Yellowjackets (2021) s01e01 Episode Script


- [girl panting.]
- [snow crunching.]
[whispering voices.]
[whispering voices.]
[whispering voices.]
- [panting.]
- [calling in distance.]
[loud calling, screeching.]
- [cawing.]
- [panting.]
[screeching, howling.]
- [cawing.]
- [crying, panting.]
- [screams.]
- [cracking.]
[wind blowing.]
slow, eerie music [woman.]
I'll never forget the day I heard their plane had gone missing.
I mean, that could have been me.
Would you say you were close with any of the girls on the team? I would definitely not say that, no.
Hell yeah.
I knew some of 'em pretty good back in the day.
Not one of those girls gave a good goddamn about trigonometry, I can tell you that much.
Soft, melancholy music So what do you think really happened out there? All I know is that what happened was a tragedy.
A terrible tragedy.
I probably shouldn't say this, but some of these kids, eh, no big loss, if we're honest.
But those girls were special.
They were [inhales.]
They were champions.
- Pulsing, dramatic music -[cheering.]
[indistinct shouting.]
Allie! Allie, Allie! Come on.
- [cheering.]
- Come on.
Nice! [grunting.]
Ty! Over here! Ty! Inside! [indistinct shouting.]
Forward! Forward! Come on! Ty! - Ty! - Jackie! - [gasps.]
- [cheering.]
[whistle blowing.]
Good shot! Buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, - buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz! - We're going to nationals! [cheering, squealing.]
"Today" by the Smashing Pumpkins [Jackie panting.]
[Jeff and Jackie chuckle.]
[panting, kissing.]
Today is the greatest Day I've ever known You look so hot right now.
[chuckles, panting.]
- Uh [hisses.]
- [grunts.]
- Uh, uh, careful.
- [grunts.]
It's cool, babe.
- I want you to.
- [chuckles softly.]
W-We're gonna be late.
It's fine.
- [grunts.]
- [exhales.]
God, you're amazing.
I fucking love you, Jackie.
Today is the greatest [panting.]
Today is the greatest - Day -[breathing heavily.]
- Today is the greatest -[chuckles softly.]
My turn.
[inhales, exhales.]
Superman, you're an angel With wings of fire A flying, giant friction blast You walk in clouds of glitter And the sun reflects your eyes And every time The wind blows, I can - Smell you in the sky -[door closes.]
Your kisses are as wicked As an M-16 And you fuck like a volcano And you're every - Informer -[giggles.]
- Were you listening to that? - No.
No, it fell into the tape deck and I accidentally pressed play.
Say daddy me Snow me stab someone down the lane - A licky boom boom down -[exhales sharply.]
Informer I saw Jeff.
What happened to no distractions before nationals? "Ripping off the Band-Aid" - and all that? - [chuckles.]
I decided that showing up to college a virgin is a mistake.
No offense.
We've been together for so long that, if we're each other's first, then we'll be linked forever.
It's more poetic that way.
That reminds me I decided on a color palette for our room at Rutgers next year.
Pink and green.
It's like classic preppy meets Palm Beach.
It's very Lilly P.
Licky boom boom down Wait, Jeff's a virgin? Well, we've been together since freshman year.
Yeah, I know.
It's just you guys have broken up, like, 10,000 times.
Never long enough to count.
Are they think dem have more power De pon di phone The hell is this bullshit? - What? - These assholes were under .
500 all season.
Shauna, honk at that thing.
- [honking.]
- No, they're just gonna think we're, like, saluting mediocre baseball.
No, they'll know.
- Try undefeated, bitches! - [chuckles.]
Oh, my God, Jackie.
We're going to motherfucking nationals! [whooping.]
[soft buzzing.]
[panting softly.]
[gasps, exhales.]
[moans, shudders.]
- [panting.]
- [buzzing stops.]
[cawing in distance.]
[dog barks in distance.]
Aphids? Rabbits.
[chuckles softly.]
Poor little guys.
Just trying to survive, I guess.
I'm sorry, do we know each other? Jessica Roberts, Star-Ledger.
I left you a few voice mails.
Fuck off, Jessica.
Shauna, wait.
Wait, - wait, wait, wait.
- I don't talk to reporters.
But I'm guessing you already know that.
I know that you've been letting other people tell your story.
People who barely knew you.
And they are making a lot of money doing it.
Five minutes.
That's all I ask.
If you don't like what I have to say, I will leave you alone.
- [freezer door opens.]
- [clinking.]
I know what you want to hear.
But the truth is, the plane crashed, a bunch of my friends died and the rest of us starved and scavenged and prayed for 19 months, till they finally found us.
And that's the end of the story.
I think we both know there's a bit more to it than that.
I can't imagine what you guys went through out there.
Nobody can.
And that is worth something.
It's worth a lot, actually.
I can guarantee you a seven-figure book advance right here, right now.
We could write it together but it's your name on the cover.
Mm, not interested.
What if I told you the others were? Then I would say that you're lying.
So you are still in touch.
I haven't spoken to any of them in years.
I would not know how to get ahold of them even if I wanted to.
I moved on, and I genuinely hope that they were able to do the same.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm Shauna, this is the kind of money that could change your life.
You were an elite athlete.
Straight A's.
Early admission to Brown.
Is this really how you thought your life was gonna turn out? Low, ominous music Sorry.
I didn't mean to, uh I don't give a shit what you meant, you smug little bitch.
You don't know a fucking thing about my life.
Well if you change your mind Women vocalizing hauntingly Natalie, time for group.
[snow crunching.]
[rope creaking.]
Remember, anger can be good.
Tell that to my parole officer.
I mean, all I'm saying is this bitch cut me in line.
What am I supposed to do, just stand there? And then what happens? Everybody in Jamba Juice just starts getting on line wherever the hell they want.
It's gonna be chaos.
Pure chaos.
How the hell am I supposed to pay for my shit? These are important feelings you're having, Wendy.
- Thank you for sharing them.
- Yeah.
You're welcome.
But, also, I need an answer.
Because apparently slapping this numb cunt - was, uh, incorrect.
- Mm.
And also misdemeanor assault.
It's true, violence is never the answer.
But that doesn't mean the anger you're feeling isn't useful.
You just have to find a way to Keep the tiger in the cage.
Natalie? Seeing as how this is your last day with us, any final inspirations you'd like to pass on to the group? [inhales, exhales.]
Find a purpose.
I used to think all the drugs and the drinking and the sex, I used to think I did those things because of [inhales.]
what happened out there.
What I saw.
What I did.
Oh, my God.
What did you do? You literally never told us.
Zip it, Ariana.
[chuckles softly.]
But the real reason is much simpler.
After they rescued us, I [gulps.]
I lost my purpose.
And thanks to my time here I finally know how to get it back.
Oh, man, Natalie.
What is that? And here I thought jocks were supposed to be able to party.
- Eat me.
- [groans.]
Oh, Jesus.
Dude, this is terrible.
Okay, you know what, you can both go suck a dick.
- And just maybe we will.
- [pager beeping.]
- Oh, shit, it's my cousin.
- [car approaching.]
- Did he get us the stuff? - Yeah.
- Tonight.
- [techno music playing on radio.]
Hey! Burnout! - Show us your tits! [laughs.]
- [laughs.]
Oh, come on! Don't be shy! I mean, shit, if you really want to see 'em.
Oh [groans.]
The fuck, Natalie? He's gonna kick our ass, not yours! Only if they catch us.
Come on! - [tires screech.]
- [school bell rings.]
Hey, yeah I want to shoop, baby Here I go, here I go, here I go again Girls, what's my weakness? Men Okay then, chillin', chillin', minding my business Yo, Salt, I looked around and I couldn't believe this I swear, I stared, my niece my witness The brother had it goin' on with somethin' kind of uh Wicked, wicked, had to kick it I'm not shy so I asked for the digits A ho? No, that don't make me See what I want slip slide to it swifty [girls laughing.]
You all right? It's just a pep rally.
Honestly, I think the whole point is just to give freshmen something to jerk off to later.
Jackie, Coach wants to see you in his office.
I'm not nervous.
I'm the only freshman who got asked, you know.
I know.
It's so unfair.
My dress was gonna be amazing.
Well, hey, at least you can wear it next year.
You don't get it, Van, 'cause nobody asked you.
Okay, you're done.
Jesus Christ.
- [chuckles.]
- [snorts.]
Does someone want to tell Kelly Kapowski to maybe worry less about prom and more about not fucking up nationals? Oh, come on.
If she plays like she did at states Yeah, don't worry.
That's not gonna happen.
I'm gonna talk to you like an adult.
Is that okay with you? Do you have any idea why I made you team captain this year? Now, obviously, it's not because you're our best player.
Shauna's faster.
Lottie's got better footwork by a mile.
And Taissa, now Is this a pep talk? Jackie, you possess something no one else on this team has: influence.
When things get tough out there, those girls are gonna need someone to guide them.
Can you handle that? All right, let's hear it for the boys! Let's give the boys a hand! [scattered applause.]
Thanks, guys.
You did your best.
Now, our next act needs no introduction.
So let's all just make some noise for your New Jersey State - Girls' Soccer Champions! - [whooping.]
- [cheering.]
- It's such a good vibration It's such a sweet sensation The vibrations, good like Sunkist Many want to know who done this Marky Mark and I'm here to move you Rhymes will groove you and I'm here to prove to you That we can party on the positive side And pump positive vibes, so come along for the ride Making you feel the rhythm is my occupation So feel the vibration It's such a good vibration - Come on, come on, come on - It's such a Sweet sensation Feel it, feel it [game show music playing on TV.]
Parts of this 1667 epic were dictated to family members by its author.
What are you? I am - Paradise Lost.
- [ding.]
I am The Great Gatsby.
- [buzz.]
- [host.]
Ooh, I'm sorry.
The answer we're looking for is Paradise Lost.
- [applause.]
- Aw, Linda.
You dumb bitch.
And with that, we'll be right back.
I'm Taissa Turner.
And as state senator, I want to lead New Jersey out of the wilderness and back to the economic prosperity we all deserve.
I'm Taissa Turner, and I approve - this message.
- Shit.
Paid for by Taissa Turner for State Senator.
Just breathe.
We want natural.
We want - Kennedys.
- [quietly.]
I'm about to drive this boy off a bridge, so I must be doing something right.
Can we just have a minute? - Sure.
- [exhales.]
- [clicks tongue.]
- [Biscuit whines.]
Told you I was terrible - at this.
- [chuckles.]
You're doing great.
- Really.
- I want to play in my room.
Um, just a little while longer, hotshot.
We're almost done.
- Hey.
- [exhales.]
This is a profile in Jersey Monthly, not Italian Vogue.
You just need to loosen up.
What can I do to help, hmm? - Want a shot of tequila? - [exhales, chuckles.]
Want a want a quickie - in the bathroom? - [chuckles.]
- [shushing.]
- [laughing.]
That is what I'm talking about, ladies.
I just have to say, you are a real inspiration.
After everything that you went through.
I mean, it gives me chills.
Not that I believe any of those nasty stories, but now look at you.
You're the queer Kamala.
Thank you.
But I really just want to focus on our collective future, not my past.
Ooh, a sound bite.
I love it.
Are you okay? I'm fine.
It seems like you don't even care.
- Are you kidding me? - [school bell rings.]
You're being insensitive.
This is what we've worked for all season.
You really want to take that chance? Yeah.
'Cause I'm not a fucking asshole.
What are you guys talking about? [inhales.]
What about her? Did you black out at states? She totally choked.
- She's a freshman, Ty.
- She's a liability.
So what do you want to do about it? She can't screw up if she doesn't get the ball.
You want to freeze her out? At least we'd know what we're working with.
She kind of sucks, but I don't know.
That's because it's bullshit.
Oh, yeah? What's your plan, then? I don't know.
Play like a fucking team and win? It's worked so far.
Everything works until it doesn't.
And for the record, you smell like a wino.
Get your shit together.
You know what? Fuck this.
Doesn't feel right.
Jackie's not gonna like it.
Then we probably shouldn't tell her.
Women vocalize percussively pulsing, dramatic music [whistle blows.]
All right.
Bring it in.
Take a knee, ladies.
What's up, state champs? [whooping.]
Okay, so JV is gonna help us out with a little scrimmage today.
Uh, Coach Martinez had to take care of a family thing, so, JV, you're gonna grab a pinny from Misty and let's get started.
[Laura Lee.]
Uh, excuse me, Coach Scott.
Shouldn't we say a prayer first? [chuckles.]
Uh, it's just a scrimmage, Laura Lee.
[clears throat.]
But, uh, sure.
- Yeah.
Knock yourself out.
- [Laura Lee.]
[inhales, exhales.]
Heavenly Father, let our efforts remain fruitful, so that we may perform in ways glorious to You.
In Your name we pray.
- Amen.
- [others.]
Amen! [Ben.]
All right.
Let's go.
Tense, dramatic music Nat! Women vocalizing dramatically [blowing whistle.]
Come on, Allie.
That should've been yours.
I want to switch sides.
- I'll take Allie.
- Okay.
All right! Let's go, Varsity! Taissa wants to see you step it up.
And, quite frankly, that makes two of us.
Let's see some hustle! [blows whistle.]
[grunts, panting.]
- What - This is the game.
- Step it up.
- [whistle blows.]
- It's not helping, Ty.
- If we can't freeze her out, she's gonna have to learn to play under pressure.
Women vocalizing menacingly - [grunting.]
- Allie! Finally.
Shauna! - [grunts.]
- [crying.]
[yelps, gasping.]
Did you see her leg? - Holy shit.
- Oh, my God.
Holy fuck.
Help! [gasping.]
Apply pressure to stop the bl - [screams.]
- Jesus, Misty! - Get the fuck out of the way! - [wailing.]
We need an ambulance! There's a phone in Bill's office! You mean Coach Martinez? Christ! Yes! Go! Now! - [Allie gasping.]
- [overlapping chatter.]
Okay, keep her calm.
Don't move her.
Stop moving, okay? [overlapping chatter.]
You're okay.
Look at me.
Just breathe, okay? Hand? Here, squeeze my hand.
- You're fine, you're fine.
- [Allie breathing deeply.]
[water running.]
[water stops running.]
[locker door closes.]
I know we're all really worried about Allie.
But it might not be as bad as it looks.
You could see her fucking bones, Jackie.
I'm pretty sure it's exactly as bad as it looks.
Oh, God.
I'm gonna throw up.
Okay, but, I mean [exhales.]
we're still a team.
And we still have each other.
And the Lord works in mysterious ways.
[loud slam.]
Nice work, Taissa.
- [chopping.]
- [door opens.]
- Callie, is that you? - [door closes.]
It's a marauding pack of thieves.
We've come to burgle your 12-year-old desktop - and all your ceramic bunnies.
- [chuckles softly.]
[sent message chime.]
How was school? - Fine.
- "Fine.
" Is Mrs.
Mendez gonna let you retake the trig test? Yeah.
- Probably.
- [sent message chime.]
Is there any way you could put the phone down for, I don't know, 90 seconds and try to have something resembling a meaningful conversation? [sighs.]
Thank you.
So, I'm making meatloaf.
This already does not seem like a meaningful conversation.
I just figured we've been on such a chicken kick lately and why not mix it up? Okay, seriously, if this feels meaningful to you, I really think you need to take a good, hard look at your life.
I can't stay for dinner anyway.
We're going out.
Oh, really? Well, I thought that you and I could hang out tonight.
Like, watch a movie Mom, it's Friday night.
Is Dad working late again? Um, yeah.
He's, you know, having problems with the inventory database, so - I'm sorry.
- [door opens, closes.]
You ready to go? - What's up, Mrs.
S? - Hi, Kyle.
Oh, we're doing this.
You're looking fine tonight.
Um Okay.
So, home by 11:00, please.
That's bullshit.
- Love you! - [groans.]
- Love you.
- [Kyle chuckles softly.]
[door opens.]
It's just a party.
I don't know.
It feels weird to just go like nothing happened.
It's not like skipping the party's gonna un-fuck Allie's leg.
Plus, it's tradition.
Oh, my God.
You remember when you tried to become Catholic? I liked the saints.
- They were all so tragic.
- Hmm.
You know, Randy's gonna be at the party tonight.
Um Okay.
Definitely not.
He asked Jeff to ask me if you were gonna be there.
Randy? - Really? - What? I just thought you'd want to know somebody asked about you.
Started the song, yeah Now, wouldn't that be something? Shauna, just wear the red dress I gave you.
The boob dress.
Maybe I don't want to wear the red dress.
And I sure as hell don't want to hook up with Randy fucking Walsh.
Jesus, what crawled up your ass? Wear whatever you want.
I will.
You're probably right about Randy anyway.
I once saw him get outsmarted by an escalator.
I once heard him ask who invented the Pope.
Let me find out what you're thinking, watch it now Everybody say you're wack but you think you're hot Player hatin' on the floor 'cause you're on the spot Let me find out, let me find out Let me find out that you ain't got no class Always tricking on the honeys when you want some ass Forever riding in my car, never paying for gas Let me find out, let me find out Let me see, the only thing you got is your crew And from what I hear, you're out of here They don't even like you [cheering, whooping.]
- 'Cause you waited - Time's up You're running out of luck And you need it Set us up It's there succeeding - [song continues playing.]
- [indistinct chatter.]
That was hilarious.
It was so good.
You remember that, Shauna? Do you? Oh.
Give me some.
- No.
- Mm-hmm.
What am I doing here again? [chuckles.]
You guys, my cousin hooked us up.
You got it? Got six words for you, my friend.
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.
That is, like, the least efficient way to say that.
Dude, don't you go to the Olympics or whatever tomorrow? Yeah.
I do.
I am the girl you know Can't look you in the eye I am the girl you know So sick I cannot try [driver.]
Where to? You pick up a lot of people here? - A few, sure.
- [chuckles softly.]
How many go straight to a bar? You want to go to a bar? LAX.
I'm catching a red-eye.
[indistinct chatter.]
I'm Miss World [girls laughing.]
Somebody kill me Kill me pills No one cares My friends My friends Randy! Randy! Randy! Randy! Randy! [groans.]
[belches loudly, grunts.]
I dedicate that to you, sexy lady.
- [hisses, chuckles.]
- [laughing.]
Oh, God.
[burping, grunts.]
Is listening, my friends I've made my bed I'll lie in it I admire your resilience, Ty.
I've made my bed Can't be easy, knowing you fucking crippled someone today.
Good talk.
Just admit you did it on purpose.
- Excuse me? - You heard me.
You're wasted.
- And you're a fucking sociopath.
- [Van.]
Whoa! - Calm down.
- No! Listen, you guys, we don't have to worry about the Allie problem anymore - because Taissa fixed it for us.
- [Laura Lee.]
What? What's she talking about? She's talking about Taissa's little plan.
Oh, please.
Since when do you give a shit anyway? Don't you have a bong to hit or a dick - to suck? - Don't talk to her that way.
Oh, fuck off, Shauna.
I don't need you to defend me.
Last time I checked, you were fine with the whole - "freeze her out" strategy.
- Okay, seriously, - what are you talking about? - Shut the fuck up, - Laura Lee! - No, no, no, stop it.
Somebody needs to take her wasted ass home.
Say that again, bitch.
Say that again.
- I-I will say it again! - [overlapping shouting.]
Cat fight! - [shouting continues.]
- Cat fight! That's it! Enough! My bed, I'll die in it I've made my bed, I'll lie Yellowjackets, with me! Now! [boys chuckling.]
[indistinct chatter.]
[owl hoots.]
I don't know what the fuck that was, but I do know that it's over.
We're about to go to nationals.
And based on what I'm looking at right now, we might as well not even bother getting on that plane.
All right.
Everybody line up.
No, I'm fucking serious.
Line up! Come on! Here's what we're gonna do.
I want each of you to go down this line and say one nice, true thing about every other girl on this team.
What is this, fucking Girl Scout camp? [snorts, chuckles.]
Who wants to go first? I'll go, Jackie.
Taissa, you are beautiful in the eyes of our Lord.
Van, - you are beautiful - Oh, my God! [Jackie.]
Okay, Laura Lee, fall back.
I'll go first.
Taissa Turner, you have more fight in you than anyone I've ever known.
I'm inspired by your determination.
[chuckles softly.]
Vanessa Palmer.
Your smile makes me feel happy every time I see it.
Laura Lee, I truly admire your faith.
[chuckles softly.]
Nat, I love that you don't care what anybody thinks.
And you're so completely yourself.
- She's also deadly at beer pong.
- [chuckling.]
So, go on.
Tell her.
- Come on, guys.
- [sighs.]
Laura Lee, you have very shiny hair.
Thank you, Van.
Lottie, you never talk shit unless someone really deserves it.
Also, I like your Pilgrim hat.
[chuckles softly.]
I'm sorry, for what I said before, about you I didn't, you know, mean to hurt her.
Are-are we cool? I don't know.
You haven't said anything nice about me yet.
Shauna Shipman.
You are a terrible dancer and you have seriously questionable taste in music [chuckles.]
and you can't hold your liquor - for shit.
- [chuckles.]
But you're the only one who's always been there for me.
You're the best friend I've ever had.
You know that, right? Yeah.
- I know.
- Okay.
Let's get you home.
I lost my heart - Under the bridge -[dialogue inaudible.]
To that little girl So much to me And now I moan And now I holler She'll never know Just what I found Little fish, big fish Swimming in the water Misty? Gimme my daughter Little fish, big fish Swimming in the water Come back here, man Gimme my daughter Little fish, big fish Swimming in the water Come back here, man Gimme my daughter Little fish, big fish Swimming in the water Come back here soft, gentle music Turn on Port Monmouth.
It's faster.
Shauna's house is on the way.
Come on.
I'm past curfew.
I have a curfew, too, you know.
Yeah, but [scoffs.]
you know what my parents are like.
Love you.
Jeff, pull over.
Are you gonna puke? Pl Don't puke in my car, Shauna.
Just pull over.
[shuts off engine.]
[owl hooting.]
quiet, tense music Whoa, hey.
Hey, I-I thought we weren't doing this again.
We're not.
If you come inside me, I will raise the baby out of spite and train it to become a killing machine that eventually hunts you down.
Got it? [pants.]
[panting, moaning.]
Tell me you love me.
I won't hold you to it, okay? [panting.]
Just say it.
I love you, Shauna.
Say it again.
- [panting.]
- I love you, Shauna.
[insects trilling.]
pulsing, tense music [water stops running.]
We need to talk.
"Never Tear Us Apart" by Paloma Faith Don't ask me What you know is true Don't have to tell you I love your precious heart I I was standing You were there Two worlds collided And they could never tear us apart We could live For a thousand years But if I hurt you I'd make wine from your tears Mom.
I told you Mom.
That we could fly Mom! -'Cause we all have wings -[groaning.]
Come on.
But some of us don't know why [squeaking.]
I was standing You were there Just let me find my keys.
I already got a ride.
Love you.
Remember, the most important thing is to have fun.
Love you.
Tear us apart I Don't ask me I was standing What you know is true You were there Worlds collided Two worlds collided We're shining through And they could never tear us apart You Don't ask me You were standing What you know is true - I was there - Worlds collided Two worlds collided We're shining through And they could never Ever Ever tear us apart Here, I'll give you guys a hand.
I can't believe your dad paid for a private plane.
It's pretty much his only form of parenting.
I guess I'll take it.
Well, thank you, - Mr.
Matthews! [giggles.]
- Mr.
Matthews! [soft chatter.]
Whoa, whoa, hey, JV.
Didn't they tell you? New blood's got to earn a seat.
- Oh, I-I thought that I could - No, I'm 100% messing with you.
- [chuckles.]
- You want some Fruit by the Foot? I've got, like, - a mile of it.
- [chuckles.]
Hey, hey, hey.
Not so fast, girls.
[indistinct chatter.]
- Javi.
- Yeah.
For your ears.
Nuh-uh, buttmunch.
Get out of here.
All right, hustle up.
It's gonna be a long flight.
- This is your captain.
- [exhales.]
Our flight plan to Seattle has us going - a little bit farther north - Hey.
- Than expected.
- You okay? - Yeah.
- We're gonna try to avoid a storm system that's coming in.
- Should get some great views - [exhales.]
of the Canadian Rockies.
Remember when you came to Hilton Head with us in second grade and you cried the whole flight? [chuckles.]
Sit back, enjoy the flight.
Swiped these from my mom's medicine cabinet.
She's got, like, a never-ending supply, so I doubt she'll even notice.
I know.
I'm basically the best.
And here.
It's a good luck charm.
Now nothing can touch you.
[chuckles softly.]
soft, melancholy music [girls laughing.]
[plane taking off.]
[distorted whooping.]
[distorted chatter.]
[girls chattering, chuckling.]
[footsteps approaching.]
Sorry I'm late.
A reporter approached me today.
She said she was with the local paper, but I googled her and she wasn't credited in any bylines anywhere.
These people come out of the woodwork every few years, on some anniversary or another.
You know that.
There's no reason to think this is any different.
I can think of a few.
We agreed.
Say no more than we have to, stay out of the public eye.
I saw you on fucking television, Ty.
If someone's digging, we are all fucked.
Take care of it.
Thank you.
Have you talked to Nat? She's in rehab.
And there's still - no sign of the others? - No.
Not for months.
Then we're fine.
So long as nobody does anything crazy we have nothing to worry about.
gentle, somber music [exhales.]
Nice ride.
I'm Dave.
The manager.
Hi, Dave.
I'm sorry.
It's just Haven't seen anyone around this unit since I've been here.
Vultures have been circling it for years, but I keep telling 'em, - "Long as the bill's paid.
" - [chuckles softly.]
You local? Was.
Been a while since I've been home.
Then welcome back.
[chuckles softly.]
I wasn't sure how I'd feel, but I think it'll be good to reconnect with some old friends.
Slow, suspenseful music [sizzling.]
Women vocalizing hauntingly dramatic, percussive music [exhales.]
Happy Friday, Mrs.
[pills rattling.]
Time for your meds.
[chuckles softly.]
We been a good girl today? Mm.
Still on a hunger strike, I see.
You know, you're never gonna get your strength back up if you don't eat.
Did we have another accident? [sighs.]
I have told you, you just have to press the button and someone will come.
I just changed those sheets.
[chuckles softly.]
You know, I think the morphine might be upsetting your tummy.
Let's skip this dose.
Don't fuck with me.
[whimpers softly.]
[insects trilling.]
Happy Friday, ladies! Hey, Misty.
Soft, haunting music [alarm chirps.]
[door opens.]
[girls screaming.]
[distorted screaming, shouting.]
The Lord is my shepherd.
And even though - I walk through the valley - [engine whining loudly.]
soft, gentle music [engine whining loudly.]
pulsing, dramatic music
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