The Client List s02e03 Episode Script

Cowboy Up

Previously on The Client List My life's a big hot mess.
You have two beautiful kids.
Well, very true.
But you know what? Let's review.
I'm ashamed to tell them what their mama does for living, my husband leaves me, then comes back, gets himself thrown in jail for stealing copper wire.
Who steals copper wire? And on top of that I'm dating my husband's brother.
Are you okay? Got into a little disagreement with a 4x6.
That's your story? Yes, ma'am.
The D.
argued that he's a flight risk.
And how much is the bail? $75,000.
What can I do? Do you happen to have $7,500? Didn't think so.
- Riley Parks? - Are you crazy? It's from Kyle.
And you send some stranger over with dirty money that you stole from innocent people? "Innocent"? Vandermeyer steals from everyone.
It doesn't matter what they did.
We need to turn that money in.
That guy is nothing but trouble.
You never gave me a bag of cash.
Next time, pick a man worth standing by.
It's your mother, Riley.
She's had an accident.
- Hey, Lace.
- Oh, thank God.
Mama, take it easy.
Stop fussing over me and get that hangdog look off your face.
It's just a sprained shoulder.
And a ruptured tendon.
In a few days, I'll be as good as new.
Oh, I picked up your pain meds from the pharmacy.
Oh, yeah, and you can stay with us until you're feeling better.
I am perfectly capable of taking care of myself at home.
Not a chance.
The doctor said he wants you to rest, and I'm gonna make sure you do it.
So? What happened? I had a minor disagreement with Mrs.
Burns' pine tree.
Minor? You totaled your car.
Linette, Riley is gonna get to the bottom of it one way or another, so you might as well get to it.
I was reading a text.
Mama, really? What were you thinking? What was so important that you couldn't wait? Salon business.
Urgent salon business? Mama, really? Oh.
You were not texting.
She was sexting.
Oh, my God.
Oh, it's like I've looked directly into the sunlight and I'm scarred for life.
Oh, for an older gentleman, he really is quite limber.
Lacey! Last thing I need is the two of you to make fun.
Who is Richard Preston? Dick.
My old friend from high school.
And, you know, I am tired.
Don't you two have to go to work? Unh-unh.
You're not gonna change the subject.
We'll talk about it later.
I'm gonna go lay down.
All I need is my appointment book from the salon.
Yeah, I'll get it.
Let me help you.
Don't answer that! Hello? No.
This is her daughter.
What do you mean her insurance lapsed? How much? Are you kidding me? She just went to the E.
I hope y'all know how important this fundraiser is.
It's more than just selling wrapping paper.
Your efforts go towards improving public education.
Don't even tell me.
Yep, the annual wrapping-paper sale has begun.
Every parent's worst nightmare.
Well, not every parent's.
You know, I was wondering what I was gonna do with my free time.
Are you sure you're okay? Yeah, I'm fine.
Thank you for helping me with the kids andMama.
I don't know what I'd do without you.
Fall to pieces, I'm sure.
Yeah, probably.
It's just Kyle, and mama's accident.
Have you told Kyle you gave the money back? No, I'm still too mad.
I haven't been back there since I found out.
You know, you don't owe him anything.
Lacey, don't start.
Oh, hey.
Tell Linette we're wishing for a speedy recovery.
Bless her heart.
Well, thanks.
Will do.
Oh, and if you need any wrapping paper -- Taylor, our kids are in the same class, so I've got my own paper to sell.
Oh, right.
You know that Twinkle's been top seller for seven years straight, and she's got her little heart set on making it eight.
Well, with you and Beau papering the town, she should rest easy.
I do have a lot of friends.
Morning, Mrs.
I thought I'd just pop by and pick up my order.
Benny, aren't you just the sweetest man ever? And you tell that chief of police to stop by and pick up his order anytime.
It's a big order.
Will do.
Evan, what are you doing here? Oh, Beau asked me to help with the renovations.
Evan's our go-to guy.
There's nothing he can't fix.
How's Linette doing? Tough as nails.
Runs in the family.
Glad to hear she's doing all right.
And what the hell are you doing here? Getting your nails done? Yeah.
Maybe my hair, too.
Yeah? Here.
Give me a hand with that.
Yeah, I got you.
So, I hear you're thinking of hanging up that tool belt and joining us on the force.
I put in an application.
Construction's in the toilet.
Crime's booming.
Parks, you'd make a great cop, and I'm not gonna lie -- chicks dig the uniform.
And you'd look mighty fine in a uniform.
Ladies, have a good one.
I hate to watch you leave, but I love to watch you walk away.
Oh, Taylor, keep it dry.
Don't tell me you didn't notice that man's ass-ets.
What I noticed was your wedding ring.
I am married, not dead.
You know, if you had men like that giving massages at your spa, women would be lined up around the block.
"Lined up around the block"? Original Air Date on March 24, 2013 Huh.
Just another reason to hate the holidays.
Hey! Oh, Nikki, just ignore Selena.
It'll be hard to do at first, but then you'll get used to it.
Anyway, I'm thinking about making the spa co-ed.
You want to hire a male masseuse? I think it's "masseur.
" We could use a female clientele.
Besides, if all the men keep coming in and out of here, people are gonna start to wonder.
It might be nice to have a man around here.
Help fix things, kill bugs, unclog the toilet.
You hear that? That's the sound of hundreds of feminists rolling over in their graves.
What? I can't be socially conscious? Well, I think it's a great idea.
The more men, the merrier.
It pains me to say this, but I actually agree with disco Barbie.
Y'all hear that? It's the sound of hell freezing over.
Shut up.
So, you got any ideas? No, not yet.
I'm gonna check some of the massage schools, set up some interviews.
Another room rental would be nice and, you know, we could use some more eye candy around here.
Look, Kyle, I know that you talked to the attorney.
I don't have the bail.
I'm trying to get it together.
What do you mean you don't have it? I gave you 10 grand.
It wasn't our money.
So I went to see Vandermeyer.
What? You went there? Riley, what did I tell you about him? I just thought if I could give it back But then he kept it, and now it's gone, and he wants the rest.
The rest of what? That was it.
That was my cut.
I got 10 grand, and my buddy got $10,000.
The attorney said that the wire was worth 80 grand.
Where's the other $60,000? Look, if you just come clean -- Come clean? Don't you see? They're liars, Riley.
And this is their scam.
They're gonna file a false insurance claim and collect money that wasn't even theirs to begin with.
And now he knows who you are.
You never should have gone there.
I just can't take any more -- between the kids and mama's accident.
What? What happened? Is Linette all right? Yeah, she's fine.
Look, I never would have gotten you mixed up in this.
All right, but I think there's a way to fix it.
I'm gonna handle it.
We need to start doing things the right way.
Okay, now, if you're still cold, we can get you another blanket, turn up the heat.
And don't forget -- more meds in three hours.
Tsk, tsk, tsk.
Praise the Lord the tree didn't kill me, but you fussing over me so much just might.
Well, I never.
- Hey, you.
- Hey.
Come on in.
How's Linette doing? Cranky, uncooperative, and a pain in my side.
So it's business as usual, huh? Yeah, unfortunately.
And the kiddos? Out like lights.
Evan, what happened? I-I told you, you know? Construction and I are on the outs, you know? It might be time for me to find a new line of work.
Like being a cop? Were you gonna mention that? Look, I didn't tell you about that because it's not a done deal, all right? A lot of things have to fall into place for that to happen.
I didn't even get an interview yet.
I know you're hiding something from me, so why don't you just come out with it? It's nothing.
Well, if it's not the cop thing, what is it? You're all banged up.
It's nothing you need to worry about.
EvanYou want to get a woman to worry, tell her that there is nothing to worry about.
I promise you.
You Parks boys are all about the danger and promises you can't keep.
Riley, will you trust me? No, this hits a nerve for me.
You know that, right? Look, I'm gonna ask you one more time what it is that you've gotten yourself into.
Riley, you're overreacting.
If you can't tell me the truth, you're gonna have to get out.
Riley, I can't.
Get out! You know, mama, the doctor said "rest," not "text.
" I'm trying to get this picture, but the stupid camera keeps cutting my head off.
All you see are my boobs.
I feel like my head just exploded.
Give me that, and I'll take these pictures.
And we need to talk about Dick.
I mean what you want to do with this dick.
Lacey, will you stop it? Well, it's Whew! I think my meds are kicking in.
I'm gonna go lay down.
Mm-hmm, good idea.
So, Taylor has a monopoly at the salon, but Dale is gonna make a killing on his next run.
He's driving to Mars.
Massive demand for wrapping paper.
Oh, that's great, Lace.
Okay, what's up? You had it out with Kyle.
Linette's fine.
I mean, a little text happy, but fine.
It's not even about mom.
It's about Evan.
Have you seen him lately? Now that you mention it, he hasn't been around that much, which is weird because he's usually fused to my sofa, watching ballgames.
Yeah, well, he came by here yesterday, looked like he'd been in a fight and didn't want to talk about it.
I don't want to meddle, but you know how much he means -- I know.
How can I help? Just talk to Dale, make sure everything's okay.
Well, since we've been trying for a baby, Dale is putty in my hands.
I will get to the bottom of this Evan business.
I am so sorry.
Since all this stuff with Kyle and mama's accident, we haven't even talked about it.
Nothing to discuss yet.
We're trying.
And it's like my daddy always said, "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
" Ooh, trying can be fun.
Well, you do not hear me complainin'.
Listen, don't worry.
I'm on the case.
Thank you.
One brother in trouble is about all I can take.
You know, I'm close to swearing off men altogether.
I haven't seen you in a while.
Did you miss me? Of course.
You are nurse Riley's favorite patient.
I bet you tell all the guys that.
Oh, only when they're my favorites.
Now, come on.
Let's start with your front.
Mary, you are gorgeous.
Mary? Okay.
You're a real charmer.
So, what can Mary do for you today? Anything she wants.
Oh, well, aren't I a lucky girl? A very lucky girl.
That must have hurt.
You got the healing touch.
You know that, don't you? Yeah, well, I know exactly what you like.
You are so good, Mary.
Just relax.
Mary is going to take care of you.
So, where were we? Who let the dogs out? They're not that bad.
They're not that good, either.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
So, what? In our case, the beholder is blind? What the hell was Riley thinking? That one with the glasses is kind of cute.
Are you kidding me? Women ain't gonna line up for Harry Potter over there.
Or Dumbledore for that matter.
What? I read.
Where the hell did Riley find these guys? Not everyone who walks through these doors can be a male model.
Yeah, well, that should be the rule.
There's only one person who's gonna be able to tell who's qualified.
What is this nonsense about men working at my spa? Your spa? How did you -- Selena.
She ratted you out.
Well, I'm trying to run a business.
A legit business.
Women will be the downfall of this place.
Never has a man worked here.
Why should they start now? I won't allow it.
So, you're not selling me the Rub? Of course I am.
I-I only want -- To make all the decisions and control me and the way I run the place? I'm just looking out for you.
I know that.
And I appreciate it, I always have, but this is not gonna work if you're calling the shots.
So, it's not too late for you to change your mind.
Sugar, you're right.
I guess I just didn't think it would be this hard to let go.
The Rub is my baby now, and I promise you that I will keep her safe.
Well A word of warning.
Women are complicated creatures.
That's why men were my business.
They're simple, they're easy to please -- like lizards.
Oh, yeah.
Oh, yeah, that's what I'm talking about.
Right there.
Oh, well, you deserve it.
Working overtime on the road Mm-hmm.
In the bedroom.
Yes, ma'am.
You never take any time for yourself.
When was the last time you had a boys' night out? You should call Evan.
Grab a beer.
Hit up the strip club.
Who are you and what have you done with my wife? It's just been a while since you two hung out.
Look, uh, Evan's busy.
I'm busy.
Lace, what's going on? Well, don't you look mighty handsome, Dale.
Riley already hit me up for 12 rolls.
But Dale hasn't bought any.
It's the same thing.
He's family.
You're my employee! Uh-oh.
Taylor, I rent my chair.
I'm my own boss -- by your design, I might add.
Oh, fine.
We'll take another 12 rolls.
Where were we? Oh, right! Evan.
Lace, come on.
What's going on? Unhappy wife equals unhappy life.
Uh, I don't -- I don't think that's the expression, honey.
Well, it will be if you don't tell me what you know.
Hey! What? Evan -- Evan's got to do his thing.
Every man's got to be free to do his thing.
Not if his thing is dangerous.
I knew it.
Tell me.
Start talking.
No! Lace, no.
I'm not gonna break that bro code, and there's nothing you can do to change that.
Well, I guess that's it, then.
I mean If there's nothing I can do.
How's that? Mm-hmm.
So, what is Evan doing here? Dale just told me he'd be here, something about plausible deniability.
Hey, pumpkin, what's wrong? Well, is what's coming out of your nose green or yellow? Well, if it's purple, it's probably grape juice.
Will this next rider up take the grand prize? Let's give a warm welcome to Beaumont's own Evan Parks.
Go talk to your mee maw.
I'll be home soon.
Are you kidding me? Thanks.
Well, you know how it works, folks.
Our judges will rank the rider and the bull, each on a scale of 1 to 25 -- highest score takes top prize.
Hold on folks.
it does not look good.
Parks went down hard.
And look at that -- with a score of 88, Evan Parks comes out of nowhere to win it all.
Ladies and gentlemen, let's give a big hand to the winner of this year's Lonestar Invitational -- Mr.
Evan Parks.
I'm gonna kill Dale.
It wasn't as bad as it looked, I swear.
Do you have anything for complete stupidity? No, ma'am.
I'm afraid men are just born with it.
Yeah, well, go on and fix it.
I'll wait.
Yeah, this is what we call an anterior dislocation.
And in English? It means you popped your shoulder out.
Tomorrow, you're gonna be sore.
Remember, R-I-C-E, okay? Rest, ice, compression, and elevate -- Aah! A fifth of Jack Daniel's can't hurt, either.
I'm all out of slings, but if you stop by the ambo on the way out, the medic will give you one.
Well, that didn't hurt.
It would have hurt had I not popped it back.
You're lucky I didn't kick your ass.
It wouldn't have been the first time.
Thank you.
Aah! What was that for? For being a damn fool.
I had it under control.
Oh, really? So, almost dying out there, that was a big part of your master plan? Ben Dalton does this on the weekends.
He's the one who told me that it might be a quick way to make some money.
You know, I don't get it, Evan.
One minute, you're a construction worker.
The next minute you're a cowboy.
Then you want to be a cop.
What are you, the Village People? I'm okay.
Don't you see why I'm upset? 'Cause I don't -- I don't want anything to happen to you.
I had to do something.
This is for you.
For Kyle's bail.
Riley, I did all of this for you.
Now I don't know what to say.
This shouldn't all be on your shoulders.
I can't tell you how much this means to me, but I just can't.
Then I guess we're done here.
I got to go see the medic.
I'll talk to you later.
Do you like what you do here? I love what I do, and I get to put my P.
training to use.
You're a physical therapist? Yes, ma'am.
Hard times right now.
I'm lucky to have this gig.
And I get to help people, even washed-up old cowboys.
You know what? If you ever need a change of scene, you should come by the Rub of Sugar Land.
Maybe check it out.
I mean, it's not that I don't appreciate Evan.
I do.
It's just -- I mean, he's got to understand how hard it is for me to take money from him for Kyle.
I hear you.
It's tough.
Hey! You're not even listening.
I mean, you are like a love-sick teenager.
What is going on with you two? Nothing.
Mama, start talking.
Dick and I were friends in high school.
He was the biggest flirt at Beaumont High.
Then he got in touch with me, and we're having so much fun.
But now he's in town and wants to take me out.
Well, that's great.
I mean, you haven't dated anybody since Garrett.
And we know how that turned out.
Look, he obviously likes you.
I mean, I have seen the proof.
You are never letting me live that down.
Not a chance.
This is so easy, and nobody gets hurt.
Well, it's not real.
I mean, it won't keep you warm at night, make you feel loved.
I don't think I could handle another heartache.
I know what you mean.
Look, after daddy died, you could have fallen apart, but you didn't.
And then five walks down the aisle later, you still didn't give up.
It would be a shame to start that now.
How'd I get such a wonderful daughter? Good genes.
And using you as a bad example.
Hey! Hey! Hey! What are you, the one-armed bandit? Hey! I said I was sorry.
I shouldn't have said anything to Lacey.
I'm sorry! Listen, now, I mean, she has got mad skills.
I mean, the things that she could do with -- No, no details.
I beg of you.
No, I was gonna say.
What she can do with her fingers Stop.
in my hair.
It's okay.
Doesn't matter anyway.
Riley doesn't want my help.
So, now you can move on.
Unless, of course, you don't want to move on.
We were good, Dale.
And then Kyle dragged her back into this mess.
Why are you so hell-bent on getting Kyle out of jail? Because I'm not that guy.
All right? Riley's got to choose, and it's got to be at a level playing field.
I hear you.
But after what Kyle did to Riley and the kids, you know I'm on your side.
You just got to watch out.
I mean, if I know Kyle, he is not gonna give up his wife without a fight.
Hey! I'm surprised you came by.
Well, I heard a lot of good things about this place.
I had to come by and check it out.
And plus, cowboys don't tip.
Most of them, anyhow.
Oh, well, our clients tip very well, but that's up to you 'cause you need to give a really good massage.
Oh, yeah.
Right there.
Your pronator muscles are really tight.
And there's some inflammation in the wrist area.
Probably overuse.
You have no idea.
Your upper traps and Your splenius capitis are a little stiff.
I'd suggest -- You know, I mean this in the nicest way.
Less talking, more massaging.
Oh, Lord.
You do give a good interview.
Hi, there.
May I help you? Uh, I need to see Riley.
I'm afraid she's in a session.
Oh, I have an appointment.
What's your name? Tom Maise.
It looks like your appointment is next week.
You're wrong.
Check it again.
I'm sorry, sir, but it says -- I need to see Mary.
Mary? I need to see Mary now! Whoa-ho, what's with all the shouting? She won't listen to me.
I'm trying to tell him that his appointment is next week.
No! Why are you messing with my head?! Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! Relax! It's okay.
I mean, I-I can squeeze you in later this week.
Soldier, you stand at attention.
I said stand at attention now.
Yes, sir.
Mary? It's okay.
It's okay.
Mary's right here.
Nothing bad's gonna happen to you, okay? I promise.
Riley? How did I -- what just happened? It's okay.
Why don't we go to my office and talk? It's not your fault.
The guy's got PTSD.
He could have snapped anywhere.
I'm just glad you were here.
How did you know that he was former military? Tattoo on his arm.
Lot of guys in my unit had them.
Did three tours in Afghanistan.
You learn to spot the symptoms.
You're a vet? Why didn't you mention that before? 'Cause it was hell.
Not something I like to dwell on.
But, look, a lot of these guys, they don't have the coping skills, and it keeps building and building.
And then one day They snap.
He snapped, all right.
I just hope he's gonna be okay.
Yeah, he will be.
As long as he gets some help.
Are you for real? Good with your hands, good in a crisis, good-looking.
You're not so bad yourself.
I'm just stating the facts.
And I've made up my mind.
Welcome to the Rub of Sugar Land.
Now, we have a room-rental system, but you've just earned yourself a free week.
Thank you.
Where are the rug rats? Oh, Travis is at a sleepover, and Katie was acting up, so I put her to bed early.
Come on, dinner's ready.
Hey, Dale.
Hey, Linette.
Ooh, Linette, I don't think this was meant for me.
At least, I hope it wasn't.
Geez, Linette.
You kiss your grandkids with that mouth? It's this darn phone.
The buttons are too small.
Okay, mama, no more talking to your friend Dick.
Will y'all get it together? Just talking about her new beau.
How often do you see that dick? Richard.
Oh, didn't mean to bust up your party.
No, it's okay.
It's not a party.
I'm sure mama would be happy to see you.
I don't want to interrupt.
Evan, if this is about -- Look, it's all good, all right, I just -- I just wanted to tell you -- Y'all come on.
The food's getting cold.
Look who it is.
The rhinestone cowboy.
Oh, man's just jealous.
Miniature ponies make him nervous.
You know, actually -- actually, that's true.
Hey, y'all.
Listen up.
My family is so beautiful.
And I want you all to know how much you mean to me.
And I've learned my lesson -- big-time.
Oh, mama, that was so after-school special.
So, no more texting and driving? Scout's honor.
That's good to hear, Linette.
Well, it would be a shame if Evan had to lock you up.
Oh, so, you got the interview? Dude, you're really giving Lacey a run for her money with the girl gossip.
Well, I thought we were celebrating.
There's nothing to celebrate yet.
Could someone fill me in? Yeah, I'm missing something, too.
I applied to the Police Academy.
I got an interview tomorrow.
W-wait, so, you're gonna be a cop.
Well, I hope so.
I mean, I-I got to get in first and then go through the academy.
Only you could find something more dangerous than rodeo.
Hot damn.
This is good news.
We could use some law and order around here.
You're awfully quiet.
No, it's just, you know -- riding bulls is dangerous enough.
Now you're gonna be taking your life into your hands day after day.
Well, it's better than not living your life at all.
I mean, after mom and dad died, I was lost.
I let Kyle call all the shots 'cause it was easy.
I spent a long time searching for the right thing.
And this is it, Riley.
This is me finally going after what I want.
Well Officer Parks has a nice ring to it.
Hear! Hear! You can help us out with parking tickets now.
You're the first person I'm bringing in.
Oh, my God! It's like you have ice in your veins.
How are you not freaking? Excuse me? Evan's gonna be a cop, and you're a -- Business owner? Right.
It's just a little too close for comfort.
I mean, how are you not worried? Look, I get that it's not ideal, but what am I supposed to do? I mean, tell Evan not to go after something he wants? I've never seen him so happy.
I just have to make damn sure that he never has to arrest me.
I guess.
Besides, he hasn't even gotten in yet.
We can't panic.
So, how's the first day treating you? Nothing but satisfied customers.
See you next week, sugar? Same time, same place.
Uh, am I missing something? I know.
I know.
Yesterday, I came in madder than an old wet hen.
And I came back today to prove that you were making a huge mistake.
Georgia, I'm not gonna do this again.
Let me finish! Ooh! Lord knows it isn't easy to say I was wrong.
I'm sorry.
Could you say that again 'cause I'm not hearing it? Oh.
Don't push your luck.
This is your business now, and I'm gonna start minding my own.
Just for the record, this is you here spying.
Old habits die hard.
I'll go.
I'm going.
You outdid yourself with Derek.
He's pretty great.
Thanks for taking a chance on me.
I know a good thing when I see it.
I never thought I'd find a place that felt like home.
I like being wrong.
I'm glad you came back.
Thank you.
Got to say, I'm surprised you called me.
After the way I acted, I figured I'd be banned for life.
If it happens again, you will.
You're a good man.
But that outburst -- It was stress.
And I haven't been sleeping that well.
No, it was more than that.
You were out of control, and you know it.
I just I thought getting shot was gonna be the worst thing that could happen.
Six weeks from shipping out, and my unit gets ambushed.
I should have died.
A lot of good men did.
It took me months to recover, but I figured going to hell and back was worth it because I had Mary by my side.
And then one day, she just ended it.
Canceled the wedding, told me I wasn't the same person that she fell in love with.
She left you? I'm still trying to wrap my head around it.
I enlisted for her.
I risked everything to make a better life for us, and that still wasn't enough.
And that's when the episodes started? And you never went to see a professional? Well, I am now.
Come on.
You know what I mean.
You mean some quack who's gonna sit there and judge me.
I'm not a head case.
Of course you're not.
Look, just because you ask somebody for help, it doesn't make you crazy.
It just means you're taking control.
Hell, I know it sucks, but every once in a while, we all need a little help, right? Didn't mean to interrupt.
You're welcome here anytime.
I tried calling you.
Riley, if this is about the money I left last night, can we please not talk about it? It's yours to keep -- end of story.
Good, 'cause I'm keeping it, and I just came by to say thank you.
I bet you aced your interview.
You know, yesterday you were on top of the world.
What gives? Interview was great.
Nailed it.
Really clicked with the sergeant.
That's awesome.
I mean, you don't seem like it's awesome.
Well, I just got a phone call from Ben.
You know, he heard through the grapevine that I didn't make the cut.
I don't understand.
Well, it turns out having a felon in the family has finally caught up with me.
Lacey's gone for the day.
Yeah, uh, I actually came to see you -- something I wanted to discuss.
Oh, I already told Linette take as much time as she needs.
Well, that's -- that's great.
Not why I'm here.
It's Travis, isn't it? It's hard coming in year after year in second place.
You know, Taylor? Yeah? Wouldn't it be easier if I just told you why I was here? Oh.
Of course! I'm listening.
Uh, it's about Evan.
Look, he wants to be in the police academy, and they rejected his application.
Well, Kyle's legal woes are front-page news.
Maybe folks are worried the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Right, but you know Evan.
Look, I know that we haven't always been close, but he's more than qualified.
And you and Beau are friends with the police chief.
And if anyone can pull strings, it's you.
Oh, Chief Rogers! Hey! It's Taylor B.
, honey.
I'm sorry to call you on your cell, but I was wondering if I could swing by, drop off your wrapping paper, and talk to you about a personal matter? Oh, aren't you a doll? Okay, I'll see you soon.
You remember senior year when Beau and I broke up and I had to go to the prom with Robbie Peterson? Ohh.
And that moron got drunk on Boone's farm and he wanted to drive me home? Well, Evan threatened to beat the crap out of him until he gave me his keys.
I never forgot that.
You did a good thing.
Now, there's something I need from you.
Oh, Lord.
Taylor, how many rolls? A lot.
Got some good news for you.
Well, I could sure use some of that.
We made bail.
Are you serious? That's amazing.
How? How did -- where did you get the money? Graham said that they were gonna do a pre-release hearing? I'm not sure when that's gonna happen Wait a minute.
But it shouldn't be too much longer.
Why aren't you answering my question? Just tell me where you got the money.
But I didn't ask him to do it.
I think he wanted to help you.
Don't act like he did this for me.
What's that supposed to mean? I'm not taking his money.
What? You heard me.
I don't believe this.
All you've done is talk about wanting to come home, and now you want to stay in here? This is not where I wanted to have this conversation.
Riley, I saw you with Evan the night that I got arrested.
Okay, you know, we just got your bail, so can we just focus on getting you out of here? Really? You have nothing to say about that? I'm not doing this.
Riley, is there something going on with you and my brother? I-I don't -- I don't know, Kyle.
You don't know? No, I don't know.
Okay? What I do know is that Evan has been there for me through the worst time of my entire life, and my kids -- they really miss their daddy because he's still in jail.
If you don't want to take his money, that's fine, but we're out of options.
Pay the bail.
There is fear in the thought of freedom ♪ there are ways out, and I see them ♪ but I choose to be held captive ♪ as crazy as I know that is I find strength in the sorrow ♪ I want to wake up with it tomorrow ♪ oh, but all we tried would be in vain ♪ if it were that easy to just walk away ♪ roots that run that deep pain that you don't see anyone could look around think all is well above the ground ♪ I could pull them up but they're all that's left and I'm not ready to lose So, how'd you do it? Do what? The academy called and said I was fast-tracked.
I start Monday.
It was you, wasn't it? I have no idea what you're talking about.
Oh, come on, Riley.
Beau congratulated me before I even got the call.
Taylor sent flowers, and you have enough wrapping paper to last 10 christmases.
Well, I think you are gonna make detective in no time.
And I'm not ready to lose you yet