Northern Rescue (2019) s01e03 Episode Script

Sarah's Stuff

1 So this therapist, turns out she's all right.
She walked me through the seven stages of grief.
Shock, pain, anger I know that one well.
bargaining, depression upward turn, rebuild Not even close to that one yet.
and acceptance.
Did I hook up with you last night? We hooked up about 20 years ago, I think.
Oh, yeah, I remember.
You, um You go to Penn? My boyfriend does.
You got a boyfriend, huh? Mm-hmm.
That's not good.
When he wears his hair like this, I can't resist him.
Mom, it's my turn to pick movie night and Maddie won't let me.
That's because your taste in movies sucks.
Story of our lives.
Maybe if we're very quiet, they'll think we moved out.
Can you please tell her it's my turn? No, it's not.
He picked it last week.
Good morning.
Go away.
- Don't forget to close the door.
- No.
Thank you.
It never ends.
Where were we? I'm always doing everything around here.
I'm sick of it.
If I don't get my words in, I'm not going to win.
It's just a spelling bee, Tay.
How do you spell "idiot"? - S-C-O-U-T.
- I-D-I-O Oh, my God.
Calm down, you're gonna do fine.
Do you want me to help you? I could test you.
Hey.
What's all the racket? - They've been fighting all morning.
- Surprise, surprise.
- Come on, Scout, clean it up.
- What? Maddie dropped it.
- Listen to Dad.
- Maddie, help your brother.
I can't, I'm helping Taylor.
Now, please.
Thank you.
Do you guys always have to make so much noise in the morning? You're louder than Maddie's snoring.
I don't snore.
- It's like a chainsaw, Maddie, seriously.
- It's really bad.
Just like your Papa.
Charming.
Catachresis.
- C-A-T-A-C-H-R-E-S-I-S.
- Spelling bee.
Pretty cool.
Aunt Charlie says the moving pod's here.
All right! - Let's do it! - Wait for me.
Come on! - All right.
- Yes, our stuff! - You got that? - Got it.
I got this one.
This is heavy.
- Go for it.
- My bike.
Your bicycle! This is so small for me now.
- Scout! - He's carrying your stuff.
Drop it on there.
What do we got here? Ah! Video games.
What my therapist didn't tell me is sometimes you can experience all seven stages in a single second.
Maddie? What's up? It just washes over you.
Right now, denial seems to be my favorite.
- You two are such morons.
- Do not call me a moron.
If the shoe fits.
What do shoes have to do with it, Taylor? Did you hit your head in wrestling or something? Guys, guys.
What are we fighting about now? They're fighting over who gets what of Mom's stuff.
There's so much stuff there, guys.
I promise you can take whatever you want.
Taylor, that's very, very sweet, but there's a lot of stuff.
Too much, in fact.
I think what your mother would want is if we kept the most meaningful stuff, and then we gave the rest away to some super cool charity.
- I think that's a beautiful idea.
- Yeah.
What? No, I'm not gonna let you give away Mom's things.
Yeah, there's no way, okay? No, I'm saying is you can keep whatever you want.
We just can't keep all of it.
Sorry.
- Dad's right.
- Shut up, Maddie.
- We know you don't care.
- Scout.
How about a vote? Cool.
Let's vote.
Hands up for keeping all of Mom's stuff.
That's two votes for dusty boxes in the attic.
Who thinks we should keep the most meaningful stuff and then give the rest away to a great cause? - I think it's stupid.
- Of course.
It's just stuff.
Get rid of it.
Aunt Charlie? Oh, I don't want to get in the middle of this, but, um, I think we keep what's meaningful and we donate the rest.
Sorry, Taylor, it's 3-2.
This isn't fair.
- Sweetie - Not cool, Dad.
Guys, come on.
I said you could keep whatever you want.
I can't win with these three.
All right, it's just through here.
Yeah, just right over here, guys.
It has been a while.
I used to come out here all the time when I was a boy.
Let's go.
This brush isn't gonna clear itself.
Here, toss your gear in here.
Impediment.
I-M-P Hey! Hey, what's the rush? It's why they invented a second bell.
- Eyes up, idiot.
- I'm the idiot? If you're waiting for me to care, you better pack a lunch.
It's gonna be a while.
How original.
I get it.
You're jealous.
Now move.
Heard you were trying out for the wrestling team.
I can't see it being much of a tryout if you're on the team.
Well, it will be, douche.
It will be.
Okay, guys, I want you to gather around over here, okay? I want to teach you a little something about fire safety.
Come on over so you can hear.
Okay.
Now who knows what a controlled burn is? Helps reduce fuel buildup and decreases the possibility of a bigger, hotter fire.
My dad's a fireman.
Okay, that's a little bit more of a detailed explanation than I was expecting, but, yes, very good, Simon.
Now, I'm gonna show you my secret to the perfect campfire.
Okay, gather some brush.
The brown stuff, not the green stuff, all right? Something that's gonna burn easy.
That's what we need just to get it started.
Good, good.
Just get it over there by the pit.
All right.
Okay, here we go.
Come on now! It's not gonna build itself, kids.
You? I completely forgot you existed.
But, like an STD, you are back.
You are honestly the rudest person I have ever met.
Oh, seriously? Get over it.
Do you really not care? Nope, not really.
Are we done? For now.
Oh, that looks good, guys.
We're gonna have a great dinner.
I can feel it.
Dad, are you okay? Oh, no, I think I just sprained it.
It's okay.
It's okay.
Oh! Oh.
Okay, I think I might have done more than sprained it.
Let's take the sand and put the fire out.
Hmm.
Preliminary reports looks like faulty electrical.
So how long before I can rebuild? Ah, shouldn't be too long.
Waiting for a few more reports to come in, then we can cut you that check.
Okay.
Hold on.
Alex Turner? He's my ex-boyfriend.
What about him? We'll need his signature.
Why? It's my house.
I get it, but his name is on the policy, so unless he signs off, we can't release the check.
You're kidding me.
Please, tell me you're kidding me.
Afraid not.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
Hey.
Coffee? Yeah.
Please, yes.
Yes, please.
You okay? Well, considering my house burnt down, I'm living in a trailer that smells like an armpit and I can't get my insurance claim until I deal with some stuff I'm great.
What kind of stuff? I don't want to get into it.
Listen, Char, I just I wanted to say, you know, I'm sorry about the other night.
Me too.
You're a great dad.
Thanks.
And I do care, regardless of whatever Sarah said.
I can only imagine what you two talked about.
Yeah, you don't want to know that.
No.
So we're okay? We're good.
Cool.
Tell me what's going on.
Uh my house.
Despite the fact that I technically own, or owned it, I found out that the insurance policy is with Alex.
Alex? - No, the ex The hockey guy? - Mm-hmm.
Both names on the policy.
I thought we weren't allowed to say the "A" word.
We're not.
But I need him to sign.
And? And it's been five years.
Do you even know where he is? Oh, God, I don't know.
Possibly Czech Republic playing hockey, but, regardless, if he doesn't sign you got a permanent roommate.
Call him.
- Now? - Yeah, now.
I can't.
I don't have my phone.
Try your back pocket.
- Oh.
- Ta-da! All right.
Okay, here goes.
Hey, it's Alex.
Do the thing.
Do the thing.
Hey Alex.
Alex, it's, um it's Charlie.
I I, uh, I need to talk to you about something important, so, um, if you could just call me back when you when you get this, that'd be great.
Just call me when you get When you gen when you can.
Okay.
All right, bye.
- That was weird.
Was that weird? - What was that? I don't know.
Cupcake? - Thank you.
- You're welcome.
Anything? I get the occasional bar, but none of my calls are going through.
Did any of you guys get sneaky and bring your phones? - You said no electronics.
- Wow.
And you actually listened? Damn.
Sorry.
Okay.
All right.
All right.
Okay, okay, okay.
Okay, I'm not going anywhere on this ankle.
Yeah, okay, Dad, I can get help, okay? Yeah, that's a good idea.
Okay, listen up.
Look, I'm really sorry, but we have to cut the trip short, okay? - Remember how to get there? - Yeah, easy.
Okay, when you get to the road and you get a signal, you dial 911.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Get your bags, go on.
Go, get out of here.
Go.
Oh, come on.
Ah! Oh! Okay.
Your dad's not much of an outdoorsman, is he? Well, he tries.
He thinks he's Bear Grylls even when he cuts the grass.
She was such a bitch.
Came at me out of nowhere.
What do you mean "came at you"? Like she owns the bloody place, with her prissy little car that Daddy bought her.
- I swear, if I see her again - Wait, what kind of car was it? I don't know.
A jeep, baby blue.
- Oh, my God, okay.
- What, do you know her? What are you doing right now? - Don't change the subject.
- No, I'm not.
Trust me, I'm not.
What are you doing right now? I have to study before my next class.
Science and I aren't exactly friends.
Oh, please, nobody uses science anymore.
- Come with me.
- I'm pretty sure science is important.
I'm kidding.
- Okay, where are we going? - It's a surprise.
Here.
I love surprises.
Noted.
Is that her car? Don't freak out.
What the hell is she doing here? - Whoa, whoa, hey What's Princess and the Pea doing here? Maddie, wait.
Look, she's one of my best friends.
- I'm gonna lay you flat on your - Ah-ah-ah.
Look, this this is Maddie.
Wait, like "Maddie' Maddie? The one you haven't stopped talking about - since she got here? - No, yeah, that Maddie.
This is Gwen.
Wait, this is Gwen? I mean, you didn't have to say it like that, but, yes, the one and only.
I've been visualizing the tape on your mouth all morning.
Wow, you're right.
She's so funny.
- I really want to hurt you right now.
- You're gonna love her, I swear.
He's right, you're totally gonna love me.
Alan, please tell me this is important.
Okay, we've got a bit of a situation.
Smoke's been reported up by Cherry Peak.
- Campers? - Well, it's supposed to be a group of inner-city kids from Fairfield in that area, but, I mean, it's probably nothing, just an illegal campfire in the middle of a fire ban.
All right.
I'll check it out.
Send me the location.
And make sure you bring Simmons up to speed.
Done.
I'll keep you posted.
Okay, line it up.
Come on, hustle.
Move! Move! Move! Tryouts begin now.
We've only got a few weeks left until our first meet, so I'm really gonna step up the cardio just to make sure everybody's ready.
And if you need to cut a few pounds, I'm talking less pizza and ice cream, you got it? Yes, Coach.
Great.
Next thing, as hard as you work out here on the mats, I need you to work just as hard on your academics, and I don't want to hear a single complaint from anyone's parents or anyone's teachers.
You got that? - Yes, Coach.
- Great.
We're gonna wrestle off.
You win, you start.
If you lose, you win it back next week.
You got it? Bring it in.
Come on, hustle up.
Bring it in.
All right, win on three.
- One, two, three.
- Win! Okay, let's go.
Let's do this.
Scout, you're up first here.
Jason and Daryl, over here.
Tony and Steve-O, you're on deck.
Yeah.
Wrestle! Okay, that's great.
Oh, my God! Oh! Help! Help! Help me! Help me! Can I just say how sorry I am for honking at you today? - No, you're not.
- Did I at least sound sincere? For an absolute psychopath yeah.
So, what is there to do here besides absolutely nothing? - You're looking at it.
- Yeah.
This is about as exciting as it gets.
So, cool jacket.
Vintage? My mom's.
Let me see it.
She has absolutely no boundaries, does she? Look at you two.
Like two peas in a pod.
- Oh, shut up.
- Shut up.
Tell me I'm wrong.
Whoa.
Cool.
See, feathers are my personal fave and they're trending.
What's this? Oh, that's, um, just my dad's.
I don't I don't know why I have it.
Probably gonna steal this later.
Is that normal? Whoa.
Ah.
Don't think so.
All right, we need Fire and Park Rangers up here ASAP.
This is definitely more than just some campfire.
- Copy that.
- Hey! - Stop! - Hey! You guys okay? Anybody hurt? My dad broke his ankle.
He can't walk.
We're going to get help.
Did you guys have a campfire going on or what? Mr.
Kay was teaching us how to make the perfect campfire, but it's out.
Doesn't look like it now.
No, ,no, no, it wasn't like that when we left.
Oh, my God, my dad's up there.
Don't worry, we'll get him out of here safe, okay.
John, I'm patching you through to Simmons.
Hey, John, are you seeing this smoke? Where you at, buddy? Over.
I'm on MR-9, roughly mile marker 11 with - Jasmine.
- Jasmine and a few of her friends.
She says her father's injured and he can't walk.
How long before the Fire Department responds? Gonna be at least 20 minutes.
I'm not too far from there.
I'm gonna go check it out.
Don't go all cowboy on me.
I'll meet you up there.
Copy that.
- Alan.
- Yeah, boss? I need you to send Sylvie up here to grab these kids, okay? - I'm gonna go meet Simmons.
- Copy that.
Listen, I need you to be real safe, you understand? Stay on the right side on the shoulder.
Another vehicle that looks exactly like mine is on the way.
Her name is Sylvie.
You go with her.
She's gonna take care of you.
Got it? - Okay, but my dad - Don't worry.
We're gonna get him out of here safe.
Let's go.
Be safe.
Stay on the shoulder.
Oh.
- Sorry, I didn't know you were in here.
- Hi.
Oh that's okay.
I was just looking for something.
Did you find it? I did.
I gave this to your mom.
I don't think she ever made a single recipe, but What are you doing? I don't want it.
Maddie, you're gonna want to keep something of your mom's.
Why? Because it's your mom.
That was her jacket.
She wore that all through high school.
You might want to take a trip down memory lane right now, but I don't.
It's just a jacket.
All right, you ready? Wrestle! Nice.
Nice.
You guys see that? Ha! That's how it's done.
Good work, Jason.
Our team is en route.
Estimated arrival time is 20 minutes.
We need exact coordinates.
Copy that.
We're at Bravo Echo Tango, four miles up the road.
SAR-1 arriving now.
Copy that.
Well, this is a real mess, huh? Fire Department's gonna be another 15, 20 minutes.
We got to move.
Hey, grab the fire blanket.
Help! Boy, that is really rolling, huh? Here we go.
We're gonna get you out of here.
Oh, thank God.
I can't walk.
I can't walk! Hey.
A journal.
Sneaky Mom.
Hey, here comes the cavalry.
All right, cool.
Hey, you get your rig out of here so they can get the engines in.
I'll take him to the hospital.
Holy crap.
You made it, jockstrap.
Let's see how long you last.
Yeah.
That's G.
Go to C Yeah, C.
- Ah.
This one.
- Oh.
- Oh, I suck.
- You're not that bad.
You're not.
Oh, you're an angel.
We both know that I suck.
Yeah, D.
- Okay, show me.
- Okay, yeah.
It's easy.
You just got to, you know, practice going between the chords.
I look around Everyone's going crazy What's the rush? What's the hurry? If you play Between the beats of each day You'll never let time get away Did you write that? Uh, well, Maddie wrote the lyrics, but For me? I love it.
Thank you.
Keep going, don't stop.
No, this is it's still your lesson.
I didn't even know you could sing.
Well, it's because I can't.
Oh, Scout, my love, you can sing.
Well, there's a big difference between carrying a tune and singing, but Go on.
It's your turn to practice.
Okay, yeah, here goes Mom.
Yeah.
It was hers.
I know.
She wanted so much to impress you.
Do you ever do you ever try and talk to her? Every day.
Every single day.
Hey, gang.
How's dinner? What happened to you? Couple of campers got in over their head.
Sparked a pretty nasty fire.
1Ooh.
- Is it out? - Is everyone okay? Yeah, everything's cool.
We got lucky.
If the wind shifted direction it could've come down here and taken out half the town.
Who cares? I hate this place.
Agreed.
Mom always talked about how much she loved this place, and I don't get it.
What's not to get? It's a great place to grow up.
Neighbors talk to each other, kids play in the street, people leave their front doors open, the keys in the car.
Well, I'm going back to Boston as soon as I can.
I don't understand.
What's in Boston that you don't have here? Alison.
Shut up.
Just forget I said anything, okay? If you love this place so much, why would you leave? I took a job.
I got my big break, search and rescue down in Boston.
Your mom couldn't come, because at that time, we were sort of on a different path.
She was taking classes, and taking care of her mother, and It wasn't long after that, though, my doorbell rang, and I open the door and who's sitting out on the front porch in a big pile of suitcases, with a smile on her face, saying, "Howdy, roommate" but your gorgeous mama.
- We've already heard this.
- I want to hear it again.
She wasn't there three days, three days, before she beelined into the kitchen, grabbed some aluminum foil, tore off a big sheet, twisted it up into a an engagement ring came back out into the living room got on one knee, and she proposed to me.
She said, "West you are my North.
I love you, I adore you.
I want to spend the rest of my life with you.
I want to make babies with you.
" And the rest, my friends, is history.
So Mom proposed to you.
Yes.
Can you believe that? It sounds exactly like your mom, doesn't it? Yeah.
She proposed to me.
Did you cry? Yeah, we both cried.
A lot.
So, you know, Scout if it's meant to be with this Alison, your paths will cross again at some point down the road.
Just like it did for Mom and I.
And look how that turned out.
Not too bad, right? Um, can I be excused? Hey, so how did wrestling tryouts go? Great, I'm on the team.
- For real? - Yeah.
Yeah.
It was really tough, though.
They're really good.
I got a good feeling about this whole wrestling thing with you, Scout.
Totally gonna elevate your game.
So, Dad, about Mom's stuff, do we really have to give some of it away? You can keep anything and everything you want, you understand? If there's anything left over, we're gonna give it to charity.
That's what your mom would want.
Okay yeah.
So who picked what for movie night? Dad, I bet you five bucks that you won't make it to the end of the movie tonight.
That's easy money.
I'll raise you to ten.
Throwing good money after bad.
- I'm in.
- Like you have any money.
You've literally never made it to the end of a single movie.
That's not true.
Okay, name the end of the movie you last saw.
- Uh a few the zomb the zombies.
- Dad - The zombies.
Yes.
- Dad, don't double down.
- I'm telling you, don't double down.
- Oh, please.
Please.
Please, I'm going straight to 20.
- Who's taking cash, huh? - I'm still in.
Yeah.
People, you have no faith in me.
I jump off cliffs for a living, okay? This is happening.
- Okay.
- Here we go.
Wait, you get to pick? Of course.
Like taking candy from a baby.
Dad? - Dad? - Dad? - Dad? - Dad? You fell asleep.
Oh.
No, no, no, I wasn't asleep.
Sure.
Come on.
Pay up, old man.
It was worth every penny.
Put it on my tab.
Come on, get out of here.
I have spelling to do.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
You have bed to do, okay? - Spelling tomorrow.
- Fine.
- Good night.
- Night, Dad.
Good night, Scout.
Hmm.
Hey.
Hey.
Did I wake you? No, I was just out for a walk clearing my head.
Mmm.
It's just all so surreal.
You're telling me.
The other day, I made two cups of coffee.
One for me, and one for her.
She was something.
Sure was.
Night.
Night.
Knock-knock.
Hey, kiddo, what's up? I must've grabbed one of your boxes by accident.
I'm sorry.
Maybe it's in here.
This is what I've been looking for.
I figured.
Your mom got it for me.
Yeah your anniversary, I know.
She showed me before she wrapped it.
Thanks for finding it.
No problem.
Hey.
It's getting late.
Bedtime? It's 10:30, Dad.
I'm not Taylor.
Don't remind me.
I look around I learned a couple of things today.
Everyone's going crazy We all handle grief differently.
What's the rush? What's the hurry? Some of us live in the comfort of denial.
Kind of like me, I guess.
Others punch it in the face.
Okay, so not the best descriptions.
But the point is we all process loss in totally different ways.
But I think we're all looking for the same thing.
A sense of normalcy Give it a try whatever that means.
Soon I know you'll have it Don't you fuss To find our way to that final stage.
- Acceptance - If you play Between the beats of each day whether we like it or not - of what's in front of you.
- Never let time get away