Psycho Sweet 16 (2022)

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Just great.

Hey it's me.

I'm having the worst day.

I just got laid off.

Are you home?

I'm gotta come over.

Okay. Bye.

Hey mom, the
track meet's about to start.

Hey honey, um, I'm gonna
be stopping by Rob's place

so I may be a few minutes
late picking you up.

Montrose, let's go!

Okay, I'm coming!

Mom, I really gotta go.

Good luck with your meet.

Hey babe. I'm in the bedroom.


What's wrong?


My boss said that they are reconfiguring

some of the departments
and that my position

has been eliminated.


Oh, come on.

You're like the best IT
manager I've ever seen.

Doesn't seem to matter to them
at all.

Well, I'm sorry. I didn't...

I'm sure it didn't help
taking all that time off work

for my back surgery, but
all these months later,

I'm still in pain.

Yeah, yeah, I know.

Well, um...

I just...

I wish it wouldn't have
happened today of all days.

What do you mean?

Listen, Cindy.

We need to talk.

About what?

Well there's no easy way to
say this,

so I am just gonna say it.

I have met someone new.

Are you kidding?

Yeah, I know. The timing is terrible.

Oh you think?

I just lost my job today

and you are seriously
breaking up with me right now?

Come on, Cindy.

I mean, you haven't been the same

since the surgery,
since you've been taking

- those pain K*llers-
- I had a metal rod

put into my back, Rob.

Thank you for your sympathy.

Yeah, you were supposed to
stop taking

those painkillers three months ago.

I don't have to explain myself
to you.

You're right, you don't.

I kept hoping things would get better

and well, since I've met

Wow, okay. You know what?


I am very sorry that I didn't
live up to your expectations,

but if you will excuse me,
I'm gonna go pick up Dylan.

Come on, Cindy!

I hope that you and Melanie
will be really happy together.


Don't lay this way.

Honey, I'm on my way.

Okay, mom, I'll be outside.

- Hi honey.
- Hey mom.

Yeah, how is your meet?

Who won?

We did.

And coach is gonna let me
run the 1000 meter next week.

That's great.

That's great.

Yeah. That's, that's, yeah.

Get in.

Mom, what's going on?

I didn't wanna tell
you until we got home,

but I, I lost my job today.


Yeah. And,
and Rob broke up with me.

Apparently he found somebody new.


I mean you just can't interest everybody.

Mom, watch out!

Thank you very much. I'll be
in touch.

Thank you.


Are you Ms. Montrose's

- Yes.
- She'll be fine.

- You can see her.
- Okay, thank you.



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

I'm sorry.

I'm glad you're okay, mom.

What did the detective say?

He just had some questions

and I met a lawyer who
says they're probably gonna

suspend my license and
they might charge me

with reckless driving
and endangering a minor.


But I'm fine.

I know, but, but, no,
it's all gonna be fine.

The lawyer's gonna help
me come to an agreement

with the district attorney's

Okay, so when can we go home?

Well, they wanna keep me
overnight for observation

so maybe you could sleep
at Natalie's tonight?

- Okay.
- Okay.

There's something else.


I'm gonna check myself into rehab.



I have to stop taking these
pills, Dylan.

I can't do it by myself. Obviously.

I mean, today I lost my
job and my relationship

and I, I kind of lost you today

and that can't happen so getting
some help

is the best way that I can
be the mom that you deserve.


Now what?

Well, the insurance will pay

for three months of treatment, so.

Three months?

- Yeah.
- What am I gonna do?

I'll call Aunt Shannon

and she only lives two hours away.

I know you can stay with
her and Uncle Scott.

Mom, but what about
school and my friends?



I was gonna say my 16th birthday,

but you getting better is a
lot more important than that.

We'll figure something out.

I promise you.

I promise this is for the best, okay?


I promise.

- Okay.
- Okay?

I can't believe this
is actually happening.

You're gonna be fine. And
Aunt Shannon is so excited.

That makes one of us.

Dylan, help me get
this stuff out, please.

Thank you.

Yay. You here!

Hi, honey.


Hey, kid.

Wow, if I can even call you that anymore.

Look at you.

- How was your flight?
- It was fine.

- Quiet, but fine.
- Mom.

Let's get you inside.
We'll get you settled.

- I'll get the bags.
- I'll show you my home.

Let me show you around downstairs

then I'll show you your room.

It's not very cool,

but you can put posters on the wall,

decorate it however you want.

Make it your own, okay?


It's just over here to the right.

It's gonna be
perfect, right, Dylan?


I've set the guest
room up for you, okay?

Oh, thank you.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

All right, here you go, you guys.

Uh, Dylan, we just want you to know

that we're really
excited to have you here.

Yeah, honey. We're so
happy to have you here.

Um, I'll give you guys some time.

Thank you.


This is so unfair.

I know it is.

I know it is and it's all
my fault and I know that

and I understand if you're mad
at me.

Why couldn't I have stayed
with Natalie?

Her mom was okay with it.

Natalie's parents are going
through a divorce, sweetheart.

It's better if you stay with family.

Mom, I wouldn't have
had to change schools.

- I don't know anyone here.
- I know, but you will.

I promise you you will.

Can we just please unpack this
stuff before dinner, okay?


New place, new people.

Yeah, she'll
be all right eventually.

- She's gonna be just fine.
- I just worry and I just-

Well honey, of course.

- You're her mom.
- I know, I know.

It's just I need time to deal.

- Oh, hi honey.
- Hi.

Come sit down. Sit down.

So your mom was telling
me about your running.

You know, there's a great track
team here.

Yeah, so maybe you
can make some new friends.

I would rather see my actual friends.

Well Dylan,

don't you have a birthday coming
up soon?


We should throw you a Sweet 16 party.

Do you remember yours?

I mean how fun was that?

We were laughing and dancing all night.

- It was the best.
- I know,

but it feels like a million
years ago.

Oh, honey, we have to
celebrate. You only turn 16 once.

But all my friends are so far away.

Will you even be able to come?

Honey, I will do everything in
my power

to be able to come.

Listen, I will plan
everything, okay?

You can invite whoever you want.

Oh, please, please,
please, please, please,

please, please say yes.




Oh, it's gonna be so great!

Oh, I'm gonna start
looking at venues tonight,

and we should have a theme...


I just came to see goodbye.

I'm gonna take a cab to
the airport early tomorrow

so Aunt Shannon can drive you to school.

Will I be able to talk to you?

It's always just been you
and me since dad passed away.

Oh, honey, of course you will.

As soon as I figure out the rules,

you're gonna be the
first phone call I make.

I miss you already.

And I love you.

I love you, too, mom.


Honey, I'm sorry
I can't go in with you.

I've got this meeting this morning.

It's okay. I can find
my way.

But if you need anything,
just call or text me, okay?

Oh, honey.

Have a great day.


Bye, love.


Hey, are you Dylan?

Hi. I'm looking for Principal

Yeah, she had to go to the
fourth floor.

She had some emergency with a freshmen,

but I can help you out and
show you around a little bit.

I'm Julia.

- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you, too.

We actually have first period
chemistry down here together,

but I thought I'd show
you around a little bit.

I saw your pic on the
newsletter. You run track?

Yeah. I love it.

Hey babe, you look good.

Thank you, so do you.

That's Jonah, Tiffany's

Star of the track team.

He's nice, but Tiffany totally
has him

wrapped around her finger.

Have you studied

at all for this class or

All righty, top of
the morning to everyone.

Hello there.

Everyone get out your books
and turn to chapter two.

Come on.

Now I know it's early,

so I'm gonna be kind and
throw you a softball.

Can anyone tell me what is a

A molecule.

This is not difficult.

Do you wanna come
over to my place tonight?

Tiffany? How about you?

Sorry, Mr. Dixon.

That's not the kind of
chemistry I like to study.

Oh my god.


Okay, well flirting session's

so please pay attention.

Oh, I almost forgot. We
have a new student with us.

Everyone please welcome Dylan Montrose.

Hi Dylan.

Hi Dylan.


Now I don't wanna put you on
the spot, but I guess I will.

Can you tell me what a molecule

Um, it's atoms that are
attracted to each other.



Very good.

Miss Hartley, you really
ought to listen to Dylan.

She obviously pays attention

to her schoolwork.


Ugh, did you see that
new girl? So annoying.

Who is she anyway?

Dylan Montrose.

Looks like she moved here from Savannah.


Checked her out on social media.

She looks pretty normal.

Looks can be deceiving.

Come on, girls, let's go.

All right, your class just
down the hall

and mine's down here, so
I'll catch up with you later.

- Okay.
- Okay.

- Bye.
- Bye.

Hey, I think you were in
my chem class this morning?

Hi. Yeah, I'm Dylan.

I'm Jonah.

I'm also pretty sure I felt that
pop quiz.

Dixon can be tough.

You're on the track team, right?

Yeah. I'm heading
that way now, actually.

I ran track at my old school.

Were you any good?

We went to state last year.

Wow, well maybe you
should join our team.

Really? Do you think the
coach will let me try out?

I mean, if you're that
great, I don't see why not.

I'm going that way now
if you wanna meet him.


Oh look, it's Julia.

What do you want?

You made me look like
an idiot in Spanish class.

Tiffany, you were cheating on
my test.

You didn't have to be a tattle tail.

What is your problem?

Right now it's you.

Tiff, can we go now?

Yeah, let's get away from this loser.



How was your first day of

Pretty good.

I met this girl Julia and we
have some classes together.

Oh and this guy introduced me

to the track coach and he
said I can try out tomorrow.

Oh, honey, that's great.

- I'm so happy for you.
- Yeah.

Um, I looked into some venues
for your Sweet 16th party.

- Already?
- I know.

I got like excited and these things,

you know, they book up fast.

So apparently Harcourt Manor is
the place.

Wow. That sounds awesome.

Well, I made reservations
for us to see this weekend.

Is that okay?

- Yeah.
- Okay, great.

I'm gonna go downstairs
and make us dinner.

Okay. Oh, mom's calling.

- I'll be down in a minute.
- Okay, send her my love.

Hi honey. How are you?

Hey mom. How are you?

I'm okay, you know, I'm
just, I'm settling in.

How is school?

Pretty good.

Yeah? Good.

You know, I can have visitors as early

as this weekend if you wanna come.



Well, Aunt Shannon wanted to go

see a place for my Sweet 16.

Oh, okay. Well, that's fine.

We can just do another day.

Dylan, honey, dinner's ready.

Oh, Aunt Shannon's
calling me for dinner.

I'll talk to you later, mom.

Oh, okay. Well, be good.

- I love you.
- Okay, love you too.


Hey sweetie.

How was your day?

What do you care?

You can't even be bothered
to come home for dinner.

Oh, give me a break, Tiffany.

You know I do the best
I can for both of us.

Pretty sure dad is the one paying

for everything around
here with child support.

I'm not gonna argue you with you.

I'm gonna take a long, hot bath.

I must have run into some poison ivy

in the garden this morning.

I've been itching all day.

Watch out for that.

Hey Maya, it's me.

I have an idea for that new girl.

Are you sure about this?

My mom was itching from this
poison ivy all day yesterday.

It'll definitely work.

I mean, are you sure we should
do it?

She knew an answer in class. Big deal.

And she's clearly interested
in Jonah.

You're overreacting.

She made me look dumb,

now I'm gonna make her look
dumb in front of every one.

It's a prank, Maya. Lighten up.

Yeah, you're right.

It'll be funny.

Hi, I'm Tiffany and this is Maya.

You're Dylan, right?

Yeah. Hi.

I ran into coach Howard in the hall

and he asked me to give you
this uniform for your tryout.


Well try out are soon,
so I better get going.

Good luck.

Break a leg.

That was nice.

Yeah, I guess so.

Knights, how we doin'?

Yes, that's what I'm talkin'

We have a new person trying out today.

You, Dylan Montrose.

Stand up. Give her some love.

Come on.

You ready?


Let's go.

Let's go.

Let's go, Dylan!

- Dylan!
- You got it!

Let's go Dylan!

Montrose, you have a cramp?

Sorry, I'm good.

Come on Montrose. Get goin'.

Let's go, Montrose! Let's go!


Something funny?

Poor thing. Guess she was
itching to get out of there.

Oh my God, Dylan. Are you

I don't know what just happened.

I'm itching like crazy.


- Look.
- Oh my God.

I have sensitive skin.

Maybe it's an allergic reaction

to the uniform Tiffany gave me.

- Oh.
- What?

I knew Tiffany was up to something

when she gave you that uniform.

What do you mean? She
barely even knows me.

Yeah, but this could be her warning.

Her warning?

Look, you knew that answer in chem

and her boyfriend helped
you get that track try out.

She wants you to back off.

Well, I definitely blew my
shot of getting on the team.

Look, we'll just say
it was allergies, okay?

But stay away from Tiffany.


Honey, how you feeling?

Was it a rough day?

I was at the tryout and
I was doing really well

and then I started itching.

Oh no.

And now I have a rash.

Oh, honey, that looks really painful.


It was really embarrassing.



- I'm sorry that happened.
- Yeah.

Listen, I have an idea.

Why don't you invite one of your friends

from your old school this


Yeah, really. Of course.

Now let's go inside and get
something on that, okay?

And maybe I'll make you some tea.

- Oh yeah.
- Does that sound good?

I think that new girl
Dylan has a crush on you.

You do?

Who could blame her?

You 're the hottest guy in school.

Too bad she failed miserably
at her track trial.

Well, she actually did pretty good

before whatever happened to her,

so the coach is thinking of
giving her another chance.

Oh my God. It is hot in here.

I'm gonna get a drink.
Do you want anything?



Did you see it? Yeah?

- I saw, yeah.
- Okay.

Okay, okay. Listen everyone.

Make sure that you reach
chapter three tonight

and do the worksheet on the last page.

Okay? Have a good day.

Hey Dylan and Jonah, can you
stick around for a second?


Jonah, you um, you
failed the last pop quiz.

That's three in a row.

Now you know that if you fail
this class,

you can't participate in
after school activities.

That means no track team.

Dylan, highest grade in the class.


Nice job.

Thanks. We did some of
this stuff at my old school.

I could tell.

So the midterm's coming up.

It's 25% of your grade for the quarter.

If you can get that up to a B,

I can ex out the lower scores.

I mean, I'll try, but I
just don't get this stuff.

I know.

Dylan, I know you knew here

and I'm sure you're busy
with all your other classes,

but if you would be willing to
help Jonah

prep for this exam for
maybe a little extra credit,

maybe no homework assignments
until after the exam?

Sure. I guess so.

That works for me.

- Good.
- Thank you, Mr. D.

All right. See you both tomorrow.

So I guess we're study buddies now.

Jonah, about tryouts yesterday.

Yeah actually about that-

I really wanted to be on that team.

Running is one of the only things

that feels normal to me anymore.

Well, actually what
I was trying to say is-

Nothing like that has
ever happened before.

Do you think coach can
give me another chance?

Well, geez, Montrose,
can I say something now?

Your first 200 meters were faster

than any of the girls in the
whole school,

so coach is willing to give you
a shot.


Yeah. So I'll take that as

Yes. Thank you.

All right. Well, give me your phone.


Text me and we'll figure
out a time to study.

Yeah, okay.

Do you think Tiffany will be mad

that we're studying together?

I'll take care of it, but
I'll see you at practice.


- Yeah.
- All right.

You got this.

I just need you to focus, okay?

Focus and be the leader that you are.

All right.

Why did Mr. Dixon keep
you and Dylan after class?


Oh, he just asked her to
help me study for the midterm

so I don't fail the class.

First the track team and
now she's tutoring you?

It's like she's your stalker.

It's nothing, really.

She's like a genius with that stuff.

- What are you doing?
- Taking pics of us.


- All right.
- Hashtag relationship goals.

Oh my God. This is the

Oh my God!

I feel like I haven't seen
you in forever!

Natalie, this
is my Aunt Shannon.

Oh honey, so nice to meet you.

- Thank you for inviting me.
- Oh, of course.

Of course.


- Hi.
- I'm Daphne.

Welcome to Harcourt Manor.

And, Dylan?


Hi Dylan.

Congratulations on your 16th birthday.

Thank you.

Why don't you guys come inside

and I'll show you all around?

Amazing. Thank you.


- This place is so pretty.
- This place is huge.

It's amazing.

Well, we can do anything
for any vision you have.

I mean, we can change these tables,

we can put them anywhere.

- That sounds great.
- That's amazing.

Oh, what about a DJ?

- DJ Joe.
- DJ Joe.

Who's DJ Joe?

- He's amazing.
- Really?

We listen to his mixes on
social media all the time,

but he always does big music festivals.

He'd never do a small Sweet 16.

Well ask Uncle Scott.
I mean, you never know.

It doesn't hurt to ask, right?

Let's go talk about the details.


Your aunt is so nice.

Yeah, she's really
excited about the party.

- Yeah.
- So what's going on at home?

Literally nothing.

But how's your new school?

And you better not be replacing me.


And you're gonna love Julia.
She's coming over later.

So, good news.

It's available on May 14th,

which is a good thing that we
came today

because there's not another
availability until September.

But I said I would ask you first.

So what do you think?

Let's do it.


Ooh, I'm so excited.

We'll take it.

I can't believe it.

Harcourt Manor got booked on May 14th,

the night we were planning
for your Sweet 16.

What? Are you serious?

Yeah, I called to finalize the booking

and somebody had already
come down this morning

and made a deposit.

How could this happen? I
thought you called weeks ago.

I did. They said the room was available.

I didn't think it would be a problem.

How could you do this to me?

Tiffany, I am really
doing the best that I can.

Your best?

You're never even here.

You don't really care about me.

I am doing everything that I can

to give you what you want.

Maybe if you weren't always
out looking

for a new guy to be
another source of cash,

this wouldn't have happened.

We'll find another place for
your party.

There is no other place!

You promised me the perfect
Sweet 16.

Okay, fine.

I'll call them but they already said

that somebody else was
having a sweet 16 there.

It was like a, a Diane or
a, a Dylan or something.


That bitch is not gonna ruin my
Sweet 16.

Okay, let's make this a true sleepover.

It's beauty time.

Oh my god, you guys are
throwing me

way outta my comfort
zone tonight.

Let's go.

Hey, what's up?

I'm so bored. Wanna hang out?

I'm on my run right now.

After your run?

I'm studying with Dylan this afternoon

for like the quiz or whatever.

Oh, right, the study date.

Tiff, I need her help.

What time is she coming over?

Maybe we can hang out after?

Like five or something.

It should only be like an hour
or so.

Text me after?

All right. Well, I'll talk to
you then.

So what's the deal with this
Jonah guy?

Is he, like, cute or?

I guess so. He's nice,
but he has a girlfriend.

Oh my God.

Wait, you totally like him.

I do not. We're studying together.

Actually, I have to head
over to his house soon.

- Ooh, a study date.
- Ooh.

I don't really like this one, though.

Me, neither.

Look, I'm just telling you,

you really need to be careful
when it comes to Tiffany.

What's her deal?

Well, we used to be
friends in middle school

and then her parents got
divorced and she changed.

She's always been entitled,

but now it's like a whole other level.

I'm just saying, you
don't wanna mess with her.

Well, my parents are
getting a divorce now,

so I kind of feel bad for her,
you know?

Look just stay away from her, okay?

Okay, I hear you.

I think this is the one.

- Yes.
- You look great.

Natalie's on her way home.

- Hey.
- It was so good to see her.

Did everybody go home?


- How was shopping?
- We had so much fun.

- Oh, good.
- And I got this dress.

Let me see.

Oh, honey, it's perfect.

I love it.

We have to send a picture to mom.

Oh, that's a great idea.

Oh, did she tell you she's
coming to the meet tomorrow?

Yeah, I can't wait.

I know, me too. I'm so excited.

Can you actually drop me off
at Jonah's?

I'm helping him study for this
big exam.

Yeah, of course.

Awesome. I'm gonna get my books.

Okay, love.

- Hey.
- Hey.

Come on in.

We can do our homework
over there if you want.

- I got a little setup going.
- Okay.

Let's start with organic compounds.

You lost me already, Montrose.

Oh, okay. We can go
back a little further.


Hey, I meant to ask you,
how did you end up here?

Like did one of your parents
get relocated or something?

No, um, I'm staying
with my aunt and uncle.

Oh God, are your parents dead?

We don't have to talk about this.

My dad passed away
and my mom is actually

in a rehab for a few months.

That's really tough.

She had back surgery six
months ago

and she got hooked on painkillers.

We were in a car accident.

She's getting help and I came here.

I'm so sorry.

It's okay.

She's actually coming to the meet.

Yeah. I'm really excited to see her.

Okay, um, let's get back to it.

I actually made some flashcards.

You're k*lling me, Montrose.


What do you want?

The car was in a different
place than it was this morning.


Did you take the car out?

Tiffany, you don't even
have a learner's permit.

What are you doing?


I had to go somewhere and you
weren't here, like always.

Order a car next time.

Anything else you want?

That bitch Dylan thinks
she can ruin my Sweet 16?

Not a chance.

- Jenny, go get us cups.
- Oh, we have cups.

- The other cups.
- Other cups?

Go. Be useful.


Put a little of this in her
mom's drink.

Should be embarrassing enough
for anyone

that was going to be her
friend change their mind.

I know. I'm excited to see her.

I'm like a little bit nervous, though.

- But it's gonna be good.
- It's gonna be great.

You see her?

- No, uh-uh.
- Okay.

You wanna go grab some drinks?


- I'll get some seats.
- Okay, love you.

Hi, what can we get you?

All the proceeds are going
to a local food kitchen

that donates meals to be elderly.

Oh, honey. That's so nice.

I'll just take two
waters, that'll be great.

I'll do a lemonade.

That'll be $5.

Thank you. You're Dylan's mom, right?

I am, yeah.

We have a few classes with her.

Oh, really?

- How nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you, too.

Yeah. That's so cool.

- Oh, thank you.
- Here you go.

- Enjoy it.
- Oh, thank you.

Go Knights.

- Go Knights.
- Go Knights.

Have fun, girls.

- Oh, there he is.
- Hey guys.

Excuse me. Sorry.

Sorry you guys.

Excuse me, excuse me, excuse
me. Sorry.

Hi honey.

Thank you, thank you.

- Sorry, sorry.
- Hi.


- Water okay?
- Yes.

Everybody good?

They're getting ready.

- Excuse me, sorry.
- I know, I'm excited.

This is Julia. She's
a friend of Dylan's.

Hi, Ms. Montrose.

Hi. Oh, call me Cindy.

Oh there she is. Hey, Dylan!

I'll get your time for
the 400 meter, please.

Hey, mom!

Aunt Shannon, Uncle Scott!

- Hey.
- She looks so good.

I couldn't miss your first match.

We'll catch up later. Go, go win.

Go Knights!

Go Knights!

She looks so cute.

Get 'em!

- Dylan!
- Come on, Dylan!

Go! Come on, Dylan!

Go, Dylan!

Go, go, go!


Come on, come on!


Are you okay?

Yeah, I just feel, I feel
really dizzy.

Here they come,

- here they come!
- Oh, go, go, go, go!

- Woo!
- Yes!

Yes, they won!

Yes, yes!


Honey, what is wrong with you?

Way to go, kid!

I'm not feeling right.
I need to go upstairs.

I need to go upstairs.

Well do you want me to come
with you?

No, stay and watch her.

I got this.

- I think we should go.
- I know, I know.

Let me help you.

It's gonna be okay.

Don't worry.

Are you okay?

Mom! Oh my God!


Mom, get up please.

Mom? What did she take?

I don't know, I don't know.

She was fine before. Come on.

Oh guys. Let's get her outta here.

- Come here.
- Oh my god.

- We got you, come on.
- You're gonna be okay.

We got you.


You got her you got her, you go

Yeah, I got her, I got her.

I thought she was getting better.

Okay. It's okay, we got you.

It's okay.


Thank you.

How you feeling?

Ah, like my daughter might
never speak to me again.

I'm sorry, I have to ask.

What did you take?

Nothing. I have no idea what happened.

Cindy, please.

Please just tell me what you took

so I can tell the doctor
and we can help you.

Shannon, I haven't taken anything.

I have not taken one thing
since I checked into that place.

You have to believe me. Just, please.

I wanna believe you, I do,

but it definitely seemed like
you were on something and I...

Dylan, honey, I'm sorry.

- I'm-
- It's bad enough

I had to leave my old school.

Now you have to come to my new
school and ruin everything.

- I'm sorry.
- No.

You can't just say sorry

and expect for everything to be okay.


It's okay, honey.

Just give her some space, okay?

Just give her some space.



It's gonna be okay.

Hi sweetie. How was the meet?

I got Chinese.


Did you ever call Harcourt
Manor about my Sweet 16?

I did, sweetie, and I'm sorry,

but there's just nothing they
can do.

Oh, I need to get this.

Why don't you fix yourself a

Hey, how did it go?


It was an accident.

Are we hanging out after school?

Sorry, I can't today.

Don't tell me another study session.

Not exactly.

Dylan found an old bike
in her aunt's garage

and I told her I would help
her fix it up or something.

You're what?

Tiffany, Jonah. This is not
social hour.

Do you think spending all that time

with Dylan is a good idea?

Her mom is clearly on dr*gs or something.

Look, yesterday was really bad.

I thought she could use
like a friend or something.

Does it have to be you?

Okay. That's enough.

Tiffany, you can work with Julia.

Dylan, you work with Jonah.

Mr. Dixon, I promise I'll be quiet.

You are disrupting the class
all the time. It stops now.

Get your things.

Let's make the switch.

I'll keep an eye on her.

- Ow!
- Watch where you're going.

This switch will be permanent
for the rest of the quarter.

Tiffany, you are not
excused from my class.

Okay. Get back to work.

Oh my God, that was amazing,

Tiffany stomping off like that.

If by amazing you
mean terrible, then yes.

Well, so people can see

the obnoxious person she really is.

Oh my God. Do you think...

Tiffany? I mean, who
else could have done this?

Quick, help me take them
down before the bell rings.

Get the other side.

Here you go, baby.

Oh, thank you, honey.

So um, how's Dylan?

That thing with the flyers
seemed pretty nasty.

- I know, right?
- Yeah.

She thinks it's this girl, Tiffany.

Her boyfriend's the one
Dylan's been tutoring.

I think it's just a
teenage jealousy thing.

- Oh God.
- Yeah.

Oh, come in.

- Hi.
- Hi.

Is Dylan ready?

Ready for what?

Oh, well, one of the
guys on the track team

is having a small party

and I didn't think Dylan wanted
to go,

but she texted me and said that
she did.

- Oh that's great.
- Yeah.

Dylan, Julia's here.

- Hey.
- Hi.

Is it okay if I go out?

I wasn't going to, but then I decided

I'm not gonna let Tiffany keep
me down.

Good for you.

- That is what I like to hear.
- Wow.

And of course it's okay.

But Dylan, before you go, um...


Your uncle's been
making some phone calls

over the weekend and...

And I booked DJ Joe for your
Sweet 16.

Are you serious?


Well your uncle is very
cool and he's a lawyer

for this band that apparently DJ

been wanting to open for and...

And I pulled a few strings
and gave him a nice paycheck,

but you deserve it, kiddo.

This is incredible. Thank you.

You're welcome.

I won't be home late.

Okay. You girls have fun.

Thank you.

Thanks. Bye, guys.

Oh my gosh.

Hey. I'm glad you can
make it out tonight.

Me too.

You know, I know I didn't get
off to the greatest start,

but I'm trying to keep my head up.

No, that's the spirit. Go Knights.

Hey, I'll be right back.


Jonah, who do you think put up

all those flyers up at school?

'Cause I kind of think it was Tiffany.

Well, I mean, she's been
like a little jealous,

but I don't think she would ever do

- anything like that.
- Hey.

How are you guys doing tonight?

You guys having a good time?

Brian, you know you're
in a sports team, right?

If you get caught with
those, you'll be kicked off.

Dylan, calm down.

Guess her mom knows how to
have more fun than she does.



What? It's a joke.

Hey guys, I have a great idea.

Let's play truth or dare.

No, no, no. No chickening out.

You have nothing to hide, right?

Tiffany, seriously?

Julia, you used to be cool.

Maya. Truth or dare?



I dare you to kiss Brian.



Tiffany, truth or dare.

Is this even a game

or are you guys just going back
and forth?


Dylan, truth or dare?

Everyone's waiting.

Okay, truth.

Hmm. I've got it.

Do you like Jonah?

- What?
- Tiff, that's enough.

It's a natural question.

All those study dates,

or should I just ask of
you two already doing it?

What? Of course not.

Okay, game's over.

Tiff, what is wrong with you?

Are you okay?

I was okay until Dylan got here

and now she's trying to
steal you away from me

and ruin my Sweet 16.

Your Sweet 16? What
are you talking about?

My Sweet 16 was supposed
to be at Harcourt Manor

the day you booked yours.

I had no idea.

You should probably cancel.

Do you even have enough
friends to fill it up?

Geez, Tiffany,

do you have to be such
a bitch to everyone?

- Will you shut up?
- Stop it!

Your mom is a mess.

You put on this goody two shoes act.

Who would even wanna come to
your party?

I'll go to Dylan's party.

You will?


No, you won't.

Actually I have a better idea.

I'll be her date.

Jonah, I know that
you're trying to be nice,

but if you do this, we're done.

Then I guess we're done.


You're breaking up with me?

Don't you ever come crawling


Come on!

Are you sure you're ready?


It's been a while since the
track meet

and I need her advice on
all this Tiffany stuff.


I'm gonna give you guys some
time to talk.

Just text or call me when you're

and I'll come up, okay?


Thanks, Aunt Shannon

Oh, I love you so much, sweetheart.

I love you, too.

- Thank you, Aunt Shannon.
- Oh honey, of course.

- Okay, I'll see you soon.
- Okay.

I wish dad were here.

- Mom.
- Hi.


- I missed you.
- I missed you, too.

I wanted let you know that I
believe you

about not taking anything
on the day of the meet.

Dylan, I'm so glad about that

and I'm so sorry that I
embarrassed you that day.

I know you are.

You know, the doctors don't
even know

what was in my system because
by the time I got back here,

it had already worn off.

Well, I don't know what,
but I think I know who.

This girl Tiffany at school, she
hates me,

and I think she set you up.

Wait, is she a cheerleader?

Yeah, why?

She's the girl who sold me my drink.

She could've put something in it.

And she did the same
thing with my uniform

for the tryouts.


At first I thought it was because

she was jealous of me
tutoring her boyfriend,

but then she told me my Sweet 16

was set for the same date and place

that she was supposed to have hers.

Oh, no.

Mom, I never meant for
any of this to happen.

Maybe I should just cancel my party.

Oh no, no, no, no.

You are not gonna cancel your party.

Not for this girl, not for anybody.

We are gonna celebrate you

because you deserve have to have fun.

Mom, I just don't know
what she's gonna do next.

She's a 15 year old girl.

How dangerous could she be?



I was reading this earlier

and it really made me think
about you.

- Oh cool.
- Yep.

Ah, Mrs. Hartfield. So
glad you could come in.

Please, call me Gloria.

So what is this meeting all

Has Tiffany done something

Have a seat.

Not exactly, but Tiffany's
been very disruptive lately.

It's just not like her,

so I thought it was
best for you to come in

to discuss it with me.

Well, Mr. Dixon, Tiffany has been

through a whole lot lately.

She and Jonah broke up
and as you can imagine,

that's extremely difficult
for a teenage girl.

Of course.

So you don't think there could
be anything else going on?


As a matter of fact, I
wanted to ask you why it is

that you seem to be
singling out my daughter?

I'm just concerned.

She seems different than she did

at the beginning of the year,

so I think it would be best for us

to set up a time for you
to come back with Tiffany

and maybe one of our guidance counselors.

Well I'll talk with Tiffany
about it

but I can tell you right now,
she's not going to like that.

She's a very smart girl.

I'd really hate to see her
go down the wrong path.

Okay, well, why don't
you just give me a call

and we can see about
setting up that meeting?


Thank you so much for coming in.

Almost have this.

There you go.

Hey, I'm sorry about your car.

Yeah, so am I.

Do you think Tiffany did it?

I hope not.

She knows I don't have
the money for the repairs.

- Oh!
- Oh my gosh.

I am so sorry.

I didn't mean to.

I'm making it worse.

Yeah. Let's go get you cleaned up.

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

Here, you can change
into one of these shirts.

Here, you can change into this.

The bathroom's right there.

- Thanks.
- Yeah.

So stupid.

Is everything good?

Okay, I'm coming out.

Looks good on you.

Oh, thanks.

Um, you don't have to
be my date to the party.

You don't want me to be your

Oh no, I mean I do,

but I won't hold you to it.

Only if you want to.

Dylan, I know I just
broke up with Tiffany,

but I like you.

You do?


And I'd love to be your
date to be Sweet 16.

Only if you want me to though.

I'd like that.

Uh, I should probably get going.

- Yeah.
- Thanks for helping me

with my bike.


Do you want me to walk you out?


Tiffany, can I speak
to you for a second?

What do you want?

Watch your tone.

I want to talk to you about
why your grades are slipping

and you seem so distracted.

Maybe because you pulled
me away from my boyfriend

and basically pushed him into
the arms of another girl.

Sorry, I forgot my textbook.

We'll discuss all of this
tomorrow with your mother.

My mother?


She met with me yesterday

and we agreed to meet again
tomorrow with you there as well.

You called my mom to come in?

What do you have against me?

I don't have anything against you,

but based on your behavior lately,

I think it's best if you meet
with a guidance counselor

or maybe even a therapist.

You think that there's
something wrong with me?

Not at all.

Look, I've got a long night
writing the midterm exam.

We'll talk more about all this tomorrow.


Tiffany. What are you doing

Since I'm so crazy, who knows?

I didn't say you were crazy.

Now come on, it's late.
You shouldn't be here.

Stop telling me what to do.

What does it matter to you?

I know that being a
teenager can be confusing,

but sometimes it helps to talk
to someone.

Didn't you hear?

They had me talk to therapist
when my parents got divorced.

I'm cured.

Tiffany, I know you're upset.

You don't know anything
about me or my life.

Don't pretend like you care.


Poor Mr. Dixon.

I hope I got an A on that test.

- What?
- Nothing.

Wait, what's with you
today? You're so giddy.

Jonah kissed me.

Tell me everything.

He was helping me fix my bike

and we went up to his room
and it sort of just happened.

Oh my God.

Wait, does that mean you
guys are like a thing now?

I have no idea.

I just don't want anymore
attention from Tiffany.

Dylan, Julia?


Oh my god, did you
guys hear what happened?

No. What?

Mr. Dixon.

He fell down the stairs
yesterday and he died.

Oh my God.

- Seriously?
- Yeah.

Maybe he dropped his cane
or tripped or something.

And we have chem right now.

Yeah, let's go.

Hey, hey, can I get your

All eyes on me, please.

I'm sure you've all heard
the sad news about Mr. Dixon.

Principal Macauley is with his family

and she called me and asked
me to come and speak to you.

We'll have counselors available

for anyone who needs to speak to someone.

For today, you have a study hall period.

Books out. Let's go.

I still can't believe
what happened to Mr. Dixon.

Don't you think it's sad?

Why would I think it's sad?

Tiff, he died. Like, at his job.

That's sad.

Oh my gosh. Those are so beautiful.

Oh, that's perfect.

That's gorgeous.

Are you girls sure you want

to go through this party stuff?


I'm sure you're probably
really upset about your teacher

- and I just-
- Well, we talked about it

a lot in our classes and I think

we can use the distraction.

Yeah, I agree.


Well the invitations went out yesterday

and the only thing left
to do is go cake tasting

and pick out the cake.

- Oh, that sounds so fun.
- Oh, it's gonna be great.

And the floor sent these over,

so see what you like, go
through everything and...

Hey mom.

Hi honey. How are you?

Aunt Shannon told you
about my chem teacher, right?

Yeah. I'm so sorry. Did
you know him pretty well?

I liked his class,

but there's something I
can't stop thinking about.

What is it?

Tiffany hated him.

What did Tiffany hating him

have to do with your teacher
being in an accident?

Well, I overheard
them talking after class

and he said that he was
gonna talk to her mom

and get her a therapist or something.

Honey, I know that this girl
has given you a hard time,

but are you saying that
you think that Tiffany

had something to do with
your teacher's death?

I don't know. This just all
feels weird.

Dylan, you promise me you're

stay away from that girl, okay?

I'll try.

I'll call you tomorrow.

Okay. I love you.

- Love you, too.
- Bye.

Are you still mourning the
loss of our chemistry teacher

or can you help me pick out a


Remind me to never call you
when I need cheering up.

Sure. What are these dresses

My Sweet 16.

Oh, good. You're
having it somewhere else?

Uh, no, I have a new
plan that'll definitely

get Dylan's party canceled
and you're gonna help me.

I really can't get in trouble

with my parents right now, Tiff.

Oh yeah?

Do you remember that time you
went out with Aaron Wilson

and your parents thought
you were sleeping over here?

You wouldn't.

I'm sure your mom and dad
would love

to hear about where you really were.

Okay, fine.

What do you want me to do?

We are gonna call on a
tip that the track team

has been using dr*gs at parties.

The school has a zero tolerance policy.

They'll do some random drug tests

and they'll find some prescription
stuff and probably more.

So the whole team will get in

They'll have to at the very least

forfeit the next meeting and if
they do,

they won't qualify for state
this year.

But Dylan won't test positive.

You saw her at Brian's party.

She practically freaked out
at the sight of a pill bottle.

Exactly, she's so anti-drug,

that's why everyone's gonna think

that she's the one who made the call.

But won't the school know
the call came from your phone?

I will make my number
private before we call.

Good idea.

If that girl is the reason

that our championship winning
track team

can't go to state this year,

no one's gonna wanna go anywhere
near her.

Let's pick out a dress.

I like the pink call one.

Well I don't.

All right, team.

We have a big game coming up
this week with the Titans,

and I need for all of you
to show up, be focused.

Be ready to win.


Yes, sir.

Hold on a sec.

Coach Howard here.


I will look into that.

Thank you.

A tip was called into the school hotline

saying that some members of our team

have been using illegal substances.

Now the school takes this very seriously.

I'm gonna have to look into this.

Practice is canceled until
further notice.

You know, I heard it was
Dylan who called in the tip.

She's super anti-drug.


She's gonna ruin this
whole season for all of us.

I know. She's the worst.

Obvious. Where is she now?



How was practice?

It was actually cut short

because coach got a
call from the principal

about an anonymous tip.

Some of the kids at
school are doing dr*gs.

Oh, God.


Look, I, I really hope that
you stay away from that stuff.

You don't have to worry.

Especially with mom,

that's one of the last
things I wanna be doing.



Well, I'll leave you to study,
but keep me up to date, okay?

- Mm-hm, okay.
- Okay.

Please tell me there's no more flyers

hanging up somewhere.

Not that I've seen.

But people are staring at me, right?


Not sure why though.

Look, I have to go to art class,

but I'll ask someone if they
know what's going on, okay?

Okay. I'm gonna head to the cafeteria.

Maybe I can figure it out.




My bad.


What are you gonna call in a

I didn't make that call.

Dylan, it's one thing
not to wanna partake,

but you didn't have to
rat the rest of us out.

I didn't.

What do you want?

I wasn't sure if you wanted to study.

This is our regular time.

I'm pretty sure any agreement

we had with Dixon is out the
window now, don't you think?

I just thought we can hang out.

Dylan, the track team
is everything to me.

I could get a scholarship for
college and be totally set.

I didn't make that call.

I don't know why everyone thinks
I did.

Well I heard it from Brian

who heard it from Jenny
who heard it from Madison-

It wasn't me.

But I do think being on a
team is way more important

than taking some pills
at some stupid party.

If you think I did it,

then maybe I shouldn't be here
right now.

Well, maybe that's best.


Hey mom, what am I gonna do?

Why does everybody think
you're the one

who planted the tip?

This has to be Tiffany's fault.

She's been trying to
get everyone against me

so I would cancel my Sweet
16 so she could have hers.

So how do we prove it was her?

We'll have to trace the call.

Oh honey, I don't
think that's a good idea.

Do you know how to
do something like that?

I have a few tricks I could try,

but I mean, I don't have any
of my equipment here and...

Please mom, I'll bring you my computer

and anything else you need.

Sweetheart, you know that
I would do anything for you

and I wanna help you, but I
don't think it's a good idea

for me to be digging around
phone records

when I'm not supposed to be.

I just need to know if Tiffany

is the one who did this.







- Jonah.
- Oh my gosh.

What are you doing here?

I had to see you.

Well my mom's inside,
so can you keep it down?

Did you get my text?

I miss you, Jonah.

And now all this drama with
the track team, are you okay?

I just hope we don't have
to bow out of the next meet.

I'll never get a scholarship

if the team and gets disqualified
for the rest of the year.

That would be awful.

I also came here because I
wanted to see

if maybe we could pick things up

- where he left off-
- Tiffany.

I'm still mad about what happened

at the party the other night.

I can't just forget about that.

I'm gonna need some time
to think about this.

Okay, I'll go, but...

I'm here for you.


Honey, are you ready for school?


Actually I have a really
big favorite to ask you.

What's up?

Can you drive me to see mom

instead of going to school

It's really important.

Why what's going on?

I spoke to mom last night and
she said

that she might be able to help
me prove

that I didn't make the call.


Well how?

With her super computer skills.



Okay I'll call the
school and let them know

you're not coming in,
but if this doesn't work,

I'm sorry, but you have
to go back tomorrow, okay?

Well then this has to work.

- Hey mom.
- Hi.

Hi sweetheart.

- Hi.
- Oh, am I glad to see you.

- Thank you for doing this.
- Yeah, honey, of course.

I just hope it works.

- Oh, yeah.
- Do you need anything else?

Uh, no, just time and a little luck.

I'll let you guys go. I got this.

Where's your friend?

She stayed home.

Of course she did.

How could anyone show their face

after ruining the whole
season for the track team?

Look, you and I both know
Dylan didn't make that call.

- That's not what I heard.
- Me either.

I can't imagine why anyone
would wanna be her friend now,

except I guess if you're
already a loser...

Okay, here we go.

What did you find?

So I got into the phone
provider logs

for the school's answering service

and there's a call that came in
at 8:33 PM

from a blocked number.

Oh, of course she blocked her number.


So I can't see what
number called the hotline,

but when I crosscheck it
with the outgoing phone calls

from Tiffany's phone, I can
see what number she called,

and here it is.

Tiffany made an outgoing call

to the high school answering
service at 8:33 PM.

- Yes.
- Okay, okay, okay.

What do we do with this

I can't exactly call the principal

and say, hey, we hacked
into your phone records and-

No, but we could tell the principal

that Dylan's being bullied over it

and that we think the phone call

- was made without just cause.
- Oh, that's good.

That's good, that's gonna work.

- I'm gonna call.
- Okay.

Thanks, mom.

Any time.


You are not gonna believe this.

Tell me.

Your mom and your aunt's
plan totally worked.

What happened?

I was in sixth period
and they called everyone

down to the auditorium
over the loud speaker.


So everyone goes down there

and the principal goes up on the stage

and he said that he has new information

about the call placed.
_ Okay.

So they didn't see any wrongdoing

so they think the call was just
a prank.

So they're switching the investigation

over from possible drug
use to who placed the call.

- Oh my God, it worked.
- Yeah.

- Oh my gosh.
- Yeah.

So now Tiffany's the only one

that has to keep her head down.

Oh, finally.

And your party's only a few
days away.

I know. Oh my...

We have to go tell Uncle Scott.

Okay, yeah.


I hate her.

They're investigating the call, Maya.

The call that we made.

That was your idea.

You said that you put
your number on private.

I did, but what if they find

I'll never get Jonah back

and the whole school is gonna
hate me

when they're supposed to hate Dylan.

Okay, I know you're really upset

about the whole party thing,

but it might be time to let it go.

Let it go?

You don't understand.

My dad and I used to go to
brunch at Harcourt Manor.

It was our special place

and we have talked about
have my Sweet 16 there

since I was in kindergarten.

So what do you wanna do?

Well if I can't have my
Sweet 16 at Harcourt Manor,

then neither can she.

Come on.

- We don't have a car.
- I do have one,

I just don't have a license yet.

Who cares?

Come on.

Maya, come on.

Maya, put 'em in the back seat.

We're not thinking about
it. We're doing it.


Keep up.

I'm trying.

Put 'em in the back.

You stay here. I'm gonna go
see if can pick the lock.

- This is a bad idea.
- Keep your mouth shut.

Let's go.

What did you do?


Can I have some coffee?

Sure, honey.

You look like you're in a good mood.

I am.


Why was the car missing
from the driveway last night

when I looked outside?

Mom, you really don't
wanna know.


Can you pick me up from cheer

Oh honey, I'm sorry, I can't.

I have a showing.

Is everything okay?

Maya flaked on a homework
assignment and I gotta go.

Bye, mom.

Bye, honey.

It looks so good, honey.

- Hey, good morning.
- Hey kiddo.

So, you ready to get back to

Yeah, I feel pretty
good about it, actually.

Ohm honey. That makes me so happy.

We wanna bring you the latest-

- Hey, guys.
- On a developing story.

- What?
- Isn't that Harcourt Manor?

At a city landmark.

A sad day in Peachtree City

for all those who love the
historic Harcourt Manor.

The 85 year old country club

was badly damaged in a
fire late last night.

Police are investigating the source,

but Harcourt Manor will be
closed until further notice.

- No.
- Oh.

This party's cursed.

Honey, look at me.

It's gonna be okay, okay?

I'm gonna fix this.

Don't bother.

I should have never had a big party.


I'm sorry.

- It's okay.
- I just feel so bad.

Tiff, the fire is
on like every news channel.

Pull it together, Maya.

No one will ever know.

What if somebody finds out?

My parents would k*ll me.

Like really k*ll me.

If you would just be cool,
everything will be fine.

Come on.


It's me. I'm in my car.

I'm calling you in between classes.

Did you see the news?

I'm not coming to school today.

That's what I'm calling to
tell you.

Tiffany and Maya are behind
the fire at Harcourt Manor.

Seriously? How do you know?

I overheard them talking in
the bathroom

and Maya was freaking out
because the fire

was all over the news.

She kept saying that her
parents will k*ll her.

Okay, well the rumors are
one thing, but this is crazy.

We can't let her get away with this.

But hasn't she already won?

How can you have a Sweet 16

if there's no way for you to
have it?

We have to figure out a
way to get her to admit it.

Are you kidding? Tiffany
will never do that.

Tiffany won't,

but Maya will.

I'll call you back.

Okay, bye.



What's the matter? Why
aren't you in school?

I need your help again.

- Oh, hey.
- Hey.

- Do you have a second?
- Yeah, sure.

I guess so.

So have you spoken to Dylan

About the fire?

Yeah. I talked to her this morning.

It's insane.

So what is she gonna do? I
mean, is her party canceled?

I'm not sure.

Well I hope she figures it out.

I was really planning on being
her date.

You really like her, don't you?


I do.

- I'll see you later.
- Okay.


Mom, thank you for coming.

Of course, honey, anything for you.

I told the doctor my
daughter had an emergency

and I had to go.

Did you find anything yet?

I was able to get into Maya's

Did it say anything about
Harcourt Manor or the fire?

Well, there was a text from
Maya to Tiffany this morning

that said no one can
know about last night.

But that could, that
could mean anything, right?

- I mean-
- Right.

And then there was one
from Tiffany to Maya

that said calm down,
everything's fine.

And then there was one from
Maya back to Tiffany that said

you said it would only small fire.

This is serious.

Mom, that's it.

Well, what do we do now?

We get Maya to confess that
she and Tiffany set the fire.



Julia's coming over and we'll
figure out how to get to Maya.

Shouldn't we call the police

or the manager of Harcourt

No, I think we should
get Maya to confess first.

Oh, sweetie.

I heard the news about Harcourt Manor.

I know how much you love that place.

I'm fine.

Well, it's a good thing
we rebooked your party

for the Montgomery Creek Inn.

Whoever booked that
party at Harcourt Manor

is sure to be canceled now.

Well, if you play with fire,

you're gonna get burned.

You know, Tiffany announced
to everyone at school today

that she's having a last
minute Sweet 16 celebration

at the Montgomery Creek
Inn tomorrow night.

Where is that?

It's not far from here,

but since the news broke about
the fire at Harcourt Manor

and that your party will
probably be canceled,

Tiffany's convinced everyone
else to go to hers instead.

She makes me so mad.

What are we gonna do?

Well, we have to have prove to everyone

that Tiffany is the one that did it.

I like the sound of that.

Oh, I talked to Jonah today.

Yeah, you did?

How is he?

Well, he was a little
upset about your party.

Well, let's prove that Tiffany

was the one that burned
Harcourt Manor to the ground,

then I'll talk to Jonah.

I just thought you should know.

So are you getting
dressed or moving out?

Go away. I'm not ready yet.

Can I at least get a look at
this dress?


It's gorgeous.

I know.


Tonight's gonna be perfect.

It is.

Just you wait and see.

Hm, no thanks to you.

Ugh, what are you doing here?

I need to talk to you about
last night.

What about it?

I know you and Tiffany are responsible

for the fire at Harcourt Manor.

I don't know what you're
talking about.

Yes you do.

You, Tiffany, some gasoline and
a match.

That's a great story, Dylan.

So you didn't say, "You said
it was gonna be a small fire.

This is serious?"

You stole my phone?

I didn't steal your phone,

but I did get some help
getting some of your texts.

You can't just hack into
people's phone, Dylan.

What do you want?

Just tell me what you
know about the fire.

She's gonna hate me.

Maya, if you don't tell me
you're going down with her.

I can't. I promised.

You both could get
arrested for what you did.

I didn't wanna do it.

Tiffany said if she couldn't
have her party at Harcourt,

you couldn't either.

I didn't know she wanted
burn the place to the ground.

Thank you for your help.

That's it?

Yep. That's it.

It wasn't my idea.

Dylan, it wasn't my fault.

I think we should just wait here.

Yeah. The police will
be here any minute.


What's going on?

Tiffany Hartfield?


You're under arrest for arson

and the destruction of property.


Turn around and put your
hands behind your back.


Turn around.

- Tiffany?
- Mom, do something.

You're making a mistake,
you're making a mistake.

- Tiffany.
- Mom, mom!

Tiffany? But what did
you do?

I didn't do anything!

What's happening?

Losers anyway, I don't
want you at my party.


- Oh, Tiffany.
- Mom!

Oh Tiffany, I'm gonna
come for you, baby.

Do something.

Karma's a bitch.

Come on, girls.

Everything's gonna be okay.

It's going to be okay,
everything's going to be fine.

I'm gonna take good care of you

and we'll get through this
together, as a family.

Hey, mom.

Hi honey. Happy birthday.


I told you I wouldn't miss
this for anything in the world.

Oh honey, I know that this isn't

the party that we planned, but-

Yeah, no DJ Joe, but he does
owe me one,

so maybe a graduation party?


You know, actually, I think
I like this a lot better.

Oh, good.

Oh, I think there's
someone here to see you.

- Hi.
- Hi.

Uh, this is for you.

Thank you.

Very funny.

What am I supposed to do?

Tie these to my handlebars?

I mean you could, but
maybe we should go up front.

Let's go up front.

Come on, guys.

Seriously? A car?

Oh my God.

Oh my god.

Oh honey, it's from all three
of us.

Happy birthday, sweetheart.

We love you.

Isn't it so sick?

Thanks, mom!

You're welcome, baby.

Of course, I love you.

Guys, thank you so much.

- You're welcome.
- Oh, you deserve it, baby.

- Watch out, world.
- Can you believe this?

Oh honey, you deserve it.
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