Power Book IV: Force (2022) s01e08 Episode Script

He Ain't Heavy

1 Previously on Force I got nothing.
You know any other life? I never wanted nothing else but this.
Dahlia is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of drug.
But if you keep pushing too hard now, we ain't gonna win at this.
We gonna make that move to Indiana ourself, check on that cousin.
You ain't worried about Diamond finding out? Nah, he ain't gonna find out.
You're in my booth.
I don't see your name on it.
Nice to meet you, Adrienne.
It's nice to be met.
If we can do a tell-all exposé on Diamond Sampson, we're picking up that Pulitzer.
The piece isn't about Diamond.
You tell Mirkovic he comes after my family, I'll burn this fucking city to the ground.
I bought it.
I bought the land.
Just to clarify, the money that I owe you It's got nothing to do with Vic and me.
That's where you're wrong, sweetheart.
Your relationship started off as a dare.
- I'm not a drug dealer.
- Well, good thing for you I am.
- And who the fuck are you? - I'm her grandson.
I'm her fucking grandson.
You ain't getting near my shit, never.
I just need to catch a motherfucking break, man.
Well, it ain't gonna be with this! - So we got a deal? - Where do I find you? Don't worry about it.
I'll find you first, tía.
Told you I'd know where to find you first.
You put in a lot of moves to keep yourself a mystery.
I had to make sure that the right people got what they needed.
Well, now that we got it, how you want to move forward? You distro.
You the connect? Well, yeah, if you want the drop.
Can we stop with all this mishegas? It's all noise till you name your price.
No foreplay for you, huh, Moishe? Ha.
So what's your number? 55 a brick.
That's a big number.
Yeah, but this the new frontier.
Pay the price, and then you get to play your game.
55 for the glowing drug.
It don't glow no more, but it's the same high, and it'll light up your bank account like a motherfucker.
If it don't glow, how we know it's the same quality? Because I don't move no trash, never.
Try it.
¿Igual? Eso está idéntico.
The people have spoken.
That's gonna be 55 a key.
Either you can take it, or you can - Tres.
- I will take three, too.
Tests all confirm you have stage I small-cell lung cancer.
Walter, we're catching this really early.
This is nothing like what happened with Maeve.
You still have a lot of options for treatment.
You're not gonna die today, and you're not gonna die tomorrow, but we have to discuss treatment.
Doc's a genius, she stuck to her guns.
I respect that.
I got the recipe written on my brain now, too, so I can take over as chef full-time.
We can let the doc go.
Nah, demand's too high right now.
Shit's coming in fast.
I'ma need both of you.
These re-ups is coming in like a motherfucker.
- You want to bang it 24-7? - Yeah, I do.
What you thinking, Tommy? You know, I'm thinking that we need another cook.
Break it up into eight-hour shifts, so nobody get burned out.
Oh, so you want to bring someone in from New York? Nah, ain't nobody there I can use no more.
And who you trust enough here in Chicago to bring in? That is the million-dollar question.
Everything good? Fuck difference does it make? I'm being conversational.
I ask a question.
You give an answer.
We conversating.
I'm on some broken-record shit with you.
- Just pull the carpet.
- No.
See, now we ain't working or talking.
Shit gonna get funky real fast.
Boy, you are just such a fucking pain in the ass.
The cycle of being broke is just fucking smothering me.
The bank is moving forward with the foreclosing of the club, and Herman needs a stent put in.
You need me to help out a little bit? Uh, now, we done already been through this, Tommy.
I'll figure something the fuck out.
Why are you looking at me like that? - I'm thinking.
- Hmm, looks painful.
If you only knew.
Jesus, man.
D-do you have something to say? How was you in science class? Soto and Moishe are a good start.
Why aren't we bringing in CBI for distro? They own the South Side, and they have the Serb territory.
I know, and I want that pipeline.
So you're waiting for what exactly? We waiting for them to figure they shit out.
Right now we bring them Dahlia.
Jenard is part of that deal, and I don't want him nowhere near this no more.
If they're only distro, who cares what family issues they have? Sell it.
Walk away.
Let them figure out their own problems.
Yeah, but they can't figure out they own problems and shit gets fucked up, they gonna be our problems.
You're overthinking this.
They're a customer, like anyone else.
Not if they split up.
Then we fueling a war.
You gotta sell to everybody or nobody, and Diamond is my guy.
So, when he ready, I'ma bring him in.
Till then, CBI bad look.
This family shit run deep.
I'm a little bit uneasy with how much power you have in our operation.
Don't mistake power for vision.
- I ain't your father.
- You're acting like it.
We got a good thing going here, Claud.
Don't fuck it up 'cause you got your feelings hurt.
What would you do differently with CBI if you was back in charge? What, you looking for early retirement, nigga? Seat ain't cold yet, bro.
I just want to know what you would do differently.
I mean, shit.
Wouldn't have wasted so much time with the white world.
Could have made them same moves without 'em.
Got the credit we deserved from day fucking one.
Now there's just gonna always be a asterisk next to the W.
See, I'm not asking what was.
Now, I expanded CBI business since I been out.
Uh-huh, facts, facts.
We making good money with the Serb pipeline.
Putting away they tax, too.
The shit is smooth.
You a visionary, so what would you do different? You asking this 'cause you trying to get a glimpse inside the mind of a genius or 'cause you really ready to make some moves? I'm asking because I'm your brother, and even at my age, I still want to learn shit.
Okay, I mean, well, if you the student, there's only one lesson on the curriculum today.
Bro, if I was running shit I'd put everything we got behind this new drug.
Do whatever the fuck we gotta do to secure the South Side.
Yeah, but there's too many unknowns, man.
Look, I heard you, all right? I get it.
I do.
I mean, nigga, you asked for a hypothetical, right? So, shit, there it is.
You believe I'm too stuck in my ways, huh? Yeah, nigga, I do, but I ain't trying to get you to zig when you want to zag.
You feel me? Nah, but for real, though, D CBI started with you.
It's gonna end with you.
As long as I can play a small part somewhere in the middle it's a blessing, dog.
Everyone the girls hit is ready for another buy.
You were right.
We need a new cook to keep production up.
If we fall below 60% output, we playing catch-up.
There's gonna be a lag between buys.
Hey, what the fuck is you grinning about? Take it easy.
It's just nice to be around a professional fucking criminal.
Hey, that's the nicest thing you've ever said to me.
- We been real cool, right? - Very.
- Ain't got no secrets.
- No, we got each other's back.
And you've been real good at not crossing none of them sexual lines.
Again, I don't fuck white boys.
The point is, we got a good thing going here.
- Very.
- See, I got something.
I don't I don't know how you're gonna take it.
I don't know.
There's only one way to find out.
Hit me.
I got a brother here in Chicago.
- Since when? - Since I was a baby.
What the fuck does that matter? No, I mean how long have you known? It's real recent.
You the only one that know.
- I'm honored.
- Get the fuck out of here.
No, I'm serious, Tommy, for reals.
Thank you.
Why are you telling me this now? - I want to put him in the lab.
- All right, cool.
He a scientist? Nah, musician.
Sax, I think.
So he's gonna play fucking jazz while we cutting? No, he's good with his hands.
I seen you mixing and measuring there, and he's smart.
And above all that, he's someone else that I can trust, but only me and you are gonna know we brothers, all right? Oh, okay, because two pasty-ass, blue-eyed white boys in the lab, and nobody's gonna put that shit together? Not a motherfucking chance.
How long you been in the Flynns' pocket? - Excuse me? - Yeah, you can bullshit me.
Or you can come clean.
Either way, this is gonna go down the same way.
Look, I um I got a lot of medical expenses that aren't being covered.
I'm not a total jagoff, Bennigan.
I know you're under a fuck ton of pressure.
You got a fucked-up sister.
Well, I got my eye on a new boat and house in Lake Geneva.
Hey, department doesn't need to know about this, all right? Any of it.
We're on the same side of the blue line here.
- How much do you want? - How much the Flynns paid you? A little over 100K, but, I mean, that's going to - Hey, I don't give a fuck.
- caregivers I really don't.
My kick's 50 grand and counting.
Bright guy like you can find a way to more paper.
W-W-Warshawski, I I cannot shell out 50K and still take care of my sister.
Well, tell you what Since I'm not a complete prick, I'll give you a couple weeks.
You wanted to see me? What have you been up to, girl? - Nothing.
- Bullshit.
You weren't there when the feds came and kicked down the door.
And now two of my men are missing.
Well, maybe they got bored of following me.
You know, all I really do is go shopping.
Don't play fucking games with me.
I got eyes all over this city.
Oh, yeah? And what do they see? Yeah, that's what I thought.
You don't have the vision you think you have.
Well, you're not as smart as I thought you were 'cause it turns out you're just as fucking stupid as your brother.
And you're reckless, too.
I promise you this.
Whatever you're into, I'll find out.
I'm gonna crush it under my boot.
You know what, Da? Go ahead and raise your boot, and when you bring it down, you better be ready for a fucking fight.
What do you got on this new drug everyone's talking about Dahlia? We picked up a few people, but no one's talking.
It's spreading quickly.
Department's scrambling, trying to figure out what the fuck it is.
I need you to do some digging.
Find the source.
Whoever it is, put them away.
I don't do drug busts.
I'm not asking you to arrest them.
My family needs this drug.
If there's an obstacle, clear it.
If you want this done, it's gonna cost you double.
Way ahead of you.
Put them away.
What up, J? What's the word on that black magic? Bro, everybody after they next high.
No word on who the motherfuckers moving the shit is.
I tell you, whoever they ass is, them niggas getting paid.
Nigga, and we ain't seeing a dime of that shit.
I want to hit every corner in the city until we find out who moving it.
- All right, bet.
- Yeah, you know what? Nigga, I got 20 bands for anybody, CBI or Dead Boys, who give me that info, all right? You wanted to see me? I need you to find out what your sister's doing and who she's doing it with.
And I need you to find that out now.
And once I have that information? You bring it to me, and we'll hand down her punishment.
We're not kids.
And that's why I'm going to punish her like an adult.
It's never gonna work on her.
Never has.
Whatever she's into, I'm sure she's got it under control.
There is no control when deception is the foundation, so whoever she's rolling with, I want you to find out who the fuck that is.
Now, can you do that? Yeah.
I can do that.
Are you gonna tell her you're sick? No, told you I'm never gonna tell her that.
And why is it every time I ask you to do something for this family You know what? It's not a fucking negotiation, and if you don't understand that by now, then you don't understand your responsibilities to this family, to this organization.
I understand exactly what my responsibility is.
Why did you tell me you were sick? Hmm? Were you scared? Did you want sympathy? What was it? I told you because you're the one that's gonna be taking over after me.
Right, and I will with Gloria by my side, not a term, not a fucking negotiation.
This is happening, and there's nothing you can do to change it.
Unless I drop dead right now, it's never gonna happen.
Get some rest, Grandma.
Excuse me.
- How can I help you? - Hi.
Uh, I wasn't sure who they put on my grandmother's forms as an emergency contact when they brought her in from Mulhern's.
Okay, just one second here.
Do you know which day they brought her in? - Code blue room 309.
- Uh, Tuesday.
Excuse me.
Code blue room 309.
Charge 200.
- Clear.
- Clear.
You'll have to wait out here.
- Clear.
- Still no pulse.
I've got no carotid.
Okay, let's call it.
Yo, I What the fuck happened? I don't know.
Uh, she I was there.
And I-I stepped out the room for one minute, and-and came back, and next thing I know, th-they were working on her.
- They couldn't save her.
- Oh, my God.
You should call Kate.
She deserves to know.
Look, I'm not any good at this death shit either, but I was able to put the videos on a flash drive for you, so you can, uh Yeah, thanks.
And this is everything with you and-and Miriam and Kate.
I thought you would want it.
I Tommy, you should really call our mom.
I'm not gonna call Kate.
My arms are falling asleep.
I can't feel my fucking hands no more.
Take a step back, rehydrate.
We'll get this next batch up in time.
How'd you keep pace with product in New York? This was not my bag.
I was on the other side of it.
Is that how you got? Yeah.
And even after that, you ain't want to get out? No, I mean, I figure I took the best they got, and I ain't dead, so I been slashed, suffocated, beaten, burned, busted bones.
My proudest moment shot.
- Hey, you're still here.
- Abso-fucking-lutely.
I'm resilient as a motherfucker.
Either that or you got a lucky horseshoe up your ass.
You know, luck don't ever play a role in this fucking game Doc.
You don't bet on it or against it 'cause it ain't never gonna show up.
And the minute you think it's on your side, that's when it runs the fuck out and you get got.
Do you understand me? Answer me.
I understand.
I can't win when I come up here, Walter.
I'm either freezing my ass off or sweating my balls off.
- It's Chicago, son.
- So I keep hearing.
- You good here, Walter? - I don't know.
- We good here, Tommy? - Well, I'm guessing you ain't great, since you called the sit, but I'm straight.
- Drink? - I'll pass.
It's like drinking a loaf of bread.
You're not fucking wrong.
When my old man brought us over from Ireland to Scotland, he said the only thing he ever missed was a cold poured pint of this shite.
Of course, that fucking arsehole, he drank himself to death left me and my brother on the streets of Glasgow, two Belfast boys and Catholics.
All we did was fight the Protestants and gangs, but my heart was never in that fight, but I fucking loved the violence.
Then I came to Chicago, and I knew all I wanted to do was fight for this city.
And I met my wife God rest her soul and had my kids.
And all I wanted to do is fight to the death for them.
Oh, is that why you doubled back on them Serbs? And I fucking meant it, Thomas.
I believe I was finishing a fight that you started.
Oh, ain't no proof of that now, Walter, but thanks for the invite to the crib.
It looks much bigger during the day.
My son has made some fucking decisions that I may not agree with.
Yeah, you've been real clear about that.
But you continue to keep him breathing.
- He pretty good in them streets.
- Pretty good? Pretty good does not keep you alive, now, does it? That's what you do.
So I got a proposition for you.
How about you come and join the Flynn organization? Oh, shit, I didn't know this was a job interview.
I would have wore a suit and a big sign right across my chest that said "go fuck yourself.
" You showed me exactly who you was at Dr.
You ain't someone I could ever fuck with.
You know what I saw in Dr.
fucking Parker's? When you walked in the door, Gloria's little heart jumped into her fucking throat.
Two men from her bed in the same place at the same time.
Oh, amazing how someone so fucking innocuous can cause so many problems.
And now she's trying to rip my family apart.
You know what you can't seem to figure out? Your son and Gloria are in love the real deep kind, too.
And nothing you ever do or say gonna change that.
She ain't the problem, Walter.
You are.
So I guess the only one you fighting for now is you.
You know what I wish, Tommy? I wish you'd kept fucking her 'cause the reward is seeing your face after all this is said and done.
You're in the wrong neighborhood for a blowout.
Oh, it's beautiful in here.
- It has layers.
- Mm-hmm.
Best things in life do.
People stopped looking below the surface a long time ago.
Well, that's where all the fun is.
What you doing south of Cermack? You have the Serb pipeline and I have a product that will change your life.
I can offer you 10%.
I don't think you want to do what you about to do.
Oh, I do.
And how do you even know what I'm about to do if I haven't even laid out the terms for you yet? If you're in here only offering 10%, that means you have partners.
And if you have partners and they're not here with you, you doing shit behind they back.
And if you doing shit behind they back, that gets us off on the wrong foot.
I don't need anyone behind me.
No deal.
Is it Dahlia? Goodbye, Diamond.
Ever since Maeve died, you've been pushing them kids further away instead of pulling 'em closer.
Well, I tell you something I don't know how much time I'll have left to put them where they need to be.
I went to see that Dr.
Rudin the other day.
So they did find something? Yeah.
Fuck it.
Doesn't matter.
You know, I love that boy but he's not ready.
He ain't ready to step in.
Well, Maybe Vic ain't the only option.
Come on.
How the fuck are the powers that be back home gonna treat the news that we put a woman in charge? You made a Polack your consigliere, and they've been all right with that.
And if you wait too long on this, Walter, might not be a family business to take over.
I mean, this new shit that's hitting Chicago is fucking with every crew.
If we don't jump on it, we're gonna be the last in line.
Nah new shit ain't always the best shit.
Our product Three decades we've had it.
Why can't they get behind that? And how the fuck can I trust them to get behind anything else? Maybe they don't want to get involved 'cause of how you fucking treat them.
How far you think you can push 'em before they don't wanna come back? So how the fuck is this gonna end? It ain't gonna be me wiping your ass and shoveling dirt on your casket.
Hey, listen.
That girlfriend thing you can call it off.
I never put it on, Walter.
Of course you didn't, my Polish brother.
That's why you're my consigliere.
Yo, man, we need to talk.
You got to get the fuck out of Chicago.
You and Gloria got to go.
Why the fuck should I trust you? Okay, me and you We been through some shit together, and every time I showed you who the fuck I was.
I didn't come down on you for that buyout bullshit, none of it.
So I'ma tell you again Grab your girl and bounce.
Why you trying to help me? I got a soft spot for romance.
That's fucking bullshit.
I got a real hard time believing that you're trying to help me.
Then believe that I would help her.
I saw your old man.
He wants her gone.
So take this.
It's parked right outside.
It's got a clean title.
It's untraceable.
I pulled the GPS.
It's gonna be safer than your ride.
Don't take no highways.
Stick to the surface and back roads till you out of Illinois.
Keep that woman safe.
So I saw the incense, books on Buddha.
What's that about? It's all about change.
I mean, do you think people are defined forever by what they've done? I hope not.
You know what made me so good at my job? Hey, I I never asked.
What did you do before? Come on.
Let's not do this.
Do what? What made me so good at my job is anonymity but that's gone now.
You put anything into a phone, and you can find out a person's entire history with just a click of the button.
That's how you got mine.
Diamond, listen, I di You know exactly who I am.
And I know exactly who you are.
So what were you doing in my booth that night, and what are you doing in my fucking bed? Okay.
When we first met, I was writing a piece on fallen nations in Chicago Young gang members with no leadership.
And, yeah, I heard you had gotten out, so I thought there was a possible angle there.
Yeah, well, we shared a few angles.
No, I don't have to fuck for leads or headlines and I didn't go to the diner that night to meet you.
I was there to meet a CBI soldier who was gonna give his story, but he never showed.
Who was it? Elijah Linden.
Look, I-I never wanted you to become the story.
That's my editor's vision.
And what's yours? I don't know.
But if that means not running the piece on you and walking away, I'm I'm willing to do that.
Why? Because you're more than a story.
Okay, let's just zip you up really quick.
Mm, see that? Hey, let me get that off.
- Hey.
- What's up, kid? You're gonna need a bigger place to stack all this paper.
Look, I know I asked for this to be the setup You step forward, I hang back.
- But now you ain't so sure.
- I don't know.
Well, we partners.
Whatever you looking to do, let's hear it.
I get that I built this golden cage that I'm in.
But I can't hide in the shadows forever.
So don't hide no more.
- Just like that? - Just like that.
You looking to step out? Let's go.
Okay, what are you proposing? You take the clubs.
I keep the streets.
There's so much fucking money to be made, we both gonna make stacks.
Okay, but if we do this, my father will do everything he can to take this from me.
We drug dealers.
We take that risk every single fucking day.
You got to protect what's yours.
You up for that? - Yeah.
- Good.
If Walter fucks with what's yours, then he's fucking with what's mines.
And ain't nobody, your old man included, gonna fuck with what's mines.
You deserve this.
I know.
- You're back.
- I'm back.
Never thought I'd see you again.
I know.
I'm sorry.
I just had to get my head straight.
Me too.
But now it's crystal clear.
Come here.
You are the only thing that matters to me.
Let's get out of here, leave Chicago for good today.
- What about your family? - You're my family.
My sister and my father are never gonna change.
I'm done putting our lives on hold waiting for that to happen.
- Where would we go? - Wherever you want.
I sold the land.
I paid off your debt.
We can make a fresh start somewhere new, somewhere my father will never find us.
Just say yes.
Pack a bag.
We'll leave in a couple hours.
You obvious as a motherfucker, Skinny.
How the fuck you know I was here? You didn't even look.
I got eyes in the back of my head.
Now, that'd be some sick shit.
That'd be like superhero shit almost.
So what good news you hear that you bringing today? I ain't really got no good news, really.
I'm really just seeing what you into.
You ain't down with CBI no more? Nah, not as much.
I'm really just trying to diversify my skill set.
Hey, h-how about you put me on? I ain't looking for people who want to pivot.
I'm looking for people who want to stay put.
Hey, now, wait, look, I'm a loyal-ass motherfucker.
A-and check it out.
I'm a beast with numbers.
- Oh, yeah? - What? I'm the best.
- Man, throw anything at me.
- All right.
Try me.
- Give me a hard one, too.
- All right.
Let's see what you got.
What's 6,789 times 237? That's 1,608,993.
That's right.
Yeah, that right.
Give me another one, a harder one.
All right, let's see.
Let's see.
What's 5,433 divided by 82? That's 66.
Jesus Christ.
How the fuck you do that? Man, I see numbers in my head.
Like, I always have.
When I was a kid, I ain't really start reading till I was, like, six, and all the teachers at school thought I was stupid.
But the fact is I was never fucking stupid.
I just had all of this math going on in my head, like, all the fucking time.
I could never turn it off.
All right, let's try this.
Paco got two keys of cocaine.
Maria got a half.
Now, Julian, he need a eighth from Paco and a quarter from Maria to finish his cut to get to four keys.
How much coke did Julian start with? Wait, wait, wait.
Are we going metric system? Because if we are, then the "28 grams to a ounce" conversion, that's technically putting it all off by 0.
I think I got a spot for you, kid.
Yeah! Now, that's what I like to hear.
Say my name again.
See, I could listen to you all day.
Hey, can we focus here? Wow.
Your mama made some fine-ass babies.
Thank you.
And y'all didn't know nothing about each other? - Nothing.
- No.
You know what that's like? That is like those talk shows when people realize that they got a sibling down the street Are we here to work or do a fucking family tree? Work.
Me and Liliana, we got some brand-new shit going on right here.
It's getting big faster than we ever thought.
We're gonna need an extra pair of hands.
You know I'm good with my hands.
It's because of the trumpet, right? Uh, sax.
Oh, so cute.
The only thing you ever gonna be doing with those hands is this science right here, all right? You need to produce this product the exact same way every time we make a new cut.
There is no margin for error.
Got it.
Thank you for the opportunity.
Don't be thanking nobody yet.
You can't do this shit, you ain't got no place here.
But if you can, and I believe you could, then the lab gonna be the only place you gonna be.
It's secure.
It's safe.
It's legit from the outside.
Yeah, and from the inside, all the chemicals is legal in their individual forms, so You'll be a chemist, a cook but nothing more, nothing less.
- It's clear? - Absolutely crystalline.
Whew, I really like the way that sounded.
Jesus Christ, will you just walk him through the steps? Okay, so we got enough here to see if you have the basic understanding of mixing.
Well, I was a G in home ec.
This gonna be cake.
- You see what I did there? - I did.
J, what's the word, baby? Yep, what y'all got for me? So word on the street is the pilgrims been moving Dahlia.
Yeah, moving that shit.
Okay, wait.
So they just straight up off the "Mayflower," and now they moving Dahlia now? I don't don't get it.
I'm confused.
Them the fools with the black hats and them long-ass beards.
- You know this.
- Yeah, even in the summertime, they be wearing them long-ass trench coats.
Oh, shit, nigga, hold up.
Those are Hassidic Jews.
I know what y'all talking about, bro.
Hassidic Jews, all right? Y'all country-ass niggas really thought they was pilgrims? - Bro - For real? Hassidic Jews, Orthodox Jews, pilgrims, rabbis, whatever the fuck ever They have Dahlia.
We need it.
All right, you know what? Y'all niggas did good.
All right, I know where to look.
Don't worry about it.
Fuck is wrong with you, dude? Hey, so how we, um How we splitting the 20 bands? I mean, well, it's 20 divisible by two, so So ten and ten should be cool.
You know what y'all niggas really need - to do with that bread? - Mm.
Y'all need to take that money and go y'all asses down to Chicago State.
Hop on the red line.
Get off on 95th.
- All right, man.
- Enroll in history classes, okay? How's it going, Uncle Paulie? Everything okay? Yeah, just heading north to check on your cousin.
Yeah, he stopped by Simon's wake.
He seems like he's doing a little better.
Yeah, until he ain't.
Drink? You're a good boy, Vic.
Always have been.
Your old man might not see it, but he knows it.
And if he don't I do.
I'd be damn proud to have a son like you.
Yeah, I wish he was.
Just he makes it so fucking impossible sometimes.
This next thing I got to tell you ain't easy.
Your dad met with Tommy Egan about bringing him in.
I knew I couldn't trust that motherfucker.
Thank you for coming through, Uncle Paulie.
I took an oath to the family but I have a deeper loyalty to this family.
Thanks for the beer.
You got to trust the spoon.
Lay it down flat.
Don't dump it.
How's he doing? He's showing some real skill for this.
I'm not gonna let you down, bro.
Believe that.
Oh, I do.
Mm-hmm, yep.
Give me the pack.
What are you talking about? Look, I know you Moishe's man.
You got Dahlia, right? Give me the fucking pack.
I ain't gonna ask you again.
Fuck you, schvartze.
Fucker! This would have been so much easier if you were a fucking pilgrim.
Your dad met with Tommy Egan about bringing him in.
I knew I couldn't trust that motherfucker.
Okay, Chicago coming back on the quick.
I knew you niggas would see the way.
Nigga, forget everything we been thinking, all right? This what we on now.
- Designer shit? - You already know.
Nigga, I look like some Chicago bitch dripping in labels? - I mean, sh - Ah, don't say it, nigga.
Nigga, this Gary.
We repping one thing Long money.
This shit right here has a shelf life.
Molly? Molly only around for white kids that want to escape they suburban bullshit.
Ain't no color lines on this shit.
Everybody and they mama gonna be wanting to fuck with this, cousin.
All right.
You don't believe me? Hit it.
For real, nigga, try.
- But not too much, though.
- Hmm.
Enjoy the ride, nigga.
See y'all niggas on the moon.
Give me this shit.
Come on, cousin.
What the fuck is this shit? Black magic.
How can we get down on this? And how much it gonna cost us? Ain't gonna cost you nothing, cousin.
Just bullets and bodies, all right? When I call you, I just need y'all to be ready to come to Chicago and smoke every motherfucker standing between us and that shit.
Gary ready.
My nigga.
- Indeed.
- Mm-hmm.
All right, fool.
Gloria Flynn has such a nice ring to it.
- Don't you think? - Mm, does it though? Oh, what, you don't think so? I don't know.
Maybe you should take my name, fresh start and all.
We're finally doing it.
Yes, we are.
I love you so much.
I love you, too.
Vic! Vic.
Vic! Vic, are you okay? - Uh, you are you okay? - Yeah, I'm fine.
Your face.
Oh, fuck, get down, now! Glo, we're good.
Glo, get up.
Glo? Gloria? Babe? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
No, please, Gloria, no.
Please, babe.
Talk to me, come on.
Baby, you're good.
You're good, babe.
Hello? Who the fuck is this? It's your son.

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