Sexy Beast (2024) s01e02 Episode Script

Donny, Donny, Donny

Go home and lead a quiet life.
Only if you come with me.
I've been loyal to you, Rick,
but I get offers all the time.
Might just have to consider one of them.
- What's going on with you?
- You don't understand, Gal.
You're doing too much of that gear.
- Who you buying from?
- No one.
- Who you buying from?
- No one!
It's a bit of E, Gal.
So where you gonna
live after the wedding?
- I don't know. Maybe Layton.
- Hmm.
Although, actually, don't know if that's
far enough away for Gal these days.
Marjorie's dad's got the business.
She's gorgeous.
I don't know you want.
More, Aitch, a lot more.
I told Stan about the
job you boys done for me.
He might have something for
you, maybe with Teddy Bass.
We're after an extremely
rare and valuable coin.
Ted and I are both wondering
how you're gonna be addressing
your witness problem.
- What you staring at?
- Can't have any loose ends.
Let's have some fun tonight.
Perhaps you wouldn't mind telling me
what the fuck is going on.

We're looking into it.
I put a lot of faith
into you, Mr. McGraw.
Now, if you can't
control your territory,
that's another discussion.
No need to be alarmed, I assure you.
You'll know I'm alarmed when I cut you
out of the Canada Square deal.
This was a targeted attack.
We need to stop it now
before they hit again.
The perpetrators will
be dealt with severely.
My son is making it his top priority.
He's a vicious little bastard.
You must be very proud.
10:00 a.m.
Scuse me, love, radiator valves
in Mr. Kennedy's office have jammed.
- He's not in.
- No, I know.
That's why I'm here. 1409, right?
1411, and do you have a
Work order?
Way ahead of you, darling.

Find my coin, McGraw.
'Cause, if you can't, I
have other people I can ask.
And trust me, they're a lot
more vicious than your

One big fuck-off safe.

Yeah, so it was, like,
caved in, but I think
Yeah, mate, mate, this
fucking safe's a monster.
Yeah, that's why the price is so lovely.
Yeah, well, can't argue with that.
But look, let me do some research.
Tell Stan we'll get back to him.
Already told him we'd do it.
What do you mean? You just looked at it.
You told him without talking to us?
Cecilia spoke to them.
But yes, we're in.
- What the fuck, Don?
- "What the fuck, Don?"
Yes, what the fuck, Don?
You should really have talked to us.
We're talking now.
Yeah, but you've already
told them we'd do it.
But we're talking now.
That's what I'm saying.
What's with you, Aitch?
Look like you lost a
tenner and found a pound.
Just, um, Larry.
- What about him?
- Don.
And the filth.
This is not small-time.
That's right, not small-time.
Just drink your beer and shut it.
Larry was a fucking ponce.
Could've landed us all
in the clink, Aitch
Your mate, mate.
If it can happen to him, it
could happen to any of us.
There was something about him,
always made me uneasy to be around.
Bad boy.
I'm not gonna lose a
second of sleep over him.
Hey. When does he want this done by?
- Two weeks.
- Two weeks?
What are you, a parrot?
Oh, I ain't sure about this one.
Look, it's a piece of piss.
You can do it. You can do anything.
If we don't get in,
maybe Teddy'll kill us.
- I'll kill you.
- Right, enough.
Yeah, enough, Aitch.
Can I have a word?
- Yeah, yeah, sure, Pete.
- What about?
What's that about?
I'll find out.
Johnny, how you doing
mate? Nice to see you.
Oh, come on, Petey.
Don't do this to me. I need you, mate.
You know what we're dealing with here.
- We all do.
- With Theresa pregnant again
and these guys you got us running with,
this is some serious shit, Gal.
What's going on?
Pete wants out.
- He does, does he?
- Mm.
What you gonna do now?
I've been working on my qualifications
to be a train driver.
[LAUGHS] That's a laugh.
Where's your stupid hat?
Right, knock it off, Don.
You're sure about this, Pete?
When we're living the high life,
you're gonna regret this.
When we're spending money and
fucking every bird sideways,
you're gonna think back to this day.
Don, he's our mate. Let it go.
He ain't my mate.
Mate don't cut and run.
Loyalty is a characteristic
you either have,
or you don't.
I won't hear this shit anymore.
Listen to yourself.
You're pathetic.

I like to think of myself
as a connoisseur of history.
And studying history
should teach us not to make
the same mistakes again.
But we do, repeatedly.
In the turn-of-the-century Rhodesia,
thieves who had their hand
chopped off kept grafting.
When they lost the other hand,
they worked as lookouts.
In their blood, I suppose.
Excuse me for a moment.
Red Dog
In the 130 at Kempton Park.
It's priced at 40 to 1,
But I have a little
sprinkle of information.
Fancy a flutter?
No, thanks.
Not a gambling man?
- [TSKS]
- Neither am I, really.
But you know who is?
Whoever pulled off that
armored car job on the Thames.
As in Rhodesia,
some people just don't learn.
Now, I'm not accusing you.
If I thought you did it,
you'd already be swimming
in the bottom of that river.
Are you a fucking mute?
Hey, can't you talk?

Fuck this.
His generation
Very impatient.
I know you have a finger on the pulse.
And I would look at
it as a personal favor
if you'd ask around.
No problem, Dominic.

This guy was talking a
great game on the phone.
If he's for real, this could
be the beginning of something
for sure.
He knew all my films.
We'd have to have complete control.
Absolutely, and the lawyer I spoke to
said we could probably fight
it for being too wide-reaching.
When did you talk to a lawyer?
I don't know. Last week.
Listen, let me do the
talking on Friday, yeah?
I'll handle this American bloke.
Lean on him a little, put
a bit of a scare into him.
I want to say this,
and I don't want you to get upset.
I want to go to this meeting by myself.
- What?
- I want to handle it.
But I thought we had a plan.
We do, but I just think,
first meeting, let me feel him out.
Yeah, you know what? Fuck this.
If you don't want me around, fine.
But if you think I'm gonna be
carrying your fucking knickers
round in a holdall while
you make fucking movies,
nah, you got the wrong fucking guy.
Enjoy your meeting.
Ah, well, you know what
teenagers are like, Mum.
It's just a phase.
I just don't know where
I went wrong with her.
- You know, when you was young
- Mm-hmm.
Just used to have to give
you a slap now and then.
- But she hits back hard.
Yeah, it's not funny.
Well, let me talk to her.
Well, you can try.
I've not seen her for two days.
Whoever she's been seeing,
I just know it's got
something to do with him.
Hello, darlings.
- All right, Aunt Babe.
- You all right, Gal?
How you doing?
How's the wedding plans going?
Oh, oh, Marjorie and your sister
keep me in the dark
until the money's due.
[CHUCKLES] Come on.
What you got on McGraw?
He's looking at everyone.
Doesn't have the first clue.
But he'll find out soon enough.
I know.
How's Gal?
He's looking into the safe.
Has he got anything yet?
Not from what I hear.
Well, he'll figure it out,
or he won't.
Tell me about Freddie McGraw.
He's doubled the take on his
club past two years running.
Place is packed every night.
Next to drugs and porn, clubs
is their biggest moneymaker.
Freddie's a smart one, bit of a hothead.

Is he an East End boy?
He went to Westminster Private School.
[SCOFFS] What?

Work him, Sugar.
- Come here.
- Short that stance.
- Get him off.
- Fuck.
Oi, tuck those elbows in, Gal.
Shorten that stance up.
- Work that de
- Fuck off!
Gal! Oi!
Get off my fucking head!
Just let it go. It's not his fault.
Work on that guard, mate.
You're gonna be taking some big shots.
- Mate
- What's going on with you?
I need you to help
me out with something.
What is it?
Give me a minute, will you?
All right?
- What you doing here?
- Wanted to talk to you.
- Yeah? About what?
Well, guess what my dad told me today.
Marty Fisher, who's the head foreman
on the Canary Wharf block,
might be retiring soon,
and he says that the job
is yours if you want it.
Don't you have to go back to work?
[LAUGHS] That's very funny, mister.
- Hmm.
- Yeah, that's it.
Look, we have to talk
to Mace about something,
so why don't you wait outside,
and I'll walk you back, right?
- Mm.
- Be nice.
Marjorie, that's a nice shirt.
Never seen that one.
[CLEARS THROAT] Thank you.
Um, listen, why don't
you come out with us
on Friday night for dinner?
I got a friend from work, Sara.
- She's a laugh.
- Sara?
- Does she have red hair?
- Uh, yeah.
- Yeah, sort of.
- I like redheads, so
Okay, so [CLEARS
THROAT] That's a yes?
Yes, yes, yes. All right,
I'll be there. Yeah.
I love redheads.
Ain't come across one of these before.
Tool resistant, TRT rating of 30-plus.
It weighs 500 kilos.
Fuck me, Gal. Thing's
a beast. Where is it?
Office building, 14th
floor, rent-a-cop security.
You can't move it, can't blow it.
You'll have to drill it.
Then you gotta go through
six layers of steel.
- So door.
- Door, yeah.
Yeah, it's the only way.
- All right, Gal?
- All right, Tommy.
- You're late.
- Oh, five minutes.
Oi, you better listen to him,
or Hamilton's gonna
kick your ass next week.
- No chance.
- Yeah?
Well, I'll kick your ass, then.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- You wish, cuz.
- Just get in.
Work him. You two out.
Work him, Sugar.

So how long?
Some babies never learn.
- What about round the back?
- Round the
Look, I've got two
bits of advice for you.
Number one, don't bother.
That's not an option.
Yeah, right, what's number two?
Number two, get
yourselves a replica safe.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Try it, and you'll fail.
And then
Don't bother.
Gal, you're a fucking rock star.
You'll figure it out.
Right, if I could just
get under the lock housing,
I might be able to pry it back.
- Yeah, right.
- Yeah.
Here's the fella.

Come on, you've got it, Gal.
The rolled coils are grabbing the drill.
This won't work neither.
What about the tumblers?
There's no tumblers.
It's graphite rings.
You should never have taken
this job without asking.
You know that.
It's impossible, Don!
Cecilia's gonna fucking kill me.
If it's impossible, it's impossible!
Look, what we gonna do after this, hey?
If if we manage to
pull this off, what then?
Teddy has got our
balls in a fucking vise!
And he's gonna keep squeezing.
- Oh, here we fucking go.
- And you're good, Gal.
You are fucking good.
But what happens the next time,
the next time when we
are properly fucked,
when it's a job that nobody can do?
What then, hey?
What, a slap on the
back and a handshake?
I'm warning you, Aitch!
I'm on my last nerve!
You are replaceable!
Right, Don, I need you to do me a favor.
- I need you to wait outside.
- A favor?
Yeah, yeah, just need to
speak to Aitch for a moment.
- What, ain't I invited?
- No, it's not like that.
Not like what?
Don, just do me a little favor.
Right, come on.

Course, Gal.
Course I could do you a favor.
I need you to focus, mate.
- Look, if it's about Larry
- Not about Larry.
We all knew he would wind
up at the bottom of a river
sooner or later. [BANGING AT DOOR]
Tell him he's replaceable, Gal.
Everyone's replaceable.
What about Danny Burns, Gal?
How about him, Gal?
How about him, Danny Burns, Danny Boy?
If it's not about
Larry, what's it about?
I'm not sure this is the right move.
Look, I can't sleep.
I'm losing weight. Look at me.
You look great. I'd fuck you.
Danny's a fucking ponce.
I was shagging this bird
the other night, right?
And all of a sudden, I start shaking.
- Sawbsie's, Swabsie's.
- I couldn't finish.
What's on my mind is
Since when is Cecilia running our lives.
Roy Sumpter.
Yeah, Roy can hack it.
Yeah, Roy could hack it.
Oh, yes, he could.
Look, I hear you, Aitch,
but you gotta trust me,
you know, and we gave
Teddy Bass our word.
So we are in for a
penny, in for a pound.
Now, if we stop now, we
lose our place in line
Or worse.

I'll be okay.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
It's Roy.
I found my man.
It's Roy.
Fuck Roy.
Aitch is good to go. Aren't you, mate?
- Right, mate?
- Gal.
Give us a London Pride will you?
And I'll take a plate of
chips and all, extra vinegar.
- All right, mate.
- You all right, Gal?
All right.
When you gonna take me out on the town?
When you turn 19.
I'm 20.
Damn, I missed it.
Wow. Charming. Can't wait.
BOTH: Oop!
So did you hear they want me to do
all these religious
classes so I can get married
at that Catholic church?
If you're here to hassle me about Mum,
I'm not in the mood for any lectures.
All this stuff with
the, um the rosary
and the Communion and all that,
imagine what Nanny Pat would say.
I heard Princess Di's good at this.
[SIGHS] All right, let's make it easier.
Ha! I got one.
It fell out.
- I'll do it again.
- What?
What's wrong with you? [LAUGHTER]
For crying out loud,
Gal, you lost your mind?
What? Sorry, mate. Sorry,
mate. Got an eating disorder.
- Hey, it's genius.
- I know.
Listen, mate, get my
sis here another one
and a little violin for all
the tears that are coming.
No one knows what it's
like to live in that house
better than me.
Right, now, Dad is just
Don't open his mouth
unless it's to eat, drink,
or bet on the ponies.
And trust me, I know
Mum's no picnic either,
especially when she's been
with her sister for too long.
- What's his problem?
Mum thinks it's about
some guy you're seeing.
Okay, well, I hope
he's better than the guy
with the tattoos on his eyeballs.
What was his name again? Rat, was it?
- Matt.
- Oh, yeah. Sorry, forgot.
- [LAUGHS] Fuck off.
- Cheer up.
Fuck off.
Oi, where you off to?
Going to dinner with Gal.
Marjorie's got a friend of some sort.
- That right?
- Yep.
Not lying.
Course you ain't.
You don't have the imagination for it.
Stan called to check on you boys.
- Very important job.
- Right.
I'm proud of the way
you're doing things so far.
Stan says you've been up to mustard.
Now, just remember,
preparation, preparation.
Slags will get in the way of that.
You stay focused.
Gal needs some time to think.
Yeah, well, Gal can afford that luxury.
Gal worries about Gal.
I'm the only one who cares about you.
Don't forget that.
Donny, Donny, Donny.
Been looking after you since
we was kids, haven't I?

You like that, don't you?
Donny, Donny, Donny.
Gal ain't your boss.
One day, you'll be the
boss of this whole place.
When we expand even more,
this deal with Teddy
will guarantee our future.
He's not gonna hurt you anymore.

- Oi.
- Huh?
Here you are. It's on me.
No, no, it's all right.
I'm paying for you and
your dirty cow's meal.
- Cheers.
Oh, he loves to wind me up.
Every time I see that
Rollie, he's just miserable.
I almost feel bad for
him. Why's he like that?
Because the man's a cunt.
That's what cunts are like.
That's why they're cunts. Right, Gal?
Course, and the only way to find out
- why they're like that
- BOTH: Is to ask another cunt.
- Cheers to that.
I gotta tell you, this is one
of the best days of my life.
With your name, this
is a dream come true.
Well, thanks.
I've heard great things about you.
So I understand you're
looking to make a change.
"Maybe" is good enough
for me for now.
Marjorie, you know, your
fiancé here is a genius.
And as his best man, I don't
mind telling you he's smart,
not like one of those mugs
we went to school with,
who you could've married.
- What mugs?
- Cut it out, Don.
All I'm saying, Sara, is,
you're in the presence of greatness.
- What did he do?
- It's what he's gonna do.
- All right, enough, Don.
- What'd I say?
Listen, I'll do it. We'll figure
it out. Now, drop it, will you?
Course you will.
You're a genius.
You come with us, we'll fund
cameras, sets, makeup, distribution,
sales, everything.
You'll be your own little mogul,
even the use of your name problem.
You've done your homework.
So what do you really want?
I want it all
Real ownership, control.
I want to direct my own
films, pick my costars,
take 20% in the UK and
30% internationally.
And I'll make as many films as I want.
No more, no less.
Nobody gets that.
I will.
It will be with you
or with someone else,
but it will have to be
that for me to leave Ricky.
If I don't treat myself
like a star, who will?
I really needed a night out.
You know how horny a
good steak makes me.
- Oh, shut up!
- What? It does.
Where are we going after this?
Well, let's go to Soho,
get some cocktails.
What? No.
No, we'll get another round here.
Then we'll get a bottle,
go back to my flat,
listen to a little "Blue Hawaii."
- Yeah, let's do that.
- Lovely.
- Yes, that is what I'm talking about.
- That's what we'll do.
And I promise you
won't regret it, Donny.
You like that, don't you?
- Donny, Donny, Donny.
- Donny, Donny, Donny.
Donny. [LAUGHS]
- You won't regret it.
I'm having a toastie.
You all right, mate?
Don, you okay?
[NORMALLY] Dirty cow.
Right dirty cow.
[ECHOING] Don, you all right?
Shh. Come on, relax, mate.
[NORMALLY] I can't go out.
We got work to do.
Preparation, preparation, preparation.
- That's what she said.
- Who?
- Who are you talking about?
- I want to go home now.
No, you're all right, love.
Don, Don, you gotta relax.
- You're scaring her.
- You said let's go out,
get our heads clear, have a laugh.
- Yeah?
- We did that.
Now we gotta get back to work.
Don't be such a ponce. It's early.
- You shut up!
- Fucking hell, Don!
- Don! Hey! Come on!
- What the fuck are you doing?
You think I'm gonna risk
everything for a shag?
I don't care how big her
fucking tits are, Gal.
Don, right, come on!
Hey, she's a nice girl.
You're scaring her.
I don't give two fucks what she thinks.
- Don.
- Doesn't even have red hair.
Gal, you need to do something.
- It's not fucking red.
- Right, Don
- It's not red!
- What is wrong with you?
- No!
- Leave her alone!
- It's chestnut.
- Right, Don.
She was right.
Donny, Donny, Donny.
Need to stay focused.
Don, Don.
- Focused!
- Fuck this.
- I'm getting out of here.
- Look, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. You're all right.
Right, she's gone and fucking left.
- Don, you're scaring me.
- You, shut up!
Hey, don't talk to her like that!
- And you.
- Yeah?
You louse.
You can't figure out that safe,
Teddy's gonna have a fucking fit.
I'm gonna look like
a right Mr. Confused.
We have to! We have to! We have to!
Gal, fucking stop him!
- All right, all right, all right.
- Work!
- Work!
- Don, calm down!
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- Please stop. You're scaring me.
- Cecilia's not gonna be happy.
Come on. Come on. Come on.
I know she's gonna let me have it.
Come on.
We will never be this close again, Gal.
- I know. I know.
- Never.
You're okay. Right, it's gonna be okay.
- Listen, listen, all right?
We're gonna figure it out.
Figure it out, I promise.
I promise you.
Right, we are gonna get in that safe.
- All right.
- Gonna get in it.
- I promise.
- Okay.
- Okay?
- Okay.
- All right?
- All right.
- Come on.
- Yeah.

- He's a fucking psycho.
That was, like, the craziest
thing I've ever seen, Gal.
- I know. I know.
- He needs to be locked up.
Look, it's just, he's had
it a little harder than most.
Why weren't you doing anything sooner?
It's not that simple with Don.
You are always sticking up for him.
Look, when we're married,
I don't want him around.
Best man?
Is he out of his fucking mind?
He is my best man.
What? He is.
No, I don't even want
him at the wedding!
What do you see in him?
I just don't understand.
No one understands.
Look, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry about tonight,
but there's a lot going on with me.
That's not an excuse. It's just
Look, the thing with Don is,
he needs me.
Sometimes just letting things
go is just the easiest way.
And trust me, there is a million things
about him I hate, but
if he didn't have me,
- I just
- I don't know.
I don't know. It's just, he's my mate.
He's my mate.
And he's loyal, and
he tries really hard.
And it's just
It's not his fault.
What's not his fault?
Tell me.
Tell me. Tell me what happened to him.
Gal, tell me something.
What happened to him?
Look, it's nothing, right.
I should go check he's okay.
Gal, please.
DO I BEGIN?] Love Story"]
Where do I begin to tell the story ♪
Of how great love can be ♪
The sweet love story that
is older than the sea ♪
The simple truth about
the love he brings to me ♪
Where do I start? ♪
- Hi.
- Hey.
Hey, it's me.
I know.
You forget something the other night?
I think I left me sunglasses here.
You weren't wearing any sunglasses.
Right. Right. [LAUGHS]
- Want to try again?
- I, erm
Come to thank you.
For what?
Good advice for me sister.
Well, I do know a thing
about teenage angst.
You seemed pretty happy
coming down the street then.
I am.
What was that for?
I had a great night.
Felt like it.
What the fuck is this?
It's nothing.
Don't look like nothing.
Go on. Do one, Blondie.
We were just talking.
I said fuck off.
All right.
- I'm gonna count to three.
- Alan, don't.
One, two, three, mate.
You fucking prick.
Stop it!
- What the fuck? What are you doing?
Sorry, sorry.
You should go.
Just go, please.
Alan, what the fuck?
A fucking knife!
Where have you been?
You've been gone for over three hours.
What's the matter?
What did I do to deserve that?
I'm bigger and bolder
and rougher and tougher ♪
In other words, sucker,
there is no other ♪
Have you seen him? Have you seen him?
What? No.
No, sorry.

The hinge. Great.
- I knew you could do it.
- It's an idea. That's all.
I could do without this shit.
What'd they say?
Said someone's been
sniffing around the place.
- Someone knows.
- We don't know that.
It could be the police.
We got all Larry's stuff out, right?
Yeah, and I've been
paying the rent every week,
so at least it looks kosher.
Well, his family up
north are fucking psychos.
I knew this would come
and bite us in the ass.
Hello, hello.
- Lucky, lucky.
- [WHISPERING] Shut up.
Ow! Ow!
Who the fuck is that?
Ow! Fucking hell.
- Ann Marie.
- Ow.
What the fuck are you
doing in Larry's bed, eh?
Fuck off, Don.
Hope I didn't hurt you.
Don, Don, Don, just wait outside.
- Yeah, just wait outside, yeah?
- Okay.
- Why are you in Larry's flat?
- Where is he, Gal?
Oh, fuck.
Can you just tell me
where he is, please?
- I don't know.
- Just tell me.
What are you really doing here, Gal?
What, you think I'm gonna
grass you up to the filth,
tell him all the shit I
know Larry's been telling me?
Right, just take it easy.
All right?
I'm the one that should be mad at you
for scheming behind my back with him.
Fuck you.
He's the one been giving
you all them drugs?
In't he, Ann Marie?
He ain't the guy you think he is, Annie.
Well, you don't know him like I do.
Can you just tell me the truth, please?
That's all I'm asking.
I'll never ask you for another thing
in my life, I swear,
but please just tell me.
I'm begging you.
- Fuck!
The truth is
He took off.
He left town.
No, he told me he was
Do you remember that girl he was seeing
before he come down here?
What, that bitch Allie from Dublin?
They went back to Ireland.
That piece of shit.
Gal, gotta get moving.
Fuck off, Don.
Come here.
Come on, come on.
He's just a piece of fucking shit.
I'm really worried because it doesn't
work the way it used to.
Well, let's see if
we can help with that.
Just do the fucking lines
like they're written.
And you, with the boom,
stay the hell out of the shot
or go back to fluffing!
Dee, a word, please?
The McGraws aren't happy.
They've heard about your little meeting.
I've got to keep my options open.
I got an offer I can't resist.
Sit down.
Sit down.
Dee, please, these blokes,
they don't care about contracts.
Rick, you know I love you.
But they're offering me full
control of all my catalog,
my images, 25% after fees.
I get to pick my own directors,
which means I don't have to
deal with this motherfucker.
Honey, I know. I know.
It's not the first time
I'm hearing all of this.
- But
- It's an amazing deal.
It is.
It's amazing.
- So can you beat it?
- Please!
I'm begging you.
Don't fuck with the McGraws.
Rhythm is a dancer ♪
So I told those immigrant scum,
we don't want you around
except to, er, fold a tablecloth or two.
So I told my boys

But get their cover charge first.
You know what I mean? [LAUGHS]
It's a passion ♪
Oh, oh, you can feel it in the air ♪
Oh, oh, it's a passion ♪
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪
What are you looking at, cunt?
The back of your head.
[SCOFFS] What?
I said, I'm looking at
the back of your head.
Oh, I know who you are.
Teddy Bass.
Took over Burke's club on Coate Street.
Place is a shithole.
Well, Teddy, if you're
gonna be in my club,
yeah, I suggest you behave yourself.
Or I'll have to give you a spanking
in front of your oof
Sort of pretty girl.
That seemed intense.
It's a gas.

Can't believe I missed that.
Can't believe I missed
it. That's the thing.
Fucking Larry.
Fuck, there he there he was,
seeing my sister behind my back!
She's just a kid!
I was right about him, Gal.
- I was right.
- You were. You were.
Yeah, and you crying about him.
Oh, that's real nice, Aitch. Real nice.
She told me she's been
looking for him all over.
That's this could
really blow up in our faces.
You know what she's like.
No telling what she'll do.
All right.
Let's get ready to do this.
Here's the spot.
I'll be waiting.
Listen, Don, about your sister.
What about her?
We can't have her
- We can't have her what?
It has to be us making the decisions.
- What decisions?
- Well
- Don, on the lock.
- What?
- On the lock.
- Oh, yeah.
All right.

I hope this works.
D'you know what, Gal?
Larry's lucky.
'Cause if he was still alive,
I'd have me hand around
his throat, squeezing.
Going behind our back
with our Ann Marie.
You think he knew?
- What, Aitch?
- Yeah.
- Nah. No, I'd know it.
- No?
- Never much of a poker face.
- Hmm.
Do you remember the
time when [LAUGHS]
Do you remember the time
when he fucked his cousin?
- Oh, yeah, big Mandy. Yeah.
- Big Mandy, yeah.
Couldn't shut up about it.
Great bum.
Small feet.
If you want a time to soul ♪
Baby, it's time to soul time ♪

No money, no jewelry.
What's this?
What the fuck is going on here?
Then we'll be synchronized in soul ♪
Baby, we'll be on soul time ♪
Ready, get set, now ♪
2, 4, 6, 7, ten ♪
2, 4, 6, 8, 22 ♪
Mm-mm-mm-mm ♪
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 2, 4, 6, 8, 22 ♪
One more time now ♪
2, 4, 6, 8, ooh ♪
I'm synchronized with you ♪
Now, if you want a
time to soul, baby ♪
A job like this is gonna
bring the entire kingdom
to our doorstep.
Yes, darling, I know the
time difference in LA.
No, no, no.
Yeah. Well, tell them they're
not getting full frontal
if they don't pay for full frontal.
No! Stop! Stop!
Leave him alone! Stop it!
[LAUGHS] Whoo!
Oh, you're gonna be one of my
regular Saturday night girls.
Oh, yeah. Mm.

So this is where all the fun is, eh?
What the fuck are you doing in here?
This is a private part of the club.
Just ignore him. He's gonna leave.
What the fuck are you doing in here?
Ah! Ah!
- Reggie!
- Reggie's not gonna answer.
No, no, no, no, no.
Fucking Reggie!
No, please.
Ah! Ah!
Stop it!
Stop it! Leave him
alone! Leave him alone!
Stop it! Stop it!
Stop! Call an ambulance!
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