1- It’s not let’s, um, go again and try it a little faster.
Okay, for real this time. Let’s go.
It doesn’t matter what people say
It sounded fine the first time.
Okay, but “fine” is not going to win us the scholarship.
Okay, it’s gotta be right.
And I’m not gonna give up until I nail it.
It’ll drive me nuts.
It doesn’t matter it doesn’t matter
It doesn’t matter how long it takes
Believe in yourself and you’ll fly high.
What? You did what?
She got accepted, Simon.
Out of all the applicants in America,
our Terri got in.
You mean she’s been there this whole time?
Did you hear me? You you lied to me?
Did you hear? Our daughter… You and Nina?
got into the best music school in the country.
All of you lied to me. All of you.
But Terri wanted to go.
Paul wanted her to go.
Terri’s singing again. Why doesn’t this matter to you?
What in God’s name is wrong with you, Frances?
What’s wrong with me?
We just lost our son.
We were losing the only child we have left.
I’m not gonna let that happen.
That’s my point.
She’s just a child. She’s our child.
And how can I protect her if she’s not here?
I want her home.
I want her home now.
Will you shut up in here?!
You are the loudest, noisiest, rudest jerk on the planet!
Oh, ow! Sorry.
Thank you and welcome.
Well, it’s time to bring things to a close.
It’s been great fun and we have even more in store for you.
Today we have a full slate of final performances.
And some of our performers will be backed up by members
of the Bristol Hillman House Band.
Oh my God!
What? I don’t have Paul’s necklace.
No, I can’t do this without him.
Terri? Terri, wait. No, uh, don’t worry. I’ll be back.
And give a hand to our first performer, Miss Robin Childers.
All right! Yeah!
Let your body move on the dance floor
Feel the rhythm as your body gets warm…
Dad? Pack your things, Terri.
Let’s go home. Daddy, no!
Not a word, Theresa. Just do it.
Your mother’s waiting downstairs.
Just as you head is spinning
As you slowly start to lose control.
Thank you. Great performance!
Our next performer is Mr. Engelbert Wilson.
Come on out, boy!
Did you hear what I said? Pack your things.
Dad, you know what? You did this to Paul and now you’re doing this to me.
Don’t you dare bring Paul into this.
Okay, well, I’m not gonna let you hold me back.
You lied to me, Terri. And I’m sorry about that.
But I did what I had to do.
Okay, you don’t listen to anybody, and we’re all afraid of you.
She doesn’t even know!
She wants the creature from outer space
Time is running out.
this place is the scariest, hardest
best thing that has ever happened to me,
no matter how I got here.
We’ll discuss it at home.
I’m not leaving.
Okay, I did this
and I did this for me and I’m gonna finish it for me.
You can take me home if you want to, Dad.
But I’m performing any minute now,
and it would mean the world to me if you and Mom were there to support me.
I worked so hard here.
And I’m really good.
I want you to hear me.
Please, let me stay.
All right, Denise! Yes!
Yes, that was wonderful, Denise.
Nice job, Denise! Thanks.
You were great, girl!
And now last, but not least,
Theresa Fletcher and Jay Corgan.
Ladies and gentlemen, I’m sorry to announce
Ladies and gentlemen, it is my sincere pleasure
to present to you the distinctive vocal stylings of the one,
the only, Terri Fletcher!
this song Jay and I wrote together,
and, um, I would like to dedicate it
to my brother, Paul Fletcher.
I found myself today
Oh I found myself and ran away
But something pulled me back
The voice of reason, I forgot I had
All I know is you’re not here to say
What you always used to say
But it’s written in the sky tonight
So I won’t give up
No, I won’t break down
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