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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:58,308 --> 00:01:00,101 WOMAN: Hey, butterfly. 2 00:01:03,646 --> 00:01:05,648 WOMAN: Wanna go see your daddy? 3 00:01:08,693 --> 00:01:11,112 MAN: Okay, here's the thing. 4 00:01:11,196 --> 00:01:12,864 All you need to know... 5 00:01:13,740 --> 00:01:15,408 "Go Wildcats." 6 00:01:15,492 --> 00:01:18,370 - Your mama's a Duke fan. Big rift there. 7 00:01:18,453 --> 00:01:20,330 But this is our year. 8 00:01:20,413 --> 00:01:22,415 You're gonna be on my side. Got it? 9 00:01:23,917 --> 00:01:25,335 MAN: Okay. 10 00:01:25,418 --> 00:01:27,879 All right, we had the talk. You can have her. 11 00:01:27,962 --> 00:01:29,089 - All right. - Uh-huh. 12 00:01:29,172 --> 00:01:30,590 Nice try. 13 00:01:30,674 --> 00:01:33,927 Now focus. Doc says we need a name to sign her out. 14 00:01:34,052 --> 00:01:36,930 And don't say Ed. We're not naming our daughter Ed. 15 00:01:37,055 --> 00:01:39,516 - I said Ed Jr. - I'm serious. 16 00:01:39,599 --> 00:01:41,518 - She needs a name. 17 00:01:41,601 --> 00:01:43,812 Well, her sister wants to call her Yoda. 18 00:01:43,895 --> 00:01:45,730 Maybe you should decide. 19 00:01:47,357 --> 00:01:48,441 Michelle. 20 00:01:49,859 --> 00:01:52,278 - Means "Gift from God." - ED: Okay. 21 00:01:52,362 --> 00:01:53,988 Michelle it is. 22 00:01:55,907 --> 00:01:59,077 Michelle Edward Yoda Schmitt Jr. 23 00:01:59,160 --> 00:02:00,328 That's enough. 24 00:02:07,460 --> 00:02:08,795 Beautiful. 25 00:02:11,297 --> 00:02:12,882 DOCTOR: Mr. Schmitt? 26 00:02:14,009 --> 00:02:15,343 DOCTOR: Mr. Schmitt? 27 00:02:16,928 --> 00:02:19,431 Her blood pressure is starting to fall. 28 00:02:20,515 --> 00:02:21,808 It'll be soon. 29 00:02:22,642 --> 00:02:23,893 I'm so sorry. 30 00:02:43,830 --> 00:02:44,831 I... 31 00:02:47,292 --> 00:02:49,127 I don't know how to do this. 32 00:02:54,299 --> 00:02:56,009 You go rest now, baby. 33 00:02:56,885 --> 00:02:57,886 Okay? 34 00:03:00,138 --> 00:03:01,848 I'll take care of the girls. 35 00:03:06,728 --> 00:03:08,688 [SOMBER MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 36 00:03:28,083 --> 00:03:30,043 [HARD TO HANDLE PLAYING BY GREAT WHITE] 37 00:03:33,922 --> 00:03:37,300 All right, you know the drill. One, two, three, go. 38 00:03:39,678 --> 00:03:41,554 Hey, you forgot the salt. 39 00:03:41,638 --> 00:03:42,764 MAN: Better do another round. 40 00:03:42,847 --> 00:03:44,015 - Okay. 41 00:03:44,099 --> 00:03:45,767 One for me, one for my friend, 42 00:03:45,850 --> 00:03:47,435 and one for everyone at the bar. 43 00:03:47,519 --> 00:03:49,479 - I am good, honey. 44 00:03:49,562 --> 00:03:51,106 Come on. Let's have some fun. 45 00:03:51,231 --> 00:03:52,482 Y'all want some shots? 46 00:04:01,950 --> 00:04:02,951 WOMAN: Come on. 47 00:04:05,078 --> 00:04:06,413 WOMAN 2: Get it, girl! 48 00:04:08,623 --> 00:04:10,208 Cheers. 49 00:04:10,291 --> 00:04:13,128 Now, you said one drink. 50 00:04:13,253 --> 00:04:16,464 Well, I'm just tryin' to make one of these guys look my age. 51 00:04:16,548 --> 00:04:19,342 Well, ain't enough booze in this place for that, honey. 52 00:04:19,426 --> 00:04:21,720 - I'm good. 53 00:04:21,803 --> 00:04:24,014 [BOOT SCOOTIN' BOOGIE BY BROOKS & DUNN PLAYING] 54 00:04:25,682 --> 00:04:27,017 I love this song. 55 00:04:27,976 --> 00:04:29,894 Girl. 56 00:04:29,978 --> 00:04:31,479 ♪ Out in the country Past the city limits sign 57 00:04:31,563 --> 00:04:32,731 Stop that. 58 00:04:32,814 --> 00:04:34,357 - ♪ Where there's a honky-tonk - No. 59 00:04:34,441 --> 00:04:36,526 - ♪ Near the county line - WOMAN 3: Come on, sugar. 60 00:04:36,609 --> 00:04:38,820 - ♪ The joint starts jumpin' every night - WOMAN 4: You got this, girl! 61 00:04:38,903 --> 00:04:40,572 ♪ When the sun goes down 62 00:04:40,655 --> 00:04:42,365 Come on, get down. 63 00:04:42,449 --> 00:04:45,285 - Girl, get down from there. - ♪ They got whiskey women 64 00:04:45,368 --> 00:04:46,953 ♪ Music and smoke 65 00:04:47,037 --> 00:04:49,414 ♪ It's where All the cowboy folk 66 00:04:49,497 --> 00:04:51,916 ♪ Go to boot scootin' boogie 67 00:04:54,711 --> 00:04:55,795 ♪ I got a good job 68 00:04:55,879 --> 00:04:57,964 ♪ I work hard for my money 69 00:04:58,048 --> 00:05:00,258 ♪ When it's quittin' time 70 00:05:00,342 --> 00:05:01,509 ♪ I hit the door runnin'... ♪ 71 00:05:12,937 --> 00:05:14,397 ♪ Stuck out in the woods... ♪ 72 00:05:15,690 --> 00:05:17,525 I'm all right! Let's keep goin'! 73 00:05:18,318 --> 00:05:19,569 ♪ Yeah 74 00:05:19,652 --> 00:05:22,280 ♪ Heel toe, do-si-do Come on, baby ♪ 75 00:06:37,814 --> 00:06:39,024 WOMAN: Well, good morning. 76 00:06:39,149 --> 00:06:41,151 You scared me. 77 00:06:41,693 --> 00:06:43,611 Please tell me you're the only one here. 78 00:06:43,695 --> 00:06:44,904 It's just me. 79 00:06:44,988 --> 00:06:48,450 Thank God. 80 00:06:48,533 --> 00:06:51,536 - What a night, huh? - Mmm. 81 00:06:52,829 --> 00:06:54,247 Did you drive me home? 82 00:06:54,372 --> 00:06:56,166 I did. Took a little bit of work. 83 00:06:57,042 --> 00:06:59,169 You were belligerent. 84 00:07:02,255 --> 00:07:03,631 All right. Come on. 85 00:07:03,715 --> 00:07:05,300 I think it was the bar that was belligerent. 86 00:07:05,425 --> 00:07:07,469 - Did you see what it did to me? - Come on. Get your shoes. 87 00:07:07,552 --> 00:07:08,970 - Waffle House? - No. 88 00:07:09,054 --> 00:07:10,555 - You're a genius. - No Waffle House, Sharon. 89 00:07:10,638 --> 00:07:12,140 This can't keep happening. 90 00:07:12,223 --> 00:07:13,892 Really, I'm officially worried. 91 00:07:16,853 --> 00:07:18,563 - You're officially worried? - Yeah. 92 00:07:18,646 --> 00:07:20,231 Well, hey, y'all, it's official. She's worried. 93 00:07:20,315 --> 00:07:21,483 Come on. Get your shoes. 94 00:07:22,317 --> 00:07:24,819 - No. - Get your shoes. 95 00:07:24,903 --> 00:07:26,988 Come on, Rose, seriously. 96 00:07:28,531 --> 00:07:29,616 What is this? 97 00:07:29,699 --> 00:07:32,077 This is me bein' a good friend. 98 00:07:32,160 --> 00:07:35,163 This is me not allowin' you to become your mother. 99 00:07:35,246 --> 00:07:36,706 Now, put on the shoes. 100 00:07:39,751 --> 00:07:41,086 Sharon. 101 00:07:43,254 --> 00:07:45,006 MAN: I got so tired of that feeling. 102 00:07:46,091 --> 00:07:47,676 Empty. 103 00:07:47,759 --> 00:07:50,720 No meaning, no nothin'. 104 00:07:50,804 --> 00:07:53,139 I had to find something beyond myself. 105 00:07:53,223 --> 00:07:54,766 Some purpose. 106 00:07:54,849 --> 00:07:56,601 That's when things changed for me. 107 00:07:58,019 --> 00:07:59,312 Started, anyway. 108 00:07:59,396 --> 00:08:02,357 So, that's my advice. 109 00:08:02,482 --> 00:08:05,527 Find a reason to be here that's bigger than you are. 110 00:08:05,610 --> 00:08:07,862 - MAN 2: Thanks, man. 111 00:08:08,988 --> 00:08:11,616 Anyone else who would like to share? 112 00:08:13,201 --> 00:08:15,537 Anyone here for the first time? 113 00:08:18,415 --> 00:08:19,708 Really? 114 00:08:20,625 --> 00:08:21,584 Oh. 115 00:08:22,085 --> 00:08:23,628 Oh, sure. 116 00:08:23,712 --> 00:08:25,171 My name is Sharon. 117 00:08:25,255 --> 00:08:26,840 ALL: Hey, Sharon. 118 00:08:26,923 --> 00:08:29,217 And I'm not an alcoholic. 119 00:08:29,300 --> 00:08:30,927 I'm just a pissed-off hairdresser 120 00:08:31,011 --> 00:08:34,264 with a splittin' headache and a super annoyin' friend. 121 00:08:35,932 --> 00:08:37,892 [SAFE PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS BY TROUBLE IN THE WIND ] 122 00:09:15,805 --> 00:09:16,973 CASHIER: Ma'am? 123 00:09:20,477 --> 00:09:21,644 CASHIER: Ma'am? 124 00:09:30,403 --> 00:09:32,364 [SOMBER MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 125 00:10:14,114 --> 00:10:17,117 Dad, we have a situation. 126 00:10:17,200 --> 00:10:20,036 I wanna look pretty for Mommy. 127 00:10:23,748 --> 00:10:25,333 Well... 128 00:10:25,417 --> 00:10:28,336 I don't see the problem here. She looks beautiful to me. 129 00:10:31,673 --> 00:10:34,009 Maybe just a little off the cheeks. 130 00:10:43,935 --> 00:10:45,895 [CAPTIVATING INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING] 131 00:10:58,700 --> 00:11:00,493 SHARON: Liver transplant. 132 00:11:01,327 --> 00:11:02,579 Poor little thing. 133 00:11:30,607 --> 00:11:32,108 What are you doin'? 134 00:11:32,734 --> 00:11:34,361 This is stupid. 135 00:11:35,362 --> 00:11:36,363 PASTOR: "My God... 136 00:11:37,530 --> 00:11:39,574 "why hast thou forsaken me?" 137 00:11:42,035 --> 00:11:45,330 Sometimes there just isn't an answer. 138 00:11:45,413 --> 00:11:47,957 Stupid, stupid, stupid. 139 00:11:48,041 --> 00:11:51,252 PASTOR: For the pain, for the loss. 140 00:11:54,339 --> 00:11:55,340 As humans, 141 00:11:56,716 --> 00:11:58,802 we are always seeking answers. 142 00:12:01,221 --> 00:12:03,640 - We wanna know the reason why. 143 00:12:05,850 --> 00:12:07,769 PASTOR: Why did we lose our sister Theresa? 144 00:12:09,270 --> 00:12:13,066 Beloved mother, wife, friend. 145 00:12:15,402 --> 00:12:21,116 Theresa was a light and an inspiration to everyone. 146 00:12:21,199 --> 00:12:24,244 And that's what makes all this so much more painful. 147 00:12:24,327 --> 00:12:27,497 And the lack of answers so much more frustrating. 148 00:12:31,501 --> 00:12:32,502 Ed. 149 00:12:33,628 --> 00:12:34,796 I am so sorry. 150 00:12:36,881 --> 00:12:40,885 I wish I had the perfect words to say to you in this moment. 151 00:12:42,929 --> 00:12:44,472 But I can tell you this. 152 00:12:46,141 --> 00:12:47,892 God is here with us right now... 153 00:12:48,810 --> 00:12:49,978 in this very room. 154 00:12:50,770 --> 00:12:52,397 And we are here with you. 155 00:12:54,149 --> 00:12:55,275 And we love you. 156 00:12:57,444 --> 00:13:00,071 So, lean on God. Lean on us. 157 00:13:02,032 --> 00:13:03,908 That is my challenge to all of you. 158 00:13:05,201 --> 00:13:07,912 Find a way to help this family. 159 00:13:15,295 --> 00:13:16,671 GIRL: Let's go get some food. 160 00:13:19,090 --> 00:13:20,550 - Okay. Careful. - MICHELLE: Come. 161 00:13:26,306 --> 00:13:27,932 - Oh, my gosh. - It's quite all right. 162 00:13:30,935 --> 00:13:32,562 - Sorry. Thank you. - ED: It's okay. 163 00:13:33,730 --> 00:13:35,732 Your skirt sparkles. 164 00:13:35,857 --> 00:13:37,567 Well, hi there. 165 00:13:37,650 --> 00:13:39,152 You must be Michelle. 166 00:13:39,235 --> 00:13:42,405 I wish my dress sparkled. 167 00:13:42,489 --> 00:13:44,741 Look how it spins. 168 00:13:44,866 --> 00:13:46,951 Oh, well, that's really pretty. 169 00:13:47,035 --> 00:13:49,037 I'm five years old but almost six. 170 00:13:49,120 --> 00:13:51,206 Oh, yeah? And what about you? 171 00:13:51,289 --> 00:13:53,416 I bet you're... Wait, I bet you're 12. 172 00:13:53,500 --> 00:13:54,751 I'm only eight. 173 00:13:54,876 --> 00:13:56,086 Only eight? 174 00:13:56,169 --> 00:13:57,253 Look at your belt. It matches her dress. 175 00:13:57,337 --> 00:13:58,963 Hello. I don't believe we've met. 176 00:13:59,047 --> 00:14:01,424 I don't think we know each other. 177 00:14:01,508 --> 00:14:03,093 Are you one of Theresa's friends? 178 00:14:03,176 --> 00:14:06,513 No. I just wandered in off the street. 179 00:14:06,596 --> 00:14:08,556 Uh... 180 00:14:08,640 --> 00:14:11,518 Sorry. I got up a little fast. 181 00:14:11,601 --> 00:14:12,644 I'm dizzy. 182 00:14:12,727 --> 00:14:14,646 I, um... 183 00:14:15,230 --> 00:14:16,481 Um, I'm Sharon. 184 00:14:18,316 --> 00:14:19,442 I just... 185 00:14:19,526 --> 00:14:20,902 I read about your family in the paper, 186 00:14:20,985 --> 00:14:24,114 and I just wanted to come by and say 187 00:14:24,197 --> 00:14:25,615 I'm real sorry. 188 00:14:26,491 --> 00:14:28,368 - Really. - Thank you, ma'am. 189 00:14:28,451 --> 00:14:31,788 And if there's ever anything I can do to help... 190 00:14:35,083 --> 00:14:38,962 Very kind of you, but we're holding on. 191 00:14:39,045 --> 00:14:41,923 SHARON: All right, then. I'll let y'all get back to it and... 192 00:14:42,007 --> 00:14:43,967 Sorry, I know it's kinda weird to have... 193 00:14:44,050 --> 00:14:46,177 Well, anyway, I'll be thinkin' of y'all. 194 00:14:47,470 --> 00:14:48,555 Okay, bye, girls. 195 00:14:48,638 --> 00:14:50,348 GIRLS: Bye. SHARON: Bye. 196 00:14:55,186 --> 00:14:56,563 Stupid. 197 00:14:58,606 --> 00:15:00,900 ROSE: So, wait a minute. 198 00:15:00,984 --> 00:15:04,696 You just wandered into a lady-you-never-met-before's funeral? 199 00:15:04,779 --> 00:15:06,031 [WAY YOU MOVE PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS BY BEN WAGNER ] 200 00:15:06,114 --> 00:15:07,115 Why, exactly? 201 00:15:07,198 --> 00:15:08,408 'Cause she's Aunt Sharon. 202 00:15:08,491 --> 00:15:10,577 Now, I don't know why. 203 00:15:10,660 --> 00:15:13,371 Just somethin' about that little girl, sick, 204 00:15:13,455 --> 00:15:16,124 without a mama, it just breaks my heart. 205 00:15:16,207 --> 00:15:19,294 She's just five, and she already needs a liver transplant. 206 00:15:20,337 --> 00:15:21,755 Then I heard people saying 207 00:15:21,838 --> 00:15:24,257 the family's bled dry from all the hospital bills. 208 00:15:26,468 --> 00:15:27,469 Rose. 209 00:15:29,387 --> 00:15:31,473 I think I'm supposed to give them the money. 210 00:15:31,556 --> 00:15:32,807 For the transplant. 211 00:15:32,932 --> 00:15:34,351 You got that kind of money, I want a raise. 212 00:15:34,434 --> 00:15:36,686 You're lucky I'm paying you anything at all. 213 00:15:36,770 --> 00:15:39,981 I don't mean give them the money, from me, you know. 214 00:15:41,441 --> 00:15:44,110 Find it. Get it somehow. 215 00:15:44,194 --> 00:15:46,780 Thousands of dollars for a stranger's surgery. 216 00:15:46,863 --> 00:15:48,823 Just "get it." 217 00:15:48,948 --> 00:15:50,992 Don't be negative. 218 00:15:51,076 --> 00:15:53,203 You know what it was like for me growin' up. 219 00:15:53,286 --> 00:15:59,793 I guess I just feel... connected to her. 220 00:15:59,876 --> 00:16:03,004 You really think this is what you need to be focusing on right now? 221 00:16:04,381 --> 00:16:05,965 Actually, I do. 222 00:16:06,049 --> 00:16:09,469 'Cause I just heard recently, from this anonymous person 223 00:16:09,552 --> 00:16:12,305 that we all need to find meaning and purpose outside ourselves. 224 00:16:12,389 --> 00:16:15,016 That there's some good advice, don't ya think? 225 00:16:17,185 --> 00:16:18,144 Mmm-hmm. 226 00:17:13,074 --> 00:17:14,451 She eat today? 227 00:17:15,618 --> 00:17:16,786 Little bit. 228 00:17:17,620 --> 00:17:19,122 She gotta eat, Ma. 229 00:17:33,678 --> 00:17:34,721 MICHELLE: Daddy? 230 00:17:37,974 --> 00:17:39,351 ED: Hey, butterfly. 231 00:17:46,149 --> 00:17:47,942 You're supposed to be asleep. 232 00:17:49,152 --> 00:17:50,195 Mmm. 233 00:17:50,278 --> 00:17:51,613 Where's Mommy? 234 00:17:54,574 --> 00:17:56,326 Grammy said she was in heaven. 235 00:17:56,409 --> 00:17:57,994 Is that true? 236 00:18:01,748 --> 00:18:03,583 But where is she really? 237 00:18:09,798 --> 00:18:11,841 She's in here now. 238 00:18:11,925 --> 00:18:14,761 But where is she really? 239 00:18:14,844 --> 00:18:17,597 Dad, I'm five. You can be real with me. 240 00:18:26,523 --> 00:18:28,483 It's confusing, I know. 241 00:18:33,113 --> 00:18:34,489 Come on, one bite. 242 00:18:35,949 --> 00:18:37,534 That's a good big bite. 243 00:18:39,494 --> 00:18:41,162 Come on. Let's tuck you in. 244 00:18:56,261 --> 00:18:57,762 You don't have to stay, Ma. 245 00:18:57,846 --> 00:18:58,930 I know. 246 00:19:00,890 --> 00:19:03,143 Can't do it all by yourself, Ed. 247 00:19:05,228 --> 00:19:07,188 [SOMBER MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 248 00:19:51,191 --> 00:19:52,484 MAN: Turning to the weather, 249 00:19:52,567 --> 00:19:54,444 another Kentucky fall here in Louisville. 250 00:19:54,527 --> 00:19:56,696 If you're like me, you're eyeing these skies 251 00:19:56,780 --> 00:19:58,573 with concern, and for good reason. 252 00:19:58,656 --> 00:20:00,283 With dark clouds on the horizon, 253 00:20:00,367 --> 00:20:01,910 high humidity and thunderstorms on the way... 254 00:20:03,828 --> 00:20:06,039 ...all the conditions are right, so be prepared, folks. 255 00:20:06,122 --> 00:20:08,500 This is what we call tornado weather. 256 00:20:08,583 --> 00:20:10,794 Authorities are recommending you get indoors. 257 00:20:10,877 --> 00:20:12,504 Head to a basement if you've got one 258 00:20:12,587 --> 00:20:14,381 - and stay away from windows. - What'd I ever do to you? 259 00:20:14,464 --> 00:20:16,841 Be safe out there, Kentuckiana. 260 00:20:16,925 --> 00:20:18,635 - ASHLEY: "The tide is going out soon. 261 00:20:18,718 --> 00:20:21,012 "If they get stuck on the beach, they'll die. 262 00:20:21,096 --> 00:20:22,347 "The old man frowned..." 263 00:20:22,430 --> 00:20:24,557 - Daddy. 264 00:20:24,641 --> 00:20:26,643 Oh, it's okay, sweetie. Everything's gonna be fine. 265 00:20:26,726 --> 00:20:29,312 I got you. Look at these big, strong hands. 266 00:20:29,396 --> 00:20:30,897 - Don't, Daddy. Don't, Daddy. - Think anything's gonna happen 267 00:20:30,980 --> 00:20:33,316 - with these big strong hands? 268 00:20:33,400 --> 00:20:35,360 - You're safe. 269 00:20:35,443 --> 00:20:37,487 You're not stronger than the storm, Daddy. 270 00:20:37,570 --> 00:20:39,155 - Wanna bet? 271 00:20:39,280 --> 00:20:40,865 - You wanna bet? 272 00:20:40,949 --> 00:20:42,659 ED: Go on. Keep reading. 273 00:20:42,742 --> 00:20:45,912 ASHLEY: "The old man frowned and said, 'Don't you see? 274 00:20:45,995 --> 00:20:47,706 "'The beach stretches for miles 275 00:20:47,789 --> 00:20:50,083 "'and there are more starfish than you can count. 276 00:20:50,166 --> 00:20:52,293 "'Even if you worked all day and all night, 277 00:20:52,377 --> 00:20:54,671 "'it still wouldn't make a difference.' 278 00:20:54,754 --> 00:20:58,341 "As the man spoke, the girl picked up another starfish 279 00:20:58,425 --> 00:21:00,093 "and tossed it back into the ocean. 280 00:21:00,176 --> 00:21:02,637 "Then, grinning, she said, 281 00:21:02,721 --> 00:21:04,472 "'Made a difference for that one.'" 282 00:21:04,556 --> 00:21:07,600 - Whoo! Yeah. Nicely done. - BARBARA: Well done. Good reading. 283 00:21:07,684 --> 00:21:10,353 - ASHLEY: Good job, baby. 284 00:21:10,437 --> 00:21:11,980 - We're gonna have to go. - What? What is it? 285 00:21:12,063 --> 00:21:13,356 Her eyes are yellow. 286 00:21:13,440 --> 00:21:14,899 - Oh, no. What? No. - MICHELLE: What, Daddy? 287 00:21:14,983 --> 00:21:16,776 - You can't drive in this. - ED: No, I'm gonna have to. 288 00:21:16,860 --> 00:21:18,069 Come on, baby girl. 289 00:21:18,153 --> 00:21:19,946 - You wanna go on an adventure? - Mmm-hmm. 290 00:21:20,030 --> 00:21:21,364 What's wrong, Daddy? 291 00:21:21,448 --> 00:21:22,782 Well, nothing. Everything's gonna be fine. 292 00:21:22,866 --> 00:21:23,992 You stay with Grammy. I love you. 293 00:21:24,075 --> 00:21:25,785 No, but the highway's gonna be closed. 294 00:21:25,869 --> 00:21:27,537 - ED: I'll take 150 around. - You're not gonna get through... 295 00:21:27,620 --> 00:21:28,747 - ED: I'll take a side street. - Daddy! 296 00:21:28,830 --> 00:21:30,165 I know every road in this town. 297 00:21:37,130 --> 00:21:39,883 ED: Come on. You okay? 298 00:21:39,966 --> 00:21:41,426 Your legs okay, sweetie? 299 00:21:42,552 --> 00:21:44,012 Joyce? 300 00:21:44,095 --> 00:21:46,598 We're gonna need another blood transfusion. Right now. 301 00:21:50,643 --> 00:21:53,104 Don't look. We don't look. 302 00:21:53,188 --> 00:21:54,564 Remember what we do? 303 00:21:55,982 --> 00:21:59,819 Look at me. Staring contest. 304 00:21:59,903 --> 00:22:01,321 - You don't blink. 305 00:22:01,404 --> 00:22:04,157 Don't look. Don't look. 306 00:22:04,240 --> 00:22:05,950 All right. 307 00:22:06,034 --> 00:22:07,869 It's time to go night-night. 308 00:22:07,952 --> 00:22:10,372 Do the belly song. 309 00:22:10,455 --> 00:22:12,499 Oh, that's Mommy's song. 310 00:22:12,582 --> 00:22:14,000 I'm not very good at that. 311 00:22:14,084 --> 00:22:15,335 Do it. 312 00:22:17,796 --> 00:22:19,339 Um... 313 00:22:21,591 --> 00:22:22,717 All right. 314 00:22:28,890 --> 00:22:32,644 ♪ I can rub Your belly slow 315 00:22:34,020 --> 00:22:38,650 - ♪ I can rub your belly fast 316 00:22:38,733 --> 00:22:42,612 ♪ I can rub it to and fro 317 00:22:42,696 --> 00:22:45,156 ♪ I can make it last 318 00:22:45,240 --> 00:22:48,618 - ♪ And last 319 00:22:48,702 --> 00:22:52,497 ♪ I can rub it round and round 320 00:22:52,580 --> 00:22:57,460 - ♪ I can rub it up or down 321 00:22:57,544 --> 00:23:00,714 ♪ I can rub it short 322 00:23:00,797 --> 00:23:05,844 - ♪ Or long 323 00:23:05,927 --> 00:23:11,182 - ♪ This is the end Of the belly song ♪ 324 00:23:14,227 --> 00:23:16,062 Good job, Daddy. 325 00:23:18,314 --> 00:23:19,733 Very sweet of you. 326 00:23:21,276 --> 00:23:22,277 Go to sleep. 327 00:23:23,987 --> 00:23:25,155 Good night. 328 00:23:29,451 --> 00:23:33,455 DOCTOR: She is accelerating faster than we expected. 329 00:23:33,538 --> 00:23:35,582 The good news is we're moving her up to number six 330 00:23:35,665 --> 00:23:36,958 on the transplant list. 331 00:23:37,042 --> 00:23:38,460 Bottom line, Doc. 332 00:23:39,753 --> 00:23:41,463 Without a liver, I believe she has a year. 333 00:23:42,130 --> 00:23:44,090 Or maybe less. 334 00:23:44,174 --> 00:23:47,135 And how long does it take to get from number six to number one? 335 00:23:47,218 --> 00:23:50,180 - I can't say with any certainty, but... - More than a year? 336 00:23:50,263 --> 00:23:52,140 Yeah. Normally. 337 00:23:52,223 --> 00:23:53,641 Two, two-and-a-half years. 338 00:23:53,725 --> 00:23:57,187 Look, I don't want you to give up hope. 339 00:23:57,270 --> 00:23:59,147 Okay? Circumstances change. 340 00:24:00,648 --> 00:24:03,151 But I do want you to be prepared, 341 00:24:03,234 --> 00:24:04,319 Mr. Schmitt. 342 00:24:05,695 --> 00:24:08,531 We knew this was gonna be a difficult road. 343 00:24:08,615 --> 00:24:11,159 And it was certainly not gonna be easy. 344 00:24:11,242 --> 00:24:13,036 But let's take this one day at a time. 345 00:24:13,787 --> 00:24:14,788 In the meantime... 346 00:24:18,792 --> 00:24:19,834 WOMAN: Insurance card? 347 00:24:20,710 --> 00:24:21,878 No. 348 00:24:21,961 --> 00:24:23,213 No health insurance? 349 00:24:24,047 --> 00:24:25,507 No. 350 00:24:25,590 --> 00:24:27,175 WOMAN: Oh, okay, uh... 351 00:24:27,258 --> 00:24:31,805 Your total will be $6,130 352 00:24:31,888 --> 00:24:33,223 - and 50... - 6,000? 353 00:24:33,306 --> 00:24:34,474 $6,000? 354 00:24:35,475 --> 00:24:38,895 ...$130.50. Yes. 355 00:24:44,109 --> 00:24:45,193 Thank you. 356 00:24:49,989 --> 00:24:51,574 WOMAN: Um... 357 00:24:51,658 --> 00:24:52,909 It declined. 358 00:24:54,411 --> 00:24:56,871 Do you have another form of payment? 359 00:24:56,955 --> 00:24:57,956 Um... 360 00:25:02,043 --> 00:25:03,044 Uh... 361 00:25:07,757 --> 00:25:08,717 Thank you. 362 00:25:16,808 --> 00:25:18,935 WOMAN: Sorry. Uh... 363 00:25:19,019 --> 00:25:21,771 Do you have a debit card maybe? 364 00:25:21,855 --> 00:25:24,232 MAN: Throughout the affected residential area, 365 00:25:24,315 --> 00:25:25,775 there's a large stretch of homes 366 00:25:25,859 --> 00:25:27,527 - damaged or destroyed... 367 00:25:27,610 --> 00:25:29,904 ...while their neighbors are completely untouched. 368 00:25:29,988 --> 00:25:31,990 The unlucky path of the beast. 369 00:25:32,073 --> 00:25:34,826 A few communities lie in ruin as the rest of the city 370 00:25:34,909 --> 00:25:36,578 goes on with life as usual. 371 00:25:36,661 --> 00:25:40,415 Quick pause for station identification here on 99.7 DJX. 372 00:25:40,540 --> 00:25:41,708 [I'LL TAKE YOU THERE BY THE STAPLE SINGERS] 373 00:25:41,791 --> 00:25:44,377 Hey, you two. We're doing a hair-a-thon. 374 00:25:44,461 --> 00:25:46,796 We're cuttin' hair for a good cause. Why don't you come on in? 375 00:25:46,880 --> 00:25:48,340 See right down here. Shear Elegance. 376 00:25:50,216 --> 00:25:52,719 Excuse me. How are you? 377 00:25:52,802 --> 00:25:54,304 I'd love to put some highlights in that hair. 378 00:25:54,387 --> 00:25:55,430 I mean, you are so pretty. 379 00:25:55,555 --> 00:25:56,931 I like the volume on the top, 380 00:25:57,015 --> 00:25:58,350 but let's shave a little bit more here. 381 00:25:58,433 --> 00:26:01,227 We can get some of that hair out of your ears. 382 00:26:01,311 --> 00:26:04,147 Watch yourself now. This storm made a big dang mess. 383 00:26:04,230 --> 00:26:06,775 We're raisin' money for this little girl to save her life. 384 00:26:06,858 --> 00:26:09,235 And we're right down the street here. You come on in. 385 00:26:09,319 --> 00:26:11,905 Come on by. We're cuttin' hair for a good cause. 386 00:26:11,988 --> 00:26:14,491 Thank you so much for comin', y'all. Thank you. 387 00:26:14,616 --> 00:26:16,743 The wait won't be long. I promise. 388 00:26:16,826 --> 00:26:18,912 And look at you. Well, you're just perfect. 389 00:26:18,995 --> 00:26:20,872 We don't need to do anything with you. 390 00:26:20,955 --> 00:26:22,707 We'll be right with you. 391 00:26:22,791 --> 00:26:24,501 - Don't you look gorgeous. - WOMAN: Thanks. 392 00:26:24,626 --> 00:26:26,711 Thank you for helpin' save this girl. 393 00:26:35,220 --> 00:26:36,680 ROSE: Thank you. 394 00:26:39,766 --> 00:26:41,101 - MAN: Keep goin' with it. - Thank you. 395 00:26:42,352 --> 00:26:44,145 How the heck did you do this? 396 00:26:44,229 --> 00:26:46,815 And how come you ain't never done this for us? 397 00:26:46,898 --> 00:26:48,942 Just needed proper motivation. 398 00:26:49,025 --> 00:26:50,402 ROSE: Mmm-hmm. 399 00:26:53,446 --> 00:26:54,989 It's only 7:00. 400 00:26:55,073 --> 00:26:56,991 We need more people. It's not enough. 401 00:26:57,075 --> 00:26:59,285 - Oh, don't you worry. 402 00:27:02,497 --> 00:27:03,957 SHARON: What's this? ROSE: Girl, I got 403 00:27:04,040 --> 00:27:06,042 42 cousins on my mama's side alone. 404 00:27:06,126 --> 00:27:07,794 I called all of 'em. 405 00:27:07,877 --> 00:27:09,295 - I couldn't love you more... 406 00:27:09,379 --> 00:27:11,006 ...if you were smothered in gravy. 407 00:27:11,089 --> 00:27:13,299 MAN: Hey! Hello! SHARON: Come on in. 408 00:27:13,383 --> 00:27:15,343 - Rose. - Hey. 409 00:27:15,427 --> 00:27:16,970 SHARON: What a beautiful family. 410 00:27:17,929 --> 00:27:19,222 - Hey. - What's up, baby? 411 00:27:19,305 --> 00:27:20,557 I'm good. I'm good. 412 00:27:20,682 --> 00:27:22,517 Make me beautiful. 413 00:27:22,642 --> 00:27:24,561 Make me twice as beautiful. 414 00:27:24,686 --> 00:27:26,146 Twice as beautiful as me? Come on, man. 415 00:27:26,229 --> 00:27:27,897 - They're not magicians. 416 00:27:27,981 --> 00:27:30,734 - All right. - What can I do for you? 417 00:27:30,817 --> 00:27:34,362 - $3,254. 418 00:27:35,405 --> 00:27:37,365 That is a lotta haircuts. 419 00:27:37,449 --> 00:27:39,075 - It sure is. 420 00:27:40,660 --> 00:27:44,456 I'd say let's get a drink to celebrate, but... 421 00:27:50,170 --> 00:27:52,547 I can feel you not talkin' right now. 422 00:27:54,883 --> 00:27:57,510 All right, I know that was an intense thing to do, 423 00:27:57,594 --> 00:28:00,013 just to drop you off like that, but... 424 00:28:00,096 --> 00:28:01,723 Well, it was a wake-up call. 425 00:28:03,475 --> 00:28:05,185 Message received. 426 00:28:07,020 --> 00:28:08,021 I'm just... 427 00:28:09,022 --> 00:28:12,567 I'm gonna stop drinkin' so much. 428 00:28:14,611 --> 00:28:16,321 But it's mainly so I don't have to 429 00:28:16,404 --> 00:28:18,823 - see that look on your face. 430 00:28:25,038 --> 00:28:26,122 Okay. 431 00:28:28,208 --> 00:28:29,793 BARBARA: Michelle-my-belle, keep trying my patience, 432 00:28:29,876 --> 00:28:31,002 I'm gonna turn you over my knee. Hey! 433 00:28:31,086 --> 00:28:32,629 Hey! Get over here. 434 00:28:32,754 --> 00:28:34,839 Off with that bathing suit, girl! Okay? 435 00:28:34,923 --> 00:28:37,884 Mommy lets me wait till I'm dry. It's not fair! 436 00:28:37,967 --> 00:28:39,052 I want Mommy back! 437 00:28:40,136 --> 00:28:41,137 Yeah, me, too. 438 00:28:41,221 --> 00:28:43,181 Do what Grammy said. Go. 439 00:28:45,183 --> 00:28:46,893 Welcome home. 440 00:28:46,976 --> 00:28:49,729 - She's got her energy back. - Yeah, she sure does. 441 00:28:51,981 --> 00:28:53,024 You get my noodles? 442 00:28:53,108 --> 00:28:54,609 - The what? 443 00:28:54,734 --> 00:28:57,278 The noodles. Egg noodles. They're on the list. 444 00:28:57,362 --> 00:28:59,280 Oh. I guess I forgot. 445 00:28:59,364 --> 00:29:02,158 What do you mean you forgot? I already made the stroganoff. 446 00:29:02,242 --> 00:29:04,119 - All I need is the noodles. 447 00:29:04,202 --> 00:29:05,620 Sorry. 448 00:29:05,745 --> 00:29:07,789 Well, how could you forget when I gave you a list? 449 00:29:07,872 --> 00:29:09,749 - I don't know, Ma. 450 00:29:09,833 --> 00:29:11,418 I write lists so you won't forget. 451 00:29:11,501 --> 00:29:12,794 If I knew you weren't gonna do it, I... 452 00:29:12,877 --> 00:29:14,004 I said, enough! 453 00:29:15,255 --> 00:29:16,256 Just leave it. 454 00:29:40,321 --> 00:29:41,823 I couldn't afford the noodles. 455 00:29:43,324 --> 00:29:46,327 Couldn't afford half the things on that list. 456 00:29:46,411 --> 00:29:48,580 Billing said if I don't catch up on payments, 457 00:29:48,663 --> 00:29:52,083 I'm gonna have to start taking her to some public hospital two hours away. 458 00:30:01,551 --> 00:30:03,261 Son, 459 00:30:03,345 --> 00:30:05,430 don't lose your faith over this. 460 00:30:07,015 --> 00:30:10,018 Come on now. Gotta hold strong. 461 00:30:13,313 --> 00:30:14,439 My faith? 462 00:30:18,485 --> 00:30:21,654 You know how many prayer lists Theresa was on? 463 00:30:23,281 --> 00:30:24,866 Seventeen. 464 00:30:27,369 --> 00:30:31,289 And now they got Michelle on all those same lists. 465 00:30:34,292 --> 00:30:35,877 Lotta good faith's doin' me. 466 00:30:38,213 --> 00:30:40,131 - Yeah. 467 00:30:40,215 --> 00:30:42,634 Daddy, the lady from Mama's funeral's at the door. 468 00:30:43,385 --> 00:30:44,511 What lady? 469 00:30:44,594 --> 00:30:46,763 The sparkly rainbow lady. 470 00:30:49,349 --> 00:30:50,767 Hi. Sharon. 471 00:30:50,892 --> 00:30:53,645 Remember me? From the service? 472 00:30:53,728 --> 00:30:55,188 Yes, ma'am. 473 00:30:55,271 --> 00:30:57,190 - How could you forget, right? - Huh. 474 00:30:57,273 --> 00:31:00,068 Um, well, I didn't have your number, so I just thought 475 00:31:00,151 --> 00:31:02,237 I'd come by and give you this. 476 00:31:05,198 --> 00:31:08,201 My friend and I own a hair salon downtown. 477 00:31:08,284 --> 00:31:11,079 We had a thing to raise money for your daughter. 478 00:31:11,162 --> 00:31:14,290 That's $3,254. 479 00:31:14,374 --> 00:31:16,960 I know it ain't much in the overall scheme of things. 480 00:31:17,043 --> 00:31:18,628 But, well, I hope it helps. 481 00:31:20,505 --> 00:31:21,673 This is, uh... 482 00:31:21,756 --> 00:31:24,009 It's an answer to prayer is what that is. 483 00:31:25,093 --> 00:31:26,094 Wouldn't you say, Ed? 484 00:31:26,177 --> 00:31:27,595 What was your name again? 485 00:31:27,679 --> 00:31:29,347 Oh, Sharon. Sharon Stevens. 486 00:31:29,431 --> 00:31:31,766 I'm Barbara. Um... 487 00:31:31,891 --> 00:31:33,435 Well, have you eaten yet? 488 00:31:33,518 --> 00:31:35,979 - I just made dinner, if you wanna stay. - I'd love to. 489 00:31:36,062 --> 00:31:38,273 BARBARA: Yeah, come on in. It's just stroganoff, 490 00:31:38,356 --> 00:31:40,233 but except maybe with rice, if I can find any. 491 00:31:40,316 --> 00:31:42,318 Unless you brought noodles too. 492 00:31:42,402 --> 00:31:43,653 - SHARON: Hi, there. - Hi. 493 00:31:43,737 --> 00:31:46,197 SHARON: How are you doing, huh? 494 00:31:46,281 --> 00:31:48,658 - Good. - SHARON: What'd you do today? 495 00:31:48,742 --> 00:31:50,660 - We went swimmin'. - Oh, you went swimmin'? 496 00:31:50,744 --> 00:31:52,370 - Ma. - Huh, what? 497 00:31:53,246 --> 00:31:55,331 What are you doin'? 498 00:31:55,415 --> 00:31:58,793 When the Lord sends a woman to the door with an envelope full of cash, 499 00:31:58,918 --> 00:32:01,129 you invite her in for dinner. 500 00:32:01,212 --> 00:32:02,464 I met this woman. 501 00:32:03,798 --> 00:32:05,633 She's a mess. 502 00:32:05,717 --> 00:32:07,677 Perfect. She'll fit right in. 503 00:32:09,179 --> 00:32:11,139 SHARON: I heard she was a real sweetheart. 504 00:32:12,515 --> 00:32:13,516 SHARON: Mmm. 505 00:32:15,310 --> 00:32:16,853 ASHLEY: Grammy, can I have some butter, please? 506 00:32:16,978 --> 00:32:18,605 BARBARA: Mmm-hmm. Here you are. That's for you. 507 00:32:20,607 --> 00:32:21,566 ED: Can you grab me another roll? 508 00:32:22,275 --> 00:32:23,526 BARBARA: Yes. Here, son. 509 00:32:25,028 --> 00:32:26,404 Hope the food's all right. 510 00:32:26,488 --> 00:32:27,489 Are you kiddin'? 511 00:32:27,572 --> 00:32:29,074 - BARBARA: Hmm? - It's excellent. 512 00:32:29,157 --> 00:32:32,160 Mmm. I haven't had a homecooked meal in forever. 513 00:32:32,243 --> 00:32:33,453 Mainly eatin' for one. 514 00:32:35,663 --> 00:32:38,625 You know, your house, it's real nice. 515 00:32:39,250 --> 00:32:40,460 Super cozy. 516 00:32:42,003 --> 00:32:43,129 That's my wife. 517 00:32:44,881 --> 00:32:46,883 Excuse me, Miss Sharon? 518 00:32:47,008 --> 00:32:49,052 Why, yes, Miss Excellent Manners. 519 00:32:49,135 --> 00:32:51,096 Can I please have your sparkle skirt? 520 00:32:51,179 --> 00:32:52,472 - Michelle, you can't do that. - BARBARA: Michelle, honey, no. 521 00:32:52,555 --> 00:32:54,432 It's not okay to ask people for their things. 522 00:32:54,516 --> 00:32:56,851 I'll tell you what, sugar. I'll do you one better. 523 00:32:56,976 --> 00:32:59,854 I'll make you your very own sparkle skirt in your very own size 524 00:32:59,979 --> 00:33:01,731 and it'll spin real big too. 525 00:33:01,815 --> 00:33:03,900 How about that? 526 00:33:04,025 --> 00:33:05,443 You really don't have to do all that. 527 00:33:05,527 --> 00:33:07,821 It'll be my pleasure. Really. 528 00:33:13,159 --> 00:33:14,536 This is so good. 529 00:33:17,372 --> 00:33:20,000 Hi. Can I talk to your billing department, please? 530 00:33:21,710 --> 00:33:23,211 Hello. Hi. Yeah. 531 00:33:23,294 --> 00:33:26,214 Um, I'm tryin' to settle up some outstanding bills. 532 00:33:26,297 --> 00:33:28,174 The name is Schmitt. 533 00:33:28,258 --> 00:33:29,718 Edward Schmitt. 534 00:33:29,801 --> 00:33:31,052 I'm his accountant. 535 00:33:32,512 --> 00:33:34,597 Yeah. No. Yeah, I understand. 536 00:33:34,681 --> 00:33:36,349 But I am family. 537 00:33:36,433 --> 00:33:38,727 I'm his sister. 538 00:33:38,810 --> 00:33:40,895 And his accountant. Both. 539 00:33:42,272 --> 00:33:44,774 Look, do y'all want the darn bills paid or not? 540 00:33:45,817 --> 00:33:47,068 Thank you much. 541 00:33:58,788 --> 00:34:00,290 Hold on. One sec. 542 00:34:01,082 --> 00:34:02,292 Yep, I'm ready. 543 00:34:06,421 --> 00:34:08,340 I'm sorry. Can you say that number again? 544 00:34:09,799 --> 00:34:12,177 $432,000? 545 00:34:12,260 --> 00:34:13,887 - Excuse me? - Bless your heart. 546 00:34:13,970 --> 00:34:16,306 I need to see your files. 547 00:34:16,389 --> 00:34:18,058 I'm sorry. Did my mother call you? 548 00:34:18,141 --> 00:34:20,810 Your bills, get 'em out. We got ourselves some work to do. 549 00:34:25,815 --> 00:34:27,692 Uh, excuse me. Excuse me. 550 00:34:27,776 --> 00:34:30,445 I don't feel comfortable with you goin' through my personal things. 551 00:34:30,528 --> 00:34:33,448 Ed, there's something you should know about me. 552 00:34:33,531 --> 00:34:34,949 I'm good at plenty of things. 553 00:34:35,075 --> 00:34:36,993 Takin' no for an answer ain't one of 'em. 554 00:34:37,118 --> 00:34:38,953 You better make some coffee. It's gonna be a long night. 555 00:34:40,538 --> 00:34:41,498 Excuse me. 556 00:34:43,708 --> 00:34:45,794 Tons of cream. Tons of sugar. 557 00:34:47,504 --> 00:34:49,964 I like cream. I like sugar. 558 00:34:50,090 --> 00:34:51,675 "Tons of..." 559 00:34:51,758 --> 00:34:54,302 Oh, man. Daddy's in over his head. 560 00:34:54,386 --> 00:34:55,637 SHARON: Oh, yeah, we're gonna get this sorted. 561 00:34:55,720 --> 00:34:57,097 Yeah. 562 00:34:57,180 --> 00:34:59,015 Wait. What does that mean? 563 00:34:59,140 --> 00:35:00,475 Nothin'. 564 00:35:01,768 --> 00:35:03,937 SHARON: All three credit cards maxed out, 565 00:35:04,020 --> 00:35:05,563 runnin' up interest. 566 00:35:05,647 --> 00:35:07,982 Along with a fourth card. I assume this is your mom's? 567 00:35:08,108 --> 00:35:09,651 Yeah. 568 00:35:09,734 --> 00:35:12,612 The 400,000-plus in medical bills, also with penalties. 569 00:35:12,696 --> 00:35:16,324 Michelle's medications, 670 a month. 570 00:35:16,408 --> 00:35:18,743 You really need health insurance, by the way. 571 00:35:18,827 --> 00:35:20,286 Oh, I saw... 572 00:35:20,370 --> 00:35:23,331 Looks like you have a reverse mortgage. 573 00:35:23,415 --> 00:35:27,127 Yeah. 2,400 a month, four months overdue. 574 00:35:27,210 --> 00:35:31,131 And your income's only averagin' about 3,600 a month. 575 00:35:31,214 --> 00:35:33,883 So, on a good month, 576 00:35:33,967 --> 00:35:37,345 you're runnin' a deficit of 1,800 577 00:35:37,429 --> 00:35:38,638 just coverin' the basics. 578 00:35:38,722 --> 00:35:40,265 Yes, ma'am. 579 00:35:42,058 --> 00:35:43,184 That's not good, Ed. 580 00:35:43,268 --> 00:35:45,353 No, ma'am. 581 00:35:45,437 --> 00:35:46,730 You don't talk much, do you? 582 00:35:46,813 --> 00:35:48,356 No, ma'am. 583 00:35:48,440 --> 00:35:50,567 Have you had the house appraised? 584 00:35:51,568 --> 00:35:52,736 I'm not sellin'. 585 00:35:56,156 --> 00:35:58,616 Well, then... 586 00:35:58,700 --> 00:36:00,452 we prioritize. 587 00:36:00,535 --> 00:36:02,912 Pay what you can, negotiate some down, consolidate the rest, 588 00:36:02,996 --> 00:36:04,664 - get on a payment schedule. 589 00:36:04,748 --> 00:36:06,624 Meanwhile, we keep fundraising. 590 00:36:06,708 --> 00:36:08,626 Don't you worry. I got ideas. 591 00:36:10,962 --> 00:36:13,715 Look, appreciate it, but I prefer to do things myself. 592 00:36:15,258 --> 00:36:17,302 I'm not comfortable with this. 593 00:36:17,385 --> 00:36:20,013 Well, you're gonna have to get comfortable being uncomfortable 594 00:36:20,096 --> 00:36:22,015 'cause this ain't about you. It's about your little girl. 595 00:36:26,353 --> 00:36:27,562 So, what's this stack? 596 00:36:27,645 --> 00:36:28,646 Urgent. 597 00:36:29,564 --> 00:36:31,232 - And this? - Very urgent. 598 00:36:33,818 --> 00:36:36,237 - So, what's this one? - Ignore. 599 00:36:36,321 --> 00:36:38,198 - Ignore? - SHARON: Mmm-hmm. 600 00:36:38,281 --> 00:36:40,408 - I can't ignore these. - SHARON: Ed. 601 00:36:40,492 --> 00:36:43,203 I've owned four small businesses in 20 years. 602 00:36:43,286 --> 00:36:44,579 Here's something I learned. 603 00:36:44,662 --> 00:36:46,706 Some bills are like wine. 604 00:36:46,790 --> 00:36:48,249 They get better with age. 605 00:37:03,723 --> 00:37:05,266 - I know. Sorry I'm late. - ROSE: Mmm-hmm. 606 00:37:05,350 --> 00:37:06,643 - Good morning. - Hi. 607 00:37:06,726 --> 00:37:08,436 Hey, Mindy. You gettin' highlights? 608 00:37:08,520 --> 00:37:10,897 - MINDY: Yes, ma'am. - I was up all night thinkin'. 609 00:37:10,980 --> 00:37:13,233 I'm gonna put together a press kit for Michelle, 610 00:37:13,316 --> 00:37:15,068 something I can take to businesses, 611 00:37:15,151 --> 00:37:17,904 get corporate donations, that kind of thing. 612 00:37:17,987 --> 00:37:21,991 First, I gotta set up a nonprofit, so the donations are tax deductible. 613 00:37:22,075 --> 00:37:23,076 Smart, right? 614 00:37:24,411 --> 00:37:26,996 - So, you're still doin' this? - Of course. 615 00:37:27,080 --> 00:37:29,124 Three grand ain't gonna solve their problems. 616 00:37:29,249 --> 00:37:31,167 Not even close. 617 00:37:31,292 --> 00:37:33,294 There it is. All right, I gotta get to the bank. 618 00:37:33,378 --> 00:37:34,713 Wait a minute. You have an 11:00. 619 00:37:34,796 --> 00:37:36,047 No, I pushed her to 2:00. 620 00:37:36,131 --> 00:37:37,340 Bye, Mindy! 621 00:37:39,426 --> 00:37:40,385 ROSE: Mmm-hmm. 622 00:38:11,708 --> 00:38:13,460 VOICEMAIL: Hey, it's Derek. You got my machine. 623 00:38:13,543 --> 00:38:14,794 Do your thing at the beep. 624 00:38:14,878 --> 00:38:16,921 - Hi. 625 00:38:17,797 --> 00:38:19,632 It's me. 626 00:38:19,716 --> 00:38:23,803 Just, uh, leaving a message. 627 00:38:25,680 --> 00:38:28,099 It'd be nice if you'd... 628 00:38:28,183 --> 00:38:30,769 call me back one day. 629 00:38:33,104 --> 00:38:34,105 Okay. 630 00:38:42,072 --> 00:38:45,575 MAN: The city continues cleanup after the devastating tornado. 631 00:38:45,658 --> 00:38:48,828 In some neighborhoods, almost every single house has an issue. 632 00:38:48,912 --> 00:38:50,246 Obviously, some are leveled. 633 00:38:50,372 --> 00:38:52,499 Some are just shingle and window issues. 634 00:38:52,582 --> 00:38:54,876 Lots of work. Lots of cleanup. 635 00:38:54,959 --> 00:38:56,503 This is just getting started. 636 00:38:56,586 --> 00:38:58,463 It's hard to say how long it'll take. 637 00:38:58,546 --> 00:39:00,548 WOMAN: All right, Dan. Thank you so much. 638 00:39:00,632 --> 00:39:03,551 Speaking of weather, it is looking like things should be warmin' up... 639 00:39:03,635 --> 00:39:04,636 "Top Roofers. 640 00:39:04,719 --> 00:39:06,262 "One-nine-nine..." 641 00:39:09,766 --> 00:39:10,809 - Daddy! - BARBARA: Hey! 642 00:39:10,892 --> 00:39:12,102 Hey, butterfly. 643 00:39:12,185 --> 00:39:13,269 ASHLEY: Hey, Daddy. 644 00:39:13,395 --> 00:39:15,021 ED: You two good for Grammy today? 645 00:39:15,105 --> 00:39:16,523 - MICHELLE: Mmm-hmm. - I'm gonna eat that nose. 646 00:39:16,606 --> 00:39:17,816 - She wasn't. But I was. 647 00:39:17,899 --> 00:39:19,192 ED: She wasn't? 648 00:39:19,275 --> 00:39:21,069 - How was your day? - Oh, good. 649 00:39:21,152 --> 00:39:22,696 Oh, it's hot as molasses in here. 650 00:39:24,948 --> 00:39:26,157 I think I got an idea. 651 00:39:26,241 --> 00:39:27,659 Yeah? 652 00:39:27,742 --> 00:39:29,577 How to make some more money. Help with all that. 653 00:39:29,661 --> 00:39:30,745 - Well, tell me. - MICHELLE: Daddy. 654 00:39:30,829 --> 00:39:32,914 Can we please go up to the stars? 655 00:39:32,997 --> 00:39:34,374 To the stars? 656 00:39:34,457 --> 00:39:37,002 - ED: Right now? Why? - Mmm-hmm. 657 00:39:37,085 --> 00:39:38,795 - Because I want to. - BARBARA: Go on. 658 00:39:38,878 --> 00:39:40,839 Take her. You can tell me later. 659 00:39:40,922 --> 00:39:42,882 - Go on. - Please. 660 00:39:44,259 --> 00:39:46,261 I just can't stand your face. 661 00:39:46,386 --> 00:39:47,929 - I can't stand your face. 662 00:39:48,013 --> 00:39:49,556 Hey, come here. Give me a kiss. 663 00:39:49,639 --> 00:39:50,890 - I hate that face. Give me... 664 00:39:52,434 --> 00:39:55,061 Wanna know what I'm never doing when I grow up? 665 00:39:56,104 --> 00:39:57,105 War. 666 00:39:57,856 --> 00:39:59,232 - War? - Uh-huh. 667 00:39:59,315 --> 00:40:01,401 Because I might get punched in the eye. 668 00:40:03,111 --> 00:40:06,531 In war, do people sometimes punch each other in the eye? 669 00:40:07,323 --> 00:40:08,616 Sometimes. 670 00:40:08,700 --> 00:40:10,785 Then no, thank you. 671 00:40:10,869 --> 00:40:14,122 Instead I'm gonna do dance when I grow up. 672 00:40:14,205 --> 00:40:16,332 - Or make pickles. - ED: Pickles? 673 00:40:16,458 --> 00:40:19,502 - MICHELLE: Or be a scientist. - Oh. 674 00:40:19,586 --> 00:40:21,129 I don't know. 675 00:40:21,212 --> 00:40:22,672 Should I know? 676 00:40:25,133 --> 00:40:26,718 I think you got time. 677 00:40:30,513 --> 00:40:32,140 We're almost there. 678 00:40:38,104 --> 00:40:39,814 All right, we're on our way. 679 00:40:42,817 --> 00:40:45,278 A million bajillion miles an hour. 680 00:40:47,238 --> 00:40:48,490 Are we there yet? 681 00:40:48,573 --> 00:40:49,741 Almost. 682 00:40:50,658 --> 00:40:53,036 I see them. 683 00:40:53,119 --> 00:40:54,704 There they are, Daddy. 684 00:40:54,788 --> 00:40:56,748 The stars. We made it. 685 00:40:57,832 --> 00:40:59,584 Good job. 686 00:40:59,668 --> 00:41:00,960 Is Mommy up there? 687 00:41:01,961 --> 00:41:03,004 Looking at us? 688 00:41:06,132 --> 00:41:07,217 What do you think? 689 00:41:07,300 --> 00:41:08,802 I think she is. 690 00:41:11,930 --> 00:41:13,390 Well, then wave. 691 00:41:13,515 --> 00:41:14,974 Hi, Mommy. 692 00:41:17,727 --> 00:41:19,229 Hi, Mommy. 693 00:41:30,073 --> 00:41:32,492 Well, hi, sweet pea. Is your Daddy home? 694 00:41:32,575 --> 00:41:33,910 Yeah. 695 00:41:33,993 --> 00:41:36,871 Daddy! Come in. 696 00:41:36,955 --> 00:41:38,289 - Why, thank you. 697 00:41:39,416 --> 00:41:40,750 - Good morning. - Hi, Sharon! 698 00:41:40,834 --> 00:41:42,002 Hi, peanut. 699 00:41:42,085 --> 00:41:43,503 I was just on my way to work 700 00:41:43,586 --> 00:41:45,630 and I thought I'd bring by these blueberry muffins 701 00:41:45,714 --> 00:41:47,298 to thank y'all for the other night. 702 00:41:47,382 --> 00:41:48,675 - Thank you. - SHARON: The only thing 703 00:41:48,758 --> 00:41:50,176 I know how to bake. 704 00:41:50,260 --> 00:41:53,972 But more importantly, I wanted to bring you these. 705 00:41:55,390 --> 00:41:56,891 Is that really for me? 706 00:41:56,975 --> 00:41:59,811 Wait till you see how it spins. 707 00:41:59,894 --> 00:42:01,021 Thank you, Sharon. 708 00:42:01,104 --> 00:42:02,731 You're welcome. 709 00:42:02,814 --> 00:42:04,107 And for you, mademoiselle, why don't you open that up, 710 00:42:04,190 --> 00:42:05,775 see if there's anything in there? 711 00:42:08,653 --> 00:42:10,697 It's a lip gloss. Is that all right, Dad? 712 00:42:10,780 --> 00:42:13,742 - Yeah, it is. Mmm-hmm. - Daddy, look how it spins. 713 00:42:13,825 --> 00:42:15,326 - Beautiful. 714 00:42:15,410 --> 00:42:16,411 ASHLEY: Come on. Let's eat 'em up. 715 00:42:16,536 --> 00:42:17,662 Very kind of you, ma'am. 716 00:42:17,746 --> 00:42:19,664 Oh, you gotta stop with the "ma'am." 717 00:42:19,748 --> 00:42:22,083 And what's with the suit, Mr. Fancy Pants? 718 00:42:22,167 --> 00:42:24,294 Oh, um... 719 00:42:24,377 --> 00:42:27,130 Meeting. I... 720 00:42:27,213 --> 00:42:29,090 An idea I had. 721 00:42:30,216 --> 00:42:31,843 Well... 722 00:42:31,926 --> 00:42:33,887 After the storm, roofin' companies are gonna have 723 00:42:33,970 --> 00:42:35,722 more work than they can handle. 724 00:42:35,805 --> 00:42:37,474 I know roofing. 725 00:42:37,599 --> 00:42:41,394 Figured I'd pitch myself. Handle the jobs they can't. 726 00:42:41,478 --> 00:42:43,730 Hmm. Well, is that your proposal? 727 00:42:49,486 --> 00:42:51,029 That's a good idea, Ed. 728 00:42:52,155 --> 00:42:53,656 A very good idea 729 00:42:53,740 --> 00:42:55,742 and a very bad presentation. 730 00:42:56,701 --> 00:42:58,328 How do you mean? 731 00:42:58,411 --> 00:43:00,663 You can't go in there with this sad little piece of paper. 732 00:43:00,747 --> 00:43:02,665 And you sure as heck can't go in there with that tie. 733 00:43:04,709 --> 00:43:06,044 Girls, you got a camera? 734 00:43:08,672 --> 00:43:09,881 SHARON: Smile. 735 00:43:11,424 --> 00:43:12,509 Smile. 736 00:43:16,888 --> 00:43:18,723 Ed, no one's gonna hire a guy 737 00:43:18,807 --> 00:43:21,351 - who can't manage a smile. 738 00:43:24,813 --> 00:43:26,398 Girls, help your daddy out. 739 00:43:26,481 --> 00:43:28,775 - No, wait. 740 00:43:30,652 --> 00:43:32,904 - Seriously. - That's better. 741 00:43:35,657 --> 00:43:37,367 Come on. I gotta take this picture. 742 00:43:46,167 --> 00:43:47,168 You got a crew? 743 00:43:48,336 --> 00:43:50,547 I can get one together. Real quick. 744 00:43:51,923 --> 00:43:52,882 You're insured? 745 00:43:53,883 --> 00:43:55,260 Well, uh, no. 746 00:43:55,343 --> 00:43:58,430 But I figured I'd work under your company policy. 747 00:43:58,972 --> 00:43:59,931 Our policy? 748 00:44:00,765 --> 00:44:02,225 Well, yes, sir. 749 00:44:02,308 --> 00:44:04,519 - Uh, that way, work's done... 750 00:44:04,644 --> 00:44:05,770 ...under your company name. 751 00:44:05,854 --> 00:44:07,272 Uh, protected. 752 00:44:07,355 --> 00:44:09,357 You look good. Clients are happy. 753 00:44:09,441 --> 00:44:11,151 - That kinda thing. - Look, we've seen the news. 754 00:44:11,234 --> 00:44:13,111 Two hundred roofs wrecked in one night. 755 00:44:13,194 --> 00:44:15,238 It's gonna take an army to get them fixed. 756 00:44:15,321 --> 00:44:17,574 Now, you can let your competitors get the work, 757 00:44:17,699 --> 00:44:20,285 go with someone who'll charge you 40% over margin 758 00:44:20,368 --> 00:44:22,203 'cause they got a fancy billboard. 759 00:44:22,287 --> 00:44:24,664 Or you can go with this guy, who's been fixin' roofs for 20 years. 760 00:44:24,748 --> 00:44:27,042 No nonsense, no markups, no fancy billboards. 761 00:44:27,125 --> 00:44:30,420 I mean, look at him. There's nothin' fancy about him. 762 00:44:30,503 --> 00:44:33,256 Heck, he doesn't even know how to have fun. 763 00:44:33,340 --> 00:44:35,800 He's the most boring, reliable person on God's green earth 764 00:44:35,884 --> 00:44:37,344 and that's exactly who you're gonna need 765 00:44:37,427 --> 00:44:38,887 to get through all them busted roofs. 766 00:44:42,307 --> 00:44:44,225 ED: I'm turnkey. 767 00:44:44,309 --> 00:44:46,895 I'll do the work, handle billing, wrap out, all of it. 768 00:44:49,856 --> 00:44:52,192 Well, truth is, we are backed up. 769 00:44:52,275 --> 00:44:54,110 We got over 100 roofs on the waitlist, 770 00:44:54,194 --> 00:44:55,487 need to be done before winter. 771 00:44:55,570 --> 00:44:56,488 How many of those you think you can handle? 772 00:44:56,571 --> 00:44:58,031 bHow about we take half of 'em? 773 00:44:59,616 --> 00:45:01,368 - Half of 'em? - SHARON: Mmm-hmm. 774 00:45:01,451 --> 00:45:02,535 Huh. 775 00:45:02,619 --> 00:45:03,745 Let me think about it. 776 00:45:05,246 --> 00:45:06,748 Thank you for comin' by. 777 00:45:10,543 --> 00:45:14,130 Fifty roofs by December? That's four times what I can handle. 778 00:45:14,214 --> 00:45:16,132 Four times the money too. 779 00:45:16,216 --> 00:45:19,344 Life's about sayin' yes, Ed, and then figurin' out how. 780 00:45:34,984 --> 00:45:36,945 [UPBEAT MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 781 00:45:39,280 --> 00:45:40,448 Take a look at this. 782 00:45:40,532 --> 00:45:42,242 Here's all the information wrote out... 783 00:45:42,325 --> 00:45:44,119 Excuse me, sir. Please. 784 00:45:44,202 --> 00:45:45,578 Please, help save a girl's life. Will you take a look at that? 785 00:45:45,662 --> 00:45:48,206 You can do a lot of fundraising, like $200,000. 786 00:45:48,289 --> 00:45:49,290 A lot. 787 00:45:54,963 --> 00:45:57,632 COMMENTATOR: Looking, looking. He's got time. He looks good. 788 00:45:57,716 --> 00:45:59,050 - Touchdown! - That's it! 789 00:45:59,134 --> 00:46:01,094 - Wildcats! - Wildcats! 790 00:46:09,686 --> 00:46:11,146 Here you go. Hope that helps. 791 00:46:14,983 --> 00:46:18,153 Good news is, we made over $11,000 this month. 792 00:46:18,236 --> 00:46:19,237 Great work. Keep it up. 793 00:46:19,320 --> 00:46:20,947 SHARON: But the bad news is, 794 00:46:21,031 --> 00:46:22,949 with the hospital visits and the new medication, 795 00:46:23,033 --> 00:46:24,492 you owe 13,000. 796 00:46:25,869 --> 00:46:27,829 SHARON: Mr. Congressman! 797 00:46:27,912 --> 00:46:30,874 Excuse me. Uh, thank you for stopping. 798 00:46:30,957 --> 00:46:32,584 Give anything you can. It's all tax deductible. 799 00:46:32,667 --> 00:46:34,377 I do need to get my car back in here too. 800 00:46:34,461 --> 00:46:36,046 It's still makin' that weird sound. 801 00:47:00,695 --> 00:47:02,405 Oh, it looks so good. 802 00:47:02,489 --> 00:47:04,657 - Ain't that pretty? Oh, yeah. - ASHLEY: Mmm-hmm. 803 00:47:06,326 --> 00:47:07,744 How do you know how much? 804 00:47:07,869 --> 00:47:10,121 Well, whatever amount feels right. 805 00:47:10,205 --> 00:47:12,499 You know, we do this for us, not for anyone else. 806 00:47:12,582 --> 00:47:14,376 - Okay? You got that? - Don't worry. 807 00:47:14,459 --> 00:47:16,670 - I know all about self-worth. 808 00:47:16,753 --> 00:47:18,380 You do now, do you? 809 00:47:18,463 --> 00:47:19,506 All right, my turn. 810 00:47:19,589 --> 00:47:20,965 Okay, your turn. 811 00:47:27,472 --> 00:47:28,556 Okay. 812 00:47:29,599 --> 00:47:31,976 - What happened? 813 00:47:32,060 --> 00:47:36,106 Well, I was runnin' around with the girls, and I twisted my ankle pretty good. 814 00:47:36,189 --> 00:47:38,233 - Just so dumb. - You should've called me. 815 00:47:38,316 --> 00:47:39,776 No, no, no. I don't wanna bother you at work. 816 00:47:39,901 --> 00:47:41,903 Sharon drove me to the doctor. 817 00:47:41,986 --> 00:47:43,321 He said I gotta stay off it a couple of months. 818 00:47:43,405 --> 00:47:44,906 - Ma, you should've called me. - It's fine. 819 00:47:44,989 --> 00:47:46,032 That's why I always leave the number on the fridge. 820 00:47:46,116 --> 00:47:47,367 - I know. - And I don't wanna be 821 00:47:47,450 --> 00:47:48,660 relyin' on her for everything. 822 00:47:51,079 --> 00:47:53,123 - SHARON: Come on. - Yeah, so she's gonna 823 00:47:53,206 --> 00:47:56,251 help out, uh, with the girls a few nights a week. 824 00:47:56,334 --> 00:47:58,169 I need the help. I mean, we need the help. 825 00:48:00,213 --> 00:48:02,590 Why don't you just have her move in, Ma? 826 00:48:05,260 --> 00:48:07,554 - Ain't a bad idea. 827 00:48:07,637 --> 00:48:08,930 SHARON: Oh, that's pretty. 828 00:48:09,556 --> 00:48:10,640 Let me see. 829 00:48:12,392 --> 00:48:13,351 A little bit more. 830 00:48:16,396 --> 00:48:17,772 - ASHLEY: The other side? - Want more blush? 831 00:48:17,856 --> 00:48:21,276 - ED: What's this? - Self-worth! 832 00:48:21,359 --> 00:48:23,945 ASHLEY: Daddy, look at me! 833 00:48:26,072 --> 00:48:29,576 Well, don't you look like perfect little peaches. 834 00:48:29,659 --> 00:48:31,369 - How about you go 835 00:48:31,453 --> 00:48:34,414 wash your faces off before Grammy has a heart attack? 836 00:48:34,497 --> 00:48:35,707 - Daddy. - ED: Go on. 837 00:48:35,790 --> 00:48:37,208 Don't "Daddy" me. Get. 838 00:48:39,502 --> 00:48:40,754 Bye, peanut. 839 00:48:40,837 --> 00:48:42,339 Just havin' a little girly fun. 840 00:48:43,048 --> 00:48:44,007 Those are Theresa's. 841 00:48:45,091 --> 00:48:46,593 Oh. 842 00:48:46,676 --> 00:48:48,887 I'm sorry. I just figured, she wasn't usin' 'em, so... 843 00:48:52,349 --> 00:48:53,391 I got this. 844 00:48:54,768 --> 00:48:57,604 Sorry. I guess I'll go. 845 00:48:57,687 --> 00:48:59,272 ED: That's probably best. 846 00:49:01,358 --> 00:49:04,736 You're a real frustrating man, you know that? 847 00:49:04,819 --> 00:49:07,322 Sure, I ain't great with boundaries, so that's on me. 848 00:49:07,405 --> 00:49:09,074 But I'm just trying to help here. 849 00:49:09,157 --> 00:49:10,742 Do somethin' nice for the girls, 850 00:49:10,825 --> 00:49:13,453 take their mind off all the gloom and doom around here. 851 00:49:13,536 --> 00:49:15,997 I don't remember asking for parenting advice. 852 00:49:17,749 --> 00:49:19,709 You know, despite what you may think, Ed, 853 00:49:20,710 --> 00:49:21,795 you're not alone here. 854 00:49:30,011 --> 00:49:31,262 All right, bye, girls. 855 00:49:31,346 --> 00:49:33,598 MICHELLE: Bye. ASHLEY: Bye. 856 00:49:33,682 --> 00:49:35,392 - Can I keep the jacket? 857 00:50:23,940 --> 00:50:25,692 [SENTIMENTAL MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 858 00:51:06,858 --> 00:51:09,569 [LOSING MY RELIGION BY R.E.M PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS] 859 00:51:26,044 --> 00:51:27,462 Doors don't open till 9:00. 860 00:51:28,380 --> 00:51:29,798 I'm lookin' for Derek. 861 00:51:30,924 --> 00:51:31,925 Derek! 862 00:51:32,008 --> 00:51:33,134 Yeah. 863 00:51:40,934 --> 00:51:42,143 Hold on a second. 864 00:51:50,402 --> 00:51:51,403 Hi. 865 00:51:51,486 --> 00:51:52,821 Hi, son. 866 00:51:55,949 --> 00:51:58,076 What are you doin' here? 867 00:51:58,201 --> 00:52:00,412 I was wondering if you were gettin' my messages. 868 00:52:00,495 --> 00:52:01,579 I went by your house and... 869 00:52:01,663 --> 00:52:02,914 Yeah, yeah, I moved. 870 00:52:02,997 --> 00:52:05,166 I didn't know. When was that? 871 00:52:05,834 --> 00:52:06,876 What do you need, Ma? 872 00:52:09,421 --> 00:52:12,048 Nothin'. I just wanted to see you. 873 00:52:13,800 --> 00:52:15,593 Well, here I am. 874 00:52:15,677 --> 00:52:16,678 You saw me. 875 00:52:18,680 --> 00:52:21,182 Your hair, I like it like that. 876 00:52:23,351 --> 00:52:24,561 Derek, wait. 877 00:52:24,644 --> 00:52:25,895 Just started our work. 878 00:52:31,317 --> 00:52:34,320 There's this family I'm helpin'. 879 00:52:34,404 --> 00:52:35,947 They have this little girl. 880 00:52:36,781 --> 00:52:38,283 She's sick. 881 00:52:38,366 --> 00:52:41,661 Um, I'm helpin' 'em raise money for a surgery. 882 00:52:42,704 --> 00:52:44,039 That's great. 883 00:52:45,081 --> 00:52:46,082 Um... 884 00:52:47,083 --> 00:52:48,585 Well, she's five. 885 00:52:48,668 --> 00:52:50,587 And I guess being around her... 886 00:52:52,213 --> 00:52:54,591 makes me think of you when you were little. 887 00:52:56,343 --> 00:53:00,096 We used to take the bus to the library. 888 00:53:00,221 --> 00:53:02,265 Your little sock puppets. 889 00:53:02,349 --> 00:53:04,267 Remember when you used to say "Yew Nork" 890 00:53:04,351 --> 00:53:05,560 instead of "New York"? 891 00:53:05,643 --> 00:53:08,855 Is that why you're here, Ma, to reminisce? 892 00:53:08,938 --> 00:53:10,940 Because I got a lot of memories too. 893 00:53:12,692 --> 00:53:13,818 Do we have to do this every time? 894 00:53:13,902 --> 00:53:15,570 Well, you're the one who showed up. 895 00:53:15,653 --> 00:53:16,780 All right. 896 00:53:18,323 --> 00:53:19,616 Look, I know... 897 00:53:21,409 --> 00:53:24,329 I let you down. I wasn't always there 898 00:53:24,412 --> 00:53:25,830 - when I should've been. 899 00:53:25,914 --> 00:53:27,874 Bein' a single mom ain't easy. 900 00:53:29,584 --> 00:53:32,337 And I know you're still angry, and I'm sorry. I just... 901 00:53:32,420 --> 00:53:33,797 I'm angry? I'm angry? 902 00:53:33,880 --> 00:53:35,465 I'm the problem? That's the problem here? 903 00:53:35,548 --> 00:53:37,050 No, I didn't say that. 904 00:53:37,133 --> 00:53:39,594 I said I'm sorry. I said it a million times. 905 00:53:39,678 --> 00:53:42,263 I know. You love to say you're sorry. 906 00:53:42,347 --> 00:53:44,516 But you've never taken responsibility, 907 00:53:44,599 --> 00:53:47,852 never, never gotten help, never even admitted that you needed it! 908 00:53:53,942 --> 00:53:55,276 I can't do this. 909 00:53:55,360 --> 00:53:57,821 I'm not gonna do... I'm not gonna do this. 910 00:53:57,904 --> 00:53:59,322 Would you please leave? 911 00:54:01,324 --> 00:54:02,325 Please. 912 00:54:02,409 --> 00:54:04,119 Okay. I'm goin'. 913 00:54:04,994 --> 00:54:07,288 I'm sorry I showed up here. 914 00:54:10,917 --> 00:54:12,961 You know... 915 00:54:14,004 --> 00:54:15,380 that girl, 916 00:54:15,463 --> 00:54:16,673 I feel sorry for her. 917 00:54:18,383 --> 00:54:20,468 Yeah. Me, too. 918 00:54:20,552 --> 00:54:22,137 Not because she's sick. 919 00:54:23,430 --> 00:54:25,557 Because she's countin' on you for help. 920 00:54:33,565 --> 00:54:35,817 Sorry, sorry, sorry. I'm back. 921 00:54:39,029 --> 00:54:40,447 [LOSING MY RELIGION CONTINUES PLAYING] 922 00:54:40,530 --> 00:54:41,656 BARTENDER: Here you go. 923 00:54:45,577 --> 00:54:50,165 ♪ That was just a dream Just a dream ♪ 924 00:54:50,248 --> 00:54:53,001 ♪ Just a dream, dream ♪ 925 00:54:56,796 --> 00:54:59,341 MICHELLE: Daddy! 926 00:54:59,424 --> 00:55:01,343 - Daddy! 927 00:55:01,426 --> 00:55:03,720 Daddy! Daddy! 928 00:55:03,803 --> 00:55:06,890 I'm itchy and my belly hurts. 929 00:55:06,973 --> 00:55:09,142 Oh. Uh... 930 00:55:09,225 --> 00:55:11,061 All right, uh, get up. 931 00:55:11,144 --> 00:55:13,229 - You wanna go on an adventure? - Mmm-hmm. 932 00:55:13,355 --> 00:55:15,023 Yeah, okay. Gotcha, come on. 933 00:55:29,537 --> 00:55:32,040 ED: Sorry to call. I know it's early. 934 00:55:32,123 --> 00:55:33,416 Uh... 935 00:55:34,167 --> 00:55:35,418 I, uh... 936 00:55:36,920 --> 00:55:38,296 I could use a favor. 937 00:55:39,798 --> 00:55:41,132 - SHARON: Mornin', y'all. 938 00:55:41,216 --> 00:55:42,550 ASHLEY: Aunt Sharon. 939 00:55:42,634 --> 00:55:45,178 - Hi, little miss. Hi. - Hi. 940 00:55:45,845 --> 00:55:47,013 How you doin', Ed? 941 00:55:47,097 --> 00:55:48,473 Well, good. 942 00:55:48,556 --> 00:55:50,642 Hi, peanut. 943 00:55:50,725 --> 00:55:54,187 All right, let's get you home, get you dressed, and get you to school. 944 00:55:54,270 --> 00:55:57,273 Again, sorry. Ma can't drive with her foot. 945 00:55:57,399 --> 00:56:00,610 You don't need to say sorry, Ed. I'm happy to help. 946 00:56:00,694 --> 00:56:02,487 Here, brought you a muffin. 947 00:56:02,570 --> 00:56:03,530 ED: Oh. 948 00:56:05,448 --> 00:56:07,283 SHARON: Wanna go to Waffle House first? 949 00:56:07,409 --> 00:56:08,743 ASHLEY: Really? SHARON: Are you hungry? 950 00:56:08,827 --> 00:56:09,786 ASHLEY: Yeah. 951 00:56:13,665 --> 00:56:15,750 BARBARA: I've to say, I really like having you around. 952 00:56:15,834 --> 00:56:17,127 Not sure Ed agrees. 953 00:56:17,210 --> 00:56:20,797 Well, he's just grumpy like his daddy was. 954 00:56:20,880 --> 00:56:22,799 - Hey. - Upped her medication. 955 00:56:22,882 --> 00:56:24,926 - Again? - 400 more a month. 956 00:56:25,010 --> 00:56:26,594 BARBARA: Ugh! It's just robbery. 957 00:56:27,637 --> 00:56:30,932 Daddy, which color are Mommy's eyes? 958 00:56:31,641 --> 00:56:33,184 It's for school. 959 00:56:33,268 --> 00:56:34,686 That's Grammy. 960 00:56:34,769 --> 00:56:36,062 That's Pop Pop. 961 00:56:36,146 --> 00:56:37,439 And that's you, 962 00:56:37,522 --> 00:56:38,815 and that's Mommy. 963 00:56:38,898 --> 00:56:40,442 But I can't remember 964 00:56:40,525 --> 00:56:42,485 which color to use for her eyes. 965 00:56:44,988 --> 00:56:46,197 Mommy's eyes were brown. 966 00:56:47,073 --> 00:56:48,074 MICHELLE: Okay. 967 00:56:51,494 --> 00:56:54,664 Hey, so I was, uh... 968 00:56:54,748 --> 00:56:57,167 thinkin' of takin' the girls roller-skatin'. Why don't you come? 969 00:56:57,250 --> 00:56:58,293 - Now? - SHARON: Yeah. 970 00:56:58,376 --> 00:57:00,045 Nah. 971 00:57:00,128 --> 00:57:03,048 Come on. You can't work all the time. You gotta play a little. 972 00:57:03,131 --> 00:57:04,924 The girls need to have some fun with their daddy. 973 00:57:05,008 --> 00:57:06,051 I don't roller-skate. 974 00:57:06,134 --> 00:57:07,761 Everyone roller-skates. 975 00:57:09,304 --> 00:57:10,305 I don't. 976 00:57:11,806 --> 00:57:14,184 Hey, girls! Guess what? 977 00:57:14,267 --> 00:57:16,686 Your daddy's goin' roller-skatin' with us! 978 00:57:16,770 --> 00:57:19,064 MICHELLE: Really? ASHLEY: What? Really? 979 00:57:19,147 --> 00:57:20,648 No way! 980 00:57:23,860 --> 00:57:27,489 [SHAKE YOUR GROOVE THING BY PEACHES & HERB PLAYING] 981 00:57:27,572 --> 00:57:30,200 SHARON: You're a natural too. Must run in the family. 982 00:57:30,283 --> 00:57:32,535 - ASHLEY: Careful, Daddy. 983 00:57:32,619 --> 00:57:34,704 SHARON: Careful, don't push your papa now. 984 00:57:34,788 --> 00:57:36,790 - You havin' fun? - Yeah. 985 00:57:36,873 --> 00:57:38,333 SHARON: You don't wanna push him down. 986 00:57:38,416 --> 00:57:39,876 ED: No, don't pull on me. 987 00:57:39,959 --> 00:57:42,087 - You're gonna pull me down. - I love this song. 988 00:57:45,423 --> 00:57:47,884 - Oh, yeah! You got the moves! 989 00:57:52,681 --> 00:57:54,432 - MICHELLE: Yeah! 990 00:57:59,396 --> 00:58:02,315 Oh, I got ya. I got ya. 991 00:58:02,399 --> 00:58:03,733 - SHARON: No frownin' anymore. - Not too fast. 992 00:58:03,817 --> 00:58:05,985 SHARON: We need to turn that frown upside down. 993 00:58:07,612 --> 00:58:09,698 If I can get out of this death spiral, maybe I can. 994 00:58:09,781 --> 00:58:10,782 ASHLEY: Smile. 995 00:58:13,952 --> 00:58:15,662 ASHLEY: Circles. Let's go. 996 00:58:15,745 --> 00:58:17,580 - Faster. 997 00:58:20,959 --> 00:58:21,918 This was fun. 998 00:58:24,004 --> 00:58:25,005 Told ya. 999 00:58:30,427 --> 00:58:32,137 I appreciate everything you've done. 1000 00:58:33,722 --> 00:58:36,266 Still doin' for the girls. 1001 00:58:38,435 --> 00:58:39,728 But if I'm bein' honest... 1002 00:58:39,811 --> 00:58:42,272 Yes, Ed. Be honest. Why not? 1003 00:58:45,483 --> 00:58:46,693 I resent it. 1004 00:58:49,195 --> 00:58:53,575 I can't tell if that's a thank you or an apology. 1005 00:58:55,702 --> 00:58:56,995 You help me out. 1006 00:58:58,163 --> 00:58:59,581 I'm her father. 1007 00:58:59,664 --> 00:59:01,750 I'm supposed to be the one taking care of her. 1008 00:59:05,420 --> 00:59:08,131 Hmm. I'll tell you what. 1009 00:59:08,214 --> 00:59:11,468 I'll keep on helpin', and you can keep on resentin' it, all right? 1010 00:59:14,179 --> 00:59:16,264 So what about you? 1011 00:59:16,348 --> 00:59:18,975 - Oh, I don't like to talk about me. 1012 00:59:21,019 --> 00:59:22,604 I find that hard to believe. 1013 00:59:24,189 --> 00:59:26,191 I like to talk, just not about me. 1014 00:59:26,274 --> 00:59:27,484 Right. Okay. 1015 00:59:29,778 --> 00:59:31,237 Married? Kids? 1016 00:59:32,030 --> 00:59:33,823 Hmm. 1017 00:59:33,907 --> 00:59:35,617 Long ago. 1018 00:59:36,242 --> 00:59:37,452 Married young. 1019 00:59:39,162 --> 00:59:42,540 Then he realized he had a dream, which didn't include me. 1020 00:59:44,459 --> 00:59:46,419 Or our son. 1021 00:59:46,503 --> 00:59:49,339 So, he started a band. He's had some success. 1022 00:59:50,215 --> 00:59:51,675 I'm happy for him. 1023 00:59:53,051 --> 00:59:54,135 We don't talk much. 1024 00:59:56,054 --> 00:59:57,138 Your son? 1025 01:00:01,184 --> 01:00:02,185 Same. 1026 01:00:04,896 --> 01:00:07,941 But like I said, I don't like to talk about me. 1027 01:00:09,067 --> 01:00:10,193 You and me both. 1028 01:00:14,489 --> 01:00:17,033 ASHLEY: Three, four, 1029 01:00:17,117 --> 01:00:19,160 - five, six... 1030 01:00:19,244 --> 01:00:21,538 ...seven, eight... 1031 01:00:21,663 --> 01:00:25,125 Happy birthday, dear Derek 1032 01:00:25,208 --> 01:00:28,378 Happy birthday to you 1033 01:00:33,883 --> 01:00:36,302 I can't believe you're 23. 1034 01:00:38,304 --> 01:00:40,098 I went... 1035 01:00:40,181 --> 01:00:42,267 roller-skatin' tonight in your honor. 1036 01:00:45,186 --> 01:00:47,939 You know you'll always be mama's little stink bug. 1037 01:00:51,526 --> 01:00:52,944 I love you. 1038 01:00:55,113 --> 01:00:56,823 Happy birthday, son. 1039 01:01:45,121 --> 01:01:48,041 MICHELLE: Let's water the pool. 1040 01:01:48,124 --> 01:01:49,959 Baby, let's make a magic potion again. 1041 01:01:50,043 --> 01:01:51,961 - Yeah. - ASHLEY: All right. 1042 01:01:52,045 --> 01:01:53,630 Here, water the other plants. You're gonna water one of those plants. 1043 01:01:53,755 --> 01:01:54,756 Hi. 1044 01:01:55,632 --> 01:01:57,092 All right, I got an idea. 1045 01:01:57,175 --> 01:01:59,177 But before you go sayin' no, you gotta hear me out. 1046 01:01:59,260 --> 01:02:00,970 - Promise? - No. 1047 01:02:01,054 --> 01:02:03,556 Come on. It's a good idea. You gotta promise. 1048 01:02:05,433 --> 01:02:06,768 All right. 1049 01:02:06,851 --> 01:02:08,978 Okay, I've been doin' some lookin' around. 1050 01:02:09,062 --> 01:02:10,021 And I found this. 1051 01:02:16,486 --> 01:02:17,987 No. 1052 01:02:18,071 --> 01:02:19,447 - Hey. You promised. - BARBARA: Just listen to her. 1053 01:02:19,531 --> 01:02:21,533 It's a real nice place. 1054 01:02:21,616 --> 01:02:23,952 Look, I found movers who'll donate their services. 1055 01:02:24,035 --> 01:02:26,371 The rent is half your current mortgage 1056 01:02:26,454 --> 01:02:27,497 and you got... 1057 01:02:28,540 --> 01:02:29,541 Wait for it... 1058 01:02:30,959 --> 01:02:34,546 $126,000 in cash. 1059 01:02:34,629 --> 01:02:36,840 That's how much equity you got. 1060 01:02:36,923 --> 01:02:39,092 Ashley, keep an eye on your sister. I'm headed back to work. 1061 01:02:40,343 --> 01:02:42,220 - BARBARA: Ed. - No. 1062 01:02:42,303 --> 01:02:44,514 You gotta work with me here. I'm doin' everything I can, 1063 01:02:44,597 --> 01:02:46,683 but for every dollar I raise, you owe five more. 1064 01:02:46,808 --> 01:02:48,143 ED: I'm not sellin'. I already told you that. 1065 01:02:48,226 --> 01:02:49,936 SHARON: Ed. 1066 01:02:50,020 --> 01:02:52,605 Ed, your roofing jobs ain't gonna cut it. 1067 01:02:52,689 --> 01:02:54,816 Sell this house and we got a fighting chance. 1068 01:02:54,899 --> 01:02:56,860 Sharon, that's enough! 1069 01:02:56,943 --> 01:02:59,070 This is the last piece of her I got left. 1070 01:02:59,154 --> 01:03:01,573 I'm not selling the only house my daughters have ever known, 1071 01:03:01,656 --> 01:03:03,575 the house my father built, 1072 01:03:03,658 --> 01:03:06,036 so we can give the money to some collection agency. 1073 01:03:06,745 --> 01:03:07,954 Not happenin'. 1074 01:03:14,169 --> 01:03:16,421 Well, look who got a lot to say all of a sudden. 1075 01:03:20,008 --> 01:03:21,468 WOMAN: And you're asking us to reduce 1076 01:03:21,551 --> 01:03:23,887 the family's medical bills due to hardship? 1077 01:03:23,970 --> 01:03:26,097 No, I'm asking you to erase them. 1078 01:03:26,181 --> 01:03:27,265 All of 'em. 1079 01:03:28,975 --> 01:03:29,934 Was that funny? 1080 01:03:31,102 --> 01:03:33,480 Let me show you somethin'. 1081 01:03:33,563 --> 01:03:35,273 Ed's daughter made this for school. 1082 01:03:35,357 --> 01:03:37,150 A family tree. 1083 01:03:37,233 --> 01:03:39,486 A simple drawing made by a child. 1084 01:03:39,569 --> 01:03:41,654 How one life leads to another. 1085 01:03:41,738 --> 01:03:43,073 Or in this case, how one death 1086 01:03:43,156 --> 01:03:44,699 - leads to another. - Miss Stevens, please. 1087 01:03:44,783 --> 01:03:47,160 Theresa Schmitt came to this hospital for help. 1088 01:03:47,243 --> 01:03:49,245 Now, the good doctors did their best to save her, 1089 01:03:49,329 --> 01:03:51,206 but they couldn't and she died. 1090 01:03:51,289 --> 01:03:55,001 Leaving behind a heartbroken husband and a very ill little girl. 1091 01:03:55,085 --> 01:03:57,128 Michelle. 1092 01:03:57,212 --> 01:03:59,047 Her treatment costs thousands of dollars a month 1093 01:03:59,130 --> 01:04:01,466 her family can't afford. Know why? 1094 01:04:01,549 --> 01:04:03,051 'Cause after you sent her mama to the morgue, 1095 01:04:03,134 --> 01:04:04,427 you sent them a bill so high, 1096 01:04:04,511 --> 01:04:07,389 their family couldn't pay it off in 100 years. 1097 01:04:07,472 --> 01:04:10,058 You realize the message you're sendin' this girl, right? 1098 01:04:10,141 --> 01:04:13,478 You're sayin', "We charged your mama so much to die that you gotta die too." 1099 01:04:13,561 --> 01:04:15,980 We can't just eliminate 1100 01:04:16,064 --> 01:04:17,816 hundreds of thousands of dollars 1101 01:04:17,941 --> 01:04:19,067 - in medical bills. 1102 01:04:19,150 --> 01:04:20,694 WOMAN: Now, I'm sorry. 1103 01:04:20,777 --> 01:04:22,112 I truly am. 1104 01:04:22,195 --> 01:04:23,905 Virginia. 1105 01:04:23,988 --> 01:04:26,199 What if it was your daughter? 1106 01:04:26,282 --> 01:04:28,159 Forgive me, but I did a little homework, and I know 1107 01:04:28,243 --> 01:04:31,538 you got a beautiful 11-year-old girl. 1108 01:04:31,621 --> 01:04:34,207 What if it was her I was here tryin' to save? 1109 01:04:34,290 --> 01:04:35,959 You'd wanna find a way, right? 1110 01:04:36,710 --> 01:04:38,294 For her to have a future. 1111 01:04:40,755 --> 01:04:42,799 To build branches of her own. 1112 01:04:45,343 --> 01:04:46,469 Please. 1113 01:04:48,304 --> 01:04:50,306 Gotta be somethin' we can do here. 1114 01:04:58,940 --> 01:05:00,316 Open it. 1115 01:05:12,704 --> 01:05:15,749 Thought you might wanna frame this. 1116 01:05:16,666 --> 01:05:18,418 It's the latest hospital bill. 1117 01:05:21,504 --> 01:05:25,800 $400,000 wiped clean. 1118 01:05:25,884 --> 01:05:29,554 Everything from Theresa's hospital stay to all the out-of-pocket expenses, 1119 01:05:29,637 --> 01:05:31,473 all of it gone. 1120 01:05:32,474 --> 01:05:33,516 What? 1121 01:05:36,686 --> 01:05:38,271 How? 1122 01:05:38,355 --> 01:05:41,274 I told you I wasn't good at takin' no for an answer. 1123 01:05:44,736 --> 01:05:47,739 Well, look, we still have a lot of 1124 01:05:47,822 --> 01:05:50,575 medications and the credit cards to pay off. 1125 01:05:50,658 --> 01:05:52,369 - But this means that... - We keep the house. 1126 01:05:53,203 --> 01:05:54,537 You get to keep the house. 1127 01:05:57,290 --> 01:05:59,334 Ed, I don't wanna overreact here, 1128 01:05:59,417 --> 01:06:02,170 but I think this moment warrants a high five. 1129 01:06:17,018 --> 01:06:18,061 Excuse me. 1130 01:06:56,141 --> 01:06:57,976 ED: It's gonna be a late one, boys. 1131 01:06:58,101 --> 01:07:00,770 - Gotta wrap this out tonight. - MAN: Ah. All right. 1132 01:07:00,854 --> 01:07:01,938 Let's get goin', boys. 1133 01:07:02,063 --> 01:07:03,481 SHARON: "The old man frowned. 1134 01:07:03,565 --> 01:07:05,734 "'Don't you see the beach stretches for miles 1135 01:07:05,817 --> 01:07:08,486 "'and there are more starfish than you can count? 1136 01:07:08,570 --> 01:07:10,488 "'Even if you worked all day and night, 1137 01:07:10,572 --> 01:07:12,365 "'it still wouldn't make a difference.' 1138 01:07:13,908 --> 01:07:16,536 "As the man spoke, the boy... 1139 01:07:16,619 --> 01:07:20,206 "the girl picked up another starfish 1140 01:07:20,290 --> 01:07:22,625 "and tossed it back into the ocean. 1141 01:07:24,085 --> 01:07:25,920 "Then, grinnin', she said..." 1142 01:07:29,090 --> 01:07:31,217 - Barbara! 1143 01:07:33,720 --> 01:07:34,763 No, no, no! My-Belle! 1144 01:07:37,557 --> 01:07:39,267 Ed. Ed. 1145 01:07:39,351 --> 01:07:40,935 We just got a call. 1146 01:07:41,019 --> 01:07:42,979 Your daughter's been taken to the hospital. 1147 01:07:44,147 --> 01:07:45,315 DOCTOR: She's desatting. 1148 01:07:45,398 --> 01:07:46,566 BARBARA: Hurry. Hurry, get her in there. 1149 01:07:46,649 --> 01:07:48,109 Get the mask on her now. 1150 01:07:48,193 --> 01:07:50,445 I'm gonna need a CHEM-7, CBC, and a full blood panel. 1151 01:07:50,528 --> 01:07:52,655 Clear the hall! Thank you. 1152 01:07:52,739 --> 01:07:54,699 I'm sorry, folks. No one past this point. 1153 01:07:55,867 --> 01:07:57,118 I think we're gonna need a crash cart too. 1154 01:07:57,202 --> 01:07:58,745 Watch the door, please. 1155 01:08:01,956 --> 01:08:03,625 SHARON: Hey. 1156 01:08:03,708 --> 01:08:06,503 Oh, my... Tell me exactly what happened. 1157 01:08:06,586 --> 01:08:07,671 SHARON: I don't know. 1158 01:08:07,754 --> 01:08:08,922 ED: She's got a tube in her nose. 1159 01:08:09,005 --> 01:08:10,131 SHARON: She started coughin' up blood. 1160 01:08:10,215 --> 01:08:11,716 It just came out. She wasn't... 1161 01:08:11,800 --> 01:08:13,510 DOCTOR: Her condition is not good. 1162 01:08:13,593 --> 01:08:16,179 Now, we've moved her up to number one on the transplant list. 1163 01:08:16,262 --> 01:08:19,182 But she needs a donor liver to show up as fast as we can get it. 1164 01:08:20,433 --> 01:08:22,310 How long does she have without it? 1165 01:08:23,478 --> 01:08:24,437 Four weeks. 1166 01:08:25,021 --> 01:08:27,190 Six, maybe. 1167 01:08:27,273 --> 01:08:29,734 Look, if a donor match is available in time, 1168 01:08:29,818 --> 01:08:31,236 Michelle will need to fly 1169 01:08:31,319 --> 01:08:33,488 to the children's hospital in Omaha immediately. 1170 01:08:33,571 --> 01:08:36,366 They're the closest ones that perform this kind of surgery. 1171 01:08:36,449 --> 01:08:38,827 But they're 700 miles away and a ten-hour drive, 1172 01:08:38,910 --> 01:08:41,204 and the donor liver is only viable for six hours. 1173 01:08:41,287 --> 01:08:42,997 - DOCTOR: I've had patients 1174 01:08:43,081 --> 01:08:44,499 who have missed that window because 1175 01:08:44,582 --> 01:08:45,917 they couldn't get a flight. So, I would recommend 1176 01:08:46,001 --> 01:08:47,794 that you arrange to have a plane stand by. 1177 01:08:47,877 --> 01:08:51,047 Wait. So, wait. You're telling me we need a plane now? 1178 01:08:51,172 --> 01:08:53,341 - I would recommend that you... - What do you mean? Like what? 1179 01:08:53,425 --> 01:08:54,509 Like a private plane? 1180 01:08:54,592 --> 01:08:56,177 - Look, I... - Is that what you... 1181 01:08:56,261 --> 01:08:58,513 - I know this is a lot to take in. - A private plane? 1182 01:08:58,596 --> 01:08:59,931 How exactly do you recommend 1183 01:09:00,015 --> 01:09:01,641 - we get a plane, Doc? - Hey. Wait. 1184 01:09:01,725 --> 01:09:04,185 No, tell me. Ma, how do we do that? 1185 01:09:04,269 --> 01:09:06,604 - How do we arrange a plane? - We'll figure it out. 1186 01:09:06,688 --> 01:09:07,689 We will. 1187 01:09:07,772 --> 01:09:08,773 Ed. 1188 01:09:09,774 --> 01:09:11,860 I'll get you a plane, I promise. 1189 01:09:13,236 --> 01:09:15,405 - You'll get a plane? - BARBARA: What? 1190 01:09:15,488 --> 01:09:16,531 - A private plane? - SHARON: I will. 1191 01:09:16,614 --> 01:09:17,824 ED: Mmm-hmm. 1192 01:09:20,618 --> 01:09:22,662 Thank you. 1193 01:09:22,746 --> 01:09:24,330 MAN: We're just a charter service, ma'am. 1194 01:09:24,414 --> 01:09:25,707 We don't own the planes. 1195 01:09:25,790 --> 01:09:28,001 Oh, I see. Who does? 1196 01:09:28,084 --> 01:09:32,088 Corporations mainly, big companies, CEO types. 1197 01:09:32,213 --> 01:09:34,674 Okay. All right. Well, thank you for your time. 1198 01:09:34,758 --> 01:09:35,967 MAN: Uh-huh. 1199 01:09:46,936 --> 01:09:50,023 Albert, there's a Sharon Stevens on the phone. 1200 01:09:50,106 --> 01:09:51,649 ALBERT: Who now? 1201 01:09:51,733 --> 01:09:54,277 Sharon Stevens. 1202 01:09:54,361 --> 01:09:55,695 I don't know that name. 1203 01:09:55,779 --> 01:09:56,821 I didn't think so. 1204 01:09:58,239 --> 01:10:00,075 I'm sorry. He is not available. 1205 01:10:00,158 --> 01:10:02,786 Oh, that's okay. I'm happy to wait. 1206 01:10:02,869 --> 01:10:05,538 I don't expect him to be available. He's very busy. 1207 01:10:05,622 --> 01:10:06,664 You have a nice day. 1208 01:10:06,748 --> 01:10:08,750 - No. Wait. 1209 01:10:13,588 --> 01:10:16,508 Hi, good afternoon. Can I please speak to Maurice Thomas? 1210 01:10:16,591 --> 01:10:18,009 This is Sharon Stevens. 1211 01:10:18,093 --> 01:10:20,929 I was wonderin' if I could speak to Donald Coletti. 1212 01:10:21,012 --> 01:10:22,389 Felipe Alves. 1213 01:10:22,472 --> 01:10:24,307 Anthony Lendary. 1214 01:10:25,183 --> 01:10:26,643 I meant "Lundary." 1215 01:10:26,726 --> 01:10:29,312 Um, hi, yeah, is this Cardinal Finance and Trust? 1216 01:10:29,396 --> 01:10:30,689 It's really important, 1217 01:10:30,772 --> 01:10:32,273 and I promise I won't take much of his time. 1218 01:10:33,608 --> 01:10:34,901 Is Mr. Blaine in? 1219 01:10:34,984 --> 01:10:36,695 I'm tryin' to make an appointment. 1220 01:10:44,327 --> 01:10:47,497 Hi, Lydia. Sharon Stevens. Sorry to bug you again. 1221 01:10:47,580 --> 01:10:51,042 Just forgot to ask you one important question. 1222 01:10:51,126 --> 01:10:52,961 What's your favorite kind of muffin? 1223 01:10:56,506 --> 01:10:57,382 WOMAN: First Bank of Kentucky. This is Doris. 1224 01:10:57,465 --> 01:10:58,758 May I help you? 1225 01:11:00,218 --> 01:11:01,720 SHARON: Hi, Miss Janine. 1226 01:11:02,762 --> 01:11:04,806 Bow to your blueberry muffins. 1227 01:11:04,889 --> 01:11:06,516 So you can read a little bit more about her. 1228 01:11:06,599 --> 01:11:08,727 While you do that, I'm gonna show you this little girl. 1229 01:11:08,810 --> 01:11:11,062 So the thing is, when you learn you have to get a private plane to save her life... 1230 01:11:11,146 --> 01:11:12,897 Oh, this poor child. 1231 01:11:12,981 --> 01:11:15,108 Al, there's a woman out here you should meet. 1232 01:11:15,191 --> 01:11:16,609 ALBERT: Janine, I'm busy right now. 1233 01:11:16,693 --> 01:11:18,653 Can you have her come back later? 1234 01:11:18,737 --> 01:11:20,989 Albert, get your butt out here now. 1235 01:11:22,365 --> 01:11:23,324 Hi, there. 1236 01:11:23,950 --> 01:11:25,410 I'm Albert. 1237 01:11:25,493 --> 01:11:27,954 Congratulations, Albert. I'm gonna make you a hero. 1238 01:11:33,626 --> 01:11:34,836 Hey. 1239 01:11:35,503 --> 01:11:37,088 Guess what I got. 1240 01:11:38,465 --> 01:11:41,176 Wait. No way. 1241 01:11:41,259 --> 01:11:42,385 You got a plane? 1242 01:11:42,469 --> 01:11:43,887 - Nope. - Ah. 1243 01:11:43,970 --> 01:11:45,889 - I got five planes. 1244 01:11:45,972 --> 01:11:48,016 - Just in case. - What? 1245 01:11:48,099 --> 01:11:50,101 I can't believe it. 1246 01:11:50,185 --> 01:11:52,437 - Oh! Ed, Ed, get in here. 1247 01:11:52,520 --> 01:11:54,564 - What? - She did it. Sharon did it. 1248 01:11:54,647 --> 01:11:55,648 She got a plane. 1249 01:11:55,732 --> 01:11:57,817 Uh, she got a bunch of planes. 1250 01:11:57,901 --> 01:11:59,903 - How? 1251 01:11:59,986 --> 01:12:01,529 - Can't believe it. - Wait, you know what? 1252 01:12:01,613 --> 01:12:03,031 Don't even tell me. 1253 01:12:03,114 --> 01:12:04,949 Well, we ain't done yet. We got more money to raise. 1254 01:12:05,033 --> 01:12:06,201 No, you've done enough. 1255 01:12:06,284 --> 01:12:07,702 Oh, you've done more than enough. 1256 01:12:07,786 --> 01:12:08,995 We don't need to be runnin' around worryin' about 1257 01:12:09,079 --> 01:12:10,872 - money and bills right now. - No, you... 1258 01:12:10,955 --> 01:12:13,083 I mean, surgery's gonna be a couple hundred thousand dollars. 1259 01:12:13,166 --> 01:12:15,251 You know, and without your roofin' account, 1260 01:12:15,377 --> 01:12:16,878 you're gonna be right back where you were, so... 1261 01:12:16,961 --> 01:12:17,962 Sharon... 1262 01:12:18,963 --> 01:12:20,382 you've done enough. 1263 01:12:20,465 --> 01:12:22,634 No more fundraisin'. 1264 01:12:22,717 --> 01:12:25,720 I just wanna be with my family right now. 1265 01:12:25,804 --> 01:12:28,264 He's so frustratin'. He won't listen to me. 1266 01:12:29,307 --> 01:12:30,433 - What? - Ed. 1267 01:12:30,517 --> 01:12:32,227 He's just so stubborn. 1268 01:12:32,310 --> 01:12:34,729 We gotta keep workin'. Build more awareness. 1269 01:12:35,730 --> 01:12:37,816 - Okay, you know what? 1270 01:12:37,899 --> 01:12:40,902 That's it. I've held my tongue long enough. 1271 01:12:40,985 --> 01:12:42,946 You're gone all the time, you're losing clients, 1272 01:12:43,029 --> 01:12:44,197 you done emptied out 1273 01:12:44,280 --> 01:12:45,407 your savings account for these people, 1274 01:12:45,490 --> 01:12:47,534 you're running yourself into the ground. 1275 01:12:47,617 --> 01:12:48,868 And I know you're drinkin'. 1276 01:12:49,994 --> 01:12:51,496 I'm not drinkin', Rose. 1277 01:12:51,579 --> 01:12:53,206 - I'm working. - Not here you're not. 1278 01:12:53,289 --> 01:12:55,667 'Cause I've been doin' this all by myself. 1279 01:12:55,750 --> 01:12:57,460 Look, I know 1280 01:12:57,544 --> 01:13:00,171 that you're tryin' to do a good thing here. 1281 01:13:00,255 --> 01:13:02,048 But this, all of this... 1282 01:13:03,925 --> 01:13:05,343 it's addict behavior. 1283 01:13:06,553 --> 01:13:07,762 Is it? 1284 01:13:07,846 --> 01:13:09,723 Well, I'd love to talk more about that, 1285 01:13:09,806 --> 01:13:11,808 but I'm busy tryin' to keep a little girl from dyin'. 1286 01:13:11,891 --> 01:13:14,019 How did it become your responsibility to save her? 1287 01:13:14,102 --> 01:13:16,271 'Cause I'm here. 'Cause I can. 1288 01:13:16,354 --> 01:13:18,148 Because nobody did it for me. 1289 01:13:19,274 --> 01:13:20,942 Someone's gotta do somethin', Rose. 1290 01:13:21,026 --> 01:13:23,194 Someone's gotta fight for her. And if it's me, then it's me. 1291 01:13:23,278 --> 01:13:25,488 And if that's addict behavior, then, hey, 1292 01:13:25,572 --> 01:13:27,282 I guess I am an addict. 1293 01:13:27,365 --> 01:13:28,950 Might as well put it to good use. 1294 01:13:34,622 --> 01:13:36,082 BARBARA: Ed, wanna come in? 1295 01:13:36,166 --> 01:13:37,375 We're ready to do the Advent calendar. 1296 01:13:37,500 --> 01:13:39,586 - ED: Yeah, we're on our way. - Okay. 1297 01:13:39,669 --> 01:13:41,463 - Come on, Michelle-my-belle. - Careful. 1298 01:13:41,546 --> 01:13:42,797 - You ready? - This chair. 1299 01:13:42,881 --> 01:13:44,674 BARBARA: Here, this is comfy. ASHLEY: Oh. 1300 01:13:44,758 --> 01:13:45,925 BARBARA: Hmm. 1301 01:13:46,009 --> 01:13:47,594 - Butterflies. Yeah. - ED: Butterflies. 1302 01:13:47,677 --> 01:13:49,512 Just like you. 1303 01:13:49,596 --> 01:13:51,931 - Twenty-three days. 1304 01:13:52,015 --> 01:13:54,017 Twenty-three days till Christmas. 1305 01:13:54,100 --> 01:13:55,643 I wonder what we'll get tomorrow. 1306 01:13:57,270 --> 01:13:59,981 How many weeks is 23 days? 1307 01:14:00,690 --> 01:14:04,819 Like three weeks. 1308 01:14:04,903 --> 01:14:07,238 Will you open my presents for me 1309 01:14:07,322 --> 01:14:08,865 if I'm not there? 1310 01:14:08,948 --> 01:14:10,784 You can open your own presents, dummy. 1311 01:14:10,867 --> 01:14:12,494 I heard Daddy. 1312 01:14:12,577 --> 01:14:14,913 He said I might not have three weeks left. 1313 01:14:25,131 --> 01:14:27,217 Here, this is for you. Open it right now. 1314 01:14:27,300 --> 01:14:28,510 Just in case. 1315 01:14:35,725 --> 01:14:37,936 It's a starfish I made at school. 1316 01:14:38,019 --> 01:14:39,062 Do you like it? 1317 01:14:49,155 --> 01:14:50,448 What is that for? 1318 01:14:52,033 --> 01:14:53,284 I love it. 1319 01:14:53,368 --> 01:14:55,745 Give it to me again on Christmas. Okay? 1320 01:15:08,008 --> 01:15:09,050 What are you doin' up? 1321 01:15:10,218 --> 01:15:11,720 I wanted to see you. 1322 01:15:13,263 --> 01:15:14,347 Where's your grandma? 1323 01:15:14,431 --> 01:15:16,016 She's upstairs with Michelle. 1324 01:15:32,741 --> 01:15:34,951 - Daddy? - Hmm? 1325 01:15:35,035 --> 01:15:37,328 Is Michelle gonna die like Mama? 1326 01:15:41,624 --> 01:15:43,835 ANCHOR: The Mighty Morphin Power Ranger. 1327 01:15:43,918 --> 01:15:46,671 At KB, there are only 15 left. 1328 01:15:46,755 --> 01:15:49,632 And when the doors finally open two hours later, 1329 01:15:49,716 --> 01:15:51,092 you might as well just 1330 01:15:51,176 --> 01:15:53,136 leave your Christmas cheer with the reindeer. 1331 01:15:53,219 --> 01:15:55,096 I'm Amy Chan, and good night. 1332 01:16:06,107 --> 01:16:10,028 Yeah, can I please get the number for ABC news station in Louisville? 1333 01:16:20,455 --> 01:16:22,165 MAN: Lookin' good, Ed. 1334 01:16:22,248 --> 01:16:24,334 What's goin' on over at your house? 1335 01:16:26,753 --> 01:16:27,712 How do you mean? 1336 01:16:32,050 --> 01:16:33,218 What in the world? 1337 01:16:39,474 --> 01:16:41,768 Can you tell me what kind of things you like to do during the day? 1338 01:16:41,851 --> 01:16:43,895 What's happenin'? What is this? 1339 01:16:43,978 --> 01:16:45,897 - Ed. - Wait, is this the father? 1340 01:16:45,980 --> 01:16:48,400 It's so nice to meet you. I'm Amy Chan from WPVK. 1341 01:16:48,483 --> 01:16:51,277 - Can I actually ask you a few questions? - No, ma'am. 1342 01:16:51,361 --> 01:16:53,530 I don't want an interview, don't want any cameras here. 1343 01:16:53,655 --> 01:16:55,073 Appreciate it if y'all pack it up. 1344 01:16:56,074 --> 01:16:57,325 Can I talk to you both? 1345 01:16:58,910 --> 01:17:00,036 We'll be right back. 1346 01:17:03,248 --> 01:17:05,125 Was I somehow unclear? 1347 01:17:05,208 --> 01:17:08,294 I say no more fundraising, now you got her on TV beggin' for money 1348 01:17:08,378 --> 01:17:09,754 in front of the whole world? 1349 01:17:09,838 --> 01:17:11,673 It's not the whole world. It's just local. 1350 01:17:11,756 --> 01:17:13,550 It's strangers in our home. 1351 01:17:13,675 --> 01:17:14,968 She's sick, Sharon. 1352 01:17:15,051 --> 01:17:17,178 And I told you I don't want this. 1353 01:17:17,262 --> 01:17:19,472 Oh, Ed, she's just so excited to be on TV. 1354 01:17:19,556 --> 01:17:21,349 SHARON: Look, I'm sorry, I know. 1355 01:17:21,433 --> 01:17:24,310 This is a good opportunity to get her story out. 1356 01:17:24,394 --> 01:17:25,979 It's good for her, Ed. Trust me. 1357 01:17:26,062 --> 01:17:28,398 Honestly, who do you think you are? 1358 01:17:28,481 --> 01:17:29,899 Ed. Ed. 1359 01:17:29,983 --> 01:17:31,234 She's tryin' to help us. 1360 01:17:31,317 --> 01:17:34,029 She's doin' the best she can and then some. 1361 01:17:34,112 --> 01:17:35,447 You've done a lot for my family. 1362 01:17:35,530 --> 01:17:37,115 I'm not gonna say you haven't. 1363 01:17:37,198 --> 01:17:39,284 But let's stop pretending you're doin' this for Michelle. 1364 01:17:39,367 --> 01:17:40,535 This is for you. 1365 01:17:41,578 --> 01:17:42,871 And get 'em outta my house. 1366 01:17:43,455 --> 01:17:44,456 All of 'em. 1367 01:17:45,457 --> 01:17:46,958 I gotta get back to work. 1368 01:17:58,511 --> 01:18:01,556 BARBARA: You really have done an awful lot for us. 1369 01:18:03,350 --> 01:18:05,935 I just want you to know that it means the world to me. 1370 01:18:07,187 --> 01:18:08,438 And to Ed. 1371 01:18:10,899 --> 01:18:13,318 Well, if you're all right with the girls for a bit, 1372 01:18:13,401 --> 01:18:14,736 I think I'm gonna head home. 1373 01:18:14,819 --> 01:18:16,029 - Yeah, sure. - Yeah. 1374 01:18:16,112 --> 01:18:17,989 Are you all right to drive? 1375 01:18:18,073 --> 01:18:21,159 I'm fine. I mean, I can't really walk, but I can drive. 1376 01:18:21,242 --> 01:18:22,285 See you later. 1377 01:18:22,369 --> 01:18:23,453 Bye. 1378 01:19:00,573 --> 01:19:02,701 ASHLEY: Daddy. ED: Hey. 1379 01:19:02,826 --> 01:19:04,327 What's wrong? What's wrong? 1380 01:19:04,411 --> 01:19:06,121 Aunt Sharon was talkin' real funny, 1381 01:19:06,204 --> 01:19:08,081 and bein' really weird, and scaring Michelle. 1382 01:19:08,164 --> 01:19:11,084 And now she's outside and she won't move, and I think she died. 1383 01:19:12,377 --> 01:19:14,421 - Where's your sister? 1384 01:19:14,504 --> 01:19:16,131 Upstairs crying. 1385 01:19:19,050 --> 01:19:20,010 ED: Okay. 1386 01:19:28,268 --> 01:19:29,561 Okay. 1387 01:19:29,644 --> 01:19:31,146 - Everything's fine. - What? 1388 01:19:31,229 --> 01:19:32,647 Aunt Sharon's just sleepin'. 1389 01:19:32,731 --> 01:19:34,524 You go upstairs, take care of your sister, okay? 1390 01:19:34,607 --> 01:19:36,026 - I'll wake her up. - Okay. 1391 01:20:00,925 --> 01:20:02,594 Ed. 1392 01:20:02,677 --> 01:20:04,763 - I was just gettin' some fresh air. - Get your things. 1393 01:20:07,223 --> 01:20:08,350 - What? - You need to go. 1394 01:20:08,433 --> 01:20:10,060 - No, I was just... - Get up. 1395 01:20:11,728 --> 01:20:13,021 I'll call you a cab. 1396 01:20:21,446 --> 01:20:23,406 I can't have you around the girls anymore. 1397 01:20:35,710 --> 01:20:37,629 Good choice. 1398 01:20:37,712 --> 01:20:40,048 ED: Something could've happened to her. 1399 01:20:40,131 --> 01:20:42,509 - How could you do this here? 1400 01:20:43,385 --> 01:20:45,095 I'm broken, Ed. 1401 01:20:46,513 --> 01:20:47,931 I always have been. 1402 01:20:52,519 --> 01:20:54,187 I get it from my mama. 1403 01:20:56,064 --> 01:20:57,816 She was a mean drunk. 1404 01:21:00,360 --> 01:21:01,986 She never liked me. 1405 01:21:03,196 --> 01:21:04,531 And I never knew why. 1406 01:21:07,992 --> 01:21:12,163 But I swore I'd be different with my kid. 1407 01:21:15,583 --> 01:21:17,377 But he hates me. 1408 01:21:20,422 --> 01:21:22,298 My son hates me. 1409 01:21:32,225 --> 01:21:33,977 I'm sure that's not true. 1410 01:21:36,521 --> 01:21:39,274 I have this voice in my head. 1411 01:21:41,192 --> 01:21:45,530 Every day, it tells me I'm no good. 1412 01:21:45,613 --> 01:21:49,868 Not worth lovin', not worth nothin'. 1413 01:21:49,993 --> 01:21:53,621 And drinkin' is the only thing that makes that voice go away. 1414 01:21:59,502 --> 01:22:02,422 I guess I figured, 1415 01:22:02,505 --> 01:22:03,798 if I could save Michelle, 1416 01:22:03,882 --> 01:22:05,842 maybe it would save me, too. 1417 01:22:10,013 --> 01:22:13,141 Just usin' your daughter to fix myself like that... 1418 01:22:16,895 --> 01:22:18,146 I'm sorry. 1419 01:22:20,607 --> 01:22:22,525 I'm Really... I'm really so sorry. 1420 01:22:22,609 --> 01:22:24,569 - No. - Hey. 1421 01:22:24,652 --> 01:22:25,653 ED: Hey. 1422 01:22:37,040 --> 01:22:38,833 Tell those girls good night. 1423 01:23:04,818 --> 01:23:06,778 [SOMBER MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 1424 01:23:23,336 --> 01:23:24,337 I need help. 1425 01:23:37,851 --> 01:23:39,144 I'm Sharon. 1426 01:23:41,604 --> 01:23:43,398 And I am an alcoholic. 1427 01:23:44,107 --> 01:23:46,151 ALL: Hi, Sharon. 1428 01:23:46,234 --> 01:23:47,402 ED: Here we go. 1429 01:23:47,485 --> 01:23:48,653 This one. 1430 01:23:49,988 --> 01:23:51,364 - ASHLEY: Hmm. 1431 01:23:51,448 --> 01:23:52,782 ED: Ashley, this is for you. 1432 01:23:57,579 --> 01:23:58,830 Still love it. 1433 01:24:02,667 --> 01:24:03,626 ASHLEY: ♪ Starfish ♪ 1434 01:24:03,710 --> 01:24:04,961 All right, we got more to open. 1435 01:24:05,045 --> 01:24:06,379 - ♪ Starfish song ♪ - Yeah, let's... 1436 01:24:06,463 --> 01:24:08,048 VOICEMAIL: Hey, it's Derek. You got my machine. 1437 01:24:08,173 --> 01:24:09,466 - Do your thing at the beep. 1438 01:24:09,549 --> 01:24:11,384 Hi, it's me. 1439 01:24:12,719 --> 01:24:13,928 Merry Christmas. 1440 01:24:15,764 --> 01:24:18,641 I won't leave any more messages after this. 1441 01:24:18,725 --> 01:24:20,977 No more apologies. 1442 01:24:21,061 --> 01:24:22,562 No more excuses. 1443 01:24:23,938 --> 01:24:26,733 Just want you to know I'm goin' to meetings, 1444 01:24:28,360 --> 01:24:29,319 and I'm gettin' help. 1445 01:24:35,241 --> 01:24:37,577 MICHELLE: I like to swim. AMY: You like to swim? 1446 01:24:37,660 --> 01:24:39,454 ASHLEY: Daddy, look. Michelle's on TV. 1447 01:24:39,537 --> 01:24:41,331 - AMY: What else do you like to do? - I like to ride on my... 1448 01:24:41,414 --> 01:24:42,957 - That's me. - AMY: The address 1449 01:24:43,041 --> 01:24:44,376 on your screen is where donations can be sent to help 1450 01:24:44,459 --> 01:24:45,877 - support this family... - ASHLEY: It's so cool. 1451 01:24:45,960 --> 01:24:48,296 - ...as they struggle... - You're like a movie star. 1452 01:24:48,380 --> 01:24:49,798 ...to cover medical bills. And to help pay for little Michelle's liver transplant. 1453 01:24:49,881 --> 01:24:53,927 I'm Amy Chan for WPVK News. Have a great evening. 1454 01:25:00,725 --> 01:25:01,810 Here you go, Mommy. 1455 01:25:01,893 --> 01:25:03,353 Let's get these out of the way. 1456 01:25:14,322 --> 01:25:16,783 You mad at God, Dad? 1457 01:25:16,866 --> 01:25:18,702 Is that why we don't pray anymore? 1458 01:25:21,454 --> 01:25:24,249 It's okay. Everybody gets mad sometimes. 1459 01:25:25,667 --> 01:25:27,711 You should still talk to Him, though. 1460 01:25:32,132 --> 01:25:33,216 You first. 1461 01:25:35,218 --> 01:25:37,804 Hi, God. It's Ashley and Dad. 1462 01:25:39,889 --> 01:25:42,100 Say hi. Don't be rude. 1463 01:25:45,520 --> 01:25:46,521 Hi. 1464 01:25:49,774 --> 01:25:51,651 We miss you. 1465 01:25:51,735 --> 01:25:53,361 And we're worried about Michelle. 1466 01:25:55,030 --> 01:25:59,534 I'm thankful that we get to spend Christmas together. 1467 01:25:59,617 --> 01:26:01,828 PASTOR: Couple of announcements before we start. 1468 01:26:01,911 --> 01:26:03,455 Please remember to... 1469 01:26:03,538 --> 01:26:06,291 if you purchased a poinsettia, please take it with you 1470 01:26:06,374 --> 01:26:08,335 at the close of the service. 1471 01:26:08,418 --> 01:26:10,253 We're gonna start with one of my favorites, 1472 01:26:10,337 --> 01:26:11,755 Angels We Have Heard on High, 1473 01:26:11,838 --> 01:26:15,175 which you can find on the insert in your program. 1474 01:26:18,428 --> 01:26:19,888 Good to have you back, Ed. 1475 01:26:21,806 --> 01:26:24,142 All right, sing with me, won't you? 1476 01:26:24,267 --> 01:26:28,730 CONGREGATION: ♪ Angels we have heard on high 1477 01:26:28,813 --> 01:26:31,107 ♪ Sweetly singing 1478 01:26:31,191 --> 01:26:32,984 ♪ O'er the plains... ♪ 1479 01:26:37,155 --> 01:26:38,782 GIRL: Oh, boy. This is big. 1480 01:26:38,865 --> 01:26:40,325 And when I say big, 1481 01:26:40,408 --> 01:26:43,745 I mean, really, really, really small. 1482 01:26:43,828 --> 01:26:45,080 MAN: That's small. 1483 01:26:45,163 --> 01:26:46,206 - MICHELLE: Daddy. 1484 01:26:46,331 --> 01:26:47,874 Look, it's snowing. 1485 01:26:53,713 --> 01:26:55,840 Well, would you look at that? 1486 01:27:24,411 --> 01:27:25,954 ED: Got the last gallon of milk. 1487 01:27:26,037 --> 01:27:28,081 - Hey. Hey. - Good thing I walked. 1488 01:27:29,374 --> 01:27:31,251 Roads are all iced up. 1489 01:27:31,376 --> 01:27:33,336 It really looks like it's comin' down now. 1490 01:27:33,420 --> 01:27:35,338 Yeah, it's only gonna get worse. 1491 01:27:35,422 --> 01:27:36,881 NEWSREADER: Officials are saying be prepared 1492 01:27:36,965 --> 01:27:38,133 for what they're calling 1493 01:27:38,216 --> 01:27:40,510 the worst blizzard in state history. 1494 01:27:40,593 --> 01:27:42,512 - Forty-two thousand homes... - BARBARA: Hm. 1495 01:27:42,595 --> 01:27:44,180 ...without power. 1496 01:27:44,264 --> 01:27:45,849 Half of the interstates are closed, and all inbound, 1497 01:27:45,932 --> 01:27:48,810 - outbound flights grounded. - I hope we got enough food. 1498 01:27:48,893 --> 01:27:52,397 Highway patrol says stay off the roads, hunker down where you are. 1499 01:27:52,480 --> 01:27:54,774 This storm isn't letting up anytime soon. 1500 01:28:02,073 --> 01:28:03,533 BARBARA: I'll get it. I got it. 1501 01:28:04,284 --> 01:28:05,285 Hello? 1502 01:28:06,494 --> 01:28:08,246 Ah, yes, just a moment, please. 1503 01:28:08,371 --> 01:28:09,664 Ed, for you. 1504 01:28:12,500 --> 01:28:14,502 - Here. There you go. 1505 01:28:15,545 --> 01:28:16,546 This is Ed. 1506 01:28:17,964 --> 01:28:18,965 What? 1507 01:28:20,091 --> 01:28:21,092 Today? 1508 01:28:24,262 --> 01:28:26,097 Yeah, I got it. 1509 01:28:27,724 --> 01:28:29,559 Six hours? 1510 01:28:29,642 --> 01:28:32,228 That's for pre-op? 1511 01:28:32,312 --> 01:28:34,773 Yeah, okay. We gotta be on the plane when? 1512 01:28:35,815 --> 01:28:36,816 Tomorrow. 1513 01:28:37,650 --> 01:28:38,651 Okay. 1514 01:28:39,652 --> 01:28:41,529 Okay. We'll be there. 1515 01:28:43,907 --> 01:28:46,117 BARBARA: Six hours to Omaha. 1516 01:28:46,201 --> 01:28:47,660 Ed, Ed. 1517 01:28:47,744 --> 01:28:49,412 Honey, listen, listen. It's not gonna be possible. 1518 01:28:49,496 --> 01:28:51,331 - We'll make it possible. - No, look. Look outside. 1519 01:28:51,456 --> 01:28:53,166 Look, we're snowed in. 1520 01:28:53,249 --> 01:28:56,044 I mean, the roads haven't been plowed. The airport's closed. 1521 01:28:56,127 --> 01:28:59,756 Honey, listen. It's too dangerous. You gotta call the doctor back. 1522 01:28:59,839 --> 01:29:01,091 - No. - BARBARA: Honey, 1523 01:29:01,174 --> 01:29:02,676 maybe this isn't our liver, okay? 1524 01:29:02,759 --> 01:29:04,052 Maybe this one needs to go to somebody else's child. 1525 01:29:04,135 --> 01:29:05,762 No. It is, Ma. 1526 01:29:05,845 --> 01:29:07,138 It has to be. 1527 01:29:07,222 --> 01:29:09,307 - But... - This is our last chance. 1528 01:29:09,432 --> 01:29:12,268 If we don't take it, Michelle dies. 1529 01:29:12,352 --> 01:29:13,812 If you take her out there in this, 1530 01:29:13,895 --> 01:29:16,523 - she dies. - Ma, I'll make it. 1531 01:29:16,606 --> 01:29:17,565 I have to make it. 1532 01:29:28,034 --> 01:29:29,035 Hello? 1533 01:29:29,119 --> 01:29:30,704 Sharon, it's Ed. 1534 01:29:30,787 --> 01:29:32,372 Ed, hi, hi. 1535 01:29:32,497 --> 01:29:33,707 Listen, I've heard you're doin' good. 1536 01:29:33,790 --> 01:29:35,250 I'm real glad about that, but right now, 1537 01:29:35,333 --> 01:29:36,876 I gotta cut to the chase 'cause there's not much time. 1538 01:29:36,960 --> 01:29:38,503 Okay. 1539 01:29:38,586 --> 01:29:39,629 We got a liver, Sharon. 1540 01:29:39,713 --> 01:29:40,755 We got it. 1541 01:29:40,839 --> 01:29:42,090 - Today? - Yes. 1542 01:29:42,173 --> 01:29:43,883 Michelle's gotta be in Omaha in six hours. 1543 01:29:43,967 --> 01:29:46,177 - Six hours? - Actually less. 1544 01:29:46,261 --> 01:29:49,264 Look, if I can't find a way to make this work by sundown, 1545 01:29:49,347 --> 01:29:50,890 we gotta give the liver to the next family who needs it. 1546 01:29:50,974 --> 01:29:52,851 That's barely two hours from now. 1547 01:29:52,934 --> 01:29:54,310 Yep. Today's the day, Sharon. 1548 01:29:55,020 --> 01:29:56,354 We gotta get it done. 1549 01:29:56,479 --> 01:29:57,647 Just have her bags packed. I'll call you back. 1550 01:29:59,607 --> 01:30:01,317 Okay. 1551 01:30:01,401 --> 01:30:02,569 - Okay. - Boom. 1552 01:30:02,652 --> 01:30:04,362 - There we go. - What? Come on. 1553 01:30:04,487 --> 01:30:06,740 ROSE: Go get your narrow behind out this kitchen. 1554 01:30:06,823 --> 01:30:08,158 - Shoot. 1555 01:30:08,783 --> 01:30:09,826 Hello. 1556 01:30:09,909 --> 01:30:11,494 I need you to call highway patrol. 1557 01:30:11,578 --> 01:30:13,496 Find out which roads are open, and then plot a route 1558 01:30:13,580 --> 01:30:14,998 from 12th and Henley to the airport. 1559 01:30:15,081 --> 01:30:17,083 - Wait, what? - It's liver time. This is it. 1560 01:30:17,167 --> 01:30:18,835 Oh, good Lord. Today? 1561 01:30:18,918 --> 01:30:21,671 Yes. And I need you to do this as fast as you can. 1562 01:30:21,755 --> 01:30:23,631 It's a two-hour flight, then 45-minute drive 1563 01:30:23,715 --> 01:30:25,050 to the hospital, 30 minutes to prep her. 1564 01:30:25,133 --> 01:30:26,760 That gives us a little over two hours 1565 01:30:26,843 --> 01:30:29,095 to get her to the airport 36 miles away. 1566 01:30:29,179 --> 01:30:31,097 We miss that deadline, we lose the liver. 1567 01:30:31,181 --> 01:30:32,432 We lose Michelle. 1568 01:30:32,557 --> 01:30:34,684 - Okay. 12th and... - Henley. Off the Pike. 1569 01:30:34,768 --> 01:30:37,270 I still gotta find a plane that'll fly in this storm. 1570 01:30:37,354 --> 01:30:38,772 Do it. I got this. 1571 01:30:40,607 --> 01:30:42,609 Al, I need to get that plane up today. 1572 01:30:42,692 --> 01:30:44,110 Ha! Real funny. 1573 01:30:44,194 --> 01:30:47,572 But I'm dead serious. The liver just came in. 1574 01:30:47,655 --> 01:30:49,199 Uh, okay, then. 1575 01:30:49,282 --> 01:30:50,784 I'll call the pilot. 1576 01:30:50,867 --> 01:30:52,619 I don't think they're gonna takeoff in this weather. 1577 01:30:52,702 --> 01:30:54,913 I'd imagine the airport's snowed in like the rest of us. 1578 01:30:54,996 --> 01:30:56,790 Just ask him if there's any way. 1579 01:30:56,873 --> 01:30:59,542 - Please. - Uh, I'll get back to you. 1580 01:30:59,626 --> 01:31:01,002 - MAN: Airport's closed, ma'am. 1581 01:31:01,086 --> 01:31:02,212 - All runways. - SHARON: No. 1582 01:31:02,295 --> 01:31:04,089 You hear me? "No" is not an option. 1583 01:31:04,172 --> 01:31:05,423 We are goin' to save this girl. 1584 01:31:05,548 --> 01:31:07,300 You're gonna clear a runway. 1585 01:31:08,176 --> 01:31:09,177 Please. 1586 01:31:10,095 --> 01:31:12,180 I meant to say "please." 1587 01:31:12,263 --> 01:31:13,765 MAN: Let me see what I can do. 1588 01:31:19,437 --> 01:31:21,231 - Come on. 1589 01:31:22,482 --> 01:31:24,025 Yeah. 1590 01:31:24,109 --> 01:31:25,902 ROSE: Okay, so he's going to take 1591 01:31:25,985 --> 01:31:28,780 Rounders Pike to Preston Highway... 1592 01:31:28,863 --> 01:31:30,990 - to I-65. - Sixty-five just closed. 1593 01:31:31,074 --> 01:31:33,201 REPORTER: Interstate 65 is now closed. 1594 01:31:33,284 --> 01:31:36,204 Oh, crap. Okay, scratch that. He gonna have to go around. 1595 01:31:36,287 --> 01:31:38,164 He's gonna have to go through... 1596 01:31:38,248 --> 01:31:39,499 Canyon Creek. 1597 01:31:39,624 --> 01:31:41,376 Canyon Creek? That's a one-lane highway. 1598 01:31:41,459 --> 01:31:42,752 That's the only road that's not closed. 1599 01:31:42,836 --> 01:31:44,629 Hold on. I'm gettin' another call. 1600 01:31:44,713 --> 01:31:46,047 - Hello? - MAN: Yeah, you're the lady 1601 01:31:46,131 --> 01:31:47,132 called about the flight for the little girl? 1602 01:31:47,215 --> 01:31:48,842 Yes, that's me. 1603 01:31:48,925 --> 01:31:49,926 We're gonna make an exception and open up the runway. 1604 01:31:50,010 --> 01:31:51,302 We'll have someone 1605 01:31:51,386 --> 01:31:52,762 - waitin' for you at the gate. - Thank you. 1606 01:31:52,846 --> 01:31:55,306 - Thank you. God bless you. 1607 01:31:55,390 --> 01:31:59,352 And tell that other guy I'm real sorry I yelled. 1608 01:31:59,436 --> 01:32:01,688 Sharon says take Canyon Creek all the way around. 1609 01:32:01,771 --> 01:32:03,148 It'll spit you out just south of the tarmac. 1610 01:32:03,231 --> 01:32:04,691 - Canyon Creek? - Yeah. 1611 01:32:04,774 --> 01:32:06,693 That'll add time. We only got a... hour 42. 1612 01:32:06,776 --> 01:32:07,986 No, honey, it's the only route. 1613 01:32:08,069 --> 01:32:09,738 - Take care of your grandma. - Okay. 1614 01:32:09,821 --> 01:32:11,239 - Wait! - I love you. 1615 01:32:11,322 --> 01:32:13,616 Bye, Michelle-my-belle. Honey, what? 1616 01:32:13,700 --> 01:32:16,161 - Meli, bring it back to me, okay? - Okay. 1617 01:32:17,245 --> 01:32:18,955 - Be careful out there! 1618 01:32:19,039 --> 01:32:20,999 [DRAMATIC MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 1619 01:32:28,131 --> 01:32:29,507 Okay, here we go. 1620 01:32:29,632 --> 01:32:30,884 - This is Sharon. 1621 01:32:30,967 --> 01:32:32,761 Sharon, he'll take that plane up. 1622 01:32:32,844 --> 01:32:34,262 - He'll do it? - Yes. 1623 01:32:34,346 --> 01:32:36,431 He said he's flown in worse storms than this. 1624 01:32:36,514 --> 01:32:37,807 He's on his way right now. 1625 01:32:37,891 --> 01:32:39,642 Oh, my God. Thank you, Al. 1626 01:32:39,726 --> 01:32:41,686 Thank you more than you'll ever know. 1627 01:32:43,646 --> 01:32:45,231 I'm cold, Daddy. 1628 01:32:45,315 --> 01:32:46,858 I know, baby. I know. 1629 01:32:46,941 --> 01:32:47,942 We'll warm up. 1630 01:32:50,236 --> 01:32:52,030 NEWSREADER: More bad news from the highways. 1631 01:32:52,113 --> 01:32:56,076 More closures on 265 Watterson Expressway, 1632 01:32:56,159 --> 01:32:59,287 and a big rig jackknifed on Canyon Creek, closing traffic 1633 01:32:59,371 --> 01:33:00,705 - in both directions. - Come on. 1634 01:33:00,789 --> 01:33:01,956 You gotta be kiddin' me. 1635 01:33:14,803 --> 01:33:17,097 SHARON: Gotta get him to turn around and go a different route. 1636 01:33:17,180 --> 01:33:19,015 ROSE: There is no other route. They're all blocked. 1637 01:33:19,099 --> 01:33:21,309 And we don't have a way to get ahold of him anyway. 1638 01:33:22,727 --> 01:33:25,939 Well, he's gonna find out soon enough. 1639 01:33:26,022 --> 01:33:27,982 WOMAN: And I think it goes without saying that 1640 01:33:28,066 --> 01:33:30,276 this just isn't the kind of weather we're used to here in Louisville. 1641 01:33:30,360 --> 01:33:31,820 MAN: Yeah, that's right... 1642 01:33:31,903 --> 01:33:34,030 - Where are we, Daddy? 1643 01:33:34,114 --> 01:33:35,740 Be right back. Wait here a second. 1644 01:33:53,133 --> 01:33:54,134 Oh, come on. 1645 01:34:06,855 --> 01:34:09,274 SHARON: The sun's goin' down. We're runnin' out of time. 1646 01:34:09,357 --> 01:34:11,901 Come on, Rose. There's gotta be a way to get him through. 1647 01:34:11,985 --> 01:34:13,278 ROSE: Okay, hold on. 1648 01:34:13,361 --> 01:34:15,613 If we can't get through, how about we get over? 1649 01:34:15,739 --> 01:34:17,282 SHARON: Over? What do you mean... 1650 01:34:17,365 --> 01:34:19,200 Oh, like a helicopter. 1651 01:34:19,284 --> 01:34:20,869 - You're a genius. - ROSE: Thanks. 1652 01:34:20,952 --> 01:34:23,288 Wait a minute. How the heck do we get a helicopter? 1653 01:34:23,371 --> 01:34:24,873 AMY: We're gonna keep an eye on this for you 1654 01:34:24,956 --> 01:34:26,124 and we'll be right back with more. 1655 01:34:26,207 --> 01:34:27,834 Gotta call you back. 1656 01:34:29,127 --> 01:34:30,378 I know there's... 1657 01:34:30,462 --> 01:34:33,465 a service road on Canyon Creek somewhere. 1658 01:34:33,548 --> 01:34:35,300 Meets up with surface streets. 1659 01:34:35,383 --> 01:34:37,761 - That'll work. - What'll work? 1660 01:34:37,844 --> 01:34:39,763 Daddy's got a new plan. 1661 01:34:39,846 --> 01:34:41,181 You wanna go on an adventure? 1662 01:34:41,264 --> 01:34:42,390 Yeah. 1663 01:34:43,808 --> 01:34:45,894 All right. Sit tight. 1664 01:34:55,070 --> 01:34:56,279 WOMAN: Sharon Stevens on line four. 1665 01:34:56,363 --> 01:34:57,489 Oh, put her through. 1666 01:34:57,572 --> 01:34:59,115 - Thank you. Thank you. - You got it. 1667 01:34:59,949 --> 01:35:01,576 Sharon, hey. How are you? 1668 01:35:03,953 --> 01:35:05,246 You need a what? 1669 01:35:17,967 --> 01:35:19,469 Hold on for me, baby. 1670 01:35:26,226 --> 01:35:27,227 Here we go. 1671 01:35:31,272 --> 01:35:32,649 - REPORTER: Highway exits 1672 01:35:32,732 --> 01:35:33,817 virtually at standstill... 1673 01:35:33,900 --> 01:35:35,110 - Hello. - SHARON: Don't panic. 1674 01:35:35,193 --> 01:35:36,986 - Turn to Channel Seven. - BARBARA: Oh. 1675 01:35:37,070 --> 01:35:39,364 Ashley, click on Channel Seven. Hurry up. 1676 01:35:41,574 --> 01:35:42,867 ...the airport are closed, 1677 01:35:42,951 --> 01:35:45,036 and her only hope now is a helicopter. 1678 01:35:45,120 --> 01:35:48,373 Please, if you're a helicopter pilot, or know one... 1679 01:35:48,456 --> 01:35:50,166 ROSE: He's gotta be somewhere on Canyon Creek. 1680 01:35:50,250 --> 01:35:51,918 Find him and tell him we're trying to get a helicopter. 1681 01:35:52,002 --> 01:35:53,461 - Got it. - ROSE: I think he's in, uh, 1682 01:35:53,545 --> 01:35:55,296 - a truck, a blue truck. 1683 01:35:55,380 --> 01:35:57,340 [DRAMATIC MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 1684 01:36:10,729 --> 01:36:11,771 ED: Almost there. 1685 01:36:12,605 --> 01:36:13,606 Almost. 1686 01:36:13,690 --> 01:36:15,525 I'm sleepy, Daddy. 1687 01:36:15,608 --> 01:36:17,360 I'll need you to stay awake for me, all right? 1688 01:36:17,444 --> 01:36:19,070 Hey, we're gonna make it, kiddo. 1689 01:36:19,154 --> 01:36:20,572 - We're gonna make it. - Mmm-hmm. 1690 01:36:21,865 --> 01:36:22,782 ED: What is this? 1691 01:36:33,710 --> 01:36:35,920 Okay. Okay. 1692 01:37:25,178 --> 01:37:26,429 Okay. 1693 01:37:26,513 --> 01:37:27,806 Hold on. Hold on. 1694 01:37:36,856 --> 01:37:38,525 Come on! Don't do this to me! Come on! 1695 01:37:49,494 --> 01:37:50,578 Come on! 1696 01:37:58,378 --> 01:37:59,421 Please! 1697 01:38:08,805 --> 01:38:10,432 Please. Please. 1698 01:38:12,058 --> 01:38:14,728 Please, not like this. 1699 01:39:07,113 --> 01:39:08,531 Come here, butterfly. 1700 01:39:14,871 --> 01:39:16,873 How come you're crying, Daddy? 1701 01:39:20,460 --> 01:39:22,921 I love you so much, baby girl. 1702 01:39:27,092 --> 01:39:29,511 Daddy loves you so, so much. 1703 01:39:32,180 --> 01:39:34,182 Are we going on the plane? 1704 01:39:43,983 --> 01:39:45,360 We're goin' home. 1705 01:39:48,196 --> 01:39:49,239 But first... 1706 01:39:52,909 --> 01:39:55,286 Daddy has to make a call. 1707 01:40:20,228 --> 01:40:21,938 - WOMAN: Dave, come here. 1708 01:40:22,022 --> 01:40:24,149 WOMAN: They're talkin' about little Michelle Schmitt on the TV. 1709 01:40:24,232 --> 01:40:25,608 Our Michelle? 1710 01:40:25,692 --> 01:40:27,652 They got her a liver, but the roads are closed, 1711 01:40:27,736 --> 01:40:29,863 and now they're tryin' to get a helicopter. 1712 01:40:29,946 --> 01:40:31,197 Amy, I know our viewers 1713 01:40:31,281 --> 01:40:32,532 have always come through in the past. 1714 01:40:32,615 --> 01:40:34,159 They will again this time. 1715 01:40:34,242 --> 01:40:36,619 WPVK viewers always come through in Louisville. 1716 01:40:36,703 --> 01:40:38,038 The numbers are on your screen. 1717 01:40:38,163 --> 01:40:39,831 Please give us a call. It's very important. 1718 01:40:45,420 --> 01:40:46,921 OPERATOR: Operator. How may I direct your call? 1719 01:40:47,005 --> 01:40:49,174 Yes, I have an emergency. Please connect me 1720 01:40:49,257 --> 01:40:52,635 to St. Andrew's Children's Hospital. 1721 01:40:52,719 --> 01:40:54,804 Anyone with a shred of a connection 1722 01:40:54,888 --> 01:40:56,848 to a helicopter pilot, please give us... Oh. 1723 01:40:56,931 --> 01:40:58,183 We've got a caller on line one. 1724 01:40:58,266 --> 01:40:59,559 Go ahead. You're on the air. 1725 01:40:59,642 --> 01:41:02,771 MAN: Hello. This is Todd from A-1 Aviation. 1726 01:41:02,854 --> 01:41:04,439 I remember that little girl from the news. 1727 01:41:04,522 --> 01:41:05,690 I got a helicopter. 1728 01:41:05,774 --> 01:41:07,317 And you can fly in this weather? 1729 01:41:07,400 --> 01:41:09,486 TODD: Ma'am, I flew 26 missions in Saigon, 1730 01:41:09,569 --> 01:41:10,945 - so, yeah. - Yes! 1731 01:41:11,029 --> 01:41:11,988 - I can handle a little snow. - Yes! 1732 01:41:13,490 --> 01:41:14,574 You guys, we got a helicopter! 1733 01:41:14,657 --> 01:41:16,785 We got a helicopter. 1734 01:41:16,868 --> 01:41:19,204 TODD: What we'll need now is a flat, open place to pick her up. 1735 01:41:19,287 --> 01:41:21,206 No trees, no power lines. 1736 01:41:21,289 --> 01:41:23,917 I'm gonna need about 100 feet by 100 feet cleared of snow 1737 01:41:24,000 --> 01:41:25,502 - so I can land. - Did everyone hear that? 1738 01:41:25,585 --> 01:41:27,212 I know where they can land that helicopter. 1739 01:41:27,295 --> 01:41:28,546 - Quick, where's the phone? - They need a cleared-up space 1740 01:41:28,630 --> 01:41:29,756 - big enough to land. - Where's the cordless? 1741 01:41:29,839 --> 01:41:31,049 WOMAN: Just use the one in the kitchen. 1742 01:41:31,174 --> 01:41:33,093 - Use the one on the wall. - Right, right. 1743 01:41:33,218 --> 01:41:34,803 Okay, we've got a caller on line two. 1744 01:41:34,886 --> 01:41:36,054 Go ahead. 1745 01:41:36,179 --> 01:41:37,681 Yeah, hi. This is Pastor Dave Stone 1746 01:41:37,764 --> 01:41:39,265 of Southeast Christian Church. 1747 01:41:39,349 --> 01:41:41,267 You can land the helicopter in our parking lot. 1748 01:41:41,351 --> 01:41:43,311 - It's on Washington. - That's Pastor Dave. 1749 01:41:43,395 --> 01:41:44,938 You hear that, Louisville? 1750 01:41:45,021 --> 01:41:47,941 The parking lot of Southeast Church. Interstate 64. 1751 01:41:48,024 --> 01:41:49,818 But we're gonna need help clearin' it. 1752 01:41:49,901 --> 01:41:51,486 So, anyone... 1753 01:41:51,569 --> 01:41:52,570 anyone who's hearin' this, please, 1754 01:41:52,654 --> 01:41:53,863 come on down and help us. 1755 01:41:53,947 --> 01:41:55,323 And to my congregation, 1756 01:41:55,407 --> 01:41:57,492 please spread the word. Get to the church. 1757 01:41:57,575 --> 01:41:59,202 Let's help save this little girl. 1758 01:41:59,285 --> 01:42:00,412 And bring shovels. 1759 01:42:00,495 --> 01:42:02,247 We're gonna need a lot of shovels. 1760 01:42:02,330 --> 01:42:04,874 Oh, okay, everybody, get some shovels. 1761 01:42:04,958 --> 01:42:06,918 Get all the shovels. We gotta get some blankets. 1762 01:42:07,002 --> 01:42:08,837 And coats and... Where are my shoes? 1763 01:42:14,843 --> 01:42:16,094 All right, you can go with the Bordens. 1764 01:42:16,219 --> 01:42:17,429 They're right there waitin' on the corner. 1765 01:42:17,512 --> 01:42:18,596 - Okay. - Here you go. 1766 01:42:18,680 --> 01:42:20,265 Here, put this on. It's freezin'. 1767 01:42:20,348 --> 01:42:22,267 All right. Grab a shovel off the porch. 1768 01:42:22,350 --> 01:42:24,394 - Go on. Be careful out there. - ASHLEY: Okay. 1769 01:42:26,021 --> 01:42:27,647 DOCTOR: Ed? 1770 01:42:27,731 --> 01:42:29,441 It's Dr. Ghorbani. Everything all right? 1771 01:42:29,524 --> 01:42:30,567 Doc. 1772 01:42:30,650 --> 01:42:32,444 They're prepping for surgery. 1773 01:42:32,527 --> 01:42:34,362 They need Michelle at the hospital in less than four hours. 1774 01:42:34,446 --> 01:42:35,655 I can't. 1775 01:42:36,531 --> 01:42:37,615 Ed? 1776 01:42:37,699 --> 01:42:38,950 I'm stuck. 1777 01:42:40,869 --> 01:42:42,370 - In the storm. - Ed, if you need 1778 01:42:42,454 --> 01:42:45,248 to surrender the liver, we have to know now, okay? 1779 01:42:45,331 --> 01:42:47,709 We have a second family on standby. We can... 1780 01:42:47,792 --> 01:42:49,586 - Look, she has the priority... 1781 01:42:49,669 --> 01:42:50,837 - ...but tell me. - MAN: Hey, man? 1782 01:42:50,920 --> 01:42:51,838 Are you gonna be able to make it? 1783 01:42:51,921 --> 01:42:52,922 Hold on, Doc. 1784 01:42:53,006 --> 01:42:54,299 MAN: Is that your Bronco? 1785 01:42:55,258 --> 01:42:56,634 Yeah. 1786 01:42:56,718 --> 01:42:58,887 We're friends of Sharon. Got a helicopter waitin'. 1787 01:42:58,970 --> 01:43:00,388 Take you to the airport. 1788 01:43:00,472 --> 01:43:01,765 - Ed, can you hear me? - MAN: Gotta go. Come on. 1789 01:43:01,848 --> 01:43:03,808 Doc, never mind. We're gonna make it. 1790 01:43:03,892 --> 01:43:04,976 - On our way. - MAN: Go load your daughter 1791 01:43:05,060 --> 01:43:06,061 in the truck. I gotta call Sharon. 1792 01:43:06,144 --> 01:43:07,520 Where we headed? I'll follow you. 1793 01:43:07,604 --> 01:43:09,189 - Southeast Christian Church. - That's my church. 1794 01:43:09,314 --> 01:43:11,274 They said you gotta be there in 45 minutes. 1795 01:43:11,358 --> 01:43:12,609 Still time if we go now. 1796 01:43:12,692 --> 01:43:14,444 That's all the way back the way I came. 1797 01:43:14,527 --> 01:43:16,613 And the interstate's closed. Come on, let's go. Jump in with us. 1798 01:43:18,406 --> 01:43:19,699 I know a way. 1799 01:43:19,783 --> 01:43:21,451 We're gonna have to go off-road. 1800 01:43:22,744 --> 01:43:23,828 Let me drive. 1801 01:43:28,208 --> 01:43:29,417 MAN: There we go. 1802 01:43:34,047 --> 01:43:35,840 ROSE: Let's go, let's go! MAN: Yeah! 1803 01:43:35,924 --> 01:43:37,676 ROSE: Try to get it off to one side. 1804 01:43:37,759 --> 01:43:38,885 I'm here! 1805 01:43:38,968 --> 01:43:41,054 Well, look who decided to show up. 1806 01:43:41,680 --> 01:43:42,806 Good to see you. 1807 01:43:42,889 --> 01:43:44,849 AMY: Another weather update. 1808 01:43:44,933 --> 01:43:47,185 We're getting reports there's now a second storm surge inbound, 1809 01:43:47,310 --> 01:43:50,480 and this one is looking even uglier than the first, with high winds... 1810 01:43:50,563 --> 01:43:51,981 MAN: ...characteristics of almost 1811 01:43:52,065 --> 01:43:54,025 a winter hurricane, and traveling is discouraged 1812 01:43:54,109 --> 01:43:55,193 through the rest of tonight 1813 01:43:55,318 --> 01:43:57,153 - and early tomorrow. - Just great. 1814 01:43:57,237 --> 01:43:59,531 Twenty-six minutes. Hold on tight. 1815 01:43:59,614 --> 01:44:02,367 MAN: ...records for snowfall and low temperature. 1816 01:44:03,868 --> 01:44:05,620 This ain't no light and fluffy snow. 1817 01:44:05,704 --> 01:44:08,540 This ain't gonna work, not without a lot more help. 1818 01:44:08,623 --> 01:44:10,208 Sharon. 1819 01:44:10,333 --> 01:44:11,334 PASTOR: Hey there. 1820 01:44:11,418 --> 01:44:12,877 Do you guys need a hand? 1821 01:44:14,254 --> 01:44:16,423 - Let's go, guys! 1822 01:44:16,506 --> 01:44:17,799 ASHLEY: Aunt Sharon! 1823 01:44:17,882 --> 01:44:19,592 PASTOR: All right, come on, y'all. Split up! 1824 01:44:19,676 --> 01:44:21,803 We need 100 feet by 100 feet. 1825 01:44:21,886 --> 01:44:23,096 You guys stay here, 1826 01:44:23,179 --> 01:44:24,973 and the rest of y'all go down that way. 1827 01:44:26,891 --> 01:44:28,601 MAN: With this storm gettin' worse by the minute, 1828 01:44:28,685 --> 01:44:31,271 all of Louisville is now holding its breath. 1829 01:44:31,396 --> 01:44:33,106 AMY: I can tell you, everyone here at the station 1830 01:44:33,189 --> 01:44:34,858 is on the edge of their seat. 1831 01:44:34,941 --> 01:44:36,735 But one thing I know for sure, 1832 01:44:36,818 --> 01:44:40,030 that little girl now has the entire city rootin' for her. 1833 01:44:41,948 --> 01:44:43,283 WOMAN: We've got heavier snow 1834 01:44:43,408 --> 01:44:45,410 and the wind's starting to pick up, 1835 01:44:45,493 --> 01:44:48,705 and it is gonna be intensifying very quickly here. Whiteout conditions. 1836 01:44:48,788 --> 01:44:51,291 We could be talking about wind gusts of hurricane force 1837 01:44:51,416 --> 01:44:53,251 70 miles per hour or greater. 1838 01:44:53,335 --> 01:44:55,337 So, these are gonna be bands of really heavy snow 1839 01:44:55,462 --> 01:44:56,880 and a strong northerly wind. 1840 01:44:56,963 --> 01:44:59,090 This is gonna be a really powerful storm... 1841 01:45:13,021 --> 01:45:14,314 I got your message. 1842 01:45:17,067 --> 01:45:18,068 I got all of 'em. 1843 01:45:20,862 --> 01:45:22,822 [SENTIMENTAL MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING] 1844 01:45:34,167 --> 01:45:35,293 Let's save this little girl. 1845 01:45:35,377 --> 01:45:36,961 - Yeah. - What do you say? 1846 01:45:37,045 --> 01:45:38,171 - Yeah. - Yeah? 1847 01:45:38,254 --> 01:45:39,547 Yeah. 1848 01:45:39,631 --> 01:45:41,174 AMY: We've got some fantastic news. 1849 01:45:41,257 --> 01:45:43,885 The helicopter is now only five minutes away. 1850 01:45:43,968 --> 01:45:46,930 - DEREK: Five minutes. Let's go. Let's go. 1851 01:45:47,013 --> 01:45:48,473 ROSE: Faster! 1852 01:45:52,227 --> 01:45:53,895 ED: You doin' okay, butterfly? 1853 01:45:53,978 --> 01:45:55,230 - Mmm-hmm. - ED: Okay. 1854 01:45:55,313 --> 01:45:57,565 All right. All right, few more miles. 1855 01:45:58,733 --> 01:45:59,901 Homestretch. 1856 01:46:03,029 --> 01:46:04,030 WOMAN: There it is! 1857 01:46:04,614 --> 01:46:05,699 MAN: There it is. 1858 01:46:05,782 --> 01:46:07,492 It's here! It's here! 1859 01:46:17,627 --> 01:46:19,004 ED: There it is. 1860 01:46:19,087 --> 01:46:20,171 Nice. 1861 01:46:20,255 --> 01:46:21,297 MAN 1: There it is. We made it. 1862 01:46:21,381 --> 01:46:23,049 - MAN: There's Ed! 1863 01:46:24,384 --> 01:46:26,011 - ROSE: Let's go, Ed! 1864 01:46:26,094 --> 01:46:27,512 WOMAN: Let's go. MAN 2: We gotta keep goin'. 1865 01:46:28,763 --> 01:46:30,348 - He's here. - MAN 3: Let's do this! 1866 01:46:30,432 --> 01:46:31,850 - It's all right. - WOMAN 2: It's Michelle! 1867 01:46:31,933 --> 01:46:33,059 She made it! 1868 01:46:34,019 --> 01:46:35,145 MAN 4: Let's go! 1869 01:46:35,228 --> 01:46:37,313 MAN 5: We ain't done yet. ED: Oh. 1870 01:46:40,400 --> 01:46:42,694 So, still feel alone now? 1871 01:46:42,777 --> 01:46:44,195 This is... 1872 01:46:45,363 --> 01:46:46,364 incredible. 1873 01:46:47,198 --> 01:46:48,658 Hi, little one. 1874 01:46:48,742 --> 01:46:50,118 - Missed you so much. - ASHLEY: Daddy! 1875 01:46:50,201 --> 01:46:51,578 - Hey, come here, baby. - ASHLEY: Look what we did! 1876 01:46:52,996 --> 01:46:54,581 You did good. 1877 01:46:54,664 --> 01:46:57,375 GIRL: Watch out! MAN: Watch out! 1878 01:46:57,459 --> 01:46:59,252 - MAN 2: Watch out! - Turn up the radio. 1879 01:46:59,336 --> 01:47:00,837 AMY: Getting word from the pilot. 1880 01:47:00,920 --> 01:47:02,839 Go ahead. 1881 01:47:02,922 --> 01:47:05,300 TODD: I can't see the landing area in the whiteout conditions. 1882 01:47:05,383 --> 01:47:06,676 Said he can't see. 1883 01:47:06,760 --> 01:47:08,345 It's a whiteout. 1884 01:47:08,428 --> 01:47:10,388 TODD: I'm sorry. I just can't see. 1885 01:47:10,472 --> 01:47:13,475 No, we did not come this far to fail. 1886 01:47:13,600 --> 01:47:14,809 Headlights! 1887 01:47:14,893 --> 01:47:16,561 Everybody, turn on your headlights quick! 1888 01:47:16,644 --> 01:47:18,480 PASTOR: Yeah, good idea. MAN: Put on lights. 1889 01:47:18,605 --> 01:47:20,690 PASTOR: Headlights. Turn on the headlights. 1890 01:47:27,030 --> 01:47:29,240 Wait, Ashley. Where's she goin'? 1891 01:47:29,324 --> 01:47:30,658 Hey, Ashley! 1892 01:47:31,409 --> 01:47:32,660 Ashley! 1893 01:47:33,953 --> 01:47:36,289 - Does this help? - MAN: That's good. We got it. 1894 01:47:38,958 --> 01:47:40,377 TODD: I can see that. 1895 01:47:40,460 --> 01:47:42,170 Yeah? Yeah, he says he can see. 1896 01:47:42,253 --> 01:47:43,588 TODD: I need more. Give me more. 1897 01:47:43,672 --> 01:47:45,215 Everybody, get your coats! 1898 01:47:45,298 --> 01:47:46,841 Blankets, anythin'! 1899 01:47:55,433 --> 01:47:56,851 MALE ANCHOR: Take a look at the pictures, Amy. 1900 01:47:56,935 --> 01:47:58,353 They're coming in now of... 1901 01:47:58,436 --> 01:48:00,397 Those are jackets, I believe, being laid out. 1902 01:48:00,480 --> 01:48:01,856 - People are literally... 1903 01:48:01,940 --> 01:48:03,358 ...taking off their jackets, putting them down 1904 01:48:03,441 --> 01:48:04,109 - for him to see. - AMY: Okay, he's good. 1905 01:48:04,192 --> 01:48:05,068 He's good to land. 1906 01:48:05,151 --> 01:48:06,695 Okay, everybody, get back! 1907 01:48:07,612 --> 01:48:09,489 Back up so he can land! 1908 01:48:35,473 --> 01:48:38,143 - THERESA: Hey, butterfly. 1909 01:48:38,226 --> 01:48:39,477 - Aw. 1910 01:48:48,945 --> 01:48:50,363 Michelle, look. 1911 01:48:54,367 --> 01:48:56,202 MICHELLE: Butterflies. 1912 01:49:13,511 --> 01:49:14,679 MAN: Go on, Ed! 1913 01:49:21,269 --> 01:49:22,729 MAN 2: Godspeed, Ed. 1914 01:49:28,318 --> 01:49:29,319 Oh. 1915 01:49:31,279 --> 01:49:33,782 I want you to know somethin'. 1916 01:49:33,865 --> 01:49:36,368 That voice in your head couldn't be more wrong. 1917 01:49:36,451 --> 01:49:38,578 You're not just worthy, Sharon. 1918 01:49:40,080 --> 01:49:41,081 You're a miracle. 1919 01:49:42,415 --> 01:49:44,334 Go. Go. 1920 01:49:46,002 --> 01:49:47,754 Oh, and, Sharon... 1921 01:49:47,837 --> 01:49:49,714 somethin' else I've been meanin' to say. 1922 01:49:51,132 --> 01:49:52,133 Thank you. 1923 01:50:01,851 --> 01:50:03,770 AMY: And there she goes. 1924 01:50:03,853 --> 01:50:07,065 Little Michelle Schmitt off to surgery. 1925 01:50:07,148 --> 01:50:09,901 And our prayers go with her. 1926 01:50:09,984 --> 01:50:12,195 - What an incredible moment. - Thank you. 1927 01:50:12,278 --> 01:50:13,279 MALE ANCHOR: We'll take a short break 1928 01:50:13,363 --> 01:50:14,447 and be right back. 1929 01:50:19,494 --> 01:50:20,912 MAN 2: We love you, Michelle! 1930 01:51:14,924 --> 01:51:15,884 Ma. 1931 01:51:16,634 --> 01:51:17,635 Ma. 1932 01:51:28,938 --> 01:51:30,148 ED: Hey, butterfly. 1933 01:51:36,863 --> 01:51:39,115 [SWEET CHILD O' MINE ACOUSTIC VERSION PLAYING] 1934 01:51:53,296 --> 01:51:56,716 ♪ She's got a smile that it seems to me ♪ 1935 01:51:56,841 --> 01:52:01,012 ♪ Reminds me of childhood memories ♪ 1936 01:52:01,096 --> 01:52:06,351 ♪ Where everything was as fresh as the bright blue sky ♪ 1937 01:52:09,437 --> 01:52:13,149 ♪ Now and then when I see her face ♪ 1938 01:52:13,233 --> 01:52:17,112 ♪ She takes me away to that special place ♪ 1939 01:52:17,195 --> 01:52:22,617 ♪ And if I stare too long, I'd probably break down and cry ♪ 1940 01:52:25,870 --> 01:52:30,667 ♪ Whoa, oh, oh Sweet child o' mine ♪ 1941 01:52:33,962 --> 01:52:39,050 ♪ Whoa, oh, oh, oh Sweet love of mine ♪ 1942 01:52:43,805 --> 01:52:45,724 WOMAN: I called the radio station and asked them 1943 01:52:45,807 --> 01:52:48,226 why the helicopter couldn't land back here, 1944 01:52:48,309 --> 01:52:50,520 and they said it would have to be plowed. 1945 01:52:50,603 --> 01:52:52,939 MAN: The next thing you know, everybody started comin' from everywhere. 1946 01:52:53,023 --> 01:52:55,567 MAN 2: Perfect strangers you're never gonna see again 1947 01:52:55,650 --> 01:52:57,485 come out to help somebody they've never even laid eyes on before. 1948 01:52:57,569 --> 01:52:59,654 It really makes you feel good. 1949 01:52:59,738 --> 01:53:02,240 I can't believe it, and I'd say thank you from the bottom of my heart. 1950 01:53:02,323 --> 01:53:04,159 That doesn't seem to be enough. 1951 01:53:04,242 --> 01:53:06,494 But I just want everybody to know how much we appreciate it. 139103

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