Big City Greens (2018–…): Season 2, Episode 5 - Reckoning Ball/Clubbed - full transcript

Chip Whistler is intent on exacting revenge on the Greens, but his dad forces him to apologize. Thinking Gloria has forgotten them, Tilly and Andromeda infiltrate her at a nightclub and try to cure her "amnesia".


♪ One, two, one, two, three ♪

♪ La la la la la la la la ♪

♪ Na na na na na na na na ♪

♪ La la la la la ♪

Boycott Wholesome Foods!

Boycott Wholesome... whoa!

Ha! Eh eh eh eh eh!

that's the sixth protestor today.

We haven't had a
customer in weeks.

It's all going wrong,
and I don't know why!

It's the video.

It's the video.

Oh, yeah, it's the video.

- No, it's not. - Yeah, it is.

Remember that time
you violently pelted

that kid with tomatoes?

What, what?

That's right, baby!

Chip! Chip! Chip!

Well, it kind of went viral,

and now no one
wants to shop here.

That was taken out of context!

Aw! Chip chipped my phone.

Kinda like your
teeth every time you see that kid!

Your name is a joke now.

- - Grr! You're all fired!

- - Yeah, right.

If I never met the Greens,

none of this would
have happened.

This is all their fault!

Those horrible,
filthy Greens will pay!

And that's my
impression of a salmon!

- Proud of you.
- Wow.

Who wants a peanut butter ball?

- - Ooh, I'll take one!


I'll take a ball... A wrecking ball,
that is...

Because I'm going
to wreck your house

and drive you Greens out of town

once and for all.

Bye-bye, Greens!

Oh, no, no, no, no, no!

Don't quote me on this,

but I believe murder is illegal.

- Oh, no! -


- - Oh, no, no, no!

Aw, come on!

Oh, Chip.

You don't understand.

These people hurt our business

and disrespect my very expensive

and perfect teeth.

Wholesome Food needs
to be a friend to farmers.

Knockin' down a
local farmer's house

and pelting a farm
boy with tomatoes.

Tomatoes are for
eatin'. Those go in here.

What happened to you?

What happened to... my boy?

Uh, he got way hotter.

If you'd ever done any farming,

like I did in my co-op days,

you'd know you
reap what you sow.

You know,
my retirement's coming up,

and I was plannin'
to put you in charge.

But you've backed
me into a corner here.

I hate to do this,
son, but.. you're out.

Wha... what...?

Daddy, no!

Tell me what to
do. I-I'll do anything.

Maybe if you prove
you're really sorry

for what you've
done to that family.

I'm really sorry, I swear!

Not to me, to them.

Aww. One of your
forgiveness contracts?

This is how Daddy
knows it's real.

Get each of the Greens to sign,

and I'll reconsider your
future with this company.

You go it, Dad.

I mean, how hard can it be?

Hey, Dad, can I try?

Son, I'm gonna be honest...

I don't trust you with a hammer.

Hey, hey! How y'all doin'?

Chip's back to
finish what he started!

Call the police!

Got it. I do hope they
send the dogs this time.

Whoa, whoa,
hey! I am not here to start any...

I got him!

- Now hold on... Whoa!
- Keep him pinned, boy!

Let's see how well this bougie
trash can tear up the house...

when he's got no hands!


No, you don't understand!

I'm here to apologize!

Wait, what?

Well, I think that's lovely.

It takes a big man
to say that he's sorry.

That's why Papa's always
apologizin' to everyone.

sorry! I was in the bushes over there.

What's goin' on?

Chip's here to
apologize... supposedly.

- - Aaahhh!

Oh. Is that true?

Yeah, yeah, no, listen, um...

I realize putting
a wrecking ball

through someone's
house might not have been,

uh, appropriate,
so, yeah, so, sorry.

I hope we can move
on and grow as people.

Yadda yadda yadda.

Now that that is out of the way,

if we could just
sign this contract,

I can get out of here.

Ha! You expect us to accept

that weak apology?

Do it better, coward!

You heard the sweet lady!

I'm sorry, from the bottom of my heart,
and stuff.


Yeesh. That was, uh...

- ...quite... - ...pathetic!

Face it, Chip,
you ain't got a sincere bone in your body!

...sincere bone in your body!

Well, Chip,
if you're truly sorry,

you should repair the
damage you've caused.

That will make us square,
right, family?

Right, family?


So, if I fix your shack,

you'll sign my contract.

Absolutely. Do we have a deal?

All right, it's a deal.

All right, Chip,
I'm gonna walk you through the roof repair.

Oh, man!

Chip doing physical labor?

It's just so satisfying!

All right, pick up a panel.

- - Good, good.

Now put it in place.

Great! Look at me,
overexplaining things.

You're an adult man.

You know what you're doin'.


...Oh, my gosh!

He... he doesn't know
how to use a hammer!

Bless his heart,
Cricket, he's tryin'.

All right, next panel.

Hold up there, buddy.

when I build something,

I use more than one nail.

Let's add some more!

It's fine! Let's move on.

It's not gonna
hold with one nail.

If you're so concerned...

Let me test it out for you.

Ha! Whoa! Aah!

What was that? Is everyone okay?

Oh, it's you. I don't care.

Well, I guess I'm outside now.

I'm fine, I'm fine.

Some ugly flowers broke my fall.

Wha...? This is my
vegetable garden.

You pulled up all my carrots!

Look at him... he ain't
even a baby carrot yet.

He's just a little preemie.

we'll just add it to your to-do list.

"To-do list"?

Well, yeah. You agreed to
fix all the damage you caused,

and you just caused more damage.

No, no, no, no, no.

I just agreed to fix the roof,

and then I'm driving
myself to the nearest doctor

to get a lobotomy
performed on my brain

so I never have to think
of this or you ever again!

Well, that's a little extreme,

The agreement was that
we don't sign the contract

until you fix what you broke.

And if you were truly sorry,

wouldn't you be happy to help?

Just tell me what I need to do.

- How's it goin' over there, Chip?
- Great.

You know, work's a lot more fun

when you've got
a song in your soul.

♪ Do-do-do do-do-do-do ♪

♪ Farming's what we like to do ♪

♪ Nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh ♪

♪ It's honest work,
and easy, too ♪

♪ Nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh ♪

- All together now!
- ♪ Farming's what we like to do ♪

- ♪ Nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh ♪ - Ah,
just ignore them.

♪ You're not really sorry...
Nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh nyeh ♪

Shut up! Shut up, shut up!

You killed him!


He was my brother!

- - Chip! Chip, wake up!

Huh. He must have
passed out from exhaustion.

We've only been out
here for ten minutes!

I need to get out of here!

you haven't fixed much of anything yet,

plus you buried the kids' bikes
when you were hallucinatin'.

No worries. I'll
just add it to the list.

Add it.. to... the list?

Ah, the never-ending list!


Why don't you add this to the list,

And this, and this, and this!

- Uh, Chip.
- Go ahead, and keep adding it up!

But if I'm going down,

I'm taking you with me!

He's headed for the garden!

Not on my watch! Gaaahhh!


If he hadn't already
chipped his tooth,

that's where he
would have done it.

Where am I?

What is this filthy hovel?

Well, uh, this is our home.

Uh... frozen peas?

you want me to fix those, too?

Oh, no, no,
son. You can't fix peas...

They're perfect just
the way they are.

But when frozen,
they can help fix a bump to the noggin.

Uh... thanks.

That's... nice of you.

I don't deserve your pity peas.

No, you don't,
but that's how we treat folks here...

With common decency.

We're just glad you're okay.

I'm not okay. My dad's
gonna be so upset.

Huh? What's your
dad got to do with this?

He's the CEO of Wholesome Foods,

and he's the one who
wanted me to say sorry

and get this contract signed.

Well, uh... are you sorry?


Yes. Ugh, I don't know.

But if I don't do this,
then I'm out of the company.

I guess I've completely
messed everything up.

You know, Chip,

I understand how you feel.

Uh, how? You're, like, poor.

You can sass me if you want,

but I'm just bein' honest.

It's like I'm always
tellin' my boy...

You gotta put in the work

before you can reap the rewards.

Huh. That's what my
dad's always telling me.

It might not be easy,
but if you do that,

you can have anything
you want in life.

Green family, I'm sorry,
for everything.

I mean,
I know things haven't always been great

between me and,
well, mostly Cricket,

but I'd like to turn things around,
for reals.

I'm gonna finish
what I started...

The roof, the garden,

Because it's what
you all deserve.


♪ Ta-da! ♪

What? But I didn't even
finish fixing your house!

Well, Chip,
I didn't wanna sign because I didn't think

you could be sincere
about an apology.

But I can see that this time,
you really mean it.

So we'd be happy to
sign this as a family!

Ah, fine! Sure.

But you still better fix everything
you messed up, bougie boy!

I think I can swing that.


They say the only
constant in life is change,

and that sure is the case
here at Wholesome Foods.

With my retiring,
someone new is stepping into my position.

Choosing that person was easy

because I've seen him
change for the better.

I, of course, am talking about my son,
Chip Whistler,

the new CEO of Wholesome Foods!

Hey hey.


I know you'll make me proud,


- Hard to believe it's all mine now.
- Yeah, boss.

Real nice of you to patch
things up with that family.

That was pretty nice of me.

But now things are gonna change.

All right, let's can this junk.

Send in my private dentist.

Heya, Chip!

How's my most
frequent customer doin'?

I think I'm ready
for an upgrade.


Oh ho ho! Yes, sir!

I've put in the work and
I've reaped the rewards.

And now I have the full power

and resources of the
Wholesome Foods Corporation

to finally run the
Greens out of Big City!