Succession (2018) s01e05 Episode Script

I Went to Market

1 - So, uh, dad's back.
- What, back in the chair? That's kinda fast, right? But it's good, obviously.
Good? You'd love it if his brain fell out the back of his head.
I talked to my grandfather and said that - I can come to you.
- Just get him to ask me.
GREG HIRSCH: You two don't talk so much, right? You need to think about the future because this is the old world.
And someday, in this world, things will change.
There's an unofficial company policy on the cruise line, that if there was a serious criminal incident, we would sail to so-called "friendly" authorities.
- Incidents like? - Theft, rape, murder.
The bad ones.
ROMAN: You know he re-hired Frank to babysit me? And you're CEO, can he even do that? The dinosaur's having one last roar before he wipes them out.
Kendall Roy will give the traditional address tonight in a sign that Logan Roy is intending to wind down from public duties.
LOGAN ROY: There's been a change of plan.
Kendall's not speaking.
I am.
I'm officially announcing I am back.
- Better than ever! - (APPLAUSE) - I see you.
- I have no idea - what you're talking about.
- Fuck off.
(GREG HUMMING) GPS: You have arrived at your destination.
- (KILLS ENGINE) - (KEEPS HUMMING) (KNOCKING ON DOOR) Hey, hey, hey.
Uh-huh.
You're late.
Well, like, ten minutes, Grandpa.
Happy Thanksgiving! Not for the Indians.
No, sir.
Nope, that is still true.
So, shall we grab some lunch and then hit the road? I gots the old rumblin' tum.
No.
Let's go before it snows.
(THEME MUSIC PLAYS) (NO AUDIBLE DIALOGUE) - Ken.
- Yeah.
I think your dad might appreciate your input.
KENDALL: Uh, Ro.
KARL: this, and we have Oh, look out, folks.
- Here come the top minds.
- KENDALL: Hey.
So, what you got cookin'? Really no need, gentlemen, Frank wanted to fold you in on this, but you should know, probably, my thinking in terms of things.
KARL: There's a potential opportunity for some acquisitions and consolidation.
Packet of local TV stations.
(KENDALL SCOFFS) Local TV? No one watches TV, Dad.
No.
TV is where the majority of people get their news.
More people watch local than any other kind.
Yeah, but not really.
KENDALL: I could see short-term we make some cash, but I'm just saying, for Waystar, is this a good look? There's this fancy new business theory.
It's called "Make more than you spend and you're King Cunt.
" Dad, come on.
Why shouldn't we do all the news? ROMAN: Why shouldn't we do all the news? - Yeah.
- Well, Kim Jong Pop, because that's not how things work in this country.
You just love telling people what to think, - don't you? - Fuck off.
People come to us because we don't sell them on anything.
No packet of fuckin' bleedin' heart United Nations Volvo gender-bender horseshit.
The politics on this would be horrible.
Justice, FCC, anti-trust.
We'd be tied up for years.
LOGAN: Nah.
TV's fucked.
It needs to consolidate.
KENDALL: Fine.
I don't want to make this a thing.
You like local TV, great.
You're smart.
I just hope it doesn't mean we can't pursue diversification - and innovation.
- LOGAN: Of course! India, China Do you know how many fuckin' people are in Indonesia? - Roman.
- Hmm? What? Uh, yeah, sure.
Who doesn't? It's more than you think.
Like, a billion.
Roman, you're a moron.
You should get back into all that for us, Kendall.
- Get back into what? - Vice-president.
Digital.
Global.
Based out of Dubai, India, China wherever.
Excuse me.
Are you fuckin' serious? Meeting over.
Fuck off.
Dad? Dad! Hey! Whoa, whoa! Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.
Stop.
Stop.
Got it.
Oh.
Shit.
That's a big fuckin' mess.
- Get any on ya? No? - LOGAN: Hmm.
Get someone to clean this up? Yeah? You all right, Dad? Yeah.
Fine.
A long drive, eh? I get it.
You know, Mom had a friend who was afraid of flying, but he actually died in a traffic accident.
Uh And he was on a bike and heavy meds.
So, but this is this is cool.
It's just you and me, we got this whole time to talk about whatever, you know, business, uh, stuff, the the future corporate ya know, or just let the country music play.
No music.
No chatter.
Keep your mind on the driving.
(STARTS ENGINE, REVS ENGINE) Big meeting today.
Nothing serious, just work, so - Yeah.
Couldn't sleep.
- Yeah, me neither.
Sometimes I thought I was asleep, and then I wasn't.
I was weird.
Well, you were snoring like a hog, so Yeah, well, my nasal strip fell off.
- What's this? - It's the pre-nup.
Whoo-hoo-hoo! OK! - Ahh.
Yeah.
- Yeah? It means it's really happening.
We're getting married.
That is a very romantic way of looking at a pre-nup.
You know what? I am not even gonna look at that.
- Just show me where to sign.
- Tom, you have to look at it.
No, listen, honestly, honey, I'm not from money, you're from money I don't wanna look at it.
Just I hereby comply.
I don't want you to comply.
That is not the basis for a healthy relationship.
Fine.
Fine.
As a gesture of my love to you, I will have my lawyer look at it.
OK? But just so you know, in my head, I've already signed it.
(LAUGHS) OK.
How's it goin'? I hear your father's much better.
Yup.
Yup.
So great.
Just to say, though, down in the pig sty, we're all huge fans of your stuff.
Innovation.
Thank you.
Like, uh, like what? Oh, everything.
Data storage.
The digital guys I know were all popping.
Not to sound cheap, but the whole breakfast cereals thing? Yeah, the Bertram muesli was off the hook.
That shit was crazy.
Were you involved in that? Yes.
- (ELEVATOR DINGS) - Yes, I was.
So, I met the guy.
Sylvester.
Sylvester? Did you use a fake name? Uh, I think Sylvester's his real name.
Who's called Sylvester? He's just, we pay him, he's normal, he's legit, he's on the record he says it's easy.
He's gonna shred this cruise problem away.
OK.
Well, I'm worried.
Did you know that after the Iranian revolution, the students, they taped back together the shredded documents from the US embassy? Did you know about that? Uh, he asked a lot about the digital deep clean, and I said that was good, emails and servers, nice and general, not specific.
But, um, of course we'd wiped the specifics.
Great.
So how does this part work? - OK.
We shred - Yeah? then some guys come in when we're quiet, he suggests right away, tomorrow, Thanksgiving, and, uh they'll dispose of the unwanted materials.
We just need someone to shred and to sign out the materials from the document depository, and that name could that's a name that could, uh, draw some heat were things to go bad.
Well, uh, I can't do it, obviously, Thanksgiving.
Um, could you? Uh I mean, I could, it's just, it's, uh, you know, the task in hand is a little No, sure.
Absolutely.
You need someone you can trust, but who is not expendable - That would be horrible.
- Oh, no.
Sure.
I get it.
Totally.
Totally.
Yeah, it's not as if we'd be throwing someone under a bus.
It's giving someone an opportunity to shine.
- Yeah? - Great.
Yeah.
- Hey, buddy! What's up? - GREG: Hey, Tom.
What's goin' on? Am I gonna see you in the office anytime soon? Uh, not that soon, I'm actually driving Uh-huh.
Uh-huh.
What's your ETA? Uh, about 12 hours? I'm I'm in Canada.
Excuse me? Canada? Canada with the healthcare and the ennui? Why is that, cock-sock? (CHUCKLES) Um, I'm driving my grandpa down for Thanksgiving.
Oh, Greg, fuck your grandpa.
(STAMMERS) You're on speakerphone, Tom! Well, I shouldn't be, Greg.
I know I But I'm driving, so I can't, like So you are.
You're still on it.
OK, Greg, so, um, hurry up, 'cause I got a little job for you, and, uh, yeah, I'm being nice, 'cause I'm on speakerphone, but if I wasn't on speakerphone I'd be being, shall we say, somewhat less agreeable? - Yeah, yeah.
- Yeah? All right.
See ya.
So, yeah It's good.
It's rough and tumble.
You know? He's, uh, I call him a dickie, too.
He's pretty lonely, and and afraid.
I guess.
- (ROMAN GRUNTS) - Come all the way up.
- Fuck you.
- Come all the way up.
Let's go, come on! Up! Ah, no! No Oh, my God, what the fuck! I feel like I'm being pretty fuckin' clear I need a modicum of space every 24 hours.
It's your brother.
He absolutely insisted Is it true? About the coffee? Uh, what, Dad? Can you give us a minute? Yeah, sure, he kept pouring, and it just went everywhere.
- Like he didn't even see.
- Jesus.
He's not right.
Local TV.
Local news.
Here's a news story for you: Elderly local man doesn't realize he's getting butt-fucked by Google.
I am not going back to Shanghai.
I saved the company when he was sick.
Did you hear the way he talked to me? That was his tone the entire time I was at the studio.
Oh, dude, I know.
So patronizing.
Who knows how many people live in Indonesia? Who actually gives a shit? Fuck Indonesia.
- Sounds like a medical condition.
- One of us eventually takes over, - there's gonna be nothing left.
- Like, how many people live in your ass? - Rip Van Fucking Asshole.
- It's like the firm's being run by a compulsive hoarder.
It's this big old, ugly, spooky house, and he's all caked up in the middle covered in fucking moldy newspapers with the local news blaring, feeding Wonder Bread to raccoons! Anyway, are you gonna do something? - I should.
- Yeah, you should.
And the only way he'll respect you is if you try to destroy him, because in your position, that is exactly what he would try to do.
(SIGHS) Yeah.
I can't do that.
Well, obviously, so have fun in Shanghai.
Work's Work's goin' OK, I would say, yup.
Workin' hard.
One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's "work" is ever so important.
That's Bertrand Russell.
Huh.
Yes, indeed.
Yes Yes to that.
Um, but I sometimes think, and I you know, I know you're very busy with the ranch and with you readings and your research, but I sometimes wonder if one day you wouldn't be interested in, like giving up the seat on the board and just, like, chilling out, like, just relaxing, you know? Life is nothing but a competition to be the criminal rather than the victim.
Also Bertrand Russell.
I don't have a Bertrand Russell quote, because I just haven't even heard of him till now, but, um, but I do have this one.
Just puttin' it out there.
(ELEVATOR DINGS) Good evening.
(BREATHING HEAVILY) MARCIA: How was it? Ohh.
Hi.
- How do you feel? - Great.
I have some news.
Ewan is definitely coming to Thanksgiving.
Ewan? Bullshit.
Why? Why? Well, because he asked and said he'd like to come, and I said yes.
You're a pretty good liar.
It's not good to have rifts in the family.
It's not a rift.
He lives in Canada and he's a prick.
Uh-huh.
And how long since you spoke? We send him a fuckin' birthday card, don't we? Not that I get any thanks.
Look, so, we both know you didn't come back out of love for my father.
I guess what I wanted to ask is, um what's your plan? Ever hear of loyalty? Sure.
Wasn't he one of the Seven Dwarfs? - Oh, boy.
- No? Oh, he's a rapper.
He was in Wu-Tang? (COFFEE BEAN GRINDER WHIRS) Fuck.
Sorry, I gave everyone Thanksgiving off.
Motherfucker.
(SIGHS) OK.
- Dad's not well.
- No.
The The business decisions, they're not cogent.
It's old man shit.
And, you know, in some ways that's his call, but, you know, he pissed on my fucking floor.
What if that got out? No one wants to say it, but, uh.
We can because basically we love him, but he's not OK.
What about he wakes up one night, fuckin' calls Bezos, and sells us out for a dollar? - I just - Ken I'm thinking about what's best.
- I'm an old man.
- He's sick, Frank.
Do you think the real Logan would want us to stand by and watch while he throws it all away? Talk more.
Attaboy.
Happy Thanksgiving, Mom.
Yeah, I know.
Sorry.
Well, we'll see you Christmas.
Or New Year's? Maybe.
Maybe.
Uh, anyway, thanks for that.
Yeah.
Thanks.
No, no, no, I I know.
No, I understand, yeah.
OK, I love you too.
Bye.
Bye.
Bye-bye.
- Is there a problem? - No, no, it's fine.
- What is it? - No, it's nothing.
It's just my my lawyer was saying that You mean your mom says.
She's a highly respected attorney in the Twin Cities, Shiv.
Sure.
So what does your mom say? She says that the pre-nup is a little, uh, unconscionable.
- Uh-huh.
- That's a legal term.
I don't care.
Fine.
We can look it over.
OK.
Guess I just got Wamsgansed, huh? (LAUGHS) What can I say? She's a hard-ass.
So, me, you, and Roman make three.
That's three more for a majority.
Ewan is never there, so he's not voting.
Even if he did, he hates Dad.
- What about Gerri? - Gerri.
Dreaming.
But I think, yeah, if there's no Ewan, - Fuck.
- looking at the numbers yeah.
You know, Asha, Roman, Stewy, Lawrence.
If you could firm up a couple of doubters, yeah.
It's It's definitely possible.
Has any CEO ever survived a successful vote of no confidence? You know, honestly, I think he might be looking for a way out.
So are we doing this? Don't ask me.
He's your father.
I'd be doing it for him.
(UTENSILS CLATTER) Carla! Where do we keep the fucking coffee beans? Didn't you give them the day off? - Skeleton staff.
- Oh.
(MUSIC PLAYING) A plane still carries parachutes even though it doesn't expect to go down.
Honey, if this plane goes down, I don't even want a parachute.
I want to perish on impact.
I really would.
- Happy Thanksgiving! - MARCIA: Happy Thanksgiving.
- How are you? - (AIR KISSES) - Good.
- Ta-da.
Thank you.
- Hi! - Hi! - Happy Thanksgiving.
- Happy Thanksgiving.
You look gorgeous.
- Have a drink.
- Yeah.
Right.
- (ELEVATOR DOOR OPENS) - MARCIA: Oh, excuse me.
TOM: Ahh.
GREG: Here we go.
- MARCIA: Ewan.
- Marcia.
- Happy Thanksgiving.
- Thank you.
I'm so happy you came.
He was asking for you when he was in the hospital.
Yeah, well, must have been the drugs.
(SCOFFS) I know he's tough, but you are a pair of noble stags who cannot stop fighting.
(CHUCKLES) Greg, thank you for driving him down.
Oh, absolute Well, are you kiddin'? It was nice to spend some quality hours with you, Gramps.
And how, may I ask, is Uncle Logan doing? - You know, still down.
- Yeah? But Ewan, together, we cheer him, right? It's not up to me.
Where's the bathroom? (COUGHING) Oh, my God.
That is so strong.
- ROMAN: Mm-hmm.
- It is? Oh, yeah.
I don't smoke schwag.
You're gonna get really high.
Oh, man.
- (PHONE BUZZING) - No No.
ROMAN: Aw, shit.
"The Biggest Turkey.
" Look at this shit.
Now they're saying it's gonna set a record for Thanksgiving box office.
Record? That's that's great, right? I mean, that's ours.
"The Biggest Turkey in the World" it's not a good film, Greg.
When he was at the studio he tried to stop it, but he got overruled by the jerkies.
Oh.
Well, although, it has made Roman and everyone more money.
That's not the point, Greg.
No.
No.
Of course not.
TOM: There you are! I need more booze.
Hey.
Thanks.
- (LAUGHS) How was the trip? - Good, man.
I hear Grandpa Ewan's quite a character.
Yeah.
It was all right.
I mean, I eventually found an economics podcast he liked to shout at.
Uh-huh.
Uh-huh.
So listen, I actually need you to go to the office today, is that cool? Can I go tomorrow? 'Cause I just drove down from Canada - It has to be today.
- Yeah.
No one will be there, so - I know, I know.
Exactly.
- Yeah.
Greg.
You and I have had our bumps Big-time.
Greg.
But really, I just want you to trust me.
Yeah.
And I want to be able to trust you.
What do you want me to do? Has nothing to do with me, and we never even had this conversation.
I'm gonna need more details, man, - because I'm - All you have to Listen to me.
All you have to do is go to the office, sign out some boxes, do a little bit of shredding, - meet some lovely guys - What? - Is this the thing? - Greg? Yeah.
Don't make it a big deal, Greg.
Not a big deal, Greg.
A chimp could do it.
Little chimpanzee.
(ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) - Hi.
- MARCIA: Connor.
- Happy Thanksgiving.
- Thank you.
- This is - Yes.
Willa.
I heard you were coming, but I didn't believe it.
Happy Thanksgiving.
I hear this is Logan's favorite.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
More.
Excuse me.
Gerri.
Right over here.
- Happy Thanksgiving.
- Thank you.
Oh! Arnaud Lahrer.
J'adore! Merci beaucoup.
KENDALL: He brought her to Thanksgiving? Do you think she charges overtime for holidays? It's not cool.
Like, one day that's a story.
Oh, no.
- You know that.
- I know.
Why'd they bring cranberry sauce too? Oh, yeah, forget it.
You can't get him anything.
Last Christmas I thought I'd had an idea, new General MacArthur bio? He got, like, seven copies.
GREG: Can I have some canapés? Good luck.
Yeah.
(EXHALES) (CHILDREN CHATTER) What the fuck is Ewan doing here? KENDALL: That is the question.
That would fuck your numbers.
Whose idea was it? Marcia's.
I think.
Your dad's suddenly all about changing the trust, she invites me and Gerri to Thanksgiving And lures Uncle Sasquatch out of hiding.
Gotta tip your chapeau to that shit.
Uncle Ewan.
It's good to see you.
It's been too long.
Hmm.
Likewise.
So, um, where is he? Uh, he's resting, I guess.
I drove 500 miles, and he can't come downstairs? I guess he's still pretty sick.
So I mean, he's up and about, but, uh he's he's not really quite his old self.
He's actually No, I shouldn't say it.
He's actually acting kind of strange.
Like inviting me to Thanksgiving.
Exactly.
(CHUCKLES) GRACE: So, how's it goin'? So sorry to hear about your woman, Shiv.
- You mean Joyce? - Mm-hmm.
No, she won, Grace.
She's a US senator.
No, I don't think so, because I I'm pretty sure.
I was there.
I mean, I was up for 72 hours.
It was kind of a big deal for me.
I've been asked to be senior advisor.
Oh, well, congratulations.
Thanks.
- No.
- You did a great job because she was really quite unlikeable.
ROMAN: It's true.
I never liked her.
Huh.
Why is that? I guess she's kind of, you know, she's kind of kind of phony? Kind of scary? She wanted to take all my lovely money.
(ROMAN AND GRACE LAUGH) (FAKE LAUGH) Right.
So too fake and too real.
I guess she just comes off as a kind of a bitch.
(LAUGHS) But, like, you must get that a lot.
Yeah.
You know, not usually from family, at Thanksgiving.
(ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) - MARCIA: Amir.
- Maman.
- Finalement.
- Veillez excuser mon retard.
Je suis content que tu sois là.
- GREG: Who's that? - I think it's Marcia's son.
Uh-huh.
- And who's that? - ROMAN: With Connor? - Mm-hmm.
- That is his whore.
The woman talking about theater? - Mm-hmm.
- Does he know? Of course.
He pays her to suck his cock.
No.
No way.
I actually introduced them a few years ago when she on that hot party-girl-who-wouldn't-look- twice-at-you/hooker borderline.
GREG: She's cute.
I mean, pretty.
- Here she Here she comes.
- OK, soldier, ready? Just gettin' the deets.
- Copy.
- WILLA: Hi.
- Happy Thanksgiving.
- ROMAN: Happy thanksgiving.
This is my cousin Greg.
He is very excited to meet you.
Excuse me.
- Hmm.
- (LAUGHS SOFTLY) - H-Hi.
- Hi.
Happy Thanksgiving.
Yeah.
Yes.
I'm sorry, did I interrupt something, or No, no, uh, no.
We were just We weren't talking about anything, we were talking about, uh, theater.
Oh! Do you like theater? No.
No, not Not Not really.
I mean, I haven't seen a lot, but of the stuff I've seen, not really.
OK.
We don't have to talk about theater.
- No, good.
- OK.
- Oh, well, here's a question.
- Hmm? Uh.
would you rather be trapped in a swimming pool with a shark or in a cage with a tiger? (GRUNTS) Um maybe a swimming pool with a shark.
And you? - Yeah.
Same.
- Right? Like, yeah, totally.
'Cause you can punch a shark right in the nose Come on, Kemo Sabe.
Come on.
- Now? - Now.
Come on.
Bye.
TOM: Hey, man.
Hey.
Great handshake.
Firm.
Handshake buddies.
OK, you.
OK.
(EXHALES) These are the file numbers, and this is the room number.
- Mm-hmm.
Mm-hmm.
- Good? - Mm-hmm.
- OK.
(SHUDDERS) I hate the jokes, I hate the atmosphere, and I've been thinking, and I have an idea.
You're such a great person such a great writer/producer, I want to help you with your career.
And the financial aspect of this isn't even a concern.
I can fund your work.
And then - OK, how do you mean? - I mean I'd like us to be kind of exclusive? Uh, that way you could stop hanging out with other people and you'd have more free time.
For the theater.
What do you think? I mean, it's obviously intriguing.
If you wanted, you could live with me in New Mexico - No.
- Of course, I mean, you know, it's only like a four-hour flight I need to be in the city for my work.
Well, that can work too.
- We can discuss the details.
- Yeah.
It's just so great that you're open to this uh, this.
this opportunity - for progression.
- Yeah.
It's intriguing.
Isn't it? (WHISPERS) Slap my face.
- Slap you? - Yeah, slap my face.
Ooh, you're the best girlfriend in the world.
Give me a kiss, give me a kiss.
Happy Thanksgiving.
GUARD: Thank you.
Happy Thanksgiving.
(TURNSTILE BEEPS) Oh, thank you.
MARCIA: You OK? Yeah.
Yeah.
Hey.
Look who's here.
Well Ewan.
Logan.
LOGAN: How was the journey? Incredibly long.
You look terrible.
Haggard.
Thank you.
Yes I have been incredibly unwell.
- Hmm.
- MARCIA: All right, everyone.
Food is ready.
Please.
What's up? Uh, these are the boxes I need.
OK.
Pass? And you, presume presumably, you keep that, like, that record of who got what, when? - Uh-huh.
- Yeah.
Where does that r that, like, record go? It goes in this book.
Cool.
Great.
Who cares, right? Uh, yeah, I was just asking 'cause just in terms of like sharing it with third parties, I like to keep keep my data pretty tight.
(DOOR UNLOCKS) Thanks, ma Thanks, man.
(DOOR CLOSES) Again, welcome, everybody.
Please go ahead.
We're eating family-style.
Oh, family style.
What, almost like we're a family.
- (ALL EXCLAIM) - LOGAN: OK.
All right.
Cross intersection.
ROMAN: Serve yourself.
- Thank you.
- Is that what families do? - No.
No.
- Yeah.
(LOGAN GRUNTING) (KNIFE CLATTERS) OK, Pa.
Nicely done.
- Yeah.
- (APPLAUSE) (CHATTER) So, Ewan how's the ranch? Why don't you come up sometime? See for yourself.
Thank you, Ewan.
What a kind invitation.
Hi! Hi.
Sorry we're late.
Happy Thanksgiving.
TOM: Hey.
Hi.
Happy Thanksgiving.
Sorry, we're on the Turkey Trail.
- ROMAN: You're late.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- Where's Iverson? He's He's He's, um He's just in the other room.
He's He's just having a moment.
- Sorry, guys.
- Mmm.
- I'll go sit with him.
- No, it's fine.
I will.
Don't go there! Hey! LOGAN: Get him in here.
He has to do as he's told.
RAVA: He just needs some time, because transitions - are difficult.
- Maybe we should just LOGAN: Oh.
Transitions are difficult.
Are you kidding me? Did you know that transitions were difficult? I did know that transitions were difficult.
MARCIA: Cheers, everybody! LOGAN: Did you have transition difficulties? - ALL: Cheers.
- (GLASSES CLINK) (LINE OUT RINGING) Why are you calling me? Do not call me.
Is there a problem? Don't tell me anything.
Your phone shouldn't even be on.
I signed at the depository for the document crates, and, uh, I'm in the room, Tom, is that OK? - Well, you know what to do.
- But is it OK? Because this feels like a Watergate sort of scenario, and I never studied that specifically, but I feel like, um, I'm correct in saying they all got fucked.
Of course it's OK, Greg! It's OK.
It's a job.
Shooting bolts into cows' heads is a job, but it's not how I want to spend my Thanksgiving.
- Ya know? - (DISCONNECTS) - (BEEP) - Hello? Man your dad.
Fuck off.
Yeah, I know.
I guess he had it pretty rough.
Different generation.
OK, you know what? You go back in.
I got this.
- I'm sure it's my fault anyway.
- I wasn't saying that, Rava.
I was just s I was just saying maybe he would like to feel where the line is sometimes.
- Wow.
- MARCIA: Come on.
Guys? Your food will get cold.
- Got it.
- Coming.
(RAPPING) This saves the day This saves the day, the other goes away This saves the day, the other goes away This saves the day, the other goes away (MUMBLING LYRICS) Saves the day, the other goes away Saves the day, the other goes away (SHREDDER WHINING) Greg is choppin' it up Greg is choppin' it up, Greg is choppin' it up This saves the day The other goes away This saves the day WILLA: And are they expensive? Varies.
This.
Hm, here.
This is a Victoria Cross.
Rome, you should do something like this.
It's nice to have a hobby.
- I got a hobby.
- SHIV: Killing hobos isn't a hobby.
WILLA: Pretty.
LOGAN: And this is a World War I 16th Infantry Canadian medal.
- Wow.
- Of course, the Assyrians wore medals before the Romans.
But this is Roman.
And, excuse my ignorance, but did you win any of these? EWAN: Of course not.
He never served.
- Is it OK if I - Oh! - Maybe don't touch.
- OK.
(LAUGHS) This one did cost rather a lot.
EWAN: Not as much as it cost the man who won it.
I collect 'em out of respect.
(LAUGHS) Sure you do.
You know, 50 years ago he volunteered for a war just to impress the town slut.
And now, no one no one ever hears the end of it.
I thought Canadians only fought on the ice.
30,000 Canadians fought communism in Vietnam.
LOGAN: Oh, yeah, thank you, thank you, thank you.
What do you want, huh? A medal? - To keep us free.
- LOGAN: What? Viet Cong come up your drainpipe in Ottawa, did they? Free to spew your poison.
Carnival barker for all the wars we really didn't need.
Did you even fire a gun? Didn't you end up doing KP duty? MARCIA: Oh, please, come on.
They should send you the bodies.
Bear any burden.
Stir any gumbo.
I don't have any of your channels at my house.
Oh, I see them at the place I go for noodles.
They have 'em on.
And I'm embarrassed.
LOGAN: Bullshit.
You don't have 'em because you're bitter.
Global warming? Climate change? The blood of millions on your hands? To get your fuckin' nut, Captain Cautious.
Everything isn't about money, Logan.
- Oh - Have you ever heard of ethics? Uh-huh.
You ever heard of a begging letter? One miserable letter.
I got a thousand acres you got the rest of the world.
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Big man.
Big brother.
Wouldn't eat a fuckin' blueberry until it had been weighed and written in the ledger, little Miss Prim! You don't know who I am.
And you are not the arbiter of the truth.
Oh, yeah, yeah, heard it all before.
I was told that you were ready to apologize.
For what?! (SCOFFS) You're all liars.
You lied to me.
And you humiliated me.
But other than that, you had a nice time? - Go fuck yourself.
- Whoa.
I don't understand why we don't invite him every year.
Your idea.
(BACK-UP BEEPER ON) - (BEEPING STOPS) - (ENGINE SHUTS OFF) How's it going? That's a bunch of corporate materials headin' for an extra shreddin'.
That's it.
All right, thank you.
Thank you.
Not supposed to talk, I guess.
- Hey.
- I knew this was a mistake.
- I'm going home.
- Can we talk? - (ELEVATOR DOOR OPENS) - Uncle Ewan? There's nothing to talk about it.
He's a liar.
He thinks he's telling the truth.
- It's goddamn infuriating.
- Yup.
Yup.
The only thing I ever got from him was a mouthful of garbage.
He's He's tough.
He is tough.
You'd have thought nearly dying might have changed him.
Well, I think he has changed.
I don't think he's himself at the moment.
Like he's a lot sicker than he's letting on.
- Uh-huh.
- He's erratic, he's making bad decisions if he's not careful, he's gonna destroy the company.
And you have a plan? - (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) - Well, I'm considering.
OK, look.
I never got a chance to know you, but I always liked you.
OK? I'm gonna say something now.
I'm putting my prick on the third rail here, but at the next board meeting, there's going to be a vote of no confidence.
So I mean, do you have confidence in him? My brother's an ex-Scot an ex-Canadian, an ex-human being.
But he's still my brother.
Uncle Ewan, w-where are you OK.
No, I I get that.
So do you think it's gonna be OK? Oh, yeah, this was in no way our worst Thanksgiving.
So apparently, um, your lawyer's talking to my lawyer.
- You mean your mom.
- Yeah.
She's got all excited about tiered share option tie-ins for my sperm count, and I'm goin', "No, no, no.
" But she did notice that re: infidelities, there's no clause for that.
Yeah.
We don't need to do that.
No.
'Cause that's not gonna happen.
Right.
And if it does, we're both grown-ups.
- So - Yes.
Meaning? Well, I mean, nothing's gonna happen, but, you know, things happen with travel, so Yeah, I I don't travel that much.
Yeah, but the point is, shit happens.
- Does shit happen? - No.
No, not to us.
No, but, yes, shit happens, that's why we have the expression "shit happens.
" - Yeah.
- Tom I have not cheated on you.
Because I love you.
OK.
Thanks.
ROMAN: I believe her.
Do you believe her? Although she does coach professional liars for a living, so you do have to factor that in.
I just I just wanna say that, um I I would really appreciate it if - You know, I was only - (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) kicking some notions around, - and nothing is set, so - Excuse me.
I really don't think we have to make a whole I I just want what's best for him.
Uh-huh.
Of course.
The good son.
It's brilliant.
(SIGHS) I, uh forgot my stick.
EWAN: We're leaving.
- Wh-What? - Come on, Greg.
It's just, I only just got here again, and I'm Tomorrow's I'm kinda busy, like, I have a lot stuff work to do here.
Like, I'm pretty important here.
I'm starving, too.
Like EWAN: How am I supposed to get home? Uber.
We can call one of our guys.
That's no problem.
GREG: OK.
Great.
Yeah.
This whole family is a nest of vipers.
They'll wrap themselves around you and they'll suffocate you.
I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure that's boa constrictors.
LOGAN: OK, you.
Enough.
Get in there.
- Now! - Logan.
We Iverson.
See? Thank you.
Thank you for the support.
That's great.
Don't even.
(CHILDREN LAUGHING) - (LAUGHING) - (TV ON) What are you doing? Who put this on? GIRLS: Gracie.
And why are you laughing? The big turkey just ate the family's corn.
And you think that would actually happen? A turkey of that magnitude in the backyard, and the parents don't notice? How is that possible? Exactly.
GIRL ON TV: You've gotta hide! Grace, can I OK.
Excuse me.
I'll be back.
Well, enjoy your movie, kids.
He probably just got in troub-le - Oh, my God.
- What the fuck, Grace? It was just there, and I It's actually pretty good.
Oh, it's good? It is? Really? Oh, I didn't know that.
It's good.
- Is it really? It's good? - Yeah.
OK, well, then clearly we have irreconcilable differences, so we need to have a talk.
- What talk? - What talk? I'm not in a place right now where I can blah, it's not you, it's blah, I'll always care for blah, please leave those pics of my cock and blahs, blah blah blah blah blah.
That fuckin' talk.
Oh, OK, you wanna talk about how we only fuck once every six months? - Fuck you.
You got plenty.
- You don't wanna talk about that? That's not fun to talk about? Just did.
Shut up.
Fuck you.
- Watch your movie.
- Fuck you.
(NO AUDIBLE DIALOGUE) Hey.
All good? - All done.
- I don't wanna know, and don't ever tell me, but well done.
Welcome to the family.
(GLASSES CLINK) MARCIA: OK, everyone.
Ready for pie? - Yum.
- MARCIA: Please.
(SOFT CHATTER) And if by some chance that bear pushes me off the roof, I'm gonna shoot that fuckin' dog.
(LAUGHTER) - So you shot it? - LOGAN: What? - So you shot it? - It was a joke.
- It's not an anecdote.
- You missed the beginning.
I didn't hear the first part, yeah.
- You didn't need to.
- Nobody did.
Can we do what my family does at Thanksgiving? Fuck the turkey? Go to other people's dinners.
No, no.
We go around, we go around the table and we each say what we're thankful for.
- Blecch.
- MARCIA: Very well, I'll go first.
I'm thankful to have the family all together.
TOM: Nice.
I'm thankful that I was not born a Siamese twin.
SHIV: I'm also thankful for that, but I'm also thankful for the food.
KENDALL: Yeah, me too.
The food.
Amazing.
SHIV: You can't piggy-back on my thanks.
Have your own.
I'm feeling thankful that Logan's better.
Feel Yeah.
Well, I think we're all thankful for that.
I think it goes without saying.
GREG: But Yeah, I am.
Really.
- You.
- RAVA: Me? ROMAN: You.
Um, I'm grateful I'm not in a refugee camp.
I guess this is better than that.
MARCIA: I think you should be thankful for that.
And so say all of us.
That was a good one.
- AMIR: Can I say? - LOGAN: Go ahead.
I'm thankful for the opportunity to head up Animation in Europe, and I hope to turn around an underperforming division.
Well, I'm thankful that you told us about that, then.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
CONNOR: I'm thankful to have Willa here.
I'm thankful to be made to feel so welcome.
ROMAN: Hmm.
And I'm thankful that I am gonna be marrying into one of the most vital and interesting and kind and loving families in the world.
ROMAN: Are you not gonna be marrying Shiv anymore? (SCATTERED LAUGHTER) CONNOR: Since we're talking about families, I have a little announcement.
Uh Willa and I are pleased to announce that I've asked her, and she's agreed that we are to - take the next steps.
- WILLA: Mm-hmm.
What? Y-Youre not getting, uh? No.
We're goin' steady.
- Oh.
- ROMAN: Jesus Christ.
You're going steady? What are you, nine? - What? - ROMAN: Happy for you, man.
- Thanks.
- GRACE: Very nice, Connor.
- CONNOR: Thank you.
- (SHIV CHUCKLES) Grace? GRACE: Me? OK.
Um I'm thankful for all the love Roman has shown to me, and for never being selfish or self-centered or egocentric or neurotic or unfaithful.
You're welcome.
OK.
A game? Shall we play a game? - ALL: Yeah.
- Let's gather the kids.
TOM: OK, come on, kiddies.
SHIV: What game? (CHATTER) You didn't want to tell us about, uh, Amir? - What? - Shall we? What should we say about Amir? He wants to know about Amir.
What should we say? Ohh.
(DOOR OPENS) Congratulations on your next steps.
- Oh, thank you.
- I'm interested to know what "next steps" actually means.
Is there a greeting card I can buy that says No, your good wishes are all that's necessary.
Is there a ceremony or is it more a financial arrangement? Hey, listen.
At least I'm only getting fucked by one member of this family, yeah? GRACE: OK, your turn.
I went to the market and bought a pony, a big fat hen, and this.
OK.
I went to the market and bought a new hat, a pony, a big fat hen, and this.
Uh, I went to the market and I bought a crack pipe - That's terrible.
- No? All right, I went to the market and I bought a gimp suit - Come on! - Oh, my God.
I bought a potato, a new hat, a pony, a big fat hen, and this.
- MARCIA: Your turn.
- Oh.
All right.
Come on, Dad, what's it gonna be? A hot dog, or China? Immortality? The soul of the nation? Uh I went to market and I bought Yeah, OK.
I went to market and I bought local TV.
- Can he buy that? - ROMAN: Yeah, Dad can buy whatever he wants.
- So? Local TV and? - What? The clock's tickin'.
Time's runnin' out.
Local TV and what did I say? - Um - (WHISPERS) A potato.
- ROMAN: Hey! That is cheating.
- No, come on.
No hints.
Come on, Dad.
You got this.
- LOGAN: Uh - Come on, we can skip a turn.
Marcia, you go.
- No, he - IVERSON: You lost, Grandpa.
You lose.
You lose.
- Let go! - (ALL EXCLAIM) - RAVA: Are you all right? - KENDALL: What the fuck are you doing?! - Are you OK? - Are you all right? LOGAN: I hardly touched him.
It's just shock.
- Come on, it's OK.
- LOGAN: Relax, son, relax.
Hey, take your hands off him, OK?! - Kendall! - What the fuck is wrong with you?! It's OK.
It's OK.
Hey.
Did he hurt you? Let me see.
RAVA: You're fine.
Listen to me.
You're OK.
- Yeah? - I cannot believe it.
Yeah.
It's OK.
- (WHIMPERING) - It's OK.
MARCIA: It's OK, it's OK.
- You're OK? - LOGAN: Yeah, I'm good.
- (DOOR OPENS) - GERRI: Hey.
Hey, Gerri.
So what was Ewan talking about earlier, Ken? Ewan? Uh I don't know.
I mean, everyone's pretty upset.
I wouldn't take any notice.
Why was he so mad at you? At me? Uh, I don't know.
Just the usual family hatred you get at Thanksgiving.
You know how it is.
I love your dad.
Personally, I will always be there for him.
- He's a great man.
- Yeah, well you're here.
I work for Waystar, not Logan Roy.
Are you thinking of moving against him? Because if you are I've spoken to Frank, and I've seen all I need to see.
Good night.
(MUSIC PLAYING) (MUSIC PLAYING) Let's take this off.
Here.
Give me your arm.
Great.
All right.
Right.
Your shoe.
I went to the market and I bought a potato a new hat, a pony, a big fat hen, and this.
That's right, Logan.
That's great.
Mmm.
(LAUGHS) (MUSIC PLAYING)