1 00:00:00,001 --> 00:00:01,690 Downloaded from xPau.se 2 00:00:01,692 --> 00:00:04,728 (SOFT ORGAN MUSIC) 3 00:00:05,863 --> 00:00:08,132 (RATTLING) 4 00:00:18,675 --> 00:00:22,076 (FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING) 5 00:00:22,078 --> 00:00:23,844 (BANGING) 6 00:00:23,846 --> 00:00:25,646 Hey, guys, go on in. 7 00:00:25,648 --> 00:00:27,551 I'll be right there, thank you for coming. 8 00:00:28,185 --> 00:00:30,751 WOMAN: We would like to thank everyone for coming out 9 00:00:30,753 --> 00:00:34,592 to celebrate the life of Brenda Amelia Arnaud. 10 00:00:35,926 --> 00:00:37,261 Brenda was well-loved. 11 00:00:40,296 --> 00:00:43,065 She spent her life as as accountant and a dance instructor. 12 00:00:43,067 --> 00:00:45,032 MAN: Jim, we love you; we're here for you. 13 00:00:45,034 --> 00:00:45,900 - Oh! Yeah, thanks. - You're gonna get through it. 14 00:00:45,902 --> 00:00:47,736 WOMAN: She lived to the age of 54. 15 00:00:47,738 --> 00:00:49,136 JIM: Thanks a lot. Oh, thank you. 16 00:00:49,138 --> 00:00:52,139 WOMAN: She left us too soon. 17 00:00:52,141 --> 00:00:54,809 She was survived by three children, 18 00:00:54,811 --> 00:00:56,146 Shane, Morgan, and James. 19 00:00:57,247 --> 00:00:58,813 James is with us here today, 20 00:00:58,815 --> 00:01:00,715 and he's like to say a few words. 21 00:01:00,717 --> 00:01:02,787 James, would you please join us, please? 22 00:01:06,122 --> 00:01:08,192 Oh yeah. Yeah, thanks. 23 00:01:08,692 --> 00:01:10,761 Sorry. 24 00:01:14,865 --> 00:01:16,864 Do you have everything you need? You're prepared? 25 00:01:16,866 --> 00:01:18,669 Oh yeah, no, I'm fine. Thank you so much. 26 00:01:20,404 --> 00:01:21,706 Hey, everybody. 27 00:01:22,106 --> 00:01:23,607 Thank you for coming. 28 00:01:25,675 --> 00:01:27,643 Brenda was a free spirit. 29 00:01:27,645 --> 00:01:30,681 She was a wonderful mother. 30 00:01:30,981 --> 00:01:32,616 She had three children. 31 00:01:33,150 --> 00:01:35,016 My brother and my sister couldn't make it today 32 00:01:35,018 --> 00:01:37,088 but I've spoken to them on the phone. 33 00:01:38,856 --> 00:01:40,124 She had 7 grandkids 34 00:01:42,059 --> 00:01:43,661 who loved her very much. 35 00:01:45,094 --> 00:01:47,297 She was a certified public account, 36 00:01:48,365 --> 00:01:50,232 and she ran the dance academy 37 00:01:50,234 --> 00:01:52,103 here in town until about 38 00:01:52,636 --> 00:01:56,339 2009? Next to the old drug store. 39 00:01:59,142 --> 00:02:00,977 My mother 40 00:02:02,046 --> 00:02:03,814 didn't believe in any of this! 41 00:02:05,148 --> 00:02:06,683 Not that that's a bad thing, she 42 00:02:07,418 --> 00:02:09,253 never judged anybody 43 00:02:09,586 --> 00:02:11,321 and, loved everybody, and 44 00:02:12,222 --> 00:02:13,424 cared for everybody, and 45 00:02:13,623 --> 00:02:15,456 never put herself first, it seems like 46 00:02:15,458 --> 00:02:16,390 hearing some- 47 00:02:16,392 --> 00:02:18,325 sorry yeah, thank you so much for comin 48 00:02:18,327 --> 00:02:20,728 Kevin, Matt, we got people here, Judy 49 00:02:20,730 --> 00:02:22,799 Thank you, it means a lot, thank you 50 00:02:25,069 --> 00:02:27,137 My mother was an extremely charitable woman 51 00:02:28,372 --> 00:02:30,440 she donated to my school once when I was a kid 52 00:02:31,241 --> 00:02:34,345 There was this girl in my grade named Caitlin 53 00:02:35,312 --> 00:02:37,181 and she had Down's Syndrome 54 00:02:38,314 --> 00:02:39,349 or she had something 55 00:02:39,516 --> 00:02:41,348 she was 56 00:02:41,350 --> 00:02:42,918 she, no, she was a 57 00:02:42,920 --> 00:02:45,220 she was horrible-she was a bitch, this girl 58 00:02:45,222 --> 00:02:46,988 and I know you're not supposed to say that 59 00:02:46,990 --> 00:02:48,789 about a little girl, bless her heart, but 60 00:02:48,791 --> 00:02:51,192 she used to bite kids a lot 61 00:02:51,194 --> 00:02:52,828 and she'd just come out at you 62 00:02:52,830 --> 00:02:55,332 and, I, the nightmares I used to have 63 00:02:55,831 --> 00:02:58,001 She actually bit a teacher and 64 00:02:58,836 --> 00:03:00,237 Anyway 65 00:03:00,736 --> 00:03:03,337 My mom donated, like, a thousand dollars 66 00:03:03,339 --> 00:03:04,438 to the school, because 67 00:03:04,440 --> 00:03:06,942 She wasn't allowed to play on the play structures 68 00:03:06,944 --> 00:03:08,376 it was too dangerous 69 00:03:08,378 --> 00:03:11,045 but my Mom wanted her to - 70 00:03:11,047 --> 00:03:13,014 so they built her a little playhouse and 71 00:03:13,016 --> 00:03:15,052 my Mom donated like a thousand dollars and 72 00:03:15,218 --> 00:03:17,218 she didn't like the idea of her being left out 73 00:03:17,220 --> 00:03:18,919 and she did it all anonymously! 74 00:03:18,921 --> 00:03:20,990 She didn't tell anybody about it or anything 75 00:03:21,324 --> 00:03:23,057 and I don't have that in me. 76 00:03:23,059 --> 00:03:27,797 Whatever that is, but uh, it was her, and- 77 00:03:36,539 --> 00:03:38,808 I opened the door for somebody this morning and I 78 00:03:39,109 --> 00:03:41,177 got angry that they didn't say thanks 79 00:03:44,113 --> 00:03:46,182 Sorry. 80 00:03:48,184 --> 00:03:51,288 I had some stuff, uh, I had some stuff written down. 81 00:03:51,921 --> 00:03:53,990 You're fine. 82 00:03:57,294 --> 00:03:59,796 When you're a kid and you think about stuff, you 83 00:04:00,063 --> 00:04:02,563 learn about America and the founding- 84 00:04:02,565 --> 00:04:04,835 Thomas Jefferson and all that. 85 00:04:06,236 --> 00:04:08,305 But when you're a kid, you think about it and say 86 00:04:08,637 --> 00:04:12,208 "Yeah, you know, these guys they did all this." 87 00:04:13,944 --> 00:04:16,012 It doesn't mean anything to you. 88 00:04:16,313 --> 00:04:18,313 And then you grow up, and 89 00:04:18,315 --> 00:04:20,314 you realize, these guys were incredible 90 00:04:20,316 --> 00:04:22,316 and they were just people 91 00:04:22,318 --> 00:04:25,386 like us, who lived, and loved- 92 00:04:25,388 --> 00:04:27,457 had a kid! 93 00:04:31,460 --> 00:04:33,460 And then you think about your mom 94 00:04:33,462 --> 00:04:35,532 and your dad 95 00:04:36,065 --> 00:04:37,099 and the stories they used to tell you 96 00:04:37,101 --> 00:04:40,571 when you were growing up, of them, being young. 97 00:04:43,974 --> 00:04:46,043 And before I called her Mom she was Brenda. 98 00:04:47,510 --> 00:04:49,580 Sorry. 99 00:04:49,912 --> 00:04:51,847 I don't know if I can keep going. 100 00:04:51,849 --> 00:04:53,347 Keep going, you've got this. 101 00:04:53,349 --> 00:04:53,914 Yeah? 102 00:04:53,916 --> 00:04:55,549 You can do this, go on. 103 00:04:55,551 --> 00:04:57,352 That's cool. 104 00:04:57,354 --> 00:04:59,423 Yeah, no, I'm fine. 105 00:05:00,489 --> 00:05:02,559 She was just so wonderful and 106 00:05:03,392 --> 00:05:05,462 I gave her hell growing up 107 00:05:07,063 --> 00:05:09,063 we gave each other hell 108 00:05:09,065 --> 00:05:12,268 and... it gets to you when you grow up 109 00:05:12,936 --> 00:05:15,205 and I'm one of the good guys now! 110 00:05:18,308 --> 00:05:20,377 But I was just mean to her 111 00:05:22,412 --> 00:05:24,481 I'd lie to her 112 00:05:25,582 --> 00:05:27,851 I didn't mean to be 113 00:05:28,051 --> 00:05:30,119 John Wayne. 114 00:05:32,054 --> 00:05:33,354 I tell my daughter sometimes, 115 00:05:33,356 --> 00:05:35,426 "Hey, never say anything mean to me." 116 00:05:36,292 --> 00:05:39,193 Not for my sake, obviously, you know, I can take it 117 00:05:39,195 --> 00:05:41,265 I'm a grown man. 118 00:05:43,200 --> 00:05:47,070 But you would just hate for her to have to look back and 119 00:05:49,539 --> 00:05:51,609 I was just stupid. 120 00:05:53,010 --> 00:05:55,079 I was just so stupid. 121 00:06:00,450 --> 00:06:02,519 I have, um- 122 00:06:06,089 --> 00:06:08,158 I am a dyslexic. 123 00:06:08,690 --> 00:06:10,960 I never even think about it really, 124 00:06:12,227 --> 00:06:15,063 when I was in high school I had to listen to all of these books on tape 125 00:06:15,065 --> 00:06:17,064 it looks like the words are all jumbled up when you're reading 126 00:06:17,066 --> 00:06:19,135 I can do it, I'm just not that fast 127 00:06:20,404 --> 00:06:22,473 but when I went to school at LSU 128 00:06:23,272 --> 00:06:25,342 Go Tigers. 129 00:06:26,775 --> 00:06:30,378 We found out they weren't gonna have anything like that for my textbooks 130 00:06:30,380 --> 00:06:32,449 and so my Mom bought a little tape recorder- 131 00:06:34,017 --> 00:06:36,086 and so she 132 00:06:37,020 --> 00:06:41,358 and so she'd read all the things that I had to read so I could do well in school 133 00:06:42,359 --> 00:06:44,428 that's all she wanted. 134 00:06:45,195 --> 00:06:47,264 Screwed that up. 135 00:06:48,063 --> 00:06:51,068 And I'd say "hey thanks Mom, for doing that" 136 00:06:51,500 --> 00:06:54,471 "that means a lot, sending it to me in the mail", but 137 00:06:56,138 --> 00:06:58,207 she must have been up so late 138 00:06:58,875 --> 00:07:01,145 and it gets to you when you grow up 139 00:07:02,578 --> 00:07:04,647 it eats you alive. 140 00:07:08,719 --> 00:07:10,719 I'm so sorry, I'm so 141 00:07:10,721 --> 00:07:14,121 I had it planned, I wasn't-I 142 00:07:14,123 --> 00:07:16,159 Go ahead, you're fine. 143 00:07:17,226 --> 00:07:19,296 Anywho! 144 00:07:20,496 --> 00:07:23,433 My mom was a big fan of Bruce Springsteen 145 00:07:24,534 --> 00:07:26,603 she loved Bruce Springsteen 146 00:07:26,969 --> 00:07:31,338 and "Bruce Springsteen" meant leaving your small town and going to do something with your life 147 00:07:31,340 --> 00:07:33,340 and she said that she wouldn't have left 148 00:07:33,342 --> 00:07:35,576 if she hand't heard him-she loved him so much. 149 00:07:35,578 --> 00:07:37,647 I'm so sorry. 150 00:07:40,082 --> 00:07:42,652 She used to sing Thunder Road to me when I was going to sleep 151 00:07:44,520 --> 00:07:48,088 and I'm not a singer, or a dancer- 152 00:07:48,090 --> 00:07:51,393 or you know, anything my daughter is the creative one, but 153 00:07:51,395 --> 00:07:55,032 people said it'd be a good idea if I brought it in, so 154 00:07:56,565 --> 00:07:59,169 so I brought it in and, uh 155 00:08:01,671 --> 00:08:03,741 Yeah, so I'm gonna sing it. 156 00:08:06,109 --> 00:08:08,178 Okay... 157 00:08:15,419 --> 00:08:17,488 I had it working this morning, I promise. 158 00:08:18,822 --> 00:08:21,091 Come on just fucking work. 159 00:08:22,691 --> 00:08:24,761 Come on, please, just-sorry. 160 00:08:33,270 --> 00:08:34,469 It's not gonna work, uh 161 00:08:34,471 --> 00:08:36,336 yeah! Could you do that? That'd be great 162 00:08:36,338 --> 00:08:38,409 It's, uh, it's just Track 4 thank you so much. 163 00:08:39,375 --> 00:08:43,313 Uh, it's a beautiful song, How do you explain it? 164 00:08:44,179 --> 00:08:48,682 It's a song this guy, telling this girl to leave their small town forever 165 00:08:48,684 --> 00:08:49,783 to change their lives- 166 00:08:49,785 --> 00:08:51,786 Should we just call the manufacturer? 167 00:08:51,788 --> 00:08:54,455 Change their lives forever for the better 168 00:08:54,457 --> 00:08:56,457 and my Mom really loved it- 169 00:08:56,459 --> 00:08:58,460 It's not gonna work? No, he's saying it's not gonna work. 170 00:08:58,462 --> 00:09:00,530 I'm sorry, uh well 171 00:09:01,465 --> 00:09:03,534 Typical! I uh- 172 00:09:03,799 --> 00:09:06,301 I don't even know if it's gonna work without the song to be honest with you 173 00:09:06,303 --> 00:09:08,869 but I did a lot of planning for it and I love my Mom 174 00:09:08,871 --> 00:09:13,077 and so I'm just gonna do it, and I don't know what else to do, so- 175 00:09:26,590 --> 00:09:28,659 It starts out and there's a harmonica 176 00:09:30,360 --> 00:09:32,428 and this girl walks out on her porch 177 00:09:32,761 --> 00:09:34,832 and she's listening to Roy Orbison 178 00:09:35,664 --> 00:09:37,665 and back in the day 179 00:09:37,667 --> 00:09:40,634 Roy Orbison used to sing songs for sad and lonely people 180 00:09:40,636 --> 00:09:42,705 so they wouldn't be sad and lonely anymore. 181 00:09:44,207 --> 00:09:47,244 It's a beautiful song. You can find it. 182 00:09:48,377 --> 00:09:50,577 Actually they whole thing is on YouTube I have it on my phone 183 00:09:50,579 --> 00:09:52,615 I could have just done that now that I think about it. 184 00:09:54,818 --> 00:09:56,817 I'm just gonna do it. 185 00:09:56,819 --> 00:09:58,654 Uh, I'm gonna be sick. 186 00:09:58,855 --> 00:10:01,125 Sorry. 187 00:10:13,702 --> 00:10:15,771 Crystal, go sit back down with Mommy. 188 00:10:16,505 --> 00:10:18,775 Crystal, please go sit back down with Mommy, honey. 189 00:10:19,040 --> 00:10:21,310 Crystal, go sit, uh 190 00:10:21,510 --> 00:10:23,413 I'm sorry, I didn't even get half-I'm sorry 191 00:10:24,313 --> 00:10:26,413 It's ok honey. 192 00:10:26,415 --> 00:10:29,685 It's ok, honey, it's alright Daddy is just dancing. 193 00:10:30,587 --> 00:10:32,586 Daddy's just dancing 194 00:10:32,588 --> 00:10:34,556 Oh, Mona, I didn't mean to make you cry! 195 00:10:34,558 --> 00:10:36,626 I'm sorry! 196 00:10:37,361 --> 00:10:41,198 Your mascara is all over the- You look awful. 197 00:10:41,497 --> 00:10:43,599 Do you want to take some time outside? 198 00:10:43,866 --> 00:10:45,432 Do I have to leave? 199 00:10:45,434 --> 00:10:47,435 No, no, do you want to take your seat? 200 00:10:47,437 --> 00:10:50,638 Oh, yeah, yeah, I can got sit, yeah that's fine, I can sit down 201 00:10:50,640 --> 00:10:51,906 Sorry, I thought you were 202 00:10:51,908 --> 00:10:53,206 Yeah, that's fine-Actually, uh 203 00:10:53,208 --> 00:10:55,442 could I say, could I-let me just say "goodbye" real quick? 204 00:10:55,444 --> 00:10:57,513 Of course, of course! 205 00:11:03,919 --> 00:11:06,189 Fuck, what do you do? Uh... 206 00:11:09,925 --> 00:11:12,195 Goodbye, Mom. 207 00:11:14,965 --> 00:11:16,965 I'm so sorry, I fucked it all up I'm sorry 208 00:11:16,967 --> 00:11:20,401 Honey, you did good, you really did good, honey 209 00:11:20,403 --> 00:11:24,207 You did good. Yes you did. You did. 210 00:11:25,442 --> 00:11:27,510 No, I got her. 211 00:11:29,746 --> 00:11:31,745 It's ok honey. Oh, Jesus fucking Christ you're heavy. 212 00:11:31,747 --> 00:11:33,816 I would hope that everyone please remember 213 00:11:36,385 --> 00:11:38,454 That everyone grieves differently 214 00:11:38,954 --> 00:11:41,224 and everyone - is unique. 215 00:11:42,025 --> 00:11:45,661 There's no right way, and there's no wrong way. 216 00:11:47,496 --> 00:11:48,628 Crystal come sit by me. 217 00:11:48,630 --> 00:11:50,565 I would like to introduce y'all Crystal come sit by me 218 00:11:50,567 --> 00:11:52,566 to William James 219 00:11:52,568 --> 00:11:57,373 he's our organist and he's going to play us a few songs now. William? 220 00:12:45,087 --> 00:12:47,356 Ok... 221 00:12:59,803 --> 00:13:01,871 Yeah, I'm moving! 222 00:13:35,871 --> 00:13:37,940 Hey, Jimmy! Hey! How's it going? 223 00:13:38,174 --> 00:13:40,141 This is from us. 224 00:13:40,143 --> 00:13:43,814 Oh, thank you, thats, that means a lot. 225 00:13:44,747 --> 00:13:47,148 You must have had to say that a couple times today, huh? 226 00:13:47,150 --> 00:13:48,983 What's that? 227 00:13:48,985 --> 00:13:52,589 Oh, yeah. Yeah, I did. 228 00:13:53,590 --> 00:13:56,526 Look man, I'm sorry we couldn't make it I tried calling you, 229 00:13:57,524 --> 00:13:57,892 Jarvis was in the ER until- 230 00:13:57,894 --> 00:14:00,429 No no, it's totally fine, I'm actually kind of glad you didn't. 231 00:14:00,797 --> 00:14:04,601 Oh yeah? Did everything go ok? 232 00:14:04,800 --> 00:14:06,869 Everything went normal. 233 00:14:10,606 --> 00:14:12,675 Great! 234 00:14:12,909 --> 00:14:15,777 So, do you want to get going? 235 00:14:15,779 --> 00:14:17,847 Yeah let's get going! 236 00:14:20,049 --> 00:14:22,119 They don't know! 237 00:14:25,855 --> 00:14:27,924 They don't know! 238 00:14:34,063 --> 00:14:36,133 This fucking guy, huh? 239 00:14:38,168 --> 00:14:40,868 What's goin' on here today, sir? 240 00:14:40,870 --> 00:14:42,970 They don't know! 241 00:14:42,972 --> 00:14:44,571 Sir, would you stop thrashing around please? 242 00:14:44,573 --> 00:14:45,473 They don't know. 243 00:14:45,475 --> 00:14:46,974 Who doesn't know, sir? 244 00:14:46,976 --> 00:14:49,176 They don't know. 245 00:14:49,178 --> 00:14:51,144 Sir, I've gotten a few phone calls from local businesses 246 00:14:51,146 --> 00:14:53,147 that somebody's in their parking lot thrashing around, 247 00:14:53,149 --> 00:14:55,450 saying nasty things about a certain female politician 248 00:14:55,452 --> 00:14:56,283 taking their clothes off. 249 00:14:56,285 --> 00:14:57,118 Do you know anything about that, sir? 250 00:14:57,120 --> 00:14:58,886 HOMELESS MAN: They don't know! 251 00:14:58,888 --> 00:15:00,754 You got a name, hombre? 252 00:15:00,756 --> 00:15:01,922 Any ID? (POLICE RADIO CHATTER) 253 00:15:01,924 --> 00:15:02,856 Copy that. 254 00:15:02,858 --> 00:15:04,758 Idiot! 255 00:15:04,760 --> 00:15:06,127 Well, now, that's not very nice. 256 00:15:06,129 --> 00:15:07,195 - You're gonna hurt my feelings. - Hey, listen, 257 00:15:07,197 --> 00:15:08,196 We're still getting complaints. 258 00:15:08,198 --> 00:15:10,163 Let's, uh, let's just sit him down over there 259 00:15:10,165 --> 00:15:12,099 on the sidewalk and let him cool off a little bit, huh? 260 00:15:12,101 --> 00:15:12,965 - How 'bout I give you - HOMELESS MAN: Huh! Huh! 261 00:15:12,967 --> 00:15:13,933 One last chance to play nice there? 262 00:15:13,935 --> 00:15:16,671 (POLICE RADIO CHATTER) (HOMELESS MAN SPITS) 263 00:15:16,673 --> 00:15:17,971 Don't start spittin', sir. 264 00:15:17,973 --> 00:15:19,206 That's a bad habit. 265 00:15:19,208 --> 00:15:21,609 HOMELESS MAN: Huh, huh, huh! 266 00:15:21,611 --> 00:15:22,609 - Call the boss. - HOMELESS MAN: Right! 267 00:15:22,611 --> 00:15:23,744 Maybe Richie's got the keys 268 00:15:23,746 --> 00:15:24,478 - to the one that's big enough. - HOMELESS MAN: Hey! 269 00:15:24,480 --> 00:15:25,912 - (JUICY THUDDING SPLAT) - Oh! 270 00:15:25,914 --> 00:15:27,715 The fuck is your problem, asshole? 271 00:15:27,717 --> 00:15:28,582 HOMELESS MAN: They don't know! 272 00:15:28,584 --> 00:15:29,417 NATE: Jim, Jim. 273 00:15:29,419 --> 00:15:30,350 HOMELESS MAN: They don't know! 274 00:15:30,352 --> 00:15:32,119 NATE: Jim! (excited jumbled yelling) 275 00:15:32,121 --> 00:15:33,588 - Jim! Jim! Jim! - HOMELESS MAN: They don't know! 276 00:15:33,590 --> 00:15:34,888 (EXCITED JUMBLED YELLING) 277 00:15:34,890 --> 00:15:36,791 HOMELESS MAN: They don't know! 278 00:15:36,793 --> 00:15:38,191 JIM: You assaulted a police officer, asshole, 279 00:15:38,193 --> 00:15:39,527 and we don't take kindly to that shit, generally! 280 00:15:39,529 --> 00:15:40,994 - OFFICER: Hey, hey, hey. - HOMELESS MAN: They don't know. 281 00:15:40,996 --> 00:15:41,796 OFFICER: Hey, hey, hey. 282 00:15:41,798 --> 00:15:43,498 - NATE: Jim! - They don't know! 283 00:15:43,500 --> 00:15:44,532 - Go wait in the car! - What's wrong with you? 284 00:15:44,534 --> 00:15:45,233 Go wait in the car, please! 285 00:15:45,235 --> 00:15:45,932 NATE: What is wrong with you? 286 00:15:45,934 --> 00:15:46,767 Please, Go wait in the car. 287 00:15:46,769 --> 00:15:47,401 I don't know what's wrong with me! 288 00:15:47,403 --> 00:15:48,069 Please go wait in the car. 289 00:15:48,071 --> 00:15:50,504 Hey, Captain, hey, Captain. 290 00:15:50,506 --> 00:15:51,339 No, everything's fine. 291 00:15:51,341 --> 00:15:52,974 - Hey, Captain, hey, Captain... - Jim! 292 00:15:52,976 --> 00:15:54,575 Jim, what're you doing here today? 293 00:15:54,577 --> 00:15:56,143 It's a simple drunk and disorderly, sir. 294 00:15:56,145 --> 00:15:57,677 Nate and I got it covered. 295 00:15:57,679 --> 00:15:58,678 We're bookin' him, end of story. 296 00:15:58,680 --> 00:16:00,681 Do you remember the meeting we had last week 297 00:16:00,683 --> 00:16:01,547 where we discussed and we agreed 298 00:16:01,549 --> 00:16:02,883 that you would not be here this week? 299 00:16:02,885 --> 00:16:04,819 You were to take this week off. 300 00:16:04,821 --> 00:16:06,521 No, sir, I'm a field officer. 301 00:16:06,523 --> 00:16:07,220 So I'm out here in the field. 302 00:16:07,222 --> 00:16:08,022 Been doing it for six years. 303 00:16:08,024 --> 00:16:08,821 I thought you'd know that by now. 304 00:16:08,823 --> 00:16:09,889 You don't remember that meeting 305 00:16:09,891 --> 00:16:12,926 where you called me a name, you spilled coffee? 306 00:16:12,928 --> 00:16:15,763 And you were not gonna be here this week. 307 00:16:15,765 --> 00:16:16,629 'Fraid I don't. 308 00:16:16,631 --> 00:16:17,898 Come on, man, please don't do this. 309 00:16:17,900 --> 00:16:19,867 Let me tell ya what's gonna happen in the next 10 seconds. 310 00:16:19,869 --> 00:16:21,701 You're gonna get in that cruiser over there, 311 00:16:21,703 --> 00:16:23,771 and Officer Louis is gonna take you home. 312 00:16:23,773 --> 00:16:25,639 What part of that did you not understand? 313 00:16:25,641 --> 00:16:27,608 (POLICE RADIO CHATTER) 314 00:16:27,610 --> 00:16:28,611 I got it. 315 00:16:29,978 --> 00:16:31,144 Glad to hear it. 316 00:16:31,146 --> 00:16:32,879 Thank you so much, sir! 317 00:16:32,881 --> 00:16:35,016 I'll take all that into consideration. 318 00:16:35,018 --> 00:16:36,984 And thank you for coming down here today, sir. 319 00:16:36,986 --> 00:16:38,719 That means a lot, you didn't have to do that, 320 00:16:38,721 --> 00:16:40,153 but that's top down leadership. 321 00:16:40,155 --> 00:16:41,288 Everything you were talkin' about 322 00:16:41,290 --> 00:16:43,056 in your PowerPoint presentation, 323 00:16:43,058 --> 00:16:46,627 synergy, teamwork, all that, I heard it. 324 00:16:46,629 --> 00:16:48,863 And thank you so much, Richie, for handling all this. 325 00:16:48,865 --> 00:16:50,297 That mean's a lot. 326 00:16:50,299 --> 00:16:51,165 Don't worry about that bullshit. 327 00:16:51,167 --> 00:16:52,133 I'm gonna see you guys on the sixth. 328 00:16:52,135 --> 00:16:55,769 CAPTAIN: Ninth! You will return for duty 329 00:16:55,771 --> 00:16:57,738 - on Monday the ninth. - The ninth, the ninth. 330 00:16:57,740 --> 00:16:59,842 Monday's the ninth, guys. 331 00:17:09,052 --> 00:17:09,986 OK. 332 00:17:12,755 --> 00:17:14,088 Feel like driving me home? 333 00:17:14,090 --> 00:17:15,723 Yeah. (POLICE RADIO CHATTER) 334 00:17:15,725 --> 00:17:17,625 Is everything OK? 335 00:17:17,627 --> 00:17:19,961 With me? I'm fine. 336 00:17:19,963 --> 00:17:22,128 I never been better in my life. 337 00:17:22,130 --> 00:17:24,031 See me wrestling an aligator, help the alligator. 338 00:17:24,033 --> 00:17:25,733 (NATE CHUCKLES) 339 00:17:25,735 --> 00:17:27,734 Yeah, you like that one? 340 00:17:27,736 --> 00:17:30,003 It's an old one of my dad's, apparently. 341 00:17:30,005 --> 00:17:30,870 He used to say that all the time 342 00:17:30,872 --> 00:17:33,040 whenever anything was goin' just great. 343 00:17:33,042 --> 00:17:34,977 You know, it's my mom, 344 00:17:36,746 --> 00:17:38,646 but I'm fine, 345 00:17:38,648 --> 00:17:40,947 and, uh, I'm glad he did that, pull me off duty 346 00:17:40,949 --> 00:17:42,049 in front of everybody like that. 347 00:17:42,051 --> 00:17:43,283 - That was a smart move. - Yeah? 348 00:17:43,285 --> 00:17:45,319 - Yeah, he's a smart guy. - He is smart. 349 00:17:45,321 --> 00:17:48,222 Yeah, deeply appreciate it, you know? 350 00:17:48,224 --> 00:17:49,956 Why don't you actually come to dinner and meet, please... 351 00:17:49,958 --> 00:17:52,059 No, I'm fine, honestly. 352 00:17:52,061 --> 00:17:54,061 I got family over at my place right now cookin' up, 353 00:17:54,063 --> 00:17:55,663 and I shouldn't keep 'em. 354 00:17:55,665 --> 00:17:57,798 And I got Crystal on Monday, so I'm... 355 00:17:57,800 --> 00:18:01,636 Actually, would you, uh, would you mind, 356 00:18:01,638 --> 00:18:04,237 would you drop me off at an Office Depot real quick? 357 00:18:04,239 --> 00:18:07,174 (POLICE RADIO CHIRPING) 358 00:18:07,176 --> 00:18:10,179 (CAR HORN HONKING) 359 00:18:13,216 --> 00:18:15,382 (DOOR BEEPING) 360 00:18:15,384 --> 00:18:16,751 Hello. 361 00:18:16,753 --> 00:18:18,019 Hi, how y'all doin'? 362 00:18:18,021 --> 00:18:20,053 Doin' fine. Anything I can help you with? 363 00:18:20,055 --> 00:18:23,890 Yeah, I need to buy a scanner I think. 364 00:18:23,892 --> 00:18:25,059 But it's gotta be something that'll hook up 365 00:18:25,061 --> 00:18:26,894 to my laptop from work. 366 00:18:26,896 --> 00:18:29,330 Is that even something you guys would have? 367 00:18:29,332 --> 00:18:32,736 (GENTLE GUITAR MUSIC) 368 00:18:34,836 --> 00:18:35,903 So down the middle, 369 00:18:35,905 --> 00:18:37,972 they're saying it's gonna be 1248 and 70 cents. 370 00:18:37,974 --> 00:18:40,675 Is that something y'all can handle right now? 371 00:18:40,677 --> 00:18:42,909 (GENTLE GUITAR MUSIC) 372 00:18:42,911 --> 00:18:43,910 What do you think about Shane? 373 00:18:43,912 --> 00:18:46,714 Do you think he's in a place to take that on? 374 00:18:46,716 --> 00:18:47,782 There is nothing, really. 375 00:18:47,784 --> 00:18:51,017 What do they say? A third of zero is still zero? 376 00:18:51,019 --> 00:18:54,021 No, Morgan, I'm not gonna sell the dance academy. 377 00:18:54,023 --> 00:18:55,222 That thing's a money maker. 378 00:18:55,224 --> 00:18:57,925 I'm gonna go in there myself and clean it up, you'll see. 379 00:18:57,927 --> 00:18:59,158 And split that income three ways. 380 00:18:59,160 --> 00:19:01,896 I don't care if all of your children want saxophone lessons. 381 00:19:01,898 --> 00:19:04,367 That is never going to happen. 382 00:19:05,701 --> 00:19:07,967 (GRUNTING) 383 00:19:07,969 --> 00:19:10,036 It was fine, it was intense. 384 00:19:10,038 --> 00:19:12,106 I wasn't expecting that. (SCANNER HUMMING) 385 00:19:12,108 --> 00:19:13,808 I'm glad I was there, though. 386 00:19:13,810 --> 00:19:14,474 Not like that. 387 00:19:14,476 --> 00:19:15,975 No, stop! 388 00:19:15,977 --> 00:19:17,311 I didn't mean it like that. 389 00:19:17,313 --> 00:19:20,013 I meant that I'm glad that I was there for her 390 00:19:20,015 --> 00:19:24,420 because I didn't have a whole lot of that growing up. 391 00:19:26,755 --> 00:19:29,958 (GENTLE GUITAR MUSIC) 392 00:19:57,519 --> 00:19:59,453 (SOLEMN ORGAN MUSIC) 393 00:19:59,455 --> 00:20:04,327 (FOOTFALL AND SHUFFLING THROUGH FOLIAGE) 394 00:20:06,094 --> 00:20:08,262 (SOLEMN ORGAN MUSIC) 395 00:20:08,264 --> 00:20:11,801 (JIM BREATHING HEAVILY) 396 00:20:13,436 --> 00:20:15,869 - (CRUSHING AND THUD) - Oh! 397 00:20:15,871 --> 00:20:17,204 - Wait a minute! - Stand up. 398 00:20:17,206 --> 00:20:18,038 Hold on a sec! (COPS MUTTERING) 399 00:20:18,040 --> 00:20:18,705 WOMAN: I know this boy's mother! 400 00:20:18,707 --> 00:20:19,406 COP: Ma'am, ma'am, ma'am. 401 00:20:19,408 --> 00:20:21,375 WOMAN: Now what did you do? 402 00:20:21,377 --> 00:20:22,976 You are as dumb as they say you are! 403 00:20:22,978 --> 00:20:24,779 - I'm gonna call your mother! - Ma'am, ma'am, ma'am! 404 00:20:24,781 --> 00:20:25,946 - Ma'am, stop! - And I'm gonna tell her! 405 00:20:25,948 --> 00:20:28,215 Ma'am! (POLICE RADIO CHATTER) 406 00:20:28,217 --> 00:20:29,215 Stay right here. 407 00:20:29,217 --> 00:20:31,252 I'm gonna come back and ask you some questions. 408 00:20:31,254 --> 00:20:34,088 Uhhh, I do have traffic tickets, sir. 409 00:20:34,090 --> 00:20:35,523 That's fine. 410 00:20:35,525 --> 00:20:37,925 (POLICE RADIO CHATTER) 411 00:20:37,927 --> 00:20:42,332 (SCOFFS) Ain't this some bullshit! 412 00:20:47,169 --> 00:20:49,438 (CHUCKLES) 413 00:20:55,178 --> 00:20:57,311 (HISSES) 414 00:20:57,313 --> 00:20:59,515 (EXHALES) 415 00:21:04,152 --> 00:21:07,420 (CAR DOOR CRANKING OPEN) 416 00:21:07,422 --> 00:21:10,491 (CAR DOOR SLAMS SHUT) 417 00:21:10,493 --> 00:21:13,159 (DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE) 418 00:21:13,161 --> 00:21:16,265 (SHUFFLING FOOTFALL) 419 00:21:21,269 --> 00:21:23,003 BOY: Shit. 420 00:21:23,005 --> 00:21:24,271 Mind rolling down the window? 421 00:21:24,273 --> 00:21:25,339 BOY: Sorry, Officer. 422 00:21:25,341 --> 00:21:26,205 JIM: I'm not talkin' to you, I'm talkin' to her. 423 00:21:26,207 --> 00:21:29,009 Why don't you to roll down the window. 424 00:21:29,011 --> 00:21:31,481 Evening, officer, what's up? 425 00:21:33,248 --> 00:21:36,349 JIM: Everything all right, ma'am? 426 00:21:36,351 --> 00:21:37,352 I'm fine. 427 00:21:41,256 --> 00:21:43,023 Why don't you step out of the car for a second. 428 00:21:43,025 --> 00:21:46,359 Come talk to me. It looks a little steamy in here. 429 00:21:46,361 --> 00:21:47,628 (SIGHING) 430 00:21:47,630 --> 00:21:49,362 JIM: What're you doin'? 431 00:21:49,364 --> 00:21:51,564 Don't smoke that in front of a cop, it's trashy. 432 00:21:51,566 --> 00:21:52,698 You seem like a smart girl. 433 00:21:52,700 --> 00:21:55,369 What're you doin' hangin' out with these two clowns? 434 00:21:55,371 --> 00:21:58,071 Nothin' better to do out here. 435 00:21:58,073 --> 00:21:59,139 JIM: You're telling me there's nothin' better to do 436 00:21:59,141 --> 00:22:01,140 in this town than make out with these two slickers 437 00:22:01,142 --> 00:22:05,212 in a parking lot outside of the Dillard's? 438 00:22:05,214 --> 00:22:06,149 Yeah. 439 00:22:06,948 --> 00:22:11,185 JIM: All right, well, that hasn't been my experience. 440 00:22:11,187 --> 00:22:13,620 How 'bout I give you a ride home. 441 00:22:13,622 --> 00:22:15,990 (CHUCKLES) No, sir, my mom would kill me 442 00:22:15,992 --> 00:22:18,125 if she saw me get dropped off in a cop car. 443 00:22:18,127 --> 00:22:19,225 JIM: All right, well, 444 00:22:19,227 --> 00:22:20,494 I don't have to fuckin' drop you off right outside. 445 00:22:20,496 --> 00:22:22,495 I can drop you off around the corner or something like that. 446 00:22:22,497 --> 00:22:24,098 I'm not leavin' a 16-year-old in a parking lot 447 00:22:24,100 --> 00:22:25,331 with two slickers. 448 00:22:25,333 --> 00:22:30,137 How 'bout you go collect your things, I'll drive you home. 449 00:22:30,139 --> 00:22:32,305 (DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE) 450 00:22:32,307 --> 00:22:35,408 (SIGHS HEAVILY) 451 00:22:35,410 --> 00:22:37,911 BOY: Hey, is everything all right, officer? 452 00:22:37,913 --> 00:22:40,313 JIM: Keep it up, buddy, see what happens. 453 00:22:40,315 --> 00:22:42,282 What school you go to? 454 00:22:42,284 --> 00:22:43,417 Stoneybrook. 455 00:22:43,419 --> 00:22:45,386 JIM: Stoneybrook, huh? 456 00:22:45,388 --> 00:22:48,254 Yeah, since kindergarten. 457 00:22:48,256 --> 00:22:49,324 Go Wildcats. 458 00:22:51,026 --> 00:22:53,260 JIM: What's your family do? 459 00:22:53,262 --> 00:22:55,396 My dad's a contractor. 460 00:22:55,398 --> 00:22:59,002 He's always out doing something or other. 461 00:22:59,701 --> 00:23:03,036 JIM: You try to stay out of trouble? 462 00:23:03,038 --> 00:23:05,138 I mean, I try. (CHUCKLING) 463 00:23:05,140 --> 00:23:08,343 but trouble always ends up finding me, 464 00:23:16,619 --> 00:23:19,954 (TRAIN HORN BLOWING IN DISTANCE) 465 00:23:19,956 --> 00:23:21,655 (FOOTSTEPS CRUNCHING) (CAR DOOR SLAMS) 466 00:23:21,657 --> 00:23:23,326 JIM: Take care. 467 00:23:25,660 --> 00:23:27,360 Hey, you don't have to walk on the sidewalk 468 00:23:27,362 --> 00:23:29,196 if you ever feel unsafe. 469 00:23:29,198 --> 00:23:32,699 You can just walk in the middle of the street, that's fine. 470 00:23:32,701 --> 00:23:37,005 (TRAIN HORN BLOWING IN DISTANCE) 471 00:23:44,280 --> 00:23:46,480 ROZ: No, get in front. 472 00:23:46,482 --> 00:23:50,350 That looks pretty, you gotta frame your face. 473 00:23:50,352 --> 00:23:52,086 Did you get enough to eat? (WINDOW SKIMMING) 474 00:23:52,088 --> 00:23:53,353 CRYSTAL: Yeah. 475 00:23:53,355 --> 00:23:55,254 Hey, sweetie. 476 00:23:55,256 --> 00:23:57,358 Hey, you're early. 477 00:23:57,360 --> 00:23:59,693 All right, well, it's better than being late. 478 00:23:59,695 --> 00:24:02,730 Yeah, that was really something to see the other day. 479 00:24:02,732 --> 00:24:04,033 Yeah, well, 480 00:24:04,667 --> 00:24:05,765 I lost my mom, 481 00:24:05,767 --> 00:24:08,234 and she woulda loved it, so. (CAR DOOR CRANKING OPEN) 482 00:24:08,236 --> 00:24:10,670 It was just, never seen anything like that. 483 00:24:10,672 --> 00:24:11,871 All the people (CAR DOOR SLAMS) 484 00:24:11,873 --> 00:24:13,474 I've been speaking to say that's pretty normal, actually. 485 00:24:13,476 --> 00:24:14,574 When you talk about losing somebody. 486 00:24:14,576 --> 00:24:15,641 ROZ: Really? What people you been speaking to? 487 00:24:15,643 --> 00:24:16,776 You can move that. 488 00:24:16,778 --> 00:24:17,778 People. 489 00:24:17,780 --> 00:24:19,646 Yeah, I heard that part of it. 490 00:24:19,648 --> 00:24:20,717 What people? 491 00:24:21,550 --> 00:24:23,216 I don't know, people. 492 00:24:23,218 --> 00:24:24,484 What do you want? Leave me alone. 493 00:24:24,486 --> 00:24:26,453 - If I'm hearing you right... - Seatbelt on. 494 00:24:26,455 --> 00:24:27,521 I'm glad you finally got some professional help 495 00:24:27,523 --> 00:24:29,455 for yourself because I've told you that before. 496 00:24:29,457 --> 00:24:30,456 OK, that's great, Roz. 497 00:24:30,458 --> 00:24:31,425 OK, well, I'm taking her now. 498 00:24:31,427 --> 00:24:34,261 Hey, Crystal, make sure he feeds you, baby. 499 00:24:34,263 --> 00:24:35,763 Honey, tell your mommy to feed herself. 500 00:24:35,765 --> 00:24:37,400 CRYSTAL: Mommy. 501 00:24:39,067 --> 00:24:42,004 (CAR HORN BLARES) 502 00:24:42,772 --> 00:24:44,504 Goodbye, honey, what's up? 503 00:24:44,506 --> 00:24:46,340 When? When will I see you again? 504 00:24:46,342 --> 00:24:47,440 Thursday, it's nothing. 505 00:24:47,442 --> 00:24:49,176 It's gonna fly right by. 506 00:24:49,178 --> 00:24:50,043 I love you. 507 00:24:50,045 --> 00:24:51,244 I love you, too! 508 00:24:51,246 --> 00:24:53,246 Hey, let's say our prayers today, Tuesday, and Wednesday... 509 00:24:53,248 --> 00:24:54,180 JIM: Yeah, OK, thanks, Roz! 510 00:24:54,182 --> 00:24:55,715 Yeah, goodbye, Jim. 511 00:24:55,717 --> 00:24:56,783 Love you. 512 00:24:56,785 --> 00:24:58,484 Hey, Roz, actually, real quick, while I got you. 513 00:24:58,486 --> 00:24:59,186 They're doing some construction 514 00:24:59,188 --> 00:25:01,088 on the railroad tracks up there. 515 00:25:01,090 --> 00:25:03,057 They got some cars and some flares set up, 516 00:25:03,059 --> 00:25:04,358 but the signs aren't that big. 517 00:25:04,360 --> 00:25:05,591 Keep an eye out, all right? 518 00:25:05,593 --> 00:25:07,761 I'd hate to see you and Chris get hit by a fuckin' train. 519 00:25:07,763 --> 00:25:09,562 Yeah, thanks a lot, Jim. 520 00:25:09,564 --> 00:25:11,130 Just lookin' out. 521 00:25:11,132 --> 00:25:13,667 Yeah, I really appreciate that. 522 00:25:13,669 --> 00:25:16,538 (WINDOW HUMMING) 523 00:25:19,341 --> 00:25:20,440 CRYSTAL: Are we going? 524 00:25:20,442 --> 00:25:21,675 Yeah, we're going. 525 00:25:21,677 --> 00:25:22,542 (ENGINE REVVING) 526 00:25:22,544 --> 00:25:24,679 Hey, honey! How ya doin'? 527 00:25:26,282 --> 00:25:29,349 So when did she shut this place down? 528 00:25:29,351 --> 00:25:33,087 JIM: 2009, honey, that's why we gotta clean it up. 529 00:25:33,089 --> 00:25:34,620 (BAROQUE MUSIC PLAYING) 530 00:25:34,622 --> 00:25:36,557 How many student were there? 531 00:25:36,559 --> 00:25:38,591 At one point, there were over a hundred. 532 00:25:38,593 --> 00:25:40,726 Grandma has awards from all over the state. 533 00:25:40,728 --> 00:25:43,263 Wish I could find those... 534 00:25:43,265 --> 00:25:44,534 She was sick? 535 00:25:45,734 --> 00:25:47,467 Yeah. 536 00:25:47,469 --> 00:25:50,806 (BAROQUE MUSIC PLAYING) 537 00:26:00,282 --> 00:26:01,217 Ta-da! 538 00:26:03,852 --> 00:26:05,551 What do you think? 539 00:26:05,553 --> 00:26:07,487 If you hate it, we can take it back. 540 00:26:07,489 --> 00:26:08,557 It's nice. 541 00:26:09,557 --> 00:26:11,226 I like my old bed. 542 00:26:13,795 --> 00:26:14,863 All right. 543 00:26:15,831 --> 00:26:18,331 I still have it leaning up against the back of the house. 544 00:26:18,333 --> 00:26:21,435 I could bring it back up here if you like. 545 00:26:21,437 --> 00:26:24,404 (SIGHS) No, it's fine. (ZIPPER SCRATCHING OPEN) 546 00:26:24,406 --> 00:26:25,671 Oh, honey, you don't have to do that right now. 547 00:26:25,673 --> 00:26:26,740 I was hoping we could go downstairs, 548 00:26:26,742 --> 00:26:29,642 order a pizza, and watch The Fast and the Furious. 549 00:26:29,644 --> 00:26:31,544 OK, if that's what you wanna do. 550 00:26:31,546 --> 00:26:32,879 (BACKPACK THUDDING ON FLOOR) 551 00:26:32,881 --> 00:26:35,849 Well, what do you wanna do? 552 00:26:35,851 --> 00:26:39,388 (CRYSTAL SIGHS HEAVILY) 553 00:26:43,926 --> 00:26:47,463 Did I get invited to Arial's birthday? 554 00:26:48,464 --> 00:26:49,398 Um... 555 00:26:50,298 --> 00:26:51,831 Which one's Ariel? 556 00:26:51,833 --> 00:26:53,332 When was it? 557 00:26:53,334 --> 00:26:55,836 (SIGHS) From camp. 558 00:26:55,838 --> 00:26:57,404 It was last week. 559 00:26:57,406 --> 00:26:59,438 She asked why I didn't make it. 560 00:26:59,440 --> 00:27:00,375 Uhhh... 561 00:27:02,311 --> 00:27:06,182 Uhhh, yeah, lemme, ah, sorry, honey, hold on. 562 00:27:10,319 --> 00:27:15,388 Which one is she? (SIGHS) 563 00:27:15,390 --> 00:27:17,259 Yeah, honey, you did. 564 00:27:19,328 --> 00:27:21,695 Oh, no, it was Friday; your mom had you. 565 00:27:21,697 --> 00:27:25,198 I know, she asked why you didn't remind her about it. 566 00:27:25,200 --> 00:27:27,801 JIM: (sighs) Oh, well, yeah. 567 00:27:27,803 --> 00:27:29,203 I thought you were so excited about it. 568 00:27:29,205 --> 00:27:31,605 I thought you woulda told her. 569 00:27:31,607 --> 00:27:33,907 CRYSTAL: And I didn't get her a present. 570 00:27:33,909 --> 00:27:35,208 JIM: Oh, that's fine. 571 00:27:35,210 --> 00:27:36,642 We can still get her something, honey. 572 00:27:36,644 --> 00:27:38,411 We don't have to... Don't worry about that. 573 00:27:38,413 --> 00:27:39,646 We'll find her something. 574 00:27:39,648 --> 00:27:43,716 Tell her Daddy messed up and that we'll get her something. 575 00:27:43,718 --> 00:27:46,255 CRYSTAL: No, that's fine. 576 00:27:49,358 --> 00:27:50,557 JIM: Hey, I was thinkin' maybe we could go down 577 00:27:50,559 --> 00:27:52,658 to the ice cream stand in a bit and get some ice cream. 578 00:27:52,660 --> 00:27:54,528 How's that sound? 579 00:27:54,530 --> 00:27:56,696 CRYSTAL: I could eat ice cream. 580 00:27:56,698 --> 00:27:58,301 Could you? Huh. 581 00:27:59,034 --> 00:28:00,367 I didn't know you liked ice cream. 582 00:28:00,369 --> 00:28:01,201 That's super interesting. 583 00:28:01,203 --> 00:28:03,704 I'm gonna have to write that down. 584 00:28:03,706 --> 00:28:06,939 CRYSTAL: You know how to play the hands up game? 585 00:28:06,941 --> 00:28:07,940 What's that? 586 00:28:07,942 --> 00:28:09,376 CRYSTAL: The hand up game. 587 00:28:09,378 --> 00:28:11,514 Caroline taught me. Here. 588 00:28:20,022 --> 00:28:21,388 Oh, yeah, girls used to do this at school. 589 00:28:21,390 --> 00:28:22,255 I know this game. 590 00:28:22,257 --> 00:28:23,659 How do you do it? 591 00:28:25,628 --> 00:28:28,496 Pop right, pop left, pop front. 592 00:28:29,732 --> 00:28:31,898 - OK. - That's it, 593 00:28:31,900 --> 00:28:34,801 and two for two, three for three, four for four. 594 00:28:34,803 --> 00:28:37,603 And after four you slap down, got it? 595 00:28:37,605 --> 00:28:38,940 OK, let's do it. 596 00:28:41,810 --> 00:28:44,610 Honey, I, honey, I can't do it that fast, sorry. 597 00:28:44,612 --> 00:28:45,411 Let's do it again. 598 00:28:45,413 --> 00:28:46,879 No, it's fine, just keep going. 599 00:28:46,881 --> 00:28:48,514 OK. 600 00:28:48,516 --> 00:28:50,384 I'm sorry, honey, do we have to go that fast? 601 00:28:50,386 --> 00:28:51,921 That wasn't fast. 602 00:28:53,054 --> 00:28:54,523 Oh, OK, cool. 603 00:28:56,691 --> 00:28:58,558 Honey, honey, I'm really not gonna be good 604 00:28:58,560 --> 00:29:00,496 at this kind of stuff. 605 00:29:03,431 --> 00:29:04,799 CRYSTAL: Yeah. 606 00:29:15,343 --> 00:29:17,476 How 'bout we go get some of that ice cream? 607 00:29:17,478 --> 00:29:20,482 CRYSTAL: I'm going to stay here. 608 00:29:23,785 --> 00:29:25,584 JIM: This door open enough, honey? 609 00:29:25,586 --> 00:29:26,452 CRYSTAL: Yep. 610 00:29:26,454 --> 00:29:27,020 JIM: You want me to leave the light on 611 00:29:27,022 --> 00:29:29,656 in the hallway for you? 612 00:29:29,658 --> 00:29:31,558 CRYSTAL: It's fine. 613 00:29:31,560 --> 00:29:34,427 All right, I goin' to bed, honey. 614 00:29:34,429 --> 00:29:36,431 Good night, I love you. 615 00:29:38,367 --> 00:29:40,970 (CLOCK TICKING) 616 00:29:52,014 --> 00:29:53,879 (HEAVY FOOTFALL RECEDING) 617 00:29:53,881 --> 00:29:54,814 (CHATTER ON TELEVISION) 618 00:29:54,816 --> 00:29:57,085 (GRUNTING) 619 00:29:59,655 --> 00:30:00,821 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 620 00:30:00,823 --> 00:30:02,555 MAN ON TV: An estimated 1.3 million of the vehicles 621 00:30:02,557 --> 00:30:05,891 model years 2011 to 2017 could be... 622 00:30:05,893 --> 00:30:06,926 (CLICK) 623 00:30:06,928 --> 00:30:07,793 MAN ON TV: Still can't find solid evidence 624 00:30:07,795 --> 00:30:08,794 the injuries were accidents but caused 625 00:30:08,796 --> 00:30:13,736 by carbon monoxide leaks which doesn't sit well... 626 00:30:21,409 --> 00:30:23,746 (LOUD BANG) 627 00:30:24,880 --> 00:30:26,612 JIM: Honey, you're not nervous about going to school, 628 00:30:26,614 --> 00:30:27,546 are ya? 629 00:30:27,548 --> 00:30:28,749 No. (DISHED CLANKING) 630 00:30:28,751 --> 00:30:30,484 Good. Caroline's in your class. 631 00:30:30,486 --> 00:30:32,386 It's gonna be just like goin' to Camp Catalaya, 632 00:30:32,388 --> 00:30:34,754 or like a summer party at your mom's place. 633 00:30:34,756 --> 00:30:35,755 You're gonna do just fine, honey. 634 00:30:35,757 --> 00:30:37,657 I think you're really gonna like fourth grade. 635 00:30:37,659 --> 00:30:41,026 CRYSTAL: Yeah, I keep hearing that. 636 00:30:41,028 --> 00:30:44,497 Hey, Dad, can I talk to you for a second? 637 00:30:44,499 --> 00:30:45,465 What's up? 638 00:30:45,467 --> 00:30:47,868 CRYSTAL: Can I talk to you for a second? 639 00:30:47,870 --> 00:30:48,803 Yeah. 640 00:30:51,506 --> 00:30:53,407 What's goin' on, honey? 641 00:30:53,409 --> 00:30:55,076 Everything all right? 642 00:30:59,480 --> 00:31:01,883 (JIM LAUGHS) 643 00:31:11,493 --> 00:31:15,431 (HANDS SLAPPING RHYTHMICALLY) 644 00:31:31,580 --> 00:31:32,515 OK, OK. 645 00:31:37,486 --> 00:31:38,851 So how 'bout we get your backpack on, 646 00:31:38,853 --> 00:31:42,522 and I'll take you to school, sound good? 647 00:31:42,524 --> 00:31:43,924 Yeah, all right. 648 00:31:43,926 --> 00:31:46,529 (phone rings 649 00:31:47,896 --> 00:31:50,566 (PHONE RINGS) 650 00:31:51,632 --> 00:31:56,969 (PHONE RINGS) 651 00:31:56,971 --> 00:31:58,706 Hey, you got Jim. 652 00:32:03,879 --> 00:32:06,245 All right, big miss fourth grade! 653 00:32:06,247 --> 00:32:09,051 Make way! This is gonna be the... 654 00:32:13,088 --> 00:32:14,920 Honey, are you wearing makeup? 655 00:32:14,922 --> 00:32:16,191 CRYSTAL: No. 656 00:32:17,092 --> 00:32:19,626 JIM: Crystal, look at me. 657 00:32:19,628 --> 00:32:21,230 Crystal, look at me. 658 00:32:22,598 --> 00:32:24,497 Honey, why are you wearing makeup? 659 00:32:24,499 --> 00:32:25,831 CRYSTAL: (scoffs) Stop! I'm gonna be late! 660 00:32:25,833 --> 00:32:26,800 It's fine! 661 00:32:26,802 --> 00:32:27,900 JIM: No, you're in fourth grade, honey. 662 00:32:27,902 --> 00:32:28,801 They're gonna send you home. 663 00:32:28,803 --> 00:32:29,903 Why're you wearin' all that? 664 00:32:29,905 --> 00:32:30,570 CRYSTAL: It's fine! 665 00:32:30,572 --> 00:32:31,737 Plenty of girls wear makeup! 666 00:32:31,739 --> 00:32:36,709 It's not a big deal! (HUFFS) 667 00:32:36,711 --> 00:32:39,980 I just thought that if I'm starting in a new class, 668 00:32:39,982 --> 00:32:42,115 I should at least be one of the pretty girls. 669 00:32:42,117 --> 00:32:43,683 (JIM SIGHS) 670 00:32:43,685 --> 00:32:46,653 JIM: What are you talkin' about, honey? 671 00:32:46,655 --> 00:32:48,120 You're one of the most beautiful girls 672 00:32:48,122 --> 00:32:49,121 in your grade last year. 673 00:32:49,123 --> 00:32:50,657 That picture of you at the lake? 674 00:32:50,659 --> 00:32:53,059 No, I have your jaw and I have your eyebrows! 675 00:32:53,061 --> 00:32:54,895 I look like a boy. 676 00:32:54,897 --> 00:32:59,666 Well, you look like a model, is what you look like, honey. 677 00:32:59,668 --> 00:33:00,667 You don't get to pick that stuff. 678 00:33:00,669 --> 00:33:02,301 You get what you get, and you don't get upset. 679 00:33:02,303 --> 00:33:03,837 You don't see me complaining. 680 00:33:03,839 --> 00:33:08,073 I don't have a big job or anything, and I make do. 681 00:33:08,075 --> 00:33:09,975 You're gonna be fine, and you're fine now. 682 00:33:09,977 --> 00:33:12,111 Who's tellin' you you're not pretty? 683 00:33:12,113 --> 00:33:13,546 I don't know. 684 00:33:13,548 --> 00:33:15,215 (CAR RUMBLING BY) 685 00:33:15,217 --> 00:33:18,219 (CAR HORN BEEPING) 686 00:33:20,855 --> 00:33:25,157 Look, I'm happy to take you somewhere and 687 00:33:25,159 --> 00:33:27,159 look into gettin' you a new dress or something like that, 688 00:33:27,161 --> 00:33:29,228 but I can't drop you off at school like that, honey. 689 00:33:29,230 --> 00:33:32,700 You look like a... Hold on, look at me. 690 00:33:35,137 --> 00:33:38,605 Crystal, look at me. (PHONE CAMERA SHUTTER CLICKS) 691 00:33:38,607 --> 00:33:42,007 (SCOFFS) Good lord. 692 00:33:42,009 --> 00:33:43,176 You're gonna be fine today, honey. 693 00:33:43,178 --> 00:33:43,877 I'm gonna take you to the park, 694 00:33:43,879 --> 00:33:44,511 and we're gonna wash that off. 695 00:33:44,513 --> 00:33:45,744 You have a beautiful face. 696 00:33:45,746 --> 00:33:49,081 Don't go ruin it with some shit your mom got you at Target. 697 00:33:49,083 --> 00:33:51,216 I hope I get Mom's boobs. 698 00:33:51,218 --> 00:33:52,651 What did you say? 699 00:33:52,653 --> 00:33:55,355 I said, I hope I get Mom's boobs! 700 00:33:55,357 --> 00:34:00,260 Oh, my god. (SIGHS) 701 00:34:00,262 --> 00:34:02,998 I hope everyday that you don't. 702 00:34:05,033 --> 00:34:07,233 (CAR ENGINE REVVING) 703 00:34:07,235 --> 00:34:08,901 Hey, honey, don't jump out of a moving car! 704 00:34:08,903 --> 00:34:09,903 Hey! I love you! (CAR DOOR SLAMS) 705 00:34:09,905 --> 00:34:12,037 Pay attention! Pay attention! Pay attention! 706 00:34:12,039 --> 00:34:13,872 Call me if you need anything! 707 00:34:13,874 --> 00:34:15,041 (CHILDREN LAUGHING AND CHATTERING IN DISTANCE) 708 00:34:15,043 --> 00:34:16,041 TONY: Hey. 709 00:34:16,043 --> 00:34:17,843 (TIRES SLIDING ON STREET) 710 00:34:17,845 --> 00:34:22,215 (CHILDREN CHATTERING IN DISTANCE) 711 00:34:22,217 --> 00:34:25,086 (CAR HORN BEEPS) 712 00:34:27,756 --> 00:34:30,359 (OMINOUS MUSIC) 713 00:34:44,206 --> 00:34:47,039 (BIRD CRYING IN DISTANCE) 714 00:34:47,041 --> 00:34:48,707 MAN IN SUIT WITH BIKE: Hi there, are you Jimmy Arnaud? 715 00:34:48,709 --> 00:34:49,575 JIM: I am. 716 00:34:49,577 --> 00:34:50,910 Hi, I represent a local law firm. 717 00:34:50,912 --> 00:34:52,879 I'm here to serve you those papers. 718 00:34:52,881 --> 00:34:53,879 You're from a law firm? 719 00:34:53,881 --> 00:34:55,180 Am I gettin' sued? What am I getting sued for? 720 00:34:55,182 --> 00:34:58,786 MAN IN SUIT WITH BIKE: Not my concern. 721 00:34:59,720 --> 00:35:01,689 Well, you're no help! 722 00:35:03,291 --> 00:35:04,157 (CELL PHONE BEEP) 723 00:35:04,159 --> 00:35:05,358 ROZ: Hello? 724 00:35:05,360 --> 00:35:07,160 Hey Roz, I just had a guy in a nice suit on a bicycle 725 00:35:07,162 --> 00:35:08,662 drop off some paperwork for me. 726 00:35:08,664 --> 00:35:09,963 What is this I'm lookin' at here? 727 00:35:09,965 --> 00:35:12,865 It's divorce paperwork, Sherlock. 728 00:35:12,867 --> 00:35:14,100 I think you knew this was coming. 729 00:35:14,102 --> 00:35:15,033 Yeah, no, I knew this was coming. 730 00:35:15,035 --> 00:35:16,403 Who'd you talk to about doin' all this? 731 00:35:16,405 --> 00:35:17,336 What do you care? 732 00:35:17,338 --> 00:35:19,372 I filed, you don't have to do anything. 733 00:35:19,374 --> 00:35:20,238 Fuck you, I don't have to do anything. 734 00:35:20,240 --> 00:35:21,807 This says you're asking for sole custody. 735 00:35:21,809 --> 00:35:22,675 You read it? 736 00:35:22,677 --> 00:35:23,644 He read it. 737 00:35:23,646 --> 00:35:25,345 Well, Jim, she hates being at your place, 738 00:35:25,347 --> 00:35:27,446 and I'm not paying for her to come to Tuscaloosa every week. 739 00:35:27,448 --> 00:35:29,149 It's not like you won't be able to see her. 740 00:35:29,151 --> 00:35:30,450 She's just gonna be living with me. 741 00:35:30,452 --> 00:35:32,051 No, dummy, that's exactly what this means. 742 00:35:32,053 --> 00:35:34,053 Since when are you two assholes moving to Tuscaloosa? 743 00:35:34,055 --> 00:35:34,754 What? 744 00:35:34,756 --> 00:35:36,122 CHRIS: Ongoing investigation. 745 00:35:36,124 --> 00:35:38,258 I've been advised not to speak to you. 746 00:35:38,260 --> 00:35:41,227 Look, Roz, whatever's actually happening, 747 00:35:41,229 --> 00:35:42,729 I hope that you and I can still remain civ... 748 00:35:42,731 --> 00:35:44,229 (PHONE LINE BEEPS) Yep! 749 00:35:44,231 --> 00:35:48,468 (OFFICE CHATTER IN BACKGROUND) 750 00:35:48,470 --> 00:35:51,336 (PHONE LINE RINGING) 751 00:35:51,338 --> 00:35:54,908 RECORDING OF ROZ: It's Rosalind. Leave a message. 752 00:35:54,910 --> 00:35:55,774 (BEEP) 753 00:35:55,776 --> 00:35:56,843 Hey Roz, it's Jim. 754 00:35:56,845 --> 00:35:58,845 I just lost you, or maybe your phone died again. 755 00:35:58,847 --> 00:36:00,180 I'd like to continue our conversation 756 00:36:00,182 --> 00:36:01,481 that we were just having about Crystal. 757 00:36:01,483 --> 00:36:03,216 I'm happy to talk about anything and everything 758 00:36:03,218 --> 00:36:04,283 regarding her. 759 00:36:04,285 --> 00:36:06,251 And I wanted to say that I'm sorry about everything 760 00:36:06,253 --> 00:36:08,821 that I said about you getting hit by a train. 761 00:36:08,823 --> 00:36:12,158 That was an off-color joke, obviously. 762 00:36:12,160 --> 00:36:15,394 I would hate to see anything bad happen to you, 763 00:36:15,396 --> 00:36:17,131 for Crystal's sake. 764 00:36:18,767 --> 00:36:21,434 Uh so, yeah, so OK, I'll leave you to it. 765 00:36:21,436 --> 00:36:22,371 Take care. 766 00:36:23,972 --> 00:36:27,173 (COMPUTER KEYBOARD CLICKING) 767 00:36:27,175 --> 00:36:29,008 I'm so sorry you had to hear that, Claire. 768 00:36:29,010 --> 00:36:31,244 Oh, that's fine, I wasn't listening. 769 00:36:31,246 --> 00:36:34,046 You can talk out here anytime, sweetie, it's all right. 770 00:36:34,048 --> 00:36:35,414 (OFFICE PHONE RINGING) 771 00:36:35,416 --> 00:36:38,484 But I wouldn't let anybody walk all over me. 772 00:36:38,486 --> 00:36:41,887 I am so sorry to hear about all that. 773 00:36:41,889 --> 00:36:44,457 (OFFICE PHONE RINGING) 774 00:36:44,459 --> 00:36:46,425 So what d'you wanna do? 775 00:36:46,427 --> 00:36:50,095 I wanna drag her behind my truck with an extension cord. 776 00:36:50,097 --> 00:36:51,865 I don't mean that, don't listen to me. 777 00:36:51,867 --> 00:36:53,233 I'm just talkin'. 778 00:36:53,235 --> 00:36:55,869 Yeah, we went through this, me and Sandra. 779 00:36:55,871 --> 00:36:57,970 At least I got to keep the house and my pension. 780 00:36:57,972 --> 00:37:01,039 Oh, fuck, I didn't even think about that. 781 00:37:01,041 --> 00:37:03,209 I got a lady, name is Donna. 782 00:37:03,211 --> 00:37:07,247 She's not cheap, but she's the best in the state. 783 00:37:07,249 --> 00:37:08,183 Money. 784 00:37:17,159 --> 00:37:20,859 So I don't think I'm handlin' this whole thing that great. 785 00:37:20,861 --> 00:37:22,528 - Yeah? - JIM: Yeah. 786 00:37:22,530 --> 00:37:24,363 (SCOFFS) Well, I'm glad you're done 787 00:37:24,365 --> 00:37:28,200 with that everything's fine bullshit. 788 00:37:28,202 --> 00:37:30,470 Hey, man, it's a good step. 789 00:37:30,472 --> 00:37:31,937 Why don't you come over tonight. 790 00:37:31,939 --> 00:37:33,138 We're having a barbecue at my place. 791 00:37:33,140 --> 00:37:34,409 No! I'm busy. 792 00:37:39,481 --> 00:37:40,549 So I, hey... 793 00:37:42,117 --> 00:37:44,316 So I danced to that event the other day. 794 00:37:44,318 --> 00:37:47,387 That event, you know what I'm talkin' about? 795 00:37:47,389 --> 00:37:48,990 She was a dancer. 796 00:37:51,492 --> 00:37:55,861 I wanted to say goodbye, I don't really know how. 797 00:37:55,863 --> 00:37:57,463 I think people thought I was making the whole thing 798 00:37:57,465 --> 00:38:00,135 about me instead of about her. 799 00:38:02,102 --> 00:38:04,137 Shane and Morgan didn't show up. 800 00:38:04,139 --> 00:38:06,905 Somebody's filming it on their fuckin' phone. 801 00:38:06,907 --> 00:38:07,840 (LOCKER DOOR SLAMS) 802 00:38:07,842 --> 00:38:11,113 I heard about that; I took care of it. 803 00:38:13,514 --> 00:38:17,916 So you... That guy doesn't have that footage anymore? 804 00:38:17,918 --> 00:38:18,853 Nope. 805 00:38:19,486 --> 00:38:21,889 Unless he's a scuba diver. 806 00:38:32,233 --> 00:38:33,932 Hey, Crystal, stop, hold on. 807 00:38:33,934 --> 00:38:36,035 I gotta talk to you about something important. 808 00:38:36,037 --> 00:38:37,303 What? 809 00:38:37,305 --> 00:38:38,240 Um... 810 00:38:42,910 --> 00:38:45,611 Who's that boy I saw you talkin' with at school today? 811 00:38:45,613 --> 00:38:48,548 What? Oh, that was Tony. 812 00:38:48,550 --> 00:38:51,184 Yeah, is Tony a slicker? 813 00:38:51,186 --> 00:38:52,517 What? 814 00:38:52,519 --> 00:38:54,653 JIM: Does Tony think he's real slick? 815 00:38:54,655 --> 00:38:56,222 I don't know. 816 00:38:56,224 --> 00:38:57,624 Look, I got nothing against the guy. 817 00:38:57,626 --> 00:38:58,957 I just think maybe we don't hang out 818 00:38:58,959 --> 00:39:00,994 with Tony too much anymore, OK? 819 00:39:00,996 --> 00:39:02,896 Why? It's just Tony. 820 00:39:02,898 --> 00:39:03,762 Look, please just listen to me. 821 00:39:03,764 --> 00:39:04,698 I know what I'm talkin' about, honey. 822 00:39:04,700 --> 00:39:06,932 You give a mouse a cookie... Hey, I love you! 823 00:39:06,934 --> 00:39:08,936 I'll see you on Monday! 824 00:39:12,139 --> 00:39:14,573 (CAR DOOR SLAMS NEARBY) 825 00:39:14,575 --> 00:39:16,276 (APPROACHING FOOTFALL) 826 00:39:16,278 --> 00:39:17,443 (CAR DOOR SLAMS) 827 00:39:17,445 --> 00:39:19,979 Jimmy, Roz tell you about us maybe keeping Crystal? 828 00:39:19,981 --> 00:39:22,651 (WINDOW HUMMING) 829 00:39:27,322 --> 00:39:28,320 Lord, thank you for this food 830 00:39:28,322 --> 00:39:30,923 and for watching over our boys in their work. 831 00:39:30,925 --> 00:39:34,059 Please continue to watch over our family and our friends 832 00:39:34,061 --> 00:39:35,294 in their time of need. 833 00:39:35,296 --> 00:39:37,930 We ask all this in Jesus' name, amen. 834 00:39:37,932 --> 00:39:39,599 OTHERS: Amen. 835 00:39:39,601 --> 00:39:41,934 Amen, Celia, that was really beautiful. 836 00:39:41,936 --> 00:39:43,169 Thank you for saying that. 837 00:39:43,171 --> 00:39:45,204 Oh, thank you for joining our family. 838 00:39:45,206 --> 00:39:47,472 You always have a spot at this table. 839 00:39:47,474 --> 00:39:49,575 Tell another story about Dad. 840 00:39:49,577 --> 00:39:52,611 Hey, Jay, man, let him eat. 841 00:39:52,613 --> 00:39:54,046 Probably know all the good ones, 842 00:39:54,048 --> 00:39:55,015 ones that got him decorated. 843 00:39:55,017 --> 00:39:56,582 You lookin' for more funny ones there, Ryan? 844 00:39:56,584 --> 00:39:58,283 - Yeah. - Yeah? 845 00:39:58,285 --> 00:39:59,452 You know the one about the breaking and entering 846 00:39:59,454 --> 00:40:01,055 about a year ago? 847 00:40:01,990 --> 00:40:02,925 No. 848 00:40:04,726 --> 00:40:06,626 Dad and I got a call, and it was a breaking and entering 849 00:40:06,628 --> 00:40:08,227 at this house by the interstate. 850 00:40:08,229 --> 00:40:10,629 It was actually one of the first calls we got, right? 851 00:40:10,631 --> 00:40:13,101 Yeah, drive there, pull up. 852 00:40:14,068 --> 00:40:17,070 All the neighbors are out on the front lawn. 853 00:40:17,072 --> 00:40:18,704 Dad stays outside, I go inside. 854 00:40:18,706 --> 00:40:20,606 It's every sign of a robbery. 855 00:40:20,608 --> 00:40:22,742 Front door's open, furniture's flipped, 856 00:40:22,744 --> 00:40:24,577 all these cabinets are open. 857 00:40:24,579 --> 00:40:26,479 There's nobody there, I clear the house. 858 00:40:26,481 --> 00:40:27,412 I come back outside. 859 00:40:27,414 --> 00:40:30,115 Your dad's still talkin' to the neighbor. 860 00:40:30,117 --> 00:40:31,316 I guess they went to high school together. 861 00:40:31,318 --> 00:40:33,119 You went to Jesuit, is that right? 862 00:40:33,121 --> 00:40:34,523 Yeah, small town. 863 00:40:35,756 --> 00:40:39,124 Anyway, I come up, your dad's saying, 864 00:40:39,126 --> 00:40:41,361 "Hey, brother, you got a card on you?" 865 00:40:41,363 --> 00:40:44,530 He goes, "Yeah," and he reaches into his pocket. 866 00:40:44,532 --> 00:40:46,099 When he pulls his hand out, 867 00:40:46,101 --> 00:40:49,102 his watch catches on all these gold necklaces, 868 00:40:49,104 --> 00:40:50,769 and they fall out on the sidewalk, 869 00:40:50,771 --> 00:40:52,604 and we both pull guns on him, didn't we? 870 00:40:52,606 --> 00:40:55,140 We did! (LAUGHTER) 871 00:40:55,142 --> 00:40:57,211 Now that shit's funny! 872 00:40:58,713 --> 00:41:00,613 I don't get it. 873 00:41:00,615 --> 00:41:02,682 Dad went to help somebody and it turns out 874 00:41:02,684 --> 00:41:05,751 that they were the ones who had stolen from the house. 875 00:41:05,753 --> 00:41:06,688 Ooooooh! 876 00:41:10,224 --> 00:41:13,026 How come you couldn't tell? 877 00:41:13,028 --> 00:41:18,100 'Cause sometimes your father only sees the good in people. 878 00:41:20,200 --> 00:41:24,206 (FLATWARE SCRAPPING ON PLATES) 879 00:41:24,872 --> 00:41:26,372 So, Celia, I saw those pictures 880 00:41:26,374 --> 00:41:27,640 of y'all at the farmers' market. 881 00:41:27,642 --> 00:41:28,573 Those were really beautiful. 882 00:41:28,575 --> 00:41:31,209 Thank you, Nate took those on his phone, 883 00:41:31,211 --> 00:41:32,345 but they turned out great, right? 884 00:41:32,347 --> 00:41:33,479 They did! 885 00:41:33,481 --> 00:41:34,345 How did you guys even hear 886 00:41:34,347 --> 00:41:37,582 that there was a farmers' market uptown? 887 00:41:37,584 --> 00:41:39,751 Oh, um, I don't even know. 888 00:41:39,753 --> 00:41:43,722 It was on a sign or someone... I forget. 889 00:41:43,724 --> 00:41:45,323 Do you remember? 890 00:41:45,325 --> 00:41:46,392 Nope. 891 00:41:46,394 --> 00:41:49,796 Yeah, is there like a website or like a chatroom 892 00:41:49,798 --> 00:41:52,698 that'll fill me in on stuff that's happening around town? 893 00:41:52,700 --> 00:41:53,932 I always see this stuff late, 894 00:41:53,934 --> 00:41:57,570 and it looks like stuff that we really would've loved to do. 895 00:41:57,572 --> 00:42:00,539 I don't know; it's a good idea. 896 00:42:00,541 --> 00:42:02,508 I can certainly send you some stuff... 897 00:42:02,510 --> 00:42:03,843 I would love that, honestly, really. 898 00:42:03,845 --> 00:42:05,044 - And anything really. - OK. 899 00:42:05,046 --> 00:42:08,648 I'm just lookin' for fun kinda family-style activities, 900 00:42:08,650 --> 00:42:11,249 a frameable moment, you know what I mean? 901 00:42:11,251 --> 00:42:12,551 I do. 902 00:42:12,553 --> 00:42:15,120 Um, we can all go together next time. 903 00:42:15,122 --> 00:42:16,388 You can borrow our photographer. 904 00:42:16,390 --> 00:42:17,622 (CHUCKLING) 905 00:42:17,624 --> 00:42:19,691 I'd like that, and hell, I'll trade ya. 906 00:42:19,693 --> 00:42:21,727 You can have the recipe for my potato salad, 907 00:42:21,729 --> 00:42:24,162 if that's even something you guys would like. 908 00:42:24,164 --> 00:42:27,235 (DAUGHTER CHORTLES) 909 00:42:28,470 --> 00:42:29,669 (INTENSE MUSIC) 910 00:42:29,671 --> 00:42:31,236 (SCREAMING) (GLASS SHATTERING) 911 00:42:31,238 --> 00:42:33,138 I need you to step away from that door 912 00:42:33,140 --> 00:42:33,972 and throw that fucking weapon down! 913 00:42:33,974 --> 00:42:35,274 NATE: Put the weapon down, sir! 914 00:42:35,276 --> 00:42:36,642 JIM: Put the weapon down! 915 00:42:36,644 --> 00:42:39,378 Dude, do not go back! (NATE YELLING) 916 00:42:39,380 --> 00:42:41,481 Do not go back! Shit! 917 00:42:41,483 --> 00:42:43,149 Come back with hands up, come back out of the curtains, sir! 918 00:42:43,151 --> 00:42:44,383 (MAN YELLING) 919 00:42:44,385 --> 00:42:46,452 Sir! Come back out and talk to us, sir. 920 00:42:46,454 --> 00:42:47,720 We're here to help you! (MAN YELLING) 921 00:42:47,722 --> 00:42:49,222 Sir, we just wanna have a conversation. 922 00:42:49,224 --> 00:42:50,356 Would you put the knife down. 923 00:42:50,358 --> 00:42:51,289 I-I just went to the bathroom! 924 00:42:51,291 --> 00:42:52,024 I need you to leave. (WOMAN WHIMPERING) 925 00:42:52,026 --> 00:42:52,791 - Ma'am, I need you to go. - Now? 926 00:42:52,793 --> 00:42:54,426 - I need, now, now! - Go now? 927 00:42:54,428 --> 00:42:56,662 Come now, come now, go! 928 00:42:56,664 --> 00:42:58,131 JIM: Sir, you put that weapon down and come out here, 929 00:42:58,133 --> 00:42:59,499 we'll all be leaving here on two feet. 930 00:42:59,501 --> 00:43:00,733 You understand me? 931 00:43:00,735 --> 00:43:02,635 (MAN YELLING) 932 00:43:02,637 --> 00:43:05,338 (INTENSE MUSIC) (MAN YELLING) 933 00:43:05,340 --> 00:43:06,638 Super gritty. 934 00:43:06,640 --> 00:43:08,274 Yeah, big time. 935 00:43:08,276 --> 00:43:09,841 Sir, I need you to come out with your hands up 936 00:43:09,843 --> 00:43:10,709 and nothing in them. 937 00:43:10,711 --> 00:43:13,646 Otherwise, I can't ensure your safety. 938 00:43:13,648 --> 00:43:15,517 Sir, can you hear me? 939 00:43:16,684 --> 00:43:19,553 Sir, I need an auditory response! 940 00:43:20,387 --> 00:43:23,190 (INTENSE MUSIC) 941 00:43:36,803 --> 00:43:38,704 I got him. (WATER RUNNING) 942 00:43:38,706 --> 00:43:41,175 Nate, I got him, he's down. 943 00:43:44,412 --> 00:43:46,611 Code four, he's out, I got him. 944 00:43:46,613 --> 00:43:47,615 He's drunk. 945 00:43:50,418 --> 00:43:51,352 Wait. 946 00:43:52,720 --> 00:43:54,387 Wait. 947 00:43:54,389 --> 00:43:56,888 (NATE GROWLS) 948 00:43:56,890 --> 00:43:58,894 - Sorry. - NATE: Come on! 949 00:43:59,793 --> 00:44:00,658 Call it in... 950 00:44:00,660 --> 00:44:02,227 NATE: Call for downtown unit, 11:39. 951 00:44:02,229 --> 00:44:03,062 Call a bus! 952 00:44:03,064 --> 00:44:03,695 NATE: Corporation Bar and Grill, 953 00:44:03,697 --> 00:44:05,731 we need an ambulance ASAP. 954 00:44:05,733 --> 00:44:07,934 Victim is, uh, bleeding. 955 00:44:07,936 --> 00:44:10,468 He's got a self-inflicted knife wound. 956 00:44:10,470 --> 00:44:13,539 57 East Fifth Street, an ambulance ASAP. 957 00:44:13,541 --> 00:44:14,774 (WATER RUNNING) 958 00:44:14,776 --> 00:44:17,846 (RHYTHMIC THUMPING) 959 00:44:23,383 --> 00:44:26,586 (FOOTFALL APPROACHING) 960 00:44:26,588 --> 00:44:28,254 (DOOR HINGES SQUEAK) 961 00:44:28,256 --> 00:44:29,254 Mr. Z. 962 00:44:29,256 --> 00:44:32,959 Mr. Arnaud, thank you so much for coming in. 963 00:44:32,961 --> 00:44:33,959 Thank you for having me. 964 00:44:33,961 --> 00:44:35,561 Officer Arnaud! 965 00:44:35,563 --> 00:44:37,229 - I'm so sorry! - Totally fine. 966 00:44:37,231 --> 00:44:38,430 Did I miss Crystal and Roz? 967 00:44:38,432 --> 00:44:39,664 Uh, no, I don't know. 968 00:44:39,666 --> 00:44:41,466 I don't think they're comin' in tonight. 969 00:44:41,468 --> 00:44:42,401 Oh. 970 00:44:42,403 --> 00:44:43,702 But you're here, that's what's important. 971 00:44:43,704 --> 00:44:44,937 - Yeah, while I have you, - Yeah. 972 00:44:44,939 --> 00:44:45,771 I wanted to let you know 973 00:44:45,773 --> 00:44:46,738 that I'm gonna be the point person 974 00:44:46,740 --> 00:44:48,841 for Crystal's education in the coming years, 975 00:44:48,843 --> 00:44:50,809 just so you can pass that on to the administration. 976 00:44:50,811 --> 00:44:52,880 OK, I will, thank you. 977 00:44:53,814 --> 00:44:54,950 Shall we sit? 978 00:44:56,017 --> 00:44:56,952 Sure. 979 00:45:01,456 --> 00:45:02,622 (JIM GROANS) 980 00:45:02,624 --> 00:45:04,390 Is everything all right? 981 00:45:04,392 --> 00:45:06,791 Oh, I'm fine. I'm workin'. 982 00:45:06,793 --> 00:45:11,030 See me wrestling an alligator, help... How are you? 983 00:45:11,032 --> 00:45:12,999 I'm great, I'm great, yeah. 984 00:45:13,001 --> 00:45:14,633 The kids are really good this year. 985 00:45:14,635 --> 00:45:15,934 Good, except for Crystal. 986 00:45:15,936 --> 00:45:17,336 (CHUCKLING) 987 00:45:17,338 --> 00:45:19,571 No, no not at all, I wouldn't say that. 988 00:45:19,573 --> 00:45:21,474 I mean, they're kids, right? 989 00:45:21,476 --> 00:45:24,376 They're kids, obviously they're all gonna be different. 990 00:45:24,378 --> 00:45:25,244 And you're saying it's her classwork 991 00:45:25,246 --> 00:45:27,379 she's not excelling at, is that right? 992 00:45:27,381 --> 00:45:29,749 It's more her performance in class. 993 00:45:29,751 --> 00:45:33,285 She can be kind of strident with some of the other kids, 994 00:45:33,287 --> 00:45:35,521 and we just wanted to get you in and talk about it. 995 00:45:35,523 --> 00:45:36,622 I see. 996 00:45:36,624 --> 00:45:38,524 So you're gonna have to tell me what strident means. 997 00:45:38,526 --> 00:45:40,459 I went to LSU. 998 00:45:40,461 --> 00:45:42,461 Actually, they said they had to stop making ice over there 999 00:45:42,463 --> 00:45:46,731 'cause the student with the recipe graduated. 1000 00:45:46,733 --> 00:45:48,700 Oh, yeah. (JIM SCOFFS) 1001 00:45:48,702 --> 00:45:50,602 Uh, Crystal is disruptive, 1002 00:45:50,604 --> 00:45:54,307 and she won't listen to me or her other teachers. 1003 00:45:54,309 --> 00:45:56,075 I see, I'm sorry to hear that. 1004 00:45:56,077 --> 00:45:58,611 Look, I mean, I have trouble with her listening, too. 1005 00:45:58,613 --> 00:46:00,445 Straight up, I'm the first to admit it. 1006 00:46:00,447 --> 00:46:01,382 Um... 1007 00:46:02,015 --> 00:46:03,916 I don't know how much you know, 1008 00:46:03,918 --> 00:46:05,984 kind of about what my family's goin' through right now? 1009 00:46:05,986 --> 00:46:07,653 - Yeah, yeah. - Yeah. 1010 00:46:07,655 --> 00:46:10,622 And, look, I'm just the messenger here, 1011 00:46:10,624 --> 00:46:13,425 but we do have to think about what's best for all the kids. 1012 00:46:13,427 --> 00:46:14,559 Sure. 1013 00:46:14,561 --> 00:46:15,794 And so we think it might just be a simple solution 1014 00:46:15,796 --> 00:46:18,597 of moving her to another homeroom, 1015 00:46:18,599 --> 00:46:19,932 and then observing how she gets along. 1016 00:46:19,934 --> 00:46:21,434 Yeah, see, the problem with that is, 1017 00:46:21,436 --> 00:46:23,535 her little friend Caroline's in this class, 1018 00:46:23,537 --> 00:46:24,769 and we think that might be the only thing 1019 00:46:24,771 --> 00:46:25,838 that's keeping her straight. 1020 00:46:25,840 --> 00:46:28,106 Yeah, actually, we already had to separate them 1021 00:46:28,108 --> 00:46:29,608 'cause they were talkin' too much. 1022 00:46:29,610 --> 00:46:31,042 So if we move her out, 1023 00:46:31,044 --> 00:46:33,579 they're not gonna miss each other at all. 1024 00:46:33,581 --> 00:46:34,515 Oh. 1025 00:46:36,818 --> 00:46:39,017 See, I didn't know that. 1026 00:46:39,019 --> 00:46:39,986 I get it. 1027 00:46:39,988 --> 00:46:41,986 You know, when kids are outside of the home, 1028 00:46:41,988 --> 00:46:43,955 the parents can't see how they're behaving. 1029 00:46:43,957 --> 00:46:44,856 So this can be surprising. 1030 00:46:44,858 --> 00:46:45,990 Oh, she's misbehaving? 1031 00:46:45,992 --> 00:46:46,858 Well, she used expletives 1032 00:46:46,860 --> 00:46:47,825 against some of the other students, 1033 00:46:47,827 --> 00:46:52,097 and she taught them what they meant, yeah. 1034 00:46:52,099 --> 00:46:53,367 All right. 1035 00:46:56,970 --> 00:46:59,571 What kind of expletives are we talkin' about here? 1036 00:46:59,573 --> 00:47:01,106 Primarily the one where someone pleases a gentleman 1037 00:47:01,108 --> 00:47:02,710 with their mouth. 1038 00:47:03,910 --> 00:47:04,845 Yep. 1039 00:47:05,546 --> 00:47:07,780 And then there was another one where, 1040 00:47:07,782 --> 00:47:09,948 in an LGBT relationship, 1041 00:47:09,950 --> 00:47:13,686 or I guess really in any relationship and there's a man 1042 00:47:13,688 --> 00:47:16,722 and then someone else standing behind that man, 1043 00:47:16,724 --> 00:47:18,724 and then they, uh, they... 1044 00:47:18,726 --> 00:47:21,961 The one behind uses their hand to reach around to, 1045 00:47:21,963 --> 00:47:23,162 - well, it's a reach-around. - I see. 1046 00:47:23,164 --> 00:47:24,997 Is what it is, she called my classwork a reach-around. 1047 00:47:24,999 --> 00:47:26,631 - I am so sorry to hear that. - Mm-hmm. 1048 00:47:26,633 --> 00:47:28,434 I'm certain that couldn't be further from the truth. 1049 00:47:28,436 --> 00:47:29,667 You clearly run a tight ship. 1050 00:47:29,669 --> 00:47:30,602 I do! 1051 00:47:30,604 --> 00:47:33,472 Let's not, let me first clarify for you 1052 00:47:33,474 --> 00:47:34,573 that she's getting that language 1053 00:47:34,575 --> 00:47:36,975 at her mother's house and not from me. 1054 00:47:36,977 --> 00:47:38,847 Mm-hmm, understood. 1055 00:47:39,680 --> 00:47:43,082 Look, you can't blame Crystal for this kinda stuff. 1056 00:47:43,084 --> 00:47:44,582 Even with the homework thing, 1057 00:47:44,584 --> 00:47:46,419 she gets an assignment on a Monday. 1058 00:47:46,421 --> 00:47:48,421 She does it, but she leaves it at her mom's house. 1059 00:47:48,423 --> 00:47:49,921 I have her for the next few days. 1060 00:47:49,923 --> 00:47:51,856 She doesn't get to you for a week, 1061 00:47:51,858 --> 00:47:53,492 - sometimes weeks at a time. - Right. 1062 00:47:53,494 --> 00:47:54,794 She gets demerits on it. 1063 00:47:54,796 --> 00:47:56,528 That's the problem of living between two homes. 1064 00:47:56,530 --> 00:47:58,164 Don't blame her for that, that's on us. 1065 00:47:58,166 --> 00:47:59,597 She's a good student. 1066 00:47:59,599 --> 00:48:01,434 Well, she's also been exhibiting 1067 00:48:01,436 --> 00:48:04,838 some pretty serious reading difficulties. 1068 00:48:06,573 --> 00:48:11,646 (SIGHS) Well, now, that she would've gotten from me. 1069 00:48:15,582 --> 00:48:17,582 (LOUD BANG) 1070 00:48:17,584 --> 00:48:19,151 - I'm sorry. - Mr. Ar... 1071 00:48:19,153 --> 00:48:21,053 You gotta give me a minute, I'm so sorry. 1072 00:48:21,055 --> 00:48:22,555 I'm gonna have to hold onto this desk for a minute. 1073 00:48:22,557 --> 00:48:24,088 - Please. - You gotta stop. 1074 00:48:24,090 --> 00:48:25,189 You never wanna hear that. 1075 00:48:25,191 --> 00:48:26,524 You never wanna hear you passed on something terrible 1076 00:48:26,526 --> 00:48:27,926 to a child. (BREATHES HEAVILY) 1077 00:48:27,928 --> 00:48:31,129 Sorry, I'm gonna have to walk around for a second. 1078 00:48:31,131 --> 00:48:32,731 - Mr. Arnaud? - You gotta stop that! 1079 00:48:32,733 --> 00:48:35,133 You gotta stop talkin' to me, man, shithead. 1080 00:48:35,135 --> 00:48:36,635 I didn't mean to call you that. 1081 00:48:36,637 --> 00:48:38,570 I'm sorry, that just came out, 1082 00:48:38,572 --> 00:48:39,905 and now you think I'm probably the bad parent 1083 00:48:39,907 --> 00:48:40,771 'cause I cursed in front of you. 1084 00:48:40,773 --> 00:48:41,740 This whole thing was about her cursing. 1085 00:48:41,742 --> 00:48:43,642 We danced around it for like five minutes. 1086 00:48:43,644 --> 00:48:45,109 This is a fucking nightmare. 1087 00:48:45,111 --> 00:48:46,544 - No, no, c'mon... - Here I am! I cursed again! 1088 00:48:46,546 --> 00:48:47,745 Let's calm down, let's calm down. 1089 00:48:47,747 --> 00:48:49,615 Give me a demerit, see if I give a shit, I don't care. 1090 00:48:49,617 --> 00:48:51,883 Dude, I will hum this desk across the room so fast. 1091 00:48:51,885 --> 00:48:55,689 I prefer you don't; that's Crystal's desk. 1092 00:49:02,662 --> 00:49:04,131 Put the desk down. 1093 00:49:05,700 --> 00:49:06,634 Please! 1094 00:49:13,673 --> 00:49:15,543 Stuff on the floor. 1095 00:49:34,227 --> 00:49:37,831 Crystal is temporarily a problem child. 1096 00:49:39,200 --> 00:49:41,200 She's not the worst. 1097 00:49:41,202 --> 00:49:43,968 She's certainly not gonna be the last. 1098 00:49:43,970 --> 00:49:45,137 We just needed to get you in here 1099 00:49:45,139 --> 00:49:46,638 so we could form a united front 1100 00:49:46,640 --> 00:49:48,274 against the problematic behavior. 1101 00:49:48,276 --> 00:49:50,742 - And I think that's great. - Great. 1102 00:49:50,744 --> 00:49:51,943 Thank you for coming in. 1103 00:49:51,945 --> 00:49:54,979 - Thank you for having me. - OK. 1104 00:49:54,981 --> 00:49:55,680 If you have any other questions, 1105 00:49:55,682 --> 00:49:57,883 you can feel free to reach out, 1106 00:49:57,885 --> 00:49:59,084 and I'm gonna probably send 1107 00:49:59,086 --> 00:50:02,655 some reading comprehension lessons home as a PDF tonight. 1108 00:50:02,657 --> 00:50:05,126 I'm goin' through a divorce. 1109 00:50:07,762 --> 00:50:09,030 I understand. 1110 00:50:11,197 --> 00:50:14,233 It's an emotional time for everybody. 1111 00:50:14,235 --> 00:50:17,639 (RHYTHMIC SCRATCHING) 1112 00:50:20,073 --> 00:50:24,144 (CARS DRIVING PAST IN DISTANCE) 1113 00:50:41,896 --> 00:50:43,595 We good? 1114 00:50:43,597 --> 00:50:45,664 Yeah, we're good. 1115 00:50:45,666 --> 00:50:48,870 (DARK DRAMATIC MUSIC) 1116 00:50:56,943 --> 00:50:58,910 - Thank you. - Take care. 1117 00:50:58,912 --> 00:51:02,115 (DARK DRAMATIC MUSIC) 1118 00:51:49,997 --> 00:51:53,666 (FAST FOOTFALL APPROACHING) 1119 00:51:53,668 --> 00:51:55,300 Sorry I'm late, Jim Arnaud. 1120 00:51:55,302 --> 00:51:56,367 Yes, Donna. 1121 00:51:56,369 --> 00:51:57,736 - Hi. - Hi, nice to meet you. 1122 00:51:57,738 --> 00:51:59,405 - Please, slide in. - Thank you, thank you. 1123 00:51:59,407 --> 00:52:01,273 Whoo, you're gonna be fine. 1124 00:52:01,275 --> 00:52:03,408 Glad you wore the uniform, that'll do us good. 1125 00:52:03,410 --> 00:52:07,111 Now, remind me what this is. (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1126 00:52:07,113 --> 00:52:08,046 It's divorce proceedings. 1127 00:52:08,048 --> 00:52:10,149 Oh! I know, I know, OK. 1128 00:52:10,151 --> 00:52:13,919 Uh, any verbal abuse, any trauma, any history? 1129 00:52:13,921 --> 00:52:16,187 No, she just stopped loving me. 1130 00:52:16,189 --> 00:52:17,356 We have a daughter together. 1131 00:52:17,358 --> 00:52:19,825 OK, and we are arguing for joint custody. 1132 00:52:19,827 --> 00:52:21,794 You don't want to fight for sole custody? 1133 00:52:21,796 --> 00:52:22,961 Oh, I don't think so. 1134 00:52:22,963 --> 00:52:23,898 Why not? 1135 00:52:24,697 --> 00:52:28,101 Uh, I think she should have her mom. 1136 00:52:29,202 --> 00:52:30,137 Huh. 1137 00:52:30,938 --> 00:52:31,872 Huh. 1138 00:52:33,441 --> 00:52:34,472 What's up? 1139 00:52:34,474 --> 00:52:35,841 McCarthy's tough. 1140 00:52:35,843 --> 00:52:38,109 He's gonna be difficult, he's an asshole. 1141 00:52:38,111 --> 00:52:40,144 You don't say anything you don't have to. 1142 00:52:40,146 --> 00:52:41,713 It's best that I take care of everything. 1143 00:52:41,715 --> 00:52:42,747 That's right. 1144 00:52:42,749 --> 00:52:44,450 BAILIFF: All rise! 1145 00:52:44,452 --> 00:52:47,789 The Honorable John Aldredge McCarthy. 1146 00:52:50,724 --> 00:52:52,323 Arnaud v. Arnaud. 1147 00:52:52,325 --> 00:52:53,725 Defense? 1148 00:52:53,727 --> 00:52:54,926 Your honor, Mrs. Arnaud, 1149 00:52:54,928 --> 00:52:57,796 who filed the suit, is not with us today, 1150 00:52:57,798 --> 00:53:00,832 is asking for half her husband's salary and pension 1151 00:53:00,834 --> 00:53:04,135 along with complete custody of the couple's daughter Crystal 1152 00:53:04,137 --> 00:53:08,407 which we're arguing is gross overreaction to circumstances 1153 00:53:08,409 --> 00:53:09,941 and superficial testimony. 1154 00:53:09,943 --> 00:53:13,412 OK, let's get the father up here. 1155 00:53:13,414 --> 00:53:16,347 So, I... He asked, he asked for me, so now I go up? 1156 00:53:16,349 --> 00:53:20,020 - Yes, you need to go up. - So now I go up. 1157 00:53:21,421 --> 00:53:22,421 How are you, your honor? 1158 00:53:22,423 --> 00:53:23,655 How are you, officer? 1159 00:53:23,657 --> 00:53:27,126 JIM: I'm doin' just fine, I'm here for my daughter today. 1160 00:53:27,128 --> 00:53:29,061 You have a good job, clearly. 1161 00:53:29,063 --> 00:53:30,928 JIM: I do indeed. 1162 00:53:30,930 --> 00:53:32,131 And you're decorated! 1163 00:53:32,133 --> 00:53:34,265 JIM: I am, your honor. 1164 00:53:34,267 --> 00:53:35,767 JUDGE: Any strikes on your record? 1165 00:53:35,769 --> 00:53:36,503 None. 1166 00:53:38,472 --> 00:53:40,372 I'm here fightin' for my daughter today. 1167 00:53:40,374 --> 00:53:42,508 I'd like to continue joint custody with my wife, 1168 00:53:42,510 --> 00:53:44,843 which is what we've done for the last year, 1169 00:53:44,845 --> 00:53:46,247 since everything. 1170 00:53:46,981 --> 00:53:49,213 I have no problem with the way that she raises our child. 1171 00:53:49,215 --> 00:53:50,448 I'm a good police officer. 1172 00:53:50,450 --> 00:53:52,184 JUDGE: And your wife has never given you 1173 00:53:52,186 --> 00:53:54,952 cause for concern with her child rearing? 1174 00:53:54,954 --> 00:53:58,025 I... That's not, no, short answer. 1175 00:53:58,657 --> 00:54:01,994 I see no problem with the way that Roz raises Crystal. 1176 00:54:01,996 --> 00:54:03,528 She has many problems of her own. 1177 00:54:03,530 --> 00:54:06,330 We have a very separate take on how we raise our child 1178 00:54:06,332 --> 00:54:08,100 from our problems with each other. 1179 00:54:08,102 --> 00:54:10,301 We have a united front against her problematic behavior, 1180 00:54:10,303 --> 00:54:12,905 and Roz is working on her issues right now. 1181 00:54:12,907 --> 00:54:16,274 I've been assured, and I'm certain that she is. 1182 00:54:16,276 --> 00:54:17,943 JUDGE: The court has testimony 1183 00:54:17,945 --> 00:54:21,146 that you practiced reckless or violent behavior, 1184 00:54:21,148 --> 00:54:23,347 a public event, a funeral this month. 1185 00:54:23,349 --> 00:54:25,352 Any of that hold water? 1186 00:54:28,923 --> 00:54:30,457 I wasn't violent. 1187 00:54:34,861 --> 00:54:36,461 I wasn't violent. 1188 00:54:36,463 --> 00:54:39,865 I was upset for sure, I lost somebody I loved, 1189 00:54:39,867 --> 00:54:41,535 but I wasn't violent. 1190 00:54:42,369 --> 00:54:43,334 And actually everybody I've been speaking to 1191 00:54:43,336 --> 00:54:45,437 say that's pretty normal when you find out 1192 00:54:45,439 --> 00:54:49,106 what losing somebody in your life means. (CHUCKLES) 1193 00:54:49,108 --> 00:54:50,274 I hope that when you're lookin' at the coffin 1194 00:54:50,276 --> 00:54:51,443 of somebody you love, 1195 00:54:51,445 --> 00:54:56,347 you act with a little more grace than I did. (CHUCKLES) 1196 00:54:56,349 --> 00:54:58,084 Is that a threat? 1197 00:55:01,421 --> 00:55:02,990 Absolutely not. 1198 00:55:04,090 --> 00:55:06,457 No, I'm sorry, let's go back. 1199 00:55:06,459 --> 00:55:09,961 I didn't mean for it to come out that way. 1200 00:55:09,963 --> 00:55:12,930 Why don't you go back and sit down with your counsel. 1201 00:55:12,932 --> 00:55:14,131 I'm so sorry. No! Let's go... 1202 00:55:14,133 --> 00:55:15,399 That's, I didn't mean it like that. 1203 00:55:15,401 --> 00:55:16,334 I don't have to go back and... 1204 00:55:16,336 --> 00:55:17,970 That's, let's just have a conversation. 1205 00:55:17,972 --> 00:55:19,037 That's why I came up here in the first place. 1206 00:55:19,039 --> 00:55:20,039 You're on one side of the law, I'm on the other. 1207 00:55:20,041 --> 00:55:21,405 I thought we were gonna have a heart-to-heart 1208 00:55:21,407 --> 00:55:22,506 or somethin' like that. 1209 00:55:22,508 --> 00:55:25,443 Why don't you go sit back down with your counsel. 1210 00:55:25,445 --> 00:55:26,412 'Cause now I'm scared I'm gonna lose my daughter 1211 00:55:26,414 --> 00:55:30,418 'cause I said somethin' stupid to the judge. 1212 00:55:32,318 --> 00:55:35,121 (BAILIFF SIGHS) 1213 00:55:36,956 --> 00:55:40,024 Thank you so much, your honor. 1214 00:55:40,026 --> 00:55:41,526 Why did you let me do that? 1215 00:55:41,528 --> 00:55:43,428 - Why did you let me do that? - Don't, don't, don't. 1216 00:55:43,430 --> 00:55:44,963 - Why did you let me do that? - Don't, don't, don't. 1217 00:55:44,965 --> 00:55:46,265 What did I do wrong? (CHRIS MUMBLING) 1218 00:55:46,267 --> 00:55:47,633 The fuck off, Chris. 1219 00:55:47,635 --> 00:55:48,466 Don't show any emotion. 1220 00:55:48,468 --> 00:55:51,602 You just stand up, leave, go home, 1221 00:55:51,604 --> 00:55:53,405 and we will go back to my offices in the morning, 1222 00:55:53,407 --> 00:55:54,472 and we will file a motion for a continuation. 1223 00:55:54,474 --> 00:55:55,541 So what does that mean, we lost? 1224 00:55:55,543 --> 00:55:57,376 That means we lost today. (JIM SIGHS HEAVILY) 1225 00:55:57,378 --> 00:56:00,412 No, listen, no, because we're gonna file a motion for... 1226 00:56:00,414 --> 00:56:03,682 JUDGE: I think we can reach a tentative ruling. 1227 00:56:03,684 --> 00:56:06,617 We have an exhibit I am told we are not to miss! 1228 00:56:06,619 --> 00:56:09,089 Clerk, please, the exhibit. 1229 00:56:22,369 --> 00:56:25,506 (CAR ENGINE REVVING) 1230 00:56:27,140 --> 00:56:29,975 (TIRES SQUEALING) 1231 00:56:29,977 --> 00:56:30,912 Fuck! 1232 00:56:32,445 --> 00:56:34,079 (GROANS) 1233 00:56:34,081 --> 00:56:34,946 NATE: Jim! 1234 00:56:34,948 --> 00:56:35,881 What happened? 1235 00:56:35,883 --> 00:56:37,082 NATE: What do you mean, what happened? 1236 00:56:37,084 --> 00:56:37,716 What happened? They had the footage at the courtroom! 1237 00:56:37,718 --> 00:56:38,416 What happened with what? 1238 00:56:38,418 --> 00:56:38,850 I thought you took care of it! 1239 00:56:38,852 --> 00:56:40,551 What? What? 1240 00:56:40,553 --> 00:56:41,586 I thoughtyou took care of it! 1241 00:56:41,588 --> 00:56:42,586 They had the fucking footage in the courtroom! 1242 00:56:42,588 --> 00:56:43,588 I-I-I-I did! I threw it in the fuckin' lake! 1243 00:56:43,590 --> 00:56:45,657 Or, he musta got, it's, it's up in the cloud! 1244 00:56:45,659 --> 00:56:46,658 What? No, they had it in the fuckin' ourtroom! 1245 00:56:46,660 --> 00:56:47,524 The cloud? What're you talkin' about, asshole! 1246 00:56:47,526 --> 00:56:48,660 What're you talkin' about? I did... 1247 00:56:48,662 --> 00:56:49,227 - They fuckin' had the thing... - I did my job! I tried! 1248 00:56:49,229 --> 00:56:51,396 (BOTH YELLING EXCITEDLY) 1249 00:56:51,398 --> 00:56:52,296 I paid your fucki' fancy lawyer... 1250 00:56:52,298 --> 00:56:53,731 Calm down, man, that's not necessary! 1251 00:56:53,733 --> 00:56:54,566 - You don't have to... - I had to fuckin' 1252 00:56:54,568 --> 00:56:55,633 pay for your fuckin' lawyer, asshole! 1253 00:56:55,635 --> 00:56:57,501 - Don't you fuckin' hit me! - You fuckin' ass... 1254 00:56:57,503 --> 00:56:59,704 - Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! - NATE: Stay down! 1255 00:56:59,706 --> 00:57:01,673 - Stay down! Stop! - Ow! The fuck! 1256 00:57:01,675 --> 00:57:02,340 You ripped my pants! 1257 00:57:02,342 --> 00:57:03,041 NATE: You fuckin' hit me! 1258 00:57:03,043 --> 00:57:03,742 You ripped my pants, asshole! 1259 00:57:03,744 --> 00:57:04,608 You punched me in the face! 1260 00:57:04,610 --> 00:57:05,276 You slapped in in the fuckin' face! 1261 00:57:05,278 --> 00:57:07,544 - Fuck you! - Fuck you! 1262 00:57:07,546 --> 00:57:08,579 You ripped my fuckin' pnts! You ruined my life! 1263 00:57:08,581 --> 00:57:09,280 - I never ruined your life! - You ruined my... 1264 00:57:09,282 --> 00:57:09,981 I saw that goddamned video! 1265 00:57:09,983 --> 00:57:12,017 Who dances at a fuckin' funeral! 1266 00:57:12,019 --> 00:57:13,251 In my culture, we do that! That's our... 1267 00:57:13,253 --> 00:57:15,187 That's not your fuckin' culture! 1268 00:57:15,189 --> 00:57:16,588 - Fuck you! - Don't put this shit on me! 1269 00:57:16,590 --> 00:57:18,222 I spent all this money on your fuckin' lawyer, 1270 00:57:18,224 --> 00:57:19,090 and I lost, asshole! 1271 00:57:19,092 --> 00:57:20,658 I've always been a good friend to you, 1272 00:57:20,660 --> 00:57:22,561 - You ruined my life! - You sad son of a bitch! 1273 00:57:22,563 --> 00:57:23,794 JIM: You ruined my fuckin' life! 1274 00:57:23,796 --> 00:57:26,131 NATE: I'll tell the rest of these mother fuckers about... 1275 00:57:26,133 --> 00:57:27,131 - You have a nice family! - CAPTAIN: Jimmy. 1276 00:57:27,133 --> 00:57:28,399 - You don't have problems! - CAPTAIN: Jimmy. 1277 00:57:28,401 --> 00:57:29,468 - Yes, I do! - No, you don't! 1278 00:57:29,470 --> 00:57:30,334 Yes, I do! 1279 00:57:30,336 --> 00:57:31,336 James Edward! 1280 00:57:31,338 --> 00:57:32,273 What! 1281 00:57:34,173 --> 00:57:37,644 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1282 00:57:46,653 --> 00:57:47,588 It's fine. 1283 00:57:49,322 --> 00:57:51,155 It's all right. 1284 00:57:51,157 --> 00:57:52,224 I'm putting it away. 1285 00:57:52,226 --> 00:57:53,457 CAPTAIN: Put the gun down now! 1286 00:57:53,459 --> 00:57:55,126 No, it's really fine. 1287 00:57:55,128 --> 00:57:57,062 I'm just glad he put it away in time. 1288 00:57:57,064 --> 00:57:58,062 It's not fine. 1289 00:57:58,064 --> 00:58:00,265 You put the gun down, you put the badge down. 1290 00:58:00,267 --> 00:58:01,800 That's quite enough out of you! 1291 00:58:01,802 --> 00:58:03,200 Oh, what, am I fired? 1292 00:58:03,202 --> 00:58:04,369 CAPTAIN: Yes. 1293 00:58:04,371 --> 00:58:06,137 Why, 'cause of this? 1294 00:58:06,139 --> 00:58:06,972 This is nothing! 1295 00:58:06,974 --> 00:58:10,144 This guy is my brother, this guy's... 1296 00:58:16,550 --> 00:58:17,752 Oh, all right. 1297 00:58:19,052 --> 00:58:20,285 Yeah, that's fine. 1298 00:58:20,287 --> 00:58:22,120 I don't fuckin' care, that's fine. 1299 00:58:22,122 --> 00:58:23,722 I don't wanna fuckin' work here anyway. 1300 00:58:23,724 --> 00:58:25,323 Y'all can take my shit. 1301 00:58:25,325 --> 00:58:26,524 You think I give a shit? 1302 00:58:26,526 --> 00:58:28,727 I had to watch a guy fall on his fuckin' knife last week! 1303 00:58:28,729 --> 00:58:30,796 You think I need that shit right now? 1304 00:58:30,798 --> 00:58:32,497 CAPTAIN: You're a bad influence. 1305 00:58:32,499 --> 00:58:34,298 I'm a bad influence? 1306 00:58:34,300 --> 00:58:36,635 I'm the most decorated motherfucker out here! 1307 00:58:36,637 --> 00:58:37,535 I'm a bad influence. 1308 00:58:37,537 --> 00:58:38,669 Think I give a shit? 1309 00:58:38,671 --> 00:58:41,673 They don't know, they don't know. 1310 00:58:41,675 --> 00:58:43,541 They don't know! They don't know! 1311 00:58:43,543 --> 00:58:44,843 They don't know. 1312 00:58:44,845 --> 00:58:47,211 You want me to talk? 1313 00:58:47,213 --> 00:58:48,445 Yeah, I'll talk. 1314 00:58:48,447 --> 00:58:51,850 Ask me to talk, fuck, I'll talk all day, the day I'm havin'. 1315 00:58:51,852 --> 00:58:53,785 Yeah, you don't want me to talk. 1316 00:58:53,787 --> 00:58:56,320 I got dirt on all a y'all! 1317 00:58:56,322 --> 00:58:57,655 Shit! 1318 00:58:57,657 --> 00:58:58,590 Fuck! 1319 00:58:58,592 --> 00:59:00,559 I'll be out here, try gettin' off duty! 1320 00:59:00,561 --> 00:59:03,861 I will ruin the parking lot experience for all of you! 1321 00:59:03,863 --> 00:59:08,133 I'll talk all night, right here, motherfuckers. 1322 00:59:08,135 --> 00:59:09,033 I'll start with myself. 1323 00:59:09,035 --> 00:59:11,303 My wife left me a year and a half ago. 1324 00:59:11,305 --> 00:59:13,571 There, laugh it up! 1325 00:59:13,573 --> 00:59:15,407 Does that change anything? 1326 00:59:15,409 --> 00:59:17,142 No! 1327 00:59:17,144 --> 00:59:19,510 Am I cured? 'Course not! 1328 00:59:19,512 --> 00:59:24,184 Talkin' about your problems never helped anybody ever! 1329 00:59:26,419 --> 00:59:28,088 I slept in my car! 1330 00:59:29,490 --> 00:59:31,289 Right here, three weeks! 1331 00:59:31,291 --> 00:59:33,457 Jerry saw it, isn't that right, Jerry? 1332 00:59:33,459 --> 00:59:35,292 JERRY: Yeah, I brought you breakfast. 1333 00:59:35,294 --> 00:59:37,562 Thank you so much for doing that, Jerry. 1334 00:59:37,564 --> 00:59:39,497 That meant a lot back then. (CRYING) 1335 00:59:39,499 --> 00:59:41,432 But fuck you right now. 1336 00:59:41,434 --> 00:59:42,100 CAPTAIN: You're drunk! 1337 00:59:42,102 --> 00:59:43,434 I'm not drunk; I'm angry. 1338 00:59:43,436 --> 00:59:44,568 I realize that, I'll calm... 1339 00:59:44,570 --> 00:59:46,504 No! I won't calm down! 1340 00:59:46,506 --> 00:59:51,242 I lost my daughter today! (CRYING) 1341 00:59:51,244 --> 00:59:53,513 And I did everything right! 1342 00:59:54,648 --> 00:59:56,148 She was comin'! 1343 00:59:56,150 --> 00:59:58,416 I got married, man, my whole family was there! 1344 00:59:58,418 --> 00:59:59,820 It was beautiful! 1345 01:00:01,220 --> 01:00:04,655 I haven't had a good night's sleep since 2009 1346 01:00:04,657 --> 01:00:06,691 because of this shit! 1347 01:00:06,693 --> 01:00:08,162 Fuck! For what! 1348 01:00:08,928 --> 01:00:11,329 So I could impress you overweight assholes! 1349 01:00:11,331 --> 01:00:14,198 I gave up my fuckin' family! 1350 01:00:14,200 --> 01:00:15,869 Why? For decorations? 1351 01:00:16,903 --> 01:00:18,336 For armed marksman! 1352 01:00:18,338 --> 01:00:21,305 You think I give a shit about armed marksman! 1353 01:00:21,307 --> 01:00:23,408 Clara! Fuck you. 1354 01:00:23,410 --> 01:00:25,242 CAPTAIN: And the rest of it! 1355 01:00:25,244 --> 01:00:26,811 What? You want my pants, too! 1356 01:00:26,813 --> 01:00:27,778 Fine! 1357 01:00:27,780 --> 01:00:30,481 Fuck you, you can keep 'em, I don't care. 1358 01:00:30,483 --> 01:00:31,783 You can't hurt me! 1359 01:00:31,785 --> 01:00:32,783 You think you're fuckin' hurtin' me? 1360 01:00:32,785 --> 01:00:36,254 I found out she lost her boyfriend in Vietnam! 1361 01:00:36,256 --> 01:00:38,957 I never asked her about it! 1362 01:00:38,959 --> 01:00:41,629 (CRYING) Why? 1363 01:00:42,863 --> 01:00:44,798 I never made the time. 1364 01:00:46,767 --> 01:00:51,839 I was selfish. (SOBBING) 1365 01:00:53,807 --> 01:00:58,879 This is what you get! (SPITS EMPHATICALLY) 1366 01:01:04,918 --> 01:01:06,519 I'm walkin' home. 1367 01:01:08,488 --> 01:01:09,687 I hope they take my house. 1368 01:01:09,689 --> 01:01:11,892 Now I really have nothin'. 1369 01:01:14,727 --> 01:01:16,664 I really have nothin'. 1370 01:01:20,901 --> 01:01:25,372 I hope I get hit by a truck full of fuckin' cement. 1371 01:01:31,311 --> 01:01:34,448 (SHUFFLING FOOTFALL) 1372 01:01:39,686 --> 01:01:42,823 (MOROSE CELLO MUSIC) 1373 01:02:55,762 --> 01:02:58,032 (GRUNTING) 1374 01:03:10,744 --> 01:03:11,678 Jimmy! 1375 01:03:14,381 --> 01:03:16,583 JIM: Brother Nathaniel! 1376 01:03:17,883 --> 01:03:21,354 (FOOTFALL APPROACHING) 1377 01:03:24,358 --> 01:03:26,959 (DOOR CREAKING) 1378 01:03:32,733 --> 01:03:35,468 You ready to lose some money? 1379 01:03:39,106 --> 01:03:40,908 Didn't go so well. 1380 01:03:42,742 --> 01:03:44,878 Didn't go so well, huh? 1381 01:03:46,880 --> 01:03:49,082 Judge was not a nice guy. 1382 01:03:49,682 --> 01:03:52,753 NATE: Yeah, that happens, man. 1383 01:03:56,956 --> 01:04:01,494 I'm sorry if I committed a hate crime against you. 1384 01:04:03,662 --> 01:04:05,865 Yeah, I... I forgive you. 1385 01:04:07,401 --> 01:04:08,432 Hey, why don't you come on downstairs, 1386 01:04:08,434 --> 01:04:10,436 and we play some cards? 1387 01:04:13,539 --> 01:04:16,709 I don't know what I'm doing anymore. 1388 01:04:20,447 --> 01:04:24,985 Cleanin' the house, the vacuum cleaner stopped workin'. 1389 01:04:27,153 --> 01:04:31,891 I turned it over, and it was all caught up in her hair. 1390 01:04:32,959 --> 01:04:36,894 (SOBBING) It was perfect. 1391 01:04:36,896 --> 01:04:40,064 Looked just like the top of her little head. 1392 01:04:40,066 --> 01:04:41,135 I kissed it. 1393 01:04:43,570 --> 01:04:45,905 I kissed the vacuum cleaner. 1394 01:04:51,845 --> 01:04:54,012 I was lookin' into getting an above-ground pool 1395 01:04:54,014 --> 01:04:55,615 for the backyard. 1396 01:04:57,851 --> 01:04:59,983 I went down to the showroom. 1397 01:04:59,985 --> 01:05:02,086 This guy Ray-ray showed me around. 1398 01:05:02,088 --> 01:05:03,454 I thought they'd be expensive. 1399 01:05:03,456 --> 01:05:06,526 They're pretty reasonable, actually. 1400 01:05:10,697 --> 01:05:11,528 I was hoping we could've been 1401 01:05:11,530 --> 01:05:14,767 one of the cool kids in high school. 1402 01:05:16,869 --> 01:05:20,006 They'd all come over here and cut up. 1403 01:05:21,140 --> 01:05:23,541 I'd stay out of the way. 1404 01:05:23,543 --> 01:05:26,977 They'd all be out there at night. 1405 01:05:26,979 --> 01:05:29,680 I'd let 'em think they were gettin' away with murder, 1406 01:05:29,682 --> 01:05:31,850 but I'd be the one to call all the parents and say, 1407 01:05:31,852 --> 01:05:35,887 "Yeah, they're here, and yeah, they're drinkin', 1408 01:05:35,889 --> 01:05:39,827 "but they're safe; I'm keepin' an eye on 'em." 1409 01:05:42,762 --> 01:05:47,834 I don't know what I'm doin' anymore, man. (CRYING) 1410 01:05:48,235 --> 01:05:50,167 CELIA OVER PHONE: Hey, is he there? Is he hurt? 1411 01:05:50,169 --> 01:05:53,204 No, no, no, no, he's uh... he's fine. 1412 01:05:53,206 --> 01:05:54,474 Listen, I... 1413 01:05:55,209 --> 01:05:57,541 I need you to come get me from Jim's in a couple of hours. 1414 01:05:57,543 --> 01:05:59,811 - Can you do that? - CELIA: (scoffs) Really? OK. 1415 01:05:59,813 --> 01:06:01,713 Great, all right. 1416 01:06:01,715 --> 01:06:02,649 Hey... 1417 01:06:06,218 --> 01:06:07,220 I love you. 1418 01:06:08,655 --> 01:06:10,622 I love you so much (SOBS), we're so lucky. 1419 01:06:10,624 --> 01:06:12,856 CELIA: Oh, honey, I'm so sorry. 1420 01:06:12,858 --> 01:06:17,195 - Yeah, all right, I love you. - CELIA: I love you. 1421 01:06:17,197 --> 01:06:18,131 Hey! 1422 01:06:27,106 --> 01:06:29,573 What happened to the fridge? 1423 01:06:29,575 --> 01:06:30,577 Um, yeah. 1424 01:06:31,677 --> 01:06:33,679 There was a fist fight. 1425 01:06:34,313 --> 01:06:36,782 I thought it was a burglar. 1426 01:06:37,651 --> 01:06:38,585 OK. 1427 01:06:40,753 --> 01:06:43,086 Wait, are we still goin' to dinner? 1428 01:06:43,088 --> 01:06:45,224 Nope, we're doin' this. 1429 01:06:50,564 --> 01:06:51,863 NATE: Two. 1430 01:06:51,865 --> 01:06:53,564 I don't even know where that one went! 1431 01:06:53,566 --> 01:06:54,499 She was doin' this thing. 1432 01:06:54,501 --> 01:06:57,734 She was selling medical equipment online. 1433 01:06:57,736 --> 01:07:00,338 I think she went to Cincinnati, and she texted me once. 1434 01:07:00,340 --> 01:07:04,878 I was here, and she said, "Hey, you wanna make out?" 1435 01:07:05,979 --> 01:07:06,811 And I think she was drunk, 1436 01:07:06,813 --> 01:07:08,745 or at least she said she was drunk. 1437 01:07:08,747 --> 01:07:10,747 (BOTH LAUGHING) 1438 01:07:10,749 --> 01:07:12,149 JIM VOICEOVER: But from the beginning, 1439 01:07:12,151 --> 01:07:14,919 I thought she must be texting somebody else 1440 01:07:14,921 --> 01:07:16,220 and accidentally texted me. 1441 01:07:16,222 --> 01:07:17,220 JIM: Hey, asshole. 1442 01:07:17,222 --> 01:07:19,591 JIM VOICEOVER: And I called her out on it, 1443 01:07:19,593 --> 01:07:20,892 and I spent the week in a motel. 1444 01:07:20,894 --> 01:07:22,926 - Hmmm? - NATE: No, no, no, not yet. 1445 01:07:22,928 --> 01:07:24,294 I'm fuckin' Babe Ruth! 1446 01:07:24,296 --> 01:07:26,763 NATE: Well, then, you fuckin' better... 1447 01:07:26,765 --> 01:07:29,035 (LAUGHING) 1448 01:07:35,275 --> 01:07:35,974 NATE VOICEOVER: Woo-hee! 1449 01:07:35,976 --> 01:07:37,140 JIM VOICEOVER: Hit me again. 1450 01:07:37,142 --> 01:07:38,809 I can, I can fix that for you. 1451 01:07:38,811 --> 01:07:39,977 Lemme see. 1452 01:07:39,979 --> 01:07:41,713 NATE: I mean, we got this thing a couple years ago. 1453 01:07:41,715 --> 01:07:42,747 It's a piece of shit. 1454 01:07:42,749 --> 01:07:45,383 - Lemme see. - NATE: Whatever. 1455 01:07:45,385 --> 01:07:49,320 Yeah, look, these are all done up for knuckles 1456 01:07:49,322 --> 01:07:52,323 so you can put your hands down like that. 1457 01:07:52,325 --> 01:07:56,193 So you gotta make sure that when you're doin' it, 1458 01:07:56,195 --> 01:07:59,696 it's like exactly for the palm of the hand 1459 01:07:59,698 --> 01:08:01,633 so that it fits perfectly in. 1460 01:08:01,635 --> 01:08:04,769 They say a stitch in time saves nine. 1461 01:08:04,771 --> 01:08:07,338 So you do it once right, 1462 01:08:07,340 --> 01:08:11,678 you don't have to do it nine times in the future. 1463 01:08:14,680 --> 01:08:16,282 Sounds good to me. 1464 01:08:17,851 --> 01:08:18,983 Thanks for comin' over, man. 1465 01:08:18,985 --> 01:08:21,019 NATE: Glad to do it, man. 1466 01:08:21,021 --> 01:08:23,156 That's what I'm here for. 1467 01:08:26,960 --> 01:08:31,031 (CRICKETS AND CICADAS CHIRPING) 1468 01:08:44,443 --> 01:08:46,944 (WATER SHOOTING FROM SPRINKLER) 1469 01:08:46,946 --> 01:08:50,050 Oh! (GRUNTS) Stop! 1470 01:09:08,968 --> 01:09:11,238 (KNOCKING) 1471 01:09:13,372 --> 01:09:15,205 Hey, oh my god! 1472 01:09:15,207 --> 01:09:16,774 You guys got so big! 1473 01:09:16,776 --> 01:09:17,441 How's it goin'? 1474 01:09:17,443 --> 01:09:18,309 KIDS TOGETHER: Good. 1475 01:09:18,311 --> 01:09:19,177 You mom home? 1476 01:09:19,179 --> 01:09:20,043 KIDS TOGETHER: Yes. 1477 01:09:20,045 --> 01:09:20,744 All right. 1478 01:09:20,746 --> 01:09:21,479 Gimme one of these. (SLAPS) 1479 01:09:21,481 --> 01:09:22,346 Oh, hey, man! (BOY CHUCKLING) 1480 01:09:22,348 --> 01:09:23,279 Take it easy, you'll break my hand. 1481 01:09:23,281 --> 01:09:25,048 What, are you Hulk Hogan? (BOY CHUCKLES) 1482 01:09:25,050 --> 01:09:27,452 Get outta here. (RAPID FOOTFALL) 1483 01:09:27,454 --> 01:09:29,854 (CHILDREN GIGGLING) 1484 01:09:29,856 --> 01:09:31,021 - Hey, Jimmy. - JIM: Hey, Morgan. 1485 01:09:31,023 --> 01:09:32,224 How are you? 1486 01:09:37,964 --> 01:09:40,097 How was your drive? 1487 01:09:40,099 --> 01:09:40,965 Oh, it was fine. 1488 01:09:40,967 --> 01:09:42,166 Yeah, it's two hours. 1489 01:09:42,168 --> 01:09:44,302 It's uh, I can do it in one sitting. 1490 01:09:44,304 --> 01:09:45,302 Well, come on in. 1491 01:09:45,304 --> 01:09:46,770 Can I get you somethin'? 1492 01:09:46,772 --> 01:09:48,372 Ah, I'm fine. 1493 01:09:48,374 --> 01:09:50,141 Actually, a big glass of water would be great. 1494 01:09:50,143 --> 01:09:51,078 Sure. 1495 01:09:51,945 --> 01:09:53,810 So it's all settled? 1496 01:09:53,812 --> 01:09:54,814 How was it? 1497 01:09:55,848 --> 01:09:57,448 It was tough. (WATER RUNNING) 1498 01:09:57,450 --> 01:09:59,217 A lot of people were there. 1499 01:09:59,219 --> 01:10:01,017 Everybody's asking for ya. 1500 01:10:01,019 --> 01:10:02,086 Not like they were bein' rude. 1501 01:10:02,088 --> 01:10:05,355 They just missed seeing you and Jeff and the kids. 1502 01:10:05,357 --> 01:10:06,222 They've grown up. 1503 01:10:06,224 --> 01:10:08,793 They have. I heard that would happen. 1504 01:10:08,795 --> 01:10:10,293 With Peyton, he's at practice, 1505 01:10:10,295 --> 01:10:12,062 I just wanna put a brick on his head 1506 01:10:12,064 --> 01:10:14,332 and keep him at the same size forever. 1507 01:10:14,334 --> 01:10:16,534 It's a good age. 1508 01:10:16,536 --> 01:10:18,368 So you got your appeal coming up? 1509 01:10:18,370 --> 01:10:20,037 That's good news. 1510 01:10:20,039 --> 01:10:22,940 Yeah, my attorney has it all figured out. 1511 01:10:22,942 --> 01:10:26,043 She wants me to attack Roz's character moving forward, 1512 01:10:26,045 --> 01:10:28,145 problems with everything. 1513 01:10:28,147 --> 01:10:30,547 I've been forthwith with you about all that. 1514 01:10:30,549 --> 01:10:33,150 I don't want to make her out to be some kind of a... 1515 01:10:33,152 --> 01:10:35,185 A B-word in front of a judge, 1516 01:10:35,187 --> 01:10:36,887 but now they're thinkin' I shoulda just been honest, 1517 01:10:36,889 --> 01:10:40,123 that my wife, in fact, in this case, specifically, 1518 01:10:40,125 --> 01:10:42,193 is probably the biggest one of them all. 1519 01:10:42,195 --> 01:10:43,863 Thank you so much. 1520 01:10:49,035 --> 01:10:50,568 So we're just doin' that until the fifth, 1521 01:10:50,570 --> 01:10:53,136 tweakin' it everyday, makin' it perfect. 1522 01:10:53,138 --> 01:10:54,437 I'm takin' some time off. 1523 01:10:54,439 --> 01:10:56,977 Captain's asked me to, um... 1524 01:10:58,311 --> 01:10:59,246 Uh... 1525 01:11:02,915 --> 01:11:04,517 It's a mess, Morgan. 1526 01:11:05,951 --> 01:11:08,088 The whole thing's a mess. 1527 01:11:12,192 --> 01:11:13,158 Did you hear about 1528 01:11:13,160 --> 01:11:17,127 when Mom had to back out of the conservatory? 1529 01:11:17,129 --> 01:11:18,798 What's that? No. 1530 01:11:20,133 --> 01:11:22,300 Mom had her knee happen earlier in the year, 1531 01:11:22,302 --> 01:11:25,168 and Brittany Ray had just taken over at the ballet or, 1532 01:11:25,170 --> 01:11:26,102 or I think it was around then, 1533 01:11:26,104 --> 01:11:28,506 that they had come to her to do Swan Lake. 1534 01:11:28,508 --> 01:11:30,341 And she'd done it in the '90s. 1535 01:11:30,343 --> 01:11:31,876 Actually, I think it was seein' that show 1536 01:11:31,878 --> 01:11:33,511 that made her want to be a dancer. 1537 01:11:33,513 --> 01:11:36,582 Pawpaw took her; she was just a kid. 1538 01:11:37,851 --> 01:11:39,550 (SIGHS) Anyhow, they wanted her for it. 1539 01:11:39,552 --> 01:11:41,953 For Odette, the princess role? 1540 01:11:41,955 --> 01:11:43,887 And it was just for the Tulane Conservatory, you know. 1541 01:11:43,889 --> 01:11:45,623 It was no big deal or nothin', 1542 01:11:45,625 --> 01:11:47,624 but she went through three rounds of callbacks 1543 01:11:47,626 --> 01:11:50,293 before she finally admitted that she had had the surgery, 1544 01:11:50,295 --> 01:11:52,596 and that workin' so hard and doing those rehearsals 1545 01:11:52,598 --> 01:11:56,167 was the real reason that she ruined her knee. 1546 01:11:56,169 --> 01:11:58,069 She couldn't do it anymore. 1547 01:11:58,071 --> 01:12:01,207 That's why she taught from the chair. 1548 01:12:02,442 --> 01:12:04,141 When was that? 1549 01:12:04,143 --> 01:12:09,216 (SIGHS) Would've been after the storm, 2006, 2007. 1550 01:12:11,017 --> 01:12:13,383 I have no memory of that. 1551 01:12:13,385 --> 01:12:15,252 Where wa... Was I at the academy? 1552 01:12:15,254 --> 01:12:17,087 Oh, she never told anybody. 1553 01:12:17,089 --> 01:12:20,591 I had to hear about it from Brittany last week. (SCOFFS) 1554 01:12:20,593 --> 01:12:22,159 I mean, can you imagine? 1555 01:12:22,161 --> 01:12:24,895 She was driving an hour every night to kill her knee 1556 01:12:24,897 --> 01:12:26,230 because she couldn't admit to anyone 1557 01:12:26,232 --> 01:12:28,966 that she wasn't up to it. 1558 01:12:28,968 --> 01:12:31,438 God, she was sneaky like that. 1559 01:12:33,039 --> 01:12:35,041 That's how we lost her. 1560 01:12:36,041 --> 01:12:36,977 Anyway. 1561 01:12:48,687 --> 01:12:53,291 What was it like growin' up with her as a mom? 1562 01:12:53,293 --> 01:12:55,228 As a daughter, I mean. 1563 01:12:57,129 --> 01:13:02,134 You feel like, as a girl, growin' up with a mom was enough? 1564 01:13:05,138 --> 01:13:06,339 It was fine. 1565 01:13:09,275 --> 01:13:13,476 (SCOFFS) Everybody wants two parents. 1566 01:13:13,478 --> 01:13:17,315 I got no more tears for that, hardly. 1567 01:13:17,317 --> 01:13:21,017 You two didn't have the pressure to be successful. 1568 01:13:21,019 --> 01:13:23,253 Y'all were already doing well, 1569 01:13:23,255 --> 01:13:25,189 and I know we talked about this at the barbecue, 1570 01:13:25,191 --> 01:13:27,994 but I just never got the feeling 1571 01:13:28,728 --> 01:13:31,998 that she ever really approved of me. 1572 01:13:33,499 --> 01:13:37,437 Yeah, yeah, I remember hearing you say that. 1573 01:13:38,437 --> 01:13:42,138 Remember drivin' home and I was thinkin' about... 1574 01:13:42,140 --> 01:13:43,239 What that would look like, 1575 01:13:43,241 --> 01:13:46,977 a parent who doesn't approve of their child, but... 1576 01:13:46,979 --> 01:13:48,745 I mean, she never acted like to you. 1577 01:13:48,747 --> 01:13:50,580 So I don't know where that comes from. 1578 01:13:50,582 --> 01:13:52,315 I mean, Jeff and I started so quick, 1579 01:13:52,317 --> 01:13:54,517 and she was there to help with the boys and everything, 1580 01:13:54,519 --> 01:13:56,453 but she didn't come to half the birthday parties 1581 01:13:56,455 --> 01:13:58,388 that she did for Crystal. 1582 01:13:58,390 --> 01:14:00,291 Oh, don't, I mean, y'all live out here. 1583 01:14:00,293 --> 01:14:02,126 Well, I woulda gone and picked her up. 1584 01:14:02,128 --> 01:14:04,328 (SIGHS) We built that room for her at the top of the stairs, 1585 01:14:04,330 --> 01:14:08,132 and she only used it but the one time. 1586 01:14:08,134 --> 01:14:10,034 She gave you Mawmaw's earrings, 1587 01:14:10,036 --> 01:14:12,372 and you can't even wear 'em. 1588 01:14:14,339 --> 01:14:19,411 I don't know. (SNIFFLING) 1589 01:14:19,812 --> 01:14:21,214 You got money? 1590 01:14:23,316 --> 01:14:24,681 What? 1591 01:14:24,683 --> 01:14:26,684 Oh, yeah, no, that's... 1592 01:14:26,686 --> 01:14:28,284 Go on with what you were sayin'. 1593 01:14:28,286 --> 01:14:31,154 I can't do this right now. (SNIFFLING) 1594 01:14:31,156 --> 01:14:32,623 I got this stupid meeting in an hour, 1595 01:14:32,625 --> 01:14:35,793 and I gotta get ready for it. 1596 01:14:35,795 --> 01:14:41,067 I'm gonna get all worked up. (SIGHS HEAVILY) 1597 01:14:42,468 --> 01:14:45,271 I've caught you at a bad time. 1598 01:14:45,937 --> 01:14:49,340 No, uh, stay and we'll have dinner later, 1599 01:14:49,342 --> 01:14:51,409 and I just got a bunch of breakfast stuff for tomorrow. 1600 01:14:51,411 --> 01:14:52,642 It's fine. 1601 01:14:52,644 --> 01:14:54,044 I just wanted to see you and let you know how I was doin'. 1602 01:14:54,046 --> 01:14:55,012 Jimmy, stay! 1603 01:14:55,014 --> 01:14:55,645 You wouldn't have driven all the way out here 1604 01:14:55,647 --> 01:14:56,146 if you weren't gonna stay. 1605 01:14:56,148 --> 01:14:57,080 You woulda called. 1606 01:14:57,082 --> 01:14:58,716 That's all right, I'll call next time. 1607 01:14:58,718 --> 01:15:01,052 Jimmy, don't be difficult. 1608 01:15:01,054 --> 01:15:03,486 That's my middle name, isn't it? 1609 01:15:03,488 --> 01:15:05,288 Let's do that phone call sometime soon. 1610 01:15:05,290 --> 01:15:07,158 I'm lookin' forward to it. 1611 01:15:07,160 --> 01:15:09,162 Yeah, that'd be nice. 1612 01:15:10,763 --> 01:15:12,631 You want a to go cup? 1613 01:15:29,081 --> 01:15:31,750 (WATER SLOSHING) 1614 01:15:49,602 --> 01:15:53,540 (TRAIN WHISTLING IN DISTANCE) 1615 01:16:35,881 --> 01:16:39,885 (FOOTSTEPS CRUNCHING IN GRASS) 1616 01:16:41,920 --> 01:16:44,356 Hey, Mom, this is stupid. 1617 01:16:47,425 --> 01:16:50,429 (CARS RUMBLING BY) 1618 01:16:57,769 --> 01:16:59,403 So, yeah, so I lost Crystal, 1619 01:16:59,405 --> 01:17:00,236 and I don't know what to do, 1620 01:17:00,238 --> 01:17:03,574 and I wish you were here to tell me. 1621 01:17:03,576 --> 01:17:04,941 Sometimes I'm actually glad you're not 1622 01:17:04,943 --> 01:17:07,177 'cause you'd be ashamed of me. 1623 01:17:07,179 --> 01:17:07,914 I get it. 1624 01:17:09,415 --> 01:17:10,884 I guess I'm lucky. 1625 01:17:14,786 --> 01:17:17,654 But I did everything that I could, 1626 01:17:17,656 --> 01:17:20,423 and I had to sell the dance academy to pay for the lawyers, 1627 01:17:20,425 --> 01:17:24,563 and I lost, (SOBBING) I'm sorry. 1628 01:17:26,665 --> 01:17:28,899 I wish I could go back. 1629 01:17:28,901 --> 01:17:32,839 I'd a done it different, I'd a listened to ya. 1630 01:17:34,439 --> 01:17:38,275 Your headstone looks beautiful, by the way. (CRYING) 1631 01:17:38,277 --> 01:17:43,316 A lot of these are pretty tacky (SNIFFS) yeah. 1632 01:17:45,617 --> 01:17:49,354 Yours is nice; it just says "Mother" on it. 1633 01:17:51,424 --> 01:17:53,724 I thought it was gonna be spooky out here. 1634 01:17:53,726 --> 01:17:56,329 It's not bad. I'll come back. 1635 01:17:57,530 --> 01:17:59,866 Hate to think you're lonely. 1636 01:18:01,601 --> 01:18:02,535 Anyway. 1637 01:18:04,237 --> 01:18:08,741 If you're tryin' to help me, you don't have to anymore. 1638 01:18:09,909 --> 01:18:11,911 Help Morgan if you can. 1639 01:18:17,250 --> 01:18:19,283 (CAR ENGINE HUMMING) 1640 01:18:19,285 --> 01:18:22,755 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1641 01:18:26,892 --> 01:18:30,296 (SIREN WAILS BRIEFLY) 1642 01:18:40,339 --> 01:18:42,640 (OFFICER MUTTERING) 1643 01:18:42,642 --> 01:18:44,574 JIM: What's goin' on? I'm sober! 1644 01:18:44,576 --> 01:18:45,842 Hey, it's me! 1645 01:18:45,844 --> 01:18:46,510 I'm sober! 1646 01:18:46,512 --> 01:18:47,645 I'm sober, what's goin' on? 1647 01:18:47,647 --> 01:18:48,779 DOUG: Pick up your phone. 1648 01:18:48,781 --> 01:18:49,712 JIM: What? 1649 01:18:49,714 --> 01:18:53,550 DOUG: Your phone! Pick up your phone. 1650 01:18:53,552 --> 01:18:55,285 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1651 01:18:55,287 --> 01:18:56,419 JIM: What's goin' on? I've been drinkin'. 1652 01:18:56,421 --> 01:18:57,954 DOUG: They're tryin' to call you. 1653 01:18:57,956 --> 01:18:58,821 JIM: I'm locked, I'm locked out. 1654 01:18:58,823 --> 01:19:00,791 I locked myself out of my car, I guess. 1655 01:19:00,793 --> 01:19:01,658 What's goin' on? 1656 01:19:01,660 --> 01:19:03,694 DOUG: I don't... They just sent me to... 1657 01:19:03,696 --> 01:19:04,994 JIM: Oh, you don't know! 1658 01:19:04,996 --> 01:19:05,995 - Fuckin' find out! - DOUG: OK. 1659 01:19:05,997 --> 01:19:07,664 Why would you pull me over if you don't know! 1660 01:19:07,666 --> 01:19:08,699 - DOUG: OK, I call it... - What's goin' on? 1661 01:19:08,701 --> 01:19:09,266 - Why do they need me? - DOUG: I'll call it in! 1662 01:19:09,268 --> 01:19:11,601 Goddamn! Is my house? 1663 01:19:11,603 --> 01:19:13,703 What's your name again, Doug? 1664 01:19:13,705 --> 01:19:14,706 Fuck, Doug! 1665 01:19:15,741 --> 01:19:16,676 Goddamn! 1666 01:19:17,942 --> 01:19:18,878 Goddamn! 1667 01:19:20,079 --> 01:19:23,750 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1668 01:19:25,384 --> 01:19:28,017 (HARD THUMP) Ow! (HARD THUMP) Ow! (HARD THUMP) Ow! 1669 01:19:28,019 --> 01:19:29,319 Fuck! You got a stick? 1670 01:19:29,321 --> 01:19:30,386 Hey! (SNAPS FINGERS) You got a stick? 1671 01:19:30,388 --> 01:19:31,523 DOUG: Yep. 1672 01:19:32,457 --> 01:19:35,928 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1673 01:19:40,433 --> 01:19:41,864 How do I, how do I, all right. 1674 01:19:41,866 --> 01:19:44,668 Does it have a little coop on it? 1675 01:19:44,670 --> 01:19:47,674 (GLASS SHATTERING) 1676 01:19:49,375 --> 01:19:50,376 Goddamn it. 1677 01:19:50,976 --> 01:19:53,810 Fuck me. (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1678 01:19:53,812 --> 01:19:55,044 It's dead, it's dead. 1679 01:19:55,046 --> 01:19:56,946 The battery life on these fuckin' things. 1680 01:19:56,948 --> 01:19:58,349 270 Winthrop? 1681 01:19:58,351 --> 01:20:00,820 That's my wife's house, 270? 1682 01:20:01,620 --> 01:20:03,587 That's my wife's house. 1683 01:20:03,589 --> 01:20:05,588 (CAR ENGINE REVVING) 1684 01:20:05,590 --> 01:20:08,025 (BRAKES SQUEAL) 1685 01:20:08,027 --> 01:20:10,593 JIM: What happened? What happened? 1686 01:20:10,595 --> 01:20:11,994 - NATE: She's fine. - JIM: What happened? 1687 01:20:11,996 --> 01:20:12,662 Honey, what happened? 1688 01:20:12,664 --> 01:20:13,763 She's just fine, she's OK. 1689 01:20:13,765 --> 01:20:14,631 JIM: What happened? 1690 01:20:14,633 --> 01:20:16,065 Are you OK? What happened? 1691 01:20:16,067 --> 01:20:17,101 What happened? 1692 01:20:17,103 --> 01:20:17,967 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1693 01:20:17,969 --> 01:20:21,506 (JIM BREATHING HEAVILY) 1694 01:20:27,713 --> 01:20:29,645 She have to see any of that? 1695 01:20:29,647 --> 01:20:32,584 She's the one that called it in. 1696 01:20:33,585 --> 01:20:35,151 You did great, honey. 1697 01:20:35,153 --> 01:20:37,387 You did great, honey, you did so good. 1698 01:20:37,389 --> 01:20:38,388 (CRYSTAL SOBBING) 1699 01:20:38,390 --> 01:20:39,256 Go with Uncle Nate. 1700 01:20:39,258 --> 01:20:40,657 You gotta go with Uncle Nate, honey. 1701 01:20:40,659 --> 01:20:42,760 I'm sorry, but you coulda called me. 1702 01:20:42,762 --> 01:20:43,761 You coulda called me, honey. (CRYSTAL CRYING) 1703 01:20:43,763 --> 01:20:46,529 NATE: It's OK. (police radio chattering) 1704 01:20:46,531 --> 01:20:48,668 Why didn't she call me? 1705 01:21:10,054 --> 01:21:14,393 (FLOORBOARDS CREAKING UNDERFOOT) 1706 01:21:44,924 --> 01:21:45,858 Yeah. 1707 01:21:48,460 --> 01:21:49,195 Sad. 1708 01:21:52,063 --> 01:21:54,133 (SIGHS) 1709 01:21:56,936 --> 01:21:59,871 I will never forgive you for this. 1710 01:22:07,713 --> 01:22:11,047 I've hated your for a long time, 1711 01:22:11,049 --> 01:22:13,652 but it was nothin' like this. 1712 01:22:17,555 --> 01:22:20,159 (SIGHS HEAVILY) 1713 01:22:21,960 --> 01:22:24,496 You were a wonderful mother, 1714 01:22:25,563 --> 01:22:27,767 and you were so beautiful, 1715 01:22:29,067 --> 01:22:32,472 and you let everything get in the way. 1716 01:22:36,075 --> 01:22:37,009 So... 1717 01:22:39,245 --> 01:22:41,781 This is from me and Crystal. 1718 01:22:49,955 --> 01:22:53,155 And this is from Crystal's future husband and my mom. 1719 01:22:53,157 --> 01:22:56,027 (FORCEFUL PUNCH) 1720 01:23:06,205 --> 01:23:07,206 You good? 1721 01:23:08,540 --> 01:23:10,140 I'm good. 1722 01:23:10,142 --> 01:23:11,975 She's in the bus right now with Sharon. 1723 01:23:11,977 --> 01:23:13,043 I got someone headed to pick up your car. 1724 01:23:13,045 --> 01:23:14,845 You got keys? 1725 01:23:14,847 --> 01:23:15,848 Uh, here. 1726 01:23:17,182 --> 01:23:18,181 Captain's on the phone right now 1727 01:23:18,183 --> 01:23:19,882 with CPS about your character. 1728 01:23:19,884 --> 01:23:20,917 I think you got her. 1729 01:23:20,919 --> 01:23:22,319 They're calling it non-pursuable jurisdiction. 1730 01:23:22,321 --> 01:23:23,185 (SIREN WAILING IN DISTANCE) 1731 01:23:23,187 --> 01:23:24,988 Oh, we've got people lookin' for Chris. 1732 01:23:24,990 --> 01:23:27,090 Yeah, find him; you don't want me to. 1733 01:23:27,092 --> 01:23:30,763 (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) 1734 01:23:40,339 --> 01:23:42,038 (JIM CRYING) 1735 01:23:42,040 --> 01:23:43,340 NATE: It's fine, it's fine. 1736 01:23:43,342 --> 01:23:45,076 It's fine, it's OK. 1737 01:23:46,579 --> 01:23:48,848 It's just the neighborhood. 1738 01:23:49,747 --> 01:23:53,285 (POLICE RADIOS CHATTERING) 1739 01:24:00,058 --> 01:24:01,192 Hey, honey. 1740 01:24:04,028 --> 01:24:06,896 Yeah, come over here, it's fine. 1741 01:24:06,898 --> 01:24:07,730 It's fine, honey. 1742 01:24:07,732 --> 01:24:09,231 CRYSTAL: She wouldn't wake up. 1743 01:24:09,233 --> 01:24:13,936 I know, honey, (CRYING) I'm so sorry. 1744 01:24:13,938 --> 01:24:14,971 Let me talk to you for a second. 1745 01:24:14,973 --> 01:24:16,138 I gotta talk to you about somethin' important. 1746 01:24:16,140 --> 01:24:18,811 You gotta listen for a second. 1747 01:24:21,245 --> 01:24:23,212 Did Mom ever talk to you about Grandma? 1748 01:24:23,214 --> 01:24:25,015 CRYSTAL: No. 1749 01:24:25,017 --> 01:24:25,849 Yeah. 1750 01:24:25,851 --> 01:24:27,950 (CRYSTAL SNIFFLES) 1751 01:24:27,952 --> 01:24:29,386 Well, look. (SNIFFS) 1752 01:24:29,388 --> 01:24:31,957 Just because somebody leaves, 1753 01:24:36,762 --> 01:24:40,797 just because somebody chooses to leave, 1754 01:24:40,799 --> 01:24:44,368 that doesn't mean they didn't wanna be here with you. 1755 01:24:44,370 --> 01:24:47,370 It means they had a hard time of things. 1756 01:24:47,372 --> 01:24:49,308 A lot for some people. 1757 01:24:50,942 --> 01:24:52,945 That's not gonna be us. 1758 01:24:53,879 --> 01:24:57,748 And you and I are gonna have a hard time for a long while. 1759 01:24:57,750 --> 01:25:00,883 Might even have to go and talk to some people, 1760 01:25:00,885 --> 01:25:04,421 but before you know it, everything will be back to normal. 1761 01:25:04,423 --> 01:25:08,893 And I'm gonna be the best dad ever, you understand? 1762 01:25:11,295 --> 01:25:13,765 I gotta get you out a here. 1763 01:25:14,799 --> 01:25:17,135 It's a dead end living here. 1764 01:25:18,137 --> 01:25:19,735 Move to a city. 1765 01:25:19,737 --> 01:25:23,739 Pack up the house and go tonight if we have to. 1766 01:25:23,741 --> 01:25:27,278 (SOBS) Oh God, it's the song. 1767 01:25:33,251 --> 01:25:36,319 (SNIFFING) 1768 01:25:36,321 --> 01:25:37,453 Sorry, honey. 1769 01:25:37,455 --> 01:25:39,855 Daddy's realizing he's had this conversation before. 1770 01:25:39,857 --> 01:25:41,726 I was about your age. 1771 01:25:42,460 --> 01:25:44,062 How'd she say it? 1772 01:25:49,401 --> 01:25:52,069 I can't make you leave. 1773 01:25:52,071 --> 01:25:55,105 You gotta want more for yourself. 1774 01:25:55,107 --> 01:25:56,373 I can't promise you 1775 01:25:56,375 --> 01:26:00,112 it's not gonna get much better living here. 1776 01:26:01,412 --> 01:26:02,947 What do you say? 1777 01:26:04,183 --> 01:26:07,383 You wanna hop in the car with me? 1778 01:26:07,385 --> 01:26:09,854 You wanna runaway together? 1779 01:26:12,890 --> 01:26:15,358 Yeah. (SNIFFS) 1780 01:26:15,360 --> 01:26:16,392 JIM: Yeah? 1781 01:26:16,394 --> 01:26:17,396 Yeah, OK. 1782 01:26:19,831 --> 01:26:20,900 All right. 1783 01:26:22,500 --> 01:26:24,501 All right, I'm gonna take you home. 1784 01:26:24,503 --> 01:26:26,069 Actually, I can't take you home. 1785 01:26:26,071 --> 01:26:27,837 Hold on, wait for a second. 1786 01:26:27,839 --> 01:26:29,038 Hey, Nate! My house. 1787 01:26:29,040 --> 01:26:30,306 Yeah, what? 1788 01:26:30,308 --> 01:26:31,910 JIM: My house. 1789 01:26:33,378 --> 01:26:35,412 Yeah, yeah, I'm on it. 1790 01:26:35,414 --> 01:26:37,015 I'm... I'm on it. 1791 01:26:37,950 --> 01:26:42,088 (TENDER GUITAR AND STRING MUSIC) 1792 01:26:55,032 --> 01:26:56,766 This is gonna be so lame. 1793 01:26:56,768 --> 01:26:58,168 No it's not, honey, you're gonna love it. 1794 01:26:58,170 --> 01:26:59,535 Put your shawl on. 1795 01:26:59,537 --> 01:27:01,203 Why do I have to wear a shawl? 1796 01:27:01,205 --> 01:27:03,440 'Cause that's what girls do when they go to the ballet. 1797 01:27:03,442 --> 01:27:06,142 Don't complain; stop being a little Grinch. 1798 01:27:06,144 --> 01:27:07,077 Gimme that. 1799 01:27:07,079 --> 01:27:08,179 Oh, my god! 1800 01:27:10,148 --> 01:27:12,418 (APPLAUSE) 1801 01:27:19,124 --> 01:27:21,256 (TENDER GUITAR AND VIOLIN MUSIC) 1802 01:30:02,884 --> 01:30:07,884 For more new Movies go to xPau.se