I'm not armed!
I need you to shave a week off that.
Yeah, all right.
We have to talk.
Their kid got snagged at the border.
What, the courier?
He's all over the news.
How the fuck did that happen?
We don't know how the fuck that happened.
But apparently there's a great amount
of anxiety bouncing around now.
Where are they holding the kid?
Montreal detention center.
Maybe I know someone inside there.
Should this Cedric get an itch to name names-
No, he's not gonna name any fucking names.
Good, because that would be unpleasant for everyone.
What the fuck? What?
I've been in there for half an hour.
Yeah, there was traffic.
Did you recycle at the Conway off-ramp?
Yeah, are you getting paranoid again?
Don't start with that paranoid shit.
Sorry, okay? Drive better.
I'll do my level best.
I'll be back in an hour.
Your sister's in the TV room.
Another time, another place.
Hey, small fry.
Doctor said you got 19 days.
I'm almost finished with my deal.
And I figure when we're done,
we can go for a drive up to the lake.
We can have breakfast.
I mean, fuck, we could even bring Mom.
What do you think?
She's taking methadone? Yes.
She was violent.
And there's some hearing loss,
about 40% in her right ear.
Hopefully it'll stop.
Why's that happening?
We don't know.
We see it sometimes.
We think the opiates damage the nerves in the ear canals.
I'm an addict.
Drug of choice, oxy.
Um, I heard Ron talking about doctor shopping
and it brought back some nice memories.
Not as good as the memory of, um,
this one time when I really needed a fix
and my doctor wouldn't write me any scripts anymore.
I still had the cast from my original accident,
so I put my wrist in the car door and I,
so I could, you know, get a script.
I have an amazing 16-year-old son
and I can't even sit through a hockey game without...
Without thinking about it.
I would like to be a better person for him,
and I am working on that every day.
Did you bring the slip?
I did. Come here.
How are you? How was school?
Pretty good. Good.
All right, um, your aunt's coming over for dinner tonight,
so on your way home from practice,
can you please stop by the store
and pick up some tortillas?
I'm gonna make fajitas tonight.
Oh, you're cooking?
Are you teasing?
You say you're ordering a pizza?
What did you say?
I'll get them.
Thank you. Love you.
I love you.
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Okay, what is next?
No, I understand that, Bill.
I just wanna double check our results here for you,
make sure nothing is off.
I'm sure your work is good as usual,
but you know, we're really getting behind here.
Just, just bear with me.
Everything will be fine.
Look, we've given you a lot of business
over the years, Tyrone, and you always come through,
but if you want me to call David Nunez at UCLA
and ask him to pick up some of the testing work-