04x02 - Angela

He seem a little off to you?

Since Lena's left, he doesn't leave the house, hardly eats, never sleeps.

He's got that look... like he doesn't care what happens to him.

Like he could hurt somebody.

You trying to get us all killed?

- Hey! Come on, man. Let's go, let's go.

Kind of thought I'd never see you again.

Why would you think that?

Because we smoked crack together, and then you disappeared on me.

I've got another job if you're interested.

I missed you. You missed me?

You got to go. He's gonna be coming back soon.

- It's this thing I'm working.
- You gonna cut me in?

- Don't I always?
- This is a simple arrangement.

You give us good information that we can act on, and you don't spend years in a federal prison.

You got a new sponsor at the DEA.

Morgan's dead. She drowned.

You're smart, J.

Are you that smart?

Everybody on the ground!

- Let's go!
- Where'd the gun come from?


Now we're looking at murder charges.

She makes us stick out.

She's pounds soaking wet, and her hair's going down to her ass. Get rid of her!

Everybody on the ground.

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♪ She stares deeply ♪

♪ Locked inside me ♪

♪ Burnin' brightly ♪

♪ One they know that I cannot take ♪

♪ Waitin' for it all to begin ♪

♪ Every night, now, they'll win ♪

♪ Come and meet my black hole ♪

♪ Got a big black hole ♪

♪ Got a big black hole ♪

♪ I've got a big black hole ♪

♪ I've got a big black, big black hole ♪

♪ Got a big black hole inside of me ♪

♪ Got a ♪

It's a good haul tonight, boys.

Yeah, you brought us a good one, Smurf.

- Hell, yeah, Smurf.


That's it. There's grand each to carry.

As for the rest of it, your buildings on Whaley are getting new electrical and plumbing.

- Cool.
- Orlando needs real work, but we can double-bill for that.

You're gonna start that remodel on Carlsbad after the water damage.

I think we should do Canyon first.

Canyon's older, needs it more.

No, I think that Carlsbad is a better use of our money.

There's a Whole Foods going in around the corner.

We can invoice for high-end finishings and just use Home Depot stuff.

Whatever you say, baby.

I'll run the rest of it through your leases and get it back to you as rent.

- Are we done?
- Yep, we're done.

SMURF: Shots?

Nice work.

J: Well done, boys.


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We need to talk, man.

What happened with the cops?

Oh, come on, man. I told you already.

I wiped out.

That's bullshit.

You had your gun out.

You know, if anyone else finds out...

Tell 'em.

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You trying to die, man?

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'Cause I'm not.

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J: And this...

... is your cut.

Thank you.

Nice work, Smurf.

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JAKE: I liked it long.

You could've asked me.

I'm gonna take a piss.




COLIN: What the hell were you doing?!

LOU: Leave me alone! Just drop it, man!

You had one job! To look for weapons!

I didn't see a gun! No one else saw the gun, either!

Do I look like a sucker?

Because you're talking to me like I'm one!

You think I don't see everything?!

Huh? Bullshit!

What'd you expect me to do?
Strip everybody in there?!

- Do your job!
- I did my job, asshole!

- Get off me!




Lou needs an ass-kicking.

Colin needs to give it to him.



Enough. That's enough!




You gonna surf today?

Yeah. I gotta train.
I'm leaving on Sunday.

How about I come with you?

Mnh. I'm running mock heats and timing everything.

It's probably not that much fun.

That doesn't matter. I could still come...

Hey, not today, okay?

I need to focus.



- Well, uh, Randy's having a party tonight

- on the beach.
- Yeah?

Probably a big bonfire and everything.

His cousin's coming in from Samoa.

Do you want to go?


Uh, those are mine.

I know.

Well, they're my favorite pair.

Mine too. Very comfortable.



Why don't you buy your own pair?

No, thanks.

Come on. You're entitled to something.

Uh, I didn't do anything.

Yeah, you did.

- You were my alibi.
- I don't want it.

Why not?

This is only gonna work if we're equals.

What are you talking about?
We are equals.

- You're just broke.
- I have money.

Got a new sponsorship.

Really? Who?


It's, um... It's some new company.

They sell, um, like, leashes and traction pads, that kind of sh1t.

Hmm. See?

Told you things would turn around for you.


But I still want my shorts back.

Well then, um, you should take 'em.


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When'd you start locking your doors?

When this crazy chick kept showing up and going through all my sh1t.

Need a place to crash?


Oh, so you're here just for me, then?

You still have that suit I gave you?

[WHISPERS] What do you think?


Meet me at this address.

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- Joshua Cody?
- Yeah?

I'm Detective Andre. Oceanside PD.

I'm looking into the death of Morgan Wilson.

I thought she drowned.

It's looking like a possible homicide.


You have time to answer a few questions?

Yeah. Yeah, sure.

I noticed from Miss Wilson's calendar that the two of you met quite often.

Why was that?

I, uh... I had power of attorney while my grandmother was in jail, and we met to talk about maintaining her properties while she was gone.

The last time anyone saw Miss Wilson alive was near the harbor.

She had a routine, swam most mornings.

Were you aware of that?

I wasn't, no.

A couple of cameras recorded you at the harbor the day she died.

Did you happen to see Miss Wilson that morning?

- No.
- Really?

What were you doing down there?

I was fishing.

Off the pier or did you go out in a boat?

Off the pier.

Did you catch anything?


Look. I've got stuff to do, so...

Sure. I'll be in touch.

Have a good day.

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Hey, I thought you weren't coming by till later.

How did you pay for that boat that you rented me a couple months ago?

- Cash.
- Did anybody see you?

Other than the rental guy, I don't think so.

What... What's that supposed to mean?

The harbor was crowded. I'm not a ninja.



Who are you?

This is Tupi.

My foster brother.

Would you excuse us?

This your office?

My bad, bro.





I'll catch you later, hermanita.


- What the hell was that?
- What?

How many people know about us, Mia?


Tupi just came by. He doesn't even know who you are.

What, so you just invited him into my office?!

My bad. He just wanted to watch TV.

I don't want him or any of your friends hanging around here anymore. Got it?

Sí. Como quieras.


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What's up with that?

ROXY: Passed out last night, and I couldn't move him.


That must've been a big night to knock Tim on his ass.

ROXY: Said he was celebrating.

Bought two rounds for the bar.

Wait. Celebrating?


He kept saying he "sold four of the big ones."


He's such an asshole.

- What?
- Yeah, every day,

Tim sets up a little seashell stand by the pier.

And he's got this big-ass seashell with a sign in front of it that says "Not For Sale."

And every day, some idiot tourists walk by, and they ask him how much he wants for it.

Sometimes they give him like bucks, all for some shitty shell he found at low tide.

- Yeah, it's classic.
- Is he paid up yet?

- Yeah.
- Good.

Yo. We gotta do something about Pope, man.

What now?

He didn't wipe out yesterday.

He charged the cops, man.

Just pulled out his gun and headed straight for 'em.

Yo, I had to drag him the hell out of there, man.

And trust me.

He didn't want to go.

We got to do something, or somebody's gonna end up dead.

Just knew he shouldn't have moved in with Smurf.

Just made him worse.

Well, then, we just got to get him away from her.

Like, during the day, at... at least.

- To do what?
- I don't know.

Like... a job?

A job. A "job" job?

- Yeah.
- Do you remember what happened the last time Pope had a normal job?

Smurf's tire shop that she owned?

He didn't even last two weeks before he beat the sh1t out of that guy 'cause he didn't like the Firestones he sold him.


Also, nobody's gonna hire that guy, because, first of all, he's a felon, and he's scary as sh1t.


You could give him a job.

- Here? The bar?
- Mmm.

Yeah, I'll hire Pope here, and then some drunk idiot's gonna send back his chicken wings, and Pope's gonna beat the sh1t out of him with a barstool.

- Great idea.
- Oh, come on, man.

You... There's got to be something around here he can do.

Just... Just... Just keep him away from all the people.

Yeah. It's a bar.

There's lots of people. That's the whole point.

Well, then, just put him in the back or, uh, the kitchen or... or whatever.

Tell you what. You help me move Tim to the alley,

I'll think about it.

Come on.


We got to ditch the car.

Hurry up.




- Hey.

Hey, baby, where's your stash?

What stash?

Craig, I need an Oxy.
Where's your stash?

For what?

I'm having lady troubles.

CRAIG: Smurf!

Yo, I might, um... might have some in my, uh... my tacklebox in the garage, all right?

- Thank you.
- Yeah.

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You're looking good, baby.

That guy's not gonna know what hit him.

You betting on me?

You know I can't pass up a sure thing.

I'm not fighting tonight.

You're using me.

- I'm using you?
- Yeah.

Baby, everything I do, I do for you.

Everything you do, you do for me?

- Mm.
- That's bullshit.

Everything you do is for you.

What the hell do I have, huh?

What the hell have you given me?


I have nothin'.

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COLIN: Where you from?


Around? What are you doing here?

You asked me to come with you.

You know what I mean.

I'm with Jake.

Jake's not why you rob banks.

So what? You're slumming it, right?

Acting like a badass, picking up stories to mail home, turn Mommy and Daddy's hair gray?




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♪ Trying to make a fool of me, baby ♪

♪ Can I have one night with you? ♪

♪ Let's get together, baby ♪

♪ Let's make it right ♪

♪ Don't you wanna be a demon, honey? ♪

♪ Won't you do it for me? ♪

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- J.
- Yeah?

An Oceanside detective stopped by a little while ago.

He wanted to talk to you.

Yeah, I already talked to him.

What did he want?

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He wanted to talk about Morgan.

About Morgan?


He thinks she may have been killed.

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Morgan drowned, J.

That's what I thought.

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What kind of questions did this detective ask you?


The last time I saw her, that sort of thing.


Now, why do you think he'd be asking you those kinds of questions?

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Because someone saw me at the harbor the day that she went missing.

Mmm. Who?

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There was camera footage.

That's not really a big deal, is it?

You're at the harbor all the time.

Unless, of course, you were both there at the same time.

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Mm-hmm. I see.

And that was just a coincidence, right?


Is this something I'm gonna need to fix?

You can do that?


After I finish my laundry.

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- Getting ready for Japan?
- Yep.

Supposed to be beautiful.

- Uh-huh.
- Cherry blossoms and sh1t.

I'm pushing for you to make it into the second round this time.


So, how's this gonna go down?

Day before you leave, stop by the warehouse in San Clemente and pick up a stack of these.

- Okay.
- We'll have a box of 'em ready for you.

There's four sheets of acid stuck between the pad and the cardboard backing.

Sealed tight. Impossible to detect.

- You sure?
- We do it all the time.

Japanese eat that sh1t like candy.

All right.

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What are you doing here?

Figured I'd come join you.

I'm already done.

Yeah, I can see that.

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Was that Jack?


Is he still dealing?

How would I know?

What's going on with you?


I've been in the water for a few hours.

- Mmm.
- Yeah, I'm sorry.

I just... I never really got my feet in the wax, you know?

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I'm gonna head out for a little bit.


Have fun! It's getting good.

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So, I'm your foster brother now?

You can't be around here.

Why don't we just take this safe and go?

Because that's nothing.

There's more, lots more, but you need to work with me.

The kid's not stupid.

Neither am I.

And what is that supposed to mean?

I saw that place he put you in.

The money he gives you for not doing sh1t.

Maybe you like being some white boy's whore.

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Now you sound stupid.

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You just have to be patient.

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- So?
- They're giving me a box of these.

- What is it?
- It's a traction pad.

You know, so your foot sticks better to the board.

He said there'd be four sheets of LSD in each one.

How many to a box?

, ?

Supposed to pick them up at a warehouse in San Clemente.

Who was the other guy?

In the Scout?

Oh, uh, it's my roommate.

What's his name?



Deran what?


Come on, man.

He's gonna kick me out if he finds out about this.


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Who is this?

Hi. It's Angela. Julia's friend?

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It's a delivery. I'll get it.

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Hello, Angela.

Hey. Hey, Smurf. It's good to see you.

What do you want?

Oh, I was just...

I was just wondering if Julia was around.

I went by her old place, but they said she moved a long time ago,

- and I thought...
- Julia's dead.



You know how.


What about Pope? Is he around?

Pope is not here.

Well, could I get his cell?

I would love to see how he's doing.

You know what you'd love?

It's what you came for, isn't it?

Take it.

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RAHUL: ... Of course, they're acting like savages.

I know... I know.

That's fun, right?

Yes. I... Mara.

Mar... Listen.

Mara, just take a Xanie.

It's gonna be fine. Okay? Absolutely.

Just buy it.

Hello, beautiful.

Engagement ring.

Uh, this is new.

Just happened.

With him?

Be nice.

Is this why you skipped Ibiza?

You said you wanted to meet my partner. Here he is.

So you're the thief.


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Bet you'd like to steal this one, wouldn't ya?

It was made for a Saudi prince.

I offered the prick $ million for it. He turned me down.

Can you believe that?

But one of his Ukrainian mistresses did.


The strong, silent type gets old after a while.

I give it six months.

Are we doing the job or not?

I have a bunch of SEAL Team Six guys that would do it for less.

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Fine. We have a deal.

Just one more question, mate.

She as good as I think she is?


Don't tell me.

I'll find out soon enough.

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That guy's a billionaire?

He created a mobile-payment system that half of India uses.

Dude's an asshole.

An asshole who pays people to steal things.

- What's he want?
- Sculpture.

- K if we get it for him.
- Jesus.

$ , ?

It's a big job. You want to do it?

We need more bodies.

I could talk to the guys.

Up to you.

If the asshole's a billionaire, why doesn't he just buy it?

He got outbid at auction.

He's been obsessing over it ever since.


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Hey, baby.


I fixed your detective problem.

Coroner ruled the death an accident.

Homicide dropped it off the boards.

Just like that?

Just like that.

Thank you.

But I think you should consider this a warning for the future...to keep me in the loop.

Because let's just say, for instance...that you did kill Morgan.

Maybe you didn't want me to find out what happened to those missing properties that I assumed she stole...

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... and the police find that out before I do.

Then what, J?

What do you think happens to you then?

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You stick with me. I'm proud of you.

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Yeah, J...

We need a new lawyer.

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- Yeah?
- Oh, hey, hey.

Is that Pope?


Hi. It's... It's me.

It's... It's Angela.

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Only you could get me back in a suit, Smurf.

And I really appreciate it, Neal.

How's retirement treating you?

Retirement is cat sh1t.

So, what'd you do?

You told my grandson you had camera footage?

Who's gonna say I don't?

You ask him anything else?

"Did you two have any problems?"

"What were you doing the morning she went missing?"

You don't actually think he did it?

He's only . 'Course, he didn't do it.

Kid needs a swift kick in the ass. That's what he needs.


I'm sure glad you're not my grandma.



It's good to see ya, Smurf.

- Good to see you, Neal.
- Take care of yourself.



I thought she was doing better.

Why would you think that?

She kicked it before.


She was always trying.

She tried. She did, okay?

For J, if nothing else.

So, what have you been up to?

Did three years in California Institution for Women.


- When'd you get out?

Couple days ago.

I'm crashing with my ex-stepfather.

I kind of want to stab him.

It's hard.

The first week is hard.

[SCOFFS] Yeah.

I feel like everything's moving a million miles a minute.

Everybody's pissing me off.


That's why I was hoping to see Julia.

She could always calm me down, you know?


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You look even more like her now.

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You're not drinking your beer.

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Yeah. Well... [LAUGHS]

Only good thing about prison.

I got sober.

Good for you.

What happened to J?

We took him in.


You think that's what Julia would've wanted?


You're his family, right?

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When'd she get back?

CRAIG: Yesterday.

That Billy sh1t wasn't her fault, man.

I didn't say it was.

Did a job with her.

- You what?
- It was solid.

She got this guy to pack everything up in his house, put it on a moving truck, and gave us the keys.

MAN: Come on, man!

Made grand. That's how I bought that Triumph.

No guns, no bullshit.

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She got a new job.

Might need all of us.

♪ Hitch your wagon to a star ♪

Smurf's not gonna like that.

Well, then, you don't tell her.

J: What's the job?

I'm gonna take off.

What? No. Really?

Yeah. I actually have to get up early tomorrow morning.

Later, fellas.

- Yeah.
- See you back at the house.

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CRAIG: Yo, check out Tim.

- I'll do it.
- Do it!


Yo, he's gonna do it.


MAN: Go, Tim! Yeah!

Yeah, bro. He's definitely doing it.

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- Go, Tim!
- Go, Tim!


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ANGELA: Is it good? Oh, yeah.

Is that good for you?

- You didn't know that?
- No.


You remember Angela. Julia's friend.

'Course, I do, baby.

She just got out of prison, and I said she could crash with us.

Figured she could just stay on the couch.

That's very generous of you.

Thanks, Smurf.

Hey. Why don't I order us a pizza, huh?

Oh. [LAUGHS] That'd be great.


Mmm. Know what?

I'll pay.

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♪ Yeah, heard the diesel drummin' ♪

Where you been?

Got rid of the car.

You hungry?

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No, thank you.

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Where'd you do it?

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Out at that quarry.

♪ We'll be watching out for trouble, yeah ♪

I'm gonna go take a shower.

♪ And keep the motor runnin', yeah ♪

♪ All down the line ♪

♪ You can't say yes, and you can't say no ♪

♪ Just be right there when the whistle blows ♪

♪ She's a sanctified girl with a sanctified mind ♪

♪ To help me now ♪

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♪ Yeah ♪

♪ All the people singin' ♪

♪ All down the line ♪

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♪ Mmm ♪

♪ Watch the men all working, working, yeah ♪

♪ All down the line ♪

♪ All down the line ♪

♪ And we'll open up the throttle, yeah ♪

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♪ Bust another bottle, yeah, all right ♪

♪ Need a shot of salvation, baby ♪

♪ Once in a while ♪

♪ Hear the whistle blowin' ♪

♪ Hear it for a thousand miles, ohh ♪

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