My Best Friend's Famous (2019)

- Hi, my name is Sean Reilly.
I'm reading for the role of
Marcus today.
I'm five foot 10 inches tall
and I am willing to shave.
Hello, my name is Sean Reilly.
I am five foot 10 inches tall.
I am willing to shave for
Hello, my name is hello, hello.
Hi, Sean Reilly here, no?
Hello, my name is Sean Reilly.
I'll be reading for the
role of Marcus today.
I am five foot 10 inches tall
and I'm willing to shave.
Why is it always willing to
Hi, my name is Sean Reilly.
I am five foot 10 inches tall.
I am reading for the role of
Marcus today
and I am willing to shave.
And I am willing to shave,
I am willing to shave.
So simple.
Hi, I'm Sean Reilly.
I'm reading for the role
of Marcus today, I am five,
Sean, I'm Sean.
Hello, my name is Sean
Reilly, I'm read,
Hello, my name is Sean Reilly.
I'm reading for the role of
Marcus today.
I'm five foot 10 inches tall
and I'm willing to shave.
Just normal.
Hi, my name is Sean Reilly
and I'm reading
for the role of Marcus today.
What is this guy doing?
Hey buddy.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
- You disgust me!
No you, fuck shit cunt rag,
just piss off!
- Listen man, you can't do that
- No, you listen.
I am a Christian man.
What's your excuse?
- Really?
All right, come on, buddy.
All right, I'm calling
the cops, all right?
All things must pass my friend

Soon you will see in then
It may not be what you dream
It may not be in between
And there's no cave
With you
Now what do you think
You can do
- Oh god, oh god!
- Are they always this loud?
- Hump it, hump it, hump
- Well, this is a little
louder than usual.
- Oh yeah.
Oh yeah, oh baby.
- I think it stopped.
That wasn't so bad.
Glad you stayed.
- Me too.
- The fuck?
- Fuck, I fucked up, mate.
I fucked up.
I think he's dead!
- What happened?
- He made me choke him and
taze him at the same time.
I didn't want to but he begged
- So you did it?!
- Well he said it was the
only way he could come.
And now, shit would.
I think I killed him, brother.
- Maybe he's just unconscious.
Oh, be safe.
- Oh!
- You guys thought I was
totally fucking dead.
- All right, how is this funny?
I'm shaking.
- Was it believable?
- Oh you are unbelievable, baby.
- I should be on fucking
- I thought you were dead.
Tell him, Sean.
I was tweaking like a fucking
- Jesus Christ, don't
be so fucking dramatic.
- You guys are killing me.
- What are you doing?
- Some of us have to get up in
the morning
for our real jobs.
- Why don't you just stay, it's
- 'Cause I can't spend another
in this college dorm room.
- What do you think, I
like living like this?
- So do something about
- I'm trying.
- It's always the same story
with you.
- What does that mean?
- It means if you don't like
like a 33 year old man child,
it's probably time you
got a real fucking job!
I mean you have a hamster!
- What, I can't have a hamster?
I could have a dog, a cat,
but I can't have a hamster?
- You aren't any good!
If you haven't made it by now,
you're never gonna make it.
I'm just saving you years of
Someone should have told you
this already.
I'm sorry, but it's true.
- Hey mate.
Do you guys just mind keeping it
a little bit in here?
Richie's in there meditating.
Getting ready for round two.
Fuck me, I don't know if I have
it in me.
- No, no, no, no.
- Hi, Sean, it's mom.
Listen, I have a question for
would you call me back, love
- One.
A, A, A, A, A.
I, I.
- Let's fucking rob this bank.
- Oh.
- Go, go, go!
- I mean how could you possibly
I say end on a good one.
- Oh fuck, I'm late for
fucking class again.
Sorry, I'm sorry, sorry.
Sorry, sorry, sorry.
- Ah, Freddy, you're perfecting
the art
of being the last one out of
your trailer
and on the set.
Okay, let's go, who's first?
- I'm sorry.
- Why, why, why, why
did you do that to me?
- Yeah that's stupid!
- 10 bucks he argues his
I don't have 10 bucks but
it's a figure of speech.
- Yeah I get it.
- Because I made one stupid
I'm sorry!
I'm sorry.
- Good.
It's good.
- Thank you.
- It's pretty good, huh?
- Mhmm.
- What about you?
What were you doing?
- Well I knew that the subtext
of the scene was betrayal.
- Subtext, has anyone ever
heard me use the term subtext
in this classroom?
- I mean I just thought
that my character--
- Would you just
shut up for a while and listen?
- You wanna grab a beer?
- I can't man, I gotta get a
I gotta audition against
some 24 year olds tomorrow.
- Come on, man.
- I have to.
- Meet me after?
- Yeah, for sure.
- I gotta get one before work.
- All right, let's do it.
- Hey, Sean, how are you?
You wanna what?
- Come by the office.
- No, no, no.
Look kid, I am super busy right
I'm all jammed up over here.
Hey, hey, I'll be right there.
Tell him I'll be right there,
- Okay, what about next week?
I could come in next week.
- Next week?
No, look, I tell you what.
How about a month, month and a
I'll put you in the books
and we can get you going.
- Are you in the office right
- Of course I'm in the office.
What are you kidding me?
- Well I just thought
that it would be cool if
we're gonna work
together, maybe we should,
I don't know, get to know one
- You got a lot of integrity.
Not too many people
out here are like that.
I'll take care of you,
I'll get back to you
in about two months.
- All right.
- Jesus Christ, this guy.
I wish you'd just leave me
- I can't believe he
got a show.
- The guy in class?
- Mhmm.
- Got on a show?
- Yeah.
- Are you kidding me?
I'm gonna kill myself.
- All right, what's your deal?
- What?
- You sound a little
more suicidal than usual.
- Nothing, I'm fine.
All right I kind of
got into this little thing
with Becky last night.
- Oh here we go.
Gotta admit, man, never liked
- Never liked her?
- Never.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- 'Cause I'm pretty sure
the second you saw her
you told me you were in love
with her.
- I never said that.
- Yes you did.
You know what, just
forget I brought it up.
- Listen man, I'm sure
she's super sexy and all.
I've jerked off her like a
zillion times
but she is crazy.
- Why are you jerking
off to my girlfriend?
- You know, you guys fight all
the time.
And you never stand up for
yourself man,
you gotta have some backbone.
- Just stop, all right?
It's fine.
- Listen man, I'm your best
so I have to say this.
So here it goes.
You guys aren't good for each
No one likes her.
She likes Instagram
more than she likes you.
- Come on, she doesn't like
Instagram more than me.
Does she?
Does she care more about?
- Obviously.
- Oh, this is stupid, forget it.
You know what, it wasn't even
It was my roommate.
- What did he do?
- He's crazy.
He went into the bedroom
and he was choking out
and tazing his boyfriend
while they were having sex.
And then one of them pretends
he's dead.
It sounds a lot worse.
It was a stupid joke.
- Where'd you find this guy?
- Online.
I can't afford my own place.
Unless you want me to move
in with you and your mom.
- Yeah that's probably not gonna
Her boyfriend already wants me
You believe that?
- Kind of.
What happened with your
agent, you hear anything?
- No, haven't heard anything
- It's all right man, it'll
- Whatever, dude.
At this point I don't even care.
- Oh, all right.
Let's get out of here, I gotta
go to work.
- Ooh, serving sliders
to debutantes, how nice.
- Some of us pay rent, right?
We can't all live with mommy.
- That's fucked up, man.
I chip in.
- Do you?
- I chip in!
- You don't chip in.
- I chip in.
- Sean.
What's up, man?
- Hey.
What's up, Ethan?
- Just upsold table 22 on a
bottle of Perrier Jouet Vintage.
- Oh good, wow, that's great.
- Just took my som test, nailed
Already paying off clearly.
Don't worry about it, man.
You'll get there one day.
Come on, let's get out there.
- Not worried about it, Ethan.
- Great, yeah, I don't really
- Ladies, crazy salad skewers
with a balsamic reduction?
- Is it organic?
- I don't believe so.
- Is there a GMO in it?
- No.
- Is it local?
- Yes, it is local.
- It's local.
- Vegan cheese?
- No, it's real, real actual
Okay, well.
- I can't, sorry.
- What's that?
- What do I do with this?
- I don't know.
Can, yeah.
- All right,
did you eat it?
- Sorry.
- Hi, is there a problem with
the skewers?
- They're not organic.
- They're not for us.
- Yeah, understood.
Sean, can I have a word with you
Excuse us.
- I need a napkin.
I feel like it's just
on my face.
- Let's just go.
- Yeah please.
- What's going on with you,
Listen, I've been watching you
and I can't help but notice
that you're not chipping in.
- I think I chip in all the
- Okay, well great, I'm not
gonna argue with you, okay?
Because I'm not a micromanager,
it's not my style.
But when everyone else
on staff is kicking it
into high gear, you're not.
- Okay.
- Good, good, great.
So that means I'm not
gonna have to write you up
'cause I don't wanna do that
'cause we got better things to
like work and stuff?
- I'm sorry, now do you have
some kind
of a personal problem with me?
- Personal problem, no.
Sounds like HR stuff, okay?
This is strictly business.
- All right, whatever you say.
- There you go, exactly,
whatever I say.
You said it, not me, good.
- Should I go back to work?
- Yeah, you should go
back to work or whatever.
Better than work,
whatever you aren't doing.
Do it better.
- Yeah.
- Actually Sean, one last thing.
I noticed you've been
putting your silverware
on granite plates.
They need to be on marble
- Okay, no problem.
- And Sean,
if you could button up your top
that'd be great, all right?
- Okay.
- And let's look sharp.
Look good, feel good, right?
- Okay.
- Good.
- Other than that, we're all
good, right?
- Yeah, okay.
- Good, okay.
If I notice anything
else I'll come get you.
- I know you will.
- Keep your head on a swivel.
- Please do not hang up.
Your wireless account
is currently suspended
for non payment.
Please stay on the line
while we transfer you
to our financial service.
- What happened to you, man?
I thought you were gonna text
me when you get out of work.
- I know, yeah, I'm sorry.
My phone, I have shitty
service over there.
- Did you pay your bill?
- Yeah, I paid my bill.
- Closing in five minutes,
- Oh come on dude, we
just got a pitcher, man.
We're celebrating!
Oh come on.
- Celebrating, what are we
- So what's new?
- What's new?
What's new, what's new with you?
I don't know, nothing's new.
Are you gonna look at
me, or are you just--
- I'm sorry, now, I'm
sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
I'm blowing up right now.
Give me a second.
- Yeah, awesome.
All right, what's going on?
- Dude, you're not gonna believe
I booked that show.
- You booked it, what?
Why didn't you tell me you
booked it?
- I'm telling you now.
Crazy, right?
- Yeah I mean, when did it
- They called me today.
I can't believe it, man.
Series regular, Life Behind
season two, me.
I mean I've been busting
my ass for this, man.
You know I was busting my ass
for this.
- Congrats, man.
I'm happy for you, bro.
Happy for you.
So what happens now?
- We start shooting next week.
- Next week?
That's like, it's fast, right?
- Yeah but like they shot last
so it's all set up.
Once I get up there and I get
you gotta come up and visit,
Meet the cast, it'll be so cool.
- Yeah, of course man, I'll come
- Oh.
Dude, it's my mom.
I haven't told her yet.
I'll be right back.
Mom, it's Freddy.
Your son.
You called me, remember?
- Jimmy, stop it.
Oh, Jimmy.
- Look, I don't know
why you're freaking out.
Okay, nobody likes their
Besides, you can always move
back in with mom and dad.
- Ugh, I'd rather live in
a tent.
- Stop being ridiculous.
- Where's Lena?
- She's at school.
- D, she's looking at me kind of
I don't know if she likes me
very much.
- Don't be silly.
Her brain hasn't even
developed the sensations
between love and hate yet so
you're fine.
- Hate?
Who said hate, I didn't say
- You know what I mean.
- Oh my god, she hates me, I
knew it.
You know what, babies
they can sense that shit.
- Hey, watch your language.
Look, if you really wanna do
you need to put it out
there in the universe
that you are gonna be
Okay, that's what I've always
and it's worked for me.
Look, I have two beautiful
and I have a loving
husband who just came home.
Hi babe.
- Hey babe.
- Hey.
What's up David, how you doing,
- Jeez, you could hug your
for God's sakes.
Hi babe.
- Hey.
How's that,
- Acting?
- Right, yeah.
- It's good.
I had a couple of things last
and trying to get some stuff
going on.
- Oh good, I'll be inside.
- What?
- What's with this guy?
He can't give me a hug, a
- David's been really stressed
at work.
- Yeah I'm sure.
- So were you gonna go see
Freddy tonight?
I miss Freddy, he's like my
- Yeah, don't we all?
I don't know.
Maybe I shouldn't go.
- Why not?
- It's like his show, you know.
And it's new and it might be
weird, maybe.
- Don't go if it's gonna upset
- It's not gonna upset me.
Why would it upset me?
- Sean.
- Okay fine, I'm going,
he's all excited anyway.
Hey, I'm gonna go see Uncle
Freddy on TV.
Your older sister loves me.
I'm gonna kiss you
anyway 'cause I love you.
Mwah, I love you.
- Bye.
- Yeah.
- Hey you know you can
always stay in our guesthouse
if you need.
- I'm sure David would love
Nope, I'm gonna go to Skid Row,
my people.
Hey, excuse me.
I'm supposed to meet my friend
he's on the show.
- What's your name?
- Sean, Sean Reilly.
- Yeah.
I have got a Sean Reilly here
- Oh you know what, you
don't have to do that.
You know what, I'm gonna call
That's what I'll do.
- No, it's all right.
Let me see if I can figure this
- You know what, I'll probably
text him.
I don't wanna bother him.
Probably makes more sense that
way anyway.
- You ever been here before?
- No.
- Yo, Sean!
- Oh, what's up?
- What's up, man?
- Looks like we found him.
- Yes we did.
- All right, well nice meeting
- Nice meeting you too, thank
- Yo, you made it, dude, come
- Yeah dude, this is
- I know, totally bananas, man.
Yo, what's up Ahmir?
- Ah, what's going on,
my brother?
- How you doing,
good to see you.
Ahmir, this is my boy Sean.
- Hey Sean.
- Sean, this is Ahmir.
He's one of the regulars on the
- Yeah, yeah.
- Oh, shit, I forgot my phone.
I'll be right back guys,
give me one second.
- All right, man.
- So, you like writer's
assistant or, how does that?
- I'm staff.
I'm a series regular on the
- Oh, that's cool.
I didn't mean anything by it.
You look so young, it's awesome.
- Yeah, you just meant
that I look so young
that I probably can't read or
is that what you're saying?
Like a black man can't read or
or be on TV?
- No, no, man, I didn't mean
like that at all.
- Ha!
- God.
- I'm just, it's all good, man.
- What up?
- What up?
Sean, this is Jane.
- Nice to meet you.
- Hey, nice to meet you too.
God, you're so cute.
- Thanks.
- Jane was on the show for four
- Oh yeah, but I was only three.
I figure it doesn't count if
you don't remember it, right?
- Right, yup.
I say right too.
- So what do you do?
- Me, oh I don't know.
I do a lot of different things.
- Sean's an actor too.
- Sweet, what are you working
- I did a play not too long ago.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
- Oh, it's you know.
- That sucks.
- It's a play.
- Yikes.
A play.
- Yo.
- Yeah?
- Do you know who that is?
- Well.
- He was nominated for
an Oscar, Love Story?
You're an actor, you should know
- Yeah I know who it is, man.
He's the guest star on our show.
You wanna come meet him?
- No, dude.
I've never been this close
to a celebrity before.
I wouldn't even know what to
- Stop, come on man, let's go.
- I said "Why are you following
he says "Because I know who you
I said "You do, who am I?"
He said "You're Allie McGraw."
And you know I thought he was
joking and then I realized
no he's not joking.
He thinks I'm Allie McGraw.
- Oh no.
- And I'm not, you know.
- No, you're not.
- I lived.
- Hey, how you doing?
- Hi.
- Allie, I'm Freddy, nice to
meet you.
- Oh.
Oh, that's funny.
- Freddy is one of our new cast
- Nice to meet you.
This is my buddy Sean, too.
- Hey, Mr. O'neal, very nice to
meet you.
- Thank you, Sean.
- I know who you are.
Not in a weird or stalker way,
just like--
- No, no ,no.
- I'm a big fan, I
wanted to say, you know.
- I appreciate that, thank you.
Well you should stick around.
- Well I'm gonna get him
out of here right now
but it was nice to meet you
- Okay, you too.
Take care now.
- Good luck today.
- Oh, I gotta introduce you
to Bradley Mason Weatherman,
- Is that like a real name, or?
- Yeah dude, he's the shit.
Yo Bradley, what's up, man?
- Hey, what's up, man?
- How you doing?
- Good, man, how you doing?
Here baby, here, come on, trust
There you go.
- Yo, this is Sean.
- Yo, Steve, what's up player?
- Sean.
- Oh Sean, my bad, my bad.
Yeah, thanks man.
- Bradley's great grandfather
is like Hollywood royalty.
Basically developed and
made all the studios.
- Oh dude, come on.
- He's being modest.
- Okay, 75 percent.
Yeah dude we're gonna
have drinks at my place.
You should come by sometime, you
I'm just, for Freddy
being part of the show.
You know, he's family now, so.
- Not the real family.
You know, like the TV family
or like, not like real.
You know, not real,
real family love.
- What?
- Oh shit dude.
I'm sorry, I gotta go.
I got this clinger coming at me,
She's all over my nut sack,
She's like an Indiana five
but thinks she's a Hollywood 10,
you know.
But she's gonna come pick me up.
She's got some fancy car.
I think it's her dad's car.
Actually I think she's gonna
but who gives a shit,
I'm gonna go anyways.
I'll see you guys in a little
bit, huh?
- Take it easy.
That guy's a trip.
- Actually he talks a lot.
- Well he's crazy, man.
What, you don't like him?
- I have a famous family.
I don't have to work for
anything in my fucking life.
Oh, I can't even act but
I'm on a fucking show!
- Hey, not allowed in
- Sorry.
I'm leaving.
Just don't call the cops.
- Get the fuck out.
- No.
- Yo, yo.
- What's up?
- Hey, how are you man?
- What's up, you fucking devil?
Get this, have his drink.
- Come on, it's Tuesday night,
- What's wrong with you, man?
- No I'm not gonna drink.
I'm gonna go to bed.
- I don't take my clothes off.
I just do the webcam
thing with my underwear on
which is like a bathing suit.
And I have a rule.
I don't say the word baby
and I don't touch myself
because I think that's kind of
and a little bit narcissistic.
- But that's your job,
that's what you do for money?
- Yeah.
I mean it pays really good
But I'm trying to get out of it
'cause I wanna pursue what I,
you know,
what I came out here to do.
- And what's that?
- Well, I have two real passions
in life.
I wanna be a writer or a lion
- You wanna be a lion tamer?
- Yes.
- Like in the circus?
- Yeah, like the circus.
- Dean, Dean, Dean,
- Does anybody have a credit
- Wait.
- Look, I know you don't really
know us.
We don't frankly know
you that well either.
But we didn't take your fucking
bag, okay?
- Everyone needs to check
their pockets one more time.
- Pockets then, let me check
I don't have it.
- Can you check
Peruvian Gary Coleman's
fucking pockets please?
- He did already, that's
not fucking funny.
- It is funny.
- Everywhere, I don't know what
the fuck--
- Fine.
- We have our bag of blow.
They lost their bag of blow.
This crazy chick thinks
I fucking stole her blow.
- Man this fucking guard, he's
He hasn't checked his pockets,
It's in them, no one else took
- He fucking has it.
Go check his fucking pockets.
Someone check his fucking
Unbelievable, this is fucking
- You're unbelievable.
- You're a fucking buzzkill.
- I'm not playing around!
Give me the bag!
- What the fuck?
- Whoah, whoah, whoah.
Dee, Dee, Dee, Dee, Dee!
Put the gun down man.
Put the fucking piece down,
- It's fake, it's fake.
- Put it down, it's not real.
It's a fake BB gun.
- It's a fake gun.
- Put it down, put it
- That's not fucking
- Ah, you wanted to see me, come
- Yes.
- What's on your mind?
- I was kind of wondering.
Am I doing okay in class?
- Yeah.
You're doing fine.
- It's just I was wondering
if I should be progressing
at a faster speed.
Maybe I'm not on track?
- You let me worry about that.
You just worry about the work.
- I know.
- Everyone is different, Sean.
There's no rush.
Trust me, this is a lifelong
Stay committed, you'll be fine.
- It's just I wanna do better
and I think I could do better
and I'm used to like a little
bit more
of a player-coach relationship,
so if, maybe I need to be
pushed a little harder.
- Oh I see.
So you need me to coddle you
like a child.
- No.
No, Arthur, I didn't mean it
like that.
- Do the work, Sean, focus.
Single most important thing in
your life,
focus on your journey.
- Hey, sorry I'm late.
- Oh.
Class, this is our new student,
Annie, class.
Have a seat.
Let's go.
- And you're from Long
- I am, so are you, yeah.
- And where are
you from, what town?
- This small town East
- I'm from Bellmore.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Nobody says
that, wow, small world.
- Where did you go to
high school?
- I went to a Catholic
school, St. Matthews.
- Oh so you
probably know my brother.
- I don't know,
what year did he graduate?
- Oh, he didn't go
He went to Holy Cross, it's all
- Oh yeah, I know of Holy
I knew a couple guys but
no, it's been a while.
You wanna sit?
- Yeah, I wanted to ask
Did you play hockey by any
- Yeah, a little bit.
- You're Sean Reilly.
You definitely know my
brother, Rohan Sullivan.
- Oh my god, you're Rohan's
little sister?
I mean I didn't know him that
Like we played against each
other all the time growing up
but I didn't hang out with him.
- Yeah he hated you.
Specially after you beat him
in that scoring record thing.
- You knew about that?
- Oh yeah, he wouldn't
let it go for months.
He was pissed.
My dad too, ugh.
I used to go to all his games.
And what happened to you?
Do you still play?
- No.
What about you, I mean,
you are on set and then you
show up at my acting class.
Are you like stalking me?
- You wish.
- Maybe.
- I'm just kidding.
I work as a PA part time,
basically filling in
whenever they call me.
Then I work for a retail
store on the weekends
and now I'm taking class
which you obviously know.
And okay I will stop talking
- No, please, keep going, keep
- No, I think that's it.
- You gotta be kidding
- Nine a.m. on set,
12 p.m magazine interview.
Hashtag winning!
- So happy my friends
- Finally got to
marry the man of my dreams.
Feeling so hashtag blessed.
Hashtag can't wait, hashtag.
- I hate everyone!
- Yo, what's up, mate?
- You drank my orange juice
- No I didn't.
- Well, we're the only
two people that live here.
- And Richie.
- Richie doesn't live here.
- Well he's not
technically on the lease,
but you know.
I don't know mate.
I don't know what to tell
you, I didn't drink it.
- Okay, well I didn't drink it
so who did?
- I don't bloody know.
But there was a couple people
over here the other night.
Maybe it was the guy
that slept in your bed.
- So someone slept in my bed,
- Fuck me, I didn't know him.
- Why didn't you know him?
- Well he wasn't a friend of
We met him at a gig Richie and I
You know he was a bit of
a prick if you ask me.
- Then why was he
sleeping in my bed, Micky?
- I guess he was tired?
- Okay, new rule.
No one sleeps in my bed but me.
And no more using my computer,
It's my computer.
- But I can't use my own
computer, mate.
I got all my music on there.
I can't jeopardize the music.
- Well I'm sorry, you're
gonna have to figure it out.
- It's not gonna work.
Richie, he doesn't want me to
mix business with pleasure.
- Well, try to figure out some
other business pleasure
- Sean, I can't risk tossing
off on my own computer.
- Well you're gonna have to toss
on something else, okay?
I'm sorry, it's my
computer, that's it, mine.
- Richie's not gonna
be happy.
- This is good.
What up?
- Yo, finally.
Why do you like like you're
about to go
play bad golf somewhere?
- No, you said beach party.
- I said party at a beach house.
- So I look ridiculous.
- No, stop, you're fine.
- No!
- Come on, come on, you're fine.
You're fine, come on, let's go.
Come on.
- He's got a hot tub.
- Of course he has a hot tub.
- That must be nice.
Nice house.
Dude, these are Muhammad
Ali's actual boxing gloves.
They're signed.
- Yeah I told you, he knows
- Freddy my man!
- Yo, BMW, what's up bro?
- What up, playa?
- How you doing?
- Good to see you dude.
- Good to see you too man,
good to see you.
- Yo man, did you just get done
You look sharp, remember to
untuck that.
We got drinks for that anyways.
Everyone's in the back.
- Come on.
Come on.
- Yeah.
I'm good, this guy.
- This is like the best thing
you got.
- Ah yeah dude.
Come on it's fucking great.
- Hey you guys wanna do
some shots?
- Yeah, let's do it.
Yes, let's do shots!
Hey Sean, you got bartending
experience, right?
- What?
- Yeah, why don't you make
us a round of shots, huh?
We're thirsty.
- Shots!
- Shots!
I'm ready to get
after it.
It's so lit up!
- It's good stuff.
- Yeah we drink it all the time.
- I've never been here.
I'm not really sure where
everything is.
- It's on the table.
- It's on the table.
Even she knows.
- Is there a certain like
- The table in the kitchen.
Something dark and strong.
On behalf of our entire
twisted group of degenerates
at Life Behind Bars,
I officially wanna welcome
Freddy to our show.
And not just our show but the
- Hell yeah.
- Woo!
- Welcome to the big leagues, my
- Yes sir.
- Cheers, yo.
- Oh god.
- Woo, yes!
- All good, baby.
- So Sean.
How you and Freddy know each
- Yeah, how do you guys know
each other?
We haven't heard the whole story
or really any story at all.
- We actually grew up
together on Long Island.
And we moved out here
around the same time.
So I came out with my sister,
he came out with his mom.
- That's so interesting.
- Yeah we actually have
the same birthday too
and it's coming up pretty soon.
- Oh yes, so that's something.
That's some unique shit.
- So what do you have
planned for this year?
- This year, I mean.
God, a lot.
I mean I gotta get new
headshots, like for sure
like lot of people on me, gotta
do that.
I'm thinking this like, life
coach class.
I don't know if you guys ever
done that.
- What, no for his birthday.
What are you gonna do for his
- Oh sorry, I thought you were,
I mean I don't know.
I was thinking about maybe
getting him
Coachella tickets, he's never
- Coachella tickets, what?
Those were cool like five years
- Dude, take him to a
Kendrick concert, yo.
- What's up, are we ready to
- Yes, please!
- Let's do it, let's do it,
let's do it.
- Hey you know what, I'm gonna
take off.
- What?
Are you serious dude?
We're getting a table at
the club, you're coming.
- No, what, you guys go.
I don't need--
- Dude, you're definitely
coming, you're coming.
- I can't even get in, I don't
have shoes.
I'm wearing sandals.
- What are you talking about?
I got a free pair of shoes
at this gift thing I went to.
I don't even wear them.
What size are you, 13?
- I got you.
- Boom.
- Let's go dance!
Get drunk.
- We're doing it.
- All right cheers, come on.
We're doing it.
- I'm a 10.
- Cheers.
- Hey, there ain't no
puke, get off the carpet.
- I'm fucked up!
- Dude, cheers.
- You guys, get a bottle.
- Hey man, hey.
Hey, I think I'm gonna
get out of here, man.
- What, why?
- It's just, you know, it's not
my scene.
- Oh come on man, we're
We got a bottle, you
gotta stay, you're my boy.
- I know, I know man.
Have fun dude, I'll see you
- Promise me one thing.
- What?
- You're not going to see her,
- No, no man.
- Promise me you're not going to
see her.
- I promise, man, I promise.
I'll see you tomorrow, have fun.
- All right man, take it easy.
I love you brother.
- I love you too.
All right guys, I'll see you.
- Hey dude, real quick.
Sorry, can I get that 200 bucks?
- 200 bucks for what?
- Yeah it was for the drinks at
the house
and it's for the bottle,
and it's also for the blow.
It's all part of the package.
Just so Freddy doesn't have to
- Blow, I didn't do any blow.
- Oh no, yeah, it's just
I got a hookup dude,
so do you want some blow?
I have it right here.
- No, no, no, man.
I don't want any now, no.
It's not for me, man.
I gotta, I'm gonna go to sleep.
- What?
Well can I get the shoes back
- What?
No, I need the shoes.
Man, I need them.
- All right, tomorrow.
- Here's 180.
I have to get you 20
this week or something.
- Yeah don't worry man, I
know you're strapped for cash.
- No I'm not strapped.
I just, I got a different
- Whatever, I get it.
I get it.
You're strapped.
- Is this good?
- Oh shut up!
- I love you.
- Oh, more fucking than talking.
- Right, it's just that you
look so beautiful up there.
- Oh god, your dick feels so
- I'm glad we didn't have
trouble in the sex department.
- Oh, no we did not.
- Definitely helps in the makeup
- Oh, we're not making
- Oh god, it feels like we are
to me.
- No, no, this isn't makeup
sex, this is breakup sex.
- What?
- Oh god.
- Did you just break up with me
while I was inside of you?
- Oh I'm so close!
- Circles around her.
Oh my god.
He thinks that he prepared for
You know I could have
gone out last Friday.
The boys were going out.
And I said no, I gotta
practice for this stupid ass
expensive ass class!
- Sean?
- Give me a freaking break.
You know and he was just so,
he thinks he just knows
- Yeah.
- Annie!
- Are you okay?
- Oh my god, Annie.
Are you following me?
No, I'm having a dream.
Oh my god, I'm so happy to see
I'm having such a bad dream
right now.
- I don't think you're dreaming
right now.
- No, no because you're always,
you're showing up
everywhere and it's a dream.
Everybody, it's a dream, bad
no need to worry about it.
- Shush.
- Just a dream.
- So that's the acting studio
and I just came from rehearsal.
- What if it's a dream within a
within another dream?
I'm in a dream.
- Why don't we go get you
another drink?
- Another drink?
- Yeah.
- Let's get another drink.
Oh, thank you.
This doesn't have any alcohol in
- I think you've had enough for
one night.
- So this is your place of
employment huh?
It's nice, it's cozy.
- Yeah, it's okay.
It has its perks, I guess.
So what happened?
- Let's just say
I went in as her boyfriend
but I didn't come back out the
same way.
- Oh, that's maybe too
much information for me.
- Yeah she broke up with me
while I was inside of her.
Like mid inside lay,
- Wait, while
you guys were having sex.
- During.
- Mid?
- Inside.
You got it.
- Wow.
I can honestly say you're the
first person
I've ever met who
got broken up with like that.
- Thanks.
- I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to be insensitive.
- It's silly.
It's my life, it's just silly.
Can I ask you something?
- Only if you tell me why you're
those awful looking shoes.
- You don't like them?
- Why do you own those?
- I don't.
But they're my dancing shoes.
- Please stop.
- Who has three names?
Bradley Mason Weatherman?
- That can't be his real name.
- Apparently it is.
Oh my god.
Am I a terrible friend?
- No, you're not.
It must be hard to watch your
best friend
go through that.
Come on, your best friend is on
a TV show.
You should be excited and happy
for him.
It doesn't happen everyday.
And it isn't gonna last forever.
I'm sorry, I have to go.
- It's okay.
- I have to wake up really early
Sure you don't want a ride?
- No, I'm okay, I'm good.
I'm like totally in the other
- Okay.
- I'll just call a Lyft.
Thank you though.
- Last chance.
- I'm okay.
- All right.
I guess I'll see you in class?
- Yeah.
- Glad I ran into you tonight.
- Me too.
And thank you for the talk.
It helped, so.
- You're welcome.
Maybe we can go to a Kings game
I've never been.
- Um yeah, sure.
- Okay, cool.
- Bye.
- Yo, what's up man?
You look like shit.
- Thanks.
- Oh, so I was talking to the
guys, man.
Looks like we're gonna be
having that conversation
with the cast at your bar after
You sure you're cool with that?
- Yeah, yeah, it's cool.
- Why don't you switch with
so you can hang out with us,
It'll be fun.
- You know what, dude, I
really need the money now
so I'm just gonna work it.
- All right man.
Just sucks you can't hang out.
- I know, but it's not a big
deal, so.
- Okay.
What's wrong man, are you sick?
- What?
- Are you sick?
- No, I'm just, had a rough
- I thought you went home.
- Yeah that was the
plan, and then you know
some unexpected things happened.
- You saw Becky, dude.
- No.
- You did.
- No.
Okay yeah, but don't get mad,
- Dude, you're unbelievable,
- It's not what you think.
- Would it have killed you to
hang out?
Would it have killed you?
I invited you out with my
Would it have killed
you to hang out with us?
You lied to me man, for nothing,
for her!
- I was trying to fix shit,
and then she broke up with me.
- Whatever, man.
- All right?
- Whatever dude, I gotta work.
- Well come on Freddy,
- Bullshit.
- Freddy!
- I mean how do you tell someone
you love
you gave them gonorrhea?
- Gonorrhea's no big deal, man.
Everyone gets gonorrhea.
It's like the chicken pox.
- No it's not.
- Cut.
Is that a cellphone?
- I'm so so sorry.
I'm turning it off right now.
I'm sorry, I'm so sorry.
- Uh-huh, okay.
All right everybody, we're gonna
go again.
Can we all please turn our
fucking cellphones off?
Okay, settle in guys, okay?
Drop right back into it, that
was great.
- How do you tell
someone you love
you gave them gonorrhea?
- Its not a big deal.
Everyone gets gonorrhea,
it's like chicken pox.
- No it's not.
- Cut, cut!
What the fuck, is that
a fucking cellphone?
- It's not me, mine's--
- I'm hearing marimba!
- Mine's off, it's off.
- Jesus Christ,
can somebody please?
- Off.
- Get this guy off set, guys.
I don't want him in here.
- Look, it's off, man.
Seriously, are you seriously
gonna make me leave?
- Come on, it's not my
you don't know how to behave on
set, pal.
- Oh, I'm sorry pal.
I mean seriously, like, is this
even old enough to vote?
- Just leave, Sean.
I'm trying to work, man.
- Yeah dude, maybe it's time to
- Is it time to go, huh?
- Yeah, it's time to go.
- Fine well I'm going
not 'cause you said so
or 'cause you said so.
'Cause I said so.
Uh huh.
- What the fuck?
- I'm sorry about that, he won't
be back.
It's my fault.
- Yeah, no.
No, no ,no,
on the no list.
Okay, cool, shows over.
- Right there.
Maybe there's a bump there.
I'm just gonna make the
Put it there, mountain's
All kinds of shapes and colors.
There, you're restricted
only by your imagination.
That's good.
Just right over right there.
Scrape off all the excess paint
I'm just really using firm
- Hello, this is Annie.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- It's Sean.
- Oh, Sean.
- Yeah, Sean.
Did you want to,
do you wanna grab a drink or
- Hello?
- Hello?
Hello, are you there?
- Yeah, let's do it,
sounds fun.
- Really, okay, yeah.
- Okay.
- All right, bye.
- Whoah.
You have a hamster.
- Uh yeah, I know.
Oh god, it's bad, right?
It's like those cat guys, only
- What are you talking about?
I like it.
- Yeah?
- I used to have one when I was
a kid.
- Me too.
That's why I keep him around.
Kinda reminds me of my
childhood a little bit.
Right Jimmy?
- Totally underrated pet.
- I know, right, that's
what I always said.
- Okay.
- Okay.
So do you have to like,
wake up in the morning
like early or anything?
- Yeah.
I have work at seven a.m.
- I mean you could go if you
want to.
If you had to go.
- Do you want me to go?
- No, no, I just mean,
like I mean if you wanted to go
and get a good night's
sleep in your own bed,
I would totally understand.
- I can just go to work
from here, I'm cool.
- Okay.
- Are you cool?
- Yeah, totally, yeah.
Why wouldn't I be cool?
- Sean, honey, hi, listen.
Some bank called here.
Not sure if it's a scam or not.
Do you have any outstanding
credit cards?
Anyway, call me back.
Love you, bye bye.
- Hey, you've reached
I can't come to the phone right
'cause I'm sleeping!
- Hey, what's up, it's me.
I'm just checking in.
Haven't heard from you in a
little while.
Just wanted to see how you're
I know you're busy with
the show and everything
and you got a lot going on, so,
I did wanna say I'm sorry
about the other day.
That was stupid, I was hungover
and just being an idiot, so.
But I also met someone
and she works on your show
so that's kind of why I'm
calling too
'cause I want you to know.
Just getting everything
out there in the open.
Yeah, so I don't know, dude.
Give me a call when you can, all
- I don't understand
why we have to baby around.
- Fuck Richie, we just need to
tell him.
- Okay fine, tell him, I don't
- Sean, can you come in here?
- Look, I just wanna
talk about the backstage
with all LEDs.
- We talked about the LED
Are we talking about me
coming down onto the stage,
we're already there.
- That's fine.
Just gotta dial it in.
- Well dial it in, man.
- Have you talked to Sam Poncho?
- Sam Poncho knows.
- What's up?
- Well, we're hitched to fit,
- I don't know what that means.
- We're gonna do it man,
the whole bloody thing.
Ring, the church, moon in the
- The honeymoon.
- We're gonna do it
all, babe.
- So you guys are getting
- Well you're focusing on the
wrong thing.
- Just the minor details,
'cause really it's all part
of the whole travel plan.
- Oh.
You guys are gonna kill me.
I would love to be in your
just, this isn't a good
time for me right now.
I got a lot of stuff going on.
- Yeah, about that.
- We actually are just,
- We're gonna keep it like
more friends and family.
- It's kind of a smaller
- 'Cause it'll only be fair.
We have so many friends
and we have to invite everybody
and my aunt Martha would wanna
and it's just, I don't know.
- Okay so what are you saying?
- You know when our
went through the fucking roof?
- Two million views our first
- So we signed new management
and we're actually gonna
be opening at Tomorrowland.
- Belgium!
- Germany.
- Switzerland.
Where else are we going?
- Southeast Asia.
- Oh I love sushi.
- Wait, Micky, I don't
- I can't fucking believe it
Just, I feel like I'm dreaming.
But hard work, it seems like it
pays off.
- I am so happy that we
kept that original hook.
- When the fucking side chain
kicks in.
Are you dancing next to
Are you dancing next to
Are you dancing next to
Are you dancing next to
- Micky, Micky, Micky, Micky.
We have a lease, Micky.
- Look, it's just month to
- No, it's not month to month
'cause you don't even really
live here.
- Well actually, technically,
no one lives here anymore.
- Technically.
- Micky, you can't.
You gotta give me notice.
I mean you can't just
drop this on me like--
- Well mate, life, love,
it just kind of happens.
It just drops in.
That's the way it goes.
- Yeah it'll all work itself
Look, we've already
taken care of the lease.
You have till the end of the
- It's the end of the month,
It is the end of the month.
- Oh right, 'cause I had
my colonic on the 23rd,
right, yeah, you're right.
- We love you, Sean.
- No you don't.
- Hey.
It's me again.
Look, I don't know what happened
to you.
I hope I didn't scare you off.
I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have gotten
you those hockey tickets.
I didn't mean to push it on you.
Thought it might help.
Well, I don't know what else to
I wish you could talk about
So call me if you want or don't.
And if you don't then I'll take
the hint.
I'll just see you in
class then or something.
Okay, I'll stop annoying you
- Who?
- It's Ben.
- It's Ben.
Of course it is.
- That's it?
- I thought we were only
to take it to that point.
- Why on earth would you think
- Well that's what everyone else
is doing.
- Everyone here needs to get
This is it, we're coming
into the home stretch
and I'm not gonna be here
to tell you to finish your
goddamn scene!
You should know better.
You should know better!
I expect more from you!
Why didn't you finish the scene?
This is unacceptable.
In class and in life.
Now get me someone up
here who wants to work.
- Hey.
- What?
- I just wanted to see if you're
I tried calling you.
- I'm fine.
- Sorry, I just thought that--
- Well you thought wrong.
I don't need you checking in on
or getting me to like hockey
or whatever it is you're doing,
- What are you talking about?
I was just trying to help you.
- Well don't.
- I thought something was there.
- It's not, okay?
I'm sorry.
- I don't understand.
Why are you doing this?
- I'm not doing anything, okay?
I shouldn't have strung you
I'm sorry, it's just
not working, all right?
Don't make me feel bad about it.
It's official.
My life's over.
- No it's not.
- Yeah it is.
It's okay, you know what?
I want it to be over.
- You know things could be
You could be moving back to New
- Yeah that's true.
- Hungry?
Is this your suitcase?
- Yeah.
- Hi baby.
- Oh, you told mom?
- Yeah, she was worried about
- Honey, look, I know that I
usually come
just on your birthday, but,
I'm gonna stay as long as
you need for me to stay
while you get your shit
- All your shit together.
- Great.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Oh we're gonna have so
much fun.
- I'm just gonna get set up over
You guys keep,
no I'm exciting.
- Where are you going?
Where are you going, no, no,
I have things to tell you.
- Hey Sean, Gary here.
So it looks like they're not
gonna go
any further with you with that
They said that you did a good
but they found somebody much
All right?
Just keep your head up kid,
keep doing what you're doing.
Talk to you soon.
They say this city's made of
But I don't buy that anymore
I'd say you're getting pretty
To keep banging on every door

All my friends are doing good
Sad to see them on the big
- Too many buttons.
Where's the dimmer, what's this?
Come on.
How you doing, buddy?
Jimmy, come on.
Can I get you some champagne,
- Come on Sean, really?
- Well, I mean come on dude.
I didn't know if you're still
mad at me
or remember what I looked like.
- I'm not mad at you.
- You sure?
I mean you don't call, you
don't write, you don't text.
- I know man, I'm super sorry
about that.
I've just been like so busy with
the show.
There's all this press stuff.
It's just a lot, man.
I'm sorry, but we gotta hang
- Yeah, no, that makes sense.
Are you okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
Are we good?
- Yeah, yeah, always, man.
- Cool.
- Sorry, I just.
- No, it's fine.
- I'm losing it a little,
you know.
- Hey guys.
How you doing?
- Uh, good.
- You have a good time?
- Yeah.
- Good, good, good, I'm
glad, glad to hear it.
Can I borrow you for a sec?
- Sure, yeah.
- What the hell do you
think you're doing?
- I'm passing champagne, Ned.
- No, no schmoozing with the
You were literally hugging him.
It's a strict violation
of the employee handbook.
You know that.
- Look.
- Hey man, table seven is
pissed, man.
They haven't gotten their drinks
- Really?
- Don't worry, I took
care of it for you, okay?
- Thank you.
- Wow.
- Thank you for that.
- Top notch here, huh?
- All right, Ned, look.
He's my best friend, okay?
I've known him since grammar
- I don't care, not tonight.
You're an employee, he's a
guest, okay?
I'm gonna have to write you up
for this.
- Are you fucking kidding me,
- Oh wow.
I'm gonna pretend that I didn't
hear that
or else I'd have to write you
up for insubordination too.
Do you understand that?
- Yeah.
- Are we clear?
- Yeah.
- Are we clear?
- Clear, Ned.
- Good.
- Yes, thank you, thank you.
We're very excited.
So you know I've seen a
lot of shows in my day.
And I can say with
confidence that this group
is very, very special.
And I would like to begin with
who needs no introduction.
Bradley Mason Weatherman,
So Bradley.
I know that your career
has spanned many many shows
at this point.
- Yeah.
- What would you say
makes this show different?
- Oh wow, throw me a tough
right out of the gate.
Well first of all I'd like to
just say
thank you to my Lord
and Savior Jesus Christ.
If it weren't for him,
I don't know where I'd be.
Respect to these guys, this
cast and crew was one of a kind.
Maybe one of the best
I've ever worked with.
- Speaking of the amazing cast,
I know you have a new
member now, Freddy James.
So tell me about Freddy.
What has he brought to the
- Well one, quick-witted.
And just look at that smile,
he's charming
and that's the sweetest
character on the show.
And charming funny dude.
And I think with all the
hard work that we've put in,
it's his birthday.
We haven't even acknowledged his
- Happy birthday Freddy,
- And since he's done such an
amazing job,
I decided to, well I heard
you're a huge music fan.
So I decided to go out and get
two VIP tickets to Coachella
and they're gonna helicopter
us in, it's catered,
no it's paid for, it's gonna be
Yes, happy birthday my man.
Happy birthday.
- True friends are great in
To friendship.
- Sure is.
My pleasure, yeah.
- Are you kidding
me dude, I told you that.
That was my idea!
- Oh we don't need
drinks dude, we're good.
- Sean.
- You are a conniving little
prick, are you serious?
- Sean.
- What?
- Stop.
- Stop?
Stop what?
Stop pretending that this pretty
isn't a complete overacting
douche bag?
That he hasn't had to work for
in his precious little life?
- Sean, what is wrong?
- What's wrong with me?
What's wrong with you?
Look around you, Freddy.
Are you kidding me?
Do you even know any of these
Have you seen a group of
more self-righteous assholes
on the entire planet?
Am I losing my mind?
- Sean.
- Let me tell everybody
about Mr. Bradley Mason
Mr. Tan.
- Sean!
- What?
- What are you doing?
- Ned, fuck off.
- You're fired.
You're fired.
- That's a surprise.
No, don't take my microphone.
Don't take my microphone,
it's my microphone.
- Come on,
give me the microphone.
- No, no!
You're not getting my
Well guys, that's all the
time I have for tonight.
Thank you.
- Really?
Yo Sean, fuck you.
- Really!
- Are you okay?
- Dude, I'm so sorry bro.
- Is it bad?
Can't watch this jealousy oh
Don't want me happy
Just won't be mean
Our friends are already
Made sure I weep
I just wanna be free
- Oh, hey David, good morning.
- Why is it that your sister
to support you with my money?
- Oh, I know.
But, no technically, I
don't think I'm costing you
any more money 'cause,
I mean the couch is here
already so I'm just,
you know I'm just sleeping on
David, I'm really grateful that
you're letting me stay here.
I know it's,
- Right.
- Not easy to.
But I'm happy to have a
that loves me.
'Cause you're so perfect!
- Sean!
- What?
- What the hell do you think
you're doing?
- Ned, fuck off.
- Sean.
- You know, you're fired!
- That wasn't good.
Well guys, that's all the
time I have for tonight.
- Can I have my iPad back?
- Oh god, what is that?
Sean, what the hell is this?
This is like a meth den in here.
It smells like urine or
from that Breaking Bad show.
Oh god, this is exactly how it
Sean, would you wake up?
This is not okay!
- No, mom, could you not do
- You cannot sleep!
It's two p.m. in the
afternoon for God's sakes.
What are you doing, are you on
- Mom, I'm not on drugs.
- Yes, yes you are on
- Mom, I'm not on,
- Did you take quelutes?
- Mom, I'm not on drugs.
- Did you take some Mary Jo?
- What?
- What is it that you took?
- Mary Jo?
- 'Cause this is so not you.
I am not gonna have my
granddaughter around a druggie,
do you understand that?
- Mom.
- Not for a second.
All right.
This is what's gonna happen.
You're gonna get up
and you're gonna take a shower
and I am going to fix you
something to eat, okay?
- Mom, I don't wanna eat.
- Oh yes you are gonna eat.
- I already ate!
- And you're gonna eat
what I give you, do you
Not this crap.
And if you wanna throw it up
then you throw it up.
And I don't know what
you're doing with this.
That looks like a big
druggie item right here.
Lots of liquid.
What do they have in here,
- Ma, it's bubbles.
- No it's not.
I'm taking this.
That is disgusting, that's all I
can say.
I don't even know what's
in here, all right.
So I want all of this to
be fixed in 10 minutes.
Do you hear me?
Wash your face, your hair, and
down there.
Happy birthday, sweety.
- Mom, who's gonna eat all this
- Well we'll give some to the
- The neighbors don't want
my leftover birthday cake.
- Why wouldn't they want
your leftover birthday cake?
It's sweets, it's sugar, they
love cake.
- Mom, this is embarrassing.
I'm too old for this.
- No you're not.
You're the perfect age.
- Mom, I'm 30 years old, this is
- You're not 30, you're 34.
Pretty sure you're 34.
Look it, I wrote happy 34th
Come on, I know you're 34.
- Thanks for reminding me.
- What's going on, Sean
- I don't know, mom, I don't
You know, I have no job,
I have no girlfriend.
I have no best friend,
I have no place to live.
I have no career, no purpose in
You know mom, just the usual
- So you're gonna feel sorry
for yourself, aren't you?
- Why can't you ever just
tell me you understand?
Why don't you just say
"Sean, you know what,
"this really sucks."
- You know why, because it's
not gonna make a difference.
It's not gonna change anything,
- Just lie to me, mom.
Just tell me the world sucks
and everything's gonna
be okay or something.
- Sean.
We live in America.
Do you know how lucky we are
we don't live in some third
world country
where people wake up and they
don't know
if they're gonna eat or
what they're gonna eat
or if it's gonna make
them sick and diseased?
They don't have any shoes, no
running water, no healthcare.
Can you imagine?
Look at what you have, we've got
We've got so many wonderful
people in our lives.
And we love you very much
even if you don't always love
Your father and I,
do you think that being married
to him
all these years has been easy?
It hasn't.
No, we've had our ups and downs,
We don't tell you kids
but we stuck through it
because we know how important it
and we know how much we loved
each other.
One of us did stray though.
- Mom, what?
- I'm not gonna say who it is.
- No, don't tell me that.
- I am not, I'm just saying
that it wasn't that easy.
I'm trying to make a point.
So there.
Look, make a wish,
blow out the candles
and let's have some birthday
Come here, I love you.
- I love you too.
- You will always be my baby.
And mommy's gonna be here.
- I know.
- No matter how old you get
your mother's always gonna
be here to take care of you.
All right, make a wish, come on.
Happy birthday
Happy Freddy
- Hey dude, haven't
talked to you, obviously.
You know that.
I guess we're just not talking
So just wanna call and
say happy birthday to you.
- Sean, it's Dana
and I need you to call me back.
I need to talk to you,
okay, it's important,
call me back.
It was when he went in the
He left his phone on the
And it was unlocked.
And his texts are like blowing
I'm like, go over and see who it
like it might be work
or something important.
- Okay?
- It's like disgusting.
It was like some whore from his
And I'm like scrolling up like
the phone
and it's like his dick and like
dick pics
and like videos of him jerking
- What?
- Like just so gross.
- Oh god.
- I'm just like, how
do you do that to someone?
- I'm sorry.
- It's so bad.
- Hey, you have to go.
- What time is it?
- Six a.m.
- Then why are you waking me up?
- Because I've got a nail
appointment before work
and I can't be late.
Can we go now?
- Okay.
Ugh, god.
Oh god, couldn't you just
let me sleep a little longer?
- Excuse me?
You do realize that I let you
stay here,
I'm not happy about it either,
trust me.
- I'm just a little hung over.
It's my birthday, you can
cut me some slack, you know.
- Happy birthday.
- Thank you.
- Now, be happy, say thank
you, take the coffee and go.
- No.
- No?
- No.
- No what?
- I have let you emotionally
abuse me for way too long.
- Emotionally abuse you?
You're such a pussy.
- I don't need this shit.
I don't need you.
You think because you're
you get away with whatever you
You could treat people bad
to make yourself feel better?
What, you have 100,000
Instagram followers,
it's pathetic, okay?
'Cause I know the truth.
You don't have any girlfriends,
why do you think that is?
And the only guy friends you
they just wanna fuck you.
Come to think of it, it's
probably the only thing
that you're good at.
Fucking out of here.
- Hey it's Annie.
Can't get to the phone right
Leave a message.
- Annie, it's Sean.
Call me back.
- Hi Sean, it's your mom.
Oh gosh it is just raining
cats and dogs here.
Anyway, call me back.
- Hey Annie,
it's Sean, gimme a call
when you get a chance.
- That may have been
your best work so far.
Nice job, well done.
- Annie, it's Sean again, call
me back.
Call me back, call me back, call
me back.
I couldn't help but notice
that every time I call you
it goes right to voice mail.
- Oh my gosh, why do you think
that is?
- I don't know.
I would think you were maybe
ignoring me.
Come on, let me make it up to
- Yeah.
- Fuck you.
- Sean, Gary here.
Haha, I got some good news for
You're on avail, that
means you're on hold.
For that part that you
put yourself on tape for
a couple of months ago.
I don't know, the part was I
think Marcus.
Anyway, that's something.
Give you some hope, my man.
- Excuse me, do you think
these will make my butt fat?
- Yo dude, can I talk to you
real quick?
No, I just need two seconds.
- How'd you even find me, man?
- Annie told me where you were.
- Listen, stay away from that
She's a nice girl.
She doesn't need you trying
to fuck her in a helicopter.
- Dude, I'm not trying
to fuck her, all right?
- What?
- We can't find Freddy, all
The execs are freaking out,
the premiere's tonight, I'm
he's not answering my phone
He's not answering his
agent's phone calls.
We don't know what to do!
I'm trying to find him.
My car's right here and I need
your help.
I'm worried about the guy.
- No.
- Listen, I don't know why
Freddy's all upset, dude.
The studio was mad at me, not at
If anything, I'm the
one that's fucking up.
- Well, you know you
guys are such close pals,
I don't know what to tell you.
- Listen dude, I'm sorry about
what happened back there.
You know, I shouldn't have
gotten him
those Coachella tickets.
That was stupid on my part.
- You know what, maybe how
about we don't talk, okay?
- Yeah, this is just, I just
- Would you just shut up?
Just shut up, man!
- Hey you've reached
I can't get to the phone right,
- Still not picking up.
- You know it's just I
don't have any friends.
I don't have any like real
Like people only hit me up
because they want something
either from me or my parents,
you know.
I just thought that Freddy and I
actually really connected.
I thought we were just
like, you know, boys,
that we got along together.
- Bradley, look at me, dude.
Honestly, I don't care, okay?
I don't care, I don't feel bad
for you.
- Whoah dude, I'm a mess, man.
I've been taking every drug
under the sun.
I've been banging just
a bunch of random chicks
without a condom.
Oh I got this weird ass rash on
my junk.
You wanna see it?
- No, what?
What's wrong with you?
- I don't know dude,
I'm just, I'm pathetic.
And even at the Q&A panel.
Your video went viral.
And it got all the viewers
just a little sliver
of me, this little huh.
I mean I'm the star.
- You might be the most
narcissistic person
I've ever met in my whole life.
You're a sociopath.
- What?
Stop calling me!
- I know, but it's an emergency.
- Yeah, that's what you keep
texting me.
What's the problem?
- I can't find Freddy and I was
if you know where he is.
- You know, for a split second
I thought you were
actually gonna apologize.
- I'm sorry, I just,
you haven't seen him by
any chance, have you?
- No, asshole.
Why don't you try Find
My Friends or something?
- Okay.
- How'd that go?
- Not good.
Not good.
You didn't try Find My Friends
by any chance, did you?
- No, I don't have it in my
contacts, no.
- Really, that's so weird.
I thought you guys were friends.
I thought you'd be on,
you know, you're like connected
on everything, looks like.
All right, I got him, jeez.
Looks like we're going to the
- All right, desert it is.
Should we pick up some drugs?
It's a joke.
We'll get Red Bulls.
- Don't come with me, stay in
the car.
- Leave me alone, man.
- What are you doing?
- I'm smoking myself to death.
- Oh come on.
You know that's not possible.
If it was, we would've
did it in high school.
- Doesn't mean I'm not gonna
try, man.
- What's going on man, talk to
- I can't fucking do this, man.
- Do what?
- The show, I can't do the show!
- What are you talking about?
- I'm not cut out for this, man.
There's too much pressure.
I'm no good under pressure.
- You're doing it great,
everybody loves you.
- No, I'm not doing great!
I'm doing horrible, I'm
freaking out, man, look at me!
Every day is planned out.
Everything I do, all day long.
Everyday the network execs are
and they're watching everything
that I do,
every day I have to be on, man.
And Bradley, he's a fucking
mess, man.
He's always on fucking drugs
or he's like late on set,
he doesn't know his lines
or he's coming down from the
night before.
Guess I just thought
it was gonna be easier.
It wasn't supposed to be this
- I mean it's weird, it's a
crazy thing.
I mean it's,
it's change, right, change is
That's probably why
you're super overwhelmed.
This is what you worked
really hard for, you know.
This is what you wanted, man.
I'm really sorry I haven't
been around, you know.
I was acting like a jealous dick
and I'm really sorry.
- It's not that, man, it's just,
I'm sorry man.
I was even a bigger dick.
Like, I tried to fit into
this Hollywood bullshit.
It just turned me into
an even bigger asshole.
- Pretty sure I'm the
- Maybe I should just quit.
- Quit, you can't, no man.
You can't quit, you're not
qualified to do anything else.
How are you gonna quit?
- We got picked up for a third
- That's great, what are you out
freaking out for?
- They're moving us to New York.
- What, the show?
- Yeah I have to move to
New York to be on the show.
- All right, well, I
mean it's not permanent.
- I like it out
here, man, I hate the snow.
- Yeah, but you
know, maybe it'll be good,
it'll be different, you know?
- What if I can't hack it, man?
- You'll be fine, you're
talented, dude.
All right, and everybody,
everybody gets to see it now.
What am I always telling
you, huh, in high school?
What did I always say?
- Freddy, don't fuck my sister.
- No, come on, besides that.
- Freddy, you're a natural.
- Yeah, because you are, man.
You are, this shit comes
easy to you, you know.
Look dude, you are gonna shoot a
TV show
on the streets of New York City.
I mean dude, that was the dream,
come on.
Regardless man, I don't know
about you
but I've never been to a
premiere before.
So I'm going to this
thing with or without you.
- You can't get in without me.
- Well that might be true
but I still have an invitation.
- All right, I'll go.
On one condition, you gotta do
me a favor.
- What?
- Will you turn your phone off?
- Oh my god.
- God, I can't have you
embarrassing me.
- Are you serious with this?
- I can't have you embarrassing
me again.
- You didn't even help me.
The second time wasn't even my
- Embarrassed me though.
- Unbelievable.
- Sorry.
- All right, come on,
let's get out of here,
what are you doing here?
- I don't know.
- How'd you even get out
here, man?
- Uber.
- You Ubered to the
What's wrong with you?
It must be nice.
By the way, your boy
Bradley's in the fucking car.
- Oh great.
- Hey.
- Oh hey.
- Why aren't you inside?
We thought we were late.
- Oh no, they're running behind,
I think.
- Okay.
Hey, Bryce, this is my friend
- Hey.
- What's up, Sean?
I'm Bryce.
How are you?
- Hi.
Good, nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you too.
- Sean's friends with Freddy
who's on the show.
- Ah, Freddy.
Yeah he's fine.
- He is.
- Um hey, could you give us a
- Yeah, sure.
- Seems nice.
- It's not what you think.
- No, I think it is, it's okay.
- You really hurt me.
- I know.
- Really bad.
And I don't know what it is.
It's new if that makes
you feel any better.
- It doesn't but it's okay.
- Don't do that.
- It's okay, I know how this
- That's not fair.
- You're right.
Look, I'm sorry.
I'm really sorry.
I was an asshole and that was
uncalled for
and I shouldn't have
treated you like that.
You don't deserve it.
You deserve to be happy.
I want you to be happy.
And for whatever it's
worth, I really liked you.
And I was just too scared to
tell you.
- Annie, we should get going in
- Okay.
I'll see you in there?
- Yeah.
I'm gonna walk in.
I'll probably stay in the back.
- Nice meeting you man.
- See you.
- Later.
- Sean.
- David?
- So, I'm sure you've
heard what's going on.
- Yeah.
- Well, there's two sides to
every story.
Remember that.
Your sister will come around.
- Hey David?
I never liked you, man.
No one does.
Good luck.
- So I guess this is it, man.
- Yeah.
- I don't know what I am.
I guess I'm excited.
- Hey, Freddy.
- Oh yeah, hey thanks.
I guess that's me, man.
- It's gonna be good, it's gonna
be good.
- I love you, man.
I'll miss you.
- Good luck, all right?
- Yeah man, it'll be good,
it'll be good, it'll be good.
It'll be good, it'll be good.
It'll be good.
- I got you bro.
- Hey, thanks, man.
We could find another
night to worry about self
- Hey don't forget me
when you're out there.
- Never.
- Yeah you say that now.
- Come on, seriously?
- Just go, go, go go.
I mean it's just a little
The way that you hold me
You belong to somebody
- Look at his dirty hat.
So did Freddy leave?
- Yep, Freddy's gone.
- What am I gonna do?
- What are we gonna do?
I think we'll be okay.
I hope so.
- I hope so too.
What are those birds, do you
- Seagulls.
- You're right.
- Where are they going?
- Breeze!
- They all go to food.
- What?
All the food?
- Are they gonna
eat your French fries?
- No way.
This is not some masterplan
These are only circumstances
Even though I wonder at them
They're all I think I
My arms are stretching out
All my fingers reaching in
Reaching for you and holding
Reaching for you and holding
Try just to hold, hold on
Try just to hold, hold on
Try to hold, hold on
Try to hold, hold on