Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man, Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital

Money Laundering

Netflix original drama Ozark premiered its fourth season Friday January 21, 2022.

#Ozark was viewed 173m hours / will release seven more episodes in 2022.


rottentomatoes: 85%

metacritic: 67

imdb: 8.4

emmys: 3 wins

golden globes: 6 nominations

SAG awards: 2 wins



Marty Byrde, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Jason Bateman
Marty Byrde, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Jason Bateman

Marty Byrde

Marty Byrde cleans cash flow for the Navarro drug cartel outside of Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Marty Byrde, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Jason Bateman

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

3 nominations: 2018, 2019, 2020

Best Television Actor – Drama Series

3 nominations: 2018, 2019, 2021

Male Actor in a Drama Series

2 wins: 2019, 2021

“We’re all set for the FBI tomorrow. Does it get above chilly? Mm-hmm. That is true. I’m calling the moving company this afternoon. Yeah. Much. Really? Incredible, and we’ve doubled our table space to handle all the RSVPs.” — Marty Byrde

“How so? Good school. Mmm. What do you mean? You got the name right, I just– I don’t understand what you mean. Yes. We’re on it. Gonna shut that down.” — Marty Byrde

“So, this um, craziness with Darlene, uh, we can just ignore her, she’s– well, uh, what does that mean, exactly? Uh, I think– I think what Wendy means is that the… the FBI, uh, they don’t make any agreements that aren’t advantageous to them. You know, to be fair, we’re not– we’re not globally-recognized cartel leaders on every most wanted list in the world.” — Marty Byrde

“Wendy? What happened? What the hell happened? Why? Why’d you shoot the windows out? Jonah, um, listen– well, the world doesn’t work like that, pal. You guys expecting somebody? Can I help you? Can I help you? It’s not a great time. Uh, I have no idea where she is. Honey, have you heard from her? Sorry we were unable to help. Why don’t you leave me your card and if I hear from her, I’ll let you know. Okay. You got it, Mel.” — Marty Byrde

“I, um, put a… new lock on the gun cabinet and I stored all the shells in the safe. Well, he shot up the house, you know? Maybe ease up just a little, you know, considering. Jonah doesn’t hate anything. He doesn’t, he’s– you know, he just needs a breath. And he’s– he’s smart. He’s– he’s going to see that we just need to push through to the other side, and then we’ll be free of the cartel and we’re gonna have all the political capital we need to change people’s lives, Wendy. I believe you. The only way anyone ever not loses anything. We need large numbers of money and then we need to buy all the people.” — Marty Byrde


Wendy Byrde, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Laura Linney

Wendy Byrde

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

2 nominations: 2019, 2020

Best Television Actress – Drama Series

1 nomination: 2021

Female Actor in a Drama Series

3 nominations: 2018, 2019, 2021

“God, I love his voice. Oh, joy. What’s their temperature? Well, they’ll be there, anyway. Forty-eight more hours. Well, that will go unfound for a long time. How’s the top of the Belle looking? Don’t worry, you don’t have to go if you don’t want to. Marty! Can you fix that?”

“Well, it’s been a little while since we lived there. What kind of move? I’m sorry, that’s impossible. What other word could I use? Concessions? I’m sorry, it’s… it’s just… not doable.”

“Charlotte? Jonah? It’s not that simple. Well, she’s wrong. Helen’s dead. No. She planned to go home to Chicago. I assumed she was there. Should we be worried? Clean this shit up. I shouldn’t have snapped at him. Still. How do you explain this to a teenager whose only job is to hate you in the first place? I’m not fucking losing. So, how do we not lose?”


Ruth Langmore, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Julia Garner

Ruth Langmore

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

2 wins: 2019, 2020

Best Supporting Actress – Television

1 nomination: 2021

Female Actor in a Drama Series

2 nominations: 2019, 2021

“Oh no, I’m just… just waiting on someone. Till you fucking fired me, held back my last check. I should have stole your makeup bag, saved us both an uncomfortable fucking situation. Yes. Hi. No I– I understand. Mm-hmm. Uh… you can see here, I’m approved for a business loan from the First Bank of Osage. It’s a good offer. So? Mm. I’m sure. Right. Hmm. And I’m sure they’re all fine specimens of human… um, but you’re staring down a recession and I’m offering you ten percent above market. Well, how about this. What say I waive any inspections and we get this done. Why? Because I’m– I’m sentimental? ‘Cause, uh, I got ADD and need something new? Does it matter? I want to own a piece of this town. When city people come on vacation, I want to be the face they see. My place, representing. Pleasure doing business with you. Oh, and uh, Lorna darling, you’re fucking fired.”

“Oh Christ. I mean, we need a business to launder money through. From what I can tell, Jacob mostly depended on a wink and a handshake with Henry down at First Osage. We can’t rely on that no more. I can set up numbered accounts, take us offshore. Well, it shields the farm to have it in a separate name, launder-wise, but it does bring up a question about our partnership. We should probably talk percentages. Um, well, what seems fair to me, seeing as it’s your farm, you get 50% and me and Wy will split the other half, 25 each.”

“Fuck. He loved you too. I don’t. I quit. I ask why. Why don’t you think I should work for you parents? So, you know? Thanks. You come visit him. Anytime. See that couch? He really loved that couch. Your parents know these ashes are missing? Huh. Fuck. Fucking piece of shit. Marty asked for me to cover for him while he’s in Mexico. Charlotte, what’s going on? You don’t gotta do that. Well… okay, okay, okay. Fine. I’ll leave.”


Darlene Snell, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Lisa Emery

Darlene Snell

“I think you two are just a step ahead of me. What actually made you want to buy some fleabag motel anyway? Oh no, hun. No, that’s not a problem. We got– we got a system. And you bought this place in your name? No. Ruth is right. It’s best to be direct and clear. Your cut seems fair. Wyatt and I will split the other 75% evenly between us. All this good news! I’m gonna get us some champagne!”

“Mmm. It’s probably just the champagne. Are you happy? Zip your mouth. What’s mine is yours. I wouldn’t want it any other way.”


Wyatt Langmore, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Charlie Tahan

Wyatt Langmore

“The Lazy-fucking-O! I made it seem like the place really meant something to me. Remember the fucking raccoons that used to live under the ice machine? I told him I wanted to show all the tourists how special we could be here. They used to make me use this leaf blower every day, even if it was completely bare. I must have blown the same ten leaves around that place for a fucking year. Oh no, we don’t need to talk about money.”

“You okay? Of course I’m happy. You didn’t have to do that, you know? With the percentages. Okay. Just… thanks for bringing Ruth into this.”


Charlotte Byrde, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Sofia Hublitz

Charlotte Byrde

“Whenever. Jonah and I are packed. Too soon? Okay. Well, um, we found an old stack of hundreds from the Blue Cat wall. We just decided to leave it for someone to find one day. Dad!”

“What are you doing here? Get away from the desk. Get away from the fucking desk. Kenny! I talked to my parents before they left for Mexico, which is why I’m here covering. Kenny, she needs to be gone, now. Escort her out and make sure she doesn’t come back.”

“It’s fine. We’re fine. But, we have some issues.”

Jonah Byrde, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Skylar Gaertner

Jonah Byrde

“We put it in the Bible.”

“Hey. I thought you should have these. It’s– it’s Ben’s ashes. He loved you. I don’t think you should work for my parents anymore. Because my mom was the one who had Ben killed. They’re in Mexico.”

“I shot the windows out. I was upset mom killed Ben. Tell me it isn’t true. That’s not what Helen said. Yeah, let’s give her a call. See what she says. So… so Ben didn’t have to die? No! No, if Helen was going to die anyway, then there’s no reason for Ben to be killed. You should talk to her daughter, Erin. See what she knows.”

Omar Navarro, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Felix Solis

Omar Navarro

“You two are celebrities. The US Army raided the Lagunas compound. You two brought the full force of the American government down on their enemy. So, salud. Mmm. Wendy, Marty, this is Javier. Javi. He’s my sister’s little boy. He went to business school in Chicago. Ah, well, if by business you mean bottle service and loose women, well… yeah. Small annoyances weigh on my nephew. Which is why Marty has been tasked with making her stop, no? Good. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have some things we need to discuss. Huh? Please.”

“My nephew is impatient. His entire generation is. No. That you must do. Your greatest threat will always come from the inside, Marty. Never forget that. I thought business school would make my nephew more prudent, but he’s pushing against me, searching for cracks. And if he senses any weakness, well, he’ll try and make a move. He’ll kill me. And you. Well, anyone who he sees as important to me, which is why he can never know what we’re about to speak of. What God knows, he knows, Wendy. You will use your influence to allow me to walk away. I will walk away from my business. I will be free of the threat of arrest or assassination. And I will be able to move freely to the United States, back and forth, where you have established my children’s business empire. Please don’t use that word, Wendy. I am aware that I will have to make some concessions. Yes. Concessions. Isn’t this exactly what you were doing, Wendy? With your foundation? The brand? What? You can transform yourself into a pillar of society, but you don’t do the same for me? Well. Do this and you are free of your obligation to me. Okay, then why are you still alive? This is what I want. This is why I chose you. Now please, go and enjoy the party. I spent over $10,000 on crab alone.”

Javier Elizondro, Ozark, Netflix, Zero Gravity Management, Aggregate Films, HeadHunter Productions, Man Woman & Child Productions, Media Rights Capital (MRC), Alfonso Herrera

Javier Elizondro

“My uncle tells me you’re from Chicago. Oh, please tell me nothing has changed. Eh, it’s fine. What it is, however, is downtown. I miss it. I’m going back to Chicago soon, on business. Ah. I’ll give you a full report. Heh. So, uh… Darlene Snell. What do you plan to do? I am getting the name right, aren’t I? The poppy farmer… who killed Del and poisoned our product when she was supposed to be our partner. Before she passed, Helen told us that this woman was planning to replant her poppies. Near our casino. I had a good teacher. He said that to lose face was to lose everything. Salud.”

Lazy O Motel

“Can I help you? You’re that maid that used to work here. Well, you ripped off half of my guests. I’m calling the sheriff. Mr. Benton. Of course, yeah.”

Mr. Benton

“You must be Miss Langmore. Stan Benton. Lorna, we’re gonna borrow your office if that’s okay. Just trying to get my head around it. So you’re offering to buy this place outright for $450,000. Uh, well, it’s a really good offer. Oh… oh lord. It’s just all rushing back. I mean, I watched my kids grow up running around this place. Heck, I even watched Lorna’s kids grow up here. Yeah, I know. It’s just um… why? Well, why do you want the Lazy-O? A little bit. Yeah.”

Kenny

“Yes, ma’am.”

Mel Sattem

“Hi, Marty Byrde? Hi, my name is Mel Sattem, I’m a private investigator up from Chicago, I’m… hi. I’ll keep this super short, I’m looking for Helen Pierce, your business partner. Seems she kind of dropped off the face of the Earth. It’s my job to find her so that she can sign some documents. Well, long story short… her husband’s trying to expedite the divorce so he can get remarried. Love, am I right? Oh no, no, no. It’s probably just games. You know, legal maneuvering, nasty divorce. The only problem is I don’t get a signature, I don’t clock out. I don’t clock out… I get squirrelly. But… not your problem. Okay. I’ll do that. Thank you. All right. Appreciate it.”



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