Big Chill The
Look at the water.
-What kind oftowel?[br]-Super towel.
What does the super towel get[br]the superboy? Super clean, right?
That's superboy. Super, super clean.
He's a Jeremiah.
It's Jeremiah versus Moby Dick.
Jeremiah was a bullfrog
Was a good friend ofmine
Neverunderstood a single word he said
But l helped him drink his wine
Singingjoy to the world
All the boys and girls now
Joy to the fishes[br]ln the deep blue sea
Joy to you and me
-Yes, this is Dr. Cooper.[br]-What's that?
Superman. Super nothing.
That's super nothing!
That's right, super boy is not[br]getting out of this tub...
...untiI he's as cIean as a whistIe.
And super mom is going[br]to be very happy.
I can't move that far.
Come here. Come here.[br]Head on down.
Down onto the end.
Right on down there.[br]There's a spot.
-Here, I'II get it.[br]-No, I'II get it.
Let me put it in here.
You can drive[br]this to the cemetery.
Were you here?
What? No, AIex was staying[br]down here at the summer house.
Sarah and I were up at[br]the Richmond pIace with the kids.
-WeII, you're Iooking fit.[br]-So are you.
I want you to sit with ChIoe.
I've got to be up there, and it's[br]a IittIe tricky with AIex's foIks.
It's AIex's girIfriend.
I'II take care of her.
ChIoe, this is MichaeI.
This is ChIoe.
Do you want to sit up with us?
I'm going to sit here[br]by myseIf for a whiIe, okay?
...it is hard for us to beIieve...
...that the good Lord had a pIan.
This is one of those times.
I didn't know[br]AIex MarshaII personaIIy.
But after speaking[br]with his Ioved ones...
...I feeI that I do.
A briIIiant physics student[br]at the University of Michigan...
...who paradoxicaIIy chose to[br]turn his back on science...
...and taste of Iife[br]through a seemingIy...
...random series of occupations.
When a man Iike AIex...
...chooses to Ieave us, there is[br]something wrong in this worId.
I'm a paIIbearer.
This is not AIex.
This is the empty sheII of his body.
AIex is spirit now.
But why are we Ieft with this?
It makes me angry.
And I don't know[br]what to do with my anger.
Are not the satisfactions[br]of being a good man...
...among our common men...
...great enough to sustain us anymore?
Where did AIex's hope go?
Maybe that is the smaII resoIution...
...we can take from here today.
To try to...
...regain that hope...
...that must have eIuded AIex.
I did know AIex.
And I Ioved him.
See here today aII those peopIe[br]that AIex Ioved.
Not aII of us have been abIe to see[br]each other much these Iast years.
But neither time nor distance...
...couId break the bonds that we feeI.
AIex drew us together[br]from the beginning.
Now he brings us together again.
I don't know...
...why this happened.
But I do know...
...that there was aIways something[br]about AIex...
...that was too good for this worId.
I onIy hope...
...that wherever he is now....
...wiII be at WestgIade MemoriaI Park.
There wiII be a reception...
...at the home of HaroId and[br]Sarah Cooper...
...Karen BowIes, an oId coIIege friend[br]of AIex's...
...wiII pIay one of AIex's[br]favourite songs.
NichoIas, this is Richard.
PIeasure to meet you.
I just met Meg earIier.[br]Just before the--
Can I go over there?
Sam Weber, this is Richard.
ReaIIy enjoy your TV show.[br]My boys and I watch it aII the time.
Thank you.[br]WeII, we'II see you out there.
What is this?
It's pretty strong stuff.
I feeI terribIe.
Last time I spoke with AIex,[br]we had a fight.
I yeIIed at him.
That's probabIy why he kiIIed himseIf.
What was the argument about?
I toId him he was wasting his Iife.
You aII right?
I'm a IittIe disappointed, though.[br]I wanted to ride up there.
I've aIways wanted to ride[br]in a Iimo.
I do haIf my work in Iimos.
Are you a chauffeur?
No, a journaIist.
I write for People magazine.
I can't beIieve you're stiII mad[br]about that thing.
This isn't the time.[br]Just drop it.
I wiII if you wiII. Today most of aII[br]we shouId remember we're friends.
And you're an actor?
Nothing Iike you described.[br]Not at aII.
Not one of those peopIe Iooks[br]Iike I thought they wouId.
I can't beIieve these are the peopIe[br]you've taIked about aII these years.
I'd Iove to hear the way you[br]describe me to them.
Amazing tradition. They throw you[br]a party on the one day you can't come.
So how Iong were they together?
Can't beIieve it.
His funeraI and she's stoned.
Karen and I are staying here tonight.[br]We fIy back to Detroit in the morning.
Are you staying?
I have to fIy[br]out to DaIIas tonight.
I'm interviewing[br]a 14-year-oId bIind baton twirIer.
Where do you[br]get those stories?
It's just good[br]investigative journaIism.
-How's your Iife?[br]-Great.
-Yours?[br]-Not so great.
We're teIIing the truth.
You heard about my divorce.
Yeah, I'm reaIIy sorry.
Are you J.T. Lancer?
No, no, that's the character I pIay.
I'm Sam Weber.
Can I have your autograph,[br]whoever you are?
You think it's time we[br]shouId be thinking about AIex?
I'II give you a buck.
Okay, you're on.
You'd never get a crowd[br]this big at my funeraI.
Come on. I'II come,[br]and I'II bring a date.
I know this is hard for you,[br]but it's aII beautifuI.
We put on a great funeraI here.
Maybe I'II have mine here too.
We give first preference to peopIe who[br]kiII themseIves in our bathroom.
That was a terribIe thing to say.
I don't know why I said that.
That's why I don't smoke anymore.[br]Dope makes me stupid.
You taIking about me?
Here's the guy who did this to me.
I no Ionger know[br]how to handIe myseIf stoned.
You don't have to[br]handIe yourseIf with us.
WiII you marry me?
Both of you?
That shit they got[br]about your marriage wasn't from me.
I didn't know they were doing a story,[br]or why you don't beIieve me.
-Let's drop it![br]-Say you beIieve me.
I beIieve you.[br]I aIways beIieve you.
Honest to God, I know it's crap.[br]That's why I'm getting out.
Yeah? What're you going to do?
I'm opening a cIub.
Like EIaine's, but hipper.[br]EIaine's is dead.
You got the money?
WeII, Iet me know.
What do you mean?
I might be interested.
So you and AIex were staying here?
We have a room downstairs.
WeII, we did.
I found him.
God, it must have been awfuI.
It was. It was a reaI mess.
What wiII you do now?.
We cIeaned it up.
Are you going to stay here?
Yeah, tiII Sarah kicks me out.
I'm sure she'd never do that.
That's right, if I may.[br]That's why I'm caIIing, Jim.
That way, I can have a piece for you[br]this week and next week....
Give me a break.[br]I'II fIy to DaIIas on Monday.
She won't regain[br]her eyesight over the weekend.
I know, but I think I've got[br]something good right here.
I don't know.[br]It's about everything.
Suicide, despair, where did our[br]hope go....
Lost hope.[br]That's it, Iost hope.
You think everything's boring.
You wouIdn't say that[br]if it was the ''Lost Hope Diet.''
MichaeI's office caIIed.
He doesn't have to be[br]in DaIIas tiII Monday.
He asked to stay the weekend.
HaroId, you didn't.
What couId I say?[br]He knows that Sam is staying...
...and Karen, Richard and Meg.
Meg's not staying.
Where wiII we put them?
We'II make room.
-Hey, Nick.[br]-How you doing?
Advertising's aII right.
A Iot of buIIshit[br]with cIients and stuff.
But it's aII right.
It's a decent Iiving.
Not as much as we spend, of course.
Just kidding.[br]It's exactIy as much as we spend.
What have you got, an oiI Ieak?[br]Can I give you a hand?
I think I got it.
I feeI Iike I have never been[br]aIone in my own house.
Never. Either Richard is there,[br]or the boys or the housekeeper.
Remember those Iab rats who went[br]crazy when deprived of privacy?
They're Iiving with you too?
-ShouId we push the beds together?[br]-Why?
Okay. How about further apart?
In January we open in Greensboro.
And in ApriI, our second store[br]in CharIeston.
How many is that now?.
Twenty-seven and twenty-eight.
Better watch out.[br]Some big monster wiII buy you.
We've had offers.
Who wouId've thought we'd both[br]make so much bread?
Good thing it's not[br]important to us.
Fuck them if they can't[br]take a joke.
ChIoe. Hi, you there?
I just wanted to...
...make sure you're okay.
-Yeah, I'm fine.[br]-Good.
Are you kidding?
So I'm in the PhiIadeIphia PubIic[br]Defender's office.
My cIients were the scum of the earth.[br]Extreme repulsivos.
One of them got caught[br]in the house.
He and his friends beat up[br]the husband, rape the wife...
...then tried to bIow the pIace up.[br]When I ask what happened, he says:
''I was in MontreaI at the time.''
Who'd you think your cIients wouId be?[br]Grumpy and Sneezy?
Huey and Bobby.
I don't know.[br]I just didn't think they'd be...
Then I Ieft.
A Iaw schooI friend is at a firm[br]in AtIanta doing reaI estate Iaw.
I went to see them.
The offices were very cIean...
...and the cIients were onIy[br]raping the Iand...
...and then of course[br]there was the money.
El greedo strikes again.
Sarah has that robe.
Not this weekend she doesn't.
I aIways jump her[br]when she wears it.
HaroId, don't you[br]have any other music?
Like, from this century?
There is no other music in my house.
There's been a Iot of terrific music[br]in the Iast 10 years.
How about you, MichaeI?[br]TeII us about bigtime journaIism.
Where I work we have[br]onIy one editoriaI ruIe:
No writing Ionger than an average person[br]can read during an average crap.
I'm tired of having[br]my work read in the can.
PeopIe read Dostoyevsky in the can.
But they can't finish it.
This certainIy is a famiIiar scene.
I'm feeIing very guiIty about it.
I'm happy to be here,[br]but I'm sick about the reason.
I'm going to bed.
I'm sorry.[br]We couId taIk about something eIse.
That's okay. I'm exhausted.[br]Good night, everyone.
I'II be up in a minute.
Good night, Sarah.
HaroId, I'm sorry.
We aII feeI that way.
I forget what this is Iike.
In L.A., I don't know who to trust.
I feeI Iike everybody[br]wants something from me.
I know that sounds terribIe,[br]but it's true.
TeII me about it.[br]It's a coId worId out there.
Sometimes I think[br]I'm getting frosty myseIf.
I don't know what peopIe[br]think about me.
I don't know why they Iike me,[br]or even if they do Iike me.
You don't have[br]that probIem here.
You know I don't Iike you.
I was just coming down.
What are we doing?
I didn't get to taIk to you before.[br]You got me stoned too quick.
But I'm okay now.
I'm just drunk and therefore brave.
I've aIways been[br]a cowardIy drunk myseIf.
I bought the Iand three years ago.
He and ChIoe were working on it.[br]There's an oId house they were fixing up.
It's reaIIy pretty. I can take you[br]out there tomorrow if you want.
That's what I don't get.[br]It's one of the things I don't get.
He was reaIIy[br]invoIved in that.
It seemed to reaIIy mean[br]something to him.
I went with him three weeks ago[br]to buy a tabIe saw.
Why does he do a thing Iike that?
I shouId've known.
-How couId you know?.[br]-Nobody knew.
I can't even beIieve it now.
I don't care.[br]I shouId've known.
AII I want is a IittIe warmth.
Did I ever teII you...
...what happened to me in Vietnam?
It's a fucking bat, and I think[br]it touched my hair!
I hate them![br]They're Iike rats with wings.
No, pigeons are rats with wings.
-They're harmIess. They eat mosquitos.[br]-I'm going to wash my hair and puke.
-Puke first, of course.[br]-Stand aside!
That's cashmere![br]Give me that.
I'II be right bat.
Where'd it go?
Listen for it.
It makes weird sound.[br]Kind of:
It's quiet in here.
It's too quiet.
Look out, Nick!
Behind you.[br]Here, Iet me open this.
Maybe it'II spIit.
Okay, now we got a fair fight.
Keep yourmouth shut.[br]l'll do the talking.
You can't go in there.
l told you never to[br]walk in here without knocking.
I'm not sure.
What's it about?
I don't know.
I think the guy in the hat[br]did something terribIe.
-Who wants to be next?[br]-Like what?
You're so anaIyticaI.
Sometimes you just have to Iet art...
...fIow over you.
I'm hungry.[br]I had this reaIIy dirty dream.
Was it about Karen?
-Why do you say that?[br]-Why shouId anything have changed?
You're the one she aIways wanted.
In the oId days, I wasn't emotionaIIy[br]equipped to satisfy her.
Now the equipment doesn't[br]work at aII.
Why do we have to taIk about that?
Come on in the kitchen with me.
I think she found what she was[br]Iooking for in Richard.
Be carefuI what you want,[br]young Iady...
...or you wiII sureIy get it.
What're you doing up?[br]Why didn't you come in?
I didn't reaIize anybody eIse was up.
I've been thinking[br]about your friend AIex.
Did you ever meet him?
Karen's toId me some.[br]I'm imagining mostIy.
I never sIeep through the night.[br]Insomnia. Karen doesn't know.
I might have something[br]that can heIp.
I don't mind it.
Sometimes when my famiIy's asIeep,[br]I sit downstairs and it's so quiet.
I hate not being abIe to sIeep,[br]but I don't mind the time aIone.
Sometimes I think the thing about kids[br]is their instant priorities.
You know you must[br]protect and provide for them...
...and sometimes it means your Iife[br]isn't exactIy how you want it to be.
...asshoIe at work you[br]have to kowtow to...
...and sometimes you do things[br]you never thought you'd do.
But you try to[br]minimize that stuff...
...and be the best person[br]you can be.
But you set your priorities.[br]And that's the way Iife is.
I wonder if[br]your friend AIex knew that.
One thing's for sure:[br]he couIdn't Iive with it.
I know I shouIdn't taIk.[br]You guys knew him.
But the thing is...
...nobody said it was[br]going to be fun.
At Ieast nobody said it to me.
You can't run in those shoes.[br]I'II get you some good shoes.
I'm about to teII you something I'm[br]not supposed to teII anyone.
Then maybe you shouIdn't.
I aIready toId AIex.
Look what happened to him.
In a few months, a very Iarge[br]corporation...
...a congIomerate, is going to[br]buy my very smaII company.
Anyone who has our stock[br]wiII tripIe their money.
That's how AIex couId afford[br]to buy the Iand.
I was thinking you couId use[br]the information...
...to get into another Iine of work.
You never Iearn, do you?
By teIIing you, I've vioIated about 16[br]reguIations...
...of the Securities Exchange[br]Commission.
So pIease don't repeat it.
I Ioved AIex.
What happened between[br]him and Sarah...
...hurt, I can't deny that.
But that was five years ago.
We aII got over it.
I think they feIt as bad as I did.
...they onIy sIept together[br]a few times.
But in a way, their affair[br]had been going on since Ann Arbor.
She didn't marry AIex.
You'II expIain everything?
I'II expIain to them.
Have a safe trip.
That's the troubIe with these.[br]You must watch them every minute.
Did I miss Karen and Richard?
Just Richard.[br]Karen's staying the weekend.
But not Richard?
Went back to be with the kids.
How did Richard feeI about it?
If you sIeep this Iate,[br]you'II miss a few mini-dramas.
I just hope you'II wake me[br]for anything ugIy.
How do actors Iearn aII those Iines?[br]How do you remember them?
My wife used to run them with me,[br]but now my maid does.
-Your maid?[br]-That's how she Iearned EngIish.
Sarah says to make three[br]of those miIks nonfat.
Sure you don't mind this?
I'II never remember that.[br]WiII you?
I don't know.
If we'd gotten married, we'd[br]go shopping Iike this.
No, if we'd gotten married,[br]I'd be doing this aIone.
No, I did not say that, MoIIy.[br]I said we'II see.
I don't have to[br]expIain it, young Iady.
I want you to do it because I said so.[br]Understand?
When you're a mother you can be mean.
AII right, you can do that.[br]TeII CarmeIina I said it's okay.
I Iove you, sweetheart.[br]Daddy wiII caII you Iater.
Sometimes I don't beIieve[br]what I hear myseIf saying.
So you came back from Vietnam...
...a changed man.
Well, why don't youjust[br]tell everybody?
Then, in 1972...
...you returned to the University of[br]Michigan...
...to enter the doctoral program[br]in psychology.
But you couldn't seem to[br]finish that dissertation.
l could have. l chose not to.
l'm not hung up on[br]this completion thing.
Then you had manyjobs,[br]all ofwhich you quit.
What are you getting at?[br]l was evolving.
I'm stiII evoIving.
But your reaI fame came[br]as a radio psychoIogist...
...on KSFO in San Francisco.
I wouIdn't caII it fame exactIy.[br]I had a smaII...
...deepIy disturbed foIIowing.
What are you doing...
Or I shouId say,[br]what have you evoIved into now?.
Oh, I'm in saIes.
What are you seIIing?
I don't have to answer that.
We're Ieaving.[br]Have you seen ChIoe?
We're on the air here.
Sorry, paI. Got to go.
Just answer that Iast question.
I said, ''I've got to go.''
So what happened to your partner?
He wasn't my partner.[br]He had the idea for the cIub.
He's out of it now.[br]We weren't conducive.
We got together and hypered[br]each other into a frenzy.
His wife Ieft for a younger woman,[br]he couIdn't make Iove.
He was hospitaIized for[br]being such a nerd.
So he's out of it?
Yeah, he's out. It's just me,[br]Iooking for investors.
AIex and I made Iove the night[br]before he died. It was fantastic.
He went out with a bang,[br]not a whimper.
They're either married or gay.
If they're not gay, they've broken up[br]with the most wonderfuI woman...
...or they've broken up with a bitch[br]who Iooks Iike me.
They're in transition from a monogamous[br]reIationship and need space.
Or they're tired of space,[br]but can't commit.
Or they want to commit[br]but are afraid to get cIose.
They want to get cIose and you don't[br]want them near.
Can't be that bad.
You don't know.
I've been out there dating[br]for 20 years.
I know in the first 15 seconds[br]if there's a chance in the worId.
At Ieast you're[br]giving them a fair shot.
Easy for you to say.[br]Married to HaroId, the perfect man.
Sometimes I think I don't[br]want a man anymore.
So here I sit on my[br]ticking bioIogicaI cIock.
The onIy thing I've known my entire Iife[br]is that I want to have a chiId.
Don't remind me.[br]It was the right thing to do at the time.
So what do you do?
I'm going to have a baby.
She was young when[br]Robin and I divorced.
Now she has a new father.
Sometimes I think it's confusing[br]to her when I'm around.
I don't know.
-I don't need it.[br]-God knows I don't.
-We shouId think of the others.[br]-Don't want to be seIfish.
I know Sarah and Meg wouId[br]want some of this Fudge RoyaIe.
They have no seIf-controI.
And the Cherry Nugget too, I think.
I don't know.
Maybe I don't want to[br]give her the time.
CouId I be that big an asshoIe?
That's what's great about the outdoors:[br]It's one giant toiIet.
Maybe you shouId put a spot Iike[br]this in your cIub.
It wiII be big.[br]You shouId take it more seriousIy.
You'd have your own tabIe[br]waiting at aII times.
I'm considering it.[br]I've aIways wanted my own tabIe.
Now, I'd have a chair too, right?
Remember senior year we were aII going to[br]buy that Iand near Saginaw?.
What happened with that?
We didn't have any money.
That's when property was a crime.
You know, it's raining.
It's nice, isn't it?
You're not afraid of snakes, are you?
You're a doctor.[br]Doctors know everything.
Be supportive for a minute and[br]shut up.
I've been taking my temperature[br]and I know I'm ovuIating.
The ground is ready.[br]I need someone to pIant the seed.
Who's going to be the Iucky farmer?
These are the best guys I know.[br]My favourite men in the worId.
UnfortunateIy, I found out Nick is[br]no Ionger a candidate.
MichaeI's a possibiIity,[br]but I think as a faIIback position.
So to speak.
So that Ieaves Sam.
-HaroId's not good enough for you?[br]-Are you kidding? I'd Iove it.
But I couIdn't ask that of you.
Anyway, HaroId's got enough kids.
That's very considerate.[br]Too bad Richard Ieft.
Have you and Sam discussed it, or[br]are you pIanning a surprise attack?
Why shouId he have a probIem with it?
There won't be obIigations.[br]I Iove him as a friend.
I assume he Ioves me.[br]He'd do anything for me.
Somehow I feeI it isn't quite[br]this simpIe.
For one thing, it doesn't[br]aIways happen the first time.
That's not what they toId[br]us in high schooI.
This is great.[br]This is reaIIy great.
AIex Ioved this pIace.
I can understand it.[br]It's terrific.
You remind me of AIex.
I ain't him.
Nobody thinks they're[br]a badperson.
l don't claim people[br]think they do the right thing.
They may know they do[br]dishonest ormanipulative things...
...but think there's a good reason[br]forit.
They think it'll turn out[br]for the best.
lfit turns out best for them, it[br]is by definition what's best.
You also come up against[br]a question ofstyle.
My style may be too direct.
Perhaps given my style[br]l seem more nakedly...
...opportunistic orjerky or....
What was the other thing?
All that's happening is[br]l'm trying to get what l want.
Which is what we all do, but[br]theirstyles are so warm...
...you don't realize[br]they're trying to get what they want.
So my transparent efforts[br]are more honest and admirable.
Why does this sound[br]like a massive rationalization?
Don't knock rationalization.[br]Where would we be without it?
l don't know anyone who can go a day[br]without 2 or3 rationalizations.
They're more important than sex.
Nothing's more important than sex!
Evergone a week[br]without a rationalization?
What's your shoe size?
Six and a haIf.
StiII the best way to determine[br]if it's ready.
-Meg, what's your shoe size?[br]-Who wants to know?.
What, it's about a six and a haIf?.
It used to be, but now it's seven.
-Your feet grow as you get oIder.[br]-I wish everything did.
How much Ionger?[br]Everything's getting coId.
After 12 years you haven't[br]Iearned to make anything eIse?
-I've improved on it.[br]-Now it's edibIe?
-The meaI is ready. Let's go.[br]-J.T. Lancer!
Let's go watch this incredibIe show!
Oh, my God!
Come on, Sam.
Look at that hunk of man, kids.
He's so handsome.
You forgot your Dramamine.
-Turn that off.[br]-No, it's great!
Does the suit[br]come with the machete?
Why are you doing this to me?
You Iook great!
There she is.
I interviewed this girI.
Where is this?[br]I'm going to HoIIywood.
''I want a Margarita now!''
Kids, don't try that at home.[br]That's a warning.
Watch out for that stick shift!
-Two at once?[br]-He's done a Iot of pec work.
My favourite part!
Here it is.
-Say, baby, Iet's eat.[br]-Come on, big guy!
-The pasta's ruined now.[br]-You get money when that airs?
One thing I do want is[br]a Cosmic Invaders game for my traiIer...
...so Nick and I can watch it[br]and kick back.
-What? I don't want to hear this.[br]-What do you mean?
Video games?[br]You reIax with video games?
Don't knock video games.
I Iet you guys out of sight and you[br]deveIop moronic interests.
Don't knock morons.
WouId you prefer we got[br]into heavy drugs?
That might be better.
No offense, Nick.
He shouId be here.
I feeI Iike we shouId've[br]had a chair for AIex.
Of course, we don't have[br]enough food.
This is aII so famiIiar.
I Iove you aII so much.[br]That sounds gross, doesn't it?
No, it doesn't.
I feeI I was at my best[br]when I was with you peopIe.
I know what you mean.
When I Iost touch with this group...
...I Iost my idea of what I shouId be.
Maybe that's what happened to AIex.
We expected something of each other then.[br]We needed that.
Getting away from you peopIe[br]was the best thing to ever happen to me.
I mean, how much sex, fun,[br]friendship can one man take?
Had to get out in the worId,[br]get dirty.
No, I think Sam is right.
There was something in me then...
...that made me want to go to HarIem[br]and teach ghetto kids.
I was going to heIp the scum, as I so[br]compassionateIy caII them now.
Some of them are scum.
Some of us are scum.
So what's the thrust here?[br]We were great then and we're shit now?.
I don't buy that.
That's not what we're saying.
I don't know.
I'd hate to think it was aII just...
It wasn't.[br]We accompIished things.
-AII evidence to the contrary.[br]-You're just taking a position.
Sometimes I think[br]I've put that time down...
...just so I can Iive with[br]how I am now.
HeIp me with these bIeeding hearts.
I know what AIex wouId say.
What's for dessert?
I'm not cynicaI about dessert.
-Want to Ioad the dishwasher?[br]-I'd be thriIIed.
I think I've just been too sIow[br]to reaIize...
...that peopIe our age with histories[br]Iike ours...
...having gone through the same stuff...
...couId be dishonest, unprincipIed,[br]backstabbing sIeazebaIIs.
CouId have toId you that[br]a Iong time ago.
I was prejudiced in their favour.[br]I thought because they Iook Iike us...
...and taIked Iike us they wouId[br]think Iike us.
I know that Richard[br]wiII aIways be faithfuI to me.
A IittIe trust.
Fear of herpes.
It's not right.
AIex is stiII warm.
Can't bIame ChIoe.[br]She's a kid.
MichaeI hasn't changed.
Ever meet MichaeI's girIfriend,[br]Annie?
She teaches the fourth grade.[br]StiII teaching in HarIem.
It's not right.
I can't keep my eyes open.
I don't want to[br]go to bed, but I must.
-You reaIIy don't want to?[br]-I must.
But you don't...
Come with me.
You want me to what?
Come on, Sam.[br]Don't make me say it again.
You've given me a massive headache.
You're not going to[br]use that oId excuse, are you?
You've got good genes.
Where'd ChIoe go?
She's coming right back.
No, I'm not in the mood.
Wait a minute.[br]What is that, a Iude?
You want it?
Do you take a haIf?.
FuII stomach, I'd take a whoIe.
Right, I'm sure you wouId.
What the heII. L'Chaim!
There's a shift in your[br]perceptions of the worId.
Forever you're responsibIe for another[br]Iiving thing.
But it's a huge commitment.
A commitment that has nothing to do...
...with IegaI names[br]and IegaI obIigations.
I'm sorry, Meg.
I'd Iove to heIp you but I can't.
You know, you're something.
I Iove you.
-ReaIIy, I can't.[br]-I accept that!
I mean, I reaIIy Iove you.[br]You're a nice person.
So you want to fuck?
Then one day I was driving home.
They were running a tape[br]of one of my shows.
I heard myseIf taIking[br]to someone who had caIIed up.
Someone in reaI pain.
I Iistened for about 45 seconds.[br]And I'm taIking...
...Iike I know them and understand...
...and have something[br]usefuI to say about their Iives.
The worst part was they[br]beIieved me.
I quit the next day.
You heIped me.
I was 15 and my famiIy was[br]Iiving in OakIand.
And I used to[br]Iisten to you every night.
One night I caIIed you up.
I was upset and thought[br]something was wrong with me.
-Like I was a pervert.[br]-What did I say?
That I'd be okay if I did[br]my homework...
...and went to bed at a reasonabIe hour.
You were right. It was okay.
I don't want to discuss this now.
Why? You have more peopIe[br]to teII about the stock thing?
It's reaIIy a charming side of you.
Remind me to[br]get more cocaine tomorrow.
If you teII everyone about the stock deaI,[br]it wiII bIow up in your face.
Who wiII you teII next? MichaeI?
He came down here to find investors for[br]that moronic cIub of his.
-He came down for AIex's funeraI.[br]-Maybe.
You are in no condition[br]to discuss this now.
You can't change peopIe's Iives!
Who do you think you are,[br]John Beresford Tipton?
I'm going to sIeep.
How can you go to sIeep?[br]I'm not even tired.
Some say suicide is[br]the uItimate act of seIf-absorption.
AIex didn't commit suicide.[br]It was an accident.
That's right, he was shaving.[br]AIex had hairy wrists.
Masturbation's the uItimate act[br]of seIf-absorption.
You jerk off?.
Does a bear have fIeas?
No, does a bear[br]shit in the woods?
Does a bear jerk off?.
I shit in the woods,[br]but I can't jerk off.
We're trying to avoid[br]deaIing with AIex.
Every time it comes up,[br]someone changes the subject.
It's a dead subject.
I get reaI tired of these jokes.
What are we afraid of?.[br]To show our emotions?
Are we mad at him for[br]Ieaving no expIanations?
I couId say something funny[br]about that. But I won't.
Great, they got here earIy.
Thanks, Toby.[br]I appreciate it.
Yes, sir, Mr. Cooper.[br]It was my pIeasure.
Yes, sir, Mr. Cooper. Sir.
Give me a break, that's my name.
So you just feII asIeep?
That's what I just said,[br]didn't I?
About five times.
I didn't know him in the bibIicaI sense.[br]Is that cIear?
I don't know why you're touchy.
I don't know why you're curious.
These feeI great.
I'm never taking these off.[br]I wiII sIeep in them.
Which doesn't mean he'II[br]have sex with them.
Is there any saIt and pepper, pIease?
What do you think about[br]this Iatest brainstorm of MichaeI's?
I'm not sure I want to be part owner[br]of a jet-set greasy spoon.
Think we couId[br]staII him for a whiIe?
What is that?
Nick wanted to[br]take a Iook at the property.
He'II be back before[br]the game starts.
Are we the first ones up?
You remember.[br]AIex used to caII me Sam the Sham.
Don't say that.[br]It was reaI.
I stood with thousands of peopIe[br]Iistening to you. You moved them.
Now I reach[br]miIIions of peopIe every week.
HeII, it's just garbage.
That's not true.[br]You entertain peopIe.
God knows, we need that now.
I try once every show[br]to put something of vaIue in there.
-But I don't know.[br]-You do.
I can see it.
I feeI my kids have[br]gotten something from J.T. Lancer.
There you go.[br]You've done something.
You and Richard have[br]buiIt something for yourseIves.
You know the secret of Richard?
Remember my father?
I didn't want that[br]to happen to me.
Richard Iooked Iike aII that[br]had been missing in my chiIdhood.
A man Iike that couId[br]buiId a stabIe environment for chiIdren.
And he did.
It's just that now....
WeII, you know.
WeII, it's not Iike[br]taIking to you.
AII my Iife, deep inside...
...I feIt there was something I wanted[br]to express...
...but aIways feIt, I don't know,[br]stymied.
I'm proud of what I did.[br]I'm doing a good job of raising my sons.
If it meant giving up[br]my writing, that's the way it goes.
-You don't remember my writing.[br]-Sure I do.
It's just poems and short stories.
I didn't show it to many peopIe.
Why taIk about it?[br]I made my decision.
My chiIdren come first.
It's just that now it Ieaves[br]kind of a...
...I don't know, a space.
And aII of Richard's...
...country cIubs and home improvements[br]and business deaIs...
...are pretty superficiaI stuff.
I'm not compIaining.[br]WeII, maybe I am.
...being with you...
...opens me up somehow.
Hail to the conquering heroes.[br]Come on, the game's starting!
You don't want to miss[br]any of the BIue.
Yes, you do, aII right.
And you were ready to write[br]this one offat 10-0.
-l didn't say anything about that.[br]-l saw that smile.
That pass, I can't beIieve it.
Go, go, go!
A fIag? What?
What are they caIIing that?
-What is that?[br]-CIipping.
That was a cIean hit.
-He cIipped him.[br]-What are you taIking about?!
Clipping.[br]Called against Michigan.
Come on, BIue, you're not supposed to[br]foId tiII the fourth quarter.
Don't heckIe Bo.[br]He's got enough pressure.
Where is Nick?[br]I can't beIieve he's missing this.
Teach them the basics, Bo.[br]UgIiest heImets in the worId.
I don't know.
Sometimes I wonder[br]if I was sick of being a good girI.
I couId be counted on[br]to do the right thing.
It's a disgusting curse.
ProbabIy thought AIex couId touch[br]that part of me...
...that was unpredictabIe and magic.
The part I was aIways afraid of.
Who knows if it's even there?
When it was over, everything[br]went back to how it was before.
That's what we aII agreed.[br]That's what we aII said.
I was sorry everyone knew, but that was[br]as much my fauIt as anything.
...things weren't reaIIy the same.
AIex withdrew from me then.
I was probabIy different with him.
We never wanted HaroId to think that....
You can imagine.
So we finaIIy consummated[br]this ancient Iurking passion.
AII it had done was[br]put up a waII in our friendship.
He's not passing!
Nobody in the area.[br]Who was he passing to?
I'm sure you're happy.[br]He threw it right to you!
They're fIying up a new quarterback[br]from Texas or something.
What? I didn't throw the baII.
So what am I, chopped Iiver?
-What are you taIking about?[br]-You know.
-No, I don't.[br]-You know.
You asked Sam.
What is this, pubIished somewhere?
You know we can do it.[br]We've done it.
Remember the march on Washington?[br]Armies of the night?
I thought you'd be gratefuI.
-You're sweeping me off my feet.[br]-I thought you wanted a kid.
Thank you, MichaeI.
This is a big decision.
I'II get back to you[br]in the third quarter.
Look at this! This couId be us![br]The next generation.
It couId be.[br]Think about it.
-How you doing, HaroId?[br]-Not bad.
This guy cIaims to be a guest.[br]That true?
Depends. What'd he do?
-For one, he ran a red Iight.[br]-No, I didn't.
-He became verbaIIy abusive.[br]-You got etiquette Iaws here?
25 bucks he's hitting me for!
He couId be one of them Yankee[br]drug deaIers we sometimes get...
...passing through on their way[br]to FIorida.
This is my Iawyer.[br]I don't have to take this.
It's true, officer.[br]Do you have probabIe cause?
Excuse me, aren't you J.T. Lancer?
Yes, sir, Officer.
I'II be.[br]What's that make you, Perry Mason?
You know, Pete.[br]He does Iook suspicious to me too.
Let's take him out back[br]and kick the shit out of him.
Must be quick.[br]The second haIf of the game's starting.
I'd be wiIIing to drop this[br]whoIe thing...
...if you couId persuade Mr. Lancer[br]into showing us...
...how he hops into[br]that sports car on TV.
I'd reaIIy appreciate it.
I watch that show every week[br]and I've aIways wondered.
MyseIf, I aIways have to open[br]the damn car door.
You have a hard top.
Don't do it.
Go for it.
I don't beIieve this.
It's not that bad, guys!
Don't taIk.[br]Don't try to taIk.
Make sure you keep his arm up.
Am I going to need a tetanus shot?
-You won't amputate, wiII you?[br]-I got to see.
What about my career?
I am sorry.[br]I thought they couId do that stuff.
It's not your fauIt.
-Enjoy that second haIf, now.[br]-WiII do.
Since when did you[br]get so friendIy with cops?
You know, you're fucking stupid.
That cop has twice kept[br]this house from being ripped off.
Happens to be a heII of a guy.
Come on, what is it?
What is it with you?
Is jaiI another experience to try?[br]See what it's Iike?
You know, I Iive here.
This pIace means something to me.[br]I'm dug in.
I don't need this shit.
You know, I reaIIy can do it.
It's these damn running shoes.[br]They practicaIIy kiII me.
We know you can.
Being a private eye[br]is dangerous work.
I got to get[br]back to the game, coach.
We're deep in the third quarter.
Just testing.[br]A IittIe joke.
MichaeI has graciousIy[br]agreed to act as stud for me.
A repeat performance.
He didn't say that, did he?
WeII, it's aImost that romantic.
What are you going to do?
I can't do it with him.[br]Too much history, it's not right.
I can't beIieve this.[br]I'm just deciding this as we speak.
It's not going to happen this weekend.
Maybe it's a sign from God[br]that I shouId reconsider.
Too bad I'm an atheist.
-Like what?[br]-Say anything.
TeII us about your past.
-I Iived with AIex.[br]-Before that.
I don't Iike taIking[br]about my past as much as you guys do.
Okay, I'II buy that.
Can you teII us[br]something about AIex?
WeII, he was cute.
He said we made a good coupIe because I[br]had no expectations and he had too many.
He believed in reincarnation.
He neverate meat.
He said he was afraid[br]he would come back someday as a steak.
He said he should have[br]accepted that Rutledge fellowship.
What's the matter, Nick?
Two, three, four.
The biggest mistake I made was not[br]trying harder to steaI you from Nick.
You know I aIways[br]wanted you to try.
I never got that feeIing.
I guess you weren't[br]paying attention.
It's a IittIe Iate now, isn't it?
What are you saying?
I think you know.
I think you've known[br]this whoIe weekend.
Wait, you mean you and Richard...?
See?[br]You've aIways been abIe to read me.
You know my Iife with Richard[br]isn't working.
WeII, I knew you two[br]weren't exactIy....
But I didn't think--
I'm going to Ieave him.
Let's get the Wonton Express roIIing.
You want to come aIong?
No, you go ahead.
I'II be right here.
Just cIimb in there reguIar, okay?
Listen to those guys.
Remember the night we[br]saw them in Cobo?
No, you probabIy don't.
You were haIIucinating[br]pretty bad that night.
We didn't even have any drugs.
Have you noticed anything[br]unusuaI about this weekend?
Other than AIex dying?
I've been getting[br]some pretty weird propositions.
I don't think I couId[br]Iive down here aII the time.
Last year I went to Hawaii[br]with my friend Reena.
We ate at a Chinese restaurant.[br]When they brought the fortune cookies...
...hers said,[br]''You'II never amount to anything.''
I don't beIieve it.
''Friendship is the bread of Iife...''
Wait a minute![br]''...but money is the honey.''
It doesn't say that.
-You're kidding.[br]-That's great!
Even fortune cookies[br]are getting cynicaI!
I think it's touching.
There's nothing I'd rather[br]do right now than make Iove to you.
When it's over...
...come into my Iife.
You and your kids[br]come out to L.A., move into my house.
There's pIenty of room.[br]It's IoveIy, it's great.
I can't do that.
It has to do with Robin.
No, it's not that.[br]My marriage is compIeteIy over.
When Robin and I broke up,[br]I had a miIIion good reasons.
A miIIion things that[br]were wrong with her, wrong with us.
When I think back on it now...
...and see my daughter with her new[br]father, I reaIize what broke us up.
What reaIIy did it,[br]and I hate to admit it, even now.
What did it was...
I couIdn't stick with it.
I'd hate to see you[br]make that same mistake.
You're a much better person than that.
Don't give me that shit!
For 15 years, you've acted Iike[br]I'm the one you reaIIy wanted.
You made sure everyone knew.
And now I come down here--
Don't be mad at him, honey.
WeII, it's caIIed an anus.
I'm sure it is boring to[br]hear it 20 times, but just ignore him.
Yes. Just a minute.
She's right here.
No, just hoId on.
HeIIo, muffin.[br]How are you?
You got it? Great!
When I saw it, I said I have one friend[br]in the worId who'd appreciate it.
That's going[br]to be our IittIe secret.
As soon as your[br]mommy and daddy say you can.
When do you get off from schooI?
So what wouId that have meant?
What do you mean?[br]It wouId've toId us something.
What are you taIking about?
Meg is pissed off because[br]AIex didn't Ieave a note.
-CouId he summed it up in a note?[br]-Maybe a Iong note.
I can sum up[br]peopIe's Iives in 32 paragraphs.
I did a rock band in a page and a haIf[br]and they had 2 drummers.
Do you think this is funny?
One of our best friends[br]kiIIs himseIf and we don't know why.
No one knows why anyone does anything.[br]Why did I choose these socks today?
There's a great equation:[br]Your socks, AIex's death.
They're pretty sad socks.
I beIieve that[br]everybody does everything to get Iaid.
Who said that? Freud?
No, I did.
AII I'm saying is how couId we[br]Iet AIex sIip away Iike that?
Maybe he Iet us sIip away.[br]I never heard from him.
-Did he hear from you?[br]-I tried. He resisted.
We saw him a Iot.[br]But he didn't teII us much.
Not me anyway.
I can't speak for Sarah.
I knew he was unhappy.[br]That doesn't teII you much.
I had no idea how bad it was.
I think he[br]wanted to cut off from us...
...because he was so unhappy[br]with where he was at.
Is that true, ChIoe?[br]Did you feeI that?
I don't know.[br]We had some good times.
I haven't met many happy peopIe[br]in my Iife. How do they act?
I'm sitting here and I reaIize...
...I don't know what he[br]did for the Iast 5 years.
I remember he Ieft[br]that caseworker job in Boston.
That was, what, '78 or so?
I don't know why he was doing that.
He was a scientific genius.[br]Why was he doing weIfare work?
Then the construction job.[br]What was that for?
He didn't know what to do.
I can reIate to that.
If you'd been in touch with him,[br]you couId've saved his Iife?
You have that effect on peopIe?[br]Keep them aII joIIy, do you?
Wise up, foIks.[br]We're aIone out there.
And tomorrow we're[br]going out there again.
It was straight of him not to cook up[br]a Reader's Digest condensation...
...of his screwed up Iife[br]for our entertainment.
I am sick of peopIe[br]seIIing their psyches for attention.
He was cIassier than that.
It was a reaI cIassy act[br]he puIIed in the bathtub.
For some peopIe it isn't a question[br]of why kiII yourseIf, but why not.
Give me a break.[br]Spare us the tragic existentiaI pose.
Didn't mean[br]to get into your area.
Come on now, guys.[br]We're aII friends here.
This is a weII-known dynamic.
I've seen it a miIIion times.[br]Some peopIe...
...ease the pain of separation by[br]denigrating their reIationship.
You're so deep.
I think MichaeI's right.
I feeI shitty[br]about 10 different ways tonight.
I don't want[br]to Iet any of this go.
That's heaIthy. The onIy way to avoid[br]pain is to pretend you don't care.
I know. I've Ieft[br]more pIaces than you'II ever go.
Give him your pose Iine, Sam.
There's the existentiaI man for you.[br]You're one tough cookie.
I couId say you're one...
...coId, manipuIative guy and it[br]wouIdn't bother you.
I'm deepIy hurt.
At Ieast our Iast night wiII be fun.
PIease don't do this, guys.
This is happening because we miss him.[br]And we're reaIIy hurting.
That's a crock of shit!
We're afraid[br]just the opposite is true.
AIex died for most of us[br]a Iong time ago.
I think you're a crock of shit.
Don't speak[br]for me or anybody eIse.
You hate your Iife.[br]That's your probIem.
-Don't teII us how we feeI, okay?[br]-That's it.
That's aII I'm saying.[br]If I hate my Iife, it's my probIem.
Too bad you weren't around[br]to comfort AIex as compassionateIy.
We go back a Iong way.
I won't piss that away[br]because you're higher than a kite.
A Iong time ago we knew[br]each other for a short period.
You don't know anything about me.
It was easy then.[br]No one had a cushier berth than we did.
It's not surprising our[br]friendship couId survive that.
It's onIy here in the worId[br]that it gets tough.
I don't care what you say.
I know I Ioved you[br]and everybody eIse here.
And I'II go on[br]beIieving that tiII I kick.
What's wrong with you?[br]What's happened to you?
I beIieve you can heIp other peopIe.[br]I reaIIy do.
Sorry about that.
I do too.
Not that you can[br]save them, probabIy not.
But you can do what you can do.
That's how I feeI.
So Iay into me now.[br]ReaIIy Iet me have it.
I was just trying[br]to keep the conversation IiveIy.
So you'II continue[br]to Iove me no matter what?
Just don't cross me.
CouId you heIp me[br]in here for a sec?
WeII, I think I've had enough.
I Iove you very much.
I want you to do[br]something for me.
I'd marry you, if you want.
No, wait. I did that.
Yes, you did.
It's about Meg.
You know, I don't do anything.
Come on in.[br]Nobody eIse wiII.
This bed has aIways[br]been Iucky for Sarah and me.
I got to try and reIax.
I think I just[br]forgot how to do it.
It's not going to come out right.
I feeI Iike I got[br]a great break on a used car.
I remember this.
I remember when he got this.
l must tell you...
...l'm picking up vibrations[br]here at the house.
l'm almost certain[br]there's sex going on around here.
Have l ever[br]told you how beautiful your eyes are?
Tell me about the club.
Fuck the club.[br]l couldn't deal with the hours.
lt'd be nothing but aggravation.
Let's say it becomes successful.[br]l become a star.
PeopIe magazine sends[br]a nasty schmuck like me...
...to do interviews. Big deal.
Nope. l'm going back to my novel.
l'll write[br]about this weekend.
What were you going to[br]write about before?
If Richard and I[br]bring the boys to L.A....
...maybe you couId[br]get us in to see a studio.
Richard wouId Iike that.
I'm the worst about writing.
But I promise I wiII,[br]from now on, answer your Ietters.
-Great.[br]-Good morning, youngsters.
So how did everybody[br]sIeep Iast night?
Did anybody sIeep Iast night?
I know I did.[br]AII aIone in my airpIane.
No co-piIot.[br]I sIept Iike a baby. Even wet the bed.
Drink your coffee, MichaeI.
I'II come see you[br]whether you Iike it or not.
WeII, good morning.
How you doing?
Don't have to be[br]in such a good mood.
Look what I found in AIex's papers.
I wiII be in Detroit[br]sometime on this deaI...
...and I'm just dying[br]to meet your boys.
I'd Iove it.
-You're aII weIcome in New York.[br]-Great!
Not in my apartment, you understand.[br]But in the city.
I'II accompany you anywhere,[br]even to EIaine's.
Thought EIaine's was dead.
That's why I can[br]get you guys in.
The coIumn I wrote about AIex[br]when he turned down the feIIowship.
This is not bad.[br]Good, cIean styIe.
Lean, economicaI, the right touch[br]of ideoIogicaI fanaticism.
I remember AIex[br]was angry about that.
What do you mean?[br]I made him famous.
Think he saved[br]it because he hated it?
He aIso saved[br]his induction notice.
I'm coIIecting addresses.[br]Do you have one?
Or shouId I copy down[br]your Iicense pIate?
You can reach[br]Nick here for a whiIe.
Nick and ChIoe wiII stay here[br]and do some work at the oId house.
I guess there's a certain[br]symmetry to that.
What's the fIight scheduIe here?[br]Is there any way...
...to coordinate[br]the airport transport?
I'II be gIad to drive somebody.
Great, if we can take HaroId's car.
Get HaroId to drive it.
You're no fun.
That won't be necessary.[br]We took a secret vote.
We're not Ieaving.[br]We're never Ieaving.
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