The Bear (2022) s02e05 Episode Script


TINA: What are you gonna call the dish?
SYDNEY: Oh, well, I don't really know.
I'm just, like,
working through a few ideas.
Like, there's this concept of,
like, all the elements,
you know what I mean?
Like, earth, air, water, fire.
But also, I really wanna
be conscious of waste.
Those daikon
are flash-pickled in the water
that I washed the fennel salad in.
- TINA: Uh-huh.
- SYDNEY: And then I use the remainder
to make like a play on an XO sauce,
like a Chinese XO sauce,
but like using the remainder
- of the fennel.
- That doesn't look like fennel though.
Right, yeah, that's like,
that's what's, like, cool about it.
I was, like, thinking about using duck,
but we started with, like, a lamb.
You got a lot for a tasting menu.
I know that-that's
It's like we're exp Tina.
- It's, like, good, it's positive.
- Okay, Ma. I got you.
- SYDNEY: Yeah.
- I will sear.
SYDNEY: Just do a, like, a hard sear.
- Yeah, that's the sausage.
- TINA: This is going on there, too?
SYDNEY: Yeah. 'Cause you're
gonna have, like, ideally duck
and then with, like, the garden
of the elements around it.
It's like earth,
it's like, it's like fire, fire.
I don't get how it's fire, fire
- What?
- SYDNEY: It's like, it's nduja.
It's like spicy, it's like fire.
Nduja, do ya ♪
- That song?
- SYDNEY: Is that a song?
- Nduja ♪
- Do ya ♪
- I don't know.
- Just messin' with you, Ma.
- You cranky 'cause it's late, right?
- I'm messin' with you, too.
- It's not that late.
- TINA: It is a li
It's 1:30 in the morning, my love.
We're doing good on time. Are you tired?
I wouldn't be mad if we wrapped it up.
- And with the bread
- I'm thinking about doing, like,
a play on, like, a panzanella.
- Panzanella?
- SYDNEY: Yeah.
Do you feel like this is, like,
too many ingredients or
Honestly, Chef,
it seems a little busy, Ma.
Not too much.
It's a lot. It's a lot.
I'm seeing now that it's a lot.

- Five?
- SWEEPS: Seven.
- Ahh!
- Oh, you gained a second, bro.
No, that felt like four. Are
you sure you're starting it right?
Carmy, I'm starting it right, bro.
TINA: Morning, fam.
- Yo, T.
- What's up, T?
- Jeffrey?
- Yeah.
You have an extra knife lying around?
I need a good one for school.
Yes, uh, just, uh,
over there on the bench.
- TINA: Carm.
- Yeah.
You heard from Ebra?
No. Why? What's up?
Nada. We'll talk later.
RICHIE: (CLAPPING) Come on, let's go.
CARMY: Alright, alright, alright.
- Okay.
- Go.
Okay, and five.
- Tell me that's five.
- SWEEPS: Seven.
- Seven?
- Embarrassing, bro.
CARMY: Jesus Christ.
It's the island and the ovens,
they're just
They're too far apart, right?
I mean, what do you think?
I think you can get it down to five.
Nah, this kid's fried. He needs a break.
- No, I got it, cousin.
- TINA: Wait. Jeffrey.
- CARMY: Yo.
- This is your knife.
Yours, Chef.
RICHIE: Cousin, get
your ass back on the line.
- (GRUNTS) Alright!
- Let's go. Bring it home.
We have the appointments confirmed.
It's just scheduling them is the issue.
Scheduling's the issue?
Natalie, this fucker's
making a sandwich.
Yeah, that's Richie's electrician.
How you doing, Richie's electrician?
Why you making a sandwich?
Can't do anything else
until plumbing is installed.
That department had a scheduling issue.
- Apologies.
- Don't worry about it.
Berzatto department has a brain issue.
Didn't there used to be a bunch
of fucking walls up in here?
SUGAR: Yeah.
Stop. Time?
- Seven.
- Seven? Fuck!
- SUGAR: Carm, you were seven an hour ago.
- Thank you.
That's helpful. What's up, Unc?
Oh, nothing. What the
fuck's this weird shit?
We're mapping out the
kitchen for maximum efficiency.
Mapping out the kitchen plan
- Can you let me talk?
- SUGAR: Let me talk.
- Please.
CICERO: Oh, kill me. Ladies and germs.
Gotta be honest. I'm becoming concerned
that we are taking
our eye off the ball here,
and I just wanna be Shut
the fuck up Hyper clear.
If I ain't seein' no progress,
I do not wanna keep pissing money away.
I'm calling this out now
because we are
How far from open, Sug?
- Six weeks.
- CICERO: Six weeks.
And I somehow anticipate
that in the coming six weeks,
there will be more pissin'.
Thing is, I like to control
the pissin' the best of my ability.
Shut the fuck up, Richard.
Your schedule is kinked.
You're doing whatever the fuck
you're doing here.
Thunder Nuts is out there making
sandwiches for his whole family.
I mean, look, much as I look
forward to selling this place,
and trust me, I do look forward to it,
I think it's just
in all of our best interests
if we have a maximally
efficient place of business.
I really would like to tell you a story
of complete and utter failure.
SYDNEY: Hey, we got one.
Wants a signing bonus, but we got one.
What's his, um,
on-base percentage, Chef?
What, is this sports?
It's standard operating procedure.
Thank you, Chef.
We'll talk about this later.
Okay. We also have
to talk about smallwares.
- Yep. Thank you, Chef.
- Great. Thank you, Chef.
Corner. Wiring is in.
We gotta lock it up.
Yes, let's keep that safe, please.
Don't worry, cuz, I got it dialed.
Just like you had the contractor dialed?
- How you doin'?
- RICHIE: Yeah, exactly like that.
Is now a good time to talk about
those Taylor Swift tickets?
- How we doing?
- CICERO: I don't know, Rich.
Is now a good time to talk
about you go fuck yourself?
- Yo.
- Faky! What's up?
- Hey, Timmy. How are you?
- Hey, Timmy, what you eating, bud?
- Electric made me a sandwich.
- Nice. You enjoy that.
- TIMMY: I will.
Carm, Sugar, what the fuck?
- He can't do the drywall
- He can't do the drywall
- You go.
- before the electricity is installed.
And the electricity can't be installed
until the plumbing is installed.
RICHIE: Which is why I'm employing
a technique known as "war dialing,"
where I call somebody
over and over again
till that motherfucker
is forced to pick up.
And so you, you get him?
Um it's still ringing.
Excellent work, general.
All good. Still billable hours.
Hey, Neil, honey, can you stall him?
This is the only day he could come,
and we can't afford to reschedule.
- Like, how do I stall him?
- SUGAR: I don't know.
Just, like, talk to him, my love.
- Talk. Okay.
- Just chat.
FAK: Hey, Tim.
Do you wanna see some magic?
CICERO: I don't wanna fuck around here.
I mean, no progress, we don't open.
- I mean, I am 450K in here.
- 550K.
Oh, 550K. Fuck my life.
No, you're-you're
absolutely right, Uncle J.
I mean, we need help. What can we do?
I feel like you always know what to do.
I just
(SIGHS) I'm sorry.
I just couldn't figure it out myself.
CICERO: You just take it
easy on yourself, alright?
Don't beat yourself up, alright?
That's my job.
Meantime, come on out here.
I gotta show you something.
Go fuck yourselves.
CARMY: That was fucking gross, Sugar.
Alright, let's go.
Ebra, where you at?
Uh it's been a few days.
I don't remember the last time
I haven't spoken to you for a few days.
That's weird, right?
Don't be weird.
Let's fuckin' go.
Excellent cut, Chef.
Thank you, Chef.
FAK: my second
favorite album is "Tim."
My first favorite album is
"Pleased to Meet Me,"
which has the greatest, like,
high school song ever written.
"Can't Hardly Wait."
They're definitely way more punk.
You can see through their influences
of like Wipers and Dead Moon.
People say it's,
like, hardcore, it's like no.
We know what's gonna go there, right?
- SUGAR: Yeah.
- Not a C.
SUGAR: An L, a B, and a W.
'Cause that's
your moneymaker right there.
SUGAR: You know, they won't let me apply
for a liquor, beer and wine license
without the certificate of occupancy.
(SCOFFS) Motherfuckin'
bullshit takes forever, doesn't it?
- I know.
- How about, uh
I don't know.
Maybe Uncle Jimmy can move
that along a bit for you.
- Would that be good?
- Would you?
- Let me see what I can do. Alright?
- Thank you.
- Aw. Thanks.
- Okay, Sug.
SYDNEY: Oh, Carm, got two more hires.
- Can I get your eyes on this?
- Yeah.
Hey, if this isn't happening today,
I really should get going.
This is happening today, Tim.
Right, Fak?
- Yes, it is gonna happen.
- CARMY: Hey.
Okay, these plates?
No. Let me see.
I think, um
This plate.
- Hear that?
- No.
- Right.
- SYDNEY: Okay.
Well, that's 55 bucks a plate
for that type of silence, so
Okay, yeah.
Then we can use the shitty ones.
- What's up?
- SUGAR: Slide it in the mailbox.
- This is it?
- Yep, that's it.
Ooh, what's that?
Um, potential plates.
SUGAR: Oh, that's gorgeous.
That's 55 bucks a plate.
- Nope.
- Right.
Um, what is that?
Beer and wine permit.
Oh, great. Doesn't look shady at all.
I think it's standard
procedure these days.
I'm gonna take this in
and mail it, okay?
- Okay.
- SYDNEY: Um, hey,
when you're back, can we
talk napkins for real, please?
Yes. Yes, we can go over napkins.
- For real, yes.
- SYDNEY: Okay.
Um, have you heard of Coach K?
Coach K.
Uh, Duke men's basketball coach.
- SYDNEY: Yeah.
- Yeah.
Chaos menu.
I just, I don't know. Um
Let me get back to you on it, okay?
- Okay.
- SUGAR: Carm.
- Bye!
- CARMY: Yeah.
You're not dropping that off
'cause I'm pregnant, right?
No. No, no, no, I just
- You've been doing a lot, and I see that.
And, you know, just, thank you.
Look, you know what I wanna say.
I do. You don't have
to say it. I'm good.
I'm saying stuff and you're
thinking about electrical.
Okay, good. Thank you.
FAK: it's Replacements, right?
This is where we are right now.
I mean, I'm more into, like,
kinda like Chingy, you know.
- FAK: Like the rapper?
- TIM: Yeah, yeah.
Hey, hey. I, um, I know we
were supposed to hang out later,
but, um, I-I was wondering
if you might want to
take a drive to Winnetka
with me instead.
Hey, thank you.
Thank you for, uh, driving.
CLAIRE: Oh, it's perfect timing.
I had all this extra adrenaline
after resetting this guy's tibia.
Does that shit
really, like, fire you up?
It fuckin' fires me up.
Plus, I love driving.
- Really?
- CLAIRE: Well, no.
I'm a horrible driver, but
I enjoy the risk of it.
- I should be worried, then.
- CLAIRE: Yeah, really worried.
I went to med school
in New York, so I never drove,
so I try to make up for it
in the times I'm not working.
CARMY: Gotcha.
So I gotta ask, how, um,
how gnarly is residency?
It's, uh, gnarly
like you cannot imagine.
Okay, yeah, 'cause
everything I've heard about it,
it sounds like, well,
really fucking gnarly.
Really gross.
And the time commitment, too,
it's like 100 hours on,
two hours off, so
I don't know, you must really love it.
You know, especially considering
how gnarly and gross it is.
Isn't a restaurant 100 hours on
and two hours off?
Sure is.
Isn't a restaurant,
uh, gnarly and gross?
Sure is, yeah.
You must really love it.
Sure do.
Always certain ♪
Any moment ♪
Maybe even you ♪
Stay in bed ♪
Stained sheets ♪
My head hurts ♪
STUDENT 1: Alice's later?
STUDENT 2: Yeah,
I already told Max and Ellie.
Everybody's going.
A few of us are going out later.
Just a bar.
You wanna come?

And I'd sell my soul ♪
Need anything?
No. And you?
Just wrestling with what it's
gonna be like bringing a child
into this never-ending
hellfire of a planet.
- Okay, sounds good.
- Sounds good.
- Natalie! Natalie!
- SUGAR: God.
Yo, why is Cicero comin' down here
and accusing us
of pissing away his money?
Probably because
we're pissing away his money.
And things are finally
moving today, it's okay.
Yo, if we're gonna be partners,
you gotta trust me, okay?
We are not partners, Richie.
- We got a problem, boss.
- "Boss." See?
- He wasn't talkin' to you.
- I wasn't talkin' to you.
Yeah. See? What's up?
HVAC's not working.
It's a power problem.
- Power problem?
- What kinda power problem?
- Amperage?
- Amperage.
Okay, explain amperage to me.
Measurement of power supply.
Strength of electrical current.
appliances are draining the power.
- Need some of that hellfire.
Hellfire is my specialty.
Oh, you have a specialty, do you?
Natalie, I'm not like this
'cause I'm in Van Halen.
I am in Van Halen because I'm like this.

Alright, this is it.
Whoa, this is it.
This is where the shit goes down.
I was expecting, like,
a dark alleyway or something.
Well, bureaucracy, baby.
(EXHALES) 412.
- Whoa.
- CARMY: That's the one.
That was so anticlimactic.
Yes, very, uh, underwhelming.
- CLAIRE: Hmm.
- Okay.
- Here we go.
What the fuck does that even mean?
is driving me fucking nuts.
You a full-time employee yet or
Splitting time.
Richie has no skills
or abilities to speak of.
So I'm trying to task him
with things that,
even if they get fucked up,
won't bite me in the ass.
Do you have anything like that?
Um, I can take a look.
The menu's fucked.
And I need Carmy, but he is
being Carmy somewhere.
Sorry. I really, I-I shouldn't
talk shit. I don't mean to.
- I know that's your brother.
- No, he sucks.
At least he's hanging out with Claire.
I mean, that seems
moderately healthy, right?
Who's Claire?
CLAIRE: You know what
I was, um, thinking about?
CARMY: Hmm. Tell me.
We've hung out like so much,
but we've never actually talked.
Yeah. Yeah, I know what you mean.
We were just like kids, you know.
CARMY: Just kids running around.
Shoplifting, yeah.
I shoplifted from Walgreens many times.
What would you shoplift?
- CLAIRE: Gum.
- Gum?
Obviously, so much gum.
That's, um, that's a problem, Claire.
- It's really thrilling.
- CARMY: Hmm.
Um I also remembered
that I sat behind you
in Algebra freshman year.
- Did you really?
- CLAIRE: Yeah.
And you were always drawing something.
I would try to guess
what you were drawing.
Um, yeah, pants.
- Really short pants.
- CARMY: Yes.
- Yeah.
- CARMY: Very, very short pants.
Yeah, no, I, um,
I had this idea for, like,
like Dickies, but cuffed
and made with worsted wool.
- Hmm.
- Done at a very high level, yeah.
Well, they were
really high-level drawings.
CARMY: Yeah. I, um, I just
didn't realize at the time
that somebody had been making
those pants, uh, very well
for a very long time at a,
at a very high, high level.
Dream killed.
Yeah, but then the, uh,
the guy who made them,
he actually, he started coming in
in to one of my restaurants and, um,
and he was really great.
And, uh, I don't know, I felt like
I wanted to start drawing again.
CLAIRE: The dream returned.
I, uh, I wish I knew that then.
I wish you talked to me more.
I tried.
You're really shy.
You always had so many friends.
- I was like
I don't know.
I really wanted that. Um
You know, Mike, Mikey, Mikey had that.
Yeah, Mikey
Mikey was cool.
CARMY: Mikey was cool.
Mikey was cool. Like, he
would set something on fire.
(LAUGHS) Yeah, he was very, very cool.
- He was so great, Carm.
- Hmm.
I'm sorry I haven't brought it up.
I just didn't wanna
make you think about it.
No, I like thinking about him.
Speaking of dead brothers,
do you wanna go to a party?
- CARMY: Hmm
My, uh, my friend got, like,
majorly broken up with.
CARMY: Okay.
And she's at a party
not too far from here.
- Uh-huh.
- I feel like she really needs me.
And I feel like you really owe me.
'Cause, like, how would you have
delivered an envelope without me?
I couldn't have gotten here without you.
You couldn't have done it.
A party. Um
When's the last time
you went to a party?
I think
Are you okay?
No, no, not remotely.
Okay, we'll just stay,
like, 15 minutes tops.
Let's have some sort of code.
Uh, yeah, okay. I like that.
Okay, what should the code word be?
Um, how about like, um,
"Let's get the hell outta here."
- I really like that.
- CARMY: It's good, right?
It's really creative, yeah.
MAN: Carm?
KJ! We were on wrestling, bro.
Yes, bro. Yes. Hey.
What are you doing?
- CARMY: I'm, um
- I dragged him here to help Kelly.
- Right.
- That girl's always getting rocked.
Didn't you get into trouble recently?
Yeah, I fuck with the
Ambien a little too much
and broke into some T-Mobiles
and stole some cell phones.
But it's a problem.
- It's a disease.
- CARMY: Yeah. Yeah, yeah.
No, addiction, that's,
definitely, it's a disease.
No, stealing cell phones.
I get hardcore fixations.
You are beautiful and amazing
and he's a fucking idiot, okay?
You know, we were together
for five years,
and he never made dinner for me.
Like, not even once.
CLAIRE: You deserve better.
Well, no one's ever
made me dinner before.
Am I stupid?
What? No. No, no, no, no.
He's-he's the one who He sucks.
- He's the one who sucks.
- CLAIRE: Mm-hmm.
- Exactly.
- CARMY: Right.
- He's the one who sucks.
- Yep.
- Understood?
- That's understood.
- CLAIRE: I'm not sure you get it.
- No, no, I get it.
- Is he the one that sucks?
- He's the one who sucks.
- Yeah, exactly.
Do you wanna go get her some water?
- Yeah, please. Okay.
- CLAIRE: Okay.
He's so nice.
Why don't I ever meet anyone who's nice?
- You will.
Who the fuck is setting off fireworks?
- Oh, my God. Hi.
Hey. Good to see you.
WOMAN: Tina, I think you're up!
If he brings you happiness ♪
Then I wish you ♪
All the best ♪
It's your happiness that matters ♪
Most of all ♪
- Oh, my God.
- Pero si te hace llorar ♪
A mí me puedes hablar ♪
Y estaré contigo ♪
Cuando triste estás ♪
I'll be there any time ♪
You need me ♪
By your side ♪
To drive away ♪
Every teardrop that you cry ♪
And if he ever leaves you blue ♪
Just remember ♪
I love you ♪
And I'll be there ♪
Before the next teardrop falls ♪
I'll be there ♪
Before the next ♪
Teardrop falls ♪
Thank you.
Hey. Hey. Logan.
- Huh?
- ALEX: Right? Logan Fernello?
- CARMY: Yeah.
- You did that, you did that
amazing shit, uh, senior year.
- The shit with the spoons.
- With the spoons?
- ALEX: Yeah.
- Yeah.
You're one of the first people we know
- to make a website.
- Oh.
- MAN 1: Congratulations.
- MAN 2: Good shit, man. Good shit.
CARMY: We've been taking
in his waist little by little,
and my buddy's mom is a tailor, right?
So she taught him how to do this.
So now he thinks
his legs are getting longer.
And he's like, he's like,
like, sobbing, like,
freaking the fuck out.
Like he's growing at, at hyperspeed
or some shit like that.
It's fucking crazy.
ALEX: That is classic Logan, man.
- You are fucked up
Yeah, it's classic Logan, man.
- Do you wanna go over there, Logan?
- Yes.
- Bye.
- Okay. Good to see you guys.
Good to see you, man.
Oh, my God. He's at it again.
You're a real animal, Logan.
Yeah. No, the thing
about Logan, he just
He doesn't give a fuck.
- That's-that's Logan.
- Hmm.
That was really nice with, um
with Kelly. You're really good at that.
Good at what?
In college, everyone would
come back to my house
- after parties
- CARMY: Hmm.
and I, I think I got really good
at managing sad drunk people.
Yeah, I know that feeling.
I know you do.
So I missed like this, um
college thing, huh?
CLAIRE: Well, you were in France.
- Um, Copenhagen.
- Go to Noma?
- Worked at Noma.
- Heard it's alright.
It's pretty good.
Why'd you give me a fake number?
I like you so much.
And, um
I feel like I missed a lot.
Well it was a lot of this.
And, um
a lot of
Fuck, let's, uh, let's
get the fuck outta here.
Yeah, yeah.
Who knew they still
busted up parties like this?
I don't think fireworks
are legal in Illinois.
I'm just gonna go check on Kelly.
Busted for havin' fun.
- Busted for having fun.
- OFFICER: I got it.
The world doesn't suck enough.
They take you to jail for having fun.
I, uh, I think Kelly
found a new boyfriend.
Hey, here's a crazy idea.
Hit me.
CARMY: Do you, um
You wanna see the restaurant?
I'd love to.
Where were you when I kissed you ♪
I do have to ask you
to please watch your step.
There are about ten things
that could, um,
kill you in here, so.
- SUGAR:'cause you are irresponsible.
- This is
RICHIE: Natalie,
I'm trying to fucking help.
- This is unacceptable!
- RICHIE: Unaccep
It's called bein' proactive!
Okay, what were you thinking?
It was really dangerous.
- It wasn't that dangerous!
- SUGAR: Every time you
Telling me not to help.
Don't tell me not to help!
That's not being helpful!
- CARMY: Yo!
- I've been here since the beginning.
- You've been here two seconds.
- CARMY: What's going on?
RICHIE: Show some respect, kid.
- SUGAR: Oh! Respect?
- CARMY: Hey.
RICHIE: Show some fucking respect!
Respect? Why would I respect you?
- What's going on?
- He tried to fucking
steal power from our neighbors.
- I wasn't stealing anything.
- Why do we need to steal power?
- I borrowed an outlet from a neighbor.
- CARMY: Amperage?
- Claire? Oh, my God, hi. Hi.
SYDNEY: The HVAC doesn't work
because we don't have enough amperage.
So I was trying to create
the amperage that we need.
- So he plugged in a generator
- You can't create amperage.
- Yes, you can.
- It's really good to see you.
- RICHIE: They're my friends.
- SYDNEY: And it blew their fuse.
- RICHIE: They are friends of mine.
- Are they still?
- Why didn't you call me?
- I should have called you, okay?
We didn't need to call you
if everything is fine.
- Everything's not fine!
- RICHIE: Everything is fine!
I'm Claire. I just
Sorry to interrupt.
Sorry, this is, um Sorry.
This is Claire.
This is my friend, Claire.
Yeah, you all seem really, really busy.
I'm sorry to interrupt.
Um, I'm-I'm Sydney.
It's nice to meet you.
I'm also sorry
that you're here. Or not
That, just that this is
happening in front of you.
It's good that you're here.
What's up, Claire bear?
Hey, lovely to see you.
- Pardon my wire.
- Hi, cousin.
RICHIE: How are you?
Let me ask you,
have you, uh, met Frank yet?
- Yeah.
- And?
He's pretty great.
- CARMY: Yo.
- Just so we're clear.
Alright, everything's fine.
I'm just letting you know.
- This is this is bullshit.
- I appreciate you.
I appreciate you trying
to solve some problems, okay?
Everybody, thank you for today.
It was a great day. Go home.
- No, hold on, hold on.
- CARMY: Good night.
- RICHIE: Time out. Cousin.
- CARMY: Good night.
- Cousin, who's gonna watch the copper?
- SYDNEY: Good night.
- What?
- I'm saying good night.
RICHIE: Gonna be
on guard duty all night.
CARMY: Hey, we can
figure it out tomorrow.
We'll figure it out.
We'll figure it out tomorrow.
- No, come on. Please, cousin.
- CARMY: Yes. Cousin.
- No. Come on, just
- Cousin. Hey.
- No one's
- Good night.
- Good night.
- SUGAR: Carm?
- CARMY: Yes.
- You have to do something about him.
- I hear you.
- SUGAR: I'm Sorry.
Yo, please, cousin, you know, I'm
not like this 'cause I'm in Van Halen.
I'm in Van Halen 'cause I'm like this.
CARMY: Cousin.
- Just
- CARMY: Cousin.
Thank you.
Good night.
Hey, see you, Claire bear.
This is my restaurant. Um
- That's how things work. Um
I'll write you a letter tomorrow ♪
It's usually, it's not like that here.
It kinda seems like it is.
What's, um, with all the green?
Oh, um, yeah.
Uh, so, it's
the different stations, um
Where everything's gonna go.
This is, uh, expo over here.
Um, and then right by you here
we have the oven, stovetop.
Garde manger is kinda
like right right there.
I'm sittin' on the garde manger?
CARMY: Yes, yes. Yeah.
On the, uh, the cold prep, yeah.
And then, um, ideally,
in-in a perfect world,
we would be able to get a dish
from station to station in, like
five seconds.
(WHISPERS) That's really fast.
Yeah, yeah, we're, um
We're very fast.
Lights that flash ♪
In the evening ♪
FAK: Where is everybody?
CLAIRE: Fak attack.
- Fuckin' dammit.
Um, just give me, just one second.
I was waitin' for Richie on the roof.
- Come back tomorrow.
- FAK: What's going on?
Uh, Claire is here.
- I did that.
- I know. I know you did.
And thank you, but you have to go.
Wait. Carm, she is the best.
- I know.
- And so are you.
- I love you, buddy.
- FAK: I love you, too.
I love you so much. But I need my tools.
Fuck your tools.
- Very well. Okay.
- Okay, thanks.
See, you're high and lonesome ♪
Try and try and try ♪

Lights that flash in the evening ♪
Through a hole in the drapes ♪
I'll be home when I'm sleeping ♪
I can't hardly wait ♪
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