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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,413 --> 00:00:15,292 ♪ I BET WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER ♪ 2 00:00:15,316 --> 00:00:17,928 ♪ FOR A MILLION YEARS ♪ 3 00:00:17,952 --> 00:00:20,830 ♪ AND I BET WE'LL BE TOGETHER ♪ 4 00:00:20,854 --> 00:00:23,333 ♪ FOR A MILLION MORE ♪ 5 00:00:23,357 --> 00:00:26,169 ♪ OH, IT'S LIKE I STARTED BREATHING ♪ 6 00:00:26,193 --> 00:00:28,972 ♪ ON THE NIGHT WE KISSED ♪ 7 00:00:28,996 --> 00:00:31,040 ♪ AND I CAN'T REMEMBER ♪ 8 00:00:31,064 --> 00:00:34,177 ♪ WHAT I EVER DID BEFORE ♪ 9 00:00:34,201 --> 00:00:37,180 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 10 00:00:37,204 --> 00:00:39,916 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 11 00:00:39,940 --> 00:00:42,585 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 12 00:00:42,609 --> 00:00:45,855 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 13 00:00:45,879 --> 00:00:47,857 ♪ AND THERE AIN'T NO NOTHING ♪ 14 00:00:47,881 --> 00:00:51,361 ♪ WE CAN'T LOVE EACH OTHER THROUGH ♪ 15 00:00:51,385 --> 00:00:54,130 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 16 00:00:54,154 --> 00:00:56,966 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 17 00:00:56,990 --> 00:01:00,259 ♪ SHA LA LA LA ♪♪ 18 00:01:04,165 --> 00:01:06,143 WHAT COLOR SHOULD I MAKE THE HAIR, UNCLE NICK? 19 00:01:06,167 --> 00:01:07,810 ANY COLOR, ANDY. 20 00:01:07,834 --> 00:01:10,147 LET'S SEE, GREEN AND PURPLE 21 00:01:10,171 --> 00:01:11,981 ARE GOOD COLORS FOR HAIR. 22 00:01:12,005 --> 00:01:14,651 YEAH, THEY'RE FABULOUS. 23 00:01:14,675 --> 00:01:15,985 PURPLE. 24 00:01:16,009 --> 00:01:17,320 NO, NO, NO. ANDY, ANDY. 25 00:01:17,344 --> 00:01:18,488 ANDY, YOU DON'T WANT TO DRAW SOMEONE 26 00:01:18,512 --> 00:01:19,623 WITH PURPLE HAIR. 27 00:01:19,647 --> 00:01:20,723 WHY NOT? 28 00:01:20,747 --> 00:01:24,828 BECAUSE NORMAL PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE PURPLE HAIR. 29 00:01:24,852 --> 00:01:26,229 ASIDE FROM YOUR FAMILY, 30 00:01:26,253 --> 00:01:29,866 EVERYBODY I KNOW HAS GOT PURPLE HAIR. 31 00:01:29,890 --> 00:01:31,067 I REPEAT... 32 00:01:31,091 --> 00:01:34,003 NORMAL PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE PURPLE HAIR. 33 00:01:34,027 --> 00:01:35,672 WHAT DOES THAT GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING ANYWAY? 34 00:01:35,696 --> 00:01:37,474 YOU KNOW, AN ARTIST SEES COLORS 35 00:01:37,498 --> 00:01:38,908 THAT NOBODY ELSE CAN SEE. 36 00:01:38,932 --> 00:01:41,711 THAT'S RIGHT. EVERYBODY GIVES OFF A DIFFERENT COLOR. 37 00:01:41,735 --> 00:01:43,379 THEY'RE CALLED AURAS, 38 00:01:43,403 --> 00:01:46,138 AND THEY REPRESENT THE SPIRIT OF THAT PERSON. 39 00:01:48,041 --> 00:01:50,286 IS THAT SO? 40 00:01:50,310 --> 00:01:52,756 I MEAN, NICK, FOR INSTANCE, IS A FIERY RED. 41 00:01:52,780 --> 00:01:55,625 AND ANDY IS A BRIGHT BRILLIANT BLUE. 42 00:01:55,649 --> 00:01:57,560 AND YOU'RE... 43 00:01:57,584 --> 00:02:00,196 YOU'RE SORT OF... 44 00:02:00,220 --> 00:02:03,199 YOU DON'T HAVE A COLOR, ALEX. 45 00:02:03,223 --> 00:02:05,234 LOOK, THIS IS A SIMPLE 46 00:02:05,258 --> 00:02:07,403 REPUBLICAN HEROES COLORING BOOK. 47 00:02:07,427 --> 00:02:08,938 NOW, THE ONLY COLORS THAT SHOULD BE USED 48 00:02:08,962 --> 00:02:10,173 FOR HAIR IN THIS BOOK 49 00:02:10,197 --> 00:02:13,209 ARE BROWN, BLACK, RED, BLOND, 50 00:02:13,233 --> 00:02:14,944 AND BALD. 51 00:02:14,968 --> 00:02:16,979 ALL RIGHT, ANDY, HUMOR HIM. 52 00:02:17,003 --> 00:02:18,314 MAKE THE HAIR BLOND, 53 00:02:18,338 --> 00:02:20,316 BUT PUT IT IN A MOHAWK. 54 00:02:20,340 --> 00:02:21,984 NO, NO, NO, NO, WAIT A MINUTE, WAIT A MINUTE. 55 00:02:22,008 --> 00:02:25,388 YOU'RE NOT GIVING RONALD REAGAN A MOHAWK. 56 00:02:25,412 --> 00:02:28,146 YOU'RE RIGHT. HE'S IN ENOUGH TROUBLE. 57 00:02:31,251 --> 00:02:33,697 OK, TIME FOR BED. 58 00:02:33,721 --> 00:02:35,832 HEY, COME ON. I'LL TAKE YOU UP, HUH? 59 00:02:35,856 --> 00:02:36,933 ALL RIGHT, I'LL BE UP IN A COUPLE MINUTES 60 00:02:36,957 --> 00:02:39,002 TO MAKE SURE YOUR PAJAMAS MATCH. KISS. 61 00:02:39,026 --> 00:02:40,026 THANK YOU. 62 00:02:41,394 --> 00:02:42,538 BYE. 63 00:02:42,562 --> 00:02:44,040 GOOD NIGHT, MALLORY. 64 00:02:44,064 --> 00:02:45,541 GOOD NIGHT, ANDY. 65 00:02:45,565 --> 00:02:48,678 UGH. THESE NIGHTS MOM AND DAD GO OUT ARE TOUGH. 66 00:02:48,702 --> 00:02:49,679 I THINK IT'S SWEET. 67 00:02:49,703 --> 00:02:51,247 IT'S NICE FOR THEM TO GET OUT. 68 00:02:51,271 --> 00:02:52,848 YOU KNOW, ONCE A WEEK MEETING DOWNTOWN 69 00:02:52,872 --> 00:02:54,684 FOR DINNER OR A MOVIE, JUST THE TWO OF THEM. 70 00:02:54,708 --> 00:02:57,454 IT'S THE KIND OF THING THAT KEEPS THEM SO CLOSE. 71 00:02:57,478 --> 00:02:59,856 I'M NOT SAYING YOU'RE NOT ENTITLED TO AN OPINION. 72 00:02:59,880 --> 00:03:02,459 I'M JUST SAYING THAT I HAVE TO QUESTION 73 00:03:02,483 --> 00:03:05,127 THE DEPTH OF ANYONE WHO DOESN'T LIKE THAT MOVIE. 74 00:03:05,151 --> 00:03:06,295 THAT'S ALL. 75 00:03:06,319 --> 00:03:07,931 I SEE. 76 00:03:07,955 --> 00:03:09,298 WHAT MOVIE DID YOU GO TO? 77 00:03:09,322 --> 00:03:10,967 OUT OF AFRICA. 78 00:03:10,991 --> 00:03:12,168 YOU LIKED IT, MOM? 79 00:03:12,192 --> 00:03:15,005 OH, OH, IT WAS BEAUTIFUL. 80 00:03:15,029 --> 00:03:16,673 I LAUGHED. I CRIED. 81 00:03:16,697 --> 00:03:20,710 I WAS TRANSPORTED TO ANOTHER TIME AND PLACE. 82 00:03:20,734 --> 00:03:21,944 DAD? 83 00:03:21,968 --> 00:03:23,379 REMEMBER UNCLE EDDIE'S SLIDES 84 00:03:23,403 --> 00:03:26,082 OF HIS TRIP TO AFRICA? 85 00:03:26,106 --> 00:03:27,884 SURE. 86 00:03:27,908 --> 00:03:28,985 SAME THING. 87 00:03:29,009 --> 00:03:30,820 EXCEPT INSTEAD OF UNCLE EDDIE AND AUNT RHODA, 88 00:03:30,844 --> 00:03:34,057 THIS HAD ROBERT REDFORD AND MERYL STREEP. 89 00:03:34,081 --> 00:03:37,394 I'M SO SICK OF YOU PUTTING DOWN MERYL STREEP. 90 00:03:37,418 --> 00:03:40,919 I'M SICK OF YOU PUTTING DOWN AUNT RHODA. 91 00:03:43,123 --> 00:03:46,002 OK, LOOK, BEFORE THIS GETS ENTIRELY OUT OF HAND, 92 00:03:46,026 --> 00:03:48,304 LET'S NOT FORGET THE FILMS THAT WE HAVE BOTH LOVED 93 00:03:48,328 --> 00:03:49,605 OVER THE YEARS. 94 00:03:49,629 --> 00:03:50,773 GOOD IDEA. 95 00:03:50,797 --> 00:03:52,397 GONE WITH THE WIND. 96 00:03:53,466 --> 00:03:55,111 ANNIE HALL. 97 00:03:55,135 --> 00:03:58,114 IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE. ADAM'S RIB. 98 00:03:58,138 --> 00:04:01,184 IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT. CASABLANCA. 99 00:04:01,208 --> 00:04:03,619 E.T. 100 00:04:03,643 --> 00:04:05,121 PHONE HOME. PHONE HOME. 101 00:04:05,145 --> 00:04:06,622 PHONE HOME. PHONE HOME. 102 00:04:06,646 --> 00:04:08,146 COME ON. 103 00:04:09,316 --> 00:04:10,749 WELL, THEY SEEM HAPPY. 104 00:04:12,319 --> 00:04:14,731 OH, KIDS, KIDS, KIDS, I ALMOST FORGOT. 105 00:04:14,755 --> 00:04:16,199 I'VE GOT BIG NEWS FOR YOU. 106 00:04:16,223 --> 00:04:17,700 WHAT? WHAT IS IT, DAD? 107 00:04:17,724 --> 00:04:20,203 THE STATION HAS DECIDED TO AWARD A SCHOLARSHIP 108 00:04:20,227 --> 00:04:22,605 IN INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ANY FIELD. 109 00:04:22,629 --> 00:04:24,006 NOW, THE COMPETITION IS OPEN 110 00:04:24,030 --> 00:04:26,743 ONLY TO CHILDREN OF WKS EMPLOYEES. 111 00:04:26,767 --> 00:04:29,179 HOW MUCH MONEY WILL I WIN? 112 00:04:29,203 --> 00:04:30,980 THE ACTUAL AWARD IS $2,500, 113 00:04:31,004 --> 00:04:32,482 BUT THERE'S NO GUARANTEEING YOU'LL WIN. 114 00:04:32,506 --> 00:04:35,551 NOW, WE EXPECT TO HAVE OVER 100 APPLICANTS. 115 00:04:35,575 --> 00:04:37,653 UH, COULD I GET THAT IN ONE LUMP SUM? 116 00:04:37,677 --> 00:04:38,988 OR CAN I HAVE SOME OF IT DEFERRED 117 00:04:39,012 --> 00:04:41,124 TO THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR? 118 00:04:41,148 --> 00:04:43,727 WHY DON'T YOU JUST HAVE YOUR BUSINESS MANAGER GIVE US A CALL. 119 00:04:43,751 --> 00:04:44,728 THANKS. 120 00:04:44,752 --> 00:04:46,029 I HAVE ONE HERE FOR YOU, TOO, MAL. 121 00:04:46,053 --> 00:04:47,196 HUH? 122 00:04:47,220 --> 00:04:48,297 YOU'RE ELIGIBLE... 123 00:04:48,321 --> 00:04:50,066 YOU'RE 19, YOU'RE IN COLLEGE. 124 00:04:50,090 --> 00:04:51,923 YEAH, MAL. GO AHEAD, APPLY. 125 00:04:54,928 --> 00:04:56,706 THANKS, ALEX. 126 00:04:56,730 --> 00:04:58,841 NO, I'M SERIOUS, MAL. APPLY. APPLY. 127 00:04:58,865 --> 00:05:00,176 THERE'S NOTHING IN HERE 128 00:05:00,200 --> 00:05:02,979 THAT SAYS YOU HAVE TO BE GOING TO A REAL COLLEGE. 129 00:05:03,003 --> 00:05:04,614 ALEX, DON'T WORRY. I HAVE NO INTENTION 130 00:05:04,638 --> 00:05:06,916 OF APPLYING FOR THIS SILLY LITTLE SCHOLARSHIP. 131 00:05:06,940 --> 00:05:07,917 OH, WHY NOT, MAL? 132 00:05:07,941 --> 00:05:09,118 IT'S OPEN TO EVERYONE. 133 00:05:09,142 --> 00:05:11,454 NOW, IT'S NOT JUST FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT. 134 00:05:11,478 --> 00:05:12,889 ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, ANYONE. 135 00:05:12,913 --> 00:05:14,024 NO. THANKS ANYWAY, DAD. 136 00:05:14,048 --> 00:05:15,414 WELL. 137 00:05:16,583 --> 00:05:18,627 I WONDER IF I COULD HAVE THIS DEPOSITED 138 00:05:18,651 --> 00:05:21,086 DIRECTLY INTO MY SWISS ACCOUNT. 139 00:05:22,622 --> 00:05:23,766 ALEX, I AM NOT WRITING 140 00:05:23,790 --> 00:05:25,101 A LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION FOR YOU. 141 00:05:25,125 --> 00:05:27,303 COME ON. JEN, LOOK, I NEED A RECOMMENDATION 142 00:05:27,327 --> 00:05:30,173 FROM SOMEONE OTHER THAN MY PARENTS WHO KNOWS ME AND LIKES ME. 143 00:05:30,197 --> 00:05:32,430 I SEE YOUR PROBLEM. 144 00:05:33,934 --> 00:05:35,078 WHAT'S IT FOR, ANYWAY? 145 00:05:35,102 --> 00:05:36,145 SOMETHING WHERE IF YOU WIN, 146 00:05:36,169 --> 00:05:38,048 YOU LEAVE HOME, I HOPE. 147 00:05:38,072 --> 00:05:39,849 IT'S A SCHOLARSHIP FROM YOUR FATHER'S STATION. 148 00:05:39,873 --> 00:05:41,851 NOW WILL YOU WRITE IT, PLEASE? 149 00:05:41,875 --> 00:05:42,986 WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO SAY? 150 00:05:43,010 --> 00:05:43,987 OH, I DON'T KNOW. 151 00:05:44,011 --> 00:05:45,455 JUST, UH, JUST THE USUAL STUFF. 152 00:05:45,479 --> 00:05:46,989 YOU KNOW, BRIGHT, ELEGANT, 153 00:05:47,013 --> 00:05:48,190 BRILLIANT, CHARMING. 154 00:05:48,214 --> 00:05:51,995 I GOT A FORM LETTER UPSTAIRS YOU CAN FOLLOW THAT. 155 00:05:52,019 --> 00:05:53,262 THIS IS INTERESTING. 156 00:05:53,286 --> 00:05:54,998 LOOK WHAT HE HAS DOWN FOR CAREER GOAL. 157 00:05:55,022 --> 00:05:57,967 "WORLD DOMINATION." 158 00:05:57,991 --> 00:05:59,836 THAT'S OUR BOY. 159 00:05:59,860 --> 00:06:03,306 IT SAYS IT'S OPEN TO ALL WKS EMPLOYEES' CHILDREN. 160 00:06:03,330 --> 00:06:04,574 IS MALLORY APPLYING? 161 00:06:04,598 --> 00:06:07,110 NO, AND SHE JUST DOESN'T SEEM INTERESTED, EITHER. 162 00:06:07,134 --> 00:06:08,678 HI. 163 00:06:08,702 --> 00:06:11,080 MALLORY, I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'RE NOT GOING TO APPLY 164 00:06:11,104 --> 00:06:12,081 FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP. 165 00:06:12,105 --> 00:06:13,516 IT'S SEEMS RIGHT UP YOUR ALLEY. 166 00:06:13,540 --> 00:06:14,951 JEN, WHAT WOULD BE THE POINT? 167 00:06:14,975 --> 00:06:16,853 I CAN'T COMPETE WITH ALEX. 168 00:06:16,877 --> 00:06:17,954 WHY NOT? 169 00:06:17,978 --> 00:06:19,122 YOU'RE AS GOOD IN FASHION 170 00:06:19,146 --> 00:06:20,290 AS HE IS IN MONEY-HOARDING 171 00:06:20,314 --> 00:06:22,980 OR WHATEVER IT IS HE DOES. 172 00:06:24,184 --> 00:06:25,461 I SAVED THE OTHER APPLICATION. 173 00:06:25,485 --> 00:06:27,029 IT'S UPSTAIRS ON MY BUREAU. 174 00:06:27,053 --> 00:06:28,431 I'LL GET IT. 175 00:06:28,455 --> 00:06:30,166 JEN... 176 00:06:30,190 --> 00:06:33,603 MOM, I DON'T THINK IT'S SUCH A GOOD IDEA IF I ENTER. 177 00:06:33,627 --> 00:06:35,972 I DON'T WANT TO PRESSURE YOU INTO ANYTHING, 178 00:06:35,996 --> 00:06:39,008 BUT I'VE JUST SEEN YOU COME SO FAR THIS YEAR, 179 00:06:39,032 --> 00:06:42,479 YOU KNOW, YOU'VE JUST GROWN SO MUCH. 180 00:06:42,503 --> 00:06:43,813 WHY DON'T YOU TAKE A CHANCE? 181 00:06:43,837 --> 00:06:46,750 YOU KNOW, JUST TAKE A RISK. 182 00:06:46,774 --> 00:06:48,251 THIS IS CRAZY. 183 00:06:48,275 --> 00:06:49,485 I'M NOT GOING TO WIN, MOM. 184 00:06:49,509 --> 00:06:52,856 I'M NOT GOOD AT THESE KINDS OF COMPETITIONS. 185 00:06:52,880 --> 00:06:54,324 IT'S EASY TO SIT ON THE SIDELINES 186 00:06:54,348 --> 00:06:55,791 AND NOT TAKE A CHANCE. 187 00:06:55,815 --> 00:06:58,661 YOU KNOW, YOU'RE SAFE THERE. YOU WON'T GET HURT. 188 00:06:58,685 --> 00:07:00,163 BUT IF YOU DO THAT, 189 00:07:00,187 --> 00:07:03,032 YOU'LL NEVER KNOW HOW GOOD YOU COULD BE. 190 00:07:03,056 --> 00:07:06,603 YOU KNOW, I DO HAVE THIS IDEA FOR A LINE OF CLOTHING 191 00:07:06,627 --> 00:07:09,038 FOR WOMEN IN THE BUSINESS WORLD. 192 00:07:09,062 --> 00:07:10,540 IT SOUNDS INTERESTING. 193 00:07:10,564 --> 00:07:12,074 OH, I DON'T KNOW, MOM. 194 00:07:12,098 --> 00:07:14,176 ALEX WILL LAUGH AT ME. 195 00:07:14,200 --> 00:07:15,645 HE'S NOT GOING TO LAUGH AT YOU. 196 00:07:15,669 --> 00:07:18,548 HE'LL RESPECT YOU FOR TAKING A CHANCE. 197 00:07:18,572 --> 00:07:20,049 ALEX, GUESS WHAT. 198 00:07:20,073 --> 00:07:22,573 I'M THINKING OF APPLYING FOR THE WKS SCHOLARSHIP. 199 00:07:29,882 --> 00:07:31,316 I'M SORRY. 200 00:07:33,620 --> 00:07:34,664 HEY, MOM, WHERE'S MAL? 201 00:07:34,688 --> 00:07:37,100 UPSTAIRS WORKING ON HER FASHION PROJECT. 202 00:07:37,124 --> 00:07:39,769 SHE'S REALLY GOING THROUGH WITH THIS THING HUH? 203 00:07:39,793 --> 00:07:41,470 YES, SHE IS. 204 00:07:41,494 --> 00:07:43,973 AND IT TOOK A LOT OF COURAGE FOR HER TO ENTER THIS COMPETITION, TOO. 205 00:07:43,997 --> 00:07:45,808 YOU KNOW, I THINK SHE DESERVES OUR SUPPORT. 206 00:07:45,832 --> 00:07:47,309 SHE IS YOUR SISTER. 207 00:07:47,333 --> 00:07:48,477 YEAH, WELL, THAT MAY BE TRUE 208 00:07:48,501 --> 00:07:50,146 FROM A STRAIGHT, GENETIC VIEWPOINT, 209 00:07:50,170 --> 00:07:52,682 BUT I'VE HAD TO PUT A LID 210 00:07:52,706 --> 00:07:55,151 ON ALL THE WARM, BROTHERLY FEELINGS 211 00:07:55,175 --> 00:07:57,353 THAT WOULD OTHERWISE SHOW THROUGH. 212 00:07:57,377 --> 00:08:00,189 THAT MUST BE A STRUGGLE FOR YOU. 213 00:08:00,213 --> 00:08:01,658 MALLORY AND I ARE IN COMPETITION. 214 00:08:01,682 --> 00:08:03,092 THE MOMENT SHE ENTERED THIS, 215 00:08:03,116 --> 00:08:05,695 SHE CEASED TO BE MY SISTER AND BECAME MY RIVAL. 216 00:08:05,719 --> 00:08:08,398 WE ARE TECHNICALLY AT WAR. 217 00:08:08,422 --> 00:08:10,502 SO REALLY, NOTHING'S CHANGED. 218 00:08:13,693 --> 00:08:14,837 HI, ALEX. 219 00:08:14,861 --> 00:08:17,340 HEY... HEY, MAL. 220 00:08:17,364 --> 00:08:20,943 EXCUSE ME, MAL. I'M WORKING ON MY PROJECT HERE. 221 00:08:20,967 --> 00:08:22,445 WE ARE IN COMPETITION. 222 00:08:22,469 --> 00:08:25,515 I DON'T THINK IT'S RIGHT FOR YOU TO BE SNOOPING AROUND. 223 00:08:25,539 --> 00:08:27,783 JEN, COME OVER HERE AND LOOK AT THESE THINGS. 224 00:08:27,807 --> 00:08:29,752 I CAN'T BELIEVE HOW GREAT MY DESIGNS ARE COMING OUT. 225 00:08:29,776 --> 00:08:31,153 LET ME SEE. 226 00:08:31,177 --> 00:08:32,777 I MEAN, LOOK AT THIS SLEEVE. 227 00:08:33,880 --> 00:08:34,946 OOH. 228 00:08:36,216 --> 00:08:38,127 WHICH DO YOU LIKE BETTER, THIS OR THIS? 229 00:08:38,151 --> 00:08:39,295 OH, DEFINITELY THIS ONE. 230 00:08:39,319 --> 00:08:40,363 OK. GREAT. 231 00:08:40,387 --> 00:08:41,797 STEP UP HERE. 232 00:08:41,821 --> 00:08:44,933 AND I'LL SHOW YOU WHAT IT'S GOING TO LOOK LIKE. 233 00:08:44,957 --> 00:08:47,470 YOU KNOW, MALLORY, AS WE SPEAK, THE OTHER APPLICANTS 234 00:08:47,494 --> 00:08:49,539 ARE WORKING ON THEIR PROJECTS. 235 00:08:49,563 --> 00:08:52,475 THERE ARE COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENTS CREATING SOFTWARE, 236 00:08:52,499 --> 00:08:55,478 BIOLOGY STUDENTS DISCOVERING ENZYMES, 237 00:08:55,502 --> 00:08:59,315 BRILLIANT ECONOMICS WIZARDS COMPLETELY RESTRUCTURING 238 00:08:59,339 --> 00:09:01,317 THIS COUNTRY'S MONETARY SYSTEM. 239 00:09:01,341 --> 00:09:02,985 DO YOU REALLY EXPECT TO TRIUMPH 240 00:09:03,009 --> 00:09:04,487 OVER THAT KIND OF COMPETITION 241 00:09:04,511 --> 00:09:08,045 SIMPLY BY DRAPING A BLANKET OVER JENNIFER? 242 00:09:10,617 --> 00:09:12,495 NOBODY ASKED YOU, ALEX. 243 00:09:12,519 --> 00:09:14,263 ALL RIGHT. OK. HEY, SORRY. 244 00:09:14,287 --> 00:09:15,498 JUST TRYING TO BRACE YOU 245 00:09:15,522 --> 00:09:17,900 FOR THE HUGE AND INEVITABLE DISAPPOINTMENT 246 00:09:17,924 --> 00:09:19,469 THAT'S COMING YOUR WAY. 247 00:09:19,493 --> 00:09:20,903 I'LL TELL YOU SOMETHING, ALEX. 248 00:09:20,927 --> 00:09:23,840 FOR 19 YEARS, I'VE WATCHED YOU WIN EVERYTHING 249 00:09:23,864 --> 00:09:25,441 WITH NO HOPE OF COMPETING WITH YOU. 250 00:09:25,465 --> 00:09:27,276 IT WOULD BE EASY FOR ME TO SAY, 251 00:09:27,300 --> 00:09:29,278 "FORGET IT, MALLORY. YOU'LL ALWAYS BE SECOND-RATE." 252 00:09:29,302 --> 00:09:30,813 BUT I REFUSE TO DO THAT. 253 00:09:30,837 --> 00:09:32,448 I HAVE DECIDED THAT NO MATTER WHAT YOU SAY, 254 00:09:32,472 --> 00:09:34,450 I'M GOING TO KEEP TRYING. 255 00:09:34,474 --> 00:09:38,476 'CAUSE IF I DON'T, I MAY AS WELL JUST ROLL OVER AND PLAY DEAD. 256 00:09:41,748 --> 00:09:43,192 GOOD GOING, ALEX. 257 00:09:43,216 --> 00:09:45,828 I HOPE YOU'RE REAL PROUD OF YOURSELF. 258 00:09:45,852 --> 00:09:48,798 YOU JUST MADE MALLORY FEEL COMPLETELY WORTHLESS. 259 00:09:48,822 --> 00:09:51,289 I DON'T EVEN WANT TO BE IN THE SAME ROOM WITH YOU. 260 00:09:58,899 --> 00:10:01,332 COULD YOU UNPIN ME, PLEASE? 261 00:10:07,006 --> 00:10:08,150 OK, ALEX, WE BETTER GET GOING. 262 00:10:08,174 --> 00:10:09,151 THE INTERVIEW STARTS IN HALF AN HOUR. 263 00:10:09,175 --> 00:10:10,319 YEAH, ALL RIGHT, DAD. 264 00:10:10,343 --> 00:10:12,388 JUST GOING OVER SOME LAST-MINUTE NOTES HERE. 265 00:10:12,412 --> 00:10:14,323 "THANK YOU. THANK YOU. 266 00:10:14,347 --> 00:10:16,325 "YOU ARE TOO KIND. 267 00:10:16,349 --> 00:10:18,827 PLEASE STOP." 268 00:10:18,851 --> 00:10:20,162 ALL RIGHT. I'M READY. 269 00:10:20,186 --> 00:10:21,831 I'LL JUST PUT THESE IN THE U-HAUL 270 00:10:21,855 --> 00:10:24,100 WITH YOUR OTHER BOOKS AND CHARTS. 271 00:10:24,124 --> 00:10:26,736 OH, DAD, DID YOU GET THAT BOX OF 3-D GLASSES? 272 00:10:26,760 --> 00:10:28,504 RIGHT HERE. 273 00:10:28,528 --> 00:10:30,061 GOOD STUFF. 274 00:10:31,698 --> 00:10:33,008 OH, HEY, MAL. 275 00:10:33,032 --> 00:10:34,610 IS ALL THAT STUFF FOR YOUR PRESENTATION? 276 00:10:34,634 --> 00:10:36,111 UH, YEAH. 277 00:10:36,135 --> 00:10:37,613 YOU WANT SOME HELP? 278 00:10:37,637 --> 00:10:38,947 NO. THANKS. 279 00:10:38,971 --> 00:10:40,449 ARE YOU SURE? 280 00:10:40,473 --> 00:10:44,453 YES. I CAN HANDLE IT PERFECTLY WELL ON MY OWN. 281 00:10:44,477 --> 00:10:45,954 AH! OK, LOOK... 282 00:10:45,978 --> 00:10:49,578 IT'S FINE, ALEX. EVERYTHING'S UNDER CONTROL. 283 00:10:49,849 --> 00:10:51,360 DID YOU MAKE THIS? 284 00:10:51,384 --> 00:10:52,528 YES. 285 00:10:52,552 --> 00:10:55,464 IF I WERE... IF I WERE A WOMAN... 286 00:10:55,488 --> 00:10:57,422 AND HAD A BETTER FIGURE... 287 00:10:58,658 --> 00:11:01,603 I'D BE CLAMORING AFTER THIS. 288 00:11:01,627 --> 00:11:04,240 I TRIED TO DESIGN A LINE OF CLOTHING 289 00:11:04,264 --> 00:11:05,641 FOR THE WORKING WOMAN. 290 00:11:05,665 --> 00:11:08,144 'CAUSE WOMEN HAVE A HARD TIME BEING TAKEN SERIOUSLY 291 00:11:08,168 --> 00:11:09,779 IN THE BUSINESS WORLD. 292 00:11:09,803 --> 00:11:14,384 WOMEN NOT BEING TAKEN SERIOUSLY? GOD KNOWS WHY. 293 00:11:14,408 --> 00:11:15,651 SO I DESIGNED A LINE OF CLOTHING 294 00:11:15,675 --> 00:11:17,820 THAT WOMEN CAN WEAR IN A MAN'S WORLD 295 00:11:17,844 --> 00:11:20,790 WITHOUT HIDING THE FACT THAT SHE'S A WOMAN. 296 00:11:20,814 --> 00:11:21,958 THIS IS GREAT. 297 00:11:21,982 --> 00:11:23,659 YOU, UH, YOU SAW A DEMAND IN THE MARKET 298 00:11:23,683 --> 00:11:24,994 AND YOU SET OUT TO FILL IT. 299 00:11:25,018 --> 00:11:26,396 THAT IS GOOD BUSINESS. 300 00:11:26,420 --> 00:11:29,498 HEY, THESE SKETCHES AREN'T BAD, EITHER... 301 00:11:29,522 --> 00:11:31,967 ATTRACTIVE, PROFESSIONAL. 302 00:11:31,991 --> 00:11:33,336 THANKS, ALEX. 303 00:11:33,360 --> 00:11:35,103 ALTHOUGH YOU COULD HAVE SHOWN 304 00:11:35,127 --> 00:11:37,506 A LITTLE MORE LEG ON THIS ONE. 305 00:11:37,530 --> 00:11:39,742 I'M KIDDING. I'M KIDDING. THESE ARE GREAT. 306 00:11:39,766 --> 00:11:41,344 THANKS. 307 00:11:41,368 --> 00:11:43,946 I'M SURE YOUR PRESENTATION IS REALLY GREAT, TOO. 308 00:11:43,970 --> 00:11:46,181 YEAH, IT IS. YOU WANT TO HEAR IT? 309 00:11:46,205 --> 00:11:48,117 NO. 310 00:11:48,141 --> 00:11:50,119 GOOD LUCK, ALEX. 311 00:11:50,143 --> 00:11:51,454 YEAH. 312 00:11:51,478 --> 00:11:53,411 GOOD LUCK TO YOU, MAL. 313 00:12:02,155 --> 00:12:04,867 AHH, I JUST POPPED IN TO SEE IF YOU HAD YOUR INTERVIEW YET? 314 00:12:04,891 --> 00:12:05,968 NO. 315 00:12:05,992 --> 00:12:06,969 I'M SURE YOU'LL DO GREAT. 316 00:12:06,993 --> 00:12:08,471 WHERE'S ALEX? 317 00:12:08,495 --> 00:12:10,928 HA HA HA HA! 318 00:12:15,769 --> 00:12:16,979 AHH. 319 00:12:17,003 --> 00:12:19,481 WELL, UH, STOP BY MY OFFICE WHEN YOU'RE DONE 320 00:12:19,505 --> 00:12:20,850 AND YOU CAN TELL ME ALL ABOUT IT. 321 00:12:20,874 --> 00:12:22,318 OK. 322 00:12:22,342 --> 00:12:23,652 GOOD LUCK. 323 00:12:23,676 --> 00:12:24,820 THANKS. 324 00:12:24,844 --> 00:12:26,822 HA HA HA HA! 325 00:12:26,846 --> 00:12:28,524 BRAVO! BRAVO! 326 00:12:28,548 --> 00:12:29,758 BRAVO! 327 00:12:29,782 --> 00:12:31,260 YOU'RE TOO KIND. 328 00:12:31,284 --> 00:12:33,262 PLEASE STOP. 329 00:12:33,286 --> 00:12:34,763 HA HA HA HA! 330 00:12:34,787 --> 00:12:35,886 THANKS. 331 00:12:37,123 --> 00:12:40,002 YOUR PRESENTATION WAS AMAZING, ALEX, 332 00:12:40,026 --> 00:12:41,670 AND THE EFFECTS WERE INCREDIBLE. 333 00:12:41,694 --> 00:12:44,974 WHEN THAT DOLLAR BILL STARTED SPINNING OUT TOWARDS ME, 334 00:12:44,998 --> 00:12:47,398 I JUMPED OUT OF MY SEAT. 335 00:12:49,802 --> 00:12:51,013 MALLORY? 336 00:12:51,037 --> 00:12:52,281 WHAT? 337 00:12:52,305 --> 00:12:53,649 WE'RE READY FOR YOU. 338 00:12:53,673 --> 00:12:54,738 OH. 339 00:12:55,975 --> 00:12:58,743 HEY, COME ON, MAL. YOU'RE NEXT. 340 00:13:00,213 --> 00:13:01,746 ALL RIGHT. 341 00:13:03,483 --> 00:13:05,183 OH, HEY, MAL? 342 00:13:06,653 --> 00:13:08,119 KNOCK 'EM DEAD. 343 00:13:09,189 --> 00:13:10,254 THANKS. 344 00:13:14,027 --> 00:13:16,338 MALLORY, WE ALL FOUND YOUR APPLICATION 345 00:13:16,362 --> 00:13:17,473 VERY INTERESTING. 346 00:13:17,497 --> 00:13:19,241 THANK YOU. 347 00:13:19,265 --> 00:13:21,643 AND WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION. 348 00:13:21,667 --> 00:13:22,945 YOU MAY BEGIN. 349 00:13:22,969 --> 00:13:26,649 WELL, A LOT OF PEOPLE THINK FASHION IS SILLY, 350 00:13:26,673 --> 00:13:28,150 BUT IT'S NOT. 351 00:13:28,174 --> 00:13:31,086 IT REFLECTS SOCIAL VALUES, AND MORE IMPORTANTLY, 352 00:13:31,110 --> 00:13:32,922 SOMETIMES DETERMINES THEM. 353 00:13:32,946 --> 00:13:34,056 HOW SO? 354 00:13:34,080 --> 00:13:36,091 WELL, IN THE BUSINESS WORLD, 355 00:13:36,115 --> 00:13:40,095 THE, UH, TRADITIONAL MAN'S DARK SUIT... 356 00:13:40,119 --> 00:13:44,600 WHICH... SORRY... PERSONALLY, I FIND A LITTLE BORING. 357 00:13:44,624 --> 00:13:46,023 UM... 358 00:13:47,694 --> 00:13:52,341 KEEPS IT A MALE-DOMINATED WORLD 359 00:13:52,365 --> 00:13:54,677 BECAUSE IN ORDER FOR A WOMAN TO FIT IN, 360 00:13:54,701 --> 00:13:58,014 SHE HAS TO PRETEND SHE'S A MAN AND DRESS LIKE ONE. 361 00:13:58,038 --> 00:13:59,237 HEAR, HEAR! 362 00:14:02,008 --> 00:14:04,954 AND I ALSO THINK IF PEOPLE DRESSED MORE COMFORTABLY, 363 00:14:04,978 --> 00:14:07,290 THEY... THEY COULD IMPROVE THEIR EFFICIENCY. 364 00:14:07,314 --> 00:14:09,792 SO, I'VE DESIGNED A LINE OF CLOTHING 365 00:14:09,816 --> 00:14:11,794 FOR THE WORKING WOMAN... 366 00:14:11,818 --> 00:14:14,630 COMFORTABLE, AUTHORITATIVE, 367 00:14:14,654 --> 00:14:16,632 AND YET, STILL FEMININE. 368 00:14:16,656 --> 00:14:18,167 OH! WONDERFUL! 369 00:14:18,191 --> 00:14:21,203 IF YOU'LL REFER TO MY CHART ON DEMOGRAPHICS... 370 00:14:21,227 --> 00:14:23,027 OH! WONDERFUL. 371 00:14:24,164 --> 00:14:26,642 AND SO, AS YOU CAN SEE, 372 00:14:26,666 --> 00:14:29,912 THIS COLOR DOES MORE FOR HER COMPLEXION AND MOOD. 373 00:14:29,936 --> 00:14:32,782 NOT THAT IT'S BETTER THAN WHAT YOU'RE WEARING ALREADY. 374 00:14:32,806 --> 00:14:35,039 NO, IT'S MUCH BETTER. 375 00:14:39,045 --> 00:14:40,823 AW. 376 00:14:40,847 --> 00:14:43,492 MRS. SIMPSON, DON'T YOU JUST FEEL GREAT IN THIS FABRIC? 377 00:14:43,516 --> 00:14:45,160 OH, YES! 378 00:14:45,184 --> 00:14:48,497 SEE? THAT'S WHAT I'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT. 379 00:14:48,521 --> 00:14:51,200 FASHION REALLY DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE. 380 00:14:51,224 --> 00:14:53,035 YES. BRAVO, MALLORY. GREAT. 381 00:14:53,059 --> 00:14:54,303 WONDERFUL. 382 00:14:54,327 --> 00:14:56,271 WONDERFUL. 383 00:14:56,295 --> 00:14:58,229 HA HA HA! 384 00:15:04,004 --> 00:15:06,282 UH, MR. WERTZ. 385 00:15:06,306 --> 00:15:08,784 UH, SO, WHAT'S THE GOOD WORD? 386 00:15:08,808 --> 00:15:11,120 YOUR SISTER GAVE A SPLENDID INTERVIEW, ALEX. 387 00:15:11,144 --> 00:15:13,456 OH, REALLY? REALLY? GREAT. GOOD. 388 00:15:13,480 --> 00:15:16,259 HEY, THAT IS A NICE COLOR ON YOU. 389 00:15:16,283 --> 00:15:17,426 ISN'T IT, THOUGH? 390 00:15:17,450 --> 00:15:19,495 YOUR SISTER SUGGESTED IT. 391 00:15:19,519 --> 00:15:20,596 I GUESSED THAT. 392 00:15:20,620 --> 00:15:21,898 SHE'S WONDERFUL. 393 00:15:21,922 --> 00:15:24,267 SHE'S STILL IN THERE CHATTING WITH SOME OF THE PANEL. 394 00:15:24,291 --> 00:15:25,468 OH, GOOD. YEAH. 395 00:15:25,492 --> 00:15:27,970 UH, SO, HOW MANY... HOW MANY APPLICANTS 396 00:15:27,994 --> 00:15:29,305 DO YOU HAVE LEFT TO INTERVIEW? 397 00:15:29,329 --> 00:15:31,140 NONE. YOU TWO WERE THE LAST ONES. 398 00:15:31,164 --> 00:15:32,642 AH, SO YOU'LL BE AWARDING 399 00:15:32,666 --> 00:15:34,477 THAT SCHOLARSHIP PRETTY SOON, HUH? 400 00:15:34,501 --> 00:15:36,879 WELL, WE HAVEN'T VOTED OFFICIALLY YET... 401 00:15:36,903 --> 00:15:38,613 YEAH, BUT YOU KNOW, RIGHT? 402 00:15:38,637 --> 00:15:39,748 WELL... 403 00:15:39,772 --> 00:15:41,550 COME ON, MR. WERTZ. 404 00:15:41,574 --> 00:15:44,053 HONESTLY, ALEX, YOU'RE LIKE A KID ON CHRISTMAS EVE. 405 00:15:44,077 --> 00:15:45,554 I KNOW, I KNOW, I KNOW, I KNOW. 406 00:15:45,578 --> 00:15:48,657 BUT, LOOK, I'M GOING TO FIND OUT LATER ON TODAY ANYWAY, RIGHT? 407 00:15:48,681 --> 00:15:50,114 I SUPPOSE THAT'S TRUE. 408 00:15:52,818 --> 00:15:53,795 CONGRATULATIONS, ALEX. 409 00:15:53,819 --> 00:15:55,797 YOU WON THE WKS SCHOLARSHIP. 410 00:15:55,821 --> 00:15:56,998 YES! 411 00:15:57,022 --> 00:15:58,500 THANK YOU. THANK YOU, MR. WERTZ. 412 00:15:58,524 --> 00:15:59,501 THANK YOU. 413 00:15:59,525 --> 00:16:00,502 YOU DESERVE IT. 414 00:16:00,526 --> 00:16:02,171 JUST REMEMBER TO LOOK SURPRISED 415 00:16:02,195 --> 00:16:03,627 WHEN YOU FIND OUT. 416 00:16:07,133 --> 00:16:08,610 HEY, MR. WERTZ. 417 00:16:08,634 --> 00:16:10,746 UH, JUST, UH, JUST OUT OF CURIOSITY, 418 00:16:10,770 --> 00:16:13,382 HOW DID MALLORY FINISH IN THE RUNNING? 419 00:16:13,406 --> 00:16:14,616 SHE WAS OUR SECOND CHOICE, 420 00:16:14,640 --> 00:16:15,618 RIGHT AFTER YOU. 421 00:16:15,642 --> 00:16:18,020 OH... 422 00:16:18,044 --> 00:16:21,123 WELL, THOSE ARE THE BREAKS, RIGHT? 423 00:16:21,147 --> 00:16:22,625 WELL, I'D BETTER BE GETTING BACK IN. 424 00:16:22,649 --> 00:16:23,792 CONGRATULATIONS, ALEX. 425 00:16:23,816 --> 00:16:25,249 THANK YOU. 426 00:16:31,858 --> 00:16:34,870 THIS IS GREAT FOR EVENING AND THEN FOR WORK, 427 00:16:34,894 --> 00:16:36,372 OR FOR ANYTHING. 428 00:16:36,396 --> 00:16:37,873 YOU ARE SO TALENTED. 429 00:16:37,897 --> 00:16:40,376 YOU ARE. YOU HAVE LOTS OF GOOD IDEAS. 430 00:16:40,400 --> 00:16:41,880 ALL RIGHT, I'LL BE BACK LATER. 431 00:16:44,604 --> 00:16:46,815 OH, ALEX! ALEX! 432 00:16:46,839 --> 00:16:48,984 IT WAS GREAT! I MEAN, I DID REALLY WELL IN THERE. 433 00:16:49,008 --> 00:16:50,486 I ANSWERED ALL THEIR QUESTIONS, RIGHT? 434 00:16:50,510 --> 00:16:52,321 THEY WERE REALLY IMPRESSED WITH MY PRESENTATION. 435 00:16:52,345 --> 00:16:53,822 I THINK I WAS, TOO. 436 00:16:53,846 --> 00:16:56,592 I THINK I'VE GOT A SHOT AT WINNING THIS SCHOLARSHIP! 437 00:16:56,616 --> 00:16:57,693 MAL, THAT'S TERRIFIC. 438 00:16:57,717 --> 00:16:58,827 THAT'S TERRIFIC. 439 00:16:58,851 --> 00:17:00,328 I AM SO EXCITED I COULD BURST. 440 00:17:00,352 --> 00:17:02,119 I GOT TO GO TELL DAD. I'LL BE RIGHT BACK. 441 00:17:06,526 --> 00:17:08,959 I THOUGHT SHE WAS JUST WONDERFUL. 442 00:17:11,364 --> 00:17:12,463 UH, MR. WERTZ. 443 00:17:13,866 --> 00:17:16,512 WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, SIR, 444 00:17:16,536 --> 00:17:18,914 I'M WITHDRAWING FROM THE COMPETITION. 445 00:17:18,938 --> 00:17:20,249 BUT THAT MEANS... 446 00:17:20,273 --> 00:17:24,208 YEAH. YEAH, I KNOW WHAT IT MEANS. 447 00:17:29,282 --> 00:17:32,294 I WOULDN'T DO THAT IF I WERE YOU. 448 00:17:32,318 --> 00:17:33,829 WHY NOT? 449 00:17:33,853 --> 00:17:35,419 IT'S NOT YOUR MAN. 450 00:17:38,525 --> 00:17:40,469 YO, ALEX. 451 00:17:40,493 --> 00:17:42,571 ALEX, HOW DID YOUR INTERVIEW GO? 452 00:17:42,595 --> 00:17:44,473 OH, FINE, FINE. 453 00:17:44,497 --> 00:17:45,474 WHERE'S MALLORY? 454 00:17:45,498 --> 00:17:46,809 SHE GOT HOME ABOUT AN HOUR AGO. 455 00:17:46,833 --> 00:17:47,810 WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN? 456 00:17:47,834 --> 00:17:50,479 I WAS OUT WALKING. 457 00:17:50,503 --> 00:17:52,081 DO YOU THINK YOU WON? 458 00:17:52,105 --> 00:17:54,883 I DON'T KNOW. HARD TO TELL. 459 00:17:54,907 --> 00:17:56,385 IT'S JUST ANOTHER SCHOLARSHIP. 460 00:17:56,409 --> 00:17:59,843 WHY IS WINNING ALWAYS SO IMPORTANT TO YOU PEOPLE? 461 00:18:03,450 --> 00:18:04,427 HERE IT IS. 462 00:18:04,451 --> 00:18:06,094 IT SAYS WKS RIGHT ON THE ENVELOPE. 463 00:18:06,118 --> 00:18:07,095 HEY, OPEN IT UP, BABE. 464 00:18:07,119 --> 00:18:08,431 I'M AFRAID. YOU OPEN IT. 465 00:18:08,455 --> 00:18:09,432 OH, MALLORY. 466 00:18:09,456 --> 00:18:10,896 I DON'T WANT TO KNOW. 467 00:18:15,127 --> 00:18:16,605 OH! I WON! 468 00:18:20,133 --> 00:18:21,443 I WON! 469 00:18:21,467 --> 00:18:23,400 I WON THE SCHOLARSHIP! 470 00:18:24,470 --> 00:18:25,936 SHE BEAT ALEX. 471 00:18:27,039 --> 00:18:28,784 HEY. 472 00:18:28,808 --> 00:18:31,509 CONGRATULATIONS, MAL. 473 00:18:32,579 --> 00:18:34,090 THANKS, ALEX. 474 00:18:34,114 --> 00:18:36,525 ELYSE, I THINK WE HAVE SOME CHAMPAGNE IN THE BASEMENT. 475 00:18:36,549 --> 00:18:37,859 WHY DON'T WE GO GET IT? 476 00:18:37,883 --> 00:18:39,816 OK. COME ON, GUYS. COME ON. 477 00:18:42,555 --> 00:18:43,555 WELL. 478 00:18:46,059 --> 00:18:49,326 THIS IS THE MOMENT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR. 479 00:18:54,334 --> 00:18:55,766 LET ME HAVE IT. 480 00:18:58,338 --> 00:19:01,105 OH, COME ON, MAL. 481 00:19:03,509 --> 00:19:05,109 DON'T HOLD BACK. 482 00:19:06,179 --> 00:19:07,611 LET'S SEE SOME GLOATING. 483 00:19:09,482 --> 00:19:12,616 YOU KNOW, I'VE WAITED ALL MY LIFE FOR THIS MOMENT. 484 00:19:14,187 --> 00:19:17,166 I IMAGINED IT SO MANY DIFFERENT WAYS. 485 00:19:17,190 --> 00:19:18,767 THAT DAY, FAR IN THE FUTURE, 486 00:19:18,791 --> 00:19:19,935 WHEN I'M IN THE SPOTLIGHT 487 00:19:19,959 --> 00:19:21,639 AND YOU'RE IN THE SHADOW. 488 00:19:22,562 --> 00:19:24,706 I ALWAYS THOUGHT THIS MOMENT 489 00:19:24,730 --> 00:19:26,930 WOULD SOMEHOW OCCUR IN NEW YORK. 490 00:19:27,934 --> 00:19:31,179 YOU'D BE WAITING FOR ME AT SOME SMALL CAFE. 491 00:19:31,203 --> 00:19:33,281 AND I'D COME RUNNING IN BREATHLESS 492 00:19:33,305 --> 00:19:34,816 AND I'D SAY, "LOOK, ALEX, 493 00:19:34,840 --> 00:19:37,285 MY DESIGNS ARE ON THE COVER OF VOGUE." 494 00:19:37,309 --> 00:19:40,188 AND YOU'D SMILE, STAMMER OUT CONGRATULATIONS. 495 00:19:40,212 --> 00:19:43,332 BUT I'D KNOW, THAT UNDERNEATH THAT TOUPEE... 496 00:19:48,420 --> 00:19:51,266 YOU WERE... YOU WERE GREEN WITH ENVY 497 00:19:51,290 --> 00:19:53,924 AND COMPLETELY BALD. 498 00:19:58,597 --> 00:20:00,976 WE'D ENGAGE IN SOME SMALL TALK, 499 00:20:01,000 --> 00:20:03,144 EXCHANGE SOME PLEASANTRIES. 500 00:20:03,168 --> 00:20:05,313 YOU'D TRY TO INTEREST ME 501 00:20:05,337 --> 00:20:07,616 IN SOME SHODDY LAND DEAL. 502 00:20:07,640 --> 00:20:11,152 I'D POLITELY DECLINE, 503 00:20:11,176 --> 00:20:13,121 SAYING, "NO, I HAVE TO HEAD UPTOWN. 504 00:20:13,145 --> 00:20:16,926 BUSINESS, YOU KNOW." 505 00:20:16,950 --> 00:20:19,995 AND I'D TURN TO SIGN SOMEONE'S AUTOGRAPH, RIGHT, 506 00:20:20,019 --> 00:20:21,730 AND I'D SEE SOMEONE WALK UP TO YOU 507 00:20:21,754 --> 00:20:23,999 AND SAY, "AREN'T YOU MALLORY KEATON'S BROTHER? 508 00:20:24,023 --> 00:20:26,457 YOU MUST BE SO PROUD." 509 00:20:28,394 --> 00:20:29,371 SO I'D COME BACK, 510 00:20:29,395 --> 00:20:31,173 AND, I'D... I'D, YOU KNOW... 511 00:20:31,197 --> 00:20:34,509 SHOVE A FEW BUCKS IN YOUR POCKET. 512 00:20:34,533 --> 00:20:37,346 AND I'D RUFFLE MY FINGERS THROUGH YOUR HAIR, 513 00:20:37,370 --> 00:20:39,848 AND SAY GOOD-BYE. 514 00:20:39,872 --> 00:20:42,184 ONLY AFTER I'M HALFWAY UPTOWN 515 00:20:42,208 --> 00:20:44,019 DO I REALIZE THAT 516 00:20:44,043 --> 00:20:47,144 I'VE GOT YOUR TOUPEE IN MY PURSE. 517 00:20:52,385 --> 00:20:54,162 THAT'S QUITE A RICH FANTASY LIFE 518 00:20:54,186 --> 00:20:56,865 YOU GOT THERE, MAL. 519 00:20:56,889 --> 00:20:59,201 AND YOU'RE ENTITLED TO THE COVER OF VOGUE, 520 00:20:59,225 --> 00:21:04,106 BUT, UH... WHY DO I HAVE TO BE BALD? 521 00:21:04,130 --> 00:21:06,308 YOU KNOW, NOW THAT I'M HERE, 522 00:21:06,332 --> 00:21:08,043 NOW THAT I'VE WON, 523 00:21:08,067 --> 00:21:11,479 I DON'T FEEL LIKE GLOATING. 524 00:21:11,503 --> 00:21:13,649 I MEAN, I'M EXCITED FOR ME, 525 00:21:13,673 --> 00:21:16,151 BUT I FEEL BAD FOR YOU. 526 00:21:16,175 --> 00:21:18,987 I KNOW HOW MUCH THESE THINGS MEAN TO YOU. 527 00:21:19,011 --> 00:21:21,111 AND I'M SORRY YOU LOST. 528 00:21:22,848 --> 00:21:24,548 THANKS, MAL. 529 00:21:27,687 --> 00:21:29,498 BUT DON'T FEEL BAD FOR ME. 530 00:21:29,522 --> 00:21:31,166 OK? 531 00:21:31,190 --> 00:21:34,536 BECAUSE I'M HAPPY. 532 00:21:34,560 --> 00:21:36,672 I'M HAPPY FOR YOU. 533 00:21:36,696 --> 00:21:40,008 YOU KNOW, AND MAYBE... MAYBE THIS COULD BE THE START 534 00:21:40,032 --> 00:21:41,912 OF A NEW MALLORY KEATON. 535 00:21:42,735 --> 00:21:45,013 ONE WHO PUSHES HERSELF. 536 00:21:45,037 --> 00:21:46,515 ONE WHO STRIVES. 537 00:21:46,539 --> 00:21:48,350 ONE WHO REACHES FOR THE BRASS RING 538 00:21:48,374 --> 00:21:49,374 AND GETS IT. 539 00:21:51,411 --> 00:21:54,322 AND WHEN THEY ASK ME HOW IT FEELS 540 00:21:54,346 --> 00:21:56,024 TO BE MALLORY KEATON'S BROTHER, 541 00:21:56,048 --> 00:21:59,049 I'M GOING TO SAY, "DAMN PROUD." 542 00:22:00,385 --> 00:22:02,086 THANKS, ALEX. 543 00:22:07,827 --> 00:22:09,760 WHOA. EASY, EASY. 544 00:22:11,463 --> 00:22:12,507 HERE I AM! 545 00:22:12,531 --> 00:22:13,976 YEAH! 546 00:22:14,000 --> 00:22:16,578 YEAH! YAY! 547 00:22:16,602 --> 00:22:19,014 CELEBRATION'S IN THE DINING ROOM, ALEX. 548 00:22:19,038 --> 00:22:20,015 YOU COMING IN? 549 00:22:20,039 --> 00:22:21,879 YEAH, IN A SECOND, DAD. 550 00:22:22,475 --> 00:22:24,786 IT'S TERRIFIC ABOUT MALLORY, ISN'T IT? 551 00:22:24,810 --> 00:22:25,954 YEAH. 552 00:22:25,978 --> 00:22:27,790 YEAH, IT SURE IS. 553 00:22:27,814 --> 00:22:29,591 SHE REALLY SEEMS EXCITED. 554 00:22:29,615 --> 00:22:32,061 YOU KNOW, I ALWAYS KNEW SHE HAD IT IN HER. 555 00:22:32,085 --> 00:22:34,952 YEAH, SHE, UH, SHE SURE DID. 556 00:22:37,657 --> 00:22:40,524 MR. WERTZ TOLD ME WHAT YOU DID. 557 00:22:41,827 --> 00:22:44,639 WHAT? I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. 558 00:22:44,663 --> 00:22:47,710 THAT YOU STEPPED DOWN SO MALLORY COULD WIN. 559 00:22:47,734 --> 00:22:49,244 OH, THAT. 560 00:22:49,268 --> 00:22:50,534 OH, YEAH. 561 00:22:51,771 --> 00:22:53,749 IT WAS NO BIG DEAL. 562 00:22:53,773 --> 00:22:56,752 IT WAS A WONDERFUL THING THAT YOU DID. 563 00:22:56,776 --> 00:23:00,255 YOU ACTED IN AN INCREDIBLY COMPASSIONATE AND GENEROUS FASHION. 564 00:23:00,279 --> 00:23:03,325 YOU DIDN'T THINK OF YOURSELF AT ALL. 565 00:23:03,349 --> 00:23:05,260 WELL, I FIGURE IN LIFE 566 00:23:05,284 --> 00:23:07,218 YOU SHOULD TRY EVERYTHING ONCE. 567 00:23:10,289 --> 00:23:11,266 THANKS, DAD. 568 00:23:11,290 --> 00:23:13,724 YOU GAVE HER A GREAT GIFT. 569 00:23:18,697 --> 00:23:19,908 DAD... 570 00:23:19,932 --> 00:23:23,833 CAN I BORROW 2,500 BUCKS? 571 00:23:54,434 --> 00:23:56,378 Man: SIT, UBU, SIT. GOOD DOG. 38750

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