1 00:00:22,056 --> 00:00:29,028 Narrator>> this is the closest i can come to saying what I have learned 2 00:00:30,163 --> 00:00:35,034 there's no shortage of consequence in my life 3 00:00:41,174 --> 00:00:46,045 we need to leave some evidence, 4 00:00:47,213 --> 00:00:52,284 a little of us everywhere 5 00:00:59,826 --> 00:01:03,095 I spent all my time staring in one direction 6 00:01:07,167 --> 00:01:09,234 and I missed it 7 00:01:13,406 --> 00:01:17,609 the most important moments 8 00:01:17,611 --> 00:01:23,715 were in the edges 9 00:01:23,717 --> 00:01:29,688 there were seven of them. 10 00:01:44,437 --> 00:01:47,506 Karl>> over there 11 00:01:53,246 --> 00:01:57,116 turn around! 12 00:02:27,247 --> 00:02:30,149 Sheriff mallon>> Conrad? 13 00:02:32,319 --> 00:02:35,587 You are going to have to drive 14 00:02:36,289 --> 00:02:40,159 conrad>> you know, you are really bleeding 15 00:02:40,293 --> 00:02:43,195 get in the car, come on! 16 00:02:46,299 --> 00:02:48,700 Mallon>> hit a deer on the way here 17 00:02:48,702 --> 00:02:51,803 - clipped her really 18 00:02:51,805 --> 00:02:55,307 she went flying headfirst into a snowdrift, 19 00:02:55,309 --> 00:03:00,245 was not breathing so I took the defibrillator over to her 20 00:03:00,247 --> 00:03:01,947 next thing I know she is wide awake 21 00:03:01,949 --> 00:03:05,317 and she kicks me in the face-Jesus! 22 00:03:05,319 --> 00:03:05,317 Conrad>> you are bleeding pretty badly 23 00:03:05,319 --> 00:03:10,322 you sure you do not want me to take you to a hospital? 24 00:03:10,324 --> 00:03:14,793 Mallon>> no, no. I have taken some percodan. I can hardly feel any of this. 25 00:03:14,795 --> 00:03:16,528 Conrad>> there is a lot of blood 26 00:03:16,530 --> 00:03:19,331 mallon>> you - you got your own burden 27 00:03:19,333 --> 00:03:22,201 mallon>> mother being found after all these years 28 00:03:23,369 --> 00:03:26,471 hell-i hope we have enough so you can ID her 29 00:03:26,473 --> 00:03:28,473 conrad>> all I need are the teeth 30 00:03:28,841 --> 00:03:30,909 mallon >> yeah we should have those 31 00:03:31,344 --> 00:03:35,347 cleared out the freezer and put her parts in there 32 00:03:35,349 --> 00:03:39,618 everyone from the station got to take some venison home 33 00:03:40,753 --> 00:03:43,555 conrad>> guess you folks do not get a lot of crime up here huh? 34 00:03:43,557 --> 00:03:46,358 Mallon>> no sir. Especially murder. 35 00:03:46,360 --> 00:03:50,295 Not til we found this body did we think that he- 36 00:03:50,297 --> 00:03:53,265 literally killed her 37 00:03:55,368 --> 00:03:57,369 speaking of your father- 38 00:03:57,371 --> 00:03:59,838 your aunt thinks you may have been talking with him? 39 00:04:00,373 --> 00:04:03,575 Conrad>> I have not seen my father since I left the farm 40 00:04:03,577 --> 00:04:07,579 mallon>> seen is a tricky word. No contact at all? 41 00:04:07,581 --> 00:04:07,579 Conrad>> no 42 00:04:07,581 --> 00:04:12,584 mallon>> if you have been talking to him, and you do not tell us about it 43 00:04:12,586 --> 00:04:15,654 that could be considered accessory after the fact 44 00:04:31,404 --> 00:04:34,406 mallon>> Abigail, this is Conrad 45 00:04:34,408 --> 00:04:36,942 do not worry about it, it is just a cut 46 00:04:36,944 --> 00:04:36,942 abigal>> it is terrible. 47 00:04:36,944 --> 00:04:41,346 Mallon>> you are making a mountain out of a mole hill. 48 00:04:41,348 --> 00:04:43,415 Conrad>> I told him to go 49 00:04:44,285 --> 00:04:54,793 mallon>> Jesus, oh god. It is ok, I am ok. Do not help me, i do not want help 50 00:04:55,428 --> 00:04:58,430 abigail>> we got to get him patched up 51 00:04:58,432 --> 00:05:01,633 abigail>> do you mind staying here to hold down the fort? 52 00:05:01,635 --> 00:05:04,836 It is just the two of us and the deputy has been on duty since yesterday 53 00:05:04,838 --> 00:05:07,439 everybody and his dog is sliding off the road 54 00:05:07,441 --> 00:05:09,074 conrad>> you want me to stay here alone- 55 00:05:09,076 --> 00:05:13,078 abigail>> yes. I know it is weird, but - ok, thanks! 56 00:05:13,080 --> 00:05:13,078 Okay, come on you 57 00:05:13,080 --> 00:05:16,448 mallon>> no, no, no, no. No, no! I got work to do! 58 00:05:16,450 --> 00:05:18,750 Conrad>> you really need to go 59 00:05:18,752 --> 00:05:23,455 abigail>> I win. Be strong, come on. Mallon>> okay 60 00:05:23,457 --> 00:05:25,457 mallon>> sorry about this Conrad 61 00:05:25,459 --> 00:05:27,326 Abigail >> alright, thanks 62 00:05:28,094 --> 00:05:30,362 Conrad >>mm hmm 63 00:06:49,543 --> 00:06:52,611 Karl >>do you know what that word means? 64 00:06:53,479 --> 00:06:57,983 It is what you do to a woman when there is no pleasure in it 65 00:08:08,254 --> 00:08:12,624 abigail>> Conrad, Conrad- 66 00:08:12,626 --> 00:08:15,627 abigail>> Conrad, um -hi 67 00:08:15,629 --> 00:08:20,632 sorry abou that. Hungry? 68 00:08:20,634 --> 00:08:26,938 Sheriff was supposed to put you up tonight, but he is in no real position to entertain... so 69 00:08:26,940 --> 00:08:29,040 conrad>> is there a motel? 70 00:08:29,042 --> 00:08:30,642 Abigail>> in Chapman? 71 00:08:30,644 --> 00:08:32,711 No 72 00:08:33,045 --> 00:08:35,113 you are kind of stuck with me... 73 00:08:35,281 --> 00:08:39,551 I am on duty for the next few ours, so... 74 00:08:42,655 --> 00:08:46,591 The deputy found a new bit of evidence - murder weapon. 75 00:08:46,593 --> 00:08:49,661 Right about sixty feet from the bones 76 00:08:49,663 --> 00:08:54,065 the handle was chewed up like an animal dragged it all about. 77 00:08:54,067 --> 00:08:56,668 Conrad>> sawed off shotgun? 78 00:08:56,670 --> 00:09:00,672 Abigail>> yeah 79 00:09:00,674 --> 00:09:07,679 conrad>> I looked in the freezer. It is not my mother. 80 00:09:07,681 --> 00:09:09,681 Abigail>> are you sure? 81 00:09:09,683 --> 00:09:14,686 Conrad>> yeah. Her teeth were...A mess 82 00:09:14,688 --> 00:09:17,689 it is not her. 83 00:09:17,691 --> 00:09:21,693 Abigail>> well- i mean, who could it be then? 84 00:09:21,695 --> 00:09:24,696 We do not just have people unaccounted for 85 00:09:24,698 --> 00:09:29,568 conrad>> it is my father 86 00:09:30,703 --> 00:09:35,707 abigail>> who would have wanted to kill your father? 87 00:09:35,709 --> 00:09:38,610 Conrad>> himself 88 00:09:43,716 --> 00:09:45,717 abigail>> this happens a lot this time of year. 89 00:09:45,719 --> 00:09:49,721 I cannot believe I only have one blanket. Jeez! Brrr. 90 00:09:49,723 --> 00:09:54,726 Conrad>> this day could not get any weirder 91 00:09:54,728 --> 00:10:01,733 abigail>> what was she like, your monther? 92 00:10:01,735 --> 00:10:07,739 Conrad>> she would never leave me alone with my father for more than two seconds 93 00:10:07,741 --> 00:10:12,744 abigail>> do you think maybe she is still alive? 94 00:10:12,746 --> 00:10:16,615 Conrad>> no,i do not have any hope of that 95 00:10:24,757 --> 00:10:27,759 you want to hear something 96 00:10:27,761 --> 00:10:30,629 abigail>> okay 97 00:10:31,764 --> 00:10:34,666 conrad>> about four weeks after she disappeared, 98 00:10:34,668 --> 00:10:38,637 my father took me on a walk out in the woods 99 00:10:53,786 --> 00:10:57,656 karl>> over there 100 00:11:04,097 --> 00:11:08,166 turn around 101 00:11:35,829 --> 00:11:39,698 you wet yourself 102 00:11:47,840 --> 00:11:51,743 get up or you will freeze to stump. 103 00:11:51,745 --> 00:11:55,747 Get on home. You best hurry up. 104 00:12:02,855 --> 00:12:08,760 Conrad>> when we got back he started the fire on the stove, 105 00:12:08,762 --> 00:12:16,768 he told me to stand by it, and he waited the whole time it took for me to thaw out. 106 00:12:16,770 --> 00:12:23,742 In the morning he was gone. I never saw him again. 107 00:12:25,878 --> 00:12:29,748 Abigail>> it must be so terrible for you to be back here. I'm so sorry 108 00:12:30,082 --> 00:12:33,885 conrad>> no I feel better about it now. 109 00:12:33,887 --> 00:12:37,756 Abigail>> because you know he is dead? 110 00:12:39,525 --> 00:12:44,095 Conrad >> it is knowing that he intended to include himself. 111 00:12:44,097 --> 00:12:48,166 Makes it less personal 112 00:13:12,925 --> 00:13:19,130 narrator >> it all started when my family moved from Illinois to new Mexico 113 00:13:19,132 --> 00:13:23,935 mom>> stop it. How many times have I told you that is bad for your eyes? 114 00:13:23,937 --> 00:13:23,935 Mom >> stop it 115 00:13:23,937 --> 00:13:26,938 charlie>> is dad going to pick me up after school? 116 00:13:26,940 --> 00:13:27,939 Mom>> no, you are going to walk home. 117 00:13:27,941 --> 00:13:27,939 Charlie>> mom! 118 00:13:27,941 --> 00:13:33,945 Narrator >> the doctor insisted we move to a warmer climate 119 00:13:33,947 --> 00:13:36,815 for the sake of my father 120 00:13:37,950 --> 00:13:45,957 I remember not knowing what to do, but knowing that I wanted to be the least of their worries. 121 00:13:53,966 --> 00:13:56,167 And then I saw him. 122 00:13:56,169 --> 00:14:02,841 All I could remember on my first day of school was the menacing look he had on his face. 123 00:14:02,843 --> 00:14:04,943 His name was Bobby bell. 124 00:14:07,981 --> 00:14:12,851 Boy #1>> one, two, three 125 00:14:22,995 --> 00:14:26,865 bobby>> hey, you want to play? 126 00:14:29,001 --> 00:14:32,003 So, know how to play? 127 00:14:32,005 --> 00:14:32,003 Charlie>> what is this game? 128 00:14:32,005 --> 00:14:36,007 Boy #1>> you have to hit it before it bounces twice 129 00:14:36,009 --> 00:14:38,009 but you cannot hit it before it bounces 130 00:14:38,011 --> 00:14:40,011 and you cannot let it double bounce or you are out 131 00:14:40,013 --> 00:14:40,011 charlie>> okay! 132 00:14:40,013 --> 00:14:40,011 Boy #1>> sound simple enough? 133 00:14:40,013 --> 00:14:45,884 Charlie>> yeah I guess. 134 00:14:49,021 --> 00:14:51,022 Bobby>> so, where you from? 135 00:14:51,024 --> 00:14:53,024 Charlie>> uhm, Chicago 136 00:14:53,026 --> 00:14:56,027 bobby>> Chicago. What is your favorite food? 137 00:14:56,029 --> 00:14:59,030 Charlie>> anything I guess really 138 00:14:59,032 --> 00:15:00,031 bobby>> tacos? 139 00:15:00,033 --> 00:15:01,666 Charlie>> I guess 140 00:15:01,668 --> 00:15:07,672 bobby>> yeah the rest of the game though, you have to stand right here 141 00:15:07,674 --> 00:15:11,943 against the wall, but you cannot move. 142 00:15:15,047 --> 00:15:19,050 You cannot move. Stay still! 143 00:15:19,052 --> 00:15:21,052 Stay! 144 00:15:23,056 --> 00:15:23,054 Stay! 145 00:15:23,056 --> 00:15:27,058 Charlie>> so just like this? I thought, am I - 146 00:15:27,060 --> 00:15:32,063 yep, yes, just back up against the wall and stay here 147 00:15:32,065 --> 00:15:34,465 okay 148 00:15:34,467 --> 00:15:36,067 boy>> you're doing great 149 00:15:39,072 --> 00:15:41,940 charlie>> good one 150 00:15:44,076 --> 00:15:46,945 bobby>> do not move! 151 00:15:53,086 --> 00:15:54,986 Stay 152 00:16:31,123 --> 00:16:36,527 dad>> hey, the new Mexico outlaw is back. How was your first day at school? 153 00:16:36,529 --> 00:16:39,130 Mom>> make any new friends? 154 00:16:39,132 --> 00:16:42,133 It is okay if he did not. I did not make any my first year either 155 00:16:42,135 --> 00:16:46,137 I was just asking. Did you honey? 156 00:16:46,139 --> 00:16:50,708 Charlie>> yeah 157 00:17:06,558 --> 00:17:10,161 charlie>> are you going to lose all your hair? 158 00:17:10,163 --> 00:17:12,563 What? 159 00:17:12,565 --> 00:17:17,168 Charlie>> in my book, it says, when you have this disease, you could lose all your hair 160 00:17:17,170 --> 00:17:22,040 dad>> oh you are a doctor now. Let us have a look. 161 00:17:28,380 --> 00:17:32,183 don not read books like this. 162 00:17:32,185 --> 00:17:36,087 Narrator >> as months went by, I remember trying to do something - 163 00:17:36,089 --> 00:17:42,593 narrator >> anything. Whatever I could do to help my father win his fight. 164 00:17:42,595 --> 00:17:51,702 And suddenly, like a disease, word spread around school. 165 00:18:30,243 --> 00:18:37,648 Dad>> you know they say the cubs could go all the way this year. All the waaaay! 166 00:18:44,657 --> 00:18:53,264 Dad>> I have been thinking about this disease. It is like a bunch of uninvited guests. 167 00:18:53,266 --> 00:19:02,140 You did not ask them to come. They just showed up one day and did not go home. 168 00:19:17,289 --> 00:19:21,292 Bobby>> dad die yet Charlie? 169 00:19:25,198 --> 00:19:29,300 Teacher>> I can't believe you did that... 170 00:19:29,302 --> 00:19:33,171 Teacher>> come on kids let us go. 171 00:19:35,307 --> 00:19:39,177 Dad>> Charlie 172 00:20:00,332 --> 00:20:05,203 dad>> you want to explain yourself? 173 00:20:23,355 --> 00:20:34,232 Dad>> this fight that I am having is mine. You understand? 174 00:21:20,412 --> 00:21:23,281 Mom>> Charlie 175 00:23:02,515 --> 00:23:07,485 narrator >> his fight was also mine 176 00:23:07,487 --> 00:23:13,524 I am much older now, but a part of me is still in that bed beside him. 177 00:23:13,526 --> 00:23:17,728 The other part back on that playground, 178 00:23:17,730 --> 00:23:25,803 hoping that fight put me back together again. 179 00:23:46,559 --> 00:23:53,564 Amanda>> pelicans can fly three thousand miles without stopping 180 00:23:53,566 --> 00:24:03,574 in the first world war-pelicans transported supplies across enemy lines 181 00:24:03,576 --> 00:24:10,581 narrator >> Amanda peeled labels, chewed nails, ate the caps off pens 182 00:24:10,583 --> 00:24:14,585 twice she tried to kill herself 183 00:24:14,587 --> 00:24:19,790 I used to think we would be best friends forever and not just sisters 184 00:24:19,792 --> 00:24:23,594 that was before dad died 185 00:24:23,596 --> 00:24:27,731 before she went to rehab for the third time 186 00:24:27,733 --> 00:24:33,804 before I moved far away from the mess I used to call home 187 00:24:51,623 --> 00:24:54,825 lisa>> hey you know uh, we were invited over to Timmy later 188 00:24:54,827 --> 00:24:56,160 amanda>> I do know 189 00:24:56,162 --> 00:24:59,630 what? I talk to him. He is my ex-boyfriend 190 00:24:59,632 --> 00:25:02,633 lisa>> yeah after he was mine 191 00:25:02,635 --> 00:25:06,604 amanda>> I have no problem with leftovers 192 00:25:06,606 --> 00:25:09,940 it does not even make any sense, saying I drink like a fish 193 00:25:09,942 --> 00:25:13,644 it is like saying I read like a word 194 00:25:13,646 --> 00:25:16,113 lisa>> Amanda, who said you drink like a fish? 195 00:25:16,115 --> 00:25:19,149 Mom just said you should not drive 196 00:25:19,151 --> 00:25:19,149 amanda>> mom said you should not drive. 197 00:25:19,151 --> 00:25:24,655 Amanda>> you know what, you are more like the fish. Lisa>> I am ignoring that 198 00:25:24,657 --> 00:25:27,658 amanda>> come on. You are being a haddock. Like a smoked haddock you know? 199 00:25:27,660 --> 00:25:30,661 Lisa>> ok I have been home for like an hour- 200 00:25:30,663 --> 00:25:34,665 can we just have a normal conversation please? 201 00:25:34,667 --> 00:25:34,665 Amanda>> sorry 202 00:25:36,802 --> 00:25:38,068 lisa>> oh! 203 00:25:39,672 --> 00:25:43,674 Amanda>> does anybody want a muddy Mary? 204 00:25:43,676 --> 00:25:46,076 With some leaves on top? 205 00:25:46,078 --> 00:25:47,678 Crap. 206 00:25:47,680 --> 00:25:49,680 Oh! You know what she should do? 207 00:25:49,682 --> 00:25:51,882 We should go inside and get a cognac 208 00:25:51,884 --> 00:25:53,984 that is the perfect dusk drink! 209 00:25:53,986 --> 00:25:57,321 Lisa>> do you think you should just slow down a little bit? 210 00:25:57,323 --> 00:25:57,321 Amanda>> why? 211 00:25:57,323 --> 00:26:02,693 I am celebrating my sisters annual abbreviated trip to the homeland 212 00:26:02,695 --> 00:26:06,697 lisa>> okay - well the sun does not go down for another three hours 213 00:26:06,699 --> 00:26:12,703 amanda>> yeah, but if you get started early, anything is possible 214 00:26:12,705 --> 00:26:17,575 you of all people should know that Lisa. 215 00:26:19,711 --> 00:26:24,114 Amanda performing>> the combined IQ of a colony of ants 216 00:26:24,116 --> 00:26:31,622 exceeds the intellect of most us senators 217 00:26:35,728 --> 00:26:37,728 lisa>> my mother 218 00:26:37,730 --> 00:26:39,730 ophelia>> you wish to eat me! 219 00:26:39,732 --> 00:26:41,732 Lisa>> one drink made her queen Victoria 220 00:26:41,734 --> 00:26:41,732 and three took her out of it 221 00:26:41,734 --> 00:26:48,238 sydney>> I was under the impression that Amanda liked margaritas - loved margaritas 222 00:26:48,240 --> 00:26:50,274 lisa>> counting his cock 223 00:26:50,276 --> 00:26:53,744 what me and Amanda used to call our stepfather self fondeling 224 00:26:53,746 --> 00:26:56,747 sydney>> what are we going to do with all these margaritas? 225 00:26:56,749 --> 00:26:59,750 I was under the impression that Amanda liked marga- 226 00:26:59,752 --> 00:27:03,754 ophellia>> what are you talking about? We have heard you already. 227 00:27:03,756 --> 00:27:05,756 Ophellia>> go find your sister! 228 00:27:05,758 --> 00:27:08,792 Sydney>> sweetie, go see where she is okay? Huh? Thank you. 229 00:27:08,794 --> 00:27:12,229 Sydney >> what the hell would you do with the rest of these? 230 00:27:12,231 --> 00:27:17,968 Amanda >> an ant is attracted to the genitals of all mammals 231 00:27:17,970 --> 00:27:21,772 both male and female. 232 00:27:21,774 --> 00:27:24,775 Sydney >> do not point at me - my mother is not dead 233 00:27:24,777 --> 00:27:27,645 what, what? I'm ready with the glasses ok- 234 00:27:32,784 --> 00:27:34,785 lisa>> hey! 235 00:27:34,787 --> 00:27:37,655 Amanda>> 236 00:27:53,805 --> 00:27:57,675 lisa>> oh my god - oh god - come on 237 00:27:58,810 --> 00:28:01,679 come here 238 00:28:07,720 --> 00:28:09,787 lisa>> 239 00:28:18,830 --> 00:28:20,698 lisa>> oh shit 240 00:28:31,843 --> 00:28:38,849 Amanda >> 241 00:28:38,851 --> 00:28:46,857 Amanda >> 242 00:28:46,859 --> 00:28:49,860 lisa>> honey? 243 00:28:49,862 --> 00:28:49,860 Amanda >> 244 00:28:49,862 --> 00:28:58,736 lisa>> seriously - you are acting and you made me drag you all the way in here? 245 00:29:00,872 --> 00:29:03,874 Amanda >> stripped of its stinger - 246 00:29:03,876 --> 00:29:11,882 a bee becomes nothing more than a raisin with wings... 247 00:29:11,884 --> 00:29:17,788 Lisa>> did you ever notice that there are no streetlights in this town that work? 248 00:29:18,890 --> 00:29:22,893 You still work at that delivery place? 249 00:29:22,895 --> 00:29:29,900 Amanda>> yes - yes. That is what i am doing. No - actually - i quit that three years ago 250 00:29:29,902 --> 00:29:35,906 do you know anything about - me - what I am doing - anything at all? 251 00:29:35,908 --> 00:29:40,778 Lisa>> okay - uhm - let us not 252 00:29:46,919 --> 00:29:50,921 amanda>> okay - I work at a dock and I manage a band 253 00:29:50,923 --> 00:29:53,924 lisa>> have I heard of them? 254 00:29:53,926 --> 00:29:57,394 Amanda>> do you listen to any decent bands? 255 00:30:02,934 --> 00:30:07,471 Amanda>> I wanted to do some more artistic stuff so i decided to become a monologuist 256 00:30:07,473 --> 00:30:09,439 lisa>> is that like a comic? 257 00:30:09,441 --> 00:30:12,943 Amanda>> no, it is like uhm, performance art, you know? 258 00:30:12,945 --> 00:30:16,947 Amanda>> so I would tell stories about my life 259 00:30:16,949 --> 00:30:20,951 and I would incorporate facts about animals and sort of do this - 260 00:30:20,953 --> 00:30:23,954 lisa>> awe inspiring 261 00:30:23,956 --> 00:30:30,360 amanda>> yeah - I kept trying to push the show and push, push, push! 262 00:30:30,362 --> 00:30:35,966 Amanda>> I was just hoping eventually somebody would get what I was going for 263 00:30:35,968 --> 00:30:37,968 amanda>> do you know what i mean? 264 00:30:37,970 --> 00:30:37,968 Lisa>> yeah 265 00:30:37,970 --> 00:30:40,370 amanda>> yeah 266 00:30:40,372 --> 00:30:45,976 lisa>> I mean - I have a kind of idea of the man I want but - 267 00:30:45,978 --> 00:30:50,848 the fucking clowns i meet are never anywhere close 268 00:31:02,994 --> 00:31:06,997 Amanda >> the stingerless bee becomes an outcast 269 00:31:06,999 --> 00:31:11,001 and must make its way in a world alone 270 00:31:13,005 --> 00:31:16,006 lisa>> thinness is genetic. Like baldness 271 00:31:16,008 --> 00:31:23,013 amanda>> unless you are me and then you are really skinny but that is because you never eat 272 00:31:23,015 --> 00:31:28,018 right? Look at that. Look at it. You wanna put your little nose in there? 273 00:31:28,020 --> 00:31:33,223 You wanna put your little nose in there? There - put your little nose in it. 274 00:31:33,225 --> 00:31:37,294 I like your hair. Do not listen to my sister. 275 00:31:45,237 --> 00:31:50,307 Lisa>> do you have any drinking beverages in here? 276 00:31:53,044 --> 00:31:57,915 Amanda >> a pelican can fly three thousand miles without stopping. 277 00:32:02,053 --> 00:32:11,061 In the first world war - pelicans were used to transport supplies against enemy lines. 278 00:32:14,066 --> 00:32:24,341 The combined IQ of a colony of ants exceeds that of the intelligence of most us senators 279 00:32:26,945 --> 00:32:34,084 my sister and I went to see the famous monkeys at the St. Louis zoo. 280 00:32:34,086 --> 00:32:37,087 Lisa>> what famous monkeys? 281 00:32:37,089 --> 00:32:42,092 Amanda>> the monkeys shared a tail. 282 00:32:42,094 --> 00:32:47,731 Amanda >> you could not tell where the first monkey ended 283 00:32:47,733 --> 00:32:52,102 and the next monkey began 284 00:32:52,104 --> 00:32:54,104 Lisa >> I forgot how many signs we had. 285 00:32:54,106 --> 00:32:58,508 The hand signal that indicated someone was lying. 286 00:32:58,510 --> 00:33:02,112 The nostril flare that meant we were dealing with a loser. 287 00:33:02,114 --> 00:33:14,124 The hiccup that said, let us get the hell out of here. 288 00:33:14,126 --> 00:33:19,329 Amanda>> they would never let anything separate them 289 00:33:19,331 --> 00:33:24,134 not even the third monkey 290 00:33:24,136 --> 00:33:30,007 who went into the kitchen to get the first monkey a drink 291 00:33:59,170 --> 00:34:02,039 amanda>> and then one day 292 00:34:04,175 --> 00:34:07,044 their father crashed into a tree 293 00:34:09,180 --> 00:34:18,055 and monkey one and monkey two dived into the magic bottle. 294 00:34:19,323 --> 00:34:23,393 And monkey one transformed into a bird. 295 00:34:24,195 --> 00:34:28,065 And monkey two transformed into a fish. 296 00:34:29,200 --> 00:34:33,070 And when they spoke to each other 297 00:34:33,671 --> 00:34:39,743 neither of them could understand what each other was saying anymore 298 00:34:41,212 --> 00:34:44,081 Amanda >> what do you think? 299 00:34:45,216 --> 00:34:49,086 Lisa >> you are prettier than I am 300 00:34:54,293 --> 00:34:58,361 amanda>> yeah, I am. 301 00:36:18,309 --> 00:36:23,213 Monica>> hi, I am Monica. 302 00:36:23,215 --> 00:36:28,218 Mr. chub>> I am mr chub. May i see your drivers license? 303 00:36:28,220 --> 00:36:33,190 Monica >> why you get a lot of strange women pretending to me maids? 304 00:36:34,325 --> 00:36:38,228 Monica >> usually i do not mind being carded, but not at work. 305 00:36:38,230 --> 00:36:41,231 Mr. chub>> please, come in. 306 00:36:41,233 --> 00:36:44,201 Mr. chub>> oh - I have my own vacuum. 307 00:36:46,337 --> 00:36:53,210 Monica >> nice condo. He could be an agent. It always pays to wear lipstick. 308 00:37:00,351 --> 00:37:03,653 Mr. chub>> so, uh, Monica - did you bath this morning? 309 00:37:03,655 --> 00:37:08,725 Monica >> seriously? Nine A.M. and he is already picturing me naked. 310 00:37:08,927 --> 00:37:14,264 Mr. chub>> ooh I want you. You will not be sorry. 311 00:37:14,266 --> 00:37:19,269 Monica>> no! You are my employer. We should keep it that way. 312 00:37:19,271 --> 00:37:23,373 Besides I don't think my boyfriend would like it very much 313 00:37:29,681 --> 00:37:33,383 monica>> what? You do not have the right to ask me that. 314 00:37:33,385 --> 00:37:37,687 Mr. chub>> I did not mean to offend. I just have a thing about cleanliness. 315 00:37:37,689 --> 00:37:37,687 Monica >> so i noticed. 316 00:37:37,689 --> 00:37:43,793 His hair is kind of nappy though - I mean natty - natty is not a racist word, is it? 317 00:37:43,795 --> 00:37:46,029 I dated a black guy once 318 00:37:46,031 --> 00:37:49,299 come this way. Thank you. 319 00:37:53,404 --> 00:37:56,273 Monica>> wow. 320 00:38:23,435 --> 00:38:27,337 Monica >> ever think about knocking? 321 00:38:27,339 --> 00:38:29,439 Mr. chub>> I did not mean to startle you. 322 00:38:29,441 --> 00:38:31,441 Monica>> well, you did. 323 00:38:31,443 --> 00:38:35,445 Mr. chub>> you work very intently. Call if you need me. 324 00:38:35,447 --> 00:38:39,316 Monica>> I am fine, thank you. 325 00:38:51,462 --> 00:38:54,464 Missy >>have you forgotten the way to El Paso? 326 00:38:54,466 --> 00:38:54,464 I am doing all right - really. 327 00:38:54,466 --> 00:39:00,470 I know you heard they cut out that lump I had that you did not know about. 328 00:39:00,472 --> 00:39:04,474 Which is why I am writing, because I know some dumb somebody told you. 329 00:39:04,476 --> 00:39:07,877 My own way of telling you would have been more fun for both of us. 330 00:39:07,879 --> 00:39:15,485 Anyway, it is out, and there is a little cut like a smiley face under my nipple. You will like it. 331 00:39:15,487 --> 00:39:22,492 Come see the girl who loves you no matter what. Hear me? Do not step on my heart. 332 00:39:22,494 --> 00:39:25,362 Your only one - miss famous 333 00:39:31,502 --> 00:39:33,970 Monica >> course i will change all the names. 334 00:39:33,972 --> 00:39:37,374 You do not have to get permission to do that, do you? 335 00:39:44,516 --> 00:39:46,383 I love you! 336 00:39:57,528 --> 00:39:59,929 Stop it. Oh, thank you. 337 00:39:59,931 --> 00:40:02,999 Oh-don't go get a tattoo now. 338 00:40:19,550 --> 00:40:21,551 Mr. chin>> you bring your lunch here often? 339 00:40:21,553 --> 00:40:24,421 Monica >> please do not sit down. 340 00:40:25,556 --> 00:40:27,557 Monica>> I used to. 341 00:40:27,559 --> 00:40:29,559 Mr. chin>> what is your name? 342 00:40:29,561 --> 00:40:31,561 Monica>> that is not really important. 343 00:40:31,563 --> 00:40:35,064 I bet I can guess your nickname. Foxy. 344 00:40:35,066 --> 00:40:38,201 Monica >> why do these banker types always hit on me? 345 00:40:38,203 --> 00:40:41,571 Monica>> wrong its sting, actually. 346 00:40:41,573 --> 00:40:45,575 Sting! Your nickname is sting? 347 00:40:45,577 --> 00:40:48,144 Monica>> I bet I know your nickname. 348 00:40:48,146 --> 00:40:50,914 Monica >> poophead. Asshole. Jerkoff. 349 00:40:50,916 --> 00:40:52,449 What? 350 00:40:54,586 --> 00:40:54,584 Monica>> nevermind. 351 00:40:54,586 --> 00:40:59,989 So you must like the police, the band. Cause of the lead singer. 352 00:40:59,991 --> 00:41:02,592 Monica>> oh my god, that is gross. 353 00:41:02,594 --> 00:41:04,994 Mr. chin>> I guess they are not a band anymore. 354 00:41:04,996 --> 00:41:04,994 Monica>> not for like thirty years. 355 00:41:04,996 --> 00:41:10,500 Monica>> the last man who called me sting stepped on my heart. 356 00:41:10,502 --> 00:41:15,238 That is too bad. You know I have seen you before. 357 00:41:15,240 --> 00:41:17,941 I have actually been looking for you. 358 00:41:17,943 --> 00:41:21,144 Brian>> you know I have been looking for you for months. 359 00:41:21,146 --> 00:41:21,144 Monica>> well, here I am. 360 00:41:21,146 --> 00:41:25,782 Thank god your book came out. Your publisher gave me your number. 361 00:41:25,784 --> 00:41:28,618 Monica>> he should not have done that. 362 00:41:28,620 --> 00:41:36,493 Brian>> sweet Monica. Will you marry me? 363 00:41:44,635 --> 00:41:47,136 Monica>> it fits. 364 00:41:47,138 --> 00:41:50,540 Mr chinn>> so you say he broke your heart? 365 00:41:50,542 --> 00:41:52,642 Monica>> huh? 366 00:41:52,644 --> 00:41:55,278 You said the guy who broke your heart. 367 00:41:55,280 --> 00:41:59,649 Monica>> I did not say he broke it. I said he stepped on it. 368 00:41:59,651 --> 00:42:04,187 You have a resilient heart. I like that. I like that a lot. 369 00:42:07,726 --> 00:42:10,660 Excuse me. Hello? 370 00:42:10,662 --> 00:42:19,969 I gotta bounce. Okay, yeah, i will see you around foxy. 371 00:42:19,971 --> 00:42:22,672 Mr chin >> yeah, no, he called me. 372 00:42:26,678 --> 00:42:28,578 Mrs. nighetti>> time for a break. 373 00:42:28,580 --> 00:42:30,713 Monica>> I just started. 374 00:42:30,715 --> 00:42:33,683 The way you dust you deserve one. 375 00:42:33,685 --> 00:42:37,186 Monica >> here we go again. 376 00:42:37,188 --> 00:42:42,725 Mrs. nighetti> only my Vincent makes his mother happy with a grandchild. 377 00:42:42,727 --> 00:42:46,195 Mrs. nighetti [With Monica narrating over >> nine boys, and only one grandchild. 378 00:42:46,197 --> 00:42:50,600 But my Vincent he names his daughter carlotta, which you may not know, 379 00:42:50,602 --> 00:42:55,338 but my name is carlotta. He names her after his mother, my Vincent. 380 00:42:55,340 --> 00:42:59,208 Monica >> you have told me that a million times. 381 00:42:59,210 --> 00:42:59,208 Monica>> do you have any new pictures? 382 00:42:59,210 --> 00:43:05,582 Mrs. nighetti> you would think that wife of his would know i want new pictures every week 383 00:43:05,584 --> 00:43:11,354 but she is too busy getting famous. I am going to be a famous model, she says. 384 00:43:11,356 --> 00:43:16,025 To listen to her talk, the baby set her back years. 385 00:43:16,027 --> 00:43:19,729 Oh, maybe you have not seen this one... 386 00:43:19,731 --> 00:43:20,730 Monica >> I bet i have. 387 00:43:20,732 --> 00:43:23,666 There is my girl. 388 00:43:30,742 --> 00:43:32,742 Monica>> sweetie its time for dinner. 389 00:43:32,744 --> 00:43:35,745 Sally>> I wanna keep playing. 390 00:43:35,747 --> 00:43:40,617 Brian>> just let her play. 391 00:43:52,763 --> 00:43:56,633 Mrs. nighetti>> so has that Brian come to his senses yet? 392 00:43:56,635 --> 00:44:01,771 Has he come rushing to you with an armful of roses? 393 00:44:01,773 --> 00:44:04,674 Monica>> have not heard a word. 394 00:44:04,676 --> 00:44:10,179 Monica >> but I am sure I will as soon as his wife pops that kid out. 395 00:44:21,792 --> 00:44:24,093 Monica > >she is not that great 396 00:44:24,095 --> 00:44:28,164 a little younger than I am 397 00:44:37,808 --> 00:44:43,146 Monica >> horrible laugh but she sure knew how to trap him. 398 00:44:43,148 --> 00:44:47,684 Monica >> probably was not even on the pill. 399 00:44:52,823 --> 00:44:56,693 Brian >> straighten out - straighten out babe! 400 00:45:10,841 --> 00:45:15,845 Monica>> I will not go to him. He has to come to me. 401 00:45:35,866 --> 00:45:37,867 Babysitter>> you are late again. 402 00:45:37,869 --> 00:45:37,867 Monica>> sorry. 403 00:45:37,869 --> 00:45:40,870 Babysitter>> she had a nap. 404 00:45:40,872 --> 00:45:44,741 Monica>> good. 405 00:45:45,075 --> 00:45:45,074 Babysitter>> thanks. 406 00:45:45,076 --> 00:45:50,213 Monica >> after the book comes out. Sally will need a private tutor. 407 00:45:50,215 --> 00:45:52,882 I will be making appearances all over the world. 408 00:45:52,884 --> 00:45:54,517 Monica>> Turkey or bologna? 409 00:45:54,519 --> 00:45:54,517 Sally>> bologna! 410 00:45:54,519 --> 00:45:57,887 Monica >> I will start writing it soon. 411 00:45:57,889 --> 00:46:00,757 I will describe his spotless condo. 412 00:46:00,759 --> 00:46:00,757 The way he walked. 413 00:46:00,759 --> 00:46:04,227 The way his little voice rode the air. 414 00:46:04,229 --> 00:46:06,896 The mysterious woman from El Paso 415 00:46:06,898 --> 00:46:08,898 and especially his shirts. 416 00:46:08,900 --> 00:46:12,902 The way they faced the same direction, one after another. 417 00:46:12,904 --> 00:46:16,773 Like promises kept. Like the days of a life. 418 00:46:35,926 --> 00:46:38,795 Monica>> hey! 419 00:46:43,433 --> 00:46:46,235 Sally>> can you read to me? 420 00:46:46,237 --> 00:46:50,940 Monica>> um - sure I can tell you a story 421 00:46:50,942 --> 00:46:53,843 monica>> ummm 422 00:46:53,845 --> 00:47:00,950 monica>> there once was a very beautiful young woman named cinderella 423 00:47:00,952 --> 00:47:03,853 and she lived in a castle, i think. 424 00:47:03,855 --> 00:47:13,963 And she lived with her evil step mom and two or three mean step sisters. 425 00:47:13,965 --> 00:47:19,535 And she had to clean the house every single day. Top to bottom. 426 00:47:19,537 --> 00:47:25,975 And then one day there was an announcement on TV that said there would be a big ball. 427 00:47:25,977 --> 00:47:25,975 And she really wanted to go 428 00:47:25,977 --> 00:47:35,985 beause she knew that the man she was supposed to be with was going to be there. 429 00:47:35,987 --> 00:47:40,857 And she knew if she went there she would... 430 00:47:40,859 --> 00:47:48,030 Live happily ever after and be a very famous writer. 431 00:48:26,036 --> 00:48:33,042 >> Hi Paul, it is Laura. I heard you were going to be in town 432 00:48:33,044 --> 00:48:37,046 so I thought maybe if you had time you could stop by 433 00:48:37,048 --> 00:48:42,051 I would really like you to meet my son Chris. We are at my moms house 434 00:48:42,053 --> 00:48:42,051 >> 'next message' 435 00:48:42,053 --> 00:48:48,691 caddy>> hi Paul. They just released your father and we should be home soon 436 00:48:48,693 --> 00:48:53,562 I do not want you to be surprised when you see him, okay? He has gotten worse. 437 00:48:53,564 --> 00:49:00,069 The stroke left him agitated. Maybe you can take him for a drive tomorrow 438 00:49:00,071 --> 00:49:02,071 he always liked that. 439 00:49:02,073 --> 00:49:05,074 Caddy>> so good to see you. 440 00:49:05,076 --> 00:49:10,313 Edmund>> l... let... let go. 441 00:49:10,315 --> 00:49:15,084 Caddy>> maybe you should get rid of that thing. Do you not need a truck for your business? 442 00:49:15,086 --> 00:49:18,487 Edmund>> lazy, does not like anything old. 443 00:49:18,489 --> 00:49:23,092 Paul>> stop that. Call her caddy please. 444 00:49:23,094 --> 00:49:28,965 Caddy>> Paul would you help me in the kitchen please. 445 00:49:46,116 --> 00:49:50,119 Caddy>> Laura brought us home from the hospital. 446 00:49:50,121 --> 00:49:54,457 Paul>> did she? 447 00:49:54,459 --> 00:49:58,127 Caddy>> she had the boy with her. 448 00:49:58,129 --> 00:50:03,132 Edmund>> that boy looks exactly like you. 449 00:50:03,134 --> 00:50:05,001 Paul>> boys not mine. 450 00:50:05,003 --> 00:50:09,071 Caddy>> we know that. 451 00:50:10,140 --> 00:50:15,011 Edmund>> that kid is the spitting - mmm - mmm 452 00:50:17,147 --> 00:50:21,017 paul>> spitting image. Spitting image. 453 00:50:24,154 --> 00:50:27,023 Caddy>> not in the house. 454 00:50:29,159 --> 00:50:31,160 There are blankets and sheets on the couch. 455 00:50:31,162 --> 00:50:37,033 And shower - I could smell the wood lacquer on your skin. 456 00:50:43,508 --> 00:50:46,575 Paul>> stop that. Just stop. 457 00:51:51,241 --> 00:51:55,244 Edmund>> just like me. Not long for the world. 458 00:51:55,246 --> 00:52:01,250 Paul>> no just needs a little love that is all. Just a little bit of love. 459 00:52:01,252 --> 00:52:03,252 Watch this 460 00:52:08,259 --> 00:52:14,263 see dad, told you, she is not ready to leave me yet. 461 00:52:14,265 --> 00:52:17,266 Paul>> what does mom make of all that smoking stuff? 462 00:52:17,268 --> 00:52:18,767 Edmund>> I do not know. 463 00:52:18,769 --> 00:52:21,137 Paul>> I read somewhere a couple weeks ago 464 00:52:21,139 --> 00:52:24,273 that doctors are saying they're actually good for you 465 00:52:24,275 --> 00:52:26,675 especially if you had stroke there suppose to really good 466 00:52:26,677 --> 00:52:31,280 edmund>> oh that is perfect. I am going to remember that. 467 00:52:31,282 --> 00:52:34,150 Paul>> good. Edmund>> yeah. 468 00:52:36,286 --> 00:52:39,288 Edmund>> how is work? 469 00:52:39,290 --> 00:52:43,292 Paul>> I quit the.. I quit the paper. 470 00:52:43,294 --> 00:52:47,296 Edmund>> why? You are a good writer. 471 00:52:47,298 --> 00:52:51,300 Paul>> yeah I make furniture full time now 472 00:52:51,302 --> 00:52:56,172 edmund>> well - you always liked wood. 473 00:52:56,174 --> 00:52:59,842 Paul>> mom did not tell you that? 474 00:52:59,844 --> 00:53:09,919 Edmund>> she does not tell me a goddamn thing. But she - she - she told me that. 475 00:53:17,327 --> 00:53:20,963 Edmund>> oh, I knew you would make that turn. 476 00:53:20,965 --> 00:53:25,901 Paul>> what do you mean? No, you said go anywhere. I do not care we can go anywhere. 477 00:53:25,903 --> 00:53:29,338 Edmund>> you cannot keep away from her. 478 00:53:29,340 --> 00:53:33,642 Paul>> what are you talking about? 479 00:53:33,644 --> 00:53:39,348 Paul>> oh look, hey, no, no, i did not even notice this was her street. 480 00:53:39,350 --> 00:53:43,352 Edmund>> oh well, you do not notice most things. 481 00:53:43,354 --> 00:53:48,224 Paul>> oh, I do not notice most things? Is that not interesting... 482 00:53:59,369 --> 00:54:05,374 Edmund>> you see, he looks just like, just like you when you were young. 483 00:54:05,376 --> 00:54:07,876 Paul>> yeah... well that kid is not my kid. 484 00:54:07,878 --> 00:54:07,876 Edmund>> look at him! 485 00:54:07,878 --> 00:54:07,876 Paul>> what do I gotta look at him for? Hey, hey, hey, listen - 486 00:54:07,878 --> 00:54:15,851 that is not my son. That is not my son, I do not know why you do not get that. 487 00:54:15,853 --> 00:54:27,930 Why am I gonna look at him. Thats not my son. What a dumb thing to say. 488 00:54:40,477 --> 00:54:42,544 Caddy>> did he smoke? 489 00:54:42,546 --> 00:54:46,415 Paul>> yeah, I did not see a point in keeping him from it. 490 00:54:46,417 --> 00:54:55,924 Paul>> we drove past the, by Laura's house. How is she doing these days? 491 00:54:55,926 --> 00:55:01,997 Caddy>> she thinks of herself as family. Coming to the hospital and everything. 492 00:55:09,439 --> 00:55:13,942 Paul>> you know, I do not know how you put up with that every day. 493 00:55:13,944 --> 00:55:17,746 He is so rude. He does not know he is being rude. He drives around saying shit... 494 00:55:17,748 --> 00:55:26,522 Caddy>> your father has always been a little mean. It is all he has got left. 495 00:55:26,524 --> 00:55:30,793 I cannnot deny him the one thing that he can still feel. 496 00:55:30,795 --> 00:55:33,462 Paul>> I do not remember any meanness in him. 497 00:55:33,464 --> 00:55:40,336 Caddy>> glad you feel that way. I do not have a particular hole in my memory. 498 00:55:43,473 --> 00:55:47,976 Everyone has a little meanness in them. 499 00:55:47,978 --> 00:55:50,479 You should see the child. 500 00:55:50,481 --> 00:55:58,354 Caddy>> I know. He is not your son. But she was your wife. 501 00:55:58,356 --> 00:56:00,489 Paul>> she was my wife. 502 00:56:00,491 --> 00:56:04,026 She led me to believe we would get back together for four months 503 00:56:04,028 --> 00:56:08,497 and just never bothered to say, umm, oh I am pregnant. 504 00:56:08,499 --> 00:56:13,135 Caddy>> sometimes, honey, people cannot speak their thoughts. 505 00:56:13,137 --> 00:56:16,672 Other words come out instead. 506 00:56:16,674 --> 00:56:20,743 Go see them. 507 00:57:11,561 --> 00:57:15,431 Laura>> you come to see me, or him? 508 00:57:17,567 --> 00:57:20,569 Paul>> you look like yourself. 509 00:57:20,571 --> 00:57:24,440 Laura>> I suppose that is a compliment. 510 00:57:28,578 --> 00:57:31,580 Paul>> so what are you up to these days? 511 00:57:31,582 --> 00:57:40,589 Laura>> umm, I am a teller at the bank, but mostly I take care of cliff. And, uh, you? 512 00:57:40,591 --> 00:57:47,596 Paul>> I make furniture now. Business is improving. 513 00:57:47,598 --> 00:57:54,603 Eventually there might be some money in it. But I am happier around the lumber. 514 00:57:54,605 --> 00:57:57,906 Laura>> I remember you always used to say, wood cannot be forced. 515 00:57:57,908 --> 00:58:02,978 You have to discover the form within. 516 00:58:03,179 --> 00:58:05,180 Paul>> I do not think I said that bullshit, 517 00:58:05,182 --> 00:58:08,016 but if I did it was probably just to impress you. 518 00:58:08,018 --> 00:58:11,086 Laura>> you did. 519 00:58:15,625 --> 00:58:19,628 Paul>> hey buddy. How old are you? 520 00:58:19,630 --> 00:58:22,498 You are a big boy. 521 00:58:26,636 --> 00:58:29,505 You like horses? Huh? 522 00:58:37,648 --> 00:58:41,650 You can have him, if you want him. 523 00:58:41,652 --> 00:58:45,821 Laura>> hey honey, you want to run inside and show grandma your new toy? 524 00:58:45,823 --> 00:58:49,892 Mommy is going to talk to her friend. 525 00:58:54,664 --> 00:58:57,533 Laura>> that was kind of you. 526 00:59:07,677 --> 00:59:12,681 Laura>> you are still driving the swinger? 527 00:59:12,683 --> 00:59:22,658 Paul>> my dad loves her. I let him smoke in it. He, uh, is not himself anymore. You know. 528 00:59:22,660 --> 00:59:28,730 Sometimes he looks like my father. Occasionally sounds like my father, but he is... 529 00:59:42,712 --> 00:59:46,582 Laura>> I thought it would be to strange to send you pictures. 530 00:59:49,719 --> 00:59:55,591 I had a fling. He looked like you. 531 01:00:07,737 --> 01:00:13,742 Paul>> I guess I should go. 532 01:00:13,744 --> 01:00:17,646 Laura>> you know where to find us. 533 01:00:17,648 --> 01:00:21,617 Paul>> yeah. 534 01:00:38,768 --> 01:00:45,173 Paul>> my girl. My girl. That is what I wanted to say. You look yourself, 535 01:00:45,175 --> 01:00:48,176 I wanted to say you look like my fucking girl, man. 536 01:00:48,178 --> 01:00:58,253 Stupid ass idiot. Then what? Then what!? Then what? I do not know. 537 01:01:05,195 --> 01:01:10,265 Paul>> what should I do? 538 01:01:54,243 --> 01:01:57,145 Older Michael narrating>> we were locked out. 539 01:01:57,147 --> 01:01:59,848 Older Michael narrating>> we would have to make a decision soon. 540 01:01:59,850 --> 01:02:03,719 Break in or hike a few miles back to town. 541 01:02:05,188 --> 01:02:09,091 But for now, we were teenaged boys with one concern. 542 01:02:09,093 --> 01:02:11,893 Lee> a couple summers ago I was at church camp. 543 01:02:11,895 --> 01:02:15,731 And you now how they have each day you got a different activity. 544 01:02:15,733 --> 01:02:21,002 Well, this particular day it was art and crafts, and I mean i was not into it. 545 01:02:21,004 --> 01:02:24,106 Lee>> you know I hate crafts. Michael>> you hate arts and crafts. 546 01:02:24,108 --> 01:02:27,943 Lee>> yeah. So this girl, i kind of see her looking at me. 547 01:02:27,945 --> 01:02:31,913 And she was beautiful. I mean, she had like this perfectly feathered hair 548 01:02:31,915 --> 01:02:31,913 and she had the most incredible singing voice. 549 01:02:31,915 --> 01:02:38,787 She could have had a record deal, that is what I told her. And so I was talking to her. 550 01:02:38,789 --> 01:02:42,257 And we were supposed to be making those gods eyes with the yarn or whatever. 551 01:02:42,259 --> 01:02:46,828 And I was like 'hey you want to get out of here?' And shes like 'okay' 552 01:02:46,830 --> 01:02:50,932 so, I said come with me. And we start making out. You know, 553 01:02:50,934 --> 01:02:56,037 it is like I am telling you. It is those innocent girls that get the craziest. 554 01:02:56,039 --> 01:02:57,839 Michael>> they are crazy, naughty. 555 01:02:57,841 --> 01:02:59,908 Lee>> it is like all repressed inside or something. 556 01:02:59,910 --> 01:02:59,908 Lee>> and her ass. Oh my god. 557 01:02:59,910 --> 01:03:06,414 Her ass was so round, it was like the most perfectly round thing that you have ever seen. 558 01:03:06,416 --> 01:03:06,414 Michael>> like a bubble? 559 01:03:06,416 --> 01:03:06,414 Lee>> I did not even know nature could create something -it was like a babies head. 560 01:03:06,416 --> 01:03:13,321 Greg>> god dammit, Michael. Michael>> oh yeah, real soft. Like a babies cheeks. 561 01:03:13,323 --> 01:03:13,321 Lee> yeah, yeah, just like two little babies heads. 562 01:03:13,323 --> 01:03:17,492 Older Michael narrating>> it goes without saying that this was bullshit. 563 01:03:17,494 --> 01:03:20,929 Lee was starving for information about sex just like the rest of us. 564 01:03:20,931 --> 01:03:26,935 A few years back, lees father was caught performing an abortion and stripped of his license to operate. 565 01:03:26,937 --> 01:03:29,938 Lee did not touch or comfort his father. 566 01:03:29,940 --> 01:03:33,942 He did not ask about the law or justice or even who the woman was. 567 01:03:33,944 --> 01:03:35,944 He only asked one thing 568 01:03:35,946 --> 01:03:41,950 lee>> was she naked? 569 01:03:41,952 --> 01:03:49,958 Lee>> she was such - such good pussy, man. What about you Greg? 570 01:03:49,960 --> 01:03:53,962 Greg>> well, it was not quite as innocent as Bible camp... 571 01:03:53,964 --> 01:03:55,964 Michael>> get ready for the bullshit. 572 01:03:55,966 --> 01:03:58,200 Greg>> hey! So, I am out mowing my lawn. 573 01:03:58,202 --> 01:04:02,871 Its my neighbors yard and she was probably like maybe forty something, 574 01:04:02,873 --> 01:04:07,275 I am not sure, but she was not too old, but like just right! 575 01:04:07,277 --> 01:04:10,612 And she comes out like half way through, alright - 576 01:04:10,614 --> 01:04:14,349 lee>> and she invites me in for cookies and lemonade. Michael>> your neighbor?? 577 01:04:14,351 --> 01:04:14,349 Greg>> it is like.. Lee>> twinkies and lemonade? 578 01:04:14,351 --> 01:04:19,487 Greg>> she must have known me, I do not know how, but she got me. 579 01:04:19,489 --> 01:04:23,992 And next thing I know she comes back around twinkies, lemonade, no shirt, no bra. 580 01:04:23,994 --> 01:04:27,896 Just tits man, they were like - if I had to compare them - 581 01:04:27,898 --> 01:04:33,001 I would probably say like working with - maybe a mango - you know what I am saying. 582 01:04:33,003 --> 01:04:33,001 Like a mango 583 01:04:33,003 --> 01:04:39,007 almost like, you know how like when your checking the mango to make sure it is not rotten. 584 01:04:39,009 --> 01:04:41,176 But it is squishy and stuff. Lee>> yeah, yeah, yeah. 585 01:04:41,178 --> 01:04:44,246 Greg>> it is like a rotten mango. So anyway you know - i start 586 01:04:44,248 --> 01:04:47,215 of course the twinkies and lemonade are long gone. Fuck that. 587 01:04:47,217 --> 01:04:51,019 And so I am fucking her and she starts making this noise. 588 01:04:51,021 --> 01:04:54,923 And dammit if I had a tape recorder for that noise. It was beautiful. 589 01:04:54,925 --> 01:04:59,027 Michael>> what was it? Greg>> it was - it was a damn serenade of beauty. 590 01:04:59,029 --> 01:05:02,097 Lee>> I want to hear the noise. Greg>> I wish I could create it. It was.. 591 01:05:02,099 --> 01:05:04,332 Michael>> yeah you can, go ahead. Come on. Make the noise. 592 01:05:04,334 --> 01:05:06,034 Greg>> no I cannot. I cannot. I cannot. 593 01:05:06,036 --> 01:05:08,103 Lee>> was it a little like - 594 01:05:11,041 --> 01:05:14,042 michael>> yeah, like fucking a retarded pig kind of. 595 01:05:14,044 --> 01:05:19,414 Greg>> no, no, no, no. It was like, you know what. Alright, for you all sakes. 596 01:05:19,416 --> 01:05:23,051 Okay. I will make the noise, alright. One time show. 597 01:05:23,053 --> 01:05:23,051 Michael & lee>> thank you, alright! 598 01:05:23,053 --> 01:05:29,691 Greg>> please take it in, i might not do it justice. But i will give it a shot okay, so - 599 01:05:29,693 --> 01:05:32,093 greg>> right here. It is like that. 600 01:05:32,095 --> 01:05:36,464 It is just like, it is real long and deep like 'uuuuuhhhhh' 601 01:05:36,466 --> 01:05:39,634 lee>> I thought this was the sound that she made. Not you. 602 01:05:39,636 --> 01:05:42,137 Greg>> no that is the sound she made yeah. 603 01:05:42,139 --> 01:05:42,137 Michael>> that is the sound she made!? 604 01:05:42,139 --> 01:05:51,713 Older Michael narrating>> in fact, Greg was borrowing details from something he witnessed through a keyhole one night. 605 01:05:55,085 --> 01:05:58,086 Gregs parents had invited some of their friends over. 606 01:05:58,088 --> 01:06:01,957 They did this from time to time apparently. 607 01:06:12,101 --> 01:06:14,970 Mother>> oh yeah 608 01:06:19,108 --> 01:06:21,109 mother>> who is first? 609 01:06:21,111 --> 01:06:22,978 Random guy one>> oh - I am first 610 01:06:35,124 --> 01:06:38,126 Lee and michael>> bitchin man. Yeah man that is righteous. 611 01:06:38,128 --> 01:06:40,128 Greg>> thank you. Thank you. 612 01:06:40,130 --> 01:06:47,135 Yeah. No big deal. What about you, man. What about your lady Michael? 613 01:06:47,137 --> 01:06:49,137 Lee>> I want to hear some dirty shit. 614 01:06:49,139 --> 01:06:51,373 Michael>> okay, there is this one time. 615 01:06:51,375 --> 01:06:53,508 Lee>> yeah, lets hear it. Greg>> yeah, ready for it. 616 01:06:53,510 --> 01:06:55,143 Michael>> remember the Chandler game? 617 01:06:55,145 --> 01:06:55,143 Lee & greg>> yeah, yeah. 618 01:06:55,145 --> 01:06:59,481 Michael>> well the party. The party after the game. 619 01:06:59,483 --> 01:07:02,550 You were not there but I went with my older brother. 620 01:07:02,552 --> 01:07:06,788 And umm, it was all older chicks there. And you know. 621 01:07:06,790 --> 01:07:12,327 Anyway, I was at this party and i look across the room and I see this girl. 622 01:07:19,169 --> 01:07:26,174 You know I was sitting all the way across the room but somehow we just keep locking eyes. 623 01:07:26,176 --> 01:07:32,180 And she is giving me this real intense stare. She was so beautiful man. 624 01:07:32,182 --> 01:07:38,186 I mean like, movie star eyes and she is wearing this really cute outfit. 625 01:07:38,188 --> 01:07:43,058 I glance down and I see shes got these white panties on 626 01:07:45,194 --> 01:07:48,196 greg>> so, uhh, what about the white panties? 627 01:07:48,198 --> 01:07:51,433 Michael>> so she found a way to show them to me. Just me. 628 01:07:51,435 --> 01:07:55,170 Greg>> damn! Lee>> like - did you do anything about it? Come on. 629 01:07:55,172 --> 01:07:58,706 Greg>> where are you going? That is cool about the white panties. 630 01:07:58,708 --> 01:08:02,710 Older Michael narrating>> the story I told my friends was only part of the truth. 631 01:08:02,712 --> 01:08:06,214 The white flash of the girl underwear did something to me. 632 01:08:06,216 --> 01:08:11,119 I had to move, say something. 633 01:08:11,121 --> 01:08:14,122 Greg>> so what did you do? 634 01:08:14,124 --> 01:08:22,097 Michael>> well, I stand up and i just go straight across the room. 635 01:08:26,235 --> 01:08:30,538 Michael>> I could tell she wanted me to do something. So - i reached out. 636 01:08:30,540 --> 01:08:35,243 Greg>> oh really? What did you reach out for? 637 01:08:35,245 --> 01:08:37,479 Michael>> well - I put my finger there. 638 01:08:37,481 --> 01:08:39,447 Greg>> where? Where did you put it? 639 01:08:39,449 --> 01:08:44,252 Michael>> put it there. Right - right fucking there. Right there. 640 01:08:44,254 --> 01:08:49,257 Lee>> what happened from there? Just leave her sitting. Come on. 641 01:08:49,259 --> 01:08:51,159 Michael>> alright, okay. Let me get to that. 642 01:08:51,161 --> 01:08:55,263 Greg>> I am jealous - I would love to hear it. 643 01:08:55,265 --> 01:09:01,136 Older Michael narrating>> because I was a virgin I could no describe what I did with the girl. 644 01:09:01,138 --> 01:09:03,271 What I described was a landscape. 645 01:09:03,273 --> 01:09:05,173 Mountains. 646 01:09:05,175 --> 01:09:07,175 Fields. 647 01:09:07,177 --> 01:09:09,277 The things around me. 648 01:09:09,279 --> 01:09:13,281 I substituted the body of a woman for the body of the earth. 649 01:09:13,283 --> 01:09:17,285 At least that is what I think i did. 650 01:09:17,287 --> 01:09:23,658 We did not know exactly what we were saying. But we knew we were saying more than what was said. 651 01:09:23,660 --> 01:09:33,301 Michael >> she wants it so. So i gave it to her. You know. I gave it to her real hard. 652 01:09:33,303 --> 01:09:36,604 You know, real fast. Deep, you know. 653 01:09:36,606 --> 01:09:40,308 I do not think I could have gotten deeper or gone harder. 654 01:09:40,310 --> 01:09:43,311 Lee>> ahh, that is the best! 655 01:09:43,313 --> 01:09:46,314 Michael>> yeah. And umm, 656 01:09:46,316 --> 01:09:57,225 when it was all over - I just looked at her and then I left. 657 01:10:04,334 --> 01:10:14,342 Greg>> that was a good story, man. Yeah, that was great. Look at us. 658 01:10:14,344 --> 01:10:16,744 Lee>> umm, you guys want another cigarette? 659 01:10:16,746 --> 01:10:19,347 Michael>> yeah. Greg>> it is about time for me. 660 01:10:19,349 --> 01:10:21,916 Older Michael narrating>> we talked into the night. 661 01:10:21,918 --> 01:10:26,354 Eventually we did hike the five miles back into town to call a locksmith. 662 01:10:26,356 --> 01:10:29,657 But for now we were content to sit and smoke. 663 01:10:29,659 --> 01:10:32,660 Three boys of no particular distinction. 664 01:10:32,662 --> 01:10:39,367 Elevating as best we could, the fragile faith that our lives had meaning. 665 01:10:39,369 --> 01:10:46,374 Keen narrating>> as much as anything ever really happens, this really did. 666 01:10:50,380 --> 01:10:55,383 Keen narrating>> I guess you could say I was in that drifting phase... 667 01:10:55,385 --> 01:10:57,585 You can call it whatever you want. 668 01:10:57,587 --> 01:11:04,392 Somewhere between dropping out of college and the beginning of settling down. 669 01:11:04,394 --> 01:11:09,397 I was headed home for the summer to straighten myself out. 670 01:11:09,399 --> 01:11:12,400 But took a detour. 671 01:11:12,402 --> 01:11:19,407 A couple thousand miles west of my intended destination. 672 01:11:19,409 --> 01:11:24,412 Keen>> I ended up at this house in apex, Colorado. 673 01:11:24,414 --> 01:11:24,412 My buddy clete was there. 674 01:11:24,414 --> 01:11:36,424 Said he knew this girl that was dog sitting for some rich folks spending the summer in Scotland or something. 675 01:11:36,426 --> 01:11:44,432 He said there was a full liquor cabinet, stockpile of shrooms and a free bed. 676 01:11:44,434 --> 01:11:48,436 So it seemed worth a pit stop 677 01:11:54,444 --> 01:12:00,448 god a lot of people lived in that house over the summer. 678 01:12:00,450 --> 01:12:06,954 It was actually hard to tell who did and who did not on any particular day. 679 01:12:06,956 --> 01:12:12,660 I know, I cannot remember a lot of their names. 680 01:12:12,662 --> 01:12:18,466 Does it matter? Well there was barnett. 681 01:12:18,468 --> 01:12:18,466 Party goer one>> cause she fucking squats when she pees. 682 01:12:18,468 --> 01:12:23,671 Keen narrating>> you know barnett was a special kind of asshole, you know the type. 683 01:12:23,673 --> 01:12:28,476 Barnett>> hey, my man! Keen narrating>> see it was bad to say, considering. But that is the truth. 684 01:12:28,478 --> 01:12:31,846 Barnett>> I do not know if i like white women anymore. I do not even know which one to pick. 685 01:12:31,848 --> 01:12:35,783 You know what I am saying. I was thinking about when I was throwing rocks at a river. 686 01:12:35,785 --> 01:12:39,854 Anyway I would like to talk to you about it more if you got some time. Good shit. 687 01:12:42,492 --> 01:12:53,067 Clete>> lions go after the weak link. Always the baby wildebeest, the retarded zebra, the gimpy little antelope. 688 01:12:53,069 --> 01:12:57,505 Now, based on this evidence, what do you think this movie is called? 689 01:12:57,507 --> 01:13:01,509 "Lion: The noble beast" 690 01:13:01,511 --> 01:13:04,512 keen>> still talking about that fucking movie? 691 01:13:04,514 --> 01:13:08,516 Clete>> it is a documentary. And it is significant. 692 01:13:08,518 --> 01:13:14,522 Keen narrating>> clete was full of useful information from public television. 693 01:13:14,524 --> 01:13:17,725 Clete>> for you. Take them and trip in good health. 694 01:13:17,727 --> 01:13:23,731 Keen narrating>> like the cultural importance of baseball, or the healing powers of magic mushrooms 695 01:13:23,733 --> 01:13:27,001 or the most effective methods of hunting in the desert. 696 01:13:27,003 --> 01:13:30,438 See, those were the topics of conversation that summer. 697 01:13:30,440 --> 01:13:39,514 And everyone was engaged in a horse race for the dog sitter - Lila. 698 01:13:47,556 --> 01:13:49,557 Lila>> you looking for something? 699 01:13:49,559 --> 01:13:52,560 Keen>> yeah, just some water. 700 01:13:52,562 --> 01:13:56,564 Lila>> you are in the wrong place, buddy. 701 01:13:56,566 --> 01:14:03,438 Whiskey and ice. It is my specialty. Plus, it is all we got left, so. 702 01:14:08,578 --> 01:14:13,581 Keen narrating>> stu, nice guy, had a flare or the near overdose. 703 01:14:13,583 --> 01:14:15,583 Keen>> what is up with him? 704 01:14:15,585 --> 01:14:20,588 Lila>> been like that or hours. We do not know if it is drugs or something 705 01:14:20,590 --> 01:14:24,592 keen>> or something? What do you mean or something? 706 01:14:24,594 --> 01:14:31,632 Lila>> I do not know. A million things. 707 01:14:31,634 --> 01:14:36,604 Lila>> you bastards. 708 01:14:36,606 --> 01:14:42,677 Keen>> I think we are all bastards and saints. Just depends on the day. 709 01:14:46,615 --> 01:14:51,486 Lila>> you are quite profound for someone from Ohio. 710 01:14:54,623 --> 01:15:04,499 Keen narrating>> the way I saw it I had two options. Turn tail and head for home. Or throw my hat in the ring. 711 01:15:49,244 --> 01:15:54,181 Keen narrating>> I mean, what would you do? 712 01:16:02,691 --> 01:16:09,597 Keen narrating>> you cannot just sit next to a girl and expect her to unfold her life to you 713 01:16:09,599 --> 01:16:13,668 like it is a shirt she is asking you to wear. 714 01:16:15,871 --> 01:16:22,944 You have to show her that you are giving something up in order to talk to her. 715 01:16:24,947 --> 01:16:32,053 I am telling you, man. If you want to get to the really good stories, you have to make an effort. 716 01:16:32,055 --> 01:16:34,355 Lila >> high school, the lady friend. 717 01:16:34,357 --> 01:16:38,292 Keen>> uhh, what do you want to know? Lila>> I want to know it all. 718 01:16:38,294 --> 01:16:43,731 Keen>> she was not especially beautiful, but she was amazing to talk to 719 01:16:43,733 --> 01:16:43,731 lila>> so you never saw her again? 720 01:16:43,733 --> 01:16:54,742 Keen>> I kind of lost track of her. But I did see her, yeah, at our ten year reunion. Yeah. 721 01:16:54,744 --> 01:17:01,616 Lila>> you went to your ten year reunion... Keen>> yeah I did. Why? 722 01:17:03,752 --> 01:17:09,624 Lila>> no reason. I do not know. Keen>> okay. 723 01:17:11,259 --> 01:17:19,634 Keen>> anyways she, she is married to some guy who works for NASA. Yeah. Lila>> fuck. 724 01:17:19,636 --> 01:17:26,073 Keen>> they already had a kid. And another one on the way. Lila>> wow. 725 01:17:26,075 --> 01:17:32,680 Keen>> yeah. The whole time i kept thinking about how crazy she used to be for me, you know? 726 01:17:32,682 --> 01:17:38,285 How it could have been my kid, calling me daddy. 727 01:17:38,287 --> 01:17:44,792 Like somehow I had given up my chance to walk on the moon. 728 01:17:44,794 --> 01:17:50,131 Lila>> it is not to late you know. To walk on the moon. 729 01:17:50,133 --> 01:17:52,800 Keen>> nah! I hate flying. Always have. 730 01:17:52,802 --> 01:17:56,804 Lila>> is that right? Keen>> uh huh. 731 01:17:58,808 --> 01:18:03,844 Barnett >> pussies! Pussies! Pussies! 732 01:18:03,846 --> 01:18:06,947 Barnett>> you are the biggest pussy of them all. 733 01:18:06,949 --> 01:18:06,947 Lila>> it is true. 734 01:18:08,985 --> 01:18:10,818 Lila>> eww! Fuck you! Fuck you! 735 01:18:13,056 --> 01:18:15,723 Keen>> fuck! Oww! 736 01:18:17,959 --> 01:18:23,698 Clete >> we can get five cents for these. Wanna help me collect them? 737 01:18:27,836 --> 01:18:30,838 Clete>> what happened to him? 738 01:18:30,840 --> 01:18:34,842 Lila>> him or the other one? 739 01:18:34,844 --> 01:18:37,845 Clete>> okay. This fucking guy. 740 01:18:59,868 --> 01:19:02,770 Clete>> you coming? 741 01:19:02,772 --> 01:19:05,740 Keen>> we cannot just leave him out here. 742 01:19:07,275 --> 01:19:10,344 Clete>> well, wake him up. 743 01:19:23,893 --> 01:19:26,293 Clete>> Jesus Christ. 744 01:19:26,295 --> 01:19:31,365 Clete>> you could damage your bladder holding your pee that long. 745 01:19:44,913 --> 01:19:47,815 Keen>> fuck it, now what? 746 01:19:47,817 --> 01:19:51,819 Clete>> you are on the right track, maybe just thinking a little too small. 747 01:19:51,821 --> 01:19:55,923 Keen>> fuck head, come here. Grab his arms I got an idea. 748 01:19:55,925 --> 01:19:58,793 Clete>> oh shit. Yes sir, yes sir. 749 01:20:01,931 --> 01:20:04,832 Keen>> alright walk this way. 750 01:20:04,834 --> 01:20:09,937 Keen & clete together>> one, two, three! 751 01:20:16,946 --> 01:20:25,419 Clete>> shit! Barnett wake up you bastard! Wake up barnett! 752 01:20:29,958 --> 01:20:33,861 Clete>> he is fucking around. 753 01:20:33,863 --> 01:20:36,831 Clete>> barnett! 754 01:20:43,972 --> 01:20:43,971 Clete>> oh fuck! 755 01:20:55,984 --> 01:21:04,992 Clete>> it is some consolation that he was an asshole. 756 01:21:04,994 --> 01:21:08,996 Clete>> but - what are you going to tell Lila? 757 01:21:08,998 --> 01:21:13,868 Keen>> nothing. We are not telling Lila anything. 758 01:21:25,013 --> 01:21:32,019 Lila>> I cannot believe this. Who dies?? 759 01:21:32,021 --> 01:21:36,023 Keen>> can you not say it like that. 760 01:21:36,025 --> 01:21:39,026 Lila>> like what? 761 01:21:39,028 --> 01:21:43,597 Clete>> of all the days to run out of fucking alcohol! 762 01:21:47,036 --> 01:21:50,905 Lila>> did you check his pulse? 763 01:21:53,275 --> 01:21:56,343 Keen>> yeah. 764 01:22:04,052 --> 01:22:15,562 Lila>> do not tell stu. Do not fucking tell anyone. 765 01:22:22,971 --> 01:22:26,040 Lila >> promise me. 766 01:22:29,077 --> 01:22:33,080 Lila>> promise me! 767 01:22:33,082 --> 01:22:35,950 Keen>> I promise. 768 01:23:17,125 --> 01:23:25,132 Keen narrating>> I do not think Lila had any second thoughts about being my girlfriend. 769 01:23:25,134 --> 01:23:37,011 I did not. But you know how it is, you fall in love, you cannot see beyond it. 770 01:23:40,382 --> 01:23:50,457 I guess that is where time, it just, gets away from you. 771 01:24:46,214 --> 01:24:50,084 Keen>> is that shit or vomit? 772 01:24:54,223 --> 01:24:58,092 Clete>> this is damnation territory. 773 01:25:02,230 --> 01:25:07,101 Keen>> I may have had something to do with that. 774 01:25:22,250 --> 01:25:27,121 Stu>> should someone say a few words? 775 01:25:34,262 --> 01:25:43,904 Clete>> okay. Rest in peace. Umm, yeah. Amen. 776 01:25:43,906 --> 01:25:52,146 Clete>> okay. Rest in peace. Umm, yeah. Amen. 777 01:26:15,303 --> 01:26:20,307 Keen>> I think you should run some water. 778 01:26:20,309 --> 01:26:31,318 Lila>> there is an idea. 779 01:26:31,320 --> 01:26:35,189 Keen>> that is my shirt you know. 780 01:26:49,837 --> 01:26:54,908 Keen>> wanna get married? 781 01:27:01,349 --> 01:27:06,220 Lila>> my parents float me some money every couple months. 782 01:27:07,355 --> 01:27:11,225 Lila>> that could pay for our marriage certificate. 783 01:27:24,372 --> 01:27:28,242 Lila>> do you have any savings? 784 01:27:32,281 --> 01:27:37,251 Keen>> do not worry I will buy you a big old ring. 785 01:28:06,414 --> 01:28:12,419 Lila>> I guess I could go back to waitressing. 786 01:28:12,421 --> 01:28:16,290 Keen>> yeah, that would be good. 787 01:29:07,041 --> 01:29:11,478 Keen>> good morning, sir. 788 01:29:11,480 --> 01:29:17,484 Sheriff>> morning - I hate to bother you. But your wife came by. 789 01:29:17,486 --> 01:29:21,488 Sheriff>> said you murdered a man? 790 01:29:21,490 --> 01:29:24,491 Keen narrating>>I mean it was perfect. 791 01:29:24,493 --> 01:29:29,496 Keen narrating>>down to my damn underwear. Glass of whiskey in my hand. 792 01:29:29,498 --> 01:29:34,501 I just looked at him and said - i would not call it murder. 793 01:29:34,503 --> 01:29:39,573 I realize now that was a slip. 794 01:29:41,876 --> 01:29:45,946 It is never easy to know what to say in the moment, is it? 795 01:30:04,532 --> 01:30:08,402 You know, there is one last thing that I remember. 796 01:30:12,540 --> 01:30:18,779 So all the dogs in town, they were barking at us when we arrived that first night. 797 01:30:18,781 --> 01:30:23,450 Not knowing what we were getting into. 798 01:30:23,452 --> 01:30:35,629 That I would murder a man. Manslaughter a dog. And fall in love. 799 01:30:35,631 --> 01:30:38,698 Despite what you might think. 800 01:30:42,570 --> 01:30:52,612 Those fucking dogs. They would not stop barking. What do you think that means?? 801 01:30:52,614 --> 01:30:59,486 Those fucking dogs. They would not stop barking. What do you think that means?? 802 01:31:07,162 --> 01:31:14,100 Narrator>> some character will complain that his nowhere life is everyone else fault. 803 01:31:14,102 --> 01:31:18,638 All you have to do is sit on the wrong stool. 804 01:31:18,640 --> 01:31:24,144 To get the good stories you have to make an effort. 805 01:31:24,146 --> 01:31:29,216 You have to live them.