Night Moves (2013) Script

No fish ladders...

I thought they all had to have fish ladders.

Wonder how they got around that one.

But they got to have vacuums.

Well, shoot 'em out into the back of a truck...


Whoa.

Think that was an oriole.

I didn't know we had those.


Wait here.


You didn't wait.


Where's Josh?

He took a walk.


The disaster we see is happening everywhere at the same time.

The clock is ticking.

It has been ticking for 150 years now, since the dawn of industrialization.

We are a culture hooked on profit, production, and perpetual growth, but at what cost?

The disaster is happening to our farmlands.

It is happening to our oceans, our forests, our wildlife.

It is happening to our climate.

How long will it be until humanity understands that everything is interconnected?

How long until multinational corporations understand that they can't make a profit off a dead planet?

So let the revolution begin, all around the globe.

An army of individual citizens must rise up and take a stand for the future, for the people, and for the planet.

Thank you.

Thank you all for coming out.

And as you know, we have the filmmaker here tonight, Jackie Christianson from Eugene.

That was tremendous, amazing work.

Thank you so much for sharing that with us.

Now if you have any questions, she's ready to take them if you've got them.

Is that right, Jackie? Yeah.

Yeah, I just want to thank you, Jackie, for that uplifting, hopeful vision there.

It was really awesome.

I feel like if you bombard people with too many horrific images, it just feels like it's too late or too much to take on.

It fulfills the end-of-world vision.

Well, you're not going to get anywhere with those people anyway.

Dena?

Yeah, I mean, end of the world, what's there really to lose?

But, Jackie, I'm curious... What you think it is exactly that we're supposed to do?

Do you have some sort of big plan or...?

I think this one big plan thinking leads to a lot of the problems we're facing.

Part of the idea for me, is not thinking there's just one big thing.

I'm not focused on big plans. I'm focused on small plans.

A lot of small plans.

I think just by us coming together and sharing our concerns in one...

What time are we meeting your guy?

We said 11:00.

11:00.

We're not gonna make it.

The guy didn't really seem like he had a lot going on.

I could give him a call, though.

No, no.

I don't want to find a pay phone right now.

Breathe, Josh.

Okay.

We'll be there soon.

All is well.

Got a inboard 5-liter V-8 engine.

Well, it looks really nice.

Yeah. It's a great boat.

Kind of hate to get rid of her. I'm sure.

Lot of good skiing, I can tell you that.

Yeah.

But, you know, time for a change.

Both kids off to college... lot of good skiing though.

May I use your bathroom?

Uh, yeah, sure.

Through the garage there, up the stairs.

Thanks. Yeah.


I'm a nurse. He works at a supermarket.

Ah. What one?

You definitely want those brake lights working.

All right, we're good.

All right.

Well, we've always wanted a boat.

Can't believe this is happening, right, honey?


No, not hungry.

Are we almost there?

We must be in Wyoming by now, coming up on the Dakotas.

I don't know. Half an hour, maybe.

He's pretty out there.

I thought you said he lived close.

He does.

This is close.

This is close.

We've already gone like this.

Are we going like this?

You can tell me, if we are.

It's close for here, okay?

This isn't Connecticut.

It's not? No.

Shit, I must've got off on the wrong train.

What is that?

Deer.

You're stopping?

It's half in the road.


It's warm.

What does that mean?

It's a doe.

She's pregnant.

The baby's alive in there.

Oh, my God.


Where'd you get this thing?

Medford.

Medford.

Party barge. Yeah.

You must be D.

You're the infamous H.

Nice to meet you.

At your service.

Night Moves?

Slick.

We could've had Gone Fishin' or Wet Dream, but those sounded kind of lame.

There was Makin' Waves, Reel Wild...

Get it? Reel, two Es.

Pretty awesome.

Jamaican Me Crazy, Gone With the Wind, looked at all those.

All right. So what do you think? Size-wise, is this gonna work?

Uh-huh.

You got a key?

Yeah.

Good. Good space.

We'll take all of this out.

Yeah.

How much this set you back anyway?

It wasn't cheap.

I bet.

You paid cash, right?

No, I gave the guy my credit card number and then told him to check out my webpage, and then I posted it on Facebook so everyone else could see it too.

Cash, the poor people's money.

So it looks all right?

Oh, yeah.

She'll do.

It's a shame.

It's not a bad ship here.

It's got years left in her if you treated her right.

If I was keeping her, I'd say there are some easy repairs to do.

But, uh, I guess we don't give a shit about longevity, do we?

Nope.

Good to see you, brother.

Yeah, you, too, Harmon. It's been a while.

Well, you never come around.

Well, neither do you.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Um...

Why don't you just park your rig over there, okay?

Yeah.

And then let's head back inside, all right?

'Cause there's narcs everywhere out here, and don't trust the raccoons at all!

Hot off the presses.

Cary Taylor.

Looks like I've gained a few pounds, but, whatever.

Cary Taylor. Really?

Cary Taylor.

Fucking idiot.

Tomorrow this is who we are, all right?

No exceptions.

Joseph Macca, 10-30-81.

Here.

I'll call you Joey.

You always looked like a Joey to me.

These look really good, man.

Nice work.

I'm Edward, just so you know.

You can just call me Ed.

Ed.

Ed McMahon, Ed Sullivan.

Joe... McCarthy.

You see the new golf course on the way in?

Is that what that was?

No, we just saw dump trucks.

Yep.

Just the latest outpost of the Portland empire.

And taxidermy, gourmet food, $8 coffee...

Sounds pretty cool.

Yeah, fuck cool.

Keep your fucking cool to yourself.

You know how many golf courses there are in Bend already?

No. Guess.

I don't know.

Guess.

5.

15.

29.

It's the high plains desert.

Where's the water?

Right?

Absolute bullshit.

Okay.

So how's everything else going?

Are we on schedule?

Mm...

Yeah, real close.

Close? What do you mean close?

We could use another couple hundred pounds of fertilizer.

Sorry, I thought you said that you had it all under control.

I mean, it's not that easy.

I can't go in that often.

And I have to work.

Right?

Those greens don't mow themselves, you know?

So how much... how much do you have?

Mm, 1,000 pounds, give or take.

And how much do we need?

500 pounds would be nice.

500 pounds?

Look, we can go with what we have.

I mean... it's probably all right.

God knows that dam wants to come down.

There is a serious tonnage of water just pushing up against her walls.

Everything in the world is telling her to give up and let go.

But still, I mean, we should just help her all we can. Right?

So what... what are you saying that we do?

Let's go to the feed store in the morning, that's all.

They're not gonna sell us that much.

There's just one way to find out.

No, anything over 10 pounds sends up major red flags for these guys.

That's not necessarily true. It is true.

We should've known about this earlier.

Yeah, one second, let me just...

Okay, no, if that's what we got to do.

Yeah.

All right, we'll go out in the morning.

Then we'll come back here and stuff the turkey.

'Kay?

We'll put in Sunday.

We'll move into position Sunday night.

Monday morning, we'll all go to work like nothing happened, okay?


He knows what he's talking about?

Yeah.

Yeah, he was trained by the best, the United States Marine Corps.

You trust him?

Definitely.

All right. I'm going to bed.

You think she's all right?

Yeah.

Yeah, she's done some shit.

She's good.

She did that thing in Eugene with you... the cell towers?

Yeah. Yeah.

She bankrolled that. That's what I heard.

What do you mean, that's what you heard?

Well, you told me that, you dumb-ass.

That's good. You're paranoid.

Healthier that way in the long run.

She paid for it.

Mm.

How much was that boat?

10 grand.

Rich daddy.

I don't see why she has to be here, though.

She's done plenty already.

It's part of the deal.

I don't see why she just doesn't go home.

We can take her down to the train station tomorrow morning.

Mm-mm.

This isn't the same as those other shows, my friend.

This is on a different level.

You know that.

You think I don't know that?

No, you know. Okay.

You definitely know.

This is gonna be big.

Yeah, it's got to be big.

If people are going to start thinking anyway...

Killing all the salmon just so you can run your fucking iPod every second of your life.

And that's what's gonna happen.

People are gonna start thinking.

They have to.

You ever see Randy anymore? Mm.

No, not for a while.

He was squatting in Eagle Creek, last I heard.

Slipping back out into the wild.

Lucky man. Hmm.

I thought it opened earlier.

I'm sorry.

It won't take that much longer.

Don't worry. I'm not worried.

All right. No, we got to eat.

It gives Dena a chance to do her homework.

I've got it.

How are your eggs?

They look dry.

I like them this way.

You should have some.

Mm, no.

I only eat oatmeal in the morning.

Girl, you need protein.

It makes your brain fire better.

Believe me. You should have some eggs.

My brain fires just fine, mister. Oats are the best.

They're a perfect food. Okay, Okay.

So what are you gonna say if he asks why you want it?

For the broccoli.

For all the goddamn broccoli that needs its nitrogen.

I'm fine.

Don't worry about it.

I'm not worried about it.

Harmon.

Hey, man. How you doing?

Keeping my nose clean, you know.

Glad to hear it.

Well, you have a good day, brother.

You too. Take it easy.

Yep. See you around.

The hell was that?

I thought you said you don't know anybody around here?

I barely know him.

How do you barely know him?

We served time together.

What?

I thought you said you didn't have any priors.

What the hell is your deal?

When were you gonna tell us that?

Calm down.

It's so long ago, it doesn't really count.

It's gone, expunged.

Your friend is really something here, Mr. Ed... or is it Harmon?

Things are kind of getting mixed up already, and we're, what, an hour in?

You think your record is gone?

You think anything is ever gone anymore?

You need to join this century, dude, and realize that your record is not just sitting in some filing cabinet somewhere.

They don't just burn it. Nothing is ever gone anymore.

You need to know that.

Just take it easy, because it's not that big a deal.

It is a big deal.

I think we all should know what we're dealing with here.

Oh, could you please shut up?

Okay. Okay.

All right.

Now remember, just be as forgettable as possible, all right?

The cameras are on the edges of the store, so stay to the middle aisle as much as possible.

Keep your hat on, okay?

Mm-hmm.

Hey, hey, remember, ten acres, okay?

You got ten acres of land.

Hey, I'm looking for your larger bags?

Your 50-pound bags?

Oh, they're outside, out that door and over in the shed.

Cool, thanks.

When she was in... in Manila, she shared a room with ten sisters, and she gets here.

She looks at the house, and she says, "The house is too small."

All right, hasta luego, all right, Goose?

All right. Have a good day.

Can I help you?

Yeah.

I'm looking for ammonium nitrate fertilizer.

Do you have that?

Did you look around?

A little.

Yeah?

Nope, we don't have it.

None at all?

Well, you can... you can ask in the front office.

Where's that?

In the trailer.

Thanks.


Can I help you?

Yeah, I think so.

Looking to get some fertilizer.

Sure, you know what you're looking for?

Yeah, the ammonium nitrate.

Hope you've got it.

How much you need?

500 pounds.

What are you growing with that, if you don't mind my asking?

Oh, beets, carrots, onions, parsnips, broccoli.

I wonder if you've tried our new sodium fertilizer?

It's good stuff by all reports, fast uptake, just like ammonium.

Yeah, I think I'll probably stick with what we're used to.

Thank you, though. All right.

How much you say you need?

500 pounds.

And how many acres you covering?

Ten.

All right.

I need your signature, your ID...

Coming up.

Yep, no problem.

And your Social Security card.

I don't think I have that.

I don't usually carry that around with me.

Well, I'm gonna... I'm gonna need to see your Social Security card before I sell you ammonium nitrate, you understand?

I could tell you the number, no problem.

No, I'm gonna need to see it... controlled substance and all.

Okay. All right.

Well, let me... let me go check in my truck.

I'll be right back.

What's up?

He wants a Social Security card.

What?

Bullshit.

Complete and utter bullshit. Just a power trip.

He's making shit up.

Who carries around their Social Security card?

That's what I said, but I told him I'd check in the car.

All right, let's just go. Come on. We'll find it someplace else.

No, no, no, no.

Just split you mean? Yeah.

What, you don't think so?

I'm just thinking that's the easiest way to get remembered out here, right?

You probably ought to go back in there, I'd say.

No, no, no, no.

Just go back in, tell him you left your card at home.

See what happens.

Worst case is, he doesn't make the sale, but you can't just leave him hanging, right?

Go on.

Yeah, I don't have that with me.

I don't carry that around on me usually.

Well, that's inconvenient.

Yeah, it is.

I don't even really know where it is, but I really do need that load.

So I don't know if there's something we can work out, or some way to get around this.

Well, you could go home, take a look, come back later. We're open till 5:00.

Yeah.

We're up near Pine Hollow, so I wouldn't be able to get back for another week.

Well, I wish I could help.

Well, how much can I get today without the card?

None.

I can't leave you some collateral or something?

I'm afraid not.

Look, sir, the winter went extra long this year, so we're already late getting that stuff on the ground, and the broccoli really needs it now, or it's not gonna be ready in time.

Well, I'm real sorry.

The forage production is a big deal for us too.

We've got a 120 milk cows that need that grass and clover.

Look, you come back here with the proper identification.

I'm sure we can work something out.

But until then, I can't help you.

I'm sorry. That's just how it is.

You'd sell it to me if I looked like these guys.

I know these guys.

Lucky you don't look like us.

All right, look, sir.

If you want to, you can call my uncle. Nature's Harvest is our name.

We grow carrots, onions, beets, parsnips, broccoli, and we have 120 milk cows that supply for Wilber Dairy.

You probably drink our milk.

I do drink the milk if it's on sale.


You want to go around and grab this?

Sure.

Got that? Yeah.

So, uh.

I'm thinking we'll put in upstream a ways.

Closest place is Lake of the Woods, not too many spectators this time of year.

Yep. How far upstream?

Uh, the boat launch is six or seven clicks from the reservoir.

We'll put the boat down first, then take the truck further down the mountain.

All right, that sounds good.

You good with this?

Yeah. I'm good.

Easy.

Heavy load.


You want to just follow me?

Wait, I thought you said no one would be here?

This is nothing.

You should see it in the on-season.

All right.

Come on. Follow me.

All right.


You're almost right dead in the middle, just a little below the very center of the price range.

Let's see if you are on your way to Miami for six nights.

Is she right?

You got it!

You're going to Miami! You're going to Miami!

I've been walking for, like, 11 miles.

I can't go any more.

My ankles are breaking.


We'll be fast.

Let's find a safe place to park the trailer, all right?

And careful where you park.

The lot has cameras now, okay?

Got it.


Now what should we do?

That's a big guy.

Should I shoot that?

Bam!

That guy has a broken arm.

That guy has arms.

Let's shoot his arms!

Boom, Boom.


Which way are you going back?

Uh, 26, across the mountain.

It's out of the way, but there's more traffic.

We can blend in.

When we split up, we shouldn't talk on the phone.

Yeah, no way.

Yeah, no contact. No contact.

No contact. Yeah.

Howdy. Oh, shit.

How are you guys doing today?

Not bad.

Beautiful day.

Don't mind me. I'm just out walking around.

Got to keep walking all the time.

My legs are killing me.

Nerves are messed up.

You don't want to hear about it.

Anyway, awesome spot you found.

Yep.

Yeah, they fixed it up real nice.

Oh, yeah, I used to come here back in the '80s.

Back in the '80s... man, those were wild times... wild times.

Take care.

How deep is this lake anyway?

Uh, 200 feet this time of year.

What kind of fish are in it?

Cutthroat trout, mainly.

It's all I've ever seen.

That's an oily fish.

Good omega-3 fatty acids in trout, good for the heart.

Good for depression too, they say.

All I know is, they're fun to catch.

What makes them fun?

They like to fight, they like to jump.

Sometimes they break free, and I respect that in a fish.

I've never fished.

No, never? Not once?

Nope. Not one time?

Nope.

Mm.

Saw a lot of paintings of fish when I was a kid.

Those were our family vacations, just looking at paintings of places we'd rather be.

Someday you'll fish.

No.

I'm not fishing now.

In 2048, the oceans are gonna be empty.

Yeah? Who says?

Science.

Science? Maybe science is wrong.

No.

29% of edible fish have gone down by 90%.

More people are moving to the coastlines, means more pollution, more waste.

Situation is getting "geometically" worse.

It'll all go fast in the end.

Once the marine biodiversity goes, everything goes with it.

You know a lot.

The one good class I took in college.

Really? That's it?

I hate to hear that.

I wasn't there very long.

Just a bunch of poseurs shooting up for four years before they took their media jobs in New York.

It was a joke. I couldn't wait to get out of there.

You should go fishing some time before it's all gone.


That's not a good spot.

No.

Yeah, I got a flat.

Yeah, well you know, I'm gonna need your help.

Yeah, yeah, I got... no, I got... yeah, this... yeah, it's right here.

Yes, I do have a jack.


Babe, I wish you could see this.

Yeah.

I'm looking pretty manly right now.

Okay, car is in the air.

How far am I going with this? Hey.

Can you stop it? Okay.

Not a great idea.


Oh!


Hey, we're good.


Shit.

Okay. Okay.


Whew.


Later, brother.

See you, D!


Okay.

We just got to get home, show up for work tomorrow morning, just get back to normal, okay?

Hey, are you listening to me?

Uh, yeah.

Okay.

Shit.


Put your seat belt on.

Good evening, I'm Sergeant Snook with the Talent Police Department.

We're just checking the area right now, identifying everybody coming through.

I need to see your license.

Yeah, of course.

How are you guys doing tonight?

Oh, we're doing good.

Good. How about your passenger?

I need to see some ID for you.

Joseph, would you mind stepping out of the vehicle for me?

I'd just like to talk to you over here.

Yeah.

Why don't you lift up this tarp here?

I need to see what's underneath there.

Can you lift that up for me?

Yeah.

How about the box?

Could you slide the box over here?

Do you mind if I take a look inside?

Do you mind if I look inside?

No.

That's just, like, um, a CSA box.

It's, like, community supported agriculture for home delivery, just vegetables.

Okay, Joseph.

You didn't see anything coming through, did you, that looked out of the ordinary to you?

No. No, okay.

Here's your guys' IDs back.

Thanks, and have a good night. Okay.

Good evening.

Hi.

I'm Sergeant Snook with the Talent Police Department.


You wouldn't have the organization skills to pull off something like that.

You don't have good interrogation skills.

Well, clearly, these people have some organizational skills.

Good morning. Hey.

I didn't know you were back already.

Oh, yeah, yeah. I got in late.

Nothing local on there, you know.

Unless you want to see what's happening in Beverly Hills every five seconds of the day, then cool.

But if you want to see what's happening in your own river, sorry.

What's going on?

Somebody blew up the Green Peter Dam last night.

Big story, national news.

And this guy was downriver, sleeping on the bank.

Now they can't find him.

I am never going camping again, well, unless I'm uphill.

God, what a bummer.

Can you imagine that?

It's like, "Dude, quit snoring.

"Wait a minute.

"There's an entire lake coming for us.

Holy shit!" That's so funny, Dylan.

You have, like, no feelings at all.

Oh, I'm sorry that my sympathy's with the water on this one.

Wow, okay. Now you're insane.

No, come on.

Like, of course, if something happened to that guy, that's awful.

I hope they find him. I do.

I'm just saying... someone's got to start somewhere, you know?

Seriously.

What, Sean, you don't agree?

No, they're idiots, that's all.

Yeah, but you don't think they had a point?

Yeah, sure, they had a fine point.

But one dam? Who cares?

That river has ten dams on it.

The grid is everywhere.

You need to take down, like, 12 dams to make a difference, 100.

Doesn't do anything.

And, what, you want a nuke plant?

Because that's your only other option when you get down to it.

No, no. I'm just saying I want everyone to use less.

I mean, is that so much to ask? I mean, it's something, you know?

Yeah, it's a statement, right.

I'm not interested in statements. I'm interested in results.

Seriously, you don't call that results?

No, I call that theater.

All right, well, what's your solution?

Look out the window.

It's a lot slower, but it makes a lot more sense to me.

You have a good time?

Oh.

It was Portland.

I looks like you had a good time.

I'm just... I'm tired.

Where'd you stay?

I stayed at this friend's house. The guy just moved to town.

Come on, you two, we start mass today.


Oh, no!

Almost lost it.

There we go.

Okay, that's good.

Whoa.

I feel something.

Look at that!

Whoa!

Mom, look at my aura!

Beautiful. Okay.

I want to try that!

Okay, give me a second.

Yeah, that means he's spiritual.

Hey, Felix!

No, your aura level just went down, Let go, let go. Ow!

Hey, Josh.

You want me to read your aura?

Oh? It works.

Okay.

Have you seen this thing? Hey, Corser.

What is it? It's my aura reader.

Oh, I've seen it. It's all black.

Yeah, okay. Sorry.

Now it's time to see who you people really are.

Hey, Josh.

Hey, Corser.

What's up, man?

Not much. You?

Well, I burned my cheese license.

I heard about that. Well...

Yeah.

Was there any fallout?

Not a peep. Hmm.

I know the F.D.A knows, by now... but I haven't heard a word.

So what do you think will happen?

No idea.

Shit.

Uh, could... Oh.

Hello?

It's me.

Hey.

What's up?

Have you talked to Dena?

No.

No, I thought we weren't talking right now.

Yeah, well that's what I thought too, but she's been calling me a lot.

Why is she calling you?

I don't know, but she is.

And she doesn't seem like she's doing so good.

Okay, but no one should be talking.

We... we shouldn't even be talking right now.

Yep, I know, but it's happening.

So what do you mean, she's not doing so good?

You read the news?

Yeah.

She's upset.

Yeah, well, me too.

He'll turn up.

You watch.

Well, you don't think she would, like, do anything stupid, do you?

I don't know. That's why I'm calling you.

Okay, so...

So maybe I should go talk to her.

Yeah, maybe. Yeah.

What, you don't think I should?

I don't know. I don't know how it is between you two.

If you think it would help, you should definitely talk to her.

If not, I don't know.

I just wanted you to know.

That's all.

She isn't doing that great.

Okay.

So how... how about you, though?

Are you... are you okay?

I'm okay.

Sure.


Good night.

Good night.


Hi.

I thought we were gonna stay away for a while.

Yeah, I just wanted to check in.

Come on in.

Harmon called you, didn't he?

Yeah. We talked for a second.

He said that you were worried.

That's all.

Worried.

Yeah.

Do you want to talk about it?

What am I supposed to say?

Have you seen the website?

What website?

Of course you haven't seen it.

Why would you care?

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

The one for the missing camper.

No.

You should see it.

All of his friends are posting, his wife, his kids, his mother.

I can't believe this.

Okay, look.

It's not what anyone wanted, but the guy is probably fine.

We don't know anything.

You said no one would get hurt.

But they did.

We don't know that, but... but it's natural for you to feel so upset.

There's nothing natural about this.

We could have done this in the winter when no one would be there.

What did you think was gonna happen?

Wow.

So... so what are you gonna do?

What do you mean?

I mean, are you going to do anything?

Or are you going to be able to get through this and keep on going?

Is that why you're here?

Do you mean, am I gonna call the cops?

Am I gonna go visit the Halter family and tell them what really happened?

I don't really know, so just leave me alone.

Hey, Dena.

Let me go.

You're hurting me.

Sorry.

I bet the salmon did it.

Like, suicide salmon, they, like, organized, got arms from the sturgeon or something, you know?

Did you hear about those artichokes at Trillium?

They're so good, man. They're amazing.

They had some on samples for last week.

Yeah, yeah, I heard about that.

I heard they were better than last year's.

That's for sure.


We don't open until 10:00.

I'll be... I'll be five minutes... less.

If I make an exception for you...

I can't hear you.

I have to make an exception for everyone.

Okay, I'll be two minutes, okay?

I'll be two minutes.


Bye.

Later, man.

You talk to Dena again?

Yeah.

And what's happening?

She's taking it hard.

Yeah, well, join the club.

Yeah, well, there's hard, and there's hard.

So... is she talking?

It's just a matter of time.

One person.

Okay?

That's all it takes.

Yeah.

So?

I don't know.

Something's got to happen.

Oh, you got ideas?

Nope, but jail don't sound too good to me.

The time for this... try life plus 300 years.

Shit.


Hey.


Hi, Josh.

Hey. How's it going?

Good.

Hey, Josh.

Okay, let's go.

Come on, guys. Come on.

Hey, come on. Come on.

Scout, let's go. Scout.

Scout, let's go.

Hey. Scout.

Here.

Hey, Josh, can I talk to you for a second?

Now?

Yeah, now would be good.

What's up?

Now, I don't know exactly what's going on.

What you do is your own business, but people are talking.

You know that?

Who's talking?

You know, just tell me.

Tell me who's talking.

Dena and Anne talked last night.

And what did she say?

I don't know.

She didn't have to say anything.

Anne knows her too well.

Anne's not stupid.

And who else is Dena talking to?

That's not the point.

Now, I don't know anything, all right?

All right.

I don't know what happened.

I don't ever have to know, but I can't be an accomplice to this.

You're not. You don't even know anything.

You're not getting it, Josh. We live here.

That means I'm abetting. My whole family's abetting you.

Don't you get it, man? We could lose everything.

Okay.

This is not gonna blow over, man.

Okay.

Do your thing, whatever you have to do, but don't take us down, all right?

You know how long it took for us to make this?


Hey, Josh.


Josh.

Yeah.

Oh, hey.

What's going on?

I hear you're taking off.

Oh, yeah, yeah, for a little while, At least.

Right away?

Yeah.

Are you, um... are you gonna go up to Portland?

'Cause I think I'm gonna be going up there soon actually.

Oh, no.

I'm heading east, so...

Oh, bummer. Sorry.

Well, it's a good time to be getting out, anyways.

Why? What do you mean?

Did you hear about Corser?

Well, yeah.

The Feds knocked on his door and took away his computers.

Why?

Burning the license, they said.

But Corser says that's bullshit, that they're on to something.

It's out of this world, right?

So what did he do?

He gave them the computers.

You know, this is not the food inspectors, man.

He's not gonna mess with these guys.

Surprise, come on.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

I'll meet up with you in a second.

God, it's like, "Go away," right?

So have you talked to Dena lately?

No.

No.

Yeah, me neither.

I haven't seen her in a while. Yeah.

I heard she was kind of down or something.

Oh, yeah?

Yeah. Hmm.

Mm-hmm. That's what Sarah said.

Mm-hmm.

I just... I thought you would know something.

I don't.

Okay, well... if you talk to her, tell her to give me a call, okay?

Okay.


Good night.

That was amazing. Thank you.

Hope you don't get in trouble for this.

No, Audrey's cool.

This play just takes it out of me.

I feel much better.

Good. I'm glad.

You should really treat yourself too.

Oh, it's just hives or a rash or something, whenever I'm stressed.

Well, try to take care of yourself.

If anything happens this weekend, give me a call.

See you.


What the fuck, Josh?

What are you doing here?

Get out, Josh. Go home.

I just wanted to make sure that you're okay.

Because I've been, personally, not so good.

And if I'm not good, and you're not good, then...

No, I'm fine. No, no, no, I just...

I just think it's important that we know what we feel.

Yeah, yeah, I get it. I got it.

Whoa!

Good, okay, now stay off the fucking phone.

Stay off the goddamn computer.

Don't open your mouth at all.

Go somewhere else.

Get out of town if you have to.

Ow!


Yes, I went to see her last night.

And, yeah, there was kind of like... like an accident, and...

Are you talking about D?

You're telling me D isn't in the picture anymore?

Is that it? She... Did she quit on this?

Yeah.

Yeah, she quit.

Don't tell me anything. I don't want to know.

Yeah, but, I mean, it was an accident, though. I mean, she...

I know. I know man. Just calm down. I know.

She quit by accident. Okay.

I don't know.

Like, I was thinking, maybe, like, you and I could go somewhere, like, kind of quiet, like just out in the middle of nowhere or something.

I got a lot of stuff.

And I could come and get you.

I can come and get you now. I don't know where you are.

You got to get real lost now.

You got to get real lost and stay lost.

Okay.

That's it.

Yeah, I know.

Okay.

Okay.


♪ All the nasty weather ♪

♪ And something part of you ♪

♪ I'll be part of you and me ♪


You need any help?

No. No, I'm good.

Okay.

No, actually...

Actually I'm here about that job.

Oh, okay, cool.

Hey, Tim! Hmm?

This guy's here about the job.

Oh, great.

Hi, there. Hey.

Why don't you come to the front desk with me.

We'll have you fill an application, okay?

Okay.

Do you have any retail experience?

Yeah.

Great, great.

You from around here?

Yeah.

And do you have a car?

Mm-hmm.

Great.

Well, here you go.

If you want to just fill that out and tell me when you're done, I'll fill in the parts I need to fill out, and we'll just take it from there, okay?

Okay.