Ragnarok (2020) s03e02 Episode Script

Till Death Do Us Part

Is that how you talk to me?
You threatening me?
Are you threatening me?
Is that how you talk to me?
- Hi, kiddo.
- Hi.
- Am I interrupting?
- No.
Do you know where Laurits is?
He didn't sleep at home.
I guess he slept at Jutulheim.
I don't know.
There's one thing,
because it's normal that
someone walks the bride down the aisle.
Grandpa is dead and
Laurits isn't too keen on this wedding,
so I was wondering if
Would you like to walk me down?
Of course. Yeah.
You're so nice.
Thank you so much.
- Do you want a smoothie?
- Yes.
- Can you close the door, please?
- Yeah.
There you go.
- Thanks.
- Here's your usual.
And it's on the house as always.
Thank you so much.
Why isn't he paying?
Well, uh, the Jutul family
are friends of ours.
I think that the Jutul family
really wants to pay.
Isn't that right?
No, no.
Oh, yeah. It's fine.
Uh, no, no, no, no.
Hey, it's totally fine.
No, don't.
No, no, no, no.
- I only have
- But can't I just let you
I think you can just take it.
Just keep the change.
I think you deserve it.
I think from now on,
when you come here,
you can use the parking lot
like everyone else.
And you can pay for your own food.
Have a nice day, Fjor.
Yeah, yeah.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
What is it?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Okay, take this then.
You're not the only one
who's hungry, you know.
But Mommy has maxed out
her credit cards, so
Sorry, little guy.
Mommy is going to find
something for you to eat, okay?
I'll see you later.
If we look at a modern city space,
scientists believe that, uh,
open city space is
Hey, everyone.
I just came by to let you know
that your final grades
you've been waiting for
are finally on their way.
The school's server has been down
since the power outage,
but you can expect them by email
in a couple of hours.
I just hope those grades
go straight to my spam folder.
Yes, in your case, Ada,
I guess that would be a dream come true
because these grades
must be your new record low.
Maybe you should spend more time
on your homework
and less time at the Grill.
Now, where were we?
- Hey, Magne.
- Hey.
That was not okay.
What do you mean?
It might be that you, as a principal,
think you can speak any way you want.
Humiliating your students
in front of the whole class?
The time when you could do that is over.
One throw
and you are?
You're right.
I shouldn't have done that.
It was a mistake.
It was a mistake. Just a mistake.
Was it just a mistake putting poison
in our drinking water too?
Was it a mistake?
What happened to Isolde?
Or Marit?
What do you want us to do? Hmm?
You're going to do the right thing.
You're going to apologize.
Not to me.
Hey, So
Nice to see you.
You haven't been here in months.
How are things with, uh, Morten?
Uh I
I don't know.
We're not together anymore.
And what are you doing with that?
Uh, food, for a food waste project.
Or, I mean
there are a lot of people
who don't have that much, so
Yes, so this could be a feast for them.
Right. I mean, do you think so?
Yeah. I mean, just, uh, this for example,
is very not fresh.
- Uh
- No.
But, uh here.
These. And nothing wrong with these.
- No.
- I mean
I totally agree,
it shouldn't be thrown away.
But let's just say the next time
you don't have to come inside.
You can just take the trash
whenever it's good for you.
- Okay.
- No, no, not like that.
Um, the trash has to stay outside.
But you you
You're very welcome to come in.
- Everything okay?
- Um, yep.
- I could come over at 7:00?
- Mmm-hmm.
We can get ready together.
Yeah, I think the others
are coming at around 9:00 or 10:00.
- Nice.
- Hmm.
- Can you get booze for me?
- Sure. What do you want?
I don't know. Just buy whatever
you're having, wine or something.
Fashionably late
was a couple of hours ago.
Yeah, but, uh, I just had to move out.
So, um, things are a bit messy right now.
- Okay.
- Hey, are you eating that?
If not, I'll gladly take it.
Just take it.
Thank you.
Yes, Ada.
I just wanted to apologize
for what I said in the classroom earlier.
It wasn't kind of me.
It was a mistake.
That's okay.
What just happened?
Why do I feel like
you had something to do with it?
- I don't know. Nothing to do with me.
- Really?
Hey, Magne.
Weren't you abroad?
- Yeah.
- Looks good.
I needed a change.
You know what I mean?
When you get the feeling that you're
walking around with unused potential.
So if we look
at the quarterly results,
we can see that
there is a surplus capacity
of about 12% to 15%.
Any comments on that?
Just keep going.
Yeah, because you have looked
at the paperwork I sent you.
So, we
we really should consider looking over
the surplus capacity at some point.
Vidar used to say that
it's the last krone earned
that matters the most.
I don't mean to interrupt,
but you should say hi to Marianne.
She's our new assistant accountant.
She'll be sitting out there near me.
- Odd Moland.
- Hi. Marianne Hansen. Pleasure.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Marianne Hansen.
Looking forward to working with you.
Why is that?
Because I have heard so much
about you and the company.
What have you heard?
Only good things.
I'm sure of that.
Wait a minute.
We have to find out what she's heard.
Do you know what we manufacture
at this factory?
I mean, yes, metal
- Metal?
- And
That's not very specific.
We produce the element
titanium here at the factory.
Wonderful. Good things to repeat.
There have to be limits
to how unprepared a person can be.
Who is it?
Hi, it's me. Turid.
Laurits mom.
Is Magne with you?
No, no, it's just me.
Hey, hey!
I I just brought some, some stuff.
Look at this.
I brought a baggage for Laurits.
He left so suddenly,
and he's a wain, so I thought
- Everything is in there.
- What do you mean?
If you could give it to him
or put it in his room.
Uh Laurits doesn't have room here.
- Really?
- He doesn't live here.
Because Magne said he came here, so
Is Magne here now,
waiting in the car, maybe?
No, I mean,
I'm talking about Laurits, the
- The younger one, you know.
- Yeah, yeah.
Do you know where he is?
I can't get hold of him
and he started calling himself Jutul, and
It's actually a bit hurtful for Magne.
He's a bit upset.
- Okay.
- Magne needs to cool down a bit,
so they could do
with a break from each other.
I understand.
You know what?
Say hi to Magne, and to Laurits.
And of course, you can tell Laurits
that he can stay here any time.
I'll find him a nice room.
I can't get hold of him, though.
- And we are excited for the wedding.
- Yes, we do.
Yes. Say hi to Magne and
and congratulate him on his good grades.
- Sorry?
- It's it's just amazing.
Uncooked rice is bad for the birds.
66, 67, 68, 69.
I think we should stop at 75.
I think that's enough.
I can't find Laurits anywhere.
He wasn't at Jutulheim.
He's not answering his phone.
I don't mean to be a helicopter mom,
but I would like to know where he is.
I saw him at school earlier today.
I'm sure he's just staying with a friend.
Magne, can't you call him
and tell him that
Ran says he's welcome to live with them?
No, I don't want to do that.
You have to accept
that he has two families, right?
She was very sweet.
She she's trying.
And she told me to congratulate
on your good grades.
She can't be for real.
I don't think you should
expect any good grades.
- Can you check if they have arrived?
- Sure.
Oh, my God, that's great!
What does it say?
That's amazing. A four in history.
You only have fours and fives.
Erik, you've been so kind to help him.
Those are very good grades.
- Congratulations.
- Thanks.
What do you think about
those grades?
You've never gotten
such good grades before.
They can't be yours.
It looks like it's a system error
or someone has
that you've got
someone else's grades, maybe.
Yeah, maybe.
But they aren't your grades, Magne.
Maybe you should talk to the principal.
Forget it.
I'm not talking to her.
Does this have anything to do
with what happened in the hall?
What, with Ran?
Are you scared of something, Magne?
Then why do you have a huge hammer
in your backpack?
Do you feel that you need
to defend yourself from someone?
That you need to protect yourself?
It's no big deal.
- Everything's fine.
- I worry about you.
- Because it's
- It's fine. Hey, everything's fine.
You're carrying that hammer
like it's a baby or something.
- There's nothing about the hammer.
- There obviously is.
Signy! There's nothing about that hammer!
It's none of your business!
None of my business?
You can sleep alone.
I mean, he brings the hammer to school.
He threatens me with it.
And suddenly I just
realize that everything can end like that.
You get it?
I mean, I haven't felt
something like that in more
more than a 1,000 years, right?
You're certainly feeling a lot.
And what's the deal with that vape?
You do realize we can die.
Yeah, but that's why
I'm trying to get rid of him.
Lock the door behind you.
- Had a long day?
- Yeah.
I was up at 7:30.
7:30? That's early.
Wanna swap?
Yeah, but then you'll take
Magne shit, too, right?
He's been acting like a cop all day.
He threatened me at school today.
It was awful.
Can you two stop feeling
sorry for yourselves?
I would suggest that you play along.
Be nice to Magne,
maybe he'll let his guard down,
and then he's ready for my plan.
Yeah. But I am playing along.
I gave him good grades.
Improbably good grades,
that I hope will satisfy him.
And I told Turid that
Laurits can come stay here if he wants to.
So we won't annoy Magne.
So your plan is to seduce Magne, right?
And then lure him up here,
and when he's not looking,
you take the hammer?
He carries that hammer all the time.
You can't do it.
There's not a second
when he's not watching that hammer.
Yes, there is. When he's sleeping.
- I'm taking one for the team.
- Oh, right.
You have a crush on him.
Am I the only one who thinks
this plan is a hit or miss?
I agree. But it's the best chance
we've got, at least for now.
What would you do instead?
Your plan with Laurits
and the worm isn't working very well.
Okay, let's see
One for you.
And then one for me.
One for you.
And one for me.
Hey, where are you going?
Is this where you live?
Well, I can't live with Magne so
and I wasn't all that welcome
at your house, either.
- What are you doing?
- We're eating.
Are you feeding it sandwiches
with peanut butter?
It was all I could find.
Yeah, fine. But I'm here now,
and I want to see how big it is.
So show me.
Well, it's not like it's gonna pop up
just like that. It's
It's shy, it needs a lot of trust and
You do realize that this isn't a pet,
don't you?
It's the Midgard serpent.
It's supposed to attack and kill people.
So teach it.
Teach it?
With people?
Shit, are you completely insane?
That is its purpose.
And who created it?
Hey! There you are with the hammer.
Something wrong between you and Signy?
She looks so upset.
We're fine.
What do you want?
Hey, I just found Dad's old suit.
Grandma saved it.
So I thought you could just wear it
for the wedding.
You're exactly the same size as Dad now?
Yeah, but it's
- a bit worn.
- No.
Well, it's trending now to wear vintage.
- It's torn.
- Yeah, but I can fix that.
Can we buy a new one?
There are a lot of expenses right now,
and I don't make as much money now
as I did when I worked at Jutul.
I hate that you haven't got the money
that they should have paid you.
It's no big deal. That's fine.
Even if they fired you,
you should get your money.
It's a long time ago.
I'll fix this for you.
Uh, I had a little look
at Magne's grade sheet.
- And I
- Yes.
don't really get it,
because, um, I didn't give him a four.
I gave him a two.
And I spoke to Ida.
She said the same thing, uh
She didn't give him a five.
- No.
- So we
Well, this boy has
been through a lot.
- Wouldn't you agree?
- Yeah, yeah.
Even you have treated him pretty unfairly.
Don't you agree that he deserves a break?
- But we can't just start to
- Erik
It's just a number, okay?
I have to get to class.
Yes, everyone.
You've all seen David Attenborough's
documentary on climate change
and the terrible threats
it poses on our planet.
Um let's start
by focusing on the message,
uh, that the filmmaker wants
to come across.
Uh let's discuss this in groups.
And I have actually made some groups.
and Magne.
You work together,
and the rest of you just
grab the person next to you,
or or mix or whatever you prefer.
Come on.
Did you bring the hammer?
Stop it! I know you do.
Isn't it completely insane
- to know you have all that power?
- Yes.
I'm wondering why aren't you afraid
like the rest of your family.
- They're scared straight, all of them.
- Who said I wasn't?
Maybe I just think
that it's very fascinating.
Is it because it can kill you?
Because I finally found
someone on my level.
- Hi.
- Hey.
We have a group project.
Okay, um
I just wanted to apologize
for the way I left yesterday.
It wasn't nice.
I didn't mean to say anything
to hurt you or anything.
- I wouldn't want that.
- It'll take more than that.
Okay. Um
Maybe we can talk about it later.
I've tried that, too.
Being with a human.
They can be,
they can be kind of lovely,
but they're fragile and can die anytime.
But you can't tell her how you feel.
You can't tell her what you're thinking
and you know it.
And I believe you can feel that.
- No.
- Yeah, I think you do.
Because she can't know you.
She will never know you.
Are you aware of how unnatural that is?
What if we actually care about each other?
Well, that's lovely.
And she's really quite cute.
Nice to look at and all that.
Quite all right in a
laid back, Bohemian kinda way.
But in 60 years,
when you bury that lovely young girl
and she's a wrinkly old bitch that drools,
you will still be strong,
handsome, big man.
You can call me then.
Because, like me, you will live forever.
No, I didn't read
the fucking report, Greg.
Yes, but that's not really
my responsibility, is it?
No, it isn't. So
Just tell him to not call me all the time.
There's documents
Nora, can you please just
Yeah, um, sorry.
I just thought I should, um
Yeah, clean up a little.
Can I call you back?
Whoa, that's a whole piece of cake.
Someone didn't want cake.
Do you want cake?
You'd like to eat cake, right?
Do you usually eat the cake
leftovers after meetings, too?
Do you?
Are you going to bring it outside
and eat it?
You will, won't you?
Take it with you.
Enjoy it.
The two of us need
to talk about your tone.
Marianne is totally new.
You have to give her a chance
to get properly into this.
Yeah, I asked her
if she likes eating cake.
And I don't think you should do that.
Unless you want the union
to go after you,
they're pretty observant about how
male bosses treat their female employees.
She's out there with tears in her eyes,
saying that you make her feel fat.
So let's just agree that
if there is anything at all,
you take it up with me
and leave Marianne alone.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Do you have a minute?
Yeah, is it
a warning about budget cuts?
It's personal.
- Of what?
- I have
I have a sudden need
that I thought you could help me with.
As a psychologist.
Yes. Yes, yes. Uh
Sure. Sit down.
I don't know where to begin.
The thing is, I'm struggling
with a couple of issues.
That I think you might be able
to help me fix.
No problem.
Right. This is confidential, right?
The thing is,
I'm experiencing the the fear of death.
After receiving a death threat.
Yes. It was actually one of
the students here at school.
The one who killed my husband.
It wasn't a heart attack,
but I didn't want to involve the police.
So now I'm trying to find
strategies to handle this.
Like giving him better grades.
So that he'll stop
threatening me and my children
with this dangerous weapon
that he carries with him all the time.
- Well, I
- In addition to that,
I actually feel really estranged
from my children.
Maybe it's because
they're not actually my children,
but we're just pretending and that
the world can't find out about it.
I don't know, but
Yeah, I don't know.
It's up to you where to start.
- See how everyone moves for us?
- They're not moving for me.
Don't underestimate yourself.
People respect you
if you show them who you are.
Show them? I can't
I can't show them who I am here.
You know that won't work.
To show them who I really am.
My reality is so different than yours.
Your family is filthy rich and has power.
I have no power.
My mom is working at a grocery store.
Because you fired her.
Do you know what I'm wearing
to the wedding?
My dad's old suit with holes in it.
So, I
Yeah, I realize that.
We owe you something.
Just so you know,
back when he, Fjor fired your mom,
I told him it was out of order.
Just so you know.
Let me help you a little.
What's that?
It's my company card.
So you can buy yourself a nice suit.
Can I just use it?
- Hey.
- Did you get you worked done?
- Hmm.
- Yes.
Do we have to be anywhere?
Uh, no, not that I know of.
Nice. Then we can maybe
do something together.
- Okay.
- Mmm.
Buy her something nice, too.
Something real.
Have fun.
What did she mean by that?
Uh I don't know.
But do you know
what you're wearing on Saturday?
- No, not yet.
- No?
Naturally, we'll adjust the sleeves
and the length of the dress.
If you want, I can also find a tie for you
that matches the dress.
Should we find a matching tie?
Yes, do that. Thanks.
I get that you think it's nice,
but it doesn't really feel like
- me somehow.
- I think you look really nice.
This seems like a lot to spend on a dress
for just one for the wedding.
We could, of course,
find something a bit cheaper.
I mean, I'm sure I have something at home.
Isn't that just easier.
But what do you think?
I don't know, I
Don't you think I can't afford it? Huh?
Uh, yeah. Yeah, I I mean
What if I wanted
to spend a lot of money?
Magne, what are you doing?
You shouldn't get involved
in how much I'm spending here.
What's your name?
- William.
- William.
When can he have this ready, William?
Uh Tomorrow, uh, after 12.
- Yeah.
- How would you like to pay?
By card.
Here you go, William.
You're being rude, Magne.
Uh, I'm sorry.
But this isn't your card.
It belongs to Saxa Jutul.
- Yeah, it's fine.
- Did Saxa give you her card?
- Yeah.
- So that's what she meant.
- But it's fine.
- Fine?
But, um
it is a company card, so I have to make
a call to get that confirmed.
Don't get so grumpy.
She just wants to help us.
She feels like she owes us a favor.
Okay, but that is fucking
your deal, Magne.
I'm not gonna owe Saxa shit.
You're sure about that?
It's says Jutul Industries on the card.
Uh, I don't think that can be right.
- It's says Saxa Jutul.
- Okay.
Just a moment.
Fjor, the clerk says that
there's a customer trying to pay
with Saxa's company card.
Maybe you should talk to him?
Uh, I'm sorry,
I have a Fjor Jutul on the line.
He can't get ahold
of his sister right now,
and he doesn't understand
why you have her card.
- Hello?
- What have you done to Saxa?
I haven't done anything.
She just felt that she owed us a favor
because you fired my mom.
But maybe it's you who owes us.
Okay. What do you mean by that?
You fired my mom, right?
And now you want clothes as compensation?
Yeah, I think that's fair.
I think that's right.
And if you have a problem
with that, Fjor
- I'll come and see you.
- No, no, it's It's fine.
You can just get the clerk
back on the line.
Okay. You don't want my gift?
But it's not your gift, Magne.
It's Saxa's.
This is all really weird.
I don't get why you're
You're acting different.
Don't you get it? Because I'm so sick
of being that weakling.
Don't you get that?
Can you hear yourself right now?
I'm not going to stand here
and have this argument with you in a shop.
Okay. But you love telling me that
I'm not good enough for the grades I got.
But it's not about being good enough.
It was never even about that.
- They were the wrong grades.
- And then I gave you a gift.
That's not good enough, either.
Uh what is going on?
You know what?
I think you're just jealous.
Of me and Saxa.
Who are you right now?
Who am I?
I I have to think.
I think we need a break.
I think I owe you an apology.
I wasn't nice to you.
Um, thanks, but you really
don't have to worry about it.
- It's fine.
- No. It's not okay.
I know it's not been easy for you.
I'm sorry.
Maybe we can try again with a clean slate.
That's really kind.
Can I offer you a ride home?
No, that's that's not necessary.
- I can't let you do that.
- Oh, yeah, yeah.
Of course you can.
Come on, we'll take a nice route.
There's a nice spot by the fjord
I want to show you.
Really nice.
On the house.
If you can say hi to your brother from me.
Nice, you could meet me.
Remember the last time?
You grabbed a knife
because you thought I'd kill you?
But I was afraid of you back then.
You were right to be,
because you were just
a scared, insecure, dyslexic little boy.
But you've changed a bit.
And you know that you can be
whatever you want.
As long as you allow yourself.
And now, compared to the last time,
we have respect for each other.
You and I, we understand each other.
And you know why?
Because we're the same kind.
How did you get in here?
I'm king of the Gods.
And the door wasn't locked.
Okay. What do you want?
I want to know what's happening to you.
Have you started going
on dates with Giants?
- I don't know what you're talking about.
- What's in your bag?
No, I'm out of here.
You listen to me, boy.
You have the world's most powerful weapon
and you go around threatening people
as if it's a cheap pocket knife.
It was you who told me to.
You said I should use the hammer,
when I do, it's wrong?
Yeah, you're not using it
for what it's meant for, to fight evil.
How the fuck do you know?
- That's exactly what I'm doing.
- No.
You like the power that the hammer
gives you using it for blackmail?
Don't you think
that they need to learn
who's in charge here?
Now that
was the hammer talking, not you.
The hammer talking?
The hammer has overpowered you.
It's using you.
Are you threatening me?
You dare talk to me like that
in my own home? Huh?
- Are you threatening me?
- Magne
Hey! Are you threatening me?
Where are you?
You have broken into a private residence.
My home.
I think you should leave now.
Pick up your fucking crutch.
Pick it up!
How can they be so fucking late?
I got an email from Nora.
She saying that one of
the new employees is dead.
Marianne from your office?
The police found her mutilated
remains in the fjord.
That's awful. Oh, my God.
To be honest, I don't think
she was very happy with herself.
So maybe it was just as well.
If you had anything
to do with this Fjor
What have you done?
Sorry, could I get one of those?
No. No, no. Sorry.
You just had to pretend
you didn't see me. Magne isn't here.
And he was supposed to walk me down.
I don't know what to do now.
Should I just walk in?
- But then it will
- No, no, I can I can do it.
Dearly beloved.
Dear Turid.
Dear Erik.
We're gathered here today
to celebrate the love
between these two wonderful people.
Sorry I'm late, little brother.
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