- 1. Isn't it funny how people on TV lead
the most amazingly perfect lives?
- 2. Lucky them, huh?
- 3. Anyway, that's me
with my twin brother, Eddie.
- 4. Can you tell I'm obsessively
attached to my camera?
- 5. My dad says if I could've,
I probably would've filmed my own birth.
- 6. And my friends?
They love being in my movies!
- 7. Come on,
just jump up there and do it.
- 8. You do it.
- 9. Denisey?
- 10. No.
- 11. Don't you think we're getting
a little too old for this?
- 12. Come on! You two would make
the perfect tragic romantic couple.
- 13. Jakey!
- 14. I'm king of the world.
- 15. Cut. Great.
- 16. I'm not doing it again.
- 17. Why not?
- 18. 'Cause we're in high school now,
and I have a reputation to protect.
- 19. Since when?
- 20. And, in case you haven't noticed,
- 21. Tru won't be happy until she turns
her entire life into a sitcom.
- 22. And here's another thing.
- 23. On TV, no matter how gigantic
your problems are,
- 24. by the final commercial, everything's
wrapped up, everybody's happy.
- 25. Who wouldn't want to live like that?
- 26. Yeah, but talk about
totally predictable and boring.
- 27. Hey, reality's harsh.
I would much rather live inside the tube.
- 28. - Popper-Ozzie! Popper-Ozzie, Tru!
- Eddie, stop it. Stop it now, Eddie.
- 29. Popper-Ozzie! Popper-Ozzie! Popper-Ozzie!
- 30. Give me the camera!
You are not a paparazzi!
- 31. Eddie! Stop it! Eddie! Stop it!
- 32. Hey, hey, hey, hey, stop it, you guys!
Knock it off!
- 33. What is going on here?
- 34. He came jumping out at us,
shooting this thing off in our faces.
- 35. Um, maybe we ought to take off.
- 36. No, come on, you guys don't have to go.
- 37. No, it's okay, I'll call you tomorrow.
- 38. Hmm.
- 39. Proud of yourself?
- 40. I'm sure he didn't mean any harm, Tru.
- 41. That's what you always say.
- 42. I only wanted to be funny.
- 43. Well, you weren't, okay?
I mean, I've got, like, big white spots
- 44. in front of my eyes,
and you chased away my friends, Eddie.
- 45. Can you say you're sorry, honey?
- 46. Sorry.
- 47. Forgive me, Tru?
- 48. All right.
- 49. Good.
- 50. Eddie, how about you go and work
on your map project, huh?
- 51. It's in the den.
- 52. Why do you have to act like this?
- 53. Me? If I shot a flash off in his eyes,
you would ground me for a month.
- 54. Yeah, because you know better.
- 55. So does he. Mom, you let him
get away with everything.
- 56. Eddie was only trying
to get your attention.
- 57. He feels left out
when you're here with your friends.
- 58. So whatever he does is
just perfectly fine,
- 59. but I can't do anything right?
- 60. Is that what I just said?
- 61. You don't have to say it.
It's totally all over your face.
- 62. - Tru.
- Forget it.
- 63. Leave me alone.
- 64. Hi, Mom.
- 65. Oh, honey,
I don't think I've had a chance today
- 66. to tell you how very proud of you I am.
- 67. Thanks, Mom.
- 68. Seriously, Tru.
- 69. You're brilliant, you're adorable,
and you have the best taste in clothes.
- 70. Well, then, Mom, I think you and Dad
should increase my allowance
- 71. by... A hundred dollars a week?
- 72. Sure.
- 73. Okay, here's the deal.
- 74. The more I wish
my life could be like a sitcom,
- 75. the more it turns into a soap opera.
- 76. I mean, I can't really
even talk to my mom,
- 77. because not only does she
totally not get me,
- 78. but she's always so busy
dealing with Eddie.
- 79. Then there's my dad.
- 80. Do you know he actually operates
on people's brains?
- 81. Ew. That's, how gross?
- 82. Anyway, he's hardly ever here,
- 83. and frankly, sometimes
I think he likes it better that way.
- 84. Anyway, does it seem a little bit psycho
that I'm keeping this video journal?
- 85. Not to me. In fact,
here's 101 reasons why I'm doing it.
- 86. Reason one,
- 87. when I'm incredibly famous
and have my own show,
- 88. I'll put this journal out on video
so everybody could see
- 89. what my life was really like.
- 90. Reason two,
- 91. in case foreign agents break in
and drain my memory,
- 92. I'll still have this tape
as a record of my life.
- 93. Reason three,
- 94. I really, really need something
that's completely and privately mine.
- 95. Anyway, I haven't actually come up
with reasons 4 through 101 yet,
- 96. but I promise when I do,
I'll get back to you.
- 97. Fork, knife, spoon.
- 98. Is Dad home yet?
- 99. No.
- 100. One of his patients had
some sort of post-op complication.
- 101. Jeez, I can't even imagine
being a surgeon like he is.
- 102. That's why we have to be really mellow
when he gets home.
- 103. What's for dinner?
- 104. Chicken, twice-baked potatoes, broccoli.
- 105. No, no, no, Tru, we need it.
- 106. - We need...
- 107. - Yes, we do.
- Eddie, we don't need those...
- 108. We do need them. Miss Tarr said
that's how you set the table.
- 109. But tonight, we don't need them.
- 110. Fork, knife, spoon. We need them, Tru.
- 111. - Eddie, no.
- We need them, Tru.
- 112. Hey, let him set the table
the way he wants, okay?
- 113. Mom, it's my night to do the dishes.
- 114. I don't want to have to wash something
that we're not even gonna use.
- 115. If it's such a big deal,
I'll do the dishes.
- 116. That's not the point.
- 117. I think the point is you want
to argue about everything today.
- 118. You know, you're so worried about
not hurting Eddie's feelings
- 119. that you act like I don't have
any feelings at all.
- 120. Note to self, when I do make
a TV show out of my life,
- 121. remind me to cast somebody else as my mom.
- 122. Reasons why I think Eddie might be
the most well-adjusted one
- 123. in our entire family.
- 124. First, Eddie would never
go out of the house
- 125. without bothering to look in the mirror,
- 126. like some people I know.
- 127. And then, what about the way
she always has to ask
- 128. the world's most embarrassing questions?
- 129. Excuse me. Hi.
- 130. Are these tomatoes really organic?
- 131. Or do you just, like,
put the sign up there
- 132. to, you know, take advantage of
- 133. environmentally-conscious women
- 134. And you'd never catch Eddie packing
leftover Chinese food and chopsticks
- 135. in my lunch.
- 136. Check out the note
in totally fake Chinese writing
- 137. that has the "translation" on the back.
- 138. Could she possibly be any cornier?
- 139. I'm really serious.
I want to know if they're organic or not.
- 140. Tru and everybody came home,
and I was really funny.
- 141. Popper-Ozzie! Popper-Ozzie!
Remember, Tru, when I said it?
- 142. Papa-who?
- 143. He's saying paparazzi, Dad.
You know, like celebrity photographer.
- 144. Paparazzi, oh. Paparazzi, that's funny.
- 145. That was real funny, huh?
- 146. That's funny! It's funny. It's funny.
- 147. It wasn't funny.
- 148. Mom, could you pass me
the broccoli, please?
- 149. Thank you.
- 150. Oh!
- 151. - Not again!
- It's okay, honey.
- 152. Sit down. I got it.
- 153. It's not as if we can
eat the broccoli now.
- 154. It's all covered with glass.
- 155. I'm sorry, Dad.
- 156. Come here. Come here.
- 157. It's okay. It's okay.
- 158. Hey, you know what?
- 159. One of these days, we're gonna
go through an entire meal
- 160. without dropping or breaking anything.
I know it's gonna happen.
- 161. Right.
- 162. Come on. It's okay. Sit down.
- 163. Did you know it's fairly common
for baby sharks to attack each other
- 164. in the womb?
- 165. It's true. We learned it in science.
- 166. Stop!
- 167. What if everything that's wrong
with Eddie is all my fault?
- 168. Mom says it's not true,
but how does she know?
- 169. I mean, I'm the twin who was born first.
- 170. Maybe everything would've been different
if I'd let Eddie out ahead of me.
- 171. My twin brother
has a developmental disability.
- 172. Now that we're starting high school,
I think it would be really cool
- 173. if I could find some way to make him
- 174. and accepted in the world.
- 175. If anybody has any ideas
on how to help him out,
- 176. I'd really appreciate hearing from you.
- 177. Can you stand it?
Billy Meier and I totally connected.
- 178. He's, like, the hottest junior ever,
and I'm just a lowly freshman,
- 179. but he completely stopped to talk to me.
- 180. What'd he say?
- 181. Hey, kid, is there an assembly today?
- 182. Wow.
- 183. That proves it.
He has to be in love with you.
- 184. It means he knows I'm alive.
- 185. Hey, guys, I've got the dirt on something
you are definitely gonna wanna hear about.
- 186. I hope it's not about Billy Meier.
- 187. What about Billy Meier?
- 188. Nothing. She's delirious.
- 189. She has no idea what she's talking about.
- 190. She's right. I'm a total buffoon.
- 191. Ah! Don't tell me
you're in love with that jerk.
- 192. I'm not, okay?
Do you have news, or don't you?
- 193. Well, what'll you give me for it?
- 194. Forget it.
- 195. Hey, where are you going?
- 196. Homeroom's this way.
- 197. Come along, Jakey.
Forgive him, he's new to the planet.
- 198. Sorry! Sorry. Sorry.
- 199. My bad. Sorry.
- 200. Yeah, no problem.
- 201. Oh.
- 202. Could I be a bigger freak?
- 203. Tell you one thing. If I had Billy Meier
for my boyfriend,
- 204. my life would be perfect.
- 205. Tru-cy, I'm home!
- 206. Hi, honey. How was your day?
- 207. Terrible. I got fired from my job,
I wrecked the car,
- 208. and we're a week late on the mortgage.
- 209. Oh, darling, how awful.
- 210. But why all the presents?
- 211. As long as I have you for my sweetie,
nothing can get me down.
- 212. Aww.
- 213. Cover him!
I got him!
- 214. Shoot! Shoot, already!
- 215. - Hey.
- Hey, Tru!
- 216. Hey.
- 217. Hi.
- 218. Liverwurst.
- 219. Hey, so, remember the news I said I had?
- 220. How about we trade? Info for drumstick.
- 221. Pass.
- 222. Fine.
- 223. Look, aren't you the one who's always
babbling about being a big TV star?
- 224. Tru's gonna be a star.
A big, humongous star.
- 225. Yeah. Well, I might know a way
you can make that happen.
- 226. Mom! Mom! Guess what? It's a miracle.
It's the chance of a lifetime!
- 227. WTUV is having a contest for kids,
- 228. and the winner gets to host
their own TV show.
- 229. Are you fully comprehending this?
I'm gonna be on TV!
- 230. Well, you know, they're probably
gonna get a few hundred entries.
- 231. - So?
- So I don't want you
- 232. to be devastated if you don't win.
- 233. Nice vote of confidence.
Thanks a ton, Mom.
- 234. Baby, I'm only trying to be realistic.
- 235. Well, I'd rather have you be supportive.
- 236. Well, it sounds great.
- 237. Okay, titles for my award-winning TV show.
- 238. How about "Tru Life Adventures,"
- 239. so it's not just Tru like me,
it's true like real.
- 240. Get it? No.
- 241. "The Tru Troupe."Tru Stories."
- 242. "NYPD Tru."Mad about Tru."Tru Tales."
- 243. "Tried and Tru."True Blue Tru."
"Tru Wants to Be a Millionaire?"
- 244. I need to keep thinking.
- 245. Okay, guys, write this down.
Essays on The Pearl are due on Friday.
- 246. And by Monday, I want to hear the titles
and the authors for your next book report
- 247. so I can sign off on them.
- 248. Uh, The answer, Jake, is, no, comic books
and graphic novels don't count.
- 249. What, you didn't know I was psychic?
- 250. All right, I'll see you all tomorrow.
- 251. Mr. Taylor, I told you
about the KTUV contest.
- 252. Nine or ten times in the last few days.
- 253. Well, I'm doomed.
I mean, I really need your help,
- 254. 'cause I want to do
something original and great,
- 255. but every idea I come up with stinks.
- 256. What do I tell you guys
when you're writing?
- 257. Write what you know.
- 258. Right, so why not apply that
same concept to your filmmaking?
- 259. Forget about being clever. Go for real.
- 260. Ginny, I got the photo layout for you.
- 261. Ginny?
- 262. This is strange.
- 263. What is it?
- 264. I was looking for some information
on music classes for Eddie,
- 265. and I came across
a posting that Tru put up.
- 266. What does she want?
- 267. Help for her brother.
- 268. Really?
- 269. A way to make him
feel more comfortable in the world.
- 270. You know, it used to be when she was
worried about stuff like that,
- 271. I was the one that she came running to.
- 272. Sweetie, when you were her age,
how often did you confide in your mother?
- 273. Never.
- 274. You know this is different.
- 275. I mean, she and I have
always been so close.
- 276. Now, it's...
- 277. All she ever does is yell at me.
- 278. Everything I do is either stupid or wrong.
- 279. I have no idea when I turned
into the most annoying mom on the planet.
- 280. She's 14.
- 281. You're lucky she hasn't moved out
or gotten her own apartment.
- 282. - Yet.
- 283. You know what sucks?
- 284. Don't use that word. It sounds awful.
- 285. Do you know what stinks?
- 286. Having a boy for a twin means
I'll never get to do cool stuff.
- 287. You know, like in The Parent Trap?
- 288. We could never swap dates
or take tests for each other.
- 289. We can't even fool you and Dad.
- 290. What's the point of even having a twin?
- 291. Shouldn't you be focused
on finishing your homework?
- 292. Ugh! Don't you care that I'm being,
like, incredibly profound here?
- 293. Look at me. I'm a doctor, like Daddy.
- 294. Hey.
- 295. Want to see me do an operation?
- 296. We'd love to.
- 297. - Uh-oh. Broken brain.
- 298. Paging Dr. Eddie. Paging Dr. Eddie.
- 299. Broken brain.
- 300. - That sounds serious, Doctor.
- Sh. Sh.
- 301. I'll make you all better.
- 302. Ow! No, Doctor! You're hurting me.
- 303. What's going on here?
- 304. I...
- 305. It's all right, Eddie. It's okay. He was
performing a very delicate operation.
- 306. Eddie, those tools are antiques.
They were a gift from my father.
- 307. When did we decide they were toys?
- 308. He's being careful.
- 309. I'm not a doctor. Doctors are mean.
- 310. I don't know what you want from me.
- 311. It's like everything I do
with this kid is wrong.
- 312. - It's all about your tone.
- 313. You scare him. You intimidate him.
- 314. Well, at least I don't baby him.
- 315. I give him help when he needs help.
- 316. Look, unless we start raising the bar,
how can we expect him to jump any higher?
- 317. This may be it, Bob.
- 318. No, I will not accept that.
- 319. Each of these kids is different.
- 320. There's, there's no rule book.
There's no handbook.
- 321. If we get lazy and quit pushing him,
- 322. he's liable to stop growing
simply because we let him.
- 323. Yeah, but he's already gone
way beyond people's expectations.
- 324. I mean, nobody thought he'd end up
in a mainstream school.
- 325. Exactly, so why not rewrite all the rules?
- 326. As long as we don't lose sight of reality.
- 327. Do you happen to remember what
I do for a living?
- 328. I face more reality every single day than
most people have to face in a lifetime,
- 329. so I'd really appreciate it
if you didn't lecture me
- 330. on coming to grips
with my son's limitations.
- 331. Eddie!
- 332. Eddie!
- 333. Tru.
- 334. Okay. Sh-sh-sh.
- 335. Okay. Okay, everything's okay.
- 336. Okay, pal, here we go.
You throw it, I catch it.
- 337. Okay. Ready?
- 338. Fire away.
- 339. Okay.
- 340. Strike one!
- 341. Good throw, son.
- 342. Okay.
- 343. Okay, here you go. Ready? Here we go.
- 344. - Got it.
- Good catch.
- 345. - Okay.
- 346. Try and get this one
in the glove, right here.
- 347. Aim right for the mitt.
Right for the mitt. Here we go.
- 348. You're terrible.
- 349. What do you say we forget
about all this exercise baloney
- 350. and go get ourselves
some hot fudge sundaes?
- 351. Yeah! Yeah!
- 352. Last one to the car is a rotten egg.
- 353. Rotten egg!
- 354. The question, dear,
isn't what's wrong with your brother.
- 355. It's what's wrong with you.
- 356. There's no cure for the
- 357. You simply need to develop
a strong sense of faith.
- 358. Hey, Tru. Choppy L.A. here.
- 359. My son sounds a lot like your brother.
- 360. Our school board was
really cool about helping.
- 361. Maybe yours could be, too. Good luck, huh?
- 362. Dear Tru, all I know is this.
- 363. If your brother has a sister
as caring as you,
- 364. he's already ten times better off
than most kids with his handicap.
- 365. Listen, as long as you continue
to support him and love him,
- 366. everything else will be fine.
Any time you want to talk, I'm here.
- 367. Thanks, DeeDee.
- 368. Do you think Billy Meier
would be in my film?
- 369. Yeah, maybe,
if you promise to let him be the star.
- 370. Really, that guy is so into himself.
- 371. Fine, whatever. I'm just trying to
come up with a good idea here.
- 372. I mean, all I'm saying is,
- 373. this contest could be
the beginning of the rest of my life.
- 374. Ladies and gentlemen,
please remain behind the yellow line
- 375. until the gangplank is down and secured.
- 376. Anyway, Mr. Taylor told me to make it
about something I know really well,
- 377. but everything I know
is incredibly boring.
- 378. Hey, make it about us.
We're incredibly fascinating.
- 379. You're so lame, Jake. Get off me.
- 380. Okay, what if I did, like,
some hilarious movie parody?
- 381. That's what everybody will do.
- 382. Well, I can't do animation,
because that would be way too hard.
- 383. And I don't want to do,
like, some hip music show,
- 384. because the judges are probably
all old like my parents.
- 385. Hold on, I might have just hit on
the most brilliant idea ever.
- 386. Well, tell us.
- 387. Why, so you can just dump on it?
No. Make sure Eddie gets home.
- 388. I have to go do research.
- 389. Tru?
- 390. Where's Tru going?
- 391. I guess when inspiration hits,
you gotta go with it.
- 392. Goodbye.
- 393. Oh, jeez.
A little help out here, please?
- 394. What is this?
Here you go, I got these guys.
- 395. Thanks. What are you doing home so early?
- 396. Well, two consultations canceled,
surgery postponed, here I am.
- 397. Great, because I really need your help.
- 398. Well, looks like quite a project. Science?
- 399. No. The contest.
- 400. I told you, remember?
- 401. Host your own TV show?
- 402. WTUV? Ringing any bells here?
- 403. - I'm sorry, hon.
- 404. I'm gonna do one of those magazine shows
to teach people about kids like Eddie.
- 405. How they get that way
and what doctors are doing
- 406. to try to help them. Stuff like that.
- 407. Which is why I really need your help.
- 408. Can you get me
one of your doctor friends to interview?
- 409. Somebody really smart who would look good
on TV and has excellent credentials.
- 410. Ew, Dad, no, I'm trying to be
professional, not pathetic.
- 411. Thanks a lot.
- 412. It's just...
- 413. Would Katie Couric use her dad?
- 414. I don't know.
Is her dad a neurosurgeon?
- 415. Dad! Dad, look! I'm doing it!
- 416. Daddy, I'm doing it!
Come outside with me, Dad.
- 417. You're not supposed to
rollerblade in the house.
- 418. - Daddy, come outside! Whoa!
- 419. Hold on just one second, pal.
- 420. Look, I'm going real fast, Dad. See?
- 421. Dad! Whoa!
- 422. Look, I'm doing it, Daddy!
- 423. Hi.
- 424. I'm doing it, Daddy,
- 425. Grocery Guy delivery.
- 426. Daddy, come outside!
- 427. Hi, it's Dr. Walker...
- Just put them right over there.
- 428. Tru, look I'm doing it! I've learned.
- 429. Eddie, be careful!
- 430. - Pick that stuff up, will you, please?
- I didn't spill it!
- 431. Did I ask you who spilled it? Pick it up.
- 432. - Dad!
- 433. Wait, my dad still needs to tip you.
- 434. I'm, I'm... Look, I'm sorry, Stacia.
Who's in Five North?
- 435. Ow, Eddie, you skated
right over my fingers!
- 436. - Hi!
- Well, then have Dr. Hollanger
- 437. check on him. He's on call.
- 438. Eddie, you hurt me!
What were you thinking?
- 439. - Trudy, just, just...
- He ran over my fingers, Dad!
- 440. - Dad, come out!
- I gotta go.
- 441. Uh, just, just hold on. Here, I'll...
- 442. Look, I'm going real fast! Come and see!
- 443. All right? Sorry about all the craziness.
- 444. Dad, come outside now?
- 445. - Well...
- 446. Hi, Mom! Look.
- 447. All yours. I have to go to the hospital.
- 448. Dad!
- 449. We'll talk later.
- 450. Tru! What's up, doc?
- 451. Get it, Tru?
- 452. - Hi, darling.
- 453. Trudy Elizabeth Walker,
what in the world is the matter with you?
- 454. Why can't it ever just be
normal around here, Mom?
- 455. That was Billy Meier
delivering the groceries. Billy Meier!
- 456. I don't care who it was,
that doesn't give you the right
- 457. to destroy perfectly good food.
- 458. I'm sorry, okay?
- 459. Uh!
- 460. Come on!
Here I come.
- 461. Come on, Dad!
- 462. I'm coming to get you! Here I come!
- 463. I won!
- 464. Did you tell Tru it's dinner?
- 465. Yeah, she said she'd be down in a minute.
- 466. Did she tell you what happened
after you left?
- 467. Yeah, I got the gist.
- 468. - Mmm.
- 469. Carrots! Yum!
- 470. Carrots. Yum.
- 471. Oh, Gin, oh, these are delicious.
Oh, you've outdone yourself this time.
- 472. Aren't they good, Mom?
- 473. A little thin. A little dry.
- 474. I'm going to have to
give them a five-five.
- 475. Nothing higher. Maybe Billy Meier
might give it a higher score, but...
- 476. Oh, Tru!
- 477. Billy Meier. A new boyfriend?
- 478. Dear DeeDee, you said I could
get back to you whenever I felt like it,
- 479. so here I am.
- 480. I got home from school today,
buried in homework,
- 481. stressed about getting my tape done
by the deadline.
- 482. Mom's too busy to hear about any of it.
- 483. And there's Eddie, totally content.
- 484. Which made me think,
- 485. I spend so much time watching out for him
and worrying about him,
- 486. but who's to say?
- 487. Maybe he's luckier than any of us.
- 488. He knows he'll always be taken care of.
- 489. He goes along at his own speed.
- 490. I'm not saying
his handicap's a good thing,
- 491. but let's face it, most of the time,
he's happier than anybody I know.
- 492. Come on, just do it.
- 493. Do what?
- 494. What do you think?
- 495. Hey, you okay?
- 496. Uh...
- 497. Are you guys ready for this?
- 498. The only condition
is that you have to be totally honest.
- 499. I want to know
every single thing you think.
- 500. Don't worry,
brutal honesty is our specialty.
- 501. Hey, Eddie.
- 502. Hi.
- 503. What up, man?
- 504. (ON TV) Welcome to a fantastic
journey inside the brain of Eddie Walker.
- 505. The brain is the most complex
and mysterious organ in the human body.
- 506. It controls all the bodily
functions that keep us alive.
- 507. But more importantly,
it defines who we are as humans.
- 508. The nervous system is composed,
one, of a series of large centers
- 509. of nerve matter called, collectively,
the cerebro-spinal centers.
- 510. Two, of smaller centers, termed ganglia.
- 511. Three, of nerves connected
either at the cerebrum...
- 512. Of certain modifications of the
peripheral terminations of the nerves
- 513. forming the organs of the external senses.
- 514. The cerebro-spinal axis...
- 515. and this consists of the brain...
- 516. which are contained within
the skull and spinal canal.
- 517. The brain and its memories...
- 518. is a thick, and dense,
and elastic membrane,
- 519. which lines the interior of the skull.
- 520. Its outer surface is rough
- 521. and adheres closely
- 522. to the inner surface of the bones,
forming their internal periosteum.
- 523. This adhesion being most marked opposite
the sutures and at the base of the skull.
- 524. The processes of the dura mater,
sent inward into the cavity of the skull,
- 525. are four in number.
- 526. The falx cerebri...
- 527. Well, folks, there you have it.
- 528. An in-depth journey
into the very unique mind of Eddie Walker.
- 529. I hope it's been enlightening.
- 530. For WTUV, this is Trudy Walker.
- 531. So, what'd you think?
- 532. What?
- 533. Uh, well...
- 534. I said I wanted honesty.
- 535. I definitely learned a lot.
- 536. And the music was good.
- 537. You hated it.
- 538. No, it's just...
- 539. - What's the word?
- 540. Yeah.
- 541. You're right, it stinks.
- 542. You wanted truth, right?
- 543. Yeah, right.
- 544. But maybe we're not the only people
you should be asking.
- 545. I mean, it's a medical show.
Maybe you need a second opinion.
- 546. Good job, Tru.
- 547. Boring?
- 548. Well...
- 549. It may not be everyone's cup of tea.
- 550. A cliché? Thanks, Mom.
That's exactly what I needed to hear.
- 551. I think the problem might be
that you played it safe.
- 552. I want to know where you are in all this.
- 553. I'm doing most of the filming.
That's where I am.
- 554. I don't mean physically.
I mean emotionally.
- 555. What are you talking about?
- 556. I think it'd be much more interesting
from your point of view.
- 557. Stop, I get it. You hated it,
- 558. I'm a total failure, thank you.
Let's just drop it.
- 559. Help!
- 560. "Then, they laid down in the fluffy
hay and looked up at the twinkling stars."
- 561. Those.
- 562. - Yeah, isn't it beautiful?
- Yeah, yep.
- 563. Tru, do the lamb voice.
Do the lamb voice, Tru.
- 564. Baa. "How nice and cozy are we.
- 565. "Good night, cow. Good night, lamb."
- 566. Bee. Moo.
- 567. Do it again, Tru. Do it from here.
- 568. No.
- 569. Please? Please, Tru?
- 570. I'm too tired, Eddie.
- 571. No.
- 572. Eddie, you didn't think my show
was that awful, did you?
- 573. It needs more car crashes.
- 574. You're right. It's the worst.
- 575. What if this means
I don't have any talent?
- 576. I mean, what if I spent all this time
- 577. thinking that I was born
to have my own show,
- 578. and it turns out I'm a talentless,
uncreative, boring person?
- 579. You're funny.
- 580. Glad you think so.
- 581. Tru.
- 582. Are you mad at me?
- 583. No, of course not. Why?
- 584. Because...
- 585. You never play with me anymore.
- 586. Sorry, Eddie,
I've been really busy working on my tape.
- 587. Yeah.
- 588. It makes me sad.
- 589. How come?
- 590. 'Cause you used to be my twin,
- 591. only now, you're not.
- 592. Why am I such a loser, DeeDee?
- 593. I want to win this contest so badly,
- 594. but I have no idea
what kind of show to do.
- 595. I know my mom tries to help,
- 596. but she has this way of making everything
sound like criticism.
- 597. I mean, if I get too personal,
- 598. isn't everyone gonna see the show
and laugh at me?
- 599. I don't know, everything
I come up with is weak.
- 600. Maybe I'll get lucky and get, like,
severely body checked today.
- 601. - That might shake a good idea loose.
- 602. I'm sure you'll do fine.
- 603. Come on, Tru! Come on!
- 604. Have a good time, kids.
- 605. We'll be over there
cheering our heads off.
- 606. Hi, coach!
- 607. - How's my natural wonder?
- Ready to rock 'n' roll.
- 608. Good boy.
- 609. You gonna remember
not to use your hands today, Eddie?
- 610. I'll try.
- 611. Can't ask for more than that.
Go to it. Have fun.
- 612. Okay.
- 613. Drive it in! Drive it in! Kick it!
- 614. Ah!
- 615. It's okay.
- 616. I don't know how any of the kids
are supposed to do anything
- 617. with that Garret Gorlitsky on their team.
He's such a little ball hog.
- 618. You want to say that a little bit louder?
His parents are sitting right over there.
- 619. All right, Garret. Come on!
- 620. Whoops.
- 621. What?
- 622. Well, you just looked exactly
like Eddie when you did that.
- 623. That poor guy.
Like he doesn't have enough problems?
- 624. Baby.
- 625. - Go! Go!
Pick him up!
- 626. Okay.
- 627. Way to go!
All right, Tru!
- 628. Looking good! Yeah!
- 629. The great part about
having Eddie on my team
- 630. is once in a while, we get this,
- 631. I don't know, like,
twin telepathy thing going on.
- 632. Sometimes, I don't even have to look up,
- 633. and I automatically know he's open.
- 634. Dear Tru, the truth is, what you feel
and the things you deal with every day
- 635. are intense and powerful.
- 636. That's what makes them interesting.
- 637. And I agree, it is risky to share them.
- 638. But maybe what your mom
was trying to tell you
- 639. is that nobody has ever made great art
without taking a risk.
- 640. And just remember, if you show
your true self, you will be rewarded.
- 641. Isn't it weird?
I mean, she makes me feel totally normal.
- 642. It's like I suddenly have my own
personal guardian angel.
- 643. Did you ever stop to think
that DeeDee could be
- 644. some 500-pound guy with nasty BO
and a tattoo on his hairy back?
- 645. It's a medical posting site.
- 646. People go there
to try and help each other.
- 647. Plus, she's totally supportive.
- 648. She thinks I'll win the WTUV contest.
- 649. And she's always encouraging me
to really put myself out there.
- 650. Oh, hold on.
- 651. Hi, Tru. Hi.
- 652. Ooh.
- 653. Look, Tru! Tru!
Look, look, look, it's a ducky!
- 654. I don't get it.
- 655. Your film's about Eddie, right?
- 656. Yeah, but it's also kind of about me, too.
- 657. You sure you want to do that?
- 658. Hello!
- 659. No.
- 660. Hey, look! Here you go, Monkey-Man!
- 661. Let's get the candy too, okay?
- No, Eddie, no.
- 662. - Eddie, no. Sorry.
- No, the candy, Tru.
- 663. No, we are done. Thank you.
- 664. - Tru, I wanna get the candy.
- No. No! Eddie, come on, please.
- 665. - Get the candy, Tru!
- Eddie! No!
- 666. I wanna get the candy!
- 667. Ah!
- 668. Unbelievable!
- 669. We can't even get through a meal.
You can do it! You can do it!
- 670. Nice catch, retard.
- 671. Mom, I thought
the whole point of doing this
- 672. was so that the four of us
could be together.
- 673. Look, sweetie, there was an emergency.
- 674. There's always an emergency.
- 675. Sorry.
- 676. There's only so much of this life
I can control.
- 677. I'm ready to go, okay, Mom?
- 678. Looking good, Edward.
- 679. Stay up!
- 680. Come on!
- 681. Stupid kite. Stay up!
- 682. Come on! Kite, stay up.
- 683. Come on! Kite, stay up!
- 684. Eddie, maybe there just isn't enough wind.
- 685. No, Tru, it's not the wind's fault,
the kite's stupid.
- 686. Stupid kite.
- 687. It must be retarded.
- 688. Tru.
- 689. Stay up, stupid kite, stay up.
- 690. Wow.
- 691. Stupid kite. Stay up!
- 692. Stupid kite. Stay up!
- 693. No, Tru, it's not the wind's fault.
- 694. The kite's stupid. It must be retarded.
- 695. I can't show this to people.
They won't understand.
- 696. And what if they laugh at Eddie?
- 697. Why would they?
- 698. Aren't you showing them
how much he means to you?
- 699. Yeah, so?
- 700. I think it's gonna be very moving.
- 701. You're our mother, you have to think that.
- 702. My friend DeeDee says
I shouldn't be afraid,
- 703. even though people
can be really cruel sometimes.
- 704. While we're on the subject of DeeDee,
can I tell you something?
- 705. What? That DeeDee can be
some 800-pound guy?
- 706. I know, that's what everybody's saying.
- 707. But, you know, she gets me, Mom.
- 708. If you want my opinion,
you have to send in your tape.
- 709. Remember, dear, if you show
your true self, you will be rewarded.
- 710. Oh, powerful,
loyal rulers of contest entries,
- 711. protectors of the deserving,
servants of the talented...
- 712. Hocus-pocus mumbo-jumbo.
Let's just get this puppy in the mail.
- 713. Hey, I need all the luck I can get.
- 714. I can't believe you're sending
this off without showing us first.
- 715. I know, but it's too late
to make any more changes.
- 716. Time to let it fly and be free.
- 717. Well, it's done.
- 718. Is Eddie out front?
- 719. Yes, he's playing catch with Jake.
- 720. What's done?
- 721. I mailed my tape.
- 722. Good for you.
- 723. You know, if you show your true self...
- 724. You will be rewarded.
- 725. What?
- 726. Where did you come up with that?
- 727. With what?
- 728. The saying. The phrase.
- 729. Oh.
- 730. Oh, dear.
- 731. It's...
- 732. You're DeeDee.
- 733. Tru, let me explain, okay?
- 734. You can't!
- 735. Why would you trick me like that?
To make me feel stupid?
- 736. To trap me into saying something
so that you could use it against me?
- 737. Whoa, slow down a second.
Wait, let me talk to you about this.
- 738. No! I don't want to talk to you.
I don't want to talk to you ever!
- 739. I hate you! I, I can't believe
that you would do this to me!
- 740. So how long do you think she'll go
before she speaks to me again?
- 741. Well, I don't mean to make you paranoid,
- 742. but the Guinness Records
guys called this morning.
- 743. They want to sign her up for
their "Parental Freeze-out" category.
- 744. It's true. Good shot.
- 745. Right in the heart.
- 746. Eddie?
- 747. Eddie?
- 748. Where are you?
- 749. Eddie, where are you?
- 750. Eddie, where did you go?
- 751. Another ride.
- 752. Where'd you get that hat?
- 753. Oh, well...
- 754. What, did Mom buy it for you?
- 755. - No.
- Did Dad?
- 756. Nope.
- 757. Oh, no, you didn't steal it, did you?
- 758. No, no, no. See, they gave it to me.
- 759. See them?
- 760. Eddie, how many times have I told you
- 761. not to take stuff from strangers.
Come on. Let's go.
- 762. - Tru, they gave it to me.
- 763. - They did.
- 764. Ask them.
- 765. What is it?
- 766. You like Billy Meier.
- 767. So?
Yes, you do!
- 768. So what?
- 769. Excuse me?
- 770. Excuse you, why?
- 771. Um...
- 772. Does this belong to you?
- 773. Uh, no.
- 774. I told him he could keep it.
- 775. I mean, isn't this
"Be Kind to Retard" week?
- 776. Oh, totally!
- 777. Besides, why would we want that back
- 778. after all three of us
took turns spitting in it?
- 779. And then you gave it to him
to put on his head?
- 780. What is wrong with you?
- 781. What's wrong with me?
What's wrong with you, freak?
- 782. I'm beginning to think you're
a bigger mental case than he is.
- 783. Hey! Hey!
- 784. Let's go.
- 785. Hey! Come back here!
- 786. We're leaving.
- 787. - What's wrong?
- You wouldn't understand.
- 788. Are you all right?
- 789. I don't wanna talk to you.
- 790. Okay.
- 791. I need to tell you something.
- 792. Well, I don't want to hear it.
- 793. Well, then you can just listen.
- 794. I'm sorry. What I did was wrong,
and I'm really sorry.
- 795. I saw your posting and I just dove in.
- 796. I just wanted to reach you.
- 797. Fine.
- 798. So we're okay? Everything's all right?
- 799. They spit in his hat, Mom,
and then they gave it to him to wear!
- 800. What?
- 801. Yeah, no, but everything's fine,
- 802. Hi, WTUV?
- 803. Um, I was just wondering when you'd be
- 804. announcing the winner of
the "Host Your Own TV Show" contest?
- 805. No, must be somebody else.
- 806. Okay. Sorry. Thanks.
- 807. I cannot believe
they recognized my voice.
- 808. Big surprise,
you practically call every two seconds.
- 809. I have no idea what you're talking about.
- 810. Tru, I'm done. Can I get another one?
- 811. Sure. You know
where the kids' section is, right there.
- 812. Okay.
- 813. Tru?
- 814. Tru?
- 815. Tru!
- 816. Tru!
- 817. Tru!
- 818. Tru!
- 819. Tru!
- 820. Tru!
- 821. Sh. This is a library.
- 822. Where's my sister?
- 823. Calm down.
- 824. No, I have to find my sister!
- 825. Wait!
- 826. - Ah!
- 827. Eddie.
- 828. Eddie, it's okay. It's okay, I'm here.
- 829. Excuse me, this is a library.
- 830. Perhaps it would be better
if you took him outside.
- 831. Sure, just give us a minute.
We'll be really quiet.
- 832. This is unbelievable.
- 833. She said they need a minute, okay?
- 834. Just chill.
- 835. Fine. If you need any help, let me know.
- 836. I'll go call your mom
and let her know we're ready to go.
- 837. Thanks.
- 838. Not fair.
- 839. What isn't fair?
- 840. I want to be done being different.
- 841. I want to be the same as everybody else.
- 842. Everybody's different, Eddie,
not just you.
- 843. No, no, Tru. I'm real different.
- 844. You know what, you're right.
- 845. You are different.
- 846. But if you were just the same
as everybody else,
- 847. you wouldn't get
all that special help in school,
- 848. you wouldn't be allowed
to rollerblade in the house.
- 849. And you wouldn't be
the amazing brother that I love.
- 850. You mean it?
- 851. What's wrong, Tru, I make you sad now?
- 852. What's wrong, Tru?
- 853. Nothing.
- 854. Blow.
- 855. I love you, Tru.
- 856. I love you, too, Eddie.
- 857. Right when Eddie was melting down,
- 858. I was mad that I didn't
have my video camera.
- 859. Is that awful?
- 860. You know, sweetie,
don't be so hard on yourself.
- 861. You're only a mere mortal, after all.
- 862. Get some sleep, okay?
- 863. Yeah.
- 864. Hi, Mom, we're home!
- 865. Hi!
- 866. Hang on, I'm almost finished here.
- 867. Tru, there's a letter for you
by the phone.
- 868. Oh, no.
- 869. This is it. It's from the TV station.
- 870. Mom, did she win the contest?
- 871. I don't know.
- 872. I did it. I won.
- 873. She won?
- 874. I knew you could do it.
- 875. You know, if kids start making fun of me
- 876. for all the personal stuff I showed,
it's totally gonna be your fault.
- 877. (ON PA) Good afternoon,
students, this is Principal Longman
- 878. with a brief announcement.
- 879. As many of you know, one of our students,
ninth-grader Trudy Walker,
- 880. has won a contest
sponsored by local cable channel WTUV.
- 881. Wow! All right.
- 882. The program she created,
A Day in the Life,
- 883. will be airing tomorrow
evening at 8:00 p.m.
- 884. I encourage all of you to tune in.
- 885. And congratulations, Trudy,
you made our school proud.
- 886. Oh, man, this is so exciting.
- 887. I might throw up.
- 888. I mean, I'm serious.
I might actually throw up.
- 889. Oh, jeez...
- 890. Where is Dad? Did he not swear
that he would be here?
- 891. He still has a few minutes. He'll be here.
- 892. Hey, where's Eddie?
- 893. Here comes the movie star.
- 894. Oh, look at you. All dressed up.
- 895. Over here, buddy, in the VIP seats.
- 896. Hey, guys.
- 897. Hello? Hey, where are you?
- 898. Yeah, she's right here.
- 899. Daddy.
- 900. Hi, Dad.
- 901. Hey, sweetheart. Listen, I'm running late.
- 902. My patient just got into recovery,
- 903. and I have to check on him,
I have to talk to his family.
- 904. How long?
- 905. Well, you're gonna tape it for me, right?
- 906. We'll watch it together later, I promise.
- 907. I love you.
- 908. Love you, too.
- 909. Knock 'em dead. Okay, bye.
- 910. We'll tape it for him.
- 911. Already ready to go.
- 912. Guys, guys, it's starting.
- 913. Oh, my God.
- 914. Okay.
- 915. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen,
- 916. and welcome to a very special
- 917. Yes!
- 918. And so, without further ado,
WTUV proudly presents
- 919. A Day in the Life,
a film by Trudy Walker.
- 920. (ON TV)
Meet my twin brother, Eddie Walker.
- 921. Good morning, Tru.
- 922. Look at me, I'm on TV!
- 923. That's me on TV, huh, Mom, like Gilligan?
- 924. Only a hundred times more handsome.
- 925. Hey, look! Here you go, Monkey-Man!
- 926. Eddie is the most beautiful
and profound person I know.
- 927. Wow.
- 928. Wow! Look at that!
- 929. Ew, it's a gross, disgusting spiderweb.
- 930. No. It's perfect and beautiful and strong.
- 931. To the side.
- 932. You guys are doing great.
- 933. We certainly are. Okay, now change.
- 934. There I am, in all my glory.
- 935. That's okay.
- 936. Oops, sorry, Mom, sorry.
Oh, no, that's...
- 937. Everybody makes mistakes.
- 938. Yeah, except God, though, right, Mom?
- 939. Right.
- 940. 'Cause if God makes mistakes,
- 941. then the whole world would look
like a kid drew it, right?
- 942. - Right?
- 943. If an athlete gets athlete's foot,
what does an astronaut get?
- 944. I give up. What?
- 945. Missile toe.
- 946. But living with a twin
who has a mental disability
- 947. isn't always the easiest thing.
- 948. Eddie, put my camera down.
- 949. - Come here. That's mine.
- 950. Give it to me, now.
- 951. Eddie, put it back, Eddie. Come on.
- 952. - Let's get the candy too, okay?
- No, Eddie, no.
- 953. - Come on, will you hurry up here? Come on.
- Here, let's get the candy!
- 954. - Hey, is this gonna be everything or...
- 955. - No, the candy, too.
- No, we are done. Thank you.
- 956. Tru, I wanna get the candy! Stop!
No, Eddie, come on, please.
- 957. Get the candy, Tru!
Hey, hey, hey, calm down, calm down.
- 958. Eddie! Eddie, stop it now!
I wanna get the candy, too!
- 959. Eddie, drop it.
Tru, get the candy!
- 960. Jake, turn off the camera!
- 961. - I'll buy him the candy!
- Let's get the candy, Tru!
- 962. Do you want the candy or no, lady?
- 963. - I got a line-up, huh?
Let's get the candy!
- 964. When Eddie acts like this,
- 965. I know what everybody's thinking.
- 966. How could you live with him?
- 967. Stay up!
- 968. Stupid kite, stay up!
- 969. Stay up! Please.
- 970. Stupid kite, stay up!
- 971. Stupid.
- 972. Stupid.
- 973. Stupid!
- 974. Kite's stupid. Stupid kite.
- 975. It must be retarded.
- 976. I was gonna go see Toy Story 2
with some friends,
- 977. and Eddie went, I mean, combustible.
- 978. Kicking, screaming,
flinging himself on the floor...
- 979. And it makes me really embarrassed
that he's my brother.
- 980. I just wish other people
would take the time
- 981. to get to know him the way that I do.
- 982. Hey, Tru, hey, want an apple?
- 983. Wait, wait, hey, are, are you sure?
- 984. If you want one, Tru,
it's right here, okay?
- 985. Right there.
- 986. If you ever think you ought to
feel sorry for Eddie...
- 987. Don't.
- 988. Because he's got more joy
than almost any other kid I know.
- 989. And don't feel sorry for me, either,
- 990. because I've got a brother
who, every single day,
- 991. teaches me what's important in life.
- 992. Wait, wait. Hi!
- 993. Wow.
- 994. That was great.
- 995. You're gonna be a star.
- 996. Big, humongous star, Tru.
- 997. Pretty impressive.
- 998. Yeah.
- 999. Where are you?
- 1000. - You noticed, huh?
- Oh, yeah.
- 1001. - Hazards of the medical life.
- 1002. We all become invisible fathers.
- 1003. Yeah, some of us more than others.
- 1004. Wow, I don't believe it.
- 1005. I mean, you were so out there.
Wasn't it scary to do?
- 1006. Yeah. I wonder what
all the other kids are gonna think.
- 1007. Who knows?
- 1008. Her opinions were dumb,
all the images were clichés,
- 1009. and her wardrobe was, like,
completely the worst.
- 1010. If I were Tru, I'd drop out of school
and move to Siberia.
- 1011. It would have been much more effective
- 1012. if she'd done the entire program
- 1013. Of course, she could never stay awake
long enough in my class to learn.
- 1014. A whole half hour of the retard twins?
- 1015. I saw your show, Tru. It was fantastic.
- 1016. Thanks.
- 1017. Hey, Tru, nice job. Really impressive.
- 1018. Wow, thanks.
- 1019. My mom cried through the whole thing.
- 1020. Hey, Tru.
- 1021. Hi, Dad.
- 1022. Hey, Tru. Hey, Tru,
come in here a second, will ya?
- 1023. I wanna talk to you.
- 1024. Okay, I watched your show again.
- 1025. But if people were
only paying casual attention,
- 1026. I'm not sure they'd even know
you have a dad.
- 1027. Sorry. I tried to put you in more.
- 1028. But?
- 1029. Come on, what happened?
Tell me, I can handle it.
- 1030. It's...
- 1031. If I'd used all the stuff I'd shot,
I know you would have been really mad.
- 1032. Oh, come on.
- 1033. Well, I think you have to show me, then.
- 1034. You know, we really don't have to do this.
- 1035. Why? What are you afraid of?
- 1036. Hurting your feelings.
- 1037. What'd you do, draw
devil horns on me or something?
- 1038. Come on, let's let the footage
speak for itself.
- 1039. Hmm.
- 1040. That was something I really liked.
- 1041. Ah!
- 1042. Unbelievable!
- 1043. We can't even get through a meal!
You can do it!
- 1044. Okay, I lost my temper. That happens.
- 1045. What am I, perfect?
- 1046. Come on. What else?
- 1047. Dad! Dad, Monkey Man!
He's gonna get me, Dad!
- 1048. Come on, come on!
Does it look like I'm working?
- 1049. - Dad!
- I'm working here!
- 1050. What do I have to do
to make it clear to you?
- 1051. Come on, out!
- 1052. Let's go, out, out.
- 1053. - Sorry.
- What are you doing?
- 1054. Are you filming this? Turn the camera off.
- 1055. Hi. It's Dr. Walker. You paged me?
- 1056. Eddie! Stop it!
Can't you see I'm on the phone?
- 1057. I'm working now!
Can I just get five minutes to myself?
- 1058. Oh, for...
- 1059. Eddie, what is this mess?
- 1060. Eddie, pick up your clothes.
- 1061. How many times have I told you
not to throw your clothes on the floor?
- 1062. It's all like this?
- 1063. Pretty much.
- 1064. Or else you weren't there.
- 1065. Dad, your job is really hard,
you're under a lot of stress.
- 1066. Eddie and I know that, we totally get it.
- 1067. That's no excuse.
- 1068. You deserve better than this.
- 1069. Ugh! What do I do now?
- 1070. I mean, I had no idea.
- 1071. I mean, who is that guy?
- 1072. Dad...
- 1073. Eddie loves us no matter what,
even when we make mistakes.
- 1074. You and me and Mom,
we're his entire world.
- 1075. He just loves us.
- 1076. Maybe all we have to do is love him back.
- 1077. All right.
- 1078. One click, it's all in the Recycle Bin.
- 1079. Nah, save it.
- 1080. You might need it to keep me in line.
- 1081. Note to self, when I do make
a TV show out of my life,
- 1082. remind me to cast somebody else as my mom.
- 1083. You know, you never had to be DeeDee.
- 1084. All you had to do was talk to me.
- 1085. You make it sound so easy.
- 1086. You know, it wasn't that long ago
you used to tell me everything.
- 1087. Sometimes more than I wanted to hear.
- 1088. Just because I don't tell you
every intimate detail of my life,
- 1089. it doesn't mean that I don't love you.
- 1090. I never thought you didn't love me.
- 1091. I just missed you.
- 1092. When I was making my movie...
- 1093. Watching it over and over again,
it really hit me.
- 1094. You know how, for so long, Eddie and I
weren't ever really the same,
- 1095. but, you know, we played Monkey Man,
- 1096. and we went out for soccer together
- 1097. and we goofed around.
- 1098. You grew up together.
- 1099. Only now, I'll go to college
- 1100. and probably get married and have kids.
- 1101. And Eddie will always...
- 1102. Stay Eddie.
- 1103. Oh, my girl.
- 1104. So our life isn't a TV show.
- 1105. I'll survive.
- 1106. I mean, just because in real life,
things don't get wrapped up nice and tidy,
- 1107. it doesn't mean they can't improve.
- 1108. Dad is making an effort to be around more.
- 1109. And he's trying really hard to relax.
- 1110. Don't let it go. No. Don't, don't, don't!
- 1111. I said "trying."
- 1112. I mean, to quote a Mom cliché,
"Rome wasn't built in a day."
- 1113. And Mom has promised to be more available,
so we can talk and stuff.
- 1114. And, yes, I promise to actually
listen and be open with her.
- 1115. And Eddie...
- 1116. Well, I think it's safe
to say that Eddie will always be Eddie.
- 1117. - Come on, Mom.
- I can't.
- 1118. - Play with me, Mom.
- No, I...
- 1119. - I gotta do this.
- I'll play with you, Eddie.
- 1120. Okay, Tru. We're gonna play tag.
- 1121. Go, Eddie!
- 1122. Eddie, come on, we've watched
the scene, like, ten times.
- 1123. Let's move on.
It's not like it's gonna change.
- 1124. I like it.
- 1125. I don't want it to change.
- 1126. It's you and me,
- 1127. being twins.