Tore (2023) s01e02 Episode Script

Har dom klocka är dom straighta

- Did you get a hold of him?
- Yeah, he replied.
He'll be a bit late.
Are you serious with me now?
Apparently, there was something
about the bus that Yeah.
Ah, fuck. Isn't that Louise?
Look, I I must go and say hi to her.
Fuck. What the fuck, Tore?
- Where have you been?
- On the bus, okay?
Thank you.
We have gathered here today
to say goodbye to Bosse Holmberg,
a beloved colleague, friend, and father.
Now it's time for Bosse's good friend Linn
to say a few words.
Hey, sit down. Stop.
You're not allowed to talk.
Feels like I'm about to sing.
I won't do that.
Most of you don't know me.
But my name is Linn,
and I'm Tore's best friend.
Bosse has been
like an extra dad to me
the last 11 years or more.
He drove me to the delivery room.
He invited me for taco pie
for I don't know how many Fridays.
It's his fault I gained weight.
Thank you.
Or thank you.
But to see how Bosse was with Tore
Tore was everything to Bosse.
And since Tore's mum died,
it's just been the two of them.
But they have managed so damn well,
I have to say.
They are
They were, I mean.
Yeah, this speech sucks maybe,
but rest in peace anyway.
I have a knife!
Tore? I saw you!
Hey, where the fuck have you been?
Can you open up? It's freezing out here.
Do you know how long
I've been sitting here? Hello?
Are you kidding? I I can fucking see you
through the window!
Hey, I'm warning you! What the fuck,
for real? What have you taken?
Okay. Fuck you, then! I hope you choke
on your kebab too, fucking idiot.
The boys' sexual urges
are distracting them
from making an emotional connection.
Yes, sorry. I'm Heidi Lidgren.
And my husband Bertil Lidgren's funeral
is at Hope chapel today at 1:00 p.m.
I came in to check up
on the sunflowers. Er
Yes, well,
I've been onto our supplier for you,
but he hasn't got back to me.
- But the funeral is this afternoon.
- Yes.
Uh, can you ring them for me?
Uh, I'm afraid not.
I could head to the flower shop,
no problem.
- Yes, thanks.
- I'll get it fixed.
Oh, that's great!
Uh, so 30 stems, sunflowers. Go big.
- Yeah. Of course.
- In front of the casket.
- Front of the casket.
- No, but maybe you need to write it down?
Yeah, no, it's fine.
I think I'll I'll remember that it's 30.
Uh, that's not mine,
so you don't need to to touch it.
I'll remember. Thirty sunflowers.
30 of them,
in front of the casket.
In front of the casket. Super.
There, I'll check.
- Is that you?
- Yeah.
How sweet.
And thanks for your help.
The sunflowers
You wanted lilies as well?
Yes, exactly.
It's lovely if you like them.
Yeah, absolutely. We can work that out.
Yeah, of course. Just lilies. Yeah.
Okay, well, for that, uh
- Little Tore! Hey!
- Hey, Gunvor!
Hey! How lovely that you're dropping by.
Can you just check for me,
the order came through
for the sunflowers and stuff?
- The ones for 1:00 p.m.?
- Yeah.
- Yep. I drove out this morning.
- Okay, then. Yeah, just checking.
Also wanted to say hi.
How cool with a guy working here!
It's a bit unusual in a flower shop.
Erik doesn't seem
to have any issues
with, uh, women's professions.
He's a nurse originally.
I lost my father in 1976.
He was a local politician.
Social democrat.
And I threw myself straight into
their youth party after he was gone.
Yeah, and everyone has their idea of
And yes, that that was mine.
- What I'm trying to say is that
- Per.
Mind if I prepare,
and you can do the talking?
Oh, of course. That's fine.
- He has a good body too, so that
- Oh!
You know what?
I think you should rest a while.
I'm not tired. I don't need to sit.
- You look tired.
- I'm fine.
Hey, hey.
What are you doing?
- What are you doing?
- I'm working.
Alfred has started to think
you're the one who's dead.
He asks every day.
You usually see him all the time.
You haven't seen him for weeks.
- Stop! Say hi to Alfred for me.
- No, I'm not doing that. You can do that.
Sorry, is it too late?
- No, it's fine. It's fine.
- Okay.
Because I remembered that
I was gonna buy a flower for a friend.
All right.
- Or it's more for her kid, I suppose.
- Okay.
What are you thinking?
Uh, but that's what I don't know.
I haven't decided which one.
Uh, what would you choose?
What would I choose? Oh.
- That's a big question to ask.
- Exactly.
What am I thinking? Uh
Uh, what is it, a special occasion or
Uh, nah, not for anything Nothing fancy.
Hmm. Okay. Uh
I'm thinking, like, tulips.
- Mm. That's classic.
- Yeah, exactly.
And then you could have
some eucalyptus maybe.
Like this might work as well.
Uh, you can go in this direction too.
Fill it out with that colour.
Uh, three
I'm sorry.
- Fuck! I'm so dizzy. Sorry.
- Are you okay?
- Whoa! Just take it easy. Take it easy.
- My head is really spinning. I think
- Whoa!
- Oh, shit! Shit!
- Fuck, sorry.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine. God, how weird.
- You need to breathe.
- It just goes black.
- Just breathe. Take a deep breath.
Even deeper.
Yes. But
Well, you'll be okay. You'll be fine.
I'm just gonna take your pulse.
I used to be a nurse.
Ah, okay. That's good.
Hmm. Your pulse is a bit high.
Do you often have dizzy spells?
Uh, nah. Not, um
- What's going on here?
- I think he might have low blood sugar.
Oh, Tore! Really!
Yeah, but I'm fine.
I just had to sit for a bit.
- I'll get some cushions.
- Please don't, Gunvor. I feel much better.
- But it was nice to have some rest.
- Erik, can you get my pear?
- I don't need a pear. I don't like fruit.
- I'll get it. Wait here.
- Finally!
- Damn! Hey!
- All right?
- Yeah.
So, uh, sorry I've been so bad
at keeping in touch and that.
- I've been working so much.
- I know what happened, actually.
Yeah, but you, uh Skip it.
Now he's here. You can go and play.
Yeah, but I can't stay.
I was just coming to say I'm alive and so
- This is for you.
- Okay.
I went by Gunvor.
That's why I'm a bit late.
Come on, I'll show you.
I've got loads of cash.
Okay, just for a little while.
They should be next to each other
so you see the difference.
- I'll easily win.
- You need another one.
- No!
- Stop! It's the rules.
Look! I've got a fan, loads of them.
Come on, take one away.
- Add it on to you.
- Okay.
- One.
- I'll add an itty-bitty one.
You're changing the rules. That's weird.
- Okay. Are you ready?
- Yes.
- One.
- Two, three.
I mean, really!
You're the worst! You're the worst!
Ow! You're the worst! Hey!
Alfred, I'm going to the toilet.
You practise. Be right back.
God! I, uh Alfred, say goodnight.
- You're not the boss of me.
- Oh, really? I am until you're 18.
Uh, night, Alfred.
- Mm.
- Sleep well.
Also get better.
Tore, uh, can you wait in the living room
just while I get him to bed?
- In case Lukas wakes up.
- But I can't.
- Only 15 minutes.
- I've got to go.
You have to sleep now, darling.
Mummy loves you.
We're just in the living room.
But I want to be with you.
You can't.
Do you remember what Mummy said?
That Tore might be so sad
that his head is broken?
- Yes.
- Exactly.
So Mummy has to take care of Tore
now Bosse is gone,
'cause he doesn't have anyone else.
Mmm, why?
Because he's always been very scared.
And that's made him lonely.
Uh, for example,
he's never met a guy
because he's too scared to.
So, now Mummy has to look after Tore.
- Thanks.
- Receipt?
- Hey!
- Hey!
- What can I get you?
- A beer, please.
- Cheers.
- Just give me a sec, mate.
No worries, no stress.
- It's there.
- Thanks.
- Thanks.
- Receipt?
It's fine.
- Cheers, buddy.
- Cheers.
Having a good night?
- Yeah, okay. You?
- Uh, not bad, thanks.
- Cool.
- Not bad.
Do you, uh
You haven't got any
Paracetamol or anything?
Nah, I haven't. Not on me.
- But didn't you say
- Darling? Are you coming?
Sorry. Do you have
a paracetamol for this guy?
No, I can't give them out,
I'm afraid. Are you feeling sick?
Right. Have some water.
If they have watches, they're straight,
and you can discard them.
At last, someone who can dress here.
Serving suit realness.
Um, thanks.
Are we acquainted?
Uh, I don't think Hey. Tore.
Shady Meat.
Excuse me. Sh Is that for real?
What do you mean? Of course it is.
Or did you mean yours? Hmm?
- Here.
- Thanks, Calle.
- Absolutely.
- Oh!
Cheers, Tore! To men without watches.
Uh, cool.
What the fuck?
Are you following me, or
- You don't have a photo.
- No. Neither do you.
Well, someone's dressed up.
Or are you out to party?
I'm joking. Joking.
Hey, what went on with you last time?
You ran away.
Did you get angry, or
Nah. So what?
No? You fucking knocked me down.
You just boof!
Oh, I was just drunk.
That's what happened.
- Do you know how much that hurt?
- Sorry.
I was at home, in bed three days.
- You normally do that when you're drunk?
- Nah, I'm just
Should I punch you now?
Is that what you want?
I'm joking. I'm joking.
- I should tell you my name, right?
- Yeah.
- Viggo.
- Vigg Okay. Hey!
- Hey.
- Nice to meet
Tore. Do you wanna share a paracetamol?
- Uh-huh.
- What kind of headache have you?
Uh, well, I have a migraine. Yeah.
But what what do you suggest?
You can decide.
I can decide?
Sadly, I don't have paracetamol,
but I've got some fucking great acid.
We can get
off our fucking tits together.
- Yep.
- You want some?
Come on then.
Fuck! I have to go home.
I just remembered.
I My dog can't be left.
- You have a dog?
- Yeah!
No way! Damn, that's so nice!
I love animals.
Let's go back to yours then.
We'll do it there.
Let's go, Tore!
Let's fly!
Whoo! Let's go!
No, but
Hey! Hello, you.
- Oh, you're so lovely!
- Should we do it, then?
Yeah, just fix a little tea. Come on.
Yeah, but I feel like
I'm not in a tea mood.
- I think we should just do it.
- Yeah, just fix some tea.
Oh! Hey! Coochie coo!
- No more, huh?
- No.
Then you'll never come back.
Are you nervous?
Are you going for it, or
I love you, love you,
love you, love you
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