March 5, 1:30 a.m.
Elisabeth claims that I snore.
Ridiculous.|I'll show her!
Saturday, January 7. Geir and I just|moved in with a guy called Stig Inge.
And this place is incredibly tidy.
It's like moving in|to some old lady's place.
February 2. Geir and I just found|a perfect new roommate.
- Welcome, John Goodman!|- He looks just like Stig Inge.
- This other bakery is better.|- No one's there!
Here's the subway entrance.
Look out for the baby carriage!
One more time.
Don't do that!
You have to sweep it out, like this.
He called my bluff.
April 3.|My first kebab at the Tøyen Center.
- Just try a different one.|- But I always buy this type.
- There's no difference.|- Of course there is!
April 6. We forgot our key again,|but Geir has a solution.
How's it going, Geir?
Stig Inge,|where is the Raga Rockers CD?
Will they make you work this early|every day?
I think it's about time|I gave you my spare keys.
I'll call you later.|Bye.
- What do I do now?|- Just give them back to her.
Say, "Sorry,|things are happening too fast."
Everything's perfect,|so why does she have to change it?
Is she looking this way?
Nobody's driving the car, Geir.
- Who was that?|- Some chick I...
And I ask for your advice?
- Give me another sheet.|- Maybe I could just lose those keys.
- So are we moving in together now?|- Just tell her you need some space.
That's what you need.
- You like her, right?|- Sure.
But do I need keys to prove that?
It isn't that high.
It seems high from here.
I leave you my stereo, Kristoffer.
How awesome was that?
- What's going on?|- Uh... I just dropped something.
- What kind of place is this?|- A PR agency, I think.
Go inside|and tell her who wears the pants.
Hi, I just...
Excuse me a second.|I'll be right back.
- I'm in the middle of a meeting.|- I need to talk to you.
We called about that clogged toilet|two hours ago.
Nikolai, this is Kristoffer.
- Oh, so that's you.|- Nikolai is my boss.
Come with me.
- Nice place.|- What did you want?
I like you a lot.|You know that.
I just feel we're rushing things|a little bit.
Maybe it's a little early|for spare keys -
- and all that|"moving in together" stuff.
It just seems like a lot of|responsibility, with keys and...
What do you think?
Things are great the way they are,|so why mess with that?
I guess I left the keys in the car.|Want me to get them?
- I'll come by after work.|- Great. We could go see a movie.
They're waiting for me.|I have to go.
I'll check what movies are running.
Look at this cheap bag.
Kristoffer leads 9-8.
- Could you get that, Stig Inge?|- I'm doing the dishes.
Please?|We're in the middle of a game.
Just a minute.
- Did you check the movies?|- No.
We can get a paper on the way.
I think we should break up.
- Break up?|- Our relationship is going nowhere.
- Does it have to go anywhere?|- I don't see a future in this.
No future?|But I love you!
I have to go.|Sorry.
Thursday, August 23.
I just discovered you can't commit|suicide by holding your breath.
Roadside Urban Analysis.|Helene speaking.
This is... Jarle Hansen.|Is Elisabeth there?
Uh... One moment.
Hi.|Where should I put my stuff?
- Henriette?|- Hi!
- I'm Stig Inge. Welcome.|- Could you keep it down?
Here's your room.
I'm on the phone!
Kristoffer? This is Nikolai.|Call here again, and you'll be sorry!
- Clean apartment.|- We like it like that.
You'd think three girls lived here.
- What's going on?|- That's Bønna's little sister.
- Thanks for asking me.|- I thought I did.
She's only staying for a few weeks.|And it's Stig Inge's apartment.
Isn't that nice?
- Is there a problem?|- He's just heartbroken.
And your longest relationship|lasted two hours!
- You're going sailing?|- To New Zealand.
- Have you been there?|- I lived there for six months.
In addition to Angola, Jamaica,|Dubai, Switzerland, and Hamar.
And here at Tøyen.|This center has everything.
- Hardly.|- It does!
- Let me show you around.|- Want to go to a party first?
Uh... I think I forgot to turn off|the oven. You guys go ahead.
Should we call him,|tell him where the party is?
- What is it?|- He never leaves Tøyen Center.
- We haven't known him that long.|- But the rent is incredibly cheap.
It turns out he never leaves.|We think he's a Web designer.
Where are we going?
Dag, this is Kristoffer and Geir.
I'm going on that sailing trip|with Dag. It's his boat.
What an awesome apartment!
I bought it cheap|and fixed it up myself.
You don't exactly get rich working|for an environmental organization.
See you later.
It's a party.|Forget about Elisabeth.
- Lots of people will be there.|- What kind of people?
- Remember that tall journalist?|- The one who can't write for shit?
This is Kristoffer, he's in...|What business are you in?
Ingunn and Steinar|do video montages.
The Contemporary Art Museum|just bought one of Steinar's works.
- So you do poster art?|- I just hang them up around town.
You think your art is more credible|just because you work on the fringe?
- You should respect street artists.|- I don't understand them.
- It's a form of rebellion.|- Compared to your show maybe.
Fancy seeing you here.
Want something to drink?
- Are you stalking her?|- I was invited.
Elisabeth, there's someone|I'd like you to meet.
- Sorry!|- Where have you been?
- The after party.|- You left the shit work for me!
Lousy, miserable, piece-of-shit job!
At least we get to be outside.
This is why Elisabeth dumped me.|I don't do anything.
I should be an artist,|have a career, wear a suit.
- Instead I've got this loser job.|- You're full of shit.
- That was TV2.|- How did they find you?
I dropped a bunch of tapes|when I ran.
Anders Stang.|Come with me.
- Are you kidding?|- Let me be frank:
We had someone else for|the feature on "Karsten Tonight," -
- but it sucked so bad|that we had to find something new.
And we start on Monday.
- Why would anyone watch that?|- It will be a huge hit. I'm sure of it.
It needs work, but it's funny.
Like "Jackass," but with a heart.|Something different.
I don't know.|I don't want to make a fool of myself.
The attention would be nice, though.
Sometimes you have to take a|chance. This is one of those times.
- Karsten, this is Kristoffer.|- Hi, nice to meet you.
If Anders believes in you,|I believe in you.
I'm glad you could do it|on such short notice.
- Have you talked about Stig Inge?|- Can he handle the TV exposure?
- He seems a little anxious.|- Is that a problem?
Here are the questions you wanted.
Or is it just an act?
- He's worried about his reputation.|- Your job depends on my reputation.
- Let me talk to the boys first, but...|- You'll be a huge hit!
- They want us to have our own...?|- Feature.
You don't have to do anything.|I'll film and do all the dirty work.
- What do they want us to do?|- What we normally do.
I've been working on the boat, OK?
What's going on here?
- We're going to be on TV.|- You three?
The mood after a race|is always nice.
Hi, you have reached Elisabeth.|Leave a message after the tone.
Elisabeth, it's Kristoffer.
Turn on TV2.
You may see someone you know.
Thank you for coming.|And now to a new segment:
Kristoffer lives with his two friends|at Tøyen Center.
They are like most other|young guys. Well... almost.
Here is the first installment|of "Kristoffer's Video Diary."
- The Center doesn't offer everything.|- What can't you do here?
I want to go on a picnic|out in nature.
A premiere party.|Wow!
Did you feel that, Stig Inge?|The subway wind.
The train should be here|any second now.
I think I forgot to lock the door.
I'll check.|You guys go ahead.
I'll get us a drink.
Hey, guys!|Talk to you later.
That was hilarious.|Hi, I'm Karsten.
- Where is Stig Inge?|- Eh... I think he's coming later.
Talk to you later.
I thought it was good. He|communicates well with his guests.
And the video diary was awesome.
- Kristoffer! My man!|- Hi... Tore?
Frode. You celebrities|can't remember everyone's name.
This is Espen.|Like you didn't already know that!
- Hello! "The Money Pit"?|- Of course. "The Money Pit." Hi.
- He's the one who...|- Congratulations. Excellent work.
I was this close|to being on "Survivor."
Now I'm going to try my luck|as a stand-up comic.
Sorry about you and Elisabeth.|I'll drop by with some of my flyers.
Here. The line was long.|Who was that?
A friend of Elisabeth's.
How's that broken heart going?
Fancy seeing you here.
I haven't seen you for a while,|but you've probably seen me.
- Quite a bit has happened lately.|- Yes, it has.
- How are things?|- Fine.
I have to go.|I have a meeting.
I could call you some day?
- Could you be any more pathetic?|- She said I could call her.
Can I play?
You're that guy from TV!
- What's your favorite team?|- United.
- Mine's Ham-Kam.|- I've never heard of them.
Martin, it's time to go inside.
We've been on TV twice, and|already 7-year-olds recognize us!
Let's go, dammit!
Bye!|What's your problem?
Should I call her now,|or does that seem desperate?
There's the 3 Day Rule, but if I wait|3 days, she'll know I'm desperate.
Get your camera out.
What are you doing?
Are you filming?
Don't do that!
Come down, Geir!
This is a huge drop!
When I fry them, I usually...|But now you're frying, so you decide.
Hungry?|Today's special is fruits of the sea.
- You hungry, Geir?|- I have to go out.
- Are you all right?|- Fine. I just need to go out.
- Who do you know in Florida?|- Dad. He works over there.
Have you lived there too?
No. We did move a lot, but you can't|follow your dad all your life.
- Don't you want to travel again?|- I have everything I need right here.
Not to Florida,|but just to another part of town?
I think you should make the best|out of where you are.
How long has it been|since you left this place?
Once I started working on the Web,|I no longer had to go anywhere.
Could you chop some onions,|Kristoffer?
Go like this...
Sorry.|I didn't mean to interrupt.
We're just making dinner.
I can see that.
I just came to get my keys.
Are you hungry?
- We're making fish sticks.|- I'm kind of in a hurry.
That guy at work, is that...?
It was wrong of me to come here.|Sorry.
- Elisabeth...|- Bye.
Hurry up, Geir!
Happy birthday, Stig Inge.|Love, dad.
Here's an idea for the show:|Let's drive across town in reverse.
Hi.|Is Geir here?
- It's been a while.|- What are you doing here?
I've moved to the area.|Got a job at a hair salon.
Funny show.|We talk about it at work.
What are you doing here?
He wondered who you were.|He saw us staring at each other.
He saw you on TV.|Martin isn't stupid.
- Yes, his name is Martin.|- Leave.
- Please listen to me.|- No. I want you to leave.
- You haven't changed at all.|- Then why did you come here?
- You have a son?|- No.
- Why didn't you tell me?|- That girl is crazy.
- Who were you talking about?|- No one.
- Then what was that?|- It was nothing.
Promise not to tell anyone.
August 30. I just got an idea.|I need Geir to do me a favor.
Here's a list of what I need.
Just make sure it gets on TV.
His name is Stig Inge?
- One more game!|- I'd like to, but I have to...
- Come on!|- My thumbs are getting sore.
What's going on?
Happy birthday to you...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, STIG INGE!
I read your dad's postcard. Always|make the best out of where you are.
She was only 16.
We met at a party.|Weren't even dating.
Shit, she could have had an abortion.
- What are you going to do?|- Nothing.
I can't handle that dad stuff.|No way.
You'd be great. You could take him|to amusement parks, go skiing...
I'd be the weekend dad from hell.|There's no way.
Promise not to tell anyone?
Not even my mom knows.
Hey, guys!|There you are.
You'll come, right?|It's my first show.
Would be nice to have|some buddies there. Can you come?
- All right.|- It's a deal. Bring your camera.
Are you having a party?
Talk to you later.
He's no match for you, Kristoffer.
- Come on.|- She's going sailing for six months.
It's like table hockey.
To win, you have to let go of the|goalie and attack with both hands.
- No way.|- Come on.
Stig Inge is lucky to have a friend|who'd do something like this.
- He said you were his best friend.|- Won't take much. There aren't many.
After party at the bakery!
I think I'm going to bed.
You can use the bathroom first.
No, you go ahead.
This might not be such a good idea.|You have a...
Shouldn't we clear things up?
I screwed up. It meant nothing.|Is that clear enough?
Are you leaving now?
Not for another week. But we're going|to test the boat for a couple of days.
I like your... show.
It works well, for the genre. I don't|usually watch commercial stations.
I don't have room for all that|in my electric car.
- I can drive her stuff.|- No, I'll take it on my lap.
Could you help us?|That's really nice of you.
Can I come too?
See you at the dock.
What do you think?
I bought it used. Fixed it up myself.|Let's go.
- Have a nice trip.|- Thank you.
I'm sure you'll have|a great time together.
- He was all alone.|- Asshole!
He could have gotten lost.
- Would you like some juice?|- Shut up, Stig Inge!
I'm not really thirsty.
Can't we at least drive him home?
There.|Off you go.
So that was your son.
- Cool kid.|- He was, wasn't he?
My uncle's name is Martin.
Turn that off.
We're going to Romsås.
Where are you going?|You have a ticket...
- Are you going out?|- Yes. To a stand-up show.
Want to come along?
That would be nice,|but I should be heading home.
I don't understand group sex.
It's hard enough|trying to pick up one person.
What do you say?
"What's a group like you|doing in a place like this?"
- A beer, please.|- Make that two. I'm buying.
A beer for my star.|You're a big hit.
But we're running out of good|material. Could use something new.
- I have some tapes here.|- I can take them now.
Tomorrow's show won't be live.
Karsten's watching it at his place|with some friends.
Bring a girlfriend and come on by.
Here is a newcomer.|Frode Giertsen from Lørenskog!
Hey and ho!
My name is Frode Giertsen.|Not much of a name.
I thought I'd change it|to Thomas... Giertsen.
But I can't, because Thomas|is my brother. Just kidding!
You look sweet.|Do you eat a lot of sugar?
I was at the airport the other day...
What did you think? My timing was|maybe a little off at the end, but...
- You guys still struggling?|- No problem.
- Are you here with him?|- No.
- How's it going?|- Great. Work keeps me busy.
Actually, it's not that great.
Nikolai shoved all his paperwork|over on me.
I even had to baby-sit his kids.|It turned out he was married.
Go ahead, let me have it, TV star.
I should head home.
It was just those keys.
That really hurt me.
I jumped ship in Drøbak. Almost|died from an overdose of folk music.
- Things got so stupid when I left.|- It's OK.
It's my fault.|I can't handle situations like that.
I hardly noticed.
I just don't want to end up|like my mom.
Dumped and hurt enough|to end up on Ricki Lake.
I like you, Kristoffer.
I was wondering if you like me.|In the same way.
Are you making breakfast?
Are you all right?|You look tired.
Are you sailing today?
I just came to pick up some stuff.|I'm moving out.
Is it me, or is she a little weird?
I had a great time.
Talk to you later?
- There's a dinner at Karsten's...|- Great!
See? Once you're on TV, they love|you. People love emotional stuff.
- TV2 paid us yesterday.|- A lot?
- Hi, nice of you to come.|- Elisabeth.
Go up and have a seat.|The show is about to start.
- Kristoffer, meet Anne.|- Anne Pedersen.
- We love your segments.|- Anne is head of programming.
This is Elisabeth, my... girlfriend.
We hope you plan|on staying with us at TV2.
I'm not going anywhere.
How would you like to take six months|to develop a new concept?
A travel show.|They're always popular.
You want me to use six months...|to think about something?
- It's starting!|- Let's talk later.
His own show!|Not bad, huh?
- Do you have a job for me too?|- Drop by tomorrow, we'll talk.
Let's go in|before Karsten gets cranky.
Monday, June 3. Geir claims that old|milk is not hazardous to your health.
- This is nasty!|- Holy shit!
Thank you, Tine Dairy!
- What's your favorite team?|- United. What's yours?
- So that was your son? Cool kid.|- Wasn't he?
- Where are you going?|- I have to talk to Geir.
Dinner is served. And Anne|had that new job offer for you.
- This is important, Elisabeth.|- So is this.
Try to act professional.
You promised not to tell anyone!
I'm going to bed.
- It was an accident.|- Now he knows I'm his dad!
You didn't even come home|to explain!
- I was at an important dinner.|- What's happening to you?
- I said I'm sorry.|- Don't ever film me again.
- Don't be a baby.|- You can forget it.
- You have a contract.|- I don't give a shit!
- Try to act professional!|- What did you say?
I told you a secret|because I thought we were buddies.
We have to go to work.
We're leaving in two days. I'll come|and get Henriette's things tomorrow.
We have to go get vaccinated.
If that isn't absurd...
- Congratulations on your new job.|- I get to receive guests and stuff.
- Let me get a beer.|- Bring me one too.
Two beers, please.
Could you turn that up?
Today there seem to be no limits|to what is allowed on TV.
You talk about ethical rules, -
- but on your show|you ridicule Stig Inge, -
- a person who clearly has problems.
I forgot to turn off the TV.|I'll come later.
That isn't real.|He's just acting.
- He's an actor?|- We wouldn't air it otherwise.
That's part of the fun.|What is fact, what is fiction?
- Are you all right?|- Sure. Fine.
That talk show on TV...
It was a misunderstanding.|I understand if you were hurt.
Don't worry about it.
I'm from Hamar.|That's always been my team.
Wherever Ham-Kam plays|They have victorious days
And so we sing our refrain|Ham-Kam, Ham-Kam, Ham-Kam
Are you a true hardcore fan?
Not now.|I was when I was a kid.
They had good teams back then.
- Are you from Hamar?|- Yes. I moved here after the divorce.
We may have been|to the same games.
They may suck now, but...
You root for your favorite team, even|when they make fools of themselves.
You always believe in them.
Even when nobody else does.
They'll be back on top soon enough.
Kristoffer, that TV stuff...
I do put on an act.
- Have you told them something else?|- No.
Don't say anything else,|or people will think I'm...
Elisabeth is here, so I should...|Good night.
It's Dag.|See you at the editorial meeting.
Want to play a game?
Kristoffer attacks.|Geir seems paralyzed.
He scores!|Kristoffer leads 1-0.
There's another goal in the air.|The crowd goes wild.
I liked that piece on your son.|Touching.
Give me a break!
You forgot this.
So you can enjoy a bath on board.
This isn't mine.
It must be Elisabeth's.
I saw that show last night. Why|did they say Stig Inge is an actor?
- It's complicated.|- Did you tell them that?
I thought it was the only way|to get the show. I was wrong.
- I thought you were friends.|- We are.
It just happened.
Nothing turned out as I had planned.
- Have you told them it isn't true?|- I'm heading over there now.
Did I forget something?
What would we do without that?
We're leaving tomorrow.|We have a lot to do.
We'll send you a postcard.
- Where have you been?|- Did you watch the show last night?
Stig Inge's antics may seem funny,|but we have to consider our viewers.
Karsten wants you and Stig Inge|in the studio tonight.
So you can talk about the new|humor and your celebrity status.
- I don't think he's ready for that.|- Stig Inge said he's coming.
I called him up. He was very|understanding. He'll be here.
Time for you to cooperate.
So we're all agreed?
- We can't bring him up here.|- Sure we can. If he's with you.
Don't screw up.|You're about to get your own show.
Take the subway tonight, and shoot|something funny for us to use.
Elisabeth will pick you up|at the station.
Mette, can you deliver|a press release?
I have to go.|Bye.
You sure you want to do this?
Imagine if we didn't.|They'd probably go nuts.
Fine.|Let's do it.
It'll be cool. Just the two of us.|We can discuss Ham-Kam.
This time you can't say you forgot|to turn off the oven, understand?
Are you going to be on TV tonight?
With "that comical figure" Stig Inge?
What are you thinking?|You can't bring him up there.
- He wants to.|- He may snap!
- What are you talking about?|- Even time tables make you sweat!
I can take the subway|any time I want.
We don't want to be late.|It's a live broadcast, after all.
I'm moving out.
Wait, Stig Inge!
Let's skip this.|We'll go home and rent a video.
That's what you want, right?|Just the two of us.
Don't you get it?|You think it's fun being me?
I hate the Tøyen Center!|But I'm so scared.
And I just want you to like me,|and not be embarrassed.
I thought we could be buddies.|The two of us. For real.
- The train's on its way.|- Just get him here.
- He may snap, Elisabeth.|- What's going on?
I'll call you back.
What are you doing here?
Never mind that.|What did you do to Stig Inge?
Let's just find him.
May I see your ticket?
You're the guy from that TV show.|That's some funny stuff.
But you still have to pay.
I'll let you get off here.
What if something happens to him?|I didn't think you were like this.
- Like what?|- You use people!
You're cold enough to sail off with|someone who's in love with you.
- How can you go out with him?|- Don't you get it?
Dag would never hurt me.
We have to hurry.
Martin had to sign autographs|at school.
- Really?|- Yeah.
We should go, Martin.
He can stay for a couple of hours.|If he... wants.
- Do you?|- Yes.
I'll call in a couple of hours.
You scared me. We can still make it.|What's she doing here?
- Where is he?|- You need make-up.
Stig Inge is ready.|Come on!
Don't fuck up.
You use a lot of yourself|in your shows.
Four is ready.|Switch to three.
Ready in one minute.
Karsten, the boys will be ready|in one minute.
Let's hear it for Synnøve Svabø!
I'm glad everything worked out.
Come with me, Kristoffer.
Let's just go home.
Cue lights, and up!
Kristoffer's Diary has been|a regular segment this season.
And for those who thought|Stig Inge would never leave home:
Here are Kristoffer and Stig Inge!
How was your trip on the subway?
It went just fine.
Stig Inge, this is a new trend, where|people no longer know what is real.
Back to Karsten!
- I think he's a little nervous.|- With a million people watching?
It could be my perfume.|I used a whole bottle for the boys.
What was your first TV performance,|Synnøve?
It was at a shopping mall, actually,|although not the Tøyen Center.
I hogged the camera after|a bank robbery when I was seven.
Karsten, talk to Kristoffer.
Kristoffer, most young people|dream of being on TV.
You have actually succeeded.|How does that feel?
How does it feel to be famous?
He's not well.|We should leave.
No, don't leave yet.|We still need you here. Let me see...
Who played on our team|when we were kids?
- What team?|- Ham-Kam.
Terje Kojedal, Ståle Solbakken,|Vegard Solheim...
And then there was the defense.
One of them scored an own goal.|Who else was on that defense?
Hallgeir Finnbråten and Knut Holte!
Move on, Karsten.
Thank you, Kristoffer. We have to|move on to our next guest.
Dagfinn Lyngbø has just...
Wherever Ham-Kam plays|They have victorious days
And so we sing our refrain|Ham-Kam, Ham-Kam, Ham-Kam
Illegal kicks and yellow cards|As a sport, soccer is hard
The ball goes from man to man|at Ham-Kam, Ham-Kam, Ham-Kam
Go to a commercial break.
Give us a commercial break, dammit!
Let's go home.
Just get out.
I'll take care of it.
Get the tape from Strømstad.|And get Dagfinn Lyngbø in here!
Elisabeth,|can you get Dagfinn Lyngbø?
- I'll come by after the show.|- That's not such a good idea.
Bye, my friend.
I'm in love with someone else.
Dagfinn Lyngbø is waiting for you.
Where is she?
She left.|She sails tomorrow.
I feel like walking home.
Are you all right?
- Are we still buddies?|- Of course.
- A lot has changed out here.|- Stig Inge?
- Who's that?|- A girl from computer class.
- Hi. It's been a while.|- Yes, it has.
I saw you on TV the other night.|Didn't know you were an actor.
It would be nice to meet some day.
- You forgot Cato Erstad.|- He played like a cow!
He played over 200 games for them.
That doesn't help if you're no good.
Could you keep it down?
We're both a little queasy.|Pigged out on candy.
Is it OK if he spends the night?
I saw you on TV.|That was some weird stuff.
I think our TV career is over.
I'll join you at work tomorrow.
I'm going to bed.|Will you wake me up?
What's with him?
He's in love.
- What's going on?|- You have a job to do.
HENRIETTE, DON'T LEAVE!
GIVE HIM ANOTHER CHANCE!
What kind of a campaign is that?|The product is missing.
YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL AND SEXY!
YOUR LOVE IS LIKE|A BEAUTIFUL ROSE
Let me out.|I don't want to do this.
Will you please pull over?
H + K = TRUE
- It would end like it always does.|- You'll never know if you leave.
Please stop bothering us, Kristoffer.
Sometimes you have to let go of the|goalie and attack with both hands.
I love you!
Have a nice trip.
Subtitles: Nick Norris
BBC - The Blue Planet (1 of 8) - Ocean World
BBC - The Blue Planet (2 of 8) - The Deep
BBC - The Blue Planet (3 of 8) - Open Ocean
BBC - The Blue Planet (4 of 8) - Frozen Seas
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