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( Dan Auerbach's "Shine On Me" )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ You only got a couple miles to go ♪
♪ If you're trying to drive me insane ♪
♪ I saw you crack a smile about a week ago ♪
♪ In the middle of the pouring rain ♪
♪ I climbed the cliffs of Dover ♪
Zoe: Craft a healing potion for the boss crawl
'cause the loot boxes are weak sauce.
Follow me.
Leroy Jenkins!
Right behind you.
Townes.
School.
Yeah.
♪ Shine on me ♪
♪ Shine on me ♪
♪ Shine on me ♪
♪ I get up I gotta get me a plan ♪
♪ To do whatever I can I suppose ♪
Zoe: I'm not doing so great in Geometry.
My last test I-- oh no, crap.
Orc on my six.
Hold.
Gotta switch to my ranged dragon bow.
Got him.
If you need help with your homework,
call me.
Zoe: Really? That'd be great.
Thanks.
Townes, you're gonna be late.
Yeah.
♪ Shine on me ♪
♪ Shine on me ♪
♪ Shine on me ♪
You're still coming to my science award ceremony, right?
Zoe: Yeah, I can't wait to see you.
Remember, it starts at six.
I emailed and messaged you the address.
Zoe: I got it.
Uh, just so you know,
in the picture I sent you I have bangs,
but they've grown out now,
so I look different.
Okay, then wear that Naruto headband
I sent you, so I can recognize you.
Zoe: Cool, yeah, good idea.
I love you.
Zoe: I love you too.
♪ Shine on me ♪
♪ Shine on me ♪
( haunting futuristic music )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
( rock music playing )
Hey.
We're here.
♪ ♪
I got you a breakfast burrito.
Egg, cheese,
and an obscene amount of mayo,
as you like it.
You stopped somewhere and I didn't even notice?
- You were out cold. - Thanks.
And thank you for taking me home.
Yeah, well, I was in the neighborhood.
So...
♪ ♪
What--what're you doing later?
School.
What are you doing?
Well, traffic sucks right now,
so I thought I'd wait it out a couple of days.
Just to be safe.
Right.
Plus, you owe me that story about the old lady in Vermont.
Right.
I can find somewhere to crash.
But only if you want me to.
Okay.
♪ ♪
Can you pick me up after school?
Yes, ma'am.
♪ ♪
- Get out of my car. - Okay. ( laughs )
Bye.
♪ ♪
( engine starts )
( gasps, whimpers )
Ah. ( whooshes )
( panting )
I think I can make it there around 5:30.
- Okay, good. - Come from work.
Hi, honey.
You feeling better?
Yeah. Yes.
Um, I still kind of have a headache,
but much better. Yeah.
You know, breakfast actually looks really good today.
Yeah? Want pancakes?
I can make you some pancakes?
No, you don't have to do that.
Can you pass me the peanut butter, though?
Uh, Henry, did you hear that Jenna won first prize
in the State Science Decathlon?
Dad.
What, can't be proud of my own daughter?
I didn't even know she was in a state science thing.
It's not a big deal.
Thomas: She's just nervous
'cause she has to accept the prize
in front of the whole school.
Yeah, it's a special presentation
before the big game tonight.
Dad, Townes is accepting the award, okay?
Not me. It's--it's a team thing.
Well, I think it's very impressive.
I never won anything when I was in high school.
We're all gonna be there to support you.
- Yeah. - Right?
Yeah, I'll be there.
- So is it true? - Shit if I know, dude.
I mean, I should probably, like, ask my mom.
But what would I say?
Hey, I woke up in a home
that we used to live in from before I can remember,
met some old lady,
and she told me Dad was fucking nuts.
True or false?
Yeah, that does-- that does sound bad.
But...
what if you and he both--
you know...
Well, we'd make the perfect pair.
Traveling schizophrenic dad and seizure daughter.
You could have a sitcom.
Boy: The game you've all been waiting for is tonight,
against our rivals, Lincoln High.
Come support our Warriors.
The game starts at 5:00.
So, is your boyfriend still in town?
He's not my boyfriend.
But I thought...
Did it end badly or something?
No, things didn't really end.
They just...
It's a long story.
Anyway, he's here now, so I'll see if I can get him to come to your ceremony.
Oh, yeah, uh...
I don't--I don't think you should come.
No, I want to.
I mean, it's like important to you.
Clay's gonna be honored at the game.
I wanted to tell you before,
but I--I think it's gonna be a big thing.
It's gross, I know.
If people knew what he was really like,
then they wouldn't be treating him like he was
some sort of God.
Yeah, it's fine.
I can handle it.
Are you sure?
Zach: Hey, Jenna.
Hi.
I was wondering, if you're gonna be around after the game,
I figured maybe we could hang out
and watch a movie or something?
Yeah, okay, that'd be cool.
Cool.
What was that about?
Jenna: We're just-- we're just hanging out.
Since when?
He's not like the other guys on the team.
Yeah, I know.
He seems really nice.
I was just saying,
like, be careful.
I should get to class.
( ominous music )
♪ ♪
( paper rustles )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
( grunts )
( pants )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
Oh, fuck, God damn it.
( liquid pouring )
( pants )
♪ ♪
( upbeat hip hop music )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
Mrs. Miller.
His service was this morning.
We received a bag of Amos' effects with his body,
but his Bible is missing.
I see.
Well, we gave you everything that we had.
Anna: Everything he had on him when he was brought in.
But he
always carried it with him.
Always.
Well, I can check with the medical examiner,
and make sure that it wasn't misplaced.
Look, it was stolen.
How do you know that?
If it wasn't with him, it was stolen.
Do you understand?
Okay.
Okay, um...
Anna: Can you tell me what it looked like?
It's, uh, a pocket Bible.
Brown with Amos' name
on the front.
It was a gift from his father and myself
on his 16th birthday.
( ominous music )
Please, help me find it.
Please.
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
Hi, Randy, uh, this is Anna Hulce.
Um, my car is giving me some trouble.
Can I get a tow?
( calm rock music )
♪ ♪
You wanna grab something to eat?
♪ ♪
What are you doing?
If something's wrong, you can tell me.
♪ ♪
Ever since I picked you up,
you just...
♪ ♪
What's going on?
♪ ♪
Henry.
Just shut up, please.
♪ ♪
( panting )
( moaning )
♪ ♪
( R&B drowns out rock music )
You okay?
- Henry. - Yeah.
♪ ♪
I'm being serious. Ow, hey!
- That hurts--hey. - Henry--calm.
( pants )
( calm rock music )
You okay?
Fuck. ( moans )
Did I do something wrong?
No, no, no. No.
Just need some air.
( breathes heavily )
Sorry.
No, no, don't be.
It's okay.
( calm ambient music )
♪ ♪
I, um...
I found this cool place I wanna show you.
♪ ♪
I think you'll like it.
Josh: Trust me.
If you're not into it,
I'll--I'll give you a ride home.
♪ ♪
Whatever you want.
♪ ♪
Okay.
Okay.
I got a buddy on the force over in Mississauga County.
Says he just came across his third fentanyl overdose of the week.
Mississauga?
We don't have anybody over there.
Where'd they get their product?
Emlen.
Pills have Jeremiah's stamp on them.
That son of a bitch.
Why would Jeremiah take up with a new distributor
so close to home?
'Cause he's a lying sack of shit, that's why.
Pious fuck.
And to think I helped him get his son's body back.
( sighs )
Well, he's not forcing me out without a fight.
( balls thump and clack )
Fuck.
( telephone rings )
I saw you being towed in.
Time for a new car?
( chuckles ) Not on a deputy's salary.
I think it's just the starter. Nothing fatal.
Ah, I'm sorry that you and Henry never got a chance to talk.
I called the office, but the Sheriff said that
Clay's case was close, and so I...
Right. Yeah.
Uh, how is she doing? Henry.
Oh, she's good, I think.
She's not the most open.
She's a typical teenager.
Well, I suppose when she gets settled and makes a few friends thing will get better.
I mean, at least that's what I keep telling myself.
This town is not the most inviting.
Yeah.
Hey, I don't suppose that you would wanna
get a drink some time just to hang out, or...
Um,
yeah, I would actually love that.
Well, I'm off tonight.
- Is--is that-- - Well, then tonight it is.
I just have to go to the Reston High game, but I'm free after.
Yeah, I think that could totally work.
Do you wanna say 8:00 at the Split Pin?
Yeah, perfect.
Looking forward to that.
Yeah, me too.
Right, I'll see you tonight.
( door creaks )
( keyboard clacking )
( couple moaning )
Oh, no.
( snorts )
( moaning )
( clicks )
( woman moaning )
( smooth jazz music )
( aggressive pop music )
♪ ♪
♪ Nobody breaks us in ♪
♪ Nobody shoots us down ♪
♪ We are the empire ♪
♪ We're the full force ♪
♪ We're on another level We're on another level ♪
♪ We're on another level ♪
♪ We're on another level ♪
♪ We're on another level We're on another level ♪
♪ But my aim is not clear ♪
( spray can pea rattles )
( paint whooshes )
♪ ♪
♪ My aim is not clear ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
( guffaws )
You still do that?
Don't judge me.
And you put pineapple in a tuna sub, okay?
Fucking psycho.
It's a mouth vacation in the Caribbean, all right?
You can smell the ocean breeze.
Smell the palm trees.
Someone somewhere is playing a steel drum.
That is the saddest
and most insulting
mouth vacation I have ever heard about.
So...
Vermont.
Josh: Come on, what's the deal?
I used to live there when I was little.
Before my dad left.
Josh: Are you trying to find him?
I don't know.
Henry: Does your dad know where you are?
No.
Henry: ( chuckles )
No, his memory's a bit suspect these days.
I don't know if it's the whisky or the TV.
Definitely the TV.
( snorts )
Past couple of months I've been looking online for a job.
Found a bunch of welding gigs
in Montana.
Montana.
Like, cowboys and shit?
Yeah.
There's a--
a natural gas boom there.
And there's this gig in this little town called Livingston.
It's by the Yellowstone River.
And it's surrounded by mountains and
pink sunsets.
You can go snowboarding in the winter.
You can go fly fishing in the summer.
I figure I can work mornings and the nights will be mine.
Livingston.
That sounds nice.
Think I wanna build my own home.
Do you know how to build a home?
No. ( chuckles )
- Do you know anyone there? - No.
That's kind of the point.
How long till your mom
gets tired of this place
and drags you out of here?
I think she actually likes it here.
Henry: Maybe this time will be different.
( sighs )
Come on.
You don't believe that.
She's trying.
They always try.
Do you like it here?
( gasps ) Fuck.
Do you know what time it is?
Five.
Can you give me a ride somewhere?
Like, now.
( upbeat music ) Let's go!
( cheering )
Cheerleaders: Go Warriors!
There it is. Nice.
( overlapping chatter )
Oh.
Sorry.
♪ ♪
( muffled upbeat music )
♪ ♪
Cheerleaders: Go Warriors!
( overlapping chatter )
Jenna.
Jenna!
Good luck.
Break a leg.
( upbeat music )
( cheering )
Fit the whole town in here?
Go Warriors!
♪ ♪
Who's the guy Henry's with?
Cleo: I think that's--
- Cleo: Is that Josh? - Thomas: Who's Josh?
It's her boyfriend before we moved here.
Which means she wasn't sick last night.
Good evening.
Welcome to Reston High.
Now, I know you're all ready to cheer on the Warriors,
but before tip-off,
I am so proud to present the Science Club...
Do you know where Townes is?
...First place trophy from the State Science Decathlon.
Now, team, stand up.
( cheers and applause )
Dr. Paige: And to accept the award
is the Science Club team captain,
Townes Linderman.
( cheers and applause )
Mr. Linderman.
Dr. Paige: Mr. Linderman?
Mr. Linderman.
Uh...
I can take it.
Okay.
( light chatter )
All right, let's have another hand for the Science Club.
Whoo-hoo!
That was weird.
( rhythmic clapping )
( cheers and applause )
Let's get out of here.
( cheers and applause )
( muffled chatter )
Can you give me a minute?
Yeah, sure.
Hey.
Are you okay?
Look, Townes, I know you don't really wanna tal--
She didn't show up.
She said she would, but she didn't show up.
Who?
Townes: My girlfriend.
People shouldn't lie.
Why did she lie to me?
I don't know.
People do a lot of, just, really stupid shit.
( solemn music )
♪ ♪
I mean, not everybody is like you, Townes.
You aren't afraid to be honest.
You say what you think no matter what.
But most people aren't like that.
So maybe she didn't lie, you know?
Maybe there's just something going on with her
and she can't--
She can't tell you about it right now.
Zoe.
My girlfriend's name is Zoe.
Well, maybe call Zoe out on her shit.
And see what's up.
And if you think that she deserves it,
then give her a second chance.
And if not, then tell me and I will kick her fucking ass.
( snorts )
Okay?
♪ ♪
I got the message you left me.
If you still need my help, I'm around.
♪ ♪
Thanks.
♪ ♪
So, what do you wanna do?
So what do you think?
- What? - Is the water too warm?
( laughs )
This motel is so fucking weird.
- It's got character. - Mmm.
Oh, my God, what's happening?
Henry: What's happening?
( calm rock music playing )
"And then,
"when the molly hits me, I just wanna
"hop in the leaves, and just,
play, play, play!"
( tub whooshes ) Ah!
( laughing )
No, that wasn't...
( laughter )
Do you still do that stuff?
Henry: Like, to party, or--
No.
I, uh,
had a close call a couple of months ago, so...
But I'm clean now.
I mean it.
♪ ♪
I missed the shit out of you.
♪ ♪
When you left, I...
I just...
Fuck.
You know?
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
( acoustic music )
♪ ♪
♪ You're all caught up inside ♪
♪ But you know the way ♪
♪ You're all caught up inside ♪
♪ But you know the way ♪
♪ You're all caught up inside ♪
♪ But you know the way ♪
♪ You're all caught up inside ♪
♪ But you know the way ♪
♪ ♪
( cheering )
Come on, boys. Hey, double up.
Double up. Come on, boys.
Come on.
Fucking Munther.
You would've made that one, boy.
( buzzer blares )
Ladies and gentlemen.
It's now that time.
If you will, please put your hands together
and welcome our friend, our captain,
Clay Boone.
Good job, man.
( cheers and applause )
Yeah! Yeah.
Thank you.
Nice.
To show our thanks tonight,
we honor you, Clay,
and we thank you for your years
as our captain.
So tonight, in your honor, we're retiring your jersey.
No one will ever wear the number 32 again.
( cheers and applause )
Three, two, one.
( cheers and applause )
( gasps )
( ominous music )
( pants )
♪ ♪
( water pattering )
♪ ♪
( sobs quietly )
How does it feel?
What do you mean?
Uh--
They can't win without you,
it must feel pretty good.
It doesn't.
Hey, Patty.
Um...
Listen, I was a real dick last time I saw you.
I'm sorry.
I just...
I'm sorry.
( chuckles )
You know,
you're still Clay Boone.
Nothing can take that away.
So we were both stationed at Fort Bragg,
and he was about to be deployed,
and I don't know, I mean,
it seemed like a good idea at the time. ( chuckles )
How old were you?
- Twenty. - Wow, that's so young.
That's, uh--
That's only four years older than Henry.
I know.
Kind of seems like a lifetime ago.
But, it's--I mean, it's all good.
We're still friends.
Sometimes even more than friends.
Well, you know what they say, ex sex is the best sex.
Do people say that?
I don't know. Probably not. ( laughter )
What about you?
How old were you when you got married?
I was 27.
And I thought, "This is it.
This is the person I'll be with forever."
I know, divorce is a bitch.
Technically we're still married.
Oh.
He ran off.
And I didn't know where to find him.
Eh--I guess there's
things that I could do, but, you know...
( chatter )
I'm sorry.
Yeah, me too.
Do we need more drinks?
Absolutely.
- I'm just gonna go pee first. - Okay.
Mm. I'll be right back.
All right.
Uh, can we get another round?
Sure, one Jameson on the rocks
and, was it a vodka soda?
Soda water with lime,
but in a low ball glass.
- You got it. - Okay.
- This one? - Yeah.
Zach: Um,
did you want a beer?
Oh.
( chuckles )
You know you don't have to drink it if you don't like it.
( chuckles )
This is a cool room.
Is that your grandma?
- ( chuckles ) - What?
That's actually Marie Curie.
Oh, oh.
That's that scientist lady, right?
Hmm.
Did you wanna watch a movie?
Yeah, sure.
( solemn electronic music )
♪ ♪
I know something's wrong,
but you don't have to tell me what it is, okay?
♪ ♪
( mumbles )
It's just really hard for me to be in this town sometimes.
♪ ♪
So come with me.
Come to Montana.
♪ ♪
How many times have we talked about getting away,
escaping?
You don't have to eat some fucking sandwich
just to pretend we're somewhere we're not.
We could just go there.
♪ ♪
Don't let your mom's shit trap you here, Henry.
♪ ♪
( quietly ) Josh.
♪ ♪
If I run away then I'm just like her.
You know?
And shit always catches up.
♪ ♪
I--I can't.
I can't, I'm sorry.
♪ ♪
I'm sorry.
♪ ♪
( tense music builds up )
( screams )
Oh, shit.
( laughs )
What?
That baby had demon eyes.
Mm-hmm.
( snickers )
Woman: Oh, God.
( chuckles )
You have a really pretty smile.
Man: Alice is mine.
Oh--
Uh--okay, well...
( tense music )
( whirring )
Is that okay? I should've asked.
Man: There is no God.
( explosion booms )
♪ ♪
( eerie music )
Woman: You have your father's eyes.
And they were always deep...
My dad won't be back for a while.
( tires squeal )
( romantic pop music )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
Are you sure you wanna do this?
Yeah.
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
I've never actually done this before, but--
It's okay.
Me neither.
( laughter )
Okay.
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
( bowling pins rattle )
This was so fun.
And to think this never would've happened
if you hadn't caught Henry tagging.
( laughs ) Well, then here's to Henry.
To Henry. May she stay out of jail.
( laughs )
You should give yourself a little bit more credit.
You're a good mom.
Ugh, I don't know.
No, seriously, in my line of work
I see all kinds.
You actually give a shit what happens to your kid, so
even if Henry doesn't appreciate it now,
someday she will.
Thank you.
( chatter )
( bowling ball thumps )
( bowling pins rattle )
Oh, shit.
I've left my house keys on my car keys at Boone Motors.
Oh, I can let you in.
Really, you wouldn't mind?
Of course not. Come on, let's share a cab.
That's great, thank you.
This was really nice.
Uh, did I, well,
did you feel good?
- Uh-huh. - ( chuckles )
Um, I guess I'll text you later.
Please, don't worry. So--do you mind shutting that?
Sure.
Ah, I really am sorry about this.
Honestly, it's no trouble.
I'll just go get your keys, okay?
- Okay. - Cleo: You wanna wait here?
Sure.
( ominous music )
♪ ♪
What did your keychain look--
What're you doing?
I--
Look.
There are things going on here with Bill Boone.
Things that--that you don't know about.
So this whole thing tonight,
you just-- you used me?
I know it looks bad, I just--
I needed to find--
I could get fired for this. Do you understand?
This job is everything to me.
It pays for my daughter's medication.
Cleo, please, if you just let me--
Just leave.
Now.
I'm sorry.
♪ ♪
( mouse clicking )
( scraping )
( message blips )
( mouse clicking )
( messages blip )
( solemn medieval music )
♪ ♪
( keyboard clacks )
( gaming music stops )
Zoe: Are you there?
I'm here.
Zoe: I know the award meant a lot to you.
I get a lot of awards.
Zoe: I'm sorry I didn't show.
Why?
Zoe: I just got busy.
With family and stuff.
If that were true, you wouldn't be sorry now,
and you would've texted me to let me know.
Zoe: You're right. I got scared.
I thought when you saw me in real life
you wouldn't want me.
You underestimate me.
Zoe: Boys are boys.
I don't know what that means but it sounds stupid.
Do you think I'm attracted to you for your face
or the fact that you can slay
an entire room of winged orcs
slave-minded to a heavy crystal overlord, single-handed?
I don't care what you look like IRL.
Zoe: Hey, you're nearly at the Sky Castle.
Yeah, I am.
Collect more ammo, and meet me there.
Zoe: Okay.
( keyboard clacking, mouse clicking )
( solemn medieval music )
( door opens and closes)
Henrietta.
You here to see Clay?
Hey, did you catch the game?
Some of it.
We lost.
I mean, without Clay, you know.
Uh, door's open. He's in his room.
( car lock beeps )
( trunk closes )
( car door closes )
( engine starts )
( hip hop music playing )
♪ ♪
( chuckles )
Hey, this is a surprise.
♪ ♪
What're you doing here?
Do you want a beer or something?
I think we have some in the fridge.
No.
What's wrong?
I wanna talk about the accident.
Okay.
In your truck
we started to kiss.
And I told you no.
I told you to stop and you didn't stop.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, what're you talking about?
I didn't wanna do anything,
but you held me down.
Henry, this is crazy.
Henry: And you--
You forced your fingers inside me.
Okay, stop.
Stop, I didn't do any of that.
You did.
And I didn't want that.
You kissed me.
You fucking kissed me. Do you remember that?
Of course I remember.
Do you remember moving towards me?
- Henry: Yes, I remember. - Kissing me?
You wanted--you wanted it.
I kissed you but that doesn't mean I wanted it.
Why are you saying this then?
You hurt me!
You hurt me.
I told you I wanted to go home, Clay.
I wanted to go home and you hurt me.
- I hurt you? - Henry: Yes.
I fucking hurt you?
Are you kidding me?
Clay: Look at me, Henry.
I'm the one in this chair. I'm the one who got hurt.
I didn't do shit to you.
Clay, there was no accident.
There was no accident.
There was no attack. No Mennonites.
I did this to you.
You're a fucking liar.
I did this, and I am glad.
I am glad you are stuck in this chair for the rest of your life.
I am glad that you will never walk again
because now you can never hurt anyone else.
Never.
There's something seriously fucking wrong with you.
- You know that? - I'm so glad!
- Get the fuck out! - So glad.
Clay: Get the fuck out of my house!
( sighs )
( R&B music ) ( chuckles )
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
♪ ♪
- We really shouldn't. - I just wanna make you feel good.
- I know, but, Clay-- - Henry, Henry, Henry.
Clay.
♪ ♪
See?
♪ ♪
( echoing sigh )
( ominous music )
♪ ♪
( bright tone )
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