0 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:13,000 Downloaded from xPau.se 1 00:00:37,960 --> 00:00:40,611 (INSERTING VHS TAPE) 2 00:00:48,440 --> 00:00:50,681 (ELECTRONIC RETRO MUSIC PLAYING) 3 00:01:02,920 --> 00:01:06,520 There's magic and wonders and mysteries in store 4 00:01:06,600 --> 00:01:10,320 A hero whose mission is to learn and explore 5 00:01:10,400 --> 00:01:14,160 He's daring and caring and oh so much more 6 00:01:14,240 --> 00:01:17,528 It's Brigsby Bear 7 00:01:21,360 --> 00:01:23,567 (TAPE WINDING) 8 00:01:26,120 --> 00:01:31,081 BRIGSBY: The temple, it's collapsing! Arielle, Nina, use your powers. Quick. 9 00:01:35,240 --> 00:01:37,766 - Why isn't it working? - (SNATCHER LAUGHING) 10 00:01:38,160 --> 00:01:39,810 ARIELLE: It's Sun Snatcher, Brigsby! 11 00:01:40,840 --> 00:01:42,365 (LAUGHS MALICIOUSLY) 12 00:01:44,040 --> 00:01:46,850 Perish, Brigsby Bear! 13 00:01:46,960 --> 00:01:48,530 The stars are out... 14 00:01:49,440 --> 00:01:51,000 The vines! Remember? 15 00:01:51,080 --> 00:01:54,323 They release invisi-toxins at sundown. That means... 16 00:01:54,480 --> 00:01:55,641 BOTH: We're only imagining! 17 00:02:01,400 --> 00:02:04,529 BRIGSBY: I summon the power of light! 18 00:02:04,800 --> 00:02:07,167 (YELLING) No! 19 00:02:08,000 --> 00:02:12,005 I'll get you next time, Bear! 20 00:02:12,960 --> 00:02:14,724 You did it, Brigsby! 21 00:02:15,440 --> 00:02:19,923 We're safe for now, but I let the whole galaxy down. 22 00:02:20,720 --> 00:02:21,960 I don't get it. 23 00:02:22,040 --> 00:02:24,771 The prophecy said if we activate the Sortis Crystal 24 00:02:24,920 --> 00:02:27,446 inside the temple, we could destroy Sun Snatcher. 25 00:02:27,600 --> 00:02:29,967 Perhaps there's a lesson here, Brigsby. 26 00:02:30,960 --> 00:02:33,247 When solving for "X" on a one-dimensional plane 27 00:02:33,400 --> 00:02:37,450 where minus one by the magnitude of one equals minus X, 28 00:02:37,760 --> 00:02:39,524 always solve for the vector R. 29 00:02:39,720 --> 00:02:42,564 Until our next adventure, remember... 30 00:02:43,120 --> 00:02:46,886 Prophecy is meaningless. Trust only your familial unit. 31 00:02:47,280 --> 00:02:52,730 And please, discard leftover food rations in the yellow bin, not the red one. 32 00:02:53,640 --> 00:02:54,687 Goodbye! 33 00:02:59,240 --> 00:03:00,241 That's it! 34 00:03:05,160 --> 00:03:06,889 (TYPING ON KEYBOARD) 35 00:03:16,160 --> 00:03:17,605 (SIGHS) 36 00:03:18,440 --> 00:03:23,082 Hey, guys. James here. First of all. Episode 34, Volume 25, 37 00:03:23,480 --> 00:03:28,680 I put the recap up, so there is already a great comment section there, 38 00:03:28,760 --> 00:03:31,604 and I recommend all you guys go check that out immediately 39 00:03:31,760 --> 00:03:34,240 Also, as some of you guys know, 40 00:03:34,320 --> 00:03:37,080 I've been studying the old Brigsby volumes, 41 00:03:37,160 --> 00:03:39,440 going way back to the first Quest Wars, 42 00:03:39,520 --> 00:03:42,760 when we initially meet the evildoer himself, aka Sun Snatcher. 43 00:03:42,840 --> 00:03:45,002 Obviously, Snatcher always gets away. 44 00:03:45,440 --> 00:03:49,080 But Brigsby never gives up, and I'm not giving up either, 45 00:03:49,160 --> 00:03:50,889 and I have actually come up with some new ideas 46 00:03:51,000 --> 00:03:53,002 that I really want to tell you guys about. 47 00:03:53,120 --> 00:03:55,282 But I... I'm not... Let's just say... 48 00:03:55,600 --> 00:03:58,126 Let us say that I'm onto something pretty big. 49 00:03:59,760 --> 00:04:04,243 So stay tuned for that, and, of course, as always, until our next adventure. 50 00:04:11,000 --> 00:04:14,846 So basically, the trick is Brigsby needs to find all the sacred artifacts. 51 00:04:15,040 --> 00:04:16,121 Sortis Crystal. 52 00:04:16,760 --> 00:04:18,171 Arielle's amulet. 53 00:04:18,360 --> 00:04:22,843 Then you just need to find a collapsed star in an unclaimed system. 54 00:04:23,280 --> 00:04:25,169 Easier said than done, I know. 55 00:04:25,280 --> 00:04:26,850 (LAUGHS) 56 00:04:27,280 --> 00:04:33,242 If you could find the unclaimed system, Brigsby could finally defeat Sun Snatcher. 57 00:04:34,200 --> 00:04:35,400 Thank you. 58 00:04:35,480 --> 00:04:37,960 TOGETHER: ...and may our minds be stronger tomorrow. 59 00:04:44,360 --> 00:04:47,364 I know there's still some things I need to add before I post it. 60 00:04:48,920 --> 00:04:50,331 What is it? 61 00:04:51,560 --> 00:04:52,971 Well, pal, (SIGHS) 62 00:04:54,000 --> 00:04:56,571 it's clear a lot of imagination went into it. 63 00:04:57,440 --> 00:05:00,250 But the thing is, I'm not sure how any of this is plausible 64 00:05:00,360 --> 00:05:01,440 in Brigsby's universe. 65 00:05:01,520 --> 00:05:04,808 I mean, you have him using Arielle's amulet against Snatcher. 66 00:05:05,240 --> 00:05:07,766 Sure, it's powerful. It was created by the Drumbas, 67 00:05:07,920 --> 00:05:11,641 but, if I remember correctly, it's very unstable. 68 00:05:11,800 --> 00:05:13,360 But not if you fold space-time. 69 00:05:13,440 --> 00:05:16,040 See, I didn't get to explain that part but that's why 70 00:05:16,120 --> 00:05:18,280 - Brigsby needs Arielle's amulet. - James. 71 00:05:18,360 --> 00:05:20,120 What your father is trying to say is 72 00:05:20,200 --> 00:05:22,800 we're proud of how smart and talented you are. 73 00:05:22,880 --> 00:05:25,120 But all of this time that you've been spending 74 00:05:25,200 --> 00:05:29,400 on the Brigsby forum and your projects, we just don't see the point. 75 00:05:29,480 --> 00:05:32,400 - The point? - You could be using this time and energy 76 00:05:32,480 --> 00:05:35,960 to further your studies or solve the Vansmithe conjecture. 77 00:05:36,040 --> 00:05:38,680 But it's impossible. And it's stupid. 78 00:05:38,760 --> 00:05:42,082 - Watch it. - I know, sorry. It's not stupid. 79 00:05:42,960 --> 00:05:44,530 Don't let your noodles get cold. 80 00:05:47,920 --> 00:05:50,320 - (MUSIC PLAYING ON TV) - BRIGSBY: Goody Goose, pull back. 81 00:05:50,400 --> 00:05:53,244 We just need enough power to get us to the next quadrant. 82 00:05:53,880 --> 00:05:59,649 Come on, Brigsby. Let me at him! My laser cannons are locked and loaded. 83 00:05:59,880 --> 00:06:01,291 BRIGSBY: Fire away! 84 00:06:04,240 --> 00:06:05,446 Hi, bud. 85 00:06:06,840 --> 00:06:08,720 You know, I was thinking about 86 00:06:08,800 --> 00:06:11,280 taking a trip out to the pier if you want to come. 87 00:06:23,160 --> 00:06:24,889 (BEEPING) 88 00:06:47,640 --> 00:06:49,324 (SIGHS) 89 00:06:49,960 --> 00:06:52,725 They sure came out tonight, huh? (CHUCKLES) 90 00:06:57,800 --> 00:06:59,643 So, what's on your mind, pal? 91 00:07:00,640 --> 00:07:01,880 It's just... 92 00:07:02,640 --> 00:07:04,369 There are other people out there 93 00:07:05,200 --> 00:07:06,486 just like us, right? 94 00:07:08,840 --> 00:07:12,447 And we're all watching Brigsby together. 95 00:07:14,720 --> 00:07:16,404 It means something. 96 00:07:20,560 --> 00:07:22,688 Look at the Grazerbugs, James. 97 00:07:23,520 --> 00:07:27,640 All they need in this world is fresh water and cold moonlight 98 00:07:27,720 --> 00:07:29,484 to charge their rectoskeletons. 99 00:07:31,000 --> 00:07:35,528 They're out there every night surviving, just like us. 100 00:07:36,160 --> 00:07:38,162 The difference is, 101 00:07:38,320 --> 00:07:43,326 we have dreams and imaginations to help us escape. 102 00:07:44,680 --> 00:07:47,365 And no one can take that away from you. 103 00:07:47,840 --> 00:07:49,080 Ever. 104 00:07:50,640 --> 00:07:52,210 (LAUGHS) 105 00:08:01,240 --> 00:08:04,050 - (CHIMES) - TED: Good night, James. Powering down. 106 00:08:04,280 --> 00:08:05,805 (MACHINERY POWERING DOWN) 107 00:08:22,200 --> 00:08:23,960 - (BUZZER CHIMES) - Morning, son. 108 00:08:24,040 --> 00:08:27,720 Remember, no Brigsby until after your chores and studies. 109 00:08:27,800 --> 00:08:29,450 See you tonight. 110 00:08:42,160 --> 00:08:43,764 (ENGINE STARTS) 111 00:09:07,640 --> 00:09:10,530 - (BUZZER CHIMES) - TED: Good night, James. Powering down. 112 00:09:43,400 --> 00:09:45,050 (ELECTRICAL BUZZING) 113 00:09:57,480 --> 00:09:58,970 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 114 00:10:59,440 --> 00:11:00,965 (ALARM BLARING) 115 00:11:03,920 --> 00:11:06,810 (YELLING) Something's happening! Something's happening! 116 00:11:07,680 --> 00:11:08,680 What's going on? 117 00:11:08,760 --> 00:11:11,889 James, remember everything we've taught you and stay strong, okay? 118 00:11:12,000 --> 00:11:13,880 OFFICER: On the ground now! On the ground now! 119 00:11:13,960 --> 00:11:15,920 JAMES: Mom! APRIL: James! 120 00:11:16,000 --> 00:11:17,840 Keep your hands where we can see them. 121 00:11:17,920 --> 00:11:19,365 - James! - Mom! 122 00:11:20,240 --> 00:11:21,651 I'm sorry! 123 00:11:21,800 --> 00:11:23,564 I love you, James! 124 00:12:20,640 --> 00:12:21,766 Excuse me. 125 00:12:22,440 --> 00:12:24,568 Are you going to give me a breathing mask, 126 00:12:25,160 --> 00:12:28,642 or are we just supposed to let the toxic air give us all skinzer disease? 127 00:12:30,000 --> 00:12:31,600 Look, there's this detective 128 00:12:31,680 --> 00:12:33,200 been working with the family. 129 00:12:33,280 --> 00:12:34,520 He'll explain everything. 130 00:12:34,960 --> 00:12:39,329 But the bottom line is, you're safe now. As far as the air goes, no mask needed. 131 00:12:40,480 --> 00:12:42,244 Promise. Look. 132 00:12:44,280 --> 00:12:45,805 (INHALES) 133 00:13:06,120 --> 00:13:07,884 (EXHALES) 134 00:13:55,280 --> 00:13:57,009 James. 135 00:13:57,240 --> 00:13:58,685 My man. 136 00:13:59,040 --> 00:14:01,202 That is your name right? James? 137 00:14:02,360 --> 00:14:03,930 Well, I'm Detective Vogel. 138 00:14:04,760 --> 00:14:05,966 And this 139 00:14:06,680 --> 00:14:07,920 is for you. 140 00:14:08,800 --> 00:14:10,564 If you're thirsty. 141 00:14:14,120 --> 00:14:15,451 So, am I a prisoner now? 142 00:14:15,880 --> 00:14:18,406 What? No. Whoa, whoa, whoa. That... 143 00:14:19,200 --> 00:14:21,043 No, James. The, uh... 144 00:14:21,160 --> 00:14:22,286 (CLEARS THROAT) 145 00:14:23,240 --> 00:14:24,480 (EXHALES) 146 00:14:24,720 --> 00:14:28,964 Listen, I'm your friend in all of this. You know? 147 00:14:29,400 --> 00:14:33,962 The reason you're here, the reason I'm here is all just to try and help you. 148 00:14:35,040 --> 00:14:36,326 Does that make any sense? 149 00:14:37,080 --> 00:14:38,241 No. 150 00:14:42,200 --> 00:14:45,090 James, do you know why we brought you here? 151 00:14:46,400 --> 00:14:48,926 Is it because one time I threw a rock at a Gunnerfox? 152 00:14:51,000 --> 00:14:52,720 I mean, the soldiers just showed up 153 00:14:52,800 --> 00:14:55,451 and then my mom and dad said, "You have to be strong." 154 00:14:55,600 --> 00:14:58,206 Yeah. Your mom and dad. That's... 155 00:14:58,880 --> 00:15:01,281 Is that Ted and April? 156 00:15:02,160 --> 00:15:04,128 Yeah? Can you tell me about them? 157 00:15:05,400 --> 00:15:07,084 I guess they're older. 158 00:15:08,640 --> 00:15:10,165 Kind of boring. 159 00:15:13,360 --> 00:15:15,203 They keep you locked up? 160 00:15:16,040 --> 00:15:17,201 Were you restrained? 161 00:15:17,600 --> 00:15:19,204 I mean, the doors were locked. 162 00:15:20,920 --> 00:15:22,922 And airlock was off-limits 163 00:15:23,840 --> 00:15:25,683 'cause of regulations and stuff. 164 00:15:28,800 --> 00:15:31,201 James. Did they ever... 165 00:15:33,400 --> 00:15:34,731 ...touch you? 166 00:15:38,680 --> 00:15:39,920 It's okay. 167 00:15:43,160 --> 00:15:45,162 - Yeah. - Yeah. 168 00:15:46,480 --> 00:15:48,323 Sometimes... 169 00:15:50,920 --> 00:15:52,684 They'd grab me. 170 00:15:53,080 --> 00:15:54,445 Like this. 171 00:15:57,320 --> 00:15:58,890 And they'd say, 172 00:16:00,800 --> 00:16:02,768 "Great job on your studies, James. 173 00:16:04,720 --> 00:16:06,165 "We love you." 174 00:16:10,400 --> 00:16:12,209 Happened a lot. 175 00:16:16,000 --> 00:16:17,411 What's that on your shirt? 176 00:16:19,160 --> 00:16:20,730 It's Brigsby. 177 00:16:25,200 --> 00:16:26,531 'Course. 178 00:16:29,120 --> 00:16:34,889 Well, we got quite a few things to go over here just in terms of life, 179 00:16:36,280 --> 00:16:38,203 existence in general. (LAUGHS) 180 00:16:40,240 --> 00:16:42,891 Um, oh, first... 181 00:16:44,480 --> 00:16:45,811 Try this. 182 00:16:45,960 --> 00:16:50,204 I keep a special stash in my mini fridge for friends. 183 00:16:50,320 --> 00:16:52,084 I think you might like it. 184 00:17:13,720 --> 00:17:15,290 So, what is this place? 185 00:17:17,720 --> 00:17:19,722 This is a police station. 186 00:17:20,160 --> 00:17:23,687 Many years ago, you were abducted by Ted and April Mitchum. 187 00:17:24,000 --> 00:17:25,604 They're not your parents. 188 00:17:26,360 --> 00:17:29,489 You're going to meet them a little bit later on today. 189 00:17:55,440 --> 00:17:56,760 (REPORTERS CLAMORING) 190 00:17:56,840 --> 00:17:59,491 James. James. 191 00:17:59,960 --> 00:18:02,281 James, we know you have been through so, so much. 192 00:18:02,440 --> 00:18:05,046 How does it feel to finally be back where you belong? 193 00:18:08,360 --> 00:18:09,725 I didn't think... 194 00:18:10,160 --> 00:18:12,447 It's a different reality than what I thought. 195 00:18:13,400 --> 00:18:17,007 And everything's very big. It's really very big. 196 00:18:17,360 --> 00:18:19,761 - Okay. All right. Thank you, James. - Thank you. 197 00:18:21,040 --> 00:18:22,690 (CLAMORING CONTINUES) 198 00:18:33,240 --> 00:18:34,651 GREG: Here we are. 199 00:18:35,680 --> 00:18:36,880 (JAMES YELPS) 200 00:18:36,960 --> 00:18:38,325 - Sorry. Sorry. - GREG: It's okay. 201 00:18:38,760 --> 00:18:40,800 - It's okay. - I meant to put Melvin outside. 202 00:18:40,880 --> 00:18:43,360 - No. Melvin. - That's okay, boy. 203 00:18:43,440 --> 00:18:46,762 He's really friendly, I promise. He's just excited to see you. 204 00:18:48,080 --> 00:18:49,969 It's a lot bigger than the Gunnerfoxes. 205 00:18:50,480 --> 00:18:51,891 Hmm. 206 00:18:53,640 --> 00:18:55,130 Also, very friendlier. 207 00:18:55,240 --> 00:18:56,880 Oh, good. 208 00:18:56,960 --> 00:19:01,249 This is Aubrey's room. (CHUCKLES) Make sure you always knock first. 209 00:19:02,440 --> 00:19:06,684 And this is the bathroom. Full service of course. 210 00:19:07,800 --> 00:19:11,247 And this is your room. 211 00:19:13,360 --> 00:19:14,407 What do you think? 212 00:19:16,440 --> 00:19:17,885 I don't know. 213 00:19:18,440 --> 00:19:21,967 James, we just... We want you to know that... 214 00:19:23,800 --> 00:19:28,886 That every single day you were away, it felt like a... 215 00:19:29,720 --> 00:19:31,802 Like a piece of our heart was missing. 216 00:19:32,560 --> 00:19:33,561 Okay? 217 00:19:33,680 --> 00:19:38,720 So, okay, just love you, love you so, so much. 218 00:19:42,760 --> 00:19:45,240 You need anything else, or you just want to kick it? 219 00:19:46,240 --> 00:19:47,730 No, thank you. 220 00:19:49,200 --> 00:19:50,611 - Sure. Okay. - Just go. Yeah. 221 00:19:53,280 --> 00:19:54,725 (DOOR CLOSES) 222 00:20:01,960 --> 00:20:03,610 (JAMES MUTTERING INDISTINCTLY) 223 00:20:08,680 --> 00:20:10,682 May our minds be stronger tomorrow. 224 00:20:18,560 --> 00:20:21,325 - Thanks, James. That was great. - Yeah. 225 00:20:21,680 --> 00:20:24,809 What did you think about that, Aubrey? Pretty cool, huh? 226 00:20:26,320 --> 00:20:30,166 - Really cool, Dad. - Oh. We should do the list. Remember? 227 00:20:31,120 --> 00:20:34,761 All of our favorite stuff James hasn't had a chance to do yet. 228 00:20:35,240 --> 00:20:37,160 We can do it all together as a family. 229 00:20:37,240 --> 00:20:40,080 Yeah. That's right. I love that idea. 230 00:20:40,160 --> 00:20:41,844 Doesn't that sound like fun, James? 231 00:20:43,080 --> 00:20:46,448 - Oh! I know. Swimming! - Mmm. 232 00:20:47,120 --> 00:20:48,280 - Good one. - Yeah. 233 00:20:48,360 --> 00:20:52,285 - Swimming. In a pool and out at the lake. - Mmm. Mmm-hmm. 234 00:20:52,520 --> 00:20:55,200 Oh, oh. Canoeing. 235 00:20:55,280 --> 00:20:57,640 - Skipping rocks. - You're on fire. 236 00:20:57,720 --> 00:20:58,920 Fly fishing. 237 00:20:59,000 --> 00:21:01,320 Why are you guys so all about water right now? 238 00:21:01,400 --> 00:21:03,004 You're, like, freaking him out. 239 00:21:04,440 --> 00:21:08,161 Well, I'll just balance the list out with a bunch of land activities, too. 240 00:21:09,120 --> 00:21:12,124 And, James, you can choose to do whichever ones you like. 241 00:21:13,120 --> 00:21:16,329 Guess I'd just like to watch the new Brigsby tape, if that's okay. 242 00:21:17,800 --> 00:21:19,245 Brigsby tape? 243 00:21:19,480 --> 00:21:20,811 (SCOFFS) 244 00:21:25,600 --> 00:21:28,968 Seriously, though. Has it come in yet? 245 00:21:31,000 --> 00:21:32,650 - I don't know what that is. - Yeah. 246 00:21:32,960 --> 00:21:36,040 Look. See. It was delivered to our supply drop every week. 247 00:21:36,120 --> 00:21:38,960 Volume 14, episode 20. "Making Friends with the Wizzles." 248 00:21:39,040 --> 00:21:41,327 GREG: Huh. Real cool. LOUISE: Yeah. 249 00:21:41,480 --> 00:21:44,080 You know, you need a VCR for this, which we don't have. 250 00:21:44,160 --> 00:21:46,480 But I bet Pop-Pop Daryl's box is in the basement. 251 00:21:46,560 --> 00:21:47,960 We could probably find a VCR. 252 00:21:48,040 --> 00:21:51,320 Well, you know, in the meantime there's a bunch of other shows 253 00:21:51,400 --> 00:21:53,562 that we can watch on our television right now. 254 00:21:55,480 --> 00:21:57,164 So, they make other shows? 255 00:21:57,480 --> 00:22:00,290 - (LAUGHTER ON TV) - GREG: Oh, look, there's a funny family. 256 00:22:01,080 --> 00:22:04,482 Or a dance contest. 257 00:22:05,120 --> 00:22:08,203 Or... Ah, Fancy Cakes. 258 00:22:09,520 --> 00:22:13,840 Here. Why don't you try to drive, okay? This is how you scroll up and down. 259 00:22:13,920 --> 00:22:17,641 And then you just press select when you like something. Couch potato. 260 00:22:17,960 --> 00:22:19,200 Thank you. 261 00:22:21,000 --> 00:22:23,080 NEWSCASTER: ...incredible story out of Utah. 262 00:22:23,160 --> 00:22:25,208 A young man reunited with his family 263 00:22:25,320 --> 00:22:26,320 - after being abducted... - Oh, God. 264 00:22:26,400 --> 00:22:29,360 - ...from Cedar Hills. - Here. Let's watch something else. 265 00:22:29,440 --> 00:22:30,960 - The alleged kidnappers... - GREG: Shit, shit. 266 00:22:31,040 --> 00:22:33,440 ...are a former city college professor April Mitchum 267 00:22:33,520 --> 00:22:36,444 and her husband Ted, the artist and designer 268 00:22:36,600 --> 00:22:40,640 behind the wildly popular 80's toy, Terrence the Tiger. 269 00:22:40,720 --> 00:22:44,202 The couple are being charged with felony kidnapping and imprison... 270 00:22:44,920 --> 00:22:45,921 There. 271 00:22:48,400 --> 00:22:50,402 So, I think maybe it's my bedtime. 272 00:22:52,520 --> 00:22:55,569 You guys probably need to turn off the generator anyway, right? 273 00:22:55,720 --> 00:22:57,160 Uh... I... 274 00:22:57,240 --> 00:22:58,920 We don't really have bedtimes here. 275 00:22:59,000 --> 00:23:01,970 But you're welcome to go to your room whenever you want. 276 00:23:03,840 --> 00:23:06,002 We're on an electrical grid. 277 00:23:09,040 --> 00:23:10,644 (MUSIC PLAYING FAINTLY) 278 00:23:27,320 --> 00:23:28,560 Oh, sorry. 279 00:23:30,120 --> 00:23:31,804 What are you doing? 280 00:23:32,400 --> 00:23:34,368 I really like those rhythms. 281 00:23:34,720 --> 00:23:35,846 What? 282 00:23:36,680 --> 00:23:38,409 The music rhythms... 283 00:23:40,240 --> 00:23:41,287 Okay. 284 00:23:43,440 --> 00:23:46,091 (SONG PLAYING) 285 00:24:00,080 --> 00:24:01,570 (KNOCKING AT DOOR) 286 00:24:02,800 --> 00:24:03,801 GREG: James? 287 00:24:05,840 --> 00:24:08,923 Hey, I took today off from work. 288 00:24:10,000 --> 00:24:12,480 I was thinking maybe me and you could have some fun. 289 00:24:13,520 --> 00:24:15,522 I got a surprise planned. 290 00:24:36,000 --> 00:24:37,001 MAN: (ON SCREEN) Tell me where it says 291 00:24:37,120 --> 00:24:39,560 you're not allowed to bite someone in the rule book. 292 00:24:39,640 --> 00:24:41,449 Yep, there it is. You're right. 293 00:24:41,560 --> 00:24:42,971 (ALL LAUGHING) 294 00:24:43,120 --> 00:24:45,487 Hey, Coach Brad, I think I found your problem. 295 00:24:45,880 --> 00:24:47,200 Your car's a piece of crap. 296 00:24:47,280 --> 00:24:49,600 Hey, Gordo, how about next time you take the bus. 297 00:24:49,680 --> 00:24:50,681 You wish. 298 00:24:50,840 --> 00:24:53,127 How am I supposed to find somebody by Saturday... 299 00:24:54,160 --> 00:24:57,080 Seth, I think I have to call you back. 300 00:24:57,160 --> 00:25:00,120 Hey, wait up! Hey, where you going? 301 00:25:00,200 --> 00:25:02,043 Hey, you're not in trouble. 302 00:25:02,440 --> 00:25:03,930 Take off your helmet. 303 00:25:16,360 --> 00:25:17,600 BOY: A girl? 304 00:25:17,960 --> 00:25:21,640 Yeah, a girl. Hannah Slice, as a matter of fact. 305 00:25:21,720 --> 00:25:25,440 Where in the heck did you learn to shoot a puck like that? 306 00:25:25,520 --> 00:25:27,480 And remember when the one called Gordo... 307 00:25:27,560 --> 00:25:28,800 When he ate all that cake, 308 00:25:28,920 --> 00:25:30,880 and then he slipped and fell on his backside? 309 00:25:30,960 --> 00:25:33,645 - Remember that? - Yeah. Sure, that was pretty funny. 310 00:25:33,760 --> 00:25:36,366 It was different than Brigsby 'cause 311 00:25:36,560 --> 00:25:40,120 there weren't any spells, it was just one long adventure. 312 00:25:40,200 --> 00:25:42,720 But, you should... (STAMMERS) If you had seen it... 313 00:25:42,800 --> 00:25:45,120 It was just on a gigantic screen. 314 00:25:45,200 --> 00:25:50,809 Yeah. Hey, since you brought up Brigsby, maybe we could talk about that. Yeah? 315 00:25:51,400 --> 00:25:54,131 I think that's a great idea. Thank you, Mrs. Pope. 316 00:25:54,760 --> 00:25:56,330 Wait, who is that? 317 00:25:57,480 --> 00:25:58,880 Um... 318 00:25:58,960 --> 00:26:01,611 My name is Emily. Remember? 319 00:26:01,760 --> 00:26:03,683 No, I know, but what is this? 320 00:26:04,320 --> 00:26:06,641 Having to meet with you, what... What's going on? 321 00:26:07,200 --> 00:26:10,280 Well, your parents and I thought it might help if we got together 322 00:26:10,360 --> 00:26:13,443 every once in a while to just talk. 323 00:26:15,080 --> 00:26:16,240 Okay, but why though? 324 00:26:16,320 --> 00:26:19,120 Because that's what I do. I help people. 325 00:26:19,200 --> 00:26:20,720 Everyone says they're trying to help me 326 00:26:20,800 --> 00:26:23,280 but nobody can find me the new episode of Brigsby. 327 00:26:23,360 --> 00:26:27,922 Well, first of all, there wasn't a new episode this week. 328 00:26:28,200 --> 00:26:31,522 - (SCOFFS) That's impossible. - James. 329 00:26:32,080 --> 00:26:36,165 (SIGHS) The way that the police found you was... 330 00:26:36,280 --> 00:26:38,760 Someone spotted Ted going into a warehouse 331 00:26:38,840 --> 00:26:42,128 about 40 miles outside of where he was holding you captive. 332 00:26:42,720 --> 00:26:48,640 And inside that warehouse, they found a television stage of a cabin, 333 00:26:48,720 --> 00:26:51,121 with props and puppets. 334 00:26:52,320 --> 00:26:54,561 Do you see where I'm going with this? 335 00:26:56,200 --> 00:26:57,281 Brigsby stuff? 336 00:26:58,600 --> 00:27:01,968 My dad... My old... My old dad actually got to go there? 337 00:27:02,520 --> 00:27:03,726 James... 338 00:27:04,640 --> 00:27:08,690 Ted Mitchum, your captor, 339 00:27:10,120 --> 00:27:13,727 he was the one making the show. 340 00:27:19,680 --> 00:27:21,284 James? 341 00:27:23,800 --> 00:27:24,961 (YELLS) Yes! 342 00:27:25,080 --> 00:27:28,323 My dad or my old dad, he knew Brigsby? 343 00:27:29,040 --> 00:27:31,400 I think you're missing the point here, okay? 344 00:27:31,480 --> 00:27:34,360 He was the one who was deciding what Brigsby would do next? 345 00:27:34,440 --> 00:27:35,560 That's right. 346 00:27:35,640 --> 00:27:37,960 Did it have... Did they figure out 347 00:27:38,040 --> 00:27:39,804 who's going to take over doing it? 348 00:27:40,120 --> 00:27:42,361 EMILY: No one's taking over doing it. 349 00:27:44,040 --> 00:27:47,123 You're the only person who's ever seen the show. 350 00:27:48,440 --> 00:27:50,363 But I have friends 351 00:27:50,480 --> 00:27:53,563 on the Brigsby Bearfan forum that watched it on my computer. 352 00:27:54,200 --> 00:27:58,560 Well, the computer at your old home was run on a closed network. 353 00:27:58,640 --> 00:28:02,850 So, any content there we can assume was created by Ted and April. 354 00:28:07,280 --> 00:28:09,282 So, Brigsby Boy One, 355 00:28:10,000 --> 00:28:12,241 Brigsby Boy Two, Brigsby Boy Three... 356 00:28:14,520 --> 00:28:16,080 They weren't real? 357 00:28:16,160 --> 00:28:18,162 I'm sorry, James, no. 358 00:28:21,320 --> 00:28:22,924 What about Brigsby Girl? 359 00:28:26,240 --> 00:28:28,000 I know this isn't easy. 360 00:28:28,080 --> 00:28:31,000 And there are going to be some really deep emotions 361 00:28:31,080 --> 00:28:32,680 associated with this transition. 362 00:28:32,760 --> 00:28:36,640 And we're so excited to help you get back on track, 363 00:28:36,720 --> 00:28:39,480 and, you know, we're going to have so much fun. 364 00:28:39,560 --> 00:28:42,720 You're not even going to remember some old TV show. 365 00:28:42,800 --> 00:28:44,370 EMILY: So, what do you think, James? 366 00:28:44,640 --> 00:28:46,847 Do you have any other questions? 367 00:28:49,680 --> 00:28:50,806 Yeah. 368 00:28:53,080 --> 00:28:54,684 Who made Hockey High? 369 00:28:54,960 --> 00:28:56,246 Uh... 370 00:28:57,080 --> 00:29:00,289 I think it was the guy who did Sir Bachelor. Is that the name of it? 371 00:29:00,440 --> 00:29:02,841 - Mr. Bachelor. - Mr. Bachelor. 372 00:29:04,200 --> 00:29:05,850 Does he do all the movies? 373 00:29:06,880 --> 00:29:08,211 No... Uh... 374 00:29:08,920 --> 00:29:12,920 There are lots of different directors who make lots of different movies. 375 00:29:13,000 --> 00:29:14,490 LOUISE: (SOFTLY) Yeah. 376 00:29:15,240 --> 00:29:16,685 Can anyone do it? 377 00:29:17,600 --> 00:29:18,931 GREG: Sure. 378 00:29:25,960 --> 00:29:27,689 (TYPING) 379 00:30:02,520 --> 00:30:04,010 (KNOCK AT DOOR) 380 00:30:04,680 --> 00:30:05,966 Hey. 381 00:30:07,240 --> 00:30:08,241 Hey. 382 00:30:08,840 --> 00:30:12,731 So, I'm going to my school's football game with a couple of people. 383 00:30:13,400 --> 00:30:18,804 And if that's something you wanted to go to, then you're invited. 384 00:30:19,000 --> 00:30:20,440 But you totally don't have to. 385 00:30:20,520 --> 00:30:23,800 Is that the thing with the mean guys in the mask where they get mad? 386 00:30:23,880 --> 00:30:26,884 Exactly. It's really stupid. 387 00:30:27,640 --> 00:30:29,640 And... 388 00:30:29,720 --> 00:30:33,202 And do you want... Do you want me to come to it? Or is it something... 389 00:30:34,400 --> 00:30:35,845 LOUISE: Aubrey? 390 00:30:37,120 --> 00:30:38,963 Yeah, I guess. 391 00:30:40,200 --> 00:30:41,611 (HORN HONKS) 392 00:30:46,160 --> 00:30:48,845 Okay, so look. We're not going to a football game. 393 00:30:50,040 --> 00:30:51,849 - We're not? - Uh, no. 394 00:30:52,440 --> 00:30:54,280 This kid, his parents are out of town. 395 00:30:54,360 --> 00:30:57,807 So, he's having a couple people over. It should be totally fine, but... 396 00:30:58,600 --> 00:31:00,125 Just be normal, all right? 397 00:31:00,560 --> 00:31:03,040 And don't tell anyone how old you are, 398 00:31:03,360 --> 00:31:05,567 that we're related. 399 00:31:06,440 --> 00:31:08,044 - What's up? - Hey, man. 400 00:31:09,760 --> 00:31:11,285 - Sorry. - It's cool. 401 00:31:11,880 --> 00:31:13,450 Hey, I'm Merideth. 402 00:31:14,040 --> 00:31:16,202 - Hi. - That's James. 403 00:31:16,720 --> 00:31:20,160 Yeah, I saw you on the news, man. It's crazy. 404 00:31:20,240 --> 00:31:21,730 You like Cedar Hills? 405 00:31:23,200 --> 00:31:24,645 I like movies. 406 00:31:25,080 --> 00:31:26,684 Yeah, exactly. 407 00:31:29,000 --> 00:31:31,640 AUBREY: Yeah, I don't know. Matt keeps texting me, but... 408 00:31:31,720 --> 00:31:32,840 I like him for you. 409 00:31:32,920 --> 00:31:35,241 - Are you going to hang out? - Yeah, I don't know. 410 00:31:41,600 --> 00:31:43,967 - (HIP-HOP MUSIC PLAYING) - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 411 00:31:47,240 --> 00:31:48,241 Hey. 412 00:31:49,080 --> 00:31:50,730 Yo, finally. Jesus. 413 00:31:50,880 --> 00:31:52,325 - I know. - Come on, bring it in. 414 00:31:52,720 --> 00:31:54,160 You guys feeling a try to buy? 415 00:31:54,240 --> 00:31:55,840 - Wanna touch 'em? - It's all right. 416 00:31:55,920 --> 00:31:57,600 Hey Spence, you got any shit on you? 417 00:31:57,680 --> 00:32:00,240 No, but Logan's around. So you can go check with him. 418 00:32:00,320 --> 00:32:01,880 And your kegs are out back. 419 00:32:01,960 --> 00:32:03,485 - Thank you. - Sure. 420 00:32:13,880 --> 00:32:15,450 Hey, what's up, man? I'm Spence. 421 00:32:17,360 --> 00:32:19,044 Is that some kind of Bear Speeder? 422 00:32:19,360 --> 00:32:20,361 What? 423 00:32:20,560 --> 00:32:23,920 Is that some kind of Bear Speeder or a Stealodrone Rider on your shirt? 424 00:32:24,000 --> 00:32:26,844 Yeah, no. It's, you know, Enterprise and Trek shit. 425 00:32:31,600 --> 00:32:35,321 My parents stole me when I was a baby, but I still think they are pretty cool. 426 00:32:35,480 --> 00:32:36,925 (LAUGHS) 427 00:32:39,120 --> 00:32:40,121 That's tight. 428 00:32:42,360 --> 00:32:43,560 You want a beer? 429 00:32:43,640 --> 00:32:45,240 Yes, I would like one of that. 430 00:32:45,320 --> 00:32:46,970 All right, cool. Follow me. 431 00:32:47,080 --> 00:32:48,081 Okay. 432 00:32:48,840 --> 00:32:50,888 ALL: ...eight, nine, ten, 433 00:32:51,400 --> 00:32:56,760 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16... 434 00:32:56,840 --> 00:32:58,444 Hey, yo, send me that, all right. 435 00:32:58,600 --> 00:33:01,365 ...18, 19, 20... 436 00:33:07,880 --> 00:33:09,006 Hi. 437 00:33:15,400 --> 00:33:18,847 Hi, I'm James. I really like your clothes. 438 00:33:21,000 --> 00:33:22,604 Hey, man, everything good? 439 00:33:23,400 --> 00:33:26,210 Yeah. Just meeting some new people. 440 00:33:27,120 --> 00:33:29,480 Dude, yeah, I don't even know who those guys are. 441 00:33:29,560 --> 00:33:32,609 I mean, they look like dicks. All right? Don't worry about them. 442 00:33:34,360 --> 00:33:36,089 I told them I liked their clothes but... 443 00:33:36,200 --> 00:33:39,522 Actually, I think maybe... I think maybe I like my clothes a bit more. 444 00:33:40,280 --> 00:33:43,124 Hey, you're... You're Aubrey's brother. 445 00:33:43,400 --> 00:33:45,600 Right? And you were... 446 00:33:45,680 --> 00:33:48,440 You were stuck in the same house for, like, your whole life? 447 00:33:48,520 --> 00:33:50,488 - I went on the roof sometimes. - (CHUCKLES) 448 00:33:50,880 --> 00:33:52,211 That's a good call, dude. 449 00:33:52,680 --> 00:33:54,045 Well, cheers. To... 450 00:33:54,880 --> 00:33:57,406 Hey, this is your first party, right? 451 00:33:58,400 --> 00:34:00,687 Dude. Sick! 452 00:34:01,560 --> 00:34:03,449 - Dude, let's turn up, bro, cheers. - Yeah. 453 00:34:03,920 --> 00:34:05,680 - Turn up. Let's turn up. - Turn up! 454 00:34:05,760 --> 00:34:08,331 But this is before the collapse of the third federation 455 00:34:08,440 --> 00:34:10,960 when everything changes and Brigsby becomes an outlaw. 456 00:34:11,040 --> 00:34:13,800 But he's still a good guy, even though now he's got to... 457 00:34:13,880 --> 00:34:16,080 Now he's gotta work with the Stardust Bandits. 458 00:34:16,160 --> 00:34:19,160 So, sorry, what are we talking about here? Like a trained bear? 459 00:34:19,240 --> 00:34:20,400 - Brigsby? - Yeah. 460 00:34:20,480 --> 00:34:23,160 Yeah. He's trained in space combat, puzzle solving, quest. 461 00:34:23,240 --> 00:34:25,400 And I guess he also happens to be the best version of yourself 462 00:34:25,480 --> 00:34:28,760 via series of life instructional lessons. Plus he's got rainbow eyes too. 463 00:34:28,840 --> 00:34:30,120 How do the rainbow eyes work? 464 00:34:30,200 --> 00:34:32,400 It's... I don't know. If you ever need a rainbow, 465 00:34:32,480 --> 00:34:34,240 - you get a rainbow. - That's insane. I love it. 466 00:34:34,320 --> 00:34:35,960 Yeah, it's insane. I love it, yeah. 467 00:34:36,040 --> 00:34:37,644 So, does it fix people? 468 00:34:37,760 --> 00:34:40,200 Yeah. It provides an energy and positivity 469 00:34:40,280 --> 00:34:42,160 that will make anything come to life, I guess. 470 00:34:42,240 --> 00:34:44,040 That's amazing. 471 00:34:44,120 --> 00:34:45,770 How many episodes? 472 00:34:45,920 --> 00:34:48,924 It's 25 volumes, 736 episodes total. 473 00:34:51,120 --> 00:34:53,646 If you ever want to see it, I've got it on tape, too. 474 00:34:54,120 --> 00:34:56,964 Dude, please. That'd be dope as shit. 475 00:34:57,120 --> 00:34:59,805 Yeah. Yeah, it's pretty dope as shit. 476 00:35:00,760 --> 00:35:02,922 - Hey, James, do you want one of these? - Yeah. 477 00:35:06,040 --> 00:35:08,240 Also did I say that there's going to be a movie? 478 00:35:08,320 --> 00:35:09,680 - What? - Yeah, I'm making it. 479 00:35:09,760 --> 00:35:11,250 I'm making a Brigsby movie. 480 00:35:11,400 --> 00:35:13,084 - Nice, man. - That's awesome! 481 00:35:13,400 --> 00:35:15,721 - Dude, can I be in it? - Yeah, well, we'll see. 482 00:35:17,400 --> 00:35:19,402 You guys are in it. We'll see about you. 483 00:35:20,360 --> 00:35:22,283 I'm just kidding. Yes, I want you in it. 484 00:35:22,920 --> 00:35:24,968 (CLUB MUSIC PLAYING) 485 00:35:42,160 --> 00:35:44,162 (MUSIC FADING) 486 00:35:50,720 --> 00:35:52,085 Are you okay? 487 00:35:55,480 --> 00:35:57,084 Let's go sit down. 488 00:36:11,080 --> 00:36:13,686 Sit here. All right. Careful. 489 00:36:14,640 --> 00:36:16,961 Here you go. Here, drink this. 490 00:36:21,840 --> 00:36:23,001 Don't worry. 491 00:36:23,680 --> 00:36:25,920 My first time rolling was intense, too, but... 492 00:36:26,000 --> 00:36:27,120 (CLEARS THROAT) 493 00:36:27,200 --> 00:36:31,364 Once you just relax and let go, it feels really nice. 494 00:36:32,880 --> 00:36:34,166 I'm not used to it. 495 00:36:37,560 --> 00:36:41,167 There's probably a lot of stuff you've never done, huh? 496 00:36:44,440 --> 00:36:45,885 I guess so. 497 00:36:46,880 --> 00:36:48,405 (EXHALES) 498 00:36:52,400 --> 00:36:54,641 Have you ever been with a girl? 499 00:36:55,040 --> 00:36:58,010 Mmm-hmm. On the Internet. 500 00:36:58,320 --> 00:37:01,324 But that was really just my first parents playing tricks on me. 501 00:37:09,000 --> 00:37:12,129 Just... Just relax. 502 00:37:37,720 --> 00:37:38,760 (GASPS) 503 00:37:38,840 --> 00:37:41,844 That feels very... That feels very nice. 504 00:37:43,160 --> 00:37:45,360 Thank you for... Thank you for what you're doing. 505 00:37:45,440 --> 00:37:46,771 That feels very good. 506 00:37:48,840 --> 00:37:50,524 (BOTH PANTING) 507 00:37:52,280 --> 00:37:53,645 Thank you for that! Goodbye. 508 00:37:54,240 --> 00:37:55,321 Thank you for that. 509 00:37:56,200 --> 00:37:57,611 (DOOR CLOSES) 510 00:37:58,760 --> 00:37:59,761 - James! - Sorry. 511 00:37:59,880 --> 00:38:01,880 James. What are you doing? You're embarrassing me. 512 00:38:01,960 --> 00:38:03,371 I'm very sorry, Aubrey. 513 00:38:06,480 --> 00:38:07,766 Ahh. 514 00:38:08,160 --> 00:38:09,240 James. Dude, hold on. 515 00:38:09,320 --> 00:38:11,971 Thank you for my first party, Spencer. 516 00:38:12,080 --> 00:38:14,924 SPENCE: Yo, James, where you going? Yo! 517 00:38:15,640 --> 00:38:17,608 (MANIACAL LAUGHTER) 518 00:38:18,400 --> 00:38:19,640 James, hold up. 519 00:38:20,000 --> 00:38:21,445 (JAMES YELLS FEARFULLY) 520 00:38:23,800 --> 00:38:25,404 Ahh! 521 00:38:26,080 --> 00:38:27,366 SNATCHER: James! 522 00:38:28,000 --> 00:38:30,128 Where are you even going, man? 523 00:38:30,600 --> 00:38:32,364 Sun Snatcher! 524 00:38:33,000 --> 00:38:35,571 How are you possibly this wasted right now? 525 00:38:36,200 --> 00:38:37,850 Stay away from me, Snatcher. 526 00:38:38,280 --> 00:38:39,964 Did you and Merideth smash? 527 00:38:40,320 --> 00:38:41,640 (GASPS) 528 00:38:41,720 --> 00:38:43,449 No. Tricksand! 529 00:38:44,120 --> 00:38:46,122 (SNATCHER LAUGHING) 530 00:38:48,720 --> 00:38:50,006 (YELLING) 531 00:39:13,520 --> 00:39:14,681 What happened? 532 00:39:15,520 --> 00:39:18,126 Oh, shit. There he is. (CHUCKLES) 533 00:39:18,480 --> 00:39:21,600 You just started tripping. You passed out in the backyard. 534 00:39:21,680 --> 00:39:23,160 So, I just brought you in. 535 00:39:23,240 --> 00:39:26,562 And Aubrey talked to your parents, so you're good, dude. 536 00:39:28,560 --> 00:39:31,564 I'm really very sorry, Mr. Spencer. 537 00:39:31,720 --> 00:39:33,688 Dude, it's just Spence, bro. 538 00:39:33,880 --> 00:39:36,167 - Spence. - Yeah. 539 00:39:39,280 --> 00:39:40,611 Is this stuff from a show? 540 00:39:41,560 --> 00:39:44,404 Oh, dude, no. Man, these are the classics, dude. 541 00:39:45,000 --> 00:39:47,040 You got a lot of catching up to do, bro. 542 00:39:47,120 --> 00:39:48,610 (MUTTERING INDISTINCTLY) 543 00:39:50,760 --> 00:39:52,880 Wait, whoa, what's all that? 544 00:39:52,960 --> 00:39:54,246 Oh. Did you do that? 545 00:39:54,360 --> 00:39:57,330 No, this is just some bullshit, I guess. Well, and... 546 00:39:59,720 --> 00:40:02,644 Yeah, you know, I'm still learning and... 547 00:40:03,080 --> 00:40:05,480 I want to go to college for it or something. 548 00:40:05,560 --> 00:40:09,160 It looks like it's going well, and maybe you could do more of it. 549 00:40:09,240 --> 00:40:10,321 Yeah. 550 00:40:13,320 --> 00:40:17,800 All right, so these are the best of volumes 14 to 25. 551 00:40:17,880 --> 00:40:19,560 That's when the show started getting good. 552 00:40:19,640 --> 00:40:22,450 Nice. Oh. Donald Duck's in this shit. 553 00:40:24,040 --> 00:40:25,120 No that's Goody Goose. 554 00:40:25,200 --> 00:40:27,400 He's the top pilot in the Starsquad Alliance. 555 00:40:27,480 --> 00:40:31,087 Well, he looks like Donald Duck. It's this cartoon character. 556 00:40:31,520 --> 00:40:33,249 Well, it's not. It's Goody Goose. 557 00:40:34,320 --> 00:40:37,449 Yeah, oh and I'll get these to Aubrey when I'm done. Cool? 558 00:40:38,160 --> 00:40:40,322 - Cool. - All right, bro. 559 00:40:41,200 --> 00:40:42,201 All right, bro. 560 00:40:48,640 --> 00:40:50,051 (JAMES SIGHS) 561 00:40:50,960 --> 00:40:54,680 VOGEL: I'm sorry, James. Tell me again, what is this for exactly? 562 00:40:54,760 --> 00:40:57,240 That's a list of everything I need for the Brigsby movie I'm making. 563 00:40:57,360 --> 00:40:59,886 I need all the cameras from my old dad's Brigsby set. 564 00:41:00,040 --> 00:41:01,610 Any props, costumes, all that. 565 00:41:01,760 --> 00:41:04,331 Oh, also, I need to find the Smile sisters. 566 00:41:04,440 --> 00:41:06,010 Whoever they are in real life. 567 00:41:07,200 --> 00:41:09,089 You guys got the stuff, right? 568 00:41:09,240 --> 00:41:12,720 We do, but it's part of an ongoing police investigation. 569 00:41:12,800 --> 00:41:14,640 Okay, so after that? 570 00:41:14,720 --> 00:41:17,690 After that it becomes police property. 571 00:41:31,280 --> 00:41:33,567 What do you say we keep this between you and me? 572 00:41:35,360 --> 00:41:37,203 I can't accept that. 573 00:41:37,400 --> 00:41:38,640 Then I'm taking it back. 574 00:41:44,720 --> 00:41:46,722 - Don't be mad at me. - I'm not mad. 575 00:41:46,880 --> 00:41:48,564 I'm just a little more rich. 576 00:42:06,600 --> 00:42:07,681 Hello, James. 577 00:42:10,240 --> 00:42:12,083 Still hanging around, huh? 578 00:42:12,920 --> 00:42:16,129 I feel like I wasn't clear earlier about what I'm trying to do here. 579 00:42:24,200 --> 00:42:26,680 Try to imagine a hero. 580 00:42:28,720 --> 00:42:31,929 And he's not on the bad side, 581 00:42:33,560 --> 00:42:35,085 he's on the good side. 582 00:42:36,760 --> 00:42:39,889 But he has to go against a guy on the bad side. 583 00:42:41,920 --> 00:42:46,642 So that's why he decides he's going to go on an adventure. 584 00:42:47,760 --> 00:42:50,001 Plus, it's not on a TV, it's on a screen so big 585 00:42:50,160 --> 00:42:52,606 you're going to feel like you're in another world. 586 00:42:53,960 --> 00:42:56,964 Right. No, I know what a movie is. 587 00:42:57,760 --> 00:42:59,922 And I think it's really great to be creative. 588 00:43:01,240 --> 00:43:04,323 I actually performed in a lot of plays when I was in high school. 589 00:43:04,480 --> 00:43:05,686 - No way. - Mmm. 590 00:43:05,840 --> 00:43:06,841 Prospero. 591 00:43:08,120 --> 00:43:09,281 The Tempest. 592 00:43:10,560 --> 00:43:11,641 "I pray thee, 593 00:43:13,720 --> 00:43:14,881 "mark me 594 00:43:15,880 --> 00:43:17,882 "that a brother could be so perfidious! 595 00:43:19,880 --> 00:43:24,920 "He who next thyself, in all the world 596 00:43:25,640 --> 00:43:27,244 "loves a..." 597 00:43:30,280 --> 00:43:32,520 I don't remember the rest of it. But, you know, it's... 598 00:43:32,600 --> 00:43:35,080 That was so good. That was... What? 599 00:43:35,160 --> 00:43:37,840 I didn't have any time to prepare anything so it was just... 600 00:43:37,920 --> 00:43:41,606 - Thank you. - No, that was amazing. Do you do theaters? 601 00:43:41,720 --> 00:43:45,880 No, I'm just saying I know what you're trying to do. 602 00:43:45,960 --> 00:43:48,611 And I think it's... I think it's great, James. 603 00:43:49,720 --> 00:43:50,721 Why? 604 00:43:51,280 --> 00:43:52,486 Why what? 605 00:43:53,240 --> 00:43:55,447 - Why don't you do it anymore? - Act? 606 00:43:58,960 --> 00:44:03,807 You know, things change. You get older, move on. 607 00:44:07,160 --> 00:44:08,650 I do this now. 608 00:44:12,200 --> 00:44:15,204 It's very sad you didn't get to do what was important to you. 609 00:44:17,880 --> 00:44:19,291 Bye, Detective Vogel. 610 00:44:21,040 --> 00:44:22,405 (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) 611 00:44:45,440 --> 00:44:47,010 - Detective? - Hey. 612 00:44:47,200 --> 00:44:48,531 (CLEARS THROAT) 613 00:44:48,800 --> 00:44:50,165 You lookin' for something? 614 00:44:50,360 --> 00:44:51,691 No. 615 00:44:54,240 --> 00:44:56,083 I thought I left my keys in here. 616 00:44:56,800 --> 00:44:59,326 So, what do you think? Uh... 617 00:44:59,800 --> 00:45:01,962 We got World Geography, very fun. 618 00:45:02,120 --> 00:45:05,522 And European History, which is a lot of action. 619 00:45:05,840 --> 00:45:07,604 Ancient Religions. 620 00:45:08,760 --> 00:45:10,683 Could I learn how to pilot a car? 621 00:45:11,160 --> 00:45:14,721 Yeah. You know, I don't see why not. 622 00:45:15,640 --> 00:45:18,040 Just have to get you a learner's permit. 623 00:45:18,120 --> 00:45:19,640 GREG: Hey, that would be fun. 624 00:45:19,720 --> 00:45:22,600 You're supposed to take a couple classes and a written test, 625 00:45:22,680 --> 00:45:25,001 but I'd take you out, show you the ropes. 626 00:45:25,360 --> 00:45:26,566 (BELL DINGING) 627 00:45:27,720 --> 00:45:29,640 It sounds like the great chimes of Enow. 628 00:45:29,720 --> 00:45:33,281 Oh, does it? Do you want to answer the door? 629 00:45:34,760 --> 00:45:35,921 James. 630 00:45:36,720 --> 00:45:38,240 Just the man I was looking for. 631 00:45:38,320 --> 00:45:40,129 Wait, where's all your soldier stuff? 632 00:45:40,280 --> 00:45:41,645 Huh? I'm off duty right now. 633 00:45:42,520 --> 00:45:46,120 Now look, there's no way I could get you everything on that list, all right? 634 00:45:46,200 --> 00:45:49,840 But Forensics does have more evidence than they know what to do with. 635 00:45:49,920 --> 00:45:53,242 So, I figured they wouldn't miss a couple items like... 636 00:45:53,440 --> 00:45:55,520 (GASPS) The Sortis Crystal! 637 00:45:55,600 --> 00:45:57,045 That's what I thought. 638 00:45:57,400 --> 00:46:00,040 Yeah, and I found this in back. 639 00:46:00,120 --> 00:46:02,885 - It wasn't on the list, but... - Bortep's staff! 640 00:46:03,040 --> 00:46:05,320 I thought that was stuck in a time flux. 641 00:46:05,400 --> 00:46:08,210 I don't know what that is but it's got a nice weight to it. 642 00:46:08,320 --> 00:46:11,688 And last but not least, one of these bad boys. 643 00:46:19,160 --> 00:46:20,480 That's Brigsby. 644 00:46:20,560 --> 00:46:22,847 Yeah? I assumed. 645 00:46:23,160 --> 00:46:26,528 Look, it holds a cassette in the back. It's nice. 646 00:46:28,280 --> 00:46:31,240 And is... Do I get to have it? 647 00:46:31,320 --> 00:46:33,320 You could hold on to it. 648 00:46:33,400 --> 00:46:36,080 All right? I'm not technically supposed to have this stuff. 649 00:46:36,160 --> 00:46:38,606 So, nothing in public, right? 650 00:46:38,960 --> 00:46:42,328 Thank you. This is so dope as shit. 651 00:46:43,400 --> 00:46:44,526 You're welcome. 652 00:46:45,600 --> 00:46:46,601 Yes! 653 00:46:47,320 --> 00:46:48,440 Very dope as shit, huh? 654 00:46:48,520 --> 00:46:50,520 Hey, can you grab some more of the stuff? 655 00:46:50,600 --> 00:46:52,568 - Sure. - Sorry about that, Mr. Pope. 656 00:46:53,200 --> 00:46:54,884 I hope I wasn't intruding today. 657 00:46:56,040 --> 00:46:57,804 No, not at all. 658 00:46:58,000 --> 00:46:59,445 But I will say, 659 00:46:59,560 --> 00:47:03,320 this transition we've been going through hasn't exactly been easy, as you know. 660 00:47:03,400 --> 00:47:05,926 Oh, I can imagine. Listen, I'm just trying to help. 661 00:47:06,320 --> 00:47:09,244 That's the thing, actually. This Brigsby business... 662 00:47:09,680 --> 00:47:12,650 I realize James is a big fan, but all this stuff... 663 00:47:13,040 --> 00:47:15,520 These aren't collector's items we're talking about. 664 00:47:15,720 --> 00:47:19,088 These are tools used by very sick people to imprison my son. 665 00:47:20,440 --> 00:47:21,566 Right. 666 00:47:22,200 --> 00:47:23,804 Of course. I'm sorry. I just... 667 00:47:25,240 --> 00:47:27,720 I just wanted to help him with this movie of his. 668 00:47:27,800 --> 00:47:29,086 He's making a movie? 669 00:47:29,560 --> 00:47:31,562 What else you got here? (GASPS) 670 00:47:32,400 --> 00:47:35,210 Brizzle Wizzle, what? 671 00:47:35,640 --> 00:47:40,771 He's one of the most powerful Wizzles, except for when he works with Tizzle! 672 00:47:42,920 --> 00:47:44,490 Sorry. 673 00:47:48,440 --> 00:47:49,601 Quasar. 674 00:47:49,880 --> 00:47:53,200 If we act fast, it should give us enough power to blast all the way... 675 00:47:53,280 --> 00:47:56,080 See when... If you press play, it will move with the sound. 676 00:47:56,160 --> 00:47:57,880 - What do you think, gang? - Isn't that amazing? 677 00:47:57,960 --> 00:48:00,280 - It's dangerous. - Ah. Wow. Wow. 678 00:48:00,360 --> 00:48:03,887 That is really... That's really something, huh? 679 00:48:04,040 --> 00:48:05,644 Yeah. Very interesting. 680 00:48:05,800 --> 00:48:07,211 We know what we have to do. 681 00:48:07,400 --> 00:48:09,320 But there's only one way into the Forbidden Forest. 682 00:48:09,400 --> 00:48:10,480 I know this one. I know this one. 683 00:48:10,560 --> 00:48:12,847 "We must pass through the core of the planet." 684 00:48:13,080 --> 00:48:16,360 But isn't that... That's where the fire gods live, in the fire realm. 685 00:48:16,440 --> 00:48:19,364 Yes, but we must make peace with the gods of fire. 686 00:48:19,520 --> 00:48:21,363 For the sake of both our worlds. 687 00:48:21,560 --> 00:48:23,130 Aah... 688 00:48:23,720 --> 00:48:26,007 So maybe we do the studies another time? 689 00:48:26,280 --> 00:48:28,601 And I'll head to my room for the rest of the day. 690 00:48:29,440 --> 00:48:31,761 Are you hungry? 'Cause I can make you a sandwich 691 00:48:31,920 --> 00:48:34,240 and we can listen to some more Briggles Bear. 692 00:48:34,320 --> 00:48:36,360 Oh, wait. Why don't we take a look at the list? 693 00:48:36,440 --> 00:48:37,646 I mean, it's Saturday. 694 00:48:37,920 --> 00:48:39,206 No, thanks. 695 00:48:43,960 --> 00:48:45,880 Yeah, hold on, he's just in his room. (GASPS) 696 00:48:45,960 --> 00:48:47,928 - Oh, my God. - Sorry. It's me, James. 697 00:48:48,080 --> 00:48:50,162 - Not a real bear. - What is wrong with you? 698 00:48:51,360 --> 00:48:54,603 Well, I was abducted, and I feel like that has something... 699 00:48:54,760 --> 00:48:55,921 No. I get it. 700 00:48:56,240 --> 00:48:58,080 Okay, this whole thing is weird enough 701 00:48:58,160 --> 00:49:00,320 without you trying to hang out with people my age 702 00:49:00,400 --> 00:49:02,400 or embarrass me in front of my friends. 703 00:49:02,480 --> 00:49:04,801 Also, people are saying you hooked up with Merideth. 704 00:49:04,920 --> 00:49:07,400 Okay, do not do that. You're old. 705 00:49:08,360 --> 00:49:09,964 Tell Mom you need your own phone. 706 00:49:11,480 --> 00:49:12,481 Okay. 707 00:49:13,320 --> 00:49:14,560 Talk. 708 00:49:15,840 --> 00:49:17,968 - What do you want me to say? - Into the phone. 709 00:49:18,920 --> 00:49:19,921 Hello? 710 00:49:20,440 --> 00:49:22,807 James, we gotta talk about these tapes, dude! 711 00:49:22,960 --> 00:49:24,200 - It's Spencer. - I know. 712 00:49:24,280 --> 00:49:26,400 All right, so first of all in that last episode... Thanks, dude. 713 00:49:26,480 --> 00:49:29,560 When Brigsby's in that ice planet right before the federation invades. 714 00:49:29,640 --> 00:49:31,210 Yeah, but that's when Brigsby reveals the moon base. 715 00:49:31,320 --> 00:49:33,560 Yeah, but it's an old Brigsby to, like, the future Brigsby. 716 00:49:33,640 --> 00:49:35,560 Yeah. "Hope is not yet lost!" 717 00:49:35,640 --> 00:49:38,325 That's what old Brigsby says to, well, himself. 718 00:49:38,560 --> 00:49:39,561 It's a piece of art. 719 00:49:39,680 --> 00:49:41,887 It's like this whole TV show made in a bedroom. 720 00:49:42,040 --> 00:49:44,486 And all the characters he put into that one universe. 721 00:49:44,600 --> 00:49:46,090 Then at the end of the episode 722 00:49:46,200 --> 00:49:49,480 when Sun Snatcher melts the peace treaty before it has time to take effect 723 00:49:49,560 --> 00:49:52,040 That's like really good storytelling, dude. 724 00:49:54,720 --> 00:49:55,881 You okay? 725 00:49:56,360 --> 00:49:59,648 Yeah... No. That's... That was one of my favorite parts, too. 726 00:49:59,840 --> 00:50:03,040 Okay, so are you doing an original or are you doing the same story? 727 00:50:03,120 --> 00:50:04,680 It's basically right where the show left off. 728 00:50:04,760 --> 00:50:08,440 Snatcher is more powerful than ever. Galaxy is on the brink of destruction. 729 00:50:08,520 --> 00:50:12,491 The old alliances are broken, and there's only one bear who can save it. 730 00:50:13,080 --> 00:50:14,445 Guess who? 731 00:50:15,560 --> 00:50:16,766 Brigsby. 732 00:50:17,920 --> 00:50:20,400 So like uh... What happens next? 733 00:50:20,480 --> 00:50:23,200 Okay, so first, Pla'torian raiders come in on their lightships 734 00:50:23,280 --> 00:50:25,851 to Brigsby's cabin in the desert where he's lived his whole life 735 00:50:25,960 --> 00:50:27,849 and they take his bear parents prisoner. 736 00:50:27,960 --> 00:50:32,409 Then they bring him to a world that he never even knew existed. 737 00:50:32,560 --> 00:50:35,120 The Future Light Fortress. It is massive! 738 00:50:35,200 --> 00:50:36,960 And that's when it gets complicated. 739 00:50:37,040 --> 00:50:38,320 He got to escape the palace. 740 00:50:38,400 --> 00:50:40,920 He travels to Forever Mountain gets the Sortis Crystal 741 00:50:41,000 --> 00:50:44,083 and then he finally, finally finds the Smiles Sisters. 742 00:50:44,240 --> 00:50:45,680 And, for the first time ever, 743 00:50:45,760 --> 00:50:48,809 Brigsby defeats Sun Snatcher, once and for all. 744 00:50:49,600 --> 00:50:53,002 And then maybe at some point he gets his bear parents out of space jail. 745 00:50:53,160 --> 00:50:56,721 'Cause if you think about what they did, it wasn't even that bad. 746 00:50:57,440 --> 00:51:01,923 Dude, this is insane. It's so good. Bro, we could use my camera. 747 00:51:02,120 --> 00:51:04,726 We could start shooting this thing right now. Like... 748 00:51:05,080 --> 00:51:07,160 Brigsby's the only one in that scene, right? 749 00:51:07,240 --> 00:51:09,129 - Yeah. - We could shoot that shit tomorrow, dude. 750 00:51:09,280 --> 00:51:10,400 - Really? - Yeah, man. 751 00:51:10,480 --> 00:51:13,440 I actually know a place that looks just like that an hour and a half away. 752 00:51:13,520 --> 00:51:16,000 And if we just add some green screen and some props. 753 00:51:16,080 --> 00:51:18,320 I mean, we've got some work, but it's doable. 754 00:51:18,400 --> 00:51:19,561 Brigsby, what's wrong? 755 00:51:19,680 --> 00:51:21,682 Wait, how did Brigsby get in there? 756 00:51:22,400 --> 00:51:25,483 Oh, yeah, so I uploaded some clips online. 757 00:51:25,600 --> 00:51:29,321 And I was going to send you the link I know you don't got a VCR or whatever. 758 00:51:30,040 --> 00:51:31,405 And they've... 759 00:51:31,880 --> 00:51:34,167 There are couple hundred views already. Tight. 760 00:51:35,960 --> 00:51:40,249 So now there are real people 761 00:51:40,800 --> 00:51:43,326 who are watching the show? 762 00:51:43,520 --> 00:51:45,966 Yeah, man. People are going to want to see this shit, dude. 763 00:51:46,240 --> 00:51:48,242 It's pretty awesome if you ask me. 764 00:51:48,400 --> 00:51:51,324 We just got to figure out the rest of that costume. 765 00:51:53,040 --> 00:51:57,967 And... And you... And you really want to do this with me? 766 00:51:58,240 --> 00:52:01,369 Yeah, man. I mean, there's not a lot of stuff like this out there. 767 00:52:01,480 --> 00:52:03,164 And I've never done a whole movie. 768 00:52:03,720 --> 00:52:04,881 So, why not? 769 00:52:05,440 --> 00:52:08,040 And I got a drug test coming up in a couple weeks, 770 00:52:08,120 --> 00:52:11,010 so I've just been hanging around, bored as shit all the time. 771 00:52:11,160 --> 00:52:13,766 Oh, and we got to do that Brigsby theme song, right? 772 00:52:13,920 --> 00:52:14,921 Yes! 773 00:52:15,400 --> 00:52:19,291 (BOTH VOCALIZING TUNE) 774 00:52:22,480 --> 00:52:23,891 You're my friend. 775 00:52:30,880 --> 00:52:32,240 Wait, Spence. This is it. 776 00:52:32,320 --> 00:52:34,561 This is what we should use for the third raid. 777 00:52:34,760 --> 00:52:36,046 (GROANS) 778 00:52:37,720 --> 00:52:39,131 Snatcher! 779 00:52:39,680 --> 00:52:44,720 Arielle, the Shadow Galaxy is more than 14 Neons away. 780 00:52:45,760 --> 00:52:47,967 I will miss all of you when you pass away, 781 00:52:48,120 --> 00:52:50,361 even though you brought this upon yourselves. 782 00:52:50,560 --> 00:52:53,882 You see, curiosity is an unnatural emotion. 783 00:52:54,200 --> 00:52:55,645 They're still attacking. Go! 784 00:52:57,280 --> 00:52:59,521 Arielle, the Goads aren't working. 785 00:52:59,960 --> 00:53:01,689 Fire away! 786 00:53:02,080 --> 00:53:04,048 That's good. Now, foot off the brake. 787 00:53:04,240 --> 00:53:06,242 Just drive, and we'll just get out of here. 788 00:53:06,760 --> 00:53:09,280 - I'm doing it! - Hey, no, look forward. 789 00:53:09,360 --> 00:53:12,284 - I'm driving a car! - He's driving a car! 790 00:53:12,400 --> 00:53:15,085 (SINGING) 791 00:53:43,520 --> 00:53:47,844 And remember, always sweep your corridors, 792 00:53:48,000 --> 00:53:50,924 and if you're feeling romantic emotions, 793 00:53:51,120 --> 00:53:54,080 only touch your penis twice a day. 794 00:53:54,160 --> 00:53:55,571 (LAUGHING) 795 00:54:29,240 --> 00:54:31,322 Okay. Is that everything? 796 00:54:31,720 --> 00:54:34,041 Yep. This is everything I need for my new garden. 797 00:54:34,440 --> 00:54:35,851 Hey, excuse me. 798 00:54:36,880 --> 00:54:38,769 - Are you the bear guy? - Mmm-hmm. 799 00:54:39,200 --> 00:54:40,201 Holy shit! 800 00:54:40,760 --> 00:54:41,880 Oh, my God! 801 00:54:41,960 --> 00:54:44,531 I saw you, and you got the shirt on... 802 00:54:45,080 --> 00:54:47,400 Oh, it's Brigsby's art grid. 803 00:54:47,480 --> 00:54:48,800 That's right. The art grid. 804 00:54:48,880 --> 00:54:51,040 Wow. My friends and I love those videos, man. 805 00:54:51,120 --> 00:54:52,240 They're incredible. 806 00:54:52,320 --> 00:54:56,000 I know you didn't make them but they were made for you by your freak dad. 807 00:54:56,080 --> 00:54:57,920 That's so messed up. 808 00:54:58,000 --> 00:54:59,560 Can I get a photo with you? 809 00:54:59,640 --> 00:55:01,680 - Do you mind? - No. I could do a photo. 810 00:55:01,760 --> 00:55:04,081 - Hi, can you take a photo of us? - Mmm? Oh, me? Yeah. 811 00:55:04,480 --> 00:55:06,130 - Is this your real mom? - Yeah. 812 00:55:06,240 --> 00:55:07,240 Wow. 813 00:55:07,320 --> 00:55:08,401 (BOTH GRUNT) 814 00:55:09,520 --> 00:55:11,920 Okay, there. Pretty good. Got the thumbs up there. 815 00:55:12,000 --> 00:55:13,445 Thanks. Uh... 816 00:55:14,720 --> 00:55:16,680 Well, uh, peace, man. 817 00:55:16,760 --> 00:55:18,120 Yeah. Peace, man. 818 00:55:18,200 --> 00:55:19,611 Kidnap kid. 819 00:55:25,360 --> 00:55:26,691 (CELL PHONE CHIMES) 820 00:55:34,560 --> 00:55:36,520 JAMES: I guess the key thing to think about here 821 00:55:36,600 --> 00:55:39,280 is that Feldo Mortese is a powerful Bandith Warrior. 822 00:55:39,360 --> 00:55:40,440 But he's sad, right? 823 00:55:40,520 --> 00:55:42,240 Yes, exactly. He's sad. 824 00:55:42,320 --> 00:55:44,641 That's the whole reason why he lives in the cave. 825 00:55:45,200 --> 00:55:46,960 Makes sense. Give it a shot? 826 00:55:47,040 --> 00:55:48,121 Let's do it! 827 00:55:48,240 --> 00:55:50,720 Your parents aren't coming home any time soon, right? 828 00:55:50,800 --> 00:55:53,041 Yeah. One's doing golf and the other one's at the stores. 829 00:55:53,160 --> 00:55:55,160 Just try to focus on your tragic past now if you can. 830 00:55:55,240 --> 00:55:56,321 Sure. 831 00:55:58,640 --> 00:56:01,371 And action. 832 00:56:02,920 --> 00:56:07,881 VOGEL: Our kind rose up against the one you call Sun Snatcher. 833 00:56:08,360 --> 00:56:10,040 But we lost. 834 00:56:10,120 --> 00:56:12,521 Those who survived, fled. 835 00:56:13,520 --> 00:56:18,560 Leaving only me, cowering in the dark corner of a forgotten world. 836 00:56:19,040 --> 00:56:22,200 You, Brigsby Bear, 837 00:56:22,280 --> 00:56:24,282 are the chosen one. 838 00:56:24,400 --> 00:56:26,846 You are our last hope. 839 00:56:27,720 --> 00:56:29,927 Our keeper of the light! 840 00:56:32,840 --> 00:56:33,960 - Cut. - Wow. 841 00:56:34,040 --> 00:56:35,120 - Perfect. - Yeah. 842 00:56:35,200 --> 00:56:37,720 Thank you, Detective Vogel. That was amazing. 843 00:56:37,800 --> 00:56:39,320 We're moving on... 844 00:56:39,400 --> 00:56:40,925 No, can I try another one? 845 00:56:41,040 --> 00:56:45,125 I... I think, um, maybe I could bring it to another level. 846 00:56:45,440 --> 00:56:47,040 Really, another one? 847 00:56:47,120 --> 00:56:49,120 I don't know... I could try something. 848 00:56:49,200 --> 00:56:52,360 Okay, just don't break any sacred codes of Bandith culture. 849 00:56:52,440 --> 00:56:54,240 Okay. I don't know what those are. 850 00:56:54,320 --> 00:56:56,800 It's a distinct set of laws that the Bandith follow. 851 00:56:57,040 --> 00:56:58,565 It's kind of their way of life. 852 00:57:01,160 --> 00:57:02,730 (VOGEL CLEARS THROAT) 853 00:57:03,920 --> 00:57:05,440 - SPENCE: We're rolling. - I'm not ready. 854 00:57:05,520 --> 00:57:06,931 Okay. Take your time. 855 00:57:20,560 --> 00:57:23,848 BRIGSBY: Your magical powers are getting stronger by the day, Smile Sisters! 856 00:57:23,960 --> 00:57:27,248 Soon we will be strong enough to kill Sun Snatcher. 857 00:57:27,920 --> 00:57:32,440 That's right. But first we have to make our physical body strong. 858 00:57:32,520 --> 00:57:34,720 - Ready, everyone? - (MUSIC PLAYING) 859 00:57:34,800 --> 00:57:38,521 And one, and lunge, and two, and remember, 860 00:57:38,640 --> 00:57:42,080 when you sweat, that's just your body flushing poison from your brain. 861 00:57:42,160 --> 00:57:43,685 And hop. 862 00:57:46,640 --> 00:57:48,210 Not bad. Good aim. 863 00:57:48,800 --> 00:57:50,404 Here wait. I've got an idea. 864 00:57:51,560 --> 00:57:54,564 We can make it a lot easier. 865 00:57:55,800 --> 00:57:57,440 Ha! Like that. 866 00:57:57,520 --> 00:58:01,280 And we can do slam dunks. Alley-oop! 867 00:58:01,360 --> 00:58:03,931 - Hmm? - I'm open. Here. Throw me the ball. 868 00:58:06,680 --> 00:58:08,444 (LAUGHS) 869 00:58:09,120 --> 00:58:10,724 Okay, darn it. I'm okay. 870 00:58:10,840 --> 00:58:12,330 Here. Your turn. 871 00:58:17,560 --> 00:58:19,801 Actually, I'm pretty busy with my movie today. 872 00:58:20,640 --> 00:58:22,642 Hey, you can take a break, right? 873 00:58:22,920 --> 00:58:24,760 I mean, you've been working real hard. 874 00:58:24,840 --> 00:58:26,968 It might be fun to just hang out, you and me. 875 00:58:27,800 --> 00:58:29,404 No, thanks. Thank you, though. 876 00:58:38,040 --> 00:58:40,160 SPENCE: I'm pretty sure I've been there. MERIDETH: What, the ocean? 877 00:58:40,240 --> 00:58:42,440 AUBREY: A nondescript body of water. SPENCE: Oh, no. 878 00:58:42,520 --> 00:58:43,720 I might be making that up. 879 00:58:43,800 --> 00:58:46,000 - Hello, Merideth. - Hey, what's up, man? 880 00:58:46,080 --> 00:58:47,280 Not much, man. 881 00:58:47,360 --> 00:58:50,000 - So, what are you guys doing? - SPENCE: Good question. 882 00:58:50,080 --> 00:58:54,240 We're actually going to go filming but then we're going to go hiking and camping. 883 00:58:54,320 --> 00:58:56,960 We're going to a real mountain. You guys should come. 884 00:58:57,040 --> 00:58:59,080 - I don't know. - SPENCE: Come on. It'll be fun. 885 00:58:59,160 --> 00:59:01,447 You could, you know, be staff master. 886 00:59:02,080 --> 00:59:03,320 This is kind of cool. 887 00:59:03,400 --> 00:59:05,402 I got drinks. Logan is bringing weed. 888 00:59:05,520 --> 00:59:06,800 It's going to be so much fun. 889 00:59:06,880 --> 00:59:08,769 And it's also going to be dope as shit. 890 00:59:20,960 --> 00:59:22,680 (ALL LAUGHING) 891 00:59:22,760 --> 00:59:24,250 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 892 00:59:31,240 --> 00:59:33,720 Okay, one, two, three. 893 00:59:57,080 --> 00:59:59,640 Spencer, let's do the transporter thing right here. 894 00:59:59,720 --> 01:00:02,041 Brigsby's just come back from the beaches of Inra. 895 01:00:02,160 --> 01:00:04,731 Lands there. We spin into it. We'll hear the transponder... 896 01:00:05,320 --> 01:00:06,720 Yeah, so I'll take two shots? 897 01:00:06,800 --> 01:00:09,600 Two static. One with you in and one without? 898 01:00:09,680 --> 01:00:12,280 JAMES: So, I'm gonna spin into it. Give me an "Action." 899 01:00:12,360 --> 01:00:13,441 SPENCE: All right. 900 01:00:15,000 --> 01:00:16,161 Action! 901 01:00:17,960 --> 01:00:18,960 (ALL LAUGH) 902 01:00:19,040 --> 01:00:20,565 James. Oh, my God. 903 01:00:21,360 --> 01:00:24,000 - What's the issue? - AUBREY: Brigsby's eye is gone. 904 01:00:24,080 --> 01:00:26,680 - Oh, no! - You're blind right now, dude. 905 01:00:26,760 --> 01:00:28,360 He can't even see right now! 906 01:00:28,440 --> 01:00:29,880 How is he supposed to travel inter-dimensionally 907 01:00:29,960 --> 01:00:31,640 if he can't even see where he's going? 908 01:00:31,720 --> 01:00:33,210 Um, I got it. I got it. 909 01:00:33,600 --> 01:00:35,284 Come over here. Let me fix this. 910 01:00:37,840 --> 01:00:40,491 Get him on... Ta-da! 911 01:00:41,000 --> 01:00:42,440 - There you go. - Perfect. 912 01:00:42,520 --> 01:00:43,800 - Now he can see. - Exactly. 913 01:00:43,880 --> 01:00:45,760 Now he can transport inter-dimensionally 914 01:00:45,840 --> 01:00:47,842 - From the beaches of Inra. - Exactly. 915 01:00:49,040 --> 01:00:50,849 - Good job, man. - Good job, man. 916 01:00:51,280 --> 01:00:53,681 - Thanks. - All right, thanks. All right, let's go. 917 01:00:54,320 --> 01:00:56,641 These flowers are everywhere. They're so pretty. 918 01:00:58,040 --> 01:01:00,520 Hey, guys, it's right over here. Let's go. 919 01:01:02,320 --> 01:01:03,760 - Come on, dude. - I'm coming. 920 01:01:03,840 --> 01:01:06,764 Hey, Merideth. Can we talk for a second? 921 01:01:08,840 --> 01:01:10,080 Sure, what's up? 922 01:01:11,040 --> 01:01:14,123 - Maybe we can go for a walk. - Oh, okay. 923 01:01:16,800 --> 01:01:19,600 First of all, I think that you're so great. 924 01:01:19,680 --> 01:01:20,760 Thanks, man. 925 01:01:20,840 --> 01:01:22,649 - I think you're chill, too. - Thanks. 926 01:01:23,520 --> 01:01:27,360 And, um, I thought the party was really fun. 927 01:01:27,440 --> 01:01:29,727 - Yeah, you were wasted. - Yeah. 928 01:01:31,080 --> 01:01:32,081 Um... 929 01:01:32,800 --> 01:01:36,280 Listen, this is kind of hard for me 930 01:01:36,360 --> 01:01:41,241 because I know that we both really liked touching each other's bodies 931 01:01:42,280 --> 01:01:44,282 - and doing sex type stuff. - Mmm-hmm. 932 01:01:45,040 --> 01:01:46,530 But, um... 933 01:01:49,720 --> 01:01:51,404 I don't think I can marry you. 934 01:01:52,600 --> 01:01:55,280 (CHUCKLES) Yeah, for sure. 935 01:01:55,360 --> 01:01:57,840 Wait. So, you're okay with that? 936 01:01:57,920 --> 01:01:59,251 Yeah, of course. 937 01:01:59,760 --> 01:02:02,800 I'm never getting married. My parents are so messed up and sad. 938 01:02:02,880 --> 01:02:04,325 Really? That's great. 939 01:02:05,040 --> 01:02:08,408 I was so nervous. Thank you. 940 01:02:08,640 --> 01:02:11,680 I was like, "Am I going to have to get married to her?" 941 01:02:11,760 --> 01:02:14,960 But I'm still also totally into doing that other stuff we did, too. 942 01:02:15,040 --> 01:02:16,280 - Yeah, not a chance. - Okay. 943 01:02:16,360 --> 01:02:17,520 - AUBREY: Hey, James. - Hey. 944 01:02:17,600 --> 01:02:19,000 Hey, you wanna try that? 945 01:02:19,080 --> 01:02:20,680 - (MUSIC PLAYING ON SPEAKERS) - Was it this song? 946 01:02:20,760 --> 01:02:22,880 I don't think so, but I do... I like this. 947 01:02:22,960 --> 01:02:24,291 - Okay. - That sounds good to me. 948 01:02:24,640 --> 01:02:26,404 - What about this one? - (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) 949 01:02:27,920 --> 01:02:29,280 Yes! That's it right there. 950 01:02:29,360 --> 01:02:31,840 Dude, I'm obsessed with this song. I'll make you a playlist. 951 01:02:31,920 --> 01:02:35,080 What? I've always wanted that, and I'm going to get one? 952 01:02:35,160 --> 01:02:36,366 - Yeah, dude. - That's awesome. 953 01:02:36,480 --> 01:02:38,005 - For sure. - For sure. 954 01:02:38,600 --> 01:02:42,560 They probably didn't let you listen to much music, huh? 955 01:02:42,640 --> 01:02:43,760 No, no, I did. 956 01:02:43,840 --> 01:02:45,960 But it was mostly just stuff by the Beatlers. 957 01:02:46,040 --> 01:02:47,520 Because my old dad was in band. 958 01:02:47,600 --> 01:02:49,045 Did you just say "Beatlers"? 959 01:02:49,160 --> 01:02:50,520 Yeah, the Beatlers. 960 01:02:50,600 --> 01:02:54,320 Actually, I think I've got one of their tapes. 961 01:02:54,400 --> 01:02:55,640 Oh... 962 01:02:55,720 --> 01:02:57,484 Let me... Can I borrow that, Logan? 963 01:02:58,240 --> 01:03:00,481 - Sure, man. - I think you're gonna like this. 964 01:03:07,040 --> 01:03:09,725 (INHARMONIOUS SONG PLAYING) 965 01:03:14,080 --> 01:03:15,650 (LAUGHS) No! 966 01:03:17,520 --> 01:03:18,601 They suck. 967 01:03:22,680 --> 01:03:25,843 This is definitely the worst song I've ever heard. 968 01:03:26,280 --> 01:03:27,520 Mmm. 969 01:03:28,360 --> 01:03:30,160 I kind of love it. 970 01:03:30,240 --> 01:03:31,520 - Right? - (CHUCKLES) 971 01:03:31,600 --> 01:03:35,047 It's too bad you weren't abducted. I bet we would have had fun together. 972 01:03:35,480 --> 01:03:36,925 Yeah, I guess. 973 01:03:39,280 --> 01:03:42,727 I'm sorry that I've... I've been kind of whatever to you. 974 01:03:43,560 --> 01:03:44,561 It's okay. 975 01:03:45,360 --> 01:03:46,930 I'm glad you came out. 976 01:03:47,520 --> 01:03:48,521 Yeah, me, too. 977 01:03:49,600 --> 01:03:51,921 - Give me one of these right here. - Oh. Yeah. 978 01:03:52,760 --> 01:03:53,886 Aw! 979 01:03:55,160 --> 01:03:56,160 Shut up. 980 01:03:56,240 --> 01:03:58,040 No, but for real, it's about to get dark enough. 981 01:03:58,120 --> 01:03:59,760 We should go head out set up the next shot. 982 01:03:59,840 --> 01:04:01,126 Yes! Let's do it! 983 01:04:01,480 --> 01:04:02,811 It is time. 984 01:04:03,160 --> 01:04:04,969 - And he's coming with me. - Bye, guys. 985 01:04:05,400 --> 01:04:06,606 - Have fun. - Bye, Merideth. 986 01:04:18,280 --> 01:04:20,521 - Check this out. - All right. 987 01:04:21,520 --> 01:04:22,680 - No! - Mmm-hmm. 988 01:04:22,760 --> 01:04:24,728 - No shit. (YELLS) - Yeah. 989 01:04:25,760 --> 01:04:27,364 - You made this? - I did. 990 01:04:28,400 --> 01:04:30,641 Mainframe right here. Quadrium processor. 991 01:04:30,760 --> 01:04:32,760 Dude, it's going to look so frickin' good. 992 01:04:32,840 --> 01:04:34,569 It's going to look so frickin' good. 993 01:04:34,680 --> 01:04:36,728 (BOTH YELL AND LAUGH) 994 01:04:39,240 --> 01:04:41,368 Make sure to get out of the way of the frame, 995 01:04:41,480 --> 01:04:44,404 - so I can animate over the generator. - Okay. Yeah. Got it. 996 01:04:53,920 --> 01:04:55,763 - Ready? - All set. 997 01:05:11,000 --> 01:05:12,320 - What was that? - You get it? 998 01:05:12,400 --> 01:05:14,680 You mean that fricking bomb that exploded? Yeah, what was that? 999 01:05:14,760 --> 01:05:16,360 I worked on it yesterday. I thought our movie could use 1000 01:05:16,440 --> 01:05:17,920 - more big budget appeal! - Shit! 1001 01:05:18,000 --> 01:05:19,200 - Did it look cool? - You're telling me 1002 01:05:19,280 --> 01:05:21,640 I've been driving around in a car full of explosives the whole day? 1003 01:05:21,720 --> 01:05:23,040 I know you said you wanted to use animation 1004 01:05:23,120 --> 01:05:25,080 but I thought if we did it for real it would be better. 1005 01:05:25,160 --> 01:05:27,288 Plus, practical effects are a dying art form. 1006 01:05:27,600 --> 01:05:29,440 You can't just blow shit up, man. 1007 01:05:29,520 --> 01:05:30,931 - Why not? - Because you just... 1008 01:05:31,760 --> 01:05:33,240 - (SIREN WAILS) - Shit! 1009 01:05:33,320 --> 01:05:36,051 OFFICER: Step away from the device. Put yourhands in the air. 1010 01:05:36,160 --> 01:05:37,720 It's okay. It's just the police. They're nice. 1011 01:05:37,800 --> 01:05:39,560 I said hands in the air. 1012 01:05:39,640 --> 01:05:40,720 We are okay. 1013 01:05:40,800 --> 01:05:42,160 We don't need any police help. 1014 01:05:42,240 --> 01:05:43,600 - Freeze! - Sorry about the mess. 1015 01:05:43,680 --> 01:05:45,560 We're just going to finish cleaning up. Thank you. 1016 01:05:45,640 --> 01:05:47,165 I said freeze! 1017 01:05:50,680 --> 01:05:52,284 (HANDCUFF CLICKS) 1018 01:05:52,640 --> 01:05:54,324 (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) 1019 01:05:57,480 --> 01:05:59,720 I think next time we have to do an explosion, 1020 01:05:59,800 --> 01:06:01,882 let's just do your idea with the animation. 1021 01:06:06,720 --> 01:06:07,721 (DOOR CLOSES) 1022 01:06:08,280 --> 01:06:10,160 BANDER: Officers say they found marijuana 1023 01:06:10,240 --> 01:06:12,686 and an open container of alcohol in the truck. 1024 01:06:13,200 --> 01:06:15,560 Not to mention the improvised explosive device, 1025 01:06:15,640 --> 01:06:18,644 the detonation of which is technically an act of domestic terrorism. 1026 01:06:21,760 --> 01:06:23,410 You got anything to say for yourself? 1027 01:06:25,520 --> 01:06:27,522 Everything that happened was my fault. 1028 01:06:28,520 --> 01:06:31,251 The marijuana smokings, the bad drinks. Those were mine. 1029 01:06:31,720 --> 01:06:33,404 The explosion stuff, too. 1030 01:06:34,640 --> 01:06:36,280 Nobody else should get in trouble. 1031 01:06:36,360 --> 01:06:38,010 Where did you get the bear mask? 1032 01:06:40,480 --> 01:06:41,891 I stole it. 1033 01:06:43,000 --> 01:06:44,320 You stole it? 1034 01:06:44,400 --> 01:06:45,606 I'm sorry to you. 1035 01:06:47,360 --> 01:06:49,727 And I'm very sorry to America. 1036 01:06:54,760 --> 01:06:55,966 (SIGHS) 1037 01:06:58,360 --> 01:06:59,566 I watched the tapes. 1038 01:07:01,200 --> 01:07:02,560 What tapes? 1039 01:07:02,640 --> 01:07:04,244 The Bear show. 1040 01:07:05,120 --> 01:07:07,000 Several episodes. 1041 01:07:07,080 --> 01:07:08,241 Which ones? 1042 01:07:09,000 --> 01:07:10,809 I don't know. Quite a few. 1043 01:07:12,320 --> 01:07:15,000 There was one where he met a wizard under a waterfall 1044 01:07:15,080 --> 01:07:16,923 and learned multiplication. 1045 01:07:17,120 --> 01:07:19,520 Oh, that... That's one of those for kids. 1046 01:07:19,600 --> 01:07:21,807 I mean it was for me I guess. When I was a kid 1047 01:07:21,920 --> 01:07:23,206 Yeah. I get the gist. 1048 01:07:24,320 --> 01:07:27,164 They really did a number on you, didn't they? 1049 01:07:30,400 --> 01:07:31,880 I was just making Brigsby. 1050 01:07:31,960 --> 01:07:34,088 We're not here to talk about Brigsby, James. 1051 01:07:34,920 --> 01:07:36,365 This is about you. 1052 01:07:36,880 --> 01:07:40,720 And we want you to recognize this chance you have right now, 1053 01:07:40,800 --> 01:07:42,760 to embrace a new start. 1054 01:07:42,840 --> 01:07:44,240 So, what does that mean? 1055 01:07:44,320 --> 01:07:45,890 It means putting Brigsby aside 1056 01:07:46,640 --> 01:07:48,608 and moving on with the rest of your life. 1057 01:07:49,000 --> 01:07:50,604 So, what, just forget about him? 1058 01:07:52,440 --> 01:07:54,727 James, I know that this is hard, 1059 01:07:54,840 --> 01:07:58,800 but there is a bigger world out there than you even know. 1060 01:07:58,880 --> 01:08:03,320 And it's filled with so many amazing and wonderful things. 1061 01:08:03,400 --> 01:08:05,846 Yeah, remember, like Gordo from Hockey High. 1062 01:08:06,200 --> 01:08:08,200 But I don't care about that stuff. 1063 01:08:08,280 --> 01:08:10,520 I already know that Brigsby's the greatest hero 1064 01:08:10,600 --> 01:08:14,127 and when everything's against him he never gives up. Even if it's hopeless. 1065 01:08:16,840 --> 01:08:18,080 He's my whole life. 1066 01:08:18,160 --> 01:08:20,920 GREG: (CHUCKLES) Your whole life, huh? 1067 01:08:21,000 --> 01:08:25,840 How about your whole life we have been out there looking for you? For 25 years. 1068 01:08:25,920 --> 01:08:29,925 I'm sorry. But these monsters stole you from us. 1069 01:08:30,280 --> 01:08:32,240 And they destroyed us. 1070 01:08:32,320 --> 01:08:33,481 Can you understand that? 1071 01:08:33,800 --> 01:08:35,006 Huh? 1072 01:08:36,120 --> 01:08:37,963 You don't know anything about Brigsby. 1073 01:08:38,360 --> 01:08:39,771 At all. 1074 01:08:40,640 --> 01:08:42,529 And you never will. (SNIFFLES) 1075 01:09:53,120 --> 01:09:54,121 (SIGHS) 1076 01:10:27,360 --> 01:10:28,930 Can I get you something to drink? 1077 01:10:34,160 --> 01:10:35,571 Sir? 1078 01:10:38,360 --> 01:10:39,885 Yes. Yeah. 1079 01:10:40,360 --> 01:10:41,725 Yeah. Um... 1080 01:10:41,840 --> 01:10:42,921 (COINS CLATTERS) 1081 01:10:43,560 --> 01:10:46,291 (STUTTERS) I just have this many credits. 1082 01:10:49,160 --> 01:10:52,323 Okay. Uh, that will get you, let's see. 1083 01:10:54,040 --> 01:10:56,646 Fountain drink or a cup of coffee. 1084 01:10:57,480 --> 01:10:59,482 Could get you a cookie maybe. 1085 01:11:02,440 --> 01:11:03,521 Hello? 1086 01:11:05,920 --> 01:11:07,649 Sorry. Sorry. Um... 1087 01:11:08,560 --> 01:11:09,561 Uh... 1088 01:11:10,040 --> 01:11:15,331 I just never could've guessed I'd find you this far outside the gates of Glenrona. 1089 01:11:20,880 --> 01:11:22,405 You're the... 1090 01:11:25,640 --> 01:11:27,244 Sorry. James, right? 1091 01:11:31,320 --> 01:11:32,526 Um... 1092 01:11:34,240 --> 01:11:36,880 My shift is almost up. Can you give me a minute? 1093 01:11:36,960 --> 01:11:38,121 Mmm-hmm. 1094 01:11:39,040 --> 01:11:40,405 Okay. 1095 01:11:44,120 --> 01:11:46,771 I guess I found out when you did, basically. 1096 01:11:47,920 --> 01:11:50,810 It was just a little bit of extra cash every month, I mean... 1097 01:11:51,520 --> 01:11:54,205 He told me it was for Canadian public access. 1098 01:11:55,160 --> 01:11:56,800 I'd just show up, and he'd give me my lines. 1099 01:11:56,880 --> 01:11:59,247 I never really asked a lot of questions obviously. 1100 01:12:02,560 --> 01:12:05,564 I've been sick to my stomach. I wish that I had never done it. 1101 01:12:07,760 --> 01:12:08,960 I don't know what to say. 1102 01:12:09,040 --> 01:12:11,691 I'm really just so, so sorry for everything. 1103 01:12:12,200 --> 01:12:13,645 Sorry? 1104 01:12:14,840 --> 01:12:16,649 You and Brigsby... 1105 01:12:17,800 --> 01:12:19,802 I guess your sister Nina, too. 1106 01:12:21,080 --> 01:12:24,084 You were the only thing that made the world okay. 1107 01:12:26,400 --> 01:12:28,050 You were all I had. 1108 01:12:30,080 --> 01:12:31,570 I guess you still are. 1109 01:12:32,400 --> 01:12:34,760 You do realize that I'm not actually her, right? 1110 01:12:34,840 --> 01:12:36,240 My name is Whitney. 1111 01:12:36,320 --> 01:12:38,520 No, I know. I know now. 1112 01:12:38,600 --> 01:12:41,285 Okay, but Nina, too. It was just a camera trick. 1113 01:12:41,480 --> 01:12:44,962 Yeah. It's actually a really cool effect. 1114 01:12:46,240 --> 01:12:47,241 Sure. 1115 01:12:47,960 --> 01:12:49,849 But you made it so real. 1116 01:12:50,280 --> 01:12:52,720 And the way that you were always there for Brigsby, 1117 01:12:52,800 --> 01:12:55,041 even when it seemed impossible... 1118 01:12:57,200 --> 01:12:58,964 He couldn't have done it by himself. 1119 01:13:00,880 --> 01:13:02,564 How did you find me? 1120 01:13:03,600 --> 01:13:05,443 Same way Brigsby did, I guess. 1121 01:13:12,080 --> 01:13:13,764 (WHISPERS) Destiny. 1122 01:13:14,600 --> 01:13:17,285 - (CELL PHONE VIBRATING) - Sorry. Um... 1123 01:13:18,200 --> 01:13:20,328 I got to go pick up my kid in a few minutes. 1124 01:13:24,000 --> 01:13:26,002 It was really nice to meet you. 1125 01:13:27,440 --> 01:13:28,965 You seem really sweet. 1126 01:13:31,120 --> 01:13:32,281 Wait. 1127 01:13:32,840 --> 01:13:35,571 Before you go, in volume 19, 1128 01:13:36,080 --> 01:13:38,526 during that four-episode arc all about the Quantix, 1129 01:13:39,000 --> 01:13:42,004 did you really not know anything about it the whole time? 1130 01:13:42,840 --> 01:13:45,047 Or were you just trying to protect the Wizzles? 1131 01:13:46,760 --> 01:13:48,489 I really don't remember that. 1132 01:13:50,920 --> 01:13:53,446 And you would never want to do it again, right? 1133 01:13:54,360 --> 01:13:56,010 To help finish it? 1134 01:13:57,600 --> 01:13:59,523 I don't think... 1135 01:14:00,360 --> 01:14:01,800 (SIREN WAILS) 1136 01:14:01,880 --> 01:14:04,360 It looks like it's time for me to go anyway. 1137 01:14:04,440 --> 01:14:06,169 Those are for you? 1138 01:14:06,720 --> 01:14:07,721 (SIGHS) 1139 01:14:08,760 --> 01:14:10,444 Hate to say it, but, yep. 1140 01:14:10,960 --> 01:14:14,169 I've been an outlaw ever since I came into this world. 1141 01:14:16,200 --> 01:14:17,804 It's dope as shit. 1142 01:14:20,480 --> 01:14:22,323 (SIGHS) Here... 1143 01:14:24,960 --> 01:14:27,480 You're the only one who can keep it safe. 1144 01:14:27,560 --> 01:14:28,846 (CHUCKLES) What? 1145 01:14:32,120 --> 01:14:33,884 Thanks for the food and the Coke. 1146 01:14:37,280 --> 01:14:40,170 Also, I'm in love with you. 1147 01:14:41,160 --> 01:14:43,162 Always have been. 1148 01:14:50,360 --> 01:14:52,010 Please, no tackles this time. 1149 01:14:52,720 --> 01:14:54,006 Please. 1150 01:14:57,520 --> 01:14:59,240 GREG: What choice do we have? 1151 01:14:59,320 --> 01:15:01,120 He's not dangerous. 1152 01:15:01,200 --> 01:15:02,680 He needs us. 1153 01:15:02,760 --> 01:15:04,600 He needs us to make more of an effort. 1154 01:15:04,680 --> 01:15:07,365 GREG: You heard what Dr. Larson recommended to the judge. 1155 01:15:07,480 --> 01:15:09,040 LOUISE: So what? So we just kick him out? 1156 01:15:09,120 --> 01:15:11,646 He's obsessed. We're out of options. 1157 01:15:12,480 --> 01:15:14,369 - (CRYING) - He needs help. 1158 01:16:05,440 --> 01:16:06,771 (CELL PHONE VIBRATES) 1159 01:16:22,760 --> 01:16:24,250 ERIC: What are you working on? 1160 01:16:27,160 --> 01:16:28,889 Some circles. 1161 01:16:39,120 --> 01:16:40,560 I'm Eric. 1162 01:16:40,640 --> 01:16:42,404 I'm James. 1163 01:17:02,560 --> 01:17:03,840 You get it? 1164 01:17:03,920 --> 01:17:05,360 - (CHEERING) - Yes! 1165 01:17:05,440 --> 01:17:07,442 That view looks so ripping. 1166 01:17:07,560 --> 01:17:09,960 It's so much better just shooting Brigsby out here. 1167 01:17:10,040 --> 01:17:12,480 Because the old show is fake, 1168 01:17:12,560 --> 01:17:14,324 but this is the real world. 1169 01:17:14,440 --> 01:17:18,000 It's outside. It's amazing. I love making a movie. 1170 01:17:18,080 --> 01:17:21,240 All you got to do is get up and then put the pieces together, 1171 01:17:21,320 --> 01:17:22,400 and then tell a story. 1172 01:17:22,480 --> 01:17:26,200 And then that's how you make a Brigsby Bear fantastic movie 1173 01:17:26,280 --> 01:17:28,851 that will be playing for years to come. 1174 01:17:29,400 --> 01:17:30,890 Let's go get that other shot. 1175 01:17:37,040 --> 01:17:38,121 James. 1176 01:17:40,760 --> 01:17:45,120 I just want to start by saying I know it's been incredibly tough, 1177 01:17:45,200 --> 01:17:47,362 but you've made enormous strides. 1178 01:17:49,280 --> 01:17:50,361 (SIGHS) 1179 01:17:53,640 --> 01:17:55,608 There's something I need to tell you. 1180 01:17:58,640 --> 01:18:01,962 Ted and April have both pleaded guilty. 1181 01:18:03,400 --> 01:18:08,042 And that means they're going away. Probably for a long time. 1182 01:18:10,440 --> 01:18:14,843 It's totally, totally understandable to have conflicting feelings about that. 1183 01:18:22,280 --> 01:18:23,281 (KNOCKS) 1184 01:18:26,520 --> 01:18:28,680 - Mr. Pope. - Detective. 1185 01:18:28,760 --> 01:18:31,604 Um, I was hoping that we could talk. 1186 01:18:32,240 --> 01:18:33,321 Yeah. 1187 01:18:35,240 --> 01:18:37,083 Is it about Feldo Mortese? 1188 01:18:38,240 --> 01:18:39,969 What's Feldo Mortese? 1189 01:18:40,840 --> 01:18:44,731 It's a saying here at the department we use. It's... 1190 01:18:46,120 --> 01:18:47,770 Life and... Please, sit down. 1191 01:19:08,160 --> 01:19:09,286 Take it. 1192 01:19:12,320 --> 01:19:13,685 That's all my weapons. 1193 01:19:14,040 --> 01:19:17,567 Swords, throwing stars, and some other stuff. 1194 01:19:17,760 --> 01:19:20,491 But it will keep you safe. 1195 01:19:21,560 --> 01:19:22,766 Thanks, Eric. 1196 01:19:24,480 --> 01:19:25,811 So... 1197 01:19:26,360 --> 01:19:28,362 How are you planning to break out of here? 1198 01:19:31,720 --> 01:19:33,840 It's pretty complicated. 1199 01:19:33,920 --> 01:19:35,206 (GLASS SHATTERS) 1200 01:20:35,640 --> 01:20:37,847 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1201 01:21:06,280 --> 01:21:07,441 James? 1202 01:21:12,480 --> 01:21:13,811 (STAMMERING) 1203 01:21:15,880 --> 01:21:17,723 How did this happen? 1204 01:21:17,840 --> 01:21:22,971 Um, well, this was supposed to be a surprise for when you got home. 1205 01:21:23,160 --> 01:21:24,844 Wait, why are you home? 1206 01:21:26,240 --> 01:21:30,120 But they... They told me that they were going to get rid of everything. 1207 01:21:30,200 --> 01:21:33,124 Yeah, but Feldo over here gave us a heads up. 1208 01:21:35,320 --> 01:21:38,767 It was Dad's idea, though, to use the garage. 1209 01:21:41,520 --> 01:21:42,521 Really? 1210 01:21:43,160 --> 01:21:44,640 Yeah. Well... 1211 01:21:44,720 --> 01:21:47,610 Aubrey showed us some of the stuff you did together, and... 1212 01:21:48,280 --> 01:21:51,045 Well, I think it was really cool, son. 1213 01:21:51,960 --> 01:21:53,769 And I thought about our list and... 1214 01:21:54,200 --> 01:21:57,283 Hey, maybe this is a great thing for the family to do together. 1215 01:21:58,320 --> 01:22:00,880 But they told me I couldn't even think about Brigsby, 1216 01:22:00,960 --> 01:22:02,405 or they wouldn't let me leave. 1217 01:22:02,520 --> 01:22:05,922 Okay, well, we think Dr. Larson is being a little hard on you. 1218 01:22:06,920 --> 01:22:08,000 Yeah. 1219 01:22:08,080 --> 01:22:10,560 And you've been doing so well with everything else. 1220 01:22:10,640 --> 01:22:13,640 And in a couple weeks you're going to have an independent evaluation 1221 01:22:13,720 --> 01:22:16,883 and hopefully that means you get to come home. Permanently. 1222 01:22:18,680 --> 01:22:21,365 And then we can finish Brigsby? 1223 01:22:22,600 --> 01:22:24,090 - Mmm-hmm. - Yeah. 1224 01:22:24,480 --> 01:22:26,440 GREG: We're your family, James. 1225 01:22:26,520 --> 01:22:28,000 We love you for who you are. 1226 01:22:28,080 --> 01:22:30,082 And we know that Brigsby is part of that. 1227 01:22:34,280 --> 01:22:35,281 Oh! 1228 01:22:40,880 --> 01:22:43,167 Wait, yo, yo, dude. James... 1229 01:22:43,920 --> 01:22:45,680 - How did you get here? - AUBREY: Oh, yeah. 1230 01:22:45,760 --> 01:22:47,125 Yeah. 1231 01:22:47,560 --> 01:22:49,483 I threw a TV through the window. 1232 01:22:53,120 --> 01:22:55,168 Are you going to cut me out of your movie? 1233 01:22:55,960 --> 01:22:57,086 No. 1234 01:22:58,040 --> 01:23:00,042 Well, then I didn't hear anything. 1235 01:23:01,560 --> 01:23:04,131 I mean, they don't know you're gone yet, right? 1236 01:23:07,000 --> 01:23:08,650 We'll probably get a call. 1237 01:23:10,280 --> 01:23:12,203 You want to help us unpack a little bit? 1238 01:23:13,320 --> 01:23:15,960 - Maybe tell us what the heck it all is? - Yeah. 1239 01:23:16,040 --> 01:23:17,405 Come here, what's this? 1240 01:23:18,000 --> 01:23:20,440 - Come on. - That's a Lingler, but the head came off. 1241 01:23:20,520 --> 01:23:22,204 Oh, we need a Lingler head. 1242 01:23:41,360 --> 01:23:43,249 You okay, kiddo? 1243 01:23:44,480 --> 01:23:45,970 Yeah, I think so. 1244 01:23:49,320 --> 01:23:51,482 Well, I'll be here if you need me. 1245 01:23:54,360 --> 01:23:55,441 Thanks. 1246 01:23:57,200 --> 01:23:58,565 (DOOR BUZZES) 1247 01:24:08,160 --> 01:24:13,371 You're all grown up and out in the world and just, wow! 1248 01:24:16,400 --> 01:24:18,926 I didn't know if I'd ever get to see you again. 1249 01:24:20,760 --> 01:24:22,649 So, how are you, bud? 1250 01:24:23,440 --> 01:24:24,601 I'm good. 1251 01:24:25,880 --> 01:24:28,042 With my original family now. 1252 01:24:29,480 --> 01:24:31,323 And I go to a math school. 1253 01:24:31,680 --> 01:24:33,440 It's pretty easy so far. 1254 01:24:33,520 --> 01:24:35,682 That's fantastic. 1255 01:24:36,080 --> 01:24:37,650 You know your... 1256 01:24:38,680 --> 01:24:41,445 April would be so happy to hear that. 1257 01:24:42,800 --> 01:24:44,529 Have you been to see her yet? 1258 01:24:45,480 --> 01:24:47,687 No. Well, we write each other. 1259 01:24:49,680 --> 01:24:53,890 You know, she finally solved the Vansmithe. 1260 01:24:55,000 --> 01:24:56,161 What is it? 1261 01:24:58,680 --> 01:25:00,011 Six! 1262 01:25:00,520 --> 01:25:02,761 The whole time! (LAUGHS) 1263 01:25:08,200 --> 01:25:12,524 The reason I came here is because I had a question. 1264 01:25:14,200 --> 01:25:15,440 Well... 1265 01:25:17,080 --> 01:25:20,084 I don't know how much of it I can really explain. 1266 01:25:21,840 --> 01:25:24,491 You know, I still think about the day she came home 1267 01:25:25,360 --> 01:25:26,885 with you in her arms. 1268 01:25:28,280 --> 01:25:30,647 And it wasn't my idea exactly, but... 1269 01:25:32,600 --> 01:25:34,090 There you were. 1270 01:25:36,880 --> 01:25:38,644 And I think I was scared. 1271 01:25:40,280 --> 01:25:44,080 And I knew it was wrong, but some part of me 1272 01:25:45,280 --> 01:25:47,601 felt like you were our boy. 1273 01:25:48,320 --> 01:25:51,244 And we wanted to give you everything we had to give. 1274 01:25:56,320 --> 01:25:58,607 That's not really why I'm here though. 1275 01:26:02,400 --> 01:26:04,000 What is this? 1276 01:26:04,080 --> 01:26:06,162 Brigsby Bear Adventures: The Movie. 1277 01:26:07,480 --> 01:26:08,720 You wrote it? 1278 01:26:08,800 --> 01:26:10,131 Mmm-hmm. Yeah. 1279 01:26:10,880 --> 01:26:13,040 I finished it with my family and friends. 1280 01:26:13,120 --> 01:26:15,646 We also got a bunch of free money from the Internet. 1281 01:26:16,040 --> 01:26:17,326 James... 1282 01:26:17,440 --> 01:26:19,602 That is outstanding. 1283 01:26:22,120 --> 01:26:25,280 There's still one thing we can't get right, though. 1284 01:26:25,360 --> 01:26:26,725 And what is that? 1285 01:26:30,280 --> 01:26:31,691 All the voices. 1286 01:26:32,440 --> 01:26:33,441 (SIGHS) 1287 01:26:39,160 --> 01:26:41,447 We're having a movie premiere next week. 1288 01:26:44,760 --> 01:26:45,841 Well... 1289 01:26:46,200 --> 01:26:47,201 (CHUCKLES) 1290 01:26:48,040 --> 01:26:51,487 I am a little interested in the direction you took it. 1291 01:26:52,840 --> 01:26:54,171 You ready? 1292 01:26:56,200 --> 01:26:57,964 (TED CLEARS THROAT) 1293 01:26:59,680 --> 01:27:03,162 (BRIGSBY'S VOICE) "It was a time of reckoning for the galaxy I called home 1294 01:27:03,640 --> 01:27:06,928 "and a time of great magic. 1295 01:27:08,000 --> 01:27:11,971 "The Drumbas had vanished in some great cataclysm, 1296 01:27:12,080 --> 01:27:14,811 "and the Sortis Crystal was lost." 1297 01:27:25,160 --> 01:27:26,844 Yo, where's he at? 1298 01:27:28,160 --> 01:27:31,004 - I don't know. Did you talk to him? - I haven't seen him. 1299 01:27:32,480 --> 01:27:33,970 (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) 1300 01:27:39,760 --> 01:27:43,242 BRIGSBY: It was a time of reckoning for the galaxy I called home 1301 01:27:43,720 --> 01:27:47,441 and a time of great magic. 1302 01:27:49,640 --> 01:27:51,051 (RETCHING) 1303 01:27:53,160 --> 01:27:55,481 James. Dude, what's going on? 1304 01:28:00,720 --> 01:28:02,290 What if they don't like it? 1305 01:28:05,040 --> 01:28:06,280 Dude, James, 1306 01:28:08,840 --> 01:28:12,367 who cares what they think? 1307 01:28:15,040 --> 01:28:17,042 We finished Brigsby. 1308 01:28:18,840 --> 01:28:21,081 I think I'm just going to hang here for a bit. 1309 01:29:05,600 --> 01:29:06,761 (INAUDIBLE) 1310 01:30:11,480 --> 01:30:13,360 (SNATCHER LAUGHING) 1311 01:30:13,440 --> 01:30:15,010 (PEOPLE SCREAMING) 1312 01:30:17,040 --> 01:30:19,646 I have you now, Bear. 1313 01:30:20,400 --> 01:30:22,402 Snatcher simply can't be defeated, Brigsby! 1314 01:30:22,520 --> 01:30:24,409 Perhaps not, my friends. 1315 01:30:24,520 --> 01:30:27,126 And so, now, a choice... 1316 01:30:28,000 --> 01:30:31,402 Perish here together and watch Snatcher enslave all worlds, 1317 01:30:32,640 --> 01:30:38,044 or fold every molecule of this dimension into a singularity, 1318 01:30:38,640 --> 01:30:41,086 creating a whole new universe. 1319 01:30:41,480 --> 01:30:45,485 One where the forces of light can fight on together. 1320 01:30:47,160 --> 01:30:48,446 A new beginning? 1321 01:30:49,600 --> 01:30:51,409 Arielle, the amulet, quick! 1322 01:31:00,440 --> 01:31:02,329 (PULSATING) 1323 01:31:06,280 --> 01:31:08,044 Goodbye, Arielle. 1324 01:31:09,720 --> 01:31:11,245 You, too, Nina. 1325 01:31:13,720 --> 01:31:16,371 Until our next adventure! 1326 01:31:17,280 --> 01:31:18,281 (YELLS) 1327 01:31:21,760 --> 01:31:25,685 No! 1328 01:31:54,160 --> 01:31:55,161 (INAUDIBLE) 1329 01:32:43,880 --> 01:32:45,211 (MELLOW MUSIC PLAYING) 1330 01:34:44,600 --> 01:34:46,807 (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) 1331 01:34:58,400 --> 01:35:02,120 There's magic and wonders and mysteries in store 1332 01:35:02,200 --> 01:35:05,960 A hero whose mission is to learn and explore 1333 01:35:06,040 --> 01:35:09,720 He's daring and caring and oh so much more 1334 01:35:09,800 --> 01:35:13,247 It's Brigsby Bear! 1335 01:35:13,600 --> 01:35:17,280 He travels the skies and the stars through the night 1336 01:35:17,360 --> 01:35:21,120 And battles Sun Snatcher with all of his might 1337 01:35:21,200 --> 01:35:25,040 He's strong, never wrong, 'cause he always does right 1338 01:35:25,120 --> 01:35:27,885 It's Brigsby Bear! 1339 01:35:28,480 --> 01:35:32,560 Indeed, when trouble is just round the bend 1340 01:35:32,640 --> 01:35:36,320 He'll keep us so safe 'cause he's always our friend 1341 01:35:36,400 --> 01:35:39,920 The bear who is there through the thickest and thin 1342 01:35:40,000 --> 01:35:43,527 It's Brigsby Bear! 1343 01:35:43,840 --> 01:35:50,689 It's Brigsby Bear, it's Brigsby Bear It's Brigsby 1344 01:35:51,440 --> 01:35:58,164 It's Brigsby Bear, it's Brigsby Bear It's Brigsby 1345 01:35:58,880 --> 01:36:02,840 So come along where fantasies come true 1346 01:36:02,920 --> 01:36:07,289 With the Smile Sisters, there's nothing we can't do 1347 01:36:08,360 --> 01:36:12,600 There's magic and wonders and mysteries in store 1348 01:36:12,680 --> 01:36:16,480 A hero whose mission is to learn and explore 1349 01:36:16,560 --> 01:36:20,160 He's daring and caring and oh so much more 1350 01:36:20,240 --> 01:36:23,528 It's Brigsby Bear!