02x08 - Timber

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02x08 - Timber

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♪ ♪

Welcome to Lil' Piggies.

What looks good in the trough today?

Hi, let me get two
number six combo meals.

One with fries. One with rings.

And both with Dr. Blancos

and then, uh...

I just remembered it's my birthday,

so I want my free shake.

- Vanilla.
- Next window, please.

Bro, what goes on in your head, dude?

You're so f*cking random.

Honestly, dude,
we should film this sh*t

and put it on my Instagram.

Oh, my God.
People would lose their minds.

Shh, shh, shh.

Hi there.

Oink, oink, piggies.
It's feeding time.

I got two number sixes
and one free birthday shake.

- Can I see your ID?
- Uh, like, why?

I need to check if
it's really your birthday.

No way. f*ck you.
Just give me my free shake.

Dude, you think you're the
first person to try this sh*t?

The free shake promotion is

only for our loyal birthday piggies.

Proof of birthday is required.

If you're lying about
your birthday because of

the stigma surrounding food
insecurity, please note that

Lil' Piggies now accepts
food stamps and EBT payments.

Food stamps?

So... so... so you're calling me poor?

- Turn that sh*t off.
- Dude, I'm just reading

the thing they tell me to read.

So you think I can't
afford a milkshake.

[CHUCKLES] 'Cause they're $ .

Then why you want a free one?

Because I'm doing a joke.
Because I'm smart.

I drive a f*cking Escalade

in case you haven't noticed, dipshit.

This kid has a condo.

No f*cking mortgage. f*ck you.

Dude, I can't even put a free shake

into my screen unless I scan your ID.

You know what? You have ruined enough

of my birthday as it is.
Just gonna pay for my shake.

- You happy now?
- n*zi.

- Literally.
- f*ck.

Uh... hmm.

This isn't strawberry.

- You said vanilla.
- No, I said strawberry,

and I don't want this sh*t, so...

♪ ♪


Sixth f*cking shake
I've been h*t with.

Worked here two f*cking weeks.

Thank you so much.

Could we have two
barbeque sauces please?

Of course.

Oh, this f*ck.

Calvin, I'm taking my break.

Go on and pull in here
and park around the back.


Oh, hey, Ray-Nathan's truck.

They're back.

Do you want to tie me up or...

No, honey, it's fine.

You ain't got to worry
about Ray-Nathan.

Oh, okay.

I guess I'm just thinking about

when he hid
in my backseat to kidnap me.

Don't let his size fool you

or his tattoos or his opiate problem.

He's just a big, old kid.


- Yeah?
- Yo, Donnie, what's up?

- It's Shayla.
- What the f*ck, Shayla?

You're gonna call me
after your little friend

came into my garage and
b*at the sh*t out of Paulie?

He had to cancel his vacation.

Disney f*cked him on his deposit.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Look, if you want your revenge,
here's your chance.

I just need you to tell me
how to steal a Kia.


Uh, guys, this is a lot of blood.

Wow. More and more.

What the f*ck was that, Ray-Nathan?

- Are you trying to k*ll Mom?
- I had to stop her.

She's gonna get us all sent to jail.

Nobody's going to jail.

Cousin Tyler basically

runs the sheriff's station, remember?

And he still owes me
from that hand job.

Cousin Tyler got fired, Natty.

- What?
- Yeah, he was stealing dr*gs

from the evidence lockup
then the idiot

did them on the way home.

Crashed his cruiser into a synagogue.

Why didn't anybody tell me that?

Because I didn't want her to know!

And you're bad at secrets.

My therapist says I put
people at ease by sharing.

- And by giving them hand jobs.
- Oh, yes, Ray-Nathan.

I love easily because
I want to be loved.

Doctor Amanda says it's all connected.

I really think she needs
to go to the hospital.

- I can call an ambulance.
- No, I'll drive her.

- No, you f*cking won't.

[LAUGHS] You dumbass.

Set off the f*cking car alarm.

- I'm the dumbass.
- Yeah.

The only one in this family
thinking straight.

This whole thing's been bungled
from the jump.

You kidnap rich people.
Duponts and sh*t.

These aren't successful businessmen.

They're losers like us.
Mama must've been smoking...


I can't understand you.

Thought she'd get a dime
out of Craig f*cking Foster.

Well, what are we supposed to do?

Wash our hands and walk away.

We k*ll her, torch her car,
act like it never happened.

Her DNA is all over this club.

That bird has been picking at her hair

and making nests out of it everywhere.

Then we burn this useless
place to the ground.

Start fresh.

You know I got my five-year
plan to get us into fentanyl.

That's the future.




- Run.
- f*ck.

- Mama! Mama!

♪ ♪

- Oh, my God.
- Yeah, I found the yellow.

- Nothing's f*cking happening.
- Shayla?

- Shayla!
- Oh, f*ck, Donnie.

- I gotta go.
- Shayla!

- The yellow isn't wor...

- Oh, hell yeah.
- Shayla! Shayla?

- No. Wait. Wait.


f*ck you, Jillian.
This is what you get.

- Oh, sh*t.
- f*ck.

f*ck, f*ck, f*ck, f*ck, f*ck, f*ck.

This is your car, Jillian.
I'm not liable.

I don't know this person.

You can't prove I was driving it.

I actually, I walked here.

What the f*ck?



- Jillian.
- Sir. Sir.

You can't just come in here.
You gotta calm down.

My friend is here somewhere.
She called me to come get her.

- What's her name?
- Craig.

- Jillian.
- Over here.

Oh, thank God. [LAUGHS]

I knew you said you were fine,
but I had to see for myself.

- I really thought you were d*ad.
- Craig, I'm okay now.

You don't have to worry anymore.

Although it is nice
to hear you so upset.

Do you want to talk a little bit more

about how sad you were?

Honestly, it felt like I was
missing a part of my body.

- Wow.
- Just total numbness.

Oh, I love that.

I didn't know how I was gonna go on.

A real what's the point situation.

I'm just so sorry I got you into this.

No, it's fine.
I knew you would come save me.

That's the only thing
that got me through it.



Except you didn't save her.

I had to step in
and take care of business.

No, no, no, no.
You were stealing her car

and you ran over a guy on accident.

- You don't get to play hero.
- Yes, she does.

If it wasn't for her,
I wouldn't be alive.

Yeah. What now, f*ck?


Thank you, Shayla,
for saving my friend.

- I guess I misjudged you.
- And?

Can we talk about this later, Jillian?

You promised.

And if you're interested,

- I'd like...
- Love.

Love to give you your old job back.

Is that all?

I'll have the port-a-potty
cleaned every week.

Even though I shouldn't be
responsible for

a Tasmanian devil absolutely
leveling it with sh*t nonstop.

Well, I'm not coming back.
Not with that attitude.

Okay, I tried.


- You go the normal amount.
- Thank you.

That's all you had to say.
I'll take the job.

Great. I'm so thrilled.
Now, can we please leave?

I don't want to be here
when Sheriff Boone shows up

and lets his cousins out of jail.

I forgot to tell you, we don't have to

worry about that anymore.
He got fired.

Wait, they didn't have protection?

So then what happens to them now?



- Hi, sweetie.
- Hi, Jackie.

- How's your head?
- It's fine. Why?

Well, your son tried
to k*ll you with a bottle.


If he really wanted to k*ll me,
he'd'a used a brick.


He loves Mama. He wouldn't brick Mama.

- So you're not mad at him?
- Course I'm f*cking mad.

But he's my son, so I forgave him

and, you know, maybe the dipshit'll

actually read
a f*cking book in prison.

How long do you have to be in for?

Ten years.

Five with good behavior, so you know,

probably the ten.

Jackie, I'm so sorry.

It's okay.

There's a silver lining.

I got the lab results
from my colonoscopy.

I got cancer.


See, in Australia,
silver lining means a good

- or positive thing.
- That's what this is.

When you're locked up,

the state has to provide
treatment for you.

I don't know much about prisons,

but amazing medical care

isn't the first thing
that comes to mind.

Well, in my book, free medical care

is amazing medical care.

And if I never have to speak
to that f*cking Lorraine

from COBRA again, it's a happy ending.

But you had to be in prison.

It's a happy ending, Jillian.

A happy ending.
I'm so thrilled for you.

Can I ask you something?

Why didn't you run away from me
when I skipped my colonoscopy

- when you could've?
- I don't know.


you're very scary to me, and

it seemed like you maybe needed
someone there with you.

- You're a nice kid, Jillian.
- Thank you.

- Too nice.
- I'm so sorry.

The world is gonna eat you alive

if you don't stop letting
yourself get pushed around.


Yo, Agent B.

Been meaning to give you a call.

What the f*ck is happening
at the Lamonca group, Isaiah?

The board just forced Rodney
to step down.

I mean, I am watching
sh*t h*t the fan here

and now I have a mouth full
of monkey fudge.

I... I don't know what that means.

It means that you gave
the dongle to your brother.

It means that you f*cked me on this.

Yeah, I probably should've told you,

but I don't want to be
an FBI informant anymore.

You're a criminal, Isaiah.

You don't get to decide
to stop being an informant,

in the same way that I don't
get to decide to stop being bi.

I told my father that.

God, I am gonna put you in jail
so f*cking hard.

Well, you gonna have to
catch me first.

You know, I'm the FBI, dipshit.

We get $ billion a year

to track down weasel f*ck like you.

- Is that so?
- Sounds like you're driving.

You know, what if I just put
facial recognition

through every single interstate
camera in the country, huh?

You should definitely do that.

- Isaiah...
- All right.

Isaiah, don't f*cking hang up on me.

- See you around, B.
- Isaiah, don't hang up.


♪ ♪

Done. You two are officially
once again

the sole owners of Henry's Farm.

Good riddance to that sh*t pit.

I mean, it is our lifelong dream.

Cool dream... and maybe one day

you can win $ ,
on a scratch ticket.

I know you're being mean,

but honestly,
that would be such a thrill.

I have come close so many times.

- Sorry to interrupt.

Finished that report.
It's in your inbox

- if you want to check it out.
- Yeah, I know. I'll get to it.

- Rodney?
- What?

You're working for Prada
even after she betrayed you?

- I thought you'd be angry.
- You f*cking kidding me?

I couldn't be more proud.

To think that that little
k*ller came from my nuts.

Aw, it brought you two
closer together.

Oh and it's good that she's close.

Because now, when she's not looking,

I'm gonna slide a Kn*fe
in between her ribs

and take back what's mine.

I'd like to see you try, old man.

Who was that?
What was... who's talking?

All I see is an empty chair

because you're already f*cking d*ad.

I'm gonna wear basketball
shorts to your funeral

and dunk on your f*cking grave.

- Love you, Dad.
- Love you, too, kiddo.

I'll see you at home.


♪ ♪

I'm so happy to be standing here.

Second chances are a beautiful thing.

Henry's Farm . is gonna be a place

where we treat each other like family.

And not like a family
that's mean to you and says,

"Oh, if you're hungry,
just heat up a can of chili."

But then makes chicken and rice

for their dogs right in front of you.

- Talking about your family?
- Maybe.

Well, well, well. [LAUGHS]

- God damn it.
- I hope you got room

in this little family of yours for...

for one more, huh?



- Hermanos.
- Brock, everybody.


My old friends, congratulations.

You've been served.

I don't understand what's happening.

Your ass is getting sued
because Craig promised me

a part of the farm
and then he never paid up.

That's not true, is it, Craig?

- No. I mean...
- It is true.

I'm planning on proving it

'cause I got the best f*cking
lawyer there is.

Meet Dean Trovia.

We actually already know each other.

Yeah, last time we saw this guy,

he was literally running away from us.

Because I wasn't gonna win that case.

It's like my mom always
used to tell me.

No one wants to dance with a loser.

Well, you're not gonna
win this case either.

Uh, yeah we are.

If we weren't, I'd be
out of here so freaking fast.

Bet not that fast.

Want to see fast?

I have evidence that proves

you made a binding verbal agreement.

There were a lot of people
filming at that party.

You're bluffing.
Look at how much you sweating.

This? This is just baseline sweat.

This is where I start. [CHUCKLES]

That's right.

But doesn't have to be that way.

All your problems vanish
if you just sign this.


Oops. Sorry. It's hard with the casts.


God damn it, just...

This contract gives me
my % of the farm,

which you promised.

I didn't promise you anything.

Yes, you did, you looked me
right in the eye and said it.

What are you talking about?
You can't prove it.

I'm talking about the fact that

I let you inside my socket.

I see who you are, Craig Foster.

Jillian, what are you doing?

Can you guys give us a second?

You signed this sh*t?
What the f*ck, Jillian?

Fair is fair. You promised him, right?

- You had a deal.
- No.

I mean, I don't think so.

There was a lot going on that night.

I know Brock;
he wouldn't have helped us

unless he was
getting something in return.

Okay, fine,
maybe we had an informal deal,

but he was taking advantage of me

when I was worried about you.

He's not a good guy.

This is very basic dog-eat-dog stuff.

But, like, dogs shouldn't
eat dogs, right?

- Uh...
- No.

When a dog eats another dog,
people freak out.

Ha! Got you assholes.

sh*t, sh*t, sh*t.

We just recorded that
whole confession.

You two are even dumber
than I thought.

The party video was a bluff,
but now you're screwed.

Say cheese... [GROANS]

- Oh.
- sh*t.


Um, I'm gonna call on your phone.


Oops, I accidentally
deleted the recording.

- Craig!
- I'm calling. I'm calling.


♪ ♪


- Todd! Um...
- Isaiah.

And it's been two months
like I promised.

- Here I am.
- Hey, babe.

Everything okay?

Tall Caleb?


Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

What are you doing?

Delivering the berries we owe you.

No. No, no, no, no.
We had a contract months ago

- and you ghosted me.
- We're so sorry.

That wasn't our choice.
Our farm got stolen from us.

But we heroically
wrestled back control

and we have one truckload of berries,

which are yours if you want them.

Normally, I'd tell you
to get lost, but

the truth is, is we need
saw palmetto berries.

- Now more than ever.
- Why more than ever?

It's crazy, but there's
all these podcasts

and videos on YouTube saying

that saw palmetto prevents
prostate cancer.

It's insane, right?

- Whoa, that's... yeah.
- That's crazy.

- That's crazy.
- It is amazing

that people can be that stupid,
but their money's good,

so I need all the berries I can get.

Sounds like this is
gonna be the start of

- a long and fruitful...

Oh, my God! Don't touch it!

- What's going on?
- Holy sh*t, it's huge.

- What the f*ck?
- What is that?


♪ ♪

Oh, sh*t.


- What the heck is that?
- I think it's just a beetle.

A harmless beetle.
Probably one of yours.

It's a giant African land snail.

- Is it dangerous?
- No.

Yes. They can carry meningitis.

- Sometimes.
- Which infects humans.

- Occasionally.
- And it kills

one in ten people who get it.

They usually have
other co-morbidities.

Craig, we have to
burn the berries now.

This is our last harvest
of the season.

If we burn these, there are
no more berries for a year.

We'll lose the farm.
We'll lose everything.

Okay, but we can't pretend
there aren't snails there.

[SIGHS] I know. You're right.

But there's only snails
on the one crate.

We'll just toss these.
The rest are fine.

Oh, holy sh*t! Another one!


Another one of what?
We don't know what

they're talking about.
They not talking to us.

- Are you talking about snails?
- Yeah.

Let's everyone just cool
our jets before we go and do

something rash like
burning any berries.

Just give me half an hour, okay?

Let Walt work.

Who's Walt?

He's Walt. He said let himself work.

Third person.

Okay. I have got good news.

BOTH: You do?

So I pinged my manager on this,

we ran it up the flagpole
to Corporate,

who took Legal's temperature, and...

- we'd love to buy your berries.
- Yes!

Because you figured out a way
to sterilize them

- so people won't get sick?
- Oh, no.

That is a really good idea, though.

Let me make a note of that.

I don't have a pen.
Anyway, where were we?

You're gonna take
the berries like this

with the snail g*n on them.

Look, our company is about
to be bought out

by a multi-national corporation.

I can't tell you which one, but

let's just say they make bleach.

So Clorox.

different companies
make bleach, so...

any of the famous ones.

But the deal is in jeopardy
because we came up short

in our Q earnings, so we can't
afford to halt saw palmetto

production during this
gold rush of the market.

- But people could get sick.
- Yeah, yes.

And I flagged that concern
for my manager,

who circled back to Corporate,
who picked Legal's brain

because trust me, nobody wants

to boil the ocean on this thing.

But everybody is confident that
this passes the smell test

vis-à-vis our regulatory exposure.

You could get sued.

Yeah, but we'll have already
been sold by then,

and all our board members will have

cashed out their stock options.

- You on the board?
- Oh, I wish.

No, I bag my lunch and clock in

a -hour work day
like any regular Joe.

So why do you care
if the board gets rich?

That is a really good question.

Because if I were the boss

and my employees didn't
wake up every day

trying to make me
the most money possible,

I'd f*re their ass
on Christmas morning.

I don't care how many people
die to snails or whatever.

Again, that's just if I were the boss.


Well, we're not gonna do it.
Right, Craig?


I don't think we can.

Look, this deal cannot fall through.

So Green Bounty Organics is
prepared to bring you both on

as senior consultants
with a hiring bonus

paid out in stock options.

- What? Really?
- Yeah. You'll have equity.

It's something I worked
my entire career for.

[SIGHS] But don't worry.

I'll get there.
I just gotta keep grinding.

Soon it's gonna be Walt's turn.

And when the company gets sold,

- we'd be...
- Rich.

Really f*cking rich.

Can you give us a second?

I don't understand.
Are you and Caleb...

Caleb has been really sweet
to me in this difficult time.

I thought we agreed that
you'd give me two months, babe.

I shouldn't have said that.
What you did

- was f*cked up, Todd.
- Isaiah.

You told me your name was Todd.

I'ma call you Todd.

Do you have any idea how much therapy

I've been through since you left?

Probably a lot. I talked to Kristen.

She thinks you're a sociopath.

I'm not. I'm a good guy now.

I went undercover,

then I had to work for Rodney Lamonca,

who is a k*ller, but his
daughter, she's way worse.

She definitely gonna
k*ll people later in her life.

And then, you know,
obviously, working for the FBI,

and he's bisexual, and then
I had to sacrifice myself

to save my brother,
and then somebody got their ass

- eaten by a shark.
- Come on, Todd.

That's more made up
than the doctor story.

I'm telling you the truth.

Well, I'm sorry, I guess I just assume

everybody's lying to me
since I found out

my boyfriend was a f*cking conman.

But everything I've been doing,

that was all just to win you back.

So all this was for nothing.

- Yeah.
- Caleb, if you don't

shut the f*ck up...

You said you saved your brother,

and he's the honest one, right?

Maybe he'll do something good
with the chance you gave him.

He f*cking better.

You don't actually wanna
take this deal, do you?

Do you realize what he's offering us?

This isn't a good job or enough money

to keep the farm afloat another year.

He's handing us a golden ticket.

It's at least worth a conversation.

But people could die.

I know they could,
but they probably won't.

They almost definitely won't.

Look, who makes your phone?

A company called Jamokia.

Okay, you think Jamokia is

treating the workers
in their factory well?

You think everyone who built
your Kia is doing great?

Don't you dare bring Kia into this.

They already in it, Jillian.

We all cause so much suffering
just by existing in this world.

The only thing you can do
is try not to think about it.

Well, I can't do that.

You repress bad thoughts all the time.

Probably more than anyone
I've ever met.

- That's not true.
- Oh, okay.

How you feel about
your recent kidnapping?

Totally fine.
It was a good experience.

Jackie's one of my best friends now.

Sort of a surrogate mother.


I'm just trying to be more like you.

Let's bottle up the darkness
and keep on moving forward.

But you're not being like me
because I wouldn't hurt anyone.

I feel like I don't even
know you anymore.

- You've changed.
- No, I haven't.

All I've ever cared about
from the moment we met

was taking care of people.

Not the strangers that make our cars,

but my people. The people I love.

That means Nessa and Camille

and Isaiah and you.

Yeah, I guess that's
the one way I have changed.

You're part of that group now.
You my people.

Thank you for saying that.

Means so much to me,

and I'll show my appreciation later

during a conversation
that isn't about m*rder.

Selling these berries could
change your life, Jillian.

I'm saying no.

And we're partners, so you can't

make this decision without me.

I'm not gonna be pushed around.



I mean, I think it's very dumb, but...

it's also very nice.

That's what makes you Jillian.

I'm not dumb, Craig.

I know you're not. I was just...

[SIGHS] Forget about it.

Let's go back to the farm.

Tell everyone the bad news.

♪ ♪

Mm. That is a wow margarita.

Why aren't you guys drinking?

It's in the morning.

We got a lot of work to do.
What's going on?

Well, seeing as we won't get paid

for that last shipment of berries,

we have to default on our loans.

We're gonna declare bankruptcy
and close the farm.


- I'm so sorry.
- It's okay.

Come here. [SIGHS]

I mean, the writing was on the wall.

You two are f*cking jinxes.

Okay, well, I gotta get
these berries to the burn pit.

I'm sorry we couldn't make this work.

We really tried.

Hey, we need to meet up.


♪ ♪

I shouldn't be talking to you
without my lawyer.

You know your f*cked up trailer
shattered both his ankles.

Doctor said his feet are like
two socks filled with granola.

Brought the contract.

- I don't understand.
- Jillian's already signed it.

So if I sign it, too, it's done.

You're part owner of the farm.

Why would you do that?

Because your % would come
half from me,

half from Jillian, so together
you and me would own . %

We have controlling interest.

Yeah, no, I know what
controlling interest is,

Craig, okay?

I read Corby's sport
management textbooks.

I skim them. I get the headlines.

It's all stuff I already knew.
What's the catch?

I just need a guarantee

that you'll back me on certain...

big picture decisions.

What kind of big picture decisions?

♪ ♪

Here's a contract for you

- and a contract for you.
- f*ck yeah.

You are now executives

- at Green Bounty Organics.
- All right.

- Here we go.
- Thank God you came through.

We need to get these berries
on shelves right away.

Oh, and when are your birthdays?

I like to send all my bosses gifts.

December . Christmas day.

New developments today
in the mysterious uptake

of meningitis sweeping
American hospitals.

Health officials are on
high alert as the outbreak

has spread across
five different states.

- Georgia, Mississippi...
- Get the f*ck out of the way.

And Florida have all seen cases.

The CDC is now warning that
the disease may be linked

to over the counter health supplements

containing saw palmetto berry extract.

Thank God I sold that f*cking farm.

Health officials believe
the berries were infected

by giant African land snails, or GAL,

a rare but highly destructive species

of invasive snail that can
become infected

with a parasite known as rat lungworm.

Oink, oink. Order number .

The snails can cause
eosinophilic meningitis

in humans, which can lead

to nausea, vomiting, and headaches.

- Other symptoms include...
- Are you my Uber?

- Yup. I'm Jillian G. Where to?
- Check the f*cking app.

Right. Okay, sorry.

So far there have been
recorded cases

of meningitis linked to
tainted saw palmetto extract.

- Jesus Christ.
- I know.

The news is such a bummer.

But that's what's great
about the Maldives.

You leave the real world behind.

How long are you staying?

I don't know yet. One-way ticket.

Ooh, love that.

"Eat, Pray, Love." [CHUCKLES]

Of those cases, there have been

seven hospitalizations and two...

Nope. Turning this sh*t off.

- Dad.
- We're not watching that.

No more TV.

What am I supposed to do then?

It's a new apartment. Go explore.

Go, your rooms are down
the hall to the left.

- Did you say rooms?
- Yeah. You have two rooms.

- My girl gets a suite.


Of course, I will always
have room for you

and that weird white baby.

Now, come on.
You need to see the view.

♪ It's going down ♪

♪ I'm yelling timber ♪

♪ You better move ♪

♪ You better dance ♪

♪ Ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Blessed to say money ain't a thing ♪

♪ Come jumping like LeBron, now Voli ♪

♪ Order me another round, homey ♪

♪ We about to climb, why? ♪

♪ 'Cause it's about to go down ♪

♪ Swing your partner
'round and 'round ♪

♪ End of the night, it's going down ♪

♪ One more sh*t, another round ♪

♪ End of the night, it's going down ♪

♪ Swing your partner
'round and 'round ♪

♪ End of the night, it's going down ♪

♪ One more sh*t, another round ♪

♪ End of the night, it's going down ♪

♪ It's going down ♪

♪ I'm yelling timber ♪

♪ You better move ♪

♪ You better dance ♪

♪ Let's make a night ♪

♪ You won't remember ♪

♪ I'll be the one ♪

♪ You won't forget ♪

♪ It's going down, it's going down ♪

♪ I'm yelling timber ♪

♪ You better move ♪

♪ You better dance, you better dance ♪

♪ Let's make a night,
let's make a night ♪

♪ You won't remember ♪

♪ I'll be the one, yeah, I'm the one ♪

♪ You won't forget, you won't forget ♪

♪ Whoa, oh, oh ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, hey ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Whoa, oh, oh, oh! ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

- ♪ Whoa, oh, oh ♪
- Timber.

♪ Whoa, oh, oh ♪ Come on.

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪
It's going down.

- ♪ Whoa, oh, oh ♪
- Timber.

Not a doctor. Shh.
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