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CD

1
Interior to command.

2
We've finished our sweep and we've got one victim outside being treated by EMS.

3
Do you got anyone else in there?

4
What a shame, huh? It was one of the oldest buildings in Georgia.

5
Ronnie, promise me you'll make an effort, OK?

6
- Does Dad know she was arrested? - Jonah!

7
I didn't do it, OK? Stay out of it.

8
Just in time.

9
Wow!

10
- Dad! - Hi, Joe-boy. How are you, man?

11
I'm great. How are you?

12
Here we go!

13
- I missed you. Look how big you are. - Me too.

14
You're like six-three now.

15
- You live on the beach? - You bet.

16
That is awesome!

17
- Don't go in the water. - Be carefuI if you go in the water.

18
- How are you? - I'm good.

19
That's right, we have two children.

20
Hi, Ronnie. How are you, sweetheart?

21
Wow.

22
You have no idea.

23
- Hi. Can I help you? - Strawberry shake.

24
Here you go.

25
That's you, Will!

26
I'm sorry.

27
- You OK? - I would rather drink my milkshake

28
- than wear it, but I'm fine. - I'm sorry.

29
You look it.

30
Forget it.

31
Hey, look. I really am sorry.

32
- Didn't we just do this? - I'm Will, by the way.

33
- Let me buy you another shirt. - No, thanks. I'm good.

34
Come on. I'm practicing Southern hospitality.

35
Is that what they call hitting on strangers now?

36
You know what? I have no interest in buying you a shirt.

37
- Is that so? - I'm just over here

38
so the other team can catch a breath.

39
- Pushy and conceited. - Why don't you come watch.

40
I'll pass.

41
Thank you.

42
I'm glad you were able to fix it.

43
Yeah. Ronnie did a pretty good job with that.

44
Now I know what a piano looks like when somebody takes a baseball bat to it.

45
- You rehearsed that so many times. - Is she still not playing?

46
Not since the day you left.

47
Brian even bought her an electric piano. She won't go near it.

48
- An electric piano from Brian? - Steve.

49
- How is she otherwise? - Well, let's see.

50
Grades were in the toilet.

51
It's a miracle she graduated from high schooI.

52
And she doesn't have one friend without a pierced something.

53
- Thanks. - Yeah.

54
She told you she got into Juilliard, right?

55
No. Without playing?

56
They said they've been watching her since she was five.

57
Not that it matters. She says she's not going.

58
Well, she'll make the right decision.

59
I'm glad you're so sure.

60
- Kim... - We hurt them, Steve.

61
Especially Ronnie.

62
- We can try and pretend... - I'm not gonna do this. OK?

63
Things happen. Nobody's perfect.

64
And Ronnie...

65
Ronnie will be fine.

66
A unicorn. How mythicaI.

67
I'd stick with the stained one if I were you. Those suck.

68
Pretty much.

69
OK. Come with me. There are some cooler places.

70
Let's go!

71
Call, write, text, but communicate.

72
- OK! - OK? I love you.

73
Got lipstick. Tell your sister I love her.

74
- All right. - Bye!

75
Bye!

76
- Ready? - Come on!

77
Bye, Mom!

78
Thanks.

79
What is all this stuff?

80
Well, I am building a stained-glass window for the church up the road.

81
I saw it. How did it happen?

82
Nobody's certain.

83
They think it was some sort of accident.

84
- This is so cooI. - Yeah?

85
Unfortunately, I'm not really looking

86
for an assistant right now, so...

87
Why not? No, Dad, I'd do it!

88
- Yeah? - Yeah!

89
- You want it? - I'd do it for free!

90
- OK. You're hired. - Really?

91
- Yeah. - That's so cooI.

92
What kind of name is Blaze?

93
A nickname my boyfriend, Marcus, gave me.

94
My reaI name's GaladrieI. It's from Lord of the Rings.

95
My mom's weird like that.

96
Hey, I'm lucky it wasn't Frodo.

97
How much?

98
- Twenty. - Too much.

99
Oh, wait.

100
I'm sorry. Today, it's free.

101
- No, no. Stop. - It's OK. I do it all the time.

102
No. I can't. I already got busted once.

103
A woman with a record.

104
- Please. - I like that.

105
Stop it.

106
- Dad's looking for you. - Tell him you didn't see me, brat.

107
- Five bucks. And two for "brat. " - No way.

108
He's getting closer. Don't make me raise it to ten.

109
Shut up.

110
I promise to make him take me on the Twister three times so you can get away.

111
- Nice doing business with you. - Yeah, yeah.

112
CooI. So you live in New York?

113
Yeah, I do now. I'm from Atlanta.

114
I moved up north when I was 11.

115
My dad moved here just a few years ago.

116
- Without you all? - Irreconcilable differences.

117
Think that's the phrase.

118
- He bailed. - Families suck.

119
I don't even live with mine. I stay at Marcus' usually.

120
You have to meet Marcus. Let's go.

121
- Hook me up! - Yeah!

122
That's him.

123
Thank you, everyone. Donations are accepted.

124
In fact, they're encouraged.

125
This is good, huh?

126
Good to have a little man time.

127
Ronnie never opens any of your letters.

128
Really?

129
Mom says it's because she has PMS.

130
Do you know what that is?

131
Dad, I'm not a little kid anymore.

132
Means "pissed at men syndrome. "

133
Yeah.

134
So, Will, you want to get out of here?

135
My parents are at some lame-o award thing with the governor.

136
They won't be home for hours.

137
- They must trust you. - Imagine that.

138
My man! She tell you the good news?

139
- Yeah. - Oh, my God.

140
Cassie wants us to pick up some beer on the way home, so we got to do that.

141
You know what, man? I'm gonna skip it.

142
No, no. Hello, hello. Eyes right here, buddy. No.

143
No skipping it tonight. Look. Listen to me. OK.

144
Will yes. Ashley yes.

145
Ashley yes. Cassie yes.

146
Cassie yes. Scott yes!

147
- Come on. Take one for team Scott. - Where you been, buddy?

148
- You guys don't hang out with us. - Get off him!

149
Get off him. I love you, Will. You're so butch.

150
Always looking out for your friend.

151
Come on. Dude, come on.

152
Hey, Ronnie?

153
Get me a drink?

154
Is there something wrong with your legs?

155
I'll get it for you.

156
I'm sorry. Are we boring you?

157
I just don't drink.

158
It's like a... "just say no" thing?

159
Because you could just say yes.

160
Stop it.

161
Don't ever touch me, ever again.

162
Sorry.

163
Jeez.

164
I'm going to bed.

165
Before I get completely grossed out, you should know I'm in here.

166
- Get out of my room! - This is our room.

167
OK? If you want to sleep in Dad's room, that's fine.

168
- Hey, Ron? - What?

169
Don't get mad, OK?

170
Can you just be a little nicer to Dad?

171
I just really don't want to lose him again.

172
Did you see his face when he saw you here?

173
He was so excited.

174
Jonah, you never lost Dad, OK?

175
You never lost him, and you never will. I promise.

176
- Ronnie, can I talk to you? - Sure.

177
- Where were you? - Out.

178
Well, it's almost 1:00, so...

179
You don't have to wait up for me. I'm not 12.

180
I wasn't worried about you when you were 12.

181
And now you are?

182
If you're gonna be here, you have to...

183
I don't want to be here, Dad.

184
That's just it.

185
I don't want to be here.

186
Is that not obvious? Do you not get that?

187
Yeah. Let's make the best of it, OK?

188
Are you gonna play?

189
Are you going to play? Because if you are, I'm sleeping outside.

190
- Hey, congratulations on Juilliard. - Why? I'm not going.

191
- That would be a mistake. - Well,

192
you and Mom would know about those.

193
- I've learned from the best. - That's enough!

194
Damn it, that's enough!

195
- It's OK, Jonah. - I'm sorry, Jonah. Go back to sleep.

196
I'll be there in a minute.

197
If you're pissed at me and you want to hurt me, fine, hurt me.

198
Be mad, be angry, but don't stop playing.

199
It's stupid, Ronnie.

200
It really is, and you're too talented.

201
Are we done?

202
Let's go, Ronnie!

203
- Thanks. - How about that?

204
Ronnie, hey.

205
It's a new day.

206
Look, let's start over. I got bacon here, got breakfast.

207
Vegetarian, Dad.

208
- Since when? - A year and a half.

209
Must have found a turtle's nest.

210
I'm not going near it. Must be sick or something if it's out in the daytime.

211
Sure is enjoying those eggs.

212
What? No, no, no, no!

213
No!

214
Oh, my God.

215
She's losing it, Dad.

216
Big time.

217
A sea turtle laid eggs.

218
The raccoons will eat them if I don't keep them away.

219
Really?

220
When a female lays her eggs, the raccoons smell them and...

221
They'll eat every one if they can.

222
This Web site told me to call the aquarium

223
and see if I could get someone to come here and protect them,

224
- but my battery's dead. - There's a number to the aquarium

225
on the wall by the phone. Honestly, I don't know how they'll improve on...

226
On that.

227
Hey! Veronica!

228
No, Ronnie, it's fantastic. I like it.

229
You're overreacting!

230
- Hey, Dad, can we fly a kite today? - Absolutely not.

231
We're flying three kites today. All of us.

232
You're dreaming, Dad.

233
Yeah. I'd like to report some sea turtle eggs outside of my house.

234
Sure.

235
- What? - You said "outside my house. "

236
I like that.

237
Did you go to, like, a nice guy schooI or something?

238
What's with all your smiling lately?

239
Seriously, it's creepy.

240
Is my...? Is my smile creepy?

241
Well, I don't know. Let's see it.

242
I'm doing it.

243
Kind of, but I think you need to show teeth.

244
My grandmother used to drive one of those.

245
- She did? - Yeah.

246
Barely.

247
Is that milkshake girI? You should go spill that soda on her.

248
Hey.

249
Hi. Nice look.

250
I almost didn't recognize you with your shirt on.

251
I'm sorry. I was stupid.

252
- Yeah. - It must have been the game.

253
I get a little... jacked up.

254
You know, I laid awake that night, just remembering it.

255
Felt like a jerk for hours.

256
I seriously doubt that happened.

257
You're wrong.

258
I'll see you around.

259
I hope so.

260
What should I call you when that happens?

261
- Ronnie. - Ronnie.

262
Bye, Ronnie.

263
Bye.

264
You know who her father is, right?

265
Yeah. So?

266
Just checking.

267
Hey, what's up? Did the aquarium call?

268
- I don't know. - Oh, crap.

269
Hey! Hey!

270
Hey!

271
Hey.

272
- What are you doing here? - What are you doing here?

273
- I asked you first. - I'm here to mark a turtle nest.

274
You work for the aquarium? I thought you were a mechanic.

275
- I don't work there. I volunteer there. - I called yesterday.

276
- Is everything OK? - No, everything's not OK.

277
- There were raccoons here all night. - Really?

278
- Where are they now? - I scared them away.

279
Yeah, I'm not surprised. I'm a little scared.

280
That's really funny.

281
You know, I'd like to see you sleep out here all night

282
while it's freezing with a baseball bat in your hand and raccoons terrorize you.

283
- You really slept out here all night? - No.

284
My hair looks like this all by itself.

285
I wasn't gonna mention the hair, but...

286
This all your creation?

287
- Do you have a problem with it? - Not really.

288
Other than the fact that when the eggs hatch,

289
turtles won't be able to get back to the sea, so... they'll starve and die.

290
Hey.

291
Blaze.

292
Blaze, what's wrong?

293
I saw how you looked at him. At Marcus? I saw you.

294
- What are you talking about? - I love him, OK?

295
- So stay away. - I am not interested...

296
You're Iying! I watched you flirt with him.

297
The guy's a creep. He was the one coming on to me.

298
Why would you want to be with someone like that anyways?

299
Excuse me.

300
- What? - I'm sorry. I have to check your purse.

301
Fine.

302
I did not take that.

303
I didn't take...

304
You're gonna have to come with me.

305
- Mom's gonna flip out. - Shut up. OK, Jonah?

306
Ronnie, don't talk to your brother like that.

307
- Where you going? - Home. Where do you think I'm going?

308
I'm calling Mom.

309
Let her go! Just let her go!

310
We had a really nice day, and you had to ruin it!

311
Let her go! Let her. Make her leave us alone!

312
How do you want me to respond, Ronnie?

313
- You want me to tell you it's OK...? - I want you to believe me.

314
But obviously, you can't do that.

315
I did it in New York.

316
I stole something.

317
And I don't need you to tell me that it's wrong, because I know that.

318
But I didn't do it here.

319
The store owner is a friend of mine.

320
I'll talk to him.

321
OK?

322
Evening.

323
Anna Karenina.

324
"Happy families are all alike.

325
Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. "

326
Is quoting Tolstoy supposed to impress me?

327
I wasn't quoting Tolstoy. I was quoting his translator.

328
But since you asked...

329
Are you moving in?

330
Hey, If I want to get some sleep, I need something to scare off the raccoons.

331
They don't like bright lights or music.

332
You're planning to sleep here?

333
Well, the truth is the town sort of got together

334
and decided we couldn't take another one of your bad hair days.

335
Oh, really.

336
So the word is you're from New York.

337
It's a small town, people talk.

338
I got accepted to Columbia in the fall. Who knows? We might be neighbors.

339
So, what are you doing down here?

340
My mom shipped me and my brother to my dad's for the summer.

341
Guess so I could baby-sit turtle eggs

342
while a volleyball playerlaquarium volunteer hits on me every five seconds.

343
Now, who's conceited?

344
Since we're on the subject,

345
I'm not hitting on you.

346
Seriously, I'm engaged to be married.

347
What's the matter with you?!

348
I'm sorry.

349
This doesn't look good.

350
You're not OK with this, are you?

351
Then we'd better maintain visuaI contact.

352
Good evening.

353
Hello, sir.

354
Hey.

355
You mind?

356
No.

357
Yes, sir. I understand, sir.

358
- Hello. - Don't "hello" me.

359
I need your name, soldier.

360
I'm Will.

361
- You are? - I'm her roommate.

362
The commanding officer sent me out with rations.

363
But unfortunately, it's vegetarian.

364
So, personally, I'd rather eat sand.

365
Thanks for the tip, bro.

366
Hey.

367
I'd better get going. I'm supposed to be at the aquarium.

368
Me too.

369
Not hard-to-get again.

370
Seriously, Ronnie. You read Tolstoy.

371
You take up arms to defend innocent sea turtles.

372
The ice-cube act's not working.

373
Let's try it again.

374
Last night was fun.

375
- Best first date of my life. - It was not a date.

376
We could make it one, if you don't mind coming to work with me.

377
- It's kind of cooI, huh? - It's incredible.

378
- So big. - Try cleaning it.

379
It must be pretty cooI, swimming with all the fish.

380
- You should see it from in here. - Maybe I will someday.

381
Yeah.

382
Give me a hand up?

383
I'm gonna kill you!

384
Dude!

385
- Where you been? - I'm sorry, man. She's such a klutz.

386
- She fell in the tank five times. - That is not true!

387
- Ronnie, Scott. - Hi.

388
We got the tournament coming up. Let's go.

389
- Want to grab me a water? - Fine. I'll be back in a minute.

390
Wet hair?

391
Let me guess. He took you to the aquarium

392
and did his whole underwater fish-man show for you.

393
Were you impressed?

394
- Do I know you? - I'm a friend of Will's.

395
But, you know, Will has lots of friends.

396
He makes us all feeI speciaI. For a little while.

397
Bitch.

398
There you go.

399
OK. Spread it out a little. Good job! Excellent.

400
- I didn't burn a hole through it. - No, you didn't.

401
Hey, Dad.

402
Do you and Mom ever talk about getting back together?

403
Jonah, your mom's about to get married.

404
So? You have dibs. You married her first.

405
Yes, I did. And it was a good marriage.

406
It was. It lasted a long, long time.

407
We have two great kids out of it.

408
It's just... You know, love's not always...

409
That's not always enough. It's probably...

410
...hard to understand.

411
What has one eye, speaks French and really loves cookies?

412
Are you talking... Are you talking about love?

413
OK, OK. Cookies. Very good.

414
I changed the subject to cookies. Is that cooI?

415
Yeah. I'll get them.

416
Is everything OK?

417
Hey. You never came back for me.

418
Ronnie?

419
- Just go away! OK? - What's wrong?

420
Go away!

421
Ronnie, what happened? Ronnie!

422
I'm sorry, sir. Could you tell me what's going on?

423
That would require my understanding how the female brain works,

424
which I don't, but if you'd like to come in and be clueless together,

425
you're more than welcome.

426
- That's OK. I'll just wait out here. - Yeah.

427
How long you think he'll stay?

428
- Why don't you go ask him? - He's not my boyfriend, he's hers.

429
He's not my boyfriend, either.

430
Do you think he'll stay out there all night?

431
That's hard to say.

432
- A dollar says he is. - A dollar?

433
OK, you're on. Let's make it interesting. Two dollars.

434
Two bucks. He's not staying there.

435
What if he stays out there forever? What if he never leaves and then dies?

436
Yeah, and his corpse is eaten by a bunch of raccoons.

437
And then he still doesn't leave, 'cause that's how powerfuI his love is.

438
What is wrong with you two?

439
Turtles. Turtles eat his corpse.

440
You need to leave. You're freaking out my little brother.

441
Not untiI you tell me what happened. Was it Ashley?

442
I saw you talking to her. What did she say?

443
- Just leave, all right? - Tell me what she said to you.

444
Will, I did not come here for some stupid summer romance

445
with some stupid locaI boy

446
that has done this with a thousand other girls.

447
- What? - Ashley told me about

448
all the girls you've been with.

449
So I don't want to be just the next girI

450
in your little parade of girls, Will.

451
Going on the same date, doing the exact same thing.

452
I think that's why it would just be better if we just end it.

453
End it?

454
End what?

455
Ronnie, yes, OK, I went out with other girls before I met you.

456
That's the point. It was before I met you! How can you be mad about that?

457
Don't you dare make this about me. You and I both know this is not my fault...

458
You're not like the other girls.

459
What just happened?

460
- Your sister just got kissed. - Dad!

461
- Well, you did. Look at her. - No!

462
- Jonah! Look at that face. - Dad!

463
Your sister... Hey! Let's write a song about being kissed!

464
- I'm going to be sick. - Ronnie got kissed

465
- Stop it! - OK, OK.

466
- Are you OK? - Yes, yes, but...

467
What?

468
Wow.

469
- I'm going to sleep. - It's still there.

470
- I hate you. - Wow.

471
Stop!

472
Put me down!

473
I can't believe you're carving our name into the tree.

474
- What's your middle initiaI? - I'm not telling you.

475
This is really lame.

476
- "L." - "L... "

477
And make it look nice.

478
- I like this song. - OK.

479
Man, wow.

480
You can really sing.

481
Is there anything else I don't know about you?

482
No!

483
Just go with it. We got it.

484
No!

485
No!

486
- Where are we going? - Just a little shortcut. Trust me.

487
- How's it going out there? - Oh, yeah.

488
You know, it's getting kind of dark.

489
This is usually the part where the guy with the chainsaw

490
comes out from behind the trees and hacks us to pieces.

491
Could you just give it some gas, please?

492
OK, a little harder.

493
OK, OK!

494
- No, please! No, no. - Where are you going? Come here.

495
I'm gonna get you.

496
Come back over here!

497
Where did you go?

498
Will, I'm serious.

499
Will, I am not meeting your family for the first time looking like this.

500
It's fine. They're not home.

501
Besides, I'm not taking you to the movies like that.

502
Got a reputation to maintain.

503
Wow.

504
- Hello? - Hey, George.

505
- Hello, Will. - What are we doing?

506
Who's George?

507
Will, where are we? Graceland?

508
Wait. Do you work here too?

509
This is your house? You live here?

510
You're rich?

511
Will, you told me that your dad owned a brake shop!

512
He does. He just happens to own 300 more just like it.

513
- No, no, I am not going in there. - Yes, you are.

514
Not looking like this! What if somebody sees me?

515
- Let go. - Nope.

516
- Let go. - You let go!

517
- Why didn't you tell me? - What difference does it make?

518
Hello.

519
Mom. I thought you and Dad were going out.

520
We decided to come back early.

521
This is Ronnie.

522
Hi.

523
Perhaps you should hose off in back.

524
It's cold.

525
Here, do my hair.

526
Go.

527
These are Will's sister's.

528
They should fit you.

529
Thank you, ma'am.

530
Here, turn around.

531
Cold!

532
It's a family tradition. Both my parents went to college at Vanderbilt.

533
Tom and I actually met there. Didn't we, Tom?

534
And now, our William will go there as well.

535
- Where will you be going, Ronnie? - I'm not...

536
...going anywhere.

537
I mean, I don't really have anywhere planned for me, or...

538
I just haven't figured out the whole college thing yet.

539
But...

540
Will, pass Ronnie some roast beef.

541
- No, thank you. - I told you, Ronnie's a vegetarian.

542
- Really? - Yeah.

543
- Why? - Just reasons.

544
I mean, it's not that I don't like people that like meat.

545
I mean, they're fine. Just that...

546
- How you been, Dad? - Oh, I been good. Good.

547
You know, I was going through some of Mikey's stuff the other day.

548
- And if you have time... - That's enough, Tom.

549
Well, she's a lot prettier than you described her, Will.

550
Thank you, Dad.

551
You bringing her to the wedding?

552
He didn't tell you? His sister's getting married in a couple of weeks.

553
No, I don't think you did mention that, Will.

554
- Would you like to come? - Will?

555
Your sister told me that you were bringing Ashley.

556
I sent out her invitation just yesterday.

557
- Ronnie, this is silly. - Drop it, Will.

558
I can't drop it. You're mad.

559
- I'm not mad. - You're mad.

560
I'm not! You want to go to your sister's wedding with your ex-girlfriend,

561
- it's not a big deaI. - Not as a date.

562
She's a friend of my sister's. I said it was OK if she came.

563
Honestly, it's not a big deaI because I don't want to go

564
to some wedding where I don't know anybody.

565
- Ronnie... - And you just forgot to mention

566
you're going to Vanderbilt. You told me you're going to Columbia.

567
No, I didn't. I told you I was accepted to Columbia.

568
Ronnie, it's complicated, OK? My parents are...

569
- Not a good time to disappoint them. - What's complicated? It's your life.

570
- Go to the college that you want to. - It's not that simple.

571
Look, we don't have to do this.

572
- What do you mean? - Maybe you should find someone

573
that's more suited to your lifestyle. You know, with her own rich parents,

574
- her own perfect mansion... - Ronnie,

575
there is nothing perfect about that house.

576
Can you not see that? My parents are holding on by a thread.

577
Perfect? Nothing's been perfect in my family for a long time.

578
I had a brother. Mikey.

579
He died last year.

580
How?

581
Car accident.

582
My mom was driving.

583
Mikey and I were in the back seat, goofing off, playing Mercy.

584
We were being idiots.

585
She turned around to tell us to stop,

586
and she lost controI of the car.

587
He was killed instantly.

588
It's just so hard to feeI happy in that house.

589
It's the only reason I didn't invite you to the wedding.

590
I went out with those girls because I was

591
trying to feeI something again.

592
No one has made me feeI like you do, Ronnie.

593
I don't want to lose you.

594
I love you, Will.

595
I love you too.

596
And, since you asked...

597
...there is something that you don't know about me.

598
Come here.

599
What are we doing here?

600
Hey. Did you have a good time?

601
What?

602
I played today.

603
That's...

604
That's good. How did it feeI?

605
Like I never stopped.

606
Dad...

607
I'd probably talk about this with a girlfriend if I had one here, but...

608
...I don't, so...

609
So you want to talk? You want to talk?

610
Here we go. Let's talk.

611
Yeah?

612
So you... you like this guy?

613
You like him... You like him a lot?

614
I like him more than a lot.

615
- Really? - Is that crazy?

616
Well, a little, but...

617
...love is, Ronnie.

618
Crazy... a little.

619
Thank you.

620
Good night, Dad.

621
Dad!

622
- Hey! - There she is.

623
Look, a shoplifter and an arsonist.

624
I'm sorry. Did you not know about your dad and the church?

625
- Hey! Hi. - Hey, Jonah.

626
- This is so cooI. - It is cooI.

627
- Hey, honey. - Hey, Dad.

628
OK.

629
What's up?

630
Keep your head in the game, brother. Got it?

631
Yeah!

632
Good game, man.

633
Yeah!

634
Here you go.

635
Come on. Open it!

636
Dad!

637
Dad, you're right. I got invited to the wedding.

638
- That's great, and... - Thank you.

639
Since I know you have nothing to wear

640
to a fancy Blakelee mansion to-do...

641
- I wasn't gonna ask you. - Forget it.

642
Besides, I never got a chance to get you a prom dress.

643
- Not that you went. - No.

644
Why do you come here so much?

645
I spent half my childhood in this building.

646
I loved it here. I still do.

647
Then why do people say you burned it down?

648
- You heard that? - Is it true?

649
Yes.

650
I was the last one in here that night.

651
I'd come in here to play the piano.

652
The next thing I remember is waking up across the street

653
after the firemen had carried me out.

654
- How did it start? - I...

655
Just stupid. There were some candles burning, I had fallen asleep, and...

656
- Dad. - I might have been a little confused.

657
I was taking medicine that my doctor had given me...

658
- Medicine? What doctor? - Ronnie, it's OK.

659
It's OK now. I'm fine.

660
This was last year. I'm fine.

661
- You're OK? - Yes.

662
OK.

663
He thinks that he did it.

664
My dad thinks that he's the one that burned down the church.

665
I'm sure he didn't do it.

666
It's just... just people talking.

667
Can we talk?

668
What's up?

669
- What's up, Will? - You got to come clean about the fire.

670
You didn't just say that.

671
Her father thinks he did it. People in town think he did it. You know that.

672
How long you known this girI?

673
You've known me your entire life.

674
And you know that, if you say anything

675
to anybody about that night, my life is over.

676
They'll say it was arson, Will, and you know that.

677
I'm going back to work.

678
Just let it go, all right?

679
I just want my money, OK?

680
I don't have it, Marcus, and you know that.

681
- Just get it. Just get it. OK? - Please.

682
- Hey! - I'll get it.

683
Excuse me! Excuse me. We're talking over here, OK?

684
- Blaze, are you OK? - I said get the hell out of here!

685
- Blaze! - Just go away!

686
Marcus! Stop!

687
I'm not running a damn homeless shelter!

688
- Don't go! - I want my money.

689
- Don't go. Stop! - Get off the car!

690
- Off the car! - Don't leave me!

691
- I have nowhere else to live! - Shut up!

692
Don't go!

693
Great! Great! Do you see what you did?

694
Are you happy now? God!

695
- You don't deserve that, Blaze. - You don't know me, OK?

696
You don't know anything. You just don't get it.

697
Dad says lunch is ready.

698
I can't eat. I got to find something to wear to the wedding.

699
What happened to the money Dad gave you?

700
If you tell him, I kill you, OK?

701
I was on my way to buy the dress and... I gave the money away.

702
What?!

703
Don't worry about it.

704
Wow, you may be older, but I am so much smarter than you.

705
- Where did you get all that? - Where to begin...

706
This is for when I told Dad I didn't see you at the festivaI.

707
This is what I won playing liar's poker.

708
Remember when you snuck in past curfew in New York?

709
That's for that. This is for the guy with the tattoo...

710
OK, that's enough. I get it.

711
I can't take your life savings.

712
Knowing you, there's a lot more where that came from.

713
And besides, I like Will.

714
I don't want him breaking up with you 'cause you look crappy at a wedding.

715
Thank you.

716
- I don't think he'll like it. - I like it.

717
- You can't wear that to a wedding! - I like it!

718
- Save me some cake, man. - Yeah.

719
Yo.

720
Hey, no funny business.

721
I don't think you can actually try funny business at a wedding, sir.

722
You can definitely try funny business at a wedding.

723
- I've done it. - I see.

724
Kind of makes this a mixed message, then.

725
- Hands off, OK? - Yes, sir.

726
Ronnie.

727
Do I look all right?

728
Yeah.

729
Do you, Philip Louis, take this woman, Megan Blakelee,

730
to be your lawfully wedded wife as long as you both shall live?

731
- I do. - You may now kiss the bride.

732
- Hey, Blaze. - Hey.

733
Look, I...

734
I didn't deserve it, what you did the other day, but... thank you.

735
- It's OK. - I broke up with him.

736
Marcus. You're right, he's totally a jerk.

737
- And I moved out. - Good for you.

738
Yeah.

739
OK, well, I should get back to work.

740
I'll see you around then, OK?

741
Thank you.

742
- You're a good dancer. - And you're a liar.

743
- You're also the prettiest one here. - And now I know you're Iying.

744
Get away from me, Marcus! I mean it!

745
- You think you can just leave? - Yes! We're done!

746
Look, I got your note. I didn't like it.

747
We're done when I say we're done.

748
Marcus, what are you doing here?

749
- Hey, just stay out of this, rich boy. - I want you to leave.

750
- Will? Who are these people? - I got it.

751
- I'm not gonna ask you again. - You people.

752
You people just think you're so much better than me.

753
- Blaze, walk away from him. - No, no, no. You stay.

754
This is his sister's wedding, for God's sake.

755
You're leaving. Get out of here.

756
Suit yourself then.

757
- Hey! Get in your truck! - What?

758
- How about now? - All right, man, all right.

759
I changed my mind.

760
I don't want her. I want her.

761
She seems like she'd be pretty fun to have around for the summer.

762
- Huh, William? - Oh, yeah? Oh, yeah?!

763
- Will! - Ronnie!

764
Will! Will!

765
That's enough! Get up!

766
Will...

767
Just take the girI home.

768
Both of them. Just clear out.

769
- Well, that was fun. - Yeah.

770
Think I finally won your mom over!

771
Hey, guys! Dad thinks the turtles are gonna hatch tonight. Come on!

772
- All right, let's go. - We don't want to miss it!

773
- Get out here! - We're coming!

774
- Jeez, you guys are a mess! - Thanks.

775
- What did he say? - Come on!

776
- Oh, my God. - Look at them.

777
- BeautifuI. - So cooI.

778
- They're amazing. - They're awesome!

779
- Why are you doing that? - To help them get to the sea.

780
- I'm gonna get another light. - OK.

781
- I want one. - I can't believe that we saved them.

782
Daddy!

783
Call 911. Daddy!

784
I'm gonna need a rush on this.

785
Hey.

786
You should go home and change. You'll scare the nurses.

787
What you said before... are you sure?

788
We'll make him as comfortable as we can,

789
but the cancer has spread to his lungs.

790
- How long? - It's hard to know.

791
But we're not gonna quit, OK?

792
I want to tell you something.

793
When your father realized how serious his condition was

794
a couple months ago,

795
he asked that we cut back on his medication.

796
Why?

797
Because he wanted to be here.

798
Really be here with you and your brother.

799
That's what he said.

800
Well, this wasn't on the calendar.

801
- Ronnie... - You lied to me, Dad.

802
- I didn't lie. - Yes, you did, Dad.

803
You said you were fine. You're not fine! That was a lie!

804
I hoped.

805
I didn't lie. It's not the same thing.

806
- It's all right to be angry. - Good.

807
Is this why you brought me here this summer?

808
Is it? So you wouldn't have to be alone while...

809
Why didn't you tell us?

810
It's not what I wanted this time to be about.

811
- Well, it is now, Daddy! - No, it's not.

812
It's just another...

813
...part of a terrific summer.

814
Not one of the better parts, I admit.

815
- Love you. - Sweetie, I love you too.

816
Come here.

817
I love you, Daddy.

818
You want some cookies, bro?

819
Why won't anyone tell me what's going on?

820
Jonah, I think Ronnie and your dad will talk to you as soon as they can.

821
Why don't you tell me now?

822
Well, it's complicated.

823
Can I come and see him yet?

824
Yeah. He's waiting for you.

825
Come on.

826
He's never gonna get to see him grow up.

827
Jonah!

828
- Dang it! - What are you doing?

829
- I can't reach it! - Get down from there!

830
- Get away! - What happened to you?

831
- Just get away! - Get down!

832
- Hey, hey! - Get away!

833
- Hey, what's going on? - Stay away! I can do it!

834
Me and Dad have been working on this all summer!

835
Me and Dad. Not you.

836
All you cared about was the stupid turtles

837
and your stupid boyfriend! I was with him every day!

838
And now... Dang it!

839
Now I can't reach things,

840
and I need to finish this so Dad will get better!

841
- We'll help you. - You don't know how!

842
Will you show us?

843
Yeah.

844
- That's good, right? - Yeah.

845
What?

846
Ronnie, I need you to take me home.

847
OK.

848
We just have to stop here for a second.

849
We finished it.

850
Of course, I had to train an assistant, but we did it.

851
You did good, Joe-boy. Really.

852
Please.

853
OK.

854
We were behind the church, sir.

855
We were just goofing around and drinking... and stuff.

856
And then Marcus and his guys showed up.

857
And that's when Will left.

858
And... then we started...

859
We started playing around with...

860
- Fire? - Yeah.

861
We should have told you sooner, sir.

862
That's my fault.

863
Will wanted to tell the police right away, and I begged him not to.

864
But we're gonna go right after we're done here.

865
No, don't do that.

866
People think it was you, sir.

867
Yeah... they do.

868
They will. So what?

869
It's... It's fine. Really.

870
I don't want you to do that, OK? This stays between us.

871
Thank you, sir.

872
- OK? - Thank you.

873
Wait.

874
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait!

875
- Ronnie! - You were there?

876
- I wanted to tell you. - You saw what it did to him.

877
I know! I tried to get Scott to fess up.

878
Why didn't you say something?

879
It's not that simple. It wasn't about me! Scott's a good guy.

880
I don't care, Will! You knew how guilty my dad felt,

881
and you let him feeI that way!

882
Just go off to that college that your parents have picked out for you.

883
Go find some other girI that makes you feeI alive for five minutes!

884
- One that can stand to be near you. - Stop.

885
Don't touch me. Will!

886
Don't touch me!

887
You're a coward, Will.

888
You're a coward, and you're a liar.

889
And I don't trust you.

890
I don't want you near me.

891
And I don't want you near my dad.

892
Go.

893
Go.

894
- I love you. - I love you too.

895
I love you too.

896
Are you packed?

897
I'm not going with you, Mom.

898
I'm gonna stay here with Dad.

899
He's gonna get worse.

900
A lot worse. And in a few weeks, he...

901
- I don't care. - Honey.

902
Your dad doesn't want you guys to see him like this.

903
AII I did all summer was fight with him.

904
- I was so mean to him. - No, no, baby.

905
I promise you,

906
it meant the world to him to have you here.

907
Look, Mom. I'm gonna stay.

908
Hey, buddy. You OK?

909
Are you gonna say goodbye? I really don't want to hear it.

910
Good, 'cause I'm not gonna say it.

911
I'm not gonna say goodbye, because I'm not going anywhere.

912
OK?

913
Come here.

914
Every time a light shines through that window we built...

915
...or any window at all...

916
...that's me, OK?

917
I'm not going away.

918
Dear Ronnie, I miss the hours we spent together at the piano.

919
I miss being your teacher.

920
I know you see me as having left you,

921
but when your mother and I split up, I was in a lot of pain.

922
I just needed to come home.

923
I regret moving away from you and Jonah more than anything.

924
I hope you'll forgive me.

925
Your mom tells me you completely failed your SATs,

926
but I know how smart you have to be to get every single question wrong.

927
Congratulations, Ronnie.

928
I've told you before that none of what happened between your mother and me

929
had anything to do with you or Jonah.

930
Love is fragile, Ronnie.

931
And we're not always its best caretakers.

932
We just muddle through and do the best we can

933
and hope this fragile thing survives,

934
against all odds.

935
He's probably started college by now.

936
Do you miss him?

937
What he did was wrong, Dad.

938
Yeah.

939
It was.

940
I can tell you this:

941
- He misses you. - I doubt it.

942
You don't even know who you are, Ronnie.

943
Who am I?

944
You are the kindest, sweetest...

945
...most beautifuI daughter in the whole world.

946
Thank you, but you're kind of obligated to say that, Dad.

947
Yeah, it is in the handbook.

948
I don't have too many lectures left on my timecard,

949
so I really want you to hear this, OK?

950
Someday, you are gonna open your heart,

951
and you're gonna play again.

952
And it's not gonna be to make your mother happy.

953
And it's not gonna be to make me happy.

954
It'll be for you.

955
Because... music and...

956
...love...

957
...they're gonna bring you joy.

958
Thank you.

959
How's that song coming, lazy bones?

960
Well, I'm not sure...

961
...I can finish it.

962
My hands.

963
Do they hurt, Dad?

964
Yeah.

965
They do.

966
You OK?

967
I can't do it, Mom.

968
Look, you have a right to shut down.

969
Just, please, don't push me away.

970
It's what I do, Mom.

971
I push people away.

972
I pushed Will away too.

973
We're not perfect. Any of us.

974
We make mistakes, we screw up,

975
but then we forgive and we move forward.

976
Honey, at least you have the courage to feeI.

977
You feeI everything so deeply.

978
You're your father's daughter.

979
OK.

980
Thank you all for coming.

981
A lot of you have known my dad since he was a kid.

982
I wrote a speech.

983
A few, actually.

984
Me and my dad, we had a different language.

985
A love that we always shared.

986
And I know that...

987
That's the one that he'd want me to share with all of you guys today.

988
Hi, Daddy.

989
Ronnie, I'm really sorry for your loss.

990
Hey.

991
Look, thank you for everything.

992
- Thank you for coming. - Of course.

993
I really appreciate everything you did, though.

994
Thank you.

995
Hey.

996
It was beautifuI, what you played.

997
It was Dad's.

998
- I finished it for him. - I know he liked it.

999
Thank you for coming, Will. It meant so much to me.

1000
Ronnie, I have someone I'd like for you to meet.

1001
I want to introduce you to Tommy Hampton.

1002
He taught your father...

1003
Ronnie, I'm so sorry about everything.

1004
I'm sorry, too.

1005
People make mistakes, Will.

1006
Even the people that we love.

1007
I've decided to go to Juilliard.

1008
Yeah, I heard. That's great news.

1009
How's Vanderbilt?

1010
It's a really good schooI.

1011
Yeah. I'm not sure it's for me, though.

1012
- What do you mean? - I'm thinking of maybe transferring

1013
to Columbia next semester.

1014
So the girI I love can watch me make a few more mistakes.

1015
What do you think about that?

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