Two out-of-work actors posing as a King and a Queen talk to one another in an abandoned theater. They constantly slip in and out of characters, showing that they are really practically nothing without their classic theater.
Doc comes home drunk, and starts to rage about how he's unhappy with his life with Lola. The argument heats up, and he gets a hatchet.
Nettie and John's child has just come home from WW2 safe and sound. But his arrival ignites massive amounts of tension between them. They argue and flow from one topic to the next. Takes place in the Bronx. A very well crafted scene.
Will has just had a heart attack and lost his job. And he and his wife Lily Dale have just lost their son. In the scene they delve into their troubles, Lily comes clean with things she is guilty about, and Will refuses to meet with their son's friend to a ...
Shannon and Hannah meet for the first time. Shannon delves into his own mistakes, and Hannah connects with him. They realize that they are very similar and start building trust.
Shannon is losing it, while Maxine tries to get him to calm down. She starts to get him to calm a little, when Shannon sees the bus leaving, and starts to pull the crucifix off his neck, cutting himself in the process. Hannah comes in and helps calm him ...
Shannon begins by talking to Hannah about food in Mexico, then after she runs off to vomit, he talks to himself about how he seduces ladies and, by doing this, is losing his mind.
Joe talks to his wife Harper about moving. She doesn't want to and he tries to bring up her agoraphobia. She lashes out in response, then offers to give him a blowjob, which he's not interested in because he's a secret homosexual.
Joe comes home late, and Harper wants to know where he was, but Joe won't say. After some intense back and forth, she straight asks him if he's gay. After he gets over it, he denies his closet homosexuality.
Joe follows Louis to the park. Louis doesn't want to be touched but Joe softens him up, then Joe doesn't want to go with Louis but Louis convinces him. Then they leave together.
Rose and Troy learn that Troy's mistress died giving birth to their son. Rose tries to comfort Troy, and he asks for space. Then Troy talks to himself and to death about what the deal is gonna be.
Jack and Tyler have their final confrontation, and Jack finds a way to rid himself of Tyler forever.
This is a transcription of all 6 phone calls and the rooftop confrontation between Frank Horrigan, an aging Secret Service agent, and Mitch Leary, a former CIA operative who is plotting to assassinate the president.
John Creasy negotiates for the life of Pita Ramos, the young girl he was hired to protect, by threatening the family of Daniel Sanchez, her kidnapper.
Morton, a railroad baron, chastises Frank, his hired gun, for overdoing his job and putting them at risk. Frank expresses a desire to move up in the world, and assures Morton that he'll take care of the problem.
General Jack D. Ripper, the delusional commander of a US Air Force base, initiates a plan to attack the Soviet Union with nuclear weapons, even though there is no immediate threat. Group Captain Lionel Mandrake, an RAF exchange officer serving as General ...
Hit man Jimmy Tudeski and slightly neurotic dentist Nicholas 'Oz' Seransky meet in Jimmy's apartment, which is next door to Oz's, to discuss certain events that have transpired and to figure out what to do next.
Jack Jordan is in prison for killing a man and two children in a hit-and-run accident. He angrily confesses to Reverend John that he feels betrayed and abandoned by God, while Rev. John attempts to save Jack's faith.
Rocky Sullivan and Jerry Connolly are childhood friends who robbed a railroad car as kids. As they ran from the police, Rocky saved Jerry's life by pulling him out of the way of a train. Rocky was caught, but Jerry escaped. Rocky grows up to become a noto ...
George confronts his old friend and partner Diego, who has stolen his most important drug trafficking connection.
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