Ozark (2017) s02e10 Episode Script

The Gold Coast

1 - [woman.]
- [camera shutter clicks.]
- You want a do-over? - Uh, no.
- Are you sure? - Yep.
If I was going on a trip, I'd be smiling.
Well, it's a white background, no shadow, eyes open, neutral expression.
That's a TSA checklist right there.
- So, where are you headed? - Abroad.
Holy shit.
I know.
How much money is there? [Marty.]
Approximately $43 million.
Holy shit.
The exact numbers are in here, along with a complete listing of the real accounts, plus their shadows.
And the operational account is gonna be active [grunts.]
As soon as we're done with the ceremony, day after tomorrow.
What if I can't do this? It's just like Lickety Splitz, only bigger.
You're gonna come here, you're gonna pay respects to Buddy a couple of times a week.
You're gonna mix this money with the legit receipts and then you're gonna deposit it.
Long as the flow stays steady, no one's gonna bat an eye.
This is crazy.
I don't know shit about fuck.
Which LP is held by Davisville Limited? Lighthouse Landing.
- And where are they registered? - Panama City.
And they're a shell company for? Horizon Cove Inc, which is a subsidiary for Byrde Enterprises.
If I didn't think you could handle it, I wouldn't be risking my family's lives.
Thanks for the walkthrough.
As these things get close, my client always gets nervous.
He's very detail-oriented.
Well, it's my pleasure.
I find it oddly beautiful.
Sorry I'm late.
I was just about to tell your wife, you can see the rest of your life from up here.
- [Marty.]
- Everything okay? [Zeke cooing.]
Yeah, yeah.
Just some personal stuff.
- [Wendy.]
- How you doing? I trust if there were any last-minute issues, you'd let me know.
Of course.
- Now would be the time to fix them.
- We're good.
[Zeke cooing.]
I'm not sure you appreciate the historical significance of what it is you're about to pull off.
Medellín, Sinaloa, Juárez, every one of them tried to create something like this.
Every one of them failed.
A legitimate, self-sustaining operation like a casino.
This is why crime organizes.
Have you given any thought to the next five years? Uh, I'd love to talk about the operational account.
Because you're pillars of the community now.
You've established a foothold in the gaming industry.
You could expand, completely legitimately.
Honoring your obligations to my client, obviously.
[Zeke coos.]
I am so sorry, but I have to get him home.
I mean, it's just been a long time since we've been tied to a nap schedule.
It's funny how you forget there was ever a time before they could tell you to go fuck yourself.
But not you.
You wouldn't call up and talk about your father's girlfriend, would you? No.
The operational account.
- What about it? - It's not up and running.
Once the contracts are signed.
That's in two days.
I could be working now.
Well, is there some kind of rush I'm not aware of? Just trying to be efficient.
Well, call us superstitious.
On a long road trip, you're most likely to get into an accident a mile from your home.
- [Wendy.]
You okay? - [Marty.]
What did you have to take care of? Just life stuff.
I called the school.
Charlotte went to first period.
Helen's right, you know.
This could be the beginning of a great new chapter in our lives.
We just have to work harder at being better parents.
What if that's not possible here? It has to be.
[Zeke cooing.]
Oh, yeah.
I was there.
I saw the cartel torture her.
Well, could you get her to file charges against him? [Cade.]
Well, I know he paid for that paddle wheeler in cash.
- [Petty.]
Well, that's not illegal.
- It is if it's cartel money.
Do you know where he hides it? What about the books? Do you even know where he keeps 'em? Does he even talk to you? If you were wired, would he confide in you? He talks to my daughter.
Yeah, and would you wear a wire against her? You know what I think? I think you're looking at me as some kind of "get out of jail free" card.
No, I'm giving you Marty fucking Byrde.
You didn't give me shit.
You haven't said a single thing that I don't already know.
In fact, I have no confidence you can get anywhere close to Marty Byrde.
You fucking owe me.
- I owe you? - Yeah, that's right.
I don't even know you.
You got my fucking daughter tortured.
You got my brothers killed.
You know what? Your five minutes are up, so get the fuck away from me.
What? You don't like hearing the truth? [sighs.]
The truth? The truth is, you smell desperate.
It reeks.
I give it a month before you're back in prison.
And your fucking trailer-trash daughter [scoffs.]
Who you're so willing to rat out.
She's in so far over her head, [laughs.]
it'll be a minute behind you, whether I'm following the case or not.
The truth is that Russ deserved better than every fucking [Cade yells.]
[both panting.]
Oh, fuck.
[water bubbling.]
[Zeke cooing.]
I thought you should know Jacob passed away this morning.
What? Oh, Darlene.
I'm so sorry.
His dying wish was to stop the casino.
I intend to honor that.
I don't understand.
Jacob was always committed to making the casino work.
He had an epiphany.
- He passed this morning? - That's right.
And you came right here? May I ask how he died? His heart.
It failed him.
Just to be clear Jacob understood that this casino is happening.
There's no way for you to win.
Did the Viet Cong have to win? - I'm sorry.
- The gooks.
They didn't have to win.
They just had to not lose.
It's my land.
The cartel's already tried to kill you once.
- Is that a threat? - Just a fact.
There might be one solution to honor Jacob's memory.
Is that Mason Young's baby in the car? It is, isn't it? Social Services told me you were looking after him until they found a suitable home.
Now, you help me adopt him, and I'll stand aside.
You are not fucking touching that baby.
I delivered that child.
You need to go.
He's not your kin.
He's not worth the cost you'll pay.
[knock on door.]
What the hell do you want? I need a favor, baby girl.
If anybody asks, I was here with you all morning.
- What the fuck did you do? - You don't worry about that, okay? I just need you to be ready to alibi me up, just in case.
Like when you robbed my strip club? Right.
That was wrong of me.
I was angry, and I shouldn't have done that.
You made it real clear that you don't want me to be a part of your shit no more.
Well, guess what.
This is your shit.
I did it for you.
What are you talking about? That fed, the one that got you tortured, he's done fucking with you, girl.
Tell me you didn't kill a fucking fed.
It was an accident.
I He was talking about sending you to prison.
 I lost my temper.
Jesus Christ.
I need your help really bad, Ruthie.
Did anybody see you? It was early.
Down by the river where Russ used to fish.
Is he still there? I sunk the body.
You didn't touch nothing, did you? What about his car? I left it.
There's no reason for anybody to guess I was ever there.
You don't think when they find the car, an FBI agent's car, they're not gonna come looking for the family of his dead fucking informant? Which is why I need an alibi! This is your life.
It ain't fucking mine.
Fuck, Ruthie You Come out here right now, girl.
You hear me, girl? Don't you fucking do this! I'm your father! Fuck! [Marty.]
There you are.
Uh, so, you know, sir, we were never intending on being a long-term family.
We were just doing a friend a favor.
You know, Mason Young.
And now it seems pretty clear that he has abandoned his child, so we were thinking that maybe it would be good to, you know, get the kid in with an incredibly loving, stable couple, right away.
Well, I must say, I really do appreciate your care and commitment.
So, possible? - Oh, absolutely.
- That's great.
We'll have him placed in, I'd say, six to eight weeks.
- Six to eight.
- Well, ten, tops.
What if I was to, say, get transferred to another country? Well, that's not advisable.
Which is why it would just be great if we could find an amazing family there on your list that is looking for a call, you know, right away.
[tires screech.]
Don't make a fuss.
Wendy? Where is he? Did they shave it all off? It's okay.
I'm not hurt.
[Marty sighs.]
It was just a message.
Snell says that you know what she wants.
I'm gonna have him lie down for a little bit and get some rest.
Come on, let's go to your room.
[cell phone chimes.]
Do you need help? [Zeke crying.]
Did I wake you up? Huh? Hey.
- [crying continues.]
- Shh.
Oh, that's some grip.
You got a real grip there.
Come here.
I don't know how to protect you.
[Zeke cooing.]
He was a good man.
We were lucky to know him.
Well, he loved the both of you.
How you holding up, sweetie? [breathes deeply.]
I smell him on my skin, but I can't shower because I'm afraid it might wash off.
And then a little while ago, I started a conversation, and then I realized I was just talking to myself.
So, I don't know.
How am I? Oh, baby.
I spoke to Social Services.
You're on a list to foster a child, so the state is approving you to take Zeke temporarily.
I'm not interested in fostering.
I want to adopt.
The foster agreement comes with a clause saying that you can formally adopt the child if no parent comes forward to make a claim in the next two years.
And if Mason comes back into the picture? You have to trust me that that's not gonna happen.
[Zeke cooing.]
You ever touch either one of my children ever again, I'll fucking kill you.
I'm so sorry.
[Zeke crying.]
Hello, baby.
I am gonna love this baby more than you ever possibly could.
You're home now.
Hello, young man.
- This your vehicle? - Yes, sir.
Park closes at sunset.
I was scouting fishing spots and seeing how the water was running, and I lost track of light.
Just vacate the park, please.
[rock music playing.]
Since when do rich girls know their way around a grill? Since fuck you.
Hey, I was thinking, uh, maybe you should move into Wyatt's room after he takes off for Mizzou.
You know, I was actually thinking about coming to Columbia with you.
I don't know.
I need to finish out my senior year, and we can get a place.
[car approaching.]
I need to talk to you.
What the fuck are you all looking at? Go inside.
Mind your own fucking business.
Fucking now, girl.
How about I call you when things calm down around here? [Charlotte.]
What, you don't wanna come with me? I wanna stick around for Ruth.
I'll be fine.
Talk to you later, okay? Okay.
I need money.
I told you, I don't know where Marty stashes it.
You forget about that.
Anything you got.
I moved that fed's car, and it's your fault.
I moved it, and when I come back, that ranger was there, took down my plate.
When they find that car, he's gonna know.
It might be days, might be a week, a month, I don't know.
But they're gonna find that fucking car, and they're gonna come looking for me and I better be fucking gone.
The only money I got is for Wyatt's tuition.
Well, then you're gonna give it to me.
You're gonna give it to me, or I'm gonna walk over there and I'm gonna tell him exactly what happened to his daddy.
Three, I need you to fuck off.
I need to talk to Wyatt alone.
And turn up the TV loud.
- What did Cade say? - This ain't about Cade.
- Okay, what's up? - I need you to listen to me.
I know Marty didn't kill your dad because I did.
What are you talking about? I wired the dock.
I knew that they were going there, so I wired it, so the second they touched the ladder, they'd get electrocuted.
You're making this up.
Why would I be doing that? You're afraid I won't go to Mizzou if I don't find out what happened to my dad, and now you're just fucking making this up! I wish I was.
I wish to fucking God I wish it was a lie.
Russ was working with the feds.
He was trying to get me on a wire.
No way.
No fucking way! You were right about that night.
They had the guns.
They were gonna kill Marty.
I practiced on our dock, with a mouse.
At first, I rigged Marty's dock to get him, but then it was fucked up and things changed, and they were going to the Blue Cat.
Say something.
You can hate me, and I know you will.
But I need you to know that you're the you're the only thing in this world that I'll ever fucking love.
[Wyatt sighs.]
Jonah's still asleep.
Marty, are you all right? What's going on? Where's Zeke? What have you done? I'm just trying to save us, Wendy.
Get him back.
And then what? Wait for Darlene to come after our kids again? Or have her blow up the casino and have the cartel come after us? I mean, what are we supposed to do? Have her killed? She touched our child, and you give her a baby? - I didn't have a fucking choice, Wendy.
- Of course you did.
We're leaving.
We're leaving the very second that casino is finalized and the cartel's out of town.
I got a plane standing by.
We wouldn't have been able to take this baby out of the country without triggering an AMBER alert.
- You made these plans without me? - Yeah.
Once the operational account is active, a tiny percentage is gonna flow into an encrypted account that I created.
You and the kids are gonna travel under the Fleming passports, and a seaplane is gonna take us to Little Rock, where I have an identity waiting for me.
And after Little Rock, we can go to Costa Rica, and after Costa Rica, we're going to Australia.
We're going to the Gold Coast.
A surrogate there is gonna pay for the housing and utilities so that nothing is even under our fake identities.
We're gonna be two layers removed from any detection.
And this surrogate, you've actually already found him? - I'm gonna do that when we get there.
- Hmm.
And if the cartel reviews the accounts before that happens? I taught Ruth how to do the books.
She knows how to move the money.
So you were never really trying to make any of this work.
I did try to make a lot of it work, but Charlotte wants to emancipate, and our son is describing getting his head shaved by a fucking lunatic as just a message, like it's normal? [breathes deeply.]
Nothing's working.
We have two problems.
The casino might fail, and our family's falling apart.
Giving Darlene that kid is the only way we were gonna solve both.
Why the fuck didn't you talk to me about this? I didn't have time to argue with you.
So, you said four passengers, Mr.
Bennett? Uh, yes, sir.
Two adults and two children.
This'll be able to take all of us, huh? [man.]
We're cleared to travel to Lake Conway.
It's near Little Rock.
With the amount of fuel we'll need to hold, you'll have to keep it to two bags per passenger.
I'll have a jeep standing by on the other side.
Uh, great.
I'll bring you the other half of this tomorrow.
Okay? I'll see you then.
[knock on door.]
- Hi.
- [Helen.]
Sorry to intrude.
I know mornings are sacred family time.
Actually, Marty's already gone, and Charlotte was spending the night at a friend's, so - Do you want some coffee? - Uh, yeah, thank you.
Don't tell me the baby's still asleep.
Social Services found a home for him.
He was with you only yesterday.
- It took us by surprise.
But we're - Thanks.
We're happy he's finally placed in a healthy, permanent situation.
Can I go for Buddy's old walk? [Wendy.]
No further.
Jacob Snell is dead.
Did you know? Darlene came by yesterday.
Do we have a problem? It's taken care of.
[Helen laughs.]
I was serious, you know, when I said how impressed my client is.
I have to say, when the idea of a casino was first floated, neither of us thought you had a chance in hell.
My client even had us monitor your every move.
Your purchases, your browser history.
He was convinced that once it became clear that the casino was a loser, you'd have to make a run for it.
And yet, here we are.
I've been particularly impressed with you.
I appreciate that.
It's not easy navigating this world as a woman.
You must be happy to be going home to Chicago? See your family? - The children, yeah.
- Hmm.
The divorce attorney? Hmm.
I'm sorry.
Like I said, it's not easy navigating.
So, where is Marty this early in the morning? Oh, he's just off shoring up a few last details.
How is he? - He's good.
- Good.
You know, you really should think about what you want out of your new situation.
I have.
- And what is it you want? - Your gratitude.
Well, you have that.
And that is a powerful thing.
- Tell Marty I'm sorry I missed him.
- I will.
[door opens.]
How you doing? Something I can help you with? [Frank.]
I've been hearing things.
"Things"? What kind of things? [sighs.]
Don't try my patience.
I don't like playing games any more than I like driving three hours to a fucking lake in the middle of the off-season.
If you're talking about the union, um, it's true that I had to strike a deal, but I promise you, all your guys are gonna get hired.
I don't want you to worry.
- But I am worried.
- Don't.
Do you think I'm someone that you can fuck with? Come on.
Do you think the gaming commission thinks I'm someone who they can fuck with? I do not.
And I can't imagine that they think that.
Then why are you letting them fuck with me, Marty? Frank, I told you that your guys are gonna get taken care of.
They're gonna get taken care of.
We're gonna make sure the union rolls stay high.
Because you know my business.
Do you really think there's an angle in the gaming industry - that I haven't seen? - No.
Do you honestly believe that a handshake agreement with you is the end of our discussions? What do I have to do to make you take me seriously? Is this fun for you? Are you having a fucking good time? What's the plan here? What's this guy gonna do? Are you gonna kill me, or fucking beat me up or something? Is this guy here to send me a message? How about you just get the fuck out of here and let me do my job? All right? Because without those deals, there'd be no casino, which means there'd be no jobs for your guys at all.
Is that what you want? How about you just give me the freedom to do my fucking job? That's all I'm doing.
Place smells like a new car.
Just moved in.
- Have you seen Wyatt? - Thought he was with you.
No, I've been worried 'cause I've been calling him all night and he hasn't picked up his phone.
Did you really buy that van with your own money? - Yeah.
- Yeah? You sure it wasn't your daddy's money? The money he's got hidden around here somewheres? [Charlotte.]
I don't know what you're talking about.
I think you're lying to me, little girl.
I'm not.
- Hey.
You're scaring her, Uncle Cade.
- Stay out of this, boy.
If you called your daddy right now and told him you needed money, would he give it to you? I'm not talking to my parents right now.
- Bullshit.
- She's telling the truth.
Stay out of it.
[Charlotte screaming.]
Where do you think you're going, girl? - [Charlotte continues screaming.]
- [shotgun cocks.]
Let her go.
I seem to remember what happened the last time you tried to pull a gun on me, baby girl.
Get in the car.
Three, get in the trailer.
Lock the door until he cools off.
Do you know where Wyatt is? He left last night.
Is he coming back? I don't know.
[clears throat.]
Are you okay? I'm so sorry.
Please do not leave me again.
I can't protect you if you do.
I haven't changed my mind, but is it okay if I go sleep in my own bed? Of course.
Of course.
Where are you going? Home.
- Is Cade there? - Yeah.
You're staying here.
What the hell did you do? It's cancer.
You've been gone a while.
[scoffs, sniffles.]
[Charlotte sighs.]
You are an asshole.
[Jonah chuckles.]
How worried do we have to be about Cade? Do you think he'll go after Charlotte again? I don't know.
He's hell-bent on finding your money.
Well, I trust that that's not gonna happen.
[ragged breathing.]
I mean, even if he runs away, he'll still come back.
He's my dad.
I can't make him stop.
I understand.
[cell phone ringing.]
You should take that.
Yeah, sorry I haven't called back.
I just, um I just had some shit I need to figure out.
Ruth said that you might be leaving for good.
Is that true? [Wyatt.]
I'm not sure.
Did she say anything else? No.
Were you serious about moving to Columbia? It's okay.
I'm at my parents'.
Are you staying? [scoffs.]
I'm not sure, either.
Hey, I think you should know.
Um I found out your dad didn't kill anyone.
Positive? Yeah.
Uh, I'll call you later, okay? [sighs.]
That was the right thing to do.
You lied to me about killing Marty.
I was trying to protect you.
So, now you know.
What are you gonna do about it? [exhales.]
I'm not gonna tell Three.
If you don't wanna, don't.
Your judgment always was better than mine.
I still love you.
You fucking better.
I'm just [exhales.]
I'm afraid I'm going insane.
I don't know what to think about anything anymore.
About Ruth, college, any of it.
One moment, I wanna fucking smash everything to little pieces, and then the next, I wanna pretend like none of it ever happened.
I don't know what to do.
She needs protection.
Yeah, well, um, what if we paid Cade to leave town? You know? Otherwise, she'd just be too vulnerable once she takes over the money.
- Yeah.
- Yeah? I've also been thinking that we should tell the kids that we're leaving tomorrow.
They've each been through a huge trauma.
I don't wanna risk them being too emotional, tipping our hand.
Should we go inside? No, I'm gonna stay out here a few more minutes.
- You okay? Got a pillow? - Yeah.
Good night.
Good night.
You manage to eat out there? [Charlotte.]
I'm not helpless.
I mean, if you're sleeping in a van Look, all I'm saying is, there's plenty, so eat up.
Ruth, get on over here.
So, is this one of those ceremonies that they, uh, christen the boat with a bottle of champagne? I think that's just for ships that are set to sail.
Well, technically it could, if you wanted it to.
Not the way I fucking found it.
So, uh does this happen, like, every day? Unless we're on the run.
Then we eat in the car.
- [chuckles.]
- That's not funny.
It was a little funny.
Uh, the ceremony is to officially declare the casino approved.
Then it's down to work after that.
Wait, where's Zeke? The state found a very nice home for him.
What, so, that's it? He just doesn't live with us anymore? Charlotte, it's the way it was always supposed to be.
What? Nothing.
I'm just glad you're here.
Is any of that confusing? Once you know the cartel is gone, I'll take you by boat to the seaplane at mile 24.
You'll give me a bag, and it'll have your cell phones and credit cards.
Keep those here at the house.
Drive them around every once in a while.
But, uh, in three weeks, I want you to pay someone to take them up to Vancouver and dump them.
And after that's done, I want you to call Helen and tell her that we went on vacation and we haven't come back, and we're not returning your calls.
Okay? - Okay.
- Thank you.
You're seeing my dad? It's gonna be all right.
And what can I get you, hon? - Uh, coffee, please.
- Okay.
Public place.
You figure I won't make a scene, is that it? You hurt my daughter.
And because of you, my fucking brothers are dead.
Or does grief only count when it happens to someone like you? - Here you go.
- Thank you.
Sure thing.
There's half a million dollars in that bag on the floor.
It's yours if you leave town immediately.
No going back to the trailers, no trying to talk to Ruth.
You leave this café, and you get straight on a highway out of town.
[opens the bag.]
All you people ever understand is money.
Is that a yes? So, uh, slots are gonna be on the lower level there.
Because you want people to have to walk through them on the way to the other games, right? Yeah, that's right.
Blackjack and roulette are on the middle level and we cover the top for poker and craps.
- Hi.
Everything okay? Yeah? Good.
- Mm-hmm.
Hodges, hello.
- It's about that time.
Are you ready? - About as ready as I'll ever be.
Is this your family? Yes, this is our daughter Charlotte and our son Jonah.
This is Mr.
He's head of the gaming commission.
You should know your parents are doing something great here for the community.
You ready? Oh, yes, I am.
That's for you, darling.
- Oh, take care.
- Uh-huh.
["Brandy" by Looking Glass playing over radio.]
[Cade singing along.]
There's a port on a western bay And it serves a hundred ships a day Lonely sailors pass the time away And talk about their homes And there's a girl in this harbor town And she works layin' whiskey down They say, "Brandy, fetch another round" She serves them whiskey and wine [Cade.]
You're blocking the fucking road! Hey, asshole, it's just a dog.
Either leave it or drag it the fuck away.
- [gunshots.]
- [song continues playing.]
Such a fine girl Yeah, your eyes Could steal a sailor from the sea Brandy wears a braided chain Made of finest silver From the north of Spain A locket that bears the name Of a man that Brandy loved He came on a summer's day - We have an issue.
- What type of issue? A threat.
Before you say anything else, you might think this is a simple conversation - I don't.
- but I promise you, it is more difficult than you comprehend.
Once you tell me something, it can't be retracted.
I know what you're saying, and I understand.
No, you don't.
You can't.
Not really.
Your whole body changes.
The way you smell, your reflection, how it feels when your husband touches you.
That doesn't change the fact that we still have an issue.
We should take our places.
We're not running.
What do you mean? We're not leaving the Ozarks.
It's not safe to go.
Wendy, it's not safe to stay.
You're not acting out of logic.
You're acting out of emotion.
And I know I've asked you to be more emotional.
I've begged.
So, I love you for it, but I am not getting on that plane and neither are the kids.
Okay, you're just scared.
Don't worry about it.
I've got everything under control.
- No, you don't.
- Yes, I do.
You're running away from Mason's death.
You're trying to kidnap Charlotte so she can't leave the family.
And you were right all along.
We can't make emotional decisions based on other people's choices.
So we just have to wake up and make the right choices for us and our kids.
And right now, that means staying put.
You're telling me this now? Here? I didn't have time to argue.
[clears throat.]
Call the coroner's office.
This is not sustainable.
What, and running is? Hiring surrogates? Changing identities? - What if this is the Gold Coast? - It's not.
We only know what it's been.
What about what it could be? I mean, you've said so yourself, once the casino is up and running, it's like clockwork.
You could go back to just working the numbers.
The kids are in school.
We have roots.
We've sacrificed too fucking much in order to run.
We will get that baby away from Darlene.
Don't worry.
And what about the Kansas City mob? Wendy, I played a game of fucking chicken with them because I knew we were running.
We're not alone here.
We have partners who are very grateful for what we've done.
Always better to be the person holding the gun than the one running from the gunman.
[Hodges over microphone.]
If you could all take your seats, please.
What were you and Mom talking about? Do you still wanna be emancipated? Because if you do, I won't fight it.
All right.
I wanna thank you all for coming.
It's a great day in the Ozarks.
As you know, the legislature recently decided to grant a 14th casino license, and I'm thrilled to announce that it will live here, smack dab in the heart of Missouri.
So, without further ado, I'd like to introduce the man who got us unstuck from that unlucky 13, Marty Byrde.
[Marty over microphone.]
Thank you very much.
Up until a very short time ago, I wasn't sure what life was about to look like.
My family and I came here to the Ozarks to escape our old life in Chicago and start a new one.
And now here we are.
Our kids are in school, we have started businesses, we have even buried someone very dear to our family.
And for all of these reasons, we are now a part of the land here, and there is a permanence to our life that we simply cannot undo.
It has made me reevaluate what it means to be a husband and to be a father and to be a neighbor.
I keep a close watch On this heart of mine I keep my eyes wide open all the time - [continues singing.]
- [Marty.]
I've realized that what holds everything together is trust, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you people here in the Ozarks - for trusting us.
- Because you're mine I walk the line [Darlene continues humming.]
Someone recently told me that, standing in this very spot, I would be able to see my future.
I understand now how true that is.
I hope a lot of you have the same sense of what is on the way.
To prosperity.
I need you to know, I understand why you might wanna leave.
And maybe we're never gonna be the kind of family who listens to music and sings into hairbrushes, but we're still a family.
And your father and I love you more than anything in the world.
And there was a time when I wanted to leave, too.
And, yes, I had an affair.
And I did it because I wanted to be someone else.
I wanted to live a different life.
And I was so wrong.
Because this is who I am and this is who I wanna be.
Just think about it.
Okay? You don't have to do this right now if you don't want.
I know.
That's him.
Can you give me a minute, maybe? Alone? Yeah, of course.
Goodbye, Daddy.
Can I get a photo of the whole family? In one second.
I just have to say hi to somebody.
- Sure.
- Pardon me.
You must be excited to get back to Chicago.
The car's already gassed.
Not that I have anything against this place.
It's just, you know, I hate this fucking place.
You should know, I had word from my associate, Ruth Langmore's father's dead.
Dead? He was gunned down on the road leaving town.
That's all I know.
I just I just thought you should be aware.
Ready for the picture? - Sure, sure.
- [woman.]
Yeah, if we can get the kids on either side.
This is all so exciting.
You guys are like heroes.
[Wendy chuckles softly.]
I love you.
- Marty.
- I love you.
Okay, ready? Smile.
[camera shutter clicks.]
Hey, the roof is leakin' And the rain's fallin' on my head It won't stop The roof is leakin' And the rain's fallin' on my head I need a mop I cried so hard Teardrops on my bed Drippity-drop, yes She packed up her bags And she moved out on the midnight train - Drip, drip, drippity-drop - Got no brain She packed up her bag And she moved out on the midnight train - Drip, drip, drippity-drop - Girl's insane She took my heart Tears rollin' down my drain - Drip, drip, drippity-drop - Just like rain My buddy come to see me To give me a tip, tip, tip I said now, listen here, friend I tell ya I'm hip, hip, hip Why don't ya mind your own business? Shut your lip, lip, lip I know when my girl Gimme the slip, slip, slip I said the roof is leakin' Rain's fallin' on my head - Drip, drip, Drippity-drop - Oh, yeah I cried so hard Teardrops on my bed All over the floor That's what I said - Drip, drip, drippity-drop - Hey - Hey - Drip, drip - Hey - Drippity-drop - Hey - Drip, drip - Hey - Drippity-drop - Hey - Drip, drip - Hey - Drippity-drop Hey Hey Hey - Drip, drip, drippity-drop - Hey Well, my buddy come to see me To give me a tip, tip, tip I said now, listen here, friend I tell ya I'm hip, hip, hip Why don't ya mind your own business? Close your lip, lip, lip I know when my girl Gimme the slip, slip, slip I said the roof is leakin' Rain's fallin' on my head Drippity-drop Well, I cried so hard Tears flowin' on my bed On the floor, on the rug And on the wall, yeah
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