Ginny & Georgia (2021–…): Season 1, Episode 3 - Next Level Rich People Shit - full transcript

- [pop music plays]
- [laughter]

[Ginny] Hi.

♪ Oh, honey, honey-pie ♪

♪ Honey, honey, honey-pie ♪

♪ Ooh, girl, don't you stop ♪

♪ Don't you stop
'Til you get enough, honey ♪

♪ Oh, honey, honey-pie
Honey, honey, honey... ♪

- [Marcus grunts]
- [thuds]

[sensual music plays]

[Georgia] Virginia!

You're still in bed?



[groans loudly]

- No, Mom. Stop. Not this. Stop.
- [Georgia] Time to get up.

♪ I wanna hide and listen to Madonna ♪

♪ I wanna cry
But I don't think I'm gonna… ♪

[Ginny] My mom is nothing
if not a realist.

[phone chimes]

[Georgia] Fantasies are
for people with 401ks.

You've gotta keep your feet on the ground
and your head out of your ass.

♪ It's Friday! Happy Friday! ♪

♪ Good morning, Ginny
Welcome to Friday! ♪

[Georgia] Clear eyes,
open hearts, dumb fools.

Big dreams are for big idiots.

♪ No, they never told us ♪

♪ How much it hurts to be young ♪



[jaunty theme music plays]

[sighing]

Marty, I bought this house
with the understanding

that this money was gonna come through.

I'm staring at a mortgage payment
and utility bills.

Marty, I am utterly broke, OK?

Please get me my money.

I'm gonna have to resort to methods
I don't wanna have to resort to.

Have I found Jesus?
No. Son of a bitch is playing hard to get.

Please take me off
the list of people to call.

- [sighs]
- Slutty top.

Got it at that shop you stole from.
Waffle? Toasted 'em myself.

What's this?

[Ginny] Sophomore Sleepover.

Welcome to Pleasantville.

If you've always had a Tempur-Pedic,

the notion of a sleeping bag
on a gym floor is charming.

Mm. Ellen's running it.
You can give her the money for my ticket.

Excuse me, miss. You have a job.

I start today after school.
I don't have any money yet.

- [sighs] How much is it?
- Hundred bucks.

To spend the night in a school
you already go to?

You moved us to this white, rich-ass town.
This is what they do here.

- These people are weird.
- Totally weird.

All night in the high school?

- Sounds like a waste of a Saturday.
- Mm-hmm.

This Saturday night is the most important
night of my entire life!

I don't know what to tell you.
You're grounded.

Mom, this is Sophomore Sleepover.
This transcends grounding.

Why don't you understand that?
I'll die if I don't go!

I'll die if I do go.

I have spent hours and hours
working my ass off

researching hot dog vendors,
glow stick suppliers.

If anyone gets to die, it's me.

We could all die together. As a family.

None of my friends are going.

You are actually the worst mother ever.

Why can't you be cool like Georgia?

I am pretty cool. Morning, neighbors!

Come in! Join us!

He says run, save yourself.

Oh! [chuckles]

I'm just here to get Ginny's ticket.

See, Mom? Ginny's going.

Would you like some breakfast?

[gasps] Wow, you're such a good mom!

Isn't she a good mom, Max?

Max, I think if you wanna prove

that you deserve
to go to Sophomore Sleepover,

there are other ways to go about it
than yelling at Ellen.

Yeah, stop yelling at Ellen.

That is some serious Jedi mind shit.

- Marcus, go to school, learn something.
- [Marcus] You know I won't.

[Ellen] I wish I could put you
in my pocket and take you everywhere.

I just had a thought. Why don't I
chaperone the sleepover with you?

That way,
you don't have to suffer all alone.

That would be amazing. I love it.

[chuckles] Oh, I'm gonna put Bev
on the 2:00 a.m. door shift.

She'll be pissed.

Ooh.

[mouths] Thank you.

OK, so I think… I think that my mom
might let me go to Sophomore Sleepover.

Ah, awesome! I don't wanna go without you.

Why do you still think everyone hates you?

Doesn't everyone think
everyone hates them?

That's a good point.

And I can't even imagine not going.
This is my big chance to flirt with Riley.

Do we have confirmation she's gay?

I don't know,
but there's a vibe at rehearsal.

She's such a fine line
between thespian and lesbian.

How are we getting booze for tomorrow?

Press, you wanna try that gas station
that let you buy a 30 rack?

[Press] I don't want to too often
in case he starts carding me.

We need to get stuff.

Can't Jordan get some
from his mom's airline kits?

I don't wanna drink nips.

I like 'em. Feel like a giant!

[chuckles]

You guys gonna be
one of those boyfriends and girlfriends

who shares everything in a gross way
that reminds me I'm gonna die alone?

I mean,
not that you're boyfriend and girlfriend,

or that you're gonna be boyfriend
and girlfriend 'cause who knows?

We could get bombed by North Korea,
and none of this would matter.

OK, I'm going to class.

♪ I need to win… ♪

Awkward.

♪ I need to, I need to ♪

♪ I need to win ♪

[indistinct chattering in background]

Sophomore Sleepover.

I'm chaperoning,
but I need a last-minute sitter.

There should be an app for this.

- Oh!
- Hmm.

That's cute. Mm. [chuckles]

- No. No, no, no.
- You'll love Austin.

- Yeah.
- He's fun. He's easy. Goes to bed early.

You know what I love most about kids?

That I don't have any
and don't have to take care of any. Oh!

- It'll be fun.
- OK. You know what's fun?

Big Dick Saturdays at Trunks. That's fun.

- Sorry.
- Nick!

Nick, I'm desperate.

[Nick] Oh, OK.

- So now you and your top match.
- [Georgia] Please?

I already committed. Come on.

Georgia, how do I make this clear to you?
OK, um, let's try this.

I don't buy green bananas because
I don't like things that aren't ripe.

Children are just people who aren't ripe.

The answer is no.

[tuts, sighs]

[sighs]

So, you are
chaperoning the sleepover, huh?

[chuckles] Only if I can find someone
to watch Austin. It's…

[Paul] Um…

Well, I'm free.

I could watch him for you.

Really? You would do that?

[Paul] Yeah, I mean,
I am a member of the school board,

so I understand
how important Sophomore Sleepover is.

Plus, you know, I lawn-bowled
with your kids, so we go way back.

- I couldn't ask you.
- But you could ask me.

Listen, can't begin to imagine how hard
it must be to be a working single mom,

but I hear it takes a village.

So…

You are a lifesaver.

You're sure you don't mind?

Yes, uh… it's… it's not a problem.

OK? Consider it handled.

- I really, really appreciate this.
- Don't say another word.

All right.

- Hmm.
- "You're a lifesaver."

[school bell rings]

Hey, Max. Uh, what time's rehearsal?

I think 3:00.

Oh my gosh. I love your ring.

- Your hands are super soft.
- Thanks! It's my skin.

I'm amped for the dance number today.
Fosse is so sexy.

[Max chuckles]

"It's my skin"?

See? Total vibe.

[Gitten] I know Sophomore Sleepover
is this weekend,

but we will not be slacking.

Come on.
I need walk, walk, pas de bourrée,

arms to the side, up and down,

roll it to the left, pop the booty,
pop the booty, face, and face.

It's not hard, OK?

So, you know what? Why don't you
do the next one and make it sexy?

I want everybody in the audience hot.

So, like our parents?

[snickers]

[teacher] Places, please.

[slow dance number starts]

♪ Desire ♪

♪ Like fire ♪

♪ I can't deny ♪

♪ I'm feeling ♪

♪ That feeling ♪

♪ When she goes by ♪

♪ I've been locked in here for a while ♪

♪ And I just wanna talk ♪

♪ Oh, I know I'll do in time ♪

♪ And I know I've done a crime ♪

♪ Frankly ♪

♪ I've got nothing else to lose ♪

Hot.

[applause]

[Joe] OK, select coffee.

Now select total.

Run the card.

Good. They're gonna sign, then
you flip it back and hit enter. Got it?

- Yes, sir.
- Good.

[door bell jingles]

[chuckles]

[sighs] What do you want?

Don't you mean, "Welcome
to Blue Farm Cafe. How may I help you?"

- No, I mean, "What do you want?"
- Service with a smile.

Iced coffee. Black.

No milk.

Black like your heart?

[Marcus scoffs]

[chuckles]

Three bucks, and we don't do Venmo.

[Joe] Uh, so…

great job. Really…

good. Uh…

Small note would be
to try not to be so hostile

to the paying customers.

OK.

[sighs]

[phone chimes]

- ♪ Sophomore Sleepover ♪
- [chuckles]

- ♪ Tomorrow is Sophomore Sleepover ♪
- [phone chimes]

♪ A school or two ♪

♪ Caress these arms
And then you'll find a scoop or two ♪

♪ Oh, darling, please see the time ♪

♪ I need to find another one like you ♪

- ♪ Come on! ♪
- ♪ I drift and pass everyone I see ♪

♪ You seem to stop and glance ♪

♪ Wouldn't it be easy to find someone ♪

- ♪ Who has the time? ♪
- [indistinct arguing in background]

[woman] You say things like,
"I wanna give this a try."

[man] I am trying to talk to you.
You're not meeting me halfway.

- [sighs]
- [pop music plays quietly]

[volume increases]

♪ Lately, I've been leaning on myself ♪

♪ Aah-ooh ♪

♪ Lately, I don't need nobody else ♪

♪ Just trying not to feel the way I felt ♪

♪ Aah-ooh ♪

♪ Lately, I've been leaning on myself ♪

♪ Leaning on myself ♪

♪ Lately, I've been fine
I've been filling up my free time ♪

♪ Wasting all my money
Playing in the sunshine ♪

♪ I'm drifting in the deep
Tryna find a way home ♪

♪ Driving through the streets
Nowhere I wanna go ♪

♪ Felt like all I need
Is how I had it before ♪

♪ Thought that I'd feel free
But the freedom comes slow ♪

[phone chimes]

[phone chimes]

♪ I only want a few close friends ♪

♪ The rest just pretend ♪

♪ I turn to people
Kissing in the stairwell ♪

♪ I want this day to end ♪

♪ Text my mama so I don't lose hope ♪

♪ I didn't learn anything I didn't know ♪

♪ Always yelling, "Get off your phone" ♪

♪ Screw that, I'm going home ♪

♪ Did ya hand that in? ♪

♪ Nah, I'mma take a zero ♪

♪ Just call me a self-aware bitch ♪

♪ Sorry, at least I'm being honest ♪

- ♪ Surrounded by the gossip… ♪
- [phone chimes]

♪ At least I say it loud… ♪

- [sighs]
- ♪ At least I say it loud ♪

♪ At least I say it… ♪

[phone chimes]

♪ Lunch line is down the block ♪

♪ There's a fight behind the candy shop ♪

♪ Walk by like nothing's wrong ♪

♪ Like nothing's going on ♪

♪ Walking through the crowded hall ♪

♪ People looking at my mismatched socks ♪

♪ Look back, I smile and nod ♪

♪ I'm in no mood to talk ♪

♪ Did ya hand that in? ♪

♪ Nah ♪

[rap music plays]

[school bell rings]

♪ Yeah, who you know so confident? ♪

♪ Who you know
Come through mad sponsorships ♪

♪ Who you know
Come through quick to smack a bitch? ♪

♪ Me versus you
Who's the whacker bitch? ♪

♪ There should only be one name
That comes to mind ♪

♪ Burger B dropped an EP
For the fourth time ♪

♪ Burger B in the G5 passenger side ♪

♪ Don't touch the wheel
Let my best friend drive ♪

♪ I come through, I'm killin' this shit
Never for free, I be billin' this shit ♪

♪ I'm about to be maxed up
Lord villain and shit ♪

♪ Is you seein' what I'm sayin'?
Get your stuff in this bitch ♪

♪ 'Cause you see me rappin' hard ♪

♪ Sexy sweets, big candy bars ♪

♪ West Indian, we come from yards
With blanks so they are charred, what? ♪

♪ You be talkin' that blah, blah, blah
And I ain't even listenin', la, la, la ♪

♪ You be talkin' that rah, rah, rah ♪

♪ But I come through stuntin'
I am the don dada ♪

♪ You be talkin' that blah, blah, blah
And I ain't even listenin', la, la, la ♪

♪ You be talkin' that rah, rah, rah… ♪

[school bell rings]

Girls!

[Ellen] M-A-N-G. Ma…

What's MANG?

MANG. Like Wang.

And can you just, like, not?

But I love you,
and I'm super grateful to be here.

MANG, like mango.

Mom, no.

Maybe Ellen and I
should make matching shirts.

Are you trying to embarrass me?

You're the G in MANG,
and I'm embarrassing?

Jesus, lighten up.

Just don't talk about any of your
ex-husbands or boyfriends, and,

oh my God, do not talk to my friends
about their sex lives.

And don't flirt with the students
or other parents.

And, please, don't hotbox a classroom.

- I only did that once.
- Mom, please.

I didn't realize I was a liability.

Fine. I'll stay out of your way, G.

[MANG squeals, cheers]

[Abby] Oh my God, let's go!

Hi, this is in case Avery… Bye, baby!
…comes into contact with any peanuts,

and if you could just make sure
that she's having fun. She's a little shy.

She has generalized anxiety disorder
and had a lot of fear about tonight.

OK, thank you.

Oh, sorry.

I can't believe that we're responsible
for over 200 kids tonight.

You'd think that you'd have
to have a license to do that.

Got another EpiPen.

There anything we should be doing
or checking or looking for?

Absolutely not.
If we look for it, we might find it.

I have one and one goal only tonight,
that everybody lives.

- I'm not worried if you're not.
- Oh no, I'm very worried.

This is my worst nightmare.

[dance music plays]

OK, this is even better
than I could have imagined!

Holy crap. This is carnival on crack.

So, I staked out a spot for us,
scoped out the joint,

and came up with a game plan.

- I love a game plan.
- Hey, I love a game plan too.

Here's my plan. Let's get weird!

[group cheers]

[dance music continues]

Oh, wait, wait, wait. I have a great idea.
Oh my God. You're gonna love this.

OK, yeah.

Oh, sorry. Get out of our way. [chuckles]

- ♪ I will be all the rage tonight ♪
- ♪ Tonight! ♪

♪ Filled with fury and starry-eyed ♪

- ♪ I will be all the rage ♪
- [yelling, mouthing]

[camera shutter clicking]

[Hunter] Hey, gals.
Mind if I get one with Ginny?

- Oh yeah.
- No. Please take it, dude.

Don't worry about it.

[shutter clicks intermittently]

- Having fun?
- This whole thing is insane.

At my last school, we had a dunk tank
for Senior Day, but that was it.

What's your favorite part?

This.

- ♪ I will be all the rage tonight ♪
- ♪ Tonight! ♪

- ♪ Watch me shimmy into the light ♪
- ♪ All right! ♪

♪ I will... ♪

♪ New cupid! ♪

♪ Time for a change ♪

♪ Cupid shuffle, cupid shuffle ♪

♪ Cupid shuffle, cupid shuffle
New style ♪

♪ Down, down, do your dance, do your dance
We got a brand new dance ♪

♪ Down, down, do your dance, do your dance
Oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Down, down, do your dance, do your dance
Yeah, yeah ♪

♪ Down, down, do your dance, do your dance
New style ♪

♪ They say I'm a rapper, and I say no ♪

♪ They say, "What you doing?"
Tryna to do somebody cold ♪

♪ I just let the music come from my soul ♪

♪ So all of my people
Can stay on the floor ♪

- ♪ They got a brand new dance ♪
- ♪ Come on! ♪

♪ You gotta move your muscle ♪

♪ Brand new dance
It's called the Cupid Shuffle ♪

♪ It don't matter
If you're young or you're old ♪

♪ We gon' show you how it go ♪

♪ To the right, to the right
To the right, to the right ♪

♪ To the left, to the left
To the left, to the left ♪

♪ Now kick, now kick, now kick, now kick ♪

♪ Now walk it by yourself
Now walk it by yourself ♪

♪ Let me see you do
Down, down, do your dance, do your dance ♪

♪ Yeah, yeah
Down, down, do your dance, do your dance ♪

♪ Let me see you do ♪

♪ Down, down
Do your dance, do your dance… ♪

[Georgia] Wow.

My strategy is to just keep feeding them.

I find they tend to follow the food.

[chuckles] Yeah.

Have you seen Marcus anywhere?

No.

Maybe I shouldn't have made him
come to this.

He has a hard time with these things.

Last year was really rough on him.

- He struggles.
- Oh.

Do you ever feel like parenting
is just utter guesswork?

[both chuckle]

We did something right.

Yeah.

Just wanna let you know
that your mom is a total smokeshow.

I knew you'd wanna dance to this one.
It's one of our faves.

Mom, stop staring at me. It's creepy.

Can you go chaperone
somewhere else for a while?

Mom. Can you hold on
to these for me? Thanks.

♪ Yeah, yeah
Down, down, do your dance, do your dance ♪

♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah
Down, down, do your dance, do your dance ♪

♪ Down, down, do your dance, do your dance
Yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

♪ New style, y'all ♪

[Paul] OK, I call this Mac N' Please
because as soon as you try it,

you'll be begging for more.

Here you go.

I don't like it.

You didn't even try it.

Come on.

It's my super special top-secret recipe.

OK, you win.

You don't have to eat it.
I will just find you something else.

What do you like, huh?

You like weird faces?

What's the weirdest face
you can make? Huh?

Can you make a face weirder than this?

- Come on. Show me a silly face.
- No!

My mom said
it would be just the three of us.

Um... [trills lips, chuckles]

Austin, I'm not…

Whoa… I'm… I'm just here
to help your mom out. That's it.

Were you helping her out
at lawn bowling too?

[sighs heavily]

[sniffs]

[chuckles, sniffles]

[rock music plays in distance]

Oh my God.

[sniffles]

- [giggling]
- My little ponies.

I love Ariana Grande. She's so classy.

Ooh!

Looks like it's your turn.

I think I'll just stay like this.

What? No!
We have to look the same for Insta.

Yeah, don't be a bitch
like Abby with her jeans.

- Hello?
- I really don't think...

Sorry, are we MANG, or are we MANG?

[Norah] Come on. Pony up.

[Abby] Sit down.

God, we look so cute! [giggles]

[Maxine] Aww.
You and Hunter are the cutest.

It's warming the cockles
of my cold, dead heart.

[Abby] Oh my God.
Samantha's so jealous too.

We kissed in the photo booth,
and we're streaking on Snapchat.

I think you're right.
I think he does like me.

[Maxine sighs]

- What? Do you not think he does?
- No, it's your hair.

Do you want us to help you fix it?

It's fine. I'll be right back.

- [Maxine] Want us to come with you?
- [Ginny] No, I got it!

[snickers]

Then, I signed Norah up
for the PSAT intensive

even though it means we have to move
figure skating to Thursday nights

and flute to the weekends,
but that's the sacrifice.

Are you sure
we don't need to see if these kids

are sneaking off to drink
or go have sex or…

Oh no. If we look for it, we might see it,
and we have one goal only tonight.

- Everyone survives.
- Yes.

Especially Bev,
because I might casually murder her.

- [chuckles]
- [phone chimes]

[Ellen] Oh.

Pizza's here. Good.

I just have to take this cashbox
to the principal's office.

Let me take that for you.

Thank you.

You know, I went off all caffeine.

I feel so much better now.

It's wine, Bev.

Wine.

[sighs heavily]

This is what I get.

Pony up.

[pop music plays faintly]
♪ I'm giving up with the make-belief… ♪

[sighs]

♪ No one here's being fooled ♪

- ♪ Back to the days… ♪
- [sighs]

♪ When I was your thief ♪

♪ And I could play it cool… ♪

Hey.

[girls squealing]

[giggling, shushing]

- Thanks for the booze, babe.
- [laughs]

Hey, don't thank me.
Thank my Sky Chef mom.

Allow me to present our tasting flight.

We'll begin with a crisp Russian vodka
and meander over to a smoky French cognac,

and to top it all off,
the flavored spirits as a little…digestif.

Digestif.

Dude, Spanish class is paying off.

Hey, wanna play truth or dare?

- Not really.
- [Norah] What? Hmph!

[Brodie] Wanna play truth or bear?

Tell the truth or get mauled by a bear!

[squeals] No!

[Abby laughs]

Was your card the… [gasps]

…jack of diamonds?

I can't remember.

[TV plays in background]

[Paul sighs]

Do you like soccer?

My dad got me into it.
He used to take me to all the games.

It really is the greatest sport.
It's strategic. It's noble. It's...

Stupid! Whoa! Hey!
No way that was a red card!

- What are you doing, idiot?
- [chuckles]

[Paul scoffs]

Wait, what was that?
Was that a laugh? What was funny?

You idiot!

You stupid fool!

You stupid fool!

OK, then.

Got a soccer fan, huh?

You get how weird this looks, right?

Yeah, I look ridiculous.

Hey!

What are you doing in here?

I am riding out this lame sleepover.

It's not lame. It's fun.

Doing the Cupid Shuffle?

Nice hair.

Shut up about my hair.

Why is everyone so obsessed with my hair?
Worry about your own hair.

Ooh, I'm tough and alternative
and too cool for fun.

[Marcus] Is that your impression of me?

It's all wrong. I'm way more debonair.

I'm too cool for fun.

[chuckles]

Seriously, why aren't you into this?
There's a freaking bounce house.

- None of my friends are here.
- Or your girlfriend.

No, Padma isn't my girlfriend.

I don't really do girlfriends.

"I don't really do girlfriends."

[chuckles lightly]

I'm sure you could hang with Max and us.

The bro squad?

No, thanks.

All right.
Well, I'll get out of your hair. Hey, pun!

- 'Cause the…
- Hmm.

All right.

Wait…

[British accent] I actually think
you're more in the bush than debonair.

[Aussie accent]
You'd like that, wouldn't ya, mate?

Slip another shrimp on the barbie.

[Abby coughs] OK!

Jordan! Truth or dare?

Truth.

Lame. Continue.

Jordan, where's the kinkiest place
you've ever had sex?

Abby! You know the answer to this.

No! I know your answer to this.
I wanna know Jordan's answer. Go!

- Don't do it.
- I gotta do it. I gotta do it. I have to.

- Brodie's parents' bathtub.
- [Norah groans]

While Abby and Max were sleeping
in Brodie's parents' bed.

[Abby squeals] Oh my God!

Yes! I knew it!

Sorry, Norah. I knew you were in there.
I heard you, you dirty animals.

Seriously?

Bro, poor Marty and Frank.
They'll never know.

Jordan, you're up.

I dare you and Brodie
to swap full outfits.

[Norah] Ooh!

[Norah squeals]

No.
You're not stretching out my new Harbours.

Are you backing down from the dare?
The dare doth not be denied.

Abby. Come on. Don't ruin it.

- [Jordan] No pants, no dare.
- I'm not taking my jeans off.

- [Abby] OK?
- [Jordan] Damn, chill.

Abs? You OK?

No, it's just stupid.

- [Norah] Abby!
- [Abby] I'm out!

[dance music plays]

- Hey, Riley!
- Hey, Max!

- Um, do you wanna go talk for a minute?
- Yeah, sure.

Great.

Hey, what's up?

Hey. [chuckles]

Hey.

Right. OK.

So, basically, I don't think I'm imagining
this thing that's going on between us.

I felt like I should just
ask you straight out

because I really, really like you.

I think you're, like, stupid talented.

Like, it's stupid, and you've just
been electric to work with,

so I felt I'd throw it all out there
and see if maybe you were feeling it too?

Um…

[hesitates] Um…

- Max, I...
- Oh my God, no.

Seriously, don't worry about this.
I'm probably just drunk or on acid

or having a seizure or something.
Seriously, this is no big deal.

OK. [chuckles]

Um… Are we still
gonna be good at rehearsal?

Yeah! Definitely.

[sighs]

Look, I'm sorry.

You're awesome,
but I'm definitely straight.

I mean, I wish I wasn't
because we would be the hottest couple.

Literally,
all of the guys' heads would explode.

Yeah, can you imagine?

Uh…

I'm gonna go back to my friends.

Yeah. Yeah, I'll see you around.

[Riley] OK.

[door opens]

Hey, Max!

Hi, you look amazing.

[sobbing]

Max?

Oh…

I'm sorry. I didn't mean to...

Oh, honey. What happened?

I kissed a girl and… she didn't like it.

Oh!

Come on. Come on.

It's like there's this voice in my head
telling me everything I'm doing wrong,

and I'm always just feeling
really critical of myself

even though I know
no one's paying attention.

Does that make sense?

Voices in your head?

Yikes, you should get that looked at.

I don't know.

Yeah, I get it.

Wellsbury sucks.

No, it doesn't.

I'm still figuring it out,
but I've lived in a lot of places,

and Wellsbury does not suck.

This is the first place I've lived
where it's cool to be smart,

and they want you to succeed.

They want you to fit into a neat,
little, predetermined box.

If you don't take seven AP classes,
they label you a problem,

put you on Adderall and Klonopin
until you join the ski team.

You have a mom and a dad, a nice house,

and the ability to pursue
literally any of your interests.

Check your privilege.

If your biggest problem is ski team...

So I don't have any valid problems
because I live in Wellsbury?

- I didn't say that.
- Yeah, you sorta did.

My, uh…

best friend died last year.

He, uh…

He got cancer.

I'm sorry.

It's fine.

It doesn't sound fine.

[Marcus sighs sadly]

Everyone has shit.

Do you wanna talk about it?

Definitely not.

Damn, this got heavy.

Maybe we just need to chill out.

No! Stop!

- What?
- [Ginny giggles] No! Don't!

[door opens]

- [Georgia] Come on. Two seconds.
- [Maxine] Really, I'm fine.

[Georgia] Yeah,
when I'm fine, I sob uncontrollably.

Just… I made such a fool of myself.

You put your heart on the line.

That takes guts.

[runs faucet]
Love is a lot of things, Maxine.

Safe isn't one of 'em.

[Maxine chuckles]

Your accent makes everything you say
sound so convincing.

Now get out there and have fun.
Ignore Riley.

Indifference is the best revenge.

Thanks. Ginny's really lucky to have you.

[door opens]

[door closes]

OK, who's in here?

I was just with M.

I know I'm dealing
with some fraction of ANG.

Peach?

That you?

- Hi, Mom.
- Hey.

What are you doing hiding in here, weirdo?
Why's your hair wet?

How many times have I told you
not to let anyone touch your hair?

Almost done? I wanna get outta here.

This whole thing
is some next-level rich people shit.

I've never seen anything like it,

but you look like you were
enjoying yourself with Hunter. Ow!

[Ginny] Mom!

[Georgia] What? I'm being supportive.

Can we drop it?

Don't be ugly.

Why are you so mean to me today?

Am I that awful?
Have I embarrassed you that much?

[sighs] Volunteered to chaperone for you,
make sure you have a good time.

Please. You hate that I'm making friends

instead of hanging with you
judging everyone.

You're jealous that I get to do this,
and you didn't.

- That's what this is about. Am I wrong?
- Excuse me?

Whatever, Mom.

[Georgia scoffs]

[man] OK. We're stopping here for lunch
before we continue on to Fort Jackson.

That's yours.

No cheese.

One of you is lactose intolerant.
Who is it?

[motorcycle engines rev]

- Thank you.
- No problem.

What is all this?

Uh, a summer history thing.

Next stop on the tour of old dead guys
who did racist shit is Fort Jackson.

Wellsbury High?

Oh yeah. It's in Massachusetts.

It was either this summer history tour
or summer camp.

Juniors got the option to go to Prague,
which is awesome,

but, uh, sophomores stay local.

Where's Prague?

Uh… It's… it's in Europe.

Y'all from there?
Wellsbury, Massachusetts?

Yeah.

Shit.

- Don't cry over spilled condiments.
- I'll cry if I damn want to.

I'm Joe, by the way.

Hi, Joe. I'm Georgia.

Georgia living in Georgia.

What?

Nothing. No, not confusing at all.

You guys, like, real rich or something?

Not really. Just normal.

These Ray-Bans?

Ah… I don't really care
about all that stuff.

But seriously,
I like animals more than humans.

I wanna have a farm
with horses and everything.

- Always wanted to ride a horse.
- [Joe] Oh yeah?

Yeah, it's real stupid,
but when I was a little girl,

I imagined I had this horse
named Milkshake.

Milkshake?

Hey! It's my imaginary horse.

Sorry, go on.

And Milkshake would follow me around,
visible to everyone but me, and…

whenever I needed to get away,
I'd just hop on her, and we'd fly.

- Milkshake could fly.
- Of course.

[motorcycle engines revving]

[man] OK, let's get back on the bus.
Next stop, Fort Jackson.

I gotta go.

Oh…

You can keep 'em.

Bye, Georgia.

I'll look you up if I'm ever in Wellsbury.

Yeah, OK.

Do you wanna go to Prague, little baby?

[indistinct chattering in background]

[Joe] Georgia?

Georgia?

Hello, Georgia?

Could use a little help here.

These hormonal monsters are insatiable.

How about a little less snacking,
a little more helping?

[indie music plays]

[phone chimes]

♪ I thought I could be
Something special and cozy for you ♪

♪ A set of those diamonds
The diamonds that glare as you stare ♪

♪ A portion of popcorn that's poppin'
And shoppin' for a fair chance ♪

♪ Distortion is motion
That's ribbed and forbidden ♪

♪ Don't you dare, don't you dare ♪

♪ You're so coo coo, I'm so coo coo… ♪

Rejection sucks.
Like, it really, really sucks.

I feel like she just took out my heart,
did a little jig on it, sumo wrestled it,

taught it how to Dougie and shoved it
back into my chest, you know?

I'm really sorry.

That didn't totally suck.

Are you kidding? That was lit.

Best night ever!

Yeah! The best. [chuckles]

Is that a burrito?

Yeah, I'll take it.

[slurring] …touch me like that.

Whoa! Abby, are you OK?

Is she drunk?

That was for you.

- She needed it more.
- [Hunter chuckles]

I had a good time tonight.
I think you're awesome.

Uh, yeah, me too.

I mean you, not me.

[both chuckle]

Cool,

'cause I wanted to ask you something.

You're smart and…

obviously beautiful.

[both chuckle]

[Hunter] And…

I was wondering
if you wanna maybe be my girlfriend?

You wanna be my boyfriend?

[babbles incoherently]

[Ginny chuckles]

[Ginny] Uh…

Yeah, that sounds cool.

[Hunter] Oh man.

OK.

[chuckles]

- Awesome.
- OK.

Ginny seems to be fitting in.
You must be happy.

Oh yeah. I'm tickled pink.

- Oh shit!
- [Joe] OK, all right.

Don't cry over spilled condiments.

I'll cry if I damn want to.

OK.

[woman 1] This was wonderful.
Georgia, right?

- Yeah.
- [woman 1] Amazing job.

My pleasure. Y'all take care.

Halle-freaking-lujah. Everybody survived.

I'm emotionally scarred and will
never recover, but I'm glad they had fun.

Yeah.

[woman 2] Thank you so much.
She had such a great time!

Of course.

Well, congratulations, Georgia.

You're a Wellsbury mom now.

Ginny, Max.

Thanks, Joe.

Yeah.

[Ginny] I don't buy that my mom
doesn't believe in having big dreams.

I think she has the biggest dreams of all.

I know how badly she wanted this for me,

this life she never got to have,

the chance at a bright future,

great friends,

the right boyfriend,

a problem-free place.

[school bell rings]

[Gitten] Teach high school, they said.

It'll be fine.

She's gonna make it a whole thing.

Hey, Max! I was thinking we should
start posting photos of us in character

to get people excited for the play, OK?

Aww, cute! See you in rehearsal.

[groans loudly]
God, what is wrong with me?

Hey!

Max, right?

Sorry.

I didn't think anyone would be in here.

Yeah, I come here to study sometimes.
It's quieter than blue.

- Yeah, sometimes I come here to cry. So…
- [both chuckle]

It's very funny.

What's wrong?

[clicks tongue]

[sighs] I kissed this girl who's been
sending me, like, super mixed messages

only to find out she's not gay,
which sucks, and I'll never find love.

What's more messed up
is she's acting like nothing happened,

which is worse,
because something definitely did happen.

So I feel insane. So it sucked.

But… I don't know,

bouncy house was kinda fun.

[Maxine sighs]

Hey, it's her loss.

You're hot.

Maybe next time,
you just need to kiss someone

that wants to kiss you back.

[chuckles lightly]

[folk pop music plays]

[Maxine] Oh my God. We're going.

Gin Gin. Whoa. Dying. I'm deceased.

Samantha is crying in chem now.
Please be crying.

[Norah] Ginny, you're so photogenic.

I know.

Aren't we so cute?

♪ It's the liars and the cheats ♪

♪ Driving from the back seat… ♪

[Ginny] A problem-free place.

♪ And let you down, down down… ♪

[Ginny] But everywhere has problems.

It's not that Georgia
doesn't believe in dreams.

She just thinks they're useless
unless you force them into reality.

♪ Sometimes, people suck ♪

♪ I know it's already been a minute… ♪

[Ginny] What if all your dreams come true,
and it's still not enough?

♪ Desire ♪

♪ Like fire ♪

♪ I can't deny ♪

♪ I'm feeling ♪

♪ That feeling ♪

♪ When she goes by ♪

♪ I've been locked in here for a while ♪

♪ And I just wanna talk ♪

♪ Oh, I know I'll do in time ♪

♪ And I know I've done a crime ♪

♪ Frankly ♪

♪ I've got nothing else to lose ♪

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