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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,413 --> 00:00:14,691 Johnny Mathis: ♪ I BET WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER ♪ 2 00:00:14,715 --> 00:00:17,560 ♪ FOR A MILLION YEARS ♪ 3 00:00:17,584 --> 00:00:20,430 Deniece Williams: ♪ AND I BET WE'LL BE TOGETHER ♪ 4 00:00:20,454 --> 00:00:23,199 ♪ FOR A MILLION MORE ♪ 5 00:00:23,223 --> 00:00:26,136 ♪ OH, IT'S LIKE I STARTED BREATHING ♪ 6 00:00:26,160 --> 00:00:28,939 ♪ ON THE NIGHT WE KISSED ♪ 7 00:00:28,963 --> 00:00:30,774 Both: ♪ AND I CAN'T REMEMBER ♪ 8 00:00:30,798 --> 00:00:34,177 ♪ WHAT I EVER DID BEFORE ♪ 9 00:00:34,201 --> 00:00:37,247 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 10 00:00:37,271 --> 00:00:39,916 ♪ WITHOUT US? ♪ 11 00:00:39,940 --> 00:00:42,552 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 12 00:00:42,576 --> 00:00:45,755 ♪ WITHOUT US? ♪ 13 00:00:45,779 --> 00:00:47,824 ♪ AND THERE AIN'T NO NOTHIN' ♪ 14 00:00:47,848 --> 00:00:50,092 ♪ WE CAN'T LOVE EACH OTHER THROUGH ♪ 15 00:00:50,116 --> 00:00:51,328 ♪ OOH HOO ♪ 16 00:00:51,352 --> 00:00:54,130 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 17 00:00:54,154 --> 00:00:56,933 ♪ WITHOUT US? ♪ 18 00:00:56,957 --> 00:01:00,459 ♪ SHA LA LA LA ♪ 19 00:01:03,697 --> 00:01:05,475 WHAT'S HEAVEN LIKE? 20 00:01:05,499 --> 00:01:08,500 NO MATTER WHAT YOU EAT, YOU CAN'T GAIN WEIGHT. 21 00:01:10,737 --> 00:01:12,382 Psychiatrist: ANSWER THE QUESTION, ALEX. 22 00:01:12,406 --> 00:01:14,384 IS IT HARD TO BE YOU? 23 00:01:14,408 --> 00:01:15,719 YOU KNOW THE ANSWER. 24 00:01:15,743 --> 00:01:17,053 OF COURSE IT'S HARD. 25 00:01:17,077 --> 00:01:19,222 THEY HAVE THESE GREAT STORES THERE, ALEX. 26 00:01:19,246 --> 00:01:21,457 THEY OPEN AT 9:00 IN THE MORNING 27 00:01:21,481 --> 00:01:23,048 AND STAY OPEN TILL INFINITY. 28 00:01:26,553 --> 00:01:27,797 AND, ALEX... 29 00:01:27,821 --> 00:01:30,288 ALEX, ONE SIZE FITS ALL. 30 00:01:31,725 --> 00:01:34,370 WHY IS IT SO HARD TO BE YOU? 31 00:01:34,394 --> 00:01:35,772 YOU KNOW. 32 00:01:35,796 --> 00:01:37,841 SAY IT. 33 00:01:37,865 --> 00:01:39,142 BECAUSE. 34 00:01:39,166 --> 00:01:41,299 YEAH, BECAUSE... 35 00:01:44,104 --> 00:01:45,181 BECAUSE I'M BETTER. 36 00:01:45,205 --> 00:01:46,515 AND... 37 00:01:46,539 --> 00:01:47,659 SMARTER. 38 00:01:49,042 --> 00:01:52,222 I'LL BET ALEX KNOWS THE ANSWER. 39 00:01:52,246 --> 00:01:54,791 DON'T DO THAT TO ME, MRS. LEAHY. 40 00:01:54,815 --> 00:01:56,359 IT'S ALL SO SIMPLE, ALEX, 41 00:01:56,383 --> 00:01:57,894 AND IT'S ALL SO PRETTY. 42 00:01:57,918 --> 00:01:59,763 WHY DO YOU WORRY SO MUCH? 43 00:01:59,787 --> 00:02:03,133 ALEX, TELL THE CLASS WHAT CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS 44 00:02:03,157 --> 00:02:07,203 WAS REALLY TRYING TO DO WHEN HE DISCOVERED AMERICA. 45 00:02:07,227 --> 00:02:11,207 WHY DO YOU SET ME APART FROM THE OTHER KIDS LIKE THAT? 46 00:02:11,231 --> 00:02:13,799 MAKES ME SO UNCOMFORTABLE. 47 00:02:15,535 --> 00:02:17,947 THEY'RE ALL LOOKING AT ME. 48 00:02:17,971 --> 00:02:20,250 THEY'RE ALL JEALOUS. 49 00:02:20,274 --> 00:02:23,720 TH-THEY DON'T WANNA PLAY WITH ME AT RECESS. 50 00:02:23,744 --> 00:02:26,389 IT'S THE PRICE YOU HAVE TO PAY, ALEX, 51 00:02:26,413 --> 00:02:28,113 BECAUSE YOU'RE SPECIAL. 52 00:02:29,750 --> 00:02:32,362 BUT I'M JUST A LITTLE BOY. 53 00:02:32,386 --> 00:02:34,064 CLASS, PAY ATTENTION TO ALEX. I'M SURE... 54 00:02:34,088 --> 00:02:36,099 GOD, I HATED IT WHEN SHE DID THAT! 55 00:02:36,123 --> 00:02:38,167 I WISH YOU ALL COULD BE A LITTLE MORE LIKE ALEX. 56 00:02:38,191 --> 00:02:41,170 SHE'D CALL ON ME IN THAT... THAT OLD-MAID TEACHER'S VOICE. 57 00:02:41,194 --> 00:02:42,739 "ALEX KNOWS. ALEX KNOWS." 58 00:02:42,763 --> 00:02:43,907 ALEX KNOWS. 59 00:02:43,931 --> 00:02:46,442 I WAS 7 YEARS OLD! 60 00:02:46,466 --> 00:02:51,047 YOU DON'T PUT THAT KIND OF PRESSURE ON A KID THAT AGE! 61 00:02:51,071 --> 00:02:53,382 I KNEW I HAD TO BE READY, 62 00:02:53,406 --> 00:02:55,384 BECAUSE SHE WAS COUNTING ON ME, 63 00:02:55,408 --> 00:02:56,987 PUSHING ME. 64 00:02:57,011 --> 00:02:59,889 ALEX, PLEASE TELL THE CLASS. 65 00:02:59,913 --> 00:03:01,891 COLUMBUS WAS REALLY TRYING TO FIND 66 00:03:01,915 --> 00:03:04,894 A FAST, DIRECT ROUTE TO THE INDIES, MRS. LEAHY. 67 00:03:04,918 --> 00:03:06,896 UH, HE WAS LOOKING FOR SPICES, 68 00:03:06,920 --> 00:03:08,898 BUT HE FOUND THE NEW WORLD. 69 00:03:08,922 --> 00:03:10,566 IT WAS JUST AN ACCIDENT. 70 00:03:10,590 --> 00:03:12,702 IT WAS AN ACCIDENT! 71 00:03:12,726 --> 00:03:15,705 HE SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN IN THAT CAR ALONE. 72 00:03:15,729 --> 00:03:19,075 I... I SHOU... I SHOULD HAVE BEEN WITH HIM. 73 00:03:19,099 --> 00:03:20,877 MA-MAYBE, I... 74 00:03:20,901 --> 00:03:23,212 MAYBE HE WOULD HAVE GONE MORE SLOWLY. 75 00:03:23,236 --> 00:03:25,882 MAYBE I WOULD HAVE SEEN THE OTHER CAR. 76 00:03:25,906 --> 00:03:28,184 IT WAS AN ACCIDENT. 77 00:03:28,208 --> 00:03:29,853 THERE AREN'T ANY ACCIDENTS, ALEX. 78 00:03:29,877 --> 00:03:32,522 EVERYTHING HAPPENS THE WAY IT'S SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN. 79 00:03:32,546 --> 00:03:34,991 WE'VE ALL BEEN HERE BEFORE. 80 00:03:35,015 --> 00:03:37,782 MALLORY'S REALLY GETTING ON MY NERVES, DAD. 81 00:03:39,253 --> 00:03:42,432 I MEAN, WHY... WHY DID YOU HAVE TO HAVE ANOTHER KID? 82 00:03:42,456 --> 00:03:45,669 WE WERE DOIN' SO WELL, JUST THE THREE OF US. 83 00:03:45,693 --> 00:03:48,805 WELL, WHEN YOU GET OLDER, YOU'LL APPRECIATE HER MORE. 84 00:03:48,829 --> 00:03:51,708 DOUBT IT. 85 00:03:51,732 --> 00:03:53,443 COME ON. YOU WANNA HAVE A LITTLE CATCH? 86 00:03:53,467 --> 00:03:54,744 AW, NO. I DON'T WANNA, DAD. 87 00:03:54,768 --> 00:03:56,045 I-I'M NOT VERY GOOD AT IT. 88 00:03:56,069 --> 00:03:58,448 WELL, YOU CAN'T EXPECT TO LEARN IT ALL IN ONE DAY. 89 00:03:58,472 --> 00:04:01,340 I LEARNED ALGEBRA ALL IN ONE DAY. 90 00:04:02,743 --> 00:04:03,720 WELL, I KNOW. 91 00:04:03,744 --> 00:04:05,388 BUT NOW YOU'RE STARTING SCHOOL, 92 00:04:05,412 --> 00:04:08,413 YOU HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY CATCH, BASEBALL. 93 00:04:12,319 --> 00:04:13,696 OK. OK. GOOD. 94 00:04:13,720 --> 00:04:15,798 LOOK, I CAN GET US SOME TICKETS 95 00:04:15,822 --> 00:04:18,834 TO THE INDIANS GAME ON SATURDAY IF YOU WANNA GO. 96 00:04:18,858 --> 00:04:19,836 AH, THE INDIANS? 97 00:04:19,860 --> 00:04:21,371 I DON'T LIKE THE INDIANS THAT MUCH. 98 00:04:21,395 --> 00:04:22,938 WELL, HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE THE INDIANS? 99 00:04:22,962 --> 00:04:23,940 THEY'RE IN FIRST PLACE. 100 00:04:23,964 --> 00:04:25,363 NOT FINANCIALLY. 101 00:04:26,866 --> 00:04:31,080 IN TERMS OF CASH FLOW, THE ORIOLES ARE THE TEAM TO BEAT THIS YEAR. 102 00:04:31,104 --> 00:04:33,816 THE ORIOLES ARE 15 GAMES OUT. 103 00:04:33,840 --> 00:04:37,320 WELL, WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH ANYTHING? 104 00:04:37,344 --> 00:04:40,356 THEIR TV REVENUES ARE UP 15%. 105 00:04:40,380 --> 00:04:41,857 TICKET PRICES UP 7%. 106 00:04:41,881 --> 00:04:43,526 THESE GUYS ARE DOIN' GREAT. 107 00:04:43,550 --> 00:04:46,884 IF THEY KEEP THIS UP, THEY CAN BUY THE INDIANS. 108 00:04:50,924 --> 00:04:52,568 THAT'S A WHOLE NEW PERSPECTIVE 109 00:04:52,592 --> 00:04:55,137 ON OUR NATIONAL PASTIME. 110 00:04:55,161 --> 00:04:56,205 WELL, COME ON. LET'S, UH... 111 00:04:56,229 --> 00:04:57,474 LET'S HAVE A LITTLE CATCH, HUH? 112 00:04:57,498 --> 00:04:58,641 REMEMBER HOW I SHOWED YOU? 113 00:04:58,665 --> 00:05:00,242 NOW JUST, UH, PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER. 114 00:05:00,266 --> 00:05:01,244 MAKE A CUP. 115 00:05:01,268 --> 00:05:03,235 YEAH. GOOD BOY. 116 00:05:04,271 --> 00:05:05,548 WHOOPS. I'M SORRY, DAD. 117 00:05:05,572 --> 00:05:06,583 OH, NO. 118 00:05:06,607 --> 00:05:07,917 NO, IT'S OK. 119 00:05:07,941 --> 00:05:10,274 YOU'RE TRYING. THAT'S ALL THAT COUNTS. 120 00:05:13,213 --> 00:05:18,160 HE WAS... HE WAS ALWAYS SUPPORTIVE LIKE THAT. 121 00:05:18,184 --> 00:05:20,563 "JUST DO IT. JUST TRY. 122 00:05:20,587 --> 00:05:21,831 "JUST HAVE FUN. 123 00:05:21,855 --> 00:05:23,165 THAT'S ALL THAT MATTERS." 124 00:05:23,189 --> 00:05:25,523 Psychiatrist: YOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH THAT ATTITUDE? 125 00:05:27,026 --> 00:05:28,337 I DON'T KNOW. 126 00:05:28,361 --> 00:05:31,507 I MEAN, IT'S... IT'S A LITTLE NAIVE, ISN'T IT? 127 00:05:31,531 --> 00:05:33,943 I DON'T KNOW. 128 00:05:33,967 --> 00:05:36,946 THERE ARE WINNERS, AND THERE ARE LOSERS IN LIFE, 129 00:05:36,970 --> 00:05:38,981 AND THERE'S NO GETTING AROUND THAT. 130 00:05:39,005 --> 00:05:42,707 SO YOU THINK YOUR FATHER'S A WEAK MAN, THEN? 131 00:05:46,813 --> 00:05:47,790 NO. 132 00:05:47,814 --> 00:05:49,125 BUT YOU JUST SAID... 133 00:05:49,149 --> 00:05:51,149 JUST LET ME FINISH, OK? SORRY. 134 00:05:54,887 --> 00:05:57,700 I USED TO THINK THAT WAY. 135 00:05:57,724 --> 00:06:00,158 I'M EMBARRASSED BY IT NOW... 136 00:06:02,829 --> 00:06:07,543 THAT I COULD BE SO BLIND TO HIS STRENGTH. 137 00:06:07,567 --> 00:06:09,645 HE HAS GREAT LOVE, MY FATHER, 138 00:06:09,669 --> 00:06:12,815 NOT... NOT JUST FOR HIS FAMILY, BUT FOR LIFE. 139 00:06:12,839 --> 00:06:16,819 HE DOESN'T HAVE TO MAKE YOU WRONG FOR HIM TO BE RIGHT. 140 00:06:16,843 --> 00:06:21,179 HE DOESN'T HAVE TO MAKE YOU A LOSER TO BE A WINNER HIMSELF. 141 00:06:23,150 --> 00:06:25,795 I WISH I WAS MORE LIKE MY FATHER. 142 00:06:25,819 --> 00:06:28,598 AW, DAD, ANOTHER SISTER! 143 00:06:28,622 --> 00:06:32,168 H-HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME? 144 00:06:32,192 --> 00:06:36,606 ALEX, SOME OF THESE THINGS ARE NOT CONTROLLABLE, YOU KNOW? 145 00:06:36,630 --> 00:06:39,775 I KNOW, BUT YOU SHOULD HAVE CONSULTED WITH ME FIRST. 146 00:06:39,799 --> 00:06:43,313 ALEX, SHE'S A BEAUTIFUL LITTLE GIRL, 147 00:06:43,337 --> 00:06:44,647 AND WE LOVE HER. 148 00:06:44,671 --> 00:06:45,982 YOU WILL, TOO. 149 00:06:46,006 --> 00:06:47,283 ALL RIGHT. 150 00:06:47,307 --> 00:06:50,086 WHAT'S THIS ONE'S NAME? 151 00:06:50,110 --> 00:06:51,409 JENNIFER. 152 00:06:55,515 --> 00:06:56,926 YOU GOT A MINUTE? 153 00:06:56,950 --> 00:06:58,094 SURE. 154 00:06:58,118 --> 00:07:00,263 WHAT ARE YOU READIN'? 155 00:07:00,287 --> 00:07:01,397 KIERKEGAARD. 156 00:07:01,421 --> 00:07:03,299 INTERNAL DEVELOPMENT OF MAN 157 00:07:03,323 --> 00:07:05,757 AND DYNAMIC REPRESENTATIONAL EXPRESSION. 158 00:07:07,828 --> 00:07:10,328 YEAH, WELL, THAT'S OK FOR FUN. 159 00:07:12,332 --> 00:07:15,812 BUT LATER TRY TO GET IN SOMETHIN' A LITTLE MORE SERIOUS, OK? 160 00:07:15,836 --> 00:07:17,981 I PROMISE. 161 00:07:18,005 --> 00:07:20,817 DO YOU EVER THINK ABOUT IT, JEN? 162 00:07:20,841 --> 00:07:21,818 LIFE? 163 00:07:21,842 --> 00:07:22,819 DEATH? 164 00:07:22,843 --> 00:07:23,986 INFINITY? 165 00:07:24,010 --> 00:07:26,155 WELL, SOMETIMES I DO, 166 00:07:26,179 --> 00:07:30,515 BUT... BUT SOMETIMES I JUST WANT TICKETS TO A VAN HALEN CONCERT. 167 00:07:33,020 --> 00:07:35,020 INTERESTING KID, JEN. 168 00:07:36,857 --> 00:07:39,335 SHE'S THE ONLY TEENAGER I KNOW 169 00:07:39,359 --> 00:07:41,337 WHO CAN COMBINE SOREN KIERKEGAARD 170 00:07:41,361 --> 00:07:43,762 AND EDDIE VAN HALEN IN HER LIFE. 171 00:07:46,366 --> 00:07:49,679 IT'S FUNNY TO BE BACK HERE IN HER ROOM. 172 00:07:49,703 --> 00:07:52,348 THERE'S... THERE'S A CERTAIN PERFUMEY SMELL. 173 00:07:52,372 --> 00:07:54,851 UH, IT WAS HER BIRTHDAY. 174 00:07:54,875 --> 00:07:56,920 SHE WAS 2. 175 00:07:56,944 --> 00:07:59,488 AND I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO GET HER, 176 00:07:59,512 --> 00:08:01,090 SO I GOT HER PERFUME, 177 00:08:01,114 --> 00:08:03,626 BECAUSE I FIGURED, YOU KNOW, GIRLS LIKE THAT, 178 00:08:03,650 --> 00:08:05,650 AND IT WAS ON SALE. 179 00:08:07,321 --> 00:08:10,800 AND, UH, SHE SPILLED IT ALL OVER HER CRIB, 180 00:08:10,824 --> 00:08:14,659 SO NOW, WHENEVER I SMELL VERY, VERY CHEAP PERFUME... 181 00:08:16,496 --> 00:08:18,463 I THINK OF JEN. 182 00:08:20,834 --> 00:08:23,312 THAT'S THE STRANGE THING ABOUT MEMORIES. 183 00:08:23,336 --> 00:08:25,815 SOMETIMES THEY COULD BE MORE REAL 184 00:08:25,839 --> 00:08:28,840 THAN WHAT WE THINK OF AS REALITY. 185 00:08:30,844 --> 00:08:35,324 THE SMELL OF WET WOOL MITTENS ON A RADIATOR... 186 00:08:35,348 --> 00:08:39,851 THAT IS THE SMELL OF MRS. LEAHY'S CLASS IN WINTER, FOREVER. 187 00:08:41,321 --> 00:08:43,499 HEY, THOSE ARE MY MITTENS. 188 00:08:43,523 --> 00:08:46,857 ARE YOU SURE? THEY LOOK A LITTLE BIT LIKE MINE. 189 00:08:48,862 --> 00:08:50,840 YOUR MITTENS HAVE DOLLAR SIGNS 190 00:08:50,864 --> 00:08:52,342 CROCHETED IN THE PALM? 191 00:08:52,366 --> 00:08:55,678 SORRY. I DIDN'T NOTICE THAT. 192 00:08:55,702 --> 00:08:58,081 HEY, YOU'RE THE NEW KID, AREN'T YOU? 193 00:08:58,105 --> 00:08:59,415 YEAH, I'M GREG McCORMICK. 194 00:08:59,439 --> 00:09:00,750 HELLO. MY NAME IS ALEX... 195 00:09:00,774 --> 00:09:02,251 I KNOW WHO YOU ARE. YOU'RE ALEX KEATON, 196 00:09:02,275 --> 00:09:03,474 THE KID WHO KNOWS EVERYTHING. 197 00:09:04,511 --> 00:09:07,223 WHO TOLD YOU THAT? DID MRS. LEAHY SAY THAT? 198 00:09:07,247 --> 00:09:08,924 NO, THE OTHER KIDS WERE SAYIN' IT. 199 00:09:08,948 --> 00:09:10,092 THEY SAY IT'S GREAT HERE. 200 00:09:10,116 --> 00:09:12,228 "ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS JUST KEEP QUIET. 201 00:09:12,252 --> 00:09:14,151 SOONER OR LATER, KEATON RATTLES OFF THE ANSWER." 202 00:09:15,422 --> 00:09:18,268 HOW COME YOU KNOW SO MUCH? 203 00:09:18,292 --> 00:09:20,659 I TAKE SOME NIGHT CLASSES. 204 00:09:22,329 --> 00:09:23,895 OHIO STATE. 205 00:09:26,900 --> 00:09:28,244 WELL, I'LL SEE YOU AROUND. 206 00:09:28,268 --> 00:09:30,446 I'M GONNA GO OUT AND PLAY FOR RECESS. 207 00:09:30,470 --> 00:09:31,870 I'M SORRY ABOUT THE MITTENS. 208 00:09:32,906 --> 00:09:34,918 HEY, DO YOU WANNA COME OUT AND PLAY? 209 00:09:34,942 --> 00:09:37,086 ME? 210 00:09:37,110 --> 00:09:39,288 YEAH, YOU. YOU KNOW HOW TO PLAY, DON'T YOU? 211 00:09:39,312 --> 00:09:41,624 WELL, I... I NORMALLY STAY INSIDE AT RECESS 212 00:09:41,648 --> 00:09:44,627 AND HELP MRS. LEAHY PREPARE TOMORROW'S ASSIGNMENTS. 213 00:09:44,651 --> 00:09:46,529 COME ON. THERE'S A SNOWBALL FIGHT GOIN' ON. 214 00:09:46,553 --> 00:09:48,430 YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE A GOOD SNOWBALL? 215 00:09:48,454 --> 00:09:50,533 NO. 216 00:09:50,557 --> 00:09:52,334 SEE? YOU DON'T KNOW EVERYTHING. 217 00:09:52,358 --> 00:09:53,836 LET'S GO! 218 00:09:53,860 --> 00:09:55,337 DON'T KNOW EVERYTHING. 219 00:09:55,361 --> 00:09:56,839 DON'T KNOW ANYTHING! 220 00:09:56,863 --> 00:10:00,275 WHATEVER IT IS THAT I BASE MY LIFE UPON 221 00:10:00,299 --> 00:10:02,778 IS... IS FALLING OUT FROM UNDERNEATH ME. 222 00:10:02,802 --> 00:10:04,947 DO YOU BELIEVE IN GOD, ALEX? 223 00:10:04,971 --> 00:10:07,282 I DON'T WANNA TALK ABOUT THAT, OK? 224 00:10:07,306 --> 00:10:09,785 I'M SORRY. GO ON. 225 00:10:09,809 --> 00:10:11,787 YOU KNOW WHAT'S BOTHERING ME? 226 00:10:11,811 --> 00:10:15,290 I MEAN REALLY, REALLY BOTHERING ME? 227 00:10:15,314 --> 00:10:18,293 S-SOMETHING THAT I'M HAVING A VERY DIFFICULT TIME GETTING PAST. 228 00:10:18,317 --> 00:10:19,294 WHAT'S THAT? 229 00:10:19,318 --> 00:10:21,318 I'M PAYING YOU FOR THIS! 230 00:10:27,827 --> 00:10:31,807 I'M PAYING YOU TO SIT THERE AND LISTEN TO ME. 231 00:10:31,831 --> 00:10:34,810 I'M PAYING A GUY FROM GRANT COLLEGE 232 00:10:34,834 --> 00:10:36,946 TO SIT AND LISTEN TO MY LIFE STORY 233 00:10:36,970 --> 00:10:38,280 AND GIVE ME ADVICE. 234 00:10:38,304 --> 00:10:40,950 GRANT COLLEGE, A SCHOOL THAT GIVES A COURSE 235 00:10:40,974 --> 00:10:41,974 IN OPENING UMBRELLAS. 236 00:10:44,678 --> 00:10:47,178 I GOT AN "A" IN THAT. 237 00:10:49,015 --> 00:10:51,326 ALL RIGHT, LOOK, TH-THIS IS POINTLESS. 238 00:10:51,350 --> 00:10:54,196 I'M NOT GETTING ANY ANSWERS. I'M NOT GETTING ANY ADVICE. 239 00:10:54,220 --> 00:10:55,898 I'M... I'M JUST SITTING HERE, DOIN' ALL THE TALKING, 240 00:10:55,922 --> 00:10:57,433 A-AND YOU'RE JUST PULLING IT OUT OF ME. 241 00:10:57,457 --> 00:10:59,435 HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THAT? 242 00:10:59,459 --> 00:11:01,437 HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THAT? 243 00:11:01,461 --> 00:11:02,927 I ASKED YOU FIRST. 244 00:11:05,966 --> 00:11:08,466 YOU'RE REALLY GETTIN' ON MY NERVES. 245 00:11:09,970 --> 00:11:12,114 WHAT IS IT YOU WANT, ALEX? 246 00:11:12,138 --> 00:11:14,183 WHAT IS IT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR? 247 00:11:14,207 --> 00:11:16,418 I JUST WANNA FEEL... 248 00:11:16,442 --> 00:11:20,056 THE WAY I FELT WHEN I WAS A LITTLE BOY... 249 00:11:20,080 --> 00:11:23,158 THAT... THAT FEELING OF SECURITY, 250 00:11:23,182 --> 00:11:24,983 THAT FEELING OF SAFETY. 251 00:11:27,320 --> 00:11:31,500 COMIN' HOME TO MY HOUSE ON A COLD, RAINY NIGHT, 252 00:11:31,524 --> 00:11:34,103 I'D SEE THE LIGHT ON IN THE KITCHEN WINDOW, 253 00:11:34,127 --> 00:11:38,874 AND I KNEW THERE WAS NO PLACE ELSE I WANTED TO BE. 254 00:11:38,898 --> 00:11:42,144 THE COLDER I GOT AND THE WETTER I GOT, 255 00:11:42,168 --> 00:11:43,813 THE MORE I ENJOYED IT, 256 00:11:43,837 --> 00:11:46,315 BECAUSE I KNEW IN 2 MINUTES, 257 00:11:46,339 --> 00:11:49,318 I WAS GONNA BE IN THAT KITCHEN, 258 00:11:49,342 --> 00:11:50,842 SAFE AND WARM. 259 00:11:52,345 --> 00:11:53,823 YOU KNOW HEMINGWAY'S STORY, 260 00:11:53,847 --> 00:11:56,826 A CLEAN, WELL-LIGHTED PLACE? 261 00:11:56,850 --> 00:11:59,829 I CAN'T SAY I'M FAMILIAR WITH THAT, NO. 262 00:11:59,853 --> 00:12:01,163 THAT'S RIGHT. I FORGOT. 263 00:12:01,187 --> 00:12:02,832 YOU WENT TO GRANT COLLEGE. 264 00:12:02,856 --> 00:12:05,434 ALL RIGHT, OK, LET ME PUT IT IN TERMS 265 00:12:05,458 --> 00:12:07,837 THAT YOU CAN UNDERSTAND, OK? 266 00:12:07,861 --> 00:12:10,028 YOU REMEMBER WHEN BATMAN... 267 00:12:11,531 --> 00:12:13,843 WANTED TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL, 268 00:12:13,867 --> 00:12:15,867 HE'D GO DOWN TO THE BATCAVE? 269 00:12:19,372 --> 00:12:21,372 UH-HUH, YEAH! 270 00:12:26,379 --> 00:12:29,358 THAT WAS THE FEELING WALKIN' INTO THAT KITCHEN. 271 00:12:29,382 --> 00:12:30,860 I MEAN, WALKING IN THERE 272 00:12:30,884 --> 00:12:33,362 WAS LIKE WALKIN' INTO A HUG. 273 00:12:33,386 --> 00:12:36,866 I'LL TELL YOU A LITTLE SECRET. 274 00:12:36,890 --> 00:12:38,200 SOMETIMES... 275 00:12:38,224 --> 00:12:41,203 I'D FAKE A LITTLE COUGH, 276 00:12:41,227 --> 00:12:43,706 A LITTLE SNEEZE, A LITTLE SNIFFLE, 277 00:12:43,730 --> 00:12:47,398 JUST TO GET A LITTLE EXTRA ATTENTION. 278 00:12:49,402 --> 00:12:51,380 HEY, WHO'D IT HURT? 279 00:12:51,404 --> 00:12:52,882 AH-CHOO! AH-CHOO! 280 00:12:52,906 --> 00:12:54,751 YOU ALL RIGHT, HONEY? 281 00:12:54,775 --> 00:12:56,886 OH, I'M FINE, MOMMY. 282 00:12:56,910 --> 00:12:59,343 I JUST GOT A LITTLE COLD. 283 00:13:04,351 --> 00:13:05,995 YOU COME ON IN HERE. 284 00:13:06,019 --> 00:13:08,130 I'VE GOT YOUR BLANKET READY FOR YOU. 285 00:13:08,154 --> 00:13:11,354 AH, MOMMY, STOP. DON'T GO TO ALL THIS TROUBLE. 286 00:13:11,925 --> 00:13:14,303 IT'S NO TROUBLE. YOU JUST SIT HERE. 287 00:13:14,327 --> 00:13:16,593 I'M GONNA MAKE YOU SOME HOT CHOCOLATE. 288 00:13:18,364 --> 00:13:20,031 YES! 289 00:13:25,871 --> 00:13:27,182 HOT CHOCOLATE. 290 00:13:27,206 --> 00:13:28,683 ONE MORE SNEEZE, 291 00:13:28,707 --> 00:13:30,747 I GET WHIPPED CREAM. 292 00:13:31,544 --> 00:13:32,876 AH-CHOO! 293 00:13:37,684 --> 00:13:39,662 ALEX, ARE YOU JUST FAKING 294 00:13:39,686 --> 00:13:41,664 BEING SICK AGAIN? 295 00:13:41,688 --> 00:13:42,865 YOU'RE JUST JEALOUS, MAL, 296 00:13:42,889 --> 00:13:44,700 BECAUSE YOU CAN'T PULL IT OFF. 297 00:13:44,724 --> 00:13:47,203 SEE, I KNOW HOW TO DO THESE THINGS SELECTIVELY. 298 00:13:47,227 --> 00:13:51,407 A LITTLE COUGH, A LITTLE SNIFFLE. 299 00:13:51,431 --> 00:13:53,876 YOU COME IN AND SAY, "I'VE GOT MALARIA. 300 00:13:53,900 --> 00:13:56,700 CAN I HAVE SOME HOT CHOCOLATE?" 301 00:13:59,206 --> 00:14:00,749 THANK YOU, MOMMY. 302 00:14:00,773 --> 00:14:02,818 I'M FEELING MUCH BETTER NOW. 303 00:14:02,842 --> 00:14:04,820 WOULD YOU LIKE SOME COOKIES? 304 00:14:04,844 --> 00:14:07,290 OH, MOMMY, YOU STOP IT, OK? 305 00:14:07,314 --> 00:14:09,425 Y-YOU'RE SPOILING ME. 306 00:14:09,449 --> 00:14:10,682 WHAT KIND? 307 00:14:12,519 --> 00:14:15,565 I'M YOUR MOMMY. I CAN SPOIL YOU IF I LIKE. 308 00:14:15,589 --> 00:14:16,566 CHOCOLATE CHIP? 309 00:14:16,590 --> 00:14:17,750 BUTTERSCOTCH. 310 00:14:22,329 --> 00:14:24,039 HAVE A GOOD DAY AT KINDERGARTEN TODAY? 311 00:14:24,063 --> 00:14:27,431 IT WAS OK. WE MADE PICTURES. 312 00:14:31,871 --> 00:14:33,349 ALEX, THIS IS BEAUTIFUL. 313 00:14:33,373 --> 00:14:36,853 TH-THIS IS THE NICEST PICTURE YOU'VE EVER GIVEN ME. 314 00:14:36,877 --> 00:14:37,854 THANK YOU, MOMMY. 315 00:14:37,878 --> 00:14:39,521 I WAS THINKING ABOUT YOU 316 00:14:39,545 --> 00:14:40,879 WHEN I BOUGHT IT. 317 00:14:47,887 --> 00:14:49,431 YOU BOUGHT IT? 318 00:14:49,455 --> 00:14:51,867 UH-HUH. ROGER ZIMMERMAN. 319 00:14:51,891 --> 00:14:54,536 HE'S THE MOST TALENTED ARTIST IN OUR CLASS. 320 00:14:54,560 --> 00:14:56,760 NOTHING'S TOO GOOD FOR MY MOMMY. 321 00:14:58,899 --> 00:15:00,376 OH, MOMMY, MOMMY, MOMMY, 322 00:15:00,400 --> 00:15:02,378 CAN WE SING THE SONG? 323 00:15:02,402 --> 00:15:03,667 OH, YEAH, OK. 324 00:15:05,171 --> 00:15:07,750 ♪ WHERE IS THUMBKIN? ♪ 325 00:15:07,774 --> 00:15:10,353 ♪ WHERE IS THUMBKIN? ♪ 326 00:15:10,377 --> 00:15:12,621 ♪ HERE I AM ♪ 327 00:15:12,645 --> 00:15:14,723 ♪ HERE I AM ♪ 328 00:15:14,747 --> 00:15:17,026 ♪ HOW ARE YOU THIS MORNING? ♪ 329 00:15:17,050 --> 00:15:19,228 ♪ VERY WELL, I THANK YOU ♪ 330 00:15:19,252 --> 00:15:21,097 ♪ RUN AND HIDE ♪ 331 00:15:21,121 --> 00:15:23,665 ♪ RUN AND HIDE ♪ 332 00:15:23,689 --> 00:15:25,834 ♪ WHERE IS THUMBKIN... ♪ 333 00:15:25,858 --> 00:15:28,837 THAT WAS... THAT WAS THE SWEETEST-TASTING HOT CHOCOLATE 334 00:15:28,861 --> 00:15:31,840 I EVER HAD IN MY LIFE. 335 00:15:31,864 --> 00:15:35,344 I'M NEVER GONNA... NEVER GONNA FEEL THAT... THAT SAFE AGAIN, 336 00:15:35,368 --> 00:15:37,368 THAT PROTECTED. 337 00:15:39,038 --> 00:15:41,371 HEY, A-LEX. 338 00:15:43,375 --> 00:15:45,488 HI, NICK. 339 00:15:45,512 --> 00:15:47,156 WHAT ARE YOU DOIN' HERE? 340 00:15:47,180 --> 00:15:49,091 WHAT DO YOU MEAN, WHAT AM I DOING HERE? 341 00:15:49,115 --> 00:15:51,193 THESE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE, RIGHT? 342 00:15:51,217 --> 00:15:52,228 I'M IN YOUR LIFE. 343 00:15:52,252 --> 00:15:55,286 NICK, I'M PAYING THIS GUY BY THE HOUR. 344 00:15:56,789 --> 00:15:58,133 OK? 345 00:15:58,157 --> 00:15:59,668 I DON'T WANNA USE UP 346 00:15:59,692 --> 00:16:01,803 ANY OF MY TIME TALKING TO YOU. 347 00:16:01,827 --> 00:16:04,973 WHAT, YOU THINK YOU GOT NOTHIN' TO LEARN FROM ME, ALEX? 348 00:16:04,997 --> 00:16:07,176 HUH? YOU DON'T THINK I AIN'T GOT NOTHIN' TO TEACH YOU? 349 00:16:07,200 --> 00:16:09,011 NO, NICK. I DON'T THINK 350 00:16:09,035 --> 00:16:11,847 YOU AIN'T GOT NOTHIN' TO TEACH ME. 351 00:16:11,871 --> 00:16:14,717 ALEX, WHAT KIND OF GRAMMAR IS THAT? 352 00:16:14,741 --> 00:16:17,419 SORRY, MRS. LEAHY. 353 00:16:17,443 --> 00:16:19,844 JUST TRYIN' TO MAKE A POINT HERE. 354 00:16:22,182 --> 00:16:24,093 COME ON. GO AWAY, WILL YOU, OK? 355 00:16:24,117 --> 00:16:25,494 YOU'RE GETTIN' ME INTO TROUBLE. 356 00:16:25,518 --> 00:16:28,931 HEY, HEY, HEY. YOU ARE JUST AFRAID OF THIS SIDE OF ME IN YOU. 357 00:16:28,955 --> 00:16:31,167 THERE IS NO SIDE OF YOU IN ME, NICK. 358 00:16:31,191 --> 00:16:33,235 SURE THERE IS. 359 00:16:33,259 --> 00:16:36,861 Steppenwolf: ♪ BORN TO BE WILD ♪ 360 00:16:40,366 --> 00:16:43,901 ♪ BORN TO BE WILD ♪ 361 00:16:47,673 --> 00:16:50,118 ALEX, CAN WE COME IN?! 362 00:16:51,144 --> 00:16:53,043 JUST STUDYING, MOM. 363 00:16:55,882 --> 00:16:57,526 FABULOUS REPORT CARD, ALEX. 364 00:16:57,550 --> 00:16:58,928 AH, THANKS, DAD. 365 00:16:58,952 --> 00:17:01,663 LISTEN TO WHAT YOUR TEACHER WROTE ON YOUR PAPER. 366 00:17:01,687 --> 00:17:03,332 "ALEX KNOWS MORE ABOUT ECONOMICS 367 00:17:03,356 --> 00:17:05,000 "THAN MOST PEOPLE IN AMERICA. 368 00:17:05,024 --> 00:17:07,336 "I'M ASSUMING THIS PAPER DESERVES AN A. 369 00:17:07,360 --> 00:17:09,440 I DON'T FULLY UNDERSTAND IT." 370 00:17:12,932 --> 00:17:14,877 WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU, SON. 371 00:17:14,901 --> 00:17:16,101 VERY PROUD, HONEY. 372 00:17:17,336 --> 00:17:20,116 I DIDN'T KNOW YOU LIKED ROCK MUSIC, ALEX. 373 00:17:20,140 --> 00:17:23,686 I DON'T LIKE ROCK MUSIC, MALLORY. 374 00:17:23,710 --> 00:17:26,655 I HEARD YOU PLAYING ROCK MUSIC LAST NIGHT... 375 00:17:26,679 --> 00:17:30,059 STEPPENWOLF AND JIM MORRISON AND THE DOORS. 376 00:17:30,083 --> 00:17:33,429 GREG LIKES JIM MORRISON AND THE DOORS, NOT ME. 377 00:17:33,453 --> 00:17:37,232 The Doors: ♪ THE TIME TO HESITATE IS THROUGH ♪ 378 00:17:37,256 --> 00:17:41,303 ♪ NO TIME TO WALLOW IN THE MIRE ♪ 379 00:17:41,327 --> 00:17:44,873 ♪ TRY NOW, WE CAN ONLY LOSE ♪ 380 00:17:44,897 --> 00:17:48,944 ♪ AND OUR LOVE BECOME A FUNERAL PYRE ♪ 381 00:17:48,968 --> 00:17:52,781 ♪ COME ON, BABY, LIGHT MY FIRE ♪ 382 00:17:52,805 --> 00:17:56,752 ♪ COME ON, BABY, LIGHT MY FIRE ♪ 383 00:17:56,776 --> 00:18:01,356 ♪ TRY TO SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE ♪ 384 00:18:01,380 --> 00:18:02,858 ♪ YEAH ♪ 385 00:18:02,882 --> 00:18:04,359 AH, MAN, ALEX, I GOTTA GO. 386 00:18:04,383 --> 00:18:05,561 I'LL SEE YOU IN SCHOOL TOMORROW. 387 00:18:05,585 --> 00:18:07,963 OK, DON'T FORGET TO BRING MY HOMEWORK, OK? 388 00:18:07,987 --> 00:18:08,964 DON'T I ALWAYS? 389 00:18:08,988 --> 00:18:11,067 HEY, HEY, HEY, MY DAD SAID 390 00:18:11,091 --> 00:18:13,969 HE MIGHT GET TICKETS FOR US FOR THE INDIANS GAME ON SUNDAY. 391 00:18:13,993 --> 00:18:15,170 YOUR DAD IS THE GREATEST. 392 00:18:15,194 --> 00:18:17,173 CAN HE GET A TICKET FOR MY BROTHER, TOO? 393 00:18:17,197 --> 00:18:18,908 WAIT. DON'T GO. 394 00:18:18,932 --> 00:18:20,042 HUH? 395 00:18:20,066 --> 00:18:21,544 DON'T GO, OK? 396 00:18:21,568 --> 00:18:23,245 DON'T WALK OUT THAT DOOR. DON'T GO. 397 00:18:23,269 --> 00:18:24,446 I GOTTA GO. MY MOM MADE SUPPER. 398 00:18:24,470 --> 00:18:26,181 NO. NO, DON'T LEAVE, OK? DON'T LEAVE. 399 00:18:26,205 --> 00:18:28,417 JUST STAY HERE IN THIS ROOM WITH ME FOREVER. 400 00:18:28,441 --> 00:18:30,674 ALEX, THIS IS SO SUDDEN. 401 00:18:34,847 --> 00:18:37,426 JUST... JUST LISTEN TO ME, OK? OK? 402 00:18:37,450 --> 00:18:39,161 'CAUSE I CAN'T BEAR TO SEE YOU GO. 403 00:18:39,185 --> 00:18:41,197 ALEX, 2 14-YEAR-OLD GUYS 404 00:18:41,221 --> 00:18:43,199 SHOULD BE ABLE TO SAY GOOD-BYE WITHOUT CRYING. 405 00:18:43,223 --> 00:18:44,600 NO, YOU'RE NOT 14. 406 00:18:44,624 --> 00:18:45,601 I'M NOT? 407 00:18:45,625 --> 00:18:47,836 NO, WELL, YOU ARE NOW. 408 00:18:47,860 --> 00:18:49,338 YOU ARE NOW, 409 00:18:49,362 --> 00:18:50,973 BUT IN A... IN A BLINK, 410 00:18:50,997 --> 00:18:53,775 YOU'RE GONNA BE 21 LIKE ME. 411 00:18:53,799 --> 00:18:55,344 YOU'RE 21? 412 00:18:55,368 --> 00:18:57,846 A-AND YOU'RE GONNA WALK OUT THE FRONT DOOR TO THIS HOUSE, 413 00:18:57,870 --> 00:19:00,683 AND YOU'RE GONNA GET KILLED IN A CAR ACCIDENT. 414 00:19:00,707 --> 00:19:03,351 ALEX, A SIMPLE "HAVE A NICE DAY" WILL DO. 415 00:19:03,375 --> 00:19:05,587 DON'T GO, OK? DON'T GO. 416 00:19:05,611 --> 00:19:07,978 DON'T GO. DON'T... 417 00:19:09,315 --> 00:19:10,792 IT'S NOT FAIR! 418 00:19:10,816 --> 00:19:12,816 IT'S NOT FAIR! 419 00:19:14,820 --> 00:19:17,599 GREG SHOULD NOT BE DEAD. 420 00:19:17,623 --> 00:19:20,769 HE NEVER HURT ANYBODY. 421 00:19:20,793 --> 00:19:22,537 WHY? 422 00:19:22,561 --> 00:19:23,572 WHY? 423 00:19:23,596 --> 00:19:26,341 DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT, ALEX. 424 00:19:26,365 --> 00:19:27,709 HEY. 425 00:19:27,733 --> 00:19:29,844 I'M JUST A KID. 426 00:19:29,868 --> 00:19:32,347 YOU'RE SPECIAL. 427 00:19:32,371 --> 00:19:34,550 KEEP TRYING. PLAY FAIR. 428 00:19:34,574 --> 00:19:36,218 WE'RE PROUD OF YOU, HONEY. 429 00:19:36,242 --> 00:19:38,642 LIE DOWN. TAKE A NAP. 430 00:19:44,884 --> 00:19:46,928 WHY ARE YOU CRYING, ALEX? 431 00:19:46,952 --> 00:19:48,697 YOU GOT AN OWEE? 432 00:19:48,721 --> 00:19:51,834 YEAH, YEAH, SORT OF. 433 00:19:51,858 --> 00:19:53,802 WANT ME TO KISS IT AND MAKE IT BETTER? 434 00:19:53,826 --> 00:19:56,772 I SURE DO. 435 00:20:00,333 --> 00:20:01,476 BETTER? 436 00:20:01,500 --> 00:20:02,633 MUCH. 437 00:20:04,003 --> 00:20:05,981 COULD YOU COME HOME NOW? 438 00:20:06,005 --> 00:20:07,549 UH, PRETTY SOON, OK? PRETTY SOON. 439 00:20:07,573 --> 00:20:10,152 I... I JUST HAVE A FEW LOOSE ENDS TO TIE UP. 440 00:20:10,176 --> 00:20:13,336 I'M GONNA GO HOME AND GET SOME HOT CHOCOLATE. 441 00:20:15,415 --> 00:20:16,847 AH-CHOO! 442 00:20:23,122 --> 00:20:28,003 THAT'S ME 17 YEARS AGO. 443 00:20:28,027 --> 00:20:30,839 JUST MAKES ME THINK... 444 00:20:30,863 --> 00:20:34,342 HOW MUCH I'VE BEEN THROUGH IN MY LIFE ALREADY 445 00:20:34,366 --> 00:20:36,366 AND WHAT IT'S ALL MEANT. 446 00:20:39,371 --> 00:20:40,871 I DON'T WANNA DIE. 447 00:20:42,374 --> 00:20:46,354 I... I DON'T MEAN... I DON'T MEAN I DON'T WANNA DIE YOUNG. 448 00:20:46,378 --> 00:20:49,357 I DON'T WANNA DIE MIDDLE-AGED. 449 00:20:49,381 --> 00:20:51,860 I DON'T WANNA DIE OLD. 450 00:20:51,884 --> 00:20:53,361 I DON'T WANNA DIE... 451 00:20:53,385 --> 00:20:55,530 EVER. 452 00:20:55,554 --> 00:20:58,055 DO YOU BELIEVE IN GOD, ALEX? 453 00:21:00,392 --> 00:21:03,372 THAT'S WHAT THIS ALL COMES DOWN TO, RIGHT? 454 00:21:03,396 --> 00:21:04,728 DOESN'T IT? 455 00:21:06,065 --> 00:21:09,066 THAT'S WHAT I'M TRYIN' TO FIGURE OUT HERE. 456 00:21:10,903 --> 00:21:13,882 BECAUSE... BECAUSE IF THERE IS A GOD, 457 00:21:13,906 --> 00:21:16,818 THEN... THEN... THEN SOMEHOW THIS... 458 00:21:16,842 --> 00:21:18,320 ALL MAKES SENSE. 459 00:21:18,344 --> 00:21:21,323 I MEAN, THERE'S GOTTA BE A REASON, 460 00:21:21,347 --> 00:21:24,692 SOME MASTER PLAN IN WHICH GREG'S... 461 00:21:24,716 --> 00:21:27,662 DYING AND MY LIVING MAKE SENSE. 462 00:21:27,686 --> 00:21:29,186 WHAT DO YOU THINK? 463 00:21:32,024 --> 00:21:35,025 THE ANALYTICAL SIDE OF ME SAYS NO. 464 00:21:37,696 --> 00:21:40,175 ON A STRAIGHT COST-EFFICIENCY BASIS, 465 00:21:40,199 --> 00:21:43,878 YOU CAN'T PROVE IT. 466 00:21:43,902 --> 00:21:46,348 THERE'S NO ANNUAL REPORT. 467 00:21:46,372 --> 00:21:49,351 THERE'S NO PICTURES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 468 00:21:49,375 --> 00:21:51,041 I MEAN RECENT ONES. 469 00:21:56,849 --> 00:21:58,827 AND... AND THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS 470 00:21:58,851 --> 00:22:00,851 THAT JUST CANNOT BE ACCOUNTED FOR. 471 00:22:05,724 --> 00:22:08,392 BUT THEN THERE ARE THESE MIRACULOUS THINGS. 472 00:22:10,029 --> 00:22:12,041 PHENOMENA OF NATURE 473 00:22:12,065 --> 00:22:13,875 LIKE, UH... 474 00:22:13,899 --> 00:22:15,644 LIKE MOUNTAINS 475 00:22:15,668 --> 00:22:17,146 AND OCEANS 476 00:22:17,170 --> 00:22:20,149 AND SKIPPY GETTING DRESSED BY HIMSELF, 477 00:22:20,173 --> 00:22:22,651 AND... AND YOU GOTTA THINK 478 00:22:22,675 --> 00:22:25,342 THAT SOMEBODY'S HELPIN' OUT WITH THAT. 479 00:22:28,448 --> 00:22:30,514 THE ANSWER IS YES. 480 00:22:33,519 --> 00:22:35,853 I DO BELIEVE IN GOD... 481 00:22:37,290 --> 00:22:40,502 BUT NOT A MEAN... NOT A MEAN ANGRY GOD, 482 00:22:40,526 --> 00:22:43,138 LIKE... LIKE THE GODS YOU SEE ON TV 483 00:22:43,162 --> 00:22:45,006 THAT ALWAYS... YOU KNOW THE PREACHERS 484 00:22:45,030 --> 00:22:48,031 AND... AND ALWAYS ASKING YOU TO SEND THEM MONEY. 485 00:22:49,535 --> 00:22:51,034 AND, UM... 486 00:22:53,038 --> 00:22:55,350 AND NOT A GROOVY GOD 487 00:22:55,374 --> 00:22:57,040 LIKE MALLORY'S GOD... 488 00:22:58,377 --> 00:23:01,044 MATCHING SWEAT PANTS AND HEADBAND. 489 00:23:02,848 --> 00:23:05,827 AND NOT A GOD LIKE BROTHER TIMOTHY'S GOD EITHER, 490 00:23:05,851 --> 00:23:08,830 BECAUSE I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE THAT GOD MEANT ME 491 00:23:08,854 --> 00:23:10,521 TO STAY AWAY FROM GIRLS. 492 00:23:12,024 --> 00:23:15,359 IF HE DID, HE WOULDN'T HAVE MADE ME SO CUTE. 493 00:23:23,836 --> 00:23:26,147 I THINK GOD IS GENTLE 494 00:23:26,171 --> 00:23:30,207 AND... FORGIVING... 495 00:23:32,110 --> 00:23:35,111 AND NOT ONE SPECIAL FORM, YOU KNOW? 496 00:23:36,782 --> 00:23:39,761 I MEAN, ONE DAY, HE'S A DOLPHIN. 497 00:23:39,785 --> 00:23:44,788 THE NEXT DAY, HE'S TRADING SHARES ON WALL STREET. 498 00:23:46,925 --> 00:23:47,902 IT'D BE FUNNY 499 00:23:47,926 --> 00:23:50,238 IF ONE DAY, HE GOT MIXED UP 500 00:23:50,262 --> 00:23:52,929 AND WENT TO WALL STREET AS A DOLPHIN. 501 00:23:54,633 --> 00:23:55,944 YOU SURPRISE ME, ALEX. 502 00:23:55,968 --> 00:23:58,279 I DIDN'T THINK YOU REALLY WOULD BELIEVE, 503 00:23:58,303 --> 00:24:00,915 A BOTTOM-LINE GUY LIKE YOURSELF. 504 00:24:00,939 --> 00:24:05,119 YEAH. WELL, WELL, PART OF ME IS A LITTLE NERVOUS ABOUT IT. 505 00:24:05,143 --> 00:24:08,623 I MEAN, I... I LIKE TO KNOW WHAT I KNOW, 506 00:24:08,647 --> 00:24:10,792 SEE IT... 507 00:24:10,816 --> 00:24:14,128 BE ABLE TO PROVE IT ON A... ON A TEST, 508 00:24:14,152 --> 00:24:16,598 TO KNOW IT, TO LEARN IT, AND BE DONE, 509 00:24:16,622 --> 00:24:18,633 AND I JUST GOT A FEELING... 510 00:24:18,657 --> 00:24:21,636 THAT YOU KEEP GETTING TESTED ON THIS ONE. 511 00:24:21,660 --> 00:24:24,160 SO WHAT DO YOU DO NOW? 512 00:24:26,299 --> 00:24:28,744 WELL... 513 00:24:28,768 --> 00:24:29,933 GREG'S DEAD... 514 00:24:31,771 --> 00:24:33,270 AND I'M ALIVE... 515 00:24:34,440 --> 00:24:36,440 AND I CAN'T CHANGE THAT. 516 00:24:41,113 --> 00:24:44,114 BUT I CAN KEEP HIS MEMORY ALIVE. 517 00:24:46,118 --> 00:24:47,596 I CAN TAKE... 518 00:24:47,620 --> 00:24:49,119 HIS SENSE OF HUMOR... 519 00:24:51,624 --> 00:24:54,436 AND HIS... AND HIS ENERGY... 520 00:24:54,460 --> 00:24:57,272 AND HIS WARMTH... 521 00:24:57,296 --> 00:25:00,631 AND I CAN MAKE IT MY OWN. 522 00:25:02,301 --> 00:25:05,814 I CAN BE THE BEST ALEX KEATON THAT I CAN BE, 523 00:25:05,838 --> 00:25:09,351 AND I CAN USE THE GIFTS THAT I'VE BEEN GIVEN, 524 00:25:09,375 --> 00:25:12,688 AND I CAN TAKE THE TIME 525 00:25:12,712 --> 00:25:15,813 TO APPRECIATE THE BEAUTY IN THIS LIFE... 526 00:25:21,654 --> 00:25:23,131 AND I CAN... 527 00:25:23,155 --> 00:25:24,822 I CAN BE GENTLE... 528 00:25:26,659 --> 00:25:28,136 AND I CAN BE... 529 00:25:28,160 --> 00:25:30,472 FORGIVING... 530 00:25:30,496 --> 00:25:31,762 AND THOUGHTFUL... 531 00:25:33,599 --> 00:25:37,078 AND I CAN MAKE A LOT OF MONEY... 532 00:25:37,102 --> 00:25:40,081 BECAUSE, WELL, I-I'M SURE GOD WANTS ME TO. 533 00:25:40,105 --> 00:25:41,583 BECAUSE IF HE DIDN'T, 534 00:25:41,607 --> 00:25:44,608 HE WOULDN'T HAVE MADE ME SO SMART. 535 00:25:46,111 --> 00:25:48,757 I... I WANNA... I WANNA TALK A LITTLE BIT MORE. 536 00:25:48,781 --> 00:25:50,759 UH, DO WE STILL HAVE TIME? 537 00:25:50,783 --> 00:25:52,093 YEAH, SURE. SIT DOWN. 538 00:25:52,117 --> 00:25:55,096 ALL RIGHT. OK. I... I GOT SO MUCH IN MY HEAD NOW. 539 00:25:55,120 --> 00:25:57,599 I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO START. 540 00:25:57,623 --> 00:25:59,863 START FROM THE BEGINNING. 541 00:26:01,627 --> 00:26:04,394 MY NAME IS ALEX KEATON. 542 00:26:40,232 --> 00:26:41,342 SIT, UBU, SIT. 543 00:26:41,366 --> 00:26:43,033 GOOD DOG. 37538

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