Lilyhammer (2011) s03e04 Episode Script

The Mind is Like a Monkey

I've wanted to be a ski jumper for as long as I can remember.
Roar, look.
Did you see that landing, bro? Jens Weissflog, Matti Nykänen, Per Bergerud.
All I wanted was to be like those guys.
For me, being a ski jumper was better than being prime minister of Norway.
TRIAL JUMPER It was a chance for a guy like me to be somebody.
One of the ones who get noticed.
One of those who flew.
Torgeir! Say hello to your brother.
- Nice jump.
- Thank you.
- So what do you think, guys? - It's the crow from FÃ¥berg! The crow from FÃ¥berg! But dreams are fragile.
Just like necks.
They can take a blow.
NORWEGIAN LABOR AND WELFARE Hi.
Torgeir Lien? I'm Jan Johansen.
- Torgeir Lien.
- Nice to meet you.
Come on in.
There's one thing I've learned about dreams.
They never die.
Welcome to this mindfulness workshop.
Has everybody got a chili nut? This is the first nut you've ever seen.
Look at the nut.
Smell the nut.
The nut is a part of me.
I am a part of the cosmos.
I hate to be the party pooper, but what exactly is the point of this exercise? You're supposed to eat the nut-- Let's allow Olafsen to do his thing.
We're paying 30,000 krone for this.
Thirty thousand to learn how to eat nuts? It's not about nuts, Roy.
It's about how to use your mind.
How to deal with stuff.
Exactly.
Nicely put, Torgeir.
You see? Picture yourself in a Buddhist monastery, together with a stressed version of me.
We meet Lakshiri, a Tibetan monk.
Lakshiri says.
Who was that? To build the focus of our presentation group.
- Hi.
- Well, hi there! I just heard the big news.
Yes, it'll be nice to get out.
The way things turned out, I guess no other outcome could be expected.
It sure is a good thing we figured out that I wasn't the killer.
Another feather in the cap of the mental health service.
I don't think of it like that, Jan, but I'm glad I could be of assistance.
Am I talking to the therapist or the woman now? I thought your treatment had put an end to that kind of behavior.
I'm sorry.
We inmates don't adapt too well to normal life.
Yes.
- Take care, Jan.
- I will.
Johansen, yes.
Actually, Muhammad Ali is my real name now.
Good.
Come with us.
And who might you be? We're your probation officers in the wild.
Is that so? We're the ones who will help you get back on your feet.
- I see.
- Just come with us.
- Should I help you with that? - Yes, please.
This is great service.
- Thank you.
- Indeed.
Lillehammer is the same as it was in 1994 in regard to the weather and skiing conditions Henrik Njå? - Are you on drugs? - All right.
Calm down.
Are you going to let him? You can't be serious! One day you'll get the chance.
Don't worry.
So where are we going? Oslo.
Okay.
So you work across counties, then? We work across most things.
Your car is very expensive considering you work in the work in the Hello? Asylum! I need church asylum! Hello? Mullah, say hello to Jesus for me! Take us to Johnny Henriksen.
I'm just a Labor and Welfare worker on a leave of absence who has found Allah.
No.
No, please! No! No! No! No, no, no, no! What are you? Sorry.
Wait a minute.
What does he want now? - He wants it further up.
- Let's just go home.
Be strong, brother.
Soon we'll have enough money to open the smoothie bar.
You and that smoothie bar! When are you going to let go of that pie in the sky? The smoothie bar is not a pie in the sky.
And I'll never stop dreaming.
You hear me? You have to believe in it.
Artscape, Oppland.
Hey, guys! It has been 20 years since we hosted our own Olympics in Lillehammer.
Our reporter, Jarle Andre Mikkelsen, met Belinda Kamp, who was a performer at the opening ceremony.
She was offered 100,000 Norwegian krone to sell her costume, but wanted to wait until it was worth more.
As you can see, I've still got it here 20 years later.
Belinda shows us around her living room in Lillehammer We're celebrating that Roar was cast in an international TV show.
We're going to Rio tomorrow.
It will be awesome! This is my last chance to see Alex.
No worries.
Gabriel says that no policeman will touch a telenovela star.
What are your thoughts on cloudberry yogurt and cranberry juice? Think that would be good? Shut your pie hole and focus on pulling.
How much further? Only 300 more meters, brother.
Belinda let me in.
You have no idea how hard it was there.
On the inside.
Always good for a laugh! I actually expected you to be happier, now that I've tied up all the loose ends.
It's a gray area, ethically speaking, I admit.
Maybe I could give a contribution to make sure Dag's final time at the hospital is dignified.
I'm excited to see my cabin again.
It's the guy from the neighboring cabin.
Well, well.
Back again, Johnny.
Maybe you'd like to lie down or something? I buried the money, so I guess it'll take a minute to THE DOOR IS OPEN What the hell is that smell? Have I ever told you your green eyes light up my life? Oh, my dear, you don't have to be afraid.
It is all over.
I hope you're right.
I will give you the world and everything that comes with it! I have a surprise for you.
My love for you is deeper than the Mariana Trench.
As long as you're by my side, the sun will never go down.
Oh, Mario! This is too good to be true! Yes, it is indeed too good to be true.
Who's he? You look like That's right.
I'm Kurt Schwitter Rossi.
The son of Rossi, Hector Rossi.
You're my stepmother, and you're the son of a bitch who killed my father.
Enjoy the poison.
Oh, no! The wine.
My dear, Mario.
Mario, no! My love! No hitting.
I said, no hitting! Don't hit that motherfucker! Let's go now.
That's enough.
Come here, Blondie.
Go get dressed.
That idiot has returned.
Shut up! I'm trying to watch my soap opera.
Is he stupid or what? Really stupid.
Hello there.
Thank you for waking my chickens.
Take this.
The 20th anniversary of the best winter Olympic games ever is about to start.
We do apologize to our complainers at the waffle stands, as there are no gluten-free alternatives.
- Torgeir, hold your stomach in.
- I am.
- It's way too tight.
- Ouch! You're not trying hard enough.
That hurts! Stop it! What the hell is going on here? I told you not to wash it at 30 degrees.
They're waiting for you.
I washed it by hand! It's not my fault you've gained weight around your hips.
Gained weight? I'm fucking skin and bones over here! Arne has a point.
You've gotten curvier lately.
Guys! You two, shut up! You, sit down! Torgeir needs peace and quiet to get into competition mode.
Yes.
- Okay.
- All right, leave.
- Hurry up! - I said, leave! I worked all night for you.
Hey, buddy, can you please bring a drink for my friend? I'm sorry.
Your friend stinks.
You have to leave.
Don't you know who he is? Yes, and he still smells.
Now leave.
Thanks.
Bye.
Hey.
Aren't you the guys from The Half-Sister? Right.
He's the actor.
I'm the writer.
I'm going to an afterparty nearby.
Want to come? Let's go.
It looks like we're having some technical problems.
We kindly ask you all to have some patience.
Great.
How did you do it? I had to take off everything that was underneath.
The friction is killing me.
- What's the time? - Don't know.
Well, there he is.
He complained about his suit, but the problem is probably in his head.
Take a sip.
Torgeir this is what you have dreamt of all your life.
- I guess so.
- Well, I think it's kind of cool.
Yeah, and kind of sexy as well.
Yeah? Is there anything I can do for you? Anything.
Anything? My coach used to say that there are three kinds of jumps.
The failed ones where you think about the outcome.
- He's going.
- He's going now.
The good ones where you think about the task at hand.
And the fantastic ones where you don't think of a damn thing.
Where God grabs you by the neck and carries you through the air.
I never understood what he meant by that last one.
Not until today.
We're not stupid tourists you can rob.
I know the people running these streets.
Shut up, crackhead! What the fuck did you just call me? I can't believe we still work for this jerk.
Don't forget the dream, brother.
Dreams are for people like him.
Not for people like us.