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[ Panting ]
[ Heart Beating ]
- [ Panting Continues ] - [ Beating Continues ]
[ Girl Laughing ]
[ Geese Honking ]
[ Panting ]
That shit !
- Hello ! - Hello !
[ Both Laughing ]
- So, did you ask 'em ? - Yep. They said fine.
- Oh, good ! - Sure it's okay with your mom, right ?
Yeah. She doesn't care. She's working.
- Isn't she coming up this weekend ? - I don't know.
So, uh, come on. How cute is he ? Spit it out.
-[ Giggling ] Oh, he's kind of gorgeous. -Yeah ?
He's sort of like a cousin, but not really.
- He wants to be a forest ranger. - Oh, good.
After dinner we could set a fire in your room, and he can come and rescue us.
You should have seen the look on her face.
- I never laughed so hard, I swear. - [ Chattering Continues ]
- Hi, Gulliver. How you doing, boy ? - [ Whinnying ]
- [ Nickering ] - Hey, Pilgrim.
- Come here. - [ Nickering Continues ]
Hey, babe. Such a beautiful boy.
What are you thinkin', huh ? What are you thinkin', boy ?
You wanna go for a ride ?
Let's go for a ride. Come on. Come on, boy. Come on.
[ Dial Tone, Phone Dialing ]
[ Phone Ringing ]
- Hello. - It's me.
- Hi. - Hi.
So what train are you taking ?
- Um, I should be in by 2:00. - Okay.
You want me to pick you up ?
No, I can take a cab. Grace go riding ?
Mm-hmm. What do you want to do about dinner ?
- I hadn't thought. - [ Phone Ringing ]
- I can ask to try that place-- - Oh, hang on.
- They're here, so-- - [ Ringing Continues ]
I'll let you go. We'll figure it out when you get here, okay ?
- [ Ringing Continues ] - Yeah. Okay. Okay, then. Bye. Hello.
[ Girls Giggling ]
- Oh, God, please ! - [ Chattering ]
Where are the paintings ? It's about her work, and we can't even see it.
- But we're trying to-- - We can change the color of the deck.
- And we can move it up so then you could see the pain-- - We need to see the paintings.
- She's an artist. Have you checked on her going rate ? - Gottschalk.
Yes, the legal department's on that right now.
- David ! - [ David ] Did you speak to Felton ?
Yes. We're suing.
Well, is that absolutely necessary ? It'll just make it a bigger story.
- Am I on the speaker ? - David, he signed an agreement...
that he wouldn't talk to the press,
and now he's libeled me by saying I faked the figures.
You're not going soft on me, are you ?
- Well, nothing like a good public feud. - Exactly.
- [ Girls Chattering, Giggling ] - You know that kid Adam ?
- Yeah ? - Mm-mmm. Very cute !
- I think you'd make a good couple. - I don't think so.
- You think he's cute? Are you serious? - I think he's cute.
[ Judith ] Who's that kid that lives next door to you ?
I think, I think, l-- [ Giggling ]
I think you have a crush on him.
All right. Let's take a shortcut. Let's take a shortcut.
- You know, we can't even read it. - Friday is confirmed.
No, no, no, no, no, no. We have to reshoot this.
- I said it - I said that
- I said it - I said that
- It's "that" ! I swear to God. - It, it, it, it !
- That, that ! - Fine. Let's start again. Ready ?
- All right. Fine, fine. - All right.
[ Together ] I met him at a party
And he told me how to drive
- He said he'd like to do it faster - [ Whinnying ]
I said it--
- Come on. - [ Chuckling ] Judith.
I said it It !
Come on.
- Gulliver. Gulliver, up ! Up, Gulliver. - [ Whinnies ]
- Judith ! - Hey ! No !
- No, no, no ! - Grace, look out !
- [ Yelling ] - [ Whinnying ]
Pilgrim !
- Judith ! Judith ! - Grace !
[ Whinnying ]
[ Whinnying Continues ]
- [ Grunts ] - Hello !
[ Giggling ]
- [ Whinnies ] - [ Whimpering ]
Gulliver !
Gulliver ! Stop !
Hold it, Gulliver !
Gulliver ! Come on !
[ Horn Honking ]
[ Pilgrim Whinnying ]
[ Whinnying ]
[ Heart Beating ]
[ Phone Ringing ]
[ Whispers ] Judith's dead.
And what about Grace ?
- She's in pretty bad shape. - [ Man ] It's a multiple trauma.
- Where is she ? - She's still in the O.R.
O.R. ? What for ?
It's, it's, it's a mid-shaft tib-fib fracture with a vascular compromise,
meaning the blood supply to the lower leg--
I think they have to take part of the leg off.
Which leg ?
The right leg.
[ Nickering ]
- Oh, Jesus. - [ Whimpering ]
[ Woman Whispering ] Okay.
[ Snorting ]
- [ Snorting Continues ] - Just take it easy.
This is gonna be tough on both of us.
So let's not make it any harder than it has to be.
[ Whinnies ]
[ Panting ]
[ Machine Beeping ]
[ Machine Beeping ]
- That bag's almost empty. - Oh, they'll be in to change it.
Leave it up to these people. Excuse me.
- My daughter needs a new l.V. - Yes, I know. We have her down.
Well, I'd like it taken care of now, please.
You have to stand up to these people constantly.
I'm sorry.
- Thank you. - Thank you.
We really should let her get some rest, and I do have to change the bandage.
You can come back in a couple of hours and see how she's doing.
[ Woman ] Mrs. MacLean ?
Mrs. MacLean, you have a call on line two. You can take it right there.
- Hello. - Annie, it's Liz. How's Grace ?
[ Sighs ] Her leg was very damaged, and they had to remove it.
Oh, God. Annie, I'm so sorry.
Listen, l, I know that you're being hit with a lot now.
It's hard to think about anything else, but I have to talk to you about Pilgrim.
Hello ?
Yeah, I'm here.
I've never seen an animal with these injuries still breathing.
I'd like your permission to put him down.
- It's, it's really the best thing-- - Uh, l-- Y-- Uh--
- You mean shoot him ? - Annie.
Well, um--
Um, look, Liz. The doctor's here right now,
and l, I can't... make this decision on my own.
Annie, I understand that, but I have to know--
- Just do what you can, okay ? - No matter what I do, this horse will never be the same.
Well, look, l, l, l, I just don't know. It's Grace's horse--
- It's not right to make it suffer. - I cannot deal with this now.
I-lf you need a yes or a no, then don't do it.
Okay ? Just, just, just, j-just do what you can for him, okay ?
Okay ? Just, just, just, j-just do what you can for him, okay ?
Animal should be put down. Anybody can see that.
What did he say ?
Nothing. He's just going off duty.
Well, that's important information, huh ?
Doctors, huh.
I'm gonna get to know all the nurses' names.
It's, it's good to know their names.
- I'll go get some of her things. - I'll go.
No, I'll go. You stay,
in case she wakes up.
- [ Thudding ] - [ Whinnying ]
[ Snorting ]
[ Whinnying Continues ]
[ Car Horns Honking ]
You guys go on ahead. I'll be up by Christmas.
[ Robert ] I meant to tell you. I got those tickets for the Knicks game.
- Good. - Wanna come, Annie ?
No. Why don't you go with a friend, Grace ?
Wanna eat something else, honey ? We can order out something else.
No, I'm just not that hungry. That's all.
Well, you should try to eat anyway. It's the only way you're gonna--
I said I wasn't hungry.
- Wanna watch some television ? - She should finish first.
Maybe. I just-- I-- I can't.
- Here. - I'm sorry.
No, Dad ! I got it. Got it.
[ Softly ] Sorry.
- You've gotta stop doing that. - What ?
Helping her all the time,
running to her every time she trips, anticipating her.
You know, Annie, this didn't just happen to you.
[ Bell Ringing ]
[ Chattering ]
[ Girl ] Hi, Grace.
I don't care what he told you. The man's a liar.
He's an actor, for God's sake.
- He'd do anything to get a cover. - [ Phone Ringing ]
Gracie, what happened ?
It doesn't matter. I just--
I don't wanna come back. That's all.
Well, what are you gonna do ? I mean, you have to go to school, sweetheart.
I said no ! I don't want to come back. That's it. I wanna go home.
Grace, listen to me, hmm ?
Your leg is just healing, and you have to give the rest of you time as well.
Is that your version of a pep talk ?
Well, you're not staying home all day, feeling sorry for yourself.
You're gonna get up, and you're gonna figure this out.
It's still early. What's your next class ?
[ Rock, Muffled ]
It don't mean a thing without an attitude
No, no, no
- Attitu-- - [ Music Stops ]
[ Man Announcing On TV ] An excellent jump. Head and hands, eyes, perfect.
Pilgrim moves with absolute confidence at the command of Miss MacLean.
[ Announcer Continues, lndistinct ]
- What is it, sweetheart ? - I wanna see Pilgrim.
[ Thunder Rumbling ]
[ Thunder Rumbling ]
[ Beeping ]
- Hello. - Hi.
It's so good to see you. How are you doing ?
- She's doing just great. Aren't you ? - I'm fine.
Watch your step.
[ Liz ] Mind how you go. It's muddy back there.
- [ Thumping, Whinnying ] - Back there ?
What do you mean ? Why isn't he in the barn with the other horses ?
[ Snorting, Thumping ]
- [ Whinnying, Thumping Continue ] - Well, Grace, you see,
Pilgrim just isn't the same horse that he used to be.
As a matter of fact, maybe now's not the best time for you to see him.
I really wanna see him.
- Can you open it, please ? - [ Snorting ]
Hey !
Hello, beautiful boy.
- [ Gasps ] - [ Snorting ]
[ Whinnies ]
[ Whimpering ] No !
- [ Grace ] No. Oh, God. No, no. Wait. - [ Robert ] Grace.
- No, Grace. - No, no, no, no ! Leave me alone !
Here. Grace.
- Grace ! - Mr. MacLean, I'm so sorry.
- Dad, why didn't you tell me ? - I'm so sorry.
[ Grace Crying ]
You should have told her, Annie. This animal is beyond help.
Annie, can I have your permission now to put him down ?
[ Phone Ringing ]
And get me every publication on riding, racing, breeding.
Everything. Medical publications as well.
Veterinarian journals. And tell 'em it's me, and I want it now.
- Hold on, hold on. Gottschalk. - I'll call him back.
- He's on his way to the airport-- - Lucy, I'll call him back.
I'll call him back. Just get me what I want.
[ Annie's Voice ] "A million years before man,
"they grazed the vast and empty plains,
"living by voices only they could hear.
"They first came to know man as the hunted knows the hunter,
"for long before he used horses for his labors,
"he killed them for meat.
"The alliance with man would forever be fragile,
"for the fear he'd struck into their hearts...
"was too deep to be dislodged.
"Since that Neolithic moment,
"when a horse was first haltered,
"there were those among men who understood this.
"They could see into the creature's soul...
"and soothe the wounds they found there.
"The secrets uttered softly into troubled ears.
These men were known as the Whisperers."
It's perfectly shot, perfectly cropped,
perfectly laid out, and I am so bloody bored.
Start again.
Thank you. Would you excuse me for one minute ?
- Hello ? - Yeah. This is Tom Booker.
- I got a message you called. - Oh, hello, Mr. Booker.
It's Annie MacLean from Cover.
You know, the magazine.
Um, well, thank you for returning my call--
- Is there something I can do for you ? - Yes, yes.
I read this article about what you do for people with horse problems.
Well, the truth is, I help horses with people problems.
[ Chuckling ] Well, whichever way you want to put it.
Um, this article said that you were, you were a, a horse whisperer.
Oh, they said that, huh ? A whisperer. Hmm.
And I was hoping that you'd come to New York...
and take a look at my daughter's horse and possibly do some--
[ Chuckling ] Ma'am, I'm sorry, but I'm, I'm afraid you've misunderstood...
whatever it is you read because that's not exactly what I do.
-I mostly conduct clinics-- -Could you come to New York for the day?
It's only a few hours by plane--
And I'm not doin' them now. I'm on my way to Montana.
- I have a ranch to take care of. - I'd pay your fare. Uh, first class.
Ma'am, first class to Montana is a waste of good money.
Well, if you could just give me a time when you'd be available.
See, am l, am I being too polite when I say "no" here in Nevada ?
Does that mean "yes" where you are ?
I'm really sorry for your situation, but there's nothin' I can do.
You just called the wrong person.
I'm sure there's some fine horse doctors back east.
No, but I don't want a horse doctor. I want you.
So I hope everything goes okay with you and your horse.
- Well, but, you see, it's not my horse. - So, so, good-bye now.
- [ Dial Tone ] - [ Coins Clatter ]
Grace ?
Grace, it's Mom.
Grace ?
Grace ?
Are you all right ?
- I've decided about Pilgrim. - Oh.
I think we should put him down.
It's not fair to let him suffer.
- Well, I think that's a very-- - Maybe they should put me down too.
- Well, I think that's a very-- - Maybe they should put me down too.
- What ? - I'm not much use anymore.
[ Inhales ]
- [ Machine Beeping ] - You're getting a fax.
[ Inhales ]
You're up late.
Is it ?
- How was the dinner ? - Is Grace asleep ?
- Yeah, I think so. - Nothing we haven't heard before.
Just louder this time. That's all.
- So why'd you go ? - One of us had to.
They're still our friends, Annie.
Listen, I had a thought.
What do you think we go someplace warm, the three of us ?
Bermuda or the Bahamas or-- What ?
Mmm, nothing.
No, I just don't know if Bermuda would be such a good idea.
Grace would have to wear summer dresses or shorts.
Oh, of course, of course.
What is it ?
I want to take Pilgrim out to see this horse guy-- drive him out to Montana.
- [ Laughs ] - No, I'm serious.
Wait. I thought you said you didn't like the way he sounded on the phone.
Well, I didn't.
- I want to take Grace with me. - You're kidding.
Liz'll find me a trailer. We can stay at motels along the way.
- You made arrangements already ? - No, I just checked out a few things.
Wait a minute. Drive a crazed horse--
Oh, he's not crazed, Robert. Don't exaggerate.
- I just can't pack up and leave. - I'm not asking you to. I'll do it.
By yourself ? How ? You can't take care of Pilgrim.
He'll be sedated. I do know a thing or two about horses.
- What about the magazine ? - I'm in charge.
- I can oversee things from Montana. - Oh, you're in charge.
What about Grace ? The doctor says she needs stability.
I can't say he's being all that effective with her.
Are you a psychiatrist ? He says it takes time.
I don't care what he says !
I cannot sit here and pretend everything's gonna be all right.
- I am not pretending. I am trusting-- - We have to do something !
We are losing-- We are losing her !
I don't care what the doctors say. They don't know her.
I don't care if this doesn't sound rational.
Nobody is suggesting anything better !
I, I can't explain it, Robert. I just have this feeling.
I just know it's the right thing.
Why, Annie ?
I just know it.
Does this, uh, cowboy vet know that you're coming ?
- What if Grace doesn't wanna go ? - She will if you think she should.
And you think it's best if I don't come.
- No, that's not what I said. - Daddy ?
I don't wanna go.
Straight back. Come on.
- A little closer. A little more. - [ Pilgrim Whinnying ]
Watch it. Get behind him.
- [ Whinnying Continues ] - [ Man #1 ] Hold it. Get back !
- [ Man #2 ] Watch it ! - [ Man #1 ] There he goes, Eddie !
-Why don't you get inside and-- -[ Man #1 ] We're doing the best we can!
It's the only way to load this kind of horse. [ Yells ]
Keep trying !
- We should give him another sedative. - We did.
- [ Whinnies ] - Get the gate ! Get the gate !
Get out of here ! Hold that door !
- [ Men Yelling ] - [ Snorting ]
You got a gun, just in case ?
Of course not.
That's probably best.
You may want to shoot yourself halfway to Ohio.
[ Electronic ]
[ Thunder Rumbling ]
[ Truck Engine Revving ]
[ Revving Continues ]
- [ Whinnies ] - [ Truck Horn Honking ]
[ Whinnying Continues ]
Grace, are you hungry ? Do you want to stop for lunch ?
I don't care.
I want to find a place before it gets dark. What do you think ?
- Grace. - Doesn't matter.
Okay, listen up. This is what I'll do:
I'll get to the next motel, see if they have a fax--
-[ Thumping ] -[Annie Gasps ] Oh, wait. Hang on. Uh--
I gotta go, okay ? Later.
[ Muffled ]
Grace, do you wanna put your music on up here ?
[ Muffled ] Grace.
Do you want to put your music on up here ?
[ Man #1 On Radio ] And when you purchase your Eureka World Deluxe Vac--
[ Man #2 ] Near the agricultural markets, and farm news headlines--
[ Man #3 On Radio ] lnsecticide for small grains.
Important to always read and follow label instructions--
[ Man #4 On Radio ] This here man was rejuvenated in the grace of the Lord.
- He was washed. - [ Country ]
Mmm, Grace, look at this.
Do you wanna see that ?
- I don't care. - [ Mocking ] I don't care.
Oh, it'll be fun.
You haven't see any of the sights yet. It's history.
When I was 13, I used to love doing things like this.
Well, you were never 13, Mom.
Great idea, Mom. Now what ?
[ Sighs ] How long is this gonna go on ?
- What ? - You know what I mean.
Do you want us to go back home ? ls that what you want ?
What are you asking me for ?
You didn't ask me if I wanted to come in the first place.
Now I get to decide ? Sorry.
Do you know who I'm doing this for ?
- I'm doing this for you. - Bullshit !
It's all about you-- about you deciding, about you being right !
-It's like we work for you or something! -I don't believe this !
- How come Daddy didn't come, huh ? - What do you mean ?
You know everything. You figure it out.
- Your father had to work. - Yeah, right.
Please stop acting like you know what you're talking about.
You are amazing, you know ?
I mean, you act like I don't even live in that house anymore.
You think I don't know what's going on ? You think I'm still five years old.
- When you act like this, you are. - How long are we gonna be away, huh ?
- I don't know. I don't know. - What if this guy can't do anything ?
I don't know !
I don't have all the answers.
No, you just act like you do.
[ Crying ]
- You okay, ma'am ? - Yeah, I'm, I'm fine.
[ Ranger ] That young lady's gettin' a little worried.
Oh, sorry. Sorry.
- Good night, ma'am. - Good night.
[ Beeping ]
- You buckled up ? - Mm-hmm.
- Are you cold ? - A little.
[ Man #5 On Radio ] You may have seen the Kennel Club champion...
being rewarded with a box of chocolates the other day.
Veterinarians and humane--
[ Woman ] But I can't get you out of my mind
[ Woman On Radio ] Winter weather got you down ?
Wilson Travel is offering charter packages to sunny Orlando, Florida.
[ Man #6 On Radio ] Well, looks like lots of precipitation, overnight.
Rainfall an inch and a half. Plus, it looks like another half an inch--
[ Man #7 On Radio ] He had an epiphany.
Paul had been transformed by the grace of God,
so he was a new creation in Christ.
He said the man was completely--
[ Man #8 On Radio ] Up from down in the Northern Plains, John Deere.
We're glad to see you.
[ Grace ] Gee, this place looks like fun.
Don't they believe in signs around here ?
What would they say ? "Ten miles to Big Rock, twenty miles to Bigger Rock" ?
- No. - Great trip. I'm having so much fun.
I think I should turn here.
[ Grace ] Oh, yeah. Those rocks over there. Much more interesting.
[ Panting ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Thunder Rumbling ]
[ Boy ] Can we take a look at Bronty's foal when we're done here, Dad ?
Sure. As long as she don't mind.
There's this kid at school says we should have imprint-trained him.
Says if you do it as soon as they're born, makes 'em easy to handle later on.
That's what some folks say.
There's this thing on the TV about a guy who does it with geese.
He has this airplane. These baby geese all grow up thinking it's their mom.
He flies it, and they just follow him. You hear about that, Uncle "T" ?
Yeah. Heard about it.
-What do you think about all that stuff? -Well, I'll tell ya, Joey.
It might be all right for geese to grow up thinkin' they're airplanes,
but horses, as far as I can tell, can't fly.
We expecting company ?
- You know who it is ? - Nope.
[ Cows Mooing ]
- Mr. Booker ? - [ Both ] Yeah ?
Tom Booker ?
[ Mooing Continues ]
Annie MacLean from New York. We talked on the phone.
I had a little bit of a hard time finding the place. There are no signs.
Oh, there are plenty of signs, just not many of them pretty.
Why do I get the impression that you're just not driving through ?
I want you to take a look at my horse.
It won't take long, and if you still feel the same way, I'm sure I can find--
You thinkin' about personally driving me back east ?
Oh, no, no. [ Chuckling ]
No, I brought him along and my daughter too. We're, we're at the Lazy "J" Motel.
You hauled him all the way out here ?
Well, yeah. I had a trailer.
It's not like I made him run alongside the car.
- By yourself ? - Mm-hmm.
Well, I appreciate the pains that you've obvious--
Look, please don't do the "Shucks, ma'am" thing again.
I have just driven a few thousand miles for a few minutes of your time.
I have brought him all the way out here.
Just take a look at him. If you still feel the same way,
I will be on the road by morning, and you'll never hear from me again, okay ?
Deal ?
We're at the Lazy "J" Motel. Whenever you're free.
You don't have to call.
[ Chuckling ] Jesus !
- [ Knock At Door ] - [ Annie Chattering ]
- [ Knock At Door ] - [ Annie Chattering ]
- Mom, the door. - [ Into Phone ] No.
- [ TV, lndistinct ] - No services, and one doctor in town.
I managed to find a therapist for Grace.
I had to drive, like, two hours.
Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. Did they get the color corrections ?
- Yeah. - I'm Tom Booker. Is your mother around?
She's on the phone. She'll be right out.
- Could l-- - Mom, there's a cowboy here.
This is not Gottschalk's business. Why is he interfering with this ?
I told him I'd take care of it.
No, I told him I'd take care of it, and I will take care of it.
I just have to get myself settled here.
Well, um, put it in a memo, and I'll sign it.
This your first time in Montana ?
Oh, no ! Really ?
Uh, it's absolutely ridiculous. It's completely ridiculous.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I can imagine.
I can imagine. They are ?
Then why did you go to meet him, alone, secretly ?
That's, that's funny.
No, really ?
- I can't believe that. - Is she gonna be long ?
Probably. She's on the phone 23 hours a day.
- What does she do ? - She's an editor.
An editor. Ah, ah, yeah.
Just in case she hasn't told you, which she probably hasn't,
I don't wanna be a part of this, okay ?
- Mm-hmm. Thank you. - [ Phone Hangs Up ]
Hi. Sorry about that.
Grace, this is Mr. Booker. Did you look at Pilgrim yet ?
- I was gonna take that look now. - Would you like me to come with you ?
I have to run over to the office and give Mr. Peterson a check.
- Doesn't matter. - Grace,
do you wanna come with us-- take a look at Pilgrim ?
Probably best she stay behind anyway.
- Howdy, Lester. - Howdy.
- Goin' to see that horse ? - Yeah, thought I might.
You know, I hope you got insurance. That dirty son of a bitch.
[ Whinnying ]
Ha ! Hyah !
[ Snorting ]
[ Snorting Continues ]
[ Whinnying Continues ]
[ Snorts ]
[ Whispering ] Shh, shh.
Well, you're the closest anyone's ever gotten.
I have to be honest with you.
I still feel you've made a long trip for nothin'.
But before I even think about it,
I need to know somethin' right now.
And it's a question for Grace.
You see, when I work with a horse, it's no good just me doin' it.
- The owner's gotta be involved too. - That'll be complicated.
You can make it as complicated or as easy as you like,
but she's the one that's gonna be ridin' him.
Am I right ?
Hey ? Right ?
Now here's the deal:
I don't know that I can do anything,
but I'm prepared to give it a go, if you'll help.
- [ Scoffs ] - Oh, you have a problem with that ?
Isn't it, like, obvious ?
Not to me. Either you want to or you don't.
- Look, I'll talk to her-- - Excuse me. With all due respect,
this is her decision, not yours.
Now I don't wanna waste anybody's time here-- mostly mine.
Well, nothin' else to do around here.
That's not good enough. I can't help you.
What do I have to do ?
I said, what do I have to do ?
Well, what does she want ?
Does she want you to take care of her horse ?
- Somethin' like that. - And they're stayin' in the motel ?
- The Lazy J. Can I have some butter ? - Not exactly a tourist stop.
Well, well, what about the girl ? Doesn't she go to school ?
I don't know.
You know, I just think she's got a lot of nerve showin' up here,
draggin' that, you know, poor animal and that child all the way--
Honey, don't eat with your fingers.
Frank, don't you think she's got a lot of nerve ?
Well, hell, I don't know. According to Tom, she's a pretty determined woman.
She must have thought it was worth it.
Yeah. Well, I guess they'll want feedin', bein' out here all day long.
I don't think they'll expect that.
What, they gonna drive 40 miles into town every time they want a hamburger ?
- Mixed salad. - What ?
Well, I believe women from New York eat mixed salads.
- Ain't that right, Tom ? - I believe so.
Well, that's just what we need--
a vegetarian from New York on our cattle ranch.
[ Woman On Radio ] A Great Traveler, interested, not merely a good one,
is a kind of introspective.
As she covers the ground outwardly,
so she advances towards fresh interpretations of herself, inwardly.
And this is the quality which lends Starks' books...
the memorable poetic density which is their special cachet.
Moreover, it is this quality which makes them as fresh and--
[ Orchestral ]
[ Clears Throat ]
[ Snorts ]
[ Snorts ]
[ Snorts ]
[ Snorting Continues ]
[ Snorts ]
[ Whinnying ]
You at a good place to quit ?
I got him moving out a bit, but that's about it.
Still a long ways away from gettin' a leg over him.
[ Whinnies ]
Well, we're movin' along.
[ Snorting ]
[ Snorts ]
What's he doing ?
Is this some kind of physical therapy ?
[ Phone Ringing ]
[ Pilgrim Whinnying ]
[ Annie ] Hello ? Hello ? What ?
- No, you're breaking up. - [ Whinnying Continues ]
Hold on, hold on.
Don't start a fight with him. Joey, give me the rope.
Just to pull him back. We'll never get him outta there.
Let me go in after him.
[ Whinnying Continues ]
[ Panting ]
[ Nickers ]
Mr. Booker, I'm really not comfortable with you taking these kind of risks.
[ Pilgrim Snorts ]
- Oh, God ! - Hey, hey ! Pilgrim !
[ Tom ] Let him go !
Let him go.
[ Joe ] Does that hurt you ?
Only when I kick somebody.
Don't you go to school ?
I'm taking a break. Don't you ?
School turns out early for us...
so we can work the ranch.
[ Joe ] Look at him out in the pasture.
He must have been a big, beautiful-lookin' horse.
How was he to ride ?
Excuse me. I've got chores to look after.
[ Clears Throat ]
Are we in the way ?
Should we leave ?
I guess we'll go, then.
[ Nickering ]
[ Nickering ]
[ Nickers ]
From now on, leave your phone somewhere else.
Miss MacLean, would you and your daughter like to stay for dinner ?
Joe, take off your hat at the table. I don't want to say it again.
Uh, dear Lord, we are humbly thankful for these gifts,
for the blessings on our home, our family and our guests.
And bless those that aren't as fortunate.
Bless all God's creatures. Amen.
[ All ] Amen.
- Like some roast beef ? - Looks great. Thanks.
Thank you.
- Want some milk ? - Yeah. Thanks.
Old Hank got us a couple more men to move the cattle.
And what kind of cattle do you raise, Mr. Booker ?
Well, we run a mixed herd, but mostly Black Baldies.
Wh-What are those ?
Black Angus Herefords, instead of straight Herefords.
- Oh, Black Angus. Of course. - [ Joe ] There you go.
And, uh, wh-what's the difference ?
-They suit the weather better. -Their udders are black instead of pink.
They don't get burnt with the sun bouncin' off the snow.
They make good mothers.
Our daddy raised straight Herefords.
You know, that's interesting. I-- I've always wondered--
every time I eat when I go into a restaurant--
what's the difference between a regular steak and a Black Angus steak ?
I can never taste the difference,
but I could swear that one was more tender than the other.
I didn't know there was that much difference between the cows.
Of course, I've never been on a cow farm before.
It seems to me that the bulls have the best of the time,
just laying around the fields,
waiting for somebody come along and ask them to do their work.
You get born a bull, got a 90% chance of gettin' castrated,
served up as hamburger or somethin'.
On balance, I reckon I'd choose being a cow.
[ All Laughing ]
Hey, young man.
[ Diane ] You get back up to bed !
So, how's the Lazy "J" holding up for you ?
Oh, it's fine.
I still can't get used to how dark it gets around here, though.
Every time I leave the ranch, I hold my breath until I can see the motel.
[ Frank ] Well, by golly, that's a lot of drive time.
You know, Tom, while you're working on that horse of theirs,
Annie and Grace should move into the old creek house.
Nobody's usin' it. It's silly for her to be driving back and forth...
when she, she don't know her way around that well.
Well, that's very kind of you, but really we're fine where we are.
Oh, hell, look, I know the Lazy "J."
Whole place is as good as falling down around your ears.
Frank, they're already all settled in.
And anyway, I'm sure they want their privacy.
It's got doors, Diane.
It's private as can be.
Tom ?
I don't have a problem with it. I think it's up to Annie.
Well, it'd be great for when my dad comes to visit.
Where is your dad, honey ?
He's at home, working.
Yeah. I don't know, um--
Is it worth it, really ?
I mean, how long do you think you'll carry on working with Pilgrim ?
That depends on Pilgrim.
I know. Me too.
When are you coming to visit ?
Yeah, well, there'll be plenty of room 'cause we're moving down to the ranch.
Yeah, yeah. They've got this really cute little house down by the creek.
It's really pretty.
Okay. Okay. I love you too.
Hold on.
Dad wants to talk to you.
Hi. [ Laughs ]
[ Robert ] She sounds like she's doing all right. How is she ?
Yeah. You know, I think she seems to be getting more comfortable on the ranch,
which is, which is the only reason I said yes to this move.
Well, it makes sense.
So, how are you doing out there in the Marlboro country ?
Is the magazine complaining at all ?
Yeah, but nothing I can't handle.
Lucy says she thinks Gottschalk's plotting. But what else is new, huh ?
So, when are you coming home ?
You know, I asked him that myself tonight, and he doesn't know.
Hmm. I miss you, Annie.
Yeah, I know. We miss you too.
Good night.
[ Phone Hangs Up ]
Did you ask him to come visit ?
You already did. Do you want me to help you pack ?
[ Snorting ]
[ Snorting Continues ]
- Hi. - Howdy.
What's he doing ?
He's trying to get him to hook on.
How's it going ?
[ Snorts ]
[ Nickering ]
[ Whinnies ]
[ Snorting ]
[ Whinnies ]
[ Snorts, Whinnies ]
[ Panting ]
[ Whinnying ]
[ Cows Mooing ]
[ Whistles ]
- [ Cows Mooing ] - [ Man Shouting ]
Get, get ! Hyah ! Let's go ! [ Whistles ]
Get over there ! Get ! [ Whistles ]
[ Shouting Continues ] Hyah ! Hyah !
[ Mooing Continues ]
Ha ! Come on ! Ha !
[ Man Whistles ]
[ Mooing ]
[ Moos ]
[ Mooing, Shouting Continue ]
Hey, you over there !
Hey, you over there !
Wanna make yourself useful ?
- Hey, Hank. - Yeah ?
I think you got a volunteer here. You wanna take care of her ?
Where's Grace ? Grace ?
[ Moos ]
[ Bellowing ]
- [ Man ] Hyah ! Hyah ! - [ Mooing ]
[ Chattering ]
[ Mooing Continues ]
[ Gasps ]
[ Man Whistling ]
- [ Laughing ] - [ Man Shouting ]
[ Whistling, Shouting Continue ]
- You okay ? - Cocktail hour yet ?
- What ? - I said, is it cocktail hour yet ?
[ Whistling, Shouting Continue ]
Come here a second.
You handled that pretty well.
I think it's time you started earning your keep around here.
So when you're not working and you're not doing your therapy,
I'd like you to help with the horses-- rubbin' 'em, cleanin' the stalls.
Think you can handle that ?
- That's not a question, is it ? - Nope.
Oh-ho !
[ Laughter ]
[ Man ] I was out walkin' one morning for pleasure
I spied a cowpuncher come a-lopin' along
His hat was throwed back and his spurs was a-jinglin'
And as he approached he was singin' this song
[ Continues, lndistinct ]
[ Diane ] Hey, you little ones. How are you ?
He got a flat on his little pickup.
You know you're not allowed to go swimming in the river.
Marie here made the best pie-- cherry pie. Go get some.
As luck would have it, he didn't have all the lug nuts off,
but the jack slipped and fell right on that rock he calls a head.
[ All Laughing ]
Is he okay ?
Well, it rearranged his scalp about 12 inches--
He always dreamed of having a place where he can raise horses...
and have a whole separate life.
My grandson Joe is named for him.
Somebody told him about a place called Stockett.
He got on his horse, and he rode over there,
and he got off, and he walked as far as he could one way,
and then he turned around, and he walked as far as he could to the other.
And then he decided that that's where he was going to settle.
And that's where we raised Frank and Tommy.
[ Chuckles ] Where do you call home ?
She's from New York, Mom.
Um... well, I was born in London.
But I'm from all over, really. My father was a diplomat,
and so we moved constantly.
Oh, my. That sounds very important.
[ Laughs ] He was-- He was a wonderful man.
He died when I was 12, but we, we lived all over the world.
It-lt's not the same as, as knowing a place like this.
Well, sometimes people carry it more on the inside...
than the outside.
[ Singing Continues, lndistinct ]
[ Diane ] You guys done with these ?
[ Women Chattering ]
[ Annie ] This family has quite a history.
[ Diane ] Yeah, it's a story, all right.
I love how she calls him Tommy.
Yeah, always did. I think she always favored him.
[ Chuckles ] She loves tellin' this story...
about when he was two years old, he ran off...
and they found him sleepin' in the barn...
between two giant hooves of a Percheron stallion.
He said that horse was protectin' him,
and nobody could convince him otherwise.
[ Car Door Opens ]
[ Car Door Closes ]
[ Kids Laughing ]
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