1 00:00:42,409 --> 00:00:47,046 Rich city folk live in fancy apartments, 2 00:00:49,482 --> 00:00:53,018 but their air's so polluted, they can't even see the stars. 3 00:00:58,825 --> 00:01:00,893 We'd have to be out of our minds 4 00:01:00,895 --> 00:01:02,895 to trade places with any of 'em. 5 00:01:09,469 --> 00:01:11,270 ...and I have four sources saying that it is. 6 00:01:11,272 --> 00:01:12,471 And what did he say? 7 00:01:12,473 --> 00:01:15,641 He said, "Jeannette walls, 8 00:01:15,643 --> 00:01:17,176 "you are nothing but a bottom-feeder 9 00:01:17,178 --> 00:01:19,311 "with a silly little gossip column. 10 00:01:19,313 --> 00:01:20,946 "If you print this story, 11 00:01:20,948 --> 00:01:23,715 "i will have my lawyers crawl so far up your ass 12 00:01:23,717 --> 00:01:26,218 "that you will taste their ink in your mouth." 13 00:01:26,220 --> 00:01:28,287 Oh, my gosh! What did you say? 14 00:01:28,289 --> 00:01:29,521 I thanked him for the perfect kicker quote 15 00:01:29,523 --> 00:01:30,622 and hung up the phone. 16 00:01:32,159 --> 00:01:34,293 The whole office gave her a standing ovation. 17 00:01:34,295 --> 00:01:35,761 And you ran it? 18 00:01:35,763 --> 00:01:37,596 Oh, heck, yeah, I ran it. Where I come from, 19 00:01:37,598 --> 00:01:39,565 you never miss an opportunity to serve a bully 20 00:01:39,567 --> 00:01:40,966 a slice of humble pie. 21 00:01:43,603 --> 00:01:45,070 Could you box this up for me? 22 00:01:45,072 --> 00:01:46,738 And maybe yours, too, if you're not gonna eat it? 23 00:01:48,608 --> 00:01:50,008 Yeah. 24 00:01:50,010 --> 00:01:51,343 She's just kidding. 25 00:01:51,345 --> 00:01:53,712 No, I'm not. I never joke about food. 26 00:01:53,714 --> 00:01:56,348 So, where are you from, miss walls? 27 00:01:56,350 --> 00:02:00,052 I think I detect a slight twang in there somewhere. 28 00:02:00,054 --> 00:02:03,856 Jeannette grew up in Virginia surrounded by trees 29 00:02:03,858 --> 00:02:08,060 and fields of wild flowers. If we could all be so lucky. 30 00:02:08,062 --> 00:02:10,929 Mmm. I own a mining company near Richmond. 31 00:02:10,931 --> 00:02:12,131 Your folks still there? 32 00:02:13,199 --> 00:02:15,334 Ah, yep, they are. They have 33 00:02:15,336 --> 00:02:17,402 a little house there on a hill overlooking a river 34 00:02:17,404 --> 00:02:19,738 and they love it, yeah. 35 00:02:19,740 --> 00:02:20,839 And what do they do? 36 00:02:22,408 --> 00:02:24,543 My mom is an artist. 37 00:02:24,545 --> 00:02:27,779 My dad, um, is an engineer. 38 00:02:27,781 --> 00:02:29,448 He's developing a technology that'll burn 39 00:02:29,450 --> 00:02:31,783 low-grade bituminous coal more efficiently. 40 00:02:31,785 --> 00:02:33,952 Wow. 41 00:02:33,954 --> 00:02:36,855 You have him give me a call when he has that figured out. 42 00:02:36,857 --> 00:02:38,190 I sure will. 43 00:02:38,192 --> 00:02:39,525 And what do they think of you 44 00:02:39,527 --> 00:02:40,859 hitching up with this big city boy? 45 00:02:42,795 --> 00:02:45,931 Well, I haven't told them yet. 46 00:02:45,933 --> 00:02:48,767 Well, Tiffany still hasn't told her parents about me, 47 00:02:48,769 --> 00:02:50,536 and we've been together over a year. 48 00:02:52,339 --> 00:02:53,739 Well, you better hurry up. 49 00:02:53,741 --> 00:02:55,040 Who knows how much time he's got left? 50 00:03:03,249 --> 00:03:05,217 That was unbelievable. 51 00:03:05,219 --> 00:03:07,719 I can't believe he gave you the account on the spot. 52 00:03:07,721 --> 00:03:09,588 I know. This is huge for the firm. 53 00:03:09,590 --> 00:03:11,890 I'm taking you with me to all of these from now on. 54 00:03:13,726 --> 00:03:15,160 I'm gonna be home soon. 55 00:03:15,162 --> 00:03:16,261 I just wanna have everything ready for him 56 00:03:16,263 --> 00:03:17,329 to sign in the morning. 57 00:03:17,331 --> 00:03:18,397 All right. 58 00:03:19,599 --> 00:03:22,334 Hey, when it comes to my family, 59 00:03:22,336 --> 00:03:24,002 let me do the lying. Okay? 60 00:03:25,672 --> 00:03:26,738 You got it. 61 00:03:29,776 --> 00:03:31,777 Hey, don't forget your leftovers. 62 00:03:31,779 --> 00:03:33,445 See you at home. Love you. Bye. 63 00:03:55,969 --> 00:03:57,336 You in a hurry? 64 00:03:57,338 --> 00:03:58,870 Come on, man! 65 00:04:02,942 --> 00:04:04,443 You need to get out of the street. 66 00:04:06,613 --> 00:04:07,646 Hey! 67 00:04:18,858 --> 00:04:20,993 Hello? Hey, Lori. 68 00:04:20,995 --> 00:04:22,394 Hey, Jeannette. What's goin' on? 69 00:04:26,767 --> 00:04:29,334 I just saw mom and dad diggin' through the trash downtown. 70 00:04:30,904 --> 00:04:32,638 Did mom find any new treasures? 71 00:04:37,010 --> 00:04:38,577 I didn't stop. 72 00:04:39,279 --> 00:04:41,113 What? Why not? 73 00:04:44,017 --> 00:04:45,617 I don't know. 74 00:04:46,786 --> 00:04:48,920 Are you okay? 75 00:04:52,558 --> 00:04:53,625 Jeannette... 76 00:05:04,237 --> 00:05:07,673 Mom, are we gonna have any lunch? 77 00:05:07,675 --> 00:05:10,008 Go outside and play with Brian and Lori. 78 00:05:11,344 --> 00:05:12,511 But I'm hungry. 79 00:05:16,350 --> 00:05:17,983 Would you rather me make you some food 80 00:05:17,985 --> 00:05:20,218 that'll be gone in an hour, 81 00:05:20,220 --> 00:05:23,021 or finish this painting that'll last forever? 82 00:05:26,259 --> 00:05:28,994 Go on. You know how to do it. 83 00:05:50,550 --> 00:05:52,451 How many do you want, mom? 84 00:05:52,453 --> 00:05:53,985 Two, please! 85 00:06:18,711 --> 00:06:19,811 Rex! 86 00:06:22,615 --> 00:06:23,815 Jeannette, 87 00:06:23,817 --> 00:06:25,350 can you tell miss Kelly 88 00:06:25,352 --> 00:06:28,687 why you were cooking hot dogs all by yourself? 89 00:06:28,689 --> 00:06:30,188 I cook all the time. 90 00:06:32,492 --> 00:06:35,494 You know, the address that your parents gave us 91 00:06:35,496 --> 00:06:36,895 doesn't seem to be right. 92 00:06:37,630 --> 00:06:39,197 Where do you live? 93 00:06:39,199 --> 00:06:42,634 All over. Dad says our home goes wherever we go. 94 00:06:42,636 --> 00:06:44,169 And where do you go to school? 95 00:06:47,474 --> 00:06:49,741 That's how gray wolves call for their family. 96 00:06:54,148 --> 00:06:56,114 Mountain goat, where the hell are you? 97 00:06:56,116 --> 00:06:57,749 I'm in here! 98 00:07:01,354 --> 00:07:03,321 Oh, sorry, doc, just havin' a little fun 99 00:07:03,323 --> 00:07:05,056 gettin' those healing endorphins goin'. 100 00:07:05,058 --> 00:07:06,491 Mr. walls, I'm doctor Taylor. 101 00:07:06,493 --> 00:07:08,160 No offense, you got a lot of sick on that hand. 102 00:07:08,162 --> 00:07:10,695 Uh, this here is miss Kelly. 103 00:07:10,697 --> 00:07:12,164 She's our resident social worker. 104 00:07:12,166 --> 00:07:14,232 These guys treatin' you okay? 105 00:07:14,234 --> 00:07:15,500 There's so much food here. 106 00:07:15,502 --> 00:07:17,669 You can eat as much as you want. 107 00:07:17,671 --> 00:07:19,271 Maybe I should break my arm. 108 00:07:19,273 --> 00:07:21,039 Me, too. 109 00:07:21,041 --> 00:07:22,407 What happened here? 110 00:07:22,409 --> 00:07:23,775 He fell off the couch 111 00:07:23,777 --> 00:07:25,177 and cracked his head open on the floor. 112 00:07:25,179 --> 00:07:26,344 He's fine. 113 00:07:26,346 --> 00:07:28,180 There was blood everywhere. 114 00:07:28,182 --> 00:07:29,681 You should check him in. 115 00:07:29,683 --> 00:07:32,083 One kid in the hospital at a time is enough. 116 00:07:32,085 --> 00:07:34,119 Besides, Brian's head is so hard, 117 00:07:34,121 --> 00:07:36,421 I think the floor took more damage than he did. 118 00:07:38,192 --> 00:07:40,425 Mr. walls, I don't find any of this very funny. 119 00:07:41,761 --> 00:07:43,628 Any of what, doc? 120 00:07:43,630 --> 00:07:44,729 These children need proper care, 121 00:07:44,731 --> 00:07:45,964 and you're making a joke of it. 122 00:07:49,068 --> 00:07:51,036 - Rex... - Dad! 123 00:07:52,338 --> 00:07:54,239 A veteran of the U.S. air force 124 00:07:54,241 --> 00:07:56,575 brings his little girl in here so you can wrap 125 00:07:56,577 --> 00:07:58,310 her in a band-aid and hand him a bill 126 00:07:58,312 --> 00:08:01,179 for more than a pilot makes in a year. 127 00:08:01,181 --> 00:08:03,448 Now, my family won't eat for three months 128 00:08:03,450 --> 00:08:05,784 so that you can drive a Cadillac. 129 00:08:05,786 --> 00:08:07,953 You're part of a system that is gettin' rich 130 00:08:07,955 --> 00:08:11,022 off of the human need to survive, doc. 131 00:08:11,024 --> 00:08:13,191 You call that "proper care"? 132 00:08:13,193 --> 00:08:16,528 Mr. walls, can we have a moment, please? 133 00:08:21,634 --> 00:08:24,503 Dad's in trouble, mountain goat. 134 00:08:24,505 --> 00:08:25,770 We'll be back. 135 00:08:27,740 --> 00:08:29,574 Come on, kids, time to go. 136 00:08:36,916 --> 00:08:38,750 Okay. 137 00:08:38,752 --> 00:08:40,252 In order to pull this off, 138 00:08:40,254 --> 00:08:42,821 every fiber in your being has got to believe 139 00:08:42,823 --> 00:08:44,222 that this is real. 140 00:08:44,224 --> 00:08:45,857 If you can convince yourself, 141 00:08:45,859 --> 00:08:48,827 then you can convince them, too. You got it? 142 00:08:50,296 --> 00:08:53,298 Good. Let's see that poker face. 143 00:08:53,300 --> 00:08:57,002 Regular face. Poker. Regular. Poker. 144 00:08:57,004 --> 00:08:59,471 Regular. Poker. Regular. Poker. 145 00:08:59,473 --> 00:09:00,872 Incredible. Let's go. 146 00:09:53,192 --> 00:09:57,062 Mornin', sunshine. You ready to skedaddle? 147 00:10:02,568 --> 00:10:04,135 Ready to go! Brian, wrap it up! 148 00:10:05,705 --> 00:10:06,771 Bye! 149 00:11:04,130 --> 00:11:07,565 I've been lookin' into this new solarban glass. 150 00:11:07,567 --> 00:11:10,902 It lets in the light, but blocks the radiation. 151 00:11:10,904 --> 00:11:14,439 It will drastically reduce our energy demands. 152 00:11:14,441 --> 00:11:18,009 Is it still gonna have glass walls and a glass ceiling? 153 00:11:18,011 --> 00:11:21,980 Of course! How else we gonna see the stars at night? 154 00:11:21,982 --> 00:11:24,716 You think my room can have glass stairs goin' up to it? 155 00:11:26,419 --> 00:11:30,989 That's a great idea. Uh, baby, take the wheel. 156 00:11:30,991 --> 00:11:33,224 Structurally, we could make that work 157 00:11:33,226 --> 00:11:36,795 if it was a spiral with a steel stringer. 158 00:11:36,797 --> 00:11:40,498 That way all the weight pushes in toward the middle. 159 00:11:40,500 --> 00:11:43,001 Just don't let it block any light to my studio. 160 00:11:43,003 --> 00:11:44,769 I need full exposure. 161 00:11:44,771 --> 00:11:47,138 Oh, I like full exposure from you, dear. 162 00:11:50,009 --> 00:11:51,543 You really think we'll build it? 163 00:11:52,178 --> 00:11:53,278 Of course. 164 00:11:53,280 --> 00:11:54,846 When? 165 00:11:54,848 --> 00:11:57,782 You know, this running around is only temporary. 166 00:11:57,784 --> 00:12:00,085 We just need the perfect location, 167 00:12:00,087 --> 00:12:02,320 and then we can get to work on our castle. 168 00:12:04,023 --> 00:12:07,092 - Okay, now who needs a book? - Me! 169 00:12:07,094 --> 00:12:08,159 Me! 170 00:12:08,161 --> 00:12:10,195 You can drive. 171 00:12:10,197 --> 00:12:12,197 Here's a new Zane grey adventure. 172 00:12:12,998 --> 00:12:14,499 And, oh, look... 173 00:12:14,501 --> 00:12:16,334 You'll love this one, Jeannette. 174 00:12:16,336 --> 00:12:18,369 Black beauty. 175 00:12:18,371 --> 00:12:21,673 It's like uncle tom's cabin but for horses. 176 00:12:21,675 --> 00:12:22,941 Doctor Taylor said 177 00:12:22,943 --> 00:12:24,843 stayin' home and reading books on our own 178 00:12:24,845 --> 00:12:27,445 isn't a well-rounded education. 179 00:12:27,447 --> 00:12:29,414 Mmm. Really? 180 00:12:29,416 --> 00:12:31,549 He said we should be goin' to a real school. 181 00:12:32,651 --> 00:12:34,252 A real school, huh? 182 00:12:47,133 --> 00:12:48,466 He's gonna kill us! 183 00:12:56,075 --> 00:12:57,308 Everyone out! 184 00:12:58,144 --> 00:12:59,177 Come on! 185 00:13:00,079 --> 00:13:02,147 Look at this! 186 00:13:02,149 --> 00:13:04,516 All those Juniper and Joshua trees 187 00:13:04,518 --> 00:13:06,384 have adapted to survive 188 00:13:06,386 --> 00:13:09,921 on only five inches of rainfall a year. 189 00:13:09,923 --> 00:13:13,024 That inselberg was formed from cooling magma 190 00:13:13,026 --> 00:13:15,593 over a hundred million years ago. 191 00:13:15,595 --> 00:13:18,763 Pretty soon the sun's comin' down, we'll be watchin' 192 00:13:18,765 --> 00:13:21,733 Orion and aquarius and horologium 193 00:13:21,735 --> 00:13:24,903 rotate through the night sky. 194 00:13:24,905 --> 00:13:27,605 This is as real as it gets, kids! 195 00:13:27,607 --> 00:13:31,042 And don't let no dumb-ass doctor tell you different. 196 00:13:31,044 --> 00:13:34,245 You learn from living! 197 00:13:34,247 --> 00:13:36,247 Everything else is a damn lie. 198 00:13:37,249 --> 00:13:39,450 Oh! Look at that! 199 00:13:39,452 --> 00:13:41,052 What is it, baby? 200 00:13:41,054 --> 00:13:45,390 That is the most beautiful tree I have ever seen! 201 00:13:45,392 --> 00:13:47,158 Someone get my canvas! 202 00:13:47,160 --> 00:13:51,629 Looks like we'll be sleepin' here tonight, kids. 203 00:13:51,631 --> 00:13:53,965 This is actually great for your posture. 204 00:13:55,301 --> 00:13:57,902 You know, the Indians never use pillows either, 205 00:13:57,904 --> 00:13:59,304 and look how straight they stand. 206 00:14:02,341 --> 00:14:03,641 Why that one? 207 00:14:06,012 --> 00:14:07,645 The wind's been beatin' that tree down 208 00:14:07,647 --> 00:14:09,013 since the day it was born. 209 00:14:09,982 --> 00:14:12,083 But it refuses to fall. 210 00:14:13,586 --> 00:14:15,486 It's the struggle that gives it its beauty. 211 00:14:49,788 --> 00:14:50,855 Dad. 212 00:14:52,591 --> 00:14:53,658 Dad? 213 00:14:54,693 --> 00:14:56,694 Huh? 214 00:14:56,696 --> 00:14:59,297 I think maybe I saw something out there. 215 00:15:01,700 --> 00:15:04,969 All right. Did you get a good look at it? 216 00:15:06,939 --> 00:15:08,273 Not really. 217 00:15:10,075 --> 00:15:14,345 Was he a big ol' hairy son of a bitch 218 00:15:14,347 --> 00:15:18,349 with the damndest lookin' teeth and claws? 219 00:15:18,351 --> 00:15:20,618 Maybe. Mmm-hmm. 220 00:15:21,353 --> 00:15:23,121 And, uh, 221 00:15:23,123 --> 00:15:27,425 did it have pointy ears and evil eyes with fire in 'em? 222 00:15:29,528 --> 00:15:31,195 You've seen him, too? 223 00:15:31,197 --> 00:15:35,600 Oh, yeah, yeah. I been chasin' that demon for years. 224 00:15:37,836 --> 00:15:39,103 Where'd you see him? 225 00:15:41,473 --> 00:15:42,573 Ow! 226 00:15:45,711 --> 00:15:47,312 We gotta get that off you. 227 00:15:50,516 --> 00:15:54,719 It's okay. Fire can't get you here. 228 00:15:54,721 --> 00:16:00,258 We're just gonna let this wound breathe a little. Yeah? 229 00:16:00,260 --> 00:16:03,428 Now, I want you to just hold this puppy right there. 230 00:16:07,199 --> 00:16:08,800 You see the top of the flames 231 00:16:08,802 --> 00:16:11,135 where the yellow dissolves into the heat? 232 00:16:12,538 --> 00:16:14,505 That zone is known in physics 233 00:16:14,507 --> 00:16:17,475 as the boundary between turbulence and order. 234 00:16:19,244 --> 00:16:23,214 It's a place where no rules apply. 235 00:16:23,216 --> 00:16:25,950 Or at least they haven't figured 'em out yet. 236 00:16:27,586 --> 00:16:29,921 That's all life is, 237 00:16:29,923 --> 00:16:34,892 bunch of molecules bouncin' off each other at random. 238 00:16:34,894 --> 00:16:39,230 So there's no point in tryin' to find a reason or pattern 239 00:16:39,232 --> 00:16:42,433 for why you were born at a certain time 240 00:16:42,435 --> 00:16:45,670 and why you got bit by that fire. 241 00:16:45,672 --> 00:16:49,674 You just got a little too close to the chaos is all. 242 00:16:52,745 --> 00:16:54,012 You understand? 243 00:16:58,051 --> 00:16:59,984 I'm not sure I do either. 244 00:17:04,923 --> 00:17:07,325 There. How's that feel? 245 00:17:30,082 --> 00:17:31,549 Jeannette? Yeah? 246 00:17:32,985 --> 00:17:34,652 I've got a surprise for you in here. 247 00:17:36,488 --> 00:17:37,755 Okay! 248 00:17:39,858 --> 00:17:42,860 You... you said it was fun. 249 00:17:42,862 --> 00:17:45,163 No. I said it was funny. 250 00:17:45,165 --> 00:17:47,365 Okay, well... And it's very overpriced. 251 00:17:48,467 --> 00:17:50,568 It's Italian, that's why. 252 00:17:50,570 --> 00:17:53,771 Just sit down in it. Enjoy the chair for a second. 253 00:17:56,875 --> 00:17:58,843 Just wiggle around in it a little bit. 254 00:18:00,245 --> 00:18:01,879 You're not wiggling... There you go. 255 00:18:03,982 --> 00:18:05,550 I'll take it back. That's fine. 256 00:18:05,552 --> 00:18:07,151 No, no, it's fine. 257 00:18:07,153 --> 00:18:08,186 Don't worry about it. I'll take the chair back. 258 00:18:08,188 --> 00:18:09,554 It's not about the chair. 259 00:18:09,556 --> 00:18:11,589 I... 260 00:18:11,591 --> 00:18:13,424 I'm gettin' lunch with my mom today. 261 00:18:21,333 --> 00:18:23,901 I didn't tell you 'cause i didn't want you to worry. 262 00:18:23,903 --> 00:18:27,071 Are you gonna tell her about us? 263 00:18:29,208 --> 00:18:30,975 I'm gonna have to tell her at some point. 264 00:18:32,377 --> 00:18:33,444 Okay. 265 00:18:34,513 --> 00:18:36,881 Okay. 266 00:18:36,883 --> 00:18:40,251 Just please try to not let her 267 00:18:40,253 --> 00:18:41,786 dump her crap on you this time. 268 00:18:43,088 --> 00:18:44,789 That's what parents are for. 269 00:18:44,791 --> 00:18:46,924 Can you just try, though? 270 00:18:46,926 --> 00:18:48,659 Of course I'll try. Thank you. 271 00:18:57,236 --> 00:18:58,302 Mom... 272 00:19:01,740 --> 00:19:03,441 Yeah, your dad said he saw you pass by 273 00:19:03,443 --> 00:19:04,942 in a cab the other night. 274 00:19:04,944 --> 00:19:07,612 Acted like we weren't even there. 275 00:19:07,614 --> 00:19:10,081 You shouldn't be ashamed of us just 'cause we choose 276 00:19:10,083 --> 00:19:11,916 a different lifestyle than you. 277 00:19:11,918 --> 00:19:13,251 Being homeless in New York City 278 00:19:13,253 --> 00:19:15,453 does not count as a lifestyle choice. 279 00:19:15,455 --> 00:19:17,121 Well, if we heard from you more, 280 00:19:17,123 --> 00:19:18,623 you'd know that we found a lovely place 281 00:19:18,625 --> 00:19:20,691 on the lower east side. 282 00:19:20,693 --> 00:19:23,161 Lori says you're squatting in an abandoned building. 283 00:19:23,163 --> 00:19:25,796 That does not sound safe, mom. 284 00:19:25,798 --> 00:19:27,665 When did you lose your sense of adventure? 285 00:19:28,767 --> 00:19:30,001 I have a little bit of money now. 286 00:19:30,003 --> 00:19:31,202 I can help you if you want. 287 00:19:31,204 --> 00:19:32,637 Mmm-mmm-mmm. 288 00:19:32,639 --> 00:19:35,173 We're fine. You're the one who needs help. 289 00:19:35,175 --> 00:19:38,042 Look at you. Your values are all confused. 290 00:19:43,148 --> 00:19:44,382 Mmm. 291 00:19:45,884 --> 00:19:47,885 So what did you want to talk about? 292 00:19:52,157 --> 00:19:53,457 I'm gettin' married. 293 00:19:57,496 --> 00:19:59,730 To the accountant? 294 00:19:59,732 --> 00:20:01,899 David is a financial analyst. 295 00:20:03,135 --> 00:20:05,670 Well, I... I don't mean to be rude, 296 00:20:05,672 --> 00:20:06,904 but isn't he a little... 297 00:20:08,006 --> 00:20:10,074 Mom, David is good for me. 298 00:20:11,510 --> 00:20:13,077 You mean he's got money. 299 00:20:14,012 --> 00:20:15,580 I mean I'm in love with him. 300 00:20:18,183 --> 00:20:19,383 Hmm. 301 00:20:22,421 --> 00:20:24,055 Can I see that again? 302 00:20:28,594 --> 00:20:30,428 Hmm. Well... 303 00:20:32,164 --> 00:20:33,531 I just hope you've got a good plan 304 00:20:33,533 --> 00:20:35,266 for telling your dad, because this 305 00:20:36,735 --> 00:20:38,436 is gonna kill him. 306 00:20:46,012 --> 00:20:48,779 Shh, it's okay. I'm right here. 307 00:20:50,882 --> 00:20:53,384 Everything's gonna be okay, Maureen. 308 00:20:53,386 --> 00:20:55,353 I'm gonna take care of you. 309 00:20:59,291 --> 00:21:00,992 Let's go, kids! 310 00:21:00,994 --> 00:21:03,628 Time to pull up stakes and leave this hell-hole behind! 311 00:21:03,630 --> 00:21:05,896 - What's going on? - Feds are on our tail! 312 00:21:05,898 --> 00:21:08,699 Really? He means the bill collectors. 313 00:21:08,701 --> 00:21:11,569 Truck leaves in 15 minutes! 314 00:21:11,571 --> 00:21:13,537 Now, there's not enough room in the cab, 315 00:21:13,539 --> 00:21:15,806 so you guys are in for a real treat. 316 00:21:16,742 --> 00:21:18,376 You get to ride in the back. 317 00:21:18,378 --> 00:21:19,877 What? 318 00:21:19,879 --> 00:21:22,380 Hey, it's not an ideal scenario for anyone, 319 00:21:22,382 --> 00:21:24,548 so we'll just try to make the best of it. 320 00:21:24,550 --> 00:21:26,917 It'll be kinda like that rotor ride at the fair. 321 00:21:26,919 --> 00:21:29,086 Except without any lights or oxygen. 322 00:21:29,088 --> 00:21:30,388 Oh, don't be so dramatic. 323 00:21:30,390 --> 00:21:32,056 It'll be an adventure. 324 00:21:32,058 --> 00:21:34,925 Be careful. 325 00:21:34,927 --> 00:21:37,328 There you go. Okay, scoot back. 326 00:21:39,398 --> 00:21:41,265 How long do we have to be back here? 327 00:21:41,267 --> 00:21:42,867 Don't worry. 328 00:21:42,869 --> 00:21:44,735 This'll be the last time you have to do this. 329 00:21:50,275 --> 00:21:53,110 Welcome to the oldest mining town in Utah. 330 00:21:53,112 --> 00:21:54,445 I thought that was the last town. 331 00:21:54,447 --> 00:21:55,746 Me, too. 332 00:21:55,748 --> 00:21:58,516 That one was the oldest in Nevada. 333 00:21:58,518 --> 00:22:00,251 People been strikin' it rich here 334 00:22:00,253 --> 00:22:02,019 for a hundred years. 335 00:22:02,021 --> 00:22:03,354 They must've all moved somewhere else 336 00:22:03,356 --> 00:22:05,156 to spend their fortune. 337 00:22:05,158 --> 00:22:07,358 Has a real frontier quality to it. 338 00:22:08,994 --> 00:22:11,796 Think we might be able to stay here for a while? 339 00:22:11,798 --> 00:22:14,498 Hmm, I got a good feelin' about this one. 340 00:22:23,942 --> 00:22:25,042 I got it. 341 00:22:29,949 --> 00:22:32,149 The kids are tired of movin' to a new town 342 00:22:32,151 --> 00:22:34,552 every time you lose a job. 343 00:22:34,554 --> 00:22:36,287 They'd love it in West Virginia. 344 00:22:38,990 --> 00:22:40,324 I just think it'd be good for them 345 00:22:40,326 --> 00:22:41,726 to see where their daddy grew up. 346 00:22:43,829 --> 00:22:47,231 Mountain goat, let go! Try floatin' a little! 347 00:22:50,001 --> 00:22:52,536 We're fine where we are. 348 00:22:52,538 --> 00:22:54,572 Taking showers at the public pool? 349 00:22:56,508 --> 00:22:58,809 I'll get the water turned on this weekend. 350 00:22:58,811 --> 00:23:00,578 You said that two months ago. 351 00:23:03,515 --> 00:23:05,249 Okay, Brian, don't be shy. 352 00:23:05,251 --> 00:23:07,051 Everyone here is the same as us. 353 00:23:07,053 --> 00:23:10,020 They just got different complexions. 354 00:23:10,022 --> 00:23:12,223 Go on. Go play. 355 00:23:17,929 --> 00:23:19,897 If we went, your parents 356 00:23:19,899 --> 00:23:21,432 could help us out with some money. 357 00:23:24,936 --> 00:23:26,470 I ain't moving back to Welch. 358 00:23:27,739 --> 00:23:29,306 What are you so afraid of? 359 00:23:32,110 --> 00:23:33,611 I ain't afraid o' nothin'. 360 00:23:35,714 --> 00:23:38,949 Hey! Quit clingin' to the side! 361 00:23:50,695 --> 00:23:52,797 Don't be scared. I got ya. 362 00:23:54,433 --> 00:23:57,401 Come on. Yeah. 363 00:23:57,403 --> 00:24:01,338 Kick your legs. That's not so hard. 364 00:24:02,541 --> 00:24:06,277 It's all about movin' the water. Yeah? 365 00:24:10,081 --> 00:24:13,984 Move your arms, go ahead. Move 'em in the water. 366 00:24:13,986 --> 00:24:15,586 Push the water, push it. 367 00:24:15,588 --> 00:24:17,888 Push it with your arms. That's good. 368 00:24:18,723 --> 00:24:20,825 It's not so bad, is it? 369 00:24:20,827 --> 00:24:23,794 Good. 'Cause you're gonna learn to swim today. 370 00:24:33,539 --> 00:24:36,574 Catch your breath. Catch your breath. All right. 371 00:24:36,576 --> 00:24:39,910 Okay, all right. Breathe. Nice. 372 00:24:39,912 --> 00:24:41,345 Why'd you do that? 373 00:24:41,347 --> 00:24:44,615 Okay. Okay. Now, sink or swim! 374 00:24:58,998 --> 00:25:00,197 Rex! 375 00:25:00,199 --> 00:25:04,768 It's okay! She's already gettin' it! 376 00:25:04,770 --> 00:25:08,272 Pretty soon she's gonna be doin' the backstroke, right? 377 00:25:08,274 --> 00:25:09,473 No. Yeah? 378 00:25:09,475 --> 00:25:11,041 Okay. I wanna go back. 379 00:25:20,853 --> 00:25:22,319 You did it, baby! 380 00:25:22,321 --> 00:25:24,221 You were swimmin'! 381 00:25:25,156 --> 00:25:26,223 Hey! 382 00:25:27,292 --> 00:25:28,626 Mountain goat! 383 00:25:28,628 --> 00:25:29,960 Mister, you're wrong for that! 384 00:25:29,962 --> 00:25:31,161 Come on, kids. Let's go. 385 00:25:31,163 --> 00:25:33,998 Stop, no! Hey! Hey! 386 00:25:34,000 --> 00:25:38,035 Don't touch me! You tried to kill me! 387 00:25:38,037 --> 00:25:41,138 Hey. I would never let anything bad happen to you. 388 00:25:41,140 --> 00:25:43,073 But I can't let you cling to the side 389 00:25:43,075 --> 00:25:45,676 your whole life just 'cause you're scared. 390 00:25:45,678 --> 00:25:47,144 If you don't wanna sink, 391 00:25:47,146 --> 00:25:49,914 you have to learn how to swim. Understand? 392 00:25:52,017 --> 00:25:55,319 Hey, you were swimmin'. 393 00:25:55,321 --> 00:25:57,588 You were swimmin'. I'm so proud of you. 394 00:26:00,825 --> 00:26:03,694 Hey! Everything okay? 395 00:26:03,696 --> 00:26:06,397 She's fine. Mind your own damn business. 396 00:26:06,399 --> 00:26:08,866 What happens in my pool is my business. 397 00:26:08,868 --> 00:26:11,201 Oh, so this is your pool? 398 00:26:11,203 --> 00:26:12,937 As far as you're concerned, yeah. 399 00:26:12,939 --> 00:26:15,372 Oh, so you're the one who limits the black families 400 00:26:15,374 --> 00:26:16,974 to an hour in the mornin', 401 00:26:16,976 --> 00:26:19,043 so that the whites can swim the rest of the day? 402 00:26:19,045 --> 00:26:21,845 That's been a federal offense since '64. 403 00:26:21,847 --> 00:26:24,748 Does he always act like this? Or just when he's drunk? 404 00:26:29,055 --> 00:26:30,721 Dad, don't! Rex! 405 00:26:30,723 --> 00:26:32,289 I can't let you talk to me like that 406 00:26:32,291 --> 00:26:33,691 in front of my daughter! 407 00:26:33,693 --> 00:26:36,226 Let go! Now tap out! 408 00:26:36,228 --> 00:26:37,394 Was that a tap? I couldn't tell. 409 00:26:37,396 --> 00:26:38,862 Was that a tap? 410 00:26:38,864 --> 00:26:41,065 Rex! Will you stop! 411 00:26:41,067 --> 00:26:42,299 Come on, man! 412 00:26:42,301 --> 00:26:43,867 You're goin' to jail, asshole! 413 00:26:51,242 --> 00:26:52,309 Get in the car. 414 00:26:54,879 --> 00:26:57,247 We're leaving with or without you. 415 00:26:57,249 --> 00:26:59,249 I'd rather be in hell with my back broke 416 00:26:59,251 --> 00:27:00,918 than live in that godforsaken town. 417 00:27:00,920 --> 00:27:02,753 Yeah, you should've thought of that before 418 00:27:02,755 --> 00:27:06,490 you got every policeman in town looking for us. 419 00:27:06,492 --> 00:27:08,926 I'm not gonna let 'em take our kids away. 420 00:27:08,928 --> 00:27:10,828 We cannot live like this anymore. 421 00:27:12,130 --> 00:27:14,898 Like what? This is freedom! 422 00:27:14,900 --> 00:27:17,801 Freedom? You call this freedom? 423 00:27:24,142 --> 00:27:25,676 Here we go. 424 00:27:29,281 --> 00:27:30,948 Welch is gonna be fun. 425 00:27:32,017 --> 00:27:33,350 We'll live in the mountains 426 00:27:33,352 --> 00:27:34,885 with the squirrels and the chipmunks. 427 00:27:36,321 --> 00:27:37,621 And you'll get to meet 428 00:27:37,623 --> 00:27:39,456 your grandma and grandpa walls, 429 00:27:39,458 --> 00:27:42,226 who are genuine hillbillies. 430 00:27:45,930 --> 00:27:47,865 We don't need him. 431 00:28:00,812 --> 00:28:02,046 Rex! 432 00:28:03,848 --> 00:28:05,549 Come on, dad! 433 00:28:07,653 --> 00:28:09,887 You're the head of this family! 434 00:28:32,177 --> 00:28:33,343 Are you coming? 435 00:28:34,179 --> 00:28:35,245 Negative. 436 00:28:37,582 --> 00:28:42,519 Mountain goat, you know, your mama has convinced you 437 00:28:42,521 --> 00:28:43,821 that we need to go 438 00:28:43,823 --> 00:28:46,824 because she's in a state of fear. 439 00:28:46,826 --> 00:28:49,359 Now, what you need to do is stand your ground. 440 00:28:49,361 --> 00:28:50,828 You see, that's what I'm doin'. 441 00:28:50,830 --> 00:28:52,896 This is a very important lesson for you. 442 00:28:54,999 --> 00:28:57,267 You don't look like a very important lesson to me. 443 00:29:00,371 --> 00:29:01,438 Come on. 444 00:29:03,208 --> 00:29:04,875 Can I hold your ankle? 445 00:29:04,877 --> 00:29:06,510 No. 446 00:29:06,512 --> 00:29:10,114 Just for stability? I feel like I'm about to fall. 447 00:29:10,116 --> 00:29:12,382 You're on the ground already! 448 00:29:16,721 --> 00:29:18,255 All right, let's do it! 449 00:29:18,257 --> 00:29:20,724 I got him! 450 00:29:20,726 --> 00:29:22,192 He's alive! 451 00:29:22,194 --> 00:29:24,294 Oh, thank god! 452 00:29:26,231 --> 00:29:28,132 Oh, watch out! Don't squish Maureen! 453 00:29:31,069 --> 00:29:32,803 Move over, baby. I'm driving. 454 00:29:35,306 --> 00:29:36,840 Come here, give me some sugar. 455 00:29:36,842 --> 00:29:38,475 Oh, Rex... 456 00:29:39,410 --> 00:29:40,477 Jeannette? 457 00:29:41,913 --> 00:29:43,313 Can I have another tissue, please? 458 00:29:43,315 --> 00:29:45,082 Oh, jeez. David! I need another tissue. 459 00:29:45,084 --> 00:29:46,383 You're sweating through your shirt! 460 00:29:46,385 --> 00:29:48,018 Please don't point it out. You know 461 00:29:48,020 --> 00:29:49,419 when you point it out, it only makes me sweat more. 462 00:29:49,421 --> 00:29:51,889 I'm sorry. You have nothing to be nervous about. 463 00:29:51,891 --> 00:29:53,924 Your dad already hates me. 464 00:29:53,926 --> 00:29:55,325 When he finds out we're getting married, 465 00:29:55,327 --> 00:29:56,293 he's gonna throw me through a window. 466 00:29:56,295 --> 00:29:58,428 Hey, he's not gonna do that. 467 00:29:58,430 --> 00:30:00,898 He might kick you in the stomach, though. 468 00:30:00,900 --> 00:30:03,133 It's too real to be funny. I'm just not there yet. 469 00:30:03,668 --> 00:30:05,335 Okay. 470 00:30:05,337 --> 00:30:06,737 He's gonna try to make me get drunk with him again. 471 00:30:06,739 --> 00:30:08,839 No, he's not. You know he is. 472 00:30:08,841 --> 00:30:10,674 David, just tell him that you don't want it. 473 00:30:12,443 --> 00:30:13,877 Maybe... maybe I will do that. 474 00:30:13,879 --> 00:30:15,279 You know, I'm not to be bullied by him. 475 00:30:15,281 --> 00:30:17,114 I know you're not. I will not be bullied. 476 00:30:17,116 --> 00:30:18,582 Hey... 477 00:30:18,584 --> 00:30:20,417 We're getting married. We are getting married. 478 00:30:20,419 --> 00:30:22,186 We can get through this. This is nothin'. 479 00:30:22,620 --> 00:30:23,687 Okay. 480 00:30:25,657 --> 00:30:26,723 Hey, dad! 481 00:30:30,595 --> 00:30:31,695 Oh, come on. 482 00:30:33,965 --> 00:30:36,133 Hey, dad. 483 00:30:36,135 --> 00:30:39,469 Oh, so you're acknowledgin' my existence now? 484 00:30:39,471 --> 00:30:42,206 Well, you're not exactly the easiest man to ignore. 485 00:30:45,476 --> 00:30:47,811 Well, I wanted to get this done before you got here. 486 00:30:47,813 --> 00:30:50,314 I don't know who designs this junk. 487 00:30:50,316 --> 00:30:52,382 Mechanics are all wrong. 488 00:30:55,954 --> 00:30:57,020 Look at you. 489 00:30:58,156 --> 00:31:00,224 Fancier every time I see ya. 490 00:31:04,329 --> 00:31:06,196 Good to see you, Mr. walls. How are you? 491 00:31:07,799 --> 00:31:09,800 Did you win that wet t-shirt contest? 492 00:31:09,802 --> 00:31:11,501 Nice nips. 493 00:31:11,503 --> 00:31:13,070 Cut it out. 494 00:31:13,072 --> 00:31:15,038 It's really hot in the car. It's the humidity. 495 00:31:15,040 --> 00:31:16,573 Humidity? 496 00:31:16,575 --> 00:31:20,210 Okay, well, just try not to drip on my marble floor. 497 00:31:20,212 --> 00:31:23,313 Grab that toolbox, if that's not too much for ya. 498 00:31:23,915 --> 00:31:25,515 Okay. 499 00:31:25,517 --> 00:31:27,351 Just finished hookin' every squat in the building 500 00:31:27,353 --> 00:31:28,685 to an insulated cable 501 00:31:28,687 --> 00:31:29,987 that I hot-wired off the utility pole 502 00:31:29,989 --> 00:31:31,855 down the block. 503 00:31:31,857 --> 00:31:34,424 Now the other squatters want to make me mayor of the place! 504 00:31:36,728 --> 00:31:39,863 Your mama's traditional yellow door. 505 00:31:39,865 --> 00:31:42,733 Still gotta get hinges for this thing. 506 00:31:42,735 --> 00:31:44,401 This is my friend Eddie. Does he live here? 507 00:31:44,403 --> 00:31:45,702 Hello! 508 00:31:45,704 --> 00:31:48,872 Oh! There she is! Hey, sweetie. 509 00:31:48,874 --> 00:31:49,940 Mom. 510 00:31:51,042 --> 00:31:52,676 Oh! 511 00:31:52,678 --> 00:31:54,544 Look at that! Food! 512 00:31:54,546 --> 00:31:58,515 What a place! Anyone else feel like they're back in Welch? 513 00:31:58,517 --> 00:31:59,783 I keep thinking we're gonna see 514 00:31:59,785 --> 00:32:01,018 our yellow poop bucket somewhere. 515 00:32:02,288 --> 00:32:04,221 Their bathroom's not that far off. 516 00:32:04,223 --> 00:32:05,555 Maureen! 517 00:32:05,557 --> 00:32:07,557 She's our new roommate! 518 00:32:07,559 --> 00:32:09,526 Oh. I thought that you were livin' with that photographer. 519 00:32:09,528 --> 00:32:11,428 Hmm. That was months ago. 520 00:32:11,430 --> 00:32:13,897 She just broke up with rum tum tugger from cats. 521 00:32:13,899 --> 00:32:15,299 What? Yeah. 522 00:32:15,301 --> 00:32:16,867 David, you get started on this, 523 00:32:16,869 --> 00:32:19,036 and I'll grab you a dry shirt. 524 00:32:19,038 --> 00:32:20,904 I'm okay. I'm not gonna drink tonight. 525 00:32:20,906 --> 00:32:21,972 Take it. 526 00:32:22,707 --> 00:32:24,408 Yes, sir. 527 00:32:24,410 --> 00:32:25,876 Rose Mary, grab a shirt 528 00:32:25,878 --> 00:32:27,778 for Jeannette's sweaty boyfriend, will ya? 529 00:32:29,580 --> 00:32:31,415 So did you hear officer walls 530 00:32:31,417 --> 00:32:33,083 made his first arrest last week? 531 00:32:33,085 --> 00:32:34,384 What? 532 00:32:34,386 --> 00:32:35,819 Drug bust. 533 00:32:35,821 --> 00:32:37,487 Whoa, really? Was that scary? 534 00:32:41,392 --> 00:32:43,126 Well, actually, you got alopecia. 535 00:32:44,729 --> 00:32:45,996 Not as scary as those two. 536 00:32:47,265 --> 00:32:48,332 What about you? 537 00:32:50,234 --> 00:32:51,668 Lori spilled the beans. 538 00:32:53,138 --> 00:32:55,772 Lori! I'm sorry. 539 00:32:55,774 --> 00:32:58,241 Yeah. Uh, we are doin' it. 540 00:33:00,946 --> 00:33:02,913 What? 541 00:33:02,915 --> 00:33:04,181 Why aren't you wearing the ring? 542 00:33:05,450 --> 00:33:07,284 Because I haven't told dad yet. 543 00:33:07,286 --> 00:33:08,485 Told me what? 544 00:33:10,154 --> 00:33:12,956 That Brian made his first arrest. 545 00:33:12,958 --> 00:33:14,791 Oh, goodie. 546 00:33:14,793 --> 00:33:16,460 Got a son in the gestapo 547 00:33:16,462 --> 00:33:18,662 and a daughter who writes gossip. 548 00:33:18,664 --> 00:33:21,465 Never thought I'd see the day. 549 00:33:21,467 --> 00:33:23,767 Never thought I'd see you livin' in New York. 550 00:33:23,769 --> 00:33:25,702 Well, somebody's gotta keep an eye on you. 551 00:33:27,605 --> 00:33:28,672 Have fun. 552 00:33:33,878 --> 00:33:35,579 Hey, dad. 553 00:33:35,581 --> 00:33:37,014 Actually, I have somethin' that I wanted to tell you... 554 00:33:37,016 --> 00:33:38,682 So how long is this phase gonna last? 555 00:33:40,151 --> 00:33:41,485 What do you mean? 556 00:33:41,487 --> 00:33:42,586 I mean... 557 00:33:44,323 --> 00:33:45,956 He's a nice guy and all, 558 00:33:45,958 --> 00:33:48,992 but he ain't got an interesting bone in his body. 559 00:33:48,994 --> 00:33:50,494 No. 560 00:33:50,496 --> 00:33:54,331 He's got no fight. David's not a phase, dad. 561 00:33:54,333 --> 00:33:56,833 Which is what i wanted to talk to you about. 562 00:33:56,835 --> 00:34:00,237 Can you honestly tell me that you're happy right now? 563 00:34:01,472 --> 00:34:02,739 Yes, I am. 564 00:34:06,244 --> 00:34:08,078 No, you're not. 565 00:34:10,848 --> 00:34:13,350 But hopefully, couple more of these will loosen him up. 566 00:34:13,352 --> 00:34:16,586 Maybe that stick'll fall out of his ass. 567 00:34:18,823 --> 00:34:20,457 David, here's your drink! 568 00:34:35,073 --> 00:34:36,940 Welcome to Welch, everyone! 569 00:34:50,688 --> 00:34:53,256 Gosh, things have gone downhill a bit. 570 00:34:55,259 --> 00:34:58,328 But I bet there's no other artists to compete with. 571 00:35:01,399 --> 00:35:03,467 My career could really take off. 572 00:35:51,449 --> 00:35:52,983 Welcome home, son. 573 00:35:55,620 --> 00:35:56,820 Hey, there, Rex. 574 00:35:57,421 --> 00:35:59,089 Hey, pops. 575 00:35:59,091 --> 00:36:00,390 Thanks for lettin' me 576 00:36:00,392 --> 00:36:01,725 see my grandchildren before I die. 577 00:36:05,196 --> 00:36:06,696 This is your uncle Stanley. 578 00:36:09,300 --> 00:36:10,367 Hi. 579 00:36:16,307 --> 00:36:18,842 All right, here ya go. 580 00:36:18,844 --> 00:36:21,278 - Can I have more? - No. 581 00:36:21,280 --> 00:36:23,980 This one looks just like his daddy. 582 00:36:23,982 --> 00:36:26,483 Only his hair was more curly. 583 00:36:26,485 --> 00:36:28,485 You hated them curls, didn't you? 584 00:36:30,155 --> 00:36:33,190 Used to wet his hair down, stand out in the snow, 585 00:36:33,192 --> 00:36:34,724 see if he could freeze 'em straight. 586 00:36:37,061 --> 00:36:39,462 Yep, that's your daddy. 587 00:36:39,464 --> 00:36:43,066 Stubborn as a mule, dumb as a pigeon. 588 00:36:48,673 --> 00:36:50,140 Ow! 589 00:36:50,142 --> 00:36:53,009 Hey! Don't hit my brother, you dumb witch! 590 00:36:53,011 --> 00:36:54,244 Hey! 591 00:36:58,583 --> 00:37:00,250 Show your grandma some respect. 592 00:37:07,024 --> 00:37:08,558 You listen to your daddy, girl. 593 00:37:16,534 --> 00:37:18,668 That wasn't a good simile. 594 00:37:18,670 --> 00:37:21,404 Pigeons are very smart animals. 595 00:37:46,163 --> 00:37:47,230 Dad? 596 00:37:48,399 --> 00:37:50,300 What are you doing? Hey. 597 00:37:51,335 --> 00:37:52,402 Oh... 598 00:37:55,740 --> 00:37:57,574 Put in your spiral staircase. 599 00:37:58,976 --> 00:38:00,110 Wow. 600 00:38:01,912 --> 00:38:03,546 We're finally gonna build it. 601 00:38:05,816 --> 00:38:07,884 Really? 602 00:38:07,886 --> 00:38:11,888 This is why we're here. It's our chance to start over. 603 00:38:16,694 --> 00:38:17,994 First thing tomorrow, 604 00:38:17,996 --> 00:38:20,163 I'm gonna search this whole town 605 00:38:20,165 --> 00:38:23,266 for the perfect place to lay our foundation. 606 00:38:30,641 --> 00:38:32,509 We're gettin' the hell outta here. 607 00:38:36,714 --> 00:38:39,382 Now, it's not exactly palatial, 608 00:38:39,384 --> 00:38:42,519 so there's gonna be a lot of togetherness. 609 00:38:43,721 --> 00:38:45,622 And it's a little on the rustic side. 610 00:38:46,757 --> 00:38:48,391 How rustic? 611 00:38:48,393 --> 00:38:51,861 Welcome to 93 little Hobart street. 612 00:38:51,863 --> 00:38:53,396 50 bucks a week, and in two years, 613 00:38:53,398 --> 00:38:55,231 we'll own her outright. 614 00:38:55,233 --> 00:38:57,567 Hard to believe one day this'll all be ours. 615 00:38:57,569 --> 00:38:59,736 Hey, she may not look like much, 616 00:38:59,738 --> 00:39:02,272 but wait till you see what I have in mind. 617 00:39:02,274 --> 00:39:03,340 Come on. 618 00:39:05,776 --> 00:39:07,077 We're gonna tear all this down 619 00:39:07,079 --> 00:39:09,312 and replace it with your game room, 620 00:39:09,314 --> 00:39:12,215 - ping pong, pool, foosball... - Trampoline? 621 00:39:12,217 --> 00:39:14,217 Oh, yeah, trampoline goes right over there, 622 00:39:14,219 --> 00:39:16,286 and then all these walls are gone, 623 00:39:16,288 --> 00:39:17,754 replaced with three-inch glass, 624 00:39:17,756 --> 00:39:21,224 glass, glass, glass. This can stay. 625 00:39:21,226 --> 00:39:23,460 Doesn't that look lovely? 626 00:39:23,462 --> 00:39:26,196 Yellow stands for happiness and creativity. 627 00:39:26,198 --> 00:39:29,632 This place doesn't have any running water or electricity. 628 00:39:29,634 --> 00:39:32,969 Ignore her. She was born without vision. 629 00:39:32,971 --> 00:39:34,771 Since we're on the north face of the mountain, 630 00:39:34,773 --> 00:39:36,773 enclosed by these two hills, 631 00:39:36,775 --> 00:39:38,074 we ain't gettin' much sun, 632 00:39:38,076 --> 00:39:39,776 so I'll have to do some serious 633 00:39:39,778 --> 00:39:43,279 reconfigurin' to increase the size of our solar cells. 634 00:39:43,281 --> 00:39:44,814 But before any of that can happen, 635 00:39:44,816 --> 00:39:46,583 we need a good foundation. 636 00:39:47,618 --> 00:39:49,018 Pick! Yes, sir. 637 00:39:49,787 --> 00:39:51,020 Good man. Here. 638 00:39:53,692 --> 00:39:55,992 Make some noise, kids. Make some noise. 639 00:40:57,888 --> 00:41:02,091 Once it's deep enough, i can pour the slab, 640 00:41:02,093 --> 00:41:04,160 and we can start framin' this damn thing. 641 00:41:06,997 --> 00:41:10,567 We're gonna have the nicest house in the county. 642 00:41:10,569 --> 00:41:13,269 You ain't just whistlin' Dixie there, little lady. 643 00:41:13,271 --> 00:41:16,105 You know, we got the highest property 644 00:41:16,107 --> 00:41:18,575 on the mountain, which means 645 00:41:18,577 --> 00:41:20,910 that the heat can't burn us in the summer, 646 00:41:20,912 --> 00:41:23,046 and the floods can't touch us in the winter. 647 00:41:24,882 --> 00:41:27,884 We're just glidin' right in between all those extremes. 648 00:41:31,121 --> 00:41:33,289 Things're gonna be different this time around. 649 00:41:49,139 --> 00:41:50,707 I'm hungry. 650 00:42:05,122 --> 00:42:06,222 Try that. 651 00:42:09,927 --> 00:42:10,994 It's good? 652 00:42:13,931 --> 00:42:15,598 What are you eating? 653 00:42:15,600 --> 00:42:16,733 Butter and sugar. 654 00:42:20,070 --> 00:42:21,538 Tastes kinda like frosting. 655 00:42:25,276 --> 00:42:27,377 We haven't eaten in three days. 656 00:42:27,379 --> 00:42:29,913 Maureen's so hungry, she's eating butter. 657 00:42:29,915 --> 00:42:31,147 You ate the butter? 658 00:42:31,149 --> 00:42:32,682 I was saving that for the bread. 659 00:42:32,684 --> 00:42:34,017 We have no bread! 660 00:42:34,019 --> 00:42:37,053 Well, I was thinking of baking some. 661 00:42:37,055 --> 00:42:38,821 The gas is turned off. 662 00:42:38,823 --> 00:42:40,790 What if it gets turned back on? 663 00:42:40,792 --> 00:42:42,525 Miracles happen, you know. 664 00:42:42,527 --> 00:42:43,927 We're hungry! 665 00:42:43,929 --> 00:42:45,395 Hey, watch that tone, girl! 666 00:42:47,164 --> 00:42:48,731 You said things were going to be different. 667 00:42:50,834 --> 00:42:54,571 Can't we just get some eggs? 668 00:42:54,573 --> 00:42:58,441 Or beans, or something? Nothing fancy. 669 00:43:02,646 --> 00:43:04,047 I don't see why not. 670 00:43:07,117 --> 00:43:08,151 What you got? 671 00:43:18,896 --> 00:43:20,196 What about the other one? 672 00:43:24,401 --> 00:43:27,170 Okay, I'll be back in an hour with a feast 673 00:43:27,172 --> 00:43:29,706 you can tell your children about 674 00:43:29,708 --> 00:43:31,374 your children's children, 675 00:43:31,376 --> 00:43:34,510 your children's children's children, 676 00:43:34,512 --> 00:43:36,512 and your children's children's children's 677 00:43:36,514 --> 00:43:38,648 children's children's children's... 678 00:43:47,458 --> 00:43:50,793 He probably just got stuck talking to someone. 679 00:43:51,862 --> 00:43:53,262 For ten hours? 680 00:44:14,018 --> 00:44:15,084 Dad? 681 00:44:16,887 --> 00:44:20,323 Hey, kiddo. What are you doin' up? 682 00:44:22,092 --> 00:44:23,359 What happened? 683 00:44:25,129 --> 00:44:28,364 Oh. I got into a fight with the mountain. 684 00:44:29,867 --> 00:44:31,334 Mountain won. 685 00:44:36,240 --> 00:44:38,741 Dad, that looks really bad. 686 00:44:38,743 --> 00:44:41,277 Yeah. That don't look good. 687 00:44:43,313 --> 00:44:45,481 What can I do? 688 00:44:54,591 --> 00:44:56,125 Don't worry about me. 689 00:44:57,161 --> 00:45:00,129 I'm so thoroughly pickled... 690 00:45:01,598 --> 00:45:03,199 I won't feel a thing. 691 00:45:05,436 --> 00:45:06,502 Here. 692 00:45:13,811 --> 00:45:15,178 Okay, go ahead. 693 00:45:24,522 --> 00:45:26,222 Go on. I can't do it. 694 00:45:27,991 --> 00:45:29,859 Sorry. 695 00:45:29,861 --> 00:45:32,361 It's okay. It's all right. 696 00:45:32,363 --> 00:45:35,832 We'll do it together. Okay? 697 00:45:35,834 --> 00:45:39,068 It's all right. Come here. 698 00:45:39,070 --> 00:45:42,605 Squeeze it together. That's it. 699 00:45:42,607 --> 00:45:44,774 Now, push it through. 700 00:45:45,542 --> 00:45:47,410 Yeah. 701 00:45:47,412 --> 00:45:49,912 Good. Just push it right through. 702 00:45:51,815 --> 00:45:52,882 Good. 703 00:45:53,851 --> 00:45:56,686 Oh, that's good. Brave. 704 00:45:57,488 --> 00:45:59,122 You are amazing. 705 00:46:00,624 --> 00:46:02,658 Ah... 706 00:46:02,660 --> 00:46:04,727 Push it right through, go on. 707 00:46:04,729 --> 00:46:07,997 That's it. Yeah. 708 00:46:07,999 --> 00:46:11,334 Oh, my god, that's beautiful! Oh, jeez! 709 00:46:11,336 --> 00:46:13,569 You don't have to tug quite so hard on it. 710 00:46:13,571 --> 00:46:15,304 It's not like tug-'o-war. 711 00:46:17,474 --> 00:46:19,008 Okay. 712 00:46:19,010 --> 00:46:20,476 One more. That's good. 713 00:46:22,112 --> 00:46:23,212 Wow. 714 00:46:24,414 --> 00:46:26,482 That's some mighty fine handiwork. 715 00:46:33,891 --> 00:46:36,392 I swear... 716 00:46:36,394 --> 00:46:40,797 There are times I think that you're the only one around 717 00:46:42,232 --> 00:46:44,634 who still has any faith in me. 718 00:46:48,939 --> 00:46:52,241 You know I'd do anything for you, right? 719 00:46:53,277 --> 00:46:55,211 Anything. 720 00:46:55,213 --> 00:46:57,213 All you got to do is ask. 721 00:47:08,759 --> 00:47:10,059 Do you think... 722 00:47:16,567 --> 00:47:19,802 You could maybe stop drinking? 723 00:47:23,440 --> 00:47:24,807 It's just... 724 00:47:26,410 --> 00:47:28,978 When you drink, you can't take care of us. 725 00:47:40,791 --> 00:47:43,226 Must be awfully ashamed of your ol' man. 726 00:47:44,661 --> 00:47:45,862 No! 727 00:47:49,333 --> 00:47:51,534 I just think we'd have money for food. 728 00:47:53,604 --> 00:47:56,038 Maybe even some extra for the glass castle. 729 00:48:00,944 --> 00:48:02,812 You can do it if you want. 730 00:48:05,616 --> 00:48:07,350 You're stronger than anyone. 731 00:48:19,963 --> 00:48:21,764 If you don't mind, honey... 732 00:48:24,801 --> 00:48:26,402 I think I'd like to just... 733 00:48:29,606 --> 00:48:31,374 Sit here by myself a while. 734 00:49:07,711 --> 00:49:08,778 Dad? 735 00:49:13,016 --> 00:49:14,517 For the next few days, 736 00:49:14,519 --> 00:49:17,653 I'm gonna be keepin' to myself upstairs. 737 00:49:19,389 --> 00:49:21,624 And I, uh... 738 00:49:21,626 --> 00:49:24,894 I need you kids to steer clear of me. 739 00:49:24,896 --> 00:49:27,063 Take your brother and sisters outside, 740 00:49:27,065 --> 00:49:28,965 do somethin' fun, okay? 741 00:49:31,268 --> 00:49:33,936 And no matter what happens, 742 00:49:35,272 --> 00:49:37,073 if I ask for a drink, 743 00:49:37,075 --> 00:49:39,275 you can't let anyone give me one. 744 00:49:41,545 --> 00:49:44,847 Not a drop. Okay? 745 00:49:45,882 --> 00:49:47,516 Can you do that for me? 746 00:49:49,252 --> 00:49:50,386 Yeah. 747 00:49:50,388 --> 00:49:52,021 You promise? 748 00:49:57,294 --> 00:49:59,628 That's a good girl. 749 00:50:00,832 --> 00:50:01,931 You think we could start 750 00:50:01,933 --> 00:50:03,032 building the house soon? 751 00:50:04,634 --> 00:50:05,935 Probably. 752 00:50:09,539 --> 00:50:11,173 Oh, please! 753 00:50:19,916 --> 00:50:24,553 Ah! Ah, god! Make it stop! 754 00:50:25,322 --> 00:50:26,922 Please make it stop! 755 00:50:26,924 --> 00:50:28,524 Just breathe, honey. 756 00:50:28,526 --> 00:50:30,659 Rose Mary! 757 00:50:30,661 --> 00:50:34,196 God, help me! Shh. It's okay. It's okay. 758 00:50:40,570 --> 00:50:43,239 Help me, please! 759 00:50:47,177 --> 00:50:48,411 Oh, no! 760 00:50:55,652 --> 00:50:56,719 Dad? 761 00:51:00,023 --> 00:51:01,824 Oh, my god. 762 00:51:03,627 --> 00:51:07,096 Please get me a drink. 763 00:51:09,633 --> 00:51:11,600 I'll get you some water. 764 00:51:11,602 --> 00:51:14,603 No, no, no. There's some 765 00:51:16,106 --> 00:51:20,376 whiskey under the sink. Go fetch it for me. 766 00:51:25,682 --> 00:51:26,749 Jeannette... 767 00:51:28,952 --> 00:51:31,554 I'm dyin'. 768 00:51:31,556 --> 00:51:35,891 If you don't get me a drink, I'm gonna die. 769 00:51:35,893 --> 00:51:40,696 That is a scientific fact. Understand? 770 00:51:40,698 --> 00:51:45,034 You don't want me to die? Do you want your daddy to die? 771 00:51:47,370 --> 00:51:51,774 I can't, dad. I promised you. 772 00:51:51,776 --> 00:51:55,077 I don't care about your stupid promise! 773 00:51:55,079 --> 00:51:58,347 Go get me a drink right now! 774 00:51:58,349 --> 00:52:01,183 You better go get me a drink! 775 00:52:01,185 --> 00:52:02,751 Jeannette! 776 00:52:19,903 --> 00:52:22,071 Foundation looks pretty good. 777 00:52:22,073 --> 00:52:24,006 We're almost ready to start buildin'. 778 00:52:28,845 --> 00:52:30,279 I missed you. 779 00:52:30,281 --> 00:52:31,580 I missed you, too. 780 00:52:35,552 --> 00:52:36,619 How 'bout that? 781 00:52:37,621 --> 00:52:39,321 Look. That's wonderful. 782 00:53:00,410 --> 00:53:02,111 Dad's leaving for work! 783 00:53:03,813 --> 00:53:06,382 Stop! I'll help you put your hat on. 784 00:53:08,152 --> 00:53:09,919 All right, make sure it ain't faulty. 785 00:53:10,687 --> 00:53:12,421 Oh! Ow! Ow! Ow! 786 00:53:12,423 --> 00:53:14,823 Okay, okay, that's fine. 787 00:53:14,825 --> 00:53:16,725 Oh, thanks, bill, merry Christmas. 788 00:53:16,727 --> 00:53:18,127 Merry Christmas, Rex. 789 00:53:18,129 --> 00:53:19,795 Merry Christmas, ladies! You, too. 790 00:53:19,797 --> 00:53:22,331 The foreman forgot his toolbox, and so I had 791 00:53:22,333 --> 00:53:24,633 to use this macaroni noodle 792 00:53:24,635 --> 00:53:26,468 to insulate these crosswires, 793 00:53:26,470 --> 00:53:29,104 and now I got every damn person at work 794 00:53:29,106 --> 00:53:32,308 tellin' me that I really know how to use my noodle! 795 00:53:43,753 --> 00:53:45,254 I couldn't find a good one for you, 796 00:53:45,256 --> 00:53:46,989 so you'll just have to write your own. 797 00:53:49,292 --> 00:53:51,660 Careful. You might change the world with that thing. 798 00:54:05,875 --> 00:54:06,942 Hmm? 799 00:54:18,154 --> 00:54:19,955 It's so pretty. 800 00:54:19,957 --> 00:54:21,423 Mmm, beautiful. 801 00:54:23,560 --> 00:54:27,863 Rich city folk live in fancy apartments, 802 00:54:27,865 --> 00:54:31,133 but their air is so polluted, they can't even see the stars. 803 00:54:33,370 --> 00:54:35,537 We'd have to be out of our minds 804 00:54:35,539 --> 00:54:37,539 to trade places with any of 'em. 805 00:54:41,544 --> 00:54:44,246 Go on, pick out your favorite one. 806 00:54:44,248 --> 00:54:46,081 It's yours for keeps. 807 00:54:47,550 --> 00:54:49,118 You can't give me a star. 808 00:54:50,687 --> 00:54:52,421 It's your Christmas present. 809 00:54:54,724 --> 00:54:57,860 No one owns the stars. 810 00:54:57,862 --> 00:55:00,396 Well, that's why you gotta claim 'em 811 00:55:00,398 --> 00:55:02,665 before anyone else does. 812 00:55:02,667 --> 00:55:07,002 Like Columbus claimed America for queen Isabella. 813 00:55:07,004 --> 00:55:08,504 Claiming a star for your own 814 00:55:08,506 --> 00:55:11,940 has just as much logic. Maybe more, 815 00:55:11,942 --> 00:55:13,409 because you don't have to kill 816 00:55:13,411 --> 00:55:16,412 and subjugate millions of people to do it. 817 00:55:16,414 --> 00:55:18,180 So go ahead, pick out any one you want, 818 00:55:18,182 --> 00:55:20,516 'cept for betelgeuse and rigel 819 00:55:20,518 --> 00:55:24,720 because Lori and Brian already laid claim to them. 820 00:55:28,792 --> 00:55:30,626 I want that one. 821 00:55:30,628 --> 00:55:32,995 The bright one? Yeah. 822 00:55:32,997 --> 00:55:35,531 That's Venus. She's a planet. 823 00:55:35,533 --> 00:55:38,534 Kinda dinky compared to real stars. 824 00:55:38,536 --> 00:55:41,170 She just looks brighter 'cause she's closer to us. 825 00:55:44,774 --> 00:55:46,041 I like it anyway. 826 00:55:48,278 --> 00:55:50,245 What the hell. It's Christmas. 827 00:55:50,247 --> 00:55:52,915 You can have a planet if you want. 828 00:55:54,352 --> 00:55:55,918 You know, her atmosphere 829 00:55:55,920 --> 00:55:59,021 is a lot like the earth's, only, uh... 830 00:55:59,023 --> 00:56:00,723 500 degrees hotter. 831 00:56:01,257 --> 00:56:02,558 Really? 832 00:56:02,560 --> 00:56:05,427 So when the sun starts to burn out 833 00:56:05,429 --> 00:56:07,463 and the earth turns cold, 834 00:56:07,465 --> 00:56:10,165 everyone might wanna move to Venus to get warm. 835 00:56:10,167 --> 00:56:11,600 And now they're gonna have to get permission 836 00:56:11,602 --> 00:56:13,135 from your descendants first. 837 00:56:24,013 --> 00:56:25,347 I love you, kid. 838 00:56:26,049 --> 00:56:27,349 Love you more. 839 00:56:47,637 --> 00:56:49,238 I really like David. 840 00:56:50,840 --> 00:56:52,641 You really what? 841 00:56:52,643 --> 00:56:55,144 Yeah. He's not that boring. 842 00:56:55,146 --> 00:56:57,946 I think he'd be a nice addition to the family. 843 00:57:00,450 --> 00:57:03,519 Oh, by the way, i just found out 844 00:57:03,521 --> 00:57:06,688 my brother is planning to sell his half of mom's land. 845 00:57:06,690 --> 00:57:09,691 Uncle Jim? Yeah, and it's a real shame. 846 00:57:09,693 --> 00:57:11,727 My father always taught me you never sell... 847 00:57:11,729 --> 00:57:13,362 Free market, my ass! 848 00:57:13,364 --> 00:57:16,131 The whole thing is a rigged game, and you know it! 849 00:57:16,133 --> 00:57:18,834 It's a system created by all you fat cats 850 00:57:18,836 --> 00:57:20,836 to make yourselves richer 851 00:57:20,838 --> 00:57:22,771 and keep the poor where they are. 852 00:57:22,773 --> 00:57:24,740 It's nothing more than legalized larceny. 853 00:57:24,742 --> 00:57:25,908 Admit it, David. 854 00:57:25,910 --> 00:57:27,576 On behalf of all the fat cats, 855 00:57:27,578 --> 00:57:29,244 I'm not going to admit to something that's not true. 856 00:57:29,246 --> 00:57:30,712 David... 857 00:57:30,714 --> 00:57:32,581 Jeannette, it's fine. We're just talking. 858 00:57:32,583 --> 00:57:34,216 Yeah, we're just talking. 859 00:57:34,218 --> 00:57:36,919 You know what, Rex? Let's just agree to disagree. 860 00:57:36,921 --> 00:57:39,388 On behalf of the 90% in our country 861 00:57:39,390 --> 00:57:41,223 workin' for $4.75 an hour, 862 00:57:41,225 --> 00:57:43,158 I will do no such thing! 863 00:57:43,160 --> 00:57:47,229 How very noble of you. A real champion of the people. 864 00:57:47,231 --> 00:57:48,464 How drunk are you? 865 00:57:48,466 --> 00:57:49,965 How 'bout we settle this the way 866 00:57:49,967 --> 00:57:51,533 they did in ancient Rome, 867 00:57:51,535 --> 00:57:54,369 with a good old-fashioned arm wrestlin' match? 868 00:57:54,371 --> 00:57:56,238 Pretty sure that's not somethin' they did in Rome. 869 00:57:56,240 --> 00:57:57,506 Dad, enough. 870 00:57:57,508 --> 00:57:58,807 Come on, mountain goat! 871 00:57:58,809 --> 00:58:00,876 David's gonna fight for your honor. 872 00:58:00,878 --> 00:58:02,511 This is ridiculous. 873 00:58:02,513 --> 00:58:05,581 Yes, it's ridiculous. We are going home. 874 00:58:05,583 --> 00:58:09,051 What? You're giving up already? 875 00:58:09,053 --> 00:58:10,786 You're gonna just wander outta here 876 00:58:10,788 --> 00:58:12,488 with your tail between your legs? 877 00:58:15,658 --> 00:58:18,460 I'm not gonna arm wrestle you. 878 00:58:18,462 --> 00:58:22,130 Oh, okay, so you admit it? I'm right and you're wrong. 879 00:58:26,069 --> 00:58:28,070 Okay. Uh-uh. 880 00:58:29,038 --> 00:58:30,239 What the hell. 881 00:58:30,241 --> 00:58:32,007 Atta boy! 882 00:58:32,575 --> 00:58:34,142 No, David. 883 00:58:34,144 --> 00:58:35,611 This is a bad idea. 884 00:58:35,613 --> 00:58:36,912 Babe, it's gonna be fun. 885 00:58:36,914 --> 00:58:38,113 Babe, it's gonna be fun. 886 00:58:38,115 --> 00:58:39,414 Babe, it's gonna be fun. 887 00:58:39,416 --> 00:58:41,216 Dad, please. 888 00:58:41,218 --> 00:58:42,417 Come on. Don't you wanna give him 889 00:58:42,419 --> 00:58:44,486 a chance to prove me wrong? 890 00:58:44,488 --> 00:58:47,055 Yes, Jeannette, let me prove him wrong. 891 00:58:50,026 --> 00:58:52,160 Okay. You guys wanna be idiots... 892 00:58:52,162 --> 00:58:53,929 Yes! Yes, yes, yes! 893 00:58:53,931 --> 00:58:55,497 - Here we go! - Come on, Rex. 894 00:58:55,499 --> 00:58:58,133 Put 'em up. All right. 895 00:58:58,135 --> 00:58:59,701 - Let's do it. - Ready... 896 00:58:59,703 --> 00:59:01,236 - Straighten up. - Set... 897 00:59:02,205 --> 00:59:03,539 Go! 898 00:59:03,541 --> 00:59:04,606 Come on, Rex! Come on, David! 899 00:59:04,608 --> 00:59:05,874 Yay! Yay! Come on! 900 00:59:07,444 --> 00:59:09,478 Come on. Give him what you got. 901 00:59:09,480 --> 00:59:10,779 How's that feel, boy? 902 00:59:10,781 --> 00:59:12,281 Pick it up, David! Come on! 903 00:59:12,283 --> 00:59:14,850 You got it! 904 00:59:14,852 --> 00:59:16,985 You're gonna lose to an old man. 905 00:59:16,987 --> 00:59:18,987 Come on, honey! Bring it home! Bring it home! 906 00:59:18,989 --> 00:59:22,024 Let out the wild man! Come on, Rex! 907 00:59:22,026 --> 00:59:24,493 David, come on. You're stronger than this. 908 00:59:24,495 --> 00:59:26,628 Come on. Let's go, David. 909 00:59:26,630 --> 00:59:28,430 What'd I tell ya? No fight. 910 00:59:30,266 --> 00:59:32,367 Come on, David! Kick his ass! 911 00:59:32,369 --> 00:59:33,735 Stop helpin' him! 912 00:59:33,737 --> 00:59:36,138 - Take him down! Murder him! - Come on! 913 00:59:36,140 --> 00:59:37,739 Murder him, David! 914 00:59:41,377 --> 00:59:43,211 Honey, don't lose this! Come on! 915 00:59:43,213 --> 00:59:45,013 Murder that old dirty bastard! 916 00:59:45,015 --> 00:59:47,182 Take him down! Take him down! 917 00:59:50,420 --> 00:59:52,020 Go, go, go, go! 918 00:59:52,022 --> 00:59:54,022 Yes, yes, yes! 919 00:59:56,126 --> 00:59:57,359 Yes! 920 00:59:58,227 --> 00:59:59,661 Whoo! 921 00:59:59,663 --> 01:00:02,364 Dow Jones will live to see another day! 922 01:00:02,366 --> 01:00:05,934 Left-handed rematch! I want a left-handed rematch! 923 01:00:05,936 --> 01:00:08,537 No, dad. Don't be a sore loser. 924 01:00:08,539 --> 01:00:10,238 You ready for a lefty rematch? 925 01:00:10,240 --> 01:00:12,608 I'm ready for whatever you wanna throw at me, old man! 926 01:00:12,610 --> 01:00:14,009 Oh! 927 01:00:14,011 --> 01:00:15,877 What the hell, dad? 928 01:00:15,879 --> 01:00:18,480 - Jesus! - Shit. 929 01:00:18,482 --> 01:00:20,415 Well, you heard him. I mean, he said he was ready 930 01:00:20,417 --> 01:00:22,050 for whatever i wanted to throw at him. 931 01:00:22,052 --> 01:00:23,552 I think he broke my nose. 932 01:00:23,554 --> 01:00:27,155 It's not my fault. I have a soldier's reflex. 933 01:00:27,157 --> 01:00:29,658 I seriously thought you were ready. 934 01:00:29,660 --> 01:00:32,394 Tell your boyfriend that he needs to be careful 935 01:00:32,396 --> 01:00:34,896 about sayin' things he doesn't mean. 936 01:00:34,898 --> 01:00:38,467 He's not my boyfriend, dad. He's my fiance. 937 01:00:40,603 --> 01:00:42,137 Let's get you home. 938 01:00:44,707 --> 01:00:45,941 It's not stopping. I don't know 939 01:00:45,943 --> 01:00:47,209 where all the blood is coming from. 940 01:00:47,211 --> 01:00:48,510 Please, I don't want that. 941 01:00:50,346 --> 01:00:52,614 Why do you still have all these stupid boxes? 942 01:00:52,616 --> 01:00:54,016 David, you're drunk. 943 01:00:54,018 --> 01:00:55,751 Just drink some water. Let's go to bed. 944 01:00:55,753 --> 01:00:56,985 He punched me in the face, Jeannette. 945 01:00:56,987 --> 01:00:58,787 I know. You told me not to worry, 946 01:00:58,789 --> 01:01:01,456 and then he punched me right in the middle of the face. 947 01:01:01,458 --> 01:01:03,592 Everybody was shouting, it was so loud... 948 01:01:03,594 --> 01:01:04,960 And you screamed at me. 949 01:01:04,962 --> 01:01:06,595 You said "murder him," 950 01:01:06,597 --> 01:01:09,231 shouted it right in my ear. Like a madwoman. 951 01:01:09,233 --> 01:01:10,966 Please just drink some water. 952 01:01:10,968 --> 01:01:15,103 This is serious, Jeannette. Your dad is a total nut-job. 953 01:01:15,105 --> 01:01:17,205 Hey, I can call him that, not you. 954 01:01:17,207 --> 01:01:18,907 Your mom is delusional. 955 01:01:18,909 --> 01:01:21,943 Poor Maureen. She's gotta be out of her mind that she's 956 01:01:21,945 --> 01:01:23,645 choosing to live in that dump with them. 957 01:01:23,647 --> 01:01:25,947 This is my family that you are talking about. 958 01:01:25,949 --> 01:01:28,383 I know! And they are totally insane! 959 01:01:48,638 --> 01:01:49,705 Jeannette, I... 960 01:01:51,774 --> 01:01:54,242 I want to spend the rest of my life with you, 961 01:01:54,244 --> 01:01:56,378 but if we're gonna try and do that together, 962 01:01:58,114 --> 01:02:02,684 I can't have any more of whatever that was tonight. 963 01:02:08,424 --> 01:02:10,325 I... 964 01:02:12,929 --> 01:02:14,563 I gotta... I gotta go pee. 965 01:02:16,833 --> 01:02:17,999 I'm gonna pee. 966 01:02:26,809 --> 01:02:29,077 Don't worry. It's about a 20-hour drive to Texas. 967 01:02:29,079 --> 01:02:30,479 I can do it in under 15. 968 01:02:30,481 --> 01:02:32,414 We'll be back before you know it. 969 01:02:32,416 --> 01:02:34,349 How did grandma Smith die? 970 01:02:34,351 --> 01:02:37,552 My mother was an old woman. Old women die. 971 01:02:37,554 --> 01:02:39,421 Did she leave you anything? 972 01:02:39,423 --> 01:02:41,356 What kind of question is that? 973 01:02:41,358 --> 01:02:45,360 Why can't we come with you? I don't wanna stay with erma. 974 01:02:45,362 --> 01:02:47,529 Your dad hasn't had a drink in two months. 975 01:02:47,531 --> 01:02:49,731 I think we deserve a little vacation. 976 01:02:49,733 --> 01:02:51,199 But erma hates us. 977 01:02:51,201 --> 01:02:52,701 Don't blame her for her misery. 978 01:02:52,703 --> 01:02:54,336 It's all she knows. 979 01:02:54,338 --> 01:02:55,904 She's a dumb witch. 980 01:02:55,906 --> 01:02:57,706 Actually, she's very smart. 981 01:02:57,708 --> 01:03:00,408 That's where your dad gets it from. 982 01:03:00,410 --> 01:03:01,743 ...he painted a self-portrait 983 01:03:01,745 --> 01:03:03,078 with a bandaged ear. 984 01:03:03,080 --> 01:03:04,613 Van gogh. 985 01:03:04,615 --> 01:03:06,047 - Who is Van gogh? - That's right. 986 01:03:06,049 --> 01:03:07,582 You eat what I put on your plate. 987 01:03:07,584 --> 01:03:09,851 You spit that out, you're gonna eat that, too. 988 01:03:09,853 --> 01:03:12,721 No runnin' in the house, no shoutin', no whinin', 989 01:03:12,723 --> 01:03:14,956 no openin' the windows or the curtains. 990 01:03:15,625 --> 01:03:17,225 Edgar bergen. 991 01:03:17,227 --> 01:03:18,727 - Who is Edgar bergen? - Edgar bergen is right. 992 01:03:23,733 --> 01:03:25,901 It's so weird that dad lived here when he was our age. 993 01:03:26,903 --> 01:03:28,637 Yeah, I thought we had it bad. 994 01:03:32,008 --> 01:03:33,041 Look at this. 995 01:03:41,918 --> 01:03:43,652 You think dad really wrote all this? 996 01:03:45,087 --> 01:03:47,756 Listen to this. 997 01:03:47,758 --> 01:03:50,659 "There might be more than this blanket of black dust, 998 01:03:51,527 --> 01:03:52,928 "the stench of the tug, 999 01:03:52,930 --> 01:03:56,398 "the crunch of the coal-stained snow. 1000 01:03:56,400 --> 01:03:58,333 "More than the sound of her cackle, 1001 01:03:58,335 --> 01:04:01,469 "the cracks in her calloused hands. 1002 01:04:01,471 --> 01:04:04,673 "And there might be more, but I won't ever know 1003 01:04:04,675 --> 01:04:06,408 "because it's impossible to breathe 1004 01:04:06,410 --> 01:04:07,876 "when you're drowning in..." 1005 01:04:09,545 --> 01:04:10,779 He cusses. 1006 01:04:15,284 --> 01:04:18,119 "It's impossible to breathe when you're drowning in shit." 1007 01:04:22,626 --> 01:04:23,959 Keep it down! 1008 01:04:24,961 --> 01:04:26,561 This is gonna be a fun week. 1009 01:04:35,638 --> 01:04:37,405 You bring a sharpener? 1010 01:04:37,407 --> 01:04:38,874 Yeah, in my bag downstairs. 1011 01:04:39,508 --> 01:04:40,575 Okay. 1012 01:04:49,786 --> 01:04:53,121 - Stop worrying. - No, erma, please. 1013 01:04:53,123 --> 01:04:55,056 - You do what I tell you. - Stop it! 1014 01:04:55,058 --> 01:04:56,591 Just be quiet, boy. 1015 01:04:56,593 --> 01:04:58,093 Listen to your grandmother. 1016 01:04:58,095 --> 01:04:59,394 - No, stop it! - Where are you going? 1017 01:04:59,396 --> 01:05:01,229 Hold still! Hey! 1018 01:05:02,331 --> 01:05:04,833 Get away from him! Lori! 1019 01:05:04,835 --> 01:05:07,969 The boy's britches needed fixin'! 1020 01:05:07,971 --> 01:05:10,305 I know what I saw. She's a pervert! 1021 01:05:10,307 --> 01:05:11,606 You little bitch... 1022 01:05:11,608 --> 01:05:14,009 Hey, hey, hey! Let's just calm down, okay? 1023 01:05:21,184 --> 01:05:23,852 Come on, hold her down! 1024 01:05:23,854 --> 01:05:27,055 Stay the hell off of me, ya little beasts! 1025 01:05:27,057 --> 01:05:29,858 Nobody messes with our brother! 1026 01:05:32,029 --> 01:05:34,696 No! No! Put me down! 1027 01:05:52,181 --> 01:05:53,748 Dad, 1028 01:05:53,750 --> 01:05:55,583 we were just protecting ourselves. 1029 01:05:57,386 --> 01:05:58,987 Erma was grabbing his... Shut up! 1030 01:06:01,223 --> 01:06:02,724 I don't wanna hear another damn word 1031 01:06:02,726 --> 01:06:04,793 about whatever did or didn't happen! 1032 01:06:07,063 --> 01:06:08,296 It don't matter! 1033 01:06:10,633 --> 01:06:13,201 Brian's a man. He can take care of himself. 1034 01:06:14,403 --> 01:06:15,470 Can't you? 1035 01:06:20,142 --> 01:06:21,242 Let's go. 1036 01:06:37,626 --> 01:06:38,827 Are you comin'? 1037 01:06:48,604 --> 01:06:50,271 Come on, kids. Let's go inside. 1038 01:06:53,576 --> 01:06:55,343 Come on, guys, let's go. 1039 01:06:56,846 --> 01:06:57,946 Come on. 1040 01:07:11,560 --> 01:07:12,660 Get out. 1041 01:07:16,732 --> 01:07:17,966 Not if you're gonna drink. 1042 01:07:21,303 --> 01:07:22,871 You promised. 1043 01:07:44,794 --> 01:07:46,194 I'm not going. 1044 01:07:49,598 --> 01:07:50,899 Wait, wait. 1045 01:07:52,535 --> 01:07:55,336 Don't! Please, dad! 1046 01:07:57,406 --> 01:08:00,041 You... 1047 01:08:11,687 --> 01:08:13,054 See what you do? 1048 01:08:14,857 --> 01:08:16,691 It was one damn drink! 1049 01:08:16,693 --> 01:08:17,959 That's a lie, and you know it! 1050 01:08:17,961 --> 01:08:19,394 I can smell it on your sweater! 1051 01:08:19,396 --> 01:08:20,795 Come on, let's go. 1052 01:08:20,797 --> 01:08:22,397 You a bloodhound all of a sudden? 1053 01:08:22,399 --> 01:08:23,998 Why don't you go sniff your own butt for a change, 1054 01:08:24,000 --> 01:08:25,900 'cause that ain't smellin' too pretty these days! 1055 01:08:25,902 --> 01:08:27,335 That's very funny! 1056 01:08:27,337 --> 01:08:28,470 You're supposed to be at work right now! 1057 01:08:28,472 --> 01:08:29,804 You're gonna lose another job! 1058 01:08:29,806 --> 01:08:31,706 Why don't you go get a job 1059 01:08:31,708 --> 01:08:34,309 instead of wastin' your time on all this crap! 1060 01:08:34,311 --> 01:08:36,044 What the hell is this anyway? 1061 01:08:36,046 --> 01:08:38,379 Abstract expressionism! 1062 01:08:38,381 --> 01:08:40,482 Well, here's some realism for you! 1063 01:08:42,685 --> 01:08:46,054 Wow. You're just like your mother! 1064 01:08:53,930 --> 01:08:55,730 Don't you touch me! 1065 01:08:55,732 --> 01:08:58,600 Get back here, castrating whore! 1066 01:08:58,602 --> 01:09:00,034 - Get off me! - Come here! 1067 01:09:04,206 --> 01:09:05,673 Maureen, you wanna jump rope? Yeah. 1068 01:09:12,114 --> 01:09:13,281 Ready? 1069 01:09:13,283 --> 01:09:14,449 Go. 1070 01:09:16,552 --> 01:09:18,486 No! No! 1071 01:09:18,488 --> 01:09:19,921 - Come on! - No! 1072 01:09:19,923 --> 01:09:21,556 - Get up here, god damn it... - Mom! 1073 01:09:21,558 --> 01:09:23,958 - Rose Mary! - Hold on! 1074 01:09:33,302 --> 01:09:35,270 - Mom! - Help me! 1075 01:09:35,272 --> 01:09:37,272 Help! God, help me! 1076 01:09:37,274 --> 01:09:38,840 Don't let her fall! 1077 01:09:38,842 --> 01:09:40,608 What did you do to her? 1078 01:09:40,610 --> 01:09:42,143 I didn't do anything! 1079 01:09:42,145 --> 01:09:43,845 Get your hands off me! 1080 01:09:43,847 --> 01:09:47,315 I don't think you want me to let go... ow! She bit me! 1081 01:09:47,317 --> 01:09:49,617 - Pull me in! - God damn it! 1082 01:09:51,288 --> 01:09:53,254 He tried to kill me! 1083 01:09:53,256 --> 01:09:57,292 Mom, are you okay? I'm okay. 1084 01:09:57,294 --> 01:10:00,028 What do you mean, is she okay? Am I okay? She just bit me! 1085 01:10:00,030 --> 01:10:01,996 Well, why did you push her? 1086 01:10:01,998 --> 01:10:05,667 I didn't push her! She jumped! I swear to god! 1087 01:10:05,669 --> 01:10:07,202 You know, she's crazy! 1088 01:10:07,204 --> 01:10:09,871 You saw, she just bit me! I think she broke... 1089 01:10:09,873 --> 01:10:11,706 Jesus! 1090 01:10:36,498 --> 01:10:40,501 You are one hell of a woman, you know that? 1091 01:10:40,503 --> 01:10:44,005 And you're a stinking, rotten drunk. 1092 01:10:44,007 --> 01:10:46,541 But you love this stinking, rotten drunk, don't you? 1093 01:10:46,543 --> 01:10:49,577 Oh, Rex... 1094 01:11:04,126 --> 01:11:05,526 Hey, sweetie. 1095 01:11:11,300 --> 01:11:12,967 You have to leave him. 1096 01:11:22,678 --> 01:11:25,747 You know, when your dad first met my mother, 1097 01:11:25,749 --> 01:11:27,048 he asked her why she didn't have 1098 01:11:27,050 --> 01:11:29,417 any of my paintings on her walls, 1099 01:11:29,419 --> 01:11:31,019 and she said she didn't want to encourage 1100 01:11:31,021 --> 01:11:32,820 a habit with no future in it. 1101 01:11:34,356 --> 01:11:36,124 He looked her right in the eye and said, 1102 01:11:36,126 --> 01:11:37,592 "to hell with the future! 1103 01:11:37,594 --> 01:11:39,093 "Masterpieces like these 1104 01:11:39,095 --> 01:11:40,828 "should be on display right now." 1105 01:11:47,102 --> 01:11:51,372 So he took down all her paintings 1106 01:11:51,374 --> 01:11:52,940 and put up mine. 1107 01:11:57,613 --> 01:11:59,580 He's never going to change. 1108 01:12:03,519 --> 01:12:05,186 You have to leave him. 1109 01:12:16,565 --> 01:12:17,632 I can't. 1110 01:12:29,211 --> 01:12:31,179 Maureen, do you have any queens? 1111 01:12:31,181 --> 01:12:35,950 Go fish! Brian, do you have any nines? 1112 01:12:37,319 --> 01:12:38,419 Go fish! 1113 01:12:39,655 --> 01:12:40,154 We don't need them. 1114 01:12:43,992 --> 01:12:45,827 They're never going to take care of us, 1115 01:12:45,829 --> 01:12:48,696 so we have to do it ourselves. 1116 01:12:48,698 --> 01:12:51,165 We'll all go to school and start saving up 1117 01:12:51,167 --> 01:12:53,000 so we can move out when we're old enough. 1118 01:12:55,003 --> 01:12:57,004 If we're going to make it out of this, 1119 01:12:57,006 --> 01:12:58,673 we have to do it together. 1120 01:13:00,376 --> 01:13:01,509 Deal? 1121 01:13:08,417 --> 01:13:10,251 We are getting the heck out of here. 1122 01:14:25,661 --> 01:14:28,429 Miss bivens asked me to be editor of the paper next year. 1123 01:14:28,431 --> 01:14:30,865 What? That's amazing! 1124 01:14:32,135 --> 01:14:33,968 I swear, by the time you graduate, 1125 01:14:33,970 --> 01:14:35,870 you're gonna have every school in New York fightin' over you. 1126 01:14:41,510 --> 01:14:42,910 They're here. 1127 01:14:47,616 --> 01:14:51,018 Don't worry about us. We'll be fine. 1128 01:14:52,721 --> 01:14:53,788 Yeah. 1129 01:14:54,456 --> 01:14:56,624 Hey... 1130 01:14:56,626 --> 01:14:58,626 I left five bucks in there. 1131 01:15:00,128 --> 01:15:01,696 Start savin' up. You're next. 1132 01:15:03,465 --> 01:15:04,966 Dad's in the backyard. 1133 01:15:05,734 --> 01:15:07,068 I think it's clear. 1134 01:15:08,171 --> 01:15:09,637 I love you guys! 1135 01:15:10,807 --> 01:15:12,206 Love you. 1136 01:15:13,976 --> 01:15:16,043 - All right, bye! - Okay, bye! 1137 01:15:16,045 --> 01:15:17,712 Love you! Love you! 1138 01:15:24,753 --> 01:15:26,187 Lori, we need to go! 1139 01:15:26,189 --> 01:15:28,356 Hey! Where the hell you think you're goin'? 1140 01:15:28,358 --> 01:15:30,324 Guess it wasn't clear. 1141 01:15:30,326 --> 01:15:33,327 -Hey! Lori! -Talkin' to you, girl! 1142 01:15:33,329 --> 01:15:35,830 Get your ass outta that car now! 1143 01:15:35,832 --> 01:15:37,231 Drive, go! 1144 01:15:57,853 --> 01:15:59,353 You know why she left? 1145 01:16:02,791 --> 01:16:03,858 Huh? 1146 01:16:08,630 --> 01:16:11,432 Brian? You know why she left? 1147 01:16:15,304 --> 01:16:16,437 Maureen? 1148 01:16:25,380 --> 01:16:26,681 You gonna leave, too? 1149 01:16:31,920 --> 01:16:33,087 Answer me. 1150 01:16:34,957 --> 01:16:36,324 Answer me! 1151 01:16:36,326 --> 01:16:37,959 - Rex... - Shut up! 1152 01:16:43,565 --> 01:16:44,732 No, sir. 1153 01:16:53,676 --> 01:16:55,810 Somebody take out the damn trash! 1154 01:17:42,425 --> 01:17:44,225 - Lori? - Coast clear? 1155 01:17:44,227 --> 01:17:47,294 Yeah. He's passed out. How is everything? 1156 01:17:47,296 --> 01:17:49,030 Well, last night at the restaurant 1157 01:17:49,032 --> 01:17:51,632 I met a writing professor from barnard. 1158 01:17:51,634 --> 01:17:53,134 I told her you were gonna apply to her school, 1159 01:17:53,136 --> 01:17:54,802 and she was really nice about it. 1160 01:17:54,804 --> 01:17:57,238 She said she'd be happy to read your stuff. 1161 01:17:57,240 --> 01:17:58,906 Are you serious? 1162 01:17:58,908 --> 01:18:01,976 Yeah. She said to call her when you get up here. 1163 01:18:01,978 --> 01:18:03,644 That's amazing. 1164 01:18:03,646 --> 01:18:05,646 How's the escape fund looking? 1165 01:18:05,648 --> 01:18:07,415 Oh, it's getting close. 1166 01:18:07,417 --> 01:18:10,017 I think I've baby-sat every demon child in Welch by now. 1167 01:18:10,019 --> 01:18:11,118 You wanna hear? Mmm-hmm. 1168 01:18:15,090 --> 01:18:16,257 Sounds like freedom. 1169 01:18:16,259 --> 01:18:16,257 She sounds fat. 1170 01:18:20,328 --> 01:18:22,930 Oh, you're really gonna love it here, Jeannette. 1171 01:18:22,932 --> 01:18:24,899 It feels like you're breathing for the first time. 1172 01:18:27,769 --> 01:18:30,504 I don't think he's gonna let me go. 1173 01:18:30,506 --> 01:18:33,841 Hey, come on. Don't even think about that. 1174 01:18:33,843 --> 01:18:35,676 It doesn't matter anyway. 1175 01:18:35,678 --> 01:18:37,378 You can do whatever... What was that? 1176 01:18:37,380 --> 01:18:39,146 Hold on. Can you call me back? 1177 01:18:39,148 --> 01:18:40,214 Okay. 1178 01:18:58,700 --> 01:18:59,967 I'm sorry. 1179 01:19:03,872 --> 01:19:05,439 Erma died. 1180 01:19:34,903 --> 01:19:39,807 Do you think erma ever did something to dad? 1181 01:19:41,009 --> 01:19:42,877 Like what? 1182 01:19:46,081 --> 01:19:47,982 Like what she did to Brian. 1183 01:19:51,853 --> 01:19:53,954 You can't think about things like that. 1184 01:19:53,956 --> 01:19:55,656 It'll make you crazy. 1185 01:20:01,930 --> 01:20:03,831 I'm gonna meet you back at home. 1186 01:20:31,793 --> 01:20:35,596 Dad... I'm sorry about erma. 1187 01:20:37,966 --> 01:20:40,134 When it's time to go, you go. 1188 01:20:42,804 --> 01:20:44,405 I'm not talkin' about that. 1189 01:20:48,343 --> 01:20:51,378 "It's impossible to breathe when you're drowning in shit." 1190 01:21:01,323 --> 01:21:03,057 Ready to lose that 40 bucks? 1191 01:21:09,732 --> 01:21:11,332 You can pay me now or pay me later. 1192 01:21:13,401 --> 01:21:15,302 You still believe in your ol' man? 1193 01:21:17,839 --> 01:21:19,740 Do you wanna help me hustle this guy? 1194 01:21:19,742 --> 01:21:21,008 Make some money? 1195 01:21:22,077 --> 01:21:23,644 Yeah, okay, so... 1196 01:21:23,646 --> 01:21:27,181 Long as you stroke his ego, he'll keep playin'. 1197 01:21:27,183 --> 01:21:29,783 I'll pull the plug the second we've drained him. 1198 01:21:31,354 --> 01:21:32,453 You know the drill. 1199 01:21:35,690 --> 01:21:36,757 Robbie! 1200 01:21:39,861 --> 01:21:40,961 Hey, Rex. 1201 01:21:57,379 --> 01:21:59,880 Jeannette? 1202 01:21:59,882 --> 01:22:03,784 Name's Robbie. I didn't know ol' Rex had a daughter. 1203 01:22:06,655 --> 01:22:08,155 He has three. 1204 01:22:09,725 --> 01:22:11,292 Rex said you like to dance. 1205 01:22:21,903 --> 01:22:23,470 You like livin' in this town? 1206 01:22:26,107 --> 01:22:27,741 It's all right. 1207 01:22:27,743 --> 01:22:29,476 It ain't all right, and you know it. 1208 01:22:30,845 --> 01:22:33,013 We're all mudbugs in a boiling pot, 1209 01:22:33,015 --> 01:22:34,815 don't even know we're being cooked alive. 1210 01:22:37,753 --> 01:22:39,486 I'm headin' off to Chicago 1211 01:22:39,488 --> 01:22:42,156 soon as I can afford up savings for it. 1212 01:22:43,858 --> 01:22:45,092 What about you? 1213 01:22:48,630 --> 01:22:51,098 I'm savin' up to move to New York City 1214 01:22:51,100 --> 01:22:52,333 to be with my sister. 1215 01:22:53,935 --> 01:22:58,339 All right. Big apple. 1216 01:22:58,341 --> 01:23:01,775 I like that city. I been there a couple times. 1217 01:23:01,777 --> 01:23:03,344 You're gonna love it. 1218 01:23:07,449 --> 01:23:08,515 Yup. 1219 01:23:10,952 --> 01:23:13,454 Robbie! Do somethin' worthwhile 1220 01:23:13,456 --> 01:23:15,022 with those damn hands of yours. 1221 01:23:15,024 --> 01:23:16,623 Get over here, play me a game. 1222 01:23:19,861 --> 01:23:21,061 Well, all right. 1223 01:23:25,133 --> 01:23:26,700 ...side pocket. 1224 01:23:26,702 --> 01:23:28,102 You sure about that, Rex? 1225 01:23:31,139 --> 01:23:32,973 Ooh! Damn! 1226 01:23:34,977 --> 01:23:37,578 That's four games in a damn row. 1227 01:23:37,580 --> 01:23:41,181 That'll be 80 bucks unless you wanna go double or nothin'. 1228 01:23:41,183 --> 01:23:45,152 No. Take it all. You deserve it. 1229 01:23:45,154 --> 01:23:47,287 Here you go. Wash down that humble pie. 1230 01:23:50,592 --> 01:23:52,993 To your daughter 1231 01:23:52,995 --> 01:23:54,728 and her big move to New York City. 1232 01:23:59,267 --> 01:24:00,734 New York City, huh? 1233 01:24:09,678 --> 01:24:11,512 Can't believe i let that old fart take me. 1234 01:24:11,514 --> 01:24:13,647 I don't know if I'm ticked or impressed. 1235 01:24:20,789 --> 01:24:23,023 Now, you know my apartment's right upstairs. 1236 01:24:23,025 --> 01:24:25,259 Got a bunch of records ain't on that jukebox 1237 01:24:25,261 --> 01:24:26,760 if you wanna come up and listen a bit. 1238 01:24:27,862 --> 01:24:29,463 Thanks, but I can't. 1239 01:24:31,633 --> 01:24:33,967 Rex, you mind if I bring your daughter upstairs for a bit, 1240 01:24:33,969 --> 01:24:35,269 listen to some records? 1241 01:24:41,042 --> 01:24:43,811 She's a big city girl now. She can handle herself. 1242 01:24:46,881 --> 01:24:48,449 Holler if ya need me. 1243 01:25:09,637 --> 01:25:11,271 You know, I can't stay long. 1244 01:25:11,273 --> 01:25:14,641 That's all right. Just wanna play you a tune or two. 1245 01:25:17,245 --> 01:25:18,979 I think you're gonna like this one. 1246 01:25:22,918 --> 01:25:25,152 Hmm. 1247 01:25:26,688 --> 01:25:27,988 Where were we? 1248 01:25:32,026 --> 01:25:34,561 Think for dancing it's sorta like this. 1249 01:25:39,834 --> 01:25:41,668 You tryin' to sniff my hair? No. 1250 01:25:41,670 --> 01:25:42,736 What are you doin'? 1251 01:25:44,272 --> 01:25:45,539 Oh. 1252 01:25:45,541 --> 01:25:46,874 That's what i was tryin' to do. 1253 01:25:47,876 --> 01:25:48,675 Oh. I'm not that kinda girl. 1254 01:25:52,514 --> 01:25:55,516 Well, we'll just dance, then. All right? 1255 01:26:01,557 --> 01:26:04,191 Whoa! How'd that happen? 1256 01:26:06,294 --> 01:26:07,594 Okay. 1257 01:26:07,596 --> 01:26:09,029 Robbie, what are you doing? This. 1258 01:26:09,797 --> 01:26:11,365 Stop. 1259 01:26:11,367 --> 01:26:14,201 I just wanna see what you got under this dress. 1260 01:26:14,203 --> 01:26:16,069 Robbie, stop! 1261 01:26:16,071 --> 01:26:18,238 Easy. Take it easy. 1262 01:26:18,240 --> 01:26:19,540 Robbie... It's all right. 1263 01:26:20,575 --> 01:26:22,409 Hey, hey! 1264 01:26:23,578 --> 01:26:24,811 Let me show you. 1265 01:26:25,580 --> 01:26:26,647 Mmm. 1266 01:26:37,592 --> 01:26:40,894 Okay. There you go. 1267 01:26:47,835 --> 01:26:49,002 Oh. 1268 01:26:49,004 --> 01:26:50,070 Mmm-hmm. 1269 01:26:51,773 --> 01:26:54,308 When I was a little girl, i lit myself on fire. 1270 01:26:57,345 --> 01:26:58,512 It gets worse down there. 1271 01:27:04,119 --> 01:27:05,419 I'm gonna go now. 1272 01:27:26,874 --> 01:27:28,642 I knew you could handle yourself. 1273 01:27:32,547 --> 01:27:36,216 It's like that time i taught you to swim 1274 01:27:36,218 --> 01:27:38,218 and you thought you were gonna drown, 1275 01:27:38,220 --> 01:27:39,953 but I knew you'd do just fine. 1276 01:27:48,062 --> 01:27:49,863 Okay, here. 1277 01:27:52,500 --> 01:27:54,134 Here's your cut. 1278 01:27:57,171 --> 01:27:58,839 Take it or not. 1279 01:27:58,841 --> 01:28:01,141 Might come in handy for the big move. 1280 01:28:07,682 --> 01:28:09,383 I don't care what erma did to you. 1281 01:28:11,653 --> 01:28:13,320 It's no excuse. 1282 01:28:16,924 --> 01:28:18,458 I am movin' to New York, 1283 01:28:18,460 --> 01:28:19,660 and there's nothin' that you can do about it. 1284 01:28:28,569 --> 01:28:29,870 You okay? 1285 01:28:29,872 --> 01:28:31,104 I need to get the hell outta here. 1286 01:28:57,365 --> 01:29:00,734 Somebody sure gutted your piggy, didn't they? 1287 01:29:00,736 --> 01:29:02,102 Any suspects? 1288 01:29:04,806 --> 01:29:06,740 That money was mine. 1289 01:29:27,662 --> 01:29:29,896 Why are you doin' this to us, dad? 1290 01:29:47,749 --> 01:29:50,350 New York magazine. This is Jeannette walls. 1291 01:29:50,352 --> 01:29:51,518 Hey, big shot. 1292 01:29:52,553 --> 01:29:54,187 Maureen? 1293 01:29:54,189 --> 01:29:56,022 How's your fancy life? 1294 01:29:56,024 --> 01:29:59,426 Just gettin' ready for my fancy engagement party. 1295 01:29:59,428 --> 01:30:00,694 We're excited to see you. 1296 01:30:01,696 --> 01:30:03,363 I can't make it tonight. 1297 01:30:04,031 --> 01:30:05,098 Why not? 1298 01:30:06,901 --> 01:30:09,102 'Cause I'm movin' to California. 1299 01:30:09,104 --> 01:30:10,604 You're not serious? 1300 01:30:12,707 --> 01:30:14,641 Maureen, you can't go to California. 1301 01:30:16,043 --> 01:30:18,945 That's the other side of the country. 1302 01:30:18,947 --> 01:30:21,181 We have to stick together. We always have. 1303 01:30:23,384 --> 01:30:24,951 That's not true. 1304 01:30:27,155 --> 01:30:29,890 I gotta go. I love you. 1305 01:30:33,327 --> 01:30:36,062 Why would she go to California? 1306 01:30:36,064 --> 01:30:37,464 It's as far away from them as she can get 1307 01:30:37,466 --> 01:30:38,799 without swimming to Hawaii. 1308 01:30:41,836 --> 01:30:43,970 It's our fault. 1309 01:30:43,972 --> 01:30:46,039 We should have never left her alone with them. 1310 01:30:50,578 --> 01:30:52,212 She would have hated this anyway. 1311 01:30:54,415 --> 01:30:56,082 David sure doesn't. 1312 01:30:56,084 --> 01:30:58,618 Thank you so much for coming. Who needs more bubbly? 1313 01:30:58,620 --> 01:30:59,986 We do! 1314 01:31:02,090 --> 01:31:03,757 Hi, handsome! 1315 01:31:03,759 --> 01:31:05,025 Did you invite them? 1316 01:31:06,861 --> 01:31:07,928 Oops. 1317 01:31:09,197 --> 01:31:11,798 Look who's here. Oh! Hey. 1318 01:31:11,800 --> 01:31:13,834 Okay, okay. Whoa! Thank you, thank you! 1319 01:31:14,869 --> 01:31:16,837 This'll be interesting. 1320 01:31:16,839 --> 01:31:17,971 Let's get this party started! 1321 01:31:17,973 --> 01:31:20,774 Oh, congratulations, honey! 1322 01:31:24,046 --> 01:31:27,681 What does an investment banker use as birth control? 1323 01:31:28,416 --> 01:31:29,749 His personality. 1324 01:31:32,221 --> 01:31:33,787 All right, one more. 1325 01:31:33,789 --> 01:31:35,388 What's the difference between a bag of manure on 1326 01:31:35,390 --> 01:31:36,957 your lawn and an investment banker? 1327 01:31:36,959 --> 01:31:38,391 Can I speak with you for a second? 1328 01:31:38,393 --> 01:31:40,393 I'm in the middle of a punchline. 1329 01:31:40,395 --> 01:31:42,162 Okay, hold that thought, gents. 1330 01:31:43,731 --> 01:31:45,332 Who is that guy? 1331 01:31:50,471 --> 01:31:53,507 Swanky. But I don't see one of your mama's paintings. 1332 01:31:54,942 --> 01:31:56,743 What are you doing here? 1333 01:31:58,313 --> 01:32:01,915 Just networking with all these fantastic people. 1334 01:32:01,917 --> 01:32:05,085 Every time someone leaves, you act like a child. 1335 01:32:05,087 --> 01:32:07,821 You'd think you'd be used to it by now. 1336 01:32:07,823 --> 01:32:09,456 What's that supposed to mean? 1337 01:32:09,458 --> 01:32:12,392 It's not a surprise, dad. 1338 01:32:12,394 --> 01:32:16,129 Maureen left because your bullshit drove her crazy. 1339 01:32:16,131 --> 01:32:19,933 You really wanna talk about bullshit right now? 1340 01:32:19,935 --> 01:32:23,103 Look around! This ain't you! 1341 01:32:23,105 --> 01:32:25,105 You ain't like those pawns, and you know it! 1342 01:32:25,107 --> 01:32:28,008 Don't turn this on me. You're a walls. 1343 01:32:28,010 --> 01:32:29,776 You were born to change the world, 1344 01:32:29,778 --> 01:32:31,745 not just add to the noise. 1345 01:32:31,747 --> 01:32:34,948 You cannot marry that fool! You're better than him! 1346 01:32:34,950 --> 01:32:37,817 And you're better than that goddamn gossip column! 1347 01:32:37,819 --> 01:32:39,252 You're a real writer! 1348 01:32:40,321 --> 01:32:41,888 I like my life, dad. 1349 01:32:43,324 --> 01:32:44,691 Then why is all your crap 1350 01:32:44,693 --> 01:32:46,393 still packed up in those boxes? 1351 01:32:48,829 --> 01:32:51,097 What's goin' on, guys? 1352 01:32:51,099 --> 01:32:53,533 We don't want to upset David. 1353 01:32:53,535 --> 01:32:56,636 Why do you care so much about David all of a sudden? 1354 01:32:56,638 --> 01:33:00,874 Well, he's like part of the family now. Right, honey? 1355 01:33:00,876 --> 01:33:02,776 This is not the time, okay? 1356 01:33:02,778 --> 01:33:05,345 Well, when's the right time? Not right now! Okay? 1357 01:33:05,347 --> 01:33:06,580 Look, there were three more offers today. 1358 01:33:06,582 --> 01:33:08,214 So you can wait till tomorrow... 1359 01:33:08,216 --> 01:33:09,583 I have to tell her! Tell me what? 1360 01:33:09,585 --> 01:33:10,717 Trust me, now is not the time! 1361 01:33:10,719 --> 01:33:11,818 Tell me what, mom? 1362 01:33:11,820 --> 01:33:12,886 Let me talk! 1363 01:33:16,158 --> 01:33:18,058 You know how I was telling you about my brother 1364 01:33:18,060 --> 01:33:21,194 selling his half of mom's land in Texas? 1365 01:33:21,196 --> 01:33:22,662 Well, now that you're gettin' married 1366 01:33:22,664 --> 01:33:26,633 and you have all these nice things, 1367 01:33:26,635 --> 01:33:28,668 we were thinkin' that maybe we could 1368 01:33:30,638 --> 01:33:33,673 borrow the money to buy it. 1369 01:33:33,675 --> 01:33:35,775 So the only reason why you're being nice to David 1370 01:33:35,777 --> 01:33:37,944 is because you want his money? 1371 01:33:37,946 --> 01:33:41,581 No, it's not the only reason. I'm also just a nice person. 1372 01:33:41,583 --> 01:33:44,217 You are a nice person. Thank you. 1373 01:33:44,219 --> 01:33:46,653 We wouldn't ask if it wasn't urgent, honey. 1374 01:33:47,521 --> 01:33:48,989 How much? 1375 01:33:48,991 --> 01:33:50,557 No, let's not get into... About a million. 1376 01:33:52,927 --> 01:33:54,861 A million dollars? 1377 01:33:54,863 --> 01:33:55,996 A little under. 1378 01:33:57,398 --> 01:33:59,766 A little under... 1379 01:33:59,768 --> 01:34:01,801 If uncle Jim's land is worth that much, 1380 01:34:01,803 --> 01:34:03,570 then yours is, too. 1381 01:34:03,572 --> 01:34:07,774 Well, I don't know. I've never had it appraised. 1382 01:34:07,776 --> 01:34:10,677 My father taught me you never sell land. 1383 01:34:10,679 --> 01:34:12,479 - Good advice. - Right. 1384 01:34:14,749 --> 01:34:17,083 Grandma Smith died when I was 11. 1385 01:34:18,986 --> 01:34:20,820 Have you been sitting on a million dollars 1386 01:34:20,822 --> 01:34:22,422 since I was 11? 1387 01:34:22,424 --> 01:34:26,860 No, no! It appreciates over time. It escalates. 1388 01:34:26,862 --> 01:34:28,528 You knew about this? 1389 01:34:30,931 --> 01:34:33,233 Do you realize what we could have done with that money? 1390 01:34:33,235 --> 01:34:36,202 I don't want my kids raised on a goddamn handout! 1391 01:34:36,204 --> 01:34:37,437 What the hell? 1392 01:34:37,439 --> 01:34:39,773 What the hell is wrong with you? 1393 01:34:39,775 --> 01:34:41,274 Oh... 1394 01:34:41,276 --> 01:34:42,509 Nice, rose. 1395 01:34:45,312 --> 01:34:46,946 Hey, mountain goat! 1396 01:34:46,948 --> 01:34:48,915 Don't ever call me that again! 1397 01:34:48,917 --> 01:34:50,150 Uh, Jeannette... 1398 01:34:50,152 --> 01:34:51,951 David, please... 1399 01:34:51,953 --> 01:34:53,486 Come on. I know you're upset. But let's just go back 1400 01:34:53,488 --> 01:34:55,121 and talk about this. Come on. 1401 01:34:55,123 --> 01:34:57,991 Dad, why do you think all of us ran away from you? 1402 01:34:58,793 --> 01:35:00,827 We were drowning. 1403 01:35:00,829 --> 01:35:04,264 I still don't understand why you followed us here. 1404 01:35:04,266 --> 01:35:06,499 We wanted to be a family again. 1405 01:35:06,501 --> 01:35:09,335 We were never a family, mom. We were a nightmare. 1406 01:35:09,337 --> 01:35:12,305 Your mom and I did everything we could for you, okay? 1407 01:35:12,307 --> 01:35:13,840 We looked after you, 1408 01:35:13,842 --> 01:35:17,110 and it was a happy family! Bullshit! We did it! 1409 01:35:17,112 --> 01:35:18,311 We took care of each other 1410 01:35:18,313 --> 01:35:19,879 because you were too drunk to! 1411 01:35:22,483 --> 01:35:26,986 It was your job to protect us, and you didn't even try! 1412 01:35:26,988 --> 01:35:29,789 That ain't true, okay? It is true. 1413 01:35:29,791 --> 01:35:31,791 You got some kind of weird revisionist history goin' on. 1414 01:35:31,793 --> 01:35:33,426 You were a happy kid! Stop it, dad. Stop talking. 1415 01:35:33,428 --> 01:35:36,329 And they were happy kids! And we looked after you! 1416 01:35:36,331 --> 01:35:39,599 Stop talking! Talking is not trying! 1417 01:35:41,302 --> 01:35:43,403 You talked my whole goddamn life! 1418 01:35:46,040 --> 01:35:47,507 And I believed you. 1419 01:35:49,777 --> 01:35:51,311 Don't! 1420 01:35:51,313 --> 01:35:53,680 Hey, don't do this. 1421 01:35:53,682 --> 01:35:56,116 I don't want you in my life. 1422 01:35:56,118 --> 01:35:57,817 Jeannette, you do not mean that. 1423 01:35:57,819 --> 01:35:58,918 I don't want you to call or write 1424 01:35:58,920 --> 01:36:00,553 or show up out of the blue. 1425 01:36:00,555 --> 01:36:02,422 I don't want another one of your bullshit stories. 1426 01:36:02,424 --> 01:36:04,090 I don't wanna see you anymore. 1427 01:36:25,147 --> 01:36:26,212 I gotta go. 1428 01:36:27,481 --> 01:36:29,249 See you soon, little sister. 1429 01:36:57,311 --> 01:36:58,778 I think I figured out how to deal 1430 01:36:58,780 --> 01:37:02,315 with the lack of sunlight on the hillside. 1431 01:37:02,317 --> 01:37:03,950 We just need to install 1432 01:37:03,952 --> 01:37:06,786 specially-curved mirrors to all the solar cells. 1433 01:37:07,955 --> 01:37:09,289 See, what I was thinkin' was 1434 01:37:09,291 --> 01:37:11,191 you don't have to go right away. 1435 01:37:11,193 --> 01:37:12,959 You could just... Dad... 1436 01:37:12,961 --> 01:37:14,460 You could finish school here 1437 01:37:14,462 --> 01:37:16,529 and get a job at the Welch daily news, 1438 01:37:16,531 --> 01:37:17,730 and I would help you 1439 01:37:17,732 --> 01:37:18,998 write those articles. I am going. 1440 01:37:19,000 --> 01:37:21,301 Remember how we used to do that? 1441 01:37:21,303 --> 01:37:22,669 You remember that? 1442 01:37:24,238 --> 01:37:26,539 You are never going to build the glass castle. 1443 01:37:26,541 --> 01:37:28,241 Oh, I am. You're not. 1444 01:37:28,243 --> 01:37:30,443 I am. I got it right here. 1445 01:37:30,445 --> 01:37:32,078 And even if you do, it doesn't matter. 1446 01:37:33,647 --> 01:37:35,815 I'm gettin' on the first bus outta here. 1447 01:37:36,383 --> 01:37:37,617 Well... 1448 01:37:37,619 --> 01:37:39,419 If the bus breaks down, I'm gonna walk. 1449 01:37:39,421 --> 01:37:41,621 I am gonna finish this thing... 1450 01:37:41,623 --> 01:37:42,989 I will hitchhike if I have to, dad. 1451 01:37:42,991 --> 01:37:45,425 I can guaran-goddamn-tee it. 1452 01:37:45,427 --> 01:37:48,628 Build it if you want, but don't build it for me. 1453 01:37:48,630 --> 01:37:50,697 Hey, hey, hey! Jeannette... 1454 01:37:53,634 --> 01:37:55,368 Mountain goat! 1455 01:38:21,829 --> 01:38:23,529 Okay, so I'm gonna pick you up after work, 1456 01:38:23,531 --> 01:38:25,632 and we'll head straight to the restaurant from there. 1457 01:38:26,500 --> 01:38:28,034 Where? 1458 01:38:28,036 --> 01:38:29,769 We have dinner with Mr. lehocky and his wife. 1459 01:38:32,940 --> 01:38:35,341 Jeannette, remember i told you about this? 1460 01:38:35,343 --> 01:38:37,110 Furniture designer? 1461 01:38:37,112 --> 01:38:38,811 This guy's got more money than he knows what to do with. 1462 01:38:38,813 --> 01:38:42,015 He made the chair that you're sitting in. 1463 01:38:42,017 --> 01:38:44,417 Right, the furniture designer. I got it. 1464 01:38:46,353 --> 01:38:48,554 Jeannette, please? 1465 01:38:48,556 --> 01:38:50,290 This is a very big account, okay? 1466 01:38:50,292 --> 01:38:51,524 This'll be huge for us. 1467 01:38:52,826 --> 01:38:54,627 I said I got it. 1468 01:38:54,629 --> 01:38:56,696 Okay. Can you get that? I gotta go. 1469 01:38:56,698 --> 01:38:57,764 Mmm-hmm. 1470 01:39:04,506 --> 01:39:06,673 Jeannette, it's me, sweetie. 1471 01:39:08,342 --> 01:39:09,742 It's been too long. 1472 01:39:09,744 --> 01:39:12,278 You can't ignore us forever, honey. 1473 01:39:14,148 --> 01:39:18,284 I just really need to talk to you about somethin'. Okay? 1474 01:39:21,322 --> 01:39:24,924 Have you been to the Picasso retrospective at moma yet? 1475 01:39:24,926 --> 01:39:25,959 Mom... 1476 01:39:25,961 --> 01:39:27,393 Don't waste your time. 1477 01:39:27,395 --> 01:39:28,528 He really didn't do anything worthwhile 1478 01:39:28,530 --> 01:39:30,396 after his rose period. 1479 01:39:30,398 --> 01:39:32,632 All that cubist stuff is so gimmicky. 1480 01:39:32,634 --> 01:39:33,866 Mom, I have to go back to work. 1481 01:39:33,868 --> 01:39:35,001 Why are you here? 1482 01:39:36,905 --> 01:39:39,105 I need to sit down. 1483 01:39:42,977 --> 01:39:44,243 You know how I am with 1484 01:39:44,245 --> 01:39:46,112 sentimental situations like this. 1485 01:39:47,681 --> 01:39:51,351 It's just... I don't know what to do. 1486 01:39:53,821 --> 01:39:55,088 What's goin' on? 1487 01:39:58,559 --> 01:40:01,527 Your dad's sick. And he's not gettin' better. 1488 01:40:03,263 --> 01:40:05,298 He stopped talkin' last week. 1489 01:40:07,601 --> 01:40:09,969 Well, what does that mean? 1490 01:40:09,971 --> 01:40:11,771 He was rantin' about that night at David's, 1491 01:40:11,773 --> 01:40:16,209 all that stuff you said about his drinkin' 1492 01:40:16,211 --> 01:40:19,312 and how talking isn't trying, and whatever else you said. 1493 01:40:19,314 --> 01:40:21,748 Then he asked me if I think he talks too much, 1494 01:40:21,750 --> 01:40:23,216 and I said, "yeah," 'cause he does. 1495 01:40:25,753 --> 01:40:27,320 And then he just stopped. 1496 01:40:30,457 --> 01:40:32,325 Hasn't said a word since. 1497 01:40:35,496 --> 01:40:37,930 Won't get out of bed. Barely eats. 1498 01:40:39,400 --> 01:40:40,900 The silence is awful. 1499 01:40:47,574 --> 01:40:49,342 He's dying, Jeannette. 1500 01:40:53,280 --> 01:40:55,014 You have a right to be angry. 1501 01:40:55,016 --> 01:40:56,983 You think I don't know that? 1502 01:40:56,985 --> 01:40:58,351 Of course you do. 1503 01:41:00,521 --> 01:41:03,189 Look, I don't wanna tell you what to do ever, 1504 01:41:05,292 --> 01:41:08,194 but I know you love him, and I just think 1505 01:41:08,196 --> 01:41:10,563 you'll regret it if you don't come home and say goodbye. 1506 01:41:17,304 --> 01:41:19,338 Mom, I said goodbye a long time ago. 1507 01:41:19,340 --> 01:41:20,973 Jeannette... 1508 01:41:24,478 --> 01:41:26,379 The doctor told him a month if he stops drinking, 1509 01:41:26,381 --> 01:41:29,382 which he won't, so who knows? 1510 01:41:30,818 --> 01:41:33,486 What exactly is it? 1511 01:41:33,488 --> 01:41:34,687 Pretty much everything you can get 1512 01:41:34,689 --> 01:41:36,122 from four packs of cigarettes 1513 01:41:36,124 --> 01:41:39,192 and two quarts of booze every day for 50 years. 1514 01:41:39,194 --> 01:41:42,929 He doesn't look good. You have to go see him. 1515 01:41:46,200 --> 01:41:47,433 No, I don't. 1516 01:41:48,502 --> 01:41:50,103 You're right. You don't. 1517 01:41:52,106 --> 01:41:54,740 But you kind of do. 1518 01:41:54,742 --> 01:41:56,642 He's done a lotta shitty things, 1519 01:41:58,312 --> 01:41:59,612 but he's had his moments. 1520 01:42:14,695 --> 01:42:16,262 Man in the hall! 1521 01:42:16,264 --> 01:42:18,631 Does anybody know where Jeannette's room is? 1522 01:42:20,100 --> 01:42:21,467 Oh, thank you kindly, ma'am. 1523 01:42:28,242 --> 01:42:30,376 What are you snot-slingin' about? 1524 01:42:30,378 --> 01:42:32,311 What are you doing here? 1525 01:42:32,313 --> 01:42:34,413 I thought I'd finally come check out 1526 01:42:34,415 --> 01:42:37,583 this high-fallutin' college o' yours. 1527 01:42:37,585 --> 01:42:40,887 I gotta say, for the tuition i expected a bit more. 1528 01:42:44,958 --> 01:42:49,195 Your mom says that you're jumpin' ship. 1529 01:42:49,197 --> 01:42:51,430 What happened to all your fancy scholarships? 1530 01:42:53,133 --> 01:42:55,034 It isn't enough. 1531 01:42:55,036 --> 01:42:56,569 And they don't cut breaks 1532 01:42:56,571 --> 01:42:59,305 for poor little country girls with big dreams? 1533 01:42:59,307 --> 01:43:00,806 You can't say i didn't warn ya. 1534 01:43:00,808 --> 01:43:02,208 Did you come all the way here from Welch 1535 01:43:02,210 --> 01:43:03,543 just to rub it in my face? 1536 01:43:04,545 --> 01:43:06,445 You were right. Okay? 1537 01:43:06,447 --> 01:43:09,182 I never should've come here. Now I'm droppin' out. 1538 01:43:09,184 --> 01:43:10,650 The hell you are! 1539 01:43:15,589 --> 01:43:17,957 That's $950. 1540 01:43:17,959 --> 01:43:19,959 And, uh, 1541 01:43:19,961 --> 01:43:24,864 that there is genuine 100% mink. 1542 01:43:24,866 --> 01:43:26,866 Should be able to pawn that for at least $50. 1543 01:43:29,636 --> 01:43:31,938 Where did you get all this? 1544 01:43:31,940 --> 01:43:34,140 New York City is full of poker players 1545 01:43:34,142 --> 01:43:36,642 who wouldn't know their ass from their elbows, 1546 01:43:36,644 --> 01:43:39,378 and your mom said I finally had a good reason to gamble. 1547 01:43:41,815 --> 01:43:44,217 You did this for me? 1548 01:43:44,219 --> 01:43:46,052 Since when is it wrong for a father 1549 01:43:46,054 --> 01:43:47,720 to take care of his little girl? 1550 01:43:58,232 --> 01:44:00,800 So it turns out Mrs. lehocky is actually a fan of yours. 1551 01:44:00,802 --> 01:44:03,169 She reads your column every week. 1552 01:44:03,171 --> 01:44:05,771 Rich, white and old is our target audience. 1553 01:44:10,944 --> 01:44:13,779 I heard your mom's message on the machine. 1554 01:44:13,781 --> 01:44:15,181 Something goin' on? 1555 01:44:17,551 --> 01:44:19,352 It's just mom bein' mom. 1556 01:44:22,222 --> 01:44:26,559 You know, whatever they want, please don't give in. 1557 01:44:28,328 --> 01:44:30,263 You've been so much better without them. 1558 01:44:34,868 --> 01:44:36,202 Have I? 1559 01:44:40,574 --> 01:44:42,008 We've been a team for so long, 1560 01:44:42,010 --> 01:44:44,310 it's hard to tell who does what anymore. 1561 01:44:44,312 --> 01:44:46,646 But Ollie's always been a master craftsman. 1562 01:44:46,648 --> 01:44:48,914 And I'm more of a visual person. 1563 01:44:48,916 --> 01:44:50,983 Vi's the real artist of the operation. 1564 01:44:50,985 --> 01:44:53,252 I just make sure they don't fall apart when you sit down. 1565 01:44:54,422 --> 01:44:55,855 But when we were your age, 1566 01:44:55,857 --> 01:44:57,923 we didn't think any of this was going to happen. 1567 01:44:57,925 --> 01:44:59,525 We'd have been fine making chairs 1568 01:44:59,527 --> 01:45:02,328 out of a tiny garage for the rest of our lives. 1569 01:45:02,330 --> 01:45:04,397 Just do what makes you happy. 1570 01:45:04,399 --> 01:45:06,699 You may make some money at it, you might not. 1571 01:45:06,701 --> 01:45:10,002 Don't matter either way if you're doin' what you love. 1572 01:45:10,004 --> 01:45:11,404 And what about you, Jeannette? 1573 01:45:11,406 --> 01:45:13,105 Is this what you've always wanted to do? 1574 01:45:16,076 --> 01:45:19,645 Uh... no, actually. 1575 01:45:19,647 --> 01:45:22,415 I was once a political science major. 1576 01:45:22,417 --> 01:45:26,819 I was very eager to write stories that actually matter. 1577 01:45:26,821 --> 01:45:28,321 Your stories matter to me. 1578 01:45:28,889 --> 01:45:29,955 Thank you. 1579 01:45:31,091 --> 01:45:33,059 I don't know, it's just... 1580 01:45:33,061 --> 01:45:36,295 This is not where I thought that I was gonna end up. 1581 01:45:36,297 --> 01:45:37,730 Well, maybe you're not at the end yet. 1582 01:45:42,803 --> 01:45:45,971 Jeannette's dad is developing a technology to burn 1583 01:45:45,973 --> 01:45:49,241 low-grade bituminous coal more efficiently. 1584 01:45:49,243 --> 01:45:53,546 Well, isn't that nice. Where is your dad now? 1585 01:45:54,047 --> 01:45:55,114 Uh... 1586 01:46:01,021 --> 01:46:03,055 I'm sorry. Would you excuse me for a second? 1587 01:46:21,174 --> 01:46:23,909 There. How's that feel? 1588 01:46:27,614 --> 01:46:31,517 It's so ugly, daddy. I look like the demon. 1589 01:46:31,519 --> 01:46:35,688 Hey, there's nothin' ugly about you, you hear me? 1590 01:46:37,524 --> 01:46:39,658 One day, I promise you, you're gonna look at this 1591 01:46:39,660 --> 01:46:43,028 as just another sign of how strong you are. 1592 01:46:45,565 --> 01:46:47,400 You're a walls, mountain goat. 1593 01:46:48,535 --> 01:46:50,569 We ain't like other people. 1594 01:46:50,571 --> 01:46:54,440 We got a fire burnin' in our bellies. 1595 01:46:54,442 --> 01:46:56,609 And that there is goddamn proof of it. 1596 01:47:00,514 --> 01:47:02,948 Now... 1597 01:47:02,950 --> 01:47:06,819 This knife is specially designed to hunt demons. 1598 01:47:08,355 --> 01:47:10,022 It's very sharp. 1599 01:47:10,024 --> 01:47:12,124 Don't take it out unless you see him. 1600 01:47:16,263 --> 01:47:18,230 You can borrow it for the night. 1601 01:47:21,067 --> 01:47:23,769 You know, all monsters are the same. 1602 01:47:25,372 --> 01:47:26,839 They like to frighten people, 1603 01:47:26,841 --> 01:47:28,974 but the minute you stare 'em down, 1604 01:47:28,976 --> 01:47:30,676 they turn tail and run. 1605 01:47:38,285 --> 01:47:40,252 I love you, mountain goat. 1606 01:48:12,352 --> 01:48:13,752 My parents are squatting 1607 01:48:13,754 --> 01:48:15,855 in an abandoned building on the lower east side. 1608 01:48:15,857 --> 01:48:17,389 Jeannette... 1609 01:48:17,391 --> 01:48:18,791 They were homeless for three years before that, 1610 01:48:18,793 --> 01:48:20,426 which is pretty much how they raised us. 1611 01:48:21,595 --> 01:48:22,962 My dad is not developing 1612 01:48:22,964 --> 01:48:24,930 a technology for bituminous coal, 1613 01:48:24,932 --> 01:48:26,198 but he could tell you anything 1614 01:48:26,200 --> 01:48:27,166 that you want to know about it. 1615 01:48:28,602 --> 01:48:30,436 He is the smartest man that I know. 1616 01:48:32,239 --> 01:48:34,874 He is also a drunk, 1617 01:48:34,876 --> 01:48:39,645 never finishes what he starts, and can be extremely cruel. 1618 01:48:39,647 --> 01:48:41,981 But he dreams bigger than anyone I've ever met. 1619 01:48:41,983 --> 01:48:44,149 And he never tries to be somebody that he's not. 1620 01:48:46,119 --> 01:48:47,720 And he never wanted me to, either. 1621 01:48:57,397 --> 01:48:59,398 I'm sorry, but I have to leave. 1622 01:49:06,673 --> 01:49:07,740 Go. 1623 01:49:21,655 --> 01:49:23,522 You ready to go get that demon? 1624 01:49:31,598 --> 01:49:32,698 Let's go! 1625 01:50:24,050 --> 01:50:27,653 I'll go get some air. Leave you to it. 1626 01:50:38,064 --> 01:50:39,164 Hey, dad. 1627 01:50:59,753 --> 01:51:01,286 Do you remember when those grape-pickers 1628 01:51:01,288 --> 01:51:04,056 in California went on strike, 1629 01:51:04,058 --> 01:51:05,391 and the vineyards had to sell everything 1630 01:51:05,393 --> 01:51:06,859 for a nickel a pound? 1631 01:51:08,928 --> 01:51:10,229 You stuffed the car so full 1632 01:51:10,231 --> 01:51:11,964 we couldn't see out the windows. 1633 01:51:14,534 --> 01:51:16,568 Brian found some in his pocket two weeks later 1634 01:51:16,570 --> 01:51:18,170 that had turned into raisins. 1635 01:51:21,741 --> 01:51:25,711 Or when you let me pet that cheetah at the zoo? 1636 01:51:31,718 --> 01:51:35,988 She was lickin' that popcorn butter off your hand. 1637 01:51:37,590 --> 01:51:40,492 Those other parents wanted to chop my head off. 1638 01:51:43,096 --> 01:51:44,563 They were just jealous. 1639 01:51:51,071 --> 01:51:54,339 Remember when you made your own braces? 1640 01:51:54,341 --> 01:51:58,043 They were a goddamn feat of engineering genius. 1641 01:51:58,045 --> 01:52:00,345 It was a hanger and a rubber band. 1642 01:52:01,481 --> 01:52:02,881 Well, by god, it worked. 1643 01:52:04,951 --> 01:52:07,186 Look at those gorgeous choppers. 1644 01:52:17,964 --> 01:52:19,932 Mom says you haven't been talkin' lately. 1645 01:52:36,150 --> 01:52:38,550 Sort of takin' some time to think. 1646 01:52:43,823 --> 01:52:44,890 Here. 1647 01:52:51,498 --> 01:52:53,565 What's this? 1648 01:52:53,567 --> 01:52:56,602 It's every story you've written since eighth grade. 1649 01:52:59,105 --> 01:53:01,573 Thought maybe you could start addin' to it for me. 1650 01:53:27,534 --> 01:53:32,204 I spent my whole life 1651 01:53:32,206 --> 01:53:36,308 huntin' for those demons in the wild. 1652 01:53:37,744 --> 01:53:39,077 And the entire time 1653 01:53:39,079 --> 01:53:41,647 they were hidin' inside my own belly. 1654 01:53:50,290 --> 01:53:52,724 Sad state to spend your life in, 1655 01:53:53,927 --> 01:53:56,295 bein' afraid of your own self. 1656 01:54:02,135 --> 01:54:03,202 I know it... 1657 01:54:05,305 --> 01:54:07,472 Wasn't easy on you kids. 1658 01:54:16,716 --> 01:54:19,685 Got a lot to regret about my life. 1659 01:54:20,753 --> 01:54:21,854 Dad... 1660 01:54:28,995 --> 01:54:30,229 Never forget 1661 01:54:31,531 --> 01:54:34,366 how beautiful you are, mountain goat. 1662 01:54:36,302 --> 01:54:38,136 And smart... 1663 01:54:39,806 --> 01:54:42,507 And creative and strong... 1664 01:54:44,277 --> 01:54:46,178 You're so strong. 1665 01:54:52,352 --> 01:54:54,119 No little girl should ever have 1666 01:54:54,121 --> 01:54:56,521 to carry her daddy on her back. 1667 01:55:04,430 --> 01:55:06,498 You ain't like me at all, mountain goat. 1668 01:55:08,868 --> 01:55:10,402 You're not afraid. 1669 01:55:16,276 --> 01:55:17,709 I am like you. 1670 01:55:21,547 --> 01:55:23,215 And I'm glad. 1671 01:55:30,023 --> 01:55:32,057 We had some good times, didn't we? 1672 01:55:40,667 --> 01:55:43,135 Never did build that glass castle. 1673 01:55:46,506 --> 01:55:47,606 No. 1674 01:55:50,710 --> 01:55:52,978 But we had a good time plannin' it. 1675 01:56:31,451 --> 01:56:33,719 Hi! Happy Thanksgiving. 1676 01:56:33,721 --> 01:56:35,620 Happy Thanksgiving. Something smells good! 1677 01:56:35,622 --> 01:56:37,255 How's life as a freelancer? 1678 01:56:37,257 --> 01:56:38,724 I'm still gettin' used to it. 1679 01:56:38,726 --> 01:56:40,025 Yeah? You like bein' poor again? 1680 01:56:40,027 --> 01:56:41,293 Thanks, Brian. 1681 01:56:41,295 --> 01:56:42,728 Careful with my child. Hey. 1682 01:56:42,730 --> 01:56:43,829 Maureen... 1683 01:56:43,831 --> 01:56:45,097 I like the new place. 1684 01:56:45,099 --> 01:56:46,398 How's California? 1685 01:56:46,400 --> 01:56:48,033 It's really nice and sunny. 1686 01:56:48,035 --> 01:56:50,502 Here's your housewarming present. 1687 01:56:50,504 --> 01:56:52,938 I thought you'd like one of him. 1688 01:56:52,940 --> 01:56:55,040 I didn't do so well with the hair, but... 1689 01:56:56,209 --> 01:56:57,409 Do you like it, honey? 1690 01:56:58,644 --> 01:57:00,012 It's perfect. 1691 01:57:03,083 --> 01:57:04,649 What? What? 1692 01:57:04,651 --> 01:57:06,251 I never told you about this? 1693 01:57:06,253 --> 01:57:07,519 No, you didn't. 1694 01:57:07,521 --> 01:57:09,654 He didn't have money for presents, 1695 01:57:09,656 --> 01:57:11,289 so he takes each of us outside, 1696 01:57:11,291 --> 01:57:14,493 and says that we can just pick out our own star. 1697 01:57:14,495 --> 01:57:16,895 Seriously? Yeah, yeah, any one we want. 1698 01:57:16,897 --> 01:57:18,630 So I took rigel. 1699 01:57:18,632 --> 01:57:21,066 It's that little blue one on the foot of Orion. 1700 01:57:22,235 --> 01:57:23,935 What was yours, Lori? 1701 01:57:23,937 --> 01:57:25,337 And I chose betelgeuse 1702 01:57:25,339 --> 01:57:27,372 'cause it was this pretty shade of red, 1703 01:57:27,374 --> 01:57:28,907 and then later that night dad told me 1704 01:57:28,909 --> 01:57:31,443 it was only that color because it was dying! 1705 01:57:31,445 --> 01:57:34,446 Yeah! You got the dud! You were so mad! 1706 01:57:34,448 --> 01:57:36,481 Yeah, because he wouldn't let me pick a new one! 1707 01:57:36,483 --> 01:57:39,184 "'Cause there's no return policies in outer space." 1708 01:57:39,186 --> 01:57:41,720 "Well, that only works for plastic toys made in Japan." 1709 01:57:44,791 --> 01:57:47,359 But he also said, 1710 01:57:47,361 --> 01:57:50,862 "when everyone else's junk is broken and forgotten, 1711 01:57:50,864 --> 01:57:52,697 "you'll still have your stars." 1712 01:57:55,601 --> 01:57:56,635 Yeah. 1713 01:58:02,142 --> 01:58:03,208 Jeannette, what's goin' on? 1714 01:58:03,210 --> 01:58:05,343 You okay? 1715 01:58:05,345 --> 01:58:06,945 What are you thinkin', sweetie? 1716 01:58:11,984 --> 01:58:13,051 I just... 1717 01:58:16,089 --> 01:58:19,257 I feel really lucky... 1718 01:58:26,732 --> 01:58:28,633 Let's make a toast to Rex. 1719 01:58:30,870 --> 01:58:34,873 Life with your father was never boring. 1720 01:59:47,446 --> 01:59:50,081 All these here are portraits of people. 1721 01:59:50,083 --> 01:59:52,684 I have a whole box of flowers back there. 1722 01:59:52,686 --> 01:59:54,486 Down here people like my flowers 1723 01:59:54,488 --> 01:59:56,254 better than they did in New York. 1724 01:59:57,658 --> 01:59:58,890 You know, Jeannette's story 1725 01:59:58,892 --> 02:00:01,059 about how he gave her a star, 1726 02:00:01,061 --> 02:00:03,929 what a difference between Lori's and Jeannette's. 1727 02:00:03,931 --> 02:00:05,297 Jeannette: "I got a star. 1728 02:00:05,299 --> 02:00:07,299 "Oh, daddy, you're so wonderful. 1729 02:00:08,502 --> 02:00:09,634 "I love you." 1730 02:00:11,103 --> 02:00:13,171 And Lori says, "you goddamn son of a bitch, 1731 02:00:13,173 --> 02:00:14,739 "you didn't have enough money." 1732 02:00:35,027 --> 02:00:38,296 The star story. 1733 02:00:38,298 --> 02:00:42,634 Dad loved grand gestures 1734 02:00:42,636 --> 02:00:44,970 that preferably did not require 1735 02:00:44,972 --> 02:00:46,938 a whole lot of follow-up. 1736 02:00:49,876 --> 02:00:51,443 And he did it twice. 1737 02:01:14,467 --> 02:01:17,736 I've made this all by my own free choice. 1738 02:01:17,738 --> 02:01:20,538 So I haven't regretted it. It's been an experience. 1739 02:01:20,540 --> 02:01:22,007 I've gotten a lot out of it. 1740 02:01:22,009 --> 02:01:23,475 Even if I go down the drain, 1741 02:01:23,477 --> 02:01:25,143 I have still come out the winner. 1742 02:01:26,545 --> 02:01:27,712 Still come out a winner. 1743 02:01:48,668 --> 02:01:50,935 Any idiot 1744 02:01:50,937 --> 02:01:53,271 can see that this is a goddamn land-grab 1745 02:01:53,273 --> 02:01:54,706 by the city officials 1746 02:01:54,708 --> 02:01:56,207 using taxpayers' money 1747 02:01:56,209 --> 02:01:57,776 to tear down the buildings so that they could 1748 02:01:57,778 --> 02:02:01,212 give away the property to the goddamn developers, 1749 02:02:01,214 --> 02:02:03,381 so the developers will pay 'em off under the table. 1750 02:02:03,383 --> 02:02:04,849 It's not new, but it has gone 1751 02:02:04,851 --> 02:02:06,351 as far as we're gonna let it go.