0 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:13,000 Downloaded from xPau.se 1 00:00:57,207 --> 00:01:00,552 JIMMY: Now the story goes that John Denver, he was 2 00:01:00,627 --> 00:01:04,131 playin' at this little ol' place called the Cellar Door in Washington, D.C... 3 00:01:04,756 --> 00:01:07,635 (GRUNTS) ...around Christmas time in 1970. 4 00:01:07,968 --> 00:01:11,563 His opening act was this husband and wife duo, 5 00:01:11,805 --> 00:01:14,308 named Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert 6 00:01:14,391 --> 00:01:16,814 and they called them self Fat City. 7 00:01:16,894 --> 00:01:19,067 (CHUCKLES) That's kind of a funny name. 8 00:01:19,396 --> 00:01:23,151 Yeah, that is kind of a funny name. Socket, uh, 5/8ths. 9 00:01:24,985 --> 00:01:26,532 (SADIE GRUNTS SOFTLY) 10 00:01:27,446 --> 00:01:30,290 Now, one night, they decide to go on back to the house 11 00:01:30,365 --> 00:01:32,459 and have a little jam session. 12 00:01:34,119 --> 00:01:35,962 On the way, they got into an accident 13 00:01:36,038 --> 00:01:38,291 and John Denver, he broke his thumb. 14 00:01:38,624 --> 00:01:40,843 And when they finally got back to the house, 15 00:01:40,918 --> 00:01:42,420 and Bill and Taffy played him, 16 00:01:42,628 --> 00:01:45,632 played John Denver this song they'd been working on, 17 00:01:46,465 --> 00:01:48,138 he flipped for it, man. 18 00:01:48,425 --> 00:01:50,519 And they worked on that thing till dawn. 19 00:01:50,594 --> 00:01:51,595 Screwdriver. 20 00:01:51,929 --> 00:01:53,931 Flat head or Phillips? Flat. 21 00:01:54,765 --> 00:01:56,438 So that's why you like the song. 22 00:01:56,767 --> 00:01:59,771 Well, I like the song because of the song. 23 00:02:00,103 --> 00:02:02,276 I mean, I guess I also like it 24 00:02:02,397 --> 00:02:04,115 'cause it's got a story behind it. 25 00:02:05,275 --> 00:02:07,198 You know, Bill Danoff later said that 26 00:02:07,277 --> 00:02:09,120 he ain't never even been to West Virginia. 27 00:02:09,446 --> 00:02:11,039 Well, I like the song, too, 28 00:02:11,114 --> 00:02:14,414 but I don't really think it'll work for the pageant. 29 00:02:14,618 --> 00:02:15,790 Pliers. 30 00:02:16,119 --> 00:02:17,291 Regular or needle-nose? 31 00:02:17,371 --> 00:02:18,463 Needle. 32 00:02:23,460 --> 00:02:25,462 So you comin' to my rehearsal? 33 00:02:26,129 --> 00:02:28,632 Yeah. I'm gonna pick you up right after work. 34 00:02:28,966 --> 00:02:30,434 Just so you know, I asked Mommy 35 00:02:30,509 --> 00:02:32,932 if she and Moody would pay for your cell phone. 36 00:02:33,136 --> 00:02:35,810 She said even if they did, you wouldn't take it. 37 00:02:36,139 --> 00:02:38,141 Sadie bug, she's right. 38 00:02:38,475 --> 00:02:40,148 The only thing 39 00:02:41,144 --> 00:02:44,318 I need a cell phone for is takin' pictures of you. 40 00:02:44,439 --> 00:02:45,656 Gun show! 41 00:02:52,155 --> 00:02:53,828 Hey, Daddy. Nope. 42 00:03:26,231 --> 00:03:27,357 JIMMY: All right. 43 00:03:54,843 --> 00:03:56,220 What say, Cal? 44 00:03:56,511 --> 00:03:59,515 Hey, hey, Jimmy. Come on in. Shut that door, would you? 45 00:04:03,560 --> 00:04:06,063 Yeah. Have a seat. 46 00:04:08,690 --> 00:04:11,694 Jimmy, I'm just gonna say it. I got to let you go. 47 00:04:12,944 --> 00:04:14,321 (SCOFFS) 48 00:04:14,404 --> 00:04:16,782 Cal, I... I didn't even do nothin', man. 49 00:04:16,865 --> 00:04:18,492 I know you didn't do nothin'. 50 00:04:18,575 --> 00:04:20,498 But last week, someone in H.R. saw you leaving, 51 00:04:20,577 --> 00:04:24,207 walking out to your truck and they saw you was limpin'. 52 00:04:26,541 --> 00:04:27,838 So? 53 00:04:27,918 --> 00:04:30,188 My leg ain't got nothin' to do with drivin' that Case out there. 54 00:04:30,212 --> 00:04:31,212 I know that. 55 00:04:31,254 --> 00:04:33,854 I know, but the folks over in the big office, they feel different. 56 00:04:33,882 --> 00:04:35,568 And they said you didn't list it on your paperwork 57 00:04:35,592 --> 00:04:36,889 when you was first brought on. 58 00:04:37,094 --> 00:04:38,346 No. They are callin' it 59 00:04:38,428 --> 00:04:40,180 a "pre-existing condition" 60 00:04:40,263 --> 00:04:42,106 and that it is a liability issue. 61 00:04:42,182 --> 00:04:43,743 Okay, this big then. What is that, two to three feet? 62 00:04:43,767 --> 00:04:47,943 This big and you let me drive my truck around the track tonight. 63 00:04:48,605 --> 00:04:50,765 Look, it's a four-wheel drive. It isn't gonna hurt you. 64 00:05:23,473 --> 00:05:26,272 (MUSIC PLAYING OVER CAR STEREO) 65 00:05:30,147 --> 00:05:32,320 JOHN DENVER: (SINGING) Almost heaven 66 00:05:32,983 --> 00:05:34,985 West Virginia 67 00:05:35,986 --> 00:05:40,992 Blue Ridge Mountains Shenandoah River 68 00:05:49,291 --> 00:05:51,171 MELLIE: Purple Lady, you know my brother, Jimmy? 69 00:05:51,293 --> 00:05:54,217 PURPLE LADY: Oh, Jimmy Logan, that ball player 70 00:05:54,296 --> 00:05:56,219 that was gonna be a big deal? 71 00:05:56,339 --> 00:05:58,341 JIMMY: (CHUCKLES) Hey, Purple Lady. 72 00:05:58,842 --> 00:06:01,812 My husband, the Major, when he was still alive, 73 00:06:01,887 --> 00:06:04,106 he loved LSU football. 74 00:06:04,181 --> 00:06:06,855 Whenever they'd show the games here local, we'd watch. 75 00:06:07,142 --> 00:06:09,645 Of course for me, it was all about the uniforms. 76 00:06:09,853 --> 00:06:12,447 Their jerseys are the most striking shade of purple. 77 00:06:12,522 --> 00:06:13,569 Purple. 78 00:06:13,648 --> 00:06:17,448 Yes. Purple and gold. Royal colors. 79 00:06:17,527 --> 00:06:18,574 Yeah, I got off early, 80 00:06:18,653 --> 00:06:20,631 so I figured I'd take Sadie on over to her dance thing, 81 00:06:20,655 --> 00:06:21,998 so you didn't have to drive her. 82 00:06:22,532 --> 00:06:23,954 Well, that's great and all, 83 00:06:24,034 --> 00:06:25,845 you wanting to see your daughter dance and everything. 84 00:06:25,869 --> 00:06:27,542 But it was yesterday. 85 00:06:28,205 --> 00:06:29,206 (SIGHS) Shit. 86 00:06:29,498 --> 00:06:30,670 Excuse you. 87 00:06:30,874 --> 00:06:32,376 I got her there fine, by the way. 88 00:06:32,667 --> 00:06:34,294 See, most people think 89 00:06:34,377 --> 00:06:36,505 if you're gonna go to Charleston, then, duh, 90 00:06:36,713 --> 00:06:38,636 you get on the 85 to Danville, 91 00:06:38,715 --> 00:06:41,719 then the I-19 to Charleston. 54 miles. 92 00:06:42,052 --> 00:06:43,599 But, bein' 4:00 p.m., 93 00:06:43,678 --> 00:06:46,227 I knew not the best time of day to be on the road. 94 00:06:46,515 --> 00:06:47,767 And they're still doing 95 00:06:47,849 --> 00:06:50,693 all that shoulder work on the I-19. 96 00:06:50,894 --> 00:06:52,988 Plus, then you got the sun right in your eyes 97 00:06:53,063 --> 00:06:55,862 for that whole stretch outside of Julian. 98 00:06:56,399 --> 00:06:58,822 So, yeah, I took the 85 to Danville, 99 00:06:58,902 --> 00:07:00,529 but then I hopped onto the 3, 100 00:07:00,612 --> 00:07:02,660 so instead of goin' up and over, 101 00:07:02,739 --> 00:07:04,412 I'm goin' over and then up. 102 00:07:04,699 --> 00:07:07,094 And after that it was a straight shot on the Daniel Boone Parkway 103 00:07:07,118 --> 00:07:08,461 all the way to Marmet. 104 00:07:08,537 --> 00:07:10,756 PURPLE LADY: Well, sure sounds like you love to drive. 105 00:07:11,081 --> 00:07:13,209 It was just a rehearsal, not like the real pageant, 106 00:07:13,291 --> 00:07:15,385 but Bobbie Jo is not happy. 107 00:07:15,585 --> 00:07:16,928 Now, why didn't you call me'? 108 00:07:17,212 --> 00:07:19,715 I tried, but your cell phone seems to have been turned off. 109 00:07:19,923 --> 00:07:22,221 You should pay your bills. Everyone needs a cell phone. 110 00:07:22,425 --> 00:07:23,768 But I don't like 'em. 111 00:07:24,052 --> 00:07:26,054 You one of them Unabomber types? 112 00:07:26,263 --> 00:07:29,437 Yeah. I am one of them Unabomber types. 113 00:07:29,724 --> 00:07:31,452 See, I don't like people tellin' me what to do, 114 00:07:31,476 --> 00:07:32,944 like, "Answer the phone." 115 00:07:44,447 --> 00:07:46,950 Hey. Oh, this is gonna be good. 116 00:07:47,242 --> 00:07:49,586 Look, I'm sorry, okay? I'm sorry, I thought... 117 00:07:50,453 --> 00:07:51,921 (STUTTERS) I knew it was 4:00, 118 00:07:51,997 --> 00:07:53,749 I just thought it was 4:00 today. 119 00:07:53,957 --> 00:07:56,301 That's the first time you've used that excuse! 120 00:07:56,585 --> 00:07:58,383 Look, I said I was sorry, all right? 121 00:07:58,461 --> 00:08:00,421 Mellie said y'all figured it out just fine anyway. 122 00:08:00,630 --> 00:08:02,758 She also tell you that she got pulled over 123 00:08:02,841 --> 00:08:04,468 goin' 30 miles over the speed limit 124 00:08:04,759 --> 00:08:06,432 with my daughter in the car? 125 00:08:06,636 --> 00:08:07,683 It's our daughter. 126 00:08:07,762 --> 00:08:10,436 Sadie said her Aunt Mellie "worked her Mellie magic" 127 00:08:10,515 --> 00:08:12,438 and talked the cops into not givin' her a ticket! 128 00:08:12,642 --> 00:08:15,065 So that's a real good character-building experience 129 00:08:15,145 --> 00:08:16,317 for our daughter to witness. 130 00:08:16,605 --> 00:08:17,606 Yeah. Don't laugh at me! 131 00:08:17,814 --> 00:08:21,444 Yeah, whatever, forget it. What's up with the sale sign out there? 132 00:08:21,651 --> 00:08:23,588 You didn't tell me you and Moody was buyin' a new house. 133 00:08:23,612 --> 00:08:24,955 SADIE: Daddy! Hey! 134 00:08:25,530 --> 00:08:27,248 (JIMMY GROWLS) SADIE: Ah! 135 00:08:27,324 --> 00:08:29,076 What you doing? Nothing. 136 00:08:29,159 --> 00:08:30,206 Ow! Ow. Man! 137 00:08:30,285 --> 00:08:31,332 (SADIE CHUCKLES) 138 00:08:31,453 --> 00:08:33,306 Hey, me and, uh, your momma were just talkin' about 139 00:08:33,330 --> 00:08:35,298 maybe me and you goin' to get some ice cream. 140 00:08:35,498 --> 00:08:37,842 I'm not allowed ice cream anymore. 141 00:08:38,335 --> 00:08:39,336 Says who? 142 00:08:39,628 --> 00:08:42,051 Mommy. She says it's got too many calories 143 00:08:42,130 --> 00:08:44,132 and that nobody loves a fat girl. 144 00:08:44,341 --> 00:08:48,187 You ain't... I... I think that's a little bit harsh. 145 00:08:48,511 --> 00:08:49,780 (BOYS SHOUTING OBNOXIOUSLY) This is some of that 146 00:08:49,804 --> 00:08:52,353 co-parenting stuff that you and I need to talk about. 147 00:08:52,682 --> 00:08:54,184 That Doctor Phil stuff. 148 00:08:54,517 --> 00:08:55,609 Hey, Jimmy! 149 00:08:55,685 --> 00:08:56,811 Hey, Moody. 150 00:08:56,895 --> 00:08:58,735 Yeah, what's goin' on, sweetie? Wow. Thank you. 151 00:08:59,856 --> 00:09:02,700 Hey, hey! Hey, you two don't settle down, we ain't gonna get no mall. 152 00:09:02,943 --> 00:09:04,536 Daddy, will you come with? 153 00:09:05,195 --> 00:09:06,881 MOODY: We're takin' Sadie and the boys to see that... 154 00:09:06,905 --> 00:09:08,665 That new, uh, Furious Fast movie at the mall. 155 00:09:08,698 --> 00:09:09,698 You want in? 156 00:09:09,741 --> 00:09:11,459 (INHALES) Uh... 157 00:09:11,534 --> 00:09:14,134 That's a little... That's a little intense for the kids, ain't it? 158 00:09:14,162 --> 00:09:16,164 They love it. Keeps 'em quiet. 159 00:09:16,247 --> 00:09:18,967 They sit there starin' at the screen the whole time, scared shitless. 160 00:09:19,042 --> 00:09:21,044 You want to come? SADIE: Please? 161 00:09:21,127 --> 00:09:24,256 (STAMMERS) I got to get going to work. You know? 162 00:09:24,714 --> 00:09:26,842 I ain't got time for a whole movie. 163 00:09:26,925 --> 00:09:29,394 But you go and have fun. Give me a hug. 164 00:09:29,511 --> 00:09:31,559 (GRUNTING) Not on my back. 165 00:09:31,721 --> 00:09:32,782 But we're gonna get some ice cream. 166 00:09:32,806 --> 00:09:33,898 Promise? Okay. 167 00:09:34,224 --> 00:09:36,852 But it's got to be yogurt, 'cause I got the pageant comin' up. 168 00:09:36,935 --> 00:09:39,372 (GASPS) Oh, I finally know what song I'm gonna sing for talent. 169 00:09:39,396 --> 00:09:41,740 JIMMY: What song? Umbrella by Rihanna. 170 00:09:42,023 --> 00:09:43,343 LEVI: When Rihanna sings Umbrella, 171 00:09:43,400 --> 00:09:45,698 she's not really singing about a rain umbrella, 172 00:09:45,902 --> 00:09:49,076 she's really singing about her vagina. It's code. 173 00:09:49,572 --> 00:09:50,664 Who told you that? 174 00:09:50,740 --> 00:09:51,741 LEVI: Everybody. 175 00:09:52,033 --> 00:09:54,353 Come on, let's go! Everyone in the Expedition. SADIE: Whoo! 176 00:09:54,577 --> 00:09:56,045 Hey, kiss your mother when you leave. 177 00:09:56,121 --> 00:09:57,668 BOBBIE JO: Kiss. Kiss. Aw. Thank you. 178 00:09:57,747 --> 00:09:59,090 See you, sweetie. Bye. 179 00:09:59,791 --> 00:10:01,885 Hey. Yep? 180 00:10:02,085 --> 00:10:04,429 I wasn't done talkin' to you yet. JIMMY: (CHUCKLES) Okay. 181 00:10:05,422 --> 00:10:06,582 What am I in trouble for now? 182 00:10:06,631 --> 00:10:08,554 We need to talk about some legal stuff. 183 00:10:08,758 --> 00:10:10,385 Hey, uh, Jimmy, uh, your car. 184 00:10:10,593 --> 00:10:12,266 BOBBIE JO: Moody, can ya give us a minute? 185 00:10:12,345 --> 00:10:13,346 MOODY: Okay. 186 00:10:13,430 --> 00:10:14,773 Legal stuff? 187 00:10:15,223 --> 00:10:17,567 You was askin' about the "For Sale" sign? JIMMY: Yeah. 188 00:10:18,268 --> 00:10:19,861 Moody's expanding- 189 00:10:19,936 --> 00:10:22,564 His family's openin' up a new dealership down in Lynchburg. 190 00:10:23,440 --> 00:10:25,488 That's across state line. 191 00:10:25,567 --> 00:10:27,069 Hell, no, you can't just tell me that, 192 00:10:27,152 --> 00:10:28,587 like I ain't got no say in the matter. 193 00:10:28,611 --> 00:10:31,990 You'll still get your days! Just we'll be in Lynchburg. 194 00:10:32,073 --> 00:10:34,246 You can drive across the state line to pick her up. 195 00:10:34,325 --> 00:10:35,998 I have full custody. 196 00:10:36,077 --> 00:10:37,930 JIMMY: It's not happenin'. I'm getting a lawyer. 197 00:10:37,954 --> 00:10:39,627 BOBBIE JO: With what money? 198 00:10:40,790 --> 00:10:40,836 (COUNTRY MUSIC PLAYING ON SPEAKERS) 199 00:10:40,837 --> 00:10:42,800 (COUNTRY MUSIC PLAYING ON SPEAKERS) 200 00:10:46,129 --> 00:10:48,803 What do you say there, Earl? Hey, Jimmy. 201 00:10:51,551 --> 00:10:52,552 CLYDE: So... 202 00:10:54,304 --> 00:10:56,398 I've been uncoverin' a lot. (SOFTLY) Oh, shit. 203 00:10:56,473 --> 00:10:59,522 Did you know Aunt Maggie, in 1983, 204 00:10:59,601 --> 00:11:01,444 won the Lotto, but washed the ticket... 205 00:11:01,644 --> 00:11:04,113 It's folk tales and backwood gossip. 206 00:11:04,814 --> 00:11:06,125 Well, you got to admit this kind of stuff 207 00:11:06,149 --> 00:11:07,446 don't happen to normal folk. 208 00:11:07,525 --> 00:11:08,572 Not tonight, Clyde. 209 00:11:08,651 --> 00:11:09,712 Well, there's a pattern. Just... (SIGHS) 210 00:11:09,736 --> 00:11:13,081 Pappaw's diamond, Uncle Stickley's electrocution. 211 00:11:13,156 --> 00:11:16,080 Mommy gets sick after Daddy's settlement. 212 00:11:16,159 --> 00:11:17,470 The roof collapse. Come on, Clyde. 213 00:11:17,494 --> 00:11:18,871 You blow your knee out 214 00:11:18,953 --> 00:11:20,830 and a roadside mine takes my arm 215 00:11:21,122 --> 00:11:24,342 as I was transpo-in' out. I was almost at the airport. 216 00:11:25,627 --> 00:11:27,174 What about Mellie, then? 217 00:11:27,629 --> 00:11:29,631 Ain't nothin' bad ever happened to Mellie. 218 00:11:31,007 --> 00:11:32,133 Hmm? 219 00:11:33,343 --> 00:11:34,515 What? 220 00:11:36,679 --> 00:11:38,852 You just gave it a mouth. 221 00:11:40,308 --> 00:11:41,651 You need to take it back. 222 00:11:41,851 --> 00:11:44,024 I don't even know what I'm tak... 223 00:11:44,521 --> 00:11:46,615 I'm gonna go to my satellite office 224 00:11:46,689 --> 00:11:48,532 and then we're gonna talk about this. 225 00:11:48,650 --> 00:11:50,368 (MUSIC CONTINUES) 226 00:11:56,241 --> 00:11:57,288 (DOOR OPENS) 227 00:11:57,367 --> 00:11:59,369 MAX: See, the dirty big secret is 228 00:11:59,661 --> 00:12:01,709 that I am the asset in this scenario, 229 00:12:01,788 --> 00:12:03,506 it's not Dayton White. Right? 230 00:12:03,706 --> 00:12:06,380 And the simple fact is I'd be driving that car myself, 231 00:12:06,668 --> 00:12:09,672 if my day job wasn't running a billion dollar company. 232 00:12:09,879 --> 00:12:13,554 You know? And by the way, it was my understanding that this is America, people. 233 00:12:13,842 --> 00:12:17,016 So them trying to muzzle the company that I created, in America, 234 00:12:17,220 --> 00:12:18,893 is a violation of my free speech. 235 00:12:19,180 --> 00:12:20,898 And plus, plus, two of those kids 236 00:12:21,015 --> 00:12:22,733 only had one kidney to begin with. 237 00:12:23,059 --> 00:12:24,659 So, why isn't anybody writin' about that? 238 00:12:24,894 --> 00:12:26,396 Right. It's total B.S. 239 00:12:27,021 --> 00:12:28,398 CLYDE: What do you like? 240 00:12:28,773 --> 00:12:29,820 (CHUCKLES) Aw. 241 00:12:29,899 --> 00:12:31,651 I just thought of a great song title, 242 00:12:31,734 --> 00:12:34,283 The Kindness of a One-Armed Bartender. 243 00:12:34,362 --> 00:12:36,285 Oi, go on! (ALL LAUGHING) 244 00:12:37,407 --> 00:12:40,251 Uh... Now, you see, I got two arms. 245 00:12:41,411 --> 00:12:43,459 See? I'm a trans-radial amputee, 246 00:12:43,538 --> 00:12:46,417 so it's my lower forearm and hand that's missing. 247 00:12:46,749 --> 00:12:48,751 My mistake. I'm very lucky. 248 00:12:49,043 --> 00:12:51,216 I guess I'll settle for a Stoli, extra dry, 249 00:12:51,296 --> 00:12:53,048 two olives. Can you handle that? 250 00:12:53,256 --> 00:12:55,634 Uh, yeah. Up or on the rocks? 251 00:12:55,717 --> 00:12:56,718 Up. 252 00:13:38,801 --> 00:13:42,101 Well, it's pretty good. Could be colder. 253 00:13:42,639 --> 00:13:45,813 Ice shortage around here, 'cause of the water contamination plant 254 00:13:46,100 --> 00:13:48,444 from the chemical leak upstream. 255 00:13:53,816 --> 00:13:55,944 Hey, do you mind doin' that drink thing again? 256 00:13:56,027 --> 00:13:57,654 I want to shoot a post. 257 00:13:58,488 --> 00:14:01,617 I got 1.2 million followers. This could make you famous. 258 00:14:02,325 --> 00:14:05,579 How about he bounce a damn ball on his nose for you next, 259 00:14:05,662 --> 00:14:07,130 like a trained seal? 260 00:14:07,372 --> 00:14:10,125 (SCOFFS) Sorry. You got a problem? 261 00:14:10,333 --> 00:14:11,801 Yeah, I got a problem. 262 00:14:11,876 --> 00:14:14,629 I take exception to people messing with my brother. 263 00:14:15,338 --> 00:14:17,511 That's two tours in Iraq right there. 264 00:14:17,799 --> 00:14:19,801 He stepped forward when others were steppin' back. 265 00:14:19,884 --> 00:14:22,103 So you need to show a little respect. 266 00:14:22,178 --> 00:14:23,395 (MAX SNORTS) 267 00:14:24,514 --> 00:14:27,859 Thank you for your service. And cheers. 268 00:14:31,521 --> 00:14:33,194 So, brothers, eh? 269 00:14:34,023 --> 00:14:37,527 You know, it's funny. With your bad leg and his missin' an arm, 270 00:14:37,610 --> 00:14:39,783 excuse me, hand... (CHUCKLES) 271 00:14:39,862 --> 00:14:41,342 it's like the two of you almost add up 272 00:14:41,406 --> 00:14:44,205 to one normal person. (LAUGHING) 273 00:14:48,871 --> 00:14:50,623 Oh, man, I know who you are. 274 00:14:50,707 --> 00:14:53,551 You're that... You're that guy on the TV with the drink. 275 00:14:54,711 --> 00:14:56,054 I mean, you're famous! 276 00:14:56,337 --> 00:14:57,337 Right on both. 277 00:14:57,380 --> 00:15:00,179 I'm that guy on the TV with the drink and, yes, I'm famous. 278 00:15:00,258 --> 00:15:01,305 Very, very famous. 279 00:15:01,384 --> 00:15:02,820 JIMMY: Hey, can I get a photo with you? 280 00:15:02,844 --> 00:15:03,845 Sure. Yeah? 281 00:15:03,928 --> 00:15:06,128 Sure. You know, the guys at the garage won't believe me. 282 00:15:06,222 --> 00:15:07,895 Make it quick Hold on. Come on. 283 00:15:10,893 --> 00:15:13,362 Oh, that's nice. There we go. All right. 284 00:15:14,731 --> 00:15:16,074 (ALL GRUNTING) Hey, what the... 285 00:15:18,109 --> 00:15:19,907 (FIGHTING CONTINUES) 286 00:15:23,906 --> 00:15:27,160 Hi, Earl. You got a light? EARL: Well... 287 00:15:28,077 --> 00:15:30,079 Always. Here. 288 00:15:31,414 --> 00:15:32,757 Ah, thank you. 289 00:15:35,084 --> 00:15:36,882 (CLYDE GRUNTS) 290 00:15:40,590 --> 00:15:42,263 (GLASS SHATTERING) 291 00:15:42,967 --> 00:15:45,220 MAX: Stay down! Stay down! (CAR ALARM BEEPING) 292 00:15:45,428 --> 00:15:47,772 MAN 1: Leo! Leo! MAN 2: It's on fire. 293 00:15:49,098 --> 00:15:50,975 (ALARM CONTINUES BEEPING) 294 00:15:55,104 --> 00:15:58,950 That is massively stupid! That's an $85,000 vehicle! 295 00:15:59,275 --> 00:16:01,277 CLYDE: Well, he was assaulted. 296 00:16:01,611 --> 00:16:03,613 He tried to assault me! 297 00:16:05,948 --> 00:16:08,371 Well, don't just stand there gawping. Get your phones out! 298 00:16:08,451 --> 00:16:10,624 Right, Max, all right, the phone. Film this! Document! 299 00:16:16,793 --> 00:16:17,965 Hey! Aw. 300 00:16:18,461 --> 00:16:19,804 MAX: Christ! 301 00:16:19,921 --> 00:16:21,138 (ALARM STOPS) 302 00:16:23,466 --> 00:16:23,932 (PANTING) 303 00:16:23,933 --> 00:16:24,972 (PANTING) 304 00:16:25,468 --> 00:16:26,811 Cauliflower. 305 00:16:28,262 --> 00:16:29,935 Yeah, this is Max. Get Mike on the phone. 306 00:16:30,139 --> 00:16:31,607 CLYDE: What did he just say? 307 00:16:34,477 --> 00:16:36,445 You can't just walk away! This is a crime scene! 308 00:16:36,646 --> 00:16:39,320 Did you just say "cauliflower" to me? 309 00:17:20,815 --> 00:17:22,658 CLYDE: Unless I'm mistaken 310 00:17:24,026 --> 00:17:25,337 yesterday, as you were leavin' the bar, 311 00:17:25,361 --> 00:17:27,989 you said the word "cauliflower." 312 00:17:28,239 --> 00:17:30,867 (SMACKS LIPS) That's right. I did. 313 00:17:32,785 --> 00:17:35,004 The last time you said that word to me, 314 00:17:35,079 --> 00:17:37,673 I ended up gettin' sent down for six months. 315 00:17:38,207 --> 00:17:39,379 It was Juvie. 316 00:17:39,459 --> 00:17:40,551 I was 13. 317 00:17:40,835 --> 00:17:43,338 And you were supposed to be the lookout, now, weren't you? 318 00:17:43,546 --> 00:17:45,014 Bein' that I was your kid brother, 319 00:17:45,089 --> 00:17:46,887 I let you lead me into trouble 320 00:17:47,133 --> 00:17:49,807 with all your crazy "cauliflower" plans. 321 00:17:49,886 --> 00:17:52,184 My life of crime is over. 322 00:17:53,055 --> 00:17:56,309 But you did make breakfast this morning. 323 00:17:56,392 --> 00:17:58,019 Even burned the bacon like I like 324 00:17:58,227 --> 00:17:59,570 and you hate. 325 00:18:00,229 --> 00:18:03,403 I also saw you have some sort of robbery "to do" list. 326 00:18:04,066 --> 00:18:08,412 Now, I know this attempt to be organized is a big step for you. 327 00:18:08,738 --> 00:18:10,081 So go. 328 00:18:15,244 --> 00:18:18,088 Charlotte Motor Speedway. 329 00:18:18,998 --> 00:18:20,500 The Speedway? 330 00:18:26,255 --> 00:18:29,259 JIMMY: It's one of the busiest sports venues in the country. 331 00:18:29,592 --> 00:18:31,594 Just last year, they had over 300 events. 332 00:18:31,886 --> 00:18:33,606 It's the official home of NASCAR, of course. 333 00:18:33,930 --> 00:18:35,728 That's all run on that main track. 334 00:18:36,098 --> 00:18:38,271 But that place right there ain't just about racing. 335 00:18:38,351 --> 00:18:40,445 This place is like a city. 336 00:18:40,728 --> 00:18:43,447 A few years ago, they built condos for people who wanted 337 00:18:43,731 --> 00:18:46,905 to live above the track all year long. They sold out in less than 24 hours. 338 00:18:47,109 --> 00:18:49,157 They even got their own police force and jail 339 00:18:49,237 --> 00:18:51,456 for people carryin' on and getting out of hand. 340 00:18:53,241 --> 00:18:55,052 CLYDE: Do you hear the words comin' out your mouth? 341 00:18:55,076 --> 00:18:57,420 "They have their own police force." 342 00:18:57,620 --> 00:19:00,624 I'm midway through my presentation, 343 00:19:00,957 --> 00:19:04,962 so you can just not interrupt me and let me get it out. 344 00:19:05,294 --> 00:19:08,969 How many times have I listened to that Logan Family Curse thing of yours? 345 00:19:11,634 --> 00:19:12,977 Thank you. 346 00:19:13,803 --> 00:19:16,647 Now, as you very well know, 347 00:19:17,640 --> 00:19:20,484 the Speedway has got a big problem on its hands right now. 348 00:19:20,810 --> 00:19:23,905 A 40-year-old pipe burst and since the whole thing's built on landfill, 349 00:19:23,980 --> 00:19:25,698 it's turnin' to mush, which causin' 350 00:19:25,773 --> 00:19:26,990 all these sinkholes. Sinkholes. 351 00:19:27,316 --> 00:19:29,660 That's right. The sinkholes in the infield. 352 00:19:29,986 --> 00:19:33,160 Now, they want to fix this thing up right, so what did they do? 353 00:19:33,656 --> 00:19:35,133 What'd they do, they called a bunch of us 354 00:19:35,157 --> 00:19:36,557 who used to work down in them mines. 355 00:19:36,993 --> 00:19:38,791 'Cause we know the work. 356 00:19:43,457 --> 00:19:45,130 And you do good work. 357 00:19:45,334 --> 00:19:49,009 We do good work. But you were just fired. 358 00:19:49,338 --> 00:19:53,184 I was let go for liability reasons involvin' insurance. 359 00:19:53,467 --> 00:19:55,862 Can you just get to the part of why you think you can do this? 360 00:19:55,886 --> 00:19:57,012 (SIGHS DEEPLY) 361 00:19:59,015 --> 00:20:00,688 I know how they move the money. 362 00:20:03,185 --> 00:20:05,187 (LANDSLIDE, ROCKS CLATTERING) 363 00:20:06,480 --> 00:20:08,153 (BOTH GRUNTING) 364 00:20:14,363 --> 00:20:16,707 MAN 1: Who's got the code? They can't get in! 365 00:20:17,033 --> 00:20:19,627 It's Christmas, 1225. That's the override. 366 00:20:19,702 --> 00:20:20,874 JIMMY: Hurry. (GRUNTING) 367 00:20:22,580 --> 00:20:24,298 I got movement! I got leg! I got leg! 368 00:20:24,373 --> 00:20:25,465 MAN 2: Give him some air! 369 00:20:25,541 --> 00:20:26,741 MAN 3: Easy, easy, easy, easy. 370 00:20:26,792 --> 00:20:28,510 EMT: All right. Come on. 371 00:20:33,507 --> 00:20:36,556 Hey, Bobo, what the hell is all this stuff? 372 00:20:36,886 --> 00:20:39,389 BOBO: Well, that's PTT. 373 00:20:40,389 --> 00:20:42,062 What them, they gas lines? 374 00:20:42,350 --> 00:20:43,693 Pneumatic Tube Transport. 375 00:20:44,393 --> 00:20:46,566 Each concession has its own rig. 376 00:20:46,854 --> 00:20:48,447 When a register starts to fill up, 377 00:20:48,522 --> 00:20:50,900 they can do a money dump through the PTT. 378 00:20:51,400 --> 00:20:54,574 Easy to do, and it don't interfere with the beer selling. 379 00:20:54,904 --> 00:20:58,750 Plus, heck of a lot more secure than tryin' to pick up cash during a race. 380 00:20:59,033 --> 00:21:01,219 So all them pipes they, what, they just run right into the... 381 00:21:01,243 --> 00:21:02,586 BOBO: To the main vault. 382 00:21:03,245 --> 00:21:05,589 The whole thing is like a cash highway. 383 00:21:05,915 --> 00:21:07,713 JIMMY: I even know the when to do it. 384 00:21:07,917 --> 00:21:10,090 June 4th, the Grocery Castle Auto Show. 385 00:21:10,378 --> 00:21:13,552 It's graduation weekend. It'll be the smallest turnout of the summer. 386 00:21:13,756 --> 00:21:16,100 And gonna be bare bones staff and security. 387 00:21:16,425 --> 00:21:18,598 A real bank vault? 388 00:21:19,095 --> 00:21:22,941 Yeah, it's a tough one, too. I looked it up on the Google. 389 00:21:28,396 --> 00:21:30,865 CLYDE: The only guy that knows anything 390 00:21:30,940 --> 00:21:33,068 about blowin' up real bank vaults 391 00:21:33,275 --> 00:21:35,277 is Joe Bang. 392 00:21:35,569 --> 00:21:38,789 JIMMY: Joe Bang, that's a legend right there. You know where he is. 393 00:21:38,906 --> 00:21:41,079 CLYDE: No, I know where he is. 394 00:21:41,951 --> 00:21:44,295 We can't do it without him. 395 00:21:44,412 --> 00:21:45,834 (CHAIR SCRAPING) 396 00:21:50,793 --> 00:21:52,795 This is a surprise. 397 00:21:53,129 --> 00:21:54,722 JIMMY: What you say there, Joe Bang? 398 00:21:54,797 --> 00:21:57,801 Ain't seen you in a while. How goes it? 399 00:21:58,134 --> 00:22:02,310 Well, I'm sittin' on this side of the table wearin' a onesie. 400 00:22:02,638 --> 00:22:04,481 How do you think it's goin'? 401 00:22:07,309 --> 00:22:08,982 Well, you look good. 402 00:22:09,979 --> 00:22:12,823 Real good. Fit. 403 00:22:15,985 --> 00:22:18,488 You two got any quarters? 404 00:22:23,492 --> 00:22:24,789 I got a quarter. 405 00:22:24,869 --> 00:22:27,213 It gotta be... Does it have to be quarters? JOE: Yeah. 406 00:22:27,830 --> 00:22:29,503 Come on, now. CLYDE: I found one. 407 00:22:29,832 --> 00:22:32,585 Yeah, why don't you go over to the machine on the left, 408 00:22:32,668 --> 00:22:34,386 you punch J-7, bring it back. 409 00:22:34,462 --> 00:22:35,509 Go on, now. (SNIFFS) 410 00:22:38,716 --> 00:22:40,013 (JOE SIGHS) 411 00:22:49,351 --> 00:22:53,356 Doctors. They say I have high blood pressure. 412 00:22:54,023 --> 00:22:57,527 So I get this low sodium salt, special. 413 00:22:58,194 --> 00:22:59,537 Fake salt. 414 00:23:02,031 --> 00:23:03,704 Can you believe that? 415 00:23:04,366 --> 00:23:09,372 Someone thought to do that. They make fake salt. 416 00:23:12,374 --> 00:23:13,671 (SNIFFS) 417 00:23:13,876 --> 00:23:15,878 So you wanna talk business? 418 00:23:16,170 --> 00:23:18,343 Well, we got a job for you. 419 00:23:18,547 --> 00:23:20,049 (SOFTLY) A vault. 420 00:23:22,051 --> 00:23:24,850 (SIGHS) Look around you, my friends. 421 00:23:25,387 --> 00:23:28,061 My bank-blowin' days are over. 422 00:23:29,058 --> 00:23:30,230 Besides... 423 00:23:30,559 --> 00:23:34,905 I got a little nest egg, waitin' for me when I get out. 424 00:23:36,232 --> 00:23:38,906 You're stashing $97,000? 425 00:23:39,193 --> 00:23:42,914 Buried under the oak tree with the red swing, out at your place. 426 00:23:46,075 --> 00:23:47,418 Maybe. 427 00:23:47,910 --> 00:23:52,586 Ah, it seems your brother Fish told his wife about your stash. 428 00:23:55,709 --> 00:23:57,382 Fish told Misty? 429 00:23:57,586 --> 00:24:00,965 Yep. Next day, Misty dug the whole thing up 430 00:24:01,090 --> 00:24:04,390 and ran off with some truck driver from Florida. 431 00:24:08,764 --> 00:24:10,766 What part of Florida? 432 00:24:11,058 --> 00:24:12,275 JIMMY: Clearwater. 433 00:24:14,103 --> 00:24:16,071 CLYDE: It's a Carven Hill vault, 434 00:24:16,146 --> 00:24:18,444 just like the one you blew up in Parkersburg. 435 00:24:18,774 --> 00:24:20,117 Steel-encased concrete? 436 00:24:20,401 --> 00:24:22,403 JIMMY: Yeah. Wall is 20-inch thick. 437 00:24:22,611 --> 00:24:23,954 Alarms? 438 00:24:24,613 --> 00:24:28,789 You sneeze within 10 feet of a Carven Hill vault, 439 00:24:29,118 --> 00:24:32,338 its seismic sensors will have you wearing one of these onesies 440 00:24:32,413 --> 00:24:33,756 before you knew what happened. 441 00:24:34,915 --> 00:24:37,102 Well, there's construction goin' on around there right now, 442 00:24:37,126 --> 00:24:39,925 so them seismic sensors are turned off. 443 00:24:40,504 --> 00:24:42,222 (JOE SIGHS) 444 00:24:42,298 --> 00:24:44,801 So we just need you to blow her open. 445 00:24:45,092 --> 00:24:48,437 Yeah, I got five months to go in here. 446 00:24:49,638 --> 00:24:53,142 I should probably lay low a bit before doin' a job. 447 00:24:53,475 --> 00:24:55,648 This has to happen in five weeks. 448 00:24:58,772 --> 00:25:03,323 I am in-car-cer-Ra-ted. 449 00:25:05,487 --> 00:25:08,331 Yeah, we got a plan to get you out. 450 00:25:19,001 --> 00:25:21,845 As in, break me out? 451 00:25:22,838 --> 00:25:24,010 (WHISPERS) Yep. 452 00:25:26,800 --> 00:25:29,144 (STAMMERS) In the middle of the night? 453 00:25:29,345 --> 00:25:32,519 JIMMY: No. Afternoon. It's a day job. 454 00:25:36,352 --> 00:25:39,856 You're gonna get me out of here in broad daylight, 455 00:25:40,147 --> 00:25:44,869 do the job, and then get me back in here before anyone notices? 456 00:25:47,196 --> 00:25:48,322 Yep. 457 00:25:51,742 --> 00:25:52,789 (SMACKS TONGUE) 458 00:25:52,868 --> 00:25:57,715 You Logans must be as simple-minded as people say. 459 00:25:58,707 --> 00:26:00,550 BOTH: People say that? (CHUCKLES) 460 00:26:02,711 --> 00:26:03,883 Who? 461 00:26:04,380 --> 00:26:05,381 So. 462 00:26:06,215 --> 00:26:07,888 What's the take? 463 00:26:08,217 --> 00:26:10,153 JIMMY: It's bigger than you can bury under an oak tree. 464 00:26:10,177 --> 00:26:12,020 The split? CLYDE: Even split. 465 00:26:12,221 --> 00:26:13,518 No. No way. (SNIFFS) 466 00:26:15,224 --> 00:26:16,897 Well, why not? 467 00:26:18,060 --> 00:26:20,688 I got a brother. I got two. (INHALES) 468 00:26:20,771 --> 00:26:23,524 I'd need them involved to protect my interest. 469 00:26:42,918 --> 00:26:46,422 Sadie, why don't you take these over to your momma and I'll bring the rest. 470 00:26:46,755 --> 00:26:49,508 MOODY: When are you gonna give that piece of junk up, huh? 471 00:26:49,591 --> 00:26:51,486 Come on, I keep telling you to come on down to the dealership 472 00:26:51,510 --> 00:26:54,639 and I'll hook you up. You know we're family. 473 00:26:54,722 --> 00:26:56,395 We're not family. 474 00:26:56,598 --> 00:26:59,647 You mean I can't interest you in the latest V-6 offering 475 00:26:59,727 --> 00:27:01,604 of the American classic Mustang? 476 00:27:01,937 --> 00:27:04,440 3.7 liters of pure power. 477 00:27:04,940 --> 00:27:06,112 Come on. 478 00:27:06,775 --> 00:27:07,919 You can't tell me you wouldn't love 479 00:27:07,943 --> 00:27:09,445 to get behind the wheel of this baby. 480 00:27:09,528 --> 00:27:11,701 Come on, jump on in. Take it for a spin. 481 00:27:11,780 --> 00:27:13,782 I don't need anything that fancy. 482 00:27:13,949 --> 00:27:17,749 (SCOFFS) Well, you know, this Nova ended up costin' Chevy a ton 483 00:27:17,828 --> 00:27:20,206 'cause it totally bit the dust in Mexico. 484 00:27:20,456 --> 00:27:23,801 You know, in Mexican, "Nova" translates to "No Go", 485 00:27:24,084 --> 00:27:26,086 so they couldn't get anyone to buy it. 486 00:27:26,295 --> 00:27:29,640 'Cause they all thought the car would, you know, "No Go." 487 00:27:29,923 --> 00:27:31,596 You're an idiot. No, it's true. 488 00:27:31,800 --> 00:27:33,143 Not true. 489 00:27:33,302 --> 00:27:34,474 Look it up. 490 00:27:35,971 --> 00:27:39,145 I am kind of surprised you went for the V-6 automatic. 491 00:27:39,641 --> 00:27:42,986 The V-8's just so much faster and you can really feel the road under you. 492 00:27:43,270 --> 00:27:45,272 'Course, I keep forgettin' you can't drive stick. 493 00:27:45,481 --> 00:27:47,154 No, I know how to drive stick. 494 00:27:47,232 --> 00:27:48,233 I don't think you do. 495 00:27:48,317 --> 00:27:51,116 All the cars you always bringin' home from the lot are auto. 496 00:27:51,278 --> 00:27:52,575 I love stick! 497 00:27:52,654 --> 00:27:54,622 I'm a big fan of stick! (LAUGHS) 498 00:28:23,977 --> 00:28:25,729 (PEOPLE CHEERING) 499 00:28:28,190 --> 00:28:31,194 Sadie! Come on! Come on! Yeah! Yeah! Go! 500 00:28:34,196 --> 00:28:36,198 Come on, come on, come on! 501 00:28:36,323 --> 00:28:37,870 (WHISTLES) 502 00:28:39,701 --> 00:28:40,873 Come on, girl, let's go! 503 00:28:41,161 --> 00:28:42,378 Go, Sadie! 504 00:28:42,496 --> 00:28:43,588 (ALL APPLAUDING) 505 00:28:43,705 --> 00:28:44,797 (MELLIE WHOOPING) 506 00:28:44,873 --> 00:28:47,296 JIMMY: You got a ribbon, baby. Come here. What's it say? 507 00:28:47,376 --> 00:28:50,550 It's not first place. It only matters if you win. 508 00:28:50,879 --> 00:28:53,098 JIMMY: What? That ain't true at all. 509 00:28:53,173 --> 00:28:55,221 That boy's damn near 14-years-old. 510 00:28:55,551 --> 00:28:57,724 Come on. Give me a smile. Ah. 511 00:28:58,387 --> 00:29:00,060 Go show your momma. 512 00:29:02,558 --> 00:29:04,060 MOODY: Way to go, baby doll. 513 00:29:04,393 --> 00:29:05,895 Come to Momma. SADIE: Thanks. 514 00:29:06,061 --> 00:29:07,734 Aw... Mmm-hmm. MOODY: Hey, you did good. 515 00:29:07,855 --> 00:29:08,649 BOBBIE JO: Let me see. Ah... 516 00:29:08,650 --> 00:29:09,707 BOBBIE JO: Let me see. Ah... 517 00:29:09,731 --> 00:29:11,404 Well, I found 'em. 518 00:29:12,734 --> 00:29:13,906 Where? 519 00:29:14,903 --> 00:29:16,246 You should see. 520 00:29:16,446 --> 00:29:18,073 (PEOPLE CHEERING) 521 00:29:26,915 --> 00:29:29,259 They'll know what we want them to know. 522 00:29:30,544 --> 00:29:32,387 (CHEERING CONTINUES) 523 00:29:34,256 --> 00:29:37,260 ANNOUNCER: Let's hear it for the Bang brothers, folks! 524 00:29:41,972 --> 00:29:44,066 Argh! Damn. CLYDE: You all got a sec? 525 00:29:44,266 --> 00:29:46,360 Whoa, whoa, I'm winnin'. 526 00:29:47,102 --> 00:29:51,448 Okay? Not stoppin'. Don't you put the Logan hex on me. 527 00:29:51,773 --> 00:29:53,696 Yeah, we been out to see your brother. 528 00:29:53,775 --> 00:29:56,073 He tell you we were lookin' to talk to you all? 529 00:29:56,278 --> 00:29:59,452 Joe said you need for him to blow open the vault. 530 00:30:02,618 --> 00:30:04,120 Something like that. FISH: Mmm-hmm. 531 00:30:06,747 --> 00:30:08,590 Joe said you know computers. 532 00:30:08,790 --> 00:30:10,633 Yeah, I went to, uh, 533 00:30:10,959 --> 00:30:12,632 technical college. 534 00:30:12,961 --> 00:30:15,635 Well, this here's a little more involved than that. 535 00:30:15,964 --> 00:30:17,511 We need like a computer whiz. 536 00:30:17,591 --> 00:30:19,434 Like one of them Facebook boys. 537 00:30:19,635 --> 00:30:21,863 I know everything there is to know about computers. Okay? 538 00:30:21,887 --> 00:30:22,888 Do you? 539 00:30:22,971 --> 00:30:24,518 All the Twitters, I know 'em. 540 00:30:24,598 --> 00:30:27,101 But me and Sam just ain't sure we can help y'all. 541 00:30:27,809 --> 00:30:29,482 You can't help us? Yeah. 542 00:30:29,811 --> 00:30:32,314 We're living with the Lord now. 543 00:30:32,981 --> 00:30:36,326 Which means on the light side of the raw. 544 00:30:38,487 --> 00:30:41,832 If you two ain't into this, then why the hell did Joe tell us to come out here then? 545 00:30:42,115 --> 00:30:46,746 Gotta have a good reason to break the law. Do somethin' like robbin'. 546 00:30:46,828 --> 00:30:49,331 FISH: Mmm. Yeah, we need a moral reason. 547 00:30:51,124 --> 00:30:53,422 We'd be robbin' the Grocery Castle Auto. 548 00:30:53,502 --> 00:30:55,647 You can't tell me you ain't shoplifted from the Grocery Castle. 549 00:30:55,671 --> 00:30:59,016 Oh, yeah. We used to shoplift from them all the time, 550 00:30:59,132 --> 00:31:00,679 but that was before. 551 00:31:01,510 --> 00:31:03,854 Well, our sister Mellie, 552 00:31:04,513 --> 00:31:08,143 she used to work up at the Grocery Castle outside Manila. 553 00:31:08,809 --> 00:31:11,813 And they promoted her to checker after a month. 554 00:31:12,020 --> 00:31:14,864 Then, the assistant manager 555 00:31:15,357 --> 00:31:17,325 started getting handsy. JIMMY: Handsy. 556 00:31:17,401 --> 00:31:18,778 Oh. So you can imagine 557 00:31:18,860 --> 00:31:21,864 our family don't have no love for the Grocery Castle. 558 00:31:22,155 --> 00:31:24,157 I can understand the feelings. 559 00:31:24,366 --> 00:31:27,870 Yeah, this being their big event and all, there at the auto show, 560 00:31:27,995 --> 00:31:29,235 we don't feel too bad about it. 561 00:31:29,496 --> 00:31:30,543 Nope. 562 00:31:31,206 --> 00:31:33,208 Come here. (CLEARS THROAT AND SNIFFS) 563 00:31:34,042 --> 00:31:35,464 What you think? Yeah. 564 00:31:35,544 --> 00:31:36,545 Okay. 565 00:31:37,212 --> 00:31:38,338 (FISH SNIFFS) 566 00:31:39,548 --> 00:31:40,891 Sounds good enough for us. 567 00:31:41,174 --> 00:31:43,723 'Cause of the whole morality thing. 568 00:31:58,066 --> 00:31:59,363 (SIGHS) 569 00:32:00,736 --> 00:32:05,242 I need you two to go visit the bear in the woods. 570 00:32:05,741 --> 00:32:08,620 Tell him you're there to collect the bag 571 00:32:08,744 --> 00:32:10,746 he's been keeping for me. 572 00:32:35,270 --> 00:32:36,772 Cauliflower. 573 00:32:41,276 --> 00:32:42,994 (GLASS SHATTERING) 574 00:32:52,954 --> 00:32:54,627 JUDGE: Vehicular mischief. 575 00:32:54,915 --> 00:32:58,419 Reckless endangerment, destruction of private property. 576 00:32:58,919 --> 00:33:00,387 I'd take your license away, Clyde, 577 00:33:00,462 --> 00:33:02,931 but it was suspended two years ago. 578 00:33:03,298 --> 00:33:06,069 And despite your claim that this was an accident, that your foot slipped, 579 00:33:06,093 --> 00:33:08,266 these are serious charges. 580 00:33:10,931 --> 00:33:12,933 Your previous run-ins with the law were back 581 00:33:13,016 --> 00:33:14,768 when you were classified as a juvenile 582 00:33:14,976 --> 00:33:17,820 and, of course, in determining your sentencing... 583 00:33:19,648 --> 00:33:21,400 I'm taking into account your service 584 00:33:21,483 --> 00:33:24,327 and the great sacrifice you've made for our country. 585 00:33:25,821 --> 00:33:28,165 I sentence you to 90 days. (GAVEL STRIKES) 586 00:34:23,378 --> 00:34:26,052 You sure these measurements is right? 587 00:34:26,548 --> 00:34:31,395 Mellie gave 'em to me. And Mellie knows her trucks. 588 00:34:31,761 --> 00:34:33,388 (DRILL WHIRRING) 589 00:34:33,889 --> 00:34:36,289 BOBBIE JO: Sadie's to-do list. Make sure you get it all done. 590 00:34:36,391 --> 00:34:37,438 JIMMY: All right. 591 00:34:37,851 --> 00:34:38,851 Come on. (GRUNTS) 592 00:34:38,894 --> 00:34:40,316 SADIE: Hoo-ah! (GIGGLES) Careful! 593 00:34:46,067 --> 00:34:47,740 "Tanning salon"? SADIE: Uh-huh. 594 00:34:48,153 --> 00:34:50,906 JIMMY: (SCOFFS) Yeah, well, we'll see about that. 595 00:34:51,239 --> 00:34:52,866 Now, it has to be dependable. 596 00:34:52,949 --> 00:34:55,247 I can't have no chance of it breaking down. 597 00:34:55,577 --> 00:34:58,330 EARL: You want a camper coverin' the bed of the truck? Or just empty? 598 00:34:58,413 --> 00:34:59,474 Yeah, a cover's a good idea. 599 00:34:59,498 --> 00:35:01,500 'Cause them campers can get kinda creepy. 600 00:35:01,583 --> 00:35:05,087 I think them cops more likely to give them camper trucks a second look. 601 00:35:06,421 --> 00:35:08,065 All right, Sadie-bug, get them goggles down. 602 00:35:08,089 --> 00:35:11,093 I don't want to get none of this in your peepers. You sure about this? 603 00:35:11,426 --> 00:35:12,928 SADIE: I'm ready. 604 00:35:13,428 --> 00:35:15,772 All right. Close your eyes. 605 00:35:15,931 --> 00:35:17,604 (INHALES DEEPLY) 606 00:35:26,608 --> 00:35:28,576 You littered all over my car, with your shoes. 607 00:35:28,652 --> 00:35:30,199 SADIE: Well, I'm sorry. 608 00:35:32,656 --> 00:35:34,454 Ah! Wait, get your hand off. Ah. 609 00:35:37,786 --> 00:35:40,380 Hi. Hi! Aw... 610 00:35:40,455 --> 00:35:42,457 You excited? Yes. 611 00:35:42,666 --> 00:35:44,464 (GASPS) Extensions! 612 00:35:44,751 --> 00:35:46,799 I got real long this time. Yeah! 613 00:35:47,128 --> 00:35:49,130 I thought you were goin' as Rihanna. 614 00:35:49,214 --> 00:35:50,932 (SCOFFS) Daddy, it's not Halloween. 615 00:35:51,007 --> 00:35:52,634 I'm not goin' as Rihanna. 616 00:35:52,968 --> 00:35:55,471 I'm singing a song of hers for my talent. 617 00:35:55,762 --> 00:35:59,608 I still got two other categories to compete in, Denim Wear and Glitz. 618 00:35:59,808 --> 00:36:02,152 For Glitz, I need this hair. 619 00:36:02,269 --> 00:36:03,612 (CHUCKLING) All right. 620 00:36:05,981 --> 00:36:07,153 Mmm. 621 00:36:13,488 --> 00:36:14,990 That looks like it hurt. 622 00:36:15,115 --> 00:36:16,116 What? 623 00:36:17,993 --> 00:36:19,165 It did. 624 00:36:20,829 --> 00:36:22,831 It's healing up now pretty good, though. 625 00:36:24,165 --> 00:36:26,839 Looks like you coulda used a couple of stitches. 626 00:36:27,168 --> 00:36:28,465 Mmm-hmm. 627 00:36:28,503 --> 00:36:30,505 A little late for that, I guess. Mmm. 628 00:36:32,465 --> 00:36:35,139 Well, when was the last time you had a tetanus shot? 629 00:36:39,514 --> 00:36:40,857 Um... Never? 630 00:36:41,474 --> 00:36:42,851 (CHUCKLES) 631 00:36:43,810 --> 00:36:45,483 That the wrong answer? 632 00:36:45,687 --> 00:36:49,362 There are no wrong answers when you're talkin' to a healthcare professional. 633 00:36:49,858 --> 00:36:51,201 Would you like one? 634 00:36:51,318 --> 00:36:54,037 What is all this, like a charity or something? 635 00:36:54,195 --> 00:36:55,822 Jimmy Logan, you know as well as I do 636 00:36:55,905 --> 00:36:57,873 folks around here don't like the word charity. 637 00:36:58,158 --> 00:37:00,536 We West Virginians are a proud folk. 638 00:37:01,870 --> 00:37:04,874 We have a couple of grants, but 639 00:37:05,206 --> 00:37:07,459 mostly get by on private donations. 640 00:37:07,542 --> 00:37:09,215 People happy we do our work. 641 00:37:09,544 --> 00:37:11,967 Driving from town to town, trying to help 642 00:37:12,047 --> 00:37:14,220 locals who can't make it to the doctor. 643 00:37:15,258 --> 00:37:17,511 (GRUNTS) What happened to three-two-one? 644 00:37:20,221 --> 00:37:22,895 So you know me? We met before? 645 00:37:23,391 --> 00:37:26,736 I went to Valley View. A couple years behind you. 646 00:37:27,520 --> 00:37:28,612 Hmm. 647 00:37:30,857 --> 00:37:32,154 SYLVIA: Back then you were all 648 00:37:32,233 --> 00:37:35,908 Jimmy Logan, quarterback, Homecoming King. 649 00:37:36,529 --> 00:37:39,328 Only had eyes for Bobbie Jo Campbell, if I recall. 650 00:37:39,407 --> 00:37:40,909 (GRUNTS SOFTLY) Hold that there. 651 00:37:41,576 --> 00:37:42,919 (EXHALES) 652 00:37:46,581 --> 00:37:48,254 I think you'll like this one. 653 00:37:49,417 --> 00:37:51,419 There we go. I got that. 654 00:37:54,756 --> 00:37:56,383 So, Sylvia? 655 00:37:57,425 --> 00:37:59,598 Ain't no one ever called you Sylvie? 656 00:38:00,762 --> 00:38:03,265 No one has ever called me Sylvie. 657 00:38:05,266 --> 00:38:06,609 That's weird. 658 00:38:06,893 --> 00:38:08,236 MY name? 659 00:38:10,271 --> 00:38:12,365 Well, you know, it's just... 660 00:38:12,440 --> 00:38:14,442 It's kind of like an old lady name. 661 00:38:16,277 --> 00:38:17,403 To me. 662 00:38:18,780 --> 00:38:21,954 It just don't seem like it should be on a person like you. 663 00:38:22,283 --> 00:38:24,502 That looks like you. That's, you know... 664 00:38:24,577 --> 00:38:26,796 My grand momma, her name was Sylvia. 665 00:38:27,122 --> 00:38:32,128 So that's just what I think of when I think of that name. 666 00:38:34,838 --> 00:38:36,135 (CHUCKLES) 667 00:38:39,426 --> 00:38:41,554 Oh! I thought you was getting coffee. 668 00:38:41,636 --> 00:38:43,684 Didn't know we was seeing patients yet. 669 00:38:43,763 --> 00:38:46,186 Uh, I got a coffee and a patient. 670 00:38:46,266 --> 00:38:47,768 But we better hit the road. 671 00:38:48,143 --> 00:38:49,770 (ENGINE STRAINING) 672 00:38:51,187 --> 00:38:52,279 (ENGINE STARTS) 673 00:38:52,522 --> 00:38:54,650 Sounds like that alternator needs a tetanus shot. 674 00:38:54,983 --> 00:38:56,951 (CHUCKLES) Alternators cost money. 675 00:38:57,026 --> 00:38:58,653 Tetanus shots are free. 676 00:38:59,279 --> 00:39:02,123 There's a garage over off Bluefield Canyon Road. 677 00:39:02,323 --> 00:39:05,998 Ask for Earl. Might not be free, but he'll treat you fine. 678 00:39:06,327 --> 00:39:07,670 Thanks. All right. 679 00:39:13,668 --> 00:39:15,796 Hey, hey, hey, hold on a second. Hold on. Hold on. 680 00:39:16,629 --> 00:39:17,630 Did we kiss? 681 00:39:19,299 --> 00:39:21,059 I mean, in high school, we kissed, didn't we? 682 00:39:22,844 --> 00:39:26,519 That has got to be the worst thing anyone has ever said to me. 683 00:39:26,848 --> 00:39:29,852 Hold on, hold on, wait, wait! I'm saying I remember is all! 684 00:39:33,021 --> 00:39:34,364 I do. 685 00:39:35,482 --> 00:39:36,529 I do remember. 686 00:39:41,696 --> 00:39:45,041 MELLIE: I see there's still a lot of your rules up there. 687 00:39:47,368 --> 00:39:48,540 So? 688 00:39:49,537 --> 00:39:52,381 Just, have you thought about 689 00:39:52,707 --> 00:39:56,052 "having a backup plan", 690 00:39:57,378 --> 00:40:00,473 or what we're gonna do the first time "shit happens"? 691 00:40:00,548 --> 00:40:02,391 Let alone the second time. 692 00:40:06,054 --> 00:40:08,978 Why don't you just worry about your cockroaches? 693 00:40:09,057 --> 00:40:10,730 And I'll worry about the rules. 694 00:40:12,227 --> 00:40:13,570 Okay. 695 00:41:11,786 --> 00:41:13,629 CAL: Jimmy? Hey, what you say, Cal? 696 00:41:13,913 --> 00:41:14,960 CAL: Hey, how you been? 697 00:41:15,248 --> 00:41:16,976 JIMMY: What's going on, man? Oh, you know, staying busy. 698 00:41:17,000 --> 00:41:19,719 Oh, good, good, good. Hey, did you find work? Yeah, a few things. 699 00:41:19,794 --> 00:41:21,480 CAL: Oh, great. These parts or back in Boone County? 700 00:41:21,504 --> 00:41:23,051 No, back home. Oh, good. Good, good. 701 00:41:23,131 --> 00:41:24,633 Well, I'm glad to hear that. 702 00:41:24,716 --> 00:41:26,610 You know, I felt bad and all about having to let you go. 703 00:41:26,634 --> 00:41:28,070 Oh, come on, man. Don't even worry about it. 704 00:41:28,094 --> 00:41:29,572 I know it was them, not you. CAL: Well... 705 00:41:29,596 --> 00:41:30,656 Even if things had been different, 706 00:41:30,680 --> 00:41:33,604 I probably would a had to let you go anyways, since we're wrapping it up. 707 00:41:35,977 --> 00:41:38,526 What? You're all wrapping up the site? You all done? 708 00:41:38,605 --> 00:41:39,948 CAL: Yeah, just about. Yeah. 709 00:41:40,023 --> 00:41:42,492 (CHUCKLES) Managed to be ahead of schedule for once. 710 00:41:43,318 --> 00:41:44,319 Oh. 711 00:41:44,819 --> 00:41:46,321 You patched up all them sinkholes? 712 00:41:46,613 --> 00:41:49,173 Yeah, almost, yeah. We're gonna pull the gear first of the month. 713 00:41:49,657 --> 00:41:51,659 JIMMY: You know that thing we been talkin' about? 714 00:41:52,160 --> 00:41:53,662 We got to move it up a week. 715 00:41:53,953 --> 00:41:54,954 CLYDE: What happened? 716 00:41:55,163 --> 00:41:57,006 JIMMY: Opportunity is gonna be closing up. 717 00:41:57,290 --> 00:42:00,464 So everything stays the same, we just gotta move everything up by one week. 718 00:42:04,464 --> 00:42:06,512 Wait, one week earlier? But that's... 719 00:42:06,799 --> 00:42:07,800 JIMMY: I know. 720 00:42:08,843 --> 00:42:11,187 MELLIE: I guess this is "shit happens." 721 00:42:11,512 --> 00:42:12,684 JIMMY: Yep. 722 00:42:12,847 --> 00:42:14,019 MELLIE: So should we cancel? 723 00:42:14,682 --> 00:42:16,025 No difference. 724 00:42:16,309 --> 00:42:20,985 The Coca-Cola 600 is the biggest race of the year. That's a big difference. 725 00:42:21,189 --> 00:42:23,362 That don't change the job at all. 726 00:42:23,650 --> 00:42:25,368 (CAR ENGINE ROARING) 727 00:42:26,819 --> 00:42:28,696 So should I call The Baker? 728 00:42:30,365 --> 00:42:31,833 Call The Baker. 729 00:42:32,325 --> 00:42:33,702 (WHIRRING) 730 00:42:35,703 --> 00:42:37,330 (PHONE RINGING) 731 00:42:38,706 --> 00:42:40,208 This is Gleema. 732 00:42:44,545 --> 00:42:45,797 MAN: Gleema Purdue? 733 00:42:45,880 --> 00:42:46,972 Yes. 734 00:42:47,048 --> 00:42:48,550 Need you to sign right here, please. 735 00:42:53,096 --> 00:42:54,143 Right there, please. 736 00:42:59,686 --> 00:43:00,903 Who's it from? 737 00:43:01,062 --> 00:43:05,067 No idea, ma'am. No card, no name on the paperwork. We just deliver 'em. 738 00:43:05,358 --> 00:43:08,737 He just said, "I guess someone thinks it's your birthday." 739 00:43:09,779 --> 00:43:12,032 I mean, I have no idea. (LAUGHS) 740 00:43:12,115 --> 00:43:14,117 I've never seen a more beautiful cake. 741 00:43:14,409 --> 00:43:16,707 Well, maybe somebody's got a crush. 742 00:43:16,786 --> 00:43:18,038 (CHUCKLING) Oh, well... 743 00:43:18,121 --> 00:43:20,419 I have no idea who it could be. 744 00:43:20,790 --> 00:43:23,339 After that last experience on Plenty O Fish, 745 00:43:23,418 --> 00:43:25,796 I have stayed away from the online dating. 746 00:43:26,295 --> 00:43:29,640 Gleema. You better come out front again. 747 00:43:30,133 --> 00:43:31,806 What? More for me? 748 00:43:32,093 --> 00:43:33,094 Not exactly. 749 00:43:33,469 --> 00:43:35,221 Someone hit and ran you, ma'am. 750 00:43:35,304 --> 00:43:37,102 We'll check the cameras. 751 00:43:37,807 --> 00:43:40,481 In the meantime, we're going to need to fill out some paperwork. 752 00:43:40,601 --> 00:43:41,818 GLEEMA: Oh! 753 00:43:42,979 --> 00:43:44,652 My car. 754 00:43:45,606 --> 00:43:46,778 Oh. 755 00:43:47,483 --> 00:43:48,609 Tsk. 756 00:43:51,446 --> 00:43:53,448 Oh, man! 757 00:44:00,830 --> 00:44:02,207 Ma'am, I'm sorry about your car, 758 00:44:02,290 --> 00:44:04,170 but I really need you to start filling this out. 759 00:44:09,839 --> 00:44:10,840 Is it 5:30? 760 00:44:11,132 --> 00:44:13,931 Ain't no arguin' with that automatic door. Are you okay? 761 00:44:14,010 --> 00:44:16,684 (SIGHS) I didn't get to finish my cake. 762 00:44:34,489 --> 00:44:35,536 SAM: Howdy Goody. 763 00:45:28,751 --> 00:45:29,923 Hey, y'all. 764 00:45:30,419 --> 00:45:33,764 I'm just gonna squeeze myself in there. 765 00:45:35,591 --> 00:45:37,264 So, Naaman, 766 00:45:39,428 --> 00:45:42,432 I got a little proposition for you. 767 00:46:02,243 --> 00:46:03,290 (SCREAMS) 768 00:46:17,925 --> 00:46:19,472 one... One... One... One. 769 00:46:19,802 --> 00:46:21,395 Three... Three. 770 00:46:21,470 --> 00:46:22,642 Eight. Eight. 771 00:46:23,806 --> 00:46:24,807 (SIGHS) 772 00:46:25,808 --> 00:46:27,310 (PHONE RINGING) 773 00:46:28,269 --> 00:46:30,397 (SOFTLY) Shit, man, what's up? 774 00:46:34,984 --> 00:46:36,327 Hey, Jimmy. 775 00:46:36,611 --> 00:46:39,660 JIMMY: No names. You calling from a secure location? 776 00:46:39,947 --> 00:46:40,994 A what? 777 00:46:41,282 --> 00:46:43,501 JIMMY: A secure location. 778 00:46:43,993 --> 00:46:45,336 I'm... I'm at the Lowe's. 779 00:46:45,661 --> 00:46:47,661 JIMMY: You calling from a landline or a cell phone? 780 00:46:47,830 --> 00:46:52,006 I'm calling on a phone. Like a real phone. 781 00:46:52,501 --> 00:46:53,502 JIMMY: Go ahead. 782 00:46:53,794 --> 00:46:55,796 We have a code pink. I repeat, 783 00:46:56,005 --> 00:46:57,848 we have a code pink. 784 00:47:02,637 --> 00:47:04,685 Mel, we got a code pink. 785 00:47:04,805 --> 00:47:05,931 (SQUEALS) 786 00:47:07,308 --> 00:47:08,935 (BOTH LAUGHING) 787 00:47:19,987 --> 00:47:21,534 (KEYS JANGLING) 788 00:49:04,091 --> 00:49:05,718 MAN: (ON TV) The shock-and-awe campaign 789 00:49:05,801 --> 00:49:08,771 of bacon and sardines has worked. 790 00:49:09,430 --> 00:49:10,431 (BANGING ON DOOR) 791 00:49:10,514 --> 00:49:11,606 (EXCLAIMS) 792 00:49:13,309 --> 00:49:15,482 JIMMY: Fish! Sam! 793 00:49:17,271 --> 00:49:18,272 Hold on! 794 00:49:18,481 --> 00:49:20,324 JIMMY: Get up, goddamn it! Hold on! 795 00:49:20,649 --> 00:49:21,992 Goddamn it. 796 00:49:22,151 --> 00:49:24,031 Hey, hey. You didn't have to scare us like that. 797 00:49:24,111 --> 00:49:25,191 We thought you was the law. 798 00:49:25,321 --> 00:49:27,323 Oh, when did you have a chance to think that? 799 00:49:27,615 --> 00:49:29,217 Seeing as you were dead asleep a second ago! 800 00:49:29,241 --> 00:49:30,761 You were supposed to meet me down at the corner! 801 00:49:30,785 --> 00:49:31,845 Now we're running way behind! 802 00:49:31,869 --> 00:49:33,212 We got it. 803 00:49:33,454 --> 00:49:35,127 You got it? You still seem half-asleep. 804 00:49:35,331 --> 00:49:36,674 We're on it, okay? 805 00:49:36,749 --> 00:49:39,343 We know where to be and when. "Watch the race." 806 00:49:39,627 --> 00:49:42,130 That's right! The clock on the race. Remember! 807 00:49:42,338 --> 00:49:43,681 Yeah, we know. 808 00:49:50,096 --> 00:49:51,490 Ah! Don't be late. MOODY: Yes, sweetie. 809 00:49:51,514 --> 00:49:53,312 Hey, I'd like to point out that today 810 00:49:53,391 --> 00:49:55,519 I am driving the V-8 stick. 811 00:49:55,851 --> 00:49:57,068 It's a nice car. 812 00:49:57,144 --> 00:50:00,023 Hopefully you'll have beginner's luck getting it into first. 813 00:50:00,314 --> 00:50:01,566 (SCOFFS) Even in first gear, 814 00:50:01,649 --> 00:50:03,993 this thing will blow away that "No Go" of yours. 815 00:50:04,193 --> 00:50:06,195 MELLIE: Not with you behind the wheel. 816 00:50:06,320 --> 00:50:07,321 MOODY: Oh, ha-ha! 817 00:50:09,281 --> 00:50:10,624 (MAN COUGHING) 818 00:50:19,500 --> 00:50:21,047 How you been, Jesse'? 819 00:50:21,335 --> 00:50:23,008 JESCO: Ah, hanging in there. 820 00:50:23,212 --> 00:50:25,214 Yeah, hang in there, then. 821 00:50:25,714 --> 00:50:28,342 He still writing to Correctional Affairs about the food? 822 00:50:28,551 --> 00:50:30,724 No, sir, we took care of that. 823 00:50:31,053 --> 00:50:33,397 Good. 'Cause we don't have a food problem 824 00:50:33,514 --> 00:50:35,232 here at Monroe, do we? 825 00:50:35,349 --> 00:50:36,949 (JOE CHOKING) INMATE: You okay, Joe Bang? 826 00:50:37,184 --> 00:50:40,905 You're choking. Someone know the Heindrick? 827 00:50:41,188 --> 00:50:43,532 Sounds like a wet cough, like phlegm. 828 00:50:43,732 --> 00:50:45,405 I don't feel too good. 829 00:50:45,651 --> 00:50:47,324 (RETCHING) 830 00:50:47,403 --> 00:50:50,247 Hey! Shit! Get this damn convict away from me! 831 00:50:50,364 --> 00:50:52,412 GUARD: Let's go. Come on. Get him to the infirmary! 832 00:50:52,658 --> 00:50:53,659 (CONTINUES RETCHING) 833 00:50:53,742 --> 00:50:56,916 WARDEN BURNS: Aw, Christ! Guard, get some towels. 834 00:50:57,037 --> 00:50:58,038 (INAUDIBLE) 835 00:51:02,209 --> 00:51:05,213 SADIE: Where are you going? I thought you'd be with me the whole time. 836 00:51:05,546 --> 00:51:08,220 I just need to go to the salon and tend to a few clients. 837 00:51:08,424 --> 00:51:12,429 I'll be back just in time to comb you out and spray you extra good. 838 00:51:12,720 --> 00:51:14,563 Promise? I promise. 839 00:51:17,725 --> 00:51:20,899 NURSE: This will help rehydrate you, ease the nausea. 840 00:51:21,103 --> 00:51:23,447 A lot of you guys coming in here like that. 841 00:51:23,689 --> 00:51:25,236 It's that business with the water. 842 00:51:25,316 --> 00:51:27,614 Say you can't drink it but it's okay to shower in it. 843 00:51:27,943 --> 00:51:29,911 I don't know about all that. Hmm. 844 00:51:30,070 --> 00:51:32,448 More barf than we saw after that one Thanksgiving 845 00:51:32,573 --> 00:51:34,075 when everything had gone bad. 846 00:51:34,283 --> 00:51:36,786 It'll put a girl off of turkey forever. 847 00:52:14,323 --> 00:52:15,495 JOE: Nurse? 848 00:52:16,325 --> 00:52:17,668 Miss? Miss? 849 00:52:18,285 --> 00:52:19,628 Miss? Urn... 850 00:52:19,703 --> 00:52:20,704 Yeah? 851 00:52:20,788 --> 00:52:23,337 (CHUCKLES) All these fluids? 852 00:52:23,624 --> 00:52:28,346 I'm sorry, nurse, but is it possible for me to use the commode? 853 00:52:28,629 --> 00:52:30,757 Mmm, I think it's best if you stay put. 854 00:52:30,839 --> 00:52:32,484 Don't want you getting light-headed and all. 855 00:52:32,508 --> 00:52:36,354 Oh, please, ma'am, don't make me use that thing. 856 00:52:36,679 --> 00:52:39,774 A second ago I was a miss, and now I'm a ma'am. Hmm. 857 00:52:39,848 --> 00:52:43,523 Please'? Miss Nurse? I'll walk slow. 858 00:52:43,852 --> 00:52:46,605 Nurse? I can take him. 859 00:52:46,689 --> 00:52:48,862 I'm finished mopping the floors in here. 860 00:52:50,526 --> 00:52:52,699 Okay. But take it slow. 861 00:52:52,778 --> 00:52:54,997 He falls and hits his head, that's on you. 862 00:52:55,197 --> 00:52:56,540 Yes, ma'am. 863 00:52:59,868 --> 00:53:02,542 Yeah, I'm gonna need a hand in here. 864 00:54:40,386 --> 00:54:40,432 (MAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY ON TV) 865 00:54:40,433 --> 00:54:41,974 (MAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY ON TV) 866 00:54:59,780 --> 00:55:00,781 What the fuck? 867 00:55:00,948 --> 00:55:03,667 What, you never wondered what it's like to feel white? 868 00:55:04,284 --> 00:55:05,957 (INMATES CLAMORING) 869 00:55:11,083 --> 00:55:12,585 (ALARM RINGING) 870 00:55:19,341 --> 00:55:21,184 Move aside! Out of my way! 871 00:55:26,348 --> 00:55:30,194 This is Warden Burns. I am declaring a code red. 872 00:55:31,353 --> 00:55:33,026 This is not a test. 873 00:55:33,814 --> 00:55:34,861 All guards 874 00:55:35,149 --> 00:55:38,870 and staff are to go into an immediate code fourteen lockdown. 875 00:55:39,153 --> 00:55:41,326 I repeat, this is not a drill. 876 00:55:45,826 --> 00:55:47,328 What are you doing? 877 00:55:47,703 --> 00:55:48,875 Calling it in. 878 00:55:49,163 --> 00:55:51,006 This could turn into a riot. 879 00:55:52,040 --> 00:55:53,383 Put that down. 880 00:55:54,376 --> 00:55:55,719 Hang it UP- 881 00:55:57,337 --> 00:55:59,010 We don't have riots at Monroe. 882 00:56:03,218 --> 00:56:06,518 SAM: "Pour one into two." FISH: Okay. 883 00:56:06,889 --> 00:56:09,517 "Pour two into three." Yep. 884 00:56:10,893 --> 00:56:12,895 "Pour three into four." 885 00:56:13,896 --> 00:56:14,897 Okay. 886 00:56:17,399 --> 00:56:18,742 "And run." 887 00:56:19,401 --> 00:56:20,573 What? 888 00:56:21,361 --> 00:56:22,578 Run! 889 00:56:34,082 --> 00:56:35,425 What the hell? 890 00:56:35,751 --> 00:56:37,094 Are you down, too? Yeah. 891 00:56:37,377 --> 00:56:39,004 They're all down. Here on the mezzanine, 892 00:56:39,087 --> 00:56:40,760 we got no plastic working at all. 893 00:57:18,460 --> 00:57:19,461 (ENGINE REVVING) 894 00:57:19,586 --> 00:57:20,758 (TIRES SCREECHING) 895 00:57:28,971 --> 00:57:30,814 CLYDE: Mellie, what did you do? 896 00:57:31,223 --> 00:57:33,442 Well, hello. 897 00:57:34,309 --> 00:57:36,482 I guess someone grew up. 898 00:57:37,646 --> 00:57:39,819 What's your name again, little Logan? 899 00:57:40,148 --> 00:57:41,320 Mellie. Mellie! 900 00:57:42,150 --> 00:57:43,823 Mellie, Mellie, Mellie. 901 00:57:45,320 --> 00:57:47,994 That rhymes with "smelly." 902 00:57:48,323 --> 00:57:49,666 Nice. 903 00:57:49,992 --> 00:57:50,993 Shut up. 904 00:57:51,285 --> 00:57:53,012 MELLIE: There's clothes for you both in the bag 905 00:57:53,036 --> 00:57:55,789 and, Clyde, I put something special in there for you. 906 00:57:57,332 --> 00:57:58,675 Thanks, Mel. 907 00:58:00,335 --> 00:58:02,178 You're going pretty fast. 908 00:58:02,504 --> 00:58:04,482 MELLIE: Well, we got a lot of road to cover so, yeah, 909 00:58:04,506 --> 00:58:05,849 there will be speeding. 910 00:58:06,174 --> 00:58:08,723 CLYDE: Gunning for 100 in a neon blue car 911 00:58:08,802 --> 00:58:11,021 that probably ain't even on the market yet. 912 00:58:11,305 --> 00:58:15,310 Don't you think you're asking for to be pulled over? 913 00:58:15,517 --> 00:58:17,190 Sunday on a holiday weekend. 914 00:58:17,311 --> 00:58:18,904 Police department hit by budget cuts. 915 00:58:18,979 --> 00:58:22,324 There's only one musker patrolling the whole highway for the next 40 miles. 916 00:58:22,858 --> 00:58:24,531 CLYDE: But that's still one musker. 917 00:58:24,818 --> 00:58:26,365 It's been handled. 918 00:58:26,695 --> 00:58:27,867 JOE: Mellie, 919 00:58:28,363 --> 00:58:33,369 I'm about to get naked back here. So no peeking. 920 00:58:34,161 --> 00:58:35,287 (SCOFFS) 921 00:58:36,038 --> 00:58:38,040 JOE: I said no peeking! 922 00:58:38,707 --> 00:58:40,880 Would you give me my arm, please? 923 00:58:42,544 --> 00:58:44,046 Is it this one? 924 00:58:44,171 --> 00:58:45,343 (LAUGHING) 925 00:58:45,881 --> 00:58:49,055 JIMMY: Yes, sir. Yes, sir, I'm 100% sure 926 00:58:49,384 --> 00:58:54,231 I saw what I saw. It's a purple '77 Eldorado. Yes, sir. 927 00:58:57,559 --> 00:58:59,561 License and registration, ma'am. 928 00:58:59,853 --> 00:59:01,651 Excuse me, but I'm on my way to church. 929 00:59:01,730 --> 00:59:03,152 I don't have time for this. (SIGHS) 930 00:59:03,231 --> 00:59:04,459 Step out of the vehicle, ma'am. 931 00:59:04,483 --> 00:59:05,763 I am not going to ask you again. 932 00:59:05,901 --> 00:59:08,370 This is ridiculous! What did I do? 933 00:59:08,570 --> 00:59:09,867 I need you to comply, ma'am. 934 00:59:09,988 --> 00:59:11,588 I need your license, your registration... 935 00:59:11,907 --> 00:59:12,908 You seen that? 936 00:59:13,200 --> 00:59:14,873 Seen what? I need you to focus here. 937 00:59:14,993 --> 00:59:16,210 This woman needs containing. 938 00:59:17,037 --> 00:59:19,397 MIKE JOY: It's a beautiful day for racing in the Queen City. 939 00:59:20,165 --> 00:59:22,588 Welcome to the Coca-Cola 600. 940 00:59:22,876 --> 00:59:24,970 This is NASCAR's greatest distance 941 00:59:25,045 --> 00:59:27,389 and stock car racing's longest night. 942 00:59:27,714 --> 00:59:30,934 It'll take 400 laps to complete 600 miles. 943 00:59:31,176 --> 00:59:32,236 DARRELL WALTRIP: And Mike, you know, 944 00:59:32,260 --> 00:59:33,863 one of the stories we're all gonna be watching is 945 00:59:33,887 --> 00:59:36,648 this guy Dayton White, as he returns to racing after a two-year break. 946 00:59:36,682 --> 00:59:39,731 And Jeff, you certainly know what it's like to get back behind the wheel! 947 00:59:39,935 --> 00:59:41,027 After some time off. 948 00:59:41,103 --> 00:59:42,946 Can we really expect this guy to run up front? 949 00:59:43,230 --> 00:59:44,823 Well, that truly is the question, D.W. 950 00:59:44,898 --> 00:59:46,741 And, yeah, it is extremely tough. 951 00:59:46,942 --> 00:59:49,741 So much has changed since the last time he was in the car. 952 00:59:49,861 --> 00:59:50,862 The cars have changed. 953 00:59:50,946 --> 00:59:53,074 The setups have changed, the competition's changed. 954 00:59:53,281 --> 00:59:54,884 And you know, you just can't underestimate 955 00:59:54,908 --> 00:59:56,831 the mental focus and endurance needed 956 00:59:56,910 --> 00:59:59,413 to get back behind the wheel after this long of a break. 957 00:59:59,746 --> 01:00:02,044 Well, focus, endurance and discipline 958 01:00:02,124 --> 01:00:04,752 could well describe Dayton's off-track routine. 959 01:00:04,960 --> 01:00:06,382 We caught up with him as he prepared 960 01:00:06,461 --> 01:00:09,431 for this highly anticipated return to racing. 961 01:00:10,757 --> 01:00:13,431 DAYTON: There's a team of people looking after my car. 962 01:00:13,635 --> 01:00:16,263 Making sure everything is operating at full capacity. 963 01:00:16,930 --> 01:00:19,604 So it makes sense that I do that for my physical self. 964 01:00:19,808 --> 01:00:22,778 Because I'm not just a driver, I'm an athlete. 965 01:00:24,104 --> 01:00:27,734 Once I began sourcing really clean software, 966 01:00:27,816 --> 01:00:31,946 I noticed a total difference in my clarity and performance. 967 01:00:32,487 --> 01:00:34,330 Software's what I call my food. 968 01:00:34,990 --> 01:00:36,708 Because, when you think about it, 969 01:00:36,783 --> 01:00:39,662 your body is your operating system. 970 01:00:40,037 --> 01:00:42,961 So when your OS may feel like it's working fine, 971 01:00:43,040 --> 01:00:45,919 a problem with software can make your computer not perform properly. 972 01:00:46,001 --> 01:00:48,254 Even crash. (INHALING AND EXHALING) 973 01:00:48,336 --> 01:00:51,681 So eating only clean software, making sure my OS 974 01:00:51,965 --> 01:00:55,515 is working at an optimum level and all this will help me win. 975 01:00:56,678 --> 01:00:58,305 (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) 976 01:01:04,686 --> 01:01:07,530 Speed up the drops. We'll figure the numbers out later. 977 01:01:27,000 --> 01:01:29,674 No energy drink on the market comes in a magnum, right? 978 01:01:29,961 --> 01:01:32,840 But I had 10 cases of these babies made just for today. 979 01:01:33,048 --> 01:01:35,847 I'll have a little now, before the race, some during the race, 980 01:01:35,926 --> 01:01:38,099 and come lap 600 and that checkered flag, 981 01:01:38,386 --> 01:01:41,890 I think we're all gonna be finishing these puppies off in victory. Huh? 982 01:01:42,390 --> 01:01:44,734 You got us all in the shot? Me and the car? 983 01:01:45,060 --> 01:01:47,205 So I've got this racing suit and I've got my helmet right here, 984 01:01:47,229 --> 01:01:49,277 just want to make sure you can see that. Huh? 985 01:01:51,399 --> 01:01:53,743 I've been carefully monitoring my glucose levels. 986 01:01:54,027 --> 01:01:57,372 So I'm really in a sweet spot right now for sustained energy. 987 01:01:57,989 --> 01:02:01,914 You're the To The Max driver. You got to drink. (CHUCKLES) 988 01:02:03,078 --> 01:02:05,456 Maybe you should think about those four years of back taxes 989 01:02:05,539 --> 01:02:07,416 that this drink is paying for, huh? 990 01:02:10,210 --> 01:02:11,257 MAN: Yeah, go on! 991 01:02:11,336 --> 01:02:12,428 Go on! MAN 2: Come on. 992 01:02:12,546 --> 01:02:14,344 (CHUCKLES) Let's... Drink M. 993 01:02:14,422 --> 01:02:15,765 MAN 3: Come on. MAN 4: Come on! 994 01:02:16,424 --> 01:02:18,097 Drink, drink, drink! 995 01:02:18,218 --> 01:02:19,818 (ALL SHOUTING) MAN 5: Ready, boy? Beware! 996 01:02:19,845 --> 01:02:21,347 Yeah! (ALL WHOOPING) 997 01:02:27,435 --> 01:02:29,938 Okay. I'm gonna need some cash. 998 01:02:30,272 --> 01:02:31,273 What for? 999 01:02:31,565 --> 01:02:33,738 Supplies. For the job. 1000 01:02:33,942 --> 01:02:35,444 I thought Jimmy and your brothers 1001 01:02:35,569 --> 01:02:37,287 were bringing everything you needed. 1002 01:02:37,571 --> 01:02:40,245 Yeah, no, they did, I just need a little contingency. 1003 01:02:40,574 --> 01:02:43,168 Well, it looks like my brothers was successful. 1004 01:02:43,243 --> 01:02:44,244 You thirsty? 1005 01:02:46,121 --> 01:02:47,623 No. No way. 1006 01:02:47,956 --> 01:02:50,300 Just one. Come on. No. No. 1007 01:02:50,625 --> 01:02:52,627 We got time. Come on. 1008 01:02:52,919 --> 01:02:55,763 Hey, gorgeous. Give me one of those beers, will you? 1009 01:02:55,964 --> 01:02:58,092 You want a second one for just $10 more? 1010 01:02:58,300 --> 01:02:59,802 Well, of course I do. 1011 01:03:00,927 --> 01:03:03,555 And, baby doll, give me two packs 1012 01:03:03,638 --> 01:03:05,311 of those gummy bears. 1013 01:03:05,599 --> 01:03:06,879 WARDEN BURNS: This is the Warden. 1014 01:03:07,142 --> 01:03:08,439 All right? 1015 01:03:08,977 --> 01:03:10,650 Now I got your 1016 01:03:10,979 --> 01:03:14,153 napkin of demands here of what you want for 1017 01:03:14,649 --> 01:03:17,528 peaceful surrender and the safe release 1018 01:03:17,611 --> 01:03:19,659 of my guards you're holding captive. 1019 01:03:20,989 --> 01:03:24,835 As warden, I can, uh, approve buying a copy of 1020 01:03:25,160 --> 01:03:27,128 A Dance With Dragons for the prison library, 1021 01:03:27,245 --> 01:03:29,418 to go up on the Game of Thrones shelf. 1022 01:03:29,497 --> 01:03:33,172 (ALL CHEERING) Now, the only problem is that, uh, 1023 01:03:33,793 --> 01:03:37,047 The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring have yet to be published, 1024 01:03:37,130 --> 01:03:38,803 so those aren't available. 1025 01:03:38,924 --> 01:03:40,141 (ALL SIGHING) 1026 01:03:40,675 --> 01:03:43,679 Well, I can't do anything about what I can't control. 1027 01:03:49,851 --> 01:03:51,853 That is total bullshit! 1028 01:03:52,187 --> 01:03:55,532 George R.R. Martin was supposed to deliver The Winds of Winter 1029 01:03:55,815 --> 01:03:57,817 to his publisher over two years ago. 1030 01:03:58,026 --> 01:04:00,066 WARDEN BURNS: I know that was the original deadline. 1031 01:04:00,320 --> 01:04:01,572 That's what it says here. 1032 01:04:01,655 --> 01:04:03,657 But Pm reading to you from the Wikipedia page. 1033 01:04:03,865 --> 01:04:06,539 It also says that Martin 1034 01:04:06,868 --> 01:04:10,714 had a grueling promotion schedule or something, and it's interfered 1035 01:04:11,039 --> 01:04:15,385 with his writing schedule. He's failed to complete The Winds of Winter. 1036 01:04:17,045 --> 01:04:19,047 That don't make no sense. 1037 01:04:19,381 --> 01:04:22,225 Those two guys who transferred in from Federal last month 1038 01:04:22,509 --> 01:04:25,683 knew about all the new stuff with the hot chick and her dragons. 1039 01:04:25,887 --> 01:04:27,031 WARDEN BURNS: No. I'm telling you, 1040 01:04:27,055 --> 01:04:29,149 I believe those two inmates had that information 1041 01:04:29,224 --> 01:04:30,567 from watching the TV series. 1042 01:04:30,892 --> 01:04:34,396 Again, I'm reading to you. The series has jumped ahead! 1043 01:04:34,688 --> 01:04:37,066 It's no longer following the books! 1044 01:04:37,232 --> 01:04:40,236 LEANN RIMES: (SINGING) O beautiful 1045 01:04:41,236 --> 01:04:43,910 For patriot dream 1046 01:04:44,739 --> 01:04:49,245 That sees beyond the years 1047 01:04:50,912 --> 01:04:53,916 Thine alabaster 1048 01:04:55,041 --> 01:04:57,590 Cities gleam 1049 01:04:58,378 --> 01:05:03,100 Undimmed by human tears 1050 01:05:05,885 --> 01:05:08,764 America 1051 01:05:12,517 --> 01:05:15,236 America 1052 01:05:16,938 --> 01:05:18,440 God shed 1053 01:05:18,773 --> 01:05:21,947 His grace on thee 1054 01:05:24,112 --> 01:05:27,207 And crown thy good 1055 01:05:28,700 --> 01:05:33,126 With brotherhood 1056 01:05:34,956 --> 01:05:39,962 From sea to 1057 01:05:40,295 --> 01:05:43,640 Shining 1058 01:05:44,924 --> 01:05:47,894 Sea 1059 01:05:49,429 --> 01:05:51,056 (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) 1060 01:05:54,434 --> 01:05:55,777 Let's blow this thing. 1061 01:05:56,102 --> 01:05:58,022 MIKE: The pace car is in and we're ready to race. 1062 01:05:58,271 --> 01:05:59,623 DARRELL: Mike, it's an honor to be able to start 1063 01:05:59,647 --> 01:06:01,207 this 600-mile race here on Memorial Day. 1064 01:06:01,399 --> 01:06:03,151 (ENGINES ROARING) 1065 01:06:03,818 --> 01:06:05,320 Boogity, boogity, boogity! 1066 01:06:05,403 --> 01:06:06,655 Let's go racing for those 1067 01:06:06,738 --> 01:06:08,832 who made the ultimate sacrifice, boys. 1068 01:06:11,493 --> 01:06:14,167 JOE: D.W.'s talking about you. 1069 01:06:14,287 --> 01:06:15,630 (CHUCKLING) 1070 01:06:17,999 --> 01:06:20,252 What, Jimmy leave us some sort of door key 1071 01:06:20,335 --> 01:06:21,507 for us to meet up? 1072 01:06:21,795 --> 01:06:25,140 Something like that. Just remember one thing. 1073 01:06:25,673 --> 01:06:28,347 Roll. Don't hesitate, just roll. 1074 01:06:28,676 --> 01:06:30,849 What are you talking about? 1075 01:06:31,513 --> 01:06:33,515 What's down there? 1076 01:06:33,807 --> 01:06:34,854 Remember to roll. 1077 01:06:35,141 --> 01:06:36,814 JOE: What the fuck? 1078 01:06:39,521 --> 01:06:41,194 Oh, come on. 1079 01:06:42,190 --> 01:06:43,863 Roll, roll! 1080 01:06:45,985 --> 01:06:47,202 (JOE GRUNTS) 1081 01:06:47,695 --> 01:06:51,199 Now you didn't tell me about no garbage chute! 1082 01:06:51,533 --> 01:06:52,876 You're right. 1083 01:07:18,518 --> 01:07:20,191 JIMMY: Hey, hey. It's about time. Come on. 1084 01:07:20,395 --> 01:07:21,612 JOE: Yeah, blow me. 1085 01:07:21,688 --> 01:07:23,499 JIMMY: Aw, come on, Joe, we couldn't tell you everything now. 1086 01:07:23,523 --> 01:07:24,524 JOE: Yeah, no, no, no. 1087 01:07:25,233 --> 01:07:27,577 Screw you both! A garbage chute? 1088 01:07:27,861 --> 01:07:29,784 This is what I get for doing business 1089 01:07:29,863 --> 01:07:32,241 with a couple of unlucky Logans. 1090 01:07:34,909 --> 01:07:36,252 Them's my bleach pens? 1091 01:07:36,536 --> 01:07:39,585 Two bleach pens and a plastic bag, as requested. 1092 01:07:49,215 --> 01:07:50,387 (EXHALES) 1093 01:08:15,950 --> 01:08:17,293 Give me the tube. 1094 01:08:17,410 --> 01:08:18,457 Hold on. That's it? 1095 01:08:18,578 --> 01:08:20,546 We're supposed to believe that that's the thing? 1096 01:08:20,622 --> 01:08:21,794 Tube. 1097 01:08:23,750 --> 01:08:25,798 Now, are you ready? 1098 01:08:25,960 --> 01:08:28,554 No. No, hold on. That's it? 1099 01:08:28,630 --> 01:08:30,473 That's a plastic bag, bleach pens, 1100 01:08:30,798 --> 01:08:33,142 fake salt and gummy bears. That's our bomb? 1101 01:08:33,426 --> 01:08:35,770 Don't call it a bomb. 1102 01:08:36,137 --> 01:08:38,981 Now, how many yards away is the vault? 1103 01:08:39,474 --> 01:08:42,318 About 20 yards. I don't know, maybe 30. 1104 01:08:42,644 --> 01:08:44,988 Is it 20 or is it 30? 1105 01:08:45,313 --> 01:08:47,987 We are dealing with science here. 1106 01:08:48,316 --> 01:08:49,818 I guess when I saw that gummy bears 1107 01:08:49,943 --> 01:08:51,661 is our secret ingredient to our Bo... 1108 01:08:51,945 --> 01:08:53,913 Our explosive device, 1109 01:08:53,988 --> 01:08:55,615 that I wasn't thinking about science! 1110 01:08:55,823 --> 01:08:58,167 Now, you said yourself we couldn't bring in 1111 01:08:58,284 --> 01:09:00,161 normal explosives 'cause of the security! 1112 01:09:00,828 --> 01:09:04,173 Now, to make our bang, we need potassium chlorate. 1113 01:09:04,457 --> 01:09:06,630 Bleach pens is pure sodium hypochlorite. 1114 01:09:06,709 --> 01:09:10,930 Combined with the potassium chloride in the salt substitute, 1115 01:09:11,339 --> 01:09:14,513 we have created an equal exchange of ions. 1116 01:09:14,842 --> 01:09:18,346 Sugar, plus potassium chlorate 1117 01:09:18,680 --> 01:09:20,023 yields... 1118 01:09:26,521 --> 01:09:28,694 two gasses and 1119 01:09:30,692 --> 01:09:32,035 a solid. 1120 01:09:32,360 --> 01:09:35,534 Now, you throw in some heat, you get energy. 1121 01:09:35,863 --> 01:09:38,787 Energy means light, explosion, 1122 01:09:38,866 --> 01:09:41,369 or, as I like to call it... 1123 01:09:43,204 --> 01:09:44,706 the Joe Bang. 1124 01:09:47,500 --> 01:09:50,549 What? You thought I was going to use 1125 01:09:50,670 --> 01:09:52,388 a stick of dynamite or something? 1126 01:09:55,717 --> 01:09:58,470 Well, yeah, I kinda did. 1127 01:09:58,553 --> 01:10:00,601 Yeah, me, too. I just figured you'd use 1128 01:10:00,680 --> 01:10:03,229 a lot to blow through the thick steel walls. 1129 01:10:03,516 --> 01:10:06,190 We don't need to blow through the wall. 1130 01:10:06,894 --> 01:10:09,738 Them tubes in the venting system is our in. 1131 01:10:10,064 --> 01:10:12,738 So, gentlemen, as I said... 1132 01:10:13,568 --> 01:10:14,660 (SIGHS) 1133 01:10:14,736 --> 01:10:16,238 are you ready? 1134 01:10:39,344 --> 01:10:40,345 Oh, shit. 1135 01:11:08,748 --> 01:11:10,268 JIMMY: It's coming back! JOE: Get down! 1136 01:11:12,377 --> 01:11:14,129 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1137 01:11:17,131 --> 01:11:19,133 Don't move. I'm not. 1138 01:11:19,467 --> 01:11:20,810 And don't breathe. 1139 01:11:20,885 --> 01:11:22,137 I'm not. 1140 01:11:35,149 --> 01:11:37,322 What are you doing? Wait... 1141 01:11:43,825 --> 01:11:46,169 Oh. Now I see what the problem is. 1142 01:11:46,285 --> 01:11:48,834 I twisted the bag too many times. 1143 01:12:12,854 --> 01:12:12,900 DARRELL: Keselowski on the outside 1144 01:12:12,901 --> 01:12:14,363 DARRELL: Keselowski on the outside 1145 01:12:14,439 --> 01:12:16,362 and see who else is behind him. 1146 01:12:16,691 --> 01:12:18,159 He's not gonna give it up that easy. 1147 01:12:18,276 --> 01:12:19,869 You can see he's pretty loose. 1148 01:12:19,986 --> 01:12:21,488 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1149 01:12:36,878 --> 01:12:38,221 Call it in. 1150 01:12:43,342 --> 01:12:44,468 (PHONE RINGING) 1151 01:12:44,844 --> 01:12:46,016 E Center. 1152 01:12:48,347 --> 01:12:49,644 (TYPING) 1153 01:12:49,724 --> 01:12:51,522 Well, what kind of smoke? 1154 01:12:54,729 --> 01:12:57,903 Everything looks fine here. We've got no alarms going off. 1155 01:12:58,191 --> 01:12:59,568 What's going on? 1156 01:12:59,984 --> 01:13:03,158 Concessions says they have smoke coming out of the PT tube. 1157 01:13:03,237 --> 01:13:05,615 If there's no fire, why do we have smoke? 1158 01:13:05,698 --> 01:13:08,093 Let's get a couple of guys down there and see what the hell's going on. 1159 01:13:08,117 --> 01:13:09,164 Yes, sir. 1160 01:13:43,653 --> 01:13:45,655 I'll go east, you go west. Okay. 1161 01:13:53,412 --> 01:13:57,007 Hey. Hey, it's coming through! I can hear it! 1162 01:14:07,927 --> 01:14:09,179 All right, come on. 1163 01:14:09,637 --> 01:14:10,823 FISH: Come on! JOE: There it is, baby! 1164 01:14:10,847 --> 01:14:12,224 (FISH WHOOPING) 1165 01:14:12,598 --> 01:14:13,815 JOE: Come on! 1166 01:14:13,933 --> 01:14:15,025 FISH: Woo-hoo! 1167 01:14:15,309 --> 01:14:16,606 JOE: Come on, baby! 1168 01:14:17,144 --> 01:14:19,146 JIMMY: Maybe we can leave out of here yet! 1169 01:14:19,856 --> 01:14:22,700 Come on, Jimmy! Kick that up a notch! Come on! 1170 01:14:24,443 --> 01:14:26,241 FISH: Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hey, hey. 1171 01:14:26,988 --> 01:14:28,661 (ALL CLAMORING) 1172 01:14:29,699 --> 01:14:31,167 JOE: Get it in reverse! 1173 01:14:31,242 --> 01:14:33,042 JIMMY: Take it easy! We ain't out of here yet! 1174 01:14:45,339 --> 01:14:46,682 Oh, God. 1175 01:14:47,341 --> 01:14:49,184 What? What happened? 1176 01:14:51,345 --> 01:14:53,018 You sucked my arm off! 1177 01:14:53,097 --> 01:14:54,940 This is your fault, not mine. 1178 01:14:55,016 --> 01:14:56,313 JIMMY: You told me to turn it up! 1179 01:14:56,392 --> 01:14:57,870 You don't even know how to operate a goddamn machine! 1180 01:14:57,894 --> 01:14:59,580 JIMMY: You said put it in reverse! I put it in reverse. 1181 01:14:59,604 --> 01:15:00,730 You sucked his arm off! 1182 01:15:00,813 --> 01:15:02,611 JOE: Your fault. Your fault. 1183 01:15:02,690 --> 01:15:04,126 Hold on. It's in there? It's all the way in there? 1184 01:15:04,150 --> 01:15:05,502 It's not stuck in the tube or nothing? 1185 01:15:05,526 --> 01:15:07,870 CLYDE: No. I got to get in there and get it. 1186 01:15:08,154 --> 01:15:11,124 Jimmy, help me get the hose off. I'm gonna go get it myself. 1187 01:15:11,240 --> 01:15:13,242 JOE: Come on, then Technically, it's not your arm. 1188 01:15:13,701 --> 01:15:16,045 Your arm you lost over in Iraq. 1189 01:15:16,120 --> 01:15:18,794 That thing in there's just a piece of plastic. 1190 01:15:18,873 --> 01:15:21,501 Your arm can't be replaced is what I'm trying to... 1191 01:15:21,584 --> 01:15:24,929 FISH: Your arm can't be replaced, but that piece of plastic 1192 01:15:25,004 --> 01:15:27,098 that you use as an arm, that can be replaced. 1193 01:15:27,173 --> 01:15:29,096 Clyde, Clyde, come on. Clyde! 1194 01:15:30,885 --> 01:15:34,355 Now, there's a lot more money we can get out of there. 1195 01:15:35,681 --> 01:15:37,900 We got to finish this. Come on. 1196 01:15:40,853 --> 01:15:41,900 You're with them? 1197 01:15:42,355 --> 01:15:45,108 FISH: Of course he's with us. The whole thing was his idea. 1198 01:15:45,191 --> 01:15:46,238 SAM: Yeah. 1199 01:15:46,317 --> 01:15:48,211 FISH: Except he probably don't wanna say that out loud 1200 01:15:48,235 --> 01:15:51,785 'cause he knows you getting your arm blowed off in Iraq was all his fault. 1201 01:15:51,864 --> 01:15:54,208 SAM: Everybody knows you never would have gone 1202 01:15:54,283 --> 01:15:57,833 and joined up to fight if your big brother wasn't the football star. 1203 01:15:57,912 --> 01:15:59,084 Well, that's true. SAM: Yeah. 1204 01:15:59,163 --> 01:16:03,213 He was gonna be hot shit. He was gonna play for the NFL. 1205 01:16:03,292 --> 01:16:06,512 And nobody around here ever done anything like that. 1206 01:16:06,587 --> 01:16:09,932 You were gonna be just another white trash coal miner. 1207 01:16:10,007 --> 01:16:12,009 FISH: The Logan Family Curse. 1208 01:16:12,093 --> 01:16:15,188 Shut up! You two are idiots. 1209 01:16:15,262 --> 01:16:18,937 Hey. We're value added to this robbery. 1210 01:16:19,016 --> 01:16:22,145 And if anyone has a right to be pulling an attitude here, it's us. 1211 01:16:22,228 --> 01:16:23,275 Yeah. 1212 01:16:23,354 --> 01:16:24,998 JIMMY: Oh, the Bang brothers don't like the job'? 1213 01:16:25,022 --> 01:16:26,222 Hmm? You got a problem with it? 1214 01:16:26,273 --> 01:16:29,743 Yeah. You changed the date, moved everything around. 1215 01:16:29,819 --> 01:16:32,163 This whole job changed dramastically. 1216 01:16:32,238 --> 01:16:33,831 We had to change the date! 1217 01:16:33,906 --> 01:16:35,123 SAM: You knew the terms 1218 01:16:35,199 --> 01:16:36,385 for our participating. Mmm-hmm. 1219 01:16:36,409 --> 01:16:39,629 We needed a moral reason to pull this job with you. 1220 01:16:39,704 --> 01:16:42,332 Now, we was fine with you wanting to get back at that store 1221 01:16:42,415 --> 01:16:44,383 for messing with your hot sister. 1222 01:16:44,458 --> 01:16:48,554 But you did a whole 360 on everything when you moved up the date! 1223 01:16:48,629 --> 01:16:50,472 And NASCAR ain't done nothing to nobody. 1224 01:16:50,589 --> 01:16:53,138 NASCAR is a beautiful thing. NASCAR's like America. 1225 01:16:53,217 --> 01:16:55,686 It's like you're making us hurt America. 1226 01:16:55,761 --> 01:17:00,358 So moving up that date was a vagrant fliolation of our morality clause. 1227 01:17:00,433 --> 01:17:02,276 I'll show you "vagrant"... (ALL SHOUTING) 1228 01:17:03,310 --> 01:17:05,483 It's all good, it's all good. (CHUCKLES) 1229 01:17:06,230 --> 01:17:07,777 Shut the... (MUTTERING) 1230 01:17:10,317 --> 01:17:12,319 We need to finish this. 1231 01:17:12,403 --> 01:17:14,952 Now, you go talk to your brother, all right? 1232 01:17:18,909 --> 01:17:22,129 Hold on. Hold on, hold on, hold on. Hold on, man. 1233 01:17:22,371 --> 01:17:25,045 Hey, I'm your brother. (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1234 01:17:25,750 --> 01:17:26,797 All right? 1235 01:17:27,168 --> 01:17:28,761 I'm always with you. 1236 01:17:29,170 --> 01:17:30,717 I'll buy you 20 new arms. 1237 01:17:30,796 --> 01:17:33,299 A hundred, as soon as we're done. 1238 01:17:33,382 --> 01:17:35,976 But we got to get you back before anybody notices. 1239 01:17:36,635 --> 01:17:38,683 All right? So let's finish this. 1240 01:17:39,638 --> 01:17:40,638 Okay? 1241 01:17:40,681 --> 01:17:43,901 They'll find it and the guards will be banging on my cell by breakfast. 1242 01:17:43,976 --> 01:17:46,229 No, they ain't. 'Cause I'm gonna get it. 1243 01:17:46,312 --> 01:17:49,486 I'm gonna get it, I promise you. I swear. 1244 01:17:52,318 --> 01:17:53,661 DAYTON: Am I clear? 1245 01:17:53,861 --> 01:17:56,159 CREW CHIEF: Don't let these clowns get in your head. 1246 01:17:57,823 --> 01:17:59,370 We all know you want to finish first, 1247 01:17:59,492 --> 01:18:01,085 but first you got to finish. 1248 01:18:01,160 --> 01:18:03,254 DAYTON: I'm getting a lot of dirty air. 1249 01:18:03,329 --> 01:18:05,582 I got a hole, I can push through. 1250 01:18:19,136 --> 01:18:22,015 CREW CHIEF: Hold back. It's too tight. You're getting boxed. 1251 01:18:25,893 --> 01:18:27,486 DAYTON: Whoa, I'm seeing spots. 1252 01:18:27,561 --> 01:18:28,904 CREW CHIEF: You're drifting up. 1253 01:18:29,063 --> 01:18:31,361 DAYTON: My OS... I think it's crashing. 1254 01:18:31,649 --> 01:18:32,929 CREW CHIEF: You're gonna bang in! 1255 01:18:48,916 --> 01:18:50,008 What have you got? 1256 01:18:50,084 --> 01:18:51,176 I got nothing. 1257 01:18:51,252 --> 01:18:53,050 Let's try B level. All right. 1258 01:19:23,784 --> 01:19:26,583 Hold up! Stop! Where are you going? 1259 01:19:27,621 --> 01:19:29,339 Garbage run. 1260 01:19:29,415 --> 01:19:31,918 You two smell any smoke from down there? 1261 01:19:33,961 --> 01:19:36,089 Uh, no, 'cause we both... 1262 01:19:36,172 --> 01:19:39,051 We both lost our sense of smells when we was little. 1263 01:19:39,133 --> 01:19:40,180 'Cause of the, uh... 1264 01:19:40,259 --> 01:19:41,681 The scarlet fever. Yeah. 1265 01:19:41,760 --> 01:19:44,889 Both of us could be on fire and not even know it. 1266 01:19:44,972 --> 01:19:47,350 Get that thing out of here. Okay, thank you very much. 1267 01:19:47,641 --> 01:19:50,440 (HORN HONKS) Okay. All right. 1268 01:19:55,482 --> 01:19:56,984 Something ain't right. 1269 01:20:28,432 --> 01:20:29,649 Whoa, whoa. 1270 01:20:30,517 --> 01:20:31,734 What's that? 1271 01:20:46,367 --> 01:20:48,247 JIMMY: Hey! Your brothers should be back by now! 1272 01:20:48,327 --> 01:20:50,045 Why don't you go check on 'em? 1273 01:20:57,586 --> 01:21:00,180 OFFICER: You know there's no smoking on CMS property. 1274 01:21:00,881 --> 01:21:02,133 Oh, that's right. 1275 01:21:02,216 --> 01:21:05,390 That's probably why they put an ashtray in here. 1276 01:21:09,515 --> 01:21:12,268 OFFICER 2: You still gotta put that out and get back to work. 1277 01:21:12,351 --> 01:21:14,649 Man, it's a three-quarter-mile walk to get outside. 1278 01:21:14,728 --> 01:21:18,028 OFFICER 2: I said break time's over, Smokey. 1279 01:21:22,027 --> 01:21:24,121 You know, they call 'em 20 for a reason. 1280 01:21:24,196 --> 01:21:27,200 And I got four minutes to go on my 20. 1281 01:21:28,075 --> 01:21:29,793 Are you pushing "Open"? 1282 01:21:29,868 --> 01:21:31,370 It doesn't say "Open", okay? 1283 01:21:31,495 --> 01:21:33,497 It says "Start," but it won't open. 1284 01:21:33,580 --> 01:21:34,797 Well, stop it. 1285 01:21:34,873 --> 01:21:36,250 What? Stop it! 1286 01:21:38,544 --> 01:21:40,342 I thought we wanted it to start. 1287 01:21:40,421 --> 01:21:43,049 We do, but it needs to stop. 1288 01:21:43,132 --> 01:21:44,679 So not start? 1289 01:21:45,759 --> 01:21:49,514 We need it to start, but we have to stop it so I can figure out 1290 01:21:49,596 --> 01:21:51,769 why it won't open. 1291 01:22:04,528 --> 01:22:06,075 Oh, shit. 1292 01:22:06,363 --> 01:22:07,580 Hey, hey, hey. 1293 01:22:11,410 --> 01:22:13,208 Do you smell any smoke? 1294 01:22:13,287 --> 01:22:15,585 Smoke? No. 1295 01:22:16,165 --> 01:22:18,759 All I smell is them racing fumes. 1296 01:22:20,419 --> 01:22:22,092 All right, thanks. Go ahead. 1297 01:22:26,425 --> 01:22:27,597 Shit. 1298 01:22:30,095 --> 01:22:31,281 FISH: Okay, get... JOE: Three, two... 1299 01:22:31,305 --> 01:22:32,545 FISH: Wait, wait, wait, hold on. 1300 01:22:32,598 --> 01:22:34,646 Are we going on "one" or are we going on "go"? 1301 01:22:34,892 --> 01:22:36,018 SAM: Uh, three. 1302 01:22:36,101 --> 01:22:38,320 JOE: No, we're going on "go"! Three, two... 1303 01:22:38,395 --> 01:22:41,239 JIMMY: Hold on! Hold on! You're gonna rip it right off the track! 1304 01:22:43,817 --> 01:22:45,490 The chain's jammed. 1305 01:22:45,611 --> 01:22:46,908 (CHAIN RATTLING) Oh. 1306 01:22:46,987 --> 01:22:48,159 All right. 1307 01:22:48,989 --> 01:22:50,286 Try it now. 1308 01:22:53,786 --> 01:22:55,083 (SAM WHISTLES) 1309 01:22:55,162 --> 01:22:57,005 Come on. Let's go. 1310 01:22:57,831 --> 01:23:00,175 Let's go! Come on. We got to get you back. 1311 01:23:09,468 --> 01:23:11,028 Hey! Get... Get down! I said I'd get it! 1312 01:23:11,303 --> 01:23:12,304 Come on, let's go! 1313 01:23:12,513 --> 01:23:15,858 CLYDE: You'll get it'? I'll get it, I swear. Come on. You gots to go. 1314 01:23:17,518 --> 01:23:19,520 Let's go, big boy. Come on. Go, go. 1315 01:23:22,689 --> 01:23:25,192 Hey! You can't just walk away from me. I own your ass! 1316 01:23:25,484 --> 01:23:27,084 Not when I'm behind the wheel, you don't. 1317 01:23:27,152 --> 01:23:28,272 Your contract says that I... 1318 01:23:28,362 --> 01:23:31,866 My contract says, "Love Handle Enterprises," that's you 1319 01:23:32,157 --> 01:23:33,909 "understands, acknowledges and agrees 1320 01:23:33,992 --> 01:23:35,835 "that Twin Darling, Inc...", that's me, 1321 01:23:36,036 --> 01:23:38,289 "is not a partner, employee or joint venturer 1322 01:23:38,372 --> 01:23:40,500 "with Love Handle Enterprises". 1323 01:23:40,707 --> 01:23:43,210 Drivers in cars win races, Max. 1324 01:23:43,877 --> 01:23:45,980 Nobody's rooting for your drink to cross the finish line, 1325 01:23:46,004 --> 01:23:48,223 so shut your piehole before I shut it for you. 1326 01:23:48,549 --> 01:23:51,223 Do you know what the words "stop payment" mean? 1327 01:23:58,225 --> 01:24:01,229 Hey... Hey! You're... You're that guy! 1328 01:24:04,231 --> 01:24:06,404 SADIE: Mellie should have been back by now. 1329 01:24:07,234 --> 01:24:11,580 Well, Aunt Mellie normally does what she says she's gonna do. 1330 01:24:11,905 --> 01:24:13,532 Let's give her a few more minutes 1331 01:24:13,740 --> 01:24:15,162 and hope she doesn't go all Logan 1332 01:24:15,242 --> 01:24:17,586 and become a total flake like the rest of them. 1333 01:24:18,245 --> 01:24:19,246 Good. 1334 01:24:30,424 --> 01:24:31,721 MELLIE: All good? 1335 01:24:31,925 --> 01:24:34,599 Bumpy on the way out, but we're doing okay. 1336 01:24:34,887 --> 01:24:37,231 MELLIE: Where'd your arm go? I mean, your hand? 1337 01:24:37,431 --> 01:24:39,433 JOE: Can we haul ass? 1338 01:25:32,945 --> 01:25:34,822 GUARD: The cafeteria fire alarm just went off. 1339 01:25:35,155 --> 01:25:36,873 Warden, we got to call this in. 1340 01:25:37,449 --> 01:25:39,372 We don't have fires at Monroe. 1341 01:25:40,160 --> 01:25:42,472 Sir, we don't know what kind of shape those guards are gonna be in. 1342 01:25:42,496 --> 01:25:45,045 I mean... They could be dead or worse by now. 1343 01:25:46,583 --> 01:25:48,585 And what do you reckon be worse than dead? 1344 01:25:50,462 --> 01:25:51,509 Uh... 1345 01:25:51,713 --> 01:25:53,340 Shit! Call it in! 1346 01:25:53,423 --> 01:25:56,723 We have a three-alarm fire at Monroe Correctional Facility. 1347 01:25:56,802 --> 01:25:58,349 Please respond immediately. 1348 01:25:58,720 --> 01:26:00,438 They report a fire in a cafeteria. 1349 01:26:00,514 --> 01:26:04,485 I repeat, a fire in the Monroe Correctional Facility cafeteria. 1350 01:26:05,018 --> 01:26:06,315 (SIREN WAILING) 1351 01:27:21,428 --> 01:27:22,680 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1352 01:27:24,389 --> 01:27:27,108 Do not tell me you've been spraying her hair with this! 1353 01:27:27,225 --> 01:27:29,319 This will turn her hair into an SOS pad. 1354 01:27:29,394 --> 01:27:32,238 I was doing the best I could! You were late! 1355 01:27:32,314 --> 01:27:34,626 Oh, like you never brushed your own daughter's hair before. 1356 01:27:34,650 --> 01:27:37,324 I wish you all wouldn't fight. You're making me more nervous. 1357 01:27:37,694 --> 01:27:39,037 You're right, baby doll. 1358 01:27:39,821 --> 01:27:41,198 Is Daddy here? 1359 01:27:42,741 --> 01:27:45,244 I didn't see him. I was rushing. 1360 01:27:45,744 --> 01:27:47,246 Did your daddy say he was coming? 1361 01:27:47,579 --> 01:27:49,252 Yeah. Why? 1362 01:27:50,624 --> 01:27:52,393 MELLIE: I don't know. {just thought he was working. 1363 01:27:52,417 --> 01:27:54,966 BOBBIE JO: What? That job at the Speedway? I heard he got fired. 1364 01:27:56,380 --> 01:27:58,007 Funny how he never brought that up. 1365 01:27:59,758 --> 01:28:02,602 MELLIE: You look like a princess. You're gonna do great. 1366 01:28:20,278 --> 01:28:21,495 I thought maybe you'd run off. 1367 01:28:21,822 --> 01:28:24,075 And leave you, beautiful? Never. 1368 01:28:24,282 --> 01:28:27,877 You know, we got caught on the other side of that there gate 1369 01:28:27,953 --> 01:28:29,796 when the lockdown happened. 1370 01:28:30,831 --> 01:28:32,208 It was terrifying. 1371 01:28:33,041 --> 01:28:36,466 For her talent, Sadie Logan will perform Umbrella by Rihanna. 1372 01:28:36,962 --> 01:28:38,305 (APPLAUSE) 1373 01:29:16,168 --> 01:29:17,590 I picked this song 1374 01:29:18,837 --> 01:29:20,510 'cause it's my daddy's favorite. 1375 01:29:25,844 --> 01:29:27,812 (SINGING) Almost heaven 1376 01:29:28,597 --> 01:29:30,599 West Virginia 1377 01:29:31,433 --> 01:29:33,527 Blue Ridge Mountains 1378 01:29:33,602 --> 01:29:36,651 Shenandoah River 1379 01:29:38,732 --> 01:29:40,860 Life is old there 1380 01:29:40,942 --> 01:29:43,491 Older than the trees 1381 01:29:43,862 --> 01:29:46,786 Younger than the mountains 1382 01:29:46,865 --> 01:29:48,959 Growing like a breeze 1383 01:29:49,034 --> 01:29:51,787 Country roads 1384 01:29:51,870 --> 01:29:54,373 (AUDIENCE JOINING IN) Take me home 1385 01:29:54,748 --> 01:29:57,251 To the place 1386 01:29:57,667 --> 01:30:00,511 I belong 1387 01:30:00,587 --> 01:30:03,215 West Virginia 1388 01:30:03,298 --> 01:30:06,051 Mountain momma 1389 01:30:06,134 --> 01:30:08,978 Take me home 1390 01:30:09,054 --> 01:30:11,728 Country roads 1391 01:30:13,391 --> 01:30:15,894 All my memories 1392 01:30:16,394 --> 01:30:18,772 Gathered 'round her 1393 01:30:19,189 --> 01:30:24,616 Miner's lady Stranger to blue water 1394 01:30:26,655 --> 01:30:28,703 Dark and dusty 1395 01:30:28,782 --> 01:30:31,661 Painted on the sky 1396 01:30:31,743 --> 01:30:34,587 Misty taste of moonshine 1397 01:30:34,663 --> 01:30:36,665 Teardrops in my eye 1398 01:30:36,748 --> 01:30:39,547 Country roads 1399 01:30:39,626 --> 01:30:42,470 Take me home 1400 01:30:42,546 --> 01:30:45,299 To the place 1401 01:30:45,382 --> 01:30:48,352 ALL: (SINGING) {belong 1402 01:30:48,426 --> 01:30:50,804 West Virginia 1403 01:30:51,263 --> 01:30:54,187 Mountain momma 1404 01:30:54,266 --> 01:30:57,019 Take me home 1405 01:30:57,102 --> 01:31:00,106 Country roads 1406 01:31:00,605 --> 01:31:01,948 Where're you gonna put it? 1407 01:31:02,315 --> 01:31:04,033 I can make a trophy case. 1408 01:31:04,109 --> 01:31:06,157 Oh, you're gonna need to now, you've got so many. 1409 01:31:06,236 --> 01:31:07,579 JIMMY: All right. Give me a hug. 1410 01:31:08,113 --> 01:31:09,615 I love you, Daddy. I love you, too. 1411 01:31:10,323 --> 01:31:11,666 Let me see the gun show. 1412 01:31:11,741 --> 01:31:12,742 (LAUGHS) 1413 01:31:12,826 --> 01:31:13,873 All right. I love you. 1414 01:31:13,952 --> 01:31:15,454 Night, Jo. See you, Jimmy. 1415 01:31:15,954 --> 01:31:17,126 Come on. 1416 01:31:17,163 --> 01:31:18,723 See you back at home, Bobbie. All right. 1417 01:31:21,793 --> 01:31:23,295 What the heck? 1418 01:31:25,338 --> 01:31:27,340 What the hell happened to my car? 1419 01:31:31,803 --> 01:31:33,476 Are you kidding me? 1420 01:31:44,983 --> 01:31:47,156 JIMMY: Hey, partner. Where you headed to? 1421 01:31:49,195 --> 01:31:50,538 MAN: All the way through? 1422 01:31:50,822 --> 01:31:52,665 JIMMY: Mind if I catch a ride with you? 1423 01:31:53,033 --> 01:31:54,159 You sure? 1424 01:32:42,540 --> 01:32:45,061 REPORT ER: (ON TV) Authorities have confirmed they have recovered the money 1425 01:32:45,085 --> 01:32:47,213 stolen from the Charlotte Motor Speedway 1426 01:32:47,295 --> 01:32:49,639 in what some are calling the "Hillbilly Heist." 1427 01:32:49,714 --> 01:32:53,560 Sources say an anonymous caller led police to this gas station 1428 01:32:53,635 --> 01:32:57,310 where they discovered an abandoned truck containing bags of cash 1429 01:32:57,389 --> 01:32:58,766 that have been positively linked 1430 01:32:58,848 --> 01:33:01,021 to the robbery over the weekend. 1431 01:33:01,726 --> 01:33:04,195 POLICE SPOKESPERSON: The truck was reported stolen last week. 1432 01:33:05,230 --> 01:33:08,450 Our forensic team is at work on the scene. 1433 01:33:08,525 --> 01:33:10,152 And we're certain that they will find... 1434 01:33:10,235 --> 01:33:12,488 Why go to all the trouble to rob a place 1435 01:33:12,570 --> 01:33:14,743 if you don't have the guts to keep the money? 1436 01:33:15,073 --> 01:33:16,746 WOMAN: He must've chickened out. 1437 01:33:18,493 --> 01:33:20,996 NEWSCASTER: Well, we are joined now by a resident daredevil! 1438 01:33:21,079 --> 01:33:22,422 At Little Victory Family Shelter. 1439 01:33:22,664 --> 01:33:25,759 This is Josh Morrison. Thank you for joining us today. 1440 01:33:25,917 --> 01:33:27,669 Right. He comes on about, you know... 1441 01:33:27,752 --> 01:33:29,563 He used to come on a lot on Midday, for Pet of the Week. 1442 01:33:29,587 --> 01:33:32,591 So he's joining us to talk about a new adoption challenge 1443 01:33:32,716 --> 01:33:35,396 at the shelter for little victories- We do have to talk about the... 1444 01:34:09,794 --> 01:34:12,047 CAL: Well, we brought everyone in at 6:00 this morning. 1445 01:34:12,130 --> 01:34:14,804 Couldn't work all weekend, you know, 'cause of the race, obviously. 1446 01:34:15,216 --> 01:34:17,560 But everything was just like we left it on Friday. 1447 01:34:17,802 --> 01:34:19,395 How many men do you have working today? 1448 01:34:19,971 --> 01:34:21,393 Well, 40 or so. 1449 01:34:21,473 --> 01:34:23,726 I guess we're on a bit of a tight deadline 1450 01:34:23,808 --> 01:34:26,231 'cause they're trying to get everything shored up, 1451 01:34:26,311 --> 01:34:28,029 since the season's starting. 1452 01:34:28,104 --> 01:34:29,664 We'll be wrapping out of here this week. 1453 01:34:31,816 --> 01:34:33,989 I'm gonna need prints from all your guys. 1454 01:34:34,652 --> 01:34:37,246 Well, sure, but all the workers 1455 01:34:37,322 --> 01:34:39,416 have to wear protective gloves at all times. 1456 01:34:39,491 --> 01:34:41,414 That's... Well, it's a union rule. 1457 01:34:41,493 --> 01:34:43,336 Union rules. Yep. 1458 01:34:43,995 --> 01:34:45,338 Great. Agent Grayson. 1459 01:34:45,830 --> 01:34:48,583 Local PD got a call from someone claiming to be an eyewitness. 1460 01:34:48,666 --> 01:34:52,011 Swears they saw the robbers, can definitely identify 'em. 1461 01:34:52,670 --> 01:34:55,344 Yeah, I saw 'em. I know who they are, too. 1462 01:34:55,673 --> 01:34:57,433 GRAYSON: Why don't we start at the beginning. 1463 01:34:57,592 --> 01:34:58,809 Where'd you see them? 1464 01:34:58,885 --> 01:35:00,603 In a tunnel, leading from the track back 1465 01:35:00,678 --> 01:35:02,055 to the shower room and the lockers. 1466 01:35:02,430 --> 01:35:04,158 MAN: (ON TV) There's a saying in our business, 1467 01:35:04,182 --> 01:35:05,729 "Set it up and shut up", 1468 01:35:05,809 --> 01:35:07,356 so I'll shut up. 1469 01:35:08,186 --> 01:35:10,029 MAX: (ON TV) What the hell was that? 1470 01:35:10,271 --> 01:35:11,944 You call yourself a driver? 1471 01:35:12,023 --> 01:35:13,946 What, you've never been boxed in a turn before? 1472 01:35:14,025 --> 01:35:15,544 DAYTON: I told you I didn't want to drink your poison. 1473 01:35:15,568 --> 01:35:16,670 I thought I was having a heart attack! 1474 01:35:16,694 --> 01:35:17,741 MAX: That poison... 1475 01:35:17,821 --> 01:35:19,823 Hey, hey. Can't one of you hit mute? 1476 01:35:19,948 --> 01:35:22,292 I'm trying to give my statement to the FBI here. 1477 01:35:23,034 --> 01:35:25,833 There was two of 'em. Right? Now one of 'em was a bartender 1478 01:35:25,912 --> 01:35:28,461 from that place out off of I-17. Got one arm. 1479 01:35:28,540 --> 01:35:30,180 The guy with him, I don't know who he was. 1480 01:35:30,834 --> 01:35:32,632 And you know the bartender from? 1481 01:35:32,710 --> 01:35:34,758 MAX: A while back, I got in a fight at the bar. 1482 01:35:34,838 --> 01:35:36,886 With the bartender? MAX: No, with his brother. 1483 01:35:36,965 --> 01:35:38,808 Did the brother have one arm or two? 1484 01:35:39,134 --> 01:35:40,556 The brother's got both. 1485 01:35:41,719 --> 01:35:43,392 GRAYSON: And the fight was about? 1486 01:35:43,721 --> 01:35:44,938 I can't remember. 1487 01:35:45,014 --> 01:35:46,891 GRAYSON: And you won that fight at the bar? 1488 01:35:46,975 --> 01:35:48,192 Hell, yeah, I won it! 1489 01:35:48,560 --> 01:35:50,733 So you saw the bartender with one arm 1490 01:35:51,229 --> 01:35:54,324 and an unknown male companion in the tunnel during the race? 1491 01:35:55,066 --> 01:35:56,568 And they were? 1492 01:35:56,901 --> 01:36:00,906 Well, they was just walking, but it was suspicious-like. 1493 01:36:01,573 --> 01:36:03,246 GRAYSON: Suspicious how? 1494 01:36:03,408 --> 01:36:06,207 They shouldn't have been down there. That was suspicious. 1495 01:36:06,578 --> 01:36:09,127 But you didn't think to mention this encounter to anyone 1496 01:36:09,205 --> 01:36:11,583 until you saw the news on the television about the robbery? 1497 01:36:12,083 --> 01:36:13,881 The docs had to set my nose, all right? 1498 01:36:13,960 --> 01:36:15,086 I've been in recovery. 1499 01:36:15,336 --> 01:36:17,680 So all these injuries are the result 1500 01:36:17,755 --> 01:36:19,275 of your latest fight with the brothers? 1501 01:36:19,757 --> 01:36:20,849 MAX: Bartender brother. 1502 01:36:20,925 --> 01:36:22,570 He's the one that punched me in the tunnel. 1503 01:36:22,594 --> 01:36:23,641 The one-arm? 1504 01:36:23,720 --> 01:36:25,814 Yeah, look, just ask my driver, Dayton White. 1505 01:36:25,889 --> 01:36:27,575 Right? He was with me when all this went down. 1506 01:36:27,599 --> 01:36:28,725 He'll back up my story. 1507 01:36:30,351 --> 01:36:32,353 Yes, when you called in your tip, you mentioned 1508 01:36:32,437 --> 01:36:34,439 that he'd be able to corroborate your story. 1509 01:36:35,607 --> 01:36:37,530 We spoke with Dayton White earlier today. 1510 01:36:38,776 --> 01:36:41,620 He stated he was never in the tunnel with you during the race. 1511 01:36:42,363 --> 01:36:44,582 Never saw two suspicious men. 1512 01:36:45,116 --> 01:36:46,959 And has no idea what you're talking about. 1513 01:37:10,475 --> 01:37:12,148 Did you talk to him? 1514 01:37:12,310 --> 01:37:13,778 I think you knows better. 1515 01:37:23,988 --> 01:37:26,366 MELLIE: I stopped by the trailer when he wasn't home. 1516 01:37:27,659 --> 01:37:29,536 I think I got most of your stuff. 1517 01:37:30,662 --> 01:37:33,006 You sure love your books. 1518 01:37:33,998 --> 01:37:36,000 And there's some mail there, too. 1519 01:38:08,032 --> 01:38:09,875 GRAYSON: Visitation logs 1520 01:38:10,076 --> 01:38:12,750 indicate that Jimmy Logan, an employee 1521 01:38:12,829 --> 01:38:14,547 recently fired from the Speedway, 1522 01:38:14,998 --> 01:38:18,673 came with his brother Clyde to see Joseph Bang here, 1523 01:38:19,002 --> 01:38:20,549 on April 15th. 1524 01:38:21,004 --> 01:38:23,052 They returned two days later for a second visit. 1525 01:38:24,549 --> 01:38:26,972 Now, we only have video of this meeting, no audio, 1526 01:38:27,051 --> 01:38:28,974 so we have no idea what they discussed. 1527 01:38:30,221 --> 01:38:31,814 But the following week, 1528 01:38:31,889 --> 01:38:34,563 Clyde Logan drives through the window of a Corner Save Mart 1529 01:38:35,560 --> 01:38:38,279 and ends up being sentenced to 90 days here. 1530 01:38:39,397 --> 01:38:42,901 You seem to have a lot of information in your FBI folders there. 1531 01:38:45,653 --> 01:38:46,654 And so? 1532 01:38:47,155 --> 01:38:49,408 You don't think that's an incredible coincidence? 1533 01:38:52,910 --> 01:38:54,753 No. Not really. 1534 01:38:55,413 --> 01:38:59,634 I mean, if you're asking me, am I shocked that the criminals locked up in here 1535 01:38:59,709 --> 01:39:01,882 are friends with other criminals? No, I'm not. 1536 01:39:07,258 --> 01:39:10,637 So Clyde Logan and Joseph Bang were incarcerated here 1537 01:39:10,720 --> 01:39:12,438 at your prison on May the 28th. 1538 01:39:12,513 --> 01:39:14,436 And you had no problems, 1539 01:39:14,682 --> 01:39:18,107 no issues of any kind at your prison on that day? 1540 01:39:18,186 --> 01:39:19,358 Is that right? 1541 01:39:19,437 --> 01:39:21,360 No, we didn't have any problems. 1542 01:39:21,439 --> 01:39:23,612 Right. 'Cause Monroe County Fire Department 1543 01:39:23,691 --> 01:39:25,051 said they dispatched multiple units 1544 01:39:25,109 --> 01:39:27,203 around 8:30 p.m. that night. 1545 01:39:27,278 --> 01:39:29,246 There was a small kitchen fire, 1546 01:39:29,322 --> 01:39:32,201 but that's not a problem in the context of this prison. 1547 01:39:33,201 --> 01:39:34,999 I mean, it's standard operating procedure 1548 01:39:35,078 --> 01:39:38,207 for them to dispatch multiple units 1549 01:39:38,539 --> 01:39:40,382 any time there's a fire at the prison. 1550 01:39:41,292 --> 01:39:45,138 That was no big deal. It was out within a few minutes. 1551 01:39:48,299 --> 01:39:50,518 You're certain that these two inmates 1552 01:39:50,593 --> 01:39:52,140 couldn't have broken out of here, 1553 01:39:52,470 --> 01:39:55,064 robbed the Speedway and then broken back into your prison 1554 01:39:55,139 --> 01:39:56,607 without you knowing about it? 1555 01:39:57,308 --> 01:39:59,402 Wow! (CHUCKLES) 1556 01:39:59,477 --> 01:40:00,649 No. 1557 01:40:01,479 --> 01:40:05,859 Agent Grayson, I've been warden here for nine years and I can tell you this. 1558 01:40:07,652 --> 01:40:10,030 We don't have an escape problem at Monroe. 1559 01:40:12,156 --> 01:40:13,550 REPORTER: (ON TV) What do you think of the robbery? 1560 01:40:13,574 --> 01:40:16,828 WOMAN 1: Well, I heard that they're calling it "Ocean's 7-Eleven", 1561 01:40:17,328 --> 01:40:20,502 'cause they found that truck with the money behind a convenience store. 1562 01:40:21,499 --> 01:40:23,852 WOMAN 2: Uh, {heard that they're calling 'em the Redneck Robbers, 1563 01:40:23,876 --> 01:40:25,813 'cause they think the guys who did this whole thing 1564 01:40:25,837 --> 01:40:28,215 are from around here. I hope they never catch 'em. 1565 01:40:29,006 --> 01:40:30,806 REPORTER: Where does this investigation stand? 1566 01:40:30,925 --> 01:40:32,152 MAN: Well, let me tell you this. 1567 01:40:32,176 --> 01:40:34,071 Even though the crime was committed in Charlotte, 1568 01:40:34,095 --> 01:40:36,439 the fact that the money was recovered here 1569 01:40:36,514 --> 01:40:37,936 makes it a very serious matter. 1570 01:40:38,182 --> 01:40:40,401 We're involving all of our local, state... 1571 01:40:41,018 --> 01:40:42,704 You have a problem with the food here, inmate? 1572 01:40:42,728 --> 01:40:45,732 No, no, no, Warden. No problem. 1573 01:40:46,691 --> 01:40:49,035 Reckon your stomach's not been bothering you lately? 1574 01:40:49,610 --> 01:40:51,078 No, Warden, no. 1575 01:40:51,612 --> 01:40:53,614 Thank... Thank you for asking me. 1576 01:40:56,993 --> 01:40:58,085 (TRAY CLATTERS) 1577 01:40:58,870 --> 01:41:00,543 You best be cleaning up your mess. 1578 01:41:01,956 --> 01:41:03,958 GUARD: Now! Sir. (CLEARS THROAT) 1579 01:41:07,837 --> 01:41:08,929 Huh? 1580 01:41:12,925 --> 01:41:13,926 (JOE GRUNTS) 1581 01:41:15,803 --> 01:41:17,555 What'd you say to me, inmate? 1582 01:41:19,724 --> 01:41:20,896 Go on. 1583 01:41:23,728 --> 01:41:25,071 Thank you. 1584 01:41:27,732 --> 01:41:30,281 GRAYSON: What about the disgruntled fired employee? 1585 01:41:30,902 --> 01:41:32,379 The brother of the one-armed bartender? 1586 01:41:32,403 --> 01:41:35,953 Jimmy Logan was fired six weeks before the robbery. 1587 01:41:36,032 --> 01:41:38,831 His brother, Clyde, is the one-armed bartender 1588 01:41:38,910 --> 01:41:42,005 Max Chilblain claims to have seen during the race. 1589 01:41:42,079 --> 01:41:44,377 But we know there's no way Clyde Logan 1590 01:41:44,457 --> 01:41:46,137 could have been in that underground walkway 1591 01:41:46,209 --> 01:41:49,008 because he was serving time at the Monroe Correctional Facility 1592 01:41:49,086 --> 01:41:50,713 on the day of the robbery. 1593 01:41:51,756 --> 01:41:52,882 Hmm. 1594 01:41:55,426 --> 01:41:57,099 I hate airtight alibis. 1595 01:41:58,888 --> 01:42:00,115 Where did Jimmy Logan's cell phone 1596 01:42:00,139 --> 01:42:01,516 tell us he was during the race? 1597 01:42:01,599 --> 01:42:03,442 Jimmy Logan doesn't have a cell phone. 1598 01:42:03,518 --> 01:42:05,987 Shut off three months ago for non-payment. 1599 01:42:06,604 --> 01:42:10,404 He also drives a 1983 Ford F-150, 1600 01:42:10,483 --> 01:42:12,030 so no GPS. 1601 01:42:12,276 --> 01:42:14,779 No email, no social media. 1602 01:42:15,279 --> 01:42:16,622 We did get a few hits on his name 1603 01:42:16,697 --> 01:42:18,165 on other social media accounts, 1604 01:42:18,241 --> 01:42:21,711 which place him at Valley View High School during the race. 1605 01:42:21,786 --> 01:42:25,416 His daughter was competing in the Miss Pretty West Virginia Pageant. 1606 01:42:25,498 --> 01:42:27,171 And apparently she won. 1607 01:42:58,030 --> 01:43:00,078 (COUNTRY SONG PLAYING ON SPEAKERS) 1608 01:43:04,495 --> 01:43:06,168 How's your brother? 1609 01:43:08,165 --> 01:43:09,792 I wouldn't know. 1610 01:43:11,502 --> 01:43:13,675 You haven't talked to him? Nope. 1611 01:43:16,340 --> 01:43:18,013 Not once? 1612 01:43:18,843 --> 01:43:20,390 Nope. (SCOFFS) 1613 01:43:22,013 --> 01:43:24,357 Well, it seems strange, you know, 1614 01:43:25,516 --> 01:43:28,190 you two being so close and all. 1615 01:43:29,854 --> 01:43:33,358 Last I heard, he moved south to be closer to his daughter. 1616 01:43:35,860 --> 01:43:37,112 (EXHALES) 1617 01:43:37,194 --> 01:43:38,946 How far south? 1618 01:43:39,030 --> 01:43:40,202 Lynchburg. 1619 01:43:43,534 --> 01:43:44,911 Guess his ex moved down there 1620 01:43:44,994 --> 01:43:48,544 when her husband opened a new car lot. 1621 01:43:53,210 --> 01:43:54,382 Well, 1622 01:43:55,212 --> 01:43:57,886 if you do speak to him... 1623 01:44:01,218 --> 01:44:03,312 Tell him I'd like to talk to him. 1624 01:44:03,888 --> 01:44:05,731 I doubt I'll be talking to him. 1625 01:44:20,237 --> 01:44:24,743 He never told you why he gave all that money back? 1626 01:44:34,585 --> 01:44:35,928 On the house. 1627 01:44:39,507 --> 01:44:40,850 Generous. 1628 01:44:44,178 --> 01:44:47,523 You've had your six months, and you made no arrests. 1629 01:44:48,432 --> 01:44:49,993 Meanwhile, the locals talk about these thieves 1630 01:44:50,017 --> 01:44:52,440 like they're some type of Hee Haw Heroes. 1631 01:44:53,938 --> 01:44:57,693 So, we would like to move forward 1632 01:44:57,775 --> 01:44:59,152 and put this entire incident 1633 01:44:59,235 --> 01:45:01,784 in our rearview mirror, if you will. 1634 01:45:02,613 --> 01:45:03,614 Okay? 1635 01:45:11,205 --> 01:45:12,673 Thank you again. 1636 01:45:14,291 --> 01:45:16,293 I do have one last question. 1637 01:45:17,044 --> 01:45:18,045 Sure. 1638 01:45:18,129 --> 01:45:21,178 You just said you received a payout from your insurance company 1639 01:45:21,257 --> 01:45:23,134 for the money that wasn't recovered. 1640 01:45:23,217 --> 01:45:25,060 Yes. That's right. 1641 01:45:25,511 --> 01:45:26,603 Hmm. 1642 01:45:27,138 --> 01:45:30,483 We were here with forensic accountants for weeks 1643 01:45:30,558 --> 01:45:33,061 poring over the register logs and receipts. 1644 01:45:33,978 --> 01:45:36,902 No one here was ever able to give us an exact accounting 1645 01:45:36,981 --> 01:45:39,029 of how much money was actually stolen. 1646 01:45:39,483 --> 01:45:42,657 Right, um... It's... Well, it's very complex. 1647 01:45:42,987 --> 01:45:44,079 The algorithm and whatnot. 1648 01:45:44,321 --> 01:45:46,201 Yeah, we heard about the complicated algorithms. 1649 01:45:47,658 --> 01:45:50,332 So how did you arrive at the number to ask for? 1650 01:45:50,661 --> 01:45:53,164 If you didn't know how much was stolen. 1651 01:45:54,331 --> 01:45:59,178 I'm not an accountant, so, uh, I wasn't in there for those discussions. 1652 01:45:59,670 --> 01:46:04,016 But as far as all of us here at Charlotte Motor Speedway are concerned, 1653 01:46:04,341 --> 01:46:07,515 the matter has been resolved to our satisfaction. 1654 01:46:07,595 --> 01:46:08,687 (JOE CLEARS THROAT) 1655 01:46:18,481 --> 01:46:19,778 (LOUD KNOCKING ON DOOR) 1656 01:46:47,218 --> 01:46:48,561 Assholes. 1657 01:47:30,845 --> 01:47:31,846 (SIGHS) 1658 01:47:33,138 --> 01:47:34,515 (PEOPLE CHEERING) 1659 01:47:35,266 --> 01:47:39,442 You seriously want to trust these two with our lives? 1660 01:47:40,354 --> 01:47:42,527 They're gonna know what we want 'em to know. 1661 01:48:25,983 --> 01:48:27,985 All right! But we can get two more. 1662 01:48:28,068 --> 01:48:29,570 What's rule eight? 1663 01:48:29,653 --> 01:48:30,654 "Don't get greedy." 1664 01:48:30,738 --> 01:48:33,912 All right, you're done here. Come on, you got to get the car anyway. Go! 1665 01:49:27,711 --> 01:49:31,056 Yeah, you're right there. You're right on top of it. Just dig in there. 1666 01:49:44,895 --> 01:49:46,238 DRIVER: Mr. Naaman? 1667 01:49:50,734 --> 01:49:52,702 Oh, this one's addressed to you. 1668 01:49:52,778 --> 01:49:54,906 Came in through the donation box. 1669 01:49:55,406 --> 01:49:57,750 It's heavy, but don't get excited. 1670 01:49:57,992 --> 01:50:01,337 It's got to be from a crazy, written with crayon. Know what I mean? 1671 01:50:32,192 --> 01:50:33,284 (GASPS) 1672 01:50:40,451 --> 01:50:42,124 Where to, Mr. Naaman? 1673 01:50:43,454 --> 01:50:44,671 (CHUCKLES) 1674 01:50:48,292 --> 01:50:49,418 (LAUGHS) 1675 01:51:01,138 --> 01:51:02,936 Hey. Hi. 1676 01:51:04,558 --> 01:51:05,650 New job? 1677 01:51:06,643 --> 01:51:08,987 Yeah. It's just seasonal. 1678 01:51:09,229 --> 01:51:12,654 I hope they keep me on, though. It's nice being close to home. 1679 01:51:13,484 --> 01:51:14,986 You want to come in? 1680 01:51:15,652 --> 01:51:17,154 No, no. I'll just wait. 1681 01:51:17,321 --> 01:51:19,494 Daddy! Hey! What's up, ma“? 1682 01:51:19,907 --> 01:51:21,409 (GRUNTS) Body slam! 1683 01:51:22,493 --> 01:51:24,166 What time you want her back? 1684 01:51:24,411 --> 01:51:26,413 Whatever time works best for you. 1685 01:51:26,663 --> 01:51:28,506 We're just around. All right. 1686 01:51:28,582 --> 01:51:30,084 Don't wait up! 1687 01:51:31,335 --> 01:51:34,555 All right. So I was thinking putt-putt golf. 1688 01:51:35,047 --> 01:51:36,890 They got those new go-karts down there. 1689 01:51:36,965 --> 01:51:39,343 Sure. As long as we get gelato after. 1690 01:51:39,426 --> 01:51:40,643 Gelato? Yeah. 1691 01:51:40,719 --> 01:51:42,562 Ain't that like fancy ice cream? 1692 01:51:42,638 --> 01:51:44,811 I thought you couldn't do that 'cause of your pageants. 1693 01:51:44,890 --> 01:51:46,437 SADIE: Oh, I'm over all that stuff. 1694 01:51:46,517 --> 01:51:49,612 I've been really getting into the culinary arts lately. 1695 01:51:49,686 --> 01:51:51,029 (CHUCKLES) Oh, cum-what'? 1696 01:51:51,355 --> 01:51:54,359 Cooking! I've been watching a lot of Top Chef. 1697 01:51:55,317 --> 01:51:56,409 Really? Yeah. 1698 01:51:56,485 --> 01:52:00,706 I've been learning a lot. Like how gelato isn't just fancy ice cream. 1699 01:52:00,781 --> 01:52:02,749 It's made at a slower churn rate than ice cream, 1700 01:52:02,825 --> 01:52:04,623 so less air gets mixed in. 1701 01:52:04,701 --> 01:52:07,204 That's why it has such a silky texture. 1702 01:52:07,538 --> 01:52:08,710 JIMMY: A churn rate, huh? 1703 01:52:09,039 --> 01:52:12,043 Yeah, a churn rate. How fast the paddle in the machine moves. 1704 01:52:12,292 --> 01:52:14,795 Sometimes the paddle is called a dasher. 1705 01:52:15,045 --> 01:52:18,390 Oh, yeah, no, I know what that is. A dasher. 1706 01:52:18,715 --> 01:52:22,390 It's kinda like Dasher and Dancer and Vixen. 1707 01:52:22,719 --> 01:52:24,062 No. Daddy! 1708 01:52:24,388 --> 01:52:26,390 I know exactly what that is. No, it's not that. 1709 01:52:26,640 --> 01:52:28,642 I didn't know that reindeer made ice cream. 1710 01:52:28,892 --> 01:52:30,565 SADIE: They don't! 1711 01:52:31,895 --> 01:52:33,021 You funny. 1712 01:52:33,105 --> 01:52:34,857 JIMMY: You funny. You funny-looking. 1713 01:52:35,566 --> 01:52:37,785 (COUNTRY SONG PLAYING ON SPEAKERS) 1714 01:52:45,242 --> 01:52:47,916 You never told me how you knew the coast was clear 1715 01:52:47,995 --> 01:52:49,918 and we could go get the money. 1716 01:52:51,415 --> 01:52:53,668 Well, you know how that phone company 1717 01:52:53,750 --> 01:52:55,923 that give you about 60 days to pay that phone bill? 1718 01:52:56,253 --> 01:53:00,099 Yeah. Well, you go one day over and they shut your phone off. 1719 01:53:00,424 --> 01:53:01,425 So? 1720 01:53:02,176 --> 01:53:03,348 (JIMMY CHUCKLES) 1721 01:53:04,094 --> 01:53:07,769 I ain't paid the bill out at the trailer in like six months. 1722 01:53:08,015 --> 01:53:09,187 So? 1723 01:53:09,933 --> 01:53:12,777 I figured long as they was tapping my phone, they'd keep it on. 1724 01:53:13,103 --> 01:53:15,947 About a week ago, it finally went dead. 1725 01:53:19,276 --> 01:53:20,949 That's pretty good. Yeah. 1726 01:53:21,778 --> 01:53:23,098 You came up with that on your own? 1727 01:53:23,155 --> 01:53:24,247 Yes, I did. 1728 01:53:24,781 --> 01:53:27,284 Well, that's a lot of thinking for a Logan. (JIMMY CHUCKLES) 1729 01:53:39,504 --> 01:53:41,131 Hey, Jimmy. (CHUCKLES) Hey. 1730 01:53:42,925 --> 01:53:44,268 What you doing? 1731 01:53:46,303 --> 01:53:47,805 So, Mellie... (CLEARS THROAT) 1732 01:53:49,348 --> 01:53:50,395 (EXHALES) 1733 01:53:50,474 --> 01:53:54,820 What do you make of all this Logan Curse stuff? 1734 01:53:55,479 --> 01:53:59,359 Well, that's Clyde's thing. I never really gave it that much thought. 1735 01:54:00,484 --> 01:54:03,658 What about you? You think we're destined to repeat the past? 1736 01:54:06,073 --> 01:54:07,165 No. 1737 01:54:09,660 --> 01:54:11,662 I'm all about the future. 1738 01:54:15,999 --> 01:54:19,594 Oh, shoot. Sorry about that. Another Especial for the lady? 1739 01:54:19,670 --> 01:54:21,672 GRAYSON: Yeah. I missed out on the toast. 1740 01:54:21,755 --> 01:54:24,679 You know they say it's bad luck to toast with an empty glass. 1741 01:54:25,425 --> 01:54:26,768 They do say that. 1742 01:54:26,843 --> 01:54:29,312 It's also bad luck to toast alone, so, 1743 01:54:29,388 --> 01:54:31,106 why don't you pour yourself one on me? 1744 01:54:31,181 --> 01:54:32,933 So you don't jinx me. 1745 01:54:36,853 --> 01:54:39,533 CLYDE: I would have remembered if you'd ever been in the bar before. 1746 01:54:40,983 --> 01:54:43,953 Are you just passing through? GRAYSON: Yeah. Passing through. 1747 01:54:46,113 --> 01:54:48,036 But I'm hoping to stay a while. 1748 01:54:50,200 --> 01:54:51,873 Well, then... 1749 01:54:53,453 --> 01:54:55,126 Here's to staying a while. 1750 01:58:01,933 --> 01:58:05,278 (NASCAR RACE CAR RACES AROUND A TRACK) 1751 01:58:17,616 --> 01:58:20,495 (NASCAR RACE CAR RACES AROUND A TRACK) 1752 01:58:43,850 --> 01:58:46,979 (NASCAR RACE CAR RACES AROUND A TRACK)