Workin' Moms (2017) s02e02 Episode Script

The Sign

1 FRANKIE: Previously on "Workin' Moms": Frankie, I know you've been sleeping with patients.
If you take the job, you're gonna have to cut it out.
Mm hmm.
You had a secret vasectomy.
You know how fucked up that is? You even wanna be here? Do you wanna be with us? - I don't know.
- Okay, Zoe and I are not gonna be a part of your experiment no more.
Wait! Those will be his last words.
DAD: Shit, I just stepped in shit.
[VOICE] End of message.
[KATE LAUGHS] [BABIES COO] Okay, guys, I'm gonna tell this story once, and then we're gonna move on.
Deal? Kate, we are here for you.
Is it true it was a bus? Val! Was he on a bus? Heard it was a bike.
I heard it was a school bus, and he was driving.
Kate, was your father a bus driver? A good, honest profession? Okay, okay.
My Dad was breaking in some new sneakers.
And uh, stumbled into the bike lane.
Where he was hit by a bike.
Which launched him into a bus.
The good news is that he died before the bus hit him due to asphyxiation.
He choked on a cough drop.
[VAL COUGHS] So, Kate, we'd like to present you with this grieving plant.
This is this is very nice.
Thank you.
Now you can have a say in the cycle of life.
Of that plant.
- We handled this very well.
- [DOOR OPENS] - Is this toddler time? - I know that baby! Zoe! So glad you made it.
Ladies, Ian asked if he could join, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to hear about the struggles of being a father, a single father if I'm not mistaken.
Uh, yeah, so, Jenny and I separated.
- It's better this way.
- Mm.
No joke, I love not having a partner.
You don't have to deal with anyone else's shit.
In my house, I'm king and queen.
- It's like uh, 2-in-1 shampoo.
- So not great at either? Uh, so, how does this work? Do you have like a drop-off program for when we go to work? There is a daycare in the building, but I do not run it.
So uh, so we're paying to sit here while our kids play.
As if we were at the park? Well, Ian, playing at the park won't guarantee your child a spot at the best school in the city.
Of course.
[BABY CRIES] There you go, buddy.
I hear the rain on the rooftop ANNE: Kate Foster.
Oh, hey.
Why didn't you call me after it all went down? Oh uh, I'm sorry.
No, it's just, it's a lot to process.
I just feel like I could help.
Thank you.
I get it.
- Anne? - Hmm? I don't need your help right now.
Right, absolute-Okay.
[RUMBLES OFF] You tear me down And we do it all over again And again Cannonball [POT SMASHES] I tell you no then you start to give in You tear me down and we do it all over again - Oh, hey.
Where you been? - Oh.
Sorry, I just got off the phone with the office.
Looks like I do have to go into work.
- Oh, no, no, no, no.
- What would your father say? Probably to stop eating coffee cake get back to work.
She's always dealt with grief oddly.
When my mother died, she skipped school and spent the day alphabetizing my cosmetics.
Like a psychopath.
Go! Go! I hope you find comfort with your coworkers.
- It's okay, Eleanor.
- [ELEANOR SOBS] Well, we all mourn differently.
Really, it's a great script.
It's silly, it's touching.
You know who would love this script? - Who? - Plan B.
- Isn't that -Yeah, Brad Pitt's production company.
This is right up his alley.
I don't know if you did this on purpose, but it's like that lead character was written for Jeremy Piven.
- The guy from Entourage? - Yeah, he's my cousin.
Yeah, cool.
All right, so let's get this script into fighting shape.
I will hand it over to the studio and we will be off to the races.
Oh shit, shit, I'm getting another parking ticket.
Uh, so Shannon, I'm gonna make all of the changes that you suggested.
I was just um I was wondering how does it work like, money wise, 'cause I'm still working construction.
Oh, oh I mean, so sorry handsome, yes, next time we will talk about money, I promise.
- Amazing, thank you.
- Super excited about this project! - I will cut you - You forgot your Son of a bitch! She's in a rush, you know.
I'll get it to her next time.
[CLEARS THROAT] What do you guys think about this, this poster? Hey guys, what's up? - Hey! - Look who it is! - Oh, missed ya, bud.
- I missed you, too.
Look at you.
- Kate, back in full force! - Oh.
- Good to see you, guys.
I'm sorry, Lucy, I didn't mean to interrupt.
It's fine.
We're just uh, preparing for this afternoon.
- You don't have to stay.
- Oh, uh, I thought I was in on this pitch? Uh well, we weren't sure because of what happened with your dad.
Be right back.
Kate! I just wanted to say how sorry I am about your dad.
- Oh, yeah.
- Bus.
My god.
Well it wasn't, actually Uh, it's too much, too much.
[RICHARD SIGHS] I don't want to be inappropriate.
- No, not at all, not at all.
- Listen.
If you ever wanted a different kind of father, I could be that for you.
I would.
You don't have to call me Dad, you can call me Richard, still, - or Mom, or - [CHUCKLES] Thank you, Richard, but maybe too soon.
You take some time for yourself.
Okay? As long as this world Keeps on spinnin' around I'll keep hangin' on To this love that I've found I won't let go 'Cause I know I have something that is true And I will never Ever quit loving you - There will be days - [DOO DOO DOO DOO] - When you get down - [DOO DOO DOO DOO] And you've got to find GISELLE: Frankie, as happy as I am with your progress here, you're out of money and I can't afford this on my salary.
I know you need the help.
It's just that I've been making changes since we separated and I would love to talk to you.
- I got a job.
- What? Mm hmm.
They offered me a big job.
To be like, in charge of the people.
- In charge of the people.
- Yeah.
So you don't need to worry about me or feel sorry for me, because I'm gonna be, I'm gonna be makin' the green.
- Oh, hey, Chrissy.
What's up? Sorry to interrupt.
Could you come to my room when you're done here? - Could really use your help.
- Course, babe.
[FOOTSTEPS THUD] We're building a boat in a bottle.
Thin fingers.
I'm seeing double stomach is in trouble 'Cause I'm nauseous at the thought of you - Ever leaving my side - [LOCK CLICKS] Oh, I didn't, sorry I lost track of time, I didn't You want a drink? What? You've been staring at me all afternoon.
- I have? - Yeah.
- Pull up a stool.
- Thank you.
So how long you been a writer? Do I look like a writer? Okay, this is none of my business, but just be careful with that chick.
She comes in here all the time.
Really? Hmm.
She's made some you know, pretty big films.
Yeah, and she's also strung a lot of assholes along.
You callin' me an asshole? Did she tell you that Jeremy Piven might be in it? Yeah.
And that Brad Pitt's - Company would just love - Love this.
That's - Right, okay.
I get it.
- Yeah.
Thank you.
Are you a writer, too? [CLEARS THROAT] Are you a writer, too? - Sort of.
With my mouth.
- Okay.
[LAUGHS] I'm an improviser.
- Improv.
- Mhmm.
That's so cool.
I've always wanted to try an improv class but I'm scared shitless.
- [LAUGHS] Oh, yeah? - Yeah.
Well, I'm a teacher.
You should drop by a class.
- You're an improv teacher? - I am.
- Why you workin' here? - Well, to pay my rent.
Okay, that's fair.
All right.
Do you wanna maybe grab a bite? Have a drink that's not in an espresso cup? Um I - Hey no, don't worry about it.
- No, no, no, no, no.
I I'd love, I'd really love to that.
I just can't tonight.
Well, that's too bad.
Nice to meet you, Sonia.
- Gurdeep.
Nice to meet you.
- You too.
It's - Please.
So, I tried to google you, but nothing came up except for an old Myspace page.
What's up with that? Uh, yeah, well uh, a couple months ago, I was actually the victim of an identity cr-, theft.
Identity theft.
And so I had to switch my credit cards, my Twitter, the whole thing.
It was a nightmare.
- So zero online presence.
- Mhmm.
- I love that.
- Oh yeah.
It's kinda like you don't even exist.
[LAUGHS] Uh look, I've got a lifetime of experience, with a range of clients that could be a real asset to Baseline.
Sure, but more experience you have, more bad habits I have to undo.
Yes, but I am very fast on my feet, quick learner, - and I'm open to new training.
- Mhmm.
- Is that your son? - What? No! No way, no.
No, no, he's my nephew.
I don't have any kids.
- Right.
- Do you? No.
Not one.
Not one son.
Just me, and a couple plants.
And uh, an exotic fish collection.
- Modern day bachelorette.
- Hmm? - Oh I'm sorry, are you married? - No! No.
I don't believe in marriage.
Well I do.
Um, well I'm engaged, because that's sexy.
We're just like, when we're older.
- Okay, let's try this.
- Really? - Yup.
- Fantastic.
I should warn you I'm only available 20 hours a week.
As long as you get your shit done, - your hours are your own.
- Cool.
Oh, and I appreciate what you're doing, but just be you here.
Just be me.
Got it.
Yes, thank you.
You missed a button.
Did I? [OBJECTS CLATTER, GRUNTING] - When do you want me to finish? - It doesn't matter! Oh yeah? Ah.
Nice one.
[GRUNTING, MOANING] Why didn't I have a vasectomy 20 years ago? Woo! LIONEL: Paging Dr.
Are you ready for your next patient? Please report to Room 69.
[EXHALES] - Hmm.
- [ANNE SIGHS] The only downside to having a vasectomy is that, now when I orgasm it feels kinda empty, you know? Hmm.
It's like when you come, pointless.
The fuck? Hey, when are we gonna have sex in your new office? - As soon as I get the keys.
- Huh.
Just think, I get to spread my empty seed around there, too.
Hey, you okay? I'm just having a lot of feelings today.
You ever get that way? Yeah.
Maybe you just need a hug.
That's a good start.
I was hoping you could help me with some stuff that's been resurfacing for me, about my sisters? - They were twins.
- Okay.
MARLEY: She can't help you! It's only 2 storeys, Marley, worst case scenario, you'll break a leg.
Hey, Marley, I can help you, okay, but you gotta come down.
You can't help me.
[CRIES] No one can.
[FLY BUZZES] - FRANKIE: Marley, no! - [SCREAMS] [MARLEY HITS GROUND] Oh shit! C-call an ambulance.
- How did you - Oh shit! - Are you okay? - I think I shattered my legs! [MARLEY THUDS] Frankie, help! [IAN SIGHS] [READYING EXHALE] No.
[DOOR OPENS, KEYS JINGLE] - Who the hell are you? - I'm Isaac.
- What are you doing here? - Watching "Gone Girl".
Wait, should Zoe be watching this? She's actually really into it.
JENNY: Thanks for waiting, Isaac.
Ian, you can't just barge in here.
Jenny, are you sleeping with this child? - What? Isaac? - No, he's the babysitter.
Who's babysitting him? So did you wanna pay me, or? Yeah, wait, what are you doing here? I'm picking up our daughter.
It's my weekend with her.
I thought it was every 2 weeks.
No, oh my god, Jenny, I wrote this down for you.
[SIGHS] Well, I already made plans.
My Dad got a cottage, and he wants to take Zoe fishing.
So, is it cool if we take her for the weekend? [IAN SIGHS] Yeah okay, fine, but I want a phone number, I want an address, and I want a guarantee that guarantee that there's gonna be a responsible adult if she's anywhere near water, Jenny.
Yeah, I'll text you the information.
Okay, thank you.
Can I put her down? No.
I got it.
I love you.
[KISSES] I love you so much.
So much.
Okay, can you just go, Ian? - I'm going.
- [JENNY SIGHS] Hi, baby.
All right, let's get you out of here.
- How do you do this? - ZOE: Uh uh.
I know, uh-uh.
- [PHONE RINGS] - SONIA: Hello? Hey, uh, hi, Sonia.
Um, it's Ian from the coffee shop.
- The writer? - Yes, exactly.
Hey um, listen, my schedule cleared up and I was just wondering, I mean I can, if you can, I'd love to get together.
[BAG THUDS] Leaving us, then? Yeah.
This place is a little too Spring break-y? Someone said that on Trip Advisor.
Look, thanks for seeing something in me, but - it's time I focus on my family.
- I understand.
The women here will miss you, Frankie.
[KNOCK ON DOOR] - Frank.
- What are you doing here? I wish you had called first.
Sorry, G, I just realized that you were totally right WOMAN: Pizza here? I'll get my wallet.
Oh, I'm sorry.
I mean, hi.
Yeah uh, this is Reba.
And we were just Hi there, Frankie.
I've heard so much about you.
I've actually been makin' some cool connections, too.
- Sexually.
- Oh, that's great.
- Mhmm.
- I should really - No, no, no - give you two some time.
No, no, you're good, you're good.
I'm gonna go.
I'm gonna go, seriously.
It's fine, yeah.
Are you okay, Frankie? Yeah.
I guess I didn't see it happening like this, but what matters is, it's happening.
Do you maybe want to go for a coffee this week? - We can talk more.
- I would love that.
It's a date.
- It's a break-up date.
- [BOTH LAUGH] How do we get over How do we get over this time KATE: Kombucha is fermented with a living colony - of bacteria and yeast.
- Blech.
- Explains the semen taste.
- NATHAN: What's that? Just because we're not glamping, doesn't mean we're old, right? - What's glamping? - Glamorous camping, Nathan.
- I knew that.
- So I got news.
Okay? Should I be worried? I went to a job interview, and I got it.
Why wouldn't you tell me that? This feels like déjà vu.
I know.
It's not Montreal, I swear.
It's just It's just for a couple hours a day, and it's a really good opportunity.
It pays well.
I've wanted to tell you, really, just we haven't been alone.
I don't understand, are you quitting Gaze? No.
I was hoping to work at both.
Okay, wow.
I just don't get why you have to go after so much being - especially right now.
Is this 'cause your Dad? 'Cause he's proud of you, you know that.
He's dead.
But I'm not.
And I want this.
[NATHAN SIGHS] Plus it's kinda cool.
Everyone who works there is like 20 years old, and they're all Guessing it's not the married-with-kids type crowd.
No, but that's why I'm doing my research.
I just uh, I'm here if you need me.
I know.
Thank you.
Don't go changing who you are on me.
- I won't.
I promise.
- Okay.
[KISS] I don't want to Go back home with you tonight I think I might not be Sure what I'm doing