Nick and Amanda have to help their daughter before she kills Sonny Shine.
Nick tries to save Amanda, but there are stranger, more dangerous things happening than he ever imagined.
Nick tries to be a good dad. But, y’know, he’s not.
It’s Easter— Happy and Nick may just have a whole new dangerous mess on their hands once again.
Happy and Nick find clues to taking them further towards Hailey, finding terrifying things at the end of their journey.
Smoothie prepares the children for packaging. Nick and Meredith join forces. Happy recovers from his 1st kill.
Happy finds a new friend; or so he thinks. Nick tries pulling the wool over Mr. Blue’s eyes.
Nick goes to see Amanda. Meredith receives a message from Blue. Smoothie meets Hailey and the other children.
Nick and Happy keep up their search. Amanda gets proactive in finding her daughter.
Nick wants to leave the city, get away. But Happy needs to convince him otherwise.
Former cop, current hitman Nick Sax winds up in the hospital, pursued by the mob, and a little girl’s imaginary friend – a blue, flying unicorn named Happy.
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. 2006. Directed by Larry Charles. Screenplay by Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines, Peter Baynham, & Dan Mazer; uncredited writing by Seth Rogen & Patton Oswalt. Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Ken Davitian, Luenell, & Pamela Anderson. Four by Two/Everyman Pictures/Dune Entertainment. Rated 14A. 84Continue reading “Borat: Exposing the Truth in American Culture”