Back of the Net (2019) - full transcript

A new student at a soccer academy is determined to beat her rival's team in the national tournament.

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- I'll get it!

Finally.

Thank you.

It's perfect.

- How's it going out here?

- Almost done.

Just have to attach some
rings to Jupiter here,

paint the red spots,

do a little work on the
storms at the poles.

Overkill?

- Maybe just a smidge.



- I just want to make sure
my diorama is accurate.

You know, it's 25% of my
grade in AP Astronomy.

- That's next year.

- I know.

But all this effort will pay
off when I impress everyone

at the Semester at Sea program

with my astronavigation skills.

- Lookin' great sweetie.

- Thanks Mom.

I'm just finishing
up so I can go back

to packing for my
semester at sea.

You know, on the ship they
have four state-of-the-art

research labs, open
24 hours a day,

unlimited access to
supplies and equipment,



an SBE45 thermosalinograph,

and in-vivo chlorophyll
fluorometer.

- So I've mentioned that before?

In 72 hours, while you guys

are on your annual
medical mission,

I'm going to be on one
of the most advanced

research vessels in existence,

studying fluid dynamics,
and ocean waves.

- Every girls' dream.

- Okay, I'd better go pack.

- Our own little Madame Curie.

- Hopefully with
a happier ending.

- Okay, so you get to
Sydney at 10:00 a.m.

and we get to New Delhi at 6:30,

but there's a four and a
half hour time difference so.

- So I'll be totally
fine and I'll call you

as soon as I land.

Don't worry, Mom.

- Oh, I'm gonna
miss you so much.

- It's only a few months.

It'll go by really fast.

- Now, If a giant squid
attaches itself to the boat,

scream and run for
the life rafts.

- Thanks, Doctor Bailey.

I live for these little
lifesaving nuggets of wisdom.

- I love ya, Kitten Britches.

- Flight
1823 to New Delhi,

now boarding,
International Gate I-50.

- Gotta go, Babe.

Remember, have fun.

- You're sure you're okay?

- Me? I'm better than okay.

Doin' okay!

Doin' okay.

- You all right?

- I'm sorry.

Are you doing the
semester at sea?

I'm Cory.

Have they said anything
about the thermosalinograph

or the fluorometers?

Is there like a sign up sheet?

I want to make sure I
get plenty of lab time.

I have this hypothesis
about the effects

of decreasing salinity on
wave peaks and biodiversity.

I know what you're thinking,

and admittedly,
it's pretty radical,

but there is some
anecdotal evidence from,

from some research vessels in
the Arctic Circle, wait up!

Thank you.

Did you see a girl
about yay high,

glasses, ponytail,
cute, but sort of nerdy?

- You mean besides yourself?

- I wonder where she is?

I guess she'll have
to catch the next one.

♪ Hey look up at the sun ♪

♪ 'Cause it's shining for you ♪

♪ It's a beautiful day ♪

♪ It's a beautiful day ♪

♪ 'Cause when you're smiling ♪

♪ You'll move mountains and be ♪

♪ Somewhere much better
if you only believe ♪

♪ It's a beautiful day ♪

♪ It's a beautiful day ♪

- Chlorophyll fluorometer.

- Hey, we're here.

- Thank you.

I wouldn't want
to miss the boat.

- Yeah, so we'll see
you on the pitch?

Boat?

- Pitch?

What was that?

Where's the ship?

- What ship?

- What ship?

The ship.

Where's the dock?

- Same place it's
always been, I hope,

about 60 kilometers south.

- No, no, no no no no.

- Are you okay?

- I'm supposed to be
at the Harold Academy.

- You're in the right place.

- Semester at sea?

- Oh, you're not
in the right place.

This is the Soccer Academy.

See, there's the Soccer
Academy and Harold Arts Academy

and Harold Humanities Academy,

and the Semester at Sea Program.

- What? No!

Okay, okay, calm down.

- I'll try.

- If the ship is
60 kilometers away,

then I can catch a ride
at an average speed

of 100 kilometers per hour,

I can make it to the ship by--

It left two hours ago.

I'm supposed to be
with the dolphins.

- The boys' practice
team is called the Orcas.

Does that help?

- I see, I see.

The Semester at Sea?

I see.

Oh, I see.

Okay, all right, thank you.

See ya.

- What did they say?

- Look it's not great.

The ship for the Semester at Sea

has already departed the dock.

- But they can
turn around, right?

I mean, it's a ship, it
can float this direction.

- Wouldn't that be a treat,

but the research
schedule wouldn't allow

for any delays, I'm afraid.

- Then I'll go to them.

I could get a speedboat, or--

- Well they're just a little
bit too far out already,

but are you ready
for the great news?

- The school owns a blimp
with rappelling ropes?

- Okay, you're gonna
need to let that go.

But, because the Semester at Sea

is one of our Harold
Academy sister programs,

we can transfer your
registration and tuition

here to the Soccer Academy.

- No, please there
has to be a way.

- Cory, we spoke
to your parents.

They're on another continent,

your ship's in the open ocean

and your options are limited.

So, let's just try and
make the best of it, okay?

- But I don't play soccer.

- Correction, you
didn't play soccer.

Now, here is your schedule,

your campus map,

and your dorm assignment,
and everything else there,

and you can check
in straight away.

That's the spirit, now
tryouts are tomorrow.

Remember, the first
rule of soccer is--

- You can't touch the
ball with your hands?

- Well that's not
what I was gonna say,

but all right yeah,
let's go with that.

Okay, I'll see you on the field.

I am so inspirational.

- So who was that girl you
were talking to earlier?

- I don't know.

I guess she's supposed to
be doing Semester at Sea,

but missed her boat and
ended up here instead.

- Now's not the time to
start getting distracted.

- Good point.

- The scout's gonna be
looking at us this year.

- They're gonna be
looking at everyone Lewis,

that's what scouts
do, they scout.

- I'm just saying,

we have a big
opportunity this year.

Professional club scouts,
the national leagues,

this is our shot to show
them what we can do.

Just stay focused.

The world is your oyster.

- I'm allergic to shellfish, so?

- The world is your burrito.

- Come on, let's
take some shots.

- On the net and in life, right?

Right?

- So this isn't ideal,

but would Jane Goodall
let this stop her?

She would not.

A little peace, a little quiet,
and a good night's sleep,

and I'll be ready
to take on tomorrow.

- They did not.

- They definitely did.

- Wait, who told
you they broke up?

- I'm so sorry, are you okay?

- It's not your fault, it's
just the day I'm having.

- So, you're moving in?

- They said our fourth
roommate was dropping out.

This is awesome.

- Yeah, awesome.

- That's Charlotte, the world's
most organized 16 year old,

and Adelle, fashionista
extraordinaire.

And I am, Janessa.

- Janessa loves to dance,

no matter how
awkward the occasion.

- Nice to meet
you all, I'm Cory.

- Are you American?

- Yeah, I'm from Los Angeles.

- Do you know Ryan Gosling?

- No.

- What about Jennifer Lawrence?

My girl, J-Law.

- Settle down J-dawg.

All right Cory, let's
get you settled.

- So, are we all in this room?

- Isn't it great?

- Yeah, and lucky for you,

you ended up in the best room
at Harold Soccer Academy.

Charlotte can get you unpacked.

- Oh, I can do that.

- Charlotte lives for the
chance to organize anything,

even if it's just a wardrobe.

- Plus, it'll protect you
from Janessa's lucky socks,

lurking in the wardrobe.

- At this point, those things
could play soccer without you.

- But you're not supposed
to wash lucky socks,

that's the whole point
of lucky socks, dude.

- Okay, let's do this.

- Adelle, you can help her
figure out a first day outfit.

- Really, I can--

- Looks a little
on the wintry side.

- I'm supposed to be in
the middle of the ocean.

- That's deep, how do
you feel about sleeves?

- Now that's all sorted.

Anything else?

- Just one thing,

I've never played
soccer in my life.

- Oh.

- You mean, you've never
really played before?

- Really, not ever.

But I did spend some time
on Wikipedia last night.

So there's two teams
of eleven players.

- Seven, we play sides of seven
for camp, squads of eight.

- And graded
according to ability.

- And potential.

I've been working my
potential all summer.

- Here we are, locker number 83.

- Yeah, that
looks about right.

- My locker's right
next to yours,

so I can help out
if you have any

trouble finding your classes.

- Yep, that looks like you.

- Impressive, senior
advanced chemistry?

You're smart.

I couldn't do that.

- Professor Oster is one of
the toughest teachers here.

- I know!

I was so excited
to hear that we get

to take classes along
with our soccer.

At least that's one
thing I look forward to.

- Oh yeah, that's right up
there with visiting the dentist

and mystery meat day
in the cafeteria,

which reminder, is today.

- Oh, come on.

What's more exciting than
lunch meat with a secret?

America, you're still here!

- You guys know each other?

- Yeah, we go way back.

Remember that time you
fell asleep on the bus?

Classic you.

- He was there
yesterday to witness

the greatest humiliation and

saddest moment of my young life.

- So this is Sea Girl?

- Cory.

Wait, are people
calling me Sea Girl?

- No, no way.

I just mentioned
you to Lewis is all.

Oh, right.

This is Lewis, and I'm Oliver.

- Uh oh, incoming.

- What are you doing?

We're supposed to be warming up.

Gotta work hard
if you don't want

to end up on a
loser practice team.

Why are you talking to Sea Girl?

- Okay, this has been great.

I'll see you around?

- I'll be here.

Who, what, and why was that?

- That was the unnatural
phenomenon known as "Edie."

- And we do mean phenomenon.

- She learned to dribble
the day she learned to walk.

- I hear Pele is her uncle.

- And Ronaldo is
her other uncle.

- And I hear you all
talking a bunch of nonsense.

She's not that good.

Come on, I'll walk
you to chemistry.

So, what's up with
you and Oliver?

- What do you mean?

- I mean, speaking of
Advanced Chemistry.

- What? Oh stop.

- He's one of the best
players in the school.

Everyone thinks he
and Edie are dating,

but they've just been
friends since they were kids.

- I'm not listening.

- Oh yeah sure.

But if you were, you'd
hear me saying that

he's the cute Australian
soccer player,

and you're the school's
mysterious new American.

- I'm Sea Girl.

- So, you just need
some rebranding.

- See, if you get
here early enough,

you get the whole
field to yourself.

- So Edie, what have you
been up to since last summer?

- School, my parents
were on location

in New Zealand for
most of the year.

- Must be great to have
such fantastic parents.

How about you, Oliver?

- Well.
- What?

- My dad lost his job.

It's been kind of tough.

- That's awful, mate.

- Yeah, I had to get
a job to pay for camp.

It's my last chance to play.

- What?

- Well, I'm gonna have to
be working when I get back.

I'm not gonna have time.

- What are you talking about?

You're one of the best players

at the best soccer
camp in Australia.

- So?

- So, there are going to
be scouts watching you.

If you really focus,

you could get picked
up by a pro league.

- We can help you?

- You think so?

- Like I said mate,
this is your year.

The world is your burrito.

- Oyster.

- He's allergic
to shellfish, so.

- Guys are you look at Leah?

- Yes.

I'm pretty sure she went
for the E Team last year.

- Do you reckon we'll be getting
into the E Team this year?

- I really wanted to.

- No glasses!

- I really only need
them for reading.

- Well, you look great.

- You made it.

- Are you ready for tryouts?

- Was Thomson's plum
pudding model of

atomic architecture correct?

No.

- You really don't play
sports at all, do you?

- Nope, it's always
been me and my books.

If it were up to me,
it would stay that way.

- Okay, stop.

Look, if you'd read the
gigantic sign on your bus,

you'd be swimming with
the humpbacks right now.

- Common misconception,

humpbacks migrate south.

- Okay snooze.

The point is, you're not
swimming with the whales.

You're here, with the
coolest roommates on Earth.

Why don't you make
the most of it?

Break out of your shell,
and try something different.

Come on, loosen up a little.

- Well, cardiovascular
activity has been linked

to the generation of new
neurons in the brain.

- That's the spirit!

I think.

- You've gotta follow through.

♪ Let's go one and all
let me show you how ♪

♪ In the know layin' low
don't want to blow it now ♪

♪ Let's go in the know
let me show you how ♪

- Charlotte.

♪ Kick it kick it kick
it and let it bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce
bounce bounce bounce ♪

♪ Kick it come on ♪

♪ Kick it ♪

♪ Come on kick it ♪

♪ Let's go one and all
let me show you how ♪

♪ In the know layin' low
don't want to blow it now ♪

♪ Let's go in the know
let me show you how ♪

- Okay,
switch up now please.

♪ Kick it let it bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce
bounce bounce bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce
bounce bounce bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce ♪

♪ Let it bounce ♪

♪ Kick it kick it kick
it let it bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce
bounce bounce bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce ♪

♪ Kick it let it bounce
bounce bounce bounce ♪

♪ Kick it ♪

- Nice kick.

- That was a nice
warmup to the season.

- That was warmup?

- The first day's
always hardest, it

- I hurt in muscles I
didn't even know I had.

- Come on, we'll just
get you back to the room.

- Hey, they're
posting the teams!

- Yes, E Team for life!

You've improved a lot
since last year, Janessa.

Too bad it wasn't enough.

- Well, the good news is that
we are all on the same team.

Hashtag WOTB!

- Okay, but what's WOTB?

- Worst of the best.

We only made the
practice team, again.

- I thought you guys looked
great out there today.

- Yeah, and that's why
we're the worst of the best.

- It's an elite soccer camp
but somebody's got to be

at the bottom of the list.

- And at good old Harold
Academy, that's us.

- Not for long.

- What do you mean?

- Didn't you guys hear?

They're talking about cutting
the practice team next year.

- Wait, what?

- So anyone who's on
the practice this year--

- Probably won't even
get in next year.

- Welcome to the team.

- Wait, what, wait,
they put me on a team?

- Well yeah, what did you
think was gonna happen?

- They'd realize I'm
so bad at sports,

they'd buy that blimp
with rappelling ropes?

- Oh, Edie is captain
of the E team again.

- And that's special
or something?

- Well, E stands for excellence.

- It's the top
team at the school.

My dad was on the boys'
E Team when he came here.

- And my brother was captain.

- Are they all like Edie?

- Nobody's as special
as queen Edie.

- Edie's parents are
big TV stars over here.

- She thinks she's so much
better than all of us,

and that we should all
worship her or something.

- Just steer clear of
her and you'll be fine.

- Hi, Mom and Dad.

I tried to call but I
couldn't get through.

Guess you're deep in the jungle.

Try not to get eaten
by a giant snake.

So, have you had
a chance to figure

out how to get me out of here?

They put me on a team.

Like a soccer team.

To play soccer.

Can you believe that?

Anyways, please call
me soon with news.

Please.

Please, please, please!

Love, Cory.

- Sorry to interrupt,

I just left my book
in here after class.

- No worries.

I'm just working
on a demonstration

of atomic emission
and luminescence.

It's for my science
presentation.

- You're working
on that already?

- Well, it's a big
part of the grade.

I wanted to get a head start.

- Is that a pickle?

- That's a keen observation.

See, by sending voltage
through a pickle,

the electrons from sodium atoms

present in the
pickle are excited

to a higher energy
state and then relaxed,

emitting their energy
as visible yellow light,

which is interesting
to precisely

no one in this room
besides myself.

- Don't, I love pickles.

- Oliver, what's
taking you so long?

- Cory's just teaching me

how to make a
glow-in-the-dark pickle.

- Actually, I'm studying atomic
emission and luminescence.

- Okay, well try not to nerd
so hard you hurt yourself.

- Are you done?

- Got it.

- Then let's go.

- Nice goggles.

- What was that about?

- I know, that new
girl is so weird.

It's like--

- Not her, you.

You seem to have some
sort of thing against her.

- I just don't buy
her act, that's all.

- What act?

- A random American
girl shows up

at the best development
camp in Australia

but can't even play.

- It was a mistake.

- That's another thing.

She's a super nerd who can't
even read the sign on a bus.

- Come on.

- Oliver, you need
to stay focused

on impressing the
scouts this year.

You can't get distracted,
especially by her.

What's so great about Sea Girl?

- Well, free pickles.

And they glow in the dark.

- What are we
doing on the beach?

- Beats me.

- Maybe my boat is
coming back to get me!

Or maybe not.

So, can I ask a question?

- Sure, shoot.

- Why do our uniforms feel like
they're leftovers from 1995?

- Because they're
leftovers from 1995.

- The E Team gets all
the new equipment,

so the practice team gets
stuck with the castoffs.

- Good morning, practice team.

I thought today we would run
some drills on the beach.

- Excuse me, Coach.

- Yeah.

Doesn't the physics
of running and kicking

in the sand just make
everything that much harder?

- Yep, yeah the
physics does that.

And if you can kick
a goal on the beach,

then you can kick a
goal on the field,

so let's line up and
count off into teams.

- How about this?

Do you like this?

- Cory, Cory beach boogie.

- Cory.

- Seriously Cory.

- Thermosalinograph!

Oliver, hi!

So how long have you
been standing there?

Probably long enough.

Well, we were just--

- Just doing the Cory
Cory Beach Boogie?

Yeah, that's my favorite.

- So, what are you doing here?

- Well actually we were
just gonna go for a swim.

- We're going swimming.

What's up?

- Want to join us?

- Actually I have a
chemistry presentation--

- That she's already spent
four hours practicing for.

We are in.

- But I didn't bring
my bathing suit.

- Come on!

- I don't really like swimming.

- But you're Sea Girl.

- That's a bad idea.

- Sounds like you had
a rough year, man.

- Yeah, and the worst part is,

I know things are
still hard at home,

and I'm not there and I
can't do anything to help.

- What do your parents say?

- They say I shouldn't worry,

I should focus on what I can
control, and play my best.

That's what you can
do to help, man.

Play your best here so
you can get picked up,

become a huge soccer star,

and buy me and your
parents mansions,

next to yours in
like, Glamarama.

Now all you need to do is
show 'em what you can do.

- That's easier said than done.

- You know, most
things are buddy.

Most things are.

Want to head back?

- No, I think I'm just
gonna take a minute.

- I'll be right back.

- Hey, I just remembered.

- Everything okay?

- Are you kidding?

At a beach bonfire, okay is
the bare minimum you can be.

I just wanted to
get away for a bit,

be alone with my thoughts.

- Oh sorry, I'll leave.

- No no no, stay.

I'm all out of thoughts.

Are you having fun?

- For the first time
since I've been here,

I think I might be.

- Ah, that's not true, I saw
you with that glowing pickle.

You guys were having a blast.

- Well, it's true,
as a general rule,

I do find science to be
easier company than people.

- Oh sorry, I'll leave.

- No stay, I'm all
out of science.

- So, how's the soccer portion
of soccer camp treating you?

- That's not quite so great.

But I did make a pass today.

- That's awesome.

- Yeah, I'm thinking
national team by next month.

- Get lost again, Sea Girl?

- We were just
catching some air.

- I've seen you
play goalie, Cory.

You should focus on
catching the ball.

- Okay, you need a marshmallow.

- What's her problem?

- That's the beauty of Edie.

She doesn't have any problems.

She's just that way.

- All right, give it
all you got, let's go.

Great work, beautiful.

Crowd go wild.

Janessa, well done.

Charlotte, you're up.

Come on, hustle,
let's move girls.

Okay, let's go, kick
it like you mean it.

Yes, almost great, you
gotta work some footwork.

Okay, Cory.

Let's go, let's go, let's go.

Okay Cory, let's bring it home.

Uh, yep.

Just to the other home
with the goal in it.

Now, that's time up.

Okay girls, I will see you
back here tomorrow, thank you.

- Tomorrow maybe,
but not next year.

- Come on Charlotte,
let's not think like that.

Let's just make the most
of the time we have here.

- Can I please have my bag?

- What bag?

- Don't play cute.

Give me my bag.

- I seriously don't know
what you're talking about.

- I don't have time for your
games right now, Edie, okay?

- You know what, I
do feel something.

Is this what you're looking for?

Is this your bag?

Oops.

- Thanks.

- Can you tell her?

- I don't want to tell her.

- You tell her.

- I'm not gonna tell her.

- If you guys keep looking
at each other like that,

your eyes are gonna
bulge out of your heads.

- Fine.

Are you gonna tell
us what happened

between you and Edie today?

- Edie and I just had a
little misunderstanding

regarding my gear bag.

No biggie.

- Edie might beg to differ.

- You do realize
she's gonna make it

her mission in life to
get you back, right?

- I'm not afraid of Edie.

- I'm not saying you
should be scared,

just maybe don't travel
through the halls alone.

- Or leave any of
your food unattended.

- Or fall asleep for the
next couple of nights,

or ever again.

- Cory should switch
to a secret locker.

- Come on guys, she's
a high school girl.

What's she gonna do?

- Are you sure this
is a good idea?

I mean, if you need a snack, I
have some Twisties in my bag.

- Can you please be quiet?

- Good idea.

- So much for covert.

- What are we looking for?

- This.

- That's the craving
that you're willing

to risk arrest
and expulsion for?

A cucumber?

- Come on, let's go.

- Wait.

- What are you going?

- We can't just take it
without paying for it.

They'll know what
it's for, right?

Hey wait.

- You've left your
Powerpoint at home?

- Well, yeah.

- Why don't you go say hi?

- What?

- If you want to be
part of the loser crew,

don't let me get in the way.

- We've got a couple of minutes

before class starts, you sure?

- Go.

- Hey, so you ready
to show the world

a fluorescent pickle?

- It's actually a
phosphorescent pickle.

See, with a fluorescent object,

the light stops as soon as
the energy source stops.

But with phosphorescence, the
release of light is delayed.

So it's actually a different
process at a subatomic level.

- Who knew there was so
much science involved

in lighting a vegetable?

- Okay, everyone
please, take your seats.

I'm looking forward to
our first presentation.

Cory, to the front.

- My presentation today is about

atomic emission
and luminescence.

During the pickling process,

a pickle absorbs electrolytes,

primarily sodium chloride.

So, due to the ionic
nature of the compound,

sodium chloride will
luminesce when hit with an

electrical current.

I don't understand.

- Miss Bailey, I
expect my students to

take these presentations
seriously, and come prepared.

This is very disappointing.

- But I did.

- Please, take your seat.

- Looks like you've gotten
yourself into quite the pickle.

- Now, last time we were looking

at weak versus
strong electrolytes.

Strong electolytes
ionize completely, 100%.

While weak electrolytes
ionize only partially,

usually in the
order of one to 10%.

That is, the principal
species of solutions

for strong
electrolytes are ions.

Strong acids, strong
bases, and salts.

- That was pretty
rough in there today.

- What?

- Cory's chemistry presentation.

She seemed really embarrassed.

- Hey, what are you
guys talking about?

- Nothing.

- Cory's science presentation.

- I heard about that.

Disaster, huh?

- Maybe she should
have practiced more

instead of hanging
out at the bonfire.

- She did!

Remember, we saw her in the
science lab that one day?

I saw that pickle glow!

- Can we talk about
something other

than pickles for
like five minutes?

- Sure, sure.

- So what happened
with the pickles?

- I don't know, the electrolytes
should have lit it up.

Can a pickle get depickled?

- What, you mean
like, like a cucumber?

That's weird because--

- It's impossible for a
pickle to get depickled.

She must have just
done something wrong.

- Huh.

- Come on, let's
get to practice.

- I'll catch up with you guys.

- Hey, I just wanted
to see if you were okay

after your presentation.

That looked pretty
rough up there.

- Were you in on it?

- In on what?

Did something happen?

- Nothing, I'm fine.

- Well, if you're
not busy tonight--

- Sorry, I am.

- Are you mad at me?

- I'm not mad, I just--

- What?

- I don't understand how you
can be friends with Edie.

- I know she can be
hard to get along with.

- No, superfluid vacuum theory
is hard to get along with.

She's just mean.

- Look, Edie and I go way back.

She's had a hard time.

- And so she has to make
sure everyone else does, too?

- You don't know her.

She's hard to get to know,
but she's more than she seems.

I mean, even a
pickle has a light

on the inside if you
give it a chance, right?

Listen, I've got
to get to practice,

but I'll see you around.

- Woo, yeah.

Yeah, good morning.

Today, I thought that
we would try something

a little bit different,

a little bit exciting.

Please give a warm welcome
to our special guests,

the boys' practice
team, the Orcas!

Okay, all right, inspiring,

and now give an
even warmer welcome,

to our very special guests,

the boys' and girls' E Teams!

Let's go, team captains.

Lewis, Edie.

Boys choose girls,
girls choose boys.

- Ladies first.

- Oliver.

- Meredith.

- Cory.

- What?

- George.

- Are you sure you
meant to pick me?

- Why wouldn't I?

- It's your turn.

- Ben.

- Hang on.

- Oliver, I'm open, touch.

Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry,

I didn't realize
you were so close.

Now we're even.

- Hey, are you okay?

- Is this why you picked me?

- What are you talking about?

- So you could embarrass
me in front of everyone?

- It was an accident.

- Yeah, why would I do
something like that on purpose?

- You're exactly
like her, but worse,

because you seem really nice,

but it's just an act,

and then I end up
feeling like an idiot.

- Cory, come on.

- Just leave me alone.

- Cory?

- So what's going on
with you and Sea Girl?

- What do you mean?

- Come on Edie,

I know when I've been
made an accomplice

to a grand theft pickle.

What's your problem with her?

- It's not her, it's Oliver.

He needs to stay
focused this year,

and whenever she comes around
he acts like a total idiot.

- It's not her,

he's always kind of an idiot.

- Why are you defending her?

- She seems nice.

A little weird.

- A little?

She turned a pickle
into a light bulb.

Well, at least she tried to.

- Look, if you want
replace all her belongings

with cucumbers, fine,

just don't make me a
part of it, all right?

- You were close that time.

Well at least you kicked
it in the right direction.

- It's a ball.

Why can't I kick it
where I want it to go?

- Are you really
angry about the ball?

- Yes,

no,

yes but, not just the ball.

- Is it Oliver?

I know you think he's
messing with you,

but he's not like that.

- I just don't get why
he hangs out with her.

- Yeah, life's a mystery.

Why don't we try
something different?

Close your eyes.

- What?

I can't even kick the ball
straight with my eyes open.

- Just trust me.

This is an exercise I
use in my dance classes.

Okay, take a deep breath in,

and slowly release it.

Become aware of your body.

Where are your arms?

Where are your legs?

- Connected to my torso?

- Shh, now open your eyes,

and feel the ball
connect with your foot.

- Score!

And give me five.

- What are you doing?

- It's a victory dance.

We can't exactly use
them in any real games,

so might as well use them now.

Hey, you got the
ball into something.

That's progress.

- What am I doing wrong?

- Maybe you're
thinking too much.

- There's no such thing.

- You spend so much time
inside of your head.

Just let yourself be
present in the moment.

Like when I'm dancing
or playing soccer,

I just feel the rest of
the world falling away.

Just try it.

- Okay.

- So when you get
up to the goal,

take a deep breath
to steady yourself.

Remember, present in the moment.

And when you're
ready, kick the ball,

right to the back of the net.

Are you okay?

On the positive side, you
seem to be pretty flexible.

Wait, what's
happening over there?

- What's going on?

- Caitlin Ford is
coming here, to Harold.

- Oh my gosh.

When, why?

- For this year's
national tournament.

- And Caitlin is
presenting the trophy

to the winning team.

- Who's Caitlin Ford?

- Only the youngest
Australian ever

to compete in the World Cup.

- She plays wing
for the Matildas.

- I'm sure you've seen her play

for the Australian women's team?

Here, have a look.

- It'll be great
seeing Caitlin again

when she hands us the
trophy at the tournament.

We had all the
Matildas at my parents'

end-of-summer yacht party.

- Don't count your chickens
before they hatch, Edie.

- What did you say?

- I'm pretty sure you heard me.

- Oh, I heard you,
but unfortunately I

Can any of you translate?

- Let me make it crystal clear.

No one cares that
you met Caitlin

on your parents' fancy yacht,

or whether or not you think
you'll win this tournament.

Winners are made on the field.

- I've seen you out
there, Sea Girl.

It's also where losers are made.

I'll meet you there any time.

- You will meet us there.

In the finals.

- She's delusional.

I think you've been exposed
to too many chemicals

in your little science lab.

It's melting your brain.

- Okay everyone.

Why don't we just
take a deep breath.

- The only place you'll
be during the finals

is in the stands,
watching me kill it.

- Where did that come from?

- I'm just so sick of the
way she acts all the time.

Who cares if her parents
are big rock stars?

- They're actually TV stars.

- Whatever.

I wouldn't care if her father
was Erwin Schr dinger himself.

It doesn't make her the
queen of the school.

- Shroding-who?

- Erwin Schr dinger?

Nobel Prize winner?

He formulated the wave equation.

- Just google it
later, she's on a roll.

- I'm just not putting
up with it any more.

- Does that mean you're
gonna play in the tournament?

- It means we're going to
beat her in the tournament.

Come on.

- My team,

why aren't you warming up?

- Coach Smith,

how long have you been coaching

the practice team
here at Harold?

- Going on 20 years.

- And how long has it been
since you guys won a game?

- Going on 20 years.

- What happens next year if
they cut the practice team?

What if we could change that?

- Well, I'd say that you're
not gonna become winners

by sitting around, so.

But I'll give you five minutes.

- Okay, so I got this
idea in science class.

Have you guys ever
heard of magnus force?

- Sounds like something
Superman would use

to crush his enemies.

- Or you could use
it to crush yours.

Magnus force describes
how a spinning cylinder

or sphere moves through the air.

In this case, a soccer ball.

See, depending on
which side you kick

and the force you apply,

you create unequal drag
on the upper and lower

surfaces of the ball,

which causes it to arc
one way or the other.

In layman's terms, this
is how Beckham bends it.

- Cool.

- My theory is that
if you learn how to

visualize the variables
inside your head,

you can calculate
the perfect kick

and get it in the
goal every time.

- That's awesome.

- It's like a whole other
level to playing the game.

- And we need to go
to the next level.

That's why you're going to
design all new uniforms for us.

- Wait, I am?

- If we want to be winners,
we have to act like winners,

which means dressing
like winners,

with uniforms that
don't slow us down.

- Something breathable
and stretchy,

but chic and on trend.

- So we don't have to look
like we're stuck in 1995.

- Exactly.

- Sounds like you'll be busy.

- So will you.

- Coach's playbook?

- I mean, It would
be a playbook,

if we had a playbook,

and not just a pile
of disorganized paper.

- Oh, right.

- Sorry, no offense.

How are we supposed to
figure out our plays,

if we can't figure
out where to get them?

Charlotte, do you think you
could organize these for us?

- A project!

- Okay, so we have science,

fashion and organization
on our side.

But the E Team has Edie.

How are we supposed to beat her?

- By believing that we can.

Janessa, I never managed to
make a kick before in my life,

before you taught me
how to visualize it.

If you could do that for
the rest of the team.

- We could really have a shot.

- Excuse me, I think we're
forgetting something.

There will be no changes,

to the uniforms,
to the playbook,

or to the practice, unless
the coach signs off on it.

I'm totally kidding, I think
they're wonderful ideas.

Got ya, didn't I?

- One, two, three.

- WOTB!

- I'm so inspirational.

- Wonder what's
going on over there?

- Maybe we should
go check it out.

- You know maybe, Cory
could fill you in.

Come on man, focus up.

The girls are watching.

- Mom? Dad?

- Kitten Britches?

- I've been trying
to reach you guys.

- Sorry sweetheart,

it's been hard to get
a connection out here.

How are you holding up?

- I'm okay.

- Well get ready to
be better than okay.

We figured out a way to get
you out of soccer purgatory.

- Even though we think

a well-rounded
education is important,

and sports is great for
your cardiovascular health.

- We found an
international school

nearby our medical station.

It has a terrific
science program,

and we can see each
other on the weekends.

- Oh, wow.

- What's wrong?

- Nothing, nothing's wrong.

- Well, we thought you'd
be excited, sweetheart.

- Can you guys hear me?

Nice acoustics.

And the winner of the
Nobel Prize for Physics is

Corinne Elizabeth Bailey.

- Yeah congratulations,
it's just,

I just really want you to come.

It's a big deal to me.

I don't understand why you
can't come down for one day.

There are teams coming
from all over the country.

Don't say you'll
make it up to me.

You and dad say that all
the time but you never do.

It's just another
show for you but,

this is a big deal for me.

Caitlin's gonna hand out
the trophy to the winner.

Maybe it would be a good
photo op for you guys.

No, we haven't won yet
but, I'm sure my team will.

Yes, I know you can't shut down
production for a maybe but,

you guys haven't
seen me play in ages.

Yeah okay.

I get it.

I'll see you on holidays then.

Okay, tell Dad I love him.

All right, bye.

- Hey, what's up?

- What do you want?

- Nothing just, you know.

Keeping it clean and mean.

- Nice shoes, loser.

- Yeah, my Dad got them for me.

He said he had to buy them

'cause they really
quacked him up.

Normally, I wouldn't wear them,

but I've been really
missing my parents, so.

I just mean,

I know what it's like when
your parents are gone a lot.

My parents won't get
to see me play either.

- Were you listening
in to my call?

- Not on purpose, I'm sorry.

I was just trying to help.

- I don't need your help.

And you want to know
something, Sea Girl?

You don't belong here.

You're terrible at soccer,

you're dragging your whole
team down, and Oliver just--

- What about Oliver?

- He doesn't need
you distracting him.

So why don't you do everyone
a favor and go home?

- Hey, I hear you
guys are trying

some cool new science
stuff on the field.

- Yeah, they are.

- They?

- The team.

- You're not part of the team?

- Not anymore.

I'm leaving.

- Why?

- Don't worry about it.

You should stay
focused on the game.

I know it's important to you.

- Cory, wait.

Cory?

- What do you mean she
leaves in the morning?

- Oliver said her parents
found a new school for her.

- But she already has
a school, this school.

- Something must be going on.

- I bet anything
Edie is behind it.

- So what can we do?

- We talk to her,
convince her to stay.

- I've already tried.

Her mind is made up.

- Did she say why?

- Just that she thinks
that we don't need her.

- Well, she's wrong.

- Okay, but what can we do
if she won't listen to us?

- We show her.

Come on.

You have some sewing to do.

- Hey, I was just finishing up.

What is this?

They're pickles!

Is that supposed to be me?

Yep, that's me.

And they're glowing
because of me?

- You're our sodium chloride.

We can't glow without you.

- I don't know what to say.

- So, say you'll stay,

because in real life,
we can't replace you.

- We can't do this
without you, Cory.

Your friends need you here.

- Friends?

I have friends.

- So what do you say?

Will you stay?

- How can I say no to a
bunch of dancing pickles?

♪ No matter who we are ♪

♪ No matter where we go ♪

♪ No matter what we do ♪

♪ We'll give it all we got ♪

♪ We'll do it all the way ♪

♪ We're gonna give
it all we got ♪

♪ Gather round,
all together now ♪

♪ From the ground
give it to the crowd ♪

♪ Then to the end yeah ♪

♪ Put your hands in the air ♪

♪ Everybody show your heart ♪

♪ Never stop, we're
gonna make it through ♪

♪ To the top, because
I believe in you ♪

♪ Friends to the end, yeah ♪

♪ Put your hands in the air ♪

- Beautiful.

♪ We're gonna give
it all we got ♪

♪ Say we can, we're
gonna prove it now ♪

♪ It's a now, we're
gonna sing a song ♪

♪ Friends to the end,
that's what it's all about ♪

♪ And we do it, all along ♪

♪ Don't be shy, we're
gonna sing it now ♪

♪ Stick around, we're
gonna make it now ♪

♪ Friends to end, yeah ♪

♪ Put your hands in the
air and show your hearts ♪

- Okay you're looking
magnificent my team,

let's practice some
penalty kicks, let's go.

Beautiful.

Okay, let's go.

Go again.

Okay Cory, you're up.

This one's yours.

So close, centimeters
away from brilliant.

All right, all right
let's keep it going.

Get in there, Janessa.

- So it's a two-day tournament,

which will be good for us

because we'll be up against
the lower-seeded teams

in the first half of the day.

- But practice teams
don't make it to day two.

- You guys, that's
not gonna be us.

And I hope you've all been
practicing our victory dance,

because we're going to need it.

One, two, three.

- WOTB!

- Hey ho, let's go.

Hey ho, let's go.

Hey ho, let's go.

Hey ho, let's go.

Hey ho, let's go.

Hey ho, let's go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Here we go.

One, two, three, four.

- Good follow through,
follow through.

- Come on, Janessa.

- Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Here we go.

- That's it, she's free pass.

Go Janessa.

- Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

- It's working.

- Right.

- Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Here we go.

One, two, three, four.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Hey yo, here we go.

Here we go.

Congratulations ,

Harold Academy E Team,

and for the first
time in 20 years,

the Harold Academy
Practice Team,

will go head-to-head
in the finals tomorrow.

- Can you believe
what we just did?

- It worked.

I had the whole Magnus
thing in my head

and it was like
bam, pow, swoosh!

Right into the goal.

- We made it to the finals
for the national tournament.

That's sick!

- And, I'm not gonna lie,
we looked great doing it.

- One, two, three.

- WOTB!

- Finals, here we come.

- I can't believe
I'm gonna say this,

but don't wash your
socks, Janessa.

We need all the
luck we can get if

we're gonna beat the E team.

- Lucky for you, I am
not taking these off

until after the tournament.

- Somebody crack a window.

- Guys, we don't need luck,

and I'm not afraid of Edie.

- Did you guys see her today?

I think she's afraid of us.

- Forget Edie.

Did you see Oliver
watching us today?

- I don't think he
was watching us.

- When are you guys
gonna give it up?

- He even wears
out jersey color.

- So, yellow suits
his complexion.

- Oh, so you've noticed
his complexion have you?

- Whatever, I'm a scientist.

I observe things.

It's like my job.

Oh look, I just observed that
my water bottle is empty.

I gotta stay hydrated.

Better go fill this up.

Anybody else? Nope? Okay, bye.

Totally busted.

- Totally busted for what?

- Where, how?

Oh my gosh, you're everywhere.

- Well, I'm not everywhere,

but I am here, to
see you, actually.

I was just dropping
by to see if you want

to grab a fizzy
drink or something.

- I have my water bottle.

- Okay, well good luck
in the finals tomorrow.

- Wait!

I guess one soda couldn't hurt.

- So everything's
looking really promising.

- So does that mean
they're interested?

- Yeah, scouts from three
clubs came up to talk to me.

They're meeting with my
coaches after the tournament.

- That's awesome,
I'm so happy for you.

- You know what else is awesome?

That kick today.

I swear that ball took
a perpendicular turn

between Charlotte's
foot and the net.

- I told you, it's just physics.

It makes perfect sense
once you know how to do it.

- Soccer I can talk to
you about all day long,

but when you get to
physics, you lose me.

- Okay, watch.

So here's the goal, okay?

- Sure.

- And here's the ball.

A lot of players know
how to bend the ball,

but for for less
experienced players,

accuracy can be a problem right?

Until you understand the science

of what causes the ball
to change direction.

Imagine a rocket blasting off.

The gas is shooting
down out of the rocket,

which pushes it up.

It's the same with
a spinning ball.

The air going in the
direction of the spin

goes around the ball
and pushes to the side

like the gas coming
out of a rocket,

so the air on the
other side of the ball

has to push back and,

blast off.

The ball bends and goes
straight into the net.

- You get so excited when
you talk about science.

- Well, I mean it's
pretty exciting stuff.

Some things you can predict,

but some things,
you have no clue

what's going to happen
till you test your theory.

- Yeah, sometimes you
have to test your theory.

- Uh huh.

I don't know if I can trust you.

- Why not?

- Every time I see
you, you're with Edie.

- I'm not with Edie right now.

- I just don't get it.

- I told you, she's more
than what she seems.

- Did you two used
to date or something?

- No.

- Are you seeing her now?

- No, what do I have to do

to get you to see
that I like you?

- It doesn't matter anyway.

I can't have any
distractions right now.

Neither of us can.

- I'm not trying
to distract you.

- Good, then you understand.

- Oh, let me at least
walk you to your dorm.

- I think I'd rather just
be alone and clear my head,

for the big game, you know?

- Yeah, okay.

Good luck tomorrow.

- Thanks.

- Hey.

- You scared me.

- Where were you?

We were gonna organize
a search party.

But then everybody fell asleep.

- Oliver.

- What happened?

- I think he was
about to kiss me.

- About to?

- But then I basically
accused him of either

spying for Edie or
dating her, or both.

- Yeah, that wouldn't do it.

Are you okay?

- Yeah, I'm fine.

Now go back to bed.

We have to kick
Edie's butt tomorrow.

- You should take
your own advice.

- I will, promise, okay?

- Sleep well.

- Welcome
parents, alumni,

students and visitors.

Today is the day we
have been waiting for.

Our Harold Academy
National Tournament Final

is here at last.

Today's game should
be very exciting

and will be topped off
by an awards presentation

from the international
soccer legend, Caitlin Ford.

Cheers to the
participating teams!

- E Team, E Team, E Team,
E Team, E Team, E Team.

- All right guys, circle up.

When we go out there today,

they're gonna discount
us because they think

we're just the practice team.

Well guess what?

Practice is over.

This is it, this is when all
of our hard work comes together

and we show everyone at this
school that we are champions.

- Now let's get out
there on the field and--

- One, two, three, WOTB!

- Yeah.

Yes, I am so inspirational.

- Wait, what are you doing?

- I forgot my water bottle,
I'll be right there.

- Hurry up.

- Hello?

Hello?

- E Team, E Team, E Team.

- Five
minutes to kick off.

Harold Academy's own E Team

versus the practice team
for the championship.

- Hello?

Is somebody there?

Please.

I'm stuck.

- Nice shirt.

- Like it?

Hey, where's Cory?

- Dunno, maybe
she chickened out.

- Hey Janessa, is Cory coming?

- I don't know, she said she
was getting her water bottle.

If she's not out here
before the game starts,

she's gonna be
disqualified from play.

- Where's Cory?

- I don't know.

- Help!

Is anybody out there?

Please!

- Cory?
- I'm locked in the bathroom.

Hello?

- Cory?

- Oliver?

- How did you lock yourself in?

- I didn't.

- Okay, where's the key?

- How should I know?

- The game's about to start.

You won't be able to play
if you don't get out there.

- But the girls need me!

We're a team, WOTB.

- I'll go get someone.

- There's no time.

- Stand back.

- That sounds like it hurt.

- Nope, I'm good.

- Wait!

We can't start the game without
singing the anthem first.

- What are you talking about?

We don't sing the anthem.

- Well, it's about
time we start.

- Are you kidding me?

♪ Australians all
let us rejoice. ♪

♪ For we are young and free ♪

♪ We've golden soil
and wealth for toil ♪

♪ Our home is girt by sea ♪

- Okay, here we go.

I'm gonna break down the door.

- Did it work?

- Uh, it sure did,
my plan worked.

- Thank you.

- Don't mention it.

♪ Then let us sing ♪

♪ Advance Australia Fair ♪

- I'm here.

- Yes, WOTB!

- We sang.
- You did?

- Yeah, we did some singing.

- Oh, thank you.

- Okay, let's go.

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey, yeah ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey, yeah ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey, yeah ♪

- Woo! Good job guys

- Okay, you are amazing.

That was an awesome
first half ladies.

- Thanks to Cory.

- Thanks to all of us.

- Hey Cory, why don't you sub
in for one of your teammates,

and give someone a bit
of a break for a minute?

- Coach, they're
killing it out there,

and I'm just not that good.

I don't want to
ruin our chances.

- Cory.

- Go out there, and
make me proud, okay?

- All right, good run, good run.

This is so exciting.

- I know. Go guys!

WOTB!

- E Team, E Team, E Team.

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey, yeah ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey, yeah ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Let's do it, let's go ♪

♪ Hey yo ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey, yeah ♪

- That's
three all, at full time.

According to the rules
of the tournament,

we will be going straight
into a penalty shootout.

- Janessa?

- No.

- Are you okay?

- I think it's sprained.

Cory, you have to take my place.

- Now? I can't.

I've never made a
penalty kick in my life.

Somebody else.

- No, you.

- You brought us here.

- None of us would
be here without you.

- But--

- Listen to me.

Just a few short weeks
ago, you were Sea Girl.

Just a science
brain with no idea

what she was doing
at a soccer camp.

But Cory, you're so
much more than that.

You're a dancer.

- A swimmer.

- A soccer player.

- And our friend.

You've come so far,

but you only have
one more step to go.

You can do this.

The only person who
doesn't believe it, is you.

- Put me in.

- WOTB.

- WOTB!

- Yes, yes.

- Good job, you do the rest.

- I can't take
another round of this.

- Then you better get it in.

- Come on, come on.

- Just let yourself
be present in the moment.

Feel the rest of the
world, falling away.

♪ Dig in deep ♪

♪ There's a fire inside of me ♪

♪ And I know who I am ♪

♪ Who I'm meant to be ♪

♪ I'm not alone ♪

♪ You were always here with me ♪

♪ Now I know who I am ♪

♪ And who I'm meant to be ♪

- No!

♪ It's who I'm meant to be ♪

♪ This is who I'm meant to be ♪

♪ Who I'm meant to be ♪

- One, two, three, WOTB!

- Congratulations.

Congratulations.

The spirit of sportsmanship,

and love of soccer, has
been wonderful to see.

Congratulations to all the teams

that participated
in the competition.

And the winner of
the tournament is,

Harold Soccer Academy
Practice Team.

- You did it.

- What?

- We wouldn't be
here without you.

- Congratulations.

- WOTB!

- What do you want, Edie?

I don't have time for
your games right now.

- Fine, forget about it.

I knew it was stupid anyway.

- Okay Edie, I'll bite.

What is it?

- I just wanted
to say cngrtltns.

- Excuse me?

- Congratulations.

- Would it be any easier
if you tried to spell it?

- I said, congratulations.

You guys were really
good out there today.

- Thank you.

- And I was wondering
if you could teach me

some of that soccer
physics stuff?

- Oh really?

But I thought you
knew everything

there was to know about soccer.

- I do, but I don't
know everything

there is to know about science.

You know we might actually
make a killer team.

- Hmm, well you
have a ways to go

before you could
make it on my team,

but if you're willing to work,

come by our practice
tomorrow after school.

- All right loser, see you then.

- Edie, wait.

- Why? Why do you have
such a problem with me?

- Oliver and I have been friends
since we were little kids,

and I think I was afraid

you were gonna take
him away from me.

- What?

- Not romantically.

He's like a brother to me,
it's just, I'm not like you.

I don't have a lot of friends.

I have to hold on to
the few that I do have.

- I didn't used to be like me,
either, with lots of friends.

But every day is chance to be
someone you weren't yesterday.

What are you doing right now?

- Nothing.

- Come on.

- Where are we going?

- We're going to make
some new friends.

- That your phone?

- I'm sorry, I
have to take this.

Hi guys!

- We're sorry we've been
out of contact for so long.

- The power lines
went down out here

and it's been a real mess.

- But guess what?

It'll take a couple of weeks

to finish processing
your enrollment,

but there's a spot available

at that international
school we told you about.

You can leave tonight!

Cory?

- Listen up everyone.

I just received official
word from the school.

The practice teams
won't be back next year.

They're being combined
with the other teams.

So everyone will play
together in the same squad!

- Cory?

- Sorry, what were you saying?

- We're gonna spring you from
that joint, Kitten Britches.

- Oh, about that, didn't
you get my message?

I think I want to stay here.

- Are you sure?

- I'm sure.

I'm actually
really, really sure.

I gotta go guys.

I love you.

Okay, bye.

- Victory dance.

♪ No matter who we are ♪

♪ No matter where we go ♪

♪ No matter what we do ♪

♪ We just ♪

♪ No matter what's in store ♪

♪ That is just a start ♪

♪ We'll give it all we got ♪

♪ We'll do it all the time ♪

♪ We're gonna give
it all we got ♪

♪ Take it to the crowd ♪

♪ Hands in the air, yeah ♪

♪ Put your hands in the
air let me show you how ♪

♪ Never stop, we're
gonna make it through ♪

♪ To the top, because
I believe in you ♪

♪ Hands in the air, yeah ♪

♪ Put your hands in the air ♪

♪ Don't matter who we are ♪

♪ Don't matter where we go ♪

♪ Don't matter what we do ♪

♪ That is just a start ♪

♪ We'll give it all we've got ♪

♪ We'll do it all the high ♪

♪ We're gonna give
it all we got ♪

♪ All together now ♪

♪ Take it to the crowd ♪

♪ Put your hands in the air ♪

♪ We're gonna show you how ♪

♪ Never stop, we're
gonna make it through ♪

♪ To the top, because
I believe in you ♪

♪ Put your hands in the air ♪

♪ We're gonna do it ♪

♪ We're gonna give
it all we got ♪

♪ No matter, we're gonna do it ♪

♪ We're gonna give
it all we got ♪