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  • (upbeat music)

  • - I am back!

  • - My dad called this dumb creature his first son,

  • AKA Chimpy and when Chimpy was here,

  • I felt like a baby, a powerless worm boy,

  • drained of my sunny strength,

  • but as the flame burns this photo, it fills me with power.

  • - Ya huh and it looks so fricken cool!

  • I can't stand it.

  • Burning stuff rules.

  • - My life is only about two things now,

  • chillin' with my spastic girlfriend.

  • - And feeding the flame.

  • - Mm, dad?

  • - Not now, Junior!

  • You're father's got a sweet, blue fin on the line,

  • that (inhales) new book tuna.

  • - Can Junior help?

  • - Yeah, by scootin' your little bowl-cut overboard

  • and letting me reel in the catch of a lifetime.

  • - Mm, but dad?

  • - No buts!

  • Dad's busy and fresh out of dumb fishing metaphors.

  • Here, go chew gum with Son and leave me alone.

  • (Junior grunts) (door thumps)

  • (dramatic, slow music)

  • (flames crackling)

  • (Junior grunting)

  • - Junior, my young ember.

  • - Oh.

  • - [Together] Welcome to the Cult of Eternal Flame.

  • (Junior grumbles)

  • (upbeat music) - Son?

  • - [Son] Not now, dad.

  • - Hey son. - Get out!

  • - [Dad] I love you, son! (upbeat music)

  • (dad laughing)

  • - Are you sure this is okay?

  • - Ssh brethren,

  • I don't want nark Blark snuffing out our place, craze.

  • We must keep our voices to a simmer.

  • Oh, my puns are on fire.

  • (laughing) I did it again.

  • - Fuel for the eternal flame, my fire lord.

  • Imagine the epic meltage.

  • - Incandescence, my priestess.

  • Your inner flame is blinding.

  • (laughing maniacally)

  • - What's this all about, Blark?

  • You know I don't like being in your room.

  • I find you gross.

  • - Shh.

  • No one can know what's going on in here, Fletch.

  • This meeting is strictly between you, me

  • and this pair of 1916 Army issued, cold rolled,

  • steel soled, great war combat boots.

  • - (gasps) Oh my God, the stories are true.

  • How'd you do it, Blark?

  • - Remember that 18 carat gold bar we found

  • in that bunker in Beirut?

  • I tossed it through a pawn shop window

  • and stole these boots.

  • (shattering glass) - Get back here!

  • - The way I see it,

  • I can keep these babies in mint condition

  • until they appreciate into a proper college fund for Son.

  • Or--

  • - We spend the rest of the day kicking shit.

  • (energetic rock music)

  • - An evil punch card to Chubby's Food House,

  • the very place that holds

  • the greasy cure to mother's hangovers.

  • A little girl

  • should never have to scooter through a drive-through!

  • I release you to the flame.

  • - [Together] Burn that which brings you pain,

  • fuel the light of eternal flame.

  • (Junior grumbles)

  • - What burdens you, young ember?

  • Release your troubles into the fire.

  • - The eternal flame takes the bad and burns it good.

  • (Junior grumbling)

  • - I should go. (energetic music)

  • (carefree music)

  • (crashing)

  • (laughing) (energetic, rock music)

  • (crashing) (laughing)

  • (grunting) (crashing)

  • - Spin kick!

  • - Yeah!

  • Woo, I haven't stomped like that

  • since I was a tester at Mozzelstomp,

  • a factory that made wine glasses for Jewish weddings.

  • - [Group] Hey!

  • - We have to kick quietly.

  • Don't want Son to know we piped his dumb toys for boot gas.

  • Now, use that foxy leg canon

  • to silently destroy this glass palace.

  • (grunting)

  • (glass shatters)

  • - Yeah, packing up the old outline now

  • and I'll be at the agency in 20 minutes to pitch you.

  • - [Miles] Stacey, do not (bleep) me again.

  • - Miles, Miles, this is my magnum opus.

  • Fitzgerald wrote "Gatsby", Tolkien wrote "Rings"

  • and I am writing "The Joy of Being a Patient Parent."

  • (Miles talking) - Um dad?

  • - Junior, no!

  • (bleep) No!

  • (Junior grumbles) Yeah, ya heard right,

  • it's a parenting book, yeah, about patience.

  • (Junior grumbles) (dramatic music)

  • - Eternal flame accepts all.

  • Cast your burden into its righteous maul.

  • - Tell us, young ember,

  • what troubles do you cast into the flame?

  • - (grumbling) A paradox of bad parenting.

  • If Stacey writes this book, it will fail.

  • Misery will follow.

  • If I destroy it now, a lesser misery (grunts) will follow,

  • leaving just enough time for me to be tended to,

  • thus, (grunts) I poison the well from which I drink,

  • with willful guilt and frightful shame,

  • I cast you into the righteous (grunting)

  • righteous (grunting)

  • I cast you into the righteous (grunting)

  • - [Regina] You okay, dude?

  • (Junior gasping)

  • - Flame!

  • - It's game time, Stace, time to make mama proud.

  • (dramatic music) - Don't chew gum, son.

  • - Junior.

  • - [Group] Burn that which brings you pain.

  • Fuel the light of eternal flame.

  • Burn that which brings you pain.

  • Fuel the light of eternal flame.

  • Burn that which brings you pain.

  • Fuel the light of eternal flame.

  • (dramatic, slow music) (gasping)

  • (door slams) - Junior!

  • Oh thank goodness. (gasping)

  • Give

  • me

  • the envelop.

  • - Huh,

  • I love you, dad.

  • (dad gasping)

  • (Junior screaming)

  • (dramatic, slow music)

  • (dad screaming)

  • (crashing)

  • (cheerful, jazzy music)

  • (clattering) (labored breathing)

  • - Wait a minute, I know that smell.

  • (sniffs) Burning human flesh.

  • - (sniffs) From the scent,

  • I'd say it's a white.

  • (Stacey screaming)

  • - We were playing in the garage

  • and Stacey lit himself on fire!

  • - You thinking what I'm thinking?

  • - Hard to say, does it rhyme with strom stracy?

  • (screaming) (fire crackling)

  • As long as I'm here by your side

  • Then times are strung together

  • Around your life

  • This world may stand against us

  • But we'll make it through all right

  • When I'm here by your side

  • (chaotic screaming) (cheery, slow music)

  • - Son, normally I'd be super P.O.'ed to find out

  • you were burning stuff in the garage,

  • but I suppose I got a little destructive

  • with my own urges today.

  • Tell you what, let's call it even Steven

  • and never talk of this again.

  • - You got it, dad.

  • Hey, have you seen my collectible action figures?

  • - We agreed to never talk of this again.

  • (son whimpers)

  • Now, if you'll excuse me,

  • I need to invoice Stacey for ruining my boots

  • with his burny skin. (laughs)

  • (door slams)

  • (crickets chirping)

  • - [Miles] Hey Stacy, your buddy Miles here.

  • You know, just waiting outside of the agency.

  • Coffee's finished, biscuit has been eaten,

  • been 25 minutes since you would be here 15 minutes ago!

  • What the (bleep) do you think this is, Stacey?

  • I gave you a chance, you little (bleep) worm.

  • If you (voice trails off behind music)

  • (dramatic music) - I'm back.

  • (dramatic, orchestral music)

(upbeat music)

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A Cult of Fire – Blark and Son (Season 2, Ep. 2)

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/31
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