Barry (2018–…): Season 1, Episode 8 - Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth - full transcript

In the season finale, Barry vows to give up his life of crime. Elsewhere, Pazar enlists a replacement to take care of Fuches. Detective Moss closes in on an arrest that they hope will crack the Madison homicide case.

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I got a gun.

Hang on. Wait a
minute. I got a gun.

I got a fucking gun!


Barry, you're alive!
You're fucking alive!

What the fuck? Whoa!

What? Are you okay?

What the fuck
happened with Sifuentes?

Goran is pissed. Hank thinks
he's gonna come after us.

I mean, fucking Chechens, right?

They got no sense of
personal responsibility.


What are you doing there, buddy?

Taking my money,
and I'm gonna leave.

Whoa! Your money?

Your money. That's funny

because, you know,
it's our money, buddy.

That money is our...

What the fuck, man?

You can't just come here
and fucking hit me in the face!


I'm done, Fuches,

starting now.


What the fuck?

Ah! Ow!

My fucking tooth.


Hey, man.

Goran here?

He's totally here. Come on in.

Can I get you anything?

Beer, submarine sandwich?

- Maybe a steak for your face?
- Thanks. No.



Hey, fellows.


Everyone is a little on edge

because of the whole
war with the Bolivians.


Hey, Goran. Look.

Fuches is here.


You have many
balls to come here.

Well, I thought
we needed to talk.

About what? About how you
fucked up my entire operation?

About how you talked me
into going after stash house

and start war with Bolivians?

Goran, respectfully,

as I recall, I mean, I
asked you what you wanted.

You said the stash house,
and I said, "Well, take it."

You know, but
really, I said it like a...

I said it like a jazz musician
would say, you know, like,

"Your turn to riff,
man. Take it away!"


Okay, I can see you're
upset. I can. You know what?

I didn't run, did I?

I didn't run. I came right
back here to make things right.

Barry's alive!

- No way, Jose.

Yeah way. He's alive,
and I can give him to you.

Goran, out of respect, I
can lead you right to him,

and all I ask for in return

is that you and I are
good again, okay, buddy?

Also, there's a small amount
of money he took from me,

which is rightfully mine, so...

Why would I do this?

You just told me he is alive,

and I already know
where to find him.

(LAUGHS) I'm sure
that you think you know...

Acting class.

- You know about the acting class?
- Yes.

Stupid Vacha follow him there,

get himself killed,

get cops even
more up my asshole.

Yeah, I see, I see. I got it.


the thing is, Barry
turned on me.

You know? He tried to kill
me, after I raised him like a son.

I mean, just look at my... Look
at my fucking face, would you?

This tooth, you
see how loose it is?

- You see right there?
- He can fix that.


There, that fixed.



I want you to meet someone.



No, that's the guy who
filed my fucking teeth!

You said he was dead!

No, that was Vacha.

This is twin brother, Ruslan.

There are two of them?

Ruslan here was last one born,

so he got a little overcook.

He is really crazy one.


Cut him up into
manageable pieces.

No one likes lugging
around fifty kilos of torso.

That is back injury
waiting to happen.

The trash bags
are in that cupboard.

No. Hey, Goran. Goran. Goran.

Hank! Hank, buddy,
buddy, buddy, buddy.

Come on!


Hey. Ruslan, right? It's Ruslan?

Yeah, you know what, buddy?

You are in America
now, man. Yeah.





Let Ruslan get rid of Fuches,

then we go to this acting class.

You know, Goran, if I put
myself in position of Barry,

I don't stick around
to go to acting class

after shootout with Bolivians.

You know the song
Fly Like an Eagle

performed by Seal on the
Space Jam soundtrack?

If I'm Barry, I
fly like an eagle.

Are you in love with Barry?

No, I was just saying I
don't think he go take class,

knowing that we
all think he's dead.

Who are you loyal to?

- You, Goran.
- Yes.

You are really loyal.

Plant lipstick camera.

Get shot by Barry.
Then stick up for Barry.

Offer anyone who shows
up here submarine sandwich.

- I'm polite.
- You

are weak.

We will go. You will stay here
and help Oksana with dishes.


Don't be like that!




Barry. So nice to
hear your voice.

What do you want?

Fuches is here. He
told us you're alive.

All right.


I do not know if you'll
be seeing Fuches again.

Also, Goran says, soon, he's
going to acting class to find you,

so I suggest you take
your money and, you know,

fly like Bug Bunny in Space Jam.


- Thanks, Hank.
- No, thank you, Barry.

Thank you for your friendship.

You are a super good guy.

I have to go.





Thank you.

- Loach!
- Yeah?

Grab your shit.

Judge just signed a
warrant to bring in Pazar!

Goran Pazar, we're
coming to get you.


What the fuck you doing?


Why isn't he in 20 pieces?

I'm building
stocks to put him in.

I got the plans from a
woodworking magazine.

Stocks? Why?

Check this out.

I put him in this.



Then I cut him up.

Why would you build this?

What, I'm going to travel
with stocks on a plane?

It's a torture device, dude.

Watching me build this
shit is part of the torture!

Kill him.


It's just, you said I
could, like, do my thing.

I thought you were, uh, cool.

Stop with the theatrics!

Just kill him!

No, no, no, please, please.

- (TEARFULLY) No. Please.

Please! Please! No!



What's wrong?

Look, I'm being a dick here,

but if you knew
Vacha like I did,

you'd know stocks
would be his thing.

Now, watch, Ruslan.

This is how you get rid
of someone in America.



How'd you miss
from that distance?








Is that... Is that... Barry!


Oh, my God! I fucking
love you so much!

Cut me out! Cut me out!

Keep your fucking voice down.


Oh, my God!

I gotta get my tooth.

Fuck your goddamn tooth.


So I burned a CD
for this very moment.

Apocalypse Now, motherfucker.


What? What the fuck is this?

That's Flight of the Bumble Bee.

Apocalypse Now is Ride
of the Valkyries, you idiot.


Goran, your tea is getting cold.

I hope you guys like iced tea.






Okay, yeah, that's definitely
coming for us. That's not good.


- Barry.
- Get out.

- Come on.
- No, I'm done. Get out.

No, listen. Look, you're
made for this job, all right?

You just proved it at
Pazar's. It's who you are.

No, it's who you made me.

I'm done with you, Fuches.

Okay, fine. You don't
want to see me anymore.

That's great. That's great.
I still get half the money.

You can have all
the money. Get out.

I'm done with you.

I'm done with all
this, starting right


COP: Let's move it along.

Get out, Fuches.

FUCHES: Barry.

Come on, buddy.



- What's going on here?
- All right. All right.

- Let's go.
- Thank you.




Buddy, you don't mean it!



Phew! What the
fuck happened here?

Looks like the Bolivians
made it here before we did.

Well, now you can't rule
other people out just like that.

Now who's making
work? This was Bolivians.

- WOMAN: Hey, Janice?
- Yeah.

Looks like the shooter
was in the window there.

Shots came from
pretty low to the ground.

Shooter was either crouching,
or he was extremely short.

BOTH: Bolivians.

Which led us to the conclusion

that rival crime organizations
from Chechnya and Bolivia

led by these two men, Goran
Pazar and Cristobal Sifuentes,

were baited into
war by this man,

Taylor Garrett, and his partner,

the ringleader of
the entire operation,

this man, Richard Krempf,
a.k.a. Ryan Madison.

While he posed as an
actor and a physical trainer,

his primary occupation
was one of crime,

violence, and greed.

HANK: You want a
beer or something?

Richie can make you a
cocktail, submarine sandwich.

We got the six-foot-long.
It's gluten-free.

You know, you're very polite.

This is nice.

Yes! Nice.

It is nice, and you know what?

Once the guys get
to know each other,

it's gonna be super great.



They're small but
they're friendly.


point, we are highly confident

that Mr. Garrett and
Mr. Madison acted alone.

So, essentially with
these men trying to pit

two crime organizations
against each other,

thus reaping the
benefits of their demise,

much like the Kurosawa
movie, Yojimbo.

I'll open it up to
some questions.

Michael Leslie, KNX Newsradio.

- Can you spell Yojimbo, please?

OFFICER: I believe it's
spelled just how it sounds.

- So, "Yo," Y-O...
- Detective Moss.

GENE: They say that the
camera adds 10 pounds to you.

Not from where
I'm standing, babe.

Such films as
Rashomon, famous for...

I only wish they
gave you more lines,

but there are no small
parts, only small actors.

What are you doing, calling me?

You cracked the case.

You owe me a
swift kick in the balls.

(GASPS) Ooh!



Anything else?

REPORTER: Yes, was
Yojimbo his only film?

OFFICER: God, no.
He was highly prolific.

- Hey! Hey!
- Hey.

- Hi.
- How's it going?

- How are you?
- Good. Great.

I just... I wanted to
come and say, um,

goodbye. I'm... I'm not
gonna take the class anymore.

- But thank you.
- What?

Why? You did it.

You were... Oh, my
God, you were so great.

You were emotional
and honest and...

No, I get what you're saying,
but I just don't think I can...

You were talking about
my process and stuff.

I don't think that
can be my process.

I don't think I can go
to that place again.

Barry. Sit down.

Look, Barry, what you
did the other night was real.

I saw it in your eyes,

and I know that to get
to a real place like that,

you had to draw on
something so painful.

Okay, I haven't told
anyone here this before...

Well, except Natalie. And Nick.

I think Jermaine.
Obviously Gene.

But I... I really... I
don't like to talk about it.


I was married.

Like, right out of high school.

- Wow.
- I was, like, 18.

So stupid.

Yeah, he was a real, um...

He was a real piece of work

and you know, like, violent.

He hit you?

Oh, my God, it was,
like, a lifetime ago

but something I draw
on a lot in my acting work.

That's how I know that you went
to the same place the other night.

You're a real
actor, Barry. I saw it,

and I don't say that
to a lot of people.

Look, I know where you
went, and I know how hard it is.

I really... I do,

but it's not always
gonna feel like that.

It gets easier. Trust me.

I mean, using my
pain in my work, it's...

It's helped me to process it.

It can be the same for you.

Plus, I don't have healthcare.
It's cheaper than therapy, so...

You know,

whatever it is that you were
drawing on the other night,

you can tell me about it.


I mean, I just told you
about my marriage, so...

Well, that's true.

It's okay. It's a process.

I understand.

But you can't quit now.

Have you ever heard of a
play called The Front Page?

The Front what?

I think we should
do it together.

Wait. Wait. You want
to do a play with me?

Yeah, we work well together.

Don't worry. You don't
have to get too heavy.

It's not a drama. It's a comedy,

so all you have to do is
talk really loud and fast.

Anyone can do it.

You want to do a comedy with me?


What do you think?

Okay. Yeah.

- Yeah. Yeah.
- Really?

- No, I... Let's do it.
- Okay. Yay.

- That sounds awesome.
- Okay.

So we'll start rehearsals
Tuesdays and Thursdays...

SALLY: Okay, try it once more.

BARRY: "Listen, Duffy, I want
you to tear out the whole front page.

"That's what I said,
the whole front page.

"Johnson's writing the lead."

Okay, try it again, just, I
think, faster and louder.

"Now, Listen, Duffy, I want you
to tear out the whole front page.

"That's what I said,
the whole front page.

- "Johnson's writing the lead."
- That was funnier.

- You left the word "out" out. Yeah.
- Shoot.

"Whole front page out.
Johnson will write the lead."

But I got most of the
words right, though, yeah?

Yeah, it was good.

- Yeah?
- Yeah, it's getting there.


Janice is here.

Does that mean I have to get up?


You gotta help
her with her bags.


Oh, my God.

This is so beautiful.

So are you in that
dress, Janice! Wow!

- It's beautiful.
- Hey, Barry.

- Hi.
- GENE: Hello, my love.

Welcome to my sanctuary!

Get up here!

Welcome to my happy home.

Hot and cold running water.

The miracle of
high-speed Internet.

- Sure.
- And our room is up there,

like right next to
the guest room.

- It's a cozy little place, babe.
- Cozy.

And this, this is the
poster for the new show?

SALLY: Yeah.

GENE: Yeah, we just
settled on that font.

But "Barry Block"?

Oh, that's my stage name.

Yeah, it's catchier
than "Berkman."

Oh, is it?

So I understand it's your
first big show, Barry, right?

Yeah. Yeah. It's a
little nerve-racking,

but I'm in good
hands with these two.


You're coming to
opening night, right?

I would not miss
it for the world,

and thank you for letting me
intrude on your rehearsals.

Oh, you're not intruding at all.

I actually think we're
in a really good place.

- Yeah. Yeah, we are.
- Yeah. Yeah.

You are, Barry.

- Yeah?
- Yeah.



Oh, God.

Thank you.

- Well done. Well done.
- SALLY: Bravo!

- Bravo.
- SALLY: Kiss the cook!

It's gonna be good.

Actually, our next production
is gonna be Zoo Story.

Oh, yeah. That's an
Eddie Albee one-act.

It is about a nut
case and a square

having it out on a
bench in Central Park.

Yeah, and the cool thing is

that Sally and I are gonna
switch roles every night,

so one night we play the nut case,
the next night we play the square.


Just to give, like, the audience a
different experience every night.

So you're expecting people
to come multiple times?



JANICE: So, Barry, what's
your endgame with this?

- "Endgame"?
- Yeah.

I mean, are you hoping
to get into TV or movies?

- What's your thing?
- BARRY: Uh...

You know, I think my first
and only love is the theater.

You know, and that's
where I'm my happiest.

Actually, Sally's the
one who's killing it

in those other areas
you just mentioned.

I mean, she's doing amazing.

She recently was in the
running for a pilot on Fox.

I didn't get it, though.

But it was between her and
another girl. But my point is

that people in town are
talking about her, you know.

I mean, someone this talented
can't go unnoticed for too long.

You're nice.

Just telling the truth.

GENE: You have to
give yourself more credit.

So the first time I
saw this kid perform...


He improvised a monologue

about a soldier that came
back from Afghanistan

who got a job as
a hit man, right?

Then he worried. He said,

"Oh, my gosh, maybe I
am only good at killing."

He wanted work outside
of killing. Am I right?

- I got it pretty good, right?
- When was this?

Very emotional.

- I don't remember that.
- What are you talking about?

It was in the parking
lot. I'm sitting in the car.

You're standing at the window.

When I heard him
do this monologue,

I said to myself, "Shit.
This guy has got something."

Gene, I don't know.

I don't know.

GENE: You are too modest.

I'm gonna train
that right out of you.

SALLY: He will, too.

So, I have a question.

Sally, Gene tells me you
wanna do a ride-along.

Yes, absolutely.

Have you, like, ever
fired a gun before?

- Have you...
- SALLY: No, I haven't actually.

What are you interested in?

Detective? Patrol person?

SALLY: I think
I'd be a detective.

- GENE: She can do anything.
- Yeah. No, she...

She could do anything.

SALLY: Well, I haven't
played a detective yet,

but I feel like

one lives inside me somewhere.

- You know what I mean?
- JANICE: Yeah.

SALLY: A certain
kind of strong...

"Barry Block."


Chris Lucado?



If this guy was
someone you knew...

You'd recognize him.

- Janice. Janice.
- Hey, Barry.

I'm gonna need
to see your hands.

I'm clean. Here are my hands.

I'm clean.

Janice, listen. I used to work

for a man who talked me into
doing some really bad stuff.

But that's not who I am, okay?

I realized what I was
doing was wrong, and I...

I did everything I had to do

to put it behind me.

And I did it.

It was hard, but I did it.

And everything's
so good right now.

I'm a good person.

I help people out.

And if you could just walk away

from this and forget about it,
everybody's life will be better.

- You know I can't do that, Barry.
- Yes. No, yes, you can.

Janice, you can because

we want the same thing.

We... We wanna be happy.

We want love.

We want a life.

And we're doing it, Janice.

We're the same.

But we're not.

We're not the same, Barry,

'cause I'm a cop,

and you're a fucking murderer.


I'm gonna need you to
walk back up to the cabin.

No, no, no, listen.
Just listen to me.

I'm gonna cuff you, and then
I'm gonna make a phone call.

- Do you understand?
- No, no, we can figure this out.

- Let's talk about this, please.
- Barry.

- Let's just... Janice, please.
- Barry. Barry!


Think about what this
will do to you and Gene.

You guys seem so happy. This
could... This could end all that.

I can't think about
that now, Barry.


Can we please not do this?


It's done.


Starting now.