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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:03,571 --> 00:00:05,005 [Monet] Previously on Ghost... 2 00:00:05,005 --> 00:00:08,776 If you do this shit, you can never go back. 3 00:00:08,776 --> 00:00:10,378 I would do anything to go back, 4 00:00:10,378 --> 00:00:13,714 to go back to how it was before you left us for Angela. 5 00:00:13,714 --> 00:00:15,750 [gunshot] 6 00:00:15,750 --> 00:00:17,251 [Brooks] We'd like you to tutor 7 00:00:17,251 --> 00:00:19,353 basketball player Ezekiel Cross. 8 00:00:19,353 --> 00:00:22,123 Zeke doesn't play, you don't stay. 9 00:00:22,123 --> 00:00:23,324 My mother's on trial for killing my father, 10 00:00:23,324 --> 00:00:24,358 and I want to hire you. 11 00:00:24,358 --> 00:00:26,227 Five hundred K, liquid, up front. 12 00:00:26,227 --> 00:00:27,762 You get that, we'll talk. 13 00:00:27,762 --> 00:00:29,063 Tariq St. Patrick. 14 00:00:29,063 --> 00:00:30,731 I've been assigned as his counselor. 15 00:00:30,731 --> 00:00:32,299 He's really motivated. 16 00:00:32,299 --> 00:00:33,401 Canonical Studies is closed. 17 00:00:33,401 --> 00:00:35,536 Don't make this about you and me. 18 00:00:35,536 --> 00:00:37,671 As you like to say, there is no you and me. 19 00:00:37,671 --> 00:00:39,340 What the fuck are you doing at Stansfield? 20 00:00:39,340 --> 00:00:41,175 I go here; everyone in my family goes here. 21 00:00:41,175 --> 00:00:42,576 Your family built the auditorium? 22 00:00:42,576 --> 00:00:43,577 And the swimming pool. 23 00:00:43,577 --> 00:00:44,712 [Tariq] What's this party for? 24 00:00:44,712 --> 00:00:46,113 [Zeke] My family congratulating me 25 00:00:46,113 --> 00:00:47,381 on Stansfield. 26 00:00:47,381 --> 00:00:48,482 I know you're gonna help me stay here, 27 00:00:48,482 --> 00:00:49,617 so they wanted to meet you. 28 00:00:49,617 --> 00:00:51,185 Tariq, this is my cousin Dru. 29 00:00:51,185 --> 00:00:52,186 [Tariq] Yo, what up, bro? 30 00:00:52,186 --> 00:00:53,754 My cousin Diana Tejada. 31 00:00:53,754 --> 00:00:55,122 This is my boy Tariq. 32 00:00:55,122 --> 00:00:56,390 Hey. 33 00:00:56,390 --> 00:00:58,392 Yeah, that's my brother Cane. 34 00:00:58,392 --> 00:00:59,560 There goes the party. 35 00:00:59,560 --> 00:01:01,529 What the fuck is going on out here? 36 00:01:01,529 --> 00:01:02,663 [woman] Damn, that's Monet. 37 00:01:02,663 --> 00:01:03,764 Get the fuck out of here, man. 38 00:01:03,764 --> 00:01:05,166 [dramatic music plays] 39 00:01:05,166 --> 00:01:07,468 He'll be back. You know what to do. 40 00:01:07,468 --> 00:01:09,336 [gunshots] 41 00:01:09,336 --> 00:01:12,339 ♪ ♪ 42 00:01:15,176 --> 00:01:18,179 What I need is for you to concentrate on school. 43 00:01:18,179 --> 00:01:20,347 If you take care of yourself, you'll take care of all of us. 44 00:01:20,347 --> 00:01:22,249 I owe your mother, so I'll help you out, 45 00:01:22,249 --> 00:01:24,218 but you gotta find your own products. 46 00:01:25,653 --> 00:01:28,189 -We official now? -Yes. 47 00:01:28,189 --> 00:01:30,191 And we'd like you to charge Tasha St. Patrick 48 00:01:30,191 --> 00:01:32,126 under the Kingpin Statute. 49 00:01:32,126 --> 00:01:34,428 Well, Queenpin in this case, I guess. 50 00:01:35,362 --> 00:01:37,398 Deal, but Tasha has to name the shooter. 51 00:01:37,398 --> 00:01:39,166 If she does that and I can confirm it, 52 00:01:39,166 --> 00:01:40,234 I can get her out. 53 00:01:40,234 --> 00:01:41,235 I saw your son before I got here. 54 00:01:41,235 --> 00:01:42,436 Well, what did he say? 55 00:01:42,436 --> 00:01:43,804 He said he knew that you were afraid 56 00:01:43,804 --> 00:01:46,240 to say the name of the person who shot your husband. 57 00:01:46,240 --> 00:01:48,676 He said if you love him, you need to tell the truth. 58 00:01:48,676 --> 00:01:52,112 The man who killed James St. Patrick 59 00:01:52,112 --> 00:01:53,514 is Tommy Egan. 60 00:01:53,514 --> 00:01:55,716 Why on earth would Tommy Egan have killed your husband? 61 00:01:55,716 --> 00:01:58,352 -Because I asked him to. -Your Honor, I object. 62 00:01:58,352 --> 00:01:59,687 -[Galanti] Overruled. -Queenpin. 63 00:01:59,687 --> 00:02:00,754 You're under arrest for the murder 64 00:02:00,754 --> 00:02:02,156 of James St. Patrick 65 00:02:02,156 --> 00:02:03,824 under the federal Kingpin Statute. 66 00:02:03,824 --> 00:02:05,192 -[Tariq] Ma! -Kingpin? What the... 67 00:02:05,192 --> 00:02:06,594 We're gonna fight this together! 68 00:02:06,594 --> 00:02:07,895 Kingpin Statute? 69 00:02:07,895 --> 00:02:09,663 You're gonna give her the needle? 70 00:02:09,663 --> 00:02:12,867 You and I both know this is not a federal case. 71 00:02:12,867 --> 00:02:14,568 It is now. 72 00:02:14,568 --> 00:02:19,373 [Joe] ♪ They say this is A big, rich town ♪ 73 00:02:19,373 --> 00:02:23,277 ♪ I just come From the poorest part ♪ 74 00:02:23,277 --> 00:02:24,712 ♪ Bright lights, city life ♪ 75 00:02:24,712 --> 00:02:29,650 ♪ I gotta make it This is where it goes down ♪ 76 00:02:29,650 --> 00:02:33,654 ♪ I just happen To come up hard ♪ 77 00:02:33,654 --> 00:02:35,623 ♪ Legal or illegal, baby I gotta make it ♪ 78 00:02:35,623 --> 00:02:37,758 [50 Cent] ♪ I never took A straight path nowhere ♪ 79 00:02:37,758 --> 00:02:39,927 ♪ Life's full of twists And turns, bumps and bruises ♪ 80 00:02:39,927 --> 00:02:41,729 ♪ I live, I learn ♪ 81 00:02:41,729 --> 00:02:44,298 ♪ I'm from that city full of Yellow cabs and skyscrapers ♪ 82 00:02:44,298 --> 00:02:46,567 ♪ It's hard to get a start In these parts without paper ♪ 83 00:02:46,567 --> 00:02:49,303 ♪ Homey, I grew up in hell A block away from heaven ♪ 84 00:02:49,303 --> 00:02:52,273 ♪ That corner every 15 minutes They moving seven ♪ 85 00:02:52,273 --> 00:02:54,575 ♪ Pure snow, bag it Then watch it go ♪ 86 00:02:54,575 --> 00:02:57,211 ♪ Occupational options Get some blow or some hos ♪ 87 00:02:57,211 --> 00:02:59,713 ♪ Shoot the ball or the strap Learn to rap or to jack ♪ 88 00:02:59,713 --> 00:03:00,948 ♪ Fuck it, man In the meantime ♪ 89 00:03:00,948 --> 00:03:02,650 ♪ Go head and pump a pack ♪ 90 00:03:02,650 --> 00:03:04,919 ♪ This my regal, royal flow My James Bond bounce ♪ 91 00:03:04,919 --> 00:03:07,555 ♪ That 007 That's 62 on my count ♪ 92 00:03:07,555 --> 00:03:10,190 ♪ I'm an undercover liar I lie under the covers ♪ 93 00:03:10,190 --> 00:03:11,458 ♪ Look a bitch in the eyes ♪ 94 00:03:11,458 --> 00:03:12,826 ♪ And tell her Baby, I love ya ♪ 95 00:03:12,826 --> 00:03:15,329 ♪ You're my inspiration You're my motivation ♪ 96 00:03:15,329 --> 00:03:17,331 ♪ You're the reason that I'm Moving with no hesitation ♪ 97 00:03:17,331 --> 00:03:20,401 [Joe] ♪ They say this is A big, rich town ♪ 98 00:03:20,401 --> 00:03:25,773 ♪ Yeah, I just come From the poorest part ♪ 99 00:03:25,773 --> 00:03:27,408 ♪ Bright lights, city life ♪ 100 00:03:27,408 --> 00:03:30,344 ♪ I gotta make it This is where it goes down ♪ 101 00:03:30,344 --> 00:03:32,479 ♪ Oh, yeah, yeah ♪ 102 00:03:32,479 --> 00:03:36,383 ♪ I just happen To come up hard ♪ 103 00:03:36,383 --> 00:03:38,886 ♪ Legal or illegal, baby I gotta make it ♪ 104 00:03:38,886 --> 00:03:41,889 ♪ ♪ 105 00:03:46,660 --> 00:03:48,829 [gate buzzes] 106 00:03:48,829 --> 00:03:51,832 [tense music plays] 107 00:03:51,832 --> 00:03:54,835 ♪ ♪ 108 00:03:56,370 --> 00:03:57,838 [door clicks open] 109 00:03:57,838 --> 00:03:59,707 [Tasha] Where have you been? 110 00:03:59,707 --> 00:04:00,908 Who are you? 111 00:04:00,908 --> 00:04:02,543 Tasha, I'm Paula Matarazzo, 112 00:04:02,543 --> 00:04:03,644 Mr. MacLean's investigator. 113 00:04:03,644 --> 00:04:05,779 I'll also be working on your case. 114 00:04:05,779 --> 00:04:07,314 Whatever you say to me is protected 115 00:04:07,314 --> 00:04:08,582 by the same privilege. 116 00:04:08,582 --> 00:04:09,984 Well, can I afford you? 117 00:04:09,984 --> 00:04:11,719 At the moment, 118 00:04:11,719 --> 00:04:13,954 you can't afford me, Ms. Green. 119 00:04:13,954 --> 00:04:15,522 When can I expect a payment? 120 00:04:15,522 --> 00:04:17,524 And will payments always be coming through your son... 121 00:04:17,524 --> 00:04:18,892 in cash? 122 00:04:18,892 --> 00:04:22,029 Oh, I-I figured Simon Stern was paying you. 123 00:04:24,965 --> 00:04:27,368 [sighs] Okay. 124 00:04:27,368 --> 00:04:30,404 Look, I promise I'll get you the money. 125 00:04:30,404 --> 00:04:32,640 But what I want to know is what happened in court 126 00:04:32,640 --> 00:04:34,508 and why suddenly, they think I was running 127 00:04:34,508 --> 00:04:35,909 Ghost and Tommy's organization. 128 00:04:35,909 --> 00:04:37,444 [Paula] So your husband was Ghost? 129 00:04:38,012 --> 00:04:39,313 Feds could never prove that. 130 00:04:40,280 --> 00:04:42,716 Yes, my husband, James St. Patrick, 131 00:04:42,716 --> 00:04:44,985 was Ghost, a criminal kingpin 132 00:04:44,985 --> 00:04:46,587 drug-dealing, murdering motherfucker. 133 00:04:46,587 --> 00:04:47,788 Tommy too. 134 00:04:47,788 --> 00:04:49,623 And you had nothing to do with their business? 135 00:04:49,623 --> 00:04:52,459 I don't see why their business is part of this at all. 136 00:04:52,459 --> 00:04:55,462 When you told me Tommy Egan helped you kill your husband, 137 00:04:55,462 --> 00:04:56,897 I thought you got a lifelong friend 138 00:04:56,897 --> 00:04:59,033 to help you with a domestic dispute. 139 00:04:59,033 --> 00:05:01,502 Egan had only been charged with a handful of small crimes, 140 00:05:01,502 --> 00:05:03,604 only one major charge that was dropped. 141 00:05:03,604 --> 00:05:06,006 There was no reason to doubt your story 142 00:05:06,006 --> 00:05:08,809 because you didn't give me the full story. 143 00:05:08,809 --> 00:05:11,612 I didn't know Egan's history with the Feds or yours. 144 00:05:11,612 --> 00:05:13,881 I know. I'm sorry. 145 00:05:13,881 --> 00:05:16,016 But I-I just didn't think it mattered. 146 00:05:16,016 --> 00:05:18,686 [scoffs] That's great. 147 00:05:18,686 --> 00:05:20,888 Because it's the only thing that matters now. 148 00:05:20,888 --> 00:05:23,023 Your statement in court gave Saxe the ammunition 149 00:05:23,023 --> 00:05:24,825 to charge you as the queenpin. 150 00:05:24,825 --> 00:05:27,861 Tasha, I need your word. 151 00:05:27,861 --> 00:05:29,463 Are you telling me the whole truth 152 00:05:29,463 --> 00:05:31,799 about why you asked Egan to help you kill James? 153 00:05:32,700 --> 00:05:33,701 Yes. 154 00:05:34,702 --> 00:05:36,970 It had nothing to do with their drug business. 155 00:05:36,970 --> 00:05:38,472 And you? 156 00:05:38,472 --> 00:05:39,773 Did you have anything to do with their drug business? 157 00:05:39,773 --> 00:05:41,709 I'm asking again since you didn't answer me before. 158 00:05:41,709 --> 00:05:43,977 I said nothing. 159 00:05:43,977 --> 00:05:45,446 And if the Feds find Tommy Egan, 160 00:05:45,446 --> 00:05:46,613 he'll back up your story? 161 00:05:46,613 --> 00:05:48,515 Your name is on a lot of paperwork 162 00:05:48,515 --> 00:05:50,384 having to do with the clubs, Ms. Green: 163 00:05:50,384 --> 00:05:52,853 articles of incorporation, liquor licenses, 164 00:05:52,853 --> 00:05:54,688 accounting documents. 165 00:05:54,688 --> 00:05:56,657 You're saying you didn't help them clean the money 166 00:05:56,657 --> 00:05:57,891 they were making selling drugs? 167 00:05:57,891 --> 00:05:59,560 Okay, well, I may have set up a few accounts. 168 00:05:59,560 --> 00:06:00,994 -[Tasha] I-- -Shh. 169 00:06:00,994 --> 00:06:04,898 Tasha, let's pretend you're under oath. 170 00:06:04,898 --> 00:06:07,401 Ms. Green, 171 00:06:07,401 --> 00:06:09,069 were you the head of the St. Patrick-Egan 172 00:06:09,069 --> 00:06:10,404 criminal organization? 173 00:06:10,404 --> 00:06:12,473 -No. -Did you give orders? 174 00:06:12,473 --> 00:06:13,707 No! 175 00:06:13,707 --> 00:06:15,375 [Davis] Did you arrange murders or sell drugs? 176 00:06:15,375 --> 00:06:16,643 For James and Tommy? 177 00:06:16,643 --> 00:06:18,045 Why are you asking for clarification? 178 00:06:18,045 --> 00:06:20,647 [Davis] Did you sell drugs or arrange murders 179 00:06:20,647 --> 00:06:22,983 for your husband or for Thomas Patrick Egan? 180 00:06:22,983 --> 00:06:24,451 No. 181 00:06:24,451 --> 00:06:25,686 Then you're not the queenpin. 182 00:06:25,686 --> 00:06:27,154 And Saxe knows that. 183 00:06:27,154 --> 00:06:29,990 And yet he was ready with an arrest warrant. 184 00:06:29,990 --> 00:06:32,760 Something's going on here that we don't understand. 185 00:06:32,760 --> 00:06:34,428 They're charging too high. 186 00:06:34,428 --> 00:06:36,063 It's not about what they're charging. 187 00:06:37,030 --> 00:06:38,599 It's about why. 188 00:06:38,599 --> 00:06:41,602 ♪ ♪ 189 00:06:42,035 --> 00:06:45,072 ♪ Seems like every day now Is payday... ♪ 190 00:06:45,072 --> 00:06:46,874 [sucks teeth] Fuck. 191 00:06:46,874 --> 00:06:49,877 [rap music continues playing] 192 00:06:49,877 --> 00:06:52,880 ♪ ♪ 193 00:06:53,547 --> 00:06:55,783 Yo, my nigga, how you got all this fly-ass gear? 194 00:06:55,783 --> 00:06:57,885 I thought college players can't make money from ball. 195 00:06:57,885 --> 00:06:58,986 My Auntie Monet takes care of me 196 00:06:58,986 --> 00:07:00,187 so I can focus on the court. 197 00:07:00,187 --> 00:07:02,189 I'm actually headed back out there tonight. 198 00:07:02,189 --> 00:07:04,491 She got something for me to pick up. 199 00:07:04,491 --> 00:07:06,493 So you can have the room to yourself, you know, 200 00:07:06,493 --> 00:07:08,428 if you want to bring a girl home. 201 00:07:08,428 --> 00:07:09,930 -[laughs] -[Zeke] Hey, I'm just saying. 202 00:07:09,930 --> 00:07:11,665 Nah, you think I could pull up for dinner later, though? 203 00:07:11,665 --> 00:07:13,967 Damn, you sick of the dining hall already? 204 00:07:13,967 --> 00:07:15,803 That shit is wack, bro. 205 00:07:15,803 --> 00:07:19,606 Shit, I'll ask her, you know, see if it's cool. 206 00:07:19,606 --> 00:07:21,708 I gotta go meet Professor Milgram later. 207 00:07:21,708 --> 00:07:24,077 Whoo, bitch is fine as a motherfucker. 208 00:07:24,077 --> 00:07:25,979 Yo, you got that Moby-Dick shit? 209 00:07:25,979 --> 00:07:27,848 You crazy, man. Yeah, I do. 210 00:07:27,848 --> 00:07:29,016 Yo, make sure you read this shit. 211 00:07:29,016 --> 00:07:30,117 She be asking questions. 212 00:07:30,117 --> 00:07:31,518 You don't want to blow our shit up. 213 00:07:31,518 --> 00:07:33,086 Yeah, I'll read it. 214 00:07:33,086 --> 00:07:35,122 Man, I'm for real. Like, really read it, bro. 215 00:07:35,889 --> 00:07:37,124 I got you. 216 00:07:38,525 --> 00:07:39,860 And don't forget to call your auntie too. 217 00:07:39,860 --> 00:07:42,162 -[Zeke] I got you! -[laughs] 218 00:07:42,162 --> 00:07:43,697 ♪ ♪ 219 00:07:45,032 --> 00:07:46,533 [Jabari] Yes, Ashley. 220 00:07:46,533 --> 00:07:48,602 [Ashley] Herbert took Pip under his wing 221 00:07:48,602 --> 00:07:49,937 and taught him how to be a gentleman. 222 00:07:49,937 --> 00:07:51,939 But then Uncle Pumblechook was out there 223 00:07:51,939 --> 00:07:53,874 trying to take all the credit for Pip's success, 224 00:07:53,874 --> 00:07:55,242 and he ain't have nothing to do with it, 225 00:07:55,242 --> 00:07:57,244 just like a motherfucking white man. 226 00:07:57,244 --> 00:08:00,514 I wish a nigga would with his stupid-ass name. 227 00:08:01,048 --> 00:08:02,482 Um... 228 00:08:02,482 --> 00:08:03,617 Um, what? 229 00:08:03,617 --> 00:08:04,918 You got something in your throat? 230 00:08:04,918 --> 00:08:06,954 'Cause I know you ain't about to say something. 231 00:08:06,954 --> 00:08:08,789 -Never mind. -That's a big opinion 232 00:08:08,789 --> 00:08:11,058 from someone who doesn't have a real name. 233 00:08:11,058 --> 00:08:13,026 -Nope. -Excuse me? 234 00:08:13,026 --> 00:08:14,194 That's right. I don't got a real name. 235 00:08:14,194 --> 00:08:15,729 I got two. 236 00:08:15,729 --> 00:08:19,833 Bruce plus Shaundria, which equals BruShaundria. 237 00:08:19,833 --> 00:08:21,668 But the first rule of business is to mind 238 00:08:21,668 --> 00:08:23,704 your motherfucking own, Richard. 239 00:08:23,704 --> 00:08:26,206 Thank you for enlightening us, Miss Carmichael. 240 00:08:26,206 --> 00:08:29,776 Okay, class, this is Tariq St. Patrick. 241 00:08:29,776 --> 00:08:31,712 He's joining us a bit late, but he proves 242 00:08:31,712 --> 00:08:34,181 he deserves to be here, so don't go easy on him. 243 00:08:34,181 --> 00:08:35,515 [laughter] 244 00:08:35,515 --> 00:08:37,251 -Hi. -What's up? 245 00:08:37,251 --> 00:08:38,785 [Jabari] Tariq, 246 00:08:38,785 --> 00:08:41,188 what did you think of Great Expectations? 247 00:08:41,188 --> 00:08:43,257 Well, Dickens' choice to make every character 248 00:08:43,257 --> 00:08:45,626 do the wrong thing for the right reason 249 00:08:45,626 --> 00:08:47,027 and vice versa was very effective 250 00:08:47,027 --> 00:08:48,695 in highlighting the complexities 251 00:08:48,695 --> 00:08:49,897 between innocence and guilt. 252 00:08:49,897 --> 00:08:51,932 [Lauren] Well, how-how do you think 253 00:08:51,932 --> 00:08:54,101 that applies to Dickens himself, though, 254 00:08:54,101 --> 00:08:57,304 like his choice to change the ending of the book? 255 00:08:57,304 --> 00:08:59,306 Why do you think he changed it? 256 00:09:00,807 --> 00:09:02,576 Well, I... 257 00:09:02,576 --> 00:09:04,278 Didn't finish the book... 258 00:09:04,278 --> 00:09:05,946 again? 259 00:09:05,946 --> 00:09:08,615 We warned you this course was rigorous, Tariq. 260 00:09:08,615 --> 00:09:10,017 Now, if you can't keep up, 261 00:09:10,017 --> 00:09:13,020 Stansfield has a number of easier classes you can take. 262 00:09:13,020 --> 00:09:14,187 Bloop. 263 00:09:14,187 --> 00:09:15,923 Professor Reynolds got time today, y'all. 264 00:09:15,923 --> 00:09:17,591 [laughter] 265 00:09:17,591 --> 00:09:19,293 [Jabari] Does anyone else care to respond? 266 00:09:19,293 --> 00:09:20,661 I'm sorry. 267 00:09:20,661 --> 00:09:22,262 I didn't mean to blow you up like that. 268 00:09:22,262 --> 00:09:23,697 It's all right. It's not your fault. 269 00:09:23,697 --> 00:09:24,831 -It's mine. -[cell phone chimes] 270 00:09:24,831 --> 00:09:26,199 [Richard] He was pandering to his audience. 271 00:09:26,199 --> 00:09:28,302 [Jabari] Elaborate please, Richard. 272 00:09:28,302 --> 00:09:30,871 [Davis] They think your mom ran the drug business. 273 00:09:30,871 --> 00:09:33,106 My mother didn't do any of that. 274 00:09:33,106 --> 00:09:34,308 A'ight? My father did it. 275 00:09:34,308 --> 00:09:36,143 That was his business. He was the boss. 276 00:09:36,143 --> 00:09:37,778 Exactly what she said. 277 00:09:37,778 --> 00:09:38,979 That's the truth. 278 00:09:38,979 --> 00:09:40,080 What, you don't believe her? 279 00:09:40,080 --> 00:09:41,748 I don't know what to believe, Tariq. 280 00:09:41,748 --> 00:09:44,318 Your mother didn't tell me she had a history with the Feds. 281 00:09:44,318 --> 00:09:45,319 Neither did you. 282 00:09:45,319 --> 00:09:47,354 I didn't think it mattered. 283 00:09:47,354 --> 00:09:48,889 A'ight? That was a local case. 284 00:09:48,889 --> 00:09:50,324 -Right. -Now that Saxe and the Feds 285 00:09:50,324 --> 00:09:51,792 are involved, this is personal. 286 00:09:51,792 --> 00:09:53,226 Okay, what motivation would Saxe have 287 00:09:53,226 --> 00:09:54,227 to target your mother? 288 00:09:54,227 --> 00:09:55,829 I honestly don't know. 289 00:09:55,829 --> 00:09:58,198 Right. All right. 290 00:09:58,198 --> 00:10:00,133 I'm going to work the political angle, Tariq, 291 00:10:00,133 --> 00:10:01,702 but until I can make this all go away, 292 00:10:01,702 --> 00:10:03,103 we have to assume that your mother 293 00:10:03,103 --> 00:10:04,304 is going to face a jury, 294 00:10:04,304 --> 00:10:06,106 which means we need the jury pool to know 295 00:10:06,106 --> 00:10:09,910 exactly how dangerous and violent your father was. 296 00:10:09,910 --> 00:10:11,678 Hey! 297 00:10:11,678 --> 00:10:14,281 We need you to deliver his eulogy tomorrow 298 00:10:14,281 --> 00:10:17,017 and blow his ass up. 299 00:10:17,884 --> 00:10:20,020 With him right there in the ground? 300 00:10:20,020 --> 00:10:22,656 It's his legacy or your mom's life, kid. 301 00:10:23,690 --> 00:10:25,826 Get some balls. 302 00:10:25,826 --> 00:10:28,228 [uneasy music plays] 303 00:10:28,228 --> 00:10:30,330 [Brayden] Dude! Where you been? 304 00:10:30,330 --> 00:10:32,099 You haven't been responding to any of my texts. 305 00:10:32,099 --> 00:10:33,400 I been busy, bro. 306 00:10:33,400 --> 00:10:34,868 Your father's funeral's tomorrow, right? 307 00:10:34,868 --> 00:10:36,003 Do you want me to, like, come? 308 00:10:36,003 --> 00:10:37,304 Fuck no. 309 00:10:37,304 --> 00:10:38,739 I mean, thanks, though. 310 00:10:38,739 --> 00:10:40,974 It's all good. Hey, you need a hug? 311 00:10:40,974 --> 00:10:43,076 Come on, bring it in. 312 00:10:44,144 --> 00:10:45,779 No? Okay, cool. 313 00:10:45,779 --> 00:10:47,214 -Cool, cool, cool, cool. -I'm heading this way-- 314 00:10:47,214 --> 00:10:48,949 Dude, how much fun was that strip club the other night? 315 00:10:48,949 --> 00:10:50,851 I mean, I think I gave Cabernay my Venmo password, 316 00:10:50,851 --> 00:10:52,819 but honestly, it was fucking worth it! 317 00:10:52,819 --> 00:10:54,154 What? Bro, you're fucking crazy. 318 00:10:54,154 --> 00:10:56,089 I saw you macking on that other chick too, man. 319 00:10:56,089 --> 00:10:58,258 She was fucking feeling you, dog. 320 00:10:58,258 --> 00:10:59,426 I know. 321 00:10:59,426 --> 00:11:00,727 She moving weight for you? 322 00:11:00,727 --> 00:11:01,928 What? Fuck no. 323 00:11:01,928 --> 00:11:04,297 Dude, it's cool. I just... 324 00:11:04,297 --> 00:11:05,799 I want to get back in. 325 00:11:05,799 --> 00:11:08,368 We were fucking balling out at Choate. 326 00:11:08,368 --> 00:11:10,871 Well, there's nothing to get back in on, all right? 327 00:11:10,871 --> 00:11:12,172 Yeah, right. 328 00:11:12,172 --> 00:11:13,907 Whatever you got going on, 329 00:11:13,907 --> 00:11:15,242 you can't do it by yourself. 330 00:11:15,242 --> 00:11:16,410 I can help. 331 00:11:17,377 --> 00:11:18,845 [sighs] But hey, uh, 332 00:11:18,845 --> 00:11:20,147 my brother's having a party tonight at his frat 333 00:11:20,147 --> 00:11:21,448 if you want to hit that. 334 00:11:21,448 --> 00:11:23,784 I mean, he's a fucking dick, but what else is new? 335 00:11:23,784 --> 00:11:25,352 If you don't fuck with him, then why would you go? 336 00:11:25,352 --> 00:11:28,188 Um, pussy? Why does anyone go anywhere? 337 00:11:28,188 --> 00:11:29,923 -[cell phone buzzes] -You're right. 338 00:11:29,923 --> 00:11:31,324 [Brayden laughs] 339 00:11:31,992 --> 00:11:33,026 [cell phone buzzes] 340 00:11:33,026 --> 00:11:34,294 Damn, bro. I can't go, though. 341 00:11:34,294 --> 00:11:35,829 I got plans tonight. 342 00:11:35,829 --> 00:11:37,064 My fault. 343 00:11:38,198 --> 00:11:40,700 What plans are better than pussy? 344 00:11:41,201 --> 00:11:44,037 ♪ Some days I wish I could stay... ♪ 345 00:11:44,037 --> 00:11:45,739 That ain't none of your business. 346 00:11:45,739 --> 00:11:47,908 [smooth R&B music plays] 347 00:11:47,908 --> 00:11:50,210 How can you stay with a guy who's inside for life? 348 00:11:51,745 --> 00:11:52,946 Don't you want to be with someone 349 00:11:52,946 --> 00:11:54,014 who can give you more? 350 00:11:54,014 --> 00:11:57,384 Someone like who, you? 351 00:11:57,384 --> 00:11:59,319 [Ramirez scoffs] What? 352 00:11:59,319 --> 00:12:02,989 You're saying you don't... you don't feel a connection? 353 00:12:02,989 --> 00:12:04,791 Shit, I need more than connection. 354 00:12:06,059 --> 00:12:08,428 You know what Lorenzo's name get me in these streets? 355 00:12:08,428 --> 00:12:09,996 Protection. 356 00:12:11,131 --> 00:12:13,333 Ain't no connection gonna offer me that. 357 00:12:13,333 --> 00:12:15,802 [melancholy music plays] 358 00:12:15,802 --> 00:12:18,071 Shit. You gotta go. 359 00:12:18,071 --> 00:12:20,373 Kids can't see you, especially Cane. 360 00:12:20,373 --> 00:12:23,376 ♪ ♪ 361 00:12:28,281 --> 00:12:29,516 [Ramirez] All right. 362 00:12:29,516 --> 00:12:31,485 I guess I should get back to the precinct. 363 00:12:31,485 --> 00:12:34,488 ♪ ♪ 364 00:12:36,523 --> 00:12:40,861 I was really impressed with your paper, Zeke. 365 00:12:40,861 --> 00:12:42,095 What was it you said about the combination 366 00:12:42,095 --> 00:12:44,898 of horror, suspense, and supernatural forces? 367 00:12:44,898 --> 00:12:47,200 Yeah, you know, all those elements 368 00:12:47,200 --> 00:12:49,536 of Gothic literature 369 00:12:49,536 --> 00:12:52,939 are just really, like, combined. 370 00:12:54,841 --> 00:12:56,009 It's weird you're a professor, you know, 371 00:12:56,009 --> 00:12:59,112 'cause you... you looking mad young. 372 00:12:59,112 --> 00:13:01,481 I see you got a biology test coming up. 373 00:13:01,481 --> 00:13:04,351 You had a chance to go over the material with Tariq? 374 00:13:04,351 --> 00:13:06,786 -He's tutoring you, right? -Tariq's great. 375 00:13:06,786 --> 00:13:10,056 He's just going through a lot of family stuff right now. 376 00:13:10,056 --> 00:13:13,994 I think his-his dad's funeral is, uh, tomorrow. 377 00:13:13,994 --> 00:13:15,529 Oh, God. Tomorrow. 378 00:13:17,230 --> 00:13:18,465 How's he doing? 379 00:13:18,465 --> 00:13:20,400 Oh, we don't-we don't really talk like that. 380 00:13:20,400 --> 00:13:22,202 Uh... 381 00:13:22,202 --> 00:13:24,171 tell me about you. 382 00:13:24,171 --> 00:13:25,805 Where are you from? 383 00:13:25,805 --> 00:13:27,107 Are you going to the funeral? 384 00:13:27,107 --> 00:13:28,341 No, I ain't thinking about that. 385 00:13:28,341 --> 00:13:30,343 Uh, I-I got practice. 386 00:13:30,343 --> 00:13:32,879 I'm-I'm actually from the South myself, 387 00:13:32,879 --> 00:13:36,416 uh, but I went to high school in Queens. 388 00:13:36,416 --> 00:13:38,552 I bet no students can go, now that I think of it. 389 00:13:40,453 --> 00:13:44,224 Um, right, well, okay. 390 00:13:44,224 --> 00:13:45,859 Um, keep up the good work, 391 00:13:45,859 --> 00:13:47,494 and you'll be off academic probation 392 00:13:47,494 --> 00:13:49,963 and back on the court in no time. 393 00:13:49,963 --> 00:13:52,232 Okay, girl. Well, I guess I'll... 394 00:13:52,232 --> 00:13:54,968 see you after that biology test, right? 395 00:13:54,968 --> 00:13:56,403 [Carrie] Mm-hmm. 396 00:13:56,403 --> 00:13:59,406 [tense music plays] 397 00:13:59,406 --> 00:14:02,409 ♪ ♪ 398 00:14:05,178 --> 00:14:07,280 [Stern] You sure you don't want something, Tariq? 399 00:14:10,350 --> 00:14:12,085 Mmm, delightful. 400 00:14:12,085 --> 00:14:13,286 When I was a student, all we had 401 00:14:13,286 --> 00:14:15,855 was Folgers and cocaine. 402 00:14:15,855 --> 00:14:17,257 What are we here to talk about? 403 00:14:17,257 --> 00:14:19,025 Just like your father, 404 00:14:19,025 --> 00:14:21,027 always eager to get right down to business. 405 00:14:21,027 --> 00:14:22,295 I'm nothing like my father. 406 00:14:22,295 --> 00:14:23,430 [Stern] Fine, fine. 407 00:14:24,464 --> 00:14:28,134 I got a distressing call from Davis MacLean today. 408 00:14:28,134 --> 00:14:30,136 He wants me to speak bad about my father at the funeral. 409 00:14:30,136 --> 00:14:32,038 Yes, I gleaned that from his tone, 410 00:14:32,038 --> 00:14:35,075 and I have to say, I think it's a terrible idea. 411 00:14:35,075 --> 00:14:38,011 Oh, I remember reading Great Expectations 412 00:14:38,011 --> 00:14:41,047 back in my Stansfield days. 413 00:14:41,047 --> 00:14:42,882 Classic tale about one's moral code 414 00:14:42,882 --> 00:14:44,985 being more important than ambition, 415 00:14:44,985 --> 00:14:46,886 and that's why it's a story for poor people. 416 00:14:48,421 --> 00:14:49,656 The thing about your father, Tariq, 417 00:14:49,656 --> 00:14:50,991 is that he could never accept 418 00:14:50,991 --> 00:14:53,426 that his ambition was his moral code. 419 00:14:53,426 --> 00:14:55,629 He thought they were two separate things, 420 00:14:55,629 --> 00:14:58,298 so he was always at war with himself. 421 00:14:58,298 --> 00:15:01,067 I never thought of it that way. 422 00:15:01,067 --> 00:15:02,435 I never thought of him that way. 423 00:15:02,435 --> 00:15:04,638 Splendid. But that's not all. 424 00:15:04,638 --> 00:15:08,174 Your father's image is in need of a little... zhoosh, 425 00:15:08,174 --> 00:15:11,311 and his funeral is a wonderful opportunity. 426 00:15:11,311 --> 00:15:14,147 Now, you know I'm happy to pay for a send-off 427 00:15:14,147 --> 00:15:16,182 worthy of our dearly departed, 428 00:15:16,182 --> 00:15:18,251 but the real showstopper 429 00:15:18,251 --> 00:15:21,621 would be a glowing eulogy from his only son. 430 00:15:23,089 --> 00:15:25,058 Well, MacLean wants me to trash my father 431 00:15:25,058 --> 00:15:26,359 to help my mother. 432 00:15:26,359 --> 00:15:28,261 You know, I have to do anything to help my mother. 433 00:15:28,261 --> 00:15:29,629 See? Just like James. 434 00:15:29,629 --> 00:15:31,197 He was great at looking ahead, 435 00:15:31,197 --> 00:15:33,366 but he could never see from above. 436 00:15:33,366 --> 00:15:35,935 I know you care about your mother. 437 00:15:35,935 --> 00:15:38,972 I do too, of course. 438 00:15:38,972 --> 00:15:41,474 But you and I are business partners now, Tariq, 439 00:15:41,474 --> 00:15:43,677 and the first thing you always have to ask in business 440 00:15:43,677 --> 00:15:46,646 is, "How does this benefit me?" 441 00:15:46,646 --> 00:15:48,581 James' flailing reputation 442 00:15:48,581 --> 00:15:50,450 will be bad for our ventures 443 00:15:50,450 --> 00:15:53,253 and for his estate as a whole. 444 00:15:53,253 --> 00:15:55,989 I'll be fine either way, of course, 445 00:15:55,989 --> 00:15:59,359 but that could be financially devastating 446 00:15:59,359 --> 00:16:01,394 to you and your family. 447 00:16:01,394 --> 00:16:04,397 [dramatic music plays] 448 00:16:05,332 --> 00:16:07,434 [Davis] Both Tariq and Tasha say her husband was the boss 449 00:16:07,434 --> 00:16:09,002 and that Cooper Saxe knows it. 450 00:16:09,002 --> 00:16:11,371 That woman is a liar, Davis, and her son is too. 451 00:16:11,371 --> 00:16:13,440 We should walk away from this case right now. 452 00:16:13,440 --> 00:16:16,276 I mean, you did the research on St. Patrick and Egan. 453 00:16:16,276 --> 00:16:18,244 Do you really believe she was the boss? 454 00:16:18,244 --> 00:16:20,146 No matter what you say, 455 00:16:20,146 --> 00:16:21,715 no matter what you want to happen, 456 00:16:21,715 --> 00:16:23,483 Tasha St. Patrick was not the leader 457 00:16:23,483 --> 00:16:24,617 of this organization. 458 00:16:24,617 --> 00:16:26,086 -Prove that. -[Saxe] What? 459 00:16:26,086 --> 00:16:27,153 That she wasn't. 460 00:16:27,153 --> 00:16:29,189 You can't prove a negative. 461 00:16:29,189 --> 00:16:30,357 [both] Exactly. 462 00:16:30,357 --> 00:16:32,392 That means Davis MacLean can't prove that either. 463 00:16:32,392 --> 00:16:34,094 Look, all you have to do is lay out the crimes 464 00:16:34,094 --> 00:16:37,263 we know the St. Patrick-Egan organization committed, 465 00:16:37,263 --> 00:16:39,366 and now that she said live in court 466 00:16:39,366 --> 00:16:41,568 that she had the power to tell Egan what to do, 467 00:16:41,568 --> 00:16:43,370 we wrap all of it up. 468 00:16:43,370 --> 00:16:44,604 I mean, Egan may have sold the drugs 469 00:16:44,604 --> 00:16:46,072 and pulled the triggers... 470 00:16:46,072 --> 00:16:47,340 But she called the shots. 471 00:16:47,340 --> 00:16:49,008 There's no way Tasha ordered all of this. 472 00:16:49,008 --> 00:16:50,310 She was raising three kids. 473 00:16:50,310 --> 00:16:52,212 If anything, she was being a mother. 474 00:16:52,212 --> 00:16:53,646 You're gonna try to use the "mom of the year" defense 475 00:16:53,646 --> 00:16:55,482 on the wife of a drug trafficker? 476 00:16:55,482 --> 00:16:58,118 Excuse me, a woman under siege, 477 00:16:58,118 --> 00:17:00,120 racing to save her family 478 00:17:00,120 --> 00:17:02,355 as a tide of corruption and criminality 479 00:17:02,355 --> 00:17:03,590 threatened to sweep her under. 480 00:17:03,590 --> 00:17:05,291 You are not gonna try to argue 481 00:17:05,291 --> 00:17:06,760 that she didn't know this was going on. 482 00:17:06,760 --> 00:17:09,596 This is millions of dollars in narcotics. 483 00:17:09,596 --> 00:17:10,797 You're saying she never asked her husband 484 00:17:10,797 --> 00:17:12,198 where the money came from? 485 00:17:12,198 --> 00:17:13,366 Her name's on the checks. 486 00:17:13,366 --> 00:17:16,503 I'm saying it doesn't matter what she knew. 487 00:17:16,503 --> 00:17:19,439 It matters that Cooper Saxe knows she's not the boss. 488 00:17:19,439 --> 00:17:21,274 You want me to take every crime 489 00:17:21,274 --> 00:17:23,243 that St. Patrick and Tommy Egan committed-- 490 00:17:23,243 --> 00:17:24,244 Allegedly committed. 491 00:17:24,244 --> 00:17:26,513 John, we know St. Patrick 492 00:17:26,513 --> 00:17:27,580 was Ghost. 493 00:17:27,580 --> 00:17:29,349 We know he's the kingpin! 494 00:17:29,349 --> 00:17:32,318 -We know? -What did you prove in court? 495 00:17:32,318 --> 00:17:34,087 -Nothing. -[Ott] Right. 496 00:17:34,087 --> 00:17:36,523 And they can't prove it either, and from what I understand, 497 00:17:36,523 --> 00:17:38,291 Egan is conveniently in the wind, 498 00:17:38,291 --> 00:17:39,692 so who's gonna argue it? 499 00:17:39,692 --> 00:17:41,361 Tasha's not fully innocent. 500 00:17:41,361 --> 00:17:43,263 No, I didn't say that. 501 00:17:43,263 --> 00:17:44,431 It matters that this whole prosecution 502 00:17:44,431 --> 00:17:45,698 turned on Jenny Sullivan 503 00:17:45,698 --> 00:17:48,701 asking why Tommy Egan killed St. Patrick, 504 00:17:48,701 --> 00:17:50,570 on this trumped-up RICO charge that will sweep 505 00:17:50,570 --> 00:17:53,173 all of James St. Patrick's nefarious activity 506 00:17:53,173 --> 00:17:54,474 under the rug. 507 00:17:54,474 --> 00:17:57,210 Show the jury she's dirty, and they'll convict. 508 00:17:57,210 --> 00:18:00,180 Egan ain't here to blame, and her husband's dead. 509 00:18:00,180 --> 00:18:03,616 She's the last woman standing, so sorry, she gets the needle. 510 00:18:03,616 --> 00:18:05,318 -It's political. -[Davis] Yeah. 511 00:18:05,318 --> 00:18:07,854 And if we can prove Saxe had an agenda, 512 00:18:07,854 --> 00:18:10,490 maybe we can get the charges dropped altogether. 513 00:18:10,490 --> 00:18:12,425 Don't let us down, Saxe. 514 00:18:12,425 --> 00:18:13,793 I'll give you an unlimited budget, 515 00:18:13,793 --> 00:18:15,495 and you can hire whoever you want. 516 00:18:15,495 --> 00:18:17,564 Just land the fucking plane. 517 00:18:17,564 --> 00:18:20,433 ♪ ♪ 518 00:18:20,433 --> 00:18:21,701 Fuck. 519 00:18:21,701 --> 00:18:24,103 Shit, Stern makes a good point. 520 00:18:24,103 --> 00:18:26,206 I'll give him that. 521 00:18:26,206 --> 00:18:27,807 It's worth considering. 522 00:18:27,807 --> 00:18:30,610 I mean, maybe you should protect your father. 523 00:18:30,610 --> 00:18:33,313 I'm protecting you, okay? 524 00:18:33,313 --> 00:18:35,348 I don't care about Gho-- 525 00:18:35,348 --> 00:18:36,850 I don't care about Dad's money. 526 00:18:36,850 --> 00:18:38,485 All I care about is you getting out of here, 527 00:18:38,485 --> 00:18:40,386 and if MacLean thinks me saying something will help, then-- 528 00:18:40,386 --> 00:18:41,855 [Tasha] Wait a minute. Hold up. 529 00:18:41,855 --> 00:18:44,424 I can't believe MacLean came you to behind my back. 530 00:18:44,424 --> 00:18:45,792 I can. 531 00:18:45,792 --> 00:18:47,727 Ma, this is how you win. This is how you get out. 532 00:18:50,330 --> 00:18:52,232 'Riq, what do you want to do? 533 00:18:52,232 --> 00:18:54,767 Do you want to speak at the funeral? 534 00:18:54,767 --> 00:18:57,670 [somber music plays] 535 00:18:57,670 --> 00:19:00,273 Honestly, Ma, I don't know. 536 00:19:00,273 --> 00:19:03,343 I mean, what would I even say? 537 00:19:03,343 --> 00:19:05,144 What could I say? 538 00:19:05,144 --> 00:19:07,413 ♪ ♪ 539 00:19:07,413 --> 00:19:11,818 [sighs] Baby, your father... 540 00:19:11,818 --> 00:19:13,853 he was a complicated man. 541 00:19:15,221 --> 00:19:18,625 Maybe it's better that you not say anything at all. 542 00:19:18,625 --> 00:19:20,894 Reverend Macedon can give his blessing, 543 00:19:20,894 --> 00:19:22,729 and that'll be that. 544 00:19:22,729 --> 00:19:25,732 ♪ ♪ 545 00:19:25,732 --> 00:19:27,433 Yeah. 546 00:19:27,433 --> 00:19:29,836 ♪ ♪ 547 00:19:29,836 --> 00:19:31,304 Okay, good. It's settled, then. 548 00:19:31,304 --> 00:19:33,873 Um, I'll let Davis know. 549 00:19:33,873 --> 00:19:37,277 Speaking of Davis, you didn't... 550 00:19:37,277 --> 00:19:40,813 open up the day care again, did you, 'Riq, 551 00:19:40,813 --> 00:19:42,615 after I told you not to? 552 00:19:42,615 --> 00:19:43,783 Ma, no, of course not. 553 00:19:43,783 --> 00:19:46,286 Then how in the world did you get the m-- 554 00:19:46,286 --> 00:19:48,221 ♪ ♪ 555 00:19:48,221 --> 00:19:50,189 [clears throat] 556 00:19:50,189 --> 00:19:52,525 How are your classes going? 557 00:19:52,525 --> 00:19:54,227 Fine. 558 00:19:54,227 --> 00:19:55,828 We're reading a book called Great Expectations now. 559 00:19:55,828 --> 00:19:57,664 I know that one. Well, go ahead. 560 00:19:57,664 --> 00:19:59,232 Tell me about it. What's it about? 561 00:19:59,232 --> 00:20:01,200 Well, it's about this orphan named Pip. 562 00:20:01,200 --> 00:20:02,368 [knock at door] 563 00:20:02,368 --> 00:20:04,304 Ah. 564 00:20:04,304 --> 00:20:06,472 Strap on your cup, Special Agent Garza, 565 00:20:06,472 --> 00:20:08,474 'cause I'm calling you up to the big leagues. 566 00:20:13,546 --> 00:20:15,515 I need a lead investigator 567 00:20:15,515 --> 00:20:17,817 in the Tasha St. Patrick queenpin case, 568 00:20:17,817 --> 00:20:19,552 and you're my guy. 569 00:20:19,552 --> 00:20:21,688 Yeah, I'm gonna respectfully decline, Mr. Saxe. 570 00:20:21,688 --> 00:20:24,257 [scoffs] This-this is the biggest case 571 00:20:24,257 --> 00:20:26,359 of the decade: high-profile, 572 00:20:26,359 --> 00:20:28,728 drugs, murder, intrigue, justice. 573 00:20:28,728 --> 00:20:30,463 You got fired from this office 574 00:20:30,463 --> 00:20:32,231 a little less than two weeks ago. 575 00:20:32,231 --> 00:20:33,733 Two days after that, a judge 576 00:20:33,733 --> 00:20:35,568 signed a warrant for your arrest, 577 00:20:35,568 --> 00:20:39,572 and then somehow, you managed to get a promotion? 578 00:20:39,572 --> 00:20:42,408 Whatever you're up to has nothing to do with justice. 579 00:20:42,408 --> 00:20:44,911 Look, I know you're straight-edge, 580 00:20:44,911 --> 00:20:47,447 by the book, unimpeachable character, 581 00:20:47,447 --> 00:20:49,616 not a blemish in your record... 582 00:20:49,616 --> 00:20:50,817 the opposite of me. 583 00:20:50,817 --> 00:20:53,319 Donovan was my supervisor. 584 00:20:53,319 --> 00:20:55,755 He was as good as they come. 585 00:20:55,755 --> 00:20:57,523 What happened to him on your watch... 586 00:20:57,523 --> 00:20:59,325 you understand why I have to say no. 587 00:20:59,325 --> 00:21:00,727 Okay, listen. 588 00:21:01,761 --> 00:21:03,730 I think about Jerry every day, 589 00:21:03,730 --> 00:21:07,033 about his girls growing up without their father. 590 00:21:08,301 --> 00:21:11,037 I mean, his blood is on my hands, I know. 591 00:21:11,037 --> 00:21:14,273 Maybe I went too hard trying to put the bad guys in jail, 592 00:21:14,273 --> 00:21:15,642 and I have to live with that. 593 00:21:15,642 --> 00:21:18,011 But Tasha's defense attorney goes way too hard 594 00:21:18,011 --> 00:21:19,812 keeping criminals on the streets, 595 00:21:19,812 --> 00:21:22,048 and if I'm gonna take on Davis MacLean, 596 00:21:22,048 --> 00:21:24,384 I need someone I can trust. 597 00:21:24,384 --> 00:21:25,785 Ah, fuck. It's MacLean? 598 00:21:25,785 --> 00:21:27,654 I know he fucked up your chain of custody 599 00:21:27,654 --> 00:21:29,055 in the Perez murder. 600 00:21:29,055 --> 00:21:30,590 Took you months to buy that back, didn't it? 601 00:21:30,590 --> 00:21:32,625 Could've derailed your career. 602 00:21:33,860 --> 00:21:35,962 Work with me. 603 00:21:35,962 --> 00:21:38,031 I'll let you call the shots. 604 00:21:38,031 --> 00:21:40,433 Everything aboveboard. You have my word. 605 00:21:40,433 --> 00:21:42,802 By the book? 606 00:21:42,802 --> 00:21:45,638 By the book, I promise. 607 00:21:45,638 --> 00:21:48,641 [dramatic music plays] 608 00:21:49,409 --> 00:21:51,978 I hear you're a little behind. 609 00:21:53,312 --> 00:21:55,682 Professor Reynolds told you, right? 610 00:21:55,682 --> 00:21:57,750 It's like he has it out for me. 611 00:21:57,750 --> 00:21:58,918 I'll catch up, okay? 612 00:21:58,918 --> 00:22:01,788 Tariq, it's okay if you're struggling. 613 00:22:01,788 --> 00:22:03,956 You're going through a traumatic time right now. 614 00:22:03,956 --> 00:22:06,726 No one expects you to be perfect. 615 00:22:06,726 --> 00:22:08,061 Professor Reynolds does. 616 00:22:08,061 --> 00:22:10,763 Jabari isn't always great at seeing the bigger picture. 617 00:22:11,698 --> 00:22:14,100 But if you want to talk about anything, 618 00:22:14,100 --> 00:22:16,102 that's what I'm here for. 619 00:22:16,102 --> 00:22:18,604 I don't need to talk about anything. 620 00:22:18,604 --> 00:22:21,441 I just need to get my work done and get to class on time. 621 00:22:21,441 --> 00:22:23,476 Oh, Tariq. 622 00:22:23,476 --> 00:22:26,679 The pressure our culture puts on young men, 623 00:22:26,679 --> 00:22:29,782 specifically young black men, to suppress their feelings 624 00:22:29,782 --> 00:22:32,919 is incredibly toxic 625 00:22:32,919 --> 00:22:34,487 and dangerous. 626 00:22:35,688 --> 00:22:38,524 I mean, I'd love to provide you 627 00:22:38,524 --> 00:22:39,692 with a safe space 628 00:22:39,692 --> 00:22:42,795 where you can process anything, 629 00:22:42,795 --> 00:22:44,897 maybe even see your dad in a different light. 630 00:22:46,466 --> 00:22:47,700 [cell phone buzzes] 631 00:22:47,700 --> 00:22:50,703 [uneasy music plays] 632 00:22:50,703 --> 00:22:53,706 ♪ ♪ 633 00:22:53,706 --> 00:22:56,375 Professor Milgram, may I please be excused? 634 00:22:56,375 --> 00:22:58,611 -[soft footsteps] -[knock at door] 635 00:22:58,611 --> 00:23:01,781 I'm concerned about Tariq St. Patrick. 636 00:23:01,781 --> 00:23:02,915 Yeah, me too. 637 00:23:02,915 --> 00:23:03,983 We're already two books in, 638 00:23:03,983 --> 00:23:05,451 and he hasn't read either of them. 639 00:23:05,451 --> 00:23:07,520 You said he was motivated, but I don't see it. 640 00:23:07,520 --> 00:23:09,455 No, it's, um... 641 00:23:09,455 --> 00:23:11,891 it's his father's funeral tomorrow, 642 00:23:11,891 --> 00:23:13,960 and he's not processing his feelings at all. 643 00:23:13,960 --> 00:23:16,496 Well, he's a black man in America, Carrie. 644 00:23:16,496 --> 00:23:18,765 He doesn't have time to process his feelings. 645 00:23:18,765 --> 00:23:21,400 Well, I agree, so, um... 646 00:23:21,400 --> 00:23:23,469 some of the students and I are holding a vigil tonight 647 00:23:23,469 --> 00:23:24,771 for James St. Patrick. 648 00:23:24,771 --> 00:23:26,706 No, you're not. 649 00:23:28,040 --> 00:23:31,544 Yes, we are, in the quad. 650 00:23:31,544 --> 00:23:32,912 What the fuck, Carrie? 651 00:23:32,912 --> 00:23:34,180 The kid has enough heat on him as it is. 652 00:23:34,180 --> 00:23:36,048 Well, exactly. 653 00:23:36,048 --> 00:23:37,750 All the students know who he is. 654 00:23:37,750 --> 00:23:39,418 They're already talking about it. 655 00:23:39,418 --> 00:23:42,488 This is an opportunity for him to address it. 656 00:23:42,488 --> 00:23:43,756 This is a way for him to mourn, 657 00:23:43,756 --> 00:23:45,458 to know he's not alone at Stansfield. 658 00:23:45,458 --> 00:23:48,494 It's a safe space for him to talk. 659 00:23:48,494 --> 00:23:49,962 Okay, when you gonna get it? 660 00:23:49,962 --> 00:23:51,764 There's no such thing as a safe space 661 00:23:51,764 --> 00:23:53,432 for a kid like Tariq. 662 00:23:53,432 --> 00:23:54,801 Do you know what this is? 663 00:23:54,801 --> 00:23:57,136 This is another one of your weird bullshit power trips, 664 00:23:57,136 --> 00:23:59,672 a way for you to put his grief on display 665 00:23:59,672 --> 00:24:01,040 and project your pity onto him. 666 00:24:01,040 --> 00:24:03,009 And what is a kid like Tariq? 667 00:24:03,009 --> 00:24:05,011 Huh? You know how he feels? 668 00:24:05,011 --> 00:24:07,446 Did you even ask him what he wanted? 669 00:24:07,446 --> 00:24:08,481 He said he didn't want to talk. 670 00:24:08,481 --> 00:24:09,615 [Jabari] Exactly. 671 00:24:09,615 --> 00:24:11,050 You need to actually listen to people, 672 00:24:11,050 --> 00:24:12,652 because we are not always gonna conform 673 00:24:12,652 --> 00:24:13,920 to your expectations 674 00:24:13,920 --> 00:24:15,588 or whatever story you're trying to tell yourself. 675 00:24:15,588 --> 00:24:17,824 You mean like taking a person's life 676 00:24:17,824 --> 00:24:19,959 and publishing it for the world to see? 677 00:24:19,959 --> 00:24:21,093 You had no right. 678 00:24:21,093 --> 00:24:23,563 I know that, and I am sorry. 679 00:24:23,563 --> 00:24:25,064 Okay? But I cannot apologize 680 00:24:25,064 --> 00:24:26,866 enough to satisfy you. 681 00:24:26,866 --> 00:24:28,601 Did it ever occur to you 682 00:24:28,601 --> 00:24:31,070 that I felt alone without you, Carrie? 683 00:24:32,872 --> 00:24:36,776 We should just... keep this about Tariq. 684 00:24:36,776 --> 00:24:39,245 [somber music plays] 685 00:24:39,245 --> 00:24:40,947 ♪ ♪ 686 00:24:40,947 --> 00:24:42,215 Why'd you get me the job here 687 00:24:42,215 --> 00:24:43,749 if you didn't want this to happen? 688 00:24:43,749 --> 00:24:46,752 ♪ ♪ 689 00:24:56,929 --> 00:24:59,932 [BASECAMP's "Esc" playing] 690 00:24:59,932 --> 00:25:01,934 ♪ ♪ 691 00:25:01,934 --> 00:25:03,502 ♪ You stopped ♪ 692 00:25:03,502 --> 00:25:06,005 ♪ Dead in your tracks ♪ 693 00:25:06,005 --> 00:25:08,541 ♪ A ghost from the past ♪ 694 00:25:08,541 --> 00:25:11,577 ♪ Had come back to play... ♪ 695 00:25:11,577 --> 00:25:13,779 Is Oliver here? 696 00:25:13,779 --> 00:25:16,215 I don't care. Do you? 697 00:25:16,215 --> 00:25:18,017 ♪ A door standing red lit ♪ 698 00:25:18,017 --> 00:25:19,018 [objects clatter] 699 00:25:19,018 --> 00:25:21,787 ♪ You leave it to chance ♪ 700 00:25:21,787 --> 00:25:23,756 ♪ But you're worried 'Cause you'd rather go up ♪ 701 00:25:23,756 --> 00:25:27,293 ♪ Than down ♪ 702 00:25:27,293 --> 00:25:29,862 ♪ You never like To hear the sound ♪ 703 00:25:29,862 --> 00:25:32,932 ♪ She makes ♪ 704 00:25:32,932 --> 00:25:37,570 ♪ You'd rather go up Than down ♪ 705 00:25:37,570 --> 00:25:38,971 ♪ But she's still gonna give ♪ 706 00:25:38,971 --> 00:25:41,641 ♪ And you're still Gonna take it ♪ 707 00:25:41,641 --> 00:25:45,244 ♪ Yeah, you're still Gonna take it now ♪ 708 00:25:45,244 --> 00:25:46,545 [Carrie moans] 709 00:25:46,545 --> 00:25:47,680 ♪ It'll all be better ♪ 710 00:25:47,680 --> 00:25:49,649 ♪ When the clock runs out ♪ 711 00:25:49,649 --> 00:25:53,085 ♪ Say it till it's true Say it till it's true ♪ 712 00:25:53,085 --> 00:25:56,088 ♪ ♪ 713 00:25:56,088 --> 00:25:58,124 ♪ But I don't want to feel What I felt ♪ 714 00:25:58,124 --> 00:26:00,092 ♪ When I fell back down ♪ 715 00:26:00,092 --> 00:26:01,861 ♪ Nothing you could do... ♪ 716 00:26:01,861 --> 00:26:05,331 [Carrie] And then we had sex in his office. 717 00:26:05,331 --> 00:26:07,199 If you're gonna say that you 718 00:26:07,199 --> 00:26:09,001 thought it was gonna be different this time, 719 00:26:09,001 --> 00:26:10,937 I'm gonna throw myself into traffic. 720 00:26:10,937 --> 00:26:12,705 No. God, no. I-- 721 00:26:12,705 --> 00:26:15,041 Carrie, we talked about this. 722 00:26:15,041 --> 00:26:17,109 I mean, what did you think was gonna happen 723 00:26:17,109 --> 00:26:19,111 when you helped him get the job? 724 00:26:19,111 --> 00:26:21,013 I don't know. 725 00:26:21,013 --> 00:26:22,848 I... 726 00:26:22,848 --> 00:26:25,985 I mean, I-I-I didn't expect him to be in my department. 727 00:26:25,985 --> 00:26:27,887 He was hired in the lit department, 728 00:26:27,887 --> 00:26:29,889 and then Brannon retired, 729 00:26:29,889 --> 00:26:31,691 and the-the Canonical spot opened up. 730 00:26:31,691 --> 00:26:33,159 I... 731 00:26:33,159 --> 00:26:36,796 I guess I-I-I expected he'd moved on, 732 00:26:36,796 --> 00:26:38,898 and we could be adults about it. 733 00:26:38,898 --> 00:26:42,068 A-and why would you think he's moved on if you haven't? 734 00:26:42,068 --> 00:26:44,270 Because I thought I had. 735 00:26:44,270 --> 00:26:46,772 How can you explain the intense connection? 736 00:26:47,873 --> 00:26:49,642 What if he's my person? 737 00:26:49,642 --> 00:26:50,943 Okay, stop it, 738 00:26:50,943 --> 00:26:53,212 because now you're being the girl he put in the novel. 739 00:26:54,280 --> 00:26:55,748 I know. 740 00:26:57,984 --> 00:27:00,019 How can I fix this? 741 00:27:00,019 --> 00:27:02,688 Besides working the steps? 742 00:27:02,688 --> 00:27:04,690 As your sponsor, 743 00:27:04,690 --> 00:27:08,894 I say stay away from him as much as possible. 744 00:27:08,894 --> 00:27:11,964 When you have to be with him, only talk about work. 745 00:27:11,964 --> 00:27:14,367 Avoid being close. 746 00:27:14,367 --> 00:27:17,403 Never be alone together... 747 00:27:17,403 --> 00:27:20,039 and never close the door. 748 00:27:20,039 --> 00:27:22,008 Sex and love addiction, 749 00:27:22,008 --> 00:27:24,710 it might be cute in your 20s, Carrie, 750 00:27:24,710 --> 00:27:26,812 but is this really 751 00:27:26,812 --> 00:27:30,316 what you want the rest of your life to look like? 752 00:27:30,316 --> 00:27:32,718 Man, this is so much better than the food at school. 753 00:27:32,718 --> 00:27:33,719 Thank you again. 754 00:27:33,719 --> 00:27:34,987 Sure I can't get you a drink? 755 00:27:34,987 --> 00:27:36,922 Nah, I'm-I'm fine. Thank you. 756 00:27:37,923 --> 00:27:39,291 Pour me up, Auntie. 757 00:27:39,291 --> 00:27:40,993 Ain't like I'm playing this week. 758 00:27:40,993 --> 00:27:42,795 Yeah, but your ass better be back on that court soon. 759 00:27:42,795 --> 00:27:45,231 Oh, I will. Tariq's making sure of that. 760 00:27:45,231 --> 00:27:46,399 Smartest nigga I know. 761 00:27:47,967 --> 00:27:49,201 What are you studying? 762 00:27:49,201 --> 00:27:50,936 Right now, I'm in Canonical Studies. 763 00:27:50,936 --> 00:27:53,339 It's a special class, mostly, like, literature, though. 764 00:27:53,339 --> 00:27:55,274 And I got this little art class on the side. 765 00:27:55,274 --> 00:27:57,676 -What kind of art? -Just drawing, I guess. 766 00:27:57,676 --> 00:27:59,011 It was the last thing I could put in my schedule, 767 00:27:59,011 --> 00:28:00,079 so I just did it. 768 00:28:00,079 --> 00:28:02,048 [knock at door] 769 00:28:02,048 --> 00:28:03,149 Who's that? 770 00:28:03,149 --> 00:28:04,216 I look like Miss Cleo? 771 00:28:04,216 --> 00:28:05,217 [laughter] 772 00:28:05,217 --> 00:28:06,452 Cane, see who that is. 773 00:28:06,452 --> 00:28:08,187 All right. 774 00:28:08,187 --> 00:28:10,823 [light music playing over speakers] 775 00:28:10,823 --> 00:28:13,325 ♪ ♪ 776 00:28:13,325 --> 00:28:14,427 [Frank] Surprise! 777 00:28:14,427 --> 00:28:17,430 [Cane] Ah, shit. Uncle Frank! 778 00:28:17,430 --> 00:28:18,798 [Frank] How you doing? 779 00:28:18,798 --> 00:28:19,799 -[Cane] 'Sup, man? -[Frank] Good. 780 00:28:19,799 --> 00:28:21,167 Damn, Cane, look at you! 781 00:28:21,167 --> 00:28:23,135 You're built like a motherfucker, 782 00:28:23,135 --> 00:28:25,071 just like your pops. 783 00:28:25,071 --> 00:28:27,473 What you doing here, Frank? 784 00:28:27,473 --> 00:28:28,841 I thought you still had a couple years. 785 00:28:28,841 --> 00:28:30,176 I got out early. 786 00:28:30,176 --> 00:28:31,944 On what? 787 00:28:31,944 --> 00:28:33,813 'Cause I know it wasn't good behavior. 788 00:28:33,813 --> 00:28:35,014 [Frank laughs] 789 00:28:36,415 --> 00:28:39,018 What's up, Dru? Zeke? 790 00:28:39,018 --> 00:28:42,021 ♪ ♪ 791 00:28:43,089 --> 00:28:45,057 I know you? 792 00:28:45,057 --> 00:28:46,959 He's Zeke's roommate from school. 793 00:28:46,959 --> 00:28:48,260 Hey, Uncle Frank. 794 00:28:48,260 --> 00:28:50,229 Wow, look who grew up. 795 00:28:50,229 --> 00:28:52,031 -Princess Diana. -[Diana chuckles] 796 00:28:52,031 --> 00:28:53,432 Hmm, you really filled out, huh? 797 00:28:53,432 --> 00:28:55,267 What do you want, Frank? 798 00:28:55,267 --> 00:28:57,002 I just need a little help, Mo. 799 00:28:57,002 --> 00:28:59,338 Lorenzo said to hit you up. He promised me. 800 00:28:59,338 --> 00:29:00,873 See, that's a lie, 801 00:29:00,873 --> 00:29:03,476 'cause Lorenzo ain't promise nobody shit. 802 00:29:03,476 --> 00:29:05,111 You need to go. 803 00:29:05,111 --> 00:29:07,446 Oh, shit, ain't you the one always spouting "family first"? 804 00:29:07,446 --> 00:29:09,982 They don't know me out in these streets no more. 805 00:29:09,982 --> 00:29:11,750 And I know Lorenzo's got you running things-- 806 00:29:11,750 --> 00:29:12,785 -[thumps table] -Okay, dinner's over. 807 00:29:12,785 --> 00:29:15,421 Diana, get the plates. 808 00:29:15,421 --> 00:29:17,356 Now! 809 00:29:17,356 --> 00:29:19,458 Zeke, you been drinking. You should spend the night. 810 00:29:19,458 --> 00:29:21,026 Cane, take Tariq back to school. 811 00:29:21,026 --> 00:29:22,061 Uh, Ma, I can take him. 812 00:29:22,061 --> 00:29:23,129 I said what I said. 813 00:29:23,129 --> 00:29:24,530 Dru, take Frank for a drink. 814 00:29:24,530 --> 00:29:25,531 Talk this out. 815 00:29:25,531 --> 00:29:27,133 Yes, ma'am. 816 00:29:27,133 --> 00:29:28,901 Mo, come on. 817 00:29:28,901 --> 00:29:30,803 [Dru] Come on, Frank. 818 00:29:30,803 --> 00:29:33,806 [tense music plays] 819 00:29:33,806 --> 00:29:36,809 ♪ ♪ 820 00:29:44,049 --> 00:29:46,218 [Cane] Get out. You and me gonna have to talk. 821 00:29:46,218 --> 00:29:49,221 ♪ ♪ 822 00:29:59,965 --> 00:30:02,968 Whatever happens in our house, it stays in our house. 823 00:30:02,968 --> 00:30:04,370 You hear me, nigga? 824 00:30:04,370 --> 00:30:05,571 You don't gotta try to scare me, Cane. 825 00:30:05,571 --> 00:30:06,839 I'm cool, a'ight? 826 00:30:06,839 --> 00:30:08,207 Nigga, I don't fucking know you. 827 00:30:08,207 --> 00:30:09,508 You seem kind of hot to me. 828 00:30:09,508 --> 00:30:11,010 Not as hot as your Uncle Frank. 829 00:30:11,010 --> 00:30:12,344 Hey, don't you come out your mouth about my family, 830 00:30:12,344 --> 00:30:13,445 all right? 831 00:30:13,445 --> 00:30:14,547 Uncle Frank's been around for a minute. 832 00:30:14,547 --> 00:30:15,948 Your Uncle Frank's a fucking rat. 833 00:30:15,948 --> 00:30:17,116 The fuck you say? 834 00:30:17,116 --> 00:30:18,484 What, nigga, you ain't notice? 835 00:30:18,484 --> 00:30:20,286 How you think he got out early, 836 00:30:20,286 --> 00:30:21,820 coming in all unannounced and shit, 837 00:30:21,820 --> 00:30:23,989 urgent, smiling in everybody's face? 838 00:30:23,989 --> 00:30:26,392 Nigga, has he ever been that excited to see you before? 839 00:30:26,392 --> 00:30:28,360 Plus, you ain't ever heard of a parole hearing? 840 00:30:28,360 --> 00:30:29,929 That shit takes months. 841 00:30:29,929 --> 00:30:31,497 If Frank was that close with your pops, 842 00:30:31,497 --> 00:30:33,299 then your pops would've known and told Monet. 843 00:30:33,299 --> 00:30:34,600 But, you know, rats get out quick and quiet 844 00:30:34,600 --> 00:30:37,069 before anyone even notices. 845 00:30:37,069 --> 00:30:38,237 You should know that. 846 00:30:38,237 --> 00:30:41,006 ♪ ♪ 847 00:30:41,006 --> 00:30:42,474 Shit, nigga. 848 00:30:42,474 --> 00:30:43,976 Exactly, man. I ain't trying to have 849 00:30:43,976 --> 00:30:46,111 no beef with y'all, a'ight? 850 00:30:46,111 --> 00:30:47,446 Stansfield got me keeping Zeke in school 851 00:30:47,446 --> 00:30:50,249 so he could play ball, and that's what Monet wants. 852 00:30:50,249 --> 00:30:52,518 Me and you, we on the same team, nigga. 853 00:30:52,518 --> 00:30:53,986 We got the same goal. 854 00:30:53,986 --> 00:30:55,454 I don't want Zeke's family getting hurt, 855 00:30:55,454 --> 00:30:57,156 'cause if y'all get hurt, I get hurt. 856 00:30:57,156 --> 00:30:58,324 You can tell your mom she don't got shit 857 00:30:58,324 --> 00:31:00,559 to worry about when it comes to me, a'ight? 858 00:31:00,559 --> 00:31:02,461 Now, let's go. 859 00:31:02,461 --> 00:31:05,464 ♪ ♪ 860 00:31:09,535 --> 00:31:11,537 [Isaiah] Another pillar of our community 861 00:31:11,537 --> 00:31:14,206 crushed under the weight of opportunity. 862 00:31:14,206 --> 00:31:16,508 Black male eyes set on our future ahead. 863 00:31:16,508 --> 00:31:18,277 One shot, pop. 864 00:31:18,277 --> 00:31:21,880 Now that future dead, assassinated... 865 00:31:21,880 --> 00:31:24,149 You shouldn't be doing this. 866 00:31:24,149 --> 00:31:25,951 You showed up. 867 00:31:25,951 --> 00:31:28,354 Not for you. Is he here? 868 00:31:28,354 --> 00:31:31,056 [Isaiah continues indistinctly] 869 00:31:31,056 --> 00:31:33,025 [camera snapping] 870 00:31:33,025 --> 00:31:35,027 Dude, that's fucked up. Delete that shit. 871 00:31:35,027 --> 00:31:37,663 -[man] What's your problem? -Get-get the fuck out of here. 872 00:31:37,663 --> 00:31:40,532 [Isaiah continues indistinctly] 873 00:31:40,532 --> 00:31:43,102 [camera snapping] 874 00:31:44,670 --> 00:31:47,539 Hey, Tariq. Glad you could make it. 875 00:31:47,539 --> 00:31:50,142 Your father was a very impressive man. 876 00:31:50,142 --> 00:31:53,145 [uneasy music plays] 877 00:31:53,145 --> 00:31:56,148 ♪ ♪ 878 00:31:57,116 --> 00:31:59,251 [Carrie] Tariq! 879 00:31:59,251 --> 00:32:01,353 There's still time to say something about your dad 880 00:32:01,353 --> 00:32:02,588 if you want. 881 00:32:02,588 --> 00:32:04,123 [crowd murmuring] 882 00:32:04,123 --> 00:32:06,225 [Brayden] Hey. Hey, Tariq. 883 00:32:07,559 --> 00:32:08,694 You okay? 884 00:32:08,694 --> 00:32:09,695 Yeah, bro, let's go to that party 885 00:32:09,695 --> 00:32:10,696 you was telling me about. 886 00:32:10,696 --> 00:32:12,131 Fuck yeah, dude. Let's go. 887 00:32:13,565 --> 00:32:15,134 Get the fuck out of here. 888 00:32:15,134 --> 00:32:16,135 [camera snapping] 889 00:32:16,135 --> 00:32:18,337 [crowd murmuring] 890 00:32:18,337 --> 00:32:21,340 ♪ ♪ 891 00:32:23,008 --> 00:32:25,311 So what do you think we should do about Frank? 892 00:32:25,311 --> 00:32:27,546 Well, family first, right? 893 00:32:27,546 --> 00:32:29,281 That's what you taught us. 894 00:32:29,281 --> 00:32:31,216 So shouldn't we just give him benefit of the doubt? 895 00:32:31,216 --> 00:32:33,686 There's a difference between family and blood, D. 896 00:32:33,686 --> 00:32:36,155 Not everyone can be trusted. 897 00:32:36,155 --> 00:32:37,389 Or did you think about why he got out so early 898 00:32:37,389 --> 00:32:39,158 and your dad ain't tell us? 899 00:32:39,158 --> 00:32:42,361 No, but how do we find out? We can't just ask him. 900 00:32:43,262 --> 00:32:44,530 I can't. 901 00:32:46,165 --> 00:32:47,599 He might tell you, though. 902 00:32:47,599 --> 00:32:49,134 Did you see the way he was looking at you? 903 00:32:50,436 --> 00:32:52,738 That look means you have power over him. 904 00:32:52,738 --> 00:32:55,207 And I want you to be able to see what these signs are, 905 00:32:55,207 --> 00:32:57,276 'cause if he's useful to us, 906 00:32:57,276 --> 00:32:59,445 you gotta use any tool at your disposal. 907 00:32:59,445 --> 00:33:02,981 Okay, but how do you know he's hiding something? 908 00:33:02,981 --> 00:33:04,416 [Monet] Well, think about it. 909 00:33:04,416 --> 00:33:06,218 There's only one way someone gets out that quick 910 00:33:06,218 --> 00:33:08,420 -with no one knowing about it. -[door clicks shut] 911 00:33:08,420 --> 00:33:10,422 ♪ ♪ 912 00:33:10,422 --> 00:33:11,523 You take care of that? 913 00:33:11,523 --> 00:33:14,026 Yup. Zeke was right. 914 00:33:14,026 --> 00:33:15,761 Kid's smart. 915 00:33:15,761 --> 00:33:19,064 -He said Uncle Frank was... -[both] A snitch. 916 00:33:19,064 --> 00:33:21,300 -Tariq said that? -[Cane] Mm-hmm. 917 00:33:21,300 --> 00:33:22,568 So who do you think he snitched on? 918 00:33:22,568 --> 00:33:23,702 Doesn't matter. 919 00:33:23,702 --> 00:33:26,138 A snitch is a snitch. 920 00:33:26,138 --> 00:33:28,073 Cane'll handle it. 921 00:33:28,073 --> 00:33:29,608 But first, what else Tariq say? 922 00:33:30,642 --> 00:33:32,144 Zeke. 923 00:33:32,144 --> 00:33:33,178 [Zeke snoring] 924 00:33:33,178 --> 00:33:34,713 Boy, wake up. 925 00:33:34,713 --> 00:33:36,248 Tariq. 926 00:33:36,248 --> 00:33:38,584 Did you ask him here tonight, or did he ask you? 927 00:33:38,584 --> 00:33:41,220 He wanted to come. What's it matter? 928 00:33:41,220 --> 00:33:43,489 I need to know everything you know about that kid. 929 00:33:43,489 --> 00:33:45,090 You hear me? 930 00:33:45,090 --> 00:33:46,392 I don't know anything about him. 931 00:33:46,392 --> 00:33:47,693 Well, you better learn. 932 00:33:49,128 --> 00:33:52,131 -[hip-hop music playing] -[indistinct chatter] 933 00:33:53,265 --> 00:33:55,634 [Brayden] Coming to you live from Kappa Lambda Kappa. 934 00:33:55,634 --> 00:33:58,270 Ooh, what do we have over here? 935 00:33:58,270 --> 00:34:01,140 A pack of wild thots in their natural habitat. 936 00:34:02,307 --> 00:34:05,144 And, oh, shit, an ice luge! 937 00:34:05,144 --> 00:34:06,779 Classic choice. 938 00:34:06,779 --> 00:34:08,313 Now, the way an ice luge works is, 939 00:34:08,313 --> 00:34:10,682 you put the alcohol at the top so it rushes down, 940 00:34:10,682 --> 00:34:12,785 and the person at the bottom gets mouth herpes. 941 00:34:12,785 --> 00:34:14,219 Hey, losers. 942 00:34:14,219 --> 00:34:16,121 Y'all at home jerking off to Skidmarks here? 943 00:34:16,121 --> 00:34:17,556 Why don't you put down your cell phones 944 00:34:17,556 --> 00:34:19,258 and get yourself a real girlfriend? 945 00:34:19,258 --> 00:34:20,826 You ruined my fucking story, okay? 946 00:34:20,826 --> 00:34:22,594 And also, Mom told you not to fucking call me that anymore. 947 00:34:22,594 --> 00:34:25,097 Yo, sorry, you-you gotta leave, Skids. 948 00:34:25,097 --> 00:34:27,433 And your boyfriend too. No Skidmarks allowed. 949 00:34:27,433 --> 00:34:30,202 Yo, I'm serious. Shut the fuck up. 950 00:34:30,202 --> 00:34:32,471 Oh, you're serious. Well, so am I. 951 00:34:32,471 --> 00:34:34,706 Yo, Chase, we, uh... we don't let Skidmarks in here, right? 952 00:34:34,706 --> 00:34:37,576 No, Trace. We do not. 953 00:34:39,178 --> 00:34:41,113 Oh, shit. 954 00:34:41,113 --> 00:34:44,349 Hey, hey. You're that St. Patrick kid. 955 00:34:44,349 --> 00:34:45,651 Yeah, I heard you went here. 956 00:34:45,651 --> 00:34:48,353 Dude, his dad was, like, that nightclub politician guy 957 00:34:48,353 --> 00:34:49,621 who got killed by his mom. 958 00:34:49,621 --> 00:34:51,290 Dude, you're, like, famous. 959 00:34:51,290 --> 00:34:52,858 You guys should stay. You're chill. 960 00:34:52,858 --> 00:34:55,160 Oh, shit. What's up, Scott? 961 00:34:55,160 --> 00:34:56,361 Don't you have anything 962 00:34:56,361 --> 00:34:58,130 we can actually have fun with, Macklemore? 963 00:34:58,130 --> 00:34:59,298 No, man. I'm all out. 964 00:34:59,298 --> 00:35:00,699 [Chase] You're always fucking out, bro. 965 00:35:00,699 --> 00:35:01,767 Dude, I told you. 966 00:35:01,767 --> 00:35:03,135 We could make fucking bank here. 967 00:35:03,135 --> 00:35:04,670 [banging on door] 968 00:35:04,670 --> 00:35:07,206 [cop 1] Turn that music off right now. 969 00:35:07,206 --> 00:35:08,340 [man] You guys hear that? 970 00:35:08,340 --> 00:35:09,441 [cop 1] Everybody out. 971 00:35:09,441 --> 00:35:10,809 We're coming in to shut this down. 972 00:35:10,809 --> 00:35:12,144 [Trace] Yo, this is my house. 973 00:35:12,144 --> 00:35:13,512 You can't come in without a warrant. 974 00:35:13,512 --> 00:35:15,180 This house belongs to the university, 975 00:35:15,180 --> 00:35:17,382 and it's leased by the Kappa Lambda Kappa fraternity. 976 00:35:17,382 --> 00:35:18,550 [Trace] Dude, you're not even a real cop. 977 00:35:18,550 --> 00:35:20,619 Don't call me dude. Please, just step aside. 978 00:35:20,619 --> 00:35:22,254 Hey, what the fuck do you think you're doing? 979 00:35:22,254 --> 00:35:24,256 -Do you even know who I am? -[cop 1] Don't touch me. 980 00:35:24,256 --> 00:35:25,757 All right, you're done. 981 00:35:25,757 --> 00:35:27,125 [Trace] Oh, man. 982 00:35:27,125 --> 00:35:28,227 [cop 1] Hands behind your back. 983 00:35:28,227 --> 00:35:30,295 [cop 2] Everybody out. Party's over. 984 00:35:30,295 --> 00:35:32,464 Hey, um, I'm sorry about that. 985 00:35:32,464 --> 00:35:34,266 My brother's a fucking idiot. 986 00:35:34,266 --> 00:35:38,237 I'm Brayden, and that's Trace... Weston. 987 00:35:38,237 --> 00:35:40,506 Shit. Weston, like the auditorium? 988 00:35:40,506 --> 00:35:42,741 Yeah, and the swimming pool. 989 00:35:42,741 --> 00:35:44,176 [cop 2] Sorry, man. I didn't realize. 990 00:35:44,176 --> 00:35:45,644 No, it's-it's all good. 991 00:35:45,644 --> 00:35:47,779 Can you let my brother go now? 992 00:35:47,779 --> 00:35:50,382 [whispering] He's a Weston. Let him go. 993 00:35:50,382 --> 00:35:52,918 ♪ ♪ 994 00:35:52,918 --> 00:35:55,921 [indistinct chatter, laughter] 995 00:35:59,391 --> 00:36:01,193 [Trace] Let's fucking party! 996 00:36:01,193 --> 00:36:02,628 [all cheer] 997 00:36:02,628 --> 00:36:05,631 [music resumes] 998 00:36:05,631 --> 00:36:07,199 ♪ ♪ 999 00:36:10,202 --> 00:36:11,770 [Laila] Well, then switch a damn shift 1000 00:36:11,770 --> 00:36:13,405 so that you're on that schedule. 1001 00:36:13,405 --> 00:36:15,541 I need you to get me a morning-after pill in here 1002 00:36:15,541 --> 00:36:17,342 motherfucking pronto. 1003 00:36:17,342 --> 00:36:19,611 Yo, who the fuck you think you're talking to? 1004 00:36:19,611 --> 00:36:22,314 You seem to have forgotten how this works, Jones. 1005 00:36:22,314 --> 00:36:24,383 Wait, whose fucking dick you been riding in here? 1006 00:36:24,383 --> 00:36:26,485 Get me that pill in the next 56 hours, 1007 00:36:26,485 --> 00:36:29,321 or I'ma turn this whole block against your ass. 1008 00:36:30,355 --> 00:36:33,492 And yet, Mr. MacLean, your papers allege 1009 00:36:33,492 --> 00:36:35,427 some sort of prosecutorial misconduct 1010 00:36:35,427 --> 00:36:37,963 on the part of the US Attorney's Office. 1011 00:36:37,963 --> 00:36:39,565 Yes, Mr. Saxe used 1012 00:36:39,565 --> 00:36:41,233 the New York District Attorney's Office 1013 00:36:41,233 --> 00:36:42,301 to trap my client 1014 00:36:42,301 --> 00:36:43,735 into a baseless queenpin charge. 1015 00:36:43,735 --> 00:36:45,504 Whoa, whoa, I didn't use 1016 00:36:45,504 --> 00:36:47,205 the district attorney to do anything. 1017 00:36:47,205 --> 00:36:49,541 Your Honor, if we put Ms. Genevieve Sullivan 1018 00:36:49,541 --> 00:36:51,276 from the District Attorney's Office under oath-- 1019 00:36:51,276 --> 00:36:52,911 -He's gotta be kidding. -I'm not. 1020 00:36:52,911 --> 00:36:54,913 I want an explanation as to why you came 1021 00:36:54,913 --> 00:36:56,682 to a state plea allocution 1022 00:36:56,682 --> 00:36:58,884 with a federal arrest warrant in your pocket. 1023 00:36:58,884 --> 00:37:01,320 He's Captain Ahab with the white whale, Your Honor. 1024 00:37:01,320 --> 00:37:03,255 He was never able to get James St. Patrick, 1025 00:37:03,255 --> 00:37:05,791 so he staged that ridiculous circus 1026 00:37:05,791 --> 00:37:07,593 to turn this into a federal case. 1027 00:37:07,593 --> 00:37:10,462 Th-that's not prosecutorial misconduct. 1028 00:37:10,462 --> 00:37:12,631 It's prosecutorial discretion. 1029 00:37:12,631 --> 00:37:15,934 If you had any discretion, Saxe, we might entertain that. 1030 00:37:15,934 --> 00:37:18,770 All right, how soon can I hear from Ms. Sullivan? 1031 00:37:19,738 --> 00:37:20,906 I'll get her here. 1032 00:37:20,906 --> 00:37:22,474 Do it. 1033 00:37:22,474 --> 00:37:23,842 We'll reconvene this afternoon. 1034 00:37:23,842 --> 00:37:25,277 Thank you, Your Honor. 1035 00:37:27,913 --> 00:37:29,815 Your Honor. 1036 00:37:29,815 --> 00:37:32,818 [desolate music plays] 1037 00:37:32,818 --> 00:37:34,686 ♪ ♪ 1038 00:37:34,686 --> 00:37:37,456 We miss you, baby girl. 1039 00:37:37,456 --> 00:37:40,726 I am so glad that you're not alone anymore. 1040 00:37:40,726 --> 00:37:43,729 ♪ ♪ 1041 00:37:45,597 --> 00:37:48,467 Ah. 1042 00:37:48,467 --> 00:37:53,305 Now, this is quite a production. 1043 00:37:53,305 --> 00:37:55,841 Tariq, how could you have paid for something like this 1044 00:37:55,841 --> 00:37:59,311 when you know that Yas and I are only scraping by? 1045 00:37:59,311 --> 00:38:01,513 Grandma, I didn't do any of this. 1046 00:38:01,513 --> 00:38:03,615 I don't even know who any of these people are. 1047 00:38:03,615 --> 00:38:06,351 ♪ ♪ 1048 00:38:06,351 --> 00:38:08,787 He was a bright light extinguished far too soon. 1049 00:38:08,787 --> 00:38:10,022 What the Lord has brought us to, 1050 00:38:10,022 --> 00:38:11,890 the Lord will take us through. 1051 00:38:11,890 --> 00:38:14,393 May God bless us all in our grief. 1052 00:38:14,393 --> 00:38:15,527 Thank you, Reverend. 1053 00:38:15,527 --> 00:38:17,963 Yes, thank you, Reverend. 1054 00:38:17,963 --> 00:38:19,464 We're all so very blessed 1055 00:38:19,464 --> 00:38:21,800 to have each other to lean on. 1056 00:38:21,800 --> 00:38:24,069 -Simon. -Mr. Tate. 1057 00:38:24,069 --> 00:38:26,638 Ah. Good to see you, my sister. 1058 00:38:26,638 --> 00:38:28,340 So good to see you. 1059 00:38:28,340 --> 00:38:31,343 ♪ ♪ 1060 00:38:32,878 --> 00:38:35,681 I just came from the MCC. 1061 00:38:35,681 --> 00:38:37,749 Your mother's gonna deliver the eulogy, 1062 00:38:37,749 --> 00:38:40,018 so you're off the hook. 1063 00:38:40,018 --> 00:38:41,887 Why would she do that? 1064 00:38:41,887 --> 00:38:43,455 It's our one chance for the public 1065 00:38:43,455 --> 00:38:45,490 to hear her speak without provoking a gag order 1066 00:38:45,490 --> 00:38:47,859 or being cross-examined on the stand. 1067 00:38:47,859 --> 00:38:50,896 Besides, she wants to do it, 1068 00:38:50,896 --> 00:38:52,964 and she's ready. 1069 00:38:52,964 --> 00:38:55,634 [tense music plays] 1070 00:38:55,634 --> 00:38:58,637 ♪ ♪ 1071 00:38:58,637 --> 00:39:00,739 [reporter] She's here. 1072 00:39:02,674 --> 00:39:05,010 [reporters clamoring] 1073 00:39:05,010 --> 00:39:08,013 ♪ ♪ 1074 00:39:16,121 --> 00:39:17,355 [Yasmine] Mommy! 1075 00:39:17,355 --> 00:39:18,657 [handcuffs clicking] 1076 00:39:18,657 --> 00:39:20,692 [Davis] Oh, wait a minute. Motherfuckers. 1077 00:39:20,692 --> 00:39:23,028 What are you doing? You can't put those on her. 1078 00:39:23,028 --> 00:39:26,131 Look, she cannot deliver the eulogy in shackles, okay? 1079 00:39:26,131 --> 00:39:28,366 It's entirely the wrong image. 1080 00:39:28,366 --> 00:39:30,068 Tasha, you can't stand up like this. 1081 00:39:30,068 --> 00:39:33,472 -But what about what we-- -No talking, inmate. 1082 00:39:33,472 --> 00:39:35,140 [Saxe] Oh, were you gonna have her poison the jury pool 1083 00:39:35,140 --> 00:39:37,042 with some hard-luck tale about her husband? 1084 00:39:37,042 --> 00:39:38,143 Guess you can't do that now, huh? 1085 00:39:38,143 --> 00:39:40,846 -Fuck you, Saxe. -Oh, okay. 1086 00:39:40,846 --> 00:39:41,847 Wonder if we could find someone else 1087 00:39:41,847 --> 00:39:42,948 who'd be willing to say something. 1088 00:39:42,948 --> 00:39:43,949 God, you know, I feel like we could 1089 00:39:43,949 --> 00:39:44,983 probably find someone. 1090 00:39:44,983 --> 00:39:46,384 Oh, Rashad. 1091 00:39:46,384 --> 00:39:47,385 Of course. 1092 00:39:47,385 --> 00:39:48,587 I'd be more than glad 1093 00:39:48,587 --> 00:39:51,423 to share a few kind words for our fallen friend. 1094 00:39:51,423 --> 00:39:53,425 I'm gonna do it. 1095 00:39:53,425 --> 00:39:55,160 I want to do it, okay, Ma? I got this. 1096 00:39:55,160 --> 00:39:58,163 ♪ ♪ 1097 00:40:01,066 --> 00:40:02,768 What are you going to say? 1098 00:40:08,440 --> 00:40:09,708 [sighs] 1099 00:40:22,721 --> 00:40:24,823 Hey, Tariq. 1100 00:40:24,823 --> 00:40:28,627 I'm your father's Uncle Gabe. 1101 00:40:28,627 --> 00:40:30,695 Just wanted to pay my respects. 1102 00:40:30,695 --> 00:40:34,199 You remind me of him so much, you know? 1103 00:40:34,199 --> 00:40:35,467 I don't even look like him. 1104 00:40:35,467 --> 00:40:37,569 No, no, no, but... 1105 00:40:37,569 --> 00:40:38,837 well, you're bright-- 1106 00:40:38,837 --> 00:40:41,206 I can tell-- just like he was. 1107 00:40:41,206 --> 00:40:44,442 He had a good heart. 1108 00:40:44,442 --> 00:40:46,111 For a time there, we thought we might lose him 1109 00:40:46,111 --> 00:40:47,813 to the streets, you know. 1110 00:40:47,813 --> 00:40:50,482 Your grandfather used to say 1111 00:40:50,482 --> 00:40:52,017 that you go down that road, 1112 00:40:52,017 --> 00:40:54,786 there's only two ways you're gonna end up: 1113 00:40:54,786 --> 00:40:57,722 either dead or in jail. 1114 00:40:57,722 --> 00:40:59,157 [chuckles] 1115 00:40:59,157 --> 00:41:01,693 Well, everybody's got to go eventually, right? 1116 00:41:02,794 --> 00:41:04,963 But he-he turned it around. 1117 00:41:04,963 --> 00:41:07,999 Noble, yeah. 1118 00:41:09,201 --> 00:41:11,036 Made us all proud, 1119 00:41:11,036 --> 00:41:13,071 just like I'm sure you're gonna make him. 1120 00:41:13,071 --> 00:41:15,040 Am I right? 1121 00:41:15,040 --> 00:41:16,741 Yes, sir. 1122 00:41:16,741 --> 00:41:19,077 Good. 1123 00:41:19,077 --> 00:41:22,080 [somber music plays] 1124 00:41:22,080 --> 00:41:25,083 ♪ ♪ 1125 00:41:26,151 --> 00:41:29,154 [Elliot Moss' "99" playing] 1126 00:41:29,154 --> 00:41:30,822 ♪ ♪ 1127 00:41:30,822 --> 00:41:34,526 ♪ Hide all the keys And seal our windows ♪ 1128 00:41:34,526 --> 00:41:37,896 ♪ 'Cause I'm going to war ♪ 1129 00:41:37,896 --> 00:41:41,266 ♪ Don't hold your breath Waiting for me ♪ 1130 00:41:41,266 --> 00:41:44,803 ♪ 'Cause I may never Come home ♪ 1131 00:41:44,803 --> 00:41:48,573 ♪ No, I may never come home ♪ 1132 00:41:48,573 --> 00:41:51,576 ♪ ♪ 1133 00:42:03,755 --> 00:42:07,626 ♪ Hide all the keys And seal our windows ♪ 1134 00:42:07,626 --> 00:42:10,929 ♪ 'Cause I'm going to war ♪ 1135 00:42:10,929 --> 00:42:14,099 ♪ Don't hold your breath Waiting for me ♪ 1136 00:42:14,099 --> 00:42:18,103 ♪ 'Cause I may never Come home ♪ 1137 00:42:18,103 --> 00:42:22,107 ♪ Leave all your bags And head for the water ♪ 1138 00:42:22,107 --> 00:42:25,644 ♪ Chase the lies Into the sea ♪ 1139 00:42:25,644 --> 00:42:28,980 ♪ Don't hold your breath Waiting for me ♪ 1140 00:42:28,980 --> 00:42:32,250 ♪ 'Cause I may never Come home ♪ 1141 00:42:32,250 --> 00:42:36,054 ♪ No, I may never come home ♪ 1142 00:42:36,054 --> 00:42:39,791 ♪ 'Cause I may never Come home ♪ 1143 00:42:39,791 --> 00:42:41,660 ♪ No, I may ♪ 1144 00:42:41,660 --> 00:42:43,628 ♪ Don't hold your breath Waiting for me ♪ 1145 00:42:43,628 --> 00:42:45,330 ♪ 'Cause I may never Come home... ♪ 1146 00:42:45,330 --> 00:42:46,932 Nice work. 1147 00:42:46,932 --> 00:42:48,700 Almost seemed like you enjoyed that. 1148 00:42:48,700 --> 00:42:49,868 Fuck Davis MacLean. 1149 00:42:49,868 --> 00:42:51,269 -[Ott] Yeah. -Yeah, but, Steve, 1150 00:42:51,269 --> 00:42:53,138 I need to ask you about Jenny Sullivan 1151 00:42:53,138 --> 00:42:54,639 -from the DA's Office. -Oh, shh, shh, shh. 1152 00:42:54,639 --> 00:42:56,174 It's starting. 1153 00:42:56,174 --> 00:42:57,175 Nice work. 1154 00:42:57,175 --> 00:42:59,210 [Macedon] Life's trials 1155 00:42:59,210 --> 00:43:01,813 can be so mysterious. 1156 00:43:01,813 --> 00:43:03,214 ♪ ♪ 1157 00:43:03,214 --> 00:43:06,618 The St. Patrick family knows that. 1158 00:43:06,618 --> 00:43:08,920 ♪ ♪ 1159 00:43:08,920 --> 00:43:13,725 James came to me in his darkest hour 1160 00:43:13,725 --> 00:43:16,828 with one desire: 1161 00:43:16,828 --> 00:43:20,732 to be a better man. 1162 00:43:20,732 --> 00:43:24,736 God alone knows whether we ever achieve that, 1163 00:43:24,736 --> 00:43:28,139 so it is in faith that we send James off 1164 00:43:28,139 --> 00:43:33,011 with loving tribute from those he left behind. 1165 00:43:33,011 --> 00:43:36,014 ♪ ♪ 1166 00:43:39,050 --> 00:43:42,220 ♪ Don't hold your breath Waiting for me ♪ 1167 00:43:42,220 --> 00:43:45,623 ♪ 'Cause I may never Come home ♪ 1168 00:43:45,623 --> 00:43:49,160 ♪ No, I may never come home ♪ 1169 00:43:49,160 --> 00:43:50,395 ♪ ♪ 1170 00:43:50,395 --> 00:43:51,763 [sighs] 1171 00:43:51,763 --> 00:43:53,064 Everyone has their own expectations 1172 00:43:53,064 --> 00:43:54,699 of what I should say right now. 1173 00:43:56,634 --> 00:43:57,802 Some people want me to stand here 1174 00:43:57,802 --> 00:44:00,038 and call my father a criminal, 1175 00:44:00,038 --> 00:44:02,007 a horrible person and a man 1176 00:44:02,007 --> 00:44:03,842 who didn't care about his family. 1177 00:44:05,710 --> 00:44:07,012 Others want me to stand here and say 1178 00:44:07,012 --> 00:44:09,214 that he was a symbol of hope 1179 00:44:09,214 --> 00:44:10,715 and possibility. 1180 00:44:12,417 --> 00:44:17,288 But to be honest, the truth is way more complicated than that, 1181 00:44:17,288 --> 00:44:19,858 'cause my father, he was a complicated man. 1182 00:44:23,228 --> 00:44:27,665 He saw his family as a reflection of himself, 1183 00:44:27,665 --> 00:44:29,968 and he always did what he thought was best for us. 1184 00:44:31,302 --> 00:44:33,371 And although I didn't... 1185 00:44:33,371 --> 00:44:36,074 agree with all of his choices, 1186 00:44:36,074 --> 00:44:38,410 I will say that I learned a lot 1187 00:44:38,410 --> 00:44:40,311 about how I want to live my own life. 1188 00:44:42,313 --> 00:44:45,216 He taught me lessons about... 1189 00:44:45,216 --> 00:44:48,219 knowing who to trust, 1190 00:44:48,219 --> 00:44:51,890 thinking ahead... 1191 00:44:51,890 --> 00:44:54,392 and finding a better way to do just about anything. 1192 00:44:56,394 --> 00:44:58,296 I really thought I knew my dad. 1193 00:45:01,866 --> 00:45:04,736 But the truth is, you never really know a man like him. 1194 00:45:06,871 --> 00:45:09,841 Somehow, I'm learning more about him now 1195 00:45:09,841 --> 00:45:12,043 than I ever did when he was alive. 1196 00:45:14,045 --> 00:45:16,281 So I really don't know much. 1197 00:45:18,750 --> 00:45:22,454 But what I do know is that... 1198 00:45:22,454 --> 00:45:25,723 he wanted to give me the life that he could never have. 1199 00:45:30,929 --> 00:45:33,798 And I'm the manifestation of what he could never be. 1200 00:45:33,798 --> 00:45:36,801 ♪ ♪ 1201 00:45:39,471 --> 00:45:43,374 ♪ One hundred men Raise your heads up ♪ 1202 00:45:43,374 --> 00:45:47,078 ♪ 'Cause we're going to war ♪ 1203 00:45:47,078 --> 00:45:50,515 ♪ Open your eyes And steady your hands ♪ 1204 00:45:50,515 --> 00:45:53,518 ♪ 'Cause we may never Come home ♪ 1205 00:45:53,518 --> 00:45:56,521 ♪ ♪ 1206 00:45:59,257 --> 00:46:01,159 -[marshal] Inmate! Inmate! -I need currency: 1207 00:46:01,159 --> 00:46:03,194 a morning-after pill for another inmate. 1208 00:46:03,194 --> 00:46:04,295 [marshal] I said no talking, bitch. 1209 00:46:04,295 --> 00:46:05,897 Let's go. 1210 00:46:05,897 --> 00:46:08,032 [Tasha sobs] Get off of me! 1211 00:46:08,032 --> 00:46:10,835 [tense music plays] 1212 00:46:10,835 --> 00:46:12,270 He did a good job. 1213 00:46:12,270 --> 00:46:14,205 Would've been better if it was Tasha. 1214 00:46:14,205 --> 00:46:17,208 ♪ ♪ 1215 00:46:17,208 --> 00:46:20,311 You understand, Ms. Sullivan, you are under oath? 1216 00:46:20,311 --> 00:46:22,814 Yes, but, Your Honor, I still don't understand 1217 00:46:22,814 --> 00:46:25,183 how my testimony is relevant to the federal charges 1218 00:46:25,183 --> 00:46:27,018 facing Tasha Green St. Patrick. 1219 00:46:27,018 --> 00:46:29,821 Humor me, hmm? Mr. MacLean. 1220 00:46:29,821 --> 00:46:31,256 [Davis] Yes. Just a few questions. 1221 00:46:31,256 --> 00:46:33,925 Ms. Sullivan, when my client told you 1222 00:46:33,925 --> 00:46:35,960 the name of her accomplice, Tommy Egan, 1223 00:46:35,960 --> 00:46:37,061 did you know who he was? 1224 00:46:37,061 --> 00:46:38,096 No. 1225 00:46:38,096 --> 00:46:39,164 I did a background check 1226 00:46:39,164 --> 00:46:41,166 and saw he was a bad actor, for sure, 1227 00:46:41,166 --> 00:46:42,934 but I did not know of him. 1228 00:46:42,934 --> 00:46:44,335 Did you share this information 1229 00:46:44,335 --> 00:46:46,938 about the name of my client's accomplice 1230 00:46:46,938 --> 00:46:48,540 with anyone outside of your office? 1231 00:46:48,540 --> 00:46:50,975 Reminding you you are under oath. 1232 00:46:50,975 --> 00:46:52,877 I told my boss, sir. 1233 00:46:52,877 --> 00:46:54,412 I believe he might have mentioned the name 1234 00:46:54,412 --> 00:46:56,347 to Steven Ott from the DNC. 1235 00:46:56,347 --> 00:46:59,517 And did Mr. Ott ask you to vacate the plea agreement 1236 00:46:59,517 --> 00:47:01,186 you had with my client, 1237 00:47:01,186 --> 00:47:03,154 the same agreement you and I put in writing? 1238 00:47:03,154 --> 00:47:04,389 No, he did not. 1239 00:47:04,389 --> 00:47:05,890 He told me to proceed 1240 00:47:05,890 --> 00:47:08,293 and to inquire as to why Tommy Egan would've killed 1241 00:47:08,293 --> 00:47:10,595 James St. Patrick for his estranged wife. 1242 00:47:10,595 --> 00:47:11,930 And did you know that that would result 1243 00:47:11,930 --> 00:47:14,032 in a federal charge against my client? 1244 00:47:14,032 --> 00:47:16,267 No, but when I saw Mr. Saxe showed up 1245 00:47:16,267 --> 00:47:17,602 and had an arrest warrant, 1246 00:47:17,602 --> 00:47:20,004 I knew both you and I had been set up, Mr. MacLean. 1247 00:47:20,004 --> 00:47:21,539 It was a jurisdictional grab all along. 1248 00:47:21,539 --> 00:47:23,208 -Your Honor. -[Jenny] If this was 1249 00:47:23,208 --> 00:47:24,876 a legitimate charge against your client, 1250 00:47:24,876 --> 00:47:26,177 they could've let us prove the murder charge 1251 00:47:26,177 --> 00:47:28,046 and then proceeded with any predicate crime 1252 00:47:28,046 --> 00:47:29,881 already proven in state court, 1253 00:47:29,881 --> 00:47:32,450 but Mr. Saxe pressured me to offer a deal, 1254 00:47:32,450 --> 00:47:34,185 only to blow it up 1255 00:47:34,185 --> 00:47:36,854 and take the defendant right out from under me. 1256 00:47:36,854 --> 00:47:39,290 Thank you, Ms. Sullivan. 1257 00:47:39,290 --> 00:47:42,160 Mr. Saxe, do you want to cross-examine? 1258 00:47:42,160 --> 00:47:44,329 Uh... no. 1259 00:47:44,329 --> 00:47:46,564 Do you want to explain yourself? 1260 00:47:46,564 --> 00:47:49,267 Your Honor, I didn't know Mr. Ott was in communication 1261 00:47:49,267 --> 00:47:51,869 with Ms. Sullivan, but even if I admit 1262 00:47:51,869 --> 00:47:53,938 that the chain of events is odd-- 1263 00:47:53,938 --> 00:47:56,641 More than odd, sir, 1264 00:47:56,641 --> 00:47:59,177 especially the part about you forcing a deal 1265 00:47:59,177 --> 00:48:00,945 just to break it wide open. 1266 00:48:00,945 --> 00:48:03,581 Yes, Your Honor, but I can justify 1267 00:48:03,581 --> 00:48:05,116 federalizing this case. 1268 00:48:05,116 --> 00:48:07,452 I believe Tasha St. Patrick is a queenpin. 1269 00:48:07,452 --> 00:48:08,453 He has no proof. 1270 00:48:08,453 --> 00:48:09,988 I do. 1271 00:48:11,656 --> 00:48:14,025 I'd like to call a rebuttal witness, Your Honor... 1272 00:48:14,025 --> 00:48:16,160 [dramatic music plays] 1273 00:48:16,160 --> 00:48:17,895 ...Sergeant Blanca Rodriguez. 1274 00:48:17,895 --> 00:48:20,898 ♪ ♪ 1275 00:48:21,933 --> 00:48:24,035 Sergeant Rodriguez, did we investigate 1276 00:48:24,035 --> 00:48:25,670 the St. Patrick family together? 1277 00:48:25,670 --> 00:48:28,273 Yes, and their associate, Tommy Egan. 1278 00:48:28,273 --> 00:48:31,442 Would you confine your answers to yes or no, please? 1279 00:48:32,644 --> 00:48:34,245 Yes. 1280 00:48:34,245 --> 00:48:36,381 Did Tasha St. Patrick have reason to believe 1281 00:48:36,381 --> 00:48:38,650 that Terry Silver might testify against her, 1282 00:48:38,650 --> 00:48:39,984 against her husband, 1283 00:48:39,984 --> 00:48:41,352 or against their friend Tommy Egan? 1284 00:48:41,352 --> 00:48:43,221 I don't know what he knew about Tasha. 1285 00:48:43,221 --> 00:48:45,290 Just yes or no. 1286 00:48:46,124 --> 00:48:48,660 Yes, she thought he had information. 1287 00:48:48,660 --> 00:48:51,029 And when Mr. Silver went missing, 1288 00:48:51,029 --> 00:48:53,398 did Tasha St. Patrick lead us to the body-- 1289 00:48:53,398 --> 00:48:54,666 she told us where to look? 1290 00:48:54,666 --> 00:48:56,301 Yes, but that's not the whole story. 1291 00:48:56,301 --> 00:48:57,302 [Saxe] Just yes or no. 1292 00:49:00,071 --> 00:49:01,139 Yes. 1293 00:49:01,139 --> 00:49:03,174 She knew where to find the body. 1294 00:49:03,174 --> 00:49:04,676 But she did not commit that murder. 1295 00:49:04,676 --> 00:49:06,311 She's not physically capable. 1296 00:49:06,311 --> 00:49:07,945 Mm, okay. 1297 00:49:07,945 --> 00:49:09,547 So she had motive, 1298 00:49:09,547 --> 00:49:11,015 she knew the location of that body, 1299 00:49:11,015 --> 00:49:13,251 and she wasn't capable of doing it herself. 1300 00:49:13,251 --> 00:49:16,487 So is it reasonable to assume that she was involved, 1301 00:49:16,487 --> 00:49:19,023 possible to conclude that maybe she ordered the hit 1302 00:49:19,023 --> 00:49:20,258 to shut him up? 1303 00:49:20,258 --> 00:49:21,693 -Yes, but-- -[Saxe] That's all, Your Honor. 1304 00:49:21,693 --> 00:49:22,960 [Davis] Your Honor, I believe 1305 00:49:22,960 --> 00:49:24,429 Sergeant Rodriguez has more to say. 1306 00:49:24,429 --> 00:49:27,231 And she will, at trial, 1307 00:49:27,231 --> 00:49:29,467 but this is more than enough to indicate, Mr. MacLean, 1308 00:49:29,467 --> 00:49:32,036 that there is some meat on the bone here 1309 00:49:32,036 --> 00:49:34,005 for Mr. Saxe's case. 1310 00:49:34,005 --> 00:49:36,007 I'm going to deny your motion to dismiss. 1311 00:49:36,007 --> 00:49:37,342 Ha. 1312 00:49:37,342 --> 00:49:40,611 I mean thank you, Your Honor. 1313 00:49:41,379 --> 00:49:45,183 But you, Mr. Saxe... 1314 00:49:45,183 --> 00:49:47,485 from now on, I want everything by the book. 1315 00:49:47,485 --> 00:49:50,355 ♪ ♪ 1316 00:49:50,355 --> 00:49:52,056 You're excused, Sergeant Rodriguez. 1317 00:49:53,658 --> 00:49:55,259 We're done here. 1318 00:49:55,259 --> 00:49:58,262 ♪ ♪ 1319 00:50:00,465 --> 00:50:03,501 When this goes to trial, you make sure I testify. 1320 00:50:03,501 --> 00:50:05,203 Tasha is no queenpin, 1321 00:50:05,203 --> 00:50:08,373 and Saxe is dirty as fuck. 1322 00:50:08,373 --> 00:50:11,275 ♪ ♪ 1323 00:50:11,275 --> 00:50:14,278 [Kemba's "Nobody I Can Trust" playing] 1324 00:50:14,278 --> 00:50:17,281 ♪ ♪ 1325 00:50:18,449 --> 00:50:20,418 ♪ Ain't nobody I can trust ♪ 1326 00:50:20,418 --> 00:50:22,120 ♪ My niggas getting stuck ♪ 1327 00:50:22,120 --> 00:50:24,622 ♪ Cops throw 'em in a truck Lock niggas up ♪ 1328 00:50:24,622 --> 00:50:27,658 ♪ Circle getting smaller Every day ♪ 1329 00:50:27,658 --> 00:50:30,795 ♪ Life getting shorter Every day ♪ 1330 00:50:30,795 --> 00:50:32,730 ♪ Ain't nobody I can trust ♪ 1331 00:50:32,730 --> 00:50:34,298 ♪ My niggas getting stuck ♪ 1332 00:50:34,298 --> 00:50:37,034 ♪ Cops throw 'em in a truck Lock niggas up ♪ 1333 00:50:37,034 --> 00:50:40,104 ♪ Circle getting smaller Every day ♪ 1334 00:50:40,104 --> 00:50:43,040 ♪ Life getting shorter Every day ♪ 1335 00:50:43,040 --> 00:50:45,076 -♪ Ain't nobody I can trust ♪ -[gunshots] 1336 00:50:45,076 --> 00:50:46,677 ♪ My niggas getting stuck ♪ 1337 00:50:46,677 --> 00:50:49,447 ♪ Cops throw 'em in a truck Lock niggas up ♪ 1338 00:50:49,447 --> 00:50:51,315 ♪ Circle getting smaller Every day ♪ 1339 00:50:51,315 --> 00:50:52,750 [saw whirs] 1340 00:50:52,750 --> 00:50:55,787 ♪ Life getting shorter Every day ♪ 1341 00:50:55,787 --> 00:50:59,157 ♪ I got 20/20 eyesight But in hindsight ♪ 1342 00:50:59,157 --> 00:51:00,691 ♪ Tell my brothers Get your mind right ♪ 1343 00:51:00,691 --> 00:51:02,360 ♪ Just survive life ♪ 1344 00:51:02,360 --> 00:51:04,295 ♪ Niggas modernize Crime ties ♪ 1345 00:51:04,295 --> 00:51:05,530 ♪ It's the zeitgeist ♪ 1346 00:51:05,530 --> 00:51:07,532 ♪ Bank linked To your timeline ♪ 1347 00:51:07,532 --> 00:51:09,133 ♪ What's the Wi-Fi? ♪ 1348 00:51:09,133 --> 00:51:10,501 ♪ Innocent I swear I'm innocent ♪ 1349 00:51:10,501 --> 00:51:11,602 ♪ For my own benefit ♪ 1350 00:51:11,602 --> 00:51:13,137 ♪ It's mind control ♪ 1351 00:51:13,137 --> 00:51:15,606 ♪ As soon as God forgive me I'ma sin again ♪ 1352 00:51:15,606 --> 00:51:18,609 ♪ ♪ 1353 00:51:21,579 --> 00:51:23,548 ♪ Ain't nobody I can trust ♪ 1354 00:51:23,548 --> 00:51:25,249 ♪ My niggas getting stuck ♪ 1355 00:51:25,249 --> 00:51:27,852 ♪ Cops throw 'em in a truck Lock niggas up ♪ 1356 00:51:27,852 --> 00:51:31,088 ♪ Circle getting smaller Every day ♪ 1357 00:51:31,088 --> 00:51:32,657 ♪ Life getting shorter Every day ♪ 1358 00:51:32,657 --> 00:51:34,158 [knock at door] 1359 00:51:40,531 --> 00:51:41,699 [Tariq] Oh, what's up? 1360 00:51:41,699 --> 00:51:43,868 Um, Zeke's not here. 1361 00:51:43,868 --> 00:51:45,770 I know. 1362 00:51:45,770 --> 00:51:48,372 Cane said you knew my Uncle Frank was a snitch. 1363 00:51:48,372 --> 00:51:50,308 I wanted to ask you how. 1364 00:51:53,211 --> 00:51:54,846 What, Monet send you? 1365 00:51:54,846 --> 00:51:56,881 Nah. I was impressed. 1366 00:51:56,881 --> 00:51:58,316 You got game. 1367 00:51:58,316 --> 00:52:00,184 You know, when you know what you're looking for, 1368 00:52:00,184 --> 00:52:02,119 people are easier to read than a fucking PDF. 1369 00:52:02,119 --> 00:52:05,623 [laughs] That's a college-ass joke, nigga. 1370 00:52:05,623 --> 00:52:08,860 [Tariq] No, but, um... can I ask you something? 1371 00:52:08,860 --> 00:52:10,328 What's up? 1372 00:52:11,829 --> 00:52:14,398 You have a way of talking to your father? 1373 00:52:14,398 --> 00:52:15,867 Why? 1374 00:52:15,867 --> 00:52:19,136 Do you think he could get something to my mom inside? 1375 00:52:19,136 --> 00:52:21,506 I'ma need you to hide it in a book. 1376 00:52:21,506 --> 00:52:24,509 [hip-hop music plays] 1377 00:52:24,509 --> 00:52:25,776 [knock at door] 1378 00:52:27,211 --> 00:52:29,780 -Where you been? -Stansfield. 1379 00:52:29,780 --> 00:52:31,782 And I know something you don't. 1380 00:52:31,782 --> 00:52:33,851 Tariq's mom needs a friend inside. 1381 00:52:33,851 --> 00:52:36,220 He asked if I can get her a morning-after pill. 1382 00:52:37,321 --> 00:52:39,323 [Monet] Hmm. 1383 00:52:39,323 --> 00:52:41,192 I can work with that. 1384 00:52:41,192 --> 00:52:44,195 ♪ ♪ 1385 00:52:45,196 --> 00:52:47,164 -[buzzer blares] -[guard] Lights out, ladies. 1386 00:52:47,164 --> 00:52:50,167 ♪ ♪ 1387 00:52:51,769 --> 00:52:54,205 [indistinct chatter] 1388 00:52:54,205 --> 00:52:57,208 [dramatic music plays] 1389 00:52:57,208 --> 00:53:00,211 ♪ ♪ 1390 00:53:06,384 --> 00:53:09,587 [indistinct chatter] 1391 00:53:09,587 --> 00:53:12,590 ♪ ♪ 1392 00:53:18,396 --> 00:53:19,830 [line trills] 1393 00:53:19,830 --> 00:53:22,833 ♪ ♪ 1394 00:53:23,668 --> 00:53:26,704 [cell phone buzzing] 1395 00:53:26,704 --> 00:53:29,707 ♪ ♪ 1396 00:53:30,975 --> 00:53:31,976 [Tariq] Hello? 1397 00:53:31,976 --> 00:53:33,277 [sighing] Oh. 1398 00:53:33,277 --> 00:53:34,612 [laughs] 1399 00:53:34,612 --> 00:53:37,748 -Tariq, how did you do this? -Ma? 1400 00:53:37,748 --> 00:53:39,450 [Tasha] Baby, what you did today-- 1401 00:53:39,450 --> 00:53:41,752 I am so proud of you. 1402 00:53:41,752 --> 00:53:43,421 But I need to know, 1403 00:53:43,421 --> 00:53:45,489 how are you paying for Davis, 'Riq? 1404 00:53:45,489 --> 00:53:47,692 Because I can't have you out there, 1405 00:53:47,692 --> 00:53:48,793 getting yourself into trouble. 1406 00:53:48,793 --> 00:53:49,894 Ma, listen. 1407 00:53:49,894 --> 00:53:51,729 Remember how Ghost always used to say 1408 00:53:51,729 --> 00:53:53,230 there's only two ways drug dealers end up: 1409 00:53:53,230 --> 00:53:54,966 dead or in jail? 1410 00:53:54,966 --> 00:53:56,901 Well, I think I found another way. 1411 00:53:56,901 --> 00:53:59,303 [Nvy Jonez Lkr's "It's Alright" playing] 1412 00:53:59,303 --> 00:54:02,306 ♪ Couple battle scars We gon' die hard ♪ 1413 00:54:02,306 --> 00:54:05,443 ♪ Frequent flights cruising Through the ozone... ♪ 1414 00:54:05,443 --> 00:54:06,444 [Cane] Shit. 1415 00:54:06,444 --> 00:54:07,845 ♪ I'm a Braveheart ♪ 1416 00:54:07,845 --> 00:54:09,614 ♪ You fucking bastards Never take my mojo ♪ 1417 00:54:09,614 --> 00:54:12,249 ♪ Overseas signing boobs Bitches catching seizures ♪ 1418 00:54:12,249 --> 00:54:13,851 ♪ Swear I planned this all From the bleachers ♪ 1419 00:54:13,851 --> 00:54:15,453 ♪ No features ♪ 1420 00:54:15,453 --> 00:54:16,787 ♪ Shades and monsters Pills and sponsors ♪ 1421 00:54:16,787 --> 00:54:18,389 ♪ Rock and roll And sex partners ♪ 1422 00:54:18,389 --> 00:54:19,824 ♪ The fame is heartless ♪ 1423 00:54:19,824 --> 00:54:21,292 ♪ Try and spread Some knowledge ♪ 1424 00:54:21,292 --> 00:54:22,760 ♪ Pop, pop You sparkless ♪ 1425 00:54:22,760 --> 00:54:25,596 ♪ But music feeds the soul So I'ma eat regardless ♪ 1426 00:54:28,666 --> 00:54:30,034 Blue Label. 1427 00:54:31,602 --> 00:54:33,404 What do you want? 1428 00:54:33,404 --> 00:54:34,739 Cane'll be back soon. 1429 00:54:34,739 --> 00:54:36,574 [laughs] Can't bring you a present 1430 00:54:36,574 --> 00:54:37,742 without getting the third degree? 1431 00:54:37,742 --> 00:54:40,745 [dramatic music plays] 1432 00:54:40,745 --> 00:54:43,748 ♪ ♪ 1433 00:54:45,383 --> 00:54:46,651 Snitch papers? 1434 00:54:46,651 --> 00:54:49,286 Frank Castillo went missing today. 1435 00:54:49,286 --> 00:54:50,388 You know anything about that? 1436 00:54:50,388 --> 00:54:51,555 Well, shit, if he was a snitch, 1437 00:54:51,555 --> 00:54:52,757 it could've been anybody, right? 1438 00:54:52,757 --> 00:54:53,924 So why the fuck do you let a snitch 1439 00:54:53,924 --> 00:54:56,293 come up in my crib without warning? 1440 00:54:56,293 --> 00:54:58,029 These papers don't do shit for me now. 1441 00:54:58,029 --> 00:54:59,630 Neither does that bullshit bottle. 1442 00:54:59,630 --> 00:55:01,666 Hey, come on. Why you gotta be like that? 1443 00:55:01,666 --> 00:55:03,067 Because you coming up in my house, 1444 00:55:03,067 --> 00:55:04,502 telling me how you gonna give me 1445 00:55:04,502 --> 00:55:06,537 more than Lorenzo, and you ain't protecting me. 1446 00:55:06,537 --> 00:55:07,805 [Ramirez] I just found out. 1447 00:55:07,805 --> 00:55:10,875 You think I'd let that happen if I knew? 1448 00:55:10,875 --> 00:55:14,345 Mo, I swear, I got you. 1449 00:55:15,312 --> 00:55:17,415 How can I prove it to you? 1450 00:55:17,415 --> 00:55:18,883 Fine. 1451 00:55:18,883 --> 00:55:21,719 I'll give you a chance to redeem yourself. 1452 00:55:21,719 --> 00:55:22,953 What can you find out for me 1453 00:55:22,953 --> 00:55:25,890 on a kid named Tariq St. Patrick? 1454 00:55:25,890 --> 00:55:27,591 [Kaleb Mitchell's "Out The Mud" playing] 1455 00:55:27,591 --> 00:55:30,828 ♪ Yeah, they said I couldn't Do this, so I did it ♪ 1456 00:55:30,828 --> 00:55:33,564 ♪ I ain't had no option But to get it ♪ 1457 00:55:33,564 --> 00:55:36,901 ♪ I been ten toes down Since the beginning ♪ 1458 00:55:36,901 --> 00:55:39,737 ♪ Got it out the mud Now I'm winning, ay ♪ 1459 00:55:39,737 --> 00:55:42,773 ♪ I done got a lot of people In they feelings lately ♪ 1460 00:55:42,773 --> 00:55:45,743 ♪ Numb to the bull, you ain't Gotta feel me, baby ♪ 1461 00:55:45,743 --> 00:55:47,378 ♪ Suckers talk like they Want beef ♪ 1462 00:55:47,378 --> 00:55:48,813 ♪ But it's all gravy ♪ 1463 00:55:48,813 --> 00:55:50,081 ♪ Stay inside your lane ♪ 1464 00:55:50,081 --> 00:55:51,749 ♪ Don't let this get R-rated ♪ 1465 00:55:51,749 --> 00:55:53,584 ♪ Hey, young Kruger I might pop out ♪ 1466 00:55:53,584 --> 00:55:55,019 ♪ When y'all least expect it Ooh ♪ 1467 00:55:55,019 --> 00:55:56,620 ♪ Why you didn't sign? ♪ 1468 00:55:56,620 --> 00:55:58,089 ♪ Hell, I'm trying to keep My records, ooh ♪ 1469 00:55:58,089 --> 00:55:59,824 ♪ Please try To name somebody ♪ 1470 00:55:59,824 --> 00:56:01,358 ♪ That's been This consistent ♪ 1471 00:56:01,358 --> 00:56:02,660 ♪ Put a hundred up ♪ 1472 00:56:02,660 --> 00:56:04,028 ♪ And I came back With zero misses ♪ 1473 00:56:04,028 --> 00:56:05,563 ♪ Back to, back to, back to ♪ 1474 00:56:05,563 --> 00:56:06,931 ♪ Back to, back to, back to Back on y'all ♪ 1475 00:56:06,931 --> 00:56:08,632 ♪ For every rat Up in the kitchen ♪ 1476 00:56:08,632 --> 00:56:10,601 ♪ I need plaques Up on the wall, ay ♪ 1477 00:56:10,601 --> 00:56:12,870 ♪ Young bull went And turned into the man ♪ 1478 00:56:12,870 --> 00:56:14,572 ♪ We ain't have no AC ♪ 1479 00:56:14,572 --> 00:56:16,841 ♪ Homey, I was really rapping To them fans when they ♪ 1480 00:56:16,841 --> 00:56:19,977 ♪ Yeah, they said I couldn't Do this, so I did it ♪ 1481 00:56:19,977 --> 00:56:22,747 ♪ I ain't have no option But to get it ♪ 1482 00:56:22,747 --> 00:56:26,083 ♪ I been ten toes down Since the beginning ♪ 1483 00:56:26,083 --> 00:56:28,819 ♪ Got it out the mud Now I'm winning, ay ♪ 1484 00:56:28,819 --> 00:56:31,956 ♪ Know that I was gon' be More than a statistic ♪ 1485 00:56:31,956 --> 00:56:34,925 ♪ Five-oh look at me Like just another nigga ♪ 1486 00:56:34,925 --> 00:56:36,627 ♪ My whole life I saw the stares ♪ 1487 00:56:36,627 --> 00:56:37,962 ♪ I heard them whispers ♪ 101344

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