County Line (2017) Script

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Three male subjects identified as Prattler brothers were seen entering Zack's warehouse out between the counties.

Informant still on the scene, over.

10-4, is Maksville County in the dark?

Affirmative.

Should we notify them? Over.

Negative, Alden's got enough on his plate.

We got it.

10-26, over.

And good luck with the election tonight.

We all voted for ya.

Over and out.


They're in there, Clint; They're in there, buddy.

I called you as soon as I knew.

I thought you'd want to know.

You did good, Scooter.

Howdy, Sloan.

Put you on the payroll as much help as you been.

Oh, no. No.

I'm just doing my civic duty.

Sloan, cover the back.

Roger that.

Prattlers and Zack make a dangerous concoction, like a ketchup Popsicle.

You vote for me?

Yeah, yeah I did.

Voted twice.

Well, don't tell me that.

Hey buddy, hey buddy?

What about backup, Clint?

But he carries that shotgun like a broom stick.

They're on their way.

Your wife would shoot me dead if something happened to you on the last day at work.

I thought you voted for me twice.

I'm not talking about ballots now, brother.

There's some tough hombres in there, I know.

Well, so am I.

You tell them to hold off unless they hear trouble.

I'm gonna try to avoid world war iii.

All right, if you say so.

Go on, find someplace safe.

You don't want me to go in there with you?

Scooter... okay, all right.


We're offering you a partnership.

And it would be in your best interest to take it.

Zack?

Hello, Clint.

Well now, I don't know if I should save you or arrest you.

How about neither?

And then, there were three.

You choosing sides, Zack?

I always thought you were smarter than that.

Forgive the uh- appearance of evil, Sheriff.

But these guys are- a little misguided.

They can keep what they came to give.

Zack, you low-down p...

Sly!

Well, then I guess you won't mind if I take these boys off your hands.

You'd be doing me a favor.

You'll pay for this!

No doubt.

Well, you brothers know the drill.

I'm sure of that.

Yeah.

We know the drill.


Your move, Zack.

I prefer democracy.

Now get this filth off my property.

Search everybody...

Don't touch my head.

It'll be in your best interest to get your mitts off me.

Idiots.

Hey, darlin'.

How's it going? Well...

I guess your dreams of goin' NASCAR are still on hold.

We won again, huh?

Congrats, babe.

Couldn't have done it without ya.

Oh, I know that.

How about Alden?

What did Maksville County vote?

Well...

I think the two county duo is over, Hun.

Alden here.

The results are in.

And?

5,822 to 5,792.

I'm sorry, Sheriff.

What about Clint?

Sheriff Thorne won for his county.

Alden, it was less than 50 votes; Contest it.

No, no, no.

We played fair and square.

Maksville County still needs you.

That's not what the numbers say.

It's over.

Listen Sheriff, I'll get the boys together- good night, Carl.


Hi, honey.


She's beautiful, isn't she?

♪ My heart is broken ♪

♪ And I'm feeling bad ♪

♪ Like johnny told me ♪

♪ You can't put your arms around a memory ♪

♪ So don't even try ♪

♪ Oh lord, all this self-hating ♪

♪ In time becomes a little frustrating ♪

♪ Oh lord, send in the angels ♪

♪ 'Cause I've thrown away all that's mine ♪

♪ Now I want something back ♪

You're late, I ordered without you.

Why are you using the squad car as a tow truck?

Jordan won't let me drive her minivan.

Besides, look who's talking.

Pig farmer driving a Miata.

You know, you make fun of my pigs, but come thanksgiving you're gonna be begging me for a ham.

You ain't gonna kill those pigs.

Lori was the farmer; You're too soft.

Besides you probably gave all those little piggies names, didn't you?

I'm soft?

You're putty in Jordan's hands.

Oh, that's right I am.

I like being handled by a beautiful woman.

That's why I married her.

I'm just saying, you keep towing that wreck with your squad car, you're gonna be buying york county a new transmission.

Yeah.

You all right, buddy?

Yeah, I'm fine.

You sure?

Well, I'm here ain't I?

Well yeah, you'd starve otherwise.

How's the Sheriffing business?

Ah, same old, same old.

I'm beginning to envy you.

Well don't.

I'm just getting tired of being everybody's bad day.

What can I get you, Alden?

I'll have a pulled pork sandwich and a gunderson.

You know I can't serve you beer on this side of the line.

Well, put it on his side.

I'll have to put it on his ticket, again.

Perfect.

Yeah, perfect.

Uh-huh.

You know she's soft on you.

Well?

Well what?

Come on, you know Lori would want you to be happy.

Look, I don't want to talk about her, all right?

All right.

Here she comes.

You ain't gettin' any younger old man.

Somebody's calling you.

Me?

Who else?

Well, who is it?

No idea.

Is this becoming a habit?

Where's your cell phone?

Ah, county took it back.

That's the third time this month.

Put it on my tab.

How hard is it to buy a new cell phone?

How hard is it to leave me alone?

Alden here.

By the look of your arteries, I figured you'd be at Maddie's.

Doc!

Yeah, you got a second?

Yeah, hang on.

Hello, you there?

Yeah, I'm here Doc..

What's the verdict?

I think you should come back by.

It's your heart.

I don't need no test to tell me that.

Let's just make sure we get you back on the horse.

You still got a lot left in you, Sheriff.

I ain't the Sheriff no more.

Some habits die hard.

Well... some old men do too.

Make an appointment this week.

Let's stay ahead of this thing.

Alden?

You can't run away from this, Alden-

Give me all the presidents, big to small, baby.

Doing everything right, darling.

Everything right.

Who else has got something, huh?

Easy, Sheriff.

Hey!

We got a bogey!

Welcome back, partner.

You idiots, somebody get him.

Well who didn't check the back?

Down on the ground!

I said get down on your knees and put your hands in the air!

Clint you remember that place in Saigon that we got thrown out of?

Which one? Shut up!

Can't you handle business over there?

Down on the ground!

The one with the Italian sounding name.

Shut up!

What is this, story time?

That was Fredo's.

Fredo's, yeah!

I said shut up!

♪ Never know how it hurts... ♪ Get you some.

I'm gonna kill you.

♪ I say hello and you say goodbye ♪ Here you go, slugger!

♪ I always know when you want to go ♪ Prattler.

You yellow-bellied-

Ah, dang!


Look at that.

Everybody all right?

Yeah, yeah thanks Alden.

We're good.

Yeah, I think we're okay.

We're good over here.

Maddie, you all right?

What about me?

Shoot you're okay, you ain't hurt.

Well that sure as heck didn't tickle.

Oh, whew.


Humph.

Take it easy on him, Doc.!

He's liable to faint at the sight of a needle.

Thank you, April.

Why don't you get on out of here, Alden?

You make sure you tell Jordan that I saved your life.

You got me shot.

You wonder why she doesn't like you.

Well, here comes Sheriff Preston now.

Your replacement's quite the lawman.

Diplomatic, precise.

Not the hammer that you were.

Well, I best go feed them pigs.

So long, buddy.

Alrighty.

♪ It's getting to the stage ♪

♪ I guess I always knew it would ♪

♪ That I can't walk down that street ♪

♪ I'm getting death threats here ♪

♪ And death threats there ♪

♪ From everyone that I meet ♪

♪ Well if they knew a thing about me ♪

♪ Which they obviously don't ♪

♪ They would not waste their time or their breath ♪

♪ I may be afraid of many things... ♪ Don't even think about it.

I hear ya!

♪ Oh well I may be afraid of many little things... ♪

♪ But I'm not afraid ♪

♪ I'm not afraid of death ♪

Police are on the hunt for Crank Prattler, the last of the three brothers who robbed Maddie's at the county line.

Earlier today the three brothers rushed armed into the restaurant disguised behind welding masks.

York county Sheriff Clint Thorne was caught unawares and held hostage by the brothers until he found the opportune moment to safely retake control.

Sheriff Thorne and maksville county Sheriff Preston are now working together to find the fugitive brothers.

Sheriff Preston...

all right!

Bullet, magnum, high life get on over here!

A little cheese you was all yelling about just a minute ago.

That doesn't need to go in.


Hi, dad.

Hey kid.

You look different.

You look more beautiful every day, just like your mother.

Welcome home.

Oh, mom would've loved that.

Yeah, well... she probably would.

It just stopped all of a sudden. Hmm.


Have a seat, fellas.

We don't know where our brother's at.

Just wastin' your time.

Oh, I'll find your brother.

Don't you worry about that.

What's that?

It's nothin'.

Nothing?

It's nothin'.

You tattoo something like that on your neck, it's gonna be there the rest of your life and it's nothing?

Well that nothing's popping up all over the county like mushrooms under a cow pie.

I guess that's just a coincidence.

You know, my father was a judge.

And my mother was a lawyer.

They met right here in this courtroom.

And like all dads, mine wanted me to be just like him.

Noble, prestigious, honored.

The end all, be all of the system.

Your last stop before the end of the line.

All rise, for the honorable Clint Thorne.

Now of course, my mama... she wanted me to be a lawyer.

Intelligent, handsome.

A man of speech, a convincer of truth.

A debater against evil.

Plus, she thought I looked good in a suit.

What's that got to do with us?

See, I like to look at a man's job as an ornate frame of who he is.

But now, his hobbies, what he likes to do.

Now that's a picture of who he becomes.

Now take my daddy for example.

He liked to golf, played nine holes every day of his life till the day he died.

And my mama... she liked to read.

A novel a week.

And she kept a journal of every book she ever read.

Isn't that amazing?

Now me.

What do I like?

I hunt.

I track.

I chase.

Anything that's in season, I'm there.

Just waiting for it to cross my path.

And when it does, it doesn't get away.

And I never quit.

Now you boys are gonna see the judge and you're gonna need a lawyer.

But before you do, I'm gonna find out what's going on in this county.

And if I do... and it's not because of something you tell me today...

Oh...

By the time you put your left hands on that good book, you're gonna be looking at prison like it's a country club.

Now, I'm gonna ask you boys one more time.

What is that?

What do you think?

I think we got a whole new breed of trouble.

Yeah, we sure do.

We got the whole ball of wax... Blackmail, corruption.

We're gonna have to put surveillance in every place that's got these symbols on 'em.

Yes, sir. Every available man.

Who do you think is behind all this?

Yeah.

But I can guarantee you, whoever it is didn't expect that idiot to put these triangles on his neck.

No, sir. I guarantee that.

What'd you say your daddy did?

My daddy had three jobs before he died.

Plumber by day, telemarketing at night, newspapers in the morning.

My mom bottles perfume on a conveyor belt as we speak.

As for me, I wanted to be magnum, p.I. help them get outta debt.

What I got was speeding tickets and paperwork for pennies on the hour.

Yeah, well welcome to a life of fighting crime.

You can start right here magnum.

Don't you ever get tired of eggs?

The hens keep layin' em; They're free.

It's hard to get tired of that.

You still driving mom's car?

You don't like the look of me in the Miata?

I actually look of you in the Miata, just sayin.

How you doin', dad?

Oh, I'm fine.

I've been better, but I stay busy.

That busy got anything to do with those knuckles there?

I cut myself shaving.

Really?

Where you been?

A little bit of everywhere.

Now, don't get me wrong it's not that I'm not glad to see you because I glad, but it is hard not to wonder the reason for this sudden visit.

A girl can't just come home?

Oh, sure. A girl can come home anytime.

I'm glad when you come home but... you ain't come home in a heck of a long time.

A cop for a dad.

Can't get nothin' past you, huh?

You still try.

Come on, out with it.

I mean, just- just tear the band-aid off.

Dad, I'm getting shipped out.

When?

A week.

Where?

The worst of it, I suppose.

I just wanted to come home, and make sure you don't worry.

I always worry.

Dad, you don't have to worry.

I worried when you jumped off the swing at the jungle gym.

I mean, how am I not- how am I not gonna worry when people are shootin' at ya?

You're my little girl.

Mom never worried.

Your mother had more faith than I did.

Hey, I got a week.

You'll see me again.

That's it; C'mon Clint.

Whoo hoo!

That is fast right there, Sheriff!

Aw, Zack can have all the money in the world, he can't buy speed like this!

His cars can eat my dust!

Bring it on! Bring it on!

Hey buddy, boss is calling.

I'll be back. Tell 'er I'm comin' in.

Roger.

Yes, ma'am this-this is this is Scooter, ma'am.

Yeah, uh, he is- he is just now finishing up.

I will-I will have him home asap.

I-

Clint?

Clint!

Scooter? Scooter!

Clint!

Clint!

Alright, magnum.

Come on, big boy.

I'm gonna get ya good; Oh, I'm gonna get ya good.

Oh, that's a good- that is a good one.

You got it all; That's a good boy, alright.

Come on, high life; It ain't that bad!

Good lord.

Great.

Hey.

Howdy, Alden.

Sheriff Preston. How's my car?

There's still a pack of your sunflower seeds in the glovebox.

Workin' hard?

Work? No.

Just playin' with my pets.

You catch that third Prattler yet? We will.

Well, between you and Clint, he's got nowhere to go.

Well, Alden...

I came here because uh... there was some trouble in york county last night.

Clint's been shot.

What?

At the dirt track.

He hit the wall at full speed.

Is he alive?

It's not lookin' good, Alden.

Alden!

Come back with my car!


Security to ICU.

Code 1... security to ICU.

Let me get through! I just wanna see my friend!

Hold it! Hold it! Where's security?

He's my best friend!

He's my best friend, Doc.!

Alden Rockwell!

Security to ICU, code 1.

You want to see my husband?

Yeah.

Set yourself right.

Immediately.

Is he okay?

No, he's not okay.

For you to clean the pig off yourself.

I'm sorry, Preston.

Doc... Liz... okay.

You want the laundry list or the gist?

Give him the gist.

Well, the gunshot will heal.

It missed his heart by an inch.

He's a lucky dog.

But his head's the problem.

He may or may not come out of his coma.

So, what do you reckon his chances are, Doc.?

Well, it's up to him.

As long as I've known Clint, he ain't never done nothin' he didn't want to.

I suppose that applies to dying as well.

I'll come back and check on him later.

When you comin' to see me?

Soon.

The sooner the better.

Now's not the time, Doc..

Did you hear me?

Can I come in?

Deputy.

Alden. Sloan.

I'm sorry this happened.

Me too.

Did you bring them boys with you to keep watch?

Yes, sir. I handpicked 'em myself.

I don't want any watchdogs.

You take those men with you and put everyone you've got on this case.

Figure out what happened.

Ma'am, with all due respect, this was a planned attack.

They failed, but they might try again.

I'm counting on it.

Uh, Mrs. Thorne-

So, who do you figure done it?

We're working on it... now Mrs. Thorne-

Who you suspect?

The rogue Prattler brother's now Mrs. Thorne, these men are here to protect you-

Well, it may be him but it may not.

Excuse me.

Prattlers ain't murderers, they're car thieves; They're hoodlums.

Shoot 'em in the heat of the moment or break a brother out of jail, sure but... assassinate a Sheriff?

That's way too much plannin'; Too much thinkin'.

Whoever it is better hope I don't find him first.

Well, now-

Mrs. Thorne, don't worry.

York county takes care of its own.

We get 'em.

Well, I'm contracting Alden out here as my own private investigator.

What? Wh-what?

You can't do that.

Georgia requires a license for that kinda thing.

Not if I volunteer.

We don't need you.

Well, maybe he don't need you.

Alright, guys... look, I know tensions are high, alright?

Just... you take care of him; Get him well.

Will crack the case, okay?

Okay.

Okay?

That's all fine; You can take those men with you.

If I see so much as a badge out that door, Clint will have you dog-eared 'til summer.

Well, I don't know, Jordan.

I ain't Sheriff no more; I got no authority.

I'm probably not the one who should be lookin' into this.

If not you, then who?

Well, heck york's got some good cops.

They ain't all like Sloan.

Not to mention Preston swooping in if he's needed.

I mean, he held Clint in high regard.

Okay, I guess that's alright then.

But you're Alden "all-in" Rockwell.

So stop hiding behind Lori's pigs.

You and Clint have carried each other through more wars and mayhem than any other people I know.

So I'm asking you...

Clint and I are asking you...

To carry him through this.

What's that Doctor want with you?

It's not your lookout, don't worry about it.

I used to tease Lori that if one of you died, the other would follow from heartbreak like johnny and June.

You never cease to amaze me, Jordan.

Alright, I'll do this... for you and Clint.

I'll go poke around a little bit, but I sure as heck ain't making any promises.

Alden.

I may not like you, but I trust you.

You be careful.

You don't have to worry about me.

Excuse me.

Alden.

You do what you gotta do for your friend, I appreciate that.

But just stay out of our way.

If you find something, you bring it to me.

To you? Yes, to me.

I am the acting Sheriff.

Who decided that? The mayor.

Similar approach to dealing with deputies.

The good ones... the ones you trust, you cut 'em loose and put 'em out on patrol.

The ones you don't trust, you keep close to ya.

I seem to remember he wore you like a wristwatch.

Your county voted you out for a reason.

Remember that.


Well, hello there.

Hey, Michelangelo!

Why don't you put your social security number up there while you're at it?

I don't suppose you know it though anyway.

Pretty nice work... "Nat".

I've busted better though.

Yeah? What you gonna do old man, huh?

I see what you're sayin'.

Under a bridge, who cares, huh?

Yeah, right. Who cares?

I do, I care.

You couldn't catch me, man.

I don't reckon I have to.

Whoa, whoa, whoa... hold on, that's my stuff.

What are you... a cop?

Nope. What do you want?

I'll make ya a deal.

Yeah? What kinda deal, man?

No hey, man! That's my stuff!

Huh. Come on.

Well, I could carry that, dude... come on.


Sweet tea, Maddie... to go.

A p.I.?

Aren't you gonna miss playing with your pets?

Oh, they'll miss me more than I miss them.

Most men enjoy their retirement.

Most men get to choose when to retire.

Touché.

Oh! Hey.

No, no, no.

On the house, remember?

Wow, yeah.

Hey, thanks a lot.

Now remind your boys, drinks and sides are on me.

That's really nice, Maddie.

I never got nothin' free!

Oh hush, you got a tab a mile long.

Besides, incentives are investments.

And deputies are... deterrents.

The dang deterrent.

What can I do for you, Alden?

Look at this; What do you make of it?

I've seen it around.

Well, what do you think it means?

What do these things ev'mean?

Well, one of the Prattler brothers has it tattooed on his neck.

I wouldn't know.

York has them locked up tight.

It seems like a trail of breadcrumbs to me.

Yeah... for a york county detective.

Well, maybe the county line was a little more blurred when I was Sheriff.

Maksville County has problems of its own.

From what I read in the papers, crime's way down.

That's because I spend less time eating barbecue with my buddies, and more time out in the streets and in the woods solving crimes.

Clint and I had a system.

And now you're a civilian.

But alright... it'd be stupid to ignore your instincts; You were a good Sheriff.

Agree Sheriff.

I'll look into the graffiti.

Just promise me with this p.I. business, you don't go turning over stones you can't put back.

Well, you know me.

I do.

Best mentor I ever had.

I mentored myself right out of a job.

Oh, stay safe, Alden.

Hey, thanks for the tea, Maddie.

Oh, Alden! I almost forgot!

I dropped the charges on your stealing my car.

We'll consider it a crime of passion.

You stole back your car?

Don't ask.

I didn't know that you mentored Preston.

He's got a pretty loose definition of the word.

He wears that tin star like a badge of honor.

You used to wear it like the weight of the world.

Well, the badge is gone, the weight's still there.

It's a sign that you're a good man.

Hey!

How's my stray coming along?

I was just about to go and look at that.

It looks good, Nat.

You got what? About a couple of hours left?

Uh... yeah, I guess.

Tell ya what... I lost my kitchen boy and I need someone reliable.

Someone I can depend on to do prep each day.

You interested?

I-I don't think I can...

I pay $60 a day and all the barbecue you can eat.

$60 a day?

Um-hmmm.

Well, uh... yeah, okay.

Okay.

Finish up here.

Come in and see me and I'll pay ya for the day.

Hey, you don't got to pay him for today, he's doing this for me.

We had a deal.

Well, that may be but this is my building... he is my employee...

I pay what's due.

Aw, you sad 'cause you didn't get a job? Huh?

Hey!

Well Scooter, I'm glad you were here.

At least you can tell me what you saw.

He hit the wall right over there, and I was way up in the press box back here.

Did you hear a gunshot?

Unfortunately, I did.

Man, I didn't know it at the time.

I thought it was his car... and it wasn't.

Where did those york deputies figure the gunshot came from?

Well, they didn't- they didn't say.

Did they look?

Yeah. Oh yeah, they looked.

They looked, uh, in the press box and on top of it and out in the parking lot and of course in the bleachers... but, supposedly, they didn't find a thing.

Well, you think if it'd have happened in the bowl of the track, you would have heard the gunshot loud and clear.

You're right; I would.

That's right, now that you speak about it, because I mean all the echoes- and if it came from the parking lot... did you see a car up there?

No, no I didn't see a car.

The security cameras didn't show anything.

Did those deputies check the trees around turn three?

You know, I didn't see them up there.

You know, if it was me this is the tree I would use.

Because you've got a good look right down the back stretch.

Yeah.

That's a good spot.

Especially if somebody's got good aim.

Hey, look Alden.

Look here.

Look at this.

Hey, don't put your grubby paws on that thing.

I'm sorry, man.

Dang, Scooter.

That's a careless thing for somebody to leave behind.

What's all that chicken scratching there on that napkin?

I'm fixing to find out.


Well, hello Ben.

Take one. Really?

Sure.

Whatever was your mother's is yours now.

Dr. Peterson to the E.R.

Dr. Peterson to the E.R.

You remind me of your mother with your hair like that.

Yeah.

She looks just like Lori, but she acts like you.

Going off to war?

Yeah I am.

I think you should reconsider that.

Your father needs you here.

You ever think about that?

All y'all always rushing off into danger.

My husband included.

I'm gonna get dessert, yeah?

Here, take this.

Don't say it.

She knows you mean well, but she don't have to sit there and take it.

What's in the envelope?

Money.

Actually a lot of money.

I stole it.

So the guys who it belongs to come looking for it.

I'm careful.

Well, that's what Clint said before he would race.

Racing didn't get him hurt.

Well, I hated it.

It was being a cop that got him shot.

I know that!

It's not that I married a cop;

It's that I married a thrill-seeking racicop.

Clint.

Well, I think you hating it made him love it more.

Well, that don't make no sense.

Whatever.

Clint thought I never came to the track.

But I was there.

Every single race.

Sitting in the parking lot.

Listening on the radio.

That makes no sense.

I just wanted to be far enough away so that I wouldn't see him get hurt, but close enough just in case he did, that I could come running to him.

I got to get back to Clint.

You will come upon a large sum of money.

Huh, no kidding.


Come on.


Yeah, pigs I hear ya!

Sheesh!

Get home late one night and the whole menagerie goes nuts.

After you, kid.

You still drink IBC?

Chinese always makes me thirsty.

Well... you know, I think there might be a couple of them back there in the back of the fridge.


Where is he?

Look behind you!

Watch out!

Alden all-in Rockwell.

Is that a pistol you got in your lap or have I seriously misjudged you?

You and Clint are surely cut from the same cloth.

Put it down.

That your money?

You really think I'd leave an investment unwatched?

You know this guy?

Oh, me and Zack used to wrestle in high school.

You can't call it rivalry when you never won, Van Zant.

Come on.

The high point of every week was listening to Clint talk about chasing you guys up and down york county.

Clint could never pin me.

Oh, that's true.

Mind if I have a word with you?

Alone.

Move.

Move!


Your daughter sure can fight.

Thank you.

Now... what's the deal with the two triangles?

Fangs. What?

I think they're supposed to be fangs.

Well, what's your money got to do with these fangs?

So they'll leave me alone.

You're buying them off.

You're smarter than Clint.

Well, he got the looks, I got the brains.

So they got something on you?

On everyone.

Blackmail.

You took my money before it could be their money.

So if I keep that money, then they're gonna spill the beans on you?

So they say.

Well then if I fed it to the pigs I'd consider it money well spent.

That would be unfortunate for everyone you love.

Well dang Zack, with my wife gone, and Clint in a coma, my little girl shipping out, I ain't got a heck of a lot to lose.

Who are these people?

Don't know. You don't know?

Only seen their lackeys.

Prattlers.

Who do you know favors the 270?

Go on up to roarin' branch.

Calvin Killby will find you.

Ah... Calvin Killby.

Clint got him years ago.

He's in for life.

I'm talking about junior.

He boasts a 270.

Dangerous fella.

He don't miss.

You think he shot Clint?

Criminals work on hunches.

You need facts.

Facts, I don't have.

Roarin' branch, check it out.

Tell you what, you leave the money I'll let you go.

Or else?

Or else I charge you with assault with a deadly weapon, destruction of property.

Heck I could shoot you where you stand for trespassing.

Oh Zack... do you remember frank the flea?

High school was a long time ago.

But you do remember how rough he looked after he made fun of my mama.

You just had several weapons aimed right at my baby girl.

You realize what that makes me want to do to you?

I apologize. Save it.

Save it for her.

And when you tell her, mean it.

All right?

Nice seein' ya!

Man I've never seen grown men apologize like that before.

Like their kindergarten teacher.

Well, sometimes a man know when he's whipped.

He's seen his whole crime empire kind of crumbling down around his ears, and he knows it.

And he knows I know it.

You need help with all this, dad?

I appreciate the offer, but I think you got enough on your plate, darlin'.

What are you gonna do?

I am gonna eat the whale the only way a fella can.

One bite at a time?

That's right.

You know, I'm proud that you're my dad.

Well, I'm double proud that you're my daughter.

Even though you got ears that look like a taxi cab coming down the street with his doors open. I got a gun!

Ching-ching, good work.

Roarin' branch?

You really going up there all by yourself?

I reckon so, Scooter.

Clint always had backup.

Yeah well, I always had Clint.

But there ain't no use in cryin' over spilled milk.

No, I reckon not.

Keep an eye on him. Okay.

♪ A dream awakes set in hollow ♪

♪ A cover of fog, these empty years ♪

♪ The fading talk about tomorrow ♪

♪ A quiet scheme to leave me here ♪

♪ And all the danger I now face... ♪ I'm looking for Calvin.

♪ And all I've missed along the way ♪

♪ I've had some close calls lately I know ♪

♪ Hey now, I know ♪

♪ I should be someone else today ♪

You must be lost, mister.

I don't reckon so.

All right, well then you're looking for trouble.

I wouldn't be surprised by it.

It's quite an army you got here for one unarmed old man.

Mm-hmm.

We're all ears.

Clint Thorne's my best friend.

Somebody took a pot shot at him.

Missed his heart by that much.

Never easy killing a man.

300 yards, up wind into a speeding vehicle.

First off...

I don't miss.

Mm.

Secondly... why don't you go ahead and tell me my motive.

Well, he did put your daddy in jail, didn't he?

Now I may hate Clint Thorne, but I respect him.

Any man who can put my daddy behind bars and keep him there deserves at least that.

So if you're pointin' your finger at me...

I'm afraid you're grasping at straws.

Well, I ain't pointin' no fingers, but I did find this at the crime scene.

That may be mine.

But does a man who packs his own shells leave even one behind?

What about the Prattlers?

What's so funny?

Those boys are idiots.

They couldn't shoot the ears off an elephant at 20 yards.

Well if not them and not you, then who?

I know who you are.

Ex-Sheriff Rockwell.

A has-been.

Used to could.

Someone who never did balance work and wife and lost out to a hot-shot cop with a pretty smile.

You mention my wife again and I'll kill you.

Uh-uh-uh.

If you ever step foot back on my property I will make sure that-

All right boys, back off.

Back off!

Boss gets it otherwise.

You're making a mistake, mister.

You already made one.

Tell them boys to drop them guns.

Kick 'em towards me.

Tell them!

Drop them in, boys.

Thank you, gentlemen.

All right...

All right, boys!

Next time somebody makes a move, I shoot to kill.

I killed before; I don't want to do it again.

But I will.

Let's you and me put our heads together and figure this out.

Where'd that shell casing come from?

Has that gun been out of your possession?

I was arrested a few days ago.

For what?

Disorderly conduct.

Yeah.

And when I got out, my gun was in the rack of my truck, but it'd been used.

You sure?

I named that thing after my first wife, of course I'm sure.

Who arrested ya? Sloan.

Sloan.

You seen that fang thing around the two counties;

You think Sloan's mixed up with that?

People been disappearing, dropping like flies around here.

They show up a month or so later with an attitude like Tabasco.

Manipulating people, ordering people around, thinking they got power they can't be touched no more.

Like who?

Like your Prattler brothers for a start.

So where is that third Prattler brother?

I bet you know.

Which third?

What do you mean?

You know there's four of 'em right?

There's four brothers?

Four brothers...

Hey!

I'm gonna borrow your bike.

Respect.


All right, lose the mask.

Nat?

Nat Prattler; You're the fourth brother.

Yeah.

You know, you was born into a pretty rough crowd.

But there comes a time in every person's life when they got to make a decision on who and what they're gonna turn out to be.

I think you took a good step in working for Maddie.

I think you can take another good step right now by taking me to your brother.

All right?

No, I'm not- you don't have to turn out like them.

Come on, hop on the bike.

Come on!

Let's go see him.

I just want to talk to him.

Two miles up the road.


He's in the bus.

He's not gonna be happy to see you, though.

Tell him I just want to talk.

Go on.

Hey!

Yo Crank!

Hey, it's me.

It's your bro.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, Crank!

No, no, no...!

He's with me, bro.

Come on.

I just want to talk!

Whoa, whoa, whoa, Crank!

Stop!

Leave!

You got no business here!

That's my favorite hat.

Ah...

That's it.

Stop shooting at each other, stop it!

Come on!

Crank!

Oh, golly.

Jump!

Ah!

Welcome back to the party, pal.

I told ya I just wanted to talk.

Yeah I'm droppin' the Prattlers'

I just wanted you to know I didn't touch nothin'... alright, bye.

Alright, Prattler. Tell 'em what you told me.

Deputy Sloan arrested us a while back... for stealing cars.

Instead of the jailhouse, he took us down a back road.

He said if we did him favors, he'd do us the courtesy of forgetting our ill behavior; He'd let us go.

What did he want you to do?

He needed muscle.

Tell 'em about Clint. Come on.

Sloan wanted to bribe Zack Van Zant for steady cash.

That's election night; That's when Clint arrested 'em.

Sloan didn't take too kindly to Zack's rejection.

Me and my brothers found the leverage we needed, so we began to squeeze him.

You'll pay for this.

No doubt.

Sloan didn't count on Clint crashin' the party.

Tell him about that... fang thing too.

That sign is a symbol.

It's a safe house; A drop spot.

It can be used as a warning.

And Maddie's.

Clint started to pry;

Opening doors, digging around.

Sloan had us fake a robbery at the county line.

Welcome back, partner.

And we just lost control.

So, who shot Clint at the race track?

It wasn't me.

Sloan? I don't know.

Sloan put me up out in that bus.

Lil' Nat would bring me food.

Sloan started working him into the operations pickin' up cash.

That's where I found him.

Extraordinary.

Good work, Alden.

Take him, fellas.

Good grief.

The paperwork on this one.

Yeah, it's one thing I don't miss.

Uh, sir.

Yes, Scooter? Did you get it unloaded?

Clint just died.

Mrs. Thorne called and uh...

He went peacefully.

Sorry, Alden

You did good; Clint would have been proud.

I want Sloan. We'll get him.

I want him tonight.

Look, I know you're hurting, but we gotta look at the bigger picture.

If what that scumbag says is true, we're dealing with an entire organization here.

And when Sloan becomes Sheriff, things will get even more complicated.

What are you talkin' about?

I heard from the mayor this morning.

He said if Clint passes, Sloan will permanently slide into his place.

Sloan is responsible for the death of an officer!

I want him behind bars yesterday!

So do I, but you gave me a bullet with Scooter's fingers on it.

And a stash of cash I gotta shove into an evidence drawer until the end of time because we don't have any pictures of anybody's hands in the cookie jar.

Just give me time to collect my case, alright?

Let's make sure we get the head of the snake, not just Sloan.

Let me do my job; Clint will get his justice.

Well, if this is what the job is now, you can have it.


Lori's birthday.

Thanks, Maddie.

Thanks for reminding me.

You're welcome.

Slow night?

Everybody in the two counties is at the race.

You look beat, Alden.

I feel beat, Maddie.

I've never seen this look on you... even at your worst.

You ain't seen my worst.

Well, I suppose I'm seeing it now.

You know I'm from the coast?

I reckon I heard that.

My daddy was a shrimper.

Oh.

He had a saying when it came to times like this...

"Every man makes his own shipwreck".

What do you want, Alden?

I want my wife back...

My daughter... my job... my best friend...

I can't do nothin' about that.

What do you want?

I want that dog who shot my buddy.

Then do it.

I got no badge.

I got no authority.

Every man makes his own shipwreck.

Be the rock that he breaks on.

Hmm.

So what do ya think race fans?

Is down to the final Z race of the evening before our main event!

Oh! Trouble in turn 2!

The 21 of Robbie banks hits the outside wall;

Others take evasive action.

It's chance Jones in the 0!

Battles all around the racetrack to determine the final few starting positions as we come to the checkered flag.

Now folks, before we begin the feature event... let's take just a moment of silence to remember our Sheriff and fellow racer, Clint Thorne.

Clint meant a lot to all of us, and he'll be dearly missed.

And now as Clint Thorne himself would want, let's get back to tonight's feature race.

Alright race fans, everybody on your feet as we're coming to the green flag with mick Ryan on the road and Joe "the jet" Thomas leading them into turn one!

Here we come to the green!

Alright, now we've got it goin'.

Show 'em what you got.

Sloan!

♪ It's hard to see the light shining so bright ♪

♪ It's hard to see the light in the sky ♪

♪ One day they'll swing a rope ♪

♪ And tie it around your throat ♪

♪ Watch them lose the cool in your eyes ♪

♪ You better run, run, run ♪

♪ Through the rain, through the heat ♪

♪ You won't always sleep alone but you won't stay the week ♪ Lookin' for me?

What are you gonna do? You can't do anything.

You got nothin'.

I got you.

Fine, alright... fine.

I've been taking a piece here and there.

They're crooks!

I get paid dirt to be everybody's bad day.

You, of all people, should know that!

You shot Clint for money?

Look, I was told to set something up at Maddie's.

You didn't count on though, did ya?

Look, he was gonna bust it wide open.

Alden, I need the money, my mother's been-

Get up!

I didn't kill him!

Make me believe you.

Man, I swear... I didn't know about the second hit.

Yeah, but you know who did it.

Come on... Alden...

Who did it? Alright.

Things have gotten too messy, Alden.

Where'd you get my gun?

That's the difference between me and Sloan.

Sloan didn't like getting his hands dirty.

He trusted too much in the middleman.

You know, I never cared for you much, Preston.

But I never figured you for one that was after the money.

Sloan was all about the money, I wanted the power.

Power?

Power in these two counties? Power over what?

To control criminals; Own 'em.

Make 'em do what cops can't.

That don't make you no different from them.

You're no different.

A kid spray paints under a bridge... you don't bring him to me, you make him paint the back of Maddie's.

That's not the same.

Maksville County is a safer place because of me, and york county was on its way... until now.

You can't get away with this.

Come on, Clint's dead.

I have the Prattlers in pocket to testify against Sloan.

You killed Sloan out of revenge;

I killed you... in the name of the law.

Yeah, you were a good Sheriff, Alden.

You just didn't have what it takes to go all the way.

You better bring a lunch.

Ah!

I told ya I was always close enough to come running.

Ah!

I knew it wouldn't kill ya, but I bet it sure as heck didn't tickle.

Jordan, help me.

Alden!


Oh.

Hey buddy, I smell bacon.

Good morning, partner!

Where'd you get all of that?

Oh, Jordan... that's from Maddie's.

Doc says I got to... get my strength back.

Best thing for it.

I don't suppose I could talk you out of a bacon biscuit?

No, no, no... you gotta look after that ticker of yours, buddy boy.

Tell me again how you are alive?

Well... the first that happened is I woke up.

And Jordan filled me in on everything and my suspicions on Sloan came true so I figured I'd just... play dead and let you catch all the bad guys.

Shirkin' your duty as usual.

I did you a favor.

How's that?

You got to save the day, and I just... well I stayed here and...

Scooter whooped me in Uno!

That Sly dog.

Jordan is the one who saved the day.

She always does, that's why I married her.

I sure was glad to see her when she was there, boy... whoo!

She's a lot like you, you know.

Although she'd hate to admit it.

That's why you married her.

She don't listen to me.

You know what she did?

She went down to that track on her own and followed Sloan around.

Hmm.

Fillin' in your gaps, I reckon.

Tell you what, I would trade you all three of my pigs for one slice of bacon.

No can do; A deal's a deal. What deal?

I made a deal with Doc. Bronson and he agreed to let me play dead if I agreed to whip you back in shape and that's what I'm gonna do.

He seems to think you've got a lot more to offer than just being a pig farmer.

Great.

I liked you better when you was dead.

Don't think you're gonna go down to the county line and eat all that barbecue like you used to.

Your life's different now.

You're a hero, buddy.

Can we get the ballgame on this?

Well, who don't like to hear about themselves on TV?

Now eat your oatmeal.


So how ya doing, darlin'?

I'm good... good!

Well, just want you to know I'm proud of ya.

Well thanks, dad.

Look at you! I'm impressed!

About what?

I don't know, you just look so, like, calm and confident.

Well, I guess I got you fooled.

Still worried about ya, but I...

I know you're doing what you gotta do.

You look happy, dad.

I guess maybe I... came across a little bit of your mother's faith along the way here.

And I still hate this facetime thing.

Oh-hmm... to you too!

Alright. I love you, dad.

Alright, I love you. Godspeed.

Hey, Nat.

Listen, I'm proud of ya and all, but when you bring my burger could you trade out that soy for about a half pound of Angus?

Take that up with Maddie.

My criminal days are over, brother.

Traitor.

♪ I was born in a haze of bullets ♪

♪ late November, late seventies ♪

♪ Never did I want for anything anytime ♪

♪ Never would I crawl down on my knees ♪


♪ I came of age in the early 1990's ♪

♪ Fear starts creepin' in ♪

Well, I guess I'm in better shape than the jukebox!

♪ Well, I'd run the gauntlet for ya ♪

♪ Take it all and smash it down for you ♪

♪ You say you tried to warn me ♪

♪ When I'm gone, you ain't getting through ♪

♪ Don't say we're better off this way ♪

♪ When you meant everything to me, hey ♪

♪ And with your words ringing in my ears ♪

♪ I'm gonna make my way on down the trail of tears ♪

♪ My life of self-indulgence ♪

♪ Costs more than I ever knew ♪

♪ But I'd trade it all in one breath ♪

♪ To get back the things I had with you ♪

♪ You left me in a fade away ♪

♪ You've always been the best of me, hey ♪

♪ May the love we made echo through the years ♪

♪ Let it carry me on down the trail of tears ♪


♪ Let it carry me on down the trail of tears ♪

♪ Let it carry me on down the trail of tears ♪