Beartown (2020–…): Season 1, Episode 4 - Episode #1.4 - full transcript

Neither the star of the team, Kevin, nor their coach, Peter, come to the crucial final game and Beartown's future is on the line.

No idea.

Nope. It's totally crazy. They
just came and grabbed him.

Totally insane.

- What the hell are you doing? Faggot.
- Shut up.

Leave a message and I'll get back to you.

Peter, what are you up to? You'd
damn well better call me!

We're on our way. We're on the bus!

Damn it! Call me!

- Did you get through to him?
- No.

I've called ten times. No answer.

I've called too.

- Do you know anything at all?
- No, nothing!

- No one's saying...
- The police won't tell me anything.

- What does Nicki say?
- Oh, she's too busy getting facials...

- Sune, why haven't you called?
- What?

- I've been calling you.
- What is it?

- The police pulled Kevin off the bus.
- What?

- Peter took off before they even left.
- I'll call him.

Do it. Call him!

- You've reached Peter...
- You have to delay the game.

- Delay the game?
- Delay the damn game.

We can't delay the... Drop it.

Hi, it's Sune. What's going on?
What? You're where?

- What's the plan?
- I don't know. Let go of me!

My God...

- Sune! Do you know anything?
- No, nothing.

- Where the hell is Peter?
- We'll do without Peter and Kevin.

But you'll manage. I'm
here if you need help.

This is a crisis!

- You're the boss!
- Drop it now.

Of course we're upset! We
can't play without Kevin!

Hi, boys. Okay, who's team
captain when Kevin isn't here?

I am.

- And you are?
- Benji Ovic.

That's that bruise...

- Anything else on this arm?
- The elbow.

I fell down. This wasn't related to...

Let's document it anyway.

You can pull down your sleeve now.

- Are you doing okay with this?
- Yeah.

- You know I'm Bobo's mom, right?
- Yeah.

- I'm old friends with your parents.
- Can you turn your arm? That's it.

That's fine.

- Have you heard anything?
- No. Let go!




Here they come.

A warm welcome to today's final!

The away team is Beartown Hockey.

Face-off in 20 minutes.

- What the hell are you doing?
- Stand up, you fat cunt.

- Shut your trap.
- You'll be crying for mommy soon.

- We're going to be carried off the ice!
- What the hell do we do?

We're fucked without Kevin.

It'll take a miracle for us to win.

- It's going to be a messy game.
- Did you see their center? He's huge!

Fuck, man...

We're going to get massive concussions.

- Where you going, Benji?
- Stay here.

What the hell!

- What the...
- I took them down a few notches.

- What did you do?
- What the hell?

- Give it your all... as a team.
- Come on now.

- It is now!
- The Bear awakes!

- It! Is! Now!
- The Bear awakes!

He can't be here. His game
is starting now! The finals!

You said that. Have a seat.

These accusations are bull! Whatever
it is can wait till tomorrow.

So you're saying she's lying?


Can you expand on that a bit?

It was...

I mean, she was all over me all evening.

Like, she kept trying to be around me.

- Putting her arms around me and stuff.
- So she initiated it?


So, then... why is it that she says
the exact opposite all of a sudden?


It's going to be okay. We'll
be right here the whole time.

- It's all lies, you hear me? Lies!
- What the hell is he doing here?

Huh? How can they have him here at the
same time as us? That's bullshit!

We should tell someone.

Just drop it now.


- Are you Maya?
- Yeah.

I'm Kristina, your victim's advocate.

So you say her injuries
occurred in some other way?

Yeah. It was a pretty wild party.

And she was pretty drunk, so
she was falling into things.

- Were you drunk?
- Yes.

What did you do then?

Well, then... we went to my room...

and had sex.

Normal sex?

Well, maybe it wasn't all
that soft and gentle.

But she wanted it like that.

We love Beartown!

Get it!

Great, Bobo!

Great! Come on now!

Come on, skate!

- Great! Come on!
- Chase it, Benji!

Straight at the goal!

Go, Amat!

Beartown takes the lead by 0-1.

Goal made by Benjamin Ovic, number 16.

Assist by number 7, William Lyt.

We have to do something about
him in the next period.

Great, boys! Good work, Amat!

Did you say that in some way? That
you didn't want to go further?

I... tried to leave...

But... he held me back.

So I couldn't.

You couldn't what?

I couldn't leave the room.

And then?


He pushed me down on the bed.

Then he raped me.

Come on! Get him!

Do something, you whore of a ref!


Good work, boys! Keep it up!

Not again, you fucking whore of a ref!

- Asshole ref!
- I'll kill you!

- First offense.
- Didn't you see it? The whole arena did!

Beartown's William Lyt in the penalty
box for two minutes, cross-checking.

I'll kill that bastard
for sending Willie off!

- There are kids here.
- What did you bring them for?

- Send off the other guy instead!
- Don't listen.

really at the top of their game.
They took over right from face-off.

Charlie Axelsson of Haparanda
is really turning up the heat!

The question on everyone's mind
is, where is Kevin Erdahl?

It's clear Beartown is
missing its star player.

Why did you wait a week
before reporting it?

I didn't want to cause any problems.

So I tried to talk to him.

Talk? How?

I tried to get him to confess.

But I couldn't.

Were you and Kevin Erdahl
in a relationship?


Is it something you were hoping for?

- You all right?
- I'm fine.

- You managed?
- Yeah.

Do you want something to drink?

No, it's okay.

Haparanda ties the score at one all.

Everyone needs to backcheck! Stay awake!

- Come on now!
- Sune. Sune!

Did you get hold of anyone?
Is Kevin coming?

- If he comes, we can still win this!
- Stop, Maggan.

Kevin isn't coming. Period. Go away now.

- How do you know that?
- Never mind.

- What aren't you telling me?
- Focus on the boys who are here.

They need all the support they can get.
David, watch the game!

Thank you. Take care.

- Finished?
- Yes.

- How'd it go?
- Fairly well.

The questioning went fine, but you know,

a rape accusation is not a trifling
matter, you need to be aware.

- But it went okay.
- What happens now?

There will be more interviews and
more investigation, without a doubt.

It's going to take time and
people will talk about it.

You can expect people to talk about it.

It's absolutely crucial that you
don't contact any involved parties.

No witnesses or complainants.

Because that can easily
become obstruction of justice

and that's serious.

You handled yourself well.

Let's go home to Leo.

What the hell have you done?


Get Ovic, boys! Do you hear me?

Take him out!

Come on, boys! Get Ovic!

Call it!

Get him off the ice!

Get him off the ice!

- Is he okay? Tell me!
- I don't know!

Sit down. Let's take off that skate.

You're okay? Are you sure?

This is our fight! That's
the way, good work!

- Hey, Johansson! Johansson!
- Benji, sit down!

That idiot!

Haparanda takes the lead by 2-1.

Goal by number 18, Marco Pudas.

Assist by number 15, Tobias Brunned.

One minute left in the third period.

Goalie out!

Good work, boys! Come on! Skate!

- David, listen to me.
- What?

Listen now. Shut up and listen.

Here's the deal.

Peter's daughter has some
kind of crush on Kevin.

But Kevin doesn't love her. So to get
revenge, she's claiming he raped her.

- She turned him in?
- It's insane.

Not to mention that Peter let the
team down at the last second!

Why are the police involved? It
reflects badly on my company.

You have to understand that.

- This is nothing.
- Then why is he at the police station?

Okay, boys.

I've spoken to Mats.

And apparently what's going on is...

that Maya, Peter's daughter, has
reported Kevin to the police for rape.

When was this?

At some party.

- Are you kidding?
- It's no joke.

They were at the police station all day.

And this is supposed to have
happened at Kevin's party?

- While we were there?
- No way.

We were all there and saw what happened.

- So what happened?
- They went to his room together.

Seems really unlikely that he raped her.

- So it was consensual?
- Hell yeah. He didn't drag her in there.

I mean, you hear how wacked that sounds.
But she...

It's all that fucking whore's fault.

It'll be all right...

Shit, what a fiasco! Three beers!

We need to warm up with a cold beer.


Who's paying?

We have to recover from this
fucking disaster first.

Hey. Don't look so happy!

- Hey.
- Hi there.

Have a seat.

- What a day, eh?
- Yeah, what a day!

Thanks for coming.

It's like this.

As I see it, David, you're
Kevin's real coach.

That's how I see it. You've
taught him everything he knows.

He'd never lie to you. We have
to make this mess right again.

It's complete chaos. We have
to straighten this out.

Peter has to go. He's out.

You understand? Are you with me?


What did it say?

Nothing you haven't already seen.

Show me.

It's just bullshit.

- I made you a gourmet dinner.
- So eat it.

I will.

Maybe I should bury this.

- What is it?
- What?

- What is it?
- Nothing.

I'm full.

Thanks for dinner.

Kevin, we have to talk.

- I'm going out running.
- No, we're going to talk. Come.

Sit down.

Is there anything I should
know that you haven't told me?

- I didn't do it. She was up for it.
- I'm sure she was.

It's not about that.

I want to know if there are
going to be complications.


- You don't know what I mean?
- No, what?

Is there any risk she got pregnant?

- No, I don't think so.
- You don't think? Or you know?

I know.

How do you know?

A... friend of mine...

A hockey player...

got drunk after a game and
ended up in bed with a girl.

She was nothing special, just
your average hockey chick.

He wasn't in love with her.

He didn't want a relationship
with her and he told her that.

She was probably upset and angry,
but she didn't say anything.

Not about that, or that she got pregnant.

She didn't tell him. She told her
parents, who told his parents

and then all he could do was...

to do the right thing, so to speak.

You're talking about Mom.

You did too love her. Why are you lying?

What I'm trying to tell you is...

Girls, you don't... You can't trust them.

So it's important right now...

to be sure whether she
might have gotten pregnant.

No, I mean...

I didn't really get it off.

I can't hear you.

I didn't come. We... got interrupted.

By whom?

- I didn't do it. She was up for it.
- By whom!


- Hi.
- Hi.

- How are you doing?
- Fine.

- You know who I am?
- Yeah, Kevin's dad.

Exactly. You're on top of things.

So, Amat...

Your dad doesn't live with you, does he?


My mom was a single mom too.

It's a tough job. Very hard.

Heroes is what they are,
all the mothers out there.

I've heard you're a hero too.

They say you're the fastest
player ever in Beartown.

- Is that true?
- I don't know.

I don't know.

That you have what it takes to go pro.

That's great, but...

What's less great is when people
spread misunderstandings and rumors.

You know what I mean? About Kevin and Maya.

And that's sad, because,
between you and me,

some of our sponsors...

are considering
withdrawing their support.

And you know, when sponsors bail,
the arena will have to close.

There'll be no more training...
and no new arena either.

It'll all be over.

You can make a difference there, Amat.

I know you think you saw something.

At the party. After the semi.

But you didn't.

Do you get my drift?

I believe in you.

I believe you're a good kid.

And you could be great.

I think you should buy some new skates

and then tell your mom her
cleaning days are over.

See it as a loan,

or a scholarship, that you'll
get once a month. Okay?

You can pay it back when you're in the NHL.

Take it.


I'll trust you to do the right thing.

With the team.

Come here, we need to talk.

No more backaches for you.

What are you talking about?

Or work.

I got a scholarship from the club.


A lot of money.

Every month until I go pro.

- Did something happen?
- No, it's nothing.

You were supposed to turn
that off 15 minutes ago.

I'm online. Wait a minute.

No, it's time for bed.

- Hey.
- Let me just finish this game.

Come on now. Chop-chop.

- Teeth brushed?
- Yeah.


I know you were looking
forward to the final.

But sometimes things don't
work out the way you planned.

- Okay?
- Yeah.

And Maya's going to be okay.

- Do you think you can sleep now?
- Yeah.

- Light on or off?
- Off.

Okay, good night. See you in the morning.

- He was still playing his game.
- He was?

Maybe he needs it.

I don't know, that game...

- What?
- It looks like something for grownups.

- You bought it.
- Me?

I think so. I didn't buy it.

Then I have really bad judgment.


- What are you doing here?
- Where were you?

- What's going on?
- What's going on?

We all know what's going on.

Yeah, and we all saw very well
what happened at the party.

Kevin and Maya were messing around.

They went upstairs together.
Maya didn't look unwilling.

Lyt, that's enough.

But we're being punished for it.
It's hurting us.

- You think so?
- Yeah. So does everyone else.

One day. You could have
waited one fucking day!

We lost the damn game because of you!

- You think we should have waited?
- You let the whole town down!

You know what? We're not even
going to talk about this.

We're not talking about this.
You shouldn't be here.

- Get out of here.
- So you're chasing us off? Fuckin' A.

- You're chasing us off?
- Yes. Go home.

- Shit, you fucking traitor.
- Lyt, go home.

- I never thought you were like this.
- Go, Bobo.


You're such a bastard!

- What the hell was that?
- Nothing.

Don't give me nothing.

- What did they want?
- They just wanted to talk.

Stop lying. What did they want?

It was just bullshit. Nothing important.

- Don't worry about it.
- Goddamn it!

- Leo!
- Mom!

- Shit!
- Mom!


- Are you okay?
- Yeah.

Are you fucking nuts, you sick bastards!

I'll fucking kill you, you hear me?

- Hi.
- Hi.

You look like a war vet.

That's a compliment.

- How are you?
- I'm fine.

Man, that's wacked about your friend.
Is it true?

I don't know what you've heard.

I heard you were outstanding,
best on the field.

Or I guess it's on the ice in hockey.

- Field is more football and things.
- Why did you come?

Why are you even here?

I get you're here to drive me home.

But you're not my dad. I
can get home on my own.

You know...

I understand if it's
really tough for you to...

That your best friend...
and us and everything.

I just want to be there for you.

What is it?

- Why are you...
- Look at me.

- Have I done something? I'm sorry.
- Why are you even with me?

Because I care about you.

But I'm completely fucked up.

But I like you. I like your fucked up.

No one likes it. Get out of here.

Or I'll punch you out.

- You'll punch me out?
- Seriously.



I bet she doesn't care
what others think of her.

That's so cool.

Don't even think about it.

Just leave it alone.

- No way!
- Seriously.

While I was watching them, she
pulled up her top, like showing off.

- Showing him?
- Yeah! They were together all night.

- That whore.
- Was she grabbing Kevin?

Yeah! They were messing around
and she pulled up her top.

Fuckin' A.

You boys whispering secrets over here?


- You know who's a real bastard?
- No.

Peter. That fucking bastard.

You said it!

You have to understand...

- Sune, hi.
- Hello, Sune.

What are you doing here at this hour?

- Marklund called me.
- What?

Mats wanted to talk about the club,
so I thought you should be here.

So you called Sune?

So what are you discussing?


We're discussing the future of the club.

Then why isn't Peter here?

Peter is what we're here to talk about.
Sit down.

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