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04x11 - Julia
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Author:  bunniefuu [ 09/30/19 12:48 ]
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Well, you scared the sh1t out of us.

How's the kid?

I think he's yours.

I'll make sure that everything's ready for you both when you come back to the house.

- 210.

- Bullshit!

[QUIETLY]

Calm down.

You short me 150 grand, then you expect me to calm down?

There are other more lucrative opportunities coming another job.

I'm not working for that asshole again.

- This one could be bigger.

- No.

My brother's kind of strange.

- Janine.

- Yeah.

[LAUGHS]

Jed's stockpiling gold.

YOUNG JED: Yeah, you watch.

I will survive when the world goes pear-shaped.

Will you?

[GRUNTING]

Psycho son-of-a-bitch.

I'm pregnant.

How long have you known that Adrian's been talking to the feds?

Handle it.

Or I'll have to turn it over to Pope.

You seen Angela?

- No.

- I'm looking for Angela.

- Have you seen her?

- KALANI: Yesterday.

She was with Julia's kid.

She pick up from you?

You know how it is.

If Angela wants dope, she's gonna find it.

The hell?

Let go of me, Pope!

- Where is it?

- There's nothing there!

No, no, no!

Stop!

Pope!

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

[DOOR OPENS]

[DISTANT MUSIC, INDISTINCT CHATTER]

[BELL DINGS]

[INDISTINCT]

- [SIGHS]

- Morning.

Good morning.

Let me get some pancakes.

Sure, hon.

Blueberry or regular?

Blueberry.

Extra syrup.

Mmm.

Craving sugar, right?

I guess so.

[LAUGHS]

I was, too, about that time.

Do exactly as I say and no one gets hurt.

You got it?

Get the cash out of the register.

Now!

[SCREAMS]

- Go!

- [INDISTINCT SHOUTING]

Take this!

Open the bag!

Get up, pregnant lady!

The rest of you, wallets out, right now!

See this?!

Do as I say and no one'll get hurt!

Go, move!

Watches and jewelry, too!

Fill up this bag!

- Please don't hurt me!

- Hold it out!

- Please, please!

- Hold out the bag!

Go, move, move, move, move!

That's right.

Shut up!

- Please!

[SHOUTS]

- Fill it up!

Fill it up!

- You're hurting me!

- Let's go!

- Move.

- [CRIES OUT]

The cash in the bag.

Go!

Hurry up!

- Let's go!

Move, move!

- [CRIES OUT]

[PANTING]

If I hear cops, Mom and baby die!

[LAUGHS]

Whoo!

You did good, little man.

Did good.

It's a girl.

Feels like a boy to me.

Hey, Andrew, come on out and prove me right, you hear me?

- Uh, "Andrew"?

- Yeah.

After Andy Bathgate, greatest hockey player of all time.

[LAUGHING]

You don't like it?

[LAUGHS]

- "Andy" for short.

- It doesn't matter.

- It's a girl.

- [LAUGHTER]

It's about $400.

That's not bad.

So, there's a diner on the 101.

It's open 24 hours.

Rich ranchers eating their steak and eggs.

This was the last one.

Babe, you're slow.

And we're kinda hard to forget now.

We've been lucky so far.

Well, this isn't enough.

Well, if we need money, I'll figure it out.

- Oh, yeah?

- Yeah.

Well, what am I supposed to do while you do that?

Huh?

Worry about being a mama.

[FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING]

She still in there?

Yeah.

Did you get any sleep?

No.

The house is trashed.

How come you didn't tell me you saw Angela when I was looking for her yesterday?

I forgot.

I didn't think it was a big deal at the time.

Plus, she was fine when I left her, so Look.

I-I know that you care about her.

[SIGHS]

But this is what she does.

Seen it 1,000 times.

She gets sober and then she falls right back in.

Just like my mom.

This only ends one way.

[SIGHS]

Wake up.

[GROANS]

What?

- Come on, get up.

- [GROANS]

[SIGHING]

Come on, here.

Don't touch me.

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

Who the hell do you think you are, huh?

Locking me in here all night?

I was doing you a favor.

Well, you're a bag of dicks.

Come on, we're gonna go for a drive.

No, I'm getting my sh1t and I'm leaving.

- I'm not going anywhere with you.

- Get in my truck right now or I will tie you up and throw you in the back.

- [NICK COOING]

- So, look, you have to, um,

- remember what the nurse said, okay?

- [CELLPHONE BUZZES]

- It's just like a burrito.

- [CELLPHONE CLICKING]

- [COOING CONTINUES]

- Yo?

- Are you listening?

- [COOING CONTINUES]

Yeah.

Like a burrito.

[CELLPHONE BUZZING]

You're blowing up.

- Clients.

- [CELLPHONE BUZZES]

You just got out of the hospital.

They can't wait five minutes?

Well, they're coke addicts, Craig, so no.

[COOING CONTINUES]

- Here we go.

- I'm impressed.

- [EXHALES DEEPLY]

- Oh, that's one cute burrito.

- Mm-hmm.

- [NICK COOING]

[WHISPERING]

Hey?

You're ready to go?

[COOING CONTINUES]

Hear from your mom?

No.

Good.

You know she's just waiting for us to screw up and then she'll call DCFS.

Yeah, that's not gonna happen.

[NICK COOING]

[SEAGULLS CALLING]

[GROANS]

Well, uh Smurf still knows how to throw a party.

Nice just to be able to check out for a while.

[WAVES CRASHING]

[INHALES DEEPLY]

You come to bed last night?

[STUBS OUT CIGARETTE]

What's going on?

[SIGHS]

Deran.

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

Hey.

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

Smurf knows.

Knows what?

That you talked to the cops.

How did she find out?

I don't know, but she wants me to handle it.

"Handle it"?

What does that mean?

She wants me to kill you.

You told her I didn't say anything, right?

- Doesn't matter.

- No, no, look, look,

- I'm I'm gonna talk to Smurf

- Adrian, it doesn't matter!

It doesn't matter!

- It doesn't matter

- No.

[BOTH PANTING]

How do you think we've been able to get away with this for so long without ever getting caught?

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

It's because Smurf handles sh1t

- preemptively!

- [EXHALES SHARPLY]

[WHISPERING]

If you stay here, you will be killed.

We need coffee.

Smurf up?

- She's not here.

- [COFFEE POURING]

She left with some people from La Jolla last night.

[COFFEE POT CLATTERS]

This place is a pig sty.

Clean it up.

[DOOR SLIDES OPEN]

[DOOR SLIDES CLOSED]

[DOORKNOB JOSTLING]

- What are you doing?

- Hang on, I've almost got it.

COLIN: Let's just break a window.

[THE GRATEFUL DEAD'S "RAMBLE ON ROSE" PLAYS]

See?

Just like Jack the Ripper Just like mojo hand Just like Billy Sunday In a shotgun ragtime band How do you know they're not coming back?

Just like New York City They're at work.

Just like Jericho Pace the halls and climb the walls

[SIGHS HEAVILY]

And get out when they blow Mmm.

Did you say your name was Ramblin' Rose?

- Ramble on, baby

- So, what do you think?

Uh Settle down easy Is there a safe or something?

We're not here for a job.

What do you think of the house?

For what?

[INHALES DEEPLY]

For the three of us.

To live in.

Someday.

What?

I wanted to surprise you.

- Come on, isn't it great?

- [PATS BACK]

I mean, I would change a lot, like the floor, for example.

Ooh!

I saw I saw this thing in a magazine.

It's called a "sunken living room. "

I thought that we could knock down that wall, put it right through there.

Do the current owners know about your plans?

Mm.

- [SCOFFS]

- [CHUCKLES]

How'd you find this place?

- Just driving around.

- Hmm.

It was calling to me.

I like Oceanside.

Bakersfield by the bay.

[SIGHS]

You really want to settle down like this?

Like what?

Like we're normal.

Nothing's gonna change.

We're gonna do what we do.

But she's gonna have a yard to play in

[SIGHS]

bed to sleep in and enough to eat.

[SIGHS]

All right.

[LATCH CLICKS]

[GATE CLOSES]

[QUIETLY]

Hey, man.

Meet Nick.

Wild, right?

Yeah.

Oh, come on, man.

He's cute.

Yeah, he's cute.

Hey, Deran.

[QUIETLY]

Hi.

[SMOOCHES]

Congrats, he's huge.

Hey, you want to hold him?

No, man, maybe later.

I'm Yeah, no.

You know what?

It's time to eat.

[WHISPERING]

Come on.

- [WHISPERING]

Hi.

- You got him?

- [NICK COOING]

- I've got him, got him.

You staying?

Uh, no, I'm just stopping by.

Can Can I talk to you for a minute?

Yeah.

Be back.

[SEAGULLS CRYING]

[WAVES CRASHING]

Hey.

That kid is your nephew.

I know, man.

I'm sorry, all right?

The hell's your problem?

You didn't know he was your kid until like three days ago.

I'm sorry if it takes me a second.

That's my son.

My family.

Which makes him your family.

You got that?

Yeah, I got it.

All right, then.

So, what's up?

Look, I need passports for me and Adrian under the aliases.

Why?

I need to get Adrian out of the country as soon as possible.

The DEA busted him.

They They They caught him at LAX.

He was on his way to South Africa.

He He was smuggling a couple pounds of cocaine.

Uh, he was working for Jack.

His lawyer said he could do up to 15.

What, Adrian was working for Jack?!

Look, I didn't know about it until after all that sh1t happened, okay?

Wait, and that's why you want to hit that cop?

[SIGHS HEAVILY]

Adrian knows a lot of sh1t.

What, Renn doesn't know what we do?

I haven't been telling her all the details.

- Yeah, so what's your point?

- My point is, do we have anything to worry about?

That's my point.

Please do this for me.

Please.

Okay.

Mm-hmm.

Mm.

Here.

Hand that over.

Eat some real food.

This is real food?

It's better than candy.

You got to take care of yourself.

Go on.

Hmm?

[SIGHS HEAVILY]

[KNOCK ON DOOR]

[GUN CLICKING]

Hey, Manny.

Janine.

I told him about the armored truck job.

And you're going with him.

[GUN THUDS]

[QUIETLY]

You called him?

- [QUIETLY]

I knew that you wouldn't.

- Damn-straight.

- Hey.

- Just gonna forget about what happened?

- Hey - Hmm?

- He called me a whore.

- Mm-hmm.

And you tried to break his jaw.

I'd say that we're all even.

We need the money.

And it's a solid job.

Checked out, Colin.

Should be a breeze, if you're in.

And what are you gonna do?

Stay home.

Wait for my cut.

Yeah.

- Here?

- Mm-hmm.

[INDISTINCT CHATTER]

- Nope!

No, no, no!

- [WHISPERING]

Go in.

This isn't how it works, Pope, okay?

[WHISPERING]

You get in there.

[EXHALES SHARPLY]

[WHISPERING]

Okay, fine.

Let's go, come on.

[INDISTINCT CHATTER]

SUSIE: It's good to see you all and thanks for being here.

Hardest part is showing up, right?

- So, if we

- Cool if I talk first?

Uh, of course.

[SIGHS]

So, we all say secrets keep you sick.

That's why we're here, right?

To be honest so we can get better?

That's what you want, right?

[HUFFS]

Honesty?

Okay.

[SIGHS DEEPLY]

Showed up at an old friend's house.

Her name was Julia.

But I wasn't really looking for her.

I already knew she was dead.

I found out when I was in prison.

I was really looking for her mother and her money.

Julia's mother used to give her stacks of cash to stay away.

I was hoping she'd do the same for me.

Julia's brother was there, too.

He's 40, and he still lives at home with his mom.

[LAUGHS]

How weird is that, right?

He liked me.

So, I slept with him, 'cause I figured he'd let me stay.

It was all a con.

And he fell for it.

Thanks for letting me share.

RADIO: two days.

Local officials report that damage to homes in the area will be at least $3 million.

Getting reports of a bold midday robbery of an armored vehicle in San Marcos.

Police report masked assailants made off with more than $25,000.

- [EXHALES SHARPLY, STOMPING FOOT]

- More details as we get them.

[INHALES DEEPLY]

Oh, my God

[SIGHS]

All I need is some sunshine All I need

[INTERCOM RINGING]

[PHONE BEEPS]

Smurf's not here.

I know.

I came to talk with you.

It'll only take a minute.

It'll be worth your time.

- With another one for the caves

- [PHONE BEEPS]

And in the tarn beyond those birches Is a spirit that I crave All I need is some sunshine All I need All I need

- Looks like it was quite the party.

- Is some sunshine What do you want?

[LAUGHING]

Okay.

Right to the point.

I have another job.

I need a crew.

[SCOFFS]

First Craig then Smurf now me.

If you need a crew so bad, why don't you put in the work and get your own?

We're not so different, you and me.

Survivors.

Which is a good thing because this whole thing's gonna fall apart when Smurf's gone.

Unless you take over.

Smurf's not going anywhere.

Really?

I heard she has cancer.

I assume it's fatal, otherwise you wouldn't have risked going to see Gia.

It's a small world, J.

People notice when you make a move like that.

So, why don't you start acting like the leader you're clearly wanting to be?

What's the job?

Yes, yeah, yeah, yeah!

Whoo!

- Yeah!

- Details.

Details, please?

There wasn't much on the news.

JAKE: What's there to tell?

It went great.

Had that sh1t locked down tight.

Whoo!

Smooth as silk!

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

Hey, hey, souvenir for you.

- Oh!

- From that guard's ankle holster.

- Yeah.

- Here.

[WHISTLES]

- $26,500.

- Hell, yeah.

[SLAMS TABLE]

Whoo!

It's pretty nice.

It's 3 grand more than our biggest score.

- You did great, babe.

- sh1t.

Come here.

You did great.

All right, uh May we all get what we want,

- but never what we deserve.

- [LAUGHS]

Ain't that the truth?

POPE: Hey.

Hey, where you going?!

Look, I'm not Julia, okay?

- What?

- You heard me.

This isn't about Julia.

Yeah, dragging me to a meeting.

- Of course, it is.

- Whatever.

When was the last time you saw her, Pope, huh?

When J was three?

They lived a mile away and you abandoned her, all all 'cause you believed the sh1t that Smurf was always saying about her?

Or was it because she loved Baz?

[STAMMERING]

Make you jealous that she loved someone in Smurf's house of horrors

- other than you, is that it?

- Shut up.

She was your twin sister and she needed you!

God, she needed you and she loved you.

She never stopped loving you.

She was always waiting for you to knock on her door and you never did!

You chose Mommy, and then she died.

That is on you.

And there are no do-overs, Pope.

[GRUFFLY]

Why not?

[CAR DOOR OPENS, CLOSES]

[DOOR CLOSES]

[SWALLOWS HEAVILY]

Look, just drive me home.

I'll get my sh1t and go, okay?

[SIGHS]

You hate me now, right?

No.

Nobody tells me the truth.

Wasn't [EXHALES SHARPLY]

It wasn't all about the money, okay?

You know that.

You're done with that sh1t if you're staying at the house.

I'll try.

That's not good enough.

Well, it's the truth.

[EXHALES SHARPLY]

What?

You think I wanted this to happen?

[LAUGHS]

I was clean three years and now I'm back to nothing.

I thought you were doing so good.

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

I was.

I was.

[SIGHS]

I don't know what happened.

I [EXHALES HEAVILY]

J took me to Kalani's for lunch and

[SIGHS]

J took you to Kalani's for lunch?

[SIGHS SLOWLY]

Look, I'm the one who did this, okay?

Me.

I just slipped.

I can't blame J for that.

[ENGINE STARTS]

[THE DOGS' "I'M ALIVE" PLAYS]

I'm alive, baby [ENGINE SHUTS OFF]

[CAR DOOR CLOSES]

[CAR DOORS CLOSING]

[RICK COYNE'S "HAD YOU SO LONG" PLAYS]

Hey.

Yeah, let's get some beer.

Mnh-mnh.


Mnh-mnh.

[PLASTIC RUSTLES]

[BOTH LAUGH]

All she wants is sugar.

It's a boy.

- It's a girl.

- Mnh-mnh.

[BRAKES SQUEALING]

[ENGINE SHUTS OFF]

She also wants a Coke.

Oh, yeah?

Want me to get that?

- Mm-hmm.

- All right.

[BOTH LAUGH]

Getting close, huh?

Looks like you're about ready to pop.

[MUTTERING]

I hope that's not what happens.

Huh.

Pack of Reds.

You have a nice day.

You, too, Officer.

[DOOR CLOSES]

[POLICE RADIO CHATTER]

Where's that APB on those robberies with the pregnant hostage?

The diner stick-ups?

Why?

Just let me see it.

[FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING]

[DOOR CLOSES]

Hey?

Miss?

- [DOOR CLOSES]

- [FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING]

Hey, hey, whoa.

Hey.

Uh, we we don't want any trouble.

Hey, take it easy, man.

Just take it easy.

Back, back!

Inside.

- [GUNSHOTS CONTINUE]

- Hey!

Get down!

Watch out!

Back up!

[GUNSHOTS CONTINUE]

Shots fired, shots fired!

Officer down!

Send back-up!

- COLIN: Stay down.

- [GUNFIRE]

- [GUNSHOT FIRES]

- [GRUNTS]

[GUNFIRE CONTINUES]

[GRUNTS]

[SHOUTS]

Go!

Go!

Go!

Drive!

[TIRES SQUEALING]

JAKE: What the hell happened?

Everything was cool!

Jesus Christ!

He had to do it.

- Shoot a cop?!

- He had a gun in his hand!

Look, both of you, shut up!

Look, let's let's let's go to Temecula.

I got a chick there.

We can use her car.

Let's get out of town.

Take Route 157!

[ENGINE SLOWING]

Colin, why you slowing down?

What the hell?

JANINE: Colin?

- MANNY: Colin?

Hey!

- [HORN HONKING]

Colin?

Colin, we're

- Colin?!

- Oh, sh1t.

Oh, my God!

Colin!

Colin!

We have to get him to a hospital!

- [SCREAMING]

We have to get him to a hospital!

- Jake?

Get out, help me, Jake.

JANINE: We're ta Manny?!

Manny!

We are taking him to a hospital!

- Janine, how do we

- No!

MANNY: Oh, sh1t.

We're taking him to a hospital.

- He's dead, Janine.

- No!

No!

He's dead.

[SCREAMING]

No!

No!

No!

- What do you mean, he's dead?!

- He's dead, Janine.

No, no, no, no!

JANINE: He's not dead!

Colin!

Co [TIRES SQUEALING]

No!

[CRYING]

[ENGINE REVS, TIRES SQUEAL]

[DISTANT MUSIC PLAYING]

[SIGHS]

[INDISTINCT CHATTER]

[SNIFFS]

[SIGHS]

Hey, I'm gonna need you to close up tonight.

Actually, for the rest of the week.

- No problem.

- All right.

What's that?

Posters came in.

- - [CHUCKLES]

For the fundraiser.

Jesus.

Man, he's got to stop hanging with teenagers at the skate park.

Concrete's not your friend after 40.

Implants are gonna be like, 2 grand, but we'll clear that easy.

Everybody's gonna come.

Hey, just make sure the band pays for their drinks.

They get one freebie, after that

- [CLICKS CHEEK]

that's it.

- Sure.

Hey, it's pretty cool that you're letting Tim throw it here.

Yeah, well, where else would they do it?

It's all Asian tapas and hipster sh1t around here.

Hey, you want to put those in the back?

Yeah.

[APEX MANOR'S "WHERE MY MIND GOES" PLAYS]

[INDISTINCT CHATTER]

[SIGHS]

[BOTTLES TINKLING]

[BOTTLE CAP HISSES]

Really know addicts, don't you, J?

Taking me down to Kalani's, smoking the joint next to me.

The extra cash was a a nice touch.

What are you talking about?

You took me down there so I'd score.

If you scored, that's on you.

You hate how close I'm getting with Pope.

That he trusts me with sh1t that he doesn't even tell you.

That's why you did it, right?

I did this to you?

Me?

What, I I scored the bag?

I cooked it up?

I put the needle in your arm?

All I did was buy you a taco.

It's not gonna work.

[SCOFFS]

Me and Pope have history.

All you did was bring us closer together.

[BOTTLE SLIDES]

We'll see.

[WHISPERING]

No.

No, not provisional.

It needs to be legit, and we need Visa stamps, too.

And can you, um can you wear it out a little so it's not shiny?

Yeah?

Okay.

Okay, all right.

[NICK COOING]

[ENGINE REVVING]

[ENGINE SHUTS OFF, KEYS JANGLE]

Get out.

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

What?

Catch the bus and disappear.

Manny, she's pregnant.

That's not my problem, Jake.

We'll take care of him.

Get out!

- Manny.

- The cops are looking for three guys and a pregnant chick, Jake.

[DOOR CLOSES]

We can't just leave her out here.

What are we supposed to do?!

You get out.

Ah!

Both of you.

Get that gun out of my face.

I said, get out!

[SCREAMING]

Now!

Manny, she's serious.

- Easy.

- On the ground.

- Manny?

- You know I'll do it.

[ENGINE STARTS]

[ENGINE REVS]

[VOICE BREAKING]

What am I supposed to do now?

[CRYING]

[GRAVEL CRUNCHING]

[ENGINE SHUTS OFF, KEYS JANGLE]

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

[DOOR CREAKS]

[DOOR CLOSES]

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

[EXHALES SHARPLY]

What happened?

Shoot-out.

With the cops.

Run from me, darlin' Run, my good wife

[ENGINE STARTS]

Run from me, darlin' You better run for your life Run from me, baby Run, my good wife Run from me, baby

[ENGINE SHUTS OFF]

You better run for your life

- She's still not back?

- She will be.

We've still got work to do before tomorrow.

Right.

Yo, we got any beer left?

There's a couple in the fridge.

I contemplate [DOOR SLAMS]

You didn't forget about seeing Angela.

She told me you guys went for lunch.

You don't forget something like that.

You lied.

- You just keep lying to me, J.

- Pope, it's And I told you what would happen to you if you ever lied to me again.

I told you!

Run, my good wife When Smurf's gone, so are you.

Run from me, darlin'

- Yo?

- You better run for your life Yo, passports will be ready by noon tomorrow.

Okay?

All right, thanks.

- Yeah.

- Run I'm gonna need you to check in on the bar.

- Run - Just do the deposits, make sure payroll's right, all that sh1t.

How long you plan on being gone?

Just until he gets on his feet.

What's that, like a week?

- Two?

- Run [POPE EXHALING HEAVILY]

Run Let's go.

We got work to do.

Run Run Ahhh Run Run Ahhh Run

[ENGINE IDLING]

[ENGINE REVS]



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