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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,446 --> 00:00:14,824 ♪ I BET WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER ♪ 2 00:00:14,848 --> 00:00:17,961 ♪ FOR A MILLION YEARS ♪ 3 00:00:17,985 --> 00:00:20,397 ♪ AND I BET WE'LL BE TOGETHER ♪ 4 00:00:20,421 --> 00:00:23,433 ♪ FOR A MILLION MORE ♪ 5 00:00:23,457 --> 00:00:26,269 ♪ OH, IT'S LIKE I STARTED BREATHING ♪ 6 00:00:26,293 --> 00:00:29,172 ♪ ON THE NIGHT WE KISSED ♪ 7 00:00:29,196 --> 00:00:30,840 ♪ AND I CAN'T REMEMBER ♪ 8 00:00:30,864 --> 00:00:34,310 ♪ WHAT I EVER DID BEFORE ♪ 9 00:00:34,334 --> 00:00:37,280 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 10 00:00:37,304 --> 00:00:40,016 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 11 00:00:40,040 --> 00:00:42,685 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 12 00:00:42,709 --> 00:00:45,955 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 13 00:00:45,979 --> 00:00:47,890 ♪ AND THERE AIN'T NO NOTHING ♪ 14 00:00:47,914 --> 00:00:51,527 ♪ WE CAN'T LOVE EACH OTHER THROUGH ♪ 15 00:00:51,551 --> 00:00:54,297 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 16 00:00:54,321 --> 00:00:57,134 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 17 00:00:57,158 --> 00:01:00,091 ♪ SHA LA LA LA ♪ 18 00:01:04,165 --> 00:01:05,975 ELYSE, LOOK AT THIS. 19 00:01:05,999 --> 00:01:09,078 IT'S A PICTURE ANDY DREW AND LEFT ON MY DESK. 20 00:01:09,102 --> 00:01:10,480 WHAT IS IT? 21 00:01:10,504 --> 00:01:13,283 IT'S A PICTURE OF ANDY HUGGING A DOG. 22 00:01:13,307 --> 00:01:15,285 HE REALLY WANTS A DOG, DOESN'T HE? 23 00:01:15,309 --> 00:01:17,621 BUT HE KNOWS. WE TALKED ABOUT THIS. 24 00:01:17,645 --> 00:01:19,122 NO DOG. 25 00:01:19,146 --> 00:01:20,624 WHAT'S THAT? 26 00:01:20,648 --> 00:01:23,548 THAT'S A PICTURE OF ME PAYING FOR THE DOG. 27 00:01:25,285 --> 00:01:27,330 STEVEN, WE'VE GOT TO STAND TOUGH ON THIS. 28 00:01:27,354 --> 00:01:29,132 WE CANNOT HAVE A DOG IN THE HOUSE. 29 00:01:29,156 --> 00:01:30,967 MALLORY'S ALLERGIC TO DOGS. 30 00:01:30,991 --> 00:01:32,202 WHAT'S THAT? 31 00:01:32,226 --> 00:01:34,593 IT'S A PICTURE OF MALLORY LEAVING HOME. 32 00:01:37,364 --> 00:01:39,142 ARF! ARF! ARF! ARF! 33 00:01:39,166 --> 00:01:40,644 ANDY, ANDY, DOWN, BOY! DOWN, BOY! 34 00:01:40,668 --> 00:01:41,711 ARF! 35 00:01:41,735 --> 00:01:43,646 GOOD BOY. 36 00:01:46,740 --> 00:01:48,718 HE'S BEEN BARKING ALL DAY, DAD. 37 00:01:48,742 --> 00:01:51,821 HE SAYS THE ONLY WAY HE'LL STOP IS IF YOU BUY HIM A DOG. 38 00:01:51,845 --> 00:01:54,523 WE'VE BEEN THROUGH THIS A MILLION TIMES. 39 00:01:54,547 --> 00:01:57,594 NO DOGS, NO PETS, PERIOD. 40 00:01:57,618 --> 00:01:58,695 GRRR! 41 00:01:58,719 --> 00:02:00,585 AAH! OW! 42 00:02:02,123 --> 00:02:06,436 UM... WELL, UH, MAYBE, UH, ONE PET. 43 00:02:06,460 --> 00:02:08,571 YAY! 44 00:02:08,595 --> 00:02:10,272 ALEX, DID YOU GET EVERYTHING I NEEDED? 45 00:02:10,296 --> 00:02:12,275 OH, YOU BET, MAL. IT'S ALL IN THE BAG. 46 00:02:12,299 --> 00:02:13,643 WHAT'S GOING ON? 47 00:02:13,667 --> 00:02:15,612 MY POETRY READING GROUP IS MEETING HERE TONIGHT, 48 00:02:15,636 --> 00:02:18,615 AND I FORGOT TO BUY THEM SOMETHING SOPHISTICATED TO EAT. 49 00:02:18,639 --> 00:02:20,959 SO ALEX VOLUNTEERED TO BUY SOME CROISSANTS. 50 00:02:22,643 --> 00:02:24,621 ALEX, THESE AREN'T CROISSANTS. 51 00:02:24,645 --> 00:02:26,277 THESE ARE POP-TARTS. 52 00:02:27,681 --> 00:02:28,791 I KNOW. 53 00:02:28,815 --> 00:02:31,628 I DON'T LIKE CROISSANTS. 54 00:02:31,652 --> 00:02:34,664 I CAN'T SERVE POP-TARTS TO MY POETRY READING GROUP. 55 00:02:34,688 --> 00:02:37,133 COLIN SPENCER WILL THINK I'M REALLY DUMB. 56 00:02:37,157 --> 00:02:40,092 SORRY. I DIDN'T MEAN TO BLOW YOUR COVER. 57 00:02:42,996 --> 00:02:44,541 WHO'S COLIN SPENCER? 58 00:02:44,565 --> 00:02:46,876 HE'S A GRADUATE STUDENT IN ENGLISH LITERATURE. 59 00:02:46,900 --> 00:02:48,644 HE'S THE LEADER OF THE POETRY GROUP. 60 00:02:48,668 --> 00:02:52,648 THEY HAVE GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AT GRANT COLLEGE? 61 00:02:52,672 --> 00:02:56,219 WELL, WHAT'S HE WRITING HIS THESIS ON, "MY TRIP TO THE DAIRY"? 62 00:02:56,243 --> 00:02:57,654 ALEX, FOR YOUR INFORMATION, 63 00:02:57,678 --> 00:02:59,189 COLIN HAPPENS TO BE A SOPHISTICATED 64 00:02:59,213 --> 00:03:01,858 AND CHARMING WORLD TRAVELER. 65 00:03:01,882 --> 00:03:05,484 HE'S LIVED IN PARIS, ROME, CINCINNATI. 66 00:03:07,621 --> 00:03:08,887 OH, GREAT. 67 00:03:10,324 --> 00:03:11,301 HI, MALLORY. 68 00:03:11,325 --> 00:03:13,736 HI. UH, MOM, DAD, THIS IS COLIN SPENCER. 69 00:03:13,760 --> 00:03:14,970 HELLO. HELLO. NICE TO MEET YOU. 70 00:03:14,994 --> 00:03:16,306 IT'S A PLEASURE MEETING YOU, COLIN. 71 00:03:16,330 --> 00:03:17,973 MALLORY'S TOLD US SOME WONDERFUL THINGS ABOUT YOU. 72 00:03:17,997 --> 00:03:20,310 WELL, I CAN'T SAY ENOUGH ABOUT YOUR DAUGHTER. 73 00:03:20,334 --> 00:03:22,979 SHE MAKES EVERY POETRY READING SUCH A JOY. 74 00:03:23,003 --> 00:03:24,713 YOU KNOW, EVEN THOUGH I'VE ONLY KNOWN HER FOR A SHORT WHILE, 75 00:03:24,737 --> 00:03:26,983 I CAN HONESTLY SAY SHE'S THE BRIGHTEST STUDENT I'VE MET 76 00:03:27,007 --> 00:03:28,639 IN A LONG TIME. 77 00:03:34,647 --> 00:03:37,582 DON'T GET OUT MUCH, DO YOU, COLIN? 78 00:03:41,488 --> 00:03:44,700 WOULD YOU LIKE SOMETHING TO DRINK, COLIN? SOME TEA, PERHAPS? 79 00:03:44,724 --> 00:03:47,670 OH, YES. SOME LAPSANG SOUCHONG 80 00:03:47,694 --> 00:03:50,640 WOULD BE PERFECT RIGHT NOW. 81 00:03:50,664 --> 00:03:52,597 OOH, DO WE DARE? 82 00:03:56,036 --> 00:03:59,416 "AND A GRIN OF BITTERNESS SWEPT THEREBY 83 00:03:59,440 --> 00:04:02,285 "LIKE AN OMINOUS BIRD A-WING. 84 00:04:02,309 --> 00:04:06,089 "SINCE THEN, KEEN LESSONS THAT LOVE DECEIVES 85 00:04:06,113 --> 00:04:08,591 "AND WRINGS WITH WRONG 86 00:04:08,615 --> 00:04:11,094 "HAVE SHAPED TO ME YOUR FACE 87 00:04:11,118 --> 00:04:13,596 "AND THE GOD-CURSED SUN 88 00:04:13,620 --> 00:04:16,099 "AND A TREE 89 00:04:16,123 --> 00:04:19,891 AND A POND EDGED WITH GRAYISH LEAVES." 90 00:04:22,630 --> 00:04:25,241 SO, ANY THOUGHTS ON THIS POEM? 91 00:04:25,265 --> 00:04:27,565 PERSONALLY, I THINK HE BLEW IT. 92 00:04:29,636 --> 00:04:32,148 IT DOESN'T RHYME. 93 00:04:32,172 --> 00:04:34,483 IT'S KIND OF DOWN. IF I GOT SOMETHING LIKE THAT ON A CARD, 94 00:04:34,507 --> 00:04:36,252 FRANKLY, I'D THROW IT OUT. 95 00:04:36,276 --> 00:04:38,654 UH, COLIN, I'D SAY THAT HARDY'S 96 00:04:38,678 --> 00:04:41,824 USE OF IMAGES OF DEATH AND GRAYNESS 97 00:04:41,848 --> 00:04:43,325 REFLECT HIS BLEAK EMOTIONS 98 00:04:43,349 --> 00:04:45,495 IN THE FACE OF A DEAD RELATIONSHIP. 99 00:04:45,519 --> 00:04:47,597 MM-HMM. WHAT ABOUT YOU, MALLORY? 100 00:04:47,621 --> 00:04:50,633 UM... IT'S REALLY NEAT, 101 00:04:50,657 --> 00:04:53,736 BUT IT'S REALLY SAD. 102 00:04:53,760 --> 00:04:55,638 YES. YES, YOU'RE RIGHT. 103 00:04:55,662 --> 00:04:57,473 YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT, MALLORY. 104 00:04:57,497 --> 00:05:01,366 YOU'VE CAPTURED THE ESSENCE OF THIS POEM. 105 00:05:02,603 --> 00:05:04,581 "IT'S REALLY NEAT, 106 00:05:04,605 --> 00:05:06,505 BUT IT'S REALLY SAD." 107 00:05:08,742 --> 00:05:11,187 THAT'S A VERY PERCEPTIVE COMMENT. 108 00:05:11,211 --> 00:05:12,588 WAIT A MINUTE. WHAT IS THIS POEM FOR? 109 00:05:12,612 --> 00:05:15,958 A BIRTHDAY? IS IT A GET-WELL CARD? WHAT? 110 00:05:17,617 --> 00:05:19,050 EXCUSE ME. 111 00:05:21,821 --> 00:05:23,599 HEY, BABE. 112 00:05:23,623 --> 00:05:25,101 OH, NICK, NOT HERE. 113 00:05:25,125 --> 00:05:27,904 MY POETRY READING GROUP IS HERE. 114 00:05:27,928 --> 00:05:29,539 OH, HEY, HEY, WHY DON'T YOU SKIP OUT? 115 00:05:29,563 --> 00:05:31,107 YOU KNOW, WE'LL GET A COUPLE OF TACOS 116 00:05:31,131 --> 00:05:34,177 AND HIT THE DIRT BIKE RACES OVER AT THE COLISEUM. 117 00:05:34,201 --> 00:05:35,878 UM, NICK, I CAN'T. I'M HOSTING THIS. 118 00:05:35,902 --> 00:05:37,880 ALL RIGHT. I'LL JUST HANG OUT 119 00:05:37,904 --> 00:05:39,449 AND WAIT UNTIL IT'S OVER, HUH? 120 00:05:39,473 --> 00:05:41,617 UM, EVERYONE, THIS IS NICK. 121 00:05:41,641 --> 00:05:44,119 NICK, THIS IS THE POETRY GROUP. 122 00:05:44,143 --> 00:05:45,321 HI, NICK. HI, NICK. 123 00:05:45,345 --> 00:05:46,923 HELLO, GROUP. HEY. 124 00:05:46,947 --> 00:05:48,079 HEY. 125 00:05:50,951 --> 00:05:53,162 ALL RIGHT, THE NEXT POEM I'D LIKE TO READ 126 00:05:53,186 --> 00:05:56,087 IS ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE BY JOHN KEATS. 127 00:05:57,891 --> 00:05:59,635 "MY HEART ACHES, 128 00:05:59,659 --> 00:06:01,539 AND THE..." 129 00:06:05,265 --> 00:06:06,698 WANT SOME? 130 00:06:07,801 --> 00:06:09,279 YEAH? 131 00:06:09,303 --> 00:06:11,080 NICK, CAN I HAVE A WORD WITH YOU, PLEASE? 132 00:06:11,104 --> 00:06:12,448 SURE. 133 00:06:12,472 --> 00:06:14,918 HEY, UH, THIS MILK, IT'S FOR EVERYBODY. 134 00:06:14,942 --> 00:06:17,453 LISTEN, NICK, WHY DON'T YOU GO AHEAD WITHOUT ME, 135 00:06:17,477 --> 00:06:20,090 'CAUSE I'M NOT GONNA BE ABLE TO BREAK AWAY FROM HERE TONIGHT. 136 00:06:20,114 --> 00:06:23,093 COME ON, BABE, I KNOW HOW MUCH YOU LOVE THOSE DIRT BIKE RACES, 137 00:06:23,117 --> 00:06:24,527 AND I HATE TO GO WITHOUT YOU. VROOM, VROOM! 138 00:06:24,551 --> 00:06:25,551 NICK! 139 00:06:28,788 --> 00:06:32,368 ANYBODY ELSE WANT TO GO TO THE DIRT BIKE RACES? 140 00:06:32,392 --> 00:06:33,392 HEY. 141 00:06:36,830 --> 00:06:38,508 SO WHERE WERE WE? 142 00:06:38,532 --> 00:06:40,109 WELL, LISTEN, WHY DON'T WE JUST CALL IT A NIGHT? 143 00:06:40,133 --> 00:06:42,111 IT'S GETTING LATE. WE CAN DISCUSS THIS POEM NEXT WEEK. 144 00:06:42,135 --> 00:06:44,547 UM, COLIN, 145 00:06:44,571 --> 00:06:46,482 I'M REALLY SORRY NICK RUINED THE MEETING. 146 00:06:46,506 --> 00:06:47,984 IT WAS ALL MY FAULT. 147 00:06:48,008 --> 00:06:51,087 ACTUALLY, I'M GLAD. I WANTED A CHANCE TO TALK TO YOU ALONE. 148 00:06:51,111 --> 00:06:52,621 IT'S THE POP-TARTS, RIGHT? 149 00:06:52,645 --> 00:06:54,123 THAT WAS ALEX'S IDEA. 150 00:06:54,147 --> 00:06:56,559 I ASKED HIM TO GET CROISSANTS. 151 00:06:56,583 --> 00:06:58,127 NO, NO. 152 00:06:58,151 --> 00:07:01,130 I LOVED THE POP-TARTS. 153 00:07:01,154 --> 00:07:04,367 THEY WERE VERY... REFRESHING. 154 00:07:04,391 --> 00:07:06,902 NO, THERE'S JUST SOMETHING THAT I... 155 00:07:06,926 --> 00:07:09,739 I'D LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOU. 156 00:07:09,763 --> 00:07:11,196 HERE. SIT. 157 00:07:18,605 --> 00:07:21,317 IT'S A POEM THAT I BROUGHT. 158 00:07:21,341 --> 00:07:23,986 I WANT TO READ IT TO YOU. I'D LIKE TO KNOW WHAT YOU THINK OF IT. 159 00:07:24,010 --> 00:07:25,543 SURE. GO AHEAD. 160 00:07:27,614 --> 00:07:31,094 "SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY... 161 00:07:31,118 --> 00:07:34,897 "LIKE THE NIGHT OF CLOUDLESS CLIMES AND STARRY SKIES. 162 00:07:34,921 --> 00:07:38,501 "AND ALL THAT'S BEST OF DARK AND BRIGHT 163 00:07:38,525 --> 00:07:42,605 "MEET IN HER ASPECT AND HER EYES, 164 00:07:42,629 --> 00:07:45,108 "THUS MELLOWED TO THAT TENDER LIGHT 165 00:07:45,132 --> 00:07:48,578 WHICH HEAVEN TO GAUDY DAY DENIES." 166 00:07:48,602 --> 00:07:50,234 WOW. 167 00:07:52,005 --> 00:07:54,150 MALLORY... 168 00:07:54,174 --> 00:07:56,385 WILL YOU GO OUT WITH ME? 169 00:07:56,409 --> 00:07:58,621 WOW. 170 00:07:58,645 --> 00:08:01,156 THERE'S SO MUCH I WANT YOU TO EXPERIENCE... 171 00:08:01,180 --> 00:08:03,793 WONDERFUL THOUGHTS, BEAUTIFUL MUSIC. 172 00:08:03,817 --> 00:08:05,461 I WANT TO SHOW YOU NEW YORK, 173 00:08:05,485 --> 00:08:06,796 THE ROMANCE OF PARIS. 174 00:08:06,820 --> 00:08:08,798 I WANT TO SHOW YOU THE WORLD. 175 00:08:08,822 --> 00:08:11,100 ALL IN ONE DATE? 176 00:08:11,124 --> 00:08:13,136 HOW ABOUT NEXT FRIDAY? 177 00:08:13,160 --> 00:08:15,471 UM... COLIN, 178 00:08:15,495 --> 00:08:17,072 I'M... I'M REALLY FLATTERED, 179 00:08:17,096 --> 00:08:21,944 BUT, WELL, I'VE BEEN GOING OUT WITH NICK FOR OVER A YEAR NOW. 180 00:08:21,968 --> 00:08:24,580 YOU DON'T HAVE TO GIVE ME YOUR ANSWER RIGHT AWAY. 181 00:08:24,604 --> 00:08:27,683 JUST... THINK ABOUT IT. 182 00:08:27,707 --> 00:08:28,751 BUT... 183 00:08:28,775 --> 00:08:30,586 BUT NOW... 184 00:08:30,610 --> 00:08:32,043 NOT A WORD. 185 00:08:39,319 --> 00:08:43,599 HEY, A SUCCESSFUL TRIP TO THE PET STORE! 186 00:08:43,623 --> 00:08:44,934 SINCE ANDY CAN'T HAVE A DOG, 187 00:08:44,958 --> 00:08:47,102 WE GOT HIM... 188 00:08:47,126 --> 00:08:48,270 TA-DAA! 189 00:08:48,294 --> 00:08:49,873 A FISH. 190 00:08:49,897 --> 00:08:52,775 A NATURAL SUBSTITUTE. 191 00:08:52,799 --> 00:08:55,478 OH, COME ON, MOM. A FISH CAN BE JUST AS GOOD A PET AS A DOG. 192 00:08:55,502 --> 00:08:58,014 LOOK AT HIM. HE'S CUTE, HE'S FRISKY, HE'S COLORFUL. 193 00:08:58,038 --> 00:09:00,550 HE'S SLIMY. 194 00:09:00,574 --> 00:09:05,655 YES, BUT FISH CAN ALSO BE VERY TRUSTING AND VERY LOYAL. 195 00:09:05,679 --> 00:09:07,356 WELL, WHAT ARE YOU GONNA NAME HIM, HONEY? 196 00:09:07,380 --> 00:09:08,958 MR. FISH. 197 00:09:08,982 --> 00:09:10,426 NO, NO, WE'RE GONNA NAME HIM KISSINGER. 198 00:09:10,450 --> 00:09:13,418 NO, WE'RE GOING TO NAME HIM LASSIE. 199 00:09:15,588 --> 00:09:19,268 COME ON, SWEETHEART. LET'S TAKE LASSIE UPSTAIRS AND PUT HIM IN THIS BOWL. 200 00:09:19,292 --> 00:09:21,404 OOH, ANDY, HE SAYS HE REALLY WANTS TO SEE HIS NEW HOME. 201 00:09:21,428 --> 00:09:23,695 CAN WE FLUSH HIM DOWN THE TOILET? 202 00:09:30,670 --> 00:09:33,148 HEY, MALLIE. HOW WAS YOUR DAY? 203 00:09:33,172 --> 00:09:36,619 MY DAY WAS LIKE A THOUSAND SUMMERS. 204 00:09:36,643 --> 00:09:38,153 I WALKED THROUGH DAPPLED SUNLIGHT 205 00:09:38,177 --> 00:09:41,156 AS IT DANCED ACROSS MY SHOULDERS. 206 00:09:41,180 --> 00:09:44,660 A MOTLEY-COLORED LEAF FELL SILENT AT MY FEET. 207 00:09:44,684 --> 00:09:48,119 IT WAS MORE LOVELY THAN E'ER YOU COULD IMAGINE. 208 00:09:49,989 --> 00:09:52,624 DID YOU PICK UP MY CLEANING? 209 00:09:54,060 --> 00:09:57,006 ALEX, CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION? 210 00:09:57,030 --> 00:09:58,541 YEAH, SURE. WHAT'S UP? 211 00:09:58,565 --> 00:10:01,711 HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN YOU'RE REALLY IN LOVE? 212 00:10:01,735 --> 00:10:03,478 UH, I DON'T KNOW. I GET, UH, 213 00:10:03,502 --> 00:10:07,571 UH, AN INEXPLICABLE DESIRE TO SPEND MONEY ON A GIRL. 214 00:10:11,644 --> 00:10:13,622 YOU KNOW, I KNOW I'M REALLY LOST 215 00:10:13,646 --> 00:10:17,927 WHEN I DON'T ASK HER TO PAY IT BACK. 216 00:10:17,951 --> 00:10:21,130 I KNOW, BUT HOW DO NORMAL PEOPLE KNOW 217 00:10:21,154 --> 00:10:22,732 WHEN THEY'RE IN LOVE? 218 00:10:22,756 --> 00:10:25,356 MAL, WHY ARE YOU ASKING ME THIS? 219 00:10:26,526 --> 00:10:28,626 I'VE GOT A REAL PROBLEM. 220 00:10:30,530 --> 00:10:33,142 COLIN. HE REALLY LIKES ME. 221 00:10:33,166 --> 00:10:35,900 WHAT ABOUT NICK? 222 00:10:37,871 --> 00:10:39,315 I DON'T KNOW, ALEX. 223 00:10:39,339 --> 00:10:41,650 ALL OF A SUDDEN, IT SEEMS LIKE IT MIGHT BE WRONG 224 00:10:41,674 --> 00:10:43,186 TO BE TIED DOWN TO ONE PERSON. 225 00:10:43,210 --> 00:10:46,655 ALEX, COLIN HAS MADE ME REALIZE THAT THERE'S SO MUCH, 226 00:10:46,679 --> 00:10:49,658 SO MANY EXPERIENCES OPEN TO ME NOW. 227 00:10:49,682 --> 00:10:52,227 I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO. 228 00:10:57,024 --> 00:10:58,167 YEAH? 229 00:10:58,191 --> 00:10:59,669 DELIVERY FOR MALLORY KEATON. 230 00:10:59,693 --> 00:11:01,170 YEAH, THAT'S ME. 231 00:11:01,194 --> 00:11:02,194 THANKS. 232 00:11:08,334 --> 00:11:11,614 "OH, MY LOVE'S LIKE A RED, RED ROSE 233 00:11:11,638 --> 00:11:14,316 "THAT'S NEWLY SPRUNG IN JUNE. 234 00:11:14,340 --> 00:11:17,120 "OH, MY LOVE'S LIKE A MELODY 235 00:11:17,144 --> 00:11:20,123 "THAT'S SWEETLY PLAYED IN TUNE. 236 00:11:20,147 --> 00:11:21,624 LOVE, COLIN." 237 00:11:21,648 --> 00:11:23,914 ISN'T THAT SWEET, ALEX? 238 00:11:25,351 --> 00:11:27,630 I SAY YOU DUMP BOTH OF THEM 239 00:11:27,654 --> 00:11:30,134 AND START FRESH IN THE MORNING. 240 00:11:36,028 --> 00:11:40,275 ROLL OVER, LASSIE. ROLL OVER. ROLL OVER. 241 00:11:40,299 --> 00:11:41,610 WHOA! GOOD DOG. 242 00:11:41,634 --> 00:11:43,011 HEY, COME ON! 243 00:11:43,035 --> 00:11:44,147 ANDY, PLEASE. 244 00:11:44,171 --> 00:11:47,517 OHH! WELL, WHERE DID YOU GET A DOG BISCUIT? 245 00:11:47,541 --> 00:11:48,784 SKIPPY. 246 00:11:48,808 --> 00:11:50,620 SKIPPY? SKIPPY DOESN'T HAVE A DOG. 247 00:11:50,644 --> 00:11:52,789 WHAT'S HE DOING WITH DOG BISCUITS? 248 00:11:52,813 --> 00:11:54,523 HIS GRANDMOTHER GIVES THEM TO HIM 249 00:11:54,547 --> 00:11:57,259 WHEN HE DOES SOMETHING RIGHT. 250 00:11:57,283 --> 00:11:58,861 WHERE HAVE YOU GUYS BEEN? 251 00:11:58,885 --> 00:12:01,430 ALEX AND I THOUGHT KISSINGER LOOKED A LITTLE LONELY, 252 00:12:01,454 --> 00:12:04,467 SO WE WENT OUT TO THE POND AND FOUND A LITTLE FISH FRIEND FOR HIM. 253 00:12:04,491 --> 00:12:06,134 HE'S IN A BUCKET IN THE KITCHEN. 254 00:12:06,158 --> 00:12:09,560 ANDY, THIS NEW FISH WE'RE GOING TO CALL BUBBLES. 255 00:12:11,064 --> 00:12:12,808 I ALREADY NAMED THE NEW FISH... 256 00:12:12,832 --> 00:12:14,065 AGNEW. 257 00:12:16,302 --> 00:12:18,914 COME ON, ANDY, LET'S GO MEET THE NEW FISH. 258 00:12:18,938 --> 00:12:21,083 DO I HAVE TO? 259 00:12:21,107 --> 00:12:22,585 OH, COME ON. 260 00:12:22,609 --> 00:12:25,021 ELYSE, JEN, JUST GO IN AND SAY HI. 261 00:12:25,045 --> 00:12:27,056 DO I HAVE TO? DO I HAVE TO? 262 00:12:27,080 --> 00:12:29,158 I'LL JUST GO IN AND TELL POOR LITTLE BUBBLES 263 00:12:29,182 --> 00:12:32,695 YOU'RE TOO BUSY TO WELCOME HIM TO HIS NEW HOME. 264 00:12:32,719 --> 00:12:34,959 HEY, MAL. HOW'S IT GOING? 265 00:12:36,122 --> 00:12:38,834 THE LIGHT BROKE LIKE A BURNING RAY 266 00:12:38,858 --> 00:12:41,103 UPON MY SOUL. 267 00:12:41,127 --> 00:12:44,606 NOISES FILTERED FROM BEYOND. 268 00:12:44,630 --> 00:12:46,064 POURQUOI? 269 00:12:49,135 --> 00:12:50,401 POURQUOI? 270 00:12:52,405 --> 00:12:54,950 LET'S GO LOOK AT THE FISH. 271 00:12:54,974 --> 00:12:56,919 I'M WITH YOU. 272 00:12:56,943 --> 00:12:59,922 IT'S A NEW POEM I'VE BEEN WORKING ON. 273 00:12:59,946 --> 00:13:01,524 IT'S CALLED POURQUOI. 274 00:13:01,548 --> 00:13:02,914 IT'S FRENCH, I THINK. 275 00:13:04,151 --> 00:13:05,628 IT IS FRENCH. 276 00:13:05,652 --> 00:13:08,586 AND THAT MAKES YOU ILLITERATE IN TWO LANGUAGES. 277 00:13:11,157 --> 00:13:15,037 COLIN SAYS I HAVE AN UNCOMMON GIFT FOR SYNTAX. 278 00:13:15,061 --> 00:13:17,273 YOU'VE BEEN SEEING A LOT OF COLIN, HAVEN'T YOU? 279 00:13:17,297 --> 00:13:20,076 HE'S JUST CHANGED THE WAY I LOOK AT THINGS, THAT'S ALL. 280 00:13:20,100 --> 00:13:24,580 I MEAN, NO ONE LIKE HIM EVER TOOK ME SERIOUSLY BEFORE. 281 00:13:24,604 --> 00:13:26,816 IT'S SO NICE TO BE RESPECTED 282 00:13:26,840 --> 00:13:29,218 FOR YOUR MIND AND YOUR TALENT. 283 00:13:33,613 --> 00:13:35,546 OH, WHAT HO! THE DOOR. 284 00:13:39,119 --> 00:13:40,551 BUT POURQUOI? 285 00:13:44,124 --> 00:13:45,101 HI. 286 00:13:45,125 --> 00:13:46,102 HEY. 287 00:13:46,126 --> 00:13:47,103 UM... HEY. 288 00:13:47,127 --> 00:13:48,104 HEY. 289 00:13:48,128 --> 00:13:49,105 HEY. 290 00:13:49,129 --> 00:13:50,606 HEY, UH, NICE FLOWERS. 291 00:13:50,630 --> 00:13:55,611 OH, WELL, WE GROW THESE IN THE BACKYARD, RIGHT, ALEX? 292 00:13:55,635 --> 00:13:57,013 RIGHT, RIGHT. 293 00:13:57,037 --> 00:14:00,116 IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A DREAM OF MINE. 294 00:14:00,140 --> 00:14:02,573 NEXT YEAR, I'M PLANTING BEGONIAS. 295 00:14:05,445 --> 00:14:07,256 "LOVE, COLIN"? 296 00:14:07,280 --> 00:14:08,791 THAT'S THE AMAZING THING. 297 00:14:08,815 --> 00:14:11,527 THEY CAME UP WITH THAT CARD. 298 00:14:11,551 --> 00:14:12,829 THAT'S INCREDIBLE. 299 00:14:12,853 --> 00:14:16,132 ALL RIGHT. WE DON'T GROW THEM IN THE BACKYARD. 300 00:14:16,156 --> 00:14:17,667 THEY'RE FROM COLIN. 301 00:14:17,691 --> 00:14:19,201 THE POETRY WIMP? 302 00:14:19,225 --> 00:14:20,569 HE'S NOT A WIMP. 303 00:14:20,593 --> 00:14:24,340 HE'S... HE'S SOPHISTICATED, INTELLIGENT, AND CHARMING. 304 00:14:24,364 --> 00:14:27,409 IF YOU LIKE HIM, I LIKE HIM. 305 00:14:27,433 --> 00:14:29,145 NICK... 306 00:14:29,169 --> 00:14:31,980 DO YOU EVER THINK ABOUT LIFE AND LITERATURE 307 00:14:32,004 --> 00:14:35,484 AND HOW LANGUAGE ALTERS OUR PERCEPTION OF REALITY? 308 00:14:35,508 --> 00:14:38,087 ARE YOU TALKING TO ME? 309 00:14:38,111 --> 00:14:42,258 OK, NICK. LOOK, LATELY, SINCE I'VE BEEN IN SCHOOL... 310 00:14:42,282 --> 00:14:45,661 MY VIEWS ARE CHANGING, AND I'M BEING INTRODUCED TO NEW IDEAS, 311 00:14:45,685 --> 00:14:48,064 AND I'M MEETING NEW PEOPLE. 312 00:14:48,088 --> 00:14:50,499 LIKE THIS COLIN GUY. 313 00:14:50,523 --> 00:14:51,934 FOR ONE. 314 00:14:51,958 --> 00:14:53,168 THAT'S COOL. YOU KNOW, 315 00:14:53,192 --> 00:14:55,504 IT'S GOOD TO MEET SOME WIMPS. 316 00:14:55,528 --> 00:14:57,473 NICK, HE ASKED ME OUT. 317 00:14:57,497 --> 00:14:59,242 AND YOU TOLD HIM NO, RIGHT? 318 00:14:59,266 --> 00:15:01,143 NOT YET. 319 00:15:01,167 --> 00:15:04,313 WHAT DO YOU MEAN "NOT YET"? 320 00:15:04,337 --> 00:15:06,615 I MEAN I'M CHANGING AND I'M GROWING, 321 00:15:06,639 --> 00:15:09,218 AND I NEED SOME ROOM RIGHT NOW. 322 00:15:09,242 --> 00:15:11,620 HEY, YOU KNOW, THAT'S OK. I SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING. 323 00:15:11,644 --> 00:15:13,990 YOU KNOW, I'M AN ARTIST. YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRAW A PICTURE. 324 00:15:14,014 --> 00:15:15,458 OK, LET ME EXPLAIN. 325 00:15:15,482 --> 00:15:16,459 NO, IT'S OK. 326 00:15:16,483 --> 00:15:17,460 NO, NICK... 327 00:15:17,484 --> 00:15:18,627 NO, MAL. IT'S ALL RIGHT. 328 00:15:18,651 --> 00:15:19,962 YOU KNOW? YOU WANT ROOM? 329 00:15:19,986 --> 00:15:22,298 I'LL GIVE YOU ALL THE ROOM IN THE WORLD, ALL RIGHT? 330 00:15:22,322 --> 00:15:23,521 LATER. 331 00:15:27,127 --> 00:15:28,704 "SO IN MY VEINS, 332 00:15:28,728 --> 00:15:31,573 "RED LIFE MIGHT STREAM AGAIN, 333 00:15:31,597 --> 00:15:35,077 "AND THOU BE CONSCIENCE CALMED. 334 00:15:35,101 --> 00:15:38,080 "SEE? HERE IT IS. 335 00:15:38,104 --> 00:15:41,350 I HOLD IT TOWARDS YOU." 336 00:15:41,374 --> 00:15:44,153 I HATE TO KEEP HARPING ON THIS ONE POINT, 337 00:15:44,177 --> 00:15:47,089 BUT THIS IS ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE NON-RHYMERS. 338 00:15:47,113 --> 00:15:49,324 WELL, I THINK AFTER MR. HANDLEMAN'S BRILLIANT DISPLAY, 339 00:15:49,348 --> 00:15:51,794 ANY OTHER INSIGHTS WOULD BE ANTICLIMACTIC. 340 00:15:51,818 --> 00:15:54,663 WE'LL MEET NEXT THURSDAY AT DANA'S LOFT. 341 00:15:54,687 --> 00:15:56,499 UH, MALLORY, WOULD YOU MIND STAYING FOR A WHILE? 342 00:15:56,523 --> 00:15:58,834 THERE'S SOMETHING I WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT. 343 00:15:58,858 --> 00:16:00,269 SURE. 344 00:16:00,293 --> 00:16:02,938 COLIN, THERE'S SOMETHING I DON'T UNDERSTAND HERE. 345 00:16:02,962 --> 00:16:05,941 SOMEHOW THAT DOESN'T SURPRISE ME. 346 00:16:05,965 --> 00:16:08,944 SO, I GUESS YOU'RE THIS YEAR'S CHOICE, HUH, MALLORY? 347 00:16:08,968 --> 00:16:10,112 CONGRATULATIONS. 348 00:16:10,136 --> 00:16:11,814 I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. 349 00:16:11,838 --> 00:16:14,483 WELL, YOU SEE, EVERY YEAR, COLIN PICKS A NEW FRESHMAN GIRL 350 00:16:14,507 --> 00:16:17,453 TO SWEEP OFF HER FEET. TO MAKE A STAR OF. 351 00:16:17,477 --> 00:16:20,556 AND AFTER A FEW MONTHS OF ROMANCE, HE DUMPS HER. 352 00:16:20,580 --> 00:16:23,025 AND, MALLORY, YOU'RE THIS YEAR'S MODEL. 353 00:16:23,049 --> 00:16:26,529 JOYCE, YOU COULDN'T BE MORE WRONG ABOUT COLIN. 354 00:16:26,553 --> 00:16:28,864 TAKE IT FROM LAST YEAR'S MODEL. 355 00:16:28,888 --> 00:16:30,533 AS SOON AS YOU'RE ALONE, 356 00:16:30,557 --> 00:16:32,067 HE'LL DIM THE LIGHTS. 357 00:16:32,091 --> 00:16:36,705 THEN HE'LL TAKE OUT THAT BOOK OF POETRY THAT HE FOUND IN THIS... 358 00:16:36,729 --> 00:16:40,209 EVER SO CHARMING SHOP OUTSIDE OF LONDON. 359 00:16:40,233 --> 00:16:44,480 THEN HE'LL GET THAT MANDOLIN HE FOUND IN VENICE 360 00:16:44,504 --> 00:16:47,582 AND START SINGING SOME RIDICULOUS LOVE SONG 361 00:16:47,606 --> 00:16:51,787 LIKE I GAVE MY LOVE A CHERRY. 362 00:16:51,811 --> 00:16:55,424 HE'LL PLAY A WHILE, 363 00:16:55,448 --> 00:16:56,926 MISS A NOTE, 364 00:16:56,950 --> 00:17:00,429 LAUGH IN THAT SELF-DEPRECATING LITTLE WAY HE HAS... 365 00:17:00,453 --> 00:17:02,387 HA HA HA HA HA. 366 00:17:03,957 --> 00:17:06,435 HE'LL PUT THE MANDOLIN DOWN 367 00:17:06,459 --> 00:17:09,104 AND SAY, "JOYCE..." 368 00:17:09,128 --> 00:17:11,106 OR IN YOUR CASE, 369 00:17:11,130 --> 00:17:12,941 "MALLORY... 370 00:17:12,965 --> 00:17:15,177 YOU'VE TOUCHED MY SOUL, 371 00:17:15,201 --> 00:17:18,269 AND I ONLY FEEL COMPLETE WHEN I'M WITH YOU." 372 00:17:20,340 --> 00:17:21,372 BETTER GO. 373 00:17:23,643 --> 00:17:25,120 LAPSANG SOUCHONG? 374 00:17:25,144 --> 00:17:27,077 OH, I'D LOVE SOME. 375 00:17:28,147 --> 00:17:29,124 HERE. 376 00:17:29,148 --> 00:17:31,126 TAKE IT HOME WITH YOU. 377 00:17:31,150 --> 00:17:32,628 WELL, THANK YOU. 378 00:17:32,652 --> 00:17:34,129 COME ON, MALLORY, LET'S GO. 379 00:17:34,153 --> 00:17:35,597 UM, SKIPPY, I CAN'T. 380 00:17:35,621 --> 00:17:37,299 MALLORY'S GOING TO BE STAYING FOR A WHILE, SKIP. 381 00:17:37,323 --> 00:17:39,135 WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A, UH, TUTORING SESSION. 382 00:17:39,159 --> 00:17:40,302 WELL, GREAT. I'LL STAY, TOO. 383 00:17:40,326 --> 00:17:41,803 I COULD ALWAYS USE SOME TUTORING. 384 00:17:41,827 --> 00:17:45,641 I'LL JUST CALL HOME AND HAVE MY MOM FEED MY TURTLES. 385 00:17:45,665 --> 00:17:48,144 THIS IS A PRIVATE TUTORING SESSION, SKIP. 386 00:17:48,168 --> 00:17:51,101 WELL, THEN HOW COME SHE GETS TO STAY? 387 00:17:53,173 --> 00:17:54,150 GOOD NIGHT, SKIPPY. 388 00:17:54,174 --> 00:17:56,174 WAIT, WAIT... MALLORY DROVE ME HERE! 389 00:17:59,244 --> 00:18:02,258 OH, THIS IS A GREAT APARTMENT, COLIN. 390 00:18:02,282 --> 00:18:03,959 AH, THANKS. I GOT A LOT OF THIS STUFF 391 00:18:03,983 --> 00:18:05,361 TRAVELING AROUND THE WORLD. 392 00:18:05,385 --> 00:18:07,929 AND EVERY TIME I LOOK AT ONE OF THEM, I REMEMBER EVERYTHING 393 00:18:07,953 --> 00:18:09,964 ABOUT THE PLACE WHERE I FOUND IT. 394 00:18:09,988 --> 00:18:11,967 I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. 395 00:18:11,991 --> 00:18:14,103 EVERY TIME I PUT ON THESE SHOES, 396 00:18:14,127 --> 00:18:15,926 I THINK OF THE MALL. 397 00:18:19,632 --> 00:18:23,067 HERE, I'LL SHOW YOU SOME OF MY FAVORITES. 398 00:18:25,405 --> 00:18:27,916 OHH... 399 00:18:27,940 --> 00:18:30,453 IT'S A BOOK OF POETRY I GOT IN THIS... 400 00:18:30,477 --> 00:18:33,443 EVER SO CHARMING SHOP JUST OUTSIDE OF LONDON. 401 00:18:34,847 --> 00:18:35,824 IT'S LOVELY. 402 00:18:35,848 --> 00:18:36,826 AND WHEN I WAS IN VENICE, 403 00:18:36,850 --> 00:18:40,918 I FOUND THIS FANTASTIC MANDOLIN. 404 00:18:47,827 --> 00:18:52,641 ♪ I GAVE MY LOVE A CHERRY ♪ 405 00:18:52,665 --> 00:18:56,478 ♪ THAT HAD NO STONE ♪ 406 00:18:56,502 --> 00:18:57,813 ♪ I GA... ♪♪ 407 00:18:57,837 --> 00:18:59,770 HA HA HA HA HA. 408 00:19:04,811 --> 00:19:08,523 MALLORY, IN SOME REAL WAY, I FEEL YOU'VE TOUCHED MY SOUL, 409 00:19:08,547 --> 00:19:11,460 AND I ONLY FEEL COMPLETE WHEN I'M WITH YOU. 410 00:19:11,484 --> 00:19:13,095 REALLY. REALLY? 411 00:19:13,119 --> 00:19:14,430 UH, MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S 412 00:19:14,454 --> 00:19:16,499 TOUCHING OF THE SOULS WITH JOYCE? 413 00:19:16,523 --> 00:19:18,100 I DON'T UNDERSTAND. 414 00:19:18,124 --> 00:19:19,768 I CANNOT BELIEVE I'M SO STUPID! 415 00:19:19,792 --> 00:19:21,437 I ACTUALLY CONVINCED MYSELF 416 00:19:21,461 --> 00:19:23,505 YOU THOUGHT I WAS SPECIAL. 417 00:19:23,529 --> 00:19:25,107 MALLORY... THAT I HAD SOMETHING TO OFFER. 418 00:19:25,131 --> 00:19:26,842 I WAS NOTHING BUT A PLAYTHING TO YOU! 419 00:19:26,866 --> 00:19:28,443 MALLORY, WHY DON'T WE SIT DOWN, HAVE SOME TEA, 420 00:19:28,467 --> 00:19:29,944 WE CAN TALK ABOUT THIS. 421 00:19:29,968 --> 00:19:31,947 I REALLY HOPE YOU ENJOYED YOURSELF, COLIN, I DO, 422 00:19:31,971 --> 00:19:33,615 'CAUSE I'LL TELL YOU SOMETHING... 423 00:19:33,639 --> 00:19:35,117 I LEARNED MORE TONIGHT THAN I EVER DID 424 00:19:35,141 --> 00:19:36,852 IN YOUR STUPID POETRY CLASS! 425 00:19:36,876 --> 00:19:40,344 YOU COULD HAVE AT LEAST LEARNED A NEW SONG! 426 00:19:44,984 --> 00:19:46,729 HMM? ELYSE... 427 00:19:46,753 --> 00:19:48,419 BAD NEWS. 428 00:19:50,990 --> 00:19:53,401 MR. FISH IS MISSING. 429 00:19:53,425 --> 00:19:54,469 MISSING? 430 00:19:54,493 --> 00:19:56,138 THE NEW FISH IS THERE, 431 00:19:56,162 --> 00:19:58,374 BUT HE'S NOT TALKING. 432 00:19:58,398 --> 00:19:59,641 DAD. 433 00:19:59,665 --> 00:20:01,142 HMM? 434 00:20:01,166 --> 00:20:03,601 I WANT YOU TO BRACE YOURSELF. 435 00:20:05,838 --> 00:20:07,878 AGNEW ATE KISSINGER. 436 00:20:13,580 --> 00:20:15,558 IT WAS REALLY COOL, DAD. 437 00:20:15,582 --> 00:20:17,648 BUBBLES JUST SWALLOWED HIM... 438 00:20:19,651 --> 00:20:21,552 JENNIFER, TAKE HIM AWAY. 439 00:20:27,026 --> 00:20:28,103 ALL RIGHT, DAD, 440 00:20:28,127 --> 00:20:30,605 I SAY WE SKIP THE TRIAL. 441 00:20:30,629 --> 00:20:33,230 I SAY WE FILLET BUBBLES NOW. 442 00:20:34,633 --> 00:20:35,711 BUBBLES! 443 00:20:35,735 --> 00:20:36,834 GET HIM! 444 00:20:40,139 --> 00:20:41,617 HI, HONEY. 445 00:20:41,641 --> 00:20:43,418 HOW DID THE POETRY READING GO? 446 00:20:43,442 --> 00:20:44,586 IT DIDN'T. 447 00:20:44,610 --> 00:20:46,522 WHAT HAPPENED? 448 00:20:46,546 --> 00:20:49,124 MOM, I THOUGHT COLIN REALLY LIKED ME. 449 00:20:49,148 --> 00:20:51,627 AND I THOUGHT THAT I REALLY LIKED HIM. 450 00:20:51,651 --> 00:20:53,361 ALL HE WANTED WAS FOR ME TO BECOME 451 00:20:53,385 --> 00:20:56,532 ONE OF THE PRECIOUS THINGS HE'S COLLECTED ON HIS TRAVELS. 452 00:20:56,556 --> 00:20:58,834 I'M SORRY, HONEY. 453 00:20:58,858 --> 00:21:00,335 HOW COULD I HAVE BEEN SO STUPID? 454 00:21:00,359 --> 00:21:02,271 I DIDN'T BELONG IN THAT POETRY GROUP. 455 00:21:02,295 --> 00:21:03,772 NOW, THAT'S NOT TRUE. 456 00:21:03,796 --> 00:21:05,774 YOU BELONGED THERE JUST AS MUCH AS ANYBODY ELSE. 457 00:21:05,798 --> 00:21:07,609 YOU WERE REALLY ENJOYING THAT GROUP, 458 00:21:07,633 --> 00:21:10,145 AND YOU WERE DOING WELL, TOO. 459 00:21:10,169 --> 00:21:13,148 POURQUOI WAS A GOOD POEM. 460 00:21:13,172 --> 00:21:14,983 YOU KNOW, MOM, BEFORE I STARTED AT GRANT, 461 00:21:15,007 --> 00:21:17,486 I WAS REALLY NERVOUS ABOUT FITTING IN. 462 00:21:17,510 --> 00:21:19,087 ALL OF A SUDDEN, I'M WITH THIS GROUP 463 00:21:19,111 --> 00:21:21,323 AND I'M HAVING INTELLECTUAL TALKS 464 00:21:21,347 --> 00:21:23,258 WITH SOMEONE LIKE COLIN. 465 00:21:23,282 --> 00:21:25,260 AND IT MADE ME FEEL SMART. 466 00:21:25,284 --> 00:21:28,330 IT MADE ME FEEL SPECIAL. 467 00:21:28,354 --> 00:21:31,266 I WANTED TO BE THAT PERSON SO BADLY, 468 00:21:31,290 --> 00:21:34,470 I WAS JUST READY TO TURN MY BACK ON WHO I AM. 469 00:21:34,494 --> 00:21:38,106 YOU ARE GROWING UP, HONEY. 470 00:21:38,130 --> 00:21:40,609 THERE ARE GOING TO BE A LOT OF FALSE STARTS, 471 00:21:40,633 --> 00:21:42,244 YOU KNOW? A LOT OF DISAPPOINTMENTS, 472 00:21:42,268 --> 00:21:44,112 A LOT OF PAIN. BUT... 473 00:21:44,136 --> 00:21:45,847 BUT THESE... DETOURS, 474 00:21:45,871 --> 00:21:48,850 THEY MAKE UP THE TEXTURE OF YOUR LIFE, YOU KNOW? 475 00:21:48,874 --> 00:21:50,852 THEY TELL YOU WHAT ALL YOUR DIFFERENT OPTIONS ARE, 476 00:21:50,876 --> 00:21:54,322 ALL THE DIFFERENT THINGS YOU CAN BECOME. 477 00:21:54,346 --> 00:21:56,692 I DON'T KNOW IF I CAN HANDLE IT, MOM. 478 00:21:56,716 --> 00:21:59,361 OH, HONEY, EVERY WOMAN'S GOT A COLIN SPENCER 479 00:21:59,385 --> 00:22:00,996 IN HER PAST. 480 00:22:01,020 --> 00:22:02,520 DO YOU? 481 00:22:06,159 --> 00:22:07,591 YEAH, I... 482 00:22:08,661 --> 00:22:12,975 MINE'S NAME WAS GRANVILLE MITCHELL. 483 00:22:12,999 --> 00:22:15,477 I MET HIM IN BALLET CLASS. 484 00:22:15,501 --> 00:22:18,580 HE WAS A SENIOR, I WAS A FRESHMAN. 485 00:22:18,604 --> 00:22:22,718 HE TOLD ME I COULD DANCE LIKE ISADORA DUNCAN. 486 00:22:24,210 --> 00:22:26,450 WHAT ARE YOU LAUGHING AT? 487 00:22:28,447 --> 00:22:30,558 SORRY. 488 00:22:30,582 --> 00:22:33,328 THE POINT IS THAT OUT OF THAT DISASTER 489 00:22:33,352 --> 00:22:34,829 DEVELOPED A LOVE FOR DANCE 490 00:22:34,853 --> 00:22:37,332 THAT STAYED WITH ME THE REST OF MY LIFE. 491 00:22:37,356 --> 00:22:40,102 NOW, YOU... YOU HAVE A NEW INTEREST IN POETRY. 492 00:22:40,126 --> 00:22:43,639 DON'T GIVE IT UP JUST BECAUSE OF COLIN SPENCER. 493 00:22:43,663 --> 00:22:47,843 YOU KNOW, MOM THE WORST PART IS THAT I REALLY HURT NICK. 494 00:22:47,867 --> 00:22:50,512 HE'S ALWAYS LOVED ME FOR WHO I AM 495 00:22:50,536 --> 00:22:52,614 AND I NEVER HAVE TO PUT ON AN ACT. 496 00:22:52,638 --> 00:22:55,851 YOU KNOW? I NEVER HAVE TO PRETEND I'M SOMETHING I'M NOT. 497 00:22:55,875 --> 00:22:57,755 NICK'S SPECIAL THAT WAY. 498 00:23:04,149 --> 00:23:05,794 COME ON. LET'S GO UP. 499 00:23:05,818 --> 00:23:07,629 YOU GO AHEAD. I'LL BE UP IN A MINUTE. 500 00:23:07,653 --> 00:23:08,733 OK. 501 00:23:19,098 --> 00:23:20,576 NICK? 502 00:23:20,600 --> 00:23:21,977 HI, IT'S ME. 503 00:23:22,001 --> 00:23:25,035 DO YOU WANT TO GO GET SOME TACOS? 504 00:23:54,967 --> 00:23:56,678 Man: SIT, UBU, SIT. GOOD DOG. 35249

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