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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:03,365 --> 00:00:05,666 - Who do you want to see first, John? 2 00:00:05,766 --> 00:00:07,767 - Surprise me. 3 00:00:09,088 --> 00:00:11,209 - Hey, Andrea! Bring him! 4 00:00:13,210 --> 00:00:14,271 This is Little Joe Cash. 5 00:00:14,371 --> 00:00:16,312 Nine-year-old stallion. 6 00:00:16,412 --> 00:00:18,513 He's a NHRA Futurity winner, 7 00:00:18,613 --> 00:00:21,354 AQHA world champion. 8 00:00:21,454 --> 00:00:23,755 He's a CRHA Challenge Futurity winner. 9 00:00:23,855 --> 00:00:26,317 The only thing he ain't won is the Kentucky Derby, 10 00:00:26,417 --> 00:00:28,118 and that's 'cause he ain't no fucking racehorse. 11 00:00:28,218 --> 00:00:29,919 - How much? 12 00:00:30,019 --> 00:00:32,480 - Mm... I could get 'em bought for about five. 13 00:00:32,580 --> 00:00:35,481 - 500 seems cheap for a Futurity winner. 14 00:00:35,581 --> 00:00:37,082 [horse snorts] 15 00:00:37,182 --> 00:00:38,043 - Five million. 16 00:00:38,143 --> 00:00:39,403 - [scoffs] 17 00:00:39,503 --> 00:00:41,164 Ah, for hell's sake, Travis. 18 00:00:41,264 --> 00:00:42,725 - [chuckles] You said bring the best. 19 00:00:42,825 --> 00:00:44,566 That's the best right there. 20 00:00:44,666 --> 00:00:47,287 - Does it say "I just moved here from San Diego" 21 00:00:47,387 --> 00:00:48,888 on my goddamn hatband? 22 00:00:48,988 --> 00:00:50,889 - He's got a $4,000 stud fee, okay? 23 00:00:50,989 --> 00:00:52,290 He's booked for the full season, 24 00:00:52,390 --> 00:00:53,571 booking up for next year. 25 00:00:53,671 --> 00:00:54,971 He pays for himself in three years, 26 00:00:55,071 --> 00:00:56,492 all right? And then he keeps paying you. 27 00:00:56,592 --> 00:00:57,533 You want to see a cheaper horse? 28 00:00:57,633 --> 00:00:58,573 You want to see a $200,000 horse? 29 00:00:58,673 --> 00:01:00,214 Let me show you. Hey, Tom! 30 00:01:00,314 --> 00:01:01,455 Bring him down! 31 00:01:01,555 --> 00:01:03,215 [driving rock music] 32 00:01:03,315 --> 00:01:05,316 - That's pretty fancy. 33 00:01:08,718 --> 00:01:10,499 - He's got about 100,000 in earnings. 34 00:01:10,599 --> 00:01:12,260 You gotta put this one on the road. 35 00:01:12,360 --> 00:01:14,021 You gotta go in. There's no guarantee with his babies, 36 00:01:14,121 --> 00:01:15,982 all right? He makes nice foals, but... 37 00:01:16,082 --> 00:01:18,863 ♪ ♪ 38 00:01:18,963 --> 00:01:20,864 - What's that one Tim's on? 39 00:01:20,964 --> 00:01:22,185 - That's Custom-Made Gun. 40 00:01:22,285 --> 00:01:23,586 That's that horse that 41 00:01:23,686 --> 00:01:25,027 Kate McCutcheon's winning everything on. 42 00:01:25,127 --> 00:01:27,028 Hey, Tim! Bring him down! 43 00:01:27,128 --> 00:01:31,870 ♪ ♪ 44 00:01:31,970 --> 00:01:33,271 [chuckles] 45 00:01:33,371 --> 00:01:34,591 He's angry and mean. 46 00:01:34,691 --> 00:01:36,072 You gotta have your big boy pants on 47 00:01:36,172 --> 00:01:38,113 when you ride that one. 48 00:01:38,213 --> 00:01:39,674 You could probably get him bought for about a million. 49 00:01:39,774 --> 00:01:41,635 Okay? He's got 200,000 in earnings. 50 00:01:41,735 --> 00:01:44,036 But if you're looking to raise Cadillac Ranch horses, 51 00:01:44,136 --> 00:01:45,717 that is your stud. 52 00:01:45,817 --> 00:01:48,799 ♪ ♪ 53 00:01:48,899 --> 00:01:51,600 - Why don't we just breed the one Kayce gave you? 54 00:01:51,700 --> 00:01:54,241 - No one can ride the damn thing, Jamie. 55 00:01:54,341 --> 00:01:56,122 Which one do you like? 56 00:01:56,222 --> 00:01:58,243 - I like that $5 million bastard 57 00:01:58,343 --> 00:01:59,644 that just spun a hole in the ground, 58 00:01:59,744 --> 00:02:01,045 but it ain't my money. 59 00:02:01,145 --> 00:02:03,326 - We can't do it. 60 00:02:03,426 --> 00:02:05,207 - Don't ever tell me what I can and can't do. 61 00:02:05,307 --> 00:02:08,008 [ominous music] 62 00:02:08,108 --> 00:02:15,112 ♪ ♪ 63 00:02:19,514 --> 00:02:22,416 [solemn orchestral music] 64 00:02:22,516 --> 00:02:29,439 ♪ ♪ 65 00:02:45,447 --> 00:02:52,451 ♪ ♪ 66 00:03:06,938 --> 00:03:13,742 ♪ ♪ 67 00:03:21,826 --> 00:03:23,447 Well, they gotta transfer him somewhere, 68 00:03:23,547 --> 00:03:25,168 and if they haven't... 69 00:03:25,268 --> 00:03:26,608 If they haven't called you for the transfer, 70 00:03:26,708 --> 00:03:28,709 then it's gotta be federal, right? 71 00:03:31,271 --> 00:03:33,892 Okay, well can you reach out to the BIA and FBI, 72 00:03:33,992 --> 00:03:35,993 see if they've had any transfer requests? 73 00:03:37,594 --> 00:03:39,695 Be vague, all right? Don't use Kayce's name. 74 00:03:39,795 --> 00:03:41,656 I don't want to-- I don't want to open a door 75 00:03:41,756 --> 00:03:43,017 we can't close. 76 00:03:43,117 --> 00:03:44,818 Hold on a second. 77 00:03:44,918 --> 00:03:46,378 - I checked with the federal court in Billings. 78 00:03:46,478 --> 00:03:48,019 No warrant was issued there, 79 00:03:48,119 --> 00:03:50,300 and nothing from the Park County Court either. 80 00:03:50,400 --> 00:03:52,481 - Walter, get back to me on this. 81 00:03:54,683 --> 00:03:56,824 What do you think they got him for? 82 00:03:56,924 --> 00:03:58,925 - Fingers crossed it's the rez thing. 83 00:04:00,525 --> 00:04:03,247 - Yeah. 84 00:04:09,330 --> 00:04:11,391 Take the chopper. 85 00:04:11,491 --> 00:04:13,492 Don't waste time in a car. 86 00:04:15,093 --> 00:04:17,094 Jamie... 87 00:04:18,655 --> 00:04:20,716 Don't leave there without him, son. 88 00:04:20,816 --> 00:04:22,817 - I won't. 89 00:04:24,658 --> 00:04:26,899 Vigo, I'm gonna need the chopper. 90 00:04:29,300 --> 00:04:31,641 - Had breakfast? 91 00:04:31,741 --> 00:04:34,163 - Not hungry. 92 00:04:34,263 --> 00:04:36,804 - How 'bout you, Tate? 93 00:04:36,904 --> 00:04:40,366 Or maybe just skip straight to desert? 94 00:04:40,466 --> 00:04:42,887 - Like, what kind of desert? 95 00:04:42,987 --> 00:04:45,168 - Well, there's some cookies 96 00:04:45,268 --> 00:04:47,369 in there the size of pie plates. 97 00:04:47,469 --> 00:04:48,530 - Big cookie! 98 00:04:48,630 --> 00:04:51,111 - Well, they ain't small. 99 00:04:53,152 --> 00:04:55,153 - Go ahead. 100 00:04:57,074 --> 00:04:59,736 - Wouldn't say what they picked him up for. 101 00:04:59,836 --> 00:05:02,617 - They wouldn't tell me at the station either. 102 00:05:02,717 --> 00:05:04,718 - No arraignment date? - Mm-mm. 103 00:05:07,239 --> 00:05:09,341 - Sounds to me like they're... 104 00:05:09,441 --> 00:05:11,502 They're looking, that's all. 105 00:05:11,602 --> 00:05:13,703 - Don't have to look far with Kayce. 106 00:05:13,803 --> 00:05:15,103 - We'll get him out of this, 107 00:05:15,203 --> 00:05:17,184 don't you worry. 108 00:05:17,284 --> 00:05:19,666 You have my word. 109 00:05:19,766 --> 00:05:22,547 And after I do, 110 00:05:22,647 --> 00:05:23,668 you two need to think about 111 00:05:23,768 --> 00:05:26,269 what's best for your family. 112 00:05:26,369 --> 00:05:29,151 - I'm not sure what you mean. 113 00:05:29,251 --> 00:05:31,272 - Living day to day isn't living, Monica, 114 00:05:31,372 --> 00:05:32,872 it's surviving, 115 00:05:32,972 --> 00:05:34,973 with no regard for tomorrow. 116 00:05:37,095 --> 00:05:39,536 - Boy, you weren't kidding. 117 00:05:41,137 --> 00:05:42,918 - Yeah, well, 118 00:05:43,018 --> 00:05:45,239 you should've brought two. 119 00:05:45,339 --> 00:05:47,840 Let me see that one. 120 00:05:47,940 --> 00:05:50,321 Yeah, you're gonna have to go get another one, 121 00:05:50,421 --> 00:05:51,322 'cause this one's mine. 122 00:05:51,422 --> 00:05:52,522 - Hey! - Yeah. 123 00:05:52,622 --> 00:05:54,203 [chuckling] 124 00:05:54,303 --> 00:05:56,725 Yeah. 125 00:05:56,825 --> 00:05:59,546 Tomorrow's the only thing a parent is supposed to live for. 126 00:06:01,507 --> 00:06:04,508 [helicopter revving up] 127 00:06:08,470 --> 00:06:11,552 [helicopter whirring] 128 00:06:23,318 --> 00:06:26,220 [dramatic music] 129 00:06:26,320 --> 00:06:27,980 ♪ ♪ 130 00:06:28,080 --> 00:06:30,282 - Is there anything that you want to tell us? 131 00:06:33,203 --> 00:06:35,204 - I'd like an attorney. 132 00:06:37,045 --> 00:06:39,786 - The rez is a little short of attorneys, Kayce. 133 00:06:39,886 --> 00:06:42,068 Besides, there's the element of trust 134 00:06:42,168 --> 00:06:45,389 that I thought we had established amongst us. 135 00:06:45,489 --> 00:06:46,990 I guess I was wrong. 136 00:06:47,090 --> 00:06:49,231 - We found the burned bodies of two men. 137 00:06:49,331 --> 00:06:51,953 Bullets in the skeletons are a ballistic match 138 00:06:52,053 --> 00:06:53,674 for the barrel I gave you. 139 00:06:53,774 --> 00:06:57,435 - That has to be explained, Kayce. 140 00:06:57,535 --> 00:06:59,356 - I found a van, 141 00:06:59,456 --> 00:07:03,699 the kind that predators drive, you know what I mean? 142 00:07:04,939 --> 00:07:07,441 And I was walking up to it, 143 00:07:07,541 --> 00:07:09,882 and the guy started shooting at me. 144 00:07:09,982 --> 00:07:12,223 I found a girl inside the van. 145 00:07:13,624 --> 00:07:15,625 - What girl? 146 00:07:16,985 --> 00:07:19,587 - It was Danny Trudeau's daughter. 147 00:07:23,309 --> 00:07:24,609 I gave her a ride home, 148 00:07:24,709 --> 00:07:26,730 said we should call the police. 149 00:07:26,830 --> 00:07:28,731 He didn't want the attention 150 00:07:28,831 --> 00:07:30,572 for her, 151 00:07:30,672 --> 00:07:32,893 after what she had been through. 152 00:07:32,993 --> 00:07:35,735 - What did she go through? 153 00:07:35,835 --> 00:07:37,956 - What do you think she went through? 154 00:07:39,957 --> 00:07:42,258 Danny offered to... 155 00:07:42,358 --> 00:07:43,859 Bury the bodies, 156 00:07:43,959 --> 00:07:45,300 and some of his men came out and helped. 157 00:07:45,400 --> 00:07:46,941 And that was it. 158 00:07:47,041 --> 00:07:49,042 - That story's easy enough to check out. 159 00:07:50,722 --> 00:07:53,584 - Even if it's a legal killing, Kayce, 160 00:07:53,684 --> 00:07:54,985 hiding the body-- 161 00:07:55,085 --> 00:07:56,666 - I don't have a right to make a decision 162 00:07:56,766 --> 00:07:59,987 that's gonna affect another man's child. 163 00:08:00,087 --> 00:08:01,668 He asked me. 164 00:08:01,768 --> 00:08:03,629 So who was I to say no? 165 00:08:03,729 --> 00:08:05,590 - Well, what's legal and what's right 166 00:08:05,690 --> 00:08:07,691 isn't always the same thing. 167 00:08:13,814 --> 00:08:15,195 - Did he waive his right to an attorney? 168 00:08:15,295 --> 00:08:16,436 - He requested an attorney, 169 00:08:16,536 --> 00:08:18,437 and like magic, one appears. 170 00:08:18,537 --> 00:08:21,238 But I guess magic is easy with daddy's helicopter, hm? 171 00:08:21,338 --> 00:08:23,399 - Mm-hm. Let's go. 172 00:08:23,499 --> 00:08:24,960 - I think there's stuff 173 00:08:25,060 --> 00:08:27,001 we should figure out before we do. 174 00:08:27,101 --> 00:08:30,363 - Oh, is that your legal opinion, Kayce? 175 00:08:30,463 --> 00:08:32,244 Fine. 176 00:08:32,344 --> 00:08:35,245 Let's figure it out. 177 00:08:35,345 --> 00:08:36,726 - I have a ballistics report 178 00:08:36,826 --> 00:08:39,567 on bullets found in skeletal remains 179 00:08:39,667 --> 00:08:42,409 that match a gun in Kayce's possession. 180 00:08:42,509 --> 00:08:43,769 - May I see this weapon 181 00:08:43,869 --> 00:08:46,771 and the warrant obtained to seize it? 182 00:08:46,871 --> 00:08:48,212 - I didn't need a warrant. 183 00:08:48,312 --> 00:08:49,492 Ballistics were on file. 184 00:08:49,592 --> 00:08:51,013 - Hm... 185 00:08:51,113 --> 00:08:52,974 Well, I can't wait to hear the reason 186 00:08:53,074 --> 00:08:55,115 why there's a ballistics report on a privately owned firearm. 187 00:08:58,357 --> 00:09:00,958 - I was... It's his barrel. 188 00:09:04,960 --> 00:09:06,961 We traded. 189 00:09:08,242 --> 00:09:10,463 - Is that true, Ben? 190 00:09:10,563 --> 00:09:11,904 Did you trade the barrel 191 00:09:12,004 --> 00:09:13,625 of your government-issued service pistol 192 00:09:13,725 --> 00:09:15,225 to a private citizen? 193 00:09:15,325 --> 00:09:17,066 Is there any record of this trade? 194 00:09:17,166 --> 00:09:18,747 Are there any witnesses? 195 00:09:18,847 --> 00:09:20,548 Are there any witnesses to the shooting in question? 196 00:09:20,648 --> 00:09:21,709 Is there any forensic evidence 197 00:09:21,809 --> 00:09:23,350 that ties my brother to the scene 198 00:09:23,450 --> 00:09:24,710 other than a ballistics match 199 00:09:24,810 --> 00:09:26,811 to your weapon? 200 00:09:29,373 --> 00:09:30,873 - No. 201 00:09:30,973 --> 00:09:32,314 - Oh, you see where I'm going with this. 202 00:09:32,414 --> 00:09:34,915 - [chuckles] 203 00:09:35,015 --> 00:09:37,477 I heard you were good. 204 00:09:37,577 --> 00:09:39,758 I'll check out Kayce's story. 205 00:09:39,858 --> 00:09:40,959 And if it's true, 206 00:09:41,059 --> 00:09:43,240 which it seems likely, 207 00:09:43,340 --> 00:09:44,760 to prosecute him 208 00:09:44,860 --> 00:09:46,481 means I would have to prosecute 209 00:09:46,581 --> 00:09:48,762 the father of the abducted girl. 210 00:09:48,862 --> 00:09:50,683 The last thing I want to do 211 00:09:50,783 --> 00:09:52,684 is punish a member of my family 212 00:09:52,784 --> 00:09:55,886 for fighting being a victim. 213 00:09:55,986 --> 00:09:58,888 So maybe there's a more elegant solution 214 00:09:58,988 --> 00:10:02,329 for this dilemma we find ourselves in. 215 00:10:02,429 --> 00:10:03,810 - As long as that solution 216 00:10:03,910 --> 00:10:07,092 includes Kayce coming with me, now. 217 00:10:07,192 --> 00:10:09,133 - Shouldn't be a problem. 218 00:10:09,233 --> 00:10:12,094 Ben? 219 00:10:12,194 --> 00:10:13,455 - I think that we should-- 220 00:10:13,555 --> 00:10:15,856 - Are both of these weapons here? 221 00:10:15,956 --> 00:10:17,097 I think it's time for you two 222 00:10:17,197 --> 00:10:18,378 to trade barrels back. 223 00:10:18,478 --> 00:10:20,479 Doesn't that seem smart? 224 00:10:21,599 --> 00:10:22,940 - Seems premature. 225 00:10:23,040 --> 00:10:24,981 - Oh, I didn't expect you to like it. 226 00:10:25,081 --> 00:10:27,242 But it does solve problems for both of us. 227 00:10:39,808 --> 00:10:41,669 Okay. All right. Hang on, hang on. 228 00:10:41,769 --> 00:10:43,770 Hand me Kayce's. 229 00:10:45,171 --> 00:10:46,392 - I was gonna put this-- 230 00:10:46,492 --> 00:10:47,993 - Forgive me if I need to ease my way 231 00:10:48,093 --> 00:10:50,094 into this circle of trust. 232 00:11:02,100 --> 00:11:06,482 Contact me when there's a solution to discuss. 233 00:11:06,582 --> 00:11:10,484 - I'll do that. 234 00:11:10,584 --> 00:11:12,285 - I need the rest of it. 235 00:11:12,385 --> 00:11:14,646 - Not on your life. 236 00:11:14,746 --> 00:11:17,768 [dramatic music] 237 00:11:17,868 --> 00:11:20,089 - I assume you have the slugs to Kayce's barrel? 238 00:11:20,189 --> 00:11:23,250 ♪ ♪ 239 00:11:23,350 --> 00:11:24,491 I think we've been worrying 240 00:11:24,591 --> 00:11:26,852 about the wrong Dutton. 241 00:11:26,952 --> 00:11:30,294 - Ah, lawyers don't scare me. 242 00:11:30,394 --> 00:11:33,856 - They should. No one knows how to break the law better. 243 00:11:33,956 --> 00:11:35,897 - Can you give me a ride home? 244 00:11:35,997 --> 00:11:38,938 To my house? 245 00:11:39,038 --> 00:11:40,699 I just want to see my family, Jamie. 246 00:11:40,799 --> 00:11:43,021 - They're at the ranch. 247 00:11:43,121 --> 00:11:46,302 Yeah, she swallowed a lot of pride for you. 248 00:11:46,402 --> 00:11:47,783 But don't we all? 249 00:11:47,883 --> 00:11:50,724 [helicopter whirring] 250 00:12:15,577 --> 00:12:19,219 ♪ ♪ 251 00:12:23,621 --> 00:12:25,622 [buzzer sounds] 252 00:12:48,674 --> 00:12:50,935 - Hey! 253 00:12:51,035 --> 00:12:53,036 Hey! 254 00:13:03,601 --> 00:13:05,422 What's your name? 255 00:13:05,522 --> 00:13:07,143 - Walker. 256 00:13:07,243 --> 00:13:08,624 - Yeah, what's your first name? 257 00:13:08,724 --> 00:13:10,305 - That is my first name. 258 00:13:10,405 --> 00:13:12,226 - All right, well what's your last name, then? 259 00:13:12,326 --> 00:13:14,527 - None of your fucking business. I don't know you. 260 00:13:17,288 --> 00:13:20,370 - You a cowboy, or did you suck somebody's dick for that hat? 261 00:13:23,732 --> 00:13:25,893 - By the looks of your truck, you've been sucking plenty. 262 00:13:29,254 --> 00:13:31,596 - Well, we're looking for a hand, 263 00:13:31,696 --> 00:13:32,836 if you think you're one. 264 00:13:32,936 --> 00:13:34,197 - I'm cowboy enough. 265 00:13:34,297 --> 00:13:35,438 - Yeah? 266 00:13:35,538 --> 00:13:37,319 Where'd you work at? 267 00:13:37,419 --> 00:13:38,919 - Four-sixes, 268 00:13:39,019 --> 00:13:40,600 the Waggoner, Tongue River, 269 00:13:40,700 --> 00:13:41,841 Pitchfork. 270 00:13:41,941 --> 00:13:43,562 - You're down in Texas then, huh? 271 00:13:43,662 --> 00:13:45,243 - Yeah. - Mm-hmm. 272 00:13:45,343 --> 00:13:46,923 - I was up here day-working on the Galt 273 00:13:47,023 --> 00:13:48,044 when I got into this mess. 274 00:13:48,144 --> 00:13:50,165 - Good outfit. 275 00:13:50,265 --> 00:13:52,326 - Yeah, they run a pretty tight ship. 276 00:13:52,426 --> 00:13:54,567 - Mm-hmm. 277 00:13:54,667 --> 00:13:56,668 What were you in for? 278 00:13:58,549 --> 00:14:01,171 - Manslaughter. 279 00:14:01,271 --> 00:14:03,172 - Well, walk me through it. 280 00:14:03,272 --> 00:14:05,253 I got to know. 281 00:14:05,353 --> 00:14:08,134 - Really ain't much to know. 282 00:14:08,234 --> 00:14:09,735 Dude got mouthy at a bar 283 00:14:09,835 --> 00:14:12,737 and swung on me, I swung back. 284 00:14:12,837 --> 00:14:14,537 Hit him right between the eyes. 285 00:14:14,637 --> 00:14:16,799 Fucker just went down and died. 286 00:14:18,359 --> 00:14:19,660 Can't explain it. 287 00:14:19,760 --> 00:14:22,101 - That's some punch, Walker. 288 00:14:22,201 --> 00:14:24,202 - These windmills will swing. 289 00:14:25,563 --> 00:14:28,505 - They're done swinging, if you come work for me. 290 00:14:28,605 --> 00:14:30,426 - Shit, they're done swinging if I don't. 291 00:14:30,526 --> 00:14:33,187 I ain't never going back in that son of a bitch. 292 00:14:33,287 --> 00:14:35,288 - Put your shit in the back. 293 00:14:49,175 --> 00:14:50,596 Cons gotta pay a price 294 00:14:50,696 --> 00:14:52,697 to work for Yellowstone. 295 00:14:54,218 --> 00:14:56,319 - Yeah, so I heard. 296 00:14:56,419 --> 00:14:58,320 - Oh, yeah? 297 00:14:58,420 --> 00:15:01,061 Well, you let me know now if you don't want to pay it. 298 00:15:04,383 --> 00:15:06,384 - What else am I gonna fucking do? 299 00:15:07,744 --> 00:15:10,046 - All right. 300 00:15:10,146 --> 00:15:12,947 [engine turns over] 301 00:15:26,074 --> 00:15:27,535 - The one thing I've never understood 302 00:15:27,635 --> 00:15:29,215 is how you could drink so much 303 00:15:29,315 --> 00:15:32,297 and never seem to be the least bit tipsy. 304 00:15:32,397 --> 00:15:33,618 - Adderall. 305 00:15:33,718 --> 00:15:36,099 - [chuckles] 306 00:15:36,199 --> 00:15:38,780 Then why drink alcohol in the first place? 307 00:15:38,880 --> 00:15:40,181 - What else am I gonna drink, Bob? 308 00:15:40,281 --> 00:15:42,342 A fucking Fresca? 309 00:15:42,442 --> 00:15:44,263 - [chuckles] 310 00:15:44,363 --> 00:15:46,304 Oh, Beth. 311 00:15:46,404 --> 00:15:48,625 I have missed you. 312 00:15:48,725 --> 00:15:50,626 How much longer is this sabbatical lasting? 313 00:15:50,726 --> 00:15:53,308 - A while, I'm afraid. 314 00:15:53,408 --> 00:15:55,909 - There's a lot of work waiting for you in Salt Lake. 315 00:15:56,009 --> 00:15:57,550 - I can work from my computer. 316 00:15:57,650 --> 00:15:59,471 - You can't take over a company on Skype, Beth. 317 00:15:59,571 --> 00:16:01,272 - Want to bet? 318 00:16:01,372 --> 00:16:03,153 Besides, I don't need to be in Salt Lake 319 00:16:03,253 --> 00:16:04,633 to kill companies, Bob. 320 00:16:04,733 --> 00:16:06,154 Look where you are. 321 00:16:06,254 --> 00:16:08,555 It's the Mecca of dumb money. 322 00:16:08,655 --> 00:16:10,797 I'm half-surprised I don't see trust fund babies 323 00:16:10,897 --> 00:16:12,758 walking here on I-90, barefoot, 324 00:16:12,858 --> 00:16:14,478 flogging themselves. 325 00:16:14,578 --> 00:16:16,159 It's the greatest concentration of wealth 326 00:16:16,259 --> 00:16:17,640 in the United States. 327 00:16:17,740 --> 00:16:21,122 Not New York, not LA, right here. 328 00:16:21,222 --> 00:16:23,163 I could throw a boomerang across that room 329 00:16:23,263 --> 00:16:25,264 and I'd hit five billionaires. 330 00:16:28,065 --> 00:16:29,766 - If I open an office here, would you run it? 331 00:16:29,866 --> 00:16:32,247 [lounge music] 332 00:16:32,347 --> 00:16:34,769 - [grunts] 333 00:16:34,869 --> 00:16:36,490 - Welcome. - Jenkins. 334 00:16:36,590 --> 00:16:38,691 - Right this way. 335 00:16:38,791 --> 00:16:42,293 - If I did, I know exactly the company I'd kill first. 336 00:16:42,393 --> 00:16:44,013 - You know Dan Jenkins? 337 00:16:44,113 --> 00:16:46,094 - Yeah, we met. 338 00:16:46,194 --> 00:16:47,695 - Mm. He's trying to open a version of this 339 00:16:47,795 --> 00:16:48,896 on the other side of town. 340 00:16:48,996 --> 00:16:50,777 - [chuckles] 341 00:16:50,877 --> 00:16:53,298 It's ripe to fall. 342 00:16:53,398 --> 00:16:54,579 He's not a friend, is he? 343 00:16:54,679 --> 00:16:56,580 - Of course he's a friend. 344 00:16:56,680 --> 00:16:58,981 But this is business. 345 00:16:59,081 --> 00:17:01,582 If you can kill it, kill it. 346 00:17:01,682 --> 00:17:03,623 ♪ ♪ 347 00:17:03,723 --> 00:17:05,224 - If you were 20 years younger, Bob... 348 00:17:05,324 --> 00:17:07,465 ♪ ♪ 349 00:17:07,565 --> 00:17:09,426 You want another? 350 00:17:09,526 --> 00:17:10,667 - [sighs] 351 00:17:10,767 --> 00:17:16,030 ♪ ♪ 352 00:17:16,130 --> 00:17:17,871 - Hey, Connor, two more. 353 00:17:17,971 --> 00:17:24,794 ♪ ♪ 354 00:17:24,894 --> 00:17:26,555 Oh, hi, Dan. 355 00:17:26,655 --> 00:17:28,236 Who's this? 356 00:17:28,336 --> 00:17:29,997 - I'm his wife. - Oh. 357 00:17:30,097 --> 00:17:31,798 Beth Dutton. 358 00:17:31,898 --> 00:17:34,839 I run Mergers and Acquisitions for Schwartz and Meyer. 359 00:17:34,939 --> 00:17:36,440 - So you work with Dan. 360 00:17:36,540 --> 00:17:37,881 - Oh, yeah. 361 00:17:37,981 --> 00:17:39,882 We flirted with a couple of things, right? 362 00:17:39,982 --> 00:17:42,243 ♪ ♪ 363 00:17:42,343 --> 00:17:44,404 Well, it's quite the shiner you've got there. 364 00:17:44,504 --> 00:17:47,446 - He was in a car wreck. 365 00:17:47,546 --> 00:17:49,647 - Those airbags, they sure pack a punch. 366 00:17:49,747 --> 00:17:52,008 ♪ ♪ 367 00:17:52,108 --> 00:17:55,730 So you guys out for a little afternoon cocktail? 368 00:17:55,830 --> 00:17:57,091 - It's the only kind. 369 00:17:57,191 --> 00:17:59,692 Whole city shuts down at 9:00. 370 00:17:59,792 --> 00:18:02,213 - Plenty of trouble if you know where to look. 371 00:18:02,313 --> 00:18:04,734 You should give me a call sometime. 372 00:18:04,834 --> 00:18:06,335 I'll help you find it. 373 00:18:06,435 --> 00:18:07,536 - [laughs] 374 00:18:07,636 --> 00:18:08,536 We could use some trouble. 375 00:18:08,636 --> 00:18:10,137 - Well, I'm your girl. 376 00:18:10,237 --> 00:18:12,018 - [laughs] 377 00:18:12,118 --> 00:18:14,780 Oh, my God, I think I finally made a friend here. 378 00:18:14,880 --> 00:18:16,340 [laughs] 379 00:18:16,440 --> 00:18:17,501 You're not leaving, are you? 380 00:18:17,601 --> 00:18:18,501 - Not on your life. 381 00:18:18,601 --> 00:18:20,102 - I'll be right back. 382 00:18:20,202 --> 00:18:21,543 - Okay. 383 00:18:21,643 --> 00:18:27,066 ♪ ♪ 384 00:18:27,166 --> 00:18:29,307 Remember what I said, Dan. 385 00:18:29,407 --> 00:18:30,908 Generations. 386 00:18:31,008 --> 00:18:32,989 - You think I'm gonna fuck you? - Mm! 387 00:18:33,089 --> 00:18:34,910 A deal's a deal. 388 00:18:35,010 --> 00:18:38,312 Besides, I'm not fucking you. 389 00:18:38,412 --> 00:18:40,152 I'm fucking her! 390 00:18:40,252 --> 00:18:42,193 And if you have a brother, I'm fucking him too. 391 00:18:42,293 --> 00:18:45,955 I am chopping your family tree down. 392 00:18:46,055 --> 00:18:49,037 Thank you. 393 00:18:49,137 --> 00:18:51,598 Send her over when she gets back, would you? 394 00:18:51,698 --> 00:18:58,602 ♪ ♪ 395 00:18:58,702 --> 00:19:00,763 - Beth... 396 00:19:00,863 --> 00:19:02,284 Be careful dealing with Dan. 397 00:19:02,384 --> 00:19:04,125 He's a scrapper. 398 00:19:04,225 --> 00:19:06,246 - When I'm done with that motherfucker, Bob, 399 00:19:06,346 --> 00:19:08,007 you will have custody of his kids. 400 00:19:08,107 --> 00:19:10,008 - [chuckles] 401 00:19:10,108 --> 00:19:12,249 ♪ ♪ 402 00:19:16,431 --> 00:19:18,432 [clunks] 403 00:19:22,794 --> 00:19:24,855 - This game's dumb. 404 00:19:24,955 --> 00:19:26,976 - Well, that's 'cause you're throwing at the trough. 405 00:19:27,076 --> 00:19:28,377 That ain't ever gonna work. 406 00:19:28,477 --> 00:19:29,538 You gotta throw it up in the air, 407 00:19:29,638 --> 00:19:31,098 let gravity do the work. 408 00:19:31,198 --> 00:19:32,699 Once you figure out the physics, 409 00:19:32,799 --> 00:19:34,800 you're gonna get a splash every time. 410 00:19:36,561 --> 00:19:37,942 [splash] 411 00:19:38,042 --> 00:19:39,983 - What's physics? 412 00:19:40,083 --> 00:19:42,224 - Physics is where you kind of figure in the distance 413 00:19:42,324 --> 00:19:44,745 and the weight of the rock, 414 00:19:44,845 --> 00:19:46,706 then you figure out how hard 415 00:19:46,806 --> 00:19:48,307 and how high to throw it. 416 00:19:48,407 --> 00:19:50,268 The farther away, the heavier the rock, 417 00:19:50,368 --> 00:19:52,369 the higher you gotta throw it. Watch. 418 00:19:53,770 --> 00:19:55,831 [splashes] 419 00:19:55,931 --> 00:19:57,932 You try. 420 00:20:01,334 --> 00:20:02,594 There you go! 421 00:20:02,694 --> 00:20:04,755 [chuckles] 422 00:20:04,855 --> 00:20:07,197 Take a step back and try again, all right? 423 00:20:07,297 --> 00:20:10,839 This time, tiny bit higher. 424 00:20:10,939 --> 00:20:13,320 - From here! 425 00:20:13,420 --> 00:20:15,421 - That's pretty far. 426 00:20:21,024 --> 00:20:22,805 Little too much sauce on that one. 427 00:20:22,905 --> 00:20:25,806 - Yeah, I should back off the sauce. 428 00:20:25,906 --> 00:20:27,907 - Go talk to your mom. 429 00:20:30,188 --> 00:20:32,810 [clunks] 430 00:20:32,910 --> 00:20:33,970 - You don't act like the man 431 00:20:34,070 --> 00:20:36,291 from the stories I've heard. 432 00:20:36,391 --> 00:20:39,253 - That's the thing about being a grandfather. 433 00:20:39,353 --> 00:20:42,054 I get to do all the things 434 00:20:42,154 --> 00:20:46,136 I wished I'd done with my children. 435 00:20:46,236 --> 00:20:49,778 The things I regret, I get... 436 00:20:49,878 --> 00:20:51,539 I get to do different. 437 00:20:51,639 --> 00:20:54,261 - It doesn't change the things you did, though. 438 00:20:54,361 --> 00:20:56,362 - No, it doesn't. 439 00:20:57,682 --> 00:21:00,344 [helicopter approaching] 440 00:21:00,444 --> 00:21:01,824 Come here, grandson! 441 00:21:01,924 --> 00:21:04,926 [helicopter whirring] 442 00:21:34,301 --> 00:21:36,322 - It's solved. 443 00:21:36,422 --> 00:21:38,043 - For now or for good? 444 00:21:38,143 --> 00:21:40,224 - It's behind us, both things, I think. 445 00:21:46,147 --> 00:21:48,148 - You and trouble... 446 00:21:50,429 --> 00:21:51,850 - Thanks for the help. 447 00:21:51,950 --> 00:21:53,971 - I need a little from you. 448 00:21:54,071 --> 00:21:56,072 - Figures. 449 00:21:57,393 --> 00:21:59,394 - You're not gonna mind this kind of work. 450 00:22:02,275 --> 00:22:05,177 - Hey, buddy. 451 00:22:05,277 --> 00:22:06,337 - You okay? 452 00:22:06,437 --> 00:22:07,618 - Fine. 453 00:22:07,718 --> 00:22:08,818 - Now that you got him here, 454 00:22:08,918 --> 00:22:11,340 we need to keep him here. 455 00:22:11,440 --> 00:22:13,021 I'm not losing another child. 456 00:22:13,121 --> 00:22:14,221 If he goes back, I'm gonna lose him. 457 00:22:14,321 --> 00:22:16,342 I can feel it in my bones. 458 00:22:16,442 --> 00:22:18,423 - How about I put in a call to Mel Thompson? 459 00:22:18,523 --> 00:22:20,985 - Now you're thinking smart. 460 00:22:21,085 --> 00:22:23,086 Kayce! 461 00:22:24,046 --> 00:22:26,047 - See you in a little bit. 462 00:22:27,808 --> 00:22:30,309 [cows lowing] 463 00:22:30,409 --> 00:22:32,991 - Hey, Jimmy! 464 00:22:33,091 --> 00:22:37,753 These cows ain't gonna doctor themselves! 465 00:22:37,853 --> 00:22:40,314 - Yo, Jimmy, you know you're supposed to ride it, right? 466 00:22:40,414 --> 00:22:43,756 Get on up, Jimmy! 467 00:22:43,856 --> 00:22:45,757 [cow moos] 468 00:22:45,857 --> 00:22:47,558 - [rattling breath] 469 00:22:47,658 --> 00:22:50,280 I hate this fucking job. 470 00:22:50,380 --> 00:22:52,681 I hate this fucking job, I hate this fucking job. 471 00:22:52,781 --> 00:22:55,782 [cows mooing] 472 00:23:01,305 --> 00:23:04,187 [sharp breath] 473 00:23:08,389 --> 00:23:10,090 [gasps] 474 00:23:10,190 --> 00:23:12,251 - Jimmy, get halfway up the fence 475 00:23:12,351 --> 00:23:14,352 and keep them from spilling back! 476 00:23:17,833 --> 00:23:19,054 Why you walking? 477 00:23:19,154 --> 00:23:21,355 Haul ass, we ain't got all day! 478 00:23:25,037 --> 00:23:27,498 - [ragged breathing] 479 00:23:27,598 --> 00:23:28,659 [ominous rustic music] 480 00:23:28,759 --> 00:23:30,300 Oh, fuck! 481 00:23:30,400 --> 00:23:33,301 [sobbing] 482 00:23:33,401 --> 00:23:39,745 ♪ ♪ 483 00:23:39,845 --> 00:23:41,506 - You need to see a doctor? 484 00:23:41,606 --> 00:23:44,507 - [heavy breathing] 485 00:23:44,607 --> 00:23:49,670 ♪ ♪ 486 00:23:49,770 --> 00:23:51,671 - It's the shame that hurts the most, you know? 487 00:23:51,771 --> 00:23:54,752 ♪ ♪ 488 00:23:54,852 --> 00:23:57,354 But shame, it's in the mind. 489 00:23:57,454 --> 00:24:00,515 ♪ ♪ 490 00:24:00,615 --> 00:24:03,757 You can turn that faucet off whenever you want to. 491 00:24:03,857 --> 00:24:11,061 ♪ ♪ 492 00:24:11,581 --> 00:24:13,802 Rough business becoming a man, ain't it? 493 00:24:13,902 --> 00:24:15,923 ♪ ♪ 494 00:24:16,023 --> 00:24:18,024 Beats the alternative, though. 495 00:24:19,065 --> 00:24:21,286 Come on, let's go to work. 496 00:24:21,386 --> 00:24:24,207 ♪ ♪ 497 00:24:24,307 --> 00:24:27,009 - Spent all morning pricing stallions. 498 00:24:27,109 --> 00:24:29,210 You can buy a damn house in town 499 00:24:29,310 --> 00:24:31,011 for what they cost now. 500 00:24:31,111 --> 00:24:33,172 - I just gave you a stallion. 501 00:24:33,272 --> 00:24:35,413 - No one can ride him, Kayce. 502 00:24:35,513 --> 00:24:36,814 He's smart and mean. 503 00:24:36,914 --> 00:24:40,335 That's a bad combination in a horse. 504 00:24:40,435 --> 00:24:41,856 - He ain't got a mean bone in his body. 505 00:24:41,956 --> 00:24:43,537 You just gotta finish him. 506 00:24:43,637 --> 00:24:45,418 - Well, that was Lee's job. 507 00:24:45,518 --> 00:24:47,699 I don't have the time. 508 00:24:47,799 --> 00:24:51,021 Rip, he doesn't have the temperament. 509 00:24:51,121 --> 00:24:53,262 - I can pull him back down to my place and work on him. 510 00:24:53,362 --> 00:24:55,363 - Why don't you work on him here? 511 00:24:56,283 --> 00:24:58,785 [somber rustic music] 512 00:24:58,885 --> 00:25:01,946 You're a horse trainer, aren't you? 513 00:25:02,046 --> 00:25:05,108 Aren't you? So train mine. 514 00:25:05,208 --> 00:25:07,109 - I won't work for you. 515 00:25:07,209 --> 00:25:08,670 ♪ ♪ 516 00:25:08,770 --> 00:25:10,511 - You know what? 517 00:25:10,611 --> 00:25:11,631 Just take the horse back. 518 00:25:11,731 --> 00:25:13,552 I don't want him. 519 00:25:13,652 --> 00:25:16,354 - The horse is me saying I'm sorry. 520 00:25:16,454 --> 00:25:18,795 - You don't have anything to be sorry for! 521 00:25:18,895 --> 00:25:20,716 ♪ ♪ 522 00:25:20,816 --> 00:25:22,277 - I should've been there sooner. 523 00:25:22,377 --> 00:25:24,318 ♪ ♪ 524 00:25:24,418 --> 00:25:26,359 I shouldn't have been there at all. 525 00:25:26,459 --> 00:25:29,801 ♪ ♪ 526 00:25:29,901 --> 00:25:34,243 - You gotta stop looking backwards, son. 527 00:25:34,343 --> 00:25:36,344 - I'll fix the horse for you. 528 00:25:37,905 --> 00:25:39,325 Ain't no gift if you can't ride him, 529 00:25:39,425 --> 00:25:40,326 but I won't let you pay me. 530 00:25:40,426 --> 00:25:42,567 - [scoffs] 531 00:25:42,667 --> 00:25:45,649 That's a good deal for everybody but you. 532 00:25:45,749 --> 00:25:50,791 ♪ ♪ 533 00:25:58,075 --> 00:26:00,076 - Jamie. 534 00:26:01,317 --> 00:26:02,657 - I really appreciate this, Mel. 535 00:26:02,757 --> 00:26:03,698 - Hey, you're helping me. 536 00:26:03,798 --> 00:26:05,179 So where is she? 537 00:26:05,279 --> 00:26:07,180 - Over here. 538 00:26:07,280 --> 00:26:09,181 - You are not the kind of kid 539 00:26:09,281 --> 00:26:10,981 that can go two days without a bath. 540 00:26:11,081 --> 00:26:12,862 - Bath, bath, bath! 541 00:26:12,962 --> 00:26:15,024 My whole life is baths! 542 00:26:15,124 --> 00:26:17,065 - Monica... 543 00:26:17,165 --> 00:26:19,466 I'd like to introduce you to Mel Thompson. 544 00:26:19,566 --> 00:26:21,267 He's the President of Montana State. 545 00:26:21,367 --> 00:26:22,868 - Nice to meet you. - Hi. 546 00:26:22,968 --> 00:26:24,829 - Heard a lot about you. 547 00:26:24,929 --> 00:26:26,389 - If you have a minute, 548 00:26:26,489 --> 00:26:27,450 we'd love to have a conversation with you. 549 00:26:27,530 --> 00:26:29,271 - Yeah, um... 550 00:26:29,371 --> 00:26:31,592 You stay out here, buddy, okay? 551 00:26:31,692 --> 00:26:33,073 - Go inside? - Yeah. 552 00:26:33,173 --> 00:26:35,174 - After you. - Okay. 553 00:26:37,375 --> 00:26:39,476 - I'll get that. - Oh, thanks. 554 00:26:39,576 --> 00:26:41,197 - There you go. After you. 555 00:26:41,297 --> 00:26:43,398 - The University is expanding 556 00:26:43,498 --> 00:26:44,999 its liberal arts program. 557 00:26:45,099 --> 00:26:47,160 And Native American Studies 558 00:26:47,260 --> 00:26:49,681 is an area that we've earmarked 559 00:26:49,781 --> 00:26:53,763 that we feel has been underrepresented in academia. 560 00:26:53,863 --> 00:26:55,844 - There's an understatement. 561 00:26:55,944 --> 00:26:57,805 - [laughing] Yes. 562 00:26:57,905 --> 00:26:59,886 So as an Associate Professor, 563 00:26:59,986 --> 00:27:02,208 you could work toward your doctorate 564 00:27:02,308 --> 00:27:04,329 as you help us expand a department 565 00:27:04,429 --> 00:27:06,570 that the University feels 566 00:27:06,670 --> 00:27:09,611 is elemental in understanding ourselves 567 00:27:09,711 --> 00:27:12,693 as a nation and as a people. 568 00:27:12,793 --> 00:27:15,134 - [clears throat] Mel... 569 00:27:15,234 --> 00:27:16,735 How about we talk about salary? 570 00:27:16,835 --> 00:27:18,816 - Oh, yes! Um... 571 00:27:18,916 --> 00:27:20,737 Well, now, 572 00:27:20,837 --> 00:27:22,338 as I'm sure you can imagine, 573 00:27:22,438 --> 00:27:24,619 an Associate Professorship isn't exactly 574 00:27:24,719 --> 00:27:26,380 a huge payday. 575 00:27:26,480 --> 00:27:29,701 But it does start around 70,000 576 00:27:29,801 --> 00:27:31,382 for the first year. 577 00:27:31,482 --> 00:27:33,383 But once you have your doctorate, 578 00:27:33,483 --> 00:27:36,305 the financial opportunities are greater. 579 00:27:36,405 --> 00:27:38,466 Not that any of us got into teaching 580 00:27:38,566 --> 00:27:40,567 to make money. 581 00:27:43,889 --> 00:27:45,910 - You're offering me a job? 582 00:27:46,010 --> 00:27:47,711 - I... 583 00:27:47,811 --> 00:27:49,992 Yeah, I absolutely am. 584 00:27:50,092 --> 00:27:51,793 - You don't understand. 585 00:27:51,893 --> 00:27:53,554 When a teacher leaves a school on a reservation, 586 00:27:53,654 --> 00:27:56,595 there isn't a line of teachers to fill my place. 587 00:27:56,695 --> 00:27:58,996 There's just one less teacher. 588 00:27:59,096 --> 00:28:01,558 If I leave, my kids will suffer. 589 00:28:01,658 --> 00:28:03,879 And they've suffered enough already. 590 00:28:03,979 --> 00:28:05,880 - Um... 591 00:28:05,980 --> 00:28:08,361 - Could we have a minute alone? 592 00:28:08,461 --> 00:28:09,682 - Mel, let's get you some more coffee. 593 00:28:09,782 --> 00:28:11,783 - Of course. 594 00:28:17,586 --> 00:28:19,587 - This was your idea. 595 00:28:24,349 --> 00:28:26,690 - Yeah. 596 00:28:26,790 --> 00:28:30,412 I weigh every decision against one thought, Monica. 597 00:28:30,512 --> 00:28:32,253 To consider other families before my own 598 00:28:32,353 --> 00:28:35,375 is to fail them as a father. 599 00:28:35,475 --> 00:28:36,856 Kayce's gonna end up dead or in prison. 600 00:28:36,956 --> 00:28:39,017 We both know it. 601 00:28:39,117 --> 00:28:40,858 At least here, there's a chance I can prevent that, 602 00:28:40,958 --> 00:28:42,899 but you're the only one 603 00:28:42,999 --> 00:28:45,000 who can get him here. 604 00:28:46,360 --> 00:28:48,862 - I don't control Kayce any more than he controls me. 605 00:28:48,962 --> 00:28:50,703 That's what makes us work. 606 00:28:50,803 --> 00:28:52,744 As far as what thoughts I weigh against my decision, 607 00:28:52,844 --> 00:28:55,265 that's none of your business. 608 00:28:55,365 --> 00:28:57,146 Thank you for arranging this opportunity, 609 00:28:57,246 --> 00:28:59,247 but the answer is no. 610 00:29:10,373 --> 00:29:12,374 - Well, how'd it go? 611 00:29:13,654 --> 00:29:16,516 - They're perfect for each other. 612 00:29:16,616 --> 00:29:19,237 Both allergic to logic. 613 00:29:19,337 --> 00:29:20,718 I don't have any leverage, 614 00:29:20,818 --> 00:29:23,079 none they recognize anyway. 615 00:29:23,179 --> 00:29:25,180 You gotta get me some. 616 00:29:26,981 --> 00:29:29,883 - What you doing? 617 00:29:29,983 --> 00:29:32,804 - I'm gonna see how bad they screwed up this horse. 618 00:29:32,904 --> 00:29:33,925 What you been doing? 619 00:29:34,025 --> 00:29:35,565 - Let's see... 620 00:29:35,665 --> 00:29:37,566 I threw rocks in the horse trough. 621 00:29:37,666 --> 00:29:39,327 And I almost caught a garter snake. 622 00:29:39,427 --> 00:29:40,968 And you want to know how big it was? 623 00:29:41,068 --> 00:29:43,810 - How big? 624 00:29:43,910 --> 00:29:46,011 - I'm not even joking. 625 00:29:46,111 --> 00:29:48,932 - That's a lot of snake to grab. 626 00:29:49,032 --> 00:29:52,114 Stand back, buddy, in case this horse takes off on me. 627 00:29:54,515 --> 00:29:56,516 - I love it here. 628 00:29:57,637 --> 00:29:59,738 - Yeah? 629 00:29:59,838 --> 00:30:02,459 - I wish we could live here. 630 00:30:02,559 --> 00:30:05,180 - We got a home, buddy. 631 00:30:05,280 --> 00:30:07,141 - Home sucks. 632 00:30:07,241 --> 00:30:09,263 - Hey! 633 00:30:09,363 --> 00:30:11,744 Do you know how hard me and your mother work for that home? 634 00:30:11,844 --> 00:30:13,825 Don't you ever say that, okay? 635 00:30:13,925 --> 00:30:15,426 You hear me? 636 00:30:15,526 --> 00:30:16,706 [solemn rustic music] 637 00:30:16,806 --> 00:30:18,227 Tate... 638 00:30:18,327 --> 00:30:20,548 - I don't want to talk to you anymore! 639 00:30:20,648 --> 00:30:27,452 ♪ ♪ 640 00:30:53,305 --> 00:30:56,206 - Miss, let me get your ride. 641 00:30:56,306 --> 00:30:59,228 - Miss! I like your style. 642 00:31:00,509 --> 00:31:02,490 Give me my keys. 643 00:31:02,590 --> 00:31:03,850 - I think if I let you drive right now, 644 00:31:03,950 --> 00:31:06,372 I'd lose my job. 645 00:31:06,472 --> 00:31:08,172 - What do they say? 646 00:31:08,272 --> 00:31:11,534 "Discretion is the better part of valor." 647 00:31:11,634 --> 00:31:14,015 - I really don't know what they say. 648 00:31:14,115 --> 00:31:16,797 - That's what they say. 649 00:31:40,449 --> 00:31:43,330 [sighs] 650 00:31:47,292 --> 00:31:50,294 [eerie ringtone] 651 00:31:54,616 --> 00:31:56,637 - Fuck you... 652 00:31:56,737 --> 00:31:59,539 [eerie ringtone continues] 653 00:32:10,784 --> 00:32:13,586 [sighs] 654 00:32:23,431 --> 00:32:26,232 [eerie ringtone starts over] 655 00:32:34,997 --> 00:32:36,978 Beth... 656 00:32:37,078 --> 00:32:38,138 If you just made 657 00:32:38,238 --> 00:32:39,459 your one phone call from jail, 658 00:32:39,559 --> 00:32:41,900 you wasted it. 659 00:32:42,000 --> 00:32:44,301 - Send Rip to come pick me up. 660 00:32:44,401 --> 00:32:46,102 - Rip's busy. 661 00:32:46,202 --> 00:32:47,783 Why? Where are you? 662 00:32:47,883 --> 00:32:51,025 - The Deerfield Club. 663 00:32:51,125 --> 00:32:53,186 - Well, your car's not here. 664 00:32:53,286 --> 00:32:55,147 That means you drove. 665 00:32:55,247 --> 00:32:58,629 - It's like fucking talking to Sherlock Holmes. 666 00:32:58,729 --> 00:33:00,950 [sighs] 667 00:33:01,050 --> 00:33:03,271 I did drive, Jamie. 668 00:33:03,371 --> 00:33:04,992 And now I am drunk. 669 00:33:05,092 --> 00:33:06,473 And I can't, 670 00:33:06,573 --> 00:33:08,634 so you get to drive me. 671 00:33:08,734 --> 00:33:11,035 - You don't sound drunk to me. 672 00:33:11,135 --> 00:33:13,476 - Trust me. 673 00:33:13,576 --> 00:33:15,997 - Oh, yeah. 674 00:33:16,097 --> 00:33:18,639 I'm on my way! 675 00:33:18,739 --> 00:33:20,079 Fucking asshole. 676 00:33:20,179 --> 00:33:22,180 - Cocksucker. 677 00:33:25,782 --> 00:33:27,003 [lighter clicks] 678 00:33:27,103 --> 00:33:29,104 Fuck. 679 00:33:33,106 --> 00:33:34,607 - Didn't buck you off? 680 00:33:34,707 --> 00:33:37,408 - There ain't nothing wrong with this horse. 681 00:33:37,508 --> 00:33:39,209 I'm gonna wash him up and get out of here. 682 00:33:39,309 --> 00:33:41,510 - But Grandpa said we can stay the night. 683 00:33:44,832 --> 00:33:47,333 - Look, he got no sleep last night. 684 00:33:47,433 --> 00:33:48,734 If we go home, 685 00:33:48,834 --> 00:33:50,455 he wonders where his cousins are. 686 00:33:50,555 --> 00:33:51,656 I just need to recharge 687 00:33:51,756 --> 00:33:54,137 so I can have that conversation. 688 00:33:54,237 --> 00:33:56,658 - Tate, you're staying in the main house with me. 689 00:33:56,758 --> 00:33:58,659 You two take the trapper cabin. 690 00:33:58,759 --> 00:34:01,260 Give your minds a vacation for a night. 691 00:34:01,360 --> 00:34:04,482 Tate! Tate, come on. 692 00:34:09,324 --> 00:34:10,505 - Fucking pathetic. - Mm. 693 00:34:10,605 --> 00:34:11,826 - Sad. 694 00:34:11,926 --> 00:34:13,587 You're sad. - You think so? 695 00:34:13,687 --> 00:34:15,688 - Yeah. 696 00:34:17,849 --> 00:34:19,750 Dad asked you to help. 697 00:34:19,850 --> 00:34:22,591 This is not helping. 698 00:34:22,691 --> 00:34:26,153 - You have no idea what I'm doing. 699 00:34:26,253 --> 00:34:27,754 - Yeah, I do. I know what you're doing. 700 00:34:27,854 --> 00:34:29,395 You're doing what you always do. 701 00:34:29,495 --> 00:34:31,756 You're making a giant cry for help! 702 00:34:31,856 --> 00:34:34,918 Help from what? Who the fuck knows, Beth? 703 00:34:35,018 --> 00:34:36,718 So just keep it up, keep acting like the only 704 00:34:36,818 --> 00:34:38,319 34-year-old on spring break, 705 00:34:38,419 --> 00:34:39,300 and we'll all keep giving you attention. 706 00:34:39,380 --> 00:34:41,241 - He asked me to wreck Jenkins, 707 00:34:41,341 --> 00:34:42,802 and I am wrecking him. 708 00:34:42,902 --> 00:34:45,243 - [chuckles] 709 00:34:45,343 --> 00:34:46,683 - I'm sure you could wreck him 710 00:34:46,783 --> 00:34:49,125 stone-cold sober, Jamie, huh? 711 00:34:49,225 --> 00:34:50,806 I bet you suck dick 712 00:34:50,906 --> 00:34:52,166 like there's a prize inside. 713 00:34:52,266 --> 00:34:53,847 - [laughs] 714 00:34:53,947 --> 00:34:55,168 - Ow! - Ha! 715 00:34:55,268 --> 00:34:58,289 [shouting] 716 00:34:58,389 --> 00:35:01,331 - [laughs] 717 00:35:01,431 --> 00:35:04,372 - That make you feel good, huh? 718 00:35:04,472 --> 00:35:07,414 Big man! 719 00:35:07,514 --> 00:35:09,055 - Yeah, actually, it was quite liberating. 720 00:35:09,155 --> 00:35:10,335 I feel like I had a massage. 721 00:35:10,435 --> 00:35:11,896 - Fuck you! - Yeah. 722 00:35:11,996 --> 00:35:14,057 - Fuck you! - I'm the only one you haven't. 723 00:35:14,157 --> 00:35:15,858 - You know why you're so soft, Jamie? 724 00:35:15,958 --> 00:35:17,099 Huh? 725 00:35:17,199 --> 00:35:18,940 'Cause you never lost. 726 00:35:19,040 --> 00:35:23,222 You never lost anything in your whole soft fucking life. 727 00:35:23,322 --> 00:35:26,304 - Well, I lost the same mother you lost. 728 00:35:26,404 --> 00:35:27,384 And the same brother. 729 00:35:27,484 --> 00:35:28,505 - You don't have them! 730 00:35:28,605 --> 00:35:29,945 You didn't lose them! 731 00:35:30,045 --> 00:35:31,946 There is a difference! 732 00:35:32,046 --> 00:35:33,587 - [chuckles] 733 00:35:33,687 --> 00:35:35,228 Okay, I can't wait to fucking hear this. 734 00:35:35,328 --> 00:35:37,749 Why don't you explain the difference to me, Beth? 735 00:35:37,849 --> 00:35:39,350 Why don't you rivet me with your insight? 736 00:35:39,450 --> 00:35:41,451 - I'll show you the difference. 737 00:35:46,414 --> 00:35:48,415 You gotta watch them die to lose them. 738 00:35:50,376 --> 00:35:53,277 - Well, I should be so lucky. 739 00:35:53,377 --> 00:35:55,118 But you're incapable of hurting yourself, Beth. 740 00:35:55,218 --> 00:35:57,259 It's just everyone else you don't mind beating up. 741 00:36:01,662 --> 00:36:03,763 Do it. 742 00:36:03,863 --> 00:36:06,724 Please. 743 00:36:06,824 --> 00:36:07,965 Do it. 744 00:36:08,065 --> 00:36:10,226 Do the world a fucking favor. 745 00:36:13,347 --> 00:36:14,488 [gunshot] 746 00:36:14,588 --> 00:36:17,490 [tires screeching] 747 00:36:17,590 --> 00:36:20,491 [ominous music] 748 00:36:20,591 --> 00:36:27,475 ♪ ♪ 749 00:36:29,516 --> 00:36:31,297 - You gotta watch 'em die, 750 00:36:31,397 --> 00:36:33,138 or you didn't lose 'em, Jamie. 751 00:36:33,238 --> 00:36:40,181 ♪ ♪ 752 00:36:40,281 --> 00:36:43,903 You gotta watch your mother 753 00:36:44,003 --> 00:36:46,484 look you in the eye... 754 00:36:49,366 --> 00:36:51,987 With no love in her heart... 755 00:36:52,087 --> 00:36:58,891 ♪ ♪ 756 00:37:00,692 --> 00:37:03,273 Not even a little! 757 00:37:03,373 --> 00:37:08,315 ♪ ♪ 758 00:37:08,415 --> 00:37:10,837 And you get to carry that. 759 00:37:10,937 --> 00:37:16,119 ♪ ♪ 760 00:37:16,219 --> 00:37:18,581 That's losing, Jamie. 761 00:37:26,144 --> 00:37:29,286 [laughing] 762 00:37:29,386 --> 00:37:31,127 - Beth... 763 00:37:31,227 --> 00:37:35,009 ♪ ♪ 764 00:37:35,109 --> 00:37:37,910 - [sobs] 765 00:37:42,633 --> 00:37:45,134 - Hey, hey, hey, hey. 766 00:37:45,234 --> 00:37:47,896 ♪ ♪ 767 00:37:47,996 --> 00:37:51,457 If hating me keeps you from hating yourself, 768 00:37:51,557 --> 00:37:55,059 I'll be that for you, Beth. 769 00:37:55,159 --> 00:37:57,340 That's what family's for. 770 00:37:57,440 --> 00:38:04,524 ♪ ♪ 771 00:38:12,728 --> 00:38:15,530 - [laughing] 772 00:38:18,891 --> 00:38:21,232 My God, that was fun! 773 00:38:21,332 --> 00:38:23,434 [laughs] 774 00:38:23,534 --> 00:38:25,995 We should've invited her over. 775 00:38:26,095 --> 00:38:29,717 No telling what kind of fun we could've had then. 776 00:38:29,817 --> 00:38:31,198 - Are you out of your mind? 777 00:38:31,298 --> 00:38:33,479 Our daughters are down the hall. 778 00:38:33,579 --> 00:38:35,800 - I can be quiet... 779 00:38:35,900 --> 00:38:36,800 Ish. 780 00:38:36,900 --> 00:38:39,702 [laughs] 781 00:38:45,065 --> 00:38:46,325 For the first time in two years, 782 00:38:46,425 --> 00:38:47,966 I don't feel bored. 783 00:38:48,066 --> 00:38:51,068 [laughs] 784 00:38:55,390 --> 00:38:56,370 - This is Melody. 785 00:38:56,470 --> 00:38:58,571 - Hi, Melody, Dan Jenkins. 786 00:38:58,671 --> 00:39:01,333 - The mountain man. How are the Rockies? 787 00:39:01,433 --> 00:39:02,974 - I need you. 788 00:39:03,074 --> 00:39:04,534 - Must have picked quite a fight. 789 00:39:04,634 --> 00:39:06,455 - When can you be here? 790 00:39:06,555 --> 00:39:08,376 - Depends. Are we talking the standard rate, 791 00:39:08,476 --> 00:39:10,698 or the "Holy shit, drop everything" rate? 792 00:39:10,798 --> 00:39:13,299 - We're talking the Armageddon rate. 793 00:39:13,399 --> 00:39:15,340 - I'll be there by tomorrow. 9:00 a.m. 794 00:39:15,440 --> 00:39:16,541 - Pack a big suitcase. 795 00:39:16,641 --> 00:39:18,642 - I'll bring a footlocker. 796 00:39:27,966 --> 00:39:29,967 - Come fuck me. 797 00:39:33,609 --> 00:39:36,231 - Vicky, go to sleep. 798 00:39:36,331 --> 00:39:38,592 - [blows raspberry] 799 00:39:38,692 --> 00:39:40,693 Fine. 800 00:39:43,174 --> 00:39:45,175 I'll go do it myself. 801 00:39:48,457 --> 00:39:51,158 [ominous music] 802 00:39:51,258 --> 00:39:54,160 - Oh, Lord... 803 00:39:54,260 --> 00:39:58,582 ♪ ♪ 804 00:40:14,950 --> 00:40:18,652 - You play that guitar? 805 00:40:18,752 --> 00:40:22,594 - No, I just like to drag this fucking thing around. 806 00:40:24,275 --> 00:40:26,276 Why, y'all want to hear one? 807 00:40:30,598 --> 00:40:32,799 Yeah, I guess you do. 808 00:40:46,406 --> 00:40:48,827 [strums chord] 809 00:40:48,927 --> 00:40:51,229 Happy or sad? 810 00:40:51,329 --> 00:40:52,669 - Happy. 811 00:40:52,769 --> 00:40:55,671 [picks mournful song] 812 00:40:55,771 --> 00:41:02,654 ♪ ♪ 813 00:41:05,296 --> 00:41:07,877 - ♪ I'm all choked up again ♪ 814 00:41:07,977 --> 00:41:11,519 ♪ ♪ 815 00:41:11,619 --> 00:41:14,400 ♪ With these two hands and the rage I'm in ♪ 816 00:41:14,500 --> 00:41:16,602 ♪ I think I just killed a man ♪ 817 00:41:16,702 --> 00:41:22,164 ♪ ♪ 818 00:41:22,264 --> 00:41:24,566 ♪ And when I land, I got stuck in a jam ♪ 819 00:41:24,666 --> 00:41:27,447 ♪ That's what you get when you're a gambling man ♪ 820 00:41:27,547 --> 00:41:30,409 ♪ That's what you get when you're a gambling man ♪ 821 00:41:30,509 --> 00:41:35,411 ♪ ♪ 822 00:41:35,511 --> 00:41:38,413 ♪ Every day I seem to dig a little deeper ♪ 823 00:41:38,513 --> 00:41:43,135 ♪ And then nothing gets left behind ♪ 824 00:41:43,235 --> 00:41:45,936 ♪ Close my eyes and my world starts spinning ♪ 825 00:41:46,036 --> 00:41:48,418 ♪ And I realize I'm buried alive ♪ 826 00:41:48,518 --> 00:41:53,420 ♪ ♪ 827 00:41:53,520 --> 00:41:56,582 ♪ This ain't no place for kids ♪ 828 00:41:56,682 --> 00:41:59,383 ♪ ♪ 829 00:41:59,483 --> 00:42:01,945 ♪ But when you're raised in a bucket of rain ♪ 830 00:42:02,045 --> 00:42:05,026 ♪ You either die or you learn to swim ♪ 831 00:42:05,126 --> 00:42:08,068 ♪ You either die or you learn to swim ♪ 832 00:42:08,168 --> 00:42:12,830 ♪ ♪ 833 00:42:12,930 --> 00:42:15,672 ♪ Every day I get a little bit deeper ♪ 834 00:42:15,772 --> 00:42:18,033 ♪ And there's nothing that is left behind ♪ 835 00:42:18,133 --> 00:42:20,274 ♪ ♪ 836 00:42:20,374 --> 00:42:23,115 ♪ I close my eyes and my world starts spinning ♪ 837 00:42:23,215 --> 00:42:26,077 ♪ When I realize I'm buried alive ♪ 838 00:42:26,177 --> 00:42:31,239 ♪ ♪ 839 00:42:31,339 --> 00:42:33,341 That's all y'all get. 840 00:42:33,861 --> 00:42:37,443 - Well, if that's your happy, 841 00:42:37,543 --> 00:42:39,664 don't you ever play me goddamn sad. 842 00:42:41,985 --> 00:42:43,986 - All right, let's go. 843 00:42:47,428 --> 00:42:49,249 Let's go. 844 00:42:49,349 --> 00:42:51,350 Come on with me. 845 00:43:01,755 --> 00:43:04,737 - Are there alligators in Montana? 846 00:43:04,837 --> 00:43:07,278 - Well, I haven't seen one yet. 847 00:43:09,359 --> 00:43:11,700 - Probably too cold. 848 00:43:11,800 --> 00:43:13,541 - Yeah, that's... 849 00:43:13,641 --> 00:43:17,223 That's my guess. 850 00:43:17,323 --> 00:43:19,944 - What's inside that thing? 851 00:43:20,044 --> 00:43:23,786 - Something he ate. 852 00:43:23,886 --> 00:43:25,787 Ohh... 853 00:43:25,887 --> 00:43:27,028 [chuckles] 854 00:43:27,128 --> 00:43:29,149 - That's so sharp. 855 00:43:29,249 --> 00:43:30,750 - That one doesn't even have a head. 856 00:43:30,850 --> 00:43:32,150 - No. 857 00:43:32,250 --> 00:43:33,391 [melancholy music] 858 00:43:33,491 --> 00:43:35,752 That's a long stem. 859 00:43:35,852 --> 00:43:38,194 - Mm-hmm. Those are eggs, I think. 860 00:43:38,294 --> 00:43:39,794 ♪ ♪ 861 00:43:39,894 --> 00:43:41,835 They'll turn into babies, 862 00:43:41,935 --> 00:43:43,436 and then turn into these big things 863 00:43:43,536 --> 00:43:47,798 that everything's trying to kill everything else. 864 00:43:47,898 --> 00:43:54,702 ♪ ♪ 865 00:43:58,464 --> 00:44:00,285 - [sobs] 866 00:44:00,385 --> 00:44:06,288 ♪ ♪ 867 00:44:06,388 --> 00:44:09,289 [screaming] 868 00:44:09,389 --> 00:44:14,532 ♪ ♪ 869 00:44:14,632 --> 00:44:17,093 [screams continue] - Camouflaging in the rocks. 870 00:44:17,193 --> 00:44:23,997 ♪ ♪ 871 00:44:27,759 --> 00:44:30,460 [Beth continues screaming distantly] 872 00:44:30,560 --> 00:44:37,564 ♪ ♪ 873 00:45:07,299 --> 00:45:08,840 - You should send her back to Salt Lake City, Dad. 874 00:45:08,940 --> 00:45:11,561 She's... 875 00:45:11,661 --> 00:45:13,002 The longer she stays here, 876 00:45:13,102 --> 00:45:14,803 the worse she's gonna get. 877 00:45:14,903 --> 00:45:16,924 - No, I need her here. 878 00:45:17,024 --> 00:45:20,065 - I can do whatever she does. 879 00:45:21,746 --> 00:45:22,847 - Beth, and God, how I love her, 880 00:45:22,947 --> 00:45:25,928 She can... 881 00:45:26,028 --> 00:45:28,309 She can be what you won't ever be. 882 00:45:29,550 --> 00:45:32,452 She can be evil. 883 00:45:32,552 --> 00:45:35,273 And evil's what I need right now. 884 00:45:38,114 --> 00:45:40,756 It's good to have Kayce home, isn't it? 885 00:45:44,478 --> 00:45:47,379 Night, son. 886 00:45:47,479 --> 00:45:50,421 [screaming continues] 887 00:45:50,521 --> 00:45:52,522 [door slams] 888 00:45:57,164 --> 00:46:00,066 [mellow rock music] 889 00:46:00,166 --> 00:46:04,068 - ♪ I can see the sun ♪ 890 00:46:04,168 --> 00:46:06,509 - I wonder how many poor farm girls 891 00:46:06,609 --> 00:46:08,870 you snuck into this cabin. 892 00:46:08,970 --> 00:46:10,871 I can just see you now in your shagging shirt, 893 00:46:10,971 --> 00:46:13,592 wooing some lovestruck blonde. 894 00:46:13,692 --> 00:46:16,114 - What is a shagging shirt? 895 00:46:16,214 --> 00:46:18,035 - You know, it's your fanciest shirt, 896 00:46:18,135 --> 00:46:19,676 your get-the-girl shirt. 897 00:46:19,776 --> 00:46:22,117 The one you never work in. 898 00:46:22,217 --> 00:46:24,638 - I don't know if I own a shirt that I've never worked in. 899 00:46:24,738 --> 00:46:27,159 ♪ ♪ 900 00:46:27,259 --> 00:46:30,721 I'm trying to remember what I was wearing when I met you. 901 00:46:30,821 --> 00:46:33,803 - All I remember was you weren't wearing it long. 902 00:46:33,903 --> 00:46:40,906 ♪ ♪ 903 00:46:41,587 --> 00:46:42,887 You think it's selfish, 904 00:46:42,987 --> 00:46:44,768 keeping Tate from a life like this? 905 00:46:44,868 --> 00:46:47,530 - ♪ I get so confused ♪ 906 00:46:47,630 --> 00:46:50,171 - That sounds like my father. 907 00:46:50,271 --> 00:46:51,492 - It is. 908 00:46:51,592 --> 00:46:53,893 ♪ ♪ 909 00:46:53,993 --> 00:46:55,374 - He has a life like this. 910 00:46:55,474 --> 00:46:57,475 It's just simpler. 911 00:46:59,116 --> 00:47:01,117 - It's not simple anymore, Kayce. 912 00:47:03,078 --> 00:47:05,419 - I thought we were forgetting tonight. 913 00:47:05,519 --> 00:47:08,260 - I'm just having a conversation. 914 00:47:08,360 --> 00:47:13,303 ♪ ♪ 915 00:47:13,403 --> 00:47:15,624 Well, I guess the conversation's over! 916 00:47:15,724 --> 00:47:22,728 ♪ ♪ 917 00:48:02,108 --> 00:48:05,009 - Guess this shit wasn't no rumor, huh? 918 00:48:05,109 --> 00:48:06,290 - No. 919 00:48:06,390 --> 00:48:08,891 No rumor. 920 00:48:08,991 --> 00:48:10,992 - Where does it go? 921 00:48:12,953 --> 00:48:14,954 - Right here. 922 00:48:20,997 --> 00:48:22,818 - That's a hell of a price to pay 923 00:48:22,918 --> 00:48:26,100 for a job that only pays 400 a week. 924 00:48:26,200 --> 00:48:29,141 - It ain't about the money, Walker. 925 00:48:29,241 --> 00:48:31,623 It's about trust. 926 00:48:31,723 --> 00:48:32,983 - Trust, huh? 927 00:48:33,083 --> 00:48:35,705 - That's right. 928 00:48:35,805 --> 00:48:37,386 - And all the boys have it? 929 00:48:37,486 --> 00:48:39,226 - No. 930 00:48:39,326 --> 00:48:41,948 Just us. 931 00:48:42,048 --> 00:48:44,049 Just the criminals. 932 00:48:50,092 --> 00:48:52,953 - What if I don't? 933 00:48:53,053 --> 00:48:55,755 - Jim here will run you into town 934 00:48:55,855 --> 00:48:57,856 and leave you there. 935 00:48:59,617 --> 00:49:02,798 It's not a "have-to," Walker. 936 00:49:02,898 --> 00:49:05,080 It's a choice. 937 00:49:05,180 --> 00:49:07,581 And it's all yours. 938 00:49:09,382 --> 00:49:11,403 Don't think of it as a brand. 939 00:49:11,503 --> 00:49:13,504 Think of it as tenure. 940 00:49:28,311 --> 00:49:30,312 - Fuck it. 941 00:49:33,794 --> 00:49:36,696 [eerie music] 942 00:49:36,796 --> 00:49:40,458 ♪ ♪ 943 00:49:40,558 --> 00:49:42,098 [skin sizzling] 944 00:49:42,198 --> 00:49:45,260 ♪ ♪ 945 00:49:45,360 --> 00:49:47,141 [grunts] 946 00:49:47,241 --> 00:49:54,044 ♪ ♪ 947 00:50:02,329 --> 00:50:04,550 - Welcome home. 948 00:50:04,650 --> 00:50:11,453 ♪ ♪ 949 00:50:15,976 --> 00:50:18,277 - Welcome to the Yellowstone. 950 00:50:18,377 --> 00:50:21,278 ["Sunrise" by Ryan Bingham] 951 00:50:21,378 --> 00:50:28,182 ♪ ♪ 952 00:50:41,228 --> 00:50:44,490 - ♪ Here I go again Straight up out the motel ♪ 953 00:50:44,590 --> 00:50:47,852 ♪ Hock my guitar out of a pawn shop jail ♪ 954 00:50:47,952 --> 00:50:51,974 ♪ If I quit, I'm just rolling the dice ♪ 955 00:50:52,074 --> 00:50:55,816 ♪ Couldn't pass up the red beans and rice Singing ♪ 956 00:50:55,916 --> 00:50:59,298 ♪ Oh, my, my ♪ 957 00:50:59,398 --> 00:51:02,659 ♪ See them girls shake their ass Underneath the sunrise ♪ 958 00:51:02,759 --> 00:51:06,221 ♪ Oh, my my ♪ 959 00:51:06,321 --> 00:51:08,102 ♪ Taste the sugar on their lips ♪ 960 00:51:08,202 --> 00:51:10,463 ♪ Underneath that moonlight ♪ 961 00:51:10,563 --> 00:51:17,367 ♪ ♪ 64079

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