Memorial service for Dio (0:03)
Miguel smokes glass pipe. (0:16)
Emergency medical technician Jose tells Miguel, "Your parents and Nina didn’t leave it to you... some kind of junkie heaven..." (0:22)
Dio tells Miguel, "Didn’t mean to make you trip." (0:23)
Dio tells Miguel, "You on that sugar rock now, ain’t you?" (0:26)
A bystander tells Miguel and a victim, "Don’t worry." (0:29)
Dio tells Miguel, "An address to about a hundred Gs worth of coke."
”I stashed it away before I got locked up.” (0:34)
Woman snorting cocaine (0:36)
Miguel answers a partier: "My... stash." (0:38)
Miguel asks Dio, "Where does a Tejano blood stash a hundred Gs in coke?"
Dio: ”You just look like you’re ready to binge.”
”Your junkie ass could use the exercise.” (0:41)
Miguel tries to smoke a glass pipe. (0:43)
Radio reporter: "A gang related homicide gone cold and a drug bust shootout that led authorities to an arrest... 2 weeks ago a drug sweep led police to the Blanco brothers’ home... seizing a shipment of cocaine..." (0:46)
Miguel finds the lifeless body of Dio. (0:52)
A robber asks Miguel, "You think goin’ straight-edge has gone and done you any favors?" (0:56)
Miguel handles a packet of drug.
Miguel pours white powder onto a mirror and rolls up a bill. (1:00)
Miguel walks through a cemetery. (1:02)
Miguel holds the muzzle of a revolver to his forehead. (1:04)
"The police seized a duffle bag full of cocaine in the same shack where they found Dio’s body."
Miguel: ”The drugs, they were just a way of him making a fresh start for himself.”
”I was ready to end my own misery with a loaded gun.”
Grace: ”I mean, Jesus, you’re clean after all these years. Do you know the recovery rate of a meth head?” (1:06)
Jose tells Miguel, "... maybe it’s time you got away... from this drug infested house and what it reminds you of." (1:12)
Miguel handles a packet of drug, then blows white powder from his hand into the air. (1:17)