Just Add Magic (2015) s01e10 Episode Script

Just Add Memories

Previously on "Just Add Magic" Hey, Kell.
Was this your grandfather? Isn't that the exact same picture your grandma has? Creepy.
It's all in here? Yes.
Everything you asked for.
Don't worry.
We'll figure this out.
Grandma? Grandma.
What are you doing? No, it's okay.
It's okay.
It's okay.
What a mess.
Sorry, I was just-- testing out the strength of the trash bag.
And we're good.
Kelly, I know it was Grandma.
She did the same thing yesterday.
I didn't want to say anything.
She's not hurting anyone.
But she's not getting any better.
Dad, you don't understand-- I do.
I do.
I keep going over everything in my head.
One morning, she was fine, and the next it was as if a light had gone out.
Yeah.
It was sudden.
Too sudden.
It doesn't make sense.
I don't know.
There were probably signs.
We just missed them.
"Sunday, the 13th.
Something's wrong with Grandma.
" So her last good day must have been Saturday, the 12th.
"Great news.
I made the summer league starting line up, "and Jenny rolled her ankle, "so Darbie gets to start, too.
"Is it wrong to be happy about that?" Darbie: Yes.
I lost us the game.
Can either of you remember anything from Grandma's last good day? I can't remember what I had for breakfast this morning.
We had waffles.
An hour ago.
Okay, that Saturday, 9 a.
m.
, brush teeth, stretch, meditate.
11 a.
m.
, study session.
Noon, lunch, 2:30, basketball practice, and 4:30, guitar lessons.
Just another normal day.
I don't get it.
What are we missing? I still love when it does that.
"PHO-tographic Memory Soup.
" "Sit quietly with your thoughts, "and remember what you have since forgot.
"But beware, time spent in the past "is time forever lost.
" - Sounds heavy.
- Yeah.
Forever lost is kind of permanent.
If I can access all my memories from Grandma's last good day, maybe I can piece together what happened.
The recipe calls for Taurian coriander and Livonian star anise.
Taurian coriander.
Try saying that three times fast.
So we're doing this.
We missed something.
And I intend to find out what.
I've never heard of this recipe before, but it sounds dangerous.
Anything involving the past can be tricky.
If there's a clue to what or who cursed my grandma in the past, it's worth the risk.
Of course.
We need to do what we can to bring Becky back.
Mama P.
Who's that boy? Oh, just an old friend.
But Kelly's grandma, Miss Silvers and you all have the exact same photo.
He had nothing to do with Becky's curse.
Some things are better left in the past.
Come on, out.
We're very busy today.
I just think it's weird.
Why was Mama P so sensitive about the photo? I don't know.
But he looks way too cool to have been hanging out with them.
Not that your grandma wasn't cool.
It's odd, but Mama P must have her reasons for not telling us about it.
Maybe it's too painful.
Chuck.
What? That's the name of the boy.
Chuck Hankins.
I put the photo in a reverse image search engine, and I found an old news article.
It's from 1965.
"Local boy Chuck Hankins was last seen at the Pluot Festival.
" "He's been missing a week and police still have no leads.
" He went missing? "Photo courtesy of Willy Thompson.
" I know him.
I returned his baseball to him when we made the Lost and Foundue.
We have to go talk to him.
Hey.
- Hey, Jake.
- Hi.
What's wrong? I'm sick.
Stay back.
No offense.
No.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how do you feel? Dead.
It's just a cold.
Just a cold? There's no known cure for a cold.
That's why I need you guys to make me something from the magic cookbook.
Not a good idea.
The side effects could be worse than the cold.
I get it.
I guess I'll just have to power through.
I mean, just because I'm suffering doesn't mean my customers have to miss out on my overstuffed fajita pitas, or my Jake Frito burritos.
I'd help you, but Kelly needs me.
Like you needed me to steal back the cookbook? Be your inside man and help you break into Mama P's? Jake.
- Come on, I really-- - That could have gone on my permanent record.
Well, when you put it like that, maybe I could help with the lunch rush, and be right back.
Good idea.
This is something I have to do alone anyway.
It's my memories I have to access.
In that case, I'll track down Willy Thompson.
Despite what Mama P's telling us, I think there's more to Chuck's story.
- Who's Chuck? - I'll tell you on the way.
Just walk on the other side of the street.
Let's do this.
Grandma's last good day.
Kelly: Grandma.
She's her old self.
It worked.
All these details.
So overwhelming.
My head hurts.
Whoa.
Okay.
Let's try this again.
Such a beautiful day.
Let's take a walk and talk a little.
Kelly: I can't.
I have to work on my jump shot.
Coach is deciding the starting line up today.
You wanted to talk.
What did you want to tell me? Okay.
Maybe later.
Scott: Kelly.
Kelly: What does he want? - Scott: Hello.
- Kelly: Wait.
- Kelly: He's not talking.
- Scott: Earth to Kelly.
Kelly: Where's that coming from? Scott: Hello.
Oh.
What's up? Wow.
You were really zoned out there.
Sorry, I-- Did you need something? I'm taking your brother to soccer practice.
I'll be back.
But it's not even noon yet.
It's almost 1:00.
It's been an hour? Are you okay? Yeah, I just lost track of time.
I'll be in my room eating soup if you need me.
That's weird, but okay.
Hey, Hannah.
Hannah: I spoke to Willy Thompson.
He'll meet us at Corky's Diner in an hour.
Great.
I'll be there.
I'll take one with no cheese.
They all have cheese.
Just scrape it off.
I'll be right back.
No touching the Jake burritos.
You have to be nicer.
In business, the customer's always right.
Always? Even when they're wrong? One bad review online, and Jake's food bike could face serious setbacks.
All right.
I get it.
Cover your mouth.
Would you like me to scrape the cheese off for you? That would be great.
Thank you.
No problem.
And by the way, tips are welcome.
Kelly: Grandma, hurry.
It's time to go.
Okay.
Kelly, have you seen my laptop charger? Kelly: No.
Where did I put it? Kelly: It's right there.
How did we not see that? Grandma: I know exactly where it is.
Both: The last place you used it.
Not helping, Mom.
- Just sayin'.
- Kelly: Can we go now? If I'm late, I'll have to run laps.
Kelly: Why was I so rude? You just wanted to help Dad.
Oh.
Here we go.
Found it.
- Thanks, Mom.
- Uh-huh.
Kelly: Grandma, come on.
Coming.
Let's play hooky.
Kelly: Blow off practice? Yeah, we'll spend the day together.
Kelly: I can't.
If I'm not at practice, I won't get to start in the game next week.
Okay.
I get it.
Let's get you to practice.
Kelly: I should have spent the day with her.
What was I thinking? Wait a second.
Is that Miss Silvers? What was she doing there? And what's that in her hand? It looks like the wooden box of spices we found in the attic.
Kelly: Not now? What did she mean? Why did Miss Silvers bring Grandma the box of spices? Kelly: Hello? Are you almost here? What do you mean? You were supposed to meet me at the diner.
- Diner? - Corky's.
I don't remember that.
Are you okay? Yeah, I just forgot.
Sorry.
Oh, no.
This is the side effect.
Time forever lost? You're forgetting things.
I don't think you should be doing this alone.
I'm losing you, Hannah.
Bad connection.
- Mr.
Thompson.
- Yes? My name is Hannah Parker Kent.
Well, that's an important sounding name.
Now, you wanted to ask an old man about an old photo? I never said old.
I was just kidding.
I have a few questions about Chuck Hankins.
What's this for again? Oh, uh I'm doing a story for the school newspaper about the 50th annual Pluot Festival.
You took this photo.
Did you know Chuck? Know him? He was my best friend.
Okay, people.
That's it.
We're all sold out.
See ya tomorrow.
Well, not me.
Well, that was harder than I thought.
You can go home and sleep now.
Mm-mm.
We still have my shift at Mama P's.
Mama P's? Yeah, that place that I helped you break into.
How can I help you? I'll have the oat bran muffin, please.
Ooh, not my favorite thing on the menu.
Great work, Darbie, but we try not to insult our own food.
But the oat bran muffin tastes like sandpaper.
Mm.
We aren't allowed to eat the food.
Are you allowed to have other people do your job for you? I think my free-throw's getting better.
Two out of ten ain't bad.
Well, statistically speaking, it's not exactly good.
But it's an improvement over last week.
Kelly: Dad, where's Grandma? That's right.
Grandma was supposed to pick us up from practice.
She had to run an errand.
But we walked home.
Where did she go? Let's go up to your room.
Scott: Kelly.
Kelly, have you seen my charger? No, sorry.
Actually, check under the couch.
You usually leave it there.
Thanks.
Yeah, I'll do that.
You plannin' on coming out of your room today? It's 4:00.
I've been thinking about Grandma's last good day.
She wanted to spend time with me, and I blew her off.
Oh, honey.
You can't go down that road.
But if I had just talked to her, - then maybe she-- - There's nothing you could have done.
You said we missed something.
And I'm trying to figure out-- There's no way we could have known she was gonna get sick.
Okay? We just need to focus on how we can help her now.
Come here.
When is our shift going to be over? About a half hour.
But we have to baby sit my cousins after that.
Oh, no.
I'm not doing that with you.
- Cancel it.
- No way.
I can't leave my aunt in a lurch.
Plus, she pays well.
Not my problem.
But you owe me.
I scraped cheese for you.
We're even.
Okay, I give in.
I'll use the cookbook and make you something for your cold.
But you can't tell Kelly or Hannah.
Won't say a word.
What are you gonna make? It's a surprise.
I'll be back.
Now, then, where were we? You were telling me about Chuck.
Right.
Chuck was a real prankster.
Always messin' around with people.
Once, he Superglued my glasses to my face.
That sounds painful.
I hope he got grounded for that.
Grounded? Well, he didn't have anybody to look out for him, so he just grew up wild.
I read that he disappeared at the Pluot Festival.
What do you think happened? I don't know.
It was all so strange.
One minute he's on the Ferris wheel, and then the next, he wasn't.
So he got on the Ferris wheel, but he never got off? I know it sounds crazy, but that's what happened.
Obviously, he got off, but I didn't see him.
Do you think he ran away? Doesn't make sense to me.
It was a normal Saturday night.
Chuck was goofin' around, we were all having fun.
So nothing out of the ordinary happened? Well, there was some drama with this girl, but, uh, that wasn't unusual with Chuck.
He was a real heartbreaker.
What happened? Well, he was sort of goin' with this girl named Gina.
She got all upset-- Wait a minute.
Gina, like, Gina Silvers? Yeah, that's her.
She was sweet on Chuck, and Chuck went and brought Rebecca to the festival.
Who's Rebecca? Rebecca Patterson.
She was the last person to see Chuck on the Ferris wheel.
Do you know where I could find her? I think she married Jim Quinn.
They settled down across town years ago.
Wait.
Rebecca Patterson is Becky Quinn? Kelly's grandma.
Mmm.
This is good.
What is it? Cold-curing chicken noodle soup with Werpo salt.
Any side effects? Nope.
The spell will wear off in 24 hours, but by then, your cold should be better anyway.
You sure? 'Cause I feel smarter than usual.
Energetic.
I have my next great idea.
Ramen doughnuts.
Sounds kind of gross.
Remember, you can't tell Kelly and Hannah about this.
It'll be our secret.
Thanks.
Man, I feel so good.
This stuff works fast.
You can take off.
So we're even? Hey, friends don't keep score.
Mm-mm.
Oh.
Hannah, what are you doing here? I know about Chuck.
What do you think you know? That he mysteriously disappeared at the Pluot Festival, that Kelly's grandma was the last person to see him, and that Miss Silvers felt betrayed by them.
It's true.
Chuck was Gina's first love.
But he was more interested in Becky.
Why didn't you tell us? I didn't want to speak ill of Becky in front of Kelly.
It wasn't her finest hour.
Kelly has enough to deal with without dredging up ancient teenage drama.
But maybe it has something to do with the present.
Chuck didn't run away.
He disappeared into thin air.
There's only one explanation for that.
Magic.
You think Gina cursed Chuck.
Yes, and I think she cursed Becky, too.
I don't know.
50 years is a long time to wait to get your revenge.
Then again, Gina was never the same after Chuck disappeared.
One more time.
I'm so close.
The next time I saw Grandma was that night.
Kelly: Wow.
Something was wrong with Grandma.
And why did she have mud on her shoes? She looked upset.
- Kelly: Hi, Grandma.
- Hey, Kell.
I'm starting in the basketball game next week.
Congratulations.
I'll have to pick up some face paint for the game.
What is that? A leaf? I wouldn't go that far, Grandma, but maybe we can do lunch after the game like you wanted? Oh, that would be nice.
I'll be there.
I'll be there.
Becky: Oh, that would be nice.
I'll be there.
I'll be there.
Kelly: What's that? I'll be there.
Hannah: Kelly.
Darbie: Wake up.
- Hannah: Kelly.
- Becky: I'll be there.
You have to come back.
Kelly.
What are you guys doing here? It's nighttime.
You've been in here all day.
Kelly, we're worried about you.
I'm fine.
What's going on? Jake's feeling better.
What's wrong with Jake? He was sick.
Don't you remember? I remembered so much.
Miss Silvers came over to give Grandma a box of spices.
She wanted to talk to Grandma, but she told her not now.
It gets weirder.
Grandma was supposed to pick us up from-- from basketball practice that day, but she couldn't because she had to run an errand, and-- and when she got home, she had a-- a leaf on her jacket, and a piece of paper in her jacket pocket.
Kelly, you're scaring us.
But I got to see her again, and-- and she talked to me just like old times.
You have to stop.
What did you do that for? You're forgetting things.
You forgot to meet me at the diner.
And you forgot that Jake was sick.
You lost a whole day, Kelly.
This is the price, and it's not worth it.
But I got to talk to her and-- and she was normal and she hugged me.
- Kelly.
- It's okay.
I think she never forgave her for stealing Chuck.
I knew Miss Silvers cursed Grandma.
This just proves it.
Wait a second.
You said the paper was in her jacket pocket.
Maybe it's still there.
Great idea.
I'm full of them today.
Here it is.
It looks like it got wet.
It's faded.
Yeah, I can't read it.
Wait, I recognize it.
That orange stripe.
It's from the Cedros Forest.
The north campgrounds.
My dad takes me there all the time.
Why would Grandma go there? It's awesome.
They have river rafting and horseback riding.
Not the point.
We know what we need to do.
We do? We have to go to the Cedros Forest.