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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,446 --> 00:00:14,779 ♪ I BET WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER ♪ 2 00:00:14,848 --> 00:00:17,916 ♪ FOR A MILLION YEARS ♪ 3 00:00:17,984 --> 00:00:20,352 ♪ AND I BET WE'LL BE TOGETHER ♪ 4 00:00:20,421 --> 00:00:23,388 ♪ FOR A MILLION MORE ♪ 5 00:00:23,457 --> 00:00:26,224 ♪ OH, IT'S LIKE I STARTED BREATHING ♪ 6 00:00:26,293 --> 00:00:29,127 ♪ ON THE NIGHT WE KISSED ♪ 7 00:00:29,196 --> 00:00:30,795 ♪ AND I CAN'T REMEMBER ♪ 8 00:00:30,864 --> 00:00:34,266 ♪ WHAT I EVER DID BEFORE ♪ 9 00:00:34,334 --> 00:00:37,235 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 10 00:00:37,304 --> 00:00:39,972 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 11 00:00:40,041 --> 00:00:42,641 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 12 00:00:42,709 --> 00:00:45,911 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 13 00:00:45,979 --> 00:00:47,846 ♪ AND THERE AIN'T NO NOTHING ♪ 14 00:00:47,915 --> 00:00:51,483 ♪ WE CAN'T LOVE EACH OTHER THROUGH ♪ 15 00:00:51,552 --> 00:00:54,252 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 16 00:00:54,321 --> 00:00:57,088 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 17 00:00:57,157 --> 00:01:00,091 ♪ SHA LA LA LA ♪ 18 00:01:03,997 --> 00:01:05,564 MOM, DAD, AND ALEX AND MALLORY 19 00:01:05,633 --> 00:01:08,266 WILL BE BACK FROM THE FUNERAL REAL SOON. 20 00:01:08,335 --> 00:01:10,268 AND AFTER WE FINISH OUR COCOA, 21 00:01:10,337 --> 00:01:12,503 YOU AND I ARE GOING TO PLAY JACKS. 22 00:01:12,572 --> 00:01:14,306 AND THEN WE'RE GOING TO PLAY POKER, 23 00:01:14,374 --> 00:01:16,374 AND IF THEY'RE NOT BACK BY THEN... 24 00:01:18,345 --> 00:01:21,045 YOU AND I ARE GOING TO MEXICO. 25 00:01:21,115 --> 00:01:22,547 WHAT'S A FUNERAL? 26 00:01:22,616 --> 00:01:24,616 WELL, A FUNERAL'S WHERE YOU GO TO SHOW RESPECT 27 00:01:24,684 --> 00:01:25,851 FOR SOMEONE WHO DIED. 28 00:01:25,920 --> 00:01:27,385 WHO DIED? 29 00:01:27,454 --> 00:01:28,387 GREG, ALEX'S FRIEND. 30 00:01:28,455 --> 00:01:30,622 I WOULD LIKE TO MEET HIM. 31 00:01:31,692 --> 00:01:34,025 THAT'S GOING TO BE TOUGH. 32 00:01:34,094 --> 00:01:36,594 YOU SEE, WHEN SOMEONE DIES, YOU NEVER SEE THEM AGAIN. 33 00:01:36,664 --> 00:01:37,829 WHY? 34 00:01:37,898 --> 00:01:39,364 BECAUSE THEY'RE DEAD. THEY'RE GONE. 35 00:01:39,433 --> 00:01:40,544 WHY? 36 00:01:40,568 --> 00:01:42,300 BECAUSE THEIR LIFE'S OVER, THAT'S ALL. 37 00:01:42,369 --> 00:01:43,489 BUT WHY? 38 00:01:43,537 --> 00:01:44,770 BECAUSE! 39 00:01:46,173 --> 00:01:48,673 WHERE DO BABIES COME FROM? 40 00:01:54,381 --> 00:01:56,048 HELLO. HI, KIDS. 41 00:01:56,117 --> 00:01:57,360 IF YOU DIDN'T COME BACK, 42 00:01:57,384 --> 00:01:59,429 WE WERE GONNA GO TO MEXICO. 43 00:01:59,453 --> 00:02:00,485 WHAT? 44 00:02:00,553 --> 00:02:02,921 IT WAS A LONG AFTERNOON. 45 00:02:02,990 --> 00:02:05,691 COME ON, ANDY. WE'LL GO LOOK AT TRAVEL BROCHURES. 46 00:02:09,263 --> 00:02:11,630 YOU ALL RIGHT? 47 00:02:11,699 --> 00:02:14,265 IT'S JUST CRAZY. SO HARD TO ACCEPT. 48 00:02:14,334 --> 00:02:16,368 HE WAS ONLY 21. 49 00:02:16,436 --> 00:02:18,270 I TRIED TALKING TO HIS MOTHER, 50 00:02:18,338 --> 00:02:20,671 BUT ALL I COULD SAY WAS, 51 00:02:20,740 --> 00:02:23,341 "I'M SORRY. I'M SORRY." 52 00:02:23,410 --> 00:02:25,154 WHAT ELSE CAN YOU SAY? PEOPLE ARE IN SHOCK. 53 00:02:25,178 --> 00:02:26,478 LOOK AT ALEX. 54 00:02:26,547 --> 00:02:30,382 EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN PERSONAL WAY OF GRIEVING. 55 00:02:30,451 --> 00:02:33,151 WAS THAT A FUNERAL OR WHAT? 56 00:02:36,689 --> 00:02:40,292 I MEAN, PEOPLE SHOWED UP. I LIKE THAT. 57 00:02:40,360 --> 00:02:42,794 ALL THE GUYS WERE THERE SHOWING THEIR RESPECT. 58 00:02:42,862 --> 00:02:45,663 AND SHOWING RESPECT FOR THE DEAD IS VERY IMPORTANT. 59 00:02:45,732 --> 00:02:48,133 'CAUSE THE DEAD HAVE AN IMAGE PROBLEM. 60 00:02:50,703 --> 00:02:52,470 DON'T YOU THINK, MOM? 61 00:02:52,539 --> 00:02:55,573 I'VE ALWAYS FELT THAT. 62 00:02:55,642 --> 00:02:57,687 UH, HONEY, I THINK YOU SHOULD GO UPSTAIRS AND LIE DOWN, 63 00:02:57,711 --> 00:02:59,022 GET SOME REST. YOU REALLY... 64 00:02:59,046 --> 00:03:00,857 NO. NO, MOM, I DON'T WANT TO LIE DOWN. I'M FINE. 65 00:03:00,881 --> 00:03:01,881 I'M FINE. 66 00:03:01,948 --> 00:03:06,284 HEY, I'M A LUCKY GUY, REAL LUCKY. 67 00:03:06,353 --> 00:03:09,621 I WAS SUPPOSED TO BE IN THAT CAR WITH GREG, 68 00:03:09,690 --> 00:03:11,423 BUT I WASN'T. 69 00:03:11,491 --> 00:03:13,758 HE SAID, "ALEX, COME WITH ME. 70 00:03:13,827 --> 00:03:15,638 "I HAVE TO HELP MY BROTHER MOVE A PIANO. 71 00:03:15,662 --> 00:03:17,629 SHORT DRIVE. 15 MINUTES OUT OF YOUR LIFE." 72 00:03:17,698 --> 00:03:21,166 WHAT DO I SAY? "NO WAY, GREG. I'M BUSY NOW." 73 00:03:21,235 --> 00:03:22,667 AND WHY? 74 00:03:22,736 --> 00:03:25,970 BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT TO BE BOTHERED. 75 00:03:26,039 --> 00:03:27,472 BECAUSE I'M SELFISH. 76 00:03:27,541 --> 00:03:28,973 DO YOU BELIEVE THAT? 77 00:03:29,042 --> 00:03:31,943 SELFISHNESS SAVED MY LIFE. 78 00:03:32,011 --> 00:03:35,747 I KNEW IT WOULD COME IN HANDY. 79 00:03:35,816 --> 00:03:38,361 HONEY, I REALLY THINK YOU SHOULD LIE DOWN. YOU NEED IT. 80 00:03:38,385 --> 00:03:39,962 NO, NO, MOM, MOM, MOM, MOMMY, 81 00:03:39,986 --> 00:03:41,498 MOMMY, I DON'T WANT TO LIE DOWN NOW, OK? 82 00:03:41,522 --> 00:03:43,199 I WANT TO STAY UP. I WANT TO KEEP MOVING. 83 00:03:43,223 --> 00:03:44,522 OK. 84 00:03:44,591 --> 00:03:47,692 HOW ABOUT MY EULOGY? HUH? WAS THAT GREAT? 85 00:03:47,760 --> 00:03:49,372 I WAS UP ALL NIGHT WORKING ON THAT. 86 00:03:49,396 --> 00:03:51,796 HOW WOULD YOU RATE THAT? GREAT? 87 00:03:51,865 --> 00:03:54,065 INCREDIBLE? UNBELIEVABLY TOUCHING? WHAT? 88 00:03:54,134 --> 00:03:56,968 I DIDN'T FEEL IT WAS NECESSARY 89 00:03:57,037 --> 00:03:59,804 TO MENTION HIS NET WORTH. 90 00:04:02,476 --> 00:04:05,644 ARE YOU KIDDING ME, DAD? PEOPLE LOVED THAT. 91 00:04:05,712 --> 00:04:08,547 MAYBE SO, BUT, UH, I THOUGHT YOU COULD HAVE STOPPED THERE. 92 00:04:08,615 --> 00:04:12,517 NO NEED TO GET INTO PROJECTED EARNINGS. 93 00:04:12,586 --> 00:04:16,187 I AGREE WITH DAD. IT WAS REALLY GAUCHE. 94 00:04:17,490 --> 00:04:20,726 YEAH, WELL, I... I DIDN'T FIND YOUR COMMENTS 95 00:04:20,794 --> 00:04:22,995 PARTICULARLY APROPOS EITHER, MAL. 96 00:04:23,063 --> 00:04:26,097 ME NOT APROPOS? 97 00:04:26,166 --> 00:04:27,598 HUH. 98 00:04:27,668 --> 00:04:30,235 HE'S LYING THERE IN THE COFFIN. 99 00:04:30,303 --> 00:04:33,739 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY HIS TIE DIDN'T GO WITH HIS SUIT. 100 00:04:35,976 --> 00:04:37,943 WELL, THEY DIDN'T, ALEX. 101 00:04:38,011 --> 00:04:39,844 PLEASE, BROWN AND GRAY? 102 00:04:39,913 --> 00:04:42,613 I WOULDN'T BE CAUGHT DEAD IN THOSE COLORS. 103 00:04:44,785 --> 00:04:48,287 YOU KNOW, MAYBE OUR TIME WOULD BE BETTER SPENT 104 00:04:48,355 --> 00:04:52,123 REMEMBERING WHAT A SPECIAL YOUNG MAN GREG WAS. 105 00:04:52,192 --> 00:04:55,393 YEAH, YEAH. I LIKE YOUR THINKING, MOMMY. 106 00:04:57,030 --> 00:05:00,098 WHY DON'T YOU KICK IT OFF? 107 00:05:00,167 --> 00:05:01,399 WELL, UH... 108 00:05:01,468 --> 00:05:03,034 I REMEMBER WHEN ANDY WAS BORN, 109 00:05:03,103 --> 00:05:05,403 GREG GAVE ME A BIBLE, 110 00:05:05,472 --> 00:05:06,904 AND HE SAID, "MRS. KEATON, 111 00:05:06,973 --> 00:05:09,119 "I KNOW THAT YOU'RE NOT A PARTICULARLY RELIGIOUS PERSON, 112 00:05:09,143 --> 00:05:11,243 "BUT IF THIS TURNS OUT TO BE ANOTHER ALEX, 113 00:05:11,311 --> 00:05:13,678 YOU'RE GONNA NEED IT." 114 00:05:13,747 --> 00:05:15,625 WHAT A GUY, THAT GREGGER. 115 00:05:15,649 --> 00:05:17,081 WHAT A SPORTS NUT. 116 00:05:17,151 --> 00:05:19,629 I DON'T THINK ANYBODY LOVED THE INDIANS AS MUCH AS GREG DID. 117 00:05:19,653 --> 00:05:22,787 I DON'T THINK I EVER SAW HIM WITHOUT HIS INDIANS CAP ON. 118 00:05:22,856 --> 00:05:25,791 YEAH, THEY SHOULD HAVE BURIED HIM IN IT. 119 00:05:27,161 --> 00:05:30,561 IT WOULDN'T HAVE GONE WITH THE SUIT. 120 00:05:30,630 --> 00:05:32,263 WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? 121 00:05:32,332 --> 00:05:34,966 THE TIE ALREADY RUINED THE SUIT. 122 00:05:36,670 --> 00:05:40,705 AND THAT ENDS THE REMEMBERING PORTION OF OUR PROGRAM. 123 00:05:40,774 --> 00:05:44,209 UH, WHY DON'T WE JUST GO UPSTAIRS AND GET CHANGED, HUH? 124 00:05:54,020 --> 00:05:55,119 GREG. 125 00:05:56,690 --> 00:05:57,722 GREG. 126 00:06:00,360 --> 00:06:02,560 WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE? 127 00:06:03,630 --> 00:06:05,162 YOU'RE DEAD. 128 00:06:05,232 --> 00:06:08,166 AND YOU'RE ALIVE. THAT'S NO REASON WE CAN'T BE FRIENDS. 129 00:06:08,235 --> 00:06:11,268 I'M NOT SAYING WE CAN DOUBLE DATE ANYMORE, BUT, UH... 130 00:06:11,338 --> 00:06:16,874 GREGGER IS BACK! OH, GOD! OH! OH! 131 00:06:16,943 --> 00:06:18,744 OH... 132 00:06:20,580 --> 00:06:23,414 HEY! HOW YOU DOIN'? 133 00:06:23,483 --> 00:06:26,417 IT'S A NEW DANCE I'M WORKING ON. 134 00:06:27,487 --> 00:06:29,253 THE KEATON SAMBA. 135 00:06:34,160 --> 00:06:37,095 COME ON, TRY IT. EVERYBODY! 136 00:06:41,168 --> 00:06:43,568 ALEX, WHY DON'T YOU COME ON UP? 137 00:06:43,637 --> 00:06:46,004 OH, I CAN'T, DAD. I'M NOT FINISHED WITH THE DANCE. 138 00:06:46,072 --> 00:06:48,273 I'M MAKING A REAL BREAKTHROUGH WITH IT. 139 00:06:48,342 --> 00:06:53,011 I JUST... I DON'T KNOW WHETHER TO END IT WITH A DIP OR A TWIST. 140 00:06:53,079 --> 00:06:55,880 ALEX, YOU'VE EXPERIENCED A GREAT LOSS HERE. 141 00:06:55,949 --> 00:06:59,117 YOU CAN'T EXPECT TO ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS 142 00:06:59,185 --> 00:07:03,054 OR EXPECT THE PAIN TO GO AWAY IN ONE NIGHT. 143 00:07:03,123 --> 00:07:04,768 DON'T RUSH YOURSELF THROUGH THIS. 144 00:07:04,792 --> 00:07:06,157 TIME IS WHAT YOU NEED. 145 00:07:06,226 --> 00:07:09,060 RIGHT. THANKS, DAD. THANKS. 146 00:07:16,303 --> 00:07:18,402 COME ON, ALEX, YOU PROMISED. 147 00:07:18,471 --> 00:07:20,071 I HAVE TO HELP MY BROTHER MOVE A PIANO. 148 00:07:20,139 --> 00:07:21,951 NO, WAIT, GREG. I'M BUSY. OK? 149 00:07:21,975 --> 00:07:24,275 IT'S A SHORT DRIVE. 15 MINUTES OUT OF YOUR LIFE. 150 00:07:24,344 --> 00:07:25,743 NO. GREGGER, NO. OK? 151 00:07:25,812 --> 00:07:27,123 OK, NO. I'M SORRY, BUT... 152 00:07:27,147 --> 00:07:28,291 I'M NOT GOING. 153 00:07:28,315 --> 00:07:30,493 NOW, YOU ARE ONE HOUR AND 47 MINUTES LATE, 154 00:07:30,517 --> 00:07:32,083 AND I HAVE A SCHEDULE TO KEEP. 155 00:07:32,151 --> 00:07:34,552 THERE ARE WOMEN IN NEED OF MY ATTENTION 156 00:07:34,621 --> 00:07:37,255 LINED UP ALL OVER THIS CITY. 157 00:07:37,324 --> 00:07:38,467 WHO ARE YOU KIDDING, ALEX? 158 00:07:38,491 --> 00:07:40,069 YOU HAVEN'T HAD A DATE IN 3 MONTHS. 159 00:07:40,093 --> 00:07:43,995 YOU IMAGINE WHAT THAT'S DOING TO THESE WOMEN? 160 00:07:47,167 --> 00:07:50,068 WE COULD HAVE A RIOT ON OUR HANDS. 161 00:07:50,136 --> 00:07:54,138 YOU TOLD ME YOU'D HELP, AND I PROMISED MY BROTHER YOU'D BE THERE. 162 00:07:54,207 --> 00:07:56,274 NOPE, GREG, I'M SORRY. 163 00:07:56,342 --> 00:07:57,942 BUSY MAN HERE, OK? 164 00:07:58,011 --> 00:08:00,511 NEXT TIME, BE ON TIME. 165 00:08:00,580 --> 00:08:02,180 FINE. 166 00:08:08,121 --> 00:08:10,221 NO! NO! GREGGER, NO! 167 00:08:10,289 --> 00:08:11,623 NO, DON'T GO! 168 00:08:11,692 --> 00:08:12,991 COME BACK! 169 00:08:17,230 --> 00:08:18,563 I KEEP ASKING MYSELF, 170 00:08:18,631 --> 00:08:21,066 IS THERE A BETTER WAY? 171 00:08:21,134 --> 00:08:25,570 IS THERE ANOTHER WAY TO PASS THROUGH THIS EXISTENCE? 172 00:08:25,638 --> 00:08:27,572 AND... AND I'VE ALWAYS ADMIRED 173 00:08:27,640 --> 00:08:29,600 PEOPLE WHO HAVE RELIGION IN THEIR LIVES, YOU KNOW, 174 00:08:29,642 --> 00:08:31,482 IT ALWAYS SEEMED TO BRING SUCH COMFORT TO THEM. 175 00:08:31,511 --> 00:08:32,977 MM-HMM. 176 00:08:36,449 --> 00:08:40,284 BROTHER TIMOTHY, I'VE LOST A VERY CLOSE FRIEND. 177 00:08:40,353 --> 00:08:43,621 I MEAN, ONE MOMENT HE WAS HERE, AND THEN... 178 00:08:43,690 --> 00:08:46,457 HE WAS GONE, AND I FEEL SO LOST. 179 00:08:46,527 --> 00:08:48,192 MM-HMM. 180 00:08:49,329 --> 00:08:51,796 AND I FIND MYSELF QUESTIONING EVERYTHING. 181 00:08:51,864 --> 00:08:53,598 I MEAN, WHO AM I? WHY AM I HERE? 182 00:08:53,667 --> 00:08:54,999 WHY ARE YOU HERE? 183 00:08:55,068 --> 00:08:58,903 WELL, I'M HERE BECAUSE YOU CALLED ME ON THE TELEPHONE. 184 00:09:03,944 --> 00:09:07,578 WELL, THAT CLEARS THAT ONE UP. 185 00:09:07,648 --> 00:09:09,480 I WANT TO HELP YOU, ALEX. 186 00:09:09,549 --> 00:09:11,082 HOW CAN I HELP? 187 00:09:11,151 --> 00:09:12,717 BROTHER TIMOTHY, 188 00:09:12,785 --> 00:09:14,885 I'VE GIVEN THIS QUITE A LOT OF THOUGHT, 189 00:09:14,954 --> 00:09:17,555 AND I AM QUITE SERIOUS 190 00:09:17,624 --> 00:09:19,224 WHEN I SAY... 191 00:09:19,292 --> 00:09:21,759 I THINK I WANT TO BE A MONK. 192 00:09:23,096 --> 00:09:25,830 MM-HMM. 193 00:09:25,899 --> 00:09:27,399 THERE IS, HOWEVER, 194 00:09:27,467 --> 00:09:30,234 UH, ONE QUESTION I MUST ASK. 195 00:09:30,303 --> 00:09:31,235 NO GIRLS. 196 00:09:31,304 --> 00:09:32,404 THAT WAS IT. 197 00:09:39,312 --> 00:09:40,512 OK. 198 00:09:40,580 --> 00:09:42,580 NOW, WHEN YOU SAY "NO GIRLS," 199 00:09:42,649 --> 00:09:45,482 DOES THAT MEAN, YOU KNOW, NOT EVEN ON WEEKENDS? 200 00:09:45,552 --> 00:09:48,786 NOT EVEN ON VALENTINE'S DAY. 201 00:09:48,855 --> 00:09:50,421 ALL RIGHT, BUT WHAT IF YOU WERE WRONG? 202 00:09:50,490 --> 00:09:53,023 I MEAN... I MEAN, WHAT IF YOU WEREN'T MEANT TO BE A MONK? 203 00:09:53,092 --> 00:09:56,361 I MEAN, YOU ARE GIVING UP A TREMENDOUS THING WITH THESE GIRLS HERE. 204 00:09:58,998 --> 00:10:01,366 DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING ELSE ON YOUR MIND? 205 00:10:01,434 --> 00:10:03,813 I'M... I'M SORRY. FORGIVE ME, OK? 206 00:10:03,837 --> 00:10:07,538 IT'S JUST THIS NO-GIRL RULE IS A TOUGHIE FOR ME. 207 00:10:10,944 --> 00:10:12,655 SKIPPY... HIYA, ALEX. 208 00:10:12,679 --> 00:10:14,445 ALL RIGHT. 209 00:10:14,514 --> 00:10:15,981 WHO'S THE MONK? 210 00:10:17,851 --> 00:10:20,163 BROTHER TIMOTHY, I'D LIKE YOU TO MEET 211 00:10:20,187 --> 00:10:21,998 IRWIN HANDELMAN, MY NEIGHBOR. 212 00:10:22,022 --> 00:10:23,054 HOW DO YOU DO, IRWIN? 213 00:10:23,123 --> 00:10:25,323 OH, FINE, THANK YOU, SIR. 214 00:10:25,392 --> 00:10:26,791 UH... 215 00:10:26,860 --> 00:10:28,693 SO... 216 00:10:28,761 --> 00:10:32,464 WHAT BRINGS A MONK LIKE YOU INTO THIS NECK OF THE WOODS? 217 00:10:34,868 --> 00:10:36,868 WELL, ALEX HAS BEEN QUESTIONING ME 218 00:10:36,936 --> 00:10:41,306 ABOUT THE PRACTICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS OF THE MONASTIC LIFE. 219 00:10:41,375 --> 00:10:43,174 MM-HMM. 220 00:10:43,243 --> 00:10:46,044 AND WHAT DID YOU SAY? 221 00:10:46,113 --> 00:10:48,353 WELL, IRWIN, I'VE BEEN EXPLAINING TO ALEX 222 00:10:48,381 --> 00:10:50,482 THAT A MONK MUST TAKE SACRED VOWS 223 00:10:50,550 --> 00:10:52,884 OF OBEDIENCE, POVERTY, AND CHASTITY. 224 00:10:52,953 --> 00:10:55,320 SO YOU MEAN, DO WHAT YOU'RE TOLD, 225 00:10:55,388 --> 00:10:56,821 ALWAYS BE BROKE, 226 00:10:56,889 --> 00:10:58,389 AND NEVER HAVE A DATE? 227 00:10:58,458 --> 00:11:00,557 MM-HMM. 228 00:11:00,627 --> 00:11:04,095 I MAY ALREADY BE A MONK AND NOT KNOW IT. 229 00:11:11,871 --> 00:11:14,839 UH... UH, THAT'S MY... THAT'S MY PARENTS. 230 00:11:14,907 --> 00:11:18,409 UM... THEY'RE NOT GONNA REALLY UNDERSTAND THIS, 231 00:11:18,478 --> 00:11:20,077 SO I... I WAS WONDERING, 232 00:11:20,147 --> 00:11:21,858 WOULD YOU CONSIDER LEAVING? 233 00:11:21,882 --> 00:11:23,047 MM-HMM. 234 00:11:25,185 --> 00:11:26,195 I JUST... 235 00:11:26,219 --> 00:11:27,529 MOM, DAD. OH, HI. 236 00:11:27,553 --> 00:11:28,664 HI. HI, HONEY. 237 00:11:28,688 --> 00:11:30,266 THIS IS BROTHER TIMOTHY. 238 00:11:30,290 --> 00:11:31,333 HELLO. HELLO. 239 00:11:31,357 --> 00:11:34,625 IS THAT YOUR DONKEY OUT THERE? 240 00:11:39,099 --> 00:11:41,332 HE'S HERE TO TALK TO ALEX ABOUT BEING A MONK. 241 00:11:43,270 --> 00:11:46,003 ARE YOU THINKING OF BECOMING A MONK, ALEX? 242 00:11:46,073 --> 00:11:49,407 I'M, UH, TOYING WITH IT, MOM. 243 00:11:49,476 --> 00:11:53,144 I WOULDN'T CONCERN MYSELF TOO MUCH, MRS. KEATON. 244 00:11:53,212 --> 00:11:56,014 I REALLY CAN'T PICTURE ALEX IN A MONASTERY, 245 00:11:56,082 --> 00:11:57,982 RENOUNCING ALL HIS WORLDLY POSSESSIONS, 246 00:11:58,051 --> 00:11:59,817 TAKING A VOW OF POVERTY, 247 00:11:59,886 --> 00:12:01,252 GETTING UP EVERY MORNING AT DAWN 248 00:12:01,320 --> 00:12:04,822 AND SCRUBBING FLOORS ALL DAY DRESSED IN SANDALS AND A ROBE. 249 00:12:04,891 --> 00:12:08,626 I SAY LET HIM GIVE IT A SHOT AND... 250 00:12:14,133 --> 00:12:15,500 OH! 251 00:12:19,806 --> 00:12:21,773 AS THOUGH IT'S NOT ENOUGH 252 00:12:21,841 --> 00:12:24,942 TO LOSE ONE OF MY DEAREST FRIENDS, 253 00:12:25,011 --> 00:12:27,945 LET ME POUR JUICE ALL OVER MYSELF. 254 00:12:28,014 --> 00:12:30,314 NICE GOING, ALEX. 255 00:12:30,383 --> 00:12:31,850 GREGGER. 256 00:12:31,918 --> 00:12:33,118 HI. 257 00:12:33,186 --> 00:12:35,586 GREGGER! OH, GOD! 258 00:12:35,655 --> 00:12:36,655 OH! 259 00:12:36,689 --> 00:12:39,123 I HOPE YOU DON'T MIND ME DROPPING BY. 260 00:12:39,192 --> 00:12:41,237 OH, NO, NO, I'M GLAD YOU'RE HERE. 261 00:12:41,261 --> 00:12:42,672 I'M GLAD YOU'RE HERE, BUT, UH, 262 00:12:42,696 --> 00:12:44,506 BUT THIS IS A LITTLE STRANGE. 263 00:12:44,530 --> 00:12:46,508 MY... MY PARENTS HEARD ME TALKING TO YOU EARLIER 264 00:12:46,532 --> 00:12:48,900 AND, UH, THEY... THEY THINK I'M SEEING GHOSTS. 265 00:12:48,968 --> 00:12:52,215 SO I WONDER, IF I... IF I BROUGHT THEM DOWN HERE, WOULD YOU SAY HI? 266 00:12:52,239 --> 00:12:54,505 SURE. HI AND MAYBE BOO? 267 00:12:55,841 --> 00:12:57,708 GREG, GREG, GREG. 268 00:12:57,777 --> 00:13:00,122 THERE'S... THERE'S... THERE'S A LOT I HAVE TO SAY TO YOU. OK? 269 00:13:00,146 --> 00:13:01,557 THERE'S A LOT OF STUFF I WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT. 270 00:13:01,581 --> 00:13:02,847 I KNOW, ALEX. 271 00:13:02,916 --> 00:13:04,715 BUT A DEAD GUY WALKS INTO YOUR KITCHEN, 272 00:13:04,784 --> 00:13:06,251 YOU DON'T OFFER HIM SOMETHING TO EAT? 273 00:13:06,319 --> 00:13:07,629 I MEAN, A PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICH, AN ORANGE... 274 00:13:07,653 --> 00:13:09,254 OH, I'M SORRY. I WASN'T THINKING. 275 00:13:09,322 --> 00:13:12,156 I... I DON'T KNOW THE ETIQUETTE IN THESE THINGS. 276 00:13:14,660 --> 00:13:16,261 YOU'RE THE... YOU'RE THE ONLY... 277 00:13:16,329 --> 00:13:18,930 ONLY GUY I KNOW WHO'S DEAD 278 00:13:18,999 --> 00:13:21,165 AND COMES TO VISIT ME. 279 00:13:24,738 --> 00:13:26,771 HEY. ECONOMICS FINAL, HUH? 280 00:13:26,840 --> 00:13:28,317 I ALMOST FORGOT ABOUT THAT. 281 00:13:28,341 --> 00:13:31,721 YOU GOT TO ADMIT, I GOT A FABULOUS EXCUSE FOR MISSING THAT ONE. 282 00:13:31,745 --> 00:13:34,212 YOU DON'T EVEN NEED A NOTE. 283 00:13:35,515 --> 00:13:37,092 HEY, I'LL COME BACK ANOTHER TIME. 284 00:13:37,116 --> 00:13:39,128 I KNOW HOW IMPORTANT YOUR GRADES ARE TO YOU. 285 00:13:39,152 --> 00:13:41,285 NO! WAIT, WAIT! WHAT, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? 286 00:13:41,354 --> 00:13:42,498 WHAT, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? 287 00:13:42,522 --> 00:13:44,033 YOU'RE MORE IMPORTANT TO ME THAN THIS. 288 00:13:44,057 --> 00:13:45,501 I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHY I'M BOTHERING. 289 00:13:45,525 --> 00:13:47,336 THIS... THIS IS... THIS IS MEANINGLESS. 290 00:13:47,360 --> 00:13:49,260 THAT'S MEANINGLESS. 291 00:13:49,329 --> 00:13:52,040 LOOK, UH, I MEAN... I MEAN, WHAT'S THE USE OF BUSTING MY TAIL 292 00:13:52,064 --> 00:13:54,965 TO TRY AND BUILD A FUTURE FOR MYSELF? 293 00:13:55,034 --> 00:13:57,268 I MEAN, MAYBE I DON'T HAVE A FUTURE. 294 00:13:57,337 --> 00:13:59,582 I MEAN, LOOK WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU. 295 00:13:59,606 --> 00:14:01,371 YEAH, BUT IT DIDN'T HAPPEN TO YOU, ALEX. 296 00:14:01,440 --> 00:14:02,740 YOU'RE STILL ALIVE. 297 00:14:02,809 --> 00:14:03,975 YOU GOT TO KEEP LIVING. 298 00:14:04,044 --> 00:14:05,743 I'M SORRY, GREG. 299 00:14:05,811 --> 00:14:07,245 I'M SORRY. I'M SORRY. 300 00:14:07,313 --> 00:14:08,790 I SHOULD HAVE GONE WITH YOU TO YOUR BROTHER'S. 301 00:14:08,814 --> 00:14:10,126 WHAT FOR? YOU'D BE DEAD. 302 00:14:10,150 --> 00:14:12,083 I DON'T CARE. I DON'T CARE. I SHOULD... 303 00:14:12,152 --> 00:14:13,712 I WAS LAZY. I DIDN'T WANT TO GO. 304 00:14:13,753 --> 00:14:14,753 ALEX, STOP IT! 305 00:14:14,820 --> 00:14:16,721 NO, YOU GOTTA LET ME FINISH! 306 00:14:18,992 --> 00:14:21,926 NO ONE'S STOPPING YOU, ALEX. 307 00:14:21,995 --> 00:14:24,228 HI, MAL. 308 00:14:24,297 --> 00:14:26,897 YOU JUST IN HERE TALKING TO YOURSELF? 309 00:14:29,168 --> 00:14:31,101 NO. 310 00:14:31,170 --> 00:14:33,315 NO, I WASN'T TALKING TO MYSELF. 311 00:14:33,339 --> 00:14:35,439 I WAS TALKING TO GREG. 312 00:14:35,508 --> 00:14:36,940 OH, THAT'S BETTER. 313 00:14:41,348 --> 00:14:44,281 I WAS SUPPOSED TO BE IN THAT CAR WITH HIM, MAL. 314 00:14:44,351 --> 00:14:45,450 YEAH, BUT YOU WEREN'T. 315 00:14:45,518 --> 00:14:46,595 NO, I WASN'T. I WASN'T. 316 00:14:46,619 --> 00:14:49,454 I WASN'T. DO YOU KNOW WHY? 317 00:14:49,522 --> 00:14:51,956 BECAUSE I WAS LAZY. 318 00:14:52,024 --> 00:14:54,559 BECAUSE I WAS SMALL. 319 00:14:56,363 --> 00:14:59,464 BECAUSE I COULDN'T BE BOTHERED. 320 00:14:59,532 --> 00:15:03,735 MY LIFE WAS SAVED OUT OF SMALLNESS, 321 00:15:03,803 --> 00:15:06,904 OUT OF LACK OF GENEROSITY TO A FRIEND. 322 00:15:06,973 --> 00:15:10,575 I JUST DON'T GET IT, MAL. WHY AM I STILL ALIVE? 323 00:15:10,644 --> 00:15:14,578 YOU'RE STILL ALIVE TO AGGRAVATE ME. 324 00:15:14,648 --> 00:15:17,081 NO. NO, THAT'S NO ANSWER. 325 00:15:17,150 --> 00:15:18,650 I'M JUST JOKING, ALEX. 326 00:15:18,718 --> 00:15:19,998 NO, I SHOULD HAVE BEEN WITH GREG. 327 00:15:20,053 --> 00:15:21,697 I SHOULD HAVE BEEN SITTING RIGHT NEXT TO HIM. 328 00:15:21,721 --> 00:15:25,089 I WANT ANSWERS, OK? 'CAUSE I CAN'T GO ON LIKE THIS. 329 00:15:25,158 --> 00:15:27,759 WHY AM I ALIVE? WHY AM I ALIVE?! 330 00:15:27,827 --> 00:15:29,727 HONEY. WHY AM I ALIVE? 331 00:15:29,796 --> 00:15:30,728 HONEY... 332 00:15:30,797 --> 00:15:31,929 WHY AM I ALIVE? 333 00:15:31,998 --> 00:15:33,430 WE'RE GONNA HELP YOU, HONEY. 334 00:15:33,499 --> 00:15:35,711 THAT'S RIGHT. ALEX, ALEX... 335 00:15:35,735 --> 00:15:37,535 WE'RE GOING TO HELP. 336 00:15:47,313 --> 00:15:49,246 MY NAME IS ALEX KEATON. 337 00:15:49,315 --> 00:15:50,748 I'M 21 YEARS OLD. 338 00:15:50,817 --> 00:15:52,483 I'M A... 339 00:15:52,552 --> 00:15:54,986 I'M A JUNIOR AT LELAND UNIVERSITY. 340 00:15:55,055 --> 00:15:56,988 I'M MAJORING IN ECONOMICS. 341 00:15:57,057 --> 00:16:00,158 A-ACTUALLY, IT'S A DOUBLE MAJOR... 342 00:16:00,226 --> 00:16:01,659 ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS. 343 00:16:02,729 --> 00:16:05,163 ACTUALLY, I'M MAJORING IN MONEY. 344 00:16:06,566 --> 00:16:08,499 ANYTHING TO DO WITH MONEY... 345 00:16:08,568 --> 00:16:11,669 IT'S BEEN A PASSION OF MINE EVER SINCE I WAS A KID. 346 00:16:11,738 --> 00:16:13,849 LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR CHILDHOOD A LITTLE. 347 00:16:13,873 --> 00:16:16,507 HUH? UH, YEAH, NORMAL... NORMAL CHILDHOOD. 348 00:16:16,576 --> 00:16:19,310 I DID THE THINGS THAT ALL KIDS DO. 349 00:16:19,378 --> 00:16:21,813 LIKED TO COLOR, LIKED TO FINGER-PAINT, 350 00:16:21,881 --> 00:16:23,647 PLAY THE STOCK MARKET. 351 00:16:27,687 --> 00:16:29,620 USUAL THINGS. 352 00:16:29,689 --> 00:16:31,970 YOU LIKED MONEY EVEN THEN. 353 00:16:33,359 --> 00:16:34,992 LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. 354 00:16:37,197 --> 00:16:40,131 WHEN I WAS IN NURSERY SCHOOL, 355 00:16:40,200 --> 00:16:42,299 THEY USED TO BLINDFOLD ME 356 00:16:42,368 --> 00:16:45,302 AND DROP COINS INTO A PIGGY BANK. 357 00:16:45,371 --> 00:16:48,305 I COULD IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENT COINS... 358 00:16:49,909 --> 00:16:51,743 BY THE SOUND. 359 00:16:53,079 --> 00:16:55,813 DEEP BASS OF A QUARTER. 360 00:16:55,882 --> 00:16:57,148 PLUNK. 361 00:16:58,451 --> 00:17:00,151 LILT OF A DIME. 362 00:17:00,220 --> 00:17:01,652 PLINK. 363 00:17:02,889 --> 00:17:05,823 SWEET SQUISH OF A DOLLAR BILL. 364 00:17:05,892 --> 00:17:07,524 SMOOSH. 365 00:17:12,899 --> 00:17:16,100 TWO DIMES, A QUARTER, AND THREE PENNIES. 366 00:17:25,011 --> 00:17:27,111 YOU'RE VERY GOOD. 367 00:17:27,180 --> 00:17:28,780 THANK YOU. 368 00:17:30,349 --> 00:17:33,328 YOUR MOTHER SAYS YOU'RE NOT SLEEPING WELL. 369 00:17:33,352 --> 00:17:34,786 YOU'RE NOT EATING. 370 00:17:34,854 --> 00:17:36,498 YOU'RE TROUBLED BY VISIONS, 371 00:17:36,522 --> 00:17:38,622 FOR WANT OF A BETTER WORD. 372 00:17:38,691 --> 00:17:40,324 THAT'S NOT EXACTLY TRUE. 373 00:17:40,393 --> 00:17:41,993 YES, IT IS, ALEX. 374 00:17:42,061 --> 00:17:44,728 YOU DON'T SLEEP AT ALL. 375 00:17:44,798 --> 00:17:47,331 YOU'RE A 7-YEAR-OLD BOY. YOU NEED YOUR REST. 376 00:17:47,400 --> 00:17:49,600 HOW MUCH SLEEP DID YOU GET LAST NIGHT? 377 00:17:49,668 --> 00:17:51,802 LAST NIGHT? 20 MINUTES. 378 00:17:51,871 --> 00:17:54,082 BUT THEY WERE 20 QUALITY MINUTES. 379 00:17:54,106 --> 00:17:55,406 ALEX. 380 00:17:55,475 --> 00:17:57,218 OH, MOM, LAST NIGHT WAS SPECIAL. 381 00:17:57,242 --> 00:17:59,354 I... I WAS GOING OVER THE TRANSCRIPTS. 382 00:17:59,378 --> 00:18:02,579 I FOUND A FLAW IN JOHN DEAN'S TESTIMONY. 383 00:18:02,649 --> 00:18:04,381 THIS HAS GOT TO STOP, ALEX. 384 00:18:04,450 --> 00:18:07,685 OUR PHONE BILL TO THE WHITE HOUSE HAS GOTTEN OUT OF HAND. 385 00:18:07,754 --> 00:18:10,699 MOM, CAN I PLEASE STAY HOME AND WATCH THE HEARINGS ON TV? 386 00:18:10,723 --> 00:18:12,723 NO. OH, PLEASE, MOMMY. 387 00:18:12,792 --> 00:18:14,870 DON'T MAKE ME GO BACK TO THAT CLASSROOM. 388 00:18:14,894 --> 00:18:17,806 IT'S A TRAVESTY. THE COUNTRY'S FALLING APART, 389 00:18:17,830 --> 00:18:21,098 AND THESE KIDS ARE SITTING THERE LEARNING TO TELL TIME. 390 00:18:21,167 --> 00:18:22,867 YOU'RE GOING TO GO TO SCHOOL, ALEX, 391 00:18:22,935 --> 00:18:25,602 AND I DON'T WANT A REPEAT OF WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY. 392 00:18:30,743 --> 00:18:33,911 OH, MOMMY, MY PRESIDENT IS BEING IMPEACHED. 393 00:18:33,980 --> 00:18:36,425 HOW CAN YOU EXPECT ME TO CONTINUE LIVING THE LIFE 394 00:18:36,449 --> 00:18:38,215 OF A NORMAL SECOND-GRADER? 395 00:18:38,284 --> 00:18:41,918 I'M WAITING FOR YOU TO BEGIN LIVING THE LIFE OF A NORMAL SECOND-GRADER. 396 00:18:43,656 --> 00:18:45,823 WALK TO SCHOOL TODAY, ALEX? 397 00:18:47,393 --> 00:18:49,371 OK, SKIPPY, IF YOU WANT TO. 398 00:18:49,395 --> 00:18:52,208 BET SKIPPY DIDN'T STAY UP ALL NIGHT WORRYING ABOUT WATERGATE. 399 00:18:52,232 --> 00:18:53,497 HUH? 400 00:18:55,601 --> 00:18:58,301 HOW MUCH SLEEP DID YOU GET LAST NIGHT? 401 00:18:58,371 --> 00:18:59,871 19 HOURS. 402 00:19:03,476 --> 00:19:04,675 YOU SEE? 403 00:19:04,744 --> 00:19:07,978 19 HOURS? 404 00:19:08,047 --> 00:19:10,648 I CAME HOME FOR LUNCH YESTERDAY AND TOOK A NAP. 405 00:19:10,716 --> 00:19:12,683 I JUST WOKE UP A FEW MINUTES AGO. 406 00:19:12,752 --> 00:19:15,964 MOMMY, I'M GONNA SKIP BREAKFAST, OK? I WANT TO GET TO SCHOOL. 407 00:19:15,988 --> 00:19:17,421 IT'S ALMOST READY. 408 00:19:17,490 --> 00:19:19,301 I CAN'T, MOM. I GOT THE CUB SCOUT MEETING, 409 00:19:19,325 --> 00:19:22,137 AND I'VE GOT THE KIDDIE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LUNCH. 410 00:19:22,161 --> 00:19:24,094 ALEX, DON'T GO. MOM. 411 00:19:24,163 --> 00:19:25,929 DON'T GO! DON'T GO! 412 00:19:25,998 --> 00:19:28,198 DON'T GO, GREG! DON'T GO! 413 00:19:28,268 --> 00:19:30,033 I COULD HAVE STOPPED HIM. 414 00:19:30,102 --> 00:19:32,436 I COULD HAVE... I SHOULD HAVE TOLD HIM. 415 00:19:33,673 --> 00:19:35,539 BUT WE HAD A FIGHT... 416 00:19:35,608 --> 00:19:37,040 A STUPID FIGHT. 417 00:19:37,109 --> 00:19:38,208 DAMN IT. 418 00:19:39,312 --> 00:19:41,245 NOW HE'S DEAD. 419 00:19:43,283 --> 00:19:44,548 HE'S DEAD, 420 00:19:44,617 --> 00:19:47,651 AND THERE'S NOTHING THAT ANYONE CAN DO ABOUT IT. 421 00:19:56,963 --> 00:19:58,395 WHERE WERE WE? 422 00:19:58,464 --> 00:20:01,276 YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT THE PROBLEMS WITH YOUR MOTHER. 423 00:20:01,300 --> 00:20:03,367 I WOULDN'T CALL THEM PROBLEMS, NECESSARILY. 424 00:20:03,435 --> 00:20:04,802 SORRY. 425 00:20:04,871 --> 00:20:06,570 SHE'S A MOTHER. 426 00:20:06,639 --> 00:20:09,240 THAT'S WHAT MOTHERS DO. THEY WORRY, RIGHT? 427 00:20:09,308 --> 00:20:10,741 I DON'T KNOW. 428 00:20:10,810 --> 00:20:12,743 ALL RIGHT, LOOK. IF YOU'RE TAKE THAT ATTITUDE, 429 00:20:12,812 --> 00:20:14,578 WE MIGHT AS WELL STOP TALKING RIGHT NOW, OK? 430 00:20:14,647 --> 00:20:17,081 WHAT ATTITUDE? YOU KNOW WHAT ATTITUDE. 431 00:20:17,150 --> 00:20:18,916 I'M GOING TO SIT HERE, 432 00:20:18,985 --> 00:20:21,018 I'M GOING TO DO ALL THE TALKING, 433 00:20:21,087 --> 00:20:23,854 I'M GOING TO POUR MY GUTS OUT, 434 00:20:23,923 --> 00:20:26,356 AND YOU'RE JUST GOING TO SIT BACK THERE SILENTLY 435 00:20:26,425 --> 00:20:28,192 AND BE GOD, HUH? 436 00:20:28,261 --> 00:20:30,194 PRETEND YOU DON'T KNOW ANYTHING. 437 00:20:30,263 --> 00:20:33,530 WAIT A MINUTE. YOU WENT TO GRANT COLLEGE? 438 00:20:36,269 --> 00:20:37,534 THAT'S RIGHT. 439 00:20:38,604 --> 00:20:40,370 MAYBE YOU WEREN'T PRETENDING. 440 00:20:45,278 --> 00:20:47,878 MAYBE YOU REALLY DON'T KNOW ANYTHING. 441 00:20:50,116 --> 00:20:52,556 HOW DO YOU KNOW GRANT COLLEGE? 442 00:20:52,618 --> 00:20:54,819 MY SISTER MALLORY GOES THERE. 443 00:20:56,956 --> 00:20:59,256 LET'S TALK ABOUT MALLORY. 444 00:20:59,325 --> 00:21:00,891 YEAH. OK. 445 00:21:00,960 --> 00:21:03,393 HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT HER? 446 00:21:04,463 --> 00:21:06,230 I LIKE HER. 447 00:21:06,299 --> 00:21:08,198 I LIKE HER A LOT. 448 00:21:08,268 --> 00:21:11,101 THANK YOU, ALEX. THAT'S SWEET. 449 00:21:11,170 --> 00:21:13,937 WELL, YOU KNEW THAT, DIDN'T YOU, MAL? 450 00:21:14,006 --> 00:21:16,106 WELL, IT'S NICE TO HEAR. 451 00:21:16,175 --> 00:21:17,941 I LOVE YOU. 452 00:21:18,010 --> 00:21:20,110 I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH. 453 00:21:21,947 --> 00:21:23,759 HEY, WHAT ARE YOU DOING? 454 00:21:23,783 --> 00:21:26,717 I'M GETTING DRESSED. I HAVE A DATE. 455 00:21:26,786 --> 00:21:28,218 OH, YEAH, WITH WHO? 456 00:21:28,288 --> 00:21:29,787 GREG. 457 00:21:29,855 --> 00:21:32,601 WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT? GREG'S DEAD. 458 00:21:32,625 --> 00:21:33,891 HEH. 459 00:21:33,959 --> 00:21:35,459 NOBODY EVER DIES, ALEX. 460 00:21:35,528 --> 00:21:36,960 DON'T BE SILLY. 461 00:21:37,029 --> 00:21:39,062 GREG'S COMING BACK IN ANOTHER LIFE. 462 00:21:39,131 --> 00:21:40,731 WE ALL ARE. 463 00:21:40,800 --> 00:21:42,232 NOBODY EVER DIES? 464 00:21:42,302 --> 00:21:43,302 NO. 465 00:21:45,805 --> 00:21:48,238 I WISH I COULD BELIEVE THAT. 466 00:21:48,308 --> 00:21:51,241 WOULDN'T THAT BE GREAT IF THAT WERE TRUE? 467 00:21:51,311 --> 00:21:52,910 IT IS TRUE, ALEX. 468 00:21:52,979 --> 00:21:55,246 YOU JUST HAVE TO ACCEPT IT. 469 00:21:55,314 --> 00:21:57,414 YOU JUST HAVE TO BELIEVE. 470 00:21:57,483 --> 00:21:59,250 READ SHIRLEY MacLAINE. 471 00:22:09,495 --> 00:22:11,095 MULTIPLE LIVES. 472 00:22:12,331 --> 00:22:14,598 I COULD COME BACK AS ME. 473 00:22:14,667 --> 00:22:16,600 I COULD FIX THE THINGS 474 00:22:16,669 --> 00:22:18,629 THAT WENT WRONG THIS TIME. 475 00:22:18,671 --> 00:22:21,772 I COULD WARN NIXON ABOUT THE TAPES. 476 00:22:21,841 --> 00:22:25,208 YOU SEE, ALEX, EACH TIME AROUND, YOU WORK ON WHATEVER PROBLEMS 477 00:22:25,277 --> 00:22:27,978 YOU DIDN'T SOLVE IN YOUR PREVIOUS LIFE. 478 00:22:28,047 --> 00:22:31,148 SAY YOU'RE A BAD DRESSER IN A FORMER LIFE. 479 00:22:31,216 --> 00:22:34,818 YOU COULD COME BACK AS A DESIGNER. 480 00:22:42,561 --> 00:22:46,496 GOD, MAL, IT MUST BE SO EASY BEING YOU. 481 00:22:50,569 --> 00:22:52,836 IT MUST BE SO SIMPLE. 482 00:22:52,905 --> 00:22:55,239 IS IT HARD TO BE YOU, ALEX? 483 00:22:55,308 --> 00:22:58,508 HEY. HEY. DO YOU MIND? OK? I'M TALKING TO MY SISTER. 484 00:22:58,577 --> 00:23:00,010 TELL ME MORE, MAL. 485 00:23:00,079 --> 00:23:02,346 TELL ME MORE. WHAT... WHAT'S HEAVEN LIKE? 486 00:23:02,415 --> 00:23:06,016 HEH. NO MATTER WHAT YOU EAT, YOU CAN'T GAIN WEIGHT. 487 00:23:07,653 --> 00:23:09,431 ANSWER THE QUESTION, ALEX. 488 00:23:09,455 --> 00:23:11,266 IS IT HARD TO BE YOU? 489 00:23:11,290 --> 00:23:12,889 YOU KNOW THE ANSWER. 490 00:23:12,959 --> 00:23:14,558 OF COURSE IT'S HARD. 491 00:23:14,626 --> 00:23:16,693 THEY HAVE THESE GREAT STORES THERE, ALEX. 492 00:23:16,762 --> 00:23:18,695 THEY OPEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING 493 00:23:18,764 --> 00:23:21,031 AND STAY OPEN TILL INFINITY. 494 00:23:23,869 --> 00:23:25,302 AND, ALEX... 495 00:23:25,371 --> 00:23:27,304 ALEX, ONE SIZE FITS ALL. 496 00:23:28,841 --> 00:23:31,475 WHY IS IT SO HARD TO BE YOU? 497 00:23:31,543 --> 00:23:33,077 YOU KNOW. 498 00:24:17,089 --> 00:24:18,521 SIT, UBU, SIT. 499 00:24:18,591 --> 00:24:19,990 GOOD DOG. 34757

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