The Complete Fourth SeasonDVD - 2016
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You know, I always assumed that you had to be really tough for your job. Never occurred to me that you were... just you.
Are you gonna go after her?
-There's no point. If she's a hawk, that's outside my jurisdiction.
She knows she's not gonna see any justice. Ah. Oliphant vs. Suquamish, 1978, stripped the tribe of its rights to arrest and prosecute non-Indians. I guess you was scared we would, uh, scalp you if we got some power.
-But you did get power.
Not the right power, Walter. See, when a white man hands you a law, you have to pay attention to the loopholes. See, they figured if a white man was stupid enough to date or marry an Indian girl, he has to suffer the consequences. But all other non-Natives are still protected, so we're right back where we started.
Are the Feds gonna pay my rent? 'Cause I don't need justice. I need to pay the rent.
Cookies for dinner?
-Oh. No, dessert. Dinner was Cheez-Its.
I believe we are here. It is a medicine wheel.
-I know what it is. When I was nine, I went to see one of these with my mom and my grandma. They were like you. They thought it was some big deal. To me, it was just a bunch of rocks. So I kicked one of the rocks. Ever since then, nothing in my life's been good.
Gab, what happened to you was not your fault. And medicine wheels do not bring bad luck. They are places of healing.
I'll tell you what I believe. My brother would have been a good man if somebody had been there to shoot him every minute of his life.
Oh, I'm sorry. I thought we were all lying. Isn't that the game we're playing here? I lied about the credit-card charge. No Walmart. Noah lied about the affair. And you, well, you lied about who killed Delia.
Hector is dead. We both know that.
-So why does his name keep coming up? Why does it never seem to surprise you?
This is what I look like when I am surprised.
Mind if I ask who was the old Hector?
-Well, Hector was a former boxer who lived on the Res. Whenever the Cheyenne needed justice, didn't feel they could get it through legal means, they'd hire Hector to knock some teeth out.
-I thought Hector was a sign that the system was broken. Which is why I think there may be a copycat version involved now.
There's no Hector. There's no justice. There's just good luck and bad luck.
How did you know what kind of bullet you were shot with? The man who shot me is my best friend.
Isn't that the, uh, psychiatrist who ran the PTSD support group?
Look who's back from the dead.
Well, I got to hand it to you, Walt. You are one sharp son of a bitch. You seem to have an answer for everything.
-Well, not everything. I still don't know why.
Yeah, I went through every stage. Anger, guilt, denial, back to anger again. Then I ran into one of my brother's work buddies, and, um... he introduced me to tai chi.
-And it saved me. How so?
I like to put it like this. I went to church a lot as a kid. And we were always taught to love our enemies. Tai chi taught me something new... To love the enemy inside me, as well. So I don't look at peace as the absence of conflict anymore. I see it as the acceptance of conflict. ***Spoiler Alert*** I finally finished your book. Glad I did.
-So, what would you have done? To keep George from shooting Lennie? I think George shot Lennie 'cause he felt it was the only option he had left. I'd like to get there before things ever got that bad.
Well, let me... put your mind at ease. I don't kill women and children. In fact, in my experience and the experience of my people, that's been more of a white man's strategy.
-You once said you intended to fight the white man on his terms.
And I will. Harnessing the power of the almighty dollar with casinos. You took our land. You killed us with guns and disease. You lied to us. Shame on you! But we were naive. We were gullible. We never came together as a people, so shame on us. Look around you, Walt. Cheyenne, Blackfoot, Sioux, Cherokee. Could it be we are no longer a beaten, drunken, vanishing people?
I shot at myself?
-Sure you did. Create a false pretense which allows you to harass me in the media.
"A false pretense which allows you to harass me." That is a perfect turn of phrase. I'm gonna pass that along to my lawyer right now.
Did you lock Thorvin in here?
-What else should I have done? Given him a donation? That man's father ruined my family. My grandmother killed herself out of shame, and now he wanted to make a museum out of it so he could feel better about himself. Maybe I should've given him a picture of Grandma Birdie's headstone so he could stick it on a T-shirt and sell it as a souvenir.
Well, Thorvin Hampton's father may have destroyed your family, but Thorvin didn't do anything wrong.
-Guess what. These people didn't do anything wrong, either. They were just trying to live their lives, just like I was trying to live my life and take care of my father. And now Thorvin Hampton barges in, announces that he's my dad's long-lost half-brother, and leaves me to deal with the damage.
Did you know that 22 veterans kill themselves every day? You know, I had no idea when I took this job that it was gonna be so impossible for me to give these people the kind of help that they need. A soldier does not hesitate to get the shrapnel removed from his leg. But if it's the brain that's injured, you can't get them to set foot in here. They think that it makes them weak or something. And just... So what do they do? They... They suffer. And they self-medicate.
Every single job I apply for, every single job, you know what they tell me? They say I don't have the right education or the right experience. Apparently, my military service, well, that's just a black mark on my résumé. They all think that I've got PTSD, TBI, or some other alphabet soup that's gonna have me shooting up the place or something.
So, you don't support this kind of psychiatric vigilantism?
-No, I don't. I understand it, and I sympathize with it. But, no, I don't support it.
Okay, you got one minute to explain to me why I shouldn't shoot you.
-We've come from the Cheyenne reservation.
Your minute's up.
Thanks for coming, everybody. I really appreciate your time. So, what did you think of the book?
-Of Mice and Men, it's Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck's classic American novel. It was published in 1937 to wide critical acclaim.
Thank you, Monte. But I was hoping to get people's personal reactions to the book, so... Shelby
-I hated it. It was too sad, and everybody was so mean.
Okay, um... Zachary, how about you?
-Uh... Uh, sorry, I'm a slow reader, so I didn't finish.
I'm sorry that I accused you of drug trafficking. It's just, you know, there were stolen drugs at your church meeting, same drugs that I saw here, and, uh, well, you can see how that looked.
-So, you're sorry but not really.
I'm sorry. Completely. You didn't deserve that, especially given all the good you do.
-Okay. Thank you, Sheriff. ... Do you want an apology receipt or something?
... uh, I'd like to ask you if you'd like to go for dinner with me. There. I said it. ... I mean, sometime soon.
-My God, that was excruciating
Yeah, tell me about it.
-It was like watching you pass a kidney stone or something.
A lot of bad things happen to a lot of women out here. At least my daughter had the good luck to be raped by a white guy. ... Women on the Res are taught to keep their mouths shut. That's what my mother taught me, and that's what I tried to teach Gab. Thank you. Thank you all. Because with your help... I think that she finally learned.
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