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 Deadly Dance Mom | 2017 Thriller | Beverley Mitchell 

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  • (clicks)
  • (whooshing)
  • (dramatic music)
  • (whooshing)
  • (gentle music)
  • (applauding)
  • (rap music)
  • (horn honking)
  • - Come on get outta the way.
  • (tires squealing) (horn honks)
  • The road is full of morons today.
  • Come on go!
  • Seriously?
  • Ohhh, I don't have time for this.
  • Move your fat little legs.
  • Screw this I'm goin' around.
  • (tires squealing)
  • (horn honks)
  • Idiot!
  • (phone ringing)
  • Hey Baby.
  • Mommy's almost there.
  • - [Sara] Mom tryouts are starting in 30 seconds.
  • Where are you?
  • - I'm literally 20 seconds from the front door.
  • ♪ Got a six series beam and you gotta ride clean
  • ♪ Escalade for the team
  • ♪ When you gotta ride clean
  • ♪ Rims over 18
  • ♪ And you gotta ride clean
  • Move your car!
  • ♪ And you gotta ride clean
  • ♪ If you bounce on the scene
  • ♪ And you gotta ride clean
  • ♪ Like it's only got green
  • (horn honking)
  • (tires squealing)
  • - You kidding me?
  • You could kill someone.
  • (gentle music)
  • (tires squealing)
  • (gentle music)
  • - Really?
  • (phone ringing)
  • (gentle music)
  • (banging)
  • (cries out)
  • - Okay go.
  • - Ah excuse me--
  • - Ah don't touch sweetie,
  • you couldn't afford the cleaning bill.
  • - You entitled piece of sh--
  • - You know what Max don't even bother
  • it is so not worth it.
  • - Knock it off over there.
  • - Could you guys move over.
  • - Shhh.
  • - Please, please quiet, people quiet.
  • These are the final auditions for the mid west private
  • school dance off in two weeks in Chicago, woohoo!
  • Alright so, we're gonna give every dancer their turn
  • but I wanna remind you that only two of you will make it
  • and of those two you're gonna have to compete against
  • each other for the big scholarship,
  • also for the chance to be in Delarose's new music video
  • that's right all expenses paid trip to L.A.
  • So let's get started.
  • (clapping)
  • (upbeat music)
  • Alright let's get Sara.
  • (upbeat music)
  • (clapping)
  • (upbeat music)
  • And Melanie.
  • (upbeat music)
  • (applauding)
  • Good job, okay Billy you can bring down the music.
  • Well, clearly (laughs) the winners are Melanie Hoyson
  • (clapping)
  • and Sara Grayson.
  • - Yes.
  • - Boo. - Big surprise.
  • - Oh my God.
  • - Boo. - Big surprise.
  • - Stuff it you sore losers.
  • - It's obvious who your favorites are Gaby.
  • - Ah, excuse me, this studio is all about teamwork okay?
  • We just have to put our best talent out there.
  • - Well maybe if you featured my daughter you'd see
  • how talented she is.
  • What am I paying you for?
  • - Yeah why am I paying you these big bucks?
  • What happened to Jackson's solo?
  • - Well maybe because you need to pay me bigger bucks
  • because he needs a lot of work.
  • - Well we can't all buy our way through life can we?
  • (ominous music)
  • Jackson is clearly the best male dancer in the class.
  • - He's the only male dancer in the class.
  • - That's besides the point.
  • - Maybe if Jackson showed up to rehearsal they would've had
  • that pas de deux locked.
  • - I told you about his IBS problem.
  • - Well that's actually not what you told me,
  • you said it was because Susie dances like she has
  • two left feet and one of them is a club.
  • - Jeanette.
  • - Don't you talk about my daughter that way.
  • - Well don't talk about Jackson that way.
  • - [Beth] Okay ladies maybe not--
  • - You know what I'm done with this okay?
  • I'm done with this, I'm pulling him out.
  • Jackson get your bag, let's go.
  • We're gonna take our business elsewhere,
  • you will never see this face again.
  • (ominous music)
  • (closes)
  • - Well that was awkward.
  • (sighs)
  • - Jeanette can you please move your big black tank?
  • - [Gaby] Okay kids, parties over.
  • Well done good job everybody.
  • (gentle music)
  • - Mom, mom, um have you maybe, I don't know,
  • thought of getting a new car?
  • - Really Mel?
  • That's pretty materialistic.
  • You know perfectly well we cannot afford a new car.
  • - I'm just worried about you driving this old thing,
  • I mean you could break down after work or something,
  • and it's not reliable.
  • But you know what you are the most reliable mom
  • in the entire universe.
  • - Oh, you know what my car is just fine my darling girl.
  • And do you know what, plus your mom is tough.
  • And triple a's only a phone call away.
  • (laughing)
  • (gentle music)
  • Just stay focused on your studies,
  • school first, dance second.
  • - Dance first, school second.
  • - Uhuh, you know the rules, you gotta keep your grades up.
  • You know I know that this competition seems like everything
  • but I don't want this audition to over shadow your studies.
  • - Mom you know I'm gonna nail it, I mean I'm the daughter
  • of the legendary prima ballerina, Elisabeth Rogers Hoyson
  • of the San Diego Ballet.
  • - Yeah the prima ballerina who never got her shot.
  • I'm just lucky I met your father.
  • - Do you ever regret you got married so soon?
  • - Never because he gave me you.
  • (laughs)
  • - Alba, what did I say about bread?
  • - Well come on Janet she's barely 14
  • let her eat what she wants.
  • - Dad it's okay, I don't even like bread anyway.
  • I mean it's boring unless it's like pizza.
  • But mom's right I should be at my best
  • if I wanna win this competition.
  • - What another one hun?
  • I thought you just did one?
  • - No that was just the qualifying round to see
  • who from our school's going.
  • And me and Mel get to go.
  • And dad the winner gets to be in a music video.
  • - In Los Angela no less.
  • Sara's gonna win it.
  • I mean Gaby has a soft spot for that little Melanie girl
  • but out little one dances circles around her.
  • - Mom she's my friend.
  • - There's nothing wrong with a little healthy competition
  • between friends, it was down to me
  • and my best friend for the finales of--
  • - Miss Indiana pageant, I know.
  • And you never spoke to her again.
  • - Yes well because she cheated.
  • Cozying up to the judges in a hotel bar
  • and then suddenly she wins the talent section
  • playing the accordion, yeah right.
  • - Yeah, maybe a little inappropriate.
  • - Mom, how come we never get pizza anymore?
  • - Because pizza's not a real food.
  • When you're out with you're daddy you can eat what ever you
  • want but when you're in my kitchen it will be healthy.
  • - You mean Alba's kitchen.
  • Mom when was the last time you cooked for us?
  • - I seem to remember somebody making
  • your breakfast this morning.
  • - You call opening a container of yogurt
  • and putting strawberries in a bowl cooking?
  • - Jason.
  • - Fine, sorry.
  • - Well, I guess somebody doesn't want
  • that new game console for their birthday.
  • - You're kidding right?
  • - Try me.
  • (ominous music)
  • - Look Jeanette.
  • We agreed that when the kids got older I was gonna cut down
  • some of my hours at the firm, well they're older now.
  • Right and we gotta cut down
  • on some of these house hold expenses.
  • Well do we really need
  • a full time cook, nanny, and house keeper?
  • - Dean I don't care what you do but when you made partner
  • we agreed that my cooking and cleaning were over.
  • - Okay do you think maybe you could devote some of your
  • precious time to, I don't know, taking care of our kids?
  • Maybe pick Jason up after school?
  • Right now we're getting crushed paying for Sara's dance
  • classes and we're getting killed paying for her tutoring.
  • Why?
  • 'Cause she's taking so many dance classes.
  • Quite frankly between you and me.
  • I don't think she's into it as much as you seem to
  • think she is.
  • I think she'd like to do something else.
  • - How in the world would you know?
  • You're not the one who drives her to and from every single
  • day, she loves it.
  • And Gaby says she has what it takes to become a
  • professional someday.
  • - Yeah, Gabby.
  • Gaby doesn't have a vested interest,
  • I mean she doesn't want us to keep spending money
  • on her amateur dance classes.
  • Look I, I love my kid to bits but is she gonna win a state
  • championship, really Jeanette?
  • I mean that Melanie kid is already better then her
  • and they're in the same class so.
  • - Wow.
  • How dare you?
  • That's really supportive of your daughter Dean.
  • And you know what?
  • Gaby does know talent.
  • And furthermore she has contacts in the industry outside
  • of this podunk town that could get our daughter launched,
  • and you also seem to be forgetting that I have just a
  • teeny bit of experience in the business myself.
  • - Ah that is true, you did a couple
  • of big parts 20 years ago.
  • So fair enough.
  • If this dancing is as lucrative as you seem to think it is
  • then our future's set.
  • Right, Sara can dance all she wants, I don't have to lay
  • anybody off so here's my line in the sand.
  • If she wins that state championship she can dance as long as
  • the scholarship lasts but if she loses that is it.
  • Kay, there's no more dancing and she can do whatever her
  • heart tells her to.
  • - Her heart tells he to get out there and dance.
  • For people who can actually recognize talent.
  • So she doesn't die a meaningless life in suburbia
  • surrounded by mediocrity.
  • - Ah, that's what this is.
  • You know what Jeanette?
  • When you sober up if that ever happens we're gonna continue
  • this, it's not over.
  • (sad music)
  • (banging)
  • - Stevie?
  • - Hey Mrs.. G, what's up?
  • - Can I talk to you?
  • - Sure.
  • - God this is so awkward.
  • Um, you've, I'm sure noticed that things have been
  • a little tense around here lately?
  • - Well it's not my place.
  • - Oh come on, you and Alba, you're like family.
  • I, you can be honest.
  • - Yes I been seeing you fighting a lot.
  • - It's mister Grayson I, he's acting so strange lately I
  • don't even feel like it's the same man I married.
  • You know I'm worried about Jason and Sara and I,
  • I think we're gonna have to get divorced.
  • - Well I'm so sorry Mrs.. G.
  • - And the weirdest thing is he's making up things like he,
  • he thinks that you stole his brand new set of golf clubs.
  • - He does?
  • I would never do something like that
  • Alba and I've been with this family for five years Mrs.. G.
  • - Oh I know and I believe you it's just he's just,
  • he thinks that it's a money thing 'cause,
  • well he over heard you and Alba talking
  • about her mother in law.
  • - Oh she's sick, very sick Mrs..
  • We're hoping to bring her here to see a specialist
  • but we have no money.
  • - I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry.
  • You know what, I think there might be away for us
  • to help each other.
  • - How Mrs.. G?
  • I'll do anything to make my Albita happy.
  • - Well um.
  • - [Stevie] Oh madre mia.
  • - That's 3000 to be exact and if you agree to my plan
  • there's more where that came from, okay?
  • It's just, I need your help, if I have to raise
  • Jason and Sara on my own, he's a lawyer he's gonna,
  • he's gonna leave me with nothing.
  • - What do you want me to do?
  • - Sara is in a dance competition okay, and she stands to win
  • 20,000 dollars and she gets to go to L.A.
  • And then we, we can start over, that's our way out.
  • It's just, there just one, one thing standing between us
  • and freedom, she has a competitor, Melanie Hoyson,
  • and I need your help to make sure that girl doesn't make it.
  • - Oh Mrs.. G are you saying what I think you're saying?
  • I couldn't hurt the little girl.
  • - Oh no, no, not in a million years that's not what I meant.
  • She can't make it to the competition, I just need you
  • to delay her a little.
  • - Sorry Mrs.. G but it's no feel right.
  • - Does going back to jail feel right?
  • He's a lawyer, he makes one call to your parole officer
  • and tells him about the golf clubs and it's over.
  • - But I didn't.
  • - Well then where are they?
  • - I don't know they're in here.
  • They were here this morning.
  • - They're gone, I looked everywhere, he's got us Stevie,
  • he's got us both.
  • But if you help me,
  • I can help get you outta this.
  • There's no other way Stevie we have to do this.
  • (ominous music)
  • - Okay.
  • - So you hungry?
  • - Yes.
  • - What are we thinkin'?
  • Some burgers?
  • - Ah pizza.
  • - Pizza, let's do pizza.
  • - Yeah.
  • - Hey Hoyson girls, what'd ya say we go grab a bite
  • at that new restaurant on third street?
  • I'll drive, I saw you eyein' my sweet new ride yesterday.
  • - Oh you know I don't know.
  • - Please mom, come on let's go.
  • - No you guys should come.
  • - Yeah it's on me don't worry about it.
  • Come on winners gotta stick together
  • and you deserve some time off for for good behavior.
  • Come on let's go.
  • ((gentle music)
  • - Really Melanie you are such a natural talent,
  • you've clearly inherited some
  • of you mother's dancing genes.
  • - Well glad it worked out for someone
  • because it certainly did not work out for me.
  • You know all those years of dreaming about making my
  • living on my feet I was thinking it was gonna be ballet
  • not so much working at a gourmet coffee shop
  • but it is what it is.
  • I mean my feet are so bad I honestly can't remember
  • the last time I had a pedicure.
  • - Why would we worry about your feet when you go of the
  • house looking like this everyday
  • without a stitch of make up on please.
  • Now where are you working these days?
  • The same place?
  • - Oh yeah Mister Salvadore, I mean he's been amazing
  • he's so good to our family and has been so supportive
  • of everything.
  • - Yeah, yeah it's a great idea that he had to open a
  • catering division, my husband used it last month
  • for a fund raiser or something for his law firm.
  • - Actually I worked that event, I looked for you
  • but I only saw Dean.
  • - Oh isn't that funny.
  • I don't know how I would have missed you.
  • - Mom I'm just gonna head to the restroom for a second
  • um Sara you wanna come?
  • - Ah mom I'll be right back.
  • - Sure.
  • Oh thank god I thought they'd never leave.
  • Ohhh.
  • (splashes)
  • - Okay.
  • - Seriously though, I don't know how you do it,
  • raising her all by yourself without her father around
  • all those shifts you work, I mean not to mention
  • giving up on your dreams ahh.
  • I know it may not seem like it but
  • you know I had dreams too.
  • - What were your dreams?
  • - Well I mean after Miss Indiana I--
  • - You were Miss Indiana?
  • - Was the runner up, but I was robbed.
  • I am telling you the things that girl...
  • That's a story for another bottle of Chardonnay but,
  • but I was gonna be an actress, I was I was out there
  • I was hustling, I'd gotten a few small parts--
  • - Wait so you were on tv?
  • What show?
  • Would I, would I have seen it?
  • - Well it didn't get picked up, I mean it was some
  • political thing, you understand, it happens all the time,
  • but the point is, is that I was making it
  • and then my mom got sick and I had to come home
  • and take care of her and just time got away from me.
  • I met Dean and one thing led to another
  • and the rest is history as they say.
  • But oh my, I'm so sorry
  • I'm totally running off at the mouth.
  • - No, no, no, no it's nice, it's nice to get a chance
  • to get to know you and you know what, I think at some point
  • we all have to take a look at our past.
  • - Yeah, yeah we do.
  • And I look at my past and I vow that my little girl
  • will not go through what I went through.
  • Well that's why we work so hard right now right?
  • To give our little girls everything we didn't have.
  • - I know that's why I've been working so hard.
  • I've been picking up extra shifts.
  • It's just exhausting, mentally, physically, financially.
  • - What if I could help you out with that?
  • - I'm sorry?
  • - Well with the competition, the expense.
  • I've reserved a suite at the hotel, for the weekend of
  • the dance competition and I've reserved a limo
  • with a driver, of course.
  • Why don't I just book another suite?
  • - No, I couldn't, I mean that would cost a fortune.
  • - No, no, no, no the car service is already booked
  • and paid for, it's happening regardless
  • and I booked the rooms on points,
  • we have tons, let me call the hotel and book another room
  • for you guys, seriously it's the least I can do.
  • Look I get it, I was raised by a single mom,
  • I understand, I really do.
  • - Okay, but only if you let me find some way
  • to make it up to you.
  • - Deal.
  • - Deal (laughs).
  • (laughing)
  • - Ladies I have a surprise for you,
  • you two are hitting the dance competition
  • in high style as winners should be.
  • You're getting picked up in a limo, the whole nine yards.
  • - Well I mean that is, if you're game?
  • - N, yes!
  • Thank you so much.
  • Sara?
  • - Duh?
  • - [Jeanette] Isn't that great?
  • (ominous music)
  • Perfect.
  • (knocking)
  • - Is there anything else for tonight?
  • If not, I'm gonna head out.
  • - Actually I did want to talk to you about something.
  • - Oh sure, is everything alright?
  • - Oh no, no, no everything's fine.
  • Dean and I adore you and Stevie, you've been so loyal
  • and so helpful to this family, we really appreciate you.
  • - Thank you Mrs.. Grayson.
  • - No, I was just thinking that
  • you know maybe you or Stevie would want to pick up some
  • extra work here and there, you know
  • to help out with your mother.
  • - My mother?
  • Oh he told you.
  • - I'm so sorry.
  • - Yes, I'm very grateful Mrs.. Grayson.
  • - Okay good because I have this thing I'm working on
  • and I've spoken to Stevie about it and he's agreed to help.
  • - Oh he is?
  • Can I help in any way?
  • - You're such a sweetheart yes,
  • ah but we'll talk about that part tomorrow.
  • There may or may not be a surprise party for my husband ok?
  • So if Stevie and I are acting a little bit sneaky
  • it's just all part of the plan.
  • - Of course, I understand.
  • Well we talk tomorrow, ah goodnight.
  • - Goodnight, get home safe.
  • (ominous music)
  • (gentle clicking)
  • (crickets chirping)
  • (alarm beeping)
  • (sighs)
  • (gentle music)
  • - Hey sweetie, I'm off to work, I've got a banana smoothie
  • in the fridge and there's scones on the table okay?
  • - Love you, don't work to hard.
  • - Love you too.
  • (gentle music)
  • - Beth, you're late again.
  • Make sure that coffee's brewed and ready
  • we have customer's waiting.
  • Are the pastries all set up on the display case?
  • - I set them last night,
  • now let those tired, hungry, poor people in here, oh,
  • good morning.
  • - Come on in folks, not officially open but the coffee's
  • almost ready (laughs).
  • - [Woman] Hello there!
  • - Good morning, what can I get for you this morning?
  • Cappuccino?
  • Can I get a cappuccino please?
  • What are you lookin' for?
  • Black coffee? You got it.
  • You were thinkin'?
  • (ominous music)
  • (bangs)
  • (ominous music)
  • (laughs)
  • (sighs)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Salvatore's gourmet, how can I help you?
  • - Hi, hi my name's Amanda and you were referred to me
  • by a friend and I wanna get some catering for a surprise
  • party I'm doing for my husband this Saturday night.
  • Yeah, you know it's just about 12 people so appies,
  • and well we'll need a cake 'cause you know it's a birthday
  • and all that and we're good for a bar, I have that taken
  • care of, um what do ya think?
  • - No problem Amanda.
  • Approximately what time do you need it?
  • Um I can put you in the book right away.
  • - How about between four and eight p.m.
  • And oh, I was at a benefit a few months ago that your
  • company catered and there was this little firecracker
  • working for you I think her name was Beth or Bess
  • or something but I would love if she could do my party
  • 'cause she was great.
  • - Yeah that's Beth that right, she's our head caterer
  • and she works in the shop too, I'll put her on hold
  • she's always looking for some extra work.
  • - Fantastic, I'm so excited, okay.
  • Oh wait there's one last thing, you know how everyone
  • in this town gossips and I don't want anyone to find out
  • about the party to soon so, you know, just keep it on the
  • Q T you got me?
  • - No problem Amanda I understand perfectly.
  • - Alright thank you.
  • (ominous music)
  • Hey you all done?
  • Hydrate, hydrate.
  • - Ah, Mrs.. Grayson.
  • - Call me Jeanette.
  • - Okay, Jeanette could you actually drive me home
  • 'cause my mom needs to close.
  • - Sure absolutely no problem, come on.
  • - Okay, thank you.
  • - Go, go.
  • I'll meet you in the car.
  • (ominous music)
  • Hey do you girls wanna stop and grab a smoothie?
  • You burned a lot of calories back there.
  • - [Both] Yeah.
  • - Okay so get whatever you want Sara,
  • I'll have a wheat grass or a double wheat grass or something
  • and how 'bout?
  • - She's easy, mango tango.
  • - You got it.
  • - Mango tango.
  • (ominous music)
  • Can you believe how much she's grown lately?
  • - Yeah.
  • - We just had to buy her all new clothes.
  • - [Melanie] Really?
  • - Yeah she out grew everything.
  • Oh you know what that reminds me,
  • do you need some dance clothes?
  • - I do actually, yeah.
  • - Well we have an entire storage unit full of stuff
  • that she's never gonna wear again because it's to small
  • I mean there's things with the tags still on them
  • you can have them if you want.
  • - Really?
  • That would be awesome 'cause I was gonna talk to my mom
  • about getting new stuff but money's tight right now.
  • - Oh okay well we don't wanna hurt her feelings so
  • why don't you and I just make a trip out there
  • you can go through everything and take whatever you want,
  • and we'll just tell her you borrowed it.
  • - That would be awesome, I'd love that so much.
  • - Of course, of course.
  • Oh, here she comes.
  • Hey honey, mango tango.
  • Yummmm.
  • - Mango tango.
  • - Thank you.
  • (grinding)
  • (yawns)
  • - [Beth] Hey kiddo how was today?
  • - It was good.
  • I'm so hungry.
  • Can we get food, like tacos or something?
  • - Mm tacos and you know what, nachos.
  • - And a big bag of popcorn.
  • - You got it, let's do it, alright.
  • (ominous music)
  • - Ah hey mom can we watch a movie later?
  • - Ahm have you finished your homework?
  • - No.
  • - I don't know Mel, it's almost nine o'clock
  • and you have to finish your homework
  • and don't rush through it.
  • I'm still not happy about that C you got last week.
  • - Mom that was a practice test so it doesn't even count.
  • - Well I don't care what you wanna call it
  • a C is still unacceptable.
  • - Seriously mom?
  • Gimme a break, I mean why do my grades even matter so much?
  • Dance is all I wanna do, that's what you did.
  • - Yeah it is what I did, and look how it worked out for me
  • I didn't have a back up plan
  • and now I am a glorified waitress.
  • - Kay just 'cause it didn't work out for you
  • doesn't mean it won't for me.
  • - Do you have any idea how hard I have to work
  • to keep a roof over your head?
  • To pay for the dance classes?
  • I am killing myself.
  • - Kay, well I never asked you to.
  • - Excuse me?
  • I am busting my ass and you don't even care?
  • I mean after your dad died I gave up everything.
  • I don't want you to make the same mistakes that I made.
  • - Oh so now I'm a mistake?
  • (slams)
  • (crying)
  • - Mel that's not what I meant.
  • Mel, can you please open the door?
  • Mel, can you please open the door so I can talk to you?
  • (crying)
  • (ominous music)
  • - Hey Alba.
  • Hey guys sorry I'm late.
  • - Hello Mr. Grayson, I save you some roast chicken
  • and vegetables.
  • - Oh thank you Alba, I'm starving.
  • Hey gang.
  • Sweetheart.
  • Hey buddy.
  • (claps)
  • Oh yeah.
  • How are you?
  • - Fine.
  • - How much have you had to drink?
  • - Well that's a heck of a greeting.
  • Way to berate me in front of the children.
  • But you just can't sit down and enjoy some quality time
  • with the kids can you?
  • - Well that's quality time?
  • Being drunk in front of the kids?
  • Thank you.
  • - Mmm, cookies.
  • - Wait what the hell are you doing?
  • I said no carbs.
  • - What that's insane (yelps) Jeanette.
  • Oh come on. (splashes)
  • Okay stop, stop everybody,
  • please Alba I'm fine, I'm fine thank you.
  • Now sweetheart can you just head up to your room
  • for a sec I just want to talk to your mother.
  • (laughing)
  • - Uh oh, mommy's in trouble.
  • Well done mister role model.
  • You managed to both humiliate me in front of the kids
  • and terrify the help.
  • (clapping)
  • - 'Cause you're such a perfect mother.
  • The way you ignore Jason half the time
  • and you push Sara in to this friggin' dancin' to the
  • exclusion of all else.
  • Do you know that she also wants to do other things?
  • She wants to ride horses, she wants to do volleyball
  • but it's always about dancing.
  • - Because she is good at dance.
  • And you know what, this weekend when she wins that
  • competition and we go to L.A. for the video,
  • she's gonna get discovered and everything around here
  • is gonna change.
  • - You're gonna get discovered right?
  • That's what this is about, you're gonna get discovered.
  • Well it's not gonna happen, it didn't happen then
  • and it sure as hell isn't gonna happen now.
  • That ship has sailed Jeanette.
  • - It didn't happen 20 years ago because I stuck around
  • here to help put you through law school
  • and you never supported me.
  • - That's all I did.
  • All I did was support you.
  • You've no clue and I don't know if you're still on your
  • meds but if you are you shouldn't be drinking.
  • - Those meds, they made me feel fuzzy and cloudy
  • and wrong and I decide what goes in my body, I decide.
  • - No you don't.
  • - And I have it under control, it is not up to you.
  • - No you don't, you don't and you have forfeited the
  • right to decide.
  • From now on I decide, I'm calling doctor Levanthal in the
  • morning and if you wanna stay with therapy, you wanna
  • stay on your meds then maybe I don't sue for full
  • custody but we are done.
  • Okay and the dance, all that business, it is done.
  • - No you said that if she won the competition
  • and got the scholarship she could keep dancing.
  • - Yeah, she gets to go to the competition and that is it.
  • Okay, and that is for her, from now on she gets to do
  • whatever she wants to do, not what you want her to do.
  • You hear me?
  • - No, I didn't hear a thing.
  • 'Cause frankly, you bore the crap outta me.
  • (ominous music)
  • And yeah you know what, let's get divorced.
  • I'll sue you for every cent you've got.
  • (ominous music)
  • (clicking)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - [Receptionist] Judson family law.
  • - Hi I'd like to make an appointment with Mr. Judson
  • regarding divorce proceedings, next week sometime
  • Monday or Tuesday.
  • - [Receptionist] Okay I have a three 30 open on Tuesday.
  • - That's perfect.
  • Thank you for getting me in so soon.
  • I'll see you then.
  • - [Receptionist] Thanks, see you then.
  • (phone buzzing)
  • - Hi Beth what's goin' on?
  • - Jeanette I have some bad news, I just got booked for a
  • catering gig tomorrow so I don't know if I'm gonna be able
  • to make it down for the competition.
  • So is there any way that you can take Mel down with you
  • and I don't know maybe if I get a break I might be able
  • to get down there to see her dance?
  • - Great.
  • - Okay, I'm so sorry about this.
  • - It's no problem at all
  • I just hope you make it there in time.
  • - Yeah right, thank you so much.
  • - Okay bye.
  • Well it's on you now.
  • (ominous music)
  • - Okay that's it for today I've got an open class in
  • 10 minutes, I want you to stretch a lot before bed
  • and I want you to drink lots of water
  • and I want you to stay away from the sugary stuff okay?
  • - Thanks Gaby.
  • - Okay.
  • - Oh you were great, it was great.
  • - Here's your stuff.
  • Hi.
  • - Hey um, Jeanette, um did you talk to my mom?
  • - Yeah I did, everything's fine it's all taken care of.
  • - Mel I'm just gonna go wait in the changing room.
  • - Okay we'll see you in a sec.
  • - I just, I really hope she can watch my dance.
  • - I'm sure she's gonna do her absolute best to get there
  • on time and see you dance, I promise.
  • Um but I was thinking instead of trying to go by the
  • storage unit today why don't we just head over there
  • first thing in the morning just you and I, we'll pick out
  • a couple of outfits, whatever you wanna grab
  • while Sara's getting showered and then we'll run back
  • and scoop her up and head out.
  • - That sounds awesome.
  • - Oh um, you haven't told your mom about the costumes
  • or anything have you?
  • - No she thinks we're wearing the stuff we wore
  • during the flower settle.
  • - Oh perfect then it's gonna be such a great surprise
  • when she finally sees it.
  • (laughs)
  • I know right, so I'll pick you up at nine 30,
  • we should be at the storage unit by 10,
  • grab whatever we want and that gives us enough time
  • to scoop Sara up, head down to the competition,
  • register and relax with time to spare.
  • - Perfect.
  • Hey.
  • - Ah sorry I'm late, how'd it go?
  • - Really good.
  • - Okay.
  • Thank you again for taking Mel tomorrow.
  • - Oh my gosh not another word about it okay?
  • - I'm just running to the changing room.
  • - Yeah okay let's go.
  • (ominous music)
  • - I'm sorry about the other night.
  • You were right I need to focus on school just as much
  • as I do on dance.
  • - You know I'm really proud of you
  • and see when you focus you can achieve anything.
  • - Thanks mom.
  • Now I just have to win that scholarship tomorrow.
  • - Oh, honey don't worry about the scholarship.
  • Just go out there and do your best okay?
  • - And I'm sorry for being such a brat.
  • I know how hard you work
  • and I probably don't say it enough
  • but thank you for everything.
  • - I'm sorry too, I've just been so stressed out
  • and I don't mean to keep harping on you for everything
  • I mean I just want you to focus on what's important
  • because I want the best for you.
  • I don't want you to struggle like I do.
  • And I can't work for Mr. Salvatore forever.
  • - Honestly mom you could own your own catering business.
  • I mean it, you could do it.
  • - Yeah well maybe someday I will.
  • You better go get your bag packed for tomorrow.
  • And you should go to bed early tonight 'cause it's gonna
  • be a long day and again I'm so sorry that I'm not gonna
  • be able to be there.
  • - I know.
  • (gentle music)
  • (clicks)
  • (ominous music)
  • - Let's go over the details again.
  • You've got the phone right?
  • - [Stevie] Yes my phone is here.
  • - Take the soaked cloth and cover her nose and mouth
  • with it, right?
  • She'll pass right out.
  • Don't worry it's the happy stuff that dentists use,
  • you can't hurt her.
  • So then you take her to the storage unit
  • and once she's all secured, go somewhere
  • find a diner or something and have breakfast and call me
  • and okay, whatever you do
  • make sure you pay for everything with cash.
  • What's going on, what's wrong?
  • - Don't you think it looks sort of weird
  • a limo driving through Gary where the unit is?
  • Nobody round there ride in limos.
  • - Stevie please you're over thinking this
  • the police in Gary have their hands full trust me.
  • - Stevie, are you ready to go?
  • - Yes I was just asking him to pick up some supplies
  • for the surprise party.
  • You're alright on your own tomorrow right?
  • Working a Saturday?
  • - Of course I'll make Jason a big pizza tomorrow
  • and we'll watch a movie.
  • - Great, I'm not sure exactly what time Dean will be home
  • from the golf course but it shouldn't be late.
  • - No problem you and Sara you have a nice weekend
  • and I'll see you Monday.
  • - Kay, thank you.
  • (ominous music)
  • (splashing)
  • - Good morning Miss Hoyson.
  • - Ah hi.
  • - Sorry I'm a little bit late.
  • - That's okay, where's Mrs.. G?
  • - Mrs.. Grayson is running late,
  • she's gonna meet us at the storage unit.
  • She asked me to pick up this mango thing for you.
  • - Awesome, I love Mrs.. G.
  • - Do you mind?
  • I need to make sure you're buckled in properly.
  • - Okay. (coughs)
  • What's that smell?
  • - Ah, this.
  • (muffled screams)
  • (dramatic music)
  • - [Stevie] Miss Hoyson?
  • (dramatic music)
  • - Melanie hi, it's Jeanette, listen the limo driver
  • just called me and said you never showed up,
  • is everything okay?
  • Please call me back.
  • - Where's Mel?
  • - Honey I don't know, I just left her a message
  • she didn't show up for the limo.
  • - Well can I call her?
  • - Yeah sure on the way.
  • I cancelled the car 'cause there's no point now
  • I'll just drive us.
  • You know what for all I know
  • she and Beth drove in late last night and,
  • or first thing this morning.
  • - But registration's at noon,
  • can't we just stop by their place?
  • - Honey we don't have time.
  • I will call Gaby and I will make sure I can register them.
  • - Mom.
  • - Sweetheart you know mommy always takes care of everything
  • you just worry about the dancing alright love?
  • Grab your bag let's go, we're gonna be late.
  • You know where that chopping tower by the navy yard
  • where the stupid tourists stop to take pictures...
  • (ominous music)
  • - Hello?
  • Hello?
  • (soft whirring)
  • - Please remain calm Miss.
  • It's okay, everything's okay.
  • (soft whirring)
  • (ominous music)
  • (yawns)
  • (ominous music)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Help!
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Oh crap, the cell phone, she's gonna kill me.
  • (dramatic music)
  • - Hey Mel it's mom, you were supposed to call me
  • when you got picked up.
  • I'm sure you're having to much fun but can you please
  • call me back as soon as you get this message?
  • (dramatic music)
  • - Gabriela's dance academy.
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Gaby here.
  • - Hey Gaby it's Beth Hoyson.
  • - Listen Beth I'm just checking in
  • can I call you back?
  • - Yeah, I just have one quick question.
  • - [Gaby] Make it quick.
  • - Okay have you seen Mel or the Grayson's?
  • - No Beth I have not, I mean it's just 11 o'clock
  • people are just starting to arrive now
  • and yes registration is on until noon,
  • competition begins at two p.m.
  • - Yeah right um okay well can you please have Mel call me
  • as soon as you see her.
  • - Absolutely.
  • (dramatic music)
  • - (crying) Mom.
  • - What?
  • (phone ringing) (tires squealing)
  • (bangs) (cries out)
  • (dramatic music)
  • - Help! (Banging)
  • - [Melanie] Hi it's me Melanie leave a message.
  • - Damn it.
  • (phone rings)
  • - [911 Operator] 911 what's your emergency?
  • - Hi my name is Beth Hoyson and my 14 year old daughter
  • just sent me a text and I think somethings wrong.
  • - [911 Operator] What did the text say?
  • - It said Mommy help and I'm telling you that my daughter
  • would never send me a text like that
  • unless she was in real trouble.
  • - [911 Operator] Okay ma'am when was the last time
  • you saw her?
  • - Umm it was five a.m. I was just leaving for work.
  • - [911 Operator] Ma'am.
  • - I'm telling you in my gut I know that something is wrong
  • and she is in trouble.
  • - [911 Operator] Elisabeth would it make you feel better
  • if I sent an officer to your home?
  • - No, no, no there's no time, um no, I'm going after her.
  • (frantic music)
  • (banging)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - [Jeanette] Hey is everything on schedule?
  • - No Miss we got a problem.
  • I think that girl woke up and got her cell phone.
  • - What?
  • Oh my god, you moron you were supposed to take
  • the phone from her.
  • - I spilled that stuff on my jacket and I got nervous
  • and I forgot to get her cell phone,
  • so I just started driving as soon as she passed out.
  • - Okay, okay, Stevie stay calm.
  • Okay I'm getting off the highway,
  • I'm getting off the highway and heading back to you
  • I should be there in about 20 minutes.
  • (ominous music)
  • - Why am I tied up?
  • - Just remain calm that's all, you'll be okay.
  • - Mom, why are you off the highway so soon?
  • - You're daddy lost his car keys and I have the second set.
  • - Mom!
  • I'm gonna be late and I'm starving.
  • - Honey everything is fine, alright?
  • Um okay well why don't I drop you at the mall or something
  • and you can grab and I'll just swing back and get you in
  • about 20 minutes?
  • - Okay, Dakota and Tori are there right now.
  • - Sure as long as you get something healthy okay?
  • - Okay cool, thanks.
  • - Sure.
  • (suspenseful music)
  • - Got you.
  • Now I know it's you pig.
  • You better not hurt my baby.
  • (suspenseful music)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Hey Mrs. G.
  • - Stevie, how many times have I told you not to call me by
  • name when you have her in the car?
  • - Does her mom drive an old white car?
  • - Yes?
  • Oh my god, is she following you?
  • - I think so.
  • What shall I do Mrs. G?
  • - Okay, okay, Stevie, Stevie, stay calm.
  • Alright I will call you when I'm close.
  • I want you to get off, and turn west
  • and head back towards Chicago.
  • (suspenseful music)
  • Kay so I'll be at the mall entrance in 20 minutes
  • to pick you up okay?
  • Don't be late.
  • - Kay.
  • (screams)
  • (ominous music)
  • (suspenseful music)
  • - Come on.
  • (tires squealing)
  • - Mom!
  • I know you can hear me!
  • - Just stop it okay, stop it, just stop.
  • (phone ringing)
  • Hey Mrs. G.
  • Are you getting close?
  • - Alright I'm five minutes away from there at most.
  • Now here's what I need you to do.
  • Pull off on Palmer road it's a dead end.
  • Get her to follow you in there.
  • I am right behind you guys and I will take her down.
  • - Where are you going?
  • (suspenseful music)
  • (tires squealing)
  • - I'm right behind you can you see me?
  • - I see you.
  • - Kay I need you to speed up and get further away from her.
  • I'm gonna handle this.
  • - Okay.
  • (suspenseful music)
  • (bangs) - Ah!
  • (honking)
  • - Come on, get over here now.
  • (grunting)
  • (thudding)
  • (crying)
  • - [Beth] Jeanette?
  • - Help (muffled screams).
  • - Okay, you got her?
  • Okay you've gotta tie her up properly and take both of them
  • to the storage unit,
  • I have to come up with a new plan this is all...
  • - But Mrs. Alba expect me back at the house by then.
  • - I don't care about Alba!
  • You screwed up and now you gotta deal with the consequences.
  • Okay?
  • Do you wanna go back to jail?
  • - I knew this was wrong, I never should have listened to
  • you, you're crazy.
  • - Don't you ever speak to me like that again
  • or I will call the police
  • and tell them this was all your idea you got it?
  • - You wouldn't.
  • - I would.
  • You wanna sleep next to your sweet Alba tonight
  • you do as I say.
  • Get them to the storage unit, tie them up properly
  • and don't screw up again!
  • I'll call you.
  • (tires squealing)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Hello?
  • - [Stevie] Mi amor?
  • - Stevie?
  • - [Stevie] Aye mi amor.
  • - Where are you?
  • Are you in trouble?
  • - Si mi amor, Mrs. Grayson, she got me in big trouble.
  • She had me kidnap that young girl in the dance contest.
  • - Ay dios mio.
  • Okay Stevie you get home now.
  • We call Mr. Grayson he a lawyer he can help us.
  • He know you do nothing bad like this.
  • He know his wife, she's, she's crazy.
  • - Okay, I call you back mi amor.
  • (dramatic music)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Hey Alba what's up?
  • Every thing okay at the house?
  • - [Alba] No senor.
  • I mean yes Jason and the house we're alright, I'm worrying
  • about Stevie, I think he in trouble.
  • - What?
  • Well is he okay, do you need me to come back?
  • - No senor, I think it's the Mrs.
  • She had him do something bad,
  • something about Sara's little friend Miss Melanie?
  • - Okay look I'm just heading down to the dance off I was
  • gonna surprise Sara, thank you.
  • - Okay you go senor but please keep your phone close.
  • I call you when I can talk to Stevie
  • and you go find the Mrs.
  • - Yeah, if my wife's got him involved in one of her schemes
  • you tell Stevie I'll protect him okay?
  • And if, Alba if the police call don't say anything alright?
  • Just tell them to call me.
  • Thank you.
  • (suspenseful music)
  • (regretful music)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Hola.
  • - Stevie where are you?
  • - I'm fine mi amore.
  • I'll be home soon.
  • I'm almost done with this mess.
  • I need to talk to a priest.
  • - No, no, no, no, don't talk to a priest now,
  • do that later I talk to Mr. Grayson, he gonna help you,
  • you come home right now, he's going to find the Mrs.
  • - Why you tell him anything?
  • - He's gonna help you he promise.
  • He know his wife is crazy,
  • why do you think they're gonna get a divorce?
  • Stevie come home right now,
  • that's the only way he can help you.
  • Stevie venga para aca!
  • - Okay, okay, I'll see you back there in half an hour.
  • Te quiero mucho mi amor.
  • - I love you too, I'm so happy you're okay, bye.
  • (dramatic music)
  • - Mel, Mel!
  • Mel baby!
  • Baby, Mel are you okay?
  • Mel, Mel talk to me, talk to me, are you okay?
  • Did he hurt you?
  • - No.
  • - Are you sure?
  • He didn't hurt you?
  • - Where are we?
  • - Help!
  • (screaming)
  • Help!
  • (screaming)
  • Help!
  • Wait, wait, Mel can you get your arms.
  • - Okay.
  • - Yeah, yeah, yeah, come here.
  • Kay get over here come here, come here,
  • come here, come here.
  • - Ow.
  • - Okay, ok, okay, okay.
  • - Can we just leave how--
  • - No, no, no, no, no you know what he's,
  • he might come back, he might come back okay
  • what's in here?
  • - Um my dance, my shoes, my leotards.
  • (ominous music)
  • - Quick, Mel lay back down, lay back down just the way he
  • left you come on, come on, come on,
  • he's coming back, kay close your eyes,
  • kay just wait, wait for the moment okay?
  • Okay, ok, okay.
  • (sliding)
  • - Now look I'm sorry how everything went down here,
  • sorry for all of us, I'm gonna go straighten this out,
  • I'm gonna send someone back here for you guys,
  • don't worry I promise I'll be back.
  • (yells) (spraying)
  • Ai, no!
  • (crying out)
  • Ai, it's so hot, ai.
  • (thuds)
  • (coughing)
  • - Come on, come on.
  • - Ai no, stop, no, you don't understand,
  • I'm trying to help you.
  • (slapping)
  • Stop it I'm only
  • argh. (thuds)
  • (yelling)
  • (thuds)
  • (screams)
  • (bangs)
  • Let me help you.
  • (screams)
  • (thuds)
  • (yells)
  • (thuds)
  • (bangs)
  • - Nice hit.
  • - Thanks.
  • - Come on.
  • (sliding)
  • okay.
  • - Now where?
  • - Okay this way, this way, this way, come on, come on.
  • Come on, come on.
  • - [Melanie] There's a door!
  • - Okay, Mel, hey Mel, Mel come on, come on
  • here try this.
  • (engine running)
  • Mel what are you doing?
  • - Mom my phone's in the back.
  • Okay.
  • - Hurry.
  • Get in the car.
  • - [Melanie] Mom are we going to the police?
  • - [Beth] Yeah.
  • - [Melanie] But if we go to the police now Jeanette wins
  • I wanna go to the competition I can't let her win.
  • - [Beth] Okay, okay so you wanna do this?
  • - [Melanie] I do.
  • - [Beth] You're sure?
  • - [Melanie] Yes I'm sure.
  • - [Beth] Okay call 911 and put it on speaker.
  • (ringing)
  • - [911 Operator] 911 what's your emergency?
  • - Hi my name is Beth Hoyson my daughter and I were just
  • abducted but we managed to get free we were at this storage
  • place on Pierce road, he's still there we locked him in,
  • he's in locker 93.
  • - [911 Operator] Okay, I'd like you to find a safe spot away
  • from the scene and wait for police to arrive,
  • I'll remain on the line with you.
  • - No, no I'm sorry we cannot do that, my daughter has a
  • dance competition in an hour and we're on our way.
  • - [911 Operator] Ah ma'am but you just said you were
  • kidnapped, it's best you are taken to a hospital
  • for a medical check and also you need to fill out a
  • report, do you know who the kidnapper is?
  • - No, no, no we're fine and yes, he works for Jeanette
  • Grayson, her husband is Dean Grayson from Munster
  • his law firm is Grayson, Wright and Romanoff.
  • - [911 Operator] Okay so where exactly are you heading then?
  • - We're going to the mid western private school dance off.
  • - [911 Operator] I'm going to send officers
  • to meet you there.
  • - [Beth] See ya there.
  • (ominous music)
  • (applauding)
  • (upbeat music)
  • - Alright, we're finally here.
  • Don't pay attention.
  • - Sara.
  • Jeanette where have you been?
  • This competitions just about to start you gotta get ready.
  • Go through those doors and just find the signs
  • and follow them it'll tell you where you're going.
  • - Wish me luck.
  • - Well you don't need luck you're gonna kill it.
  • - I need to talk to you.
  • - Well I don't have time to talk, I have to go find a seat
  • before they're all gone.
  • - Okay, but where's Melanie because I thought Sara
  • and Mel were coming together?
  • - Well why do you think we're late?
  • I had a whole driver thing set up for her
  • and the little twerp didn't even show up.
  • Almost made Sara miss the competition.
  • Last time I do anything nice for anyone.
  • - Wait a minute, wait a minute I think that Mel
  • might be in trouble.
  • - Yeah she probably is in trouble
  • but isn't that really her mother's issue?
  • (clicks) Poor parenting these days.
  • Excuse me.
  • (applauding)
  • - Thank you very much Andrea.
  • Next up Stephanie from the Art and Soul dance academy.
  • (applauding)
  • (upbeat music)
  • (phone ringing)
  • - Mom, Mom it's Jeanette, Mom Jeamette's calling right now.
  • - It's okay, it's okay, we're safe I've got you,
  • I've got you okay?
  • Okay take a breath, we're good.
  • (phone ringing)
  • - [Messaging] At the tone please record your message.
  • (beeps)
  • - Alright I don't know why you're not picking up
  • your phone you moron but if you are messing things up
  • for me again so help me god, call me back.
  • (upbeat music)
  • (ominous music)
  • - Honey if you don't wanna do this...
  • - No mom, no I wanna do this, I do.
  • - You sure?
  • - I wanna do this.
  • - Okay.
  • (dramatic music)
  • - Just call me when you get backstage.
  • Dean!
  • - Gaby have you seen Melanie Hoyson?
  • - I just asked your wife the same thing
  • and she hasn't either.
  • - Oh Jeanette's here?
  • - Yeah.
  • - Well what about Sara is she okay?
  • - She's fine but I'm concerned about Melanie,
  • Beth called and she's really worried.
  • Do you know what's going on?
  • - No, but I know who does.
  • - Just breathe, just breathe it out, okay.
  • (phone ringing)
  • Oh god.
  • Melanie where are you?
  • - Hi Gaby it's Beth, I've got Mel she's sitting right
  • next to me.
  • - Gaby we'll be there really soon I promise.
  • - I know we missed registration but
  • is there any way that we can--
  • - Yeah don't worry about that I've go the badge in my purse
  • just, just get here right now.
  • - [Beth] Okay we'll be at the front entrance
  • in five minutes.
  • - Is Mel okay?
  • - Yeah, never been better.
  • (sighs)
  • (upbeat music)
  • - You wanna tell me what's goin' on?
  • - It's called a dance competition,
  • yeah these little kids prepare routines
  • and then they get up on stage and they dance,
  • there's prizes, you should shut up and watch.
  • - Where's Melanie Hoyson?
  • - How the hell am I supposed to know
  • where Melanie Hoyson--
  • - Where is she?
  • - I don't know.
  • - You don't know, you don't know, well I talked to Alba
  • okay and I know you've got something to do with Melanie
  • not being here and somehow you got
  • poor Stevie involved in this.
  • (laughing)
  • - Honey I don't know what you're, what you're talking about
  • but it sounds fabulous, you know what if you drove all this
  • way, maybe you should just sit down and watch your daughter
  • dance and shut up.
  • - What planet are you on?
  • - What planet am I on?
  • - Okay look, listen to me Jeanette, if I find out that you
  • had anything to do with any of the--
  • (phone vibrating)
  • Yeah?
  • - [Officer] Mr. Grayson Chicago P.D.
  • could you please meet us in the lobby?
  • - Okay yeah, I'll look into that.
  • - Don't talk on your phone here.
  • - It's business, it's business.
  • - Go just go.
  • (upbeat music)
  • (applauding)
  • - Excuse me ma'am.
  • We'd like to ask you a few questions.
  • I'm looking for Beth Hoyson.
  • - Oh, we've been worried sick about you,
  • where have you been?
  • Are you okay?
  • - I'm okay.
  • - Okay, Beth I'll take good care of her but listen I've
  • got to get you ready to go.
  • - Go show 'em what you're made of okay?
  • - I think this officer wants to talk to you.
  • - Ma'am, are you Beth Hoyson?
  • - Yes I am.
  • - Excellent come with me please.
  • I have Beth Hoyson with me.
  • - Copy that the lethal crime unit has just arrived.
  • (ominous music)
  • Good day officers, I'm officer Schwader with precinct two.
  • We've located Beth and Melanie Hoyson, follow me please.
  • - We appreciate your cooperation, the detectives and I would
  • like to get a full report from you before we move forward
  • with the arrest of Mrs. Grayson.
  • We do have a Steven Hernandez in custody.
  • - Okay could we just make this fast,
  • I really want to get back to my daughter.
  • - Sure please tell me exactly what happened earlier today.
  • - Well Jeanette had someone kidnap my daughter,
  • she ran me off the road, she totaled my car,
  • I mean I don't even know where to begin.
  • I mean--
  • - Beth, are you alright?
  • I am so sorry I promise I will make this up to you
  • I can't believe that Jeanette would go to such extremes.
  • Officer I'm Dean Grayson.
  • - Mr. Grayson, I'm detective Nada,
  • this is detective Thompson.
  • - Nice to meet ya.
  • - Mrs. Hoyson just gave us a statement but we will need your
  • garage security tapes to verify Mr. Hernandez's statement.
  • - Okay well I trust Stevie implicitly.
  • - Okay could I please go?
  • I really wanna see my daughter compete.
  • - Okay please be patient Miss Hoyson,
  • look I really think that in order to make a clean case
  • we somehow have to get a confession from Jeanette Grayson.
  • - I have a plan.
  • (distant applauding)
  • - You look great kid.
  • Just do some stretching til your mom gets back.
  • - Okay.
  • - Thank you Simone, wasn't she great
  • Simone she's from the Art and Soul dance company
  • from Klineburg.
  • Alright we are now close to the end of the 14 and over
  • category and our second to last contestant is from
  • the Gaby Taylor academy Miss Sara Greyson.
  • (applauding)
  • (upbeat music)
  • (applauding)
  • That was Sara Grayson or should I say Greatson (laughs)
  • (ominous music)
  • - Sweetheart what's wrong?
  • - I don't know, I did so bad
  • and mom's gonna be mad at me now.
  • - What? No, come here.
  • No, a, everybody says you did amazing, right
  • b, remember what I always said 'bout just doing your best?
  • Did you do your best?
  • Then you're double amazing, right?
  • Now look, are you okay to answer some questions
  • for some people, right now?
  • It's about Stevie, our gardener.
  • Here, I'll explain.
  • - Please everybody stay in your seats right after this
  • solo, we are going to give away the 20,000 dollar
  • scholarship check (applauding) and that's coming up
  • right after we, we watch this great dancer.
  • Please welcome Melanie Hoyson to the stage Melanie.
  • (applauding)
  • - Okay so everybody understands the plan,
  • there's a surveillance camera on the way
  • which we're going to set up, in here.
  • - Oh sweetie.
  • - [Melanie] Mom.
  • - I thought you were about to go on?
  • - I am I just wanted a hug from my favorite person
  • in the entire universe.
  • - Melanie we have to go.
  • - Okay.
  • - Have you go this?
  • - Yep bye.
  • (applauding)
  • - So where's Stevie's phone?
  • - Ah this is a bit awkward, Melanie Hoyson?
  • (phone buzzing)
  • Ah somebody wanna text here maybe?
  • Ah hey it's gettin' kinda hot in here,
  • hotter than the great fire of 1871 huh? (laughs)
  • (clapping)
  • (suspicious music)
  • - Well aren't you the industrious little one?
  • - You wouldn't know it's so cold and windy outside in a day
  • like today, it's hot in here.
  • - It's over Jennet, you're caught.
  • - Oh really?
  • Really, and who's story do you think they're gonna believe?
  • Yours or mine waitress?
  • Good luck with that.
  • - Oh no, no, no.
  • - There you are.
  • - Sorry.
  • - That's okay, take a breath.
  • - Get your hands off of me.
  • - How sick are you?
  • - You wanna know how sick I am?
  • If I hadn't been so stupid and hired that idiot Stevie
  • I would've taken care of you're little brat
  • when I had the chance.
  • - Argh.
  • (clatters)
  • - Alright here she is.
  • Melanie Hoyson everybody.
  • (applauding)
  • - I'll kill you!
  • - Hey, hey.
  • Hey, hey.
  • Hey, hey, hey, hey.
  • - I will scratch your eyes out!
  • - Go see your daughter, go.
  • - You don't talk to me like that,
  • nobody talks to me like that.
  • You know who my husband is, get your hands off of me.
  • I'll have you know.
  • - Yes Mrs. Grayson he once was one of Indiana's top DA's.
  • - Yeah well guess what he is now?
  • The top defense attorney idiot.
  • Get him in here now.
  • (cheering)
  • (pop music)
  • ♪ I gave you life and you gave it back
  • ♪ I wonder why
  • ♪ Why we never ever seem to get it right
  • ♪ Oh baby tell me now
  • ♪ 'Cause I need
  • - I'm here Jennet.
  • Officers, officers listen I've been married to this woman
  • for 15 years and what ever the nature of the allegations you
  • have against her you think they are, they're probably true.
  • - Whoa.
  • - You son of a!
  • You son of a.
  • - Jennet they're gonna be telling you ya have the right to
  • remain silent in a second I suggest you exercise that right.
  • You're just gonna make it worse.
  • - You have the right to remain silent, anything you say can
  • and will be used against you in the court of law.
  • If you need an attorney you have the right to one.
  • (pop music)
  • ♪ 'Cause I gave you life and you gave it back
  • ♪ I wonder why
  • ♪ Why we never ever seem to get it right
  • ♪ Oh baby tell me now
  • ♪ 'Cause I need to know
  • ♪ I wanna know now
  • ♪ Oh when you say no
  • ♪ 'Cause I gave you life and you gave it back
  • ♪ I wanna know why
  • ♪ I wanna know why
  • ♪ I wanna know why
  • (applauding)
  • (cheering)
  • - Alright we have a scholarship winner.
  • Just in from the judges and the winner is, you ready?
  • It's Melanie Hoyson!
  • (cheers) (applauding)
  • (laughs)
  • - Hi baby, this is all just a misunderstanding.
  • I'll see you at dinner.
  • (phone buzzing)
  • - Stevie?
  • - [Stevie] Hey Mr. Grayson.
  • - How are you?
  • You okay?
  • - [Stevie] The police thinks it was all my idea!
  • - No, no, look there's more than enough evidence
  • to show the Jeanette manipulated you.
  • Yeah, no we've got, remember the video cameras that I had
  • you put in the garage?
  • Exactly.
  • - Mrs. G said about my probation that.
  • - Well then she lied about your probation to.
  • - [Stevie] Huh?
  • - You've been cleared for years Stevie.
  • I'm so sorry.
  • No, she's really done it this time.
  • Look we're gonna swing by and pick you up okay?
  • Okay hang tight.
  • - Are you okay?
  • - I'm okay.
  • - Mel I had nothing to do with it, I would never.
  • - I know, it's okay, I know.
  • - Kay buddy.
  • You guys sure you're gonna be okay?
  • - Yeah, all that matters is that the girls are safe.
  • And it doesn't hurt that Mel won that scholarship.
  • It'll make our life a lot easier, I'll actually get to spend
  • more time with her and I don't know, maybe even work on my
  • passion for a little bit.
  • - I'm glad that something good came out of this.
  • Somehow.
  • And we're so sorry.
  • Dumb question, do you need a ride?
  • - You know what, ya that would be great.
  • - Cars out front.
  • (ominous music)
  • (police siren wailing)
  • (dramatic music)
  • Hey guys.
  • There's something I think you need to have.
  • - What's that?
  • - My wife trashed your car so.
  • I think we owe you.
  • - No I, we couldn't this is too extravagant, I.
  • - Well there's a dent on the front already,
  • the pink slips in the glove box,
  • insurance it already covered
  • and this should cover some of your gas expense.
  • - Mum this would be a perfect car
  • for your catering businesses.
  • - But the license plates it's.
  • - Well you are the mom of a grand prize winning dancer,
  • you are a dance mom seems kinda fitting.
  • Look I'm not gonna take no for an answer, please?
  • - Well I mean only because we don't have a car.
  • - Yeah.
  • (honking)
  • - Ah thank you.
  • Okay so how does this thing work?
  • - You push the button, up there.
  • - This button?
  • - No!
  • - Which button?
  • (laughs)
  • Is this the one?
  • - That one!
  • - Okay.
  • ♪ You should know
  • ♪ I love ya
  • ♪ You should know
  • ♪ I love ya
  • ♪ You should know
  • ♪ I love ya
  • ♪ You should know
  • ♪ I love ya
  • ♪ 'Cause you're my number one
  • ♪ The only one and that will not change
  • ♪ Oh yes I've tried to just move along
  • ♪ But I still feel the same
  • ♪ You should know I love ya
  • ♪ You should know I miss ya
  • ♪ 'Cause you're my number one
  • ♪ The only one and that will not change
  • ♪ Oh yes I've tried to just move along
  • ♪ But I still feel the same
  • ♪ Action Jackson number one my manilla
  • ♪ Either one call hot stuff young killer
  • ♪ Like the way you hold me down and keep it reala
  • ♪ Always take the time to tell me how ya feela
  • ♪ Rude boy never let up mister stuna
  • ♪ Said he was a lost boy young kid of colora
  • ♪ Never hear them trip and gone like a runner
  • ♪ Watch me runna hips the fastest low grinder
  • ♪ Head over heels for me
  • ♪ Don't run, hide, deny
  • ♪ Done from me
  • ♪ Back ya against the flecks see the rude boy
  • ♪ Slugger get it extra, x oh
  • ♪ I love ya fool boy
  • ♪ Body good boy
  • ♪ Put that red night special
  • ♪ Ten after two boy
  • ♪ Hope we do boy
  • ♪ I love your mind so special
  • ♪ Oh I love ya you should know I miss ya
  • ♪ Cause you're my number one
  • ♪ The only one and that will not change
  • ♪ Oh yes I've tried to just move along
  • ♪ But I still feel the same
  • ♪ Oh
  • ♪ Oh
  • ♪ Oh, oh
  • ♪ Oh
  • ♪ Oh
  • ♪ Oh
  • ♪ Oh, oh
  • ♪ Oh
  • ♪ And a fom fom part love it like that
  • ♪ Regar run a wine with a ways attach
  • ♪ Ballet dictor heart like that mine relapse
  • ♪ On my credit cards Lol in caps
  • ♪ Boy you do well but don't sound relaxed
  • ♪ Hustlin' so hard got my life in wraps
  • ♪ Baby you a star come and lives I wrecked
  • ♪ Come in cars so hard that they disconnect
  • ♪ You know I party hard at the discotheque
  • ♪ Don't want nobody else ever disrespect you
  • ♪ My boo, playing it cool
  • ♪ Never try to follow do the things them do
  • ♪ Love is hard to swallow Mama Ria's no fool
  • ♪ Scattered yes I shallow let them show I'm cruel
  • ♪ Coming home tomorrow get me in the mood
  • ♪ Never watched a fierce 'cause my boy to rude
  • ♪ Rocking til the mornin'
  • ♪ And I require the stuff until the sunlight
  • ♪ Wanna give you all my love oh
  • ♪ I love the ways you hypnotize and make me dream
  • ♪ When I realize I'm so happy that you stayed yeah
  • ♪ I want a rude boy to hold me baby
  • ♪ Don't want a good boy they run and waste my time
  • ♪ Just a rude boy so he can take me
  • ♪ Wish you would boy
  • ♪ You're always on my mind
  • ♪ You should know I love you
  • ♪ You should know I love ya
  • ♪ 'Cause you're my number one
  • ♪ The only one and that will not change
  • ♪ Oh yes I've tried to just move along
  • ♪ But I still feel the same

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**This film is under license from Vision Films Inc. All rights reserved**

Deadly Dance Mom - A jealous dance mom takes extreme measures to ensure her daughter wins a scholarship to an exclusive dance academy. But the victim's mother will do whatever necessary to protect her own daughter from the rival mom's evil scheme.