- 1. There was a bunch of pigs right here.
- 2. Gosh, this looks like a junkyard.
- 3. Well, there's your mother.
- 4. Robert, you're a coward.
- 5. You're disgusting.
- 6. And you make me sick the way
you're hiding behind my baby!
- 7. This is not a baby!
This is Renee, she's my friend...
- 8. Yeah and I'm not a maid!
- 9. They're taking over the house,
- 10. all the booze.
- 11. They're using the silver.
- 12. Put me down you turkey sandwich.
- 13. - Thanks for bringing my car back.
- Oh, you're welcome.
- 14. I'm Robert Harmon.
- 15. Hi, I'm Laurie.
- 16. They're in your bathroom.
- 17. They've got the jewerly
all over, the makeup.
- 18. They take baths whenever they want to.
- 19. Hi, garbage lady!
- 20. I'm Phyllis.
- 21. - Stop trying to organize me, okay!
- I'm not trying to organize you, I'm...
- 22. This place looks like it's going
to take three days to clean up.
- 23. - I'm Robert Harmon.
- Hi. Joanie.
- 24. You're a beautiful girl, Joanie.
- 25. Do me a favor, will ya kids? When you're
finished doing what you're doing, just clean it up.
- 26. Because I only have a secretary,
and she's a little annoyed right now, okay.
- 27. I'm Robert Harmon.
- 28. You're drinking champagne, that's nice.
So, just finish it up, and...
- 29. Oh, Hi, you must be Mr. Harmon.
- 30. I'm sorry, just having fun,
just playing you know.
- 31. There wasn't enough hot water.
- 32. Joanie's gonna sing
- 33. or recite.
- 34. This is champagne, that's orange juice,
make a little marmosa.
- 35. Hurry up, like that,
cuz we don't want to hold her up.
- 36. Just pour yourself something.
- 37. Put a lil "Champs-Elysées" in it.
- 38. You sell?
- 39. What?
- 40. Anything.
- 41. You sell love,
- 42. you sell drugs,
you sell poetry,
- 43. whatever. What do you sell?
- 44. - How old are you?
- 45. 18, that's what you said.
- 46. 18 ...
- 47. You dance?
- 48. Charlene tells me you sing.
- 49. Yeah, I try.
- 50. What do you sing?
- 51. I write poetry
and I sing it.
- 52. Why don't you sing it?
I mean, you don't have to sing it.
- 53. You could recite it.
- 54. Just say it.
- 55. And don't look away, will you please,
because I'm going to record you.
- 56. What are you doing,
I don't know what you're doing?
- 57. See,
- 58. a beautiful woman,
- 59. has to offer a man
- 60. I mean, that is so beautiful
I can't tell you.
- 61. You see, everyone in the world
is very screwed up.
- 62. Now I know that you're not screwed up
- 63. And I'm not. And I know
the answer, and you know the answer.
- 64. But,
- 65. we can't tell them the answer
unless they ask us the question.
- 66. You see?
- 67. Tell me what a good time is.
- 68. A good time?
- 69. Yeah, you have to be with someone
to have a good time, don't ya?
- 70. Yeah, that helps.
- 71. Sex?
- 72. I think we do need that.
- 73. Yeah, for money.
- 74. You don't enjoy it?
- 75. You need someone to be with
to have a good time, don't ya?
- 76. Yeah, it helps.
- 77. Well, then tell me what a good time is.
- 78. Is it school?
- 79. Is it books, is it music, is it movies?
- 80. - What's the question?
- Good time, the best time, right?
- 81. Cooking.
- 82. I love to cook.
- 83. Cooking?
- 84. Cooking is the best time you've ever had?
Give me a break!
- 85. Give me another drink, over here.
- 86. I guess dreaming.
- 87. What do you dream?
- 88. Are you gay?
- 89. No.
- 90. Sorry.
- 91. No, I'm not.
- 92. It's okay. Don't worry.
You're safe here.
- 93. I'm Jill Dunbar.
- 94. The judge.
- 95. I'm Sarah Lawson.
- 96. This is my daughter Debbie.
- 97. Judge Dunbar?
Hi, I'm Milton Kravitz.
- 98. I represent Mrs. Lawson.
Have you two met?
- 99. Are you comfortable there?
- 100. Yeah, sure.
- 101. Sorry we're late.
Traffic was terrible.
- 102. You're beautiful.
- 103. Come over and sit here, please.
- 104. Why don't we have Debbie wait outside?
- 105. There is no reason for her to be here?
- 106. No, it's okay. I want to be here.
- 107. Sure, go outside Debbie. It'll just take
a minute and we'll call you right back in.
- 108. Jack, could she stay here, please?
- 109. I mean, she knows everything.
- 110. We don't want our baby
standing out in the hall.
- 111. We are in agreement on
the money settlement.
- 112. That is correct.
- 113. And Debbie has agreed to live with her mother,
there is no disagreement on that.
- 114. You sign these, we can finish quickly.
- 115. I have immediate plans to take Debbie
with me to Houston or New York.
- 116. I don't know when we'll be back.
- 117. New York?
- 118. Houston?
Where did that come in?
- 119. We're not gonna go to a funeral.
- 120. What is the understanding that you've
come to on this visit?
- 121. You see, we go to
a lot of funerals.
- 122. I go to funerals,
- 123. and some weddings.
- 124. You might say that's what I do:
I visit sick people.
- 125. Mothers, fathers,
- 126. sisters, brothers,
- 127. uncles,
- 128. nephews, aunts.
- 129. I don't have any relatives myself,
but Jack does.
- 130. Some of these are in Houston,
and Jack's aunt is in New York.
- 131. Which I would feel very uncomfortable
going to if she wasn't there.
- 132. But nobody died this time.
- 133. Just sick, you know.
- 134. People like Debbie and me
to be with them
- 135. when they aren't feeling well,
because we're cheerful.
- 136. Says right here: "Visiting privileges
every other weekend.
- 137. From Saturday noon til Sunday at 7.
- 138. Mr. Lawson will be entitled to take
- 139. to where he resides or any
other reasonable place."
- 140. Wasn't that what you had agreed to?
- 141. You see Judge
- 142. when someone is temporarily insane
- 143. like Jack here is...
- 144. And he's a wonderful guy, but...
- 145. You see,
when someone is like that,
- 146. they don't want to see the
people that they really love.
- 147. Okay, I understand that.
- 148. A person who is sick has to get well
- 149. before he can be normal, right?
- 150. So, when Jack finishes his...
- 151. sleeping around everywhere,
- 152. and he wants to assume
- 153. he wants to be a real father to Debbie,
he can see her.
- 154. If Debbie is a very old lady when
he makes up his mind,
- 155. that's when he'll see her.
- 156. I don't understand.
- 157. You feel that your husband
- 158. should not see Debbie at all?
- 159. Well, I object. I think Mrs. Lawson
is breaking the understanding.
- 160. I don't understand.
- 161. I don't understand.
- 162. He's the one that wants a divorce.
- 163. One of the reasons we're having difficulty
- 164. with something we've already agreed to,
- 165. is that my wife hasn't been cured.
- 166. I'm a very happy person.
- 167. My wife has been in and out of institutions
since our marriage.
- 168. That's one of the reasons why we're having difficulty
with something that we've already agreed to.
- 169. She hasn't been cured.
- 170. I have a problem. I...
- 171. I love my family. I love him,
and I love her. I love them, just them.
- 172. And,
- 173. when I can't be cheerful...
- 174. When you get a headache, or
- 175. you feel really bad.
- 176. I go to the hospital.
- 177. And I stay there until I feel that I can
take care of things again.
- 178. Just stepping out of the way for awhile.
- 179. Until his little sex things are over...
- 180. Whatever it is that causes me
to get the headaches...
- 181. Something like that.
- 182. Could I have a glass of champagne
in a crystal glass, please?
- 183. I love crystal!
- 184. I'm Phyllis. That's my stage name.
- 185. Lovely nails you have.
- 186. You're a straight
- 187. and a marvelous writer.
- 188. I just love the way you
write about loneliness.
- 189. You make it sound so
exciting and romantic.
- 190. I saw you in here last month.
Are you working on a new book?
- 191. Are you doing
something on us?
- 192. Yes, I'm writing a book on nightlife,
as a matter of fact.
- 193. Could I have your telephone number
please, your card, something?
- 194. Lucky boy!
- 195. Now is this for research or what?
- 196. It's uh...
- 197. She's beautiful.
- 198. You know her name?
- 199. Susan.
- 200. I think with all beautiful women,
they have a secret.
- 201. And the interesting thing,
- 202. is to get that secret out.
- 203. If they volunteer that secret to me.
- 204. Yeah, I guess.
- 205. I'm a writer,
that's why I'm saying that.
- 206. I know, I saw you on TV.
- 207. Haven't read any of your books, though,
don't have too much time.
- 208. - I did the cigarette trick...
- Watch the tablecloth.
- 209. Give me your glass.
- 210. What should we drink to?
- 211. I can't think of anything.
- 212. You're ambitious enough, I think.
- 213. When I came in here about a month ago,
- 214. there were these two
very cute little girls
- 215. that were singing along with you.
They were backup singers.
- 216. They're not here anymore.
And that bothers me.
- 217. - Does it bother you?
- 218. What time is it?
- 219. I want to write a book about you.
- 220. Why, you think I want to be a big star?
- 221. I've gotta go.
- 222. It was fun.
- 223. I like the way you move.
- 224. I really like the way you move.
- 225. I'm right here.
- 226. That's nice.
- 227. Give me your keys, give me your keys.
- 228. My dress!
- 229. You know what they say about
beautiful women. Their secrets.
- 230. They'll give 'em to you gladly, this is...
- 231. Where do you live?
- 232. Do you know where you live?
- 233. Get out, okay.
- 234. Get out of here!
- 235. Well then, move over.
- 236. Gotta get out of my car.
- 237. Get out!
- 238. Out of my car!
- 239. Enough, okay!
- 240. Come on! Let go!
- 241. Get out of here.
- 242. You're amazingly strong.
- 243. I'll drive, alright.
- 244. Where do you live?
- 245. I'll drive.
- 246. Make a right, at the corner.
- 247. Okay, this is fine,
this is fine, stop.
- 248. Give me the keys.
Give me the keys!
- 249. Turn off the lights.
- 250. Turn the radio off. Are you crazy?
Give me the keys.
- 251. Can you walk?
Come on, we gotta get off the street.
- 252. Put your arm around me.
- 253. You taking me to bed?
- 254. Where are we?
- 255. My house.
- 256. Perfect ending to a
- 257. I'm alright.
- 258. I'm alright...
- 259. I'm usually a lot more fun,
I'll tell you that right now.
- 260. Come on darling, I want you
to eat some soup now.
- 261. Do the best you can.
- 262. Cuz I've got to get you out of
this room so the child can play.
- 263. Hi, Robert.
I'll be right with you.
- 264. Is that your mom?
- 265. I really should give you
a lot of money, but I...
- 266. A few thousand dollars will do.
- 267. I want to thank you very,
very much for what you've done.
- 268. You're very welcome. I was really
the one who did the most for you.
- 269. She wouldn't do anything.
I had to undress you.
- 270. You're the one that undressed me?
You took all my clothes off?
- 271. And you nursed me,
and you washed my shirt?
- 272. - Oh, thank you so much.
- You're welcome.
- 273. But I don't want you
to be a mother now.
- 274. Because it confuses me when a beautiful
women like you becomes a mother.
- 275. I'm not a mother really.
- 276. Good bye, thank you.
- 277. Excuse me, please.
- 278. I'm really sorry to be late.
- 279. Well, you understand.
- 280. Excuse me, excuse me,
excuse me, excuse me...
- 281. Okay. We can start.
- 282. Mother.
- 283. I want to go with my father.
- 284. I hate my life with you.
- 285. I hate going to see all
those dying people.
- 286. I hate being with those old people.
- 287. They smell.
- 288. Excuse me, could I sit there, please?
- 289. They smell?
- 290. When did you first decide
that they smell?
- 291. I want to go with my father.
- 292. I don't want to go with you anymore.
- 293. I don't want to be a slave.
- 294. Nice...
- 295. Nobody leave this room
- 296. until we find out what it means.
- 297. I can discuss it.
I have a lot of time.
- 298. What is it that you want to discuss?
- 299. Love.
- 300. We're dealing with legal matters.
- 301. And as painful as it seems,
- 302. this is usual in divorce cases.
- 303. Please, Mrs. Lawson.
I must ask you to sit down, please.
- 304. Roll her over on her side.
- 305. You're going to be okay, darling.
- 306. You're doing real good.
- 307. We love you. We love you.
- 308. So what do you think that is?
- 309. Loss.
- 310. You don't own anything. So how can
you lose something that you don't own?
- 311. Love is a stream.
- 312. It's continuous.
It doesn't stop.
- 313. No, it does stop.
- 314. Oh no, it does not stop.
- 315. Your love is too strong for your family.
- 316. I want you to describe your sexual life.
- 317. - I don't have a sexual life.
- You do.
- 318. I don't need a sexual life.
- 319. What other interests do you have
besides your husband?
- 320. He doesn't love you.
- 321. That's not true.
- 322. And your daughter who
chose him over you.
- 323. If you don't let go, and if you
don't get some balance in your life,
- 324. something creative, some sex,
I don't care with whom,
- 325. then you're going to have to go back to
the bughouse where you don't belong.
- 326. Go to Europe.
They don't know you there.
- 327. You have money, see something.
- 328. Be alone.
- 329. Meet someone, you're attractive.
- 330. Oh, thank god.
Will you help me, please?
- 331. I am American,
and I must have your help.
- 332. I have all of this luggage.
- 333. I'll give you $25 if you help me, please.
- 334. Listen to me. Listen.
- 335. You can understand me if you want to.
- 336. I have to get this baggage,
I have no one to help me.
- 337. Maybe you should get a carriage.
But I must get to track 9.
- 338. And I'm already late.
- 339. You'll take it for me, right?
- 340. You're not going to go away, are you?
- 341. You're coming back, right?
- 342. I'm going to wait for you right here.
- 343. I'll be right here, okay.
- 344. That's good. You're just fine,
just go on ahead.
- 345. That's it. Over a little bit to
the right. That's it.
- 346. Wait. Wait.
- 347. I've got it.
- 348. Are you taking a bus or
do you want a taxi?
- 349. No, I want a plane.
- 350. I'm going to go home.
I've got to get out of here.
- 351. Well you can't take a plane from here, love.
This is a train station, they roll 'em out of here.
- 352. I've got to get home.
Listen, would you do me a favor?
- 353. Would you make a call for me, please.
Would you telephone my husband.
- 354. I want to call him in
- 355. I hate Europe.
- 356. Can I have the overseas operator, please.
- 357. - France was worse.
- I don't like that place much myself.
- 358. Yes, I'd like to place a personal call.
- 359. Couldn't talk to anybody there.
- 360. Who am I calling?
- 361. Mr. Jack Lawson.
- 362. In the United States.
- 363. What's his number, love?
- 364. Reverse the charges.
- 365. What's your name, love?
- 366. Sarah.
- 367. Here you go, love. They're ringing
right through. Come on.
- 368. I'm almost not crazy now.
- 369. I just don't care.
- 370. You alright, love?
- 371. I'm fine, I'm fine.
- 372. Hi, Robert.
How are you?
- 373. How have you been?
- 374. What are you doing here?
- 375. Well, I happened to be
in the neighborhood...
- 376. Actually I hadn't heard from you
and I wondered how you were.
- 377. Actually, my mother was worried about you.
I think she misses you.
- 378. Everybody's always worried about me.
- 379. Actually I'm fine, you can see that.
And I can't let you in.
- 380. It's okay, I don't want to come in.
Guess you have company.
- 381. You're right there.
- 382. I've got to go to work.
- 383. I wanted to ask you something.
- 384. Do you think we should see
each other again or what?
- 385. I'd like for us to be friends,
if you want a friend.
- 386. Take care of yourself, Robert.
- 387. Keep in touch, okay?
- 388. Oh, geez, turn the light off.
- 389. I'm going to kill someone.
- 390. What's the matter?
- 391. I'm looking for my white shoes.
- 392. White shoes. Did you see
Phyllis' big white shoes?
- 393. Underneath the kitchen table.
- 394. Get that, please.
- 395. So what?
- 396. Who was it?
- 397. There's a car coming
around to the front.
- 398. There is some lady and a little boy here.
And he's carrying a whole bunch of flowers.
- 399. They're coming up to the front door, Robert.
- 400. This is your son.
- 401. You owe him for four weeks.
- 402. You want this in one check,
or you want it in four checks?
- 403. One check.
- 404. Here is some flowers.
- 405. Thank you. But let me just get this...
- 406. Robert, I gotta ask you a favor.
Would you do it?
- 407. If it's for money, yes.
- 408. You asked me not to call,
so I wrote you 3 letters.
- 409. I just don't answer my mail.
- 410. My husband and I, we have a big chance to
raise some money in someone's big house.
- 411. We'll stay overnight.
And they don't want kids.
- 412. - You want me to take the boy.
- Yeah, overnight.
- 413. - Until when?
- We'll be home tomorrow at 2pm.
- 414. Alright.
- 415. You haven't even seen your
son since he was born.
- 416. I said yes, didn't I?
- 417. I'll be home Sunday night.
- 418. I even have Albie's suitcase in the car.
- 419. Fine, let's get the suitcase and let's
get on with it. Come on, let's go.
- 420. Wave goodbye to your mother.
- 421. Flowers.
- 422. Really nice, wanna hold 'em?
- 423. Close the door.
- 424. I'm gonna introduce you to some people.
- 425. This is my son Albie.
- 426. I'd like to introduce you to Charlene,
- 427. who is my secretary,
my friend, my accountant
- 428. and her daughter Renee
who is also my friend.
- 429. - How old are you?
- 430. Well, let's go.
- 431. Yeah, what do you want?
- 432. This is my son Albie.
He's going to spend the night with us.
- 433. Hi, Albie.
- 434. What's wrong?
- 435. Robert, go get him.
- 436. He's your son for god's sake!
- 437. - Alright, come on. Let's go.
- Mr. Harmon?
- 438. Don't call me Mr. Harmon.
- 439. That's insulting.
I know it and you know it.
- 440. - I hate you.
- Yeah I know, that's cuz I'm your father.
- 441. The boy still asleep?
- 442. Yeah, he's upstairs in bed.
- 443. Here's your check.
- 444. Thank you, darling.
- 445. Mary, Annette.
- 446. Thank you, I love you.
- 447. Joanie.
- 448. Joanie, I'm sorry Phyllis.
- 449. Charlene, have your numbers?
- 450. Take good care of these chickens, okay.
- 451. You take care, bye baby.
- 452. You're the man now, you take
care of these little children.
- 453. Goodbye kids, good luck in your new careers.
- 454. Bye bye, sweetheart.
- 455. We'll be alright, Robert.
- 456. You better get back to the kid.
- 457. You shouldn't leave him alone.
- 458. Are you awake?
- 459. Go to your right, then go right again.
- 460. Can I use your toothbrush?
- 461. Use your finger.
- 462. I want to have breakfast, but
- 463. I have to clean up first.
- 464. If I have breakfast without cleaning up I vomit.
- 465. You get through with this, you can help me...
- 466. get these empty cigarette packs off here...
- 467. and this stuff here, then we can eat.
- 468. All done.
- 469. Want a drink? Would you like
a Coca-Cola, or a beer?
- 470. A beer.
- 471. Would you like a little toast?
- 472. Did you run away because I was born?
- 473. No, I didn't even know you were coming.
- 474. I don't like men a lot, you know.
- 475. I'm a writer. I don't make money on men.
- 476. No one's really interested.
They're kinda boring.
- 477. When you're 14 I think you oughta...
- 478. hitchhike across the country,
- 479. go into a truckstop, stop there.
- 480. Have a cup of coffee,
- 481. and see what men are really like, you know.
- 482. Men. Not these people out here
with the suits and ties...
- 483. that kind of stuff, you know.
- 484. I had a picture of you.
- 485. My father tore it up.
- 486. My mother cried,
- 487. they had a big fight, and he hit her.
- 488. And they changed my name to
Albie Swanson, like his.
- 489. And mother cries all the
time thinking about you.
- 490. Please come back to her.
- 491. She sleeps with another
man every night, you know.
- 492. You know what that means?
- 493. She has had a baby by another man.
- 494. So, that part of...
- 495. that part of...
- 496. is over.
- 497. I don't like women anyway, you know.
I really don't. I like kids.
- 498. And I like older people.
- 499. Cuz they seem to have the secret...
- 500. They don't need anything.
- 501. You don't need anything.
- 502. They just want...
- 503. And so are old people, they're innocent.
That's what I like about them.
- 504. Drink your drink here.
Come on, drink it down.
- 505. Hey, dad!
- 506. What's wrong?
- 507. Someone's here. There's a cab
outside. There's two cabs.
- 508. You go out there and you tell them
- 509. to go away.
- 510. I have a lady in the cab.
- 511. Paris.
- 512. Dad?
- 513. This is my son Albie,
from the second marriage.
- 514. Albie, Sarah.
- 515. Oh, my god.
I haven't seen you...
- 516. I haven't seen him since he
was in the hospital being born.
- 517. I would've brought you a present, only I
didn't know I was going to be here...
- 518. I didn't know you were going to...
I didn't know I was going to...
- 519. Hi.
- 520. - A load of trunks.
- Yeah, I see that.
- 521. Well take them all into the house, alright.
- 522. Alright Jim, let's get these bags.
- 523. Let's take it in.
- 524. I just can't believe it.
- 525. I can't believe I got here, I can't
believe I'm actually here.
- 526. I can't believe I'm seeing you.
- 527. You're nuts. You're really nuttier
than fruitcake. I love you.
- 528. Where do these bags go?
- 529. Bags go- you can put 'em on
the first floor or the upstai...
- 530. put 'em on the upstairs landing, alright?
- 531. Just, on the upstairs landing.
That'll be good.
- 532. How about a drink?
- 533. No, I really shouldn't.
Perhaps, well, one maybe.
- 534. One only, cuz I was flying
first class and...
- 535. - Well, this is not going to hurt ya.
- Make it a weak one, please.
- 536. Get a little ice. Need
a little ice for ya.
- 537. Put it in this glass.
Sorry, excuse me.
- 538. Do you like your father?
- 539. Well he happens to be a wonderful
person, everybody likes him.
- 540. - Will you have vodka, scotch?
- Yeah, just a small one really.
- 541. Albie's mother brought him over here,
- 542. cuz I haven't seen him
since he was born either.
- 543. We were just reminiscing,
going over old times.
- 544. Gettin' drunk.
- 545. And I'm gonna take him to Las Vegas.
- 546. Las Vegas?
- 547. You want to go?
- 548. Do you want her to go?
- 549. No.
- 550. - Okay, go get your bag.
- But dad.
- 551. Get your bad, let's go.
- 552. You want to see the rest of the house?
- 553. Come on, I'll show you the house.
- 554. This is the kitchen.
- 555. The kitchen.
- 556. - Can you drive?
- Sure I can drive.
- 557. Here are the keys to my car,
and you go down to...
- 558. you go down to...
- 559. out of the driveway, turn right,
- 560. go down right again,
then you hit Ventura.
- 561. And there's a big shopping center
down there and you can't miss it.
- 562. I read all your books.
- 563. Yeah, they're in the bookcase.
- 564. - They're all about women.
- I know.
- 565. What took you so long?
- 566. If anyone calls, just say I died.
- 567. Yeah? How long are you going to be dead?
- 568. I don't know. Couple of days, just say.
- 569. Who was that?
- 570. - Sarah, you mean?
- Yeah, Sarah.
- 571. Do you love her?
- 572. Not the way you mean.
- 573. Do you kiss her?
- 574. Not the way you mean, I said.
- 575. Imperial Palace.
- 576. Ah, Dean! How are ya?
- 577. Here for a little R&R, or ya gonna
make an assault on us this trip?
- 578. - Ah, I got my bodyguard with me.
- Your a computer expert, I know it.
- 579. Albie, This is Dean Shindel.
- 580. Your suite's blocked and your
tux is pressed and on the way up.
- 581. Where would you like your bag, Mr. Harmon?
- 582. On the bed.
- 583. That's fine.
- 584. - Here ya are, my friend.
- Thank you, sir. There's your key.
- 585. - Your tuxedo.
- Oh good. Thank you.
- 586. Put it right there on the chair.
You have the shoes?
- 587. The shirt, the tie, everything in there?
- 588. - Anything else?
- No, no. Here.
- 589. How do you feel?
- 590. Okay.
- 591. Still a little drunk?
- 592. Stomach a little upset?
- 593. You oughta go to sleep.
- 594. Listen.
- 595. I'm a man.
- 596. And a man, is different
than a little kid.
- 597. I find it very hard
to go to sleep alone.
- 598. You know what I mean, don't you?
- 599. - Do you?
- 600. Maid!
- 601. Can I turn down your bed?
- 602. Did you just get in?
- 603. Earlier.
- 604. You're all by yourself, huh?
- 605. You hungry?
- 606. A big boy like you is not hungry?
- 607. When did you eat last?
Where's your mom?
- 608. In Los Angeles.
- 609. Not right now.
- 610. Oh, I gotta give you checks.
- 611. Carla Friedricks.
- 612. Spell it.
- 613. Gotta see my son, you know.
- 614. Love is everything.
- 615. Love is everything.
Just remember that.
- 616. - Go.
- I love you girls.
- 617. Remember the Alamo.
Remember Smokey Joe.
- 618. Take me home, please. I want to go home.
I want to see my mother, my mom.
- 619. I want to go. I want to see my mother.
I want my mom.
- 620. Didn't I tell you? Didn't I tell
you I was gonna go out all night?
- 621. Didn't I?
- 622. I told you I was going out all night,
I was gonna be with somebody, didn't I?
- 623. And you said okay, right?
- 624. You said you're gonna be a man
and I'm gonna be a man, right?
- 625. No, don't do that!
- 626. - Didn't I say to you...
- I want to go.
- 627. Didn't I say to you, didn't I
say to you that I was going...
- 628. Wait a minute now. Didn't I say
I was going out with somebody?
- 629. Didn't I say I was gonna go find somebody?
- 630. I want to go.
I want to see my mother.
- 631. I want to go home.
I want to go.
- 632. - Get out. Where is your house?
- Right over there.
- 633. Albie, I just want to say I'm
sorry the vacation didn't work out.
- 634. Mom!
- 635. Albie, what happened to yourself?
Come on, what happened?
- 636. What happened, son. Did he do
this to you? What happened?
- 637. What did he do to you?
- 638. I'm Robert Harmon.
- 639. Eddie, stop!
Stop it, Eddie!
- 640. It's not your son, Eddie!
- 641. your ass long enough ...
- 642. Dad, I love you dad.
- 643. I love you, dad.
- 644. Come on.
- 645. I love him.
He's my father, I love him.
- 646. Dad, I love you.
- 647. I love you, dad.
- 648. - He's your son, Robert.
- Too late.
- 649. Robert, he's your son!
- 650. Here we are, pal. 28 dollars.
- 651. G'night.
- 652. Susan called.
- 653. She called me?
- 654. That's your girlfriend, isn't it?
- 655. Uh, Robert Harmon here.
- 656. Yeah. You are Margarita.
You're the mother.
- 657. Well listen, I'm the guy that
got sick all over your house.
- 658. I thought I'd come over and have
a drink with you and thank you.
- 659. Don't argue with me.
- 660. I won't take no for an answer.
Be there in 20 minutes.
- 661. Fought with Albie, huh?
- 662. Yeah, well, life is a series
of suicides, divorces,
- 663. promises broken, children smashed,
- 664. You oughta go to sleep.
- 665. I'm not sleepy.
It's only about 9 o'clock.
- 666. You look awful. Gotta get some rest, gotta
go out and get some sun, this is California.
- 667. Ya know, with kids I don't think
you can do the right thing.
- 668. I mean, you always think you know
just what's suppose to be, and...
- 669. You know what my shrink told me?
You know what this quack...
- 670. Watch your feet here.
- 671. You know the guy in Chicago.
- 672. He told me, his big advice
was to go to Europe,
- 673. to find some handsome guy,
to have a love affair,
- 674. if that didn't work, I was
suppose to be creative, paint.
- 675. Can we walk and talk?
- 676. Hey, I don't want to go to bed.
- 677. No more emotion now, let's go.
- 678. I'm not being emotional.
I just, I'm tired.
- 679. Oh, I wanna go- you're right.
I'm going to bed.
- 680. Very tired.
- 681. Get out of here.
- 682. I have to go. I have to see
this old lady about a house.
- 683. And I have to have a drink with her,
and I have to change my clothes,
- 684. and I have to take a shower, and I
have to be really neat, okay?
- 685. I'll have breakfast with you in the morning.
- 686. I'm gonna turn off the light.
- 687. What's all this, what are you doing?
- 688. I need some crystal glasses,
- 689. and some ice, and...
- 690. - I've got everything.
- You do?
- 691. Come on in.
- 692. Sarah.
Sarah, I need you.
- 693. I know this doesn't
make any sense, but
- 694. this house is very,
very empty without you.
- 695. I love you, you dumbo-head.
- 696. We're divorced, Sarah.
That part of our life is over.
- 697. I'm just saying that it's...
- 698. it's hard to...
tough to bring up a kid.
- 699. I know it doesn't make any sense,
but that's what you should be doing.
- 700. Goodbye, Sarah.
- 701. I want you to be patient with me because
I don't know exactly where I'm going yet.
- 702. How are you?
- 703. To tell you the truth, I'm...
- 704. Tell you the truth I'm very
concerned about my daughter.
- 705. Well, we're all concerned.
- 706. Oh god, you too?
- 707. Oh, I'm sorry, well...
- 708. You know all about
it too then, huh?
- 709. About it?
- 710. About the balance, and...
- 711. Tell you the truth,
this is my first time, and I...
- 712. I'm looking for the sex.
- 713. Well, you'll need bowling shoes.
- 714. Oh thanks, I don't use 'em.
- 715. Well, you're on lane 13, mam.
- 716. Hey, honey.
- 717. - You're gonna slip all over the place.
- Don't worry about it.
- 718. You want me to keep score?
- 719. You can if you want to, but it
isn't necessary. I don't keep score.
- 720. You don't keep score?
- 721. If I bowl a strike, I remember it.
- 722. Alright, give me one.
Give me one, come on.
- 723. Right down the middle.
- 724. Watch this.
- 725. You're better than Al!
You're better than Al! He's a bum.
- 726. My first husband- I mean, my only husband-
anyway, he loved to bowl.
- 727. Okay, lets see two in a row.
Five dollars, Al.
- 728. Two in a row, okay?
- 729. Okay. Brace yourselves.
- 730. She's doing better than you, Dottie,
I'll tell you that right now.
- 731. Don't wait, honey.
- 732. Don't wait. Just roll the ball,
ya gotta have a follow-through.
- 733. Just relax, just relax. What, Ken?
- 734. Let me tell you something, look.
- 735. Let me tell ya. If you stand up...
Now wait a second.
- 736. If you stand up, I got the ball right here.
You got no pressure, right.
- 737. No, wait a second now.
- 738. Now go ahead.
- 739. Just relax, okay. Take a deep breath.
- 740. Put the chalk, put the chalk on there.
Now watch this. Watch.
- 741. Pull it out.
- 742. It's alright.
- 743. - There you go.
- It was easy.
- 744. Isn't that crazy.
- 745. It doesn't hurt or anything.
- 746. Thank you.
- 747. - That certainly never happened.
- I'm gonna put it back.
- 748. No, I'm not afraid.
I've got another one coming.
- 749. Do you walk?
- 750. You're a good dancer, you walk?
- 751. I walk, I run, I do everything.
- 752. Okay you walk with me, ready?
- 753. You dance by yourself,
let me see your stuff.
- 754. I haven't done this for a long time.
- 755. Let's sit down like
ladies and gentlemen here.
- 756. Let's sit down here like
ladies and gentlemen. Hold on.
- 757. Let me seat you.
- 758. I'm sorry.
- 759. Don't get embarrassed ...
- 760. asses.
- 761. A beautiful light,
and a beautiful red dress.
- 762. Honey, you're late
- 763. Hello Frank, how are you?
Oh we were having such a party.
- 764. I'm sorry you came in so late.
Come on over and meet Robert.
- 765. We were having such a good time.
- 766. You asleep?
- 767. Are you okay?
- 768. Ya wanna glass of milk?
- 769. Tomorrow morning.
- 770. Give me a kiss.
- 771. Go back to sleep.
- 772. Honey, don't worry.
Billy is alright.
- 773. We were having such a good time.
- 774. I was showing Robert
how I used to dance,
- 775. but I couldn't make up
a good enough costume.
- 776. Mom, go to bed now, okay?
- 777. You go home, okay?
- 778. Party's over alright.
- 779. I gotta get up early tomorrow, that's why.
- 780. Goodnight, darling.
- 781. She's a wonderful woman.
- 782. She doesn't get a chance to go out
and show off a lot, you know.
- 783. I know.
- 784. Goodnight, teeth. I love you.
- 785. I had a wonderful time.
A wonderful time.
- 786. Thank you.
- 787. You are the cutest guy I ever met.
- 788. You want some coffee?
- 789. Nah, no thanks, babe.
- 790. I had the most wonderful time tonight.
- 791. Yeah, you look happy.
- 792. What is creativity, Robert?
- 793. What is creativity?
- 794. No, I don't mean, you know, I know
you're a writer and you're creative.
- 795. People paint.
- 796. But I don't paint.
- 797. Would you consider cooking...
- 798. Cooking?
- 799. Yeah. I'm trying to find something.
- 800. You know, just something I could do.
- 801. I don't mean I'm the only person in the world
that can do it, you know, but just...
- 802. something that I could- something special.
- 803. You know like cooking, or...
- 804. Writing? You could do some poetry.
- 805. No. Poetry, I love it,
but it's just so depressing.
- 806. I always get so low.
No, I don't think that's healthy.
- 807. I don't even know what I'm talking about.
- 808. Would love be considered an art?
- 809. Well, some people think so.
- 810. You're a writer, you're always
writing those books about sex.
- 811. Maybe you could write one about love,
I could help you with that.
- 812. We'll see how that works out.
- 813. I love you.
- 814. I love you.
- 815. I'm going to do this damned thing,
I really am.
- 816. I'm going to find balance.
- 817. And I think you should do it too.
- 818. I'm going to do something for you.
- 819. I'm going to buy you a baby.
- 820. Really.
- 821. You really need some...
- 822. living thing that you can love, Robert.
- 823. It could be just a little animal that you
could take care of and kiss and sleep with.
- 824. Please don't.
- 825. And you'd be balanced,
I'd be balanced.
- 826. Then I can go back to being
obsessive about my family.
- 827. You know what dad always said?
- 828. No, what did dad always say?
- 829. For every problem, there is an answer.
- 830. I'm not gonna have coffee,
I'm gonna take a bath.
- 831. I'm gonna go right to bed.
- 832. I'm gonna get up at dawn.
- 833. Goodnight, honey.
- 834. Mother?
- 835. Are you alright?
- 836. How can you ask me if I'm alright?
- 837. Did you find your sex, mom?
Is that what you were looking for?
- 838. Ask your father to come to the phone.
- 839. It's making me ill what
you're doing to dad.
- 840. You wanted the divorce.
- 841. Please call your father to the phone.
- 842. - He's asleep.
- Wake him up.
- 843. You think I'm afraid to call him.
Mother please leave him alone.
- 844. Listen to me. You do what I tell you,
and you do it right now.
- 845. Call your father to this phone.
- 846. Alright, alright. Fine, I will.
Just hold on.
- 847. You have no mercy.
- 848. Alright, that's fine with me.
- 849. But you leave our kid out of this.
- 850. This is our biggest and
it is our only problem.
- 851. Hey, I'm 13. I'm not a child, honey.
I know more than you do.
- 852. Jack, would you answer one question for me?
- 853. Do you believe that love
is a continuous stream?
- 854. Sarah, we have a little daughter
going through puberty right now.
- 855. And she's more important
than you are right now.
- 856. I'm not taking care of you anymore, Sarah.
- 857. Please have the grace not to explain to my
sister what a divorce is. And stop lecturing her!
- 858. Well then don't call her, and leave her alone!
You're the bitch!
- 859. - You alright?
- I'm washing my face.
- 860. Love is dead.
- 861. Love is a fantasy little girls have.
- 862. I'm tired.
I just want to be by myself.
- 863. How old is she? 13?
I mean, is she 13 years old?
- 864. She's hit puberty for god's sakes.
That's whats happened to her!
- 865. You know absolutely nothing about children.
- 866. I don't intend to discuss my daughter with you.
- 867. You have a husband, right?
What's he in?
- 868. Is he in architecture? Architect, right?
He's just like me.
- 869. He's a guy. He's a man.
He loves women.
- 870. - He goes out with women. He has a good time.
- You're talking about a guy...
- 871. I've been with for 15 years, who's put food
on the table and clothes on her back.
- 872. We've had experiences of the heart
you couldn't even imagine.
- 873. You're talking about a guy who
held my hand in the hospital,
- 874. who cried when his baby was born.
Where were you?
- 875. Sarah, what are all these flowers doing here?
- 876. This looks like somebody died
and went to a wake.
- 877. Those flowers are from the garden, dummy.
- 878. I told you I was going to get you a baby.
- 879. And I'm over here at animal shelter-
Kiners something- getting you one.
- 880. I'm gonna change your life around a little bit.
- 881. You don't like me now, but
- 882. when I get home with what I'm gonna get
home with, you're gonna be crazy about me.
- 883. Was that your husband?
- 884. Your fiance?
- 885. Well I must say I'm very curious
as to know who it was.
- 886. That was my closest and my dearest friend.
- 887. And he doesn't want me to buy a baby.
- 888. - What does he want you to do?
- Oh, I don't know.
- 889. Actually, we're both pretty screwed up.
- 890. But I really think he's
in more trouble than I am.
- 891. Is he a tall man or a short man?
- 892. Listen, I better get going.
How much do I owe you for that telephone call?
- 893. I have some bunny rabbits.
- 894. I have a crow. A parrot.
I have a parakeet.
- 895. A parakeet is a wonderful pet for a man.
- 896. No thank you.
- 897. Now, you ask, I do have the one billy goat,
which you can see he's a very handsome fellow.
- 898. Then I've got the nanny goat,
- 899. You like goat cheese, perfect opportunity.
- 900. Then I've got these two ducks.
- 901. - Sweet. And I've got the mallard over there.
- He's a handsome rooster.
- 902. The rooster- wake you up every morning,
keep you company.
- 903. I was thinking maybe,
- 904. do you have any kittens, or dogs?
- 905. I do have one dog.
- 906. That's Lenny and that's Jim.
They are inseparable.
- 907. They don't get much work done,
but they are the best of friends.
- 908. And they seem to understand each other.
- 909. No, that's a nasty dog.
I don't like that dog at all.
- 910. Well, to look at him there isn't
too much in his favor.
- 911. No, there really isn't.
- 912. But he is a great dog for a man.
- 913. No, thank you.
No on that dog.
- 914. He is so much like a man.
- 915. And you admire, and you praise,
and the dog opens up,
- 916. And he's a warm, wonderful
and fine human being.
- 917. You are so strong!
- 918. Go ahead and try.
- 919. No, he doesn't know me.
Maybe I shouldn't.
- 920. Jim knows Mrs. Lawson loves him,
don't you Jim?
- 921. Come on, just give it a shot.
- 922. Don't be afraid.
- 923. Hello, Jim.
- 924. I'm Mrs. Lawson.
- 925. Try again.
Just try slowly.
- 926. Don't be afraid.
- 927. You don't want to scare me.
- 928. You're so much bigger,
and you're so strong.
- 929. And you're very handsome.
- 930. You're very handsome.
You look just like somebody that I know.
- 931. Yes you do.
Oh, look at that. Look at that.
- 932. Oh, is that a good dog. Look at that.
Oh, good boy...
- 933. He's terrific.
He's a wonderful dog.
- 934. A wonderful dog, yes you are.
Yes you are.
- 935. You look just like somebody I know,
yeah you do.
- 936. He is terrific.
- 937. That's, I'm gonna take him.
That's won- I want to take him.
- 938. And we've got the parakeet.
You know what I need now,
- 939. a little something soft,
little and soft.
- 940. Little and soft?
- 941. Goodbye, Jim. Goodbye, Jim.
- 942. Oh, this is terrific. This is just great.
- 943. That's it now. Here we are home.
- 944. Wait a minute,
can you take this one?
- 945. There you are, and this one.
- 946. And then the- I'll get the-
Have you got the leash?
- 947. I got it, I got it. Come on Rex.
- 948. That's a wild one you got there.
- 949. You come on a little easier.
- 950. Here we are.
Come on, we come home now.
- 951. Okay, now I want to show him the horses.
- 952. The chickens in the...
- 953. Alright, can you hold the goat?
- 954. No, I'll hold the goat,
and then you've got those still.
- 955. What do you think, huh? Is this nice?
Is this a nice place to live?
- 956. Oh, you're such good boys, yeah.
- 957. Alright, where's the duck now?
- 958. The duck I don't know.
- 959. Wait a minute.
- 960. You take that, I'll take- here,
I got the chickens.
- 961. Can you still get the duck or shall I take...
- 962. I'll have to come back for the duck.
- 963. What do you think?
You like it.
- 964. Are you good boys.
- 965. Come on, let's go see Robert.
- 966. I know this sounds crazy,
but I just got carried away.
- 967. I couldn't resist these...
- 968. These are miniature horses.
Aren't they small? Aren't they?
- 969. I was gonna only take one,
but then I figured they'd get lonely
- 970. and if you have one,
you might as well have two.
- 971. Anyway, the goat gives milk,
so that's not a waste.
- 972. And the chickens and the duck
will have eggs eventually.
- 973. And we can eat those and we'll
all live here at the park.
- 974. Well, we'll talk about it in a minute.
- 975. I'm gonna take these in and give
them a little food and some water.
- 976. It was really hot coming over.
- 977. It's going to be alright, Robert.
- 978. I'll talk in just a minute, okay.
- 979. - Have you got him?
- Yeah, I need a little hand with this one.
- 980. We're gonna stick you in the nice park.
- 981. Oh, you're gonna like this, you're gonna
like this, right in the shade.
- 982. We're gonna give you nice, fresh water.
- 983. Have you got the chickens?
- 984. Where's the duck?
- 985. Come on, boys. Come on.
- 986. There you go.
- 987. Come on, chick-chick.
Come on, chickies.
- 988. Come on, out you go.
- 989. Can you get 'em?
- 990. Come on, you little rascal.
- 991. I don't know.
- 992. I don't know if this
is such a hot idea?
- 993. He didn't seem too
enthusiastic about my park.
- 994. I'm sure he thinks I'm crazy as a bed-bug.
- 995. What do you think?
- 996. I'm gonna get these little guys some water,
cool 'em off a little bit.
- 997. It's a plenty hot day.
- 998. Come on, oh I'm gonna show you
something nice, come on.
- 999. I'm gonna show you something
you haven't seen.
- 1000. Gonna take you up to the high country.
- 1001. You are such strong guys.
- 1002. So delicate.
- 1003. Gee, I hope I'm doing the right
thing for you fellas too.
- 1004. Okay, just run, run. Run free.
- 1005. Come on, Jim. This is it.
- 1006. This is Lenny and this is Jim.
- 1007. I need a drink.
- 1008. Excuse me.
- 1009. I'll take him.
- 1010. Don't give me any trouble now,
don't give me any trouble now.
- 1011. Dr. Williams?
- 1012. Hi, I'm Robert Harmon.
- 1013. So tell me, who is the patient?
- 1014. Sarah had these two little
- 1015. and a goat,
- 1016. and she didn't know that I was
going to respond so poorly
- 1017. when she brought Lenny and Jim over,
- 1018. so they couldn't find the duck and
the little chicks disappeared, so...
- 1019. Excuse me, but where is she?
- 1020. She's in here.
- 1021. Don't be alarmed.
I'm Dr. Williams.
- 1022. What seems to be the trouble?
- 1023. I don't know who I am.
- 1024. - Do you know where you are?
- Wait a minute, wait a minute.
- 1025. Who am I, who am I?
- 1026. Just a minute, just a minute.
Who am I? Who am I?
- 1027. Am I your brother?
Am I your mother?
- 1028. Am I Jim? Who am I?
- 1029. Could you please step outside for a moment?
- 1030. Here, take your bag.
We don't need you, alright.
- 1031. I'll pay you your bill.
I'm sorry, goodbye, thank you.
- 1032. Now just go.
Here is your bag, here it is.
- 1033. Can I talk to you for a minute, please?
- 1034. Come here.
- 1035. Mr. Harmon, I think Sarah is in trouble.
- 1036. Her eyes are not responding the way I'd
like them to, and her neck is stiff.
- 1037. Now, you can do what you want, but I'd like
you to get her to see somebody if it's not me.
- 1038. She's fine... thank you.
- 1039. You're very welcome.
I'll let myself out.
- 1040. Sarah, you're one of the greatest
people that I've ever met in my life.
- 1041. I fed the horses.
I fed the goat.
- 1042. You gotta get well. You're not sick.
- 1043. I got chicken soup on and I put okra in it,
and I know you hate okra.
- 1044. You're the best. You gotta fight it.
- 1045. You're the best.
- 1046. Nice hot cup of tea.
- 1047. Come on, try this now.
- 1048. Nice hot cup of tea, smell it.
- 1049. You're crazy as a bed-bug.
- 1050. You're not gonna make me laugh,
I don't have a sense of humor.
- 1051. We'll see.
- 1052. This is the most ridiculous,
crazy idea I've ever heard.
- 1053. - You're pitiful.
- That's enough.
- 1054. That is enough.
I want you to stand right there.
- 1055. I want you to look right into my eyes.
- 1056. You hear nothing but the sound of my voice.
- 1057. Does my fox face mean anything to you?
- 1058. Not funny.
- 1059. Nevermind.
- 1060. In 30 seconds, you are going
to be laughing helplessly.
- 1061. You don't believe, huh, you wanna bet?
- 1062. What do you bet?
- 1063. A dollar.
- 1064. Oh, cheapskate. What do you bet?
- 1065. I'm the highroller,
I'm gonna bet, I'm gonna bet...
- 1066. Love. I'm gonna bet the ultimate, okay.
- 1067. First of all,
- 1068. I'm going to give you a
drink of scotch and soda,
- 1069. Want you to have a coca-cola.
Want you all to be in a very good mood.
- 1070. But I don't care, I don't care.
I'm willing to take the chance.
- 1071. Jack, what do you want?
Do you want mustard or ketchup?
- 1072. Some people think that's my best joke, because
most people laugh just at the word ketchup.
- 1073. Debbie, you open the peanut brittle, please.
- 1074. While I show daddy this flower.
- 1075. And here, I'm gonna put this up here.
- 1076. Well you don't have a lapel,
but it smells nice anyway.
- 1077. Anyway, I'm sorry, that was a dirty trick,
- 1078. I'm gonna do something nice for ya.
- 1079. You want some popcorn, sweetheart?
You want some popcorn?
- 1080. I've got the popcorn.
- 1081. I mean, it's real popcorn on a string.
- 1082. How about the anniversary present?
- 1083. Would I forget our anniversary, sweetheart?
- 1084. It's a fancy pen.
- 1085. Debbie, you think I forgot you?
- 1086. Don't think I forgot you, Debbie,
cuz I never forget you.
- 1087. And I know that the-
or at least last week,
- 1088. it was your graduation,
- 1089. and I know you like pearl earrings, don't you?
Come on, you like it?
- 1090. I want to take a good look at both of you,
and I want to see what I see here.
- 1091. I see twins, that's what I see. Twins.
- 1092. You guys are a couple of- you really are.
A two of a pair.
- 1093. This is for us.
- 1094. Jack, this is for our old age.
- 1095. Come over here and stand by daddy.
- 1096. Over here, stand by dad.
I want to take your picture.
- 1097. Mom, you're not funny.
- 1098. Smile. Smile.
Hey Jack, look this way. Here you go.
- 1099. That's it. Here we go.
- 1100. Time is running up...
- 1101. Are you ready? Here it goes.
Are you ready to laugh?
- 1102. Just go inside.
- 1103. We gotta get to Sarah's bedroom.
- 1104. Come on, duckies.
- 1105. I got the horses in,
- 1106. and I couldn't get the goat.
I mean, the goat is just impossible.
- 1107. You know, there are secrets women have.
A young girl...
- 1108. And she comes up to you,
she's infatuated with you,
- 1109. she always wants to tell you her secrets,
she volunteers them.
- 1110. And she says: "I've done some nude modeling",
- 1111. you know, so the delicate balance
of that relationship won't break.
- 1112. If you're in love with someone
- 1113. and the woman keeps the secret,
- 1114. doesn't give it to you,
doesn't offer it to you,
- 1115. then that part of her is always dead to you.
- 1116. I'm gonna get that goat.
- 1117. Oh good, you look wonderful.
You really do.
- 1118. Wanna come out with me?
See the goat?
- 1119. You promised me
- 1120. that I would be the only one.
- 1121. How I missed you.
- 1122. Mama.
- 1123. In love,
- 1124. I'm not sure of...
- 1125. of me.
- 1126. And that, I'm not sure of...
- 1127. of you.
- 1128. I'm not sure of love.
- 1129. I'm not sure of me,
- 1130. of you.
- 1131. Mama.
- 1132. Let me know.
- 1133. No, Debbie, don't go.
- 1134. Come back, baby.
I love you.
- 1135. She's a killer.
- 1136. You know she'll kill you.
- 1137. I love that face.
- 1138. And I will be the only one...
- 1139. to love that face.
- 1140. The only one.
- 1141. You promised me.
- 1142. So I love that face.
- 1143. I love you...
- 1144. both.
- 1145. I had the most wonderful dream.
- 1146. Where's Robert?
- 1147. Robert?
- 1148. Are you out there?
- 1149. I'll be right in! Don't come out here!
- 1150. I've come to the most fantastic
new understanding with Jack.
- 1151. I've made it up with him,
and with Debbie too.
- 1152. Talked to him on the telephone,
or you dreamt this?
- 1153. Look, I'm not kidding around.
- 1154. I do not want you to go to some guy
that doesn't love you.
- 1155. I love you. And I want you to stay here.
And I want you to stay here forever.
- 1156. I'm taking care of the animals,
I'm taking care of everything.
- 1157. - I'm gonna get a plane tonight.
- 1158. I have to.
- 1159. I have to.
- 1160. Who the hell is that?
- 1161. Who the fuck are you?
- 1162. - Who are you?
- I'm Ken.
- 1163. Hello, doggy.
- 1164. How are ya? You're Robert?
- 1165. - Want a drink?
- No, thank you.
- 1166. Ken, hi, how are you?
- 1167. Thank you for coming.
- 1168. Could you help me upstairs.
I have a whole bunch of stuff up there.
- 1169. I really appreciate you coming.
- 1170. I know it's a terrible night,
- 1171. I just have so much stuff,
I don't know what to do with it.
- 1172. That's right. Get him.
Go upstairs. Come on with me.
- 1173. Kill the big man.
- 1174. Speak. Speak.
- 1175. Get him. Get him.
Come on, Jim.
- 1176. Get the big man. Come on.
- 1177. Chicken shit.
- 1178. Wanna listen to music?
- 1179. Wanna listen to music?
- 1180. I don't want you to go.
- 1181. I love you.
- 1182. You're the only one I love.
- 1183. Don't you "shush" me. Who the hell
you think you are to "shush" me?
- 1184. I don't want you to go.
You're gonna go out in all this rain?
- 1185. I'm gonna stay the night with Ken, okay.
- 1186. The trunk won't fit.
- 1187. Leave it, just leave it.