The I-Land (2019) s01e05 Episode Script

The Cloud Capp'd Towers

Fucking raft! Taylor! What are you doing? Are you leaving? They said every man for themselves.
- We were all getting along fine.
- Go back to sleep.
You don't have to give into that.
I know that you're scared, and I know that we're trying to survive.
- But, please, you don't need to leave.
- Babe, I know you like to take care of everyone else, and that's great, and if that's your strategy, wonderful.
- But don't fucking mom me right now.
- I'm not momming you.
That guy said that we're not allowed to leave the island.
This is what he wants us to do.
Splinter off turn against each other.
- But we're better.
We're better together.
- Stop! I don't even know you guys! Blair, get out of the fucking raft! You can't go.
Do you wanna come? What? No.
Get out of the raft, enjoy being a martyr, and leave me the fuck alone! I'm leaving.
Get out! Get out, Blair! Get out! Don't you remember what he said? He said that he would hunt us down if we tried to run away.
Suit yourself! Guys! Quick! I need help! Guys, help! No, no, no, no, no! Donovan, be careful! Don't take our only raft! She said we don't really know each other.
She's right.
We don't.
Well, that's a great attitude.
Yeah, but it's true.
You know what? The truth is relative.
And right now, I think we just have to try and see things glass half full.
You guys can do whatever you want, but I'd rather see things how they are.
That kind of negativity's immature.
Do you know that? Awesome.
Hey, we gotta stay positive down here, little bro.
Hey, it's okay.
We can figure this out together, okay? We're gonna work this out.
I promise.
Glass half full.
What a creep.
Get 'em while they're vulnerable? Table ten's a bitch I went to high school with.
I need a cig.
That table's in your section.
She don't want to see me as much as I don't want to see her.
Bitch.
Goddamn.
You need a light? Thanks.
I'm Jordan.
Used to live here, but, uh I have a pulse, so I got the fuck out.
Chicago.
Something about you You look like you got a pulse too.
What's your name? Married.
That mean you're dead? Means you shouldn't talk to me like that.
Place hasn't changed a bit.
I do miss these big Galveston night skies, though.
And I do miss Texas girls like you.
Even if I do need a search warrant to flirt with you.
Go on ahead.
My husband'll kill you.
Maybe that's how I want to die.
I got two kids.
Uh-huh.
That's it, right there.
That why you think you don't got a pulse? Yep.
That's about right.
Let me ask you something.
Hmm? Jerks like you always think they can talk to me.
Why do you think that is? Well, um I can't speak for all of us, but, uh if I had to take a guess, I'd say there's not a man in this whole state that doesn't wanna talk to you.
That right? I mean, there's some non-jerks in there.
Maybe it's you who's only letting the jerks get the word in.
What're you doing back here if you hate it so much? Trying to meet you.
You got real cheesy lines, you know that? You should hear my original stuff.
It's way worse.
Nah, I'm here for my dad's funeral.
Hey, you coming back to work or what? Thanks for the light.
Yeah.
Oh, and, um I'm real sorry about your dad.
See you around, Married.
There's gotta be something here.
Is it wrong that I'm excited? It'd be wrong if you weren't.
Just like a game of Grand Theft Auto, right? Yep.
Someday I'm gonna tell our grandkids, "Your granddad was so hot, he got me to rob a bank.
" You remember the plan? I go to the security guard, you go to the vault.
That's my girl.
If anything goes wrong, you get back to the car, take it, and get the fuck out of here.
- Agreed? - Shut up.
Nothing's gonna go wrong.
Let's go.
Hands in the air! Everybody get down! I want eggs! I want eggs! - I want eggs! - N-O! - Who wants some yummy cereal today? - Not me.
Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! - Eggs! - No, enough! - No eggs.
We have them on the weekends.
- Eggs! No! - I don't want cereal.
- Yes, you will have cereal.
Excuse me, mister.
- Come on, honey.
I'm trying to feed you.
- Oh, man, that shit cereal again? - But there's bugs in there.
- There are no bugs.
How 'bout you make us some eggs, babe? We have cereal on weekdays.
Seen the new budget we're on? Hey, come on, guys.
Eat this up.
Nice hat, little man! You want to put that on? No, Rick.
Not at the breakfast table.
We talked about that.
- Okay, who wants milk? - Not me.
Go get 'em scrambled.
No milk.
How am I supposed to have enough energy to make it through the day on corn and fruck-tose? What the fruck is fruck-tose? Hey, don't don't do that.
- What the fruck is fruck-tose, Mom? - Okay.
Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! - Eggs! - Hey, come on.
Stop it.
Stop! No.
Hey! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! Hey! Enough! No! Knock it off! No more! Enough.
I've had enough.
We're just playin'.
And they're hungry.
We're growing boys, right? - We need protein.
- Yeah, well, if you want to get a job, we can have eggs.
Hey, you don't talk about me being out of work in front of my sons.
Can you do that for me? You want 'em to think that their daddy's a loser? - Do you? - No.
I don't talk about your shortcomings in front of them, do I? Do I? You sure do.
You sure do.
What? Nothing.
You got something to say to me, say it.
You're doing great, sweetie.
You almost fixed it.
I tripped, all right? That a crime? You fell on your eye? Hey, you all right? Saw you take a fall in the parking lot.
I did trip, you know.
It was just a, uh different parking lot.
You know, I've been having the same problem lately.
Parking lots around here are dangerous.
Thank you.
They're just jealous.
You outshine 'em even with a shiner.
Now, that's original.
I always go for the bad guys.
You're not a bad guy, are you? Not a chance.
You hungry? You want a little burger with that ketchup right there? Hi.
Hey.
You okay? Yeah, I'm fine.
Why? Nothing, you just seem - I don't know.
- What? What? I seem what? Stop looking at me.
In a country of three hundred million, in a planet of more than six billion people, a concentration of wealth lies in the hands of a few billionaires who are happy to sit back and kill us for profit.
Kill us for profit! We dutifully put our bottles and cans in the right dumpsters and eat vegan to keep down on methane gas.
But as the colonists realized about the British Crown in 1773 in Boston, oppressors don't stop oppressing unless it starts to hurt their bottom line! Yeah.
Until it hurts their bottom line.
What do you think? I think it's great, man.
If we blow up this pipeline, people will see we mean business.
Do you have it? The truest path to change is self-sacrifice.
Fine.
Take care of yourself.
- I really wouldn't worry.
- I'm not.
It's just If the surveillance teams were paying attention, they would've stopped us a long time ago.
Still, it was a little reckless saying all of that out in the open.
Technically, the jurors watch everything.
The way I see it, if they didn't intervene after what we just did, they're totally out to lunch.
- Yeah.
- Plus, I mean, they're used to failure by now.
If you're sure the big boss has our backs if we do get caught.
Honey, we're in here to kill people who fuck up, and that's what we're doing.
We're doing a little work for the big guy on the side.
Those boys on the monitor are making, what, minimum wage? You think they're really gonna notice if we go off-script a bit? - Yeah.
- Our cover is rock-solid.
I don't love you.
Did you fuck this man? Did you hear me? I don't love you, Rick.
I don't love you.
So you did fuck him.
You know, that's the thing.
That's all you care about is if some guy is more than you, loves harder than you, or is better than you.
You want to know something? That's an easy one 'cause every man's better than you.
Okay.
Now, you listen to me, or I'll put you in the hospital, you hear me? You ain't my wife.
You're just a whore that I don't want to fuck anymore.
That means you're less than trash.
You hear me? But don't you worry, 'cause you gonna get your divorce.
Oh, yes, you will.
But I'm not the only thing you're gonna get rid of.
'Cause you ain't never ever, ever gonna see your sons again, you hear me? What's up with you? Where are the boys? What the fuck are you doing? No, no, no, no, no! What are you doing?! The fuck?! Hey! I got us some food.
Hey, are you okay? No.
What happened? My boys - Hey, it's okay.
- I can't - Oh, God! - Hey, it's okay.
Hey, I see you.
Whatever it is, it's okay.
- Oh, God! - It's okay.
It's okay.
It's okay.
No, it's not.
It's not okay.
- Hey.
- It's not It's not okay.
What's not okay? What's not okay? - Breathe.
- I'm fine.
No, no, no.
Hey.
You're scaring me.
Do you hear that? Do you hear that? Hear what? No, no.
No! Oh, my God! - No, no, no, no, no! - Hey! Hey, hey, hey! KC! KC, there's nothing out there.
Look at me.
Look at me.
Look at me.
I see you.
There is nothing there.
There's nothing out there.
Okay? Breathe.
Breathe.
Breathe.
It's okay.
I just remembered my life.
Mmm.
This place is fucking awesome.
We could have a really great life here if people stopped worrying about getting off and started living.
You think so? Do you not? Yeah, it's beautiful.
It's the perfect place for a wedding.
Gosh, weddings.
I forgot about weddings.
I guess it would be nice to have a wedding, rather than another funeral.
We could exchange vows with our feet in the sand, staring out at the ocean.
How romantic is that? Wait.
Will you marry me? Wait, you mean us? Hey, can we talk? - No, now's not a good time.
- Can I at least give you my flowers? No, like I said, I'm married.
They're almost as pretty as you.
Thanks.
You look so pretty in this light right now.
- Oh, God.
- Hey there.
What are you doing here? This is the women's restroom.
You really hurt my feelings.
Look, you're not even supposed to be in this building anymore, 'kay? I found these in the trash.
You told HR you were afraid of me? - Are you really scared of me? - No.
Look, I have never led you on.
- I've never even spoken to you.
- It really hurts my feelings - Oh, my gosh.
Are you serious right now? - when you pretend to be afraid of me.
Look, I I never even Why won't you just be happy with me, huh? Why are you making this so hard, huh? Get up.
- Will you marry me? - Donovan, I said get up.
Flare gun works.
I'm gonna get some firewood.
Why the fuck did you fire that flare gun? That's dumb.
We've only got one flare.
Sorry! Just feels like a little bit of an emergency with you here.
I'm no good.
Well, I can see how it happened.
How's that? You were trapped.
You freaked out.
And it seems to me you've been punished and hated enough.
You don't need me to do that, too.
You're so good.
How'd you end up here? Chris! Chris, are you here, man? Dude, we fucked up, man! We fucked up, man! I did a scan, I double scanned, I scanned! There were people at the pipelines.
They were just Fuck! There was, like, a whole crew of 'em.
Like eight of them just on some kind of, like, an engineering fucking tour.
And engi-fuckin'-eering tour, dude! Oh, no! We killed, like, eight fucking people, man.
Go! Go! - Oh, fuck! - Move! Fucking eight people! Fuckin' eight people! Oh, fuck! Yeah, we got 'em! Doesn't matter, does it? I don't know I'm good.
I know I've killed people.
But I do know if we keep sinking down into the dirt and hating ourselves, we're not going anywhere.
Least we have each other.
Great.
So what do we do? Those guys, they call this a game.
- Don't feel like a game to me.
- Doesn't feel like a game to me either.
We gotta win.
I hate winners.
Never been a winner.
Been so far behind 'em all my life, never even knew I wanted to win.
But we gotta survive, dude.
Come on, what do we do? Find Chase.
Hey, it's me! All right? - I've been looking for you.
- Why? I overheard Bonnie and Clyde on my way here, and I think I'm finally beginning to understand the rules of this place.
Come with me, I found something.
I think this is where I lived.
And this That must be your mother.
Does it look familiar? Yeah.
I mean, I think so.
It's coming back to me in bits and pieces.
Does anything look familiar to you? - To me? - Yeah.
Actually, yeah, but I don't know if that's just 'cause it's the real world.
Dirt roads, a ranch.
Looks like a desert.
This is Texas.
I feel like I know this is Texas.
I didn't even know that place existed until I saw this was This is Texas, you know? Yeah.
Same for me.
This is weird.
Maybe it's just because we're looking at these, and I haven't seen any pictures since I got here, but I feel like I can remember this.
Like, I remember that this road, it curves right beyond the edge of this picture And then there's a small barn on the left-hand side.
Yeah.
And a little pasture.
I also found this.
I remember this.
I remember the the morning, real early, looking out at the fields and and, uh, feeling happy, you know? Content.
Yeah, me too.
Hello, Taylor.
No.
- Congratulations, you found Two-Land.
- Wait.
Really? Is that a good thing? It's never good for one of you guys to see one of us.
It pretty much always means you're about to die.
Look, I can explain! I told you not to leave the island of your own accord, and you did.
I was desperate! Just Can I, like, talk to your manager? This isn't a Sephora, sweetheart.
You had this one chance to get on the right path, but you missed it.
But today I remembered my crime.
I didn't want to kill anybody.
That other guy just came out of nowhere, - and it was actually my boyfriend who - It's always someone else's fault, huh? No! No! Whatever! I'm glad I found Il-Land, or Two-Land, or whatever the fuck it is because whoever lives here is obviously nicer than you.
You know, this island you landed on, Two-Land? There's only one resident of this island.
What? He's a cannibal.
What do you mean, a cannibal? But, hey, if you wanna take your chances with him, be my guest, or be his guest.
But, if you do stay, there is one thing you should know.
There aren't any chickens on this island.
No, no, no, no.
No, no, no.