Rebel Cheer Squad - A Get Even Series (2022) s01e08 Episode Script

Episode 8

All competitors in
the Havenmoor Regional Cheer Competition
must complete registration
within the next five minutes.
That's five minutes to register.
How long is this going to take?
They can't keep us hanging on like this.
It's okay. Ms. Carson's on her way.
It's not good.
In the light of what's happened,
- Bannerman has been disqualified.
- What?!
That's not fair.
We didn't do anything wrong.
- Neither did he.
- Right, they must know he's innocent.
The allegation concerns
performance-enhancing drugs,
but they can't rule out the possibility
that you've all taken them.
I will pee in a cup
if it means that we can compete.
There's no time to test
and get results back.
So it's easier to just
Well, that was brutally quick.
Can we talk in my office?
We can talk here.
I mean, hasn't the worst already happened?
Coach Harris,
you are suspended from your position
until further notice.
It's effective immediately.
- You know how wrong this is.
- I have no choice.
You could look into who set me up
instead of treating me like I'm guilty.
Right now, my priority is
the reputation of the school.
We are still the hosts of this event.
I expect you to make Bannerman proud.
Go out and welcome our guests.
It's done.
What are you doing here?
Enjoying my victory.
Today is gonna be fun.
I brought popcorn.
Enjoy it because it won't last.
You're cute when you get angry.
You know it's not hard to go to the police
and tell them everything you've done.
Why haven't you?
Oh, but I know why.
You have no evidence.
You don't know what we have on you.
Yes, I do.
- How?
- I have my ways.
Think about what you're doing.
This could ruin my dad's life.
Still worth it.
What happened to you?
Because something did
to make you this way.
I just learned that life's
more fun when you're winning.
Welcome, everyone,
to Bannerman Independent School.
We are proud to be the hosts
of the Havenmoor Cheer Regionals.
Good luck
to all the teams competing today.
Poor little Clara.
You're not even in the game.
You should've got a better bed ♪
Better for your head
Better heads need shut-eye ♪
People, all the people
With big bellies banging bigger drums ♪
They beat down on you
They beat the pulse into your shoes ♪
Hi, welcome to Bannerman.
You'll find
everything you need on that map,
and good luck for the competition,
I guess.
I don't need a map, obviously.
- You're on Bushgrove's team?
- I know. It's so great to be on a team
which doesn't have a druggie for a coach.
And I'm guessing great to have
new teammates to bully and belittle.
I was looking forward
to beating Bannerman today,
but this this is better.
This way, I get to watch
you all depressed on the sidelines.
Too tragic to even compete.
Where will I be ♪
In the lie? ♪
You make it look easier ♪
To get by ♪
I keep falling back ♪
'Cause you're giving me a heart attack ♪
The ice is breaking through ♪
I don't know if I can face the truth ♪
Wait. What are you doing here?
I didn't message you.
Or you.
I'm here because I'm seriously frustrated
and I needed a place to be that.
I needed a break
from being nice to people.
And usually I'm down with that.
What about you?
I was feeling pretty terrible,
probably because I didn't have
the best kind of weirdos around.
Okay, can we hug now, please?
Because I don't know
if we're supposed to speak out
our issues or something, but
Now that I, I ♪
Not being friends with you guys sucks.
I don't know. I mean, I was fine.
It's not like I was up here
crying or anything.
Oh, no. Me too.
Totally chill without you guys.
Not to distract
from the hugging and healing, but
All of us here, now.
It has to be a sign.
I did find something.
I was thinking about
why Mouse is the way she is.
And those photos on her pinboard,
the same face over and over again.
They obviously meant a lot to her.
So I did some digging,
and I found something that could help.
- Tell me we're going to put this right.
- We have to.
We're DGM after all.
Everyone has someone, right?
Someone they listen to.
Someone who can make them change or stop.
I think he's that person for Mouse.
Based on my sleuthing,
he comes here to run
every Saturday afternoon.
What if this is the one Saturday
he decides to stay home and study?
Worse, what if I have to run?
I don't think we have to worry about that.
- Hey, Christopher Beeman?
- Yeah.
Who are you?
My name's Clara.
Clara Harris.
We're here to talk to you
about your sister. She's been kind of
off the rails.
And terrorizing the school.
- We think it's revenge.
- For what?
For you.
We think she's doing it all for you.
I recognized you
from some of the photos she had
and did some research.
I know you were framed for murder.
And that Bannerman did nothing.
They just wanted someone, anyone,
in prison so they could move on.
And focus on what they really care about,
restoring their reputation.
Are we right so far?
Did you wanna show up and remind me
of a really bad time in my life?
We didn't want to show up at all.
We had to show up.
Things haven't been good at Bannerman,
so we decided to do something about it.
And we decided it was time
that DGM made a comeback.
We know that DGM cleared
your name, helped you.
So we're hoping you can help us.
Pick up the pace ♪
Pick up the pace ♪
Charged to dish on
With tricks, no harm in this ♪
Live like an ansonist ♪
On my wit, 29
And they call me bish ♪
In the field ♪
Hey, big bro.
Tarnish with pay
What harm is there? ♪
Turned into packing
Now a child in it ♪
Bushgrove just performed.
Mouse will be here soon.
Wait, what did you just call Meg?
Oh, um, Mouse.
It's sort of her nickname.
I think Viola started it.
Because she's quiet, like a mouse.
Wow, she really is having a hard time.
But it's because of her,
everyone else is having a hard time too.
I'm still not sure
about that. The stuff you told me,
hurting your sister, setting your dad up,
that's not who she is.
If you don't believe me,
promise me something.
Promise me you'll dig.
Push her. Ask more.
Get to the truth.
Isn't this nice?
You weren't kidding
when you said this was serious.
Is what they're saying true?
What have you been up to, Meg?
Things and stuff.
You can tell me. I get it.
I know better than anyone
what Bannerman is capable of.
That was then. Things are different now.
Not so much.
You're at uni.
But I'm stuck here.
The bullying,
putting everything under the carpet.
framing someone isn't gonna help anything.
It's time to come clean.
I would.
But I don't know
what you're talking about.
Haven't you lied enough?
- Aren't you bored of it yet?
- Aren't you?
They lied to me, Chris.
They pretended like we were going
to change the school together.
Even worse, they pretended to be
my friends just to trick me.
And that hurt because I needed friends.
I don't have any.
Is that true?
We didn't think we could trust her.
In that case, I can't trust you.
Thought you might still be packing.
A fine performance from St. Annes.
Doubt it.
Their baskets are a mess,
like drunk birds in a tornado.
Hey, what have I taught you about
being a good sport?
Even today?
In these circumstances?
No, you're right.
Today we're allowed to wallow.
And to do that properly,
we're going to need snacks.
Well, go to the vending machine
near the sports hall
- because it has the best
- It has the best crisps. I know.
- Grace.
- Do you have a minute?
I have, like, one minute.
You know what? I'll catch you later.
I just wanted to say
I'm sorry you didn't get to compete today.
I'm sorry about that too.
I realized something.
I think I know why you were talking
to my tutor and in my house.
The stuff happening around school,
you thought it was me.
What does it matter?
I was wrong.
It matters because I was hard on you
for lying, but you had a reason.
So, you know, it got me thinking
about the things I've done and
- What's my excuse?
- And?
I think I need to get better
at taking no for an answer.
Yeah, you should work on that.
Maybe start with some form
of YouTube tutorial?
Yeah, I came back.
Uh-huh. I see that.
I didn't want you to think that
I was giving up on you, because I'm not.
I wanted to give you space,
which isn't the same thing at all,
and I wanted you to know that.
So I've said it.
I'm going now.
Evan, wait.
Thank you for giving me space,
not pressuring me, but
you don't need to do that anymore.
In terms of not getting what you want,
this feels like a harsher lesson
than a YouTube tutorial.
Give me a year
and I might just be happy for them.
Let's go ♪
Let's go ♪
to our final team to compete today.
Now it's time for the judges
to collate their scores
and pick a winner.
Okay, thank you, everyone.
What an amazing day.
Uh, I'm sure our judges
are going to have a hard time
deciding a winner.
We interrupt regionals
to bring you an urgent message.
Earlier today, Bannerman was disqualified.
DGM would like you to know the truth.
Okay, yeah.
I set up Coach Harris.
But I had to do it.
I knew it would trash
Bannerman's reputation.
That's Mouse!
And she doesn't even sound pathetic.
I knew it would trash
Bannerman's reputation.
We're DGM after all.
I spoke to Mouse
and she was so convinced
that we didn't have anything on her.
It got me thinking
how she knew for sure and
She must have planted it on me yesterday.
Rumi, can you re-route a listening device?
So the recording comes to us? Sure.
Good, because we're gonna need a plan B.
Christopher Beeman?
Who are you?
My name's Clara. Clara Harris.
We're here to talk to you
about your sister.
It's just us. You can be honest.
- Promise you won't hate me?
- I could never hate you.
Okay, yeah.
I set up Coach Harris.
But I had to do it.
I knew it would trash
Bannerman's reputation.
Bannerman's reputation.
What about everything else?
- Leila, how do you explain that?
- Leila.
Leila got a warning.
It's not my fault that she ignored it.
You could've stopped there!
It wasn't enough.
I had to go gaga.
- You lost yourself.
- I found myself.
Honestly, I've had the best time, Chris,
and Bannerman can't survive much more.
When that happens,
it'll be because I'm awesome.
I don't think
you're going anywhere.
You underestimated us.
Did you seriously think
we were just going to quit?
We're called DGM.
You know what that stands for, right?
I know. You don't get mad.
Rumes, you want to finish that sentence?
We get even.
And you know what, Mouse?
We were always in the game.
Will you come with me, please?
This whole situation is highly irregular.
Yes. However, you heard it yourself.
Coach Harris was framed.
There's no longer any reason
for our disqualification.
Except the day is basically over.
Basically over isn't over.
My team have worked hard for this.
I'll need to discuss this
with the other judges.
Can he fetch us some water
while we confer?
I'm not a "he." I'm a "they."
- Sam, I don't think now is really
- No, no, it's okay.
I apologize.
Just don't let it happen again
if you want to get hydrated.
Thank you.
So now we just wait?
Whatever happens, you didn't give up.
You made Bannerman proud.
You fought back.
From now on, so will I.
Look at you all,
eager and waiting and hoping,
like it's Christmas
and Santa might show up.
go jump in a ditch.
If I did, I'd land perfectly.
Unlike someone else around here.
Sorry, do you mind if I just
Can I just
Sorry. So sorry.
Yeah, sorry. Excuse me.
Yeah, thanks. Um, ooh.
Thank you.
- Hmm. Stalker.
- Technically, you ran to me.
Sure, but
Why are you here, Jess?
If I answer honestly,
it'll ruin my plan to play it cool.
Okay, you said you never know
what's going on with me, so here it is.
I freaked out.
There were other reasons I canceled,
but that's the main one, fear.
What were you scared of?
I thought I'd date a ton of cute girls,
casually, for years,
and then maybe at 33 or something,
I'd find someone I really liked.
You turned up early.
That was possibly
the most perfect first kiss.
Good, because the second one's
gonna be terrible.
You're right. So bad.
I guess we should kiss again
to remove the memory of kiss number two.
Can I have
the Bannerman cheer team here?
You'd better
I have done a lot of running today!
- What?
- You can compete.
It needs to happen now.
Competition hours finish at five pm.
- You've got 5 minutes.
- Bannerman, are you ready?
- We can do this, can't we, guys?
- Yeah!
Come on, then!
Now, in a change in the schedule,
please welcome Bannerman Cheer!
The person who put you in the hospital
is now with the police.
Yeah, because of you.
You said you'd find out who hurt me
and you kept your promise.
I admit nothing.
You, Rumi, and Grace,
it has to be you guys.
Again, I admit nothing.
You started it because of me.
You did it for me.
Don't get emotional or anything,
but there's a lot I'd do for you.
You know, I've been thinking
this team needs more than one flyer.
Hey, Dad. I mean, Coach!
Me and Clara,
we're gonna split the routine.
Didn't we just cover
how you don't need to be scared?
This isn't about fear.
This is about winning.
- I take stunts, you take baskets?
- It makes sense.
I mean, she is better at baskets, right?
- Well, I think the team agree.
- We agree.
100% agree.
- Can we just get on with it already?
- Okay, let's do this. Come on.
I like to shake it up
And keep that body working ♪
I'mma push it
Keep 'em running round in circles ♪
I'm on the top, I never stop ♪
I got that vroom-vroom ♪
I make it hot, watch when I drop ♪
I make it boom-boom ♪
Do it like ♪
Do-do-do it like ♪
Never looking back ♪
Do it, do it, do it, do it like ♪
Do it, do it, do it, do it like ♪
Do it, do it, do it, do it like
Do it, do it, do it, do it like ♪
This, this, this, this, this ♪
Do it like this ♪
Do it like
This, this, this, this, this ♪
Do it like this ♪
Do it like, do it like ♪
Do it like
This, this, this, this, this ♪
Thank you to all the performers today.
Uh, please bear with us
while the judges confer.
Well done, team.
Are you going to tell me what you
had to do with clearing my name?
And earlier on today, you were making sure
I hung around just long enough.
- That's just coincidence?
- Yep.
Clara, I need you to know something.
Do you need me to know this year?
Cut me some slack, love, please.
This is hard.
Okay, sorry.
I think you helped me.
I'm not going to push you
to make you say it, but I think you did.
Because I think you are really smart.
When I do things
that you don't understand,
like making Leila flyer,
it's not because you're a second thought.
It's because
It's because I don't worry about you.
I mean,
I wouldn't mind it
if occasionally you worried about me.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know.
Sorry, that came out wrong.
I push Leila
because she needs pushing.
Yeah? You don't.
I look at you and I see a girl
that could rule the world.
I had no idea.
Well, that's on me.
I'm going to try to be more
obvious from now on.
More obvious that you think I'm awesome?
Okay. Yeah, you fish for compliments.
It's fair.
You're awesome and you're clever.
And, um
thank you
for saving me.
Attention, everyone.
The results are in.
Third place goes to St. Annes.
Bannerman and Bushgrove,
can I get you both down here?
Amazing performances
from you both today.
For the first time ever,
the regionals trophy
goes to Bannerman Independent School.
Oh, I'm so lucky ♪
You are my best friend ♪
Okay, so from this vantage point,
I kind of feel like this is our kingdom.
It is, in a way.
I mean, we caught the bad guy/girl.
And we can do more.
Do you remember that thing I said
when I was running for president?
Not really, no.
I was only half-listening.
The bit about how no one here
should feel scared or alone or bullied.
I think DGM need to stick around
to make sure.
But first, Rumi, you need to tell us
what the deal is with Jess.
And Grace needs to tell us
what's happening with her and Evan.
- Okay, yeah, lots to discuss.
- Mm!
And I kind of like my sister now.
Yeah, we should definitely cover that too.
Me, me, me, me, me, you ♪
You should've got a better bed ♪
Better for your head ♪
Better heads need shut-eye ♪
You should've got out of the red ♪
In the red, you're better off dead ♪
Deader than the red Dead sea ♪
Promise it to me ♪
Promise me the sea ♪
People, all the people
With big bellies banging bigger drums ♪
They beat down on you ♪
They beat the pulse into your shoes ♪
You should've got a better bed
Better for your head ♪
Better heads need shut-eye ♪
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