- 1. It's a sunny, woodsy day in Lumberton,
so get those chainsaws out.
- 2. This is the mighty W-O-O-D,
the musical voice of Lumberton.
- 3. At the sound of the falling tree...
- 4. it's 9:30!
- 5. There's a whole lotta wood
waitin' out there, so let's get goin'.
- 6. Mr. Beaumont?
- 7. Your son Jeffrey's here to see you.
- 8. Hey, Dad.
- 9. Do you have a Detective Williams
still working here?
- 10. Yes, he's up in room 221.
- 11. Right up the stairs,
through that door.
- 12. Thanks.
- 13. Detective Williams?
- 14. Yes?
- 15. My name is Jeffrey Beaumont. I live near
you. I believe you know my father Tom?
- 16. - Beaumont's Hardware Store?
- Sure I do.
- 17. I hear he's in the hospital.
- 18. - How's he doing?
- Well, he's OK, I guess. I hope.
- 19. They're doing tests.
That's why I'm home from school.
- 20. I was at the hospital this morning
- 21. and, coming home through
the field behind Vista,
- 22. I, uh... found an ear.
- 23. You did? A human ear?
- 24. Yeah. I thought
I should bring it to you.
- 25. Yeah, that's right.
Let's take a look at it.
- 26. Yes, that's a human ear, all right.
- 27. Let's see what the coroner makes of it.
- 28. Then I want you to show me
exactly where you found it.
- 29. All right.
- 30. We'll check the morgue records, but I
don't recall anything minus an ear.
- 31. The person may very well
still be alive somewhere.
- 32. What can you tell about the person
from the ear?
- 33. Once the tests are done, quite a lot.
- 34. Sex, blood type,
whether the ear came off a dead person.
- 35. Also, it looks like
the ear was cut off with scissors.
- 36. - I'm goin' out for a while.
- Do you want the car?
- 37. - No, I'm just gonna walk around.
- All right.
- 38. You're not going down by Lincoln,
- 39. No, just around the neighborhood.
- 40. OK, honey.
- 41. Hello. My name is Jeffrey Beaumont.
Is Detective Williams here?
- 42. - Oh, yes. Yes, Jeffrey, come on in.
- 43. Well, Jeffrey, you found
something very interesting.
- 44. Very interesting. I know you must
be curious to know more.
- 45. But I have to ask you not only
not to tell anybody about your find,
- 46. but also not to ask more about the case.
- 47. One day when it's all sewed up,
- 48. I'll let you know all the details.
- 49. Right now, though, I can't.
- 50. I understand.
I'm just real curious, like you said.
- 51. I was the same way myself
when I was your age.
- 52. - That's what got me into this business.
- Must be great.
- 53. It's horrible, too.
- 54. I'm sorry, Jeffrey.
That's the way it has to be.
- 55. Anyway, I know you do understand.
- 56. Sure.
- 57. - Thanks for the card for Dad.
- You're welcome. Nice to meet you.
- 58. You, too.
- 59. - Say hello to Sandy for me.
- We will.
- 60. - Good night, Jeffrey.
- Good night.
- 61. Are you the one
that found the ear?
- 62. How did you know?
- 63. I just know, that's all.
- 64. - I remember you from Central.
- Are you a senior?
- 65. Yup.
- 66. - How is Central these days?
- 67. - I don't know... boring.
- What else is new!
- 68. So what are you doin' now?
- 69. I'm home from school.
My father's in the hospital.
- 70. - That's too bad.
- 71. What do you know about the ear?
- 72. - Didn't Dad say not to talk about it?
- Yeah, but you brought it up.
- 73. You know anything?
- 74. I don't know much but bits
and pieces. I hear things.
- 75. Yeah?
- 76. My room is above
my father's office so...
- 77. Above your father's office?
- 78. - So I heard a few things about the ear.
- Uh-huh. And?
- 79. Well... there are a couple of cases
I get mixed up on.
- 80. But one name that keeps coming up
is this woman singer.
- 81. She lives in an apartment
real close to your house.
- 82. Close to the field
where you found the ear.
- 83. It's a strange world,
- 84. - Yeah.
- Where is this apartment?
- 85. It's really close by.
That's what's so creepy.
- 86. They had her under surveillance,
- 87. 'cept I don't know what they found out
'cause she's not my dad's case. So...
- 88. I guess you gotta get
back home pretty soon, huh?
- 89. Not really. Why?
- 90. Well, uh...
- 91. - You... wanna see the building.
- 92. - Come on, I'll show you.
- 93. Hey, baby! Hey, babe!
- 94. That's her building right there.
- 95. She lives on the seventh floor.
- 96. Come on.
- 97. So, uh... what are you gonna do
now that you're home?
- 98. Help out at my father's hardware store.
- 99. They're giving me my own hours,
which is nice.
- 100. I used to know a kid that lived there.
- 101. Had the biggest tongue in the world.
- 102. What happened to him?
- 103. I don't know. He moved away.
- 104. All my old friends are gone.
- 105. - You know the chicken walk?
- What's that?
- 106. That's kind of interesting.
- 107. - Coffee time.
- 108. Hey, Double Ed, where are the overalls?
- 109. They're on the bottom shelf, rolled up,
where they've always been.
- 110. Hey, Ed, how many fingers?
- 111. Four.
- 112. I still don't know how you do that.
- 113. Now listen. You sure you don't
need me or this rig for a while?
- 114. If you wanna spray for bugs,
Jeffrey, it causes us no pain.
- 115. Okey-dokey, Double Ed.
- 116. - Oh, it's so good to have you back.
- Yeah, sure.
- 117. You hungry or thirsty, or both?
- 118. I don't know.
- 119. I'd like to talk to you about somethin'.
- 120. Wait just a minute.
- 121. Listen. Don't you guys
dare say anything to Mike.
- 122. - Sure.
- It's not what you think, OK?
- 123. - Promise?
- Whatever you say.
- 124. - I don't wanna cause trouble.
- I'm here, aren't I?
- 125. - He is nice-lookin'.
- 126. You ever been to Arlene's?
- 127. Of course.
- 128. Now are you gonna tell me
why we're here?
- 129. There are opportunities in life
for gaining knowledge and experience.
- 130. Sometimes it's necessary to take a risk.
- 131. I'll bet someone could learn a lot
by getting into that woman's apartment.
- 132. You know, sneak in, hide, and observe.
- 133. - Sneak into her apartment?
- 134. Are you crazy?
- 135. Jeffrey, she's possibly involved in
murder. This is givin' me the creeps.
- 136. Now just settle down.
I have a plan which I think will work.
- 137. There's very little for you to do,
but I do need your help.
- 138. Don't you even wanna hear the plan?
- 139. Tell me any plan you want, but it's not
going any further than this diner.
- 140. Sandy,
- 141. don't take that attitude.
- 142. All right. The first thing I need
is to get into her apartment
- 143. - and open a window to crawl into later.
- How are you gonna do that?
- 144. Right out in the car
I happen to have some old overalls
- 145. and a bug-spraying rig.
- 146. I will go to her apartment
as a pest-control man.
- 147. I will spray her apartment.
- 148. You knock on the door, draw her
attention away from me,
- 149. and I'll jimmy a window.
- 150. - And what do I say to her at the door?
- You will be a Jehovah's Witness.
- 151. I have some Awake! magazines for you.
- 152. I don't need very much time,
just a few seconds. Whaddaya think?
- 153. I don't know.
- 154. I mean, it sounds like a good daydream,
but... actually doing it's too weird.
- 155. - It's too dangerous.
- Sandy, let's just try the first part.
- 156. No one will suspect us.
- 157. No one would think two people like us
would be crazy enough to do this.
- 158. You have a point there.
- 159. Give me at least three minutes.
- 160. I can stall if it's more, but I need
time to find a good window. All right?
- 161. All right.
- 162. Let's go.
- 163. Here I go.
- 164. Wait a minute. What's her name?
- 165. Oh, brother, Jeffrey.
- 166. Dorothy Vallens, seventh floor.
- 167. Look on her mailbox
for the number, bright boy.
- 168. Thanks.
- 169. Dorothy Vallens, seventh floor.
- 170. OK. Good luck.
- 171. Good luck yourself.
- 172. Three minutes. No sooner.
- 173. Yes? What is it?
- 174. Pest control. I gotta do your apartment.
- 175. - That stuff stinks.
- This is new stuff. There's no smell.
- 176. Good.
- 177. Just need to do the kitchen.
- 178. Grand Central Station!
- 179. It's only the bug man.
- 180. - That should do it.
- 181. - Are you all right?
- Yeah. What happened?
- 182. I was about to go to the door
when that guy did it for me.
- 183. - Was it all right?
- Yes and no. Did you recognize him?
- 184. I only saw his back. I think he went out
a door at the end of the hall.
- 185. I didn't get a good look at him either,
but he sure looked at me.
- 186. I didn't have time to get a window,
but I found these keys. Nifty, huh?
- 187. Yeah, if they open the door.
- 188. Yeah.
- 189. So, what's next?
- 190. - Are you game for more?
- I owe you one
- 191. since I goofed this one up.
- 192. You didn't goof it up.
But... you still owe me one.
- 193. I'm gonna try and sneak in tonight.
- 194. It's Friday. Do you have a date?
- 195. Yeah. I do.
- 196. Well, that does that.
- 197. - You really wanna do this, don't you?
- I don't want you to get involved.
- 198. I do, but if something went wrong...
- 199. Like you said,
they may be involved in murder.
- 200. OK. I'll tell Mike I'm sick.
- 201. Just so the record
is kept straight, though,
- 202. I love Mike.
- 203. What do you want me to do?
- 204. First we'll have a really nice dinner.
- 205. Try to find out
where Dorothy Vallens sings.
- 206. I already know.
The Slow Club on Route 7.
- 207. Great. I'll pick you up about eight?
- 208. Don't pick me up.
My dad might think it's strange.
- 209. I'll walk over to your house.
I'll be there at eight o'clock. OK?
- 210. You better get out
before someone sees us.
- 211. See ya!
- 212. Wait. Here's to an interesting
- 213. I'll drink to that!
- 214. Man, I like Heineken!
You like Heineken?
- 215. - I never really had Heineken before.
- You never had Heineken before?
- 216. My dad drinks Bud.
- 217. - King of beers.
- Ladies and gentlemen,
- 218. the Blue Lady,
Miss Dorothy Vallens.
- 219. - Jeffrey, you shouldn't do this.
- Why not?
- 220. 'Cause it's crazy... and dangerous.
- 221. - My God, I should have never told you.
- I'll be all right.
- 222. I don't think you should stay.
I think you should go home.
- 223. Can you drive this car?
- 224. - Yeah, but I...
- Leave it in front of your house, OK?
- 225. OK.
- 226. I'll see ya tomorrow
and I'll tell ya how it went.
- 227. I don't wanna see you tomorrow.
- 228. - Mike's coming over.
- OK. Um... can I call you?
- 229. OK, yeah, call.
- 230. I hope you sneak out OK.
- 231. - I'm gonna wait here until she comes.
- 232. I'm gonna honk four times.
- 233. I'll go one, two, three, four,
and then you'll hear it
- 234. - and you'll know she's on her way up.
- 235. I don't know if you're
a detective or a pervert.
- 236. Well, that's for me to know
and you to find out.
- 237. See ya.
- 238. Bye.
- 239. Heineken.
- 240. I hope you're OK, Jeffrey.
- 241. Thank you, Jimmy.
See you tomorrow.
- 242. - OK, good night.
- Good night.
- 243. Hello? Yes, sir. Frank?
Frank, let me talk to him.
- 244. Please, Frank... sir.
- 245. I like to sing "Blue Velvet".
- 246. Don... Don, it's all right, don't worry.
- 247. Don! Don, can you hear me?
- 248. Is little Donny all right?
- 249. Is he there with you?
- 250. Don?
- 251. You mean Meadow Lane? Frank!
Frank, what's the matter with him?
- 252. I know. I'll be sweet.
- 253. Mommy loves you.
- 254. OK, Frank... sir.
- 255. Get out of there! Get out!
- 256. Put your hands up! On your head! Do it!
- 257. Get on your knees! Do it!
- 258. What are you doing?
- 259. - Who are you? What's your name?
- 260. - Jeffrey what?
- Jeffrey nothing.
- 261. Give me your wallet.
Give me your wallet!
- 262. Jeffrey Beaumont. What are you doing
in my apartment, Jeffrey Beaumont?
- 263. - I wanted to see you.
- Are you kidding?
- 264. - Who sent you here?
- 265. - I've seen you before.
- I sprayed your apartment.
- 266. I took your key. I didn't mean
to do anything except see you.
- 267. What did you see, tonight?
- 268. Tell me!
- 269. I saw you come in, talk on the phone...
- 270. - And then?
- You got undressed.
- 271. Do you sneak in girls' apartments
to see them get undressed?
- 272. No, never before this.
- 273. - Get undressed. I want to see you.
- Look, I'm sorry. Just let me leave.
- 274. No way! I want to see you!
- 275. Stand up.
- 276. Come closer.
- 277. Closer.
- 278. What do you want?
- 279. I don't know.
- 280. Don't move. Don't look at me.
- 281. - Do you like that?
- 282. Don't touch me! Or I'll kill you!
- 283. Do you like talk like that?
- 284. No.
- 285. Get over there on that couch.
- 286. Lie down.
- 287. Shut up! Don't say anything.
Hide in the closet.
- 288. Don't say anything, or I'll kill you.
I mean it.
- 289. - Hello, baby.
- Shut up!
- 290. It's Daddy, you shithead!
Where's my bourbon?
- 291. Can't you fuckin' remember anything?
- 292. Now it's dark.
- 293. Spread your legs.
- 294. Wider.
- 295. Now show it to me.
- 296. Don't you fuckin' look at me.
- 297. Mommy...
- 298. Mommy! Mommy!
- 299. - Mommy...
- Mommy loves you, Frank.
- 300. Baby wants to fuck!
- 301. All right, get ready to fuck!
You fucker's fucker! You fucker!
- 302. Don't you fuckin' look at me!
- 303. Baby... wants blue velvet.
- 304. Don't you fuckin' look at me!
Don't you fuckin' look at me!
- 305. Look at me. Daddy's coming home.
- 306. Daddy's comin' home.
- 307. Don't you fuckin' look at me!
- 308. Daddy's comin' home.
- 309. Daddy's comin' home.
- 310. Daddy's coming home.
- 311. Daddy's coming home.
- 312. Daddy's coming...
- 313. Mommy! Mommy!
- 314. Don't you fuckin' look at me!
- 315. Don't you fuckin' look at me!
- 316. Now it's dark.
- 317. You stay alive, baby.
- 318. Do it for Van Gogh.
- 319. Why don't you lie down?
- 320. Come on, I'll help you.
- 321. I don't like that.
- 322. What do you want?
- 323. Nothing.
- 324. Are you all right?
- 325. Yeah, I'm all right.
- 326. I'm all right.
- 327. I'll go, then.
- 328. Don?
- 329. - Oh, Don!
- 330. Oh, Don, hold me. Hold me.
- 331. I'm scared. I'm scared.
- 332. I'm scared!
- 333. It's OK. It's OK.
- 334. Don? Don?
- 335. Are you back?
- 336. Do you like me?
- 337. - Do you like me?
- 338. Do you like the way I feel?
- 339. Yes.
- 340. See my breast?
- 341. You can feel it.
- 342. My nipple is getting hard.
- 343. You can touch it.
- 344. You can feel it.
- 345. Do you like the way I feel?
- 346. Yes.
- 347. Feel me.
- 348. Hit me.
- 349. - Dorothy, no. Stop it.
- Hit me.
- 350. Hit me.
- 351. Hit me!
- 352. I'm leaving now.
- 353. Don.
- 354. Don.
- 355. Help me.
- 356. Oh, my God. That hat.
- 357. She's married.
- 358. "Don."
- 359. Help me.
- 360. Now it's dark.
- 361. Hit me. Hit me.
- 362. Man, oh man.
- 363. - Sandy, can ya talk?
- Mike's here.
- 364. Oh. I guess I'll talk to you later,
- 365. - Well, how'd it go?
- It went OK. I'll tell you about it.
- 366. I'll pick you up at eight.
- 367. New axe, 48721.
- 368. Twenty-two...
- 369. ninety-five.
- 370. - I'll see ya then.
- OK, great.
- 371. - Bye-bye.
- 372. Well?
- 373. Aren't you gonna tell me about it?
- 374. OK.
- 375. It's a strange world, Sandy.
- 376. Dorothy Vallens is married,
to a man named Don.
- 377. They have a son.
- 378. I think the son and the husband have
been kidnapped by a man named Frank.
- 379. Frank has done this
to force Dorothy to do things for him.
- 380. I think she wants to die.
- 381. I think Frank cut the ear I found
off her husband
- 382. as a warning for her to stay alive.
- 383. Frank is, uh...
- 384. a very dangerous man.
- 385. My God.
- 386. - Shouldn't you tell my father?
- No. I can't do that.
- 387. I can't prove any of this.
I found out my information illegally.
- 388. You could get into a lot of trouble.
- 389. You saw all that in one night?
- 390. It is a strange world.
- 391. Why are there people like Frank?
- 392. Why is there
so much trouble in this world?
- 393. I don't know.
- 394. I had a dream.
- 395. In fact, it was the night I met you.
- 396. In the dream, there was our world,
- 397. and the world was dark
because there weren't any robins.
- 398. And the robins represented love.
- 399. And for the longest time
there was just this darkness.
- 400. And all of a sudden
- 401. thousands of robins were set free.
- 402. And they flew down and
brought this blinding light of love.
- 403. And it seemed like that love
- 404. would be the only thing
that would make any difference,
- 405. and it did.
- 406. So I guess it means...
- 407. there is trouble
till the robins come.
- 408. You're a neat girl.
- 409. So are you.
- 410. I mean... you're a neat guy.
- 411. I guess we better go.
- 412. Yeah. I guess so.
- 413. Hi. May I come in?
- 414. Yes.
- 415. Hurry, though.
- 416. Are you all right?
- 417. No, I'm not.
- 418. Why are you here?
- 419. - What do you want?
- I, um...
- 420. I looked for you in my closet tonight.
- 421. It's crazy, I know.
I don't know where you come from, but...
- 422. I like you.
- 423. It's not crazy. I like you too.
- 424. I liked being with you last night.
- 425. Same here.
- 426. Please be with me.
Be with me, please.
- 427. Logs, logs, logs. Lumberton, USA.
- 428. At the sound of the falling tree...
- 429. ...it's 1:30.
- 430. This is the mighty voice of Lumberton,
- 431. the town where people really know
how much wood a woodchuck chucks.
- 432. ...seven, eight, nine,
- 433. 10, 11, 12,
- 434. 13, 14, 15,
- 435. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20...
- 436. - Keep going.
- 437. 23, 24, 25.
- 438. Oh, great.
- 439. - You're late.
- I'm sorry.
- 440. - What am I gonna do now?
- You wanna go talk to him?
- 441. Yeah, but...
I don't think it's gonna do much good.
- 442. Let's just go.
I'll try to talk to him later.
- 443. See that clock on the wall?
- 444. Yeah.
- 445. Five minutes from now, you're not
gonna believe what I've told you.
- 446. Number one.
- 447. Today I staked out Frank's place
with a camera.
- 448. There's another man involved in all
this. I call him the Yellow Man.
- 449. You saw his back the other day
at Dorothy's apartment.
- 450. Today I saw the Yellow Man go into
Frank's building, laughing with Frank.
- 451. Now, the only trouble is,
what does that prove?
- 452. Nothing, really. But it's interesting.
- 453. Number two.
- 454. I saw the Yellow Man come out
- 455. and meet a well-dressed man
carrying an alligator briefcase.
- 456. They went to a factory, stood on a
staircase and looked into the distance.
- 457. Now get this. In the distance,
there was a murder.
- 458. A drug dealer was shot to death
and a woman had her legs broken.
- 459. Jeffrey...
- 460. Then two guys told me the police would
find drugs in the dead dealer's place.
- 461. I can't believe what you're finding out.
- 462. Are you gonna continue with this?
- 463. Yeah.
- 464. Until when?
What are you gonna do with this?
- 465. Well, I don't know.
- 466. You're not going back to her apartment?
- 467. Yeah.
- 468. Jeffrey, why?
- 469. I'm seeing something
that was always hidden.
- 470. I'm involved in a mystery.
I'm in the middle of a mystery.
- 471. And it's all secret.
- 472. You like mysteries that much?
- 473. Yeah.
- 474. You're a mystery.
- 475. I like you...
- 476. very much.
- 477. Yeah?
- 478. Jeffrey, don't. Please.
- 479. You worry about me? Really?
- 480. Yeah.
- 481. Is that so surprising?
- 482. Yeah, I worry... a lot.
- 483. I got you into this.
- 484. Come to my bedroom.
- 485. What do you want to do?
- 486. I'm doing it.
- 487. Are you a bad boy?
- 488. What do you mean?
- 489. Do you wanna do bad things?
- 490. Anything.
- 491. Anything.
- 492. What do you want?
- 493. I want you to hurt me.
- 494. No. I don't wanna hurt you.
I told you, I wanna help you.
- 495. Dorothy, I know
some of what's happening.
- 496. Frank has your husband and son,
- 497. Dorothy, you gotta do something,
go to the police or...
- 498. No police!
- 499. No police!
- 500. Don!
- 501. - Hit me!
- No! No!
- 502. Get away! Get away from my bed!
- 503. I have your disease in me now.
- 504. It used to make me laugh.
- 505. I'm sorry, Dorothy.
- 506. - I should go.
- 507. You think I'm crazy, don't you?
- 508. I want you to stay.
- 509. - Don't hate me.
- I sure don't hate you.
- 510. I'm not crazy.
- 511. I know the difference
between right and wrong.
- 512. That's good.
- 513. You're my special friend.
- 514. I still have you inside of me.
- 515. It helps me.
- 516. I need you.
- 517. I'll call you.
- 518. OK.
- 519. - Soon?
- 520. - Are you lying to me?
- 521. - Are you sure?
- 522. Hello, baby.
- 523. - Who is this fuck?
- A friend. He's from the neighborhood.
- 524. We were just talking.
- 525. Ohh!
- 526. You're from the neighborhood.
- 527. Yeah.
- 528. You're a neighbor.
- 529. - Well, what's your name, neighbor?
- 530. He's a good kid, Frank.
- 531. Shut the fuck up!
- 532. Hey, you wanna go for a ride?
- 533. No, thanks.
- 534. "No, thanks"?
What does that mean?
- 535. - I don't wanna go.
- Go where?
- 536. - For a ride.
- A ride. Hell, that's a good idea.
- 537. OK. Let's go.
- 538. Let's go. Get your fuckin' robe!
- 539. Raymond?
- 540. Come on. We're gonna go for a joyride.
- 541. Joyride.
- 542. All right, where do you wanna go?
- 543. Oh, I know.
We got to go to Ben's, right?
- 544. Oh, right.
We've got to see Ben.
- 545. Yeah, we got to, got to, got to, got to.
- 546. We may all be killed.
- 547. - He's a pussy, Frank.
- Yeah, but he's our pussy.
- 548. - Right, tits?
- Pussy heaven.
- 549. You ever
been to pussy heaven?
- 550. No.
- 551. - What'd he say?
- No. No. Hasn't been to pussy heaven.
- 552. - Po-lice call. Po-lice call.
- Bury that fuck!
- 553. This... is... it.
- 554. Raymond?
- 555. Thank you, Raymond.
- 556. Oh!
- 557. Frank's here.
- 558. Come on. I want you to meet
a friend of mine.
- 559. Hey, Raymond?
You get enough beer for Ben, too.
- 560. - What beer do you like?
- 561. Heineken? Fuck that shit!
- 562. Pabst Blue Ribbon!
- 563. Hey-hey!
- 564. I brought some friends,
I brought some beer.
- 565. Fine, Frank, fine.
- 566. Hey!
- 567. Oh, Frank. This is a fine surprise
that you brought your friends.
- 568. I love surprises.
- 569. Please, sit down.
- 570. Suave...
Goddamn, you're one suave fucker.
- 571. - You want some beer?
- Of course, Frank.
- 572. Darling.
- 573. Darling, could you bring some glasses?
And we'll have a beer with Frank.
- 574. Thank you.
- 575. Please, sit down.
- 576. Shit, man. How the shit are ya?
- 577. Fine, Frank, fine. How are you?
- 578. Fuckin' good. I'm real fuckin' good.
- 579. Here today...
- 580. gone tomorrow.
- 581. That doesn't scare me.
- 582. I'm Paul. What's your name?
- 583. Jeffrey.
- 584. Where's the glasses?
That beer's gonna get warm.
- 585. One thing I can't fuckin' stand
is warm beer! It makes me fuckin' puke!
- 586. Darling, where's the glasses?
- 587. Here, Frank. Here come the glasses.
- 588. See, here are the glasses.
- 589. Raymond, where's the fuckin' beer, man?
- 590. It's right here, Frank.
- 591. - Do you want me to pour it?
- No, I want you to fuck it!
- 592. Shit, yes, pour the fuckin' beer!
- 593. Thank you.
- 594. - Let's drink up.
- Here's to your health.
- 595. Shit, let's drink to somethin' else.
- 596. Let's drink to fucking.
- 597. Yeah, say "Here's to your fuck, Frank."
- 598. If you like, Frank.
- 599. Here's to your fuck. Cheers.
- 600. Cheers. Wow. Suave, man.
- 601. You are so fuckin' suave.
- 602. - Hey, we love Ben.
- We love Ben.
- 603. - Here's to Ben!
- Here's to Ben.
- 604. Here's to Ben.
- 605. - Here's to Ben.
- Be polite!
- 606. Here's to Ben.
- 607. See that, Ben?
- 608. I can make him do anything I please.
- 609. Thank you for the toast.
That was very nice, neighbor.
- 610. Did he hurt your little face?
- 611. That feel better?
- 612. Frank, I have something for ya.
- 613. Would you excuse us
for a moment, please?
- 614. Excuse us, porfavor.
- 615. Raymond, do a little baby-sitting.
- 616. I'm Paul.
- 617. Gordon went right up to 'em in broad
daylight, 'cause he's the man, right?
- 618. He took those drugs away
and it was fuckin' beautiful.
- 619. A candy-colored clown
they call the Sandman.
- 620. Let Tits see her kid, huh?
- 621. A candy-colored clown
they call the Sandman.
- 622. Donny! Donny!
- 623. Oh, Donny!
- 624. No! No! Donny, Mama loves you!
- 625. they call the Sandman
- 626. All right! Let's hit the fuckin' road!
- 627. We're givin' our neighbor a joyride!
Let's get on with it!
- 628. Bye, Ben.
- 629. Anyone wanna go on a joyride with us?
- 630. How about you? Huh?
- 631. Hey!
- 632. No smile for Frank? No?
- 633. OK, fuck it! Let's go!
- 634. You wanna go with Raymond?
- 635. I'll see ya Tuesday, Frank.
- 636. Right, Ben.
- 637. Now it's dark.
- 638. Let's fuck!
- 639. I'll fuck anything that moves!
- 640. Where are we going, Frank?
- 641. I'm takin' your neighbor
out to the fuckin' country.
- 642. Hey, do you like to walk?
- 643. - Hey, I'm talkin' to you, shithead.
- 644. He said "What?", Frank.
- 645. What.
- 646. Hey! What has this fuck
got to do with anything?
- 647. Jesus, goddamn.
- 648. You fuck!
- 649. - What're you looking at?
- 650. Don't you look at me, fuck!
- 651. I shoot when I see
the whites of the eyes.
- 652. You're like me.
- 653. Oh, look at those. Ooh.
- 654. Ooh, what are these? Mmm!
- 655. - Please, Frank, let's go.
- Don't say please, fuckhead!
- 656. Ooh, baby...
Ooh, baby wants to pinch them.
- 657. Ooooh! Ooh...!
- 658. Ooh, what's the matter?
Ooh, ooh, give 'em back.
- 659. Ooh. What's the matter?
They're just a little red, that's all.
- 660. Oh! Let me feel 'em.
Oh! Come here. Mmm!
- 661. Hey, leave her alone!
- 662. Goddamn!
- 663. Next! You, out of the car, fuck!
- 664. Get him out of the car, Raymond!
- 665. - Frank! Frank! He didn't mean anything!
- Shut up! Shut up.
- 666. Pretty, pretty. Pretty, pretty.
- 667. Frank, leave him alone!
- 668. Frank! Frank!
- 669. Paul... candy-colored clown.
- 670. You're fuckin' lucky to be alive.
- 671. Candy-colored clown.
- 672. Don't be a good neighbor to her.
- 673. I'll send you a love letter.
- 674. Straight from my heart, fucker!
- 675. Do you know what a love letter is?
- 676. It's a bullet from a fuckin' gun,
- 677. You receive a love letter from me,
you are fucked forever!
- 678. You understand, fuck?
- 679. I'll send you straight to hell, fucker!
- 680. ... I walk with you.
- 681. Feel my muscles. Huh?
- 682. Feel 'em! Huh? You like that?
- 683. Hold him tight for me.
- 684. Frank, stop it!
- 685. Frank, stop it! Frank! Stop!
- 686. Frank, stop it! Stop it!
- 687. Stop it, Frank!
- 688. Hit me.
- 689. No, Donny, Mama loves you!
- 690. What do you mean,
you're lucky to be able to call me?
- 691. Things got out of hand.
- 692. I know some things. They could help your
father, but you might get into trouble.
- 693. Look, forget me. You've got to tell him.
- 694. OK. I promise I won't mention you.
- 695. Jeffrey, I mean it. It doesn't matter.
- 696. Good. I'll see you Friday,
if not before.
- 697. OK.
- 698. - Bye-bye, Sandy.
- 699. - I don't wanna talk about it.
- 700. Everything is OK now.
I just don't wanna talk about it.
- 701. Sometimes it's good to talk things over.
For instance, they say many marriages...
- 702. Aunt Barbara...
I love you but you're gonna get it.
- 703. Gordon.
- 704. Gordon went right up to 'em in broad
daylight, 'cause he's the man, right?
- 705. He took those drugs away
and it was beautiful.
- 706. I got it.
- 707. - Jeffrey. Come on in.
- 708. - Hi, Sandy.
- Hi, Jeffrey.
- 709. Sorry to bother you,
but I need to talk.
- 710. OK. Looks like you had a bad face-lift.
- 711. - Yeah.
- Come on into my study.
- 712. I have to show you some photos
and tell you some things about them.
- 713. This is the first picture.
- 714. It's Frank Booth.
- 715. He is a very sick and dangerous man.
- 716. His address is on the back of the photo.
- 717. This photo is of Frank and another man
as they went into Frank's building.
- 718. And then that man came out and met
with a third man. This well-dressed guy.
- 719. Here's that photo.
- 720. I think a woman named Dorothy Vallens
is in trouble with these people.
- 721. I think Frank kidnapped her husband
and son. I have no hard proof of this.
- 722. - Is Sandy part of this?
- Oh, no. No.
- 723. Who else knows you have these photos?
- 724. Just you and the photo lab.
- 725. - And you're through with this now?
- Yes, sir, I am.
- 726. For now, all right, you better be. And
Sandy better not be involved with this.
- 727. Be prepared to come in
for further interrogation on this later.
- 728. Yes, sir.
- 729. - Is everything OK?
- Yeah. Is Friday still on?
- 730. - You didn't tell him about me?
- No. Shh.
- 731. Why did I ever get you going on this?
- 732. - Of course Friday's still on.
- Great. See ya then.
- 733. Good night, Detective Williams.
- 734. - Night, Sandy.
- Good night, Jeffrey.
- 735. Dad?
- 736. What's wrong?
- 737. There better be nothin' wrong.
- 738. Let's see.
- 739. - I'll get it.
- OK, thanks.
- 740. - Jeffrey, come on in.
- Thanks, Mrs. Williams.
- 741. - She's all ready.
- 742. - You look great.
- 743. - Hello, Detective Williams.
- Hello, Jeffrey.
- 744. - You all set?
- 745. Hey, John, get a move on.
- 746. Just a minute, Tom.
- 747. Easy does it, Jeffrey.
- 748. Behave yourself. Don't blow it.
- 749. Come on, John. Get it in gear, pal.
- 750. So long, Jeffrey.
You two have a nice time tonight, OK?
- 751. - OK.
- What's goin' on?
- 752. Just a little fatherly advice.
- 753. That's right, Jeffrey.
- 754. Come on.
- 755. - Bye, Dad.
- 756. - Good night, Mom.
- Bye. Have a good time.
- 757. - Night, Sandy.
- Good night, Tom.
- 758. - Jeffrey, what was that all about?
- It's nothing.
- 759. Really.
- 760. It's good to see you.
- 761. It's good to see you.
- 762. You look beautiful.
- 763. Thank you.
- 764. Hi.
- 765. Hi.
- 766. - It's all taken care of.
- 767. You want something to drink?
- 768. Wanna dance?
- 769. Yeah.
- 770. I love you, Jeffrey.
- 771. I love you, too.
- 772. Bye. See you later.
- 773. - What's goin' on?
- What is it?
- 774. They're gonna hit us.
- 775. - Oh, my God, what's wrong?
- It's Frank.
- 776. Move it!
- 777. Hang on.
- 778. I can't outrun this guy.
My father's got a gun at home.
- 779. Jeffrey, no.
- 780. Sandy, this guy's a killer.
I promise you.
- 781. It's Mike! Jeffrey, it's Mike.
Oh, my God.
- 782. Get outta the car!
Come on! Get outta there!
- 783. You stole my girl, you bastard.
I'm gonna kick your ass.
- 784. Right here, in front of your own
stupid house. Get outta here!
- 785. Mike, stop it.
- 786. Shut up! Just shut up, all right?
Nobody's talkin' to you.
- 787. Come on, Mike. Look, I don't
wanna cause any problems.
- 788. - Who's that? Is that your mother?
- 789. - No, come here, you Ivy League shit.
- She's hurt, in case you didn't notice.
- 790. Dorothy Vallens?
- 791. Come on.
- 792. I'm really... Hey, I'm sorry.
- 793. I'm really sorry.
I didn't know. I'm really sorry.
- 794. It's OK. It's OK.
- 795. I thought you were gonna kill him, man.
- 796. We've gotta get her outta here.
- 797. Go to my house.
My father can get an ambulance fast.
- 798. - His partner won't be there, will he?
- Probably not. Why?
- 799. - Nothing.
- Watch out for Mike.
- 800. Oh, God.
- 801. Is that you, Jeffrey?
- 802. Yeah. It's me.
- 803. Oh, Jeffrey...
- 804. Jeffrey...
- 805. Dad? Mom?
- 806. - I'm in here, honey.
- 807. All right, I'll be right there.
- 808. - Is Dad home?
- No. He oughta...
- 809. You better call him.
And, uh... get an ambulance.
- 810. Where have you been?
- 811. Oh, God.
- 812. Oh, God, they've hurt him.
Oh, Jeffrey! Jeffrey, Jeffrey, hold me!
- 813. - Hold me! Hold me!
- It's OK, it's OK.
- 814. My secret lover.
- 815. I've called for an ambulance.
The police are on their way.
- 816. Don't get the police!
- 817. Stop it!
- 818. I love you! Love me!
- 819. He put his disease in me.
- 820. Tell me it's all right
I opened myself to you.
- 821. - Tell me it's all right.
- Sandy, please...
- 822. - Sandy?
- I'll get a coat to put on her.
- 823. Jeffrey? What's going on here?
- 824. Shh. I'll tell you.
- 825. They... they've hurt his head.
- 826. Who, Dorothy?
- 827. Don. Help him.
- 828. Help him.
- 829. Promise me you'll help him!
- 830. He put his disease in me.
- 831. Would you like to
come in the ambulance?
- 832. I'll be right with you.
- 833. I should go.
- 834. - Go.
- 835. Hold me! I'm falling!
- 836. I'm falling! Hold me!
- 837. - You lied to me.
- Sandy, please, forgive me.
- 838. I love you.
- 839. I forgive you, Jeffrey.
- 840. I love you.
- 841. I love you.
- 842. I... But I couldn't watch that.
- 843. - Is she OK?
- Yeah, she's OK.
- 844. Get your father. Tell him to send
the police to Dorothy's apartment.
- 845. Tell him to hurry.
I'm leaving right now.
- 846. - Jeffrey, no.
- I have to.
- 847. - I love you.
- Oh, God, be careful.
- 848. I will, believe me.
- 849. Where...
- 850. Where is my dream?
- 851. Look, this is an emergency.
- 852. He said someone was hurt
and he wants Detective Williams there.
- 853. We do not know his whereabouts
at this time.
- 854. Well, find him!
- 855. Get back and stay down.
- 856. He's going to apartment 26.
- 857. Lieutenant, we're at Frank's place now.
The raid has commenced, as scheduled.
- 858. Stay in place.
- 859. Number 25 is vacant,
so maybe we can go through there.
- 860. I'm gonna let them
find you on their own.
- 861. Detective Williams.
- 862. - Detective Williams?
- Williams here. Is that you, Jeffrey?
- 863. Yeah, it's me. I'm hiding
in Dorothy Vallens' apartment.
- 864. Frank is on his way
in a well-dressed-man disguise.
- 865. I've got no way out...
- 866. He's got a radio.
- 867. Jeffrey!
- 868. Detective Williams?
I'm hiding in the back bedroom.
- 869. Please hurry.
- 870. Hey, neighbor.
- 871. You shit-for-brains, man!
You forgot I have a police radio!
- 872. One well-dressed fuckin' man
- 873. knows where your fuckin'
cute little butt's hidin'.
- 874. Stupid fuck.
- 875. Fuck with me, man.
- 876. Here I come, ready or not.
- 877. Lockdown in progress.
Cars 21 through 25...
- 878. You fuck!
- 879. I can hear your fuckin' radio,
you stupid shit!
- 880. You got about one fuckin'
second to live, buddy!
- 881. You're one sorry piece of shit, mister.
- 882. Hey, pretty, pretty!
- 883. Whoo-oo!
- 884. What the fuck... Where are you?
Where are you?
- 885. Oh, Jeffrey.
- 886. It's all over, Jeffrey.
- 887. - Jeffrey, lunch is ready.
- 888. - How you guys doin'?
- Hey, Jeffrey.
- 889. Hey, Jeff.
Feelin' much better now, Jeff.
- 890. Good deal, Dad.
- 891. Sandy, look.
- 892. Lunchtime.
- 893. - OK, Jeffrey.
- Sounds good.
- 894. Jeffrey, come over here
and look at this.
- 895. Look.
- 896. Yeah, I saw him outside.
- 897. Maybe the robins are here.
- 898. I don't see how they could do that.
I could never eat a bug.
- 899. It's a strange world.
- 900. Isn't it?