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Whoa! Dad and Mom were able
to log board this? Wow!
I don’t know if that’s even
appropriate for an Alpha.
I think it would be killer,
Stinky, and I’m an Alpha.
And remember… Dad is a
proud omega, as am I.
Well, as the future leader
of the pack…
I wouldn’t allow alphas
to be doing things like this.
– Mm-hmm.
– How about things like this?
Pick a tree. Any tree.
Runt, do you need
to take a whiz?
– What?
– Claudette, inappropriate.
This is male-to-male stuff, all right?
Runt, do you need to take a whiz?
What is wrong with you two? I may
be the runt, but give me a break.
I was born only, like, a few
minutes later than you wolves.
But you’re still so cute.
Cute?
Runt, it is unsightly for a wolf
to be climbing a tree.
Runt!
I think he’s saying,
“Talk to the butt.”
Don’t forget what Mom and Dad always say.
Our uniqueness makes us strong.
Hey, what up?
That is unique,
all right.
Okay, parents’ first dinner.
Let’s get this place in order.
Oh, Humphrey, can you move
the log board to the wall?
This is where we fell in love.
I know. Against the wall.
– Completely against the wall.
– I don’t know.
I think the angle
makes it a little less…
militant.
Oh, and I almost forgot. Can
you retrieve the buried bones?
Retrieve?
As in “dig them up”?
Right.
Where I buried them.
We’re serving bones.
Our first dinner.
Are you criticizing
my dinner choice?
No, no, no. Not at all.
Bones have lots of… roughage.
Humphrey, dear, just dig.
Sheesh, what am I?
The family pet?
Hey, Humphrey. Nice digs.
Don’t get me started.
Looks like you already have.
How’s life with an Alpha?
– Efficient.
– That is what we thought.
“We”?
The guys.
We thought, “Wouldn’t
it be cool to take our”
omega brother to the
wild Berry patch?”
Yeah. I’m not really
a fan of berries.
Fermented berries.
I love berries.
Oh, hi, Salty. Humphrey,
did you find all the…
Hey, Kate, got an idea here. How about
a few berries to go with the dry…
I-I-I mean, uh, the delicious
and nutritious marrow.
Right, Salty?
Come on, what do you say?
Humphrey, you’re begging.
Sorry. Instinct.
Um, well, okay. It would make
for a nice before-dinner snack.
In so many ways.
And it is the holidays
after all.
– Joy to the cave.
– Okay, Humphrey.
Oh, if you see some holly,
bring that back too.
‘Tis the season.
And if you see the pups,
send them home.
Okay. Love you, babe.
Wow, this rocks!
You can see Banff! And…
Hey, check it out. I see three
wolves down in the valley.
Are they of our pack?
Mm, not that I recognize.
Well, maybe I should
go welcome them.
What? Remember Grandpa Winston said
there were rogue wolves in the area.
Let me handle this. Hey!
Who are you guys?
Well, that was real.
Wait a minute.
I do believe there is a large
inhabitant entering our presence.
Like what? A moose?
No. It is…
A grizzly!
I see it right there.
No worries. We got this.
Let me do my thing.
Come on, big guy.
Show me what you’ve got.
– Go, Sis!
– Okay, right this way, wolf-eater.
Claudette, other
wolves, and not of our pack.
As future leader
of this pack, I say charge!
And pick on your
own size next time.
What?
I don’t believe I had the
pleasure of a formal introduction.
My name is Stinky, and
that’s my sister Claudette.
And somewhere around here
is my little brother, Runt.
Runt?
Aren’t you
Winston’s grandpups?
See? They saw him in me.
So… what? You guys
just here to hang out?
Yeah, yeah. We’re-We’re
just passing through.
– What pack are you from?
– We’re from Banff. Just lost our way.
Yeah. Uh,
we’d better get over the train
tracks before nightfall.
Yeah! Oh, that was fun.
Berries are awesome.
Oh, back to the grind.
Uh, I think I’ll just
drop these off and go now.
Hi, Kate! Oh, look at you!
All glammed up for
Mom and Dad, huh?
That was an awfully long trip
to the Berry patch.
Yeah, but look at all the holly I
brought back with me. Deck the cave.
Did you see the pups?
Uh, no, I didn’t.
Paw prints.
Right by the trunk.
I think Runt was jumped. He
probably rushed down to help and…
Another wolf was here.
Yoo-hoo! We’re here!
Great. Hi, Mom!
Look at that view outside.
We should gather up the alphas and
hunt those rogue wolves down.
Let’s give ‘em
the old lockjaw.
As usual, they’re
talking about war.
Hello, Kate.
Hello, Humphrey.
Welcome to
our little home.
Hey, Dad, put a paw up.
The rogue leader wanted
to be King and couldn’t.
Now he has formed
an all-Alpha pack.
– I’ll show ‘em all-Alpha.
– Uh, berries, anyone?
Is Garth coming? I need him
to see life in a cave.
He and Lilly have been
living in the tall grass.
They’re just free spirits.
You know the younger generation…
organic this, natural that.
Gosh, these are good.
Hey, easy with those,
honey.
Oh, hi, everyone.
Sorry we’re late. Lilly and
I took a little detour.
Hi, Sis.
Garth, it’s time
you found a cave.
I told you
I’d give up mine.
Lilly and I like living in the grass.
The very tall grass.
Hi there.
Where’s Runt?
Where are they?
You can find him,
Kate.
Right there.
They’re going to Banff.
We have to go now.
Listen, it’ll be nightfall soon. Let’s
prepare a contingent and go at daybreak.
We can’t wait.
We know this valley.
This is the rogues. They
will have a lot of wolves.
This is what they want… lure us
to the other side and then attack.
I’ll go organize
everyone.
– Nice.
– This small wolf is Winston’s grandpup?
The great Alpha of the Western
pack is producing runts.
You got a problem with that?
See what happens when you let your
Alpha daughter marry an omega?
And you are?
– King.
– Original.
And let me guess…
you’re Princess.
Yes. Well, King,
don’t blame me…
if you were rejected
by my grandpa.
Father, let me handle him.
This is all
you brought me?
What about the other two?
Hey, it got complicated.
We had to fight off bears,
and this guy was in a tree.
Are you sure this is
a shortcut to Banff?
Positive. The omegas
used to log board here.
All we gotta do
is get over the stream.
I thought you said
this was a stream.
Okay. Wrong season.
How are we gonna
get across this? Hmm.
No, Kate. No vines.
– But we did it last time.
– I was young, impulsive.
And now I’m old and impulsive.
Kate, wiggle around.
Wiggle.
I’m trying.
Whoa! Whoa!
I don’t know
if I can hold you.
– Well, you held me last time.
– Yeah, well, that was a few years ago.
Are you implying
that I’ve gained weight?
Are we really
doing this right now?
Please, Kate, come on.
Wiggle.
– Good job, omega.
– It’s all in the tail.
You know,
what’s left of it.
– We need to move on.
Kate, we have to wait this out.
Come on. Over here.
My, what large teeth you have.
– You look cold.
– No, I’m just, well…
Okay. I’m freezing.
And probably hungry.
I, uh… I’m a picky eater.
Just warning you.
But I can be flexible.
Mm, yummy!
Why aren’t you eating the rest?
Don’t you know
how scarce meat is?
I was leaving the other half
for you. You know, like sharing.
I guess it’s an omega thing.
When we have a kill, those who
eat are those who fight for it.
And I’m sure the pups do really
well under that scenario.
The Alpha pups do.
Sleep there.
It’ll be warmer.
Kate and Humphrey. They’re
always doing things their way.
Don’t they realize how
dangerous the rogues can be?
I know what the rogues
are planning.
What is it,
my smart omega?
They want us to send most of our alphas to
find Runt and get trapped by the winter.
Then they’ll have another pack…
hiding in the fields…
attack and destroy our home.
The omegas, the betas.
Well, let ‘em try it.
We’ll have to go
with a smaller contingent.
Leave some alphas here…
just in case.
Everyone’s ready
to go at daybreak.
We can only bring
half of them.
I’ll explain later.
I’m coming too.
No. No, Lilly.
This is an Alpha affair.
No. This is a family affair.
I’ll stay here.
With them.
Let’s all get some rest.
You see, he is weak.
If he were pure Alpha,
he wouldn’t be cold.
– What are you doing?
– Making sure our bait stays alive.
This is against pack law. This
is what we fight against.
If you would’ve brought more bait,
she wouldn’t have to do this.
We leave at daybreak.
How do we find
which way Mom and Dad went?
Go through the field.
I’ll smell them out.
– I can’t believe my eyes.
– Marcel! Paddy!
Guys, are we glad to see you.
And I you.
You see, Paddy?
That wasn’t so bad.
It was a… appropriate.
How did you find us?
Let’s just say someone’s bad
shot flew up and over the cliff.
Never mind the wrong club.
Well, this is really serious. The
rogue wolves have captured Runt.
– What?
– This is terrible.
I have seen these
rogue wolves. Mean things.
They never share their kill
with the birds.
– We think they’re in Banff.
– Well, count us in.
Why, of course. Yes, yes.
Wow, what a way to spend the
holidays… away from my family.
Mom! Dad!
Aren’t those
your other pups?
Stinky, Claudette,
what are you two doing here?
We came to help
find Runt.
– By yourselves?
– Um, yeah. Kind of.
How the heck
did you find us?
I sniffed you out.
Great. All we needed.
I think it’s so charming when the little
ones’ personalities match their parents’.
Yes. They are what
you would call “drama wolves.”
You two are grounded.
You hear me? Grounded!
How does one ground someone
in the outdoors?
Well, we lost Runt, so we’re
gonna find him, like it or not.
Together.
That is what we’ll do.
You’re not going to
talk us out of this.
You two, stay right there.
Hey, guys, listen. Would you go
talk some sense into the pups?
How did our parents get across?
Remember how they said they
flew across on a vine?
We were like, “Yeah, right.”
Now, pups, do not
get any grand ideas.
This is for Runt.
Stinky!
Stinky!
Claudette!
Uh, now what?
Um, uh…
Oh, dear, oh, dear.
What do we do?
– Okay, let’s help them.
– Help them swing it. Yes!
Oh, no. I can’t hold on.
My tail will never
be the same.
Push. Push.
– Oh, my gosh. What do we…
– Jump. Jump!
Oh, oh!
Are you all okay?
They so take after you.
Me? Humphrey,
that is all you.
All right, you two.
I cannot believe those pups
snuck out last night.
They’re sly little guys.
Take after their parents.
Even the birds smell death.
Yeah? I think
they’re smelling you.
Back away.
Let me at that
smart-aleck omega.
Nice. Did I ’cause this?
Walk it off.
You’re just like my Mom.
– Why did you do that?
– He was going to attack our…
If they don’t send a rescue brigade by
sundown, the runt is of no use to us.
Do you understand me?
Yes, Father.
He’s alive. But he is
surrounded by a pack…
even larger
than your own.
How fast can we get there?
How time flies.
Always does.
Are you gonna eat me?
Eat you?
I’m sure you would taste very badly.
You smell any bears?
Yeah. Kind of.
What do you mean, kind of?
Your snout is never wrong.
This one is different.
Only a small whiff of a bear.
Hi, guys.
A very small whiff.
How cute.
Uh, for a future predator.
No. No-no-no, no, no.
Keep going, kids.
They’re all really cute and
cuddly when they’re that age.
Come on, pups. Your
father and I had ourselves…
a bad experience after
he played with a cub.
It wasn’t pretty.
And neither was her breath.
can I come with you?
Talk to the paw. Go home.
What is this, a parade?
So you’re just gonna leave
that cub alone, in the forest?
– Who are you?
– Do you know what will happen…
To that cute
and adorable little cub?
What are you, his agent? You get 10
percent of his cuddliness? Come on.
You know
the rules of the forest.
I know the rules
of survival.
The… Why am I having
this discussion with you?
Sorry. It was a reflex.
Karma, my friend.
Okay. Time to move on.
And fast.
But… But I’m lost.
for gigantic bear tracks.
You’ll be reunited with your
grizzly mama in no time.
I haven’t seen her in days.
I’ve looked everywhere.
Well, look harder.
I can’t.
If the mean wolves see me,
I’m a goner.
Humphrey,
what are you doing?
Yeah, Dad. Stinky and I had our
fill with a bear yesterday.
I do believe the cub
poses a danger to us all.
What if this were Runt?
Okay.
Let’s get moving.
Awesome. I’ve never spent
the holidays with wolves before.
Uh, what took so long
to get through the forest?
Mm, we had to deal
with something.
Did you know that there’s
a bear cub following your pups?
We… adopted him.
Uh, yeah, just for now.
He lost his mother.
– Are you wolves crazy?
– Yep.
Drama wolves.
You pups stay here
with Paddy.
And we mean it.
Totally unfair.
We couldn’t go the extra mile.
An injustice.
This is so wrong.
Wait, wait, wait. Marcel and
I agree with your parents.
There are so many rogue wolves
down in the valley, it would be…
extremely dangerous.
Okay.
Now prepare yourselves.
For what?
Oh, my gosh.
Even with our entire pack here,
they’d outnumber us.
Kate, look.
Wait.
What is it?
– I smell…
– It’s just us.
Paddy?
And us.
I knew it. I knew your
smell would give us away.
What are you doing
with a bear cub?
We kind of
adopted him.
Adopted him?
Oh, trust me,
logic is not our friend here.
– He was lost.
– Okay. Where are Kate and Humphrey?
Under Marcel.
That’s Marcel?
In all his overstuffed down.
Okay, Lilly.
Stay and watch over them.
I will. Hurry back,
my macho Alpha.
Mm, miss ya.
Humphrey, you distract them, and I’ll
sneak around the back and grab Runt.
Distract them. How am I gonna distract
an entire pack of big, bad alphas?
– Dad?
– Kate, Humphrey.
We’re here to help. Our other
alphas are right behind us.
Some of those wolves
used to run with my pack.
Right. They’ll recognize us.
But they don’t know me…
as an Alpha.
They haven’t come for Runt?
No. There’s no sign
of any of them.
Hmm. This is not like
Winston and Tony.
Wait. Over there.
Who is that?
That is one big wolf.
It’s huge. It must be
a special class of Alpha.
We must go greet him.
Recruit him.
Hey, Garth,
they’re approaching.
Stake your territory. It’ll keep
them from coming too close.
You want me to pee? No, you fool.
I want you to howl.
Did you hear that weak howl?
Do it bigger,
like a real Alpha.
That is my howl.
They’re coming closer.
They won’t stop until you have a big howl.
It’s a power thing.
Ow. Ow.
That’s odd.
A giant Alpha that can’t howl.
Oh, gosh. They’re running now. And it
doesn’t look like the welcome wagon.
Okay, Humphrey.
When I say “Now,” yawn.
– Yawn?
– Yes. Yawn big. Now!
– That was Humphrey?
– Oh, I didn’t know he had it in him.
We respect your territory.
Come into ours.
Uh, mm-hmm. Okay, Garth,
move forward, slowly.
It’s like
he’s floating.
I come to the edges
of thy territory.
What pack are you from? I’ve never
seen an Alpha as big as you.
Well, that is because where
I come from, we eat bears.
Bears?
Where did you come from?
I…was… chasing…
the biggest grizzly
in Alaska.
And next thing I know,
I’m in Canada.
Nice people.
Uh, oh, and um, the bear…
Well, I was, uh…
I was just about to
dine on it. Yes.
You caught it?
We never speak of this again.
Let’s not even
talk about it now.
Why, who is that beauty
of an Alpha?
Ah, my daughter. A supreme
Alpha, like all of us.
May I have a closer look?
Please.
Come inside our territory.
Oh, uh… Oh, well, I see that she
already has a pup, so never mind.
Never-Never mind.
Oh, no. That’s not hers.
I would prefer, uh, if she…
if she meet me halfway.
Princess, quickly.
Yes, beautiful Princess.
Oh, my. If only we had
alphas as beautiful as you.
What is your name,
mighty Alpha?
Um, uh, Lockjaw.
Lockjaw?
That’s unusual.
Runt. Runt.
This way.
Yes, yes, well,
once I ate a Mountain lion.
That too? Excellent. I never
thought of eating a lion.
– Talk about gamy.
That’s right.
Keep ‘em laughing, Humphrey.
We could use a wolf with
that strength and appetite.
Come closer, Lockjaw.
Join us.
I must… guard my kill.
And look.
The vultures are already here.
If they don’t kill him,
I will.
Okay, Runt,
come this way.
Yes, my alphas. If you join me
in eating this grizzly bear…
you too will become
a super Alpha.
– I can’t wait.
– Okay now.
Uh, you, King, you’re gonna be first.
And then let’s…
How about the wolf next to you with…
Yeah, yes.
You. You, with the brown nose.
Come forth
for your grizzly meat.
King,
the omega is gone!
Over there!
What? It’s a trick!
Alphas, get them!
Get them all!
Runt!
Runt! Take the pups
to the north side.
The human roads? It’ll be okay.
You’ve done it before.
Come on, pups. Quickly.
Well, what about me?
I’ll bring you to the middle of the forest.
You’ll be safer there.
Lilly, go with them.
I’m staying here.
I may not be strong,
but I’m smart.
Paddy, we have to
do something to help.
Uh, let… Let me think. Hmm.
The best we can do
is slow them down.
They have three times as many, so
we’ll fight four times as hard.
Wait, wait. Stop!
What do you have?
I smell a grizzly.
A very large grizzly.
Great. The more, the merrier.
You were saying?
Mom! Mom! Stop!
They made sure
that I was safe.
Uh, hi there. I’m Humphrey.
This is Kate,
and those are our pups.
And now they’re in trouble.
We can only mess them up, Winston.
We won’t be able to stop this.
They can’t handle our numbers.
They are weak. Purity will win.
Princess, lead the rest of the pack
to Winston’s home and claim it.
No, Father. Not this time.
Princess.
Princess!
They are not going to get
my grandpups or our home.
– What the…
Mom, they’re our friends.
I’ll be darned.
And she is too.
But everyone else,
they’re fair game.
I’ll take
good care of him.
I think the playing field
just got a bit more even.
This is going to be fun.
Ready to battle.
If it isn’t
the infamous Garth.
The strongest Alpha
in the Western pack.
I hear he is married
to an omega.
A weak omega.
Bombs away!
Well, it was that
or a windshield.
Stop. Stop!
I order you to stop!
Oh, look. They’re running away.
Those cowards.
Humphrey.
It’s getting too cold,
right?
Mom, Dad, might we make it
home in time for Christmas?
Let’s talk.
I’m not even sure
where we are anymore.
It’s so cold.
We’re lost, aren’t we?
Runt? What gives?
– Is my son climbing a…
– Here we go again.
Runt, you get
down here right now.
Hey, look.
I see it. I see it!
I don’t care what you see.
– I see the human roads.
– Really?
Really.
How far, Runt?
Way down the Mountain.
I’d say 10 miles or so.
If only there was
a fast way to get there.
Oh, no. No, no, no.
No, no-no-no-no-no-no-no!
All right, lean left.
Now right.
This is awesome!
Whoa! I still don’t think this is
appropriate for an Alpha, but…
– It sure does rock.
– Rock!
– It does.
– No, rock!
Hold on.
Is everyone okay?
Is everyone okay?
Guys? Guys?
So where we headed now,
Runt?
Oh, my gosh. It can’t be.
Kate, bite my paw.
Please bite it.
What?
Bite it.
Okay.
– Ow! Kate!
– You said, “Bite it.”
I wanted to see if I was still
asleep, in a bad dream.
This is where your mother and
I survived a mad hunter.
Wasn’t it, like,
some big, bad dude?
Y-Yeah.
Well, more or less.
Is that him?
He looks like a wimp.
Don’t let those Chestnut eyes
fool you. He is a killer.
Wait. There it is.
The blinking lights.
Awesome. That is what I saw
from the top of the Mountain.
Oh, gosh. Everyone
behind the Dumpster.
What’s he doing?
I-I don’t know.
He left the door open?
Let’s go see the tree.
It’s really pretty.
No. It’s a trap.
He wants us
to go in there.
– Runt!
– Runt!
– Runt!
– Claudette!
Stinky!

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CASTLE: There are two kinds of folks
who sit around thinking
about how to kill people:
Psychopaths and mystery writers.
I’m the kind that pays better.
Who am I?
I’m Rick Castle.
Castle. Castle.
I really am ruggedly handsome,
aren’t I?
Every writer needs inspiration
and I found mine.
Detective Kate Beckett.
Beckett. Beckett.
– “Nikki Heat”?
– The character he’s basing on you.
And thanks to my friendship
with the mayor,
I get to be on her case.
I’d be happy to let you spank me.
And together, we catch killers.
We make a pretty good team,
you know.
Like Starsky and Hutch.
Turner and Hooch.
You do remind me a little of Hooch.
(ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)
(GRUNTING)
You need someone to steady your bag.
Are you offering?
Yeah. Sure.
All right.
– Thanks.
– All right.
(GRUNTING)
Nice.
(CHUCKLING)
(CELL PHONE RINGING)
– Thank you.
– Anytime.
Beckett.
ALEXIS: All right, here comes the turn.
Mmm. Actually, sweetie,
it’s called the river.
Right. Right.
The fifth community card
is called “the river” or “fifth street.”
Now you’re on the trolley, kid.
(SIGHS) So, who won?
Oh. Well, actually,
you had me until the river.
Mmm-hmm. And you got a third jack,
and trip jacks beat trip nines.
– You win.
– Don’t sweat it, sweetheart.
Just your first lesson.
What do you say we call it a night?
What? No. Let’s keep playing.
Shuffle up and deal.
MARTHA: Ah! Hello, darlings.
Oh. What’s all this?
Dad’s teaching me the basics
of No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em.
I’m shocked.
Shocked there’s gambling in here.
Deal me in.
(CELL PHONE RINGING)
Good evening, Detective Beckett.
(POLICE RADIO CHATTER)
Victim’s name is Paul Finch.
According to the registration,
it’s his car.
What do we know about him?
ESPOSITO: We ran him for next of kin,
found his wife.
RYAN: She’s on her way in.
And his rap sheet.
He’s a thief.
Couple of bank jobs,
some corporate B and E’s.
But he hasn’t been arrested
in a few years.
So he’s either really lucky…
– Or he’s out of the game.
– What happened?
I’d say he was electrocuted.
That had to be pretty high voltage
for him to get burns lhis that.
Sure. You connect these leads directly
into the ignition system,
you rev the engine high enough…
BECKETT: Looks like they were
trying to torture him,
but ended up killing him instead.
Either way, it wasn’t pleasant.
You know, whoever did this
either wanted to send a message
or needed something from him.
What would somebody need
from a retired…
What?
His eyes are closed.
Did anyone touch the body
before you came here?
Nope. It was like that when I got here.
The killer must have closed them
postmortem.
– That means he knew our victim.
– That means he knew the victim.
I would say, he probably felt guilty
about what he had done,
wanted to erase it.
Have CSU sweep the cars,
and let’s fume the body.
Maybe we’ll get some prints
off of his eyelids.
You got it.
CASTLE: What is it?
You tell me.
Maybe he was murdered by
The Artist Formerly Known As Prince.
BECKETT: Mrs. Finch,
we’re very sorry for your loss.
Does this look familiar to you at all?
No, I’m sorry.
Look, I know what my husband was,
but Paul had been out of the game
since he left prison.
When we got married,
he swore off taking scores.
Then a few weeks ago, he said
he had to go do something for a friend.
Did he tell you what or who?
I begged him not to do it, but he…
He said he owed the guy
from way back.
Paul was a thief, Detective,
but he had this sense of honor.
He was old-fashioned like that.
He was a good man, Detective.
I mean,
God knows he had his faults, but…
This?
He didn’t deserve this.
So the guy comes out of retirement
for one job and ends up dead.
That cannot be a coincidence.
Yeah, what lures a guy
who’s been retired for years
back into the game?
Must’ve been something big.
BECKETT: That was Robbery
on the phone.
They logged in a break-in
at a branch of Manhattan Mutual
the day before yesterday.
Bank heist.
That fits with Finch’s profile.
Did they have any details?
Nope. They’re sending
the new guy up now.
And that would be me.
ESPOSITO: Oh!
– What’s up, bro?
– How you doing?
Why didn’t you tell me you transferred?
You know, I’ve been settling in.
Hey, uh, this is my boy, Tom Demming.
He was one of the best cops
back at the 54th.
This is my partner, Ryan.
– How you doing? You, too.
– Nice to meet you, man.
– ESPOSITO: Richard Castle.
– Yeah, the author, right?
That’s right.
And this is Detective Beckett.
– Yeah, we met.
– Yes. Hi.
(CHUCKLES) So, Paul Finch, huh?
He’s one of the few guys on the island
who could’ve taken a score like that.
Like what?
A couple of pros tunnel into the vault,
drill open a safe deposit box,
leave nothing behind
but the great smell of Brut.
And you think that Finch couldn’t have
pulled this off on his own?
No, it was a two-man job
at the minimum.
There’s definitely another player
floating around out there.
We’ve run a search
for his phone records and financials,
so hopefully we’ll find something
that ties him to a partner.
Or maybe the partner
turned on Finch after the robbery,
decided he didn’t need him anymore.
Either way, we know that the robbery
and the homicide are connected.
That seems like an awful lot of trouble
for one safe deposit box.
Yeah.
And they left stacks of cash untouched.
The guys downstairs thought I was nuts
when I hopped on this case,
but I like the weird ones.
Hmm. How about that?
Beckett likes the weird ones, too.
Yeah.
What could be in that box
that’d be worth digging
a tunnel to and killing for?
Diamonds? German bearer bonds?
Nazi gold?
DEMMING: We still don’t know yet.
The bank had some trouble
locating the owner,
but he’s supposed to be
coming in this afternoon.
Would you like to join me
for the interrogation?
Yeah. Yeah, I’d love to.
Good.
Meanwhile, I’m gonna need you guys
to hit the street
and see if you can scare up
any of Finch’s associates.
Maybe anyone
that he’s taken scores with in the past
or people that he owes. Thank you.
You got it.
What can I do?
You could watch.
Two weeks ago, I saved your life twice.
BECKETT: Thank you for coming in,
Mr. Cana.
Call me Fred.
DEMMING: And obviously
we’re going to do everything we can
to help you recover
your stolen property.
What exactly was in the box?
Stamps.
– Stamps?
– Yeah, I collect them.
It kind of surprises me
it took you so long to reach out to us.
The folks at the bank said
they left you a half a dozen messages
over the last couple of days.
Well, I been busy, you know?
I been working a lot.
And what is it that you do?
I’m in private security.
This stamp collection,
how much was it worth exactly?
It’s hard to put a price tag
on an item like that
because of, you know,
the sentimental value.
And who else knew
that you were keeping it at the bank?
Just a select group
of other stamp enthusiasts
with whom I formed relationships
over the years.
So how long you been
a philatelist, Fred?
Hey, watch your mouth, pal.
Fred Cana don’t go that route.
Philately is the study of stamps,
Mr. Cana,
which you would know if you were,
in fact, a collector.
Come on, Fred.
What’s really in the box, huh?
What’d they steal from you?
I don’t have to take this crap.
I’m the victim here.
RYAN: Hey.
Hey, you guys rounding up
the usual suspects?
Yeah, and every hood
this side of Harlem
says Finch has been out of action
for years.
Where’s Beckett?
Oh, she and Captain America
are in there with Fred Cana.
Fred Cana?
Yeah, he’s the guy
who rented the safety…
(CHUCKLES) Officer Esposito!
Actually, it’s Detective Esposito now,
Fred.
Congratulations.
Fred here is a bagman
for Victor Racine.
Who’s Victor Racine?
He’s a syndicate man.
Made the leap from organized crime
to legitimate businessman
while no one was looking.
Racine is connected and untouchable.
You ought to know.
Esposito and his old partner
tried to touch him a few years back.
How about I touch you instead?
– Come on! Come on, tough guy!
– ESPOSITO: Let’s go, man!
RYAN: Come on. Take a walk, all right?
He’s not worth it. Man.
– What the hell was that all about?
– He works for Victor Racine.
Victor Racine killed my partner.
His name was Ike. Ike Thornton.
We partnered up
back when I was at the 54th.
We worked
the Organized Crime Task Force.
Victor Racine was our target.
Until, one day,
Ike didn’t come into work.
It’s like he just disappeared.
To make matters worse,
Internal Affairs came around here
asking all these questions,
talking like Ike had gone over,
that he was working for Racine.
It was an absolute load of crap.
Couple of days later, some kids
found Ike’s car out by the docks.
Shot to hell, blood all over the seats.
All the hallmarks of a professional hit.
Yeah, only we couldn’t tie it back
to Racine.
His guys had dumped Ike’s body
so that we could never find him.
The department shut down
the whole operation after that.
I transferred here.
But I know one thing,
if Fred Cana has a safe deposit box,
it’s because he’s holding something
for Racine.
And it ain’t no stamps.
BECKETT: He wants blood.
I don’t blame him.
From the look of it, I’m guessing
Racine had Finch killed
for stealing from him.
That explains why he was tortured.
So he’d give up his partner.
You know, whatever they stole
from that safe deposit box,
Racine wants it back bad.
Yeah, but how did he get onto Finch
in the first place?
Maybe he recognized
the great smell of Brut.
I’m sure that Racine is the kind of guy
who has his sources.
So you like our stamp collector
for doing the deed on Racine’s behalf?
Sure, except we called.
He has witnesses
willing to corroborate his whereabouts.
– Of course he does.
– And we have no proof otherwise.
Oh, speaking of which, they brought up
the CSU report on the crime scene.
The car was wiped down.
Other than Finch and his wife,
we got no usable prints.
And we still don’t have an ID
on that metal symbol we found.
Meanwhile, our stamp collector
has an alibi,
and we currently have no evidence.
So what is our next step?
We talk to the real victim
of our robbery.
Mr. Victor Racine.
Bold. I like your style.
What, you think he’s the kind of guy
who’s just gonna tell us
what’s in that box
or maybe admit to killing the thief?
Watch and learn, Castle.
Watch and learn.
To what do I owe this pleasure, huh?
A safe deposit box at Manhattan Mutual
was broken into the other night,
Mr. Racine.
It was registered
to an associate of yours, Fred Cana.
You don’t say.
What’s this world coming to, huh?
Mr. Cana claims that the box contained
his stamp collection?
I’ve never known Mr. Cana to lie
to me.
We believe that it held something
a little bit more valuable.
Maybe something of yours.
Oh, really? And why is that?
Because one of the guys
involved in the robbery
was found murdered
in a parking garage last night.
Actually, Mr. Finch was tortured
before he was killed.
Now, why would someone do that
if all he stole were stamps?
Where were you last night?
Home.
And I have
around-the-clock bodyguards
who can attest to my whereabouts,
but you don’t think I killed Finch.
You assume
I had somebody do it for me,
so you’re here just to
count coup, aren’t you?
Sorry. What was that?
The Plains Indians
considered it an act of bravery
to get close enough
to one of their enemies
to touch him with a coup stick.
Is my hair…
– Looks good.
– Thanks.
This item or items
that were in the safety deposit box,
if they’re so valuable, why aren’t you
out chasing down Mr. Finch’s associate
in this endeavor? After all,
you know what the old saying is,
“no honor among thieves.”
See, what’d I say? Waste of time.
Well played, Detective.
Thank you, Detective.
“Well played”? All he did was deny it.
You can learn a lot from a denial.
Like what?
Like Racine hasn’t found
Finch’s partner yet.
Because Racine would
never point us in that direction
if he already knew
who or where the partner was.
He must want this guy pretty bad
if he’s willing to have the cops
do his legwork for him.
How does it help Racine
if we find Finch’s partner first?
(CELL PHONE RINGING)
Racine’s connected.
He’d have no trouble
having Finch’s partner killed in jail.
Beckett.
Okay. We’ll be right there.
Lanie’s ready to fume the body.
All right,
you guys head back to the morgue.
I’m gonna go see if Finch’s financials
have come in yet.
BECKETT: Okay.
– What?
– Nothing.
CASTLE: That is so cool.
Do you mind if I take pictures?
Knock yourself out.
But if any of them
end up on the Internet,
I will hunt you down and hurt you.
So, what’s with
the handsome robbery detective?
Demming?
Oh, we’re just working
the case together. That’s all.
Mmm-hmm.
But then again, you have been
working with Castle for a year
and not a damn thing
has happened, so…
We had a pool going.
I lost a lot of money on you two.
You guys.
Yahtzee. The killer left a print
when he closed our victim’s eye.
Let’s run it.
What?
We got a match on the print,
but the guy it belongs to is dead.
But that’s impossible.
Unless he’s a zombie.
Not a zombie.
A cop.
Isaac “Ike” Thornton.
– Esposito’s old partner?
– He’s alive.
I went to his funeral,
held his wife’s hand.
And now you’re telling me he’s alive
and working for Racine?
That he murdered Finch?
It was the perfect disappearing act.
He knew that everyone would think
that Racine had killed him
and dumped his body somewhere.
No, I don’t see how he could do it.
To the badge, to me?
I would’ve taken a bullet for him.
Esposito.
This is Lieutenant Holliwell
from Internal Affairs.
We’ve met.
– You called IA?
– No.
I called them for your protection.
I’m sorry, Detective.
I don’t really enjoy being proved right.
No, of course not.
I take it
you were the investigating officer
– when Ike Thornton disappeared?
– I was.
And what put you onto him
in the first place?
Racine was always
one step ahead of us,
like he always knew
what we were thinking.
It didn’t take too much to figure out
that he was being tipped off by a cop.
Luckily, we had an informant
at the time that confirmed it,
but before we were able
to arrest Thornton, he disappeared.
Most likely found out
that we were coming for him.
When we found his car,
we just assumed Racine killed him.
Looks like he brought him
into the family instead.
Has Thornton contacted you?
What do you mean, contacted me?
Whoa. What exactly
are you accusing my partner of?
I’m not accusing. I’m asking.
Asking what?
If I knew all along? If I was part of it?
The answer’s no.
Well, such an elaborate hoax,
it seems like it would take
a little bit of planning, a little help.
I just told you, I didn’t know.
What do you want me to do,
take a poly?
Would you? Take a polygraph test?
– Wait a minute…
– lf it’ll get you off my back.
Esposito, you don’t have to do this.
– I want to.
– Good.
My office. One hour.
Guy was out of line back there.
I’d be asking the same questions
if I was in his shoes.
You know you can talk to me, right?
I put all that stuff behind me, bro.
The only thing
I have left from back then…
This, right here.
Back in the day, when I was in the 54th,
everybody used to carry
one of these with them.
It was like a sense of pride, you know?
Ike have one of those?
– Yeah. Why?
– Let me see it.
The 54th.
It must have broken off
when he was struggling with Finch.
It was him.
You know, no one would blame you
if you stepped off this case.
Partner or not, he killed a man.
CASTLE: This guy’s pulled
a ghost routine for years.
Gave up his old life, his friends.
A guy can’t pull a disappearing act
like that without help from somebody.
He had Racine’s help.
Well, Racine or no Racine,
he was married, right? Has a kid.
They must have known.
I saw Carol last month.
She doesn’t know anything.
You sure about that?
Hell, I’m not sure
about anything anymore.
Where you going?
Take a poly, clear my name.
Go pick up the wife.
Let’s see what she knows.
I’m sorry. I don’t believe you.
His thumbprint’s
on our victim’s body, Carol.
He’s alive.
There’s no other explanation.
They never recovered Ike’s body,
so I don’t know.
Someone could’ve
cut off his thumb and…
Yes, they could’ve done that,
but you know they didn’t.
Come on, Carol. It’s been years.
An attractive woman like you
hasn’t found someone new?
It’s not easy when you’re a single mom.
Not that that’s any of your business.
You know what you get when a cop
dies with a warrant out on him?
I’ll tell you what you don’t get.
You don’t get a folded flag
and you sure as hell don’t get
a penny of his pension.
And yet, you somehow managed
to make mortgage payments…
If Ike is alive,
that means we’re still married.
And you can’t compel me
to testify against my spouse.
She knew he was alive, but did she
know he was working for Racine?
She’s a cop wife
and she knows her rights.
Good luck getting anything out of her.
She might talk to me.
Oh! Look who passed his poly.
Yeah. Had the feeling that Holliwell
was kind of disappointed.
(CHUCKLES)
She knows me.
I might be able to get her to open up.
All right, take a run at her
in the morning.
And I’ll get a unit down to the house
in case Ike decides to show up.
Right.
CASTLE: Betrayal, lies, deceit.
Sounds like my first marriage.
– What?
– I’m trying to figure out
what was so damn important
in that safe deposit box
that Finch and his partner
would risk their lives that way.
Who are you calling?
Demming.
I was just calling you.
What a coincidence.
I was just coming to see you.
Wow. It’s like
we’re all on the same case.
Esposito told me about Ike.
– You have a lead on him yet?
– BECKETT: No.
We’re working on it.
What about Finch’s partner?
Ah, there’s nothing in his phone
or his financials that points to one.
But the bank surveillance tapes
finally came in.
I was gonna scrub them in the morning.
If Finch cased the joint
in the last couple weeks…
Then maybe the mystery partner
went with him.
Exactly. You want to join me?
Yeah. Yeah, I’d love to.
Great. I’ll see you in the morning.
Okay, great. I’ll see you. Good night.
Good night.
Castle, can I ask you something?
You and Beckett,
is there something going on?
– Me and Beckett?
– Yeah.
– No.
– Look, man, if I’m offside…
No flag on the play.
Great.
Okay. Great.
Don’t smile
when you have a good card.
You need to develop a poker face.
Trust me. It comes in handy.
Except when it doesn’t.
(STAMMERING) What do you mean?
Never mind.
Pair of ladies. What have you got?
(SIGHING)
Boom!
Two cowboys! I win.
Who’s the daddy now?
You win like your grandmother.
(LAUGHS) So it looks like I owe you
one night of solo dish duty.
And you owe me
four days of bed-making duty,
three spa treatments,
two pairs of sunglasses,
and a Bulgari purse for Gram.
What’s wrong?
I’m not used to losing.
(KNOCKING ON DOOR)
Hey, Carol. Got a few minutes?
Uncle Javi!
– Hey, what’s up, buddy?
– What’s up?
– How you doing?
– Good.
Good. Oh, man, you looking tall.
Hey, this is my boy, Kevin.
Hi. I’m Tim.
Nice to meet you, Tim.
Hey, he loves baseball cards.
Why don’t you take him upstairs
and show him yours?
– Come on.
– RYAN: Yeah, let’s go.
How long have you known?
Carol, it’ll be a lot easier for him
if you just tell me where he is.
(SIGHS)
So you can arrest him?
Carol, he killed a man.
His prints were on the body.
Please.
Please.
Do not try to find him.
Not now, not when we are so close.
So close to what?
(SIGHS)
I’m sorry.
I can’t.
You know, if your mouse finger
gets tired, we can switch.
That’s okay. I think I can handle it.
Oh, I get it. You don’t want to give up
the driver’s seat.
Hey, I brought coffee.
Ah, you know what? It’s okay.
Demming already brought some.
Did he now?
Hey, Paul Finch.
Oh, yeah. He’s casing the place.
BECKETT: And look who his partner is.
That’s his wife Monica. She said
she had no idea what he was doing.
There’s someone else with them.
That’s…
BECKETT: Ike Thornton.
If he’s working for Racine,
what’s he doing with Finch?
So Ike was working with Finch?
Yeah, it looks that way.
I’m guessing he discovered Racine was
keeping something valuable in the box.
He needed Finch’s skills
to help him get it.
But if they were working together,
why would he kill him?
CASTLE: Maybe Racine was right.
Maybe there is no honor
amongst thieves.
And maybe he didn’t do it.
We have him at the scene.
Him working with Finch,
what his wife said, it doesn’t add.
Something else is going on.
Looks like we’re about to find out what.
BECKETT: Here’s the thing, Monica,
we’re not interested
in whether you helped
your husband case the bank.
All we care about is finding the guy
who killed him. Ike Thornton.
You think Ike Thornton killed Paul?
Let me tell you the kind of man Ike is.
About 12 years back, he collared Paul
and his kid brother Barry on a heist.
Ike saw that Barry was a first-timer,
so he cut him a break.
Paul went to jail for five years,
but he never forgot
what Ike did for his brother.
That’s why he did this last job with him,
as payback.
Payback’s a bitch,
because we found Ike’s fingerprints
on your husband’s body.
I don’t believe it.
It doesn’t matter if you don’t believe it.
The fact is, Ike was there.
He tortured and killed your husband.
What was in the box, Monica?
What did they steal from Racine?
It must have been pretty valuable
if Ike decided to kill your husband
so he wouldn’t have to split it.
(LAUGHS) Split it?
There was nothing to split.
What was in the box?
(SIGHS)
A book. A ledger.
A ledger?
Something that showed
all of Racine’s pays and owes
on all of his businesses,
not just his legitimate ones.
An accounting
of all of Racine’s illegal operations
could be worth a bundle in blackmail.
It could if they’d gotten it,
but when they hit the bank,
the box was empty.
Empty?
The ledger wasn’t there.
So a guy tortures and kills his partner
after breaking into a bank
to steal something from his boss
that wasn’t actually there.
It sounds crazy
when you say it like that.
Look, I know he was my partner,
but no matter how I slice it,
it makes no sense
that Ike would kill Finch.
– Detective Beckett.
– Lieutenant Holliwell.
Sorry to interrupt,
but my team’s been up on a wire
monitoring the cell phones of several
key members of Racine’s organization.
We’ve been listening
for any mention of Ike Thornton.
– And?
– And it turns out,
we’re not the only ones looking for him.
Racine just put a price
on Thornton’s head.
BECKETT: Racine must have found out
he was going after the ledger.
I guess you’re not the only one
your old partner betrayed.
Carol.
Where you going?
If Racine’s going after Ike,
the first place he’s gonna go
is the same place we went,
his wife and kid.
– Ryan.
– Yeah.
I’m gonna call the surveillance team.
(POUNDING ON DOOR)
ESPOSITO: Carol!
Carol, it’s Javi!
Carol!
Timmy!
Upstairs. Go.
Carol!
Timmy!
(SIGHS)
Nothing.
They’re gone.
Surveillance team said they never left.
– How the hell did they…
– Racine.
Have the uniforms
canvass the neighbors.
Maybe somebody saw something.
Yeah, on it.
I appreciate
what you done for my boy, Javi.
Carol and Tim. Where are they?
Somewhere
where Racine can’t find them.
We’ve had guys on this place 24l7.
How the hell did you get in here?
Three years as a ghost,
you learn a few things.
So IA was right.
Three years ago.
– You were working for Racine.
– Is that what you believe?
You let me think you were dead.
And now you’re holding a burner
on me.
(SIGHS)
You’re a good cop, Javi.
But I put this down,
you’re gonna take me in.
And I can’t let you do that, not yet.
– Not when I’m so close.
– So close to what?
There is a dirty cop on Racine’s payroll.
So in order to throw them off of his guy,
Racine dirtied me up.
And IA bought it hook, line and sinker.
Why didn’t you just come to me?
Look, cases like mine
are contagious, brother.
I couldn’t let you catch what I had.
Racine’s guy fed them
so much garbage,
they could lock me up.
And if I had let them,
Racine would have had me
shanked at Rikers
before I could clear my name.
– Where you been?
– Watching, learning.
That’s how I found out about the ledger.
Racine’s pays and owes.
Everyone on his payroll,
including the dirty cop that set me up.
But the ledger wasn’t in the bank
like you thought.
Somehow, Racine found Finch.
You were there, man.
We found your prints.
He was dead when I found him, Jav.
I just closed his eyes. Come on, man.
And the ledger?
I know where the ledger is.
But I need a little more time, Javi.
Just until tomorrow night.
You used to carry yours
with you all the time.
(SIGHS)
I still do, man.
Then that means there’s
somebody else mixed up in this,
somebody from the 54th.
Whoever it is,
they tipped Racine that I’m still alive,
which means they’re close.
Maybe a part of your investigation.
54th.
Demming.
It’s him.
Got to be.
Remember how he said
he requested this case?
ESPOSITO: Said he liked
the weird ones,
but it was just so he could hunt down
the thieves for Racine.
I knew there was something
I didn’t like about him.
Too pretty.
Bet he takes yoga classes
just so he can pick up girls.
All these years, he’s been
lining his pockets with Racine’s cash,
leaving Thornton holding the bag.
to The New Yorker,
but doesn’t even read it.
The guy’s been playing us all along,
using us to find Finch’s accomplice.
Just leaves copies laying out
where people can see them.
Let’s nail the bastard.
If he was tipping off Racine,
he wouldn’t use the precinct phone.
He’d use his cell.
We could pull his SIM card.
If there are any calls to Racine,
we have all the proof we need.
How are we gonna get
his phone away from him?
What’s up, man?
I have an idea.
(BOTH GRUNTING)
– (LAUGHS)
– Wow.
It’s been a while for me.
You know, I’ll try to be gentle.
You do that.
(BOTH GRUNTING)
Too much for you?
No, no.
I’m just a little slow to get started.
(GRUNTING)
But I think I’m starting
to find my rhythm now.
(ALL COUGHING)
(CLEARS THROAT)
ESPOSITO: Let’s go. Hurry up.
(HISSING)
Ow! What?
Hey, man. What’s up? Showering?
– Got it.
– Let’s go.
(GRUNTING)
– Any leads on Thornton?
– None.
How’s Esposito taking all this?
How do you think?
I mean, here’s a guy who’s been
carrying his 54th key fob
in honor of his partner’s sacrifice.
– I had one of those.
– Oh, yeah?
Yeah.
(GRUNTING)
(EX CLAIMS)
But I lost mine years ago.
Come on.
(EXHALES DEEPLY)
All right.
Bet this guy does a lot of sexting, too.
It’s uploading now.
(GASPING)
I gotta tell you, I don’t know
how much longer I can keep this up.
You know, I hear it helps
if you think about baseball.
(GRUNTING)
So what do you do for fun, Kate, huh?
When you’re not trying
to take someone’s head off?
I’m actually kind of a homebody.
(GRUNTING)
(BREATHING HEAVILY)
You know, the night before I met you,
I went home to read a book.
No kidding?
– (GRUNTS)
– Whoa!
(EX CLAIMS)
What about you?
What about me what?
What do I do for fun?
Or what was I doing
the night before we met?
Seriously. (PANTING)
Why don’t you just ask me
if I have an alibi for Finch’s murder?
(CHUCKLING)
(BOTH GRUNTING)
Okay. So where were you?
(GRUNTS)
RYAN: I ran all his numbers
through the reverse directory.
They’re all coming clean.
That’s because it wasn’t Demming.
– Your alibi checked out.
– Thank you.
He really was coaching
an underprivileged
youth basketball league.
For what it’s worth,
my kids won that night.
Oh, geez.
RYAN: Sorry, man. Had to rule you out.
Let’s just move on.
Look, there’s a wrong cop out there.
We need to figure out who it is.
You know how many cops
have gone through the 54th
in the last 10 years?
Hundreds, maybe thousands.
BECKETT: Whoever it was,
was very good.
You don’t work the other side
without arousing IA suspicion
unless you know what you’re doing.
Yeah, we’re never gonna find him,
not in time anyway.
In time for what?
I gotta take a walk.
Hey, I thought
you were going for a walk.
What do you want?
Thornton’s going after
the ledger tonight, isn’t he?
The man’s been on the run for
three years, separated from his family.
I gotta help the guy,
so don’t try to stop me.
I’m not.
– I’m going with you.
– No, you’re not.
I’m your partner.
That means I’m with you
till the wheels fall off.
I know, bro.
But I’m gonna need you to get my back
if things go wrong, all right?
Okay.
Thanks.
Tell me you got something, people.
Unfortunately, sir,
we are dead in the water.
No, we’re not.
If Thornton never worked for Racine,
then someone lied to IA
three years ago.
To throw suspicion
from the real dirty cop.
So whoever IA was talking to,
they must know
who the real dirty cop is.
All we need to do
is get the name of the informant
from Holliwell and run him down.
(SCOFFING) Easier said than done.
There’s no way an IA officer
is gonna give up the name
of a confidential informant.
We’ll see about that.
You sure you’re ready
to bet your badge on this?
Pretty long odds.
You’re my partner.
You sure you can get us
in Racine’s office?
Trust me. I’ve been casing the joint
for three years.
Let’s roll.
BECKETT: Sir, how did you do it?
Pulling strings and trading favors.
This can’t be right.
The investigation against
Ike Thornton three years ago,
Lieutenant Holliwell lists
his chief informant
as Detective Javier Esposito.
MONTGOMERY: Son of a bitch.
– What does that mean?
– It means there was no informant.
Sir, is there any way to find out
if Holliwell served at the 54th?
Come on, bro.
What the hell’s taking so long?
I could have chewed
through that by now.
Here.
There we go.
Nice thing about Internal Affairs,
it’s our job to monitor other cops.
You should’ve turned your
cell phone off completely, Esposito.
You know, with GPS and all.
All this time, it was you.
I figured you’d come for that
sooner or later.
Big mistake.
Toss the ledger over here.
Throw it!
See, if I were you, Thornton,
(CHUCKLING)
I would’ve just stayed dead.
You’re not me. I’m a cop.
I beg to differ, buddy.
You’re a wanted criminal.
Just ask Esposito over here.
He died trying to apprehend you.
My only regret is that I…
I showed up too late to save him.
You son of a bitch.
Look, there’s something I want
to say before we’re done here.
Thanks for backing me up.
Lot of good that did us.
I am going to get the Medal of Valor
for killing you, Thornton.
No, I’m serious, man.
Thanks for having my back.
(ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)
(BREATHING HEAVILY)
Thank God you’re here.
They tried to kill me. Esposito
and Thornton, they’re both in on it.
Drop it or I will drop you.
RYAN: You know the drill, Holliwell.
Keep them up.
Lieutenant Holliwell, you’re under arrest
for the murder of Paul Finch.
Where’s Esposito?
Where’s Esposito?
Esposito?
Yeah.
We got an officer down.
William 16, William 16,
need an ambulance at 3471 Houston.
I’m cool. It was a clean exit.
Holliwell?
Yeah, we got him and the ledger.
Good.
– Ike.
– Yeah.
– This is my partner, Ryan.
– Hey.
And this is my other partner, Castle.
Hey, man.
And with Holliwell’s testimony
and the ledger,
we now have enough evidence
to arrest Racine.
Okay, but what I don’t understand
is how the hell you ended up
in Racine’s office with Thornton.
– Sir, I…
– Oh, I… I’m sorry, sir.
I thought we made that clear.
Esposito was with us
when we responded to a robbery
in progress call at Racine’s office.
Uh-huh. And who made the call?
The call was made by a private citizen
who wishes to remain anonymous.
I may need a private citizen
to help me write up this damn mess.
I’d be happy to lend my expertise.
So…
I know you’re not turning me loose.
Just a furlough.
We got something we want you to see.
You did it, bro.
And the best news is
you’re free to go.
As far as I’m concerned,
Finch acted alone.
It’s my case. I’m closing it.
CASTLE: And I don’t see Racine
pressing charges anytime soon.
Right now, he’s trying to deny
that the ledger is his.
It’s time for you to go home, Ike.
So is it always this much fun up here?
We have our moments.
So now that you know
I’m not a dirty cop,
anytime you need a sparring partner…

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Come on, come on, come on.
All right, here we go.
Take a seat, buddy!
Come on.
It was a good play.
Are you gonna be
like this all day?
I don’t know. Is it gonna
be like this all day?
I don’t know.
It’s up to you.
I have no room to sit.
I got no room to sit.
I’m sitting next to
a guy who’s sitting
like he’s at home on the
toilet with his legs spread.
Please don’t crowd people.
Relax, please. Look at me.
I am relaxed.
Look how I’m sitting.
Why are you sitting like that?
Because… What do you think?
Why’d you wake me up
for this shit?
Because I’m trying to relax
and have a nice day.
Sweating in the sun
like a Tijuana whore.
Ice-cold soda!
Get your soda here!
On the right. Coming down there.
Pass that on down there.
Hey, hot dog guy, can I get six
hot dogs down here, please?
Right away.
And make it right, please.
You know, with the mustard and
the ketchup and the relish.
Don’t make me
hit you up for more.
I thought we were going
to Wiener Circle after this.
We will.
Then why are you getting hot dogs?
Pass this down, please.
You can keep the change.
Do you want
one of the hot dogs?
You can have a hot…
You want a hot dog?
Do you want a hot dog, miss?
No. Thank you.
You can have one.
That’s okay. Go ahead.
You can have a hot dog.
No, I don’t want one.
Excuse me, sir?
Would you mind passing the
lady one of the hot dogs?
I’m good, thanks.
You don’t have to share.
You can have your own. Thanks.
That’s really nice of you.
Just have one, please.
Okay, give me a hot dog.
Somebody give her a hot dog. I got…
The big guy can’t eat all of them. Have one.
Have you ever had one before?
A hot dog?
At the ballpark?
I have. I believe I have.
Okay, good.
Thank you.
Well, enjoy this one.
Thanks.
Do you like mustard?
No, I’m okay.
It’s much better
with a topping. Here.
I’m just kidding,
I’ll give you two.
Cheers!
Thanks.
We’ll share it.
It’s a good dog.
I like the hot dog. I know.
That’s nice.
You have a problem with
me eating a hot dog, guy?
I’m trying to watch the game
and have a hot dog.
I’ll smack him in his head.
No, just leave him alone.
Hey, you want to go get a drink?
I’m with somebody, sorry.
Who? The guy with the tucked-in
shirt and the visor?
What, is that like a brother?
The guy was not your brother, then.
Who is this guy?
He’s not my brother.
Who’s this… I’m getting mad now.
I’m jealous. Who is this guy?
Who are you? I don’t know.
I’m kidding with you.
Who’s the guy with the tucked-in stuff?
Is that a boyfriend?
Uh, it’s…
I’m going.
Do you think you’ll marry him?
What? ‘Cause I know
you’ve thought about it.
The first time you laid eyes
on him, you probably thought,
“I wonder if I could marry this guy in plaid
shorts who tucks his shirt in. No way.”
Then when you kissed him,
you said, “I can’t believe it.
“I had a lot to drink tonight.
I’m kissing the tucked-in guy.”
My point is, if you’re not
gonna marry him… Yeah.
…and if it’s not forever,
then you really don’t have anything
to lose in taking me up on my offer.
Uh-huh. Well, I’m gonna go.
Okay. Me, too.
Okay. To where?
On an ice-breaking first date?
Well, no, I don’t think…
Listen.
If you want to stay off the
market while you’re with
I’m-not-the-one- but-I’m-comfortable,
then you can do that.
But for all you know,
I just offered you
a get-out-of-bored-love- for-free
card with no strings attached.
God, you’re crazy.
No, I’m not crazy.
And a lot of times people go,
“Oh, that’s crazy,”
and then they go,
“It’s genius.”
That’s what happened
when the person invented fire.
They burned that witch. And guess what,
then they got warm and they ate good stuff.
Now, where are we headed to?
Let’s not make this weird,
’cause I’m not good on dates.
No. You know what?
I’m better just to kind of hang
out and, if we don’t have fun,
I might go my separate way.
Okay.
I’m not committing to anything.
I’ll go hang out with you for a little bit.
That’s not gonna happen.
But I can’t say for sure.
All right, all right, everybody.
Welcome to Three Brothers Bus Tours.
I’m brother number two.
It’s good to have you here.
That’s right, there’s plenty
of seats here up front.
I promise I won’t bite. I’m not a biter.
I’m psyched to have you here.
Okay, a couple quick ground rules.
Please don’t jump off the bus.
Weird. Not fun for anybody.
Also, no throwing objects
at pedestrians,
unless, of course,
they deserve it. Okay?
We are not at work today.
We are on vacation today.
And if you can’t blow it
out here on the big funny bus,
where the hell can you?
I do split the tips
with my driver, Shondra.
We don’t want her back out
turning tricks.
That was a weird time for everyone.
Seriously. Honest to God.
And I was a customer.
Long time ago.
Come on, everybody,
let’s get loose!
I’m gonna ask you once.
Show me that you mean it.
Don’t make me ask you twice.
Are you ready to see Chicago?
Are you ready to see Chicago?
That’s what I’m talking about.
Shondra, put this baby in the air.
Let’s get the blood flowing.
Let’s get everyone up and let’s loosen it up.
Coming up here,
you’re gonna notice
one of the only buildings
to survive the fire of 1871.
That is the original Chicago Water
Tower and Pumping Station.
Happy Holidays.
Marilyn Dean Gallery.
The artist was inspired
by the neoclassical movement.
No, she doesn’t.
But wanted to reflect it
with an abstract bent.
Okay, bye-bye.
And how much is it?
$35,000.
Happy Holidays. Marilyn Dean Gallery.
Hold, please.
Will you excuse me for a moment?
Sure. Go ahead.
Christopher?
Yes, sweetie.
Hi, honey.
Christmas was months ago.
Don’t remind me. I miss it so much.
Yeah, I know.
But today is not a holiday.
I know for a fact that people
like my spirit on the phone
and they dig the energy
that I give them.
Okay. I’m just saying, I don’t think
Marilyn Dean will “dig” the energy.
Oh, no. She’s the one that
told me to be creative. So…
I know. It’s just… Okay.
What is the next holiday coming?
The Fourth of July,
is that what’s next?
Well, if you want to get
technical, there’s Memorial Day,
there’s Flag Day.
Some people recognize Father’s
Day as a holiday. I don’t.
I get it. I get it. Well, on those
days you can say, “Happy Holidays.”
Every other day,
“Good morning, good afternoon,
“good evening, Marilyn Dean Gallery.
” Okay?
Okay.
I’m so sorry about that.
Oh, no.
So, now this is a new piece
by Zakrzewska.
What do you think of this?
Can I be honest with you?
Please.
Other than taking an art
history class in college,
which I pretty much slept through, I
don’t have the first clue about art
or how to go about buying it.
I mean, like that painting.
I mean, I don’t see the point in buying
something that I could have done myself.
Yeah. I completely agree
with you.
You know, an art teacher
of mine once said,
“Never buy a piece of art
that you don’t have to have.”
You know, don’t worry about who the
artist is or how much it’s worth.
I mean, you have to live with it every day.
You have to walk by it every day.
You know, you have to really love it.
You have to really appreciate it.
It’s kind of like
picking a mate.
Hey, honey!
How’s it going?
It’s good.
Oh, wow. You got a lot happening.
I know.
Very exciting.
I am starving.
Oh, careful. That’s really…
That’s very hot. Oh, that’s hot, hot, hot.
Jesus.
Hey, honey, you’ve got to really…
You should get ready, okay?
Oh, you look great.
Thank you.
Got a lot of nice stuff.
Got a pizza.
All kinds of stuff.
Terrific.
I just need you to decide what to…
You know, I did everything.
Gary?
Yeah?
Oh, come on! Really?
You got three lemons.
What my baby wants,
my baby gets. You know that.
Yeah, but I wanted 12.
Baby wanted 12.
Why would you want 12 lemons?
Because I’m making
a 12-lemon centerpiece.
So, no one’s actually even eating them?
They’re just show lemons?
Yeah. They’re just show lemons.
Shown in the center of the table.
I’m glad you find that amusing,
but I cannot fill a vase
with only three lemons.
Well, can’t you just use,
like, maybe a drinking glass?
I’m not gonna use a drinking…
We could have a smaller
version of a centerpiece.
I’m not gonna use a drinking
glass for our centerpiece.
You know what?
I’ve got an idea.
Why don’t we go ahead and scratch
the centerpiece idea altogether,
because the chicken
that burnt my mouth
could maybe use a little
bit of lemon on top of it.
Guess what? Now we’ve made a better meal
versus something visually nice to look at.
What are you do… What’s happening here?
What are you doing?
What are you doing?
Oh, I had such a long day on the bus.
I need a little bit of down time.
My feet are killing me.
Gary, come on, my feet are killing me, too.
I’m exhausted.
I worked all day.
Went to the market.
I cleaned this entire condo and then I’ve
been cooking for the last three hours.
Come on. Help set the table.
Sweetheart.
What?
You’ve done such a great job already.
Don’t you want to finish it yourself
and have that personal power
of that accomplishment?
Set the table.
Listen to me.
Do you think that
when Michelangelo, right,
was painting the Sixteenth
Chapel, that he said,
“Hey, guys, you know, I did pretty
good on the first 15 chapels,
“but why don’t you help me
design this one?
“And maybe you could help me…
Give me a brush
“and you guys can grab brushes, and we
can all make a great chapel.” Uh-uh.
No, he didn’t. And you wanna
know what the results were?
A masterpiece.
Okay. It’s the Sistine Chapel,
not the Sixteenth,
and I bet when Michelangelo asked for 12
brushes, they didn’t bring him three.
Yeah. Okay, all the talking is
really starting to drain me,
and now I’m gonna have to watch the
highlights later to see what I missed here.
Honey, look, Gary, just…
Down time’s important.
Gary, please just take a shower, okay?
Down time’s important.
‘Cause this is what
I don’t want to have happen.
I don’t want the doorbell to ring.
I’m then forced to answer the door,
entertain people,
and I’m still cooking dinner.
Yeah.
Okay?
You’re absolutely right. Let’s do that.
The second that this inning’s over…
Gary.
There’s one out all ready.
They’re gonna be here
in 20 minutes.
Baby, have you ever seen a shower of
mine take more than four minutes?
Yes, I have. Come on.
Oh, great!
They’re here. Okay. Table’s not set.
Dinner’s not ready.
Would you please
just let my parents in?
I gotta jump in the shower.
What?
I gotta go.
Gary. Gary.
Well, seeing how our families
haven’t had many opportunities
to get to know one another, we figured,
what better way than to break some bread?
So, everyone, thank you for
coming and enjoy the meal.
Cheers.
Cheers, honey.
Mrs. Grobowski.
Nice to meet you. Thank you.
Cheer with the sons.
Sweetheart, cheers to you.
Darling, I see that you put
those Feng Shui books
that I sent to you to good use.
This place is so well balanced.
Thanks, Mom.
Yeah, the energy in this place
is just amazing.
Well, the energy in the condo
might be a little more amazing
if we had a pool table.
Gary, we’ve already
discussed that.
We’re gonna get a pool table
when we get a bigger place.
The place is plenty big now, if you
wanted a pool table because…
Gary. Yeah.
You could take the dining room table,
go ahead and move her
in the living room.
Really?
Plenty of room.
And put a dining room table
in the living room? Okay.
How do you… I mean, what do you
do with a dining room table?
Eat on it. We’d have no
furniture in the living…
Where’s the furniture go?
All I’m saying is,
it would be nice
to be able to shoot some pool.
Well, this isn’t a dorm.
Look, baby, I completely understand.
There’s halls and stuff.
I mean, you can go…
We will wait and get a pool table
when we have a bigger place.
Thank you.
The food is outstanding.
It is delicious food.
It’s outstanding.
Yeah, it really is nice.
Okay, everybody.
Time for the joke of the day.
Knock, knock. Dad. Dad, come on.
Who’s there?
Norma Lee.
Norma Lee, who?
Normally, I don’t go around
knocking on doors,
but would you like to buy an encyclopedia?
I got a joke. I got a joke.
How’s it going?
I got a joke for you.
What do you get when you cross
a gay Eskimo and a black guy?
All right, look, I think we’ve had
enough with the jokes for tonight.
Thank you, though.
Let’s just talk with each other.
All right.
I saw that Three Brothers
article in the Trib this week.
Sounds like you guys are up
to some pretty exciting stuff.
Basically, our big goal is to try to take
Chicago tourism by air, land and sea.
We’re still in the ground
phase with the buses.
But as soon as we get
our infantry established,
then we’ll take it to the squids.
Yeah.
Boats. Boats.
Oh, boats.
As soon as we control the waterway,
then we’ll bring in air supports
and then we’ll pretty much
control everything.
You know, Dennis,
the way your face lights up when
you describe your ambitions,
it’s really inspiring.
Oh, thanks.
Because I understand
how you feel that passion.
And sharing it with other people,
I think that’s what life’s about.
I don’t feel that about
boats and squibs… Squids?
Squids.
Sorry.
Yeah.
But I do feel it about singing.
With my a cappella group,
The Tone Rangers.
Although it’s not
as aggressive as your dream,
it’s really more of a brotherhood.
It’s like a musical team.
It’s like a symphony of guys.
Guy symphony.
And it’s very hard
to describe the true magic
of a group of guys
singing in perfect harmony.
It’s transcendent.
But it’s still very real.
I guess the best way
to put it in words is just…
Even that doesn’t do it.
That doesn’t do it because
that’s just one person.
And what I’m talking about is
the pulse of the collective.
Oh, heck. Let me just
show you how it’s done.
Dad, how about
a little percussion?
Tap-tap-tappy.
Tap-tap-tappy.
And, Mom, high-hat.
Good, Mom.
Excellent. And Gary!
On the kick drum! Come, come!
On the kick drum! Come, come!
That’s Gary! Come, come
with the kick drum. Come!
Come, come with the kick drum.
Gary, on the kick drum. Come, come.
That’s Gary on the kick drum.
Go! And Gary. In the house.
Come, come.
I’m not with you.
Come, come. With the kick drum.
Come, come.
I’m just not really
the kick drum kind of guy.
I’d rather be just a listener and enjoy all
the banging that he’s doing and the…
You know, Gary, that’s your prerogative.
That’s your right, to listen.
Meantime, I’ve gotta talk
to Brooke about something.
It’s called the bass line.
Excuse me. Okay.
Good, Carol.
Good, Brooke.
Yes, Dennis.
Be nice.
Totally awesome.
Move yourself
You always live your life
Never thinking of the future
Prove yourself
You are the move you make
Take your chances
win or loser
See yourself
You’re every step you take
You and you
and that’s the only way
Shake
Shake!
Shake yourself
You’re every move you make
So the story goes
Thank you so much.
Okay, bye.
Thank you so much.
It was great to see you.
Okay. Come on.
Have a good night.
It was really nice, Gary.
Nice to see you. You, too.
Good to see you guys.
Thanks, Brookie. Oh, honey.
Thank you, sweetie.
You’re still my favorite singer.
Stop it.
Love you, sis. And I’d love for
you to come to a live performance
of The Tone Rangers singing live.
That’s something you’d really enjoy.
It was good seeing you.
Okay.
Thank you.
All right.
Bye, darling. Thank you for such a…
Okay. Okay, Mom.
We’ll see you soon.
Bye, dear. Thanks, darling.
See you later.
Okay, buddy.
Oh, now, are you sure that
we can’t help you clean up?
No, no. I think we’re gonna be great.
We’ll… Yes?
So nice of you to offer,
but we got it. Thank you.
Oh, it was such fun.
Great.
I love you.
Great to see you.
Good night, sweetie.
Thank you so much.
I appreciate it.
Thank you so much.
All right, guys.
Bye-bye.
Bye-bye.
Thanks for coming.
Love you, too.
Are you blind?
Oh, no, no! My demos!
Well, I’m gonna go do the dishes.
Cool.
It’d be nice if you helped me.
Damn it.
Way to go!
No problem. I’ll get them
a little bit later.
I’m just gonna hit the streets
here for a little bit.
Gary, come on,
I don’t want to do them later.
Let’s just do them now.
It’ll take 15 minutes.
Honey, I am so exhausted.
I just honestly want to relax for a little bit.
If I could just sit here,
let my food digest,
and just try to enjoy
the quiet for a little bit.
Get some! Get some! Get some!
That’s what happens.
And we will… You know, we can
clean the dishes tomorrow.
Gary, you know I don’t like
waking up to a dirty kitchen.
Who cares?
I care! All right? I care!
I busted my ass all day cleaning this
house and then cooking that meal.
And I worked today.
It would be nice if you said thank you
and helped me with the dishes.
Fine. I’ll help you do the damn dishes.
Oh, come on. You know what?
No. See?
That’s not what I want.
You just said that you want me
to help you do the dishes.
I want you to want to do the dishes.
Why would I want to do dishes?
See, that’s my whole point.
Let me see if I’m following this, okay?
Are you telling me that you’re upset
because I don’t have a strong
desire to clean dishes?
No. I’m upset because you don’t have a
strong desire to offer to do the dishes.
I just did.
After I asked you!
Jesus, Brooke, you’re acting crazy again.
Don’t you call me crazy. I am not crazy.
I didn’t call you crazy.
You just did.
I didn’t call you…
No, I didn’t.
I said you’re acting crazy.
You know what, Gary?
I asked you to do one thing
today, one very simple thing,
to bring me 12 lemons
and you brought me three.
God damn it. If I knew that it
was gonna be this much trouble,
I would have brought home
24 lemons. Even 100 lemons.
You know what I wish?
I wish everyone that was at that goddamn table
had their own little private
bag of lemons.
Honest to God!
Gary, it’s not about the lemons.
Well, that’s all
you’re talking about.
I’m just saying it’d be nice if
you did things that I asked.
It would be even nicer if you did
things without me having to ask you!
Well, I do seem to remember doing
something for you this morning
without you asking.
Gary, come on.
What? I’m serious. Come here.
You know what? I’m serious.
I really am. I am, too.
Come on. You knew I was working
today and I made that meal.
And you could have thought to yourself,
you know, you could have said,
“Yeah, I think I’m gonna
get Brooke some flowers.”
You said on our very first date
that you don’t like flowers,
that they’re a waste of money.
Every girl likes flowers, Gary.
You said that you
don’t like flowers.
I’m supposed to take that to
mean that you do like flowers?
No. This is not about… You’re not…
God, you’re not getting it.
You’re not getting this, Gary, okay?
It’s not about the lemons.
It’s not about the flowers.
It’s not about the dishes.
It’s just about… How many times do I
have to drop hints about the ballet?
You know I can’t stand…
Brooke, come here.
We’ve talked about the damn ballet.
I hate the goddamn ballet!
You got a bunch of dudes in tights
flopping around for three hours.
It’s like a medieval
techno show. It’s a nightmare.
I sit there in a sweat.
The whole thing, I do,
wondering when the hell’s the
goddamn nightmare gonna end.
Go to a damn ballet.
It’s not about you loving the ballet, Gary.
It’s about the person that
you love loves the ballet
and you wanting to spend time
with that person.
Not when they’re at the ballet.
Okay. Forget the ballet!
Forget the ballet! I will.
We don’t go anywhere together.
We just went to Ann Arbor together.
To Ann Arbor.
To the
Michigan-Notre Dame game.
You think screaming, drunk kids and
leprechauns doing backflips, that’s fun.
That’s fun for me. Come on, man.
I did that for you.
What do you…
How do you show up for me?
I’m up on the bus
every goddamn day for you!
Come on. You…
I’m busting my ass
to be the best tour guide
in the damn city,
so I can make enough money
to support both of us
and hopefully you won’t
have to work one day.
I want to work.
All I ask, Brooke,
is that you show a little bit
of appreciation.
That I just get 20 minutes
to relax when I come home,
instead of being attacked with questions
and nagged the whole damn time.
You think that I nag you?
That’s all you do!
All you do is nag me!
“The bathroom’s a mess.”
“Your belt doesn’t match.”
“Hey, Gary, you should
probably go work out.”
Nothing I ever do
is ever good enough!
I just want to be left
the hell alone!
Really? Is that
what you want, Gary?
Is that what you want?
Yeah.
That’s what you want?
Yeah.
Fine. Great.
Do whatever the hell you want.
You leave your socks all over
this house, dress like a pig,
play your stupid-ass video game.
I don’t care, I’m done.
What? I’m done!
I don’t deserve this.
I really do not deserve this.
I deserve somebody who gives a shit.
I’m not spending one more second of this
life with some inconsiderate prick!
You’re a prick!
Addie, it just became
so clear tonight
how much he takes me
for granted.
What happened?
Just the same old shit.
I asked him to do one thing
and he didn’t do it.
Then he complained
that he had to do anything,
and I just felt like
I had no choice.
No, sweetie,
you did have a choice, okay?
And it sounds like you made the right one.
You respected yourself.
But it’s just not what I want.
I don’t want to break up with him.
I don’t. I just want him to say thank you.
I want him to want to do the dishes.
I just want him to want
to take me to the ballet.
I want him to get me
12 lemons! You know…
I just want him to care enough about
this relationship to want to work on it.
Okay, you know what?
I’m putting on my shoes
and I’m gonna be there in 15 minutes.
No, Ad. Don’t.
Please, I really don’t want to see anybody.
I really don’t.
But, look, I’m worried
about you, okay?
And I can hear you in there
banging around your dishes.
And I don’t want you getting out
your Clorox and your rubber gloves,
and taking this out on the kitchen.
Look, look, look.
Okay. Tonight just…
It just got a little out of hand,
and hopefully
he’s just gonna realize
that he’s got some changes
to make and he’s gonna…
He’s gonna come home
and apologize.
Okay?
That’s what’s gonna happen.
I feel like, I don’t… You know, like,
you dress however you want to dress.
You know,
do whatever you want to do.
I’m done with the relationship.
Whatever.
So, it’s just kind of, “You’re
done with the relationship?”
Well, you’re obviously
hurt about it.
She got to you. You’re hurt.
I’m not.
It’s nothing to be ashamed of.
She hurt you.
Will you look at me?
I’m not heartbroken.
I’m a little shocked.
I’m a little surprised.
Gary, you’re devastated.
Now, what’s the name of the guy she’s doing?
I’m gonna solve your problem.
What’s his name?
What are you talking about?
Have you checked her e-mail?
I don’t check e-mails.
I don’t…
You can get a program
that records keystrokes.
It costs, like, 20 bucks.
Very easy to use. Okay?
You get a password, you check her e-mail.
You find out everything about her.
That’s how I found out
about the Puerto Rican
that Stacy was running around with.
Okay.
You are reading a little too
much into this situation.
There is no one she’s
running around with, okay?
We had a fight over the
groceries I brought home.
You’re probably right.
She’s probably not sleeping with anybody.
No. Not what it’s about.
Okay.
Maybe she’s with another guy, maybe not.
She’s not.
I don’t know.
I’m not Columbo. Okay?
But what we do know is that she
doesn’t want to be with you anymore.
I mean, I hate to be shitty about it,
and so cut and dry, but let’s face it.
She says she doesn’t want to be
with you, and I believe her.
Now, we gotta figure it out.
And you’re gonna need a place to go
and lick your wounds while you get
your head right over this thing.
I don’t need a place to go
and lick my wounds.
You’re gonna stay with me.
I’m not gonna hear it.
Look it…
I’m not moving out of the place.
Oh, you’re not moving out.
No. I put money in the place.
I put half my money in the place.
You’re obviously not the one
calling the shots in this case.
Yeah, but I own the place.
With her.
Yeah.
But it’s not up to her who gets
to keep the goddamn place.
If you find out who she’s sleeping
with, maybe we could leverage it.
I want you to listen to me.
You listen to me.
I’m gonna leave you a key.
I don’t need a key.
‘Cause she’s gonna put…
She’s gonna move out
of the place, Johnny.
Did she say she was moving out?
She will. She’s gonna move out.
Oh, she’s…
I’m gonna keep the place.
I’m not moving
out of the place.
I’ll leave you a key.
Hey, how’s it going?
I almost got it.
Yeah.
You know, I was thinking.
You know what you should do,
is you should find somebody
who looks like Brooke,
but even hotter and, you know,
bang the shit out of her.
What the hell’s wrong with you?
What?
Logs.
Just fix the damn engine.
I am fixing the goddamn engine.
I need your tour logs.
I’m off the clock, okay?
Well, I cannot file the quarterlies
until I have your log.
I’m going through a little bit
of a life change here, Dennis.
I would really appreciate a little
bit of sensitivity, please.
I know they’re both French, but
that has nothing to do with it.
Because Manet was earlier and… No.
Monet and Manet are very different things.
I’m sorry, I beg to differ.
Excuse me, sir, can I have her
call you back personally?
Yes. Okay, thank you.
Sorry. Brooke?
I am so sorry.
What?
Come here.
Oh, honey, your mom called
and told me everything.
Oh, Jesus.
Good morning, Marilyn.
Morning.
I’ll go water the plants.
I understand you had a long night.
Tell me everything.
“Everything.”
I couldn’t possibly…
Then don’t.
My time is pressing.
What I want is for you to
take the rest of the day off.
Oh, no.
No, that’s not necessary.
Who am I?
Marilyn Dean.
And where are we?
The Marilyn Dean Gallery.
And of whom is that portrait?
That is Marilyn Dean.
Yeah.
You know, your personal life
is your personal life.
But you look like shit.
And when you look like shit,
Marilyn Dean looks like shit,
and now it is my business.
And when it comes to my business, I
don’t like anything that’s distracting.
So, I want you to take the
rest of the day off to be sad
and then come back to work tomorrow
ready to take care of business.
Got it?
Oh, hey, Brooke. How are you?
What the hell are you doing?
Well, my whole life, I always wanted
my own place with my own pool table.
I finally got my own place,
but you would not allow me
to have a pool table.
I just kind of figured I’d rectify that today.
And it does feel good.
I’m gonna go ahead and put the
four ball in the corner pocket.
Nice.
I’m sorry, can I…
A little room for the shooter, please?
It’s hard to shoot with someone standing…
Thank you.
Well, I guess he feels threatened that you
broke up with him and he’s acting out.
Okay, look, Brooke, men are like children.
You know? And they…
Sweetie, it’s a figure of speech.
It’s Brooke. And I love you so much.
And you’re my man and you know that.
You’re amazing. I love you.
Listen, and they’re gonna test boundaries
to see what they can get away with.
I think there’s three things
that Gary needs to know.
One, this type of behavior is not unnoticed.
Two, it’s not acceptable.
And three, you know, you’re definitely
not gonna tolerate it. Right?
And Brooke, remember, we’re always
owning our actions, right?
And we’re always
healthy with it, yes?
I don’t wanna finish the game.
I got showings, okay?
I gotta buy the cookie spray.
I gotta clean up the dog.
And now I’m really leaving ’cause
I don’t want to hear that. Okay?
Thank you for the pool.
Thank you for the snacks.
I’m going to get a cab.
I’ll split it with you.
What are you, 12?
Brooke, that is not healthy.
I’m trying to make a point.
And what is that point?
My point’s your point.
Your three points.
That it’s not unnoticed,
that it was not acceptable,
and that it would definitely
not be tolerated.
Not exactly what I meant.
Unbelievable.
I knew it!
Hey, gang.
Found my shirt on the floor.
Thanks for laying it out.
Gary, are you here for
couples bowling? Yeah.
Well, don’t you think you and I
should discuss something first?
Like what? How your
47 average is killing us?
Okay. Great. No.
Gary, this is couples bowling.
And since you and I are no longer a couple,
because you have chosen
not to participate constructively
in our relationship,
we’re now singles.
So, there’s not room
for two singles on the team.
Why do you look confused?
I don’t have any idea what’s happening.
I’ve come to play on the team.
Look, Gary, I just don’t think
it’s a good idea
for you and I to be around each other
any more than we have to right now.
I completely agree.
Maybe you should go play some pinball.
No, I think you should leave.
Okay.
Brooke, when a man makes a commitment
to a team, he honors that commitment.
He doesn’t let emotions or personal
issues get in the way of victory.
And I’ve made a commitment
to this team.
They don’t want you here either, Gary.
Yeah. Sure, they don’t.
They don’t.
They’re my friends.
But you’re not a strong bowler.
That’s not the point.
You know what? Let’s just…
Why don’t we let them decide?
Gary, don’t. No. Don’t involve them, okay?
That’s unnecessary.
What’s wrong, Castro?
Castro?
Well, Castro doesn’t
let people vote as a team.
Okay. Ask them.
Thank you.
Okay, everyone.
Team vote here.
By a show of hands, just put it
up when you make a decision,
who here agrees with Brooke and thinks
I should leave the bowling team?
Shocker.
Band of Brothers.
You should rent it sometime.
Good luck, everyone.
Riding Miss Gutter Ball to the finals.
Hey, Gary.
Yeah.
I’m gonna need your shirt back.
What?
Well, we’re gonna have to replace you,
and you know we get docked 10 pins
if everyone’s not in matching
Pin Shakers uniforms.
My shirt says “Gary” on it.
Granted.
But actually,
we know a guy named Gary.
And he’s not as tall as you,
but he’s a pretty good bowler.
I’m gonna have to request that I
have my wrist guard back then.
I’m sorry. That’s mine.
Just give me the goddamn wrist
guard, please. Thank you.
I hope your wrist snaps.
Wow. Okay? You see that?
You know what I mean?
Yeah. That was awesome.
You just had your ex-boyfriend, who
you wish you were still dating,
voted off the bowling team.
Well, I had to do that to get
him right where I want him.
Where’s that?
Shirtless in the parking lot?
Addie, you’re not getting this.
Gary loves this bowling team.
He’s hurt right now.
He’s feeling pretty bad.
He’s gonna go out there
and he’s gonna get drunk.
He’s gonna make
a complete fool of himself.
And he will be sitting there
feeling pretty lonely
and pretty pathetic, and then
it’s just gonna hit him.
What’s gonna hit him?
That not only is he
out a girlfriend,
but his life is just
falling apart piece by piece
and maybe that life
was pretty great.
And maybe I was the glue that
was holding it all together.
And if he wants that life back,
he’s gonna have no choice
but to change.
How about this, huh?
I feel like we just found hell.
When did you start coming
to knobby joints like this?
I might be the greatest
you’ve ever seen, pal.
I’m conquering new frontiers.
Hello, babe.
Yeah, you’ve got to put up with
the bad music and the $15 drinks,
but this place is stacked with
top-shelf, young, dumb ass.
All you gotta do is just separate
the weaker ones from the herd.
Come on,
I’ll get you into the VIP.
Can I get a couple drinks from you?
Okay, L.G.
Lupus, I got to be totally…
I got to be honest with you.
I’m not feeling it here.
You’re gonna like it in here.
You’re gonna love it.
I don’t like it out here.
Look, listen to me, will you, please?
How you doing, Buzz?
While you were on the inside
locked up for the past two years,
the game has changed.
Do you remember
when you were an outdoor cat
and you used to have to hunt
and kill for your food?
Well, you’ve become
an indoor cat.
You’ve been getting your milk
brought to you
in a silver bowl,
and guess what?
Now, you’ve been
tossed back outside
and the alley has changed.
For example, your MTV generation,
your technology, your text
message, your TiVo. You name it.
People want their
information faster.
People e-mail each other because they
want to exchange information, Gar.
They don’t want to connect,
they want results.
Okay. You gotta get to
the message quicker.
Now, I want you to watch.
It’s real simple. Okay?
How you doing, ladies?
Now, here’s what I’d like
to do to you.
First, I’d like to
get you naked.
And then I’m gonna take
some Saran Wrap
and I’m gonna wrap you
up in it, head to toe.
Then I’m gonna
cut out two holes.
One for your mouth, so you
can breathe, obviously.
And the other one…
Asshole.
It could be a gorgeous
evening for us, babe.
The pink is gorgeous.
Jesus, God.
Come here. Lupus, listen to me.
I want you to listen to me.
There are our drinks.
You want your drink?
No, I’m fine. Thank you.
The L.G. thanks you.
Will you listen to me, please?
You’re my brother and I love you very much,
and maybe you do get laid tonight,
but maybe you get arrested.
Arrested for what, babe?
Being awesome?
Come on, babe, listen.
You want to tell your jokes, tell your jokes.
But sooner or later you’re gonna get
hungry and you’re gonna wanna eat.
And jokes might make you feel
better, but they don’t get you fed.
I’m gonna go take a lap.
What are you doing?
I’m sketching.
And where are you sketching?
In the living room.
No, in my bedroom.
And I didn’t say anything
to you, Brooke,
when you so arrogantly claimed
the bed without asking me,
but you can’t just waltz into my room
and turn it into a damn art fair.
Gary, I’ve only taken up
a little bit of space, so…
I don’t care if you only
took an inch.
There might not be a door here,
but this is my domain. Okay?
I don’t go into your bedroom
and set up a goddamn sawhorse.
Well, then what the hell is that
pool table doing in the dining room?
Because that’s a common area.
And that’s where this belongs.
Not in my room.
Hey, what are you doing?
It belongs in another common area.
Gary.
People want to come home and they
want to relax in their room.
Gary, it is 2:00
in the morning!
Don’t you drop my things.
I don’t know what to tell you, kid.
This is how I am
when I’m single.
My hours start to get
pretty strange.
Might be time for you
to think about moving out.
Why would I…
No, I’m not moving anywhere.
Gary, just please
turn the volume down.
Yeah, but I don’t tell you what
the hell to do in your room.
You can doodle. You can dance.
You can bake
a goddamn gingerbread house.
I don’t give a shit.
But in my room, I want to
relax and watch my highlights
in complete surround-sound
experience.
What the hell are you doing?
You’re not even gonna watch it!
Don’t tell me what I am
or aren’t not doing.
Oh, what you are not,
not doing?
Go learn some English.
Oh, I’m sorry.
I didn’t have a grandfather on
the board of some fancy college.
Key word being “was.
” Did he touch the Filipino exchange student?
Did he not touch
the exchange student?
I don’t know, Brooke.
I wasn’t there. Okay.
No, don’t start
with the family stuff.
Like your family’s so perfect?
Your brother’s a pervert!
Don’t talk to me about the
sexual habits of family members.
What about your sister?
My sister’s been through a lot.
Of dick.
There are some problems, Gary, but
can we please just leave it…
Problems? She slept with the entire
Arizona Cardinals offensive line.
That’s not problems.
That’s she’s the problem!
She was on vacation!
She was on vacation.
Don’t even get me started,
by the way, on your brother.
If I have to hear that guy
sing just one more time,
I’d hang myself
with wax dental floss.
Could the guy just come out
of the closet, please?
Richard is not gay.
Okay, lassie, I want you to
listen to me and listen good.
I’m not saying
he won’t get married.
I’m not saying
he won’t even have kids.
But then one day
his wife will come home,
and then she’ll find him
with a guy named Majulio,
wearing leather helmets and clubbing
each other to Yanni’s greatest hits.
Yeah. Right. Whatever.
You’re an infant.
Yeah, I’m an infant.
Go enjoy your room, Brooke,
’cause I’m gonna enjoy mine!
Okay.
You know what?
I might enjoy some
pay-per-view options tonight.
It’s gonna be a long one,
sweetheart,
and I got nothing to do mañana
but sleep in.
Boogie nights Ain’t no doubt
we are here to party
What are you doing?
Boogie nights Come on now,
got to get it started
Ricky, you and
the Get Along Gang leave
or I’m gonna throw you out of
here personally, you understand?
Actually, Gary,
this is Brooke’s bedroom.
So, technically, you don’t
have jurisdiction here,
but I think it’d be really fun
if you sang with us.
Come on, Gary.
I think you’ll like it.
You got 10 seconds
to get out of here
or I’m gonna break
your damn magic whistle.
You understand
what I’m saying to you?
Move this group
out of my house, now!
Gary, you can’t take a pitch
pipe out of a guy’s hand
when he’s in the middle
of a very funky groove.
You can get hurt
doing something like that.
I’m tapping out,
I’m tapping out!
Here we go. From the bridge.
Party night Get on down with
the sound of the music
Boogie nights
Do it, do it
What kind of bullshit move
was that?
I’m sorry. What? What happened?
Oh, don’t be coy with me.
You sent that animal over here to attack
me when I was hung over and weak.
Oh, no. Look, all I know
is The Tone Rangers,
they needed someplace
to rehearse,
so I very clearly told
Richard, “Stay in my room,”
which you explained to me was my
space to do with what I want.
Is that how you want to play it?
‘Cause I’ll play it like that.
I’ll play it like
Lionel Richie.
All night long, lady.
Oh, yeah.
I’ll call some guys
from my neck of the woods.
And we’re not talking, Brooke,
about a couple of queens
who know a few grapples.
We’re talking about Polacks that
don’t have a goddamn future.
Right.
That’s right!
We can make shit real
uncomfortable around here,
and that’s what we’re gonna do.
Please. Come on.
You know what?
You’re just embarrassed because
Richard kicked your ass.
Richard did not kick my ass.
What Richard did was attack me
when I was half asleep.
Really?
Is that how you see it?
There’s a really big gap between
getting your ass kicked
and having a dancing, singing
sprite fool you with trickery
and then strike your throat before you
know that you’re even in a fight.
And I wouldn’t expect someone
like you to understand that,
because all you ever do is make
moves from up in your ivy tower.
Wow. You have officially
gone off the reservation.
I’m an adult. I talk through shit.
He ran out of ideas.
God. Listen, by the way, there’s
messages on the voice mail
regarding game night, which is
obviously not gonna happen,
so you might want to call people
and tell them that it’s canceled.
Why would I cancel game night?
Well, I mean…
If it’s our turn to host game, I’m
gonna host goddamn game night.
You want to host game night?
I’m fine, Brooke.
I don’t have any strangeness
over what happened here today.
Okay.
If there’s anyone that should
feel weird about seeing people,
that’s you, Tonya Harding. Me?
I’m gonna honor my commitments.
Great.
Great.
Fine.
Fine.
Let’s do that.
Let’s do that.
Let’s honor the commitment.
Hey, there’s no food in there!
Well, people are gonna be here in an hour.
What are they supposed to eat?
You’re a big boy.
Figure it out.
Oh, great.
Well, that’s what we got.
We have only tap water because,
you know, Gary didn’t shop.
And we don’t have any ice either
’cause he didn’t fill the trays.
That’s trash. It’s your shot.
What is your name again?
Diane.
Diane.
Did you call?
I called the five.
Well, yeah, but you didn’t
call the second ball,
so that’s trash,
so it’s your shot.
You got to play
by the rules. It’s your shot.
Andrew.
Oh, hi.
Whoa, whoa, whoa!
Hey, hey, hey!
These two Benedict Arnolds
aren’t welcome in my condo.
Who sent an invite to them?
I’m sorry.
These are very loyal friends and
they are always welcome in my condo.
Oh, really? Why don’t we take it to a vote
and see who has the numbers this time?
All right.
Show of hands here.
Who thinks that these two traitors should
leave and not be a part of game night?
And maybe take their shirts
off when they leave.
Raise your hand.
I know I feel that way. Who else?
Come on, Johnny O,
put your hand up, please.
Come on. Thank you.
You, Miss? New girl.
Who’s the girl? What’s her name?
What’s her name?
The girl you’re with.
What’s her name? Her name’s Diane.
Oh, I’m sorry. You might want
to go ahead and touch some sky.
Thank you. Come on, Riggleman, please?
What are you doing?
No. We need the eight to count
towards a running tally.
You know that. Come on.
Show her whose side that you’re on.
Put your hand in the air.
You know whose side I’m on.
You know we need eight, though. Come on.
Put your hand down.
Please don’t touch my Ruffles.
Put that one back.
Those are my Ruffles.
Don’t eat them, please.
Thank you.
Oh, Gary.
They’re mine.
Come on.
Here we go. All right.
Eyes front. Ready? Hold on.
Get the timer going, please.
Ready?
Now I gotta do it. Go.
Okay.
It’s a brick.
Square. Square.
Box. Box.
Corner. Corner.
A dot in the corner.
A house.
Home plate!
Football! Baseball! Sports. A house.
A triangle. It’s algebra.
Okay, it’s a house.
It’s a house.
It’s a house.
Two words.
Banana?
Chimney, chimney, chimney!
A fruit. House. Fruit.
Oh, restaurant. Or…
No, chimney, chimney.
Smoke…
Oh, a house call.
House call!
Oh! House call!
Yeah, well, I thought
it was a house call.
Like a hotel, then it hit
me it was a house. Yeah!
You’re terrific.
Absolutely terrific.
All right, beat that.
Okay, guys, listen.
The next one wins, okay?
So let’s stay focused.
Let’s stay calm.
We can do this. High fives.
Let’s go. Come on. Let’s go.
Let’s get a mind-meld.
Let’s try and get a mind-meld, okay?
Here we go. Let’s go.
Mind-meld. I heard you!
Don’t over-think it.
Mind meld. Ready?
I heard you!
Well, just keep it simple.
Shush.
Ready? Wait. Go! Here we go!
We’re mind-melding.
Draw faster.
It doesn’t have to be beautiful,
just has to be something we can get.
Shoe, shoe…
Shoe! Shoe, shoe, shoe.
Shoeless Joe Jackson. Draw something different.
No one’s getting it.
Shoe. What, is that a smaller shoe?
Baby shoe.
Smaller shoe. Baby shoes.
Shoes.
Baby shoes.
Smaller shoe. Gumshoe.
Smaller shoes.
Gumshoe? Gumshoe?
Running Olympics.
Inside the shoe.
Inside a shoe. A bubble…
Lining.
Stop pointing at the shoe. We’re not…
No one’s guessing shoe.
Stop pointing at the shoe
and draw something different.
Draw something different.
You…
Goddamn it!
No one’s guessing shoe!
You drew a big shoe, then a
small shoe, and no one got it.
You gotta draw something different.
Everyone said “shoe” seven times.
It’s a sock, asshole.
You call yourself an artist?
A three-year-old with a box of crayons
could do a better job than this.
I’m sorry, I don’t have the great talent
of standing on top of a big red bus
and pointing out architecture
that other great men have built!
I’m the one who should
be sorry, Brooke.
I shouldn’t sit here and
pick on your art. No.
Because you got the nuts
part down, Picasso.
All you have to do is cut
off your frigging ear.
That’s Van Gogh, you idiot!
And your insults are much more
effective when they’re accurate.
Don’t talk to me about
being goddamn accurate!
I can talk to you
about anything that I want.
‘Cause you couldn’t even
draw a sock.
You don’t do anything right!
You’re a lazy…
Everyone said,
“Shoe, shoe, shoe!”
At first, I figured that the split
was just something temporary,
something that you two
would work out and get past,
but after tonight
I think it’s pretty clear
that you two genuinely do not
want to get back together.
There’s not a shot in hell.
Gary.
I’m just…
I got you.
As your friend
and as your realtor,
I’m not gonna
leave here tonight
until we decide
what to do about this condo,
because this living situation
is obviously not working out.
Gary?
Well, the only logical thing
that I can think of
is for her to move out
of the condo,
and then to pay me some sort of
a penalty as compensation for
the labor that I did all around the condo.
What? What?
What? Pay you compensation
for your labor?
We fixed this place up together.
Are you nuts?
Stop calling me nuts, I swear to God.
I fixed the…
You went around with a sponge,
and you went in the bathroom
and you dotted foofy shit.
That’s what you’re saying that I did?
There’s no…
That was…
That’s called aesthetics.
It warmed this place up
so it didn’t look like
an army barracks,
which it was about to.
I’ll tell you what it’s called
in his language, depreciated.
That’s what it’s called.
You don’t even know what that means.
Unless the next buyer happens to have
your same Zulu-voodoo-land taste.
All right.
Let me tell you something else.
It’s gonna cost money to cover
up the holes in the wall.
The holes that you drilled in the wall there
to hang up whatever that thing is called.
Oh, please. Gary.
You’re gonna have
to cost money to fix that.
What I did, Brooke, has
concrete value to the condo.
I added concrete…
Well, let’s just go on record.
We’re dealing with facts here.
I did the tiling in the bathroom.
Have you seen…
I did the new track lighting.
That tile is the shittiest tile job.
I did the plumbing!
The plumbing!
That’s realty terms.
Okay. Let’s talk about your plumbing.
This is his plumbing.
We have two temperatures
in our bathroom.
We get either scalding hot
or we get frostbite.
That’s it. That’s all we get.
It’s my problem
that she doesn’t know how
to pace a shower?
Now all of a sudden
that’s my fault.
I get a minute
to take a shower.
One minute?
One minute of warmth?
Oh, Jesus. One minute.
That’s it. That’s correct.
Thank God you’re not in charge of keeping
all the clocks in Chicago on time.
This is basic logic. You are out of your mind.
You have lost it.
Let me explain this to you
in plain chapter and verse.
Cheese and rice, you guys are gonna
kill each other. Now, let’s just…
Realistically speaking,
neither one of you
can afford this mortgage
on your own, okay?
And that’s a shame, because this building
will continue to increase in value.
I get nothing but phone
calls about it, all right?
Waiting for a unit to open up.
So, as your realtor, the last
thing I would suggest is selling.
But as your friend, I just, I
don’t see any other solution.
You take your halves,
you go your separate ways,
and you get on with your lives.
I know that selling is not the easiest
thing, but I do think that it’s the best.
And to be honest,
this is a situation
where I would just as soon
not take a commission.
That’s great. Thank you.
That’s great. Thank you for that.
I wish I didn’t have to,
you know,
but company policy says
I cannot waive that.
But I was just…
You know, I’m saying in theory, you know.
In this situation, ’cause we’re
friends, I wish I could waive it.
No can do, though.
As soon as you can, I would love to
get a set of keys from you guys.
You just drop them off.
Okay. Great. There they are.
I’ll be bringing by
people all week.
You won’t even know I’m here.
The good news is, should move quickly.
All right.
Okay to leave you two
alone now?
Got to get back to Jen.
Very excited about the win tonight.
Okay.
Addie, if the condo sells, I
think I’m gonna lose him.
Yeah, but game night
was so light and fun,
I’m really surprised
to be hearing this.
Okay. You know what?
That’s not constructive. Really.
I just… Yeah, I need
a new plan, Addie. I don’t…
I’m just kidding. It’s me.
I’m gonna have to
call you back.
Whenever one of my friends is down,
we all go on, like, happy patrol.
I was actually having
a very serious conversation.
Christopher, do not sing.
If you’re happy and you
know it Clap your hands
If you’re happy and you
know it Clap your hands
If you’re happy and you know it
You’re going to smile to…
Pack up your shit and go home.
Okay. You know what?
This is not his fault.
He was just really trying
to cheer me up and it…
Did I or did I not give you
the day off to be sad?
Yes. But I…
Well, today’s not that day,
and unfortunately for you,
I can’t afford to look weak.
No, please.
You have warned me so many times
and you have yet to fire me.
I think you and I both know that
to find and train somebody new,
it’s gonna cost you time,
and it’s gonna cost you money,
and I don’t think you want
to spend either one of those.
Now, look, I’m just gonna
take a wild guess here,
but you don’t become
Marilyn Dean
without knowing
how to handle men.
Okay? Now, just listen
to my problem,
tell me how to fix it, and then
we’ll all go back to work.
Okay. What is this problem
so severe
that has caused you to blaspheme
in the synagogue of Marilyn Dean?
Well, it’s Gary.
I broke up with him
in hopes that losing me would
make him want to change,
and that’s, you know…
And I’ve just ended up pushing him,
you know, farther and farther away.
That’s it?
Yeah.
Honey, this is not surrealism or
cubism, it’s paint-by-numbers.
Go see Mischa,
my personal waxer at the spa.
Ask her for the Telly Savalas.
The Telly Savalas.
Compliments of M. Dean.
Then go show Gary
your immaculate canvas
and let him see another man
eager to paint it. Got it?
Got it?
Uh-huh.
Who loves you, baby?
Wow, impressive.
Three sharp hands landed.
What an amazing display
of punching technique.
The crowd jumps.
That punch rocked him.
They sense he’s on the verge
of hitting the canvas.
The roaring for anticipation
of a knockout.
We are witnessing
a great fight.
He’s displaying incredible
rhythm with his hands.
Bulldog terrorizing
his opponent. Down he goes!
Hard punch slams him
to the canvas.
One, two, three,
four, five, six, seven, eight,
nine, ten. It’s over.
Is… Did… Is Brooke here?
I don’t know.
Brooke?
I’ll be right there.
Cool, baby, cool.
So, how do you and Brooke
know each other?
Well, how don’t we know each
other, you know what I mean?
Hi, Paul.
Oh, hey. Wow, you look great.
Thank you.
Are you ready to go?
Yeah. All set.
So, it was great meeting you.
Apple martinis.
All right, come on.
That normally does the trick.
Just ignore him. But just two.
Three, she’ll get sloppy.
You’ll become a babysitter.
Oh, and fantasy role playing.
She’s got a real thing for lifeguards.
Put some zinc oxide on your
nose and she’ll lose her mind.
It’ll all be over with.
Y’all want me
to stop running?
I mean, the most challenging
part of what I do
is between February
and April 15th.
That’s what we in the biz
like to call crunch time.
That sounds fascinating.
Good evening.
Can I start you two off
with something to drink?
Yeah, you know, we’re gonna start with
a couple of apple martinis, please.
No, you know what? I’m gonna…
I’m just gonna start with a water.
Well, you can just bring those, just in case.
What was I saying?
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
So, you know, it’s not like
it’s all work and no play.
You know, I mean, after April
15th, that’s what we in the biz
like to call party time.
Excuse me.
Oh, I have to get this.
I’m so sorry.
Hello.
Okay, is this when I’m
supposed to call? What?
What do you mean? What?
Where? What happened?
Okay, that’s great.
Wait. What? Oh, all right.
Listen, where… Just don’t move.
Where are you?
I’m sitting in my kitchen.
Sitting? Okay.
Don’t move.
Don’t… I’m gonna be right there, honey.
I’m gonna be right there, okay?
Is everything okay?
Oh, my gosh.
That was my best friend.
She just had an accident and she…
She has this knee thing
and she’s just very fragile,
and I have to go. What?
I can give you a ride.
No. No. That’s okay.
I’m gonna grab a cab, so…
I’m so sorry.
I like your dress.
I think he’s fascinating.
He’s obviously read a lot of books.
Yeah. Yeah, I bet he has.
He reads a lot of books because
nobody wants to talk to him.
He’s a friend of Andrew’s
who’s always been polite.
It’s the best I could do
on such short notice, okay?
Well, you know what?
Polite is not gonna do it.
We’ve got to find somebody who is
really gonna make Gary jealous.
Can I just say something?
You sound a little jealous,
Gary.
Why would I be jealous of some
guy with computer skills?
Let’s say he doesn’t have computer skills,
but he’s got a big old elephant hog on him?
Would that bother you or
would you be okay with that?
Not nearly as much as the way
that your mind works.
My mind works great.
So, what’s this bullshit I hear
about you selling the condo?
Selling that condo
is ludicrous.
I was waiting for
when I was gonna get
the how-Gary-always-
screws-his-life-up speech again.
This must be the right time.
Look, you tell me,
you just tell me, tell me.
Is it happening now? Yeah. Okay.
Tell me how losing that asset
is gonna get us on the river?
Go ahead, just tell me. Tell me.
Somebody tell me. What is this?
What is this? What is it? What is it?
Hey! Don’t patronize me.
Helicopters.
Helicopters. Exactly!
How does losing the asset
give us helicopters?
Dennis, I’m being totally serious with you.
I don’t need this shit right now.
Hey, you want to cry,
cry to Mom.
Nobody’s crying.
I’m not crying.
I just don’t feel like hearing it.
There’s no feelings here.
This is about money and business.
Fine, you broke up.
You broke up. Fine.
You know, sad.
Sad is, instead of putting $1,000
into your mortgage every month,
you waste it on rent.
That’s what sad is.
Oh, you’re broke up.
You’re confused, brokenhearted.
Heartbreak is not
having that money
as part of your net worth
and then not saving the money,
so that after taxes
you can invest!
You know, you’re confused.
Are you finished?
Look, I need the damn tour logs.
Yeah.
Well, I really, really
appreciate the heart to heart.
It was a great talk, Dennis.
Thank you.
Oh, well, you’re behind three months.
You’re still behind three months.
And those logs are imperative to
insuring that our books are straight!
I’ll tell you what those logs are.
Those logs are bullshit is what they are!
You got the receipts.
Tally the goddamn things yourself!
I do, I do!
And I don’t appreciate it, because
it cuts into my time with my family.
I could be spending that time with my
family instead of doing your books.
I already do the taxes.
I do the billing.
I do the hiring, the firing.
I do the maintenance.
Come on, what do you do?
What is it that you do?
You do the tours!
I am the talent, Dennis!
They sign up a month
in advance to see me.
They’ll wait in line for the
next bus to see me! All right?
So don’t drain me with all this
bullshit about the goddamn tour logs!
How big’s your TV?
Oh, shut up!
How big’s your TV, ’cause I wanna
know if you can see what’s happening.
Oh, wow.
You beat a 12-year-old.
I don’t care if you’re 12 years old.
You have more time in the day to play.
I live in the real world,
my man,
with bills
and responsibilities.
That’s right.
You can’t have a handle called Mad Dog
Killer if you complain every time…
Brooke?
Hi, Mike.
Come on in.
Hold on, Mom. I’m coming.
Is your mom
in the room with you?
‘Cause I hope she can’t see
what’s happening.
I hope she can’t see
what’s happening.
I’m gonna be just a few more seconds.
So, just sit down and relax.
Oh, yeah, no problem.
I’m sorry?
Yeah, why’d you do that?
You take the fun out of beating you,
because you have an excuse to lose.
Get a life, dude.
Do you think it’s possible that
your mom won’t love you anymore
if she sees how bad
you’re losing in the game.
Shut up!
Okay.
All right.
That’s great. You’re gonna
stay man-to-man with me.
What happens
when I make a play?
Making plays, making plays!
Making plays!
Well, you know, that’s how my people
like to handle their business.
While your guys are out partying,
mine are running routes.
Try to make a difference.
Mike? I’m ready to go.
Oh, hey,
do you mind if we finish the game?
We got a real nail-biter going here.
Yeah, sure. Of course. Great.
Awesome, all right?
Touchdown.
Oh, God, is that pretty.
God, is that pretty.
Yeah, I’m a gentleman.
I like to be humble. I’m old school.
I don’t like to talk a lot.
But at the same time,
am I talented?
Tell me how you felt about
what just happened there.
That’s him going deep.
That’s him going…
Work ethic. Work ethic.
I could play this game forever.
Oh, I could, too. I love it, yeah.
I love it, don’t you?
I mean, it’s the kind of thing
where literally
I play the game and it’s like,
four hours go by.
Fate has me highly skilled
and loaded with talent.
Oh…
‘Cause I think I’m good enough to
figure out how to beat myself.
You push yourself.
You push yourself trying
to achieve the impossible,
because you know
that when that moment comes
that everything you’ve done up to that
moment has prepared you for victory!
I can’t take credit
for it, Mike.
I got to thank these little
digital guys with the big hearts.
Does it feel good to be
a champion? Yeah.
Yeah, it feels good to be a champion.
Good game.
Hey, Brooke,
are you ready to go now?
Oh, yeah, yeah. Sure.
Great.
Hey, Gary, thanks a lot, man.
It was great to meet you.
Absolutely, man.
Come on, Mike. I know
a great little martini bar.
Yo.
Hey, man, saddle up.
It’s time to rope in some talent.
What’s up? What do you got?
My place. Tonight. Poker.
Call some girls up.
Your roommate is awesome.
Yeah, he’s something.
So, where did you go to law school?
Oh, Northwestern.
God, Gary’s hilarious.
Yeah, he’s okay.
Okay? I mean,
the guy’s all time.
But he’s gonna take Chicago
tourism by air, land and sea.
And he asked me to join
his new bowling team.
I mean, how cool is that?
Mmm-hmm.
You know what? I can’t do this.
I’m so sorry.
Excuse me, would you please pull over?
Can you pull over, please?
Hey, wait.
Tell Gary to call me.
Welcome, everyone,
to the first annual Texas Hold ‘em
No-Limit Strip Poker Tournament.
Now, per the e-mail that Lupus sent, we
each have eight articles of clothing.
Now, if you want to bet, you
take off an article of clothing,
you put it in the center.
If you win, you take back the clothes,
you put back on what you bet.
The extras that other people
bet will stay in front of you,
much the same as chips would.
You can go all in at any point,
but as I outlined, you must take
off all your clothes to do so.
The game shall last an hour,
maybe two,
at which point we will begin the
dance portion of the evening.
Let’s get going here.
I need to see the blinds.
Small blind. Big blind.
The blinds are one and one.
Come on, ladies.
All right.
Oh, yeah.
Let’s get going here.
Shuffle up and deal.
All right.
I mean, just because they
were playing video games,
that doesn’t mean
it didn’t bother him, right?
Honestly, Brooke, I wish I could
tell you, but I wasn’t there.
All right, Sally, get the
soap out of your mouth.
We’re gonna save that
for when you’re 12.
Mike was really,
really good-looking.
I mean, he’s a little bit of a
goof, but Gary doesn’t know that.
I mean, for all he knows,
a sophisticated,
really good-looking guy
took me out on a date tonight.
I could be in bed with this guy
right now for all he knows.
You know?
I’m telling you, if you
saw the look on his face,
Mike got to him.
Hello.
Hey, it’s Riggleman.
Great news.
So, how does this work?
I’ll bring the car around front
and you wrap them up to go?
Oh, no, no.
We take care of everything.
We deliver it. We hang it.
We check the light and the sun exposure.
Oh. Perfect.
Yeah.
Listen, I don’t want to be
too forward,
but would you like to have
some dinner with me sometime?
I’m sorry. I have a boyfriend.
Of course.
So…
Well, he’s a lucky man.
Oh, thank you.
I guess I will just have to keep it to
home deliveries and gallery purchases.
Thank you, though. See you.
Have a good day, Brooke.
You, too.
Okay, are you out of your mind?
Gary’s throwing Greek orgies
in your living room
and you’re telling hot rich
guys you have a boyfriend?
Are you nuts? Hey, look.
I’m not exactly innocent here.
Brooke, as an outsider with some
perspective, I really think you…
Christopher, stop. Stop it.
I don’t want to hear it.
This has already gotten
way out of hand.
I know what I have to do now, all right?
I know what I have to do.
Did you get my note?
Yeah.
Two weeks.
I brought some boxes from work,
so, you know, if you need
any just help yourself.
Great. Thanks.
Listen, a while ago
I got these tickets
for the Old 97′s tonight, and I
completely forgot about it, so I…
You know, if you want to go.
Well, how many tickets
did you get?
I got two.
How much do you want for them?
Oh, no, I’m going. I’m going.
So, then it would just be
the two of us?
Well, yes,
and 2,000 other people.
I mean, it’s not a big deal,
but, you know, look, you know,
I was going to invite Addie,
but I just figured
I’d gotten them for you, so…
Sure. Why not?
Are you sure? I mean,
if you don’t want them,
I can definitely give them to somebody.
No. No, I’ll be there.
That sounds…
It sounds great.
Okay. All right.
It’s at the Riv.
So, I’ll just leave
your ticket at Will Call.
Good?
Okay.
Okay.
Yeah, so, there.
I’ll just leave that for him. Okay, great.
Okay, so.
Gary Grobowski?
Grobowski, yeah.
He should be here in a minute.
He’s really… He’s oddly tall, so.
Oh, okay. Great.
You won’t miss him. Thanks.
All right, have a good night.
Hi. Can I get a beer, please?
Sure.
Actually, make that two beers.
It’s gonna be $8.
Excuse me. Sorry.
Hello, everybody!
Good evening, Chicago.
We’re the Old 97′s.
Brooke?
Are you up?
Yeah.
Are you okay?
I’m fine.
Are you sure?
What’s up? What do you want?
I just want to say I’m sorry
that I missed the concert,
and let me know what that ticket
cost, I’ll pay you back for it.
Just leave me alone, Gary.
I planned on going
to the concert.
It’s just, I stopped by
Johnny O’s and we…
It doesn’t fucking matter,
okay?
Would you just leave my room
and shut the door?
Jesus.
Please.
I didn’t really know that the concert
mattered all that much to you.
Exactly.
Hold on a second here.
Let me talk for a second.
Gary…
Brooke. You broke up with me.
Then you have guys
coming over here for dates,
and all of a sudden you ask
me to go to some concert.
I mean, I just figured that,
you know.
Gary.
I just… I don’t know
how we got here.
Our entire relationship
I’ve gone above
and beyond for you, for us.
And I mean, I’ve cooked.
I’ve picked your shit up
off the floor.
I’ve laid your clothes out for you
like you were a four-year-old.
I support you.
I supported you, your work.
If we ever had dinner or
anything, I make the plans.
I take care of everything and I just don’t
feel like you appreciate any of it.
I don’t feel you appreciate me.
And all I want is to…
Is for you to just show me that you care.
Why didn’t you just
say that to me?
Gary, I’ve tried. I’ve tried.
Yeah, but never like that.
You might’ve said some things that
you meant to imply that, Brooke,
but I’m not a mind reader.
I doubt it would matter.
You are who you are.
Just leave me alone, okay?
Right now. Just shut my door.
Listen.
All right, Gary, just, please.
Just leave the room.
Listen to me.
Gary, just…
I don’t want to be near you right now.
Listen to me. I just want to…
Please, just shut the door.
Please.
I know. Look, I know you feel bad, but,
you know, what are you gonna do?
I mean, what does she expect, for me to
want to go with the girl who dumped me?
I don’t know. She probably just wanted
you, you know, to show her the respect
of not standing her up
or some shit, who knows?
Well, damn it. I should have
just said no in the first place.
I don’t know why I called…
You know what?
It’s her fault she got hurt.
You shouldn’t even feel bad about it.
She should have expected it from you.
You’re a fun guy, okay?
Everybody likes you.
You’re the quickest guy I know.
Anytime we go out, I have a blast.
All right? But, you know,
everybody who knows you knows you’re
gonna do what you want to do.
And if it’s not what the other person
wants to do, well, that’s their problem.
That’s bullshit.
It’s not bullshit.
There’s plenty of times I do
shit that I don’t want to do.
That’s ridiculous. No.
Like when?
That’s bullshit to say
about me.
When have we ever done something
you didn’t want to do?
You know, I don’t know, off the top of my head.
I don’t keep score…
When’s the last time
we went to a Sox game?
The Sox.
Not when they’re playing
the Cubs, either.
We always do what you want to do and
she always did what you want to do.
It’s who you are.
Everybody thinks that
you’re their friend, okay?
But the fact of the matter is
that there’s not one person
that I know that you trust
enough to let close enough
that they could hurt you.
And her big problem
is that you really liked her.
I mean, she is the one girl
you really liked.
And no matter what she did
and how hard she tried,
you were never gonna
let your guard down.
That poor girl
never stood a chance.
Marilyn?
Marilyn?
Yeah.
I’m sorry. I just…
Oh, just get in here.
Oh, okay.
I’m sorry, excuse me.
Marilyn, I just…
I just wanted to let you know that
today is gonna be my last day.
I’m gonna be traveling
for a bit.
Here’s a blank check.
Write down a number, I don’t want to
know what it is, and go back to work.
No, no. It’s not about that.
I can’t accept that.
Brooke.
Travis, get your gorgeous
tuckus out of here.
If you make it to Rome,
search out an establishment
called the Padre Negro.
Ask for a strapping young
fellow named Alberto.
Compliments of M. Dean.
Well, thank you.
I appreciate that.
Yeah. And, honey,
take as long as you want,
because when you’re done,
your job will be right here
waiting for you.
And if you discover a path
that doesn’t lead back here…
Well, I hope you’ll text.
I will.
And, like I said, the apartment’s
a mess, but I’m moving, so…
It’s okay. Relax about
the place. I don’t care.
Okay. This’ll just take a second.
Okay.
Hello?
Hey. I’m in here.
Don’t say anything. I…
How’re you doing?
Could I talk to you in private
for a second?
You know what?
This is really not a good time,
and obviously you have
something happening here,
so we’ll just be in…
No, no, I don’t have anything going on.
This is actually for you.
I’m just gonna wait outside.
No, no. Wait.
No, no. Really. It’s okay.
I really can’t do this
right now.
Brooke, this whole thing
has been really tough on me
and I’ve tried to act like it
hasn’t been that tough on me,
but the first Sunday
after me and you broke up,
it all kind of really hit me.
And I think it partially hit me
because Sunday was sort of always our
day that we would do stuff together.
But I didn’t have any idea
you still cared so much.
And, you know, when I saw
you crying the other night,
that was honestly
the worst moment of my life.
Gary.
Let me just try to say some of
these things here. It’s just…
Look,
I know that I’ve caused you
a lot of pain.
And the funny thing is, all I really
want to do is make you happy.
I just want to make you smile.
Now, I’ve had a lot of time to
think about some of the things
that went on, and I know, Brooke, that
I don’t always do the right thing
or always say the right things,
but I am willing to try
to do things differently.
And I’d be happy to go
take a dance class.
Well, I would. Honestly.
I would like to go do that. Or go travel.
I mean, I’d even be willing
to go to the ballet.
Although I would much rather do the
dance class or take a trip somewhere.
But I realize
that’s not the point.
I realize that the point
isn’t that at all,
because it’s not really about doing
things that you love to do always,
but it is about doing things
with the person that you love.
And I love you.
Gary.
Just give me one second here.
I’ve missed you so much.
I promise you, Brooke,
I will do whatever it is that I
have to do to never hurt you again.
I love you and I’m sorry.
Okay, that’s it.
That’s all I…
Oh, God.
That’s all I wanted to say,
so you can go ahead now with
anything that you’re feeling to say.
I don’t know what to say.
Just say whatever
you feel inside.
I don’t feel the same way.
I don’t. I just…
I don’t know.
Oh, God.
I just, I think…
I don’t know,
but I don’t think I have
anything left to give.
I’m sorry.
I was hoping for…
It doesn’t matter.
Oh, this is now beyond awkward.
There’s some new guy
standing out in the hallway
and I think I’m gonna go.
Okay.
Thank you.
I made a dinner, and I don’t
know if it’s any good or not,
but you’re welcome to have it.
Okay.
Gary, that’s really…
That’s not what you think that it is.
It’s okay.
I’m gonna go take a walk.
I’m sorry about that.
I’m sorry I imposed.
No, that’s fine. Please.
So, what do you think?
I think you’re right.
I think it’s great.
Good.
Okay.
Okay.
I will have that wrapped up.
Packed up, sorry,
and delivered.
Thank you for taking the time
to show it to me, okay?
Sure.
Yeah. I’m gonna run.
Okay, I’ll walk you out.
No, no, no.
I can… It’s okay.
So, the thing that I was most
afraid of happening happened
and I don’t regret it at all,
because now she knows how I feel.
Do you know what I mean?
Yeah.
I think, what you got to do
now is really think hard,
because you have
to find somebody
that can’t be traced back
to either of us
to visit this guy.
What are you talking about?
I don’t…
The guy who came with her.
I don’t need anything
to happen to the guy.
But if they could trace him
back to either one of us…
It’s not about him. I don’t care about that.
…it’s a problem.
The guy, he’s not a… They’re not dumb.
Cops are smart, trust me.
Okay, but he’s not a problem to me.
Right.
Listen to me.
Promise me that you’re
not gonna do anything.
I got you.
It’s better if nobody…
You don’t know anything.
What are you talking about?
I’ll take care of it.
I don’t want you to take care of anything.
John, do me a favor.
I’m being serious with you.
I know, I know. Smart. You’re smart.
No, I’m not.
I’m being honest with you.
I don’t want anything to happen to him.
Me, either.
Promise me you’re not gonna have
anyone do anything to this guy.
But you’ve gotta tell me exactly
what you’re gonna tell them,
if the cops come to you.
Because if we tell a different story…
Nothing. Promise me one thing.
We don’t care…
John, I’m gonna go home.
I can’t do this. I’m exhausted.
Right, go home. Just make sure your
neighbors know you’re going home.
Do me a favor. They got phone records.
Make a couple phone calls tonight.
Especially around 10:00.
Okay. Please don’t
do anything. All right.
I don’t mean it like…
I mean, honestly.
No, no, I got it.
For all you know,
nothing’s happening.
I don’t want anything to happen.
Right.
Say it louder.
What are you doing here
so early?
Everything okay with you and…
Yeah, everything’s gonna be great.
I just wanna get my day started,
but I just wanted to say that
I’m sorry it took
so long for me to…
I love you, Dennis.
It’s all right. It’s okay.
I’m sorry. I’m gonna go
do the stuff.
So, that’s it for all my stuff.
If you want, you could give me your key
and I’ll drop it off at Riggleman’s.
All right.
Thanks.
Gary.
You know, there’s
a thousand things I…
I would have done differently.
Me, too.
Sort of, actually, when I see this space,
I realize that if we didn’t have
such a big coffee table
and that oversized couch
a pool table
would have fit nicely.
Yeah.
Although the oversized couch did come in
very useful the last couple of weeks, so…
Yes, it… I guess.
Have a good trip.
Thanks.
Chicago is called
the Second City
because after the
Great Chicago Fire of 1871,
Chicago was rebuilt
on its ruins.
The city came back even bigger and
stronger than it originally was.
So it’s not really an insult, it’s more
of a badge of honor to be called…
The Second City!
Okay. People, you might
be able to get away
with that reaction at work,
but you are on vacation here.
If you can’t blow it out here, then
where the hell can you blow it out?
Ladies and gentlemen,
show me that you mean it.
Do not make me ask you twice.
Are you ready to see Chicago?
Yes!
I said, are you ready
to see Chicago? Yes!
Are you ready to see Chicago?
Shondra, put this babe in the air.
Let’s go!
There is a bar downstairs.
Please enjoy yourself.
I know it’s early in the morning,
but it is Chicago in the summer.
Who are we kidding? It’s fine.
Go get hopped up,
make some bad decisions.
My jokes get better.
The buildings look bigger.
It’s not so important
that everything is finished.
It’s important that
everything is right.
Well, what time’s
the presentation?
All right, I’ll pick up the rest of
the stuff and I’ll see you at 6:45.
Great. Bye.
Brooke!
It’s good to see you.
It’s good to see you.
I’d give you a hug, but my hands are
kind of full with all the bags here.
How’ve you been?
I’ve been really good.
How have you been?
I’ve been good.
Yeah.
You look great.
Thank you.
The hair’s a little different.
Looks nice. Yeah? Oh, yeah.
You’ve lost some weight.
Well, it’s very deceiving, actually.
I’ve managed to become thin without
having any real muscle on me whatsoever.
Very tough thing to accomplish, by the way.
I’m proud of myself.
Well, you look terrific.
Thanks.
I heard your trip went really well.
It did. It went really well.
Oh, good.
It was fun. It was amazing.
I saw so many amazing places.
It was just…
But, you know, you do realize
how much you love home.
It’s good to have you back.
Yeah. It’s good to be back.
And the boat.
Congratulations on the boat. Thanks.
I’m waiting for it to get warm, and
I’m gonna come by and take a ride.
Well, anytime you want.
It’ll be on the house. Come on by.
Well, I will, then.
I hope you do.
Definitely.
Well, I got to…
I’m going to a meeting, so…
I got to drop these bags off anyway, but
it’s really good to see you, Brooke.
Really good to see you.
Shouldn’t…
Sorry.
I’m sorry.
I’m just saying we shouldn’t wait
so long the next time before we…
Yeah.

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