unwanted dick-picks to cheerleaders.
Oh, well, every dick-pick I ever sent was coveted.
[WRYLY] Mm-hmm, I'm sure it was.
News flash, they're not very photogenic.
Uh, could I, um could I get your card? Finally.
I was starting to think you weren't going to man up.
This one has my cell.
It really was a pleasure meeting you boys.
Yeah, uh, is there any chance you could tell me who my mystery friend is? Uh, they said I wouldn't get paid if I did, so not a chance in hell.
Okay, but it's definitely a friend, right? Trust me.
I trust her.
When did you wake up? Uh, yesterday.
Wow, look at that.
Mm-hmm.
Well, it gives your face some well-needed character.
Hey, now.
Come on, let's go.
Where are we going? Uh, Dad's house.
Dad's house? I gotta say I'm not real comfortable being in the house with Ava not here.
She won't care.
No? I don't know, Ava's a lot of things, but I wouldn't call her laid back.
Wow, it's been years since I've been down here.
[CHUCKLING] The cutting wheel Hey, what was the name of that cutter that Dad brought over from Tel Aviv? The really old guy, with, uh, thick glasses That smelled like menthol? Right, smelled like Boaz.
Boaz that's it.
Remember that time what, he had a heart attack or something, and Dad needed me to cut that rough? It was a great big blue.
12 years old, working a real stone, on a foot wheel, with wooden tools.
If I fucked up, the company would have lost millions of dollars.
You know how I know that? Because Dad fuckin' told me, over and over again, like it was a fuckin' dare.
Ah, here it is! God, he would always say, "If it's important it is in this bag.
" "Keep an eye on that bag, Jakey.
" "If it had any value, it would be in this bag.
" Do you remember him saying that? Come on.
Not really, no.
Well, trust me, it's in here.
Ha, ha, ha, look at that.
It has to be in here.
The old tools Where are you? Gonna tell me what you're looking for? What have we been looking for since Dad died, huh? Valuable? Wait, you're talking about the the Holocaust Diamond? It's gonna put us right back on top.
I'm telling you, it's just Didn't he leave it to Willow? Fuck! It's not in there.
Fuck, Dad It's not in there.
Fuck! Ava Good to see you.
And you.
You look amazing.
[CHUCKLES] Please.
I was up all night entertaining buyers from Australia.
They believe they can drink.
Cretine.
[CHUCKLES] You have an unusual job.
This is an unusual bank.
Which is why I'm here.
Natalya, I know you to be extremely discreet, but what I'm about to discuss I'm hoping I can count on your absolute confidence.
Of course.
I'm assuming you've heard of the Holocaust Diamond.
Everyone has heard of the Holocaust Diamond.
It's supposed to have been lost to the Nazis.
Turns out, it's been in the Green family for years.
Isaac Green willed it to my daughter, and I would like to entrust it to you.
Entrust? I need a loan, $3,000,000, using the diamond as collateral.
I'm afraid we don't give loans.
I know what kind of money you deal in every day.
#3,000,000 is petty cash.
[SIGHS] Here's what I can do Assuming that this Holocaust Diamond that you talk about is authentic, I can buy the diamond from you at a discount.
30% of its worth.
It's a small fortune.
It's not for sale.
I can transfer the money into your account by the end of the day.
It's not mine to sell.
But you said it was left to you.
To keep, for my family.
Thank you for your time.
Well, I'll be here if you should reconsider.
If you see Freddy, tell him I said good luck.
I can't be that guy, man.
What guy? The guy that loses everything his dad left in six months.
Well, that's on both of us, bro.
It's too bad fucking up your legacy isn't an Olympic sport.
We'd be the tag team record holders, right? I was so sure it'd be in there.
Yeah, it was a good guess.
It wasn't a fucking guess, Freddy.
All right.
I didn't mean anything by it.
It's just, it wasn't a fucking It wasn't a guess, man.
What do you mean? Nothing.
Fuck it.
No, you know what, we've been talking past each other our whole lives.
Tell me what the fuck you mean.
I don't know, I realized pretty early on that it wasn't just these tools that Dad valued so much.
It was you.
Your gift.
I thought that, if that diamond was in there, that meant that he thought I was capable of more than just looking out for you.
It wasn't a guess, got it.
I will never forget what you did for me.
I mean, you saved my life.
Come on, man, we wouldn't have been in that situation if it wasn't for me Just stop, stop.
For once in your life, just accept a thank you.
Yeah, I'm not great at that, I guess.
It's Elsa or the Little Mermaid.
Elsa's in Frozen, they're the same thing.
No, no, I said the Little Mermaid! No, you said Elsa Okay, fine, you are gonna do all your reading, and you're not gonna get to What? The-the door.
I closed it.
- Remember? You watched me? - I remember.
You wait right here.
Where are you going? Where are you going? Right here.
Right here.
You don't come on that boat unless I call for you.
You don't come on that boat unless I call for you.
You understand? You understand? [GRUNTS WITH IMPACT] [GRUNTS WITH IMPACT] [ROARS IN PAIN] [ROARS IN PAIN] [MAN SCREAMING] [MAN SCREAMING] Die! Die! Fuckin' die! Fuckin' die! [SCREAMING IN PAIN AND COMBAT] [SCREAMING IN PAIN AND COMBAT] [SCREAMING] [SCREAMING] [GASPING] [GASPING] It'll take more than that, motherfucker! It'll take more than that, motherfucker! Palesa! Palesa! Come get your things! Come get your things! You take that gun off my daughter.
You take that gun off my daughter.
Easy, whoa Easy, whoa You no longer give the orders.
You no longer give the orders.
I'm scared, Mama.
I'm scared, Mama.
It's okay, it's gonna be okay.
It's okay, it's gonna be okay.
That's right, little one.
That's right, little one.
As long as your mother does what I tell her to do, As long as your mother does what I tell her to do, nothing will happen to you.
nothing will happen to you.
Your gun.
Your gun.
When you stole my diamonds from the Greens, When you stole my diamonds from the Greens, I didn't come after you, Femi.
I didn't come after you, Femi.
I left you alone.
I left you alone.
Only because you couldn't find me.
Only because you couldn't find me.
I didn't look for you! I didn't look for you! Then what the fuck are you doing Then what the fuck are you doing up here in Canada? up here in Canada? It's where the fucking boat is, Femi! It's where the fucking boat is, Femi! I came here to hide out! I came here to hide out! I came here to lie low! I came here to lie low! Jesus.
Jesus.
All of you, All of you, listen to me, listen to me, this is your one chance to end this now, this is your one chance to end this now, without judgment, and without punishment.
without judgment, and without punishment.
Any of you who join me now Any of you who join me now and kill this traitor, this piece of shit, and kill this traitor, this piece of shit, I will reward.
I will reward.
Any of you that don't will die.
Any of you that don't will die.
I promise you that.
I promise you that.
[LAUGHS] [LAUGHS] I guess I made a better offer.
I guess I made a better offer.
You'll pay for this.
You'll pay for this.
Maybe.
Maybe.
But not today.
But not today.
Get back on the boat.
Get back on the boat.
No.
No.
Move.
Move.
Come on.
Come on.
At least he taught you something.
At least he taught you something.
What do you mean? What do you mean? He taught you to be The Man.
He taught you to be The Man.
I was gonna be the guy in the back, I was gonna be the guy in the back, and you were gonna be the shiny thing out front, and you were gonna be the shiny thing out front, holding it all down.
holding it all down.
Yeah, but he never trusted me, Yeah, but he never trusted me, not really.
not really.
What do you how can you say that? What do you how can you say that? What do you mean? What do you mean? Take the will.
Take the will.
I mean, he gave equal shares to you, me, I mean, he gave equal shares to you, me, Sarah, and Willow.
Sarah, and Willow.
Yeah? Yeah? And then he makes Ava the guardian of Willow's shares.
And then he makes Ava the guardian of Willow's shares.
Well, like, you know, Well, like, you know, I think he was just trying to look out for Willow, I think he was just trying to look out for Willow, make sure she was taken care of make sure she was taken care of Why not me? Why not me? To make Ava the sole guardian of her shares? To make Ava the sole guardian of her shares? I mean, come on I mean, come on You're divorced, he had to choose one of you You're divorced, he had to choose one of you He wrote the fuckin' will seven years ago.
He wrote the fuckin' will seven years ago.
We've been divorced for two.
We've been divorced for two.
I mean, no, he knew I was gonna fuck up my marriage.
I mean, no, he knew I was gonna fuck up my marriage.
Well Well I'm sure he didn't mean anything by it.
I'm sure he didn't mean anything by it.
Uh-uh Uh-uh [CHUCKLES RUEFULLY] [CHUCKLES RUEFULLY] You know, he didn't have a heart attack.
You know, he didn't have a heart attack.
What? Who? What? Who? Boaz.
Boaz.
No, Dad traded him to Ira Goldschmidt No, Dad traded him to Ira Goldschmidt for that Caddy that he drove all the time, for that Caddy that he drove all the time, the gold one? the gold one? I remember this! I remember this! For the gold Caddy.
For the gold Caddy.
Aw, fuck, he loved that car.
Aw, fuck, he loved that car.
He also made a bet with Ira He also made a bet with Ira about you cutting that stone.
about you cutting that stone.
Oh, yeah? Oh, yeah? [CHUCKLES] Fuck.
[CHUCKLES] Fuck.
I was 12 years old, and he bet on it.
I was 12 years old, and he bet on it.
I cut the shit out of it.
What did he win? I cut the shit out of it.
What did he win? He bet against me? He bet against me? Just like me and the will.
Just like me and the will.
It's like he always seemed to bet against us, right? It's like he always seemed to bet against us, right? Such an asshole.
Such an asshole.
But I fuckin' miss him.
But I fuckin' miss him.
Man, I Man, I It's fucked up, but It's fucked up, but It's not fucked up.
It's not fucked up.
It's like I want to fuckin' hate him.
It's like I want to fuckin' hate him.
I just can't.
I just can't.
I know.
I know.
I'm sorry I wasted your time.
I'm sorry I wasted your time.
Ah, come on, you don't waste my time.
Ah, come on, you don't waste my time.
Look, you know, Look, you know, we've got some very nifty weapons we've got some very nifty weapons if we ever get attacked by a village of Amish people.
if we ever get attacked by a village of Amish people.
I don't think they'll want anything from us.
I don't think they'll want anything from us.
Ah, you know, if we get cold, Ah, you know, if we get cold, we can start a nice fire we can start a nice fire Hmm Hmm What is this? What is this? Do we own a mine in Venezuela? Do we own a mine in Venezuela? Oh, my God, this is what Pieter was after.
Oh, my God, this is what Pieter was after.
Wait Wait It-it's still in our name? It-it's still in our name? I mean, this is the deed, so I mean, this is the deed, so Is it producing? Is it producing? We could go there and find out.
We could go there and find out.
Well, we've just established we have no money, Well, we've just established we have no money, so I'm not sure how we're going to do that.
so I'm not sure how we're going to do that.
[KEYS JINGLE] [KEYS JINGLE] You're going to sell the Audi? You're going to sell the Audi? This is worth some money.
This is worth some money.
What do you say? What do you say? You in? You in? You're making a big mistake, Femi.
You're making a big mistake, Femi.
I don't think so.
I don't think so.
Well, we'll see.
Well, we'll see.
No.
No.
I'll see.
I'll see.
Because you'll be dead, and I'll be the Boss.
Because you'll be dead, and I'll be the Boss.
You don't have the brains.
You don't have the brains.
[LAUGHS] [LAUGHS] You don't need them when you have the guns.
You don't need them when you have the guns.
Every man should know his limitations.
Every man should know his limitations.
[BEEPS CAR ALARM REMOTE] [BEEPS CAR ALARM REMOTE] [ENGINE REVVING] [ENGINE REVVING] Jump! Jump! Jump! Jump! [GUNFIRE RATTLING] [GUNFIRE RATTLING] Oi! Oi! Listen, you've spoiled me.
Listen, you've spoiled me.
After that flight, After that flight, I'm never gonna wanna travel any other way.
I'm never gonna wanna travel any other way.
Well, we get this right, you won't have to.
Well, we get this right, you won't have to.
You got it all? You got it all? Yeah.
Yeah.
Ah [CHUCKLING] Ah [CHUCKLING] Hello, my loves.
Hello, my loves.
- The crew? - Bottom of the Pacific.
- The crew? - Bottom of the Pacific.
They're shark food by now.
They're shark food by now.
You did well, son.
You did well, son.
Thanks, Dad.
Thanks, Dad.
Very well.
Very well.
Let's sell these fucking stones.
Let's sell these fucking stones.
[SCREAMING IN ANGUISH AND RAGE] [SCREAMING IN ANGUISH AND RAGE]