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  • [bright chime]

  • [dramatic music]

  • ♪ ♪

  • [both grunting]

  • ♪ ♪

  • Aah!

  • ♪ ♪

  • [gasping]

  • [grunting]

  • ♪ ♪

  • [passengers exclaiming]

  • ♪ ♪

  • Go, move, get out of my way!

  • Somebody grab him!

  • [grunts]

  • ♪ ♪

  • No, no, no, no.

  • ♪ ♪

  • - Please stand back...

  • ♪ ♪

  • - Get out of my way! Move!

  • Aah!

  • [grunts]

  • No! [yells]

  • [desolate music]

  • [mumbling]

  • ♪ ♪

  • ♪ ♪

  • [stirring music]

  • ♪ ♪

  • [Car Seat Headrest's "1937 State Park"]

  • No one should ever have to look at themselves

  • No!

  • High school teen dream

  • Dies in the hospital

  • Leaves behind a journal and a pair of Air Jordans

  • Lyrics of popular rock ballads

  • Changed to include his name

  • ♪ I'm taking back my heart

  • You were digging a hole for it six feet deep

  • At the state park at the state park

  • [music continues over earpiece]

  • Henry, you're gonna make me late for school again!

  • Come on!

  • You take more pills than my grandma.

  • - Well, you dress like mine.

  • - Oh. - Good morning, girls.

  • - Hi. - Good morning.

  • Mom.

  • I made you scrambled eggs and cream cheese.

  • Your favorite.

  • Can I take my car out after school?

  • Yeah, as soon as I'm home from work.

  • Can I go alone if I stay close to the house?

  • No, no--not until the doctor says it's okay.

  • Could you just please sit down and have a bite of those eggs

  • that I slaved, like, three minutes in the kitchen over?

  • You can't take your pills on an empty stomach.

  • Well, she's not hungry 'cause she had herself

  • a midnight snack.

  • It's still sitting there.

  • Do we need to have another talk about wasting?

  • Uh, no, 'cause I plan on finishing this later.

  • Did you go out last night?

  • Um, just for some air.

  • In the middle of the night?

  • The air is out there all night long.

  • I don't know what that means. You're talking about air?

  • Why do I always have to take her to school?

  • 'Cause she's family now.

  • She's not family, Dad.

  • Have a heart. Help your old man out.

  • You and I drive away to our paradise

  • I'll be out of your hair soon, okay?

  • What's that?

  • Just we never really stay in the same place

  • for longer than six months, so...

  • So young and reckless wild and zealous

  • Well, your mom's already beating my dad's record, so...

  • Only a matter of time before it ends, right?

  • Here we go here we go

  • - ♪ I don't have an apartment

  • Thought if I was smart I'd make it far, but

  • ♪ I'm still at the start

  • Guess I'm contagious

  • It'd be safest if you ran

  • That's what they all just end up doing in the end

  • Take my car and paint it black

  • Take my arm break it in half

  • - If you don't like it, man, you can find your own damn ride

  • to school, huh?

  • - ♪ I need the buzz of a sub

  • Need the crack of a whip

  • Need some blood in the cut

  • ♪ I need noise

  • ♪ I need the buzz of a sub

  • Need the crack of a whip

  • Need some blood in the cut

  • ♪ ♪

  • - How's it going?

  • - Hi. - Hi.

  • You're not wearing your

  • spirit bracelet.

  • - Ooh, I left it in the trash. Sorry.

  • - Did you now?

  • Um, I was wondering if you

  • wanted to go to the game Friday.

  • - What do you think?

  • - Uh, I think if I keep asking you,

  • you know, my odds are bound to go up, right?

  • - Do you know that you've, like,

  • struck out ten times already?

  • For an athlete, your batting average is shit.

  • - Yeah, well, you know, at least I play with heart,

  • you know? And I'm not even, uh,

  • a baseball player, lucky for me.

  • [people cheering distantly]

  • - And now, a player who needs no introduction:

  • number 32, Clay Boone!

  • [cheers and applause]

  • - Now what's up, Reston?

  • Are you ready to kick the Rebels' ass this Friday?

  • Give me a W... - W!

  • - Give me an A... - A!

  • - Give me an R... - R!

  • - Give me another R! - R!

  • - Give me an I... - I!

  • - Give me an O... - O!

  • - Katy, good work.

  • You got a B plus.

  • Townes, you got an A, again.

  • Townes?

  • Townes. [snaps fingers] Hey!

  • Townes. - Uh, someone took my pen.

  • - Oh, come on. Not this again, Townes.

  • - Who took my blue pen?

  • My blue pen was stolen. - Townes...

  • - My blue pen was right here. - Earth to Townes!

  • Sit down. - My blue pen--

  • - Sick of you disrupting my class.

  • - Someone stole my pen. - Sit your ass down

  • before I tape it to your chair.

  • - My blue pen was stolen.

  • - I don't care about your pen. Take a seat.

  • - It was stolen! - Look, you have a black pen,

  • you have a red pen. You have two pens!

  • - It was stol-- - Sit down!

  • - I have a question for you, Shelly.

  • Why do we have to call you "Doctor"?

  • You're not actually a PhD, are you?

  • I actually looked you up, Mr. Gibson.

  • You did your post-grad

  • at the University of Cincinnati, right?

  • - Young lady, choose your next words very carefully.

  • - Well, they publish

  • their doctoral dissertations online.

  • - Okay, you know what? That's enough.

  • - Your Master's is there.

  • It's a rambling piece of shit

  • but it's there. - Principal's office, now.

  • - I just, like--it's odd that I couldn't

  • find your dissertation - You know what?

  • Get to the principal. - Don't touch me, dude.

  • - Let's go. Get out of my classroom.

  • Out of my class- - I said don't--dude!

  • - Miss Coles, get out of my classroom.

  • Uh, Miss Coles?

  • Miss Coles?

  • Uh...

  • Oh, Jesus.

  • Uh...

  • Sit down. But--just--

  • everybody just give her some space.

  • Oh, God.

  • Oh, shit.

  • Stay back.

  • Jesus Christ.

  • Uh, please call someone.

  • Uh...oh, God.

  • Um...somebody--

  • somebody call the nurse.

  • [machines hissing, beeping]

  • - This is Henrietta's second

  • myoclonic seizure in eight months?

  • - Actually, it's her third. She had one at the house,

  • but it was over so quickly that we didn't bring her in.

  • - I noticed that you left some of the questions blank here.

  • If we want to get to the bottom of these episodes,

  • it would be helpful if we had her father's medical history.

  • - Henry's father left when she was a little girl.

  • - Is there any other family on his side

  • we could track down?

  • - I'm sorry, no.

  • - Okay, we're going to up the dosage

  • of Henry's Carbamazepine and Lamotrigine.

  • Lucy at the front desk can help you out with that.

  • - Okay. - Um, can I--

  • What's going to happen with my license?

  • - Oh, yeah, Henry was hoping that

  • she could get her license back next month.

  • - I'm sorry.

  • Unfortunately, that's not going to be possible.

  • I have to file with the DMV this afternoon.

  • - Um, but the--

  • the doctor last time said that we could just

  • not tell the DMV for now, and we could wait.

  • - It's better for everyone if you didn't drive,

  • including you.

  • If we can get these seizures under control,

  • you can re-apply for your license in three years.

  • [desolate music]

  • ♪ ♪

  • ♪ ♪

  • - ♪ A right for a right a wrong for a wrong

  • Was clearly not life's design

  • Figure out quickly that nothing gets answered

  • When you ask the universe why

  • Life is a journey to live is to worry

  • To love is to lose your damn mind

  • But living's a blessing so I'm not stressing

  • [siren chirping]

  • - You'll get tired before I run out of gas, honey.

  • Evening.

  • We've had, uh, a rash of incidents lately.

  • Buddy Neil's RV,

  • a billboard last night,

  • uh, a school bus.

  • - I'm so sorry, officer.

  • What were you thinking?

  • - You told me it was important to express myself.

  • - Don't be a smartass.

  • You know that's not what I meant.

  • - You know, in most places,

  • tagging is considered an art form.

  • - You know what? Here, it's considered a felony.

  • - Look, I'm not looking to lock anyone up, folks.

  • If she pays a fine,

  • promises not to do it again,

  • I don't have to bring her before the judge.

  • - Thank you so much. I promise she will.

  • - Yeah, this will not happen again.

  • You have my word.

  • - Thanks for this.

  • Can I speak to Henry a moment?

  • - Yeah, of course.

  • - I know what it feels like

  • to be the new girl in town, believe me.

  • This particular town

  • doesn't do newcomers well.

  • But Henry,

  • you have to find other outlets.

  • [approaching footsteps]

  • - You're not even trying, Henry.

  • - Why should I?

  • - Well, you know,

  • this is a good opportunity for us, okay?

  • We could really build a life here.

  • I finally feel excited to come home to someone.

  • - Mom...

  • - What?

  • - You've said that same thing about, like, the last

  • five guys that you've dated.

  • - That is not fair.

  • - Yeah, it is. It is fair,

  • because this is what you do.

  • You find some guy,

  • you get sick of him,

  • and then I have to move to a new fucking town,