Barry (2018–…): Season 4, Episode 8 - wow - full transcript

Barry, having received a call from NoHo Hank, leaves to go save his family from his grasp. Barry then is confronted with a choice as he learns Mr. Cousineau is blamed for the death of Janice.

Are you wondering how healthy the food you are eating is? Check it -
- What?
- I want to talk.

Why? Did you run
out of rockets?

I have something to
offer you, to make peace.

Not interested in making
peace with you, Hank.

- I can get you Barry.
- Bring him over.

No. I need you to
come to my offices.

Fuck you, Hank. Come to your
office. You shoot my ass of.

What to you take me for? You?

- He's on his way here right now.
- I'm hanging up on you, Hank.

No. Look. You see that?

That's Sally Reed,
his girlfriend.

And then, there's
this little guy.

Is that his son?

That's right. He'll
be here any minute.

I'm coming over.

You came to LA looking
for him, didn't you?

Let me guess.

You were in a bad place

and you felt like he was the
only one who could help you?

Good luck. I mean it.


What's gonna happen to us?

It's not for me to decide.

- Guns.
- Okay, what kind?


We'll make this brief. With this
new information coming to light,

we're reopening the
Janice Moss murder case.

We now have reason to believe
Gene Cousineau was involved.

We were just talking
about a movie.

I'd like to hear a few
words from Janice's father.

It pains me to say this because
I was tricked by the man.

But I believe deep in my
heart that Gene Cousineau

manipulated Barry Berkman
to kill my daughter.

For the past eight years, he wasn't
in hiding. He was on the run.

And his ego brought him back
to LA and got him caught.

What I want, what I always
wanted, was justice for Janice.

Mom, please tell
me what's going on.

We don't move around a lot
because of my special job.

It's because we're fugitives.

Do you know what that means?

It means people who are
hiding from the police.

Your dad he escaped prison,

and I ran away with him.

- Why was he in prison?
- Because he killed a lot of people.

- Because he was a soldier?
- No. Because he was a murderer.

And I'm a murderer, too.

I killed a man.

And I deserve whatever
happens to me.

But you don't.

You're a good kid.

You always do the right thing.

I know I never told
you that before,

but you're a good person.

I'm not.

I'm a bad mother.

I'm sorry.

I'm so sorry.

I'm sorry, John.

Okay. Just take her.
You, stay with the boy.

No. No.

- Mom! No!
- It's okay.

No! Mom!

- Wait!
- No! Mom!

Where's the kid?

No, okay. Barry's
almost here, all right?

We got the girlfriend
as the dangling carrot.

- As soon as he gets here...
- Bring him out or I walk.

You're very lucky Barry fell
into your lap like this.

Seizing on luck is
part of my profession.

Well, yeah. You're a businessman,
not some lowlife killer.

You got all this through
hard work, seizing on luck,

and as a tribute to
the love of your life,

who was murdered
by your enemies.

Denial, it's tough. I used
to think I was a soldier,

ignoring the fact that I'd never
fought in a battle in my whole life.

I was a poser. Yeah.

And I fancied myself a mentor,
fostering other men's natural abilities.

But it wasn't until
I was in prison

and I got beaten to within an
inch of my life day after day

that I finally dropped the bullshit
and just accepted who I am.

A man with no heart.

I am nothing like you, Fuches.

You're a weak, manipulative,
pathetic little man.

New deal. I walk away right now.
You'll never hear from me again.

All you have to do is admit
that you killed Cristobal.

Admit that you fucked up.

Admit that you were scared,

that you hate yourself,

that there's some days you
don't think you deserve to live.

And the only thing that'll make you
forget is by being someone else.

- He was the love of my life.
- I know.

- It wasn't supposed to happen.
- It never is.

- I just wanted to be safe.
- We all do.

You know what? You're
a fucking liar.

The deal is off.
Go fuck yourself.

Okay. All right.

You're okay, son. You're okay.

Just, come on. Let me get
you back to your daddy.

Don't look down. Follow me.

- John?
- Mom?

I can't fucking see.
Guys, I can't see.

John? Where are you?

Wake. Damian, man.


Good job. Keep walking.

Lord, I'm gonna die tonight.
Please give me the strength

to sacrifice myself so that my son
can live a long and pious life.

And that by doing this, all
my sins will be washed away

and I will be redeemed in your eyes,
and I will be able to sit next to you

in my rightful place in the kingdom
of heaven for all of eternity. Amen.

- Dad!
- John?

- John!
- Dad!

Oh my god. Come here.


John! Barry!

Gene Cousineau Suspect
In Murder of Girlfriend

I spoke to Cousineau.
I went to his house.

You went to his house?

He might go to jail
for Janice's murder.

You need to turn yourself in.


I don't think that's
what God wants for me.

I went in there tonight prepared to
die, and for some reason, he spared me.

Honey, I've been redeemed.

The only way to be redeemed is by
taking responsibility for what you did.

And the only way to do that
is by turning yourself in.

You're tired. I'm tired.
It's been a long day.

In the morning, we'll get
out of L. A., regroup.

We'll figure out the next
chapter of our lives.




Sally, you in there?





Gene? It's me.

I hope you're not still on
the internet. Are you okay?

Warner Bros: We Dont
Work With Murderers

Those news trucks went away, so
you can come out now if you want.

"Gene Cousineau's Son:"

"I figured out my dad bought my house
with drug money. So he shot me."

I made a mess in the kitchen.
I owe you a little vitamax.

I'm gonna run out and
get you a new one.

I'm gonna be right back.

Listen, buddy, everything's
gonna be fine, I promise you.

Just keep your pecker up.
Remember, you're not alone.

- Jesus!
- Who the fuck are you?

- Sally! Sally!
- Jesus Christ

Who are you looking for?
There's no one here.

- Get out of my way.
- Easy. Please don't hurt me.

Sally! John! John, it's Dad!

- Just calm down.
- Where's my family?

Hey, I know they're here.
Sally Reed, blonde girl.

- She's got a little boy with her.
- I swear they've never come here.

They've been talking to
Cousineau. I know they're here.

Please believe me.
They're not here.

Maybe it's a good thing
that you came now, Barry.

You know, Gene is in
a desperate situation.

Gene's gonna go to jail.

He's being accused of all
the things that you did.

You are the only one
who can save him, Barry.

This is an opportunity
to do the right thing.

- You haven't seen a little boy here?
- I haven't.

I see.

- You should call the cops.
- The cops?

I'm gonna turn myself.

It's 331 Everwood, the comer
of Everwood and Steiner.

We need an ambulance right now.

How amazing are they?

That was so wonderful, Ms. Reed.

Thank you guys. Thanks for coming. I
wanna see you audition next spring.

- Okay, got it.
- Bye! Drive safe!

Okay, let's go home.

- Sally Reed. Hi.
- Yeah? Hi.

- It was a great show tonight.
- Oh, thank you so much.

I love Our Town. I'm
actually a big Our Town head.

Robert. I'm the new
AP History teacher.

Hey, Robert, nice to meet you.

I try to get my students to come
out and support the theater kids.

It's a hell of a lot
easier when it's this good.

That's so nice of you to say. I mean,
not all your groups are created equal.

So, they're a really great
bunch. Thanks. Thanks for coming.

You wanna go get a drink or maybe
a cup of coffee or something?

- No.
- Of course.

Cool. Okay. Nice to
meet you, Robert.

Let's go, John!

Mom, is it cool if I
stay at Eric's tonight?

- Yeah, it's fine.
- You'll be okay?

Yeah. I'll be fine.

Okay. I love you.

Hey, John?

- Was it okay?
- Of course. It always is.

- It was good, right?
- Yes.

Okay. Yeah, have fun. Be good.

- She said yes?
- Yeah.

You ready for this?

Yeah. Let's go!

- You want a drink, bro?
- Thank you. I don't drink.

- You ready for this?
- I don't know if I want to watch it.

Yeah. Don't listen to your
mom. You deserve to see this.

File name MC.


I'm a soldier. A Marine.

Just getting back from a
long tour in Afghanistan.

I got no job, got no family, got
no friends. I need a community.

I keep having all these nightmares,
all the terrible shit I saw in combat.

It's really fucked me. I just
want to feel human again.

And I'm sick taking orders.

No orders from me. But
you will get a few notes.

Gene Cousineau.

She should've died.
Sorry, I'll do it again.


There would've been a
time for such a word.

Tomorrow, and
tomorrow, and tomorrow,

creeps in this petty
pace from day to day.

It is a tale told by an idiot,

full of sound and fury,
signifying nothing.

Barry, that was wonderful.
The passion, the intensity.

You just had your
first breakthrough.

I did what you taught
me, Mr. Cousineau.

All that terrible stuff I told
you, I used it and it worked.

I'm so proud of you.

What you did up there
today was amazing.

Oh, thanks. I'm still learning.
I'm Barry, by the way.

- Sally Reed.
- Yeah, I know who you are.

You're one of the best
students in class.

Mr. Cousineau,
you'll never guess...

Ryan Madison? Who are these
two guys? Mr. Cousineau?

We are busy, Barry.

I'm sorry to tell you all this,

but your classmate, Ryan
Madison, has been killed.

If any of you have any
information, please talk to me.

I'll help you solve this case if
you'll let me take you out to dinner.

Mr. Cousineau, what
was that noise?

Oh, my god! What happened?

It doesn't matter. I need your help.
We need to get rid of the body.

What? I thought you loved
her! How could you?!

They'll put me away for
this. Is that what you want?

I know something was
up with you, Cousineau.

You owe me. I took you in and
helped you become human again.

I fought for you. Now it's
your turn. You're a soldier.

Now do your duty!

I can't. Not like this.

You're going to regret
this, Barry Berkman.

Barry Berkman murdered
Janice Moss in cold blood.

That son of a bitch.

Then he kidnapped me, threw
me in the trunk of a car.

On your feet, Berkman!

Sorry, brother. I know
you're just doing your job.

- What are you going to do with us?
- That's up to Mr. Cousineau.


I got you! It's okay.
I got you. Is he okay?

All right, we gotta move.
Stay behind me. Okay?

You shouldn't have come back, Barry.
You ruffled a lot of feathers.

You're finished, Cousineau.

Barry, none of this
would've happened

if you would've helped me
clean up that Janice mess.

I thought soldiers knew
how to take orders.

Sometimes being a good soldier
means not taking orders.

Gene Cousineau is currently
serving life in prison

for the murders of Janice
Moss and Barry Berkman.

PFC Barry Berkman was laid to rest
in Arlington National Cemetery

with full honors.