Reservation Dogs (2021) s02e04 Episode Script


No big deal.
All right, we got the fried chicken.
- Good to see you.
- Good to see you.
Hey, sweetie.
Want some coffee?
Oh. Bang.
Got a pile of 'em at home.
Okay, superfan.
- She got a pile at home.
- That's what's up.
Hey, Charlie.
Sorry, niece.
she's a real one.
I'm so sorry, sister.
She's in a better place now.
She's not dead yet, Cheese.
- Whoa.
- Don't want to make the
Here you go.
What you want me to do with this?
Cook it up, shit. It's organtic.
Aho, aho, aho, aho, aho, aho.
- What's up, Big?
- Ah.
- How are you?
- Are you for real?
Well, shit. There's no more
seats around here.
- Brownie.
- Hey.
- Yeah, gotcha.
- Ooh, look at this.
- Oh-ho-ho!
- Oh!
Real tradish, Uncle.
Yeah, I brought the diet ones
for you, you know.
She back here? I'll go say "hi."
Is it possible
that extraterrestrial intervention
Look at that.
Fucking aliens were here way back then.
I think they were
the ancestors, the old ones.
I don't know.
Why would they come here and create us?
Oh, shit.
Uh-huh, Teenie!
- Yup. Oh, it's been a long time.
- Oh!
- It sure has.
- Yup.
Let me take that for you.
Well, look who finally came home.
Cousin. Look who's still here.
We good?
Yeah, of course.
Holy shit.
You look just like her.
All grown up.
I'm Teenie.
Yeah, I I know who you are.
Smells good.
Take these.
Move! I'm your elder.
Enjoy that CD.
Hey, B.
What's up, Bev?
Hi, Cleo.
So I watched Training Day all day.
Fuck! It's Brownie.
- Fucking weedar.
- Oh, smoke it up!
Wait'll you see.
One of 'em has my earrings now.
One of them has hangnail, so
Fawk she doing here?
Not even gonna help or say hi?
Probably just needs to be invited.
Come help?
Shouldn't have to ask her.
I've never made fry bread.
City girl.
Hey, watch it. I'm from the city.
I can make better bread
than all you country-fides.
What? Like, gluten free?
I'll teach you. Lift your sleeves up.
Take some dough.
Yeah, spread it all over.
Gonna have to touch up some of
this polish before the night's out.
There you go, Ma.
Least she's going the right way.
Don't have more of that.
I don't have any.
Oh, you want a drink?
- No. Just water. Thanks. Mm, mm, mm.
- Yeah.
- Ah.
- You ever get married, Big?
Shit. Just to the law.
Why? You looking?
I come with too much baggage.
You know that.
Sure. Shove it in next to my baggage.
Have to make room, but it'll fit.
Where you going, Bear?
Hey. Easy.
Grease poppin' ♪
- When the fry bread droppin' ♪
- Uh ♪
Smell it in the air,
got everybody stoppin' ♪
- Hey ♪
- From the fairgrounds ♪
- What? Yeah ♪
- It ain't the same ♪
Them other people like it,
but us Indians complain ♪
Give me the chili ♪
Beans, commodity cheese ♪
- Pile on top ♪
- Hey, everybody?
Uh, I think we should say
a prayer before we eat.
Cheese, did you want
to say the blessing?
yeah. Yeah, I'll s I'll-I'll say it.
Would everyone please stand?
okay. Uh,
bow your heads.
Um, okay, saying a prayer.
Lord, the Creator,
he, she, they,
whatever your pronouns may be,
we ask you to bless this food and
the people that cooked it.
We know our friend Elora here
is having a hard time right now,
as her grandma transcends into that
place in the great beyond.
In a galaxy
far away
In our grief, we come to you.
In your name. Amen.
Okay, everybody, hvmbvks.
Uh, hey, Bear,
would you take this out back?
Mm-hmm. Of course.
It's more later.
Damn. That looks good!
Oh! Hey.
Why do they give me such a small plate?
Are you trying to say something
about my weight or what?
Ah, it's okay. You know,
I'm actually losing weight
because of these spirit plates.
What are you doing here?
What are you doing here?
Elora's grandmother's dying.
Mm. Oh, I know, I know.
That's why I'm here.
I got to take her to orientation.
what are you doing here?
I I have to be here for my friend.
Aho! Young warrior, that's good.
You're here for your friend.
That's good.
Does she know that?
I mean, I-I assume so.
- I'm here.
- Ah, yes.
That old Indian saying that,
"I'm here. That should be good enough.
"You should know exactly how I feel
- without me even saying anything."
- Man
Hey, listen up, little fucker.
I'm trying to give you
some ancestor teachings here.
All the ways
back in my day, when I was
a young warrior on the plains,
I once had an engorged testicle.
Fucker was about the size
of a cantaloupe.
And I didn't talk about my pain.
I swallowed it,
and it got worse and worse.
And my friends they didn't
say nothing about it
because we didn't communicate
with each other.
And then, that testicle
was the first part of me
to go on to the spirit world.
My point is, your friend in there
She's got that testicle pain.
That pain in her heart.
Her heart nard.
Okay, I got it.
- Thanks.
- Aho!
Where'd the fuck that horse go?
IHS doctor said
I had that Marioko Aoki.
What the hell you say?
Mary-oko Aoki.
That doesn't sound like a real thing.
Yeah, it's very real. I suffer from it.
Lots more people have it
than is reported.
Like, haven't you ever walked
into a library
and felt like you had to go?
So, you're telling me
you got to take a shit
every time you walk into a library?
Yeah. Something about
those old books gets me going.
Got to take a big old shit.
I got sensitive bowels anyway.
I don't get it.
She literally jumped you, bro.
She's lucky this is sacred times, fawk,
or I'd be giving her
my two-piece combo right now.
She never even met Mabel.
once this all gets settled,
we're back on the road, right?
Yeah, for sure.
He ain't gonna do it now.
Hey, you guys snaggin' yet?
I'm 15.
I was a late bloomer, too.
Shit. I was snaggin' when I was 12.
Church camp.
Group sex.
Yeah, he remembers.
It was always "Teenie
and Cookie." Double-trouble!
We were so
hungover that time in church.
I looked over at Cookie,
and her face is green.
I'm laughing at her, but basically,
- I'm sweating out pure alcohol.
- Oh.
And she tried
to run out of the church,
but she didn't make it.
- She puked all over the aisle
- Oh.
- Right in front of the pastor.
- God.
And poor Mabel was so sweet.
You know, she just always
saw the best in everyone.
She was so concerned that Cookie
had caught the stomach bug.
It was damn Fixico who gave us away.
He started talking about the
wine flu that was going around.
You should've seen Mabel's face drop.
She kicked Cookie right
in the ass, right out of church.
Oh, man.
But no matter how mad she was,
she still cured us
- with that big greasy breakfast.
- Ooh. - Oh.
Goddamn. Her hash browns could
bring you back from the dead!
- Loved her hash browns.
- Right?
- Mmm. - Ah.
- Grandma did that?
Yeah, girl.
She changed after your mom died.
She took it really hard.
We all did.
Yeah, I just couldn't
come back after Cookie.
I can, uh I can sit with her
if you want to take a break.
Since when were you sweet?
Look at em'.
Just like we used to do.
Used to?
What do you mean?
Some of us are still here doing it.
Pretty night.
It is.
Ah, it's always a strange thing
Events like this.
Brings people together.
Seems like we all should have gotten
together before something like death.
Why not death?
It's the best time to come together.
Yeah, I guess.
Gives closure.
Like, uh
what if we all would've
come together after Cookie died?
No one really hung out after that.
Really ended everything.
But it would've been good to see you.
For me, anyway.
Now, here we are.
Mabel's going.
I don't know. It's weird, huh?
It is.
Sure is.
I really don't know
why I'm here, actually.
I'm not doing a lot.
Sure you do.
We're here for Elora.
You're right.
- All right, boys. All right, boys.
- Hey!
- All right, boys.
- Hey, fellas. - What's up?
- What's up?
- No, thanks.
I'm too short to get high.
- Ooh.
- Mmm.
- Thank you.
- Oh, you're so bad.
- Yummy.
- You're so good.
Hey, you want to come check out
those beaded medallions
I was telling you about?
Can I take a rain check?
You got any cake left in that box?
- Anyone?
- No.
Sleeping with the enemy.
Da fawk?
So, who's single here?
Trying to find me a hometown snag.
What about you?
You got a snag?
What? No.
No boyfriend?
No girlfriend?
Can't be tamed.
That's right.
She doesn't need any
of those shitasses.
Let her focus on school,
and she can deal
with those idiots later.
Dang, Grandpa.
Has anyone told you about
him when he was younger?
No. Teenie
We used to call him, uh
What did we use? Ugh.
We used to call him
- Oh. Haj dog.
- Haj dog.
- All right. Okay.
- 'Cause nobody
could down as many beers as him.
All right, let's change the subject.
This one time, he peed in a dryer.
All right, I'm out of here.
- Never said you did?
- Remember that?
- I'm gone. Goodbye.
- Oh.
Hey, man,
the party's just getting started.
So what you gonna do with the house?
Could use an update.
What do you mean?
Well, it's yours when she passes.
You're the closest with her.
I am?
You can make it your own now.
Fix it up, sell it.
Take the money, go to school.
Get the hell out of here.
When'd you move away?
When your mama passed
I left, and
I didn't know what the hell to do
so I enlisted.
I got to travel all over.
Got my degree out of it.
But I was here when you were born.
In that room.
Nobody could put you down.
You would just scream.
And poor Cookie was so tired,
so I held you
and rocked you for hours
in that room while she slept.
I should've come back sooner,
even just to see you, girl.
You don't like me, do you?
I don't.
I'm not supposed to.
But life is short.
Maybe you're not as bad
as a person as we thought.
I mean, you're here.
I'm here because my aunt made me.
No, you're not.
It's time.
It's okay, Mabel.
Cookie's waiting for you.
I need air.
Hey, shitass.
I'm a spirit.
Crazy, ennit?
I just
I just came to thank you.
That's all.
You did good today.
What now?
Now I'm gonna go.
Don't give away
my blue willow dish set.
I'll haunt you.
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