Animal Kingdom (US) - 04x03 - Man vs. Rock
We've got to do something about Pope.
He charged a cop... just pulled out his gun and headed straight for him.
We've got to do something, or somebody's gonna end up dead.
I'll be in town for a bit.
There is a lot of money on the table.
- What does he want?
- A sculpture...
K if we get it for him.
She got a new job. Might need all of us.
Smurf's not gonna like that.
Let's just say that you did kill Morgan.
You stick with me.
We need a new lawyer.
POPE: You remember Angela.
I said she could crash with us.
That's very generous of you.
COLIN: We've got to ditch the car.
♪ 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 ♪
[MUSIC PLAYS IN THE DISTANCE]
Damn, I can barely remember that.
MANNY: Hey, guys. Try a brownie.
Just like old times.
Janine, have a brownie.
Don't worry about me.
Have you had Manny's secret recipe before?
- It's not that secret.
- All right.
In two hours, you'll be staring at the wall, drooling.
Cops bust in here, I ain't carrying all your asses out.
LOU: Would you relax?
If the cops knew where we were, they'd have been here by now.
Enjoy the party.
[MUSIC PLAYS, MUFFLED]
This won't take long, Ms. Cody.
Turn the music back on.
FRANKIE: The walls and doors are mostly glass.
Two security guards... rent-a-cops to clear homeless people off the steps.
Cameras are basic, easy to get around.
This is it.
CRAIG: Looks like a stack of poker chips.
$ million stack of poker chips.
A lot of foot traffic, as well.
Not at night.
DERAN: Steel bollards out front so you can't bust a truck in here.
How'd they get it in?
Eh, if you have a passcode.
And the security guards are a joke, but they can call the cops, who could be here in less than two minutes.
- How much does this weigh?
So, basically, you want to break in here at night, get around the passcodes, subdue the guards before they call the police, get a truck in here, somehow, and get this -ton thing onto it, and get out... oh, and don't drop it, because it's a art piece.
How would Smurf do it?
Uh, Smurf wouldn't do it.
I'm gonna check the cameras.
CRAIG: The payout's sick, man.
Yeah, I'm sure it is, but, I mean...
We've got to figure out how to do this sh1t first.
How about J?
J's on board if we say it's good.
The hell is that kid right now?
Doing something for Smurf.
You're young. You've invested well...real estate, small businesses.
Yes. My grandmother died, and she left me some money.
Well, you're in the right place, then.
I'm definitely interested in various shelters, you know, for... for businesses.
Well, no one likes the IRS.
We specialize in offshore holdings, trusts.
You just have to do the paperwork correctly.
And is your firm discreet?
What if I was looking for a little extra discretion?
I'm not sure what you mean.
RECEPTIONIST: Thank you for calling Reinhorn and Associates.
How may I help you?
Yes, of course.
How did you hear about our firm?
I know that you did work for Ronnie Ortega.
I would be seeking a similar type of representation.
Ronnie Ortega is no longer a client.
He almost got me disbarred.
I do trusts and LLCs.
Piece of advice, kid...
Pay your taxes.
Thanks for your time.
ANGELA: Smells good.
Can I have some?
What time is it?
I have a hard time falling asleep when I'm the only one in the room.
Only good thing about prison.
You still have those vases.
Those were there when I was a kid.
There was a fourth one, right?
I don't know.
Julia threw the last one at Smurf.
I was here.
Smurf didn't even flinch.
Those shards were on the floor all weekend, till Julia finally cleaned them up.
Why do you still live here?
To save on rent.
Isn't it hard being around Smurf?
Oh, no. I have to control my fats... anything I can do to help my liver.
After I got clean, my blood tested positive for hep-C.
But it was acute, not chronic, so it's all good.
Where's J? I thought he lived here.
Oh, J, he comes and goes.
Last time I saw him, right before Julia died... it was getting bad.
You know, I told Julia that J needed to be somewhere stable, somewhere clean.
She hit me so hard I couldn't hear right for weeks.
That was the last time I saw her.
Well, thanks for breakfast.
Um, I've got to go.
My PO's on my ass. Says I have to get a job, like, yesterday.
Look at us... together again.
Here, let me help you.
SMURF: I'm fine.
What are you seeing?
The doctor will review it, and call you to go over the results.
You do this times a day.
Why don't you just tell me what you're looking at, there?
The doctor will call you.
♪ Kalico Kahlia, come tell me ♪
♪ The news Calamity's waiting for a way to get to her ♪
I've got to take a piss.
- Okay. Thank you.
I didn't know I meant that much to you.
You're moping around like someone kicked your dog.
You've got a high opinion of yourself.
If you don't give a sh1t, then stop staring at me like that.
We had a good thing going... not me and you, the crew.
And I messed that up, and I'm just sorry about it.
Messed it up how, by bringing me in?
You're an asshole. You know that, right?
Oh, you're tough, now, huh?
You can hang with the guys.
You can handle this, handle him.
How about I worry about me and you worry about you?
You think he's some kind of war hero, or something.
I was there, too.
There were no heroes.
There were regular guys trying not to die, and there were guys who got off on it... guys who did that dark sh1t you have nightmares about.
Someone stole your girl, Jake.
- Deal with it.
- Yeah, it's fine with me.
You're his now.
I don't belong to anybody.
No, you didn't.
But you do now.
Don't say I didn't warn you.
[INDISTINCT TALKING, MUSIC]
So, this guard's got me like this, dawg.
And he's like, "Where's the contraband?
Where's the contraband?"
And I'm like, "I ain't got no contraband."
Nah, I think you had contraband.
I'm saying, "No, no, no."
And all of a sudden, bam!
This explosion from behind my toilet.
Please don't tell me it was the raisin wine.
I put raisins and sugar in this -liter soda bottle, and I forgot about it, dawg.
Right at the exact moment he's busting me up...
The whole D block smelled like Glade PlugIns.
Put my ass in solitary for two weeks.
Man, I'm glad you're out.
Aren't you glad he's out?
So, we gonna make some money?
I know some corner boys expecting a re-up.
Maybe we pay them a little visit, hmm?
Five large, easy.
Old times, brother.
Ah, I need a refill.
It's nice to see you again.
I thought about you while I was away.
Did you think about me?
Maybe me and you could be friends again.
I'm too old for you.
TUPI: Oh, you rolling out?
I've got to mow my abuela's lawn.
It's looking all scraggly and weedy and whatnot.
All right, bro.
We'll hook up.
CRAIG: For starters, we need a forklift.
And then, we need to wrap up the forks in rubber bumpers.
There's not enough time.
The cops are gonna be there in minutes.
Well, then, we act like we're supposed to be there, dress like art movers.
"Art movers?" Great idea.
Then, we can get a helicopter to come in and airlift it out.
These are just problems to be solved.
So, we have to lift something heavy.
What about, uh, a car lift from an auto shop?
You must know people in construction.
No. Smurf handles that.
But you know Smurf's people.
- What about Pope?
- Pope's out.
Pope's just not doing this one.
Well, I have an appointment.
I'll meet up with you later.
CRAIG: I'll walk you out.
I don't see how to make this job work.
It's big, it's slow, and we're all about speed and surprise.
It's not a job.
It's a puzzle... man versus rock, the Egyptians building the pyramids.
Yeah, but didn't they have slaves?
I didn't bring this job to the Codys.
I brought it to you.
Figure it out.
Yo, when did the health department give you a "B?"
DERAN: It's a bar, man, not a restaurant.
People don't come here for the food.
Look, if you really want to get this thing on a truck without it getting scratched or ruined or anything like that...
You have a wide load going to miles per hour, tops.
You're thinking about it the wrong way, man.
It's not a job. It's... It's a...
It's a puzzle.
Man versus rock.
"Man versus rock?"
Look, how well do you know this girl...
I mean, actually know this girl?
Don't worry about it.
"Don't worry about it." All right.
What about Pope?
He's gonna be pissed off if he finds out we're doing this.
So, what? We just... We just bring him along, hope he doesn't act crazy, try another suicide by cop?
Hey, we don't know if that's what he was actually trying to do.
You weren't there, man.
He tried to kill himself, all right? I saw it.
We just have to keep him away from Smurf. That's all.
You could give him a job.
Look, he's screwed up right now, man.
We need to keep an eye on him.
No. He's gonna scare away customers, man.
- Come on.
- Just give him something small, like, just to keep him busy.
Bro, you have a "B" on your window.
He's, like, OCD with cleanliness.
He could just clean up this sh1t hole.
You know what, man?
You're full of sh1t.
He's your brother.
J: Where have you been?
It's good to see you, too.
You were supposed to meet the plumber at the laundromat, and you didn't show, so he left.
- Yeah, well, I was busy.
- Doing what?
You were supposed to be doing stuff for me.
Look, dude, I'm not the meet-the-plumber girl, and I don't appreciate getting texts informing me that you're picking me up.
Mia, I need you to be where I tell you to be, okay?
- I've got stuff to do.
- You don't give me orders.
- I'm not your employee.
- That's exactly what you are.
You do things for me, and you get to live in my house rent-free.
I give you cash from time to time.
And if you want to keep that going, then you show where and when I tell you to show.
Drop me off at the corner of Holly and Mission.
So, I can get my car and go to the laundromat.
I'll take care of it. I just need some wheels.
DERAN: What are you... What are you watching?
Is it a good show?
Hey, I need some help, man.
Uh, at the bar.
You interested in a job?
You mean, like, as a bartender?
Uh, no. I'm... I'm set with bartenders.
Uh, no. Like, general maintenance, you know?
Yeah... well, cleaning, for starters
'cause, uh, health department kind of gave me a "B."
No, man, not...
You would be in charge of sh1t, man.
Like, you would be telling the janitor what to do, you know?
Is this, like, a charity thing?
It's just, like, you're sitting down here watching a TV that's not turned on.
I just think you should get out of the house, you know?
Everybody I hire... they're pieces of sh1t.
They're stealing from me.
They're stealing tips.
I know I can rely on you.
You know, you're family.
I can trust you.
So, come on, man. You want to do this for me, or you want to keep watching this show?
So, Ortega's lawyer didn't pan out.
I need to find a new attorney.
I can't spend weeks looking for one.
I've got work to do.
You and your uncles have something going on?
Here it is. Just pull up to the curb.
Where's your car?
Just keep it running.
[MUSIC PLAYS ON RADIO]
My abuela's in the living room.
Your abuela was always in the living room.
What are you doing?
Nobody on that block is gonna talk to the cops.
And that's gonna cost a ton to fix.
He was a piece of sh1t.
Nobody's gonna be looking for your truck.
I'm not a part of your ghetto-ass, gangbanger bullshit, okay?
What you just saw... that's what I do.
I'm not your bitch.
I don't meet plumbers.
And I don't disinfect shoes.
I don't empty quarters out of dryers.
And I don't do what you say just because you say it.
You want me to clean blood out of a boat?
But that means you help me with sh1t like this.
God damn it.
POPE: God damn it.
What are you doing?
What is this?
You know what that is?
- A hush puppy.
- That's a mouse.
In... In the fryer.
When was the last time you changed the fry oil?
- I don't know.
Trying to get shut down?
- No. I'm not.
I think the "B" rating gives the place cred.
Yeah. It makes it more authentic.
What if someone has health issues... they're fighting off, I don't know, hep-C?
That's, like, half my customers.
That is the Goddamn problem with this whole world.
Everything is corrupted, and no one gives a sh1t.
Just let it be corrupted!
Hey, well, you think you could have this thing up and running again before people start coming in for happy hour, 'cause... ?
There's a lot more sh1t to clean.
A lot more sh1t.
You need to lighten up.
You don't know what's in that.
It could mess you up long-term.
It could be dusted.
When it's your time, it's your time.
- Oh, yeah?
Just, you know, living life.
I'm not planning on living past .
What, you gonna chug a bottle of ludes on your th birthday?
Or die on a job.
What? I'd be a great-looking corpse.
Ugh. Now you sound like Jake.
Have you ever been to the San Diego Zoo?
There's this lioness there... the matriarch.
You know, she's the hunter.
In the wild, they live to be or , but this one is years old.
Nice and safe.
A zookeeper feeds her every day.
But her fangs are gone.
You know, they have to cut up her meat for her.
That's not gonna be me.
You're not gonna find me in some cage, pissing myself.
You're not a lioness.
- Oh, yeah?
I'll give you bucks for that fish.
You want the $ or not?
Want me to clean it up for you?
Just put it on the pier.
[RADIO STATIONS CHANGING]
[HORN BLARES CONTINUOUSLY]
[HORN CONTINUES BLARING]
[HORN CONTINUES BLARING]
Look at you, all grown up!
I thought you were in prison.
Yeah, I escaped.
I'm going to Mexico. I need your help.
I was in. Now I'm out.
It's not like I killed somebody.
Pope's letting me stay here.
Does Smurf know that?
Yeah. We all had pizza last night.
Good. How long?
Couple years now.
First few months inside, I was still getting high.
Funny thing about prison, though... you burn somebody...
There's nowhere to hide.
No climbing into a trunk, trying not to sneeze, right?
You remember that?
I shouldn't have put you through all that sh1t.
How old were you, like, ?
It's all good.
Hey, I wish I could have been there for you when she died.
It sounds messed up, but I kind of wish that she'd gone to prison instead of me. Then...
Then, maybe, your mom would still be alive.
I was kind of surprised to see you here.
I should go.
Whatever you're working, here, I'm not gonna screw it up.
I promise. Come here.
You'd think I'd have a system for this by now.
- Can I just snag this?
DERAN: I'm gonna miss you, man.
DERAN: Well, Craig's got this thing.
He's got Frankie in his ear.
I don't know if it's gonna work out.
Pope's going crazy.
Craig talked me into giving him a job at the bar.
You're hiring Pope?
Oh, Craig's just thinking with his dick.
It's probably gonna end up putting us all in the back of a police cruiser.
Just, women, you know?
Make Craig stupid.
ADRIAN: You wouldn't do something stupid for me?
No. I wouldn't have to.
You'd never put me in that position.
- Smurf, I...
- I'm going to bed.
POPE: What's this?
J: It's a rental.
My truck got stolen.
You and Angela catch up?
Do you think letting Angela stay here is a good idea?
POPE: You got a problem with it?
Don't let her get too comfortable. That's all.
She was your mom's best friend.
I thought you'd be happy to see her.
Did you know that Angela used to make me shoot her up?
That one day she stole all my mom's drugs, and disappeared?
My mom got sick.
I had to score for her, and I got some bad sh1t, and she wound up in the ER.
I had to dodge DCFS for two weeks.
I'm not happy to see her.
She's clean now.
Why are you helping her?
You didn't do sh1t for me and my mom, and she was your sister.
I thought we were waiting in there.
COLIN: What the hell happened to you?
MANNY: A coyote did that to you?
Yeah... a dead coyote in the middle of the road.
Um, about a mile down, there's a tree, and that's where your car is.
Oh, what the hell?
- God damn it!
You've been stealing from me.
No, I haven't.
You thought you'd steal it little by little, and then take off in the middle of the night.
Where would I go? Hmm?
You beat Lou.
Manny's terrified of you.
I'm the only one that likes you.
Why would I steal from you?
Jesus Christ, you really are a Goddamn shell-shocked psycho.
I should've iced you in the bank.
You do want to live.
Get serious, Janine.
She's as crazy as he is.
I got a job.
Dishwasher, but I can move up to waitress if I show up steady.
You should get some sleep.
That's what coffee's for, right?
... I lied to you.
I... I ripped Julia off.
And then, I ran out on her...
I've been lying my whole life.
It's easier than the truth.
I'm trying to be better, so...
Do you think people can change?
My life is better when I'm clean.
It's less fun, but...less scary.
You never really liked getting high, huh?
... drugs don't work on me.
FRANKIE: Where have you been?
What did you do?
Broke in the building, tagged the sculpture, and pretty much everything else.
- You did what?
It's spray chalk.
You can wash it off with a hose.
Darrell Stone... total trust-fund douchebag who bought a Ferrari.
He would drive it around town at, like, miles per hour... and I'm talking residential neighborhoods.
Until, one day, he swipes a phone pole.
Cost him K to get it fixed.
After that, dude kept it in the garage.
What are you talking about?
See, these rich dudes... they're all the same.
They go around flexing until there's a hiccup, and then, their balls shrink.
So, when that guy who owns the sculpture finds out that someone's tagged it, he's gonna get it out of there, and put it someplace safe... guaranteed.
And to move it, they've got to put it on a truck.
And once that truck's on the street, that's when we hit it.
You asked me to figure it out.
This is me figuring it out.
PETE: Why don't you throw in the ' Impala, huh?
TINA: No problem.
It's my mom's.
Yo, what the hell is this?!
Lencho's dead, and you're just sitting here playing cards?!
We've got to go find out who did this, and go make it right!
Lencho was robbing corner boys, ¿que no?
You'd do me like that?
If you did something that stupid.
Hey, I got it.
You can't run up on Pete like that.
Nobody's talking on the streets yet, but I'll find out...
Why are you so calm?
You were his girlfriend that summer.
The summer I was ?
He was family.
Your family, not mine.
You think I did him?
Yeah, I hated the pendejo, but then, so did dipshits all over town.
They were just waiting for Lencho to get out.
Then, we've got to hit them back...you and me.
You know I got collectors knocking on my door.
So, if Lencho's not around, it's just you and me.
And we're gonna hit that mark-ass white boyfriend of yours.
He's having the sculpture moved on Saturday... doesn't feel like his artwork is safe in the building anymore.
You're not gonna gloat, are you?
Am I gonna gloat?
Hell yeah, I'm gonna gloat.
J: I found your new lawyer.
SMURF: I don't need a lawyer.
I already have a lawyer.
You didn't think I was gonna sit around and wait for you, do you?
You see Angela yet?
You two used to be mighty close when your mom was alive.
Maybe you should do a little catching up.
What is this, a bridal shower?
Hey, look who showed up.
You have a nice day running errands for Smurf while we've been working this thing out?
Job's on Saturday.
They're moving the sculpture.
We already know the route, and we're gonna hijack the truck.
Well, what kind of truck is it?
- Flatbed... slow, easy.
- Why are they moving it?
Because I'm brilliant.
What's the pay?
For a hunk of concrete.
He'll be fine.
But if he finds out we're doing this thing without him...
Can we talk to you for a second?
Good morning, Doctor.
DOCTOR: Uh, good morning, Janine. I need you to come in...
No. I won't be coming in.
- Well, uh...
- Just tell me.
I'm sorry, Janine, but your test results
came back positive for melanoma.
You have skin cancer.
And it's spread to the lymph nodes, uh, bones,
and your liver, as well.
Now, there are a number of treatment options.
We should start with chemotherapy right away.