DriverX (2017) - full transcript

Skidding into middle-age, a stay-at-home dad must drive for an Uber-like rideshare company (DriverX) to help support his working wife and two young daughters. But low pay and wild LA nights put an even greater strain on his marriage.

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Leonard Moore.

- Yeah.
- Walk this way.



I'm here for the, uh,
the online management position.



Cool, man.
Uh, let's go. Alright?

Um, how do you see
music's impact on social media?

Music's impact on social media.

Uh, well, wouldn't that be

uh, social media's impact
on... on music?

It works both ways.

Well, uh...

When somebody shares a song
on, uh, Facebook... know, that would change
its, uh... would change
its analytics.

Like, if someone
is... is... is sharing a song

then the, uh, the users,
or... or rather Facebook

would, um, be changing
its format

you know, to be, uh,
more... more music oriented.

Mm, no.

But that...
that was a cool answer.

Cool. I like it. But, no.

Like, let's take for example
the acronym YOLO.


YOLO, you only live once.

Hashtag YOLO from Drake's song.

I mean,
people were emailing YOLO

signing off texts with it.

Its proliferation
on social media was so voracious

that suddenly
the meanin' flipped.

Instead of representing
cool people and cool events

it was suddenly hashtagged
by stupid people, stupid events

and it was, like, oh, my God.

Why are old people
using YOLO?

I did not mean
that to be rude or offensive...

- Oh, no, no, no.
- In any way.

I love everyone no matter
what age they were born.

We're all equal.

And you can choose
what gender you wanna be.

So that's excitin'.

Um, there are a lot
of young people workin' here

so what is...

Like, you could bring something
unique and cool to this.

What is that?

I bring a very deep knowledge
and love of music.

Ah, I love music too.

They all love music,
like, what is...

I... I'm talking about,
like, what unique thing

do you bring to the table?


Look, all I know is that
when I was 11 years old

I heard Led Zeppelin IV

and it blew my mind.

I never heard music
like that before.

I didn't even know music
like that was possible.

And so I caught the fever,
and what I wanna do

is pass that fever
down to the next generation.

Yeah. That is so true.

I love that, Leonard.
I mean...

Like, who, who is

who is the new Led Zeppelin?

- The new Led Zeppelin?
- Yes.

Like, what new artist
are you digging right now?



No, I got my own car.

- Am I alive?
- Yes.

Am I part of the animal kingdom?


- Am I a pet?
- No.

Boys have it pretty lucky,
don't they, dad?

What do you mean, honey?

Because they don't have
to be smart.

They don't have to get jobs.
They just have to get married.

- Hi.
- How was work?

Oh, God.
I am so over this job.

I mean, I'm glad I
have one and everything

it's just my boss, oh, my God.

Am I being a bitch
if I can't stand up

when someone asks for something

that isn't supposed to be
a question but a command?

He's always like,
"W... Would you, uh

mind answering the phone,

Instead of just
answer the phone.

Have some balls
and say what you want.

Own it.

- Right.
- Am I being a bitch?

No. No, of course not.

"Star Wars!"

- Oh, is that you?
- Yes.

- Is that what you want?
- Mm-hmm.

- Are you my Jedi Knight?
- Yes!

Oh, you are. I thought so.

How did
the Pop Fizz interview go?

Hard to say.

You know, good, I think.

I'm twice as old
as everybody there.

I really don't know
if I'd be a good fit.

You know what though, they...
they need people like you.

They need someone
who's been around the block.

Yeah, tell them that.

Do you think you have a chance?

- Mom.
- A chance? Yeah, yeah, sure.

- Okay.
- Mom, I made this for you.

You did? Oh, it smells divine.

Thank you so much, sweetheart.

Okay, I want you to eat 3 more
beans and you guys can go.

- I don't like them.
- Oh, come on.

Eat a couple of pieces
and we'll get outta here.


So I'm starting
a juice cleanse on Monday.

But 2 days before

I'm gonna eat nothing
except raw foods.

Just salads, vegetables.

- Forty-eight hours.
- Mm-hmm.

Six meals, eight snacks.

Mm-hmm, you should do it.

I can't keep eating like this.

- Okay. That's good.
- There you go.

Five minutes,
then it's bath time.

- Okay.
- Five.

I need to talk to you.

About what?

- We're out of money.
- What do you mean?

Property tax is due and...

...I don't know
how I'm gonna pay for it.

We'll take it out
of the savings.

What savings?

Well, I thought with Emma going
to kindergarten...

We're not paying
for Pre-K anymore

but if nothing is coming in
on your part

it's just, we're...

Get a job. Any job.

You know I can't work
at Starbucks.

- It would be the death of me.
- I'm not asking you to do that.

How much is it?

Well, it comes to about 10,000.

- We could sell the house.
- No, no.

- We're not selling the house.
- Okay.

Look, I'm almost done
digitizing the CD

and record collection
from the store. The primo stuff.

I'm sure I can get around
that much.

You sure?

Honey, the collection
is worth at least 15.

I... I'm talking everything.
You know, the posters

the LPs, the CDs,
all the best stuff.

Uh, money's due in 3 weeks.

Okay. I got it.


In the meantime

let's get rid of Jose.

- You're gonna cut the grass?
- Yeah.

What, my old man used to do it.

No, no, no. I... I'm sorry.

When did we become the kind of
people who needed a gardener

or... or... or a pool man,
for that matter?

Oh-oh. So you're gonna get rid
of Rob, too.

Middle class people
like you and me

used to do
all of this sort of stuff.

Well, so,
just so I'm clear though

so... so you're,
you're gonna cut the grass

and clean the pool?

- Yeah.
- Mm.

Anything that I don't know
how to do, I'll google it.

That's how I fixed
the dishwasher last month.


We're going through some tough
financial times and...

Hello. How was school, ladies?

- Good.
- Good.

Tell me
what did you learn today?

Did you know that blind people
can still see by using echoes?

- Echoes?
- Yes.

They click their tongues
like this.


Hey, so what did you learn,

I learned about animals.

What'd you learn about animals?

We have to save the tigers.

The tigers?

They're almost all dead.



So, what's the tally?

I'll give you 800 for this.


W... what are you talking about?
What about all this?

That's worthless.

I mean, I can move it
on to places like VA Hospitals

and retirement homes.

No, no, no, no, no.
No, no, no.

Um, what about this?

I know,
that Eyeless In Gaza CD

is an import
in pristine condition.

- Yes.
- Magnificent music.

- Exactly.
- Nobody cares.

You're wrong.

Dude, these are coasters.

Okay, you don't seem
to understand.

See, I want to move
this music along.

You know, I wanted somebody else
to be able to discover it.


Your girls are really cute
and they're well behaved.

I'll give you 850.

Hey, hey, hey, hey!

Come on, girls, sit down.
It's dinnertime.

- Hey.
- Hey.

- How'd it go?
- Well...

Turns out young people aren't
buying CDs and records anymore.

It's a lesson I've had to learn
the hard way twice now.

- Mommy.
- I'll fix this.

Look at you ladies.

- Hello. How was your day?
- Hi. Good.

- You guys have a good time?
- Uh-huh, we did.

- What the fuck is this?
- Huh?

- What happened to Jose?
- Oh, well...

We let him go for a few months.

Well, so he's still
cutting our grass, right?


I mean,
I'm... I'm... I'm assuming so.

We didn't say anything
about yours.

Oh. Alright. Okay.

It's good exercise, actually.

- What?
- Cutting the grass.

Alright. Okay, man.

- I'll catch you later.
- Alright, see you, Harry.



Welcome to DriverX.

Drivers are our most
important members

and at DriverX,
we truly value a good X.

When you DriverX,
you're able to go online

whenever you want
and find people

who need rides
anywhere in your city.

You will swipe a button
that says Go Online.

Once you're online, you start
to receive trip requests.

When a rider requests a trip,
the Xer closest to that rider

automatically receives
the request.

Your Xs will throb blue

bathing your vehicle
in a pleasant light.

Swipe the tab to accept.

- Wow.
- What the hell is this?

DriverX. I'm employed.

DriverX, the taxi?

It's a little different.
You use your own car.

Wh... when did you even

I didn't.
I just applied online.

Never even met a human being.

but an online background check.

That's creepy.

Well, how much money
can you make?

I don't know.

Come on.

It was so weird.

There were gates

and there was, like, a lot
of Jewish stuff in the house.

- And I was, like...
- Hi. to have a, you know.

I mean...

Hold on.
What took you so long?

You were right next to me
when I requested.

I'm sorry,
I... I missed the turn

and then I had to double back
all the way around

to come back in here.


No, the... the fiancee girl
was cute

the husband was not.

She was, like, you and I can

but, like, only
if you and my fiancee first.

And I was, like,
"I don't know."

He was short.

Where to?

Hi, guy.
I already input the address.


Oh, oh, I... Okay, I see.



Anyway, I took like
all these weird selfies

in their bathroom.

Yeah, I, like, got up
on the counter

and, like, yeah.

I'll totally send you some.

Okay. Bye.

You're supposed to ask me my
name before you start the drive.

Excuse me?

To verify
I'm the correct person.

A lot of people get ripped off,
you know?

- What's your name?
- It's a little late now.

And you're not supposed
to be driving with your phone

in your hand. That's illegal.

Is this your stop up here
on the left?


Uh, you know, you just crossed
two double lines.

Can I, uh, drop you right here?

Yes, this is fine. Stop.

Are you gonna stop the ride?

- Hello.
- Hello.

- Uh, name, please?
- Name?

Uh, yeah.
I need your name to match...

You just picked me up
at my house.

Right. Right.
Sorry about that.

Uh, you know, it's been awhile
since I've been

this high up in the hills.

Would you mind, please

guiding me down a bit?

Make a right, uh, up ahead.

Stay right at the fork up ahead.

How long you been driving?

Actually, it's my first night.

So what else do you do?

Uh, did, actually.

I owned a record store
over on Woodman

for the past quarter century.

It was called
The Last Record Store.


Actually, it was a reference
to a Little Feat album.

Can you make a living
doing this?

I have no idea.

I mean, this is only temporary,
you know.

I had a, uh, interview

in a management position,
uh, at Pop Fizz.

I... I think
it went pretty well.


What if you don't get it?

- Oh, the... the job?
- Uh-huh.

Uh, I don't know.

I haven't really
thought about it.

Good luck.

Make a right
at Sunset Boulevard.


And I hope you know
where Sunset Boulevard is.


Can you get me back to Van Nuys?

Uh, Woodman and Burbank.

That I can do.

How you doing tonight, Leonard?

Uh, good, Julio.

How you doin' tonight?

I'm good.
Thank you for asking.

I've not taken a sip of alcohol
in 40 days.

- Huh?
- Okay.

- It's a good night.
- Alright.

How long you been married?

- Fifteen years.
- Whoa.

Shit, that's a long time.
You got me beat.

You hate your wife yet?


I hate mine.

But we've got
a beautiful little boy

and he keeps me in the marriage

or he keeps her
in the marriage. I...

So, what, am I supposed
to wish my wife dies

so I could get out
of the marriage?

I don't wanna be that guy, so...

What are you gonna do?

- You have kids?
- I got... I got two girls.

So you know
what I'm talkin' about.

- Yeah, yeah, I do.
- Yeah?

That's what saves the marriage.

That and Chinese massages.

I go to this place.
It's called Happy Foot.

There's, like, 12,000 of them
in the valley.

Check it out next time you're
there. You'll notice them.

It's clean, professional.
No fluids exchanged.

Monogamy doesn't work.

It's unnatural.

When everything is said
and done...

...all you have is Happy Foot.

And Happy Foot is okay.

I'm not going far.
I'll show you.


Make a left at the light.

How are you tonight?

Um, I'm good. Thank you.

Uh, how are you?
How are you doing tonight?

I just broke up
with my boyfriend.

Oh, bummer.

Oh, yeah,
it's a right turn here.

And, uh, I'm at the end
of the street.


Thank you so much.

- Thank you.
- You're welcome.

I'm drunk.

I have been drinking,
like, a lot.




Mm. Mm.


- Have you seen my keys?
- In the green bowl.

Kids? Breakfast. Pancakes.

- Huh?
- No.

I'm scaling back on all that.

Detoxing. Remember?

What time did you get home
last night?

Uh, 1:30.

- How did it go?
- It was alright.

I'm a little tired,
but it was okay.

Any weirdos or...


Well, did you talk to anyone?

Well, you sorta have to. I...

Yes, I mean, it was...
it was a little weird

having strangers
in the car at first.

But, I, uh,
I think I'm over it now.

How much money did you make?

a... and some change.

It was my first night.

Well, it's Friday night tonight.

Right? That should be better.

You been doing DriverX long?

- Uh, about a week.
- Oh.

- Maybe that's what it is, man.
- Mm-hmm.

W... what is?

Why your DriverX rating
is so low?

I mean,
you seem like a nice guy.

My... my DriverX rating is low?

Yeah, it's so low that
we almost solicited a driver

from further away.

Wait, you mean, you mean
a 2.45 out of 3X's isn't good?

Nah, you want
like a 2.8 or higher.

- No less than a 2.7.
- 2.7, yeah. Definitely not.

- Wow. I didn't know that.
- Mm-hmm.

Yeah, you know,
you should get some waters too.

People get drunk.
You know, they go out.

- They get dehydrated.
- They're dehydrated. Yeah.

And, uh, gum or Altoids.

- Really?
- Yeah, everybody does it.

- And get a phone charger.
- Auxiliary cable.

Mm-hmm, yeah, yeah. Drunk people
love to listen to their music.

Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.
And dress nice, man.

Nice, casual.

Yeah, I didn't mean
not just nice, nice.

Don't overdo it though.
Just cool, you know.

That should cover it, right?

- Geez, thanks, guys.
- Yeah.

Wait a second.

That's it. I got it.

You had that record store
on Woodman.

That, uh, what was it called?

- The Last Record Store.
- The Last Record Store!

- That's right.
- Yeah.

Man, I spent years of my life
in that place.

- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.

Sorry that that business
went the way it did.

I hung on way too long.

God, uh,
y... you had everything.

I... I discovered the Pixies
in that 4AD section.

- Back right corner.
- That's right.

- Yeah.
- Absolutely.

You used to do this thing

a... a... and I think you did it
with a lot of people

but it was brilliant.

You would, you would give me

an LP or a CD
and try it out for free.

And I only had to pay for it
if I actually liked it.

Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.

I think I paid
for every single one.

Oh, you, you had a gift.

You had this uncanny ability
to match-make with music.

- Thanks, man.
- It was a great store.

Yeah, it was.

I always hoped that that store
was gonna be my legacy

for my daughters, you know.

They'd be able to wander up
and down the aisles and...

...pick stuff up
and say, "What's this?"

Discover new music.

But now, you know...

...CDs, records, all that...'s not gonna be around
when they grow up.

I sold my collection
for pennies on the dollar.

My entire library is now... a computer.


Good girl.

Up, up, up. Come on.

Your girls are throwing sand.

Hey, stop that! Stop that!

Did you throw sand
at that woman's kid? Hey.

Hey. Girls?


Ah, I know, I know.

- What's up?
- Oh, hey, Harry.


- You fire Rob too?
- Yeah.

My old man used to do all this.

Yeah, that was in 1975.

Well, what the hell difference
does that make?

He was a man.

I thought you two had
a rough time.

Yeah, we did and we didn't.

It was the fucking '70s.

You know, Leonard,
if, if you need something

money, you could take
your time paying back.

Harry, we're okay.

You know, sometimes
a wakeup call's a good thing.

But thank you, man.

- What...
- I appreciate it.

You sure?
I mean, I'm serious. It's...

I know. I'm positive.
We're okay.

Come on.
I'm gonna go take a shower.

You wanna come?

Uh, why don't you go get clean
and I'll meet you in bed.

No shower?

You know, that's not
the sexy spot for me.

Actually, though, I did try
and get laid last night.

- Oh, my crimson river.
- Eww. No.

No, he was actually
a gentleman about it.

He said, literally said,

- Okay.
- "Aren't we both adults here?"

- Can't we just...
- That's great. That's great.

And then I was, like,
"You don't mind if I bleed?"

And he said, "That's what
the towels were for."

Okay, so what happened?

Well, I mean, the lubrication.
Oh, on point.

- That much was golden.
- Okay.

But, however, I was...

You know, I was crampy.
So I was like super cloggy.

Oh, god. Gross.

Just vibe that shit out.

Why are we even
having this conversation?

Because mine's broken.

Why don't you go to the store?

I will. I'm just a lazy bitch.

- Sir?
- Hmm?

Uh, do you mind if I,
if I roll a blunt back here?

Not to smoke, just prep.

- Uh, sure.
- Oh, you're a sweetheart.

How do I look?

Oh, my God. You look,
you look super-hot.

- Like hip hop hot, you know.
- That comfy slutty.

Comfy slutty.
That is exactly what this is.

Like, this is such
a slutty dress

but, like, I'm really
comfortable in it.

You know what I mean,
and then I'm like

literally wearing sneaker heels.

Like, it's magical
if you could do both.

It's magical
if you can get laid.

Ah, excuse me.

Could you have an AUX cord?

- Oh, uh, yeah.
- Ah!

- Right here.
- I just love you.


Okay. Let's get ready to rage.


- Tom?
- Whoo-whoo.

What's up?

- How you doin' tonight?
- What's going on, my dude?

- Como se llama?
- Me llama Leonardo.

Leonardo. What?

Leonardo in the house!

That's right.

- Oh, did you get the address?
- Yeah, yeah, I... I did.

- It's navigating right now.
- Oh, cool.

So I'm from China.


How are things in China?

A little crowded, I think.

- So where are you from?
- Miami.

- Yeah? Born and raised?
- No.

I'm born in Pittsburgh,
raised in Miami, Florida.

Cool. And, like, what brought
you to Los Angeles?

Dreams and happiness, my friend.

What better place to do it
than LA.

- Whoo-whoo, right?
- Yeah.

Oh, yo, I moved to Los Angeles

because I was dating
this actress.

Yeah. California girl

grew up in Newport Beach
or whatever.

I don't know.

- She wound up dumping me.
- What? Bitch.

That's right,
motherfucking biatch.

How long ago was that?

Uh, 5 years ago.

Something. I don't know.

She ruined me real good.

Her name was Cheyenne.

She was the best thing
that ever happened to me.

Oh, hey, you wanna, like, listen
to some music or anything?

Uh, yeah, that depends.
What do you got?

W... why, are you picky?
You don't like shit or what?

No, it's... it's not that.
It's just I'm a...

I'm a little, well, old school
in a weird way.

Wait, weird? What?

Not old, it's just...

You know, I have
a Peter Frampton live album.

Frampton Comes Alive.

And when I pull it off
the shelf... can just feel it.

You know,
the card stock is thick.

It's heavy, shiny,
and when you open it up

you hear the, the crack
of the crease.

You look inside,
you can see the band members

you could, you know,
read the liner notes.

And then when you flipped it
on the front

there's Peter's face,
his blond hair.

And when you flip it down

his hands are clutching
that Gibson guitar.

60,000 people at the Coliseum
are watching him play

and you can feel it.

And all that's happening before
you even put the record on.

You're already experiencing it.



- Fuck, yeah.
- Fuck, yeah is right.

- I'm buyin' that.
- Yeah.

Shit. Sold.

Amazon tonight. On it.

Oh, but, alright.

Truth be told,
there's still a lot

of bitchin' music out there
these days, Leonard.

- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.

You just gotta... look for it,
you know.

- Hey, is this you up ahead?
- Oh, shit! Yeah.

Leonard, I like you.

Tom, I like you too.

Uh, Leonard.

Goddammit, give me your number.

When I get done here,
I wants to call you.

You is who I wants to call.

I... I appreciate that

but we're really not supposed
to do that sort of thing.

Look, you... you already
paid me on the app.

No, look, look, I'll call you

and you come right up next to me

and then I'll request you
on my phone.

Can't miss.

Are you, uh...

Looking for something
to write on, man.

Oh, you're going old school,

I could just put it up
in my phone if you want to.

Here you go.


There you go, man.

- You'll be hearing from me.
- Okay.

- Bon voyage, Leonardo!
- Bon voyage.

Oh, Jesus Christ.

Oh, why did I do that?

- Chelsea.
- Chelsea?

Alright. Wait, no, no, no.
Down here, down here.

Where are you going?

- Alright. Everybody in?
- Oh, my God.

- It's disgusting.
- It's fine. It's a car.

- Doesn't matter.
- You're such an asshole.

- God.
- Oh, my God.

- Hi.
- Hi.

- Hey, come on.
- Let's go.

- Go!
- Alright.

Are we... are we all in?
We all in?

- Yes.
- Alright, let's go.

Where are you go...
Where are we going?

- We're not going home.
- Where are we going?

Ah, yes, please,
where are we going?

- We're going to a bar.
- I wanna go home.

- I want to go home.
- No.

- Why? It's 3:00...
- My fucking back hurts.

- My fucking back hurts.
- Alright, alright, alright.

- First we're gonna...
- So you wanna go home?

First, we're gonna go to a CVS

so we can get some BENGAY
for her back.

- For Chelsea.
- I...

Go to, um,
fucking Main Street?

Wait, wait.
So... so no... no CVS.

- No!
- No!

- Uh, Main Street then.
- Uh, McKinney.

Just take me to where
there's no fucking old people.

- Yeah.
- Duh.

This fuckin' old creep
that's not gonna think

she's gonna be in a movie.

And this fucking skank.

I was joking.
I wasn't being serious with him.

Uh-huh. She's like,
"Can I be in your movie?"

Yeah, they're gonna put me
as an extra in his movie.

Okay, I'm gonna be
in the background.

You're gonna be so important.

Yes, I am.
You know, get discovered, okay?


My legs are so hairy.

Oh, my gosh.
Your legs are so soft.

- No, they're so hairy.
- You're so sexy.

You're, like,
the hottest person ever.

- Thank you.
- Your legs are so sexy.

Oh, my God!
Stop flirting with me, you slut.

- I'm not a lesbian.
- I'm not a lesbian.

- You guys are gonna scissor.
- Not now.

No. We don't do that.

- I like boys.
- I like wiener.

That's good 'cause I got one.

- I don't feel good.
- What?

What do you mean
you don't feel good?

I'm fine.

- I'm fine.
- Are you gonna puke?

- I was kidding.
- Dude, switch places with him.

- Are you gonna fucking puke?
- No.

Switch places with him
and puke out the window.

Hey, roll down the window, man.

- Oh, my God. She's gonna...
- I'm fine.

- Should we pull over?
- No.

- I was kidding.
- Oh, my God!

It was a, it was a false alarm.

Can you get a handle on her?
Jesus Christ.

Is she okay?

I'm gonna buy everybody in here
one of those, uh...

E... even you, dude.

I'm gonna buy everybody
bacon-wrapped hot dogs

or whatever the fuck
it's called.

Hey, just drop us off
on the corner here.


D... drop us off
on the corner here.

- Just over here?
- Yes!

- Alright. Alright.
- God.

Am I not speaking English?

I wanna get out.

I wanna get out.
I wanna get out.

- I wanna get out.
- Shh. Shh.


Hey, is, um, is there a way
to tip you on the app?


No? It's $4.

What does he mean, no tip?

Look at this price.
It's 4 fucking dollars.

I know. It's good.
Thank you, Leonard.

- No. Without a tip.
- Come on.

- Why do you do it?
- Chelsea, come on.

Seriously, dude.
Why do you do it?

Why do you do it?


Just take me to the Denny's.

- Leonard?
- Tammy?

- Front or back?
- Uh, whichever you like.

- Get the address?
- Yep.

What time is it?

- Thank you.
- Yeah.

You bet. No problem.

So how's your day going?

Um, good.

And yours?


- Ready to stop drinking.
- Mm.

But it, it seems like
you're going to continue.

Leonard, it's like
you already know my shit.

I'm sorry.

Uh, no, that's, uh,
it's not a problem.

What happened to the girls
behind us?

What's that?

The girls.
I thought they were behind us.

- In the car?
- Yes.

- Uh, no.
- What?

- Were there other girls...
- Are you kidding me?

- Yes!
- No, no.

You were alone
when I picked you up.

Oh, my God,
did we leave them behind?

- Oh, my God.
- Oh, I'm... I'm so sorry.

For God's sake,
we can totally go back...

No! No! No!

We're going all the way.

Just you and me.

We're doing it.

- Yeah, we are.
- Hmm.


Let it go.

Let go.

Yeah. Like, let's go.


Oh, my G...

Let go.


♪ Na na na na ♪

♪ Na na na na ♪

♪ Na na na na ♪

♪ Na na na na ♪

Oh, yeah.

Oh, my God. No.

Stop. I'm just kidding.

- Guys hate me.
- What?


A little too much for them,
I guess.



- Are we here?
- Yeah, um, yeah.



You have everything?

Oh, I think you look younger
without the beard.

FYI, this place has been...



Forgive me, father,
for I have sinned.

Well, how long has it been

since your last confession,
my son?

Is it Dawn?

I noticed a little tension
over dinner.

Look, last year...

...I felt like Jackie and I
were gonna split.

And we...

...we disliked each other.

No other way to put it.

We barely spoke for weeks
at a time.

I thought we were toast
for sure.

You know, so, we go to therapy

one last time
to try to save our marriage.

And all this therapist
really did was

give us 5 words
for how to talk to one another.

I mean, 5 words
to save our marriage.

Okay, I'll bite.

Um, let's say, uh, Dawn
is going off on you about...

Oh, pick a fucking topic, right?

And the, uh, pettiness
of her complaint

makes your blood boil.

Next thing you know,
full-blown argument.

All you have to do is say...

"...Babe, you're crazy

but I still love you."

Honey, you're a, a raging
fucking cunt

but I still love you.

Sweetheart, I love my beard.

I wanna keep it.

I will shave it for you
because I love you.

- Come on.
- Fucking works.

Honey, I wanna murder you
right now

but I can't because I hate
the idea of hurting you.

I just love you too much.

See, you can just switch it
around. Improvise.

But the point is, you finally
get to tell her the truth

as long as you still remind her
that you love her.

The therapist explained
it had to do

with the primitive part
of the brain

amygdala or lizard brain.

Fight or flight.

And don't underestimate
the power of words.

And you don't even
have to mean 'em.

But I guarantee you

once you start saying
I still love you

you can't help
but fall back in love.

You know, uh

if you think this DriverX
business is gonna help...

...forget it.

Yeah, I know about DriverX.

Didn't you think
Jackie would tell me

that you picked her up
from her cousin's?

Is that why
you didn't wanna say anything?

You think she's bangin' someone
on the side?

That would be
none of my business.

Uh, I appreciate that.

Driving's my dirty secret.

What am I doin'?

At my age.

Last night,
I almost got into trouble.

Like, real trouble.

So I don't know. I...

I'm just freakin' trippin'.

I don't know where I fit
in the world anymore.

Same old shit.

It's called getting older.

Hey, think about
how our parents felt

when personal computers blew up.

I just don't wanna
give up the reins.

I don't wanna hand it over yet.

You know,
I've been gettin' to know

the next generation recently.

And I don't even know if they
can get their fucking noses

out of their iPhones.

Well, then it's your job
to teach them how.

How to live.

And don't make fun of them.

Help them...


- Ow, careful.
- No, no, just sit on it.


You... you're not hard yet.

Well, rub it a little bit.

That's it.

Wait a minute.
Oh, goddammit.

My foot's crampin' up.

Ah. Mm.

- You okay?
- Yeah.

You alright?

- Good?
- Yeah. Is that good?


I'm scared about the future.

Yeah, I know.

Let's, let's say we fix this.

I mean, what are we
gonna do in 6 months

when we have to pay again?

I am scared about that too.


Well, for short term

we could drop
all the premium channels.

You know,
just go back to basic cable.


I can get rid of the girls'
iPad plans.

That's 60 bucks a month
right there.

Drop down
to streaming on Netflix.

You know, fuck Netflix.
I can go to the library.

Long term...

- Hello.
- Uh, hi.

- What's the name, please?
- It's not for me, actually.

Uh, there's a woman.

Uh, she'll be here shortly.

- She's intoxicated.
- Mm-hmm.

Not angry.

- She's just emotional.
- Okay.

Her father got married tonight
and it was emotional for her.

Right. You mentioned that.

Here she comes.

Okay. Okay, okay, okay.

Stop. Are you kidding me? Stop.

- Hi.
- Hi.

We're not driving far.
Make the first...

You know what, I told you
not to let me drink.

- Shh, it's okay.
- Don't "shh" me!

I've got some water bottles
back there if you need 'em.

She hasn't even been gone
a year.

- Drink this.
- You drink it!

- Okay, stop! Enough!
- It's just...

- Enough!
- No, not enough!

Yes! Enough!

Do you understand
what happened in there?

Do you understand
what happened in there?

- Oh!
- Oh!

- Oh!
- Ugh!

- What?
- Oh!

- What? Oh, no!
- No!

- Oh, God! Oh, God!
- Oh-oh.

Oh, God.

Call 911.

- Call 911!
- Do not call 911.


Okay, honey. Come on.

Let's go.

Thank you.

Where were you last night?

I fell asleep in the car

with the garage door wide open.

- Oh, my God.
- I had an accident last night.

You know what, you know what,
I can't.

I'm sorry. I just...

- Hey, goodbye, girls.
- Goodbye, mom.

- Love you.
- Have a good day.

- Okay, love you.
- Bye.

So how much to fix it?

- It's got a lease or own it?
- I lease it.

Approximately 1600.

- 1600?
- Yes, sir.

Are you kidding me? Why so much?

Hang on.

Hello, my name is Doris.

May I help you?

Uh, yeah.

Hi, Doris. Um...

I... I'm a driver.

Uh, I had an accident.
My name is...

Please place your thumb
anywhere on my screen.

Thank you, Leonard Moore

X-rating 2.86.

Uh, I'm here a... about...

Email sent regarding
the back bumper issue.

A... and also the tail light.

Did you receive the text
response from DriverX support?

I did, uh, but even though
the trip was completed

and there were no riders,
I was still on the job.

It was green.

Be that as it may

because you had already
completed the trip

you'll need to submit a claim
with your personal insurance.

Doris, I'd like to speak
to a manager.

There is no manager.

We are all simply members.

That's great. Um, I... I need
to talk to someone.

Uh... uh,
someone who can help me.

Please walk this way.

Hello, Leonard.
I know why you're here.

Let me begin by saying, your
profile is quite impressive.

A 100% acceptance rate.

You're on pace to break
the great acceptance streak

held for over 6 months
by a partner in Seattle.

I can see why you're confused

but technically,
you weren't working for us

when you backed the Prius
into that pole.

We are meeting here today
as peers, Leonard.

I am not your boss.

I'm only your boss when you have
riders in your vehicle.

At all other times,
you're working for yourself.

She threw up in my car.

And you have been awarded
an X bonus

along with a free
car wash coupon.

You are at the leading edge
of a movement

the Gig Revolution.

No more boss,
no more 9:00 to 5:00.

Work as you please.
True freedom.

We value our partners here
at DriverX.

We would be nothing without you.

And you are the type of partner
that we hold dear.

Thank you, Leonard Moore.

Thank you.



- Can I do anything?
- I don't know, can you?


Sorry. I got it.

How was work?

Not bad.

Sort of weird, actually.

Josefina started this cleanse.

And, I don't care, really.

It's just, I just find it
a little ironic

'cause she's so competitive,
you know.

So I just feel like
if I start one now

it just seems like
it's in reaction to her.

So, what?

I don't know.
It's a work thing.

I don't... feel like
talking about it.

What? It's not even open.

- You don't have to open it.
- Of course, you do.

They would have called.

I'm sorry.

I don't wanna live like this.

What do you mean?

It means, I don't wanna live
like this anymore.


Uh, uh, no. Not just that.

We don't get to see each other.

I... I barely saw the kids
as it is.

I just, I feel like
we're work shifts and it's...

Okay. What...
So... so what do you want?

Do you want me to work
or do you want me to be around?

I want you to get a job!

- I have a job!
- A real job!

DriverX isn't a job, okay?

I... I don't know what it is.

You know what?

I'm gonna go off
to my non-job job.

And you know what I'd like
now that I am working?

How about you not leave
your shit all around the house?

Why don't you pick up after
yourself? Believe it or not

there are 2 people working
in this house.

Oh, really?
'Cause I'm so messy.

You have no clue.

And I tell you what,
if I have a little extra time

I will put a juice machine
right next to the bed

and shove a fucking tube
right up your ass.

Because if I have to hear
one more time

about you going on a cleanse

without actually
going on a cleanse

I'm gonna lose my shit.

Really? 'Cause it
kind of looks like

you're already losing your shit.

Fuck. Hey.

I... What do you wanna do
about dinner?

I don't know.

Figure it out.

There's lasagna and salad
leftover in the fridge.


- I knew you'd come.
- Hey, man, you alright?

Ah, I'm better now, man.

- Get on in, man.
- Okay.


There you go. Buckle up.


That place was fucking crazy.

- Was it?
- Yeah, man.

It was, like,
pretty hardcore aggressive.

- And...
- Like, uh, crazy what?

They're doin' crazy shit
or what?

I fucking got in there,
they fucking grabbed me.

Like they grabbed your nuts?

No, they like grab you
and they're like

"Hey, you want to get
special dance in VIP room?"

- Oh, that's hard to pass up.
- Exactly my sentiment.

So I was, like, yeah, I'll go.

So I went with her into
the dance room, in the VIP room

and she's, like, dancing
and being, like, all

grabby and everything.

And then she, like,
started talking to me

about the fees for options.

And she was, like,
"Uh, we can go

to where the manager
can't see us for 700 bucks."

- $700?
- Yeah.

And I was like, "No. Wh... what
the fuck you talking about?"

She's talking about
having sex with you.

No. That's what
she makes it seem like

and I was thinking, you know

I only came here with, like,
$60 in my pocket.

So, I was like, nah,
I'm married, which I am.

And I probably shouldn't be
going to strip clubs

in the first place, but,
you know, it was guys' night.

- Guys' night.
- Yeah, yeah, of course.

And we went to, like,
5 or 6 other places bef...


Oh, shit!

When I was in the room
with the girl

and she was talking to me

my fucking wife started calling.

- And I was like, "Shit."
- No.

Uh, s... sorry, honey.
I... I can't hear you.

It's too loud here
in Seventh Heaven.

Hey, sugar.

How much, how much money you
think we can spend right now?

No, no, no.
She only said it was $700.

So I just got like 20 bones

and I got 'em in ones
and I chilled out

and then
I got the fuck out of there.

- Oh, wow, man.
- I don't know.

I don't like strip clubs, man.

They make me feel inadequate.

Oh, shit. Hold on.


Oh, baby.



What? Wow.

What was that?
Did you hear that shit?

Baby, are you there?

It's not okay.

- It... it's not okay?
- It's not okay.

Oh, okay. Alright.

Uh, I'm... I'mma be there,
uh, super quick.

I'll be there
in, like, 2 minutes or so.

Oh, I don't feel good.

- I don't feel very...
- Oh, no.

- Oh.
- I'm sorry, baby.

- Come home.
- Fuck.

She went on a girls' night.

Of course,
she's fucking wasted, man.

Oh, alright.

- Uh, third house on the right.
- Alright.


Oh, uh, shit.
I almost forgot.

Uh, new music. Mix tape.

- Alright.
- Oh, hey, thanks, man.

Hey, uh, listen to it, okay?

Talk to you soon.

Oh, shit!

- Uh, fuck.
- You okay?

Ah, shit.

I'm okay. I'm okay.
I got this.

I got it. Thanks, Leonard.

I think I met a guy
who does voices for the show.

Which character?

Uh, I can't remember.

- Maybe Lovie Loser.
- Maybe.

Hors d'oeuvres, ladies?



Thank you.

I didn't pick 'em up
till quarter to 6:00

That's why they're watching TV.
I woke up late.

I didn't know where I was,
but they're good.

Everything is great.

- You're in a good mood.
- Yeah. I am.

Any particular reason?

Uh, I can't.

I don't know.

How much did you make
last night?

I'm tired of you
asking me that...

...but I still love you.

I'm sorry. You're tired?

- I'm concerned.
- I know.

You're always concerned.

But, I still love you.

Why the fuck are you
talking to me like that?

You're angry,
but I still love you.

Okay, you know what?
What is this?

Some technique you got
from some men's magazine?

I don't like it
when you belittle me, but...

Oh, Jesus.

- I still love you.
- I still love you.

- I know. I got it. Thanks.
- Alright.

This is so s... stupid.

Dinner will be ready in 10.

I love you.

We are going to Bossa Nova.

Sure. I can do that.

And from this point on

anywhere the girl
in the back decides.

- Whoop!
- Okay.

- So how's your night?
- It's good. Thank you.

And yours?

Mm, it's goin' okay.

- You have a good voice.
- Oh.

Um, thank you.

Something like, uh...

- Like...
- Something like a doctor?

Doctor. Yeah.

- You get that a lot.
- I do get that a lot.

- That's why you said that.
- That is why I said that.

- Are you a doctor?
- No. No.

You said that with a subtext,
like, I wish.

Uh, no, no, no. It just...

Actually, I... I used to be
really queasy around

uh, blood, guts,
that sort of thing.

I don't like it either.

But then I had somethin'
happen to me

that, uh, changed it, actually.


- Was it a girl's period?
- What the fuck?

Uh, uh, no.

No, it wasn't.

- Was that a good guess?
- Yeah, that was a good guess.

That was a good guess.

It was actually when my, my wife

gave birth to my first daughter.

Uh, I'm in the operating room
and the... and the doctor said

"Come around and take a look.
This is incredible."

And, uh, I said, "No, I...
I don't think I can do that."

You know, I... I didn't know
if I was gonna be, like

one of those pussy-ass guys who,
like, you know, just passed out

and, um...

But I did.

I wound up comin' around
and takin' a look and...

You know, what I saw was...

You know, I'm... I'm... I'm not
particularly religious...


Did you see an angel?

No, no.

But, but what I did see was...

I... I saw my baby
come out of my wife.

And when I saw her head crown... just hit me
like a ton of bricks.

This is a miracle.
I mean, like a real miracle.

How is this possible? How?

How did I not know
about this before?

It's crazy.

I mean, a human body
coming out of a human body.

Yeah. Unbelievable.

So I... I, I...

I... I mean, I... I almost
found God, you know?

Uh, I mean, right there.

You did find God.

Your child is a blessing.

Trust me.

The second one's
not too bad either.

And the wife.

I was lost. They found me.

- This is fucking incredible.
- You're a good man, Leonard.

Oh, my God!

DriverX is after a shift
in thinking.

They want the people
in the cities to realize

that using DriverX
is less than owning a car.

But so what? The best minds
of the younger generation

are... are flocking
to Silicon Valley

and working their asses off,
but for what?

These kids,
they... they really think

they're solving
a really hard problem.

They're just actually
solving the easiest problem

which is how do you extract
money from the middle class

and give it to some
obscenely rich Jew people.

Hey, man. Just listened
to your CD. It's awesome.



Ralph's. Ralph's bathroom.

Shit. Which one?

- Tom.
- Hey.

Come on, you gotta unlock
the door, Tommy.

Miracle. Ah, it's a miracle.

Tommy, wake up.
You gotta unlock the door.

Okay. Okay.


Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

- Oh?
- I got you. I got you.

Hold on. Hold on. Hold on,
I gotta... I gotta request.

- No, no, no...
- Come on, I gotta...

No, no, no, no.
This one's on me.

Oh, thanks, man.

You good?

In heaven, Leonard.

You know, you could be like
Los Angeles lore.

Like, hey, you wanna see LA?

Take a ride with Leonardo.

That should be the rallying cry
of Angelenos everywhere

because you've earned this.

Because you, Leonard...

...are every other dogs'
best friend.

You're that person, man.

The best DriverX ever.

Thank you, my friend.

Thank you.

Hey, you okay? Tom?

Don't worry.

I'll get you home safe.

- Alright, we got steps.
- Okay.

- Ready, one.
- One.

- Two.
- Two.

- What?
- Girls' night out.

Jesus. Don't you
guys ever go out together?

Why would we do that?

- Bingo.
- There we go.


- Oh! It's okay.
- Sorry.

Alright. One, two, three.

Listen, take them
to this address.

They are a Ukrainian rock band.

They do not speak English.

Take them to hotel.

Nowhere else.

Good luck.

Oh, hey, hey, hey.
No, no, no.

No smoking in the car, please.

Could... could you tell them
no smoking in the car?

Really? Really, no English?

No, thanks.


Sexy. Sexy, huh?


- Sexy? No, you wanna...
- Sexy!

- Sexy. Alright. Yeah.
- Sexy.

Oh! Oh!

You want a strip club?
Strip club?

- Sexy!
- Sexy!

Sexy! Oh!

Hey! Hey!

What the fuck!

Get... get off of me!

Get out of here!

Get out! Get out of here!

What is it?

I... I, I can't take anything
if I don't know what it is.


- Ecstasy?
- X.



"All children, except one,
grow up.

"They soon know
that they will grow up

"and the way Wendy knew
was this.

"One day
when she was two years old

"she was playing in a garden

"and she plucked another flower
and ran with it to her mother.

"I suppose she must have looked
rather delightful

"for Mrs. Darling put her hand
to her heart and cried...

"'...Oh, why can't you remain
like this forever?'

"This was all that passed
between them on the subject

"but henceforth, Wendy knew
that she must grow up.

"You always know
after you are two.

Two is the beginning
of the end."

- You okay, Daddy?
- Yeah, yeah.

Yeah, Daddy loves you very much.

I can take over.


I don't think you should drive
so late, okay?

2 o'clock,
and I'll turn into a pumpkin.


Miranda, why don't you read
to your sister?


Mommy, can you lay with me?

I will in a minute,
okay, sweetie?


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