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A dollar for a homeless vet. Come on, little man.
Come on, little man. I fought the war with your daddy.
Y'all ain't paid me for this leg yet. Thank you, sugar.
Jackie Chan! Jackie Chan!
I take travellerís checks. Arigato to you too. Thank you, sugar.
Here you go. Thanks.
Here. Hold it right there!
- What happened? - Step away from her.
Oh, man, he ain't done nothing.
Those kids. Who took your bag? This man?
No, it was a couple of punks. They came and they just ran off.
Four-eight, this is Romano. Robbery and assault victim...
with facial wound at East 42nd entrance.
Sir, I'd like you to just stand right there.
Certainly. Are you travelling somewhere?
I have arrived. My travels are over for the time being.
Where's your luggage?
I don't require luggage. Do you have a ticket?
Train ticket? Ticket stub?
I didn't arrive by train.
Would you remove your sunglasses for me, please?
Oh, I'd rather not. I'd forgotten, but I mean, wow,
Your planet is really bright.
I see. East 42, we have an E.D.P.
I have to ask you to come with us, sir.
Did you see this fella come out of a gate?
He didn't come from no gate. Brother came from nowhere.
You know what I'm saying?
Yeah, Freddy, I know what you're saying.
I don't wanna go outside, because there's things that can kill you--
If you breathe all those chemicals out there,
not to mention the cosmic rays and the West Nile virus,
and that other one-- the new airborne pigeon disease nobody wants to talk about.
The new pigeon disease. I've heard of that.
Another thing that's been bothering me is the food.
The cafeteria serves lukewarm food, full of germs.
You really need to do something about that, Dr. Powel I.
Heat is the only thing that kills germs. Heat.
Point taken. We'll look into that right away.
In the meantime, I want you to start taking Your medication again.
It'll help you sleep. And you need the sleep, Ernie.
Sleep is good.
Is our time up?
Only for today, Ernie.
Two calls: Your wife, bring home a bottle of wine.
Yeah. And Dr. Chakraborty.
A transfer from Bellevue he wants you to take a look at.
Great. Who is it this time? Jesus Christ or Joan of Arc?
Dr. Chakraborty didn't say.
He arrived at Bellevue a month ago,
suspicion of hallucinogenic intoxication.
But, uh, he was found negative for substances of any kind.
His EKG, his blood value are all normal.
There's no sign of concussion, no brain tumor,
no temporal lobe, epilepsy, no indication of organic abnormality whatsoever.
However, after one month,
his amnesia and his delusion have persisted.
He claims to be not human.
A visitor from another planet.
They administered Thorazine on this guy for three weeks...
at 300 milligrams a day, and he was unresponsive?
How can you be unresponsive to 300 milligrams of Thorazine? It's impossible.
That's why they sent him to you.
No I.D., no missing persons report matching his description.
He had it on him.
Well, let's hope extraterrestrials qualify for Medicaid.
He's here, Doctor.
Thank you, Joyce.
Medical record 2-8-7. Calls himself Prot.
This one's as gentle as a pussycat, Doc.
Come in. Have a seat.
"Have a seat." Curious expression.
Well, let me introduce myself. I'm--
Dr. Mark Powell, Chief of Clinical Psychiatry...
of the Manhattan Psychiatric Institute.
Good. You know where you are.
Well, now, uh... Prot, is it?
"Prote." I see, "Prote."
Well, Prot, we're here to-- May I?
Red delicious. You call this variety.
It's my favorite.
I'd like to begin by asking you...
if you know why you're here.
Of course. You think I'm crazy.
We prefer the term "ill." Do you think you are ill?
A little homesick, perhaps.
Really. Where is home?
Capital "K," hyphen, capitals "P-A-X."
K-PAX is a planet.
But don't worry, I'm not going to leap out of your chest.
I'm not worried.
Itís just that I'm only familiar with nine planets.
Well, actually, there are ten, but that doesn't matter.
I'm not from Your solar system.
K-PAX is about 1 ,000 of your light-years away from here...
in what you would call Your constellation Lyra.
That's quite a ways.
I'm curious. How did you get to Earth?
It's a matter of harnessing the energy of light.
I know that sounds crazy to you.
You beings are eons away from discovering light travel.
You travel at the speed of light?
Oh, no. We can travel many times that speed. Various multiples of "C."
Otherwise, the trip here would have taken about 1 ,000 years now, wouldn't it?
What if, um, I were to tell you...
that according to a man who lived on our planet named Einstein,
that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light?
I would say that you misread Einstein, Dr. Powell. May I call you Mark?
You see, Mark, what Einstein actually said...
was that nothing can accelerate to the speed of light,
because its mass would become infinite.
Einstein said nothing about entities already travelling at the speed of light or faster,
- at tachyon speeds. - Tachyon?
I detect a note of skepticism, Dr. Powell.
Oh, not at all. It's just that you--
You speak English so well.
I'm amazed. Well, English isn't that difficult a language to learn.
You should try speaking--
I'm-- I'm confused.
Maybe you can explain it to me. Uh...
how is it that being a visitor from space,
that you-you look so much like me...
or anyone else from Earth?
Why is a soap bubble round?
Why is a soap bubble round?
You know, for an educated person, Mark, you repeat things quite a bit.
Are you aware of that?
A soap bubble is round...
because it is the most energy-efficient configuration.
Similarly, on your planet, I look like you.
On K-PAX, I look like a K-PAXian.
why did you want to come to our planet?
Well, I've been here many times before.
But what brought me here first? I don't know.
Pure curiosity, I guess.
I'd never been to a Class BA-3 planet before.
Early stage of evolution.
And if I give all my possessions to feed the poor--
Howie. Go on. Talk to him.
You're really from... up there?
I am from K-PAX.
What sort of place is it?
K-PAX is bigger than your planet.
But we are circled by seven purple moons.
Bullshit, bullshit, bullshit, bullshit,
bullshit, bullshit, bullshit.
Well, K-PAX is most lovely when K-MON and K-RIL are in conjunction.
Those are our two suns. What you would call Agape and Satori.
You finish Your homework, Abby? Yeah.
I lost another tooth.
Oh, yeah? Let me see. Hey! Maybe the tooth fairy will come tonight, huh?
There's no such thing as the tooth fairy, Dad.
Thereís just you and Mom.
I fed them already. I couldn't wait. How was your day?
Oh, 6:15 was late. Didn't leave the station til 6.:30.
Should have caught the nearest beam of light.
You should have caught what?
Oh, nothing. How was your day? Good.
Sent the deposit in for the house on the cape for the last two weeks of August.
Which works out perfectly, 'cause Abby doesn't get out of camp till the 15th.
Sent the deposit in?
Yeah. Come on, Rache.
That wasn't definite. We were just talking. I said maybe.
Maybe sometime in August we'll clear it.
Maybe. Maybe we should start paying you for your time. You got a family rate?
Oh, look. They published my letter.
I spoke with Natalie about going into the after-school program next year,
in case I go back to teaching.
And this morning my head fell off, but I was able to sew it back on with dental floss.
Waxed, of course. Dental floss?
Sorry. I wasn't I listening.
Yeah, I know. Let's just eat.
Train was late. I'm tired.
And to top it off, the city is dumping patients on us.
Have a nice day, Sal.
I've been to 64 planets within our galaxy.
Earth is the only one with your species, Homo sapiens, that I've visited so far.
And when did you arrive on Earth?
Four years and nine months ago.
So that makes you how old?
In Earth terms, 337 years old.
I aged about seven getting here, travelling at six multiples of "C."
But really, Marko, it only seemed like an instant.
Marko? Time may warp at super light speed.
I'd say access one psychosis NOS.
That's glib to call him a psychotic. That's a wastebasket diagnosis.
Oh, yeah? He believes he travelled here from another planet.
What's your diagnosis, jet lag?
Well, how come he didn't respond to the Haldol?
Haldol can make you more psychotic.
It's rare, but it does happen.
Look. I'm not saying that medication can't be a useful tool...
to help somebody like this, but you can't--
He maybe a good subject for the "Betazine" protocol. The drug's on clinical trial.
You want to experiment on him before we have a diagnosis?
Do you have some other idea?
He's not a danger to anyone. How about getting to know him first?
In the meantime, we have ten new transfers to take care of.
You know, maybe what's wrong with him...
is that he is. Is what?
From the planet K-PAX.
Your produce alone has been worth the trip.
Could you tell me...
a bit about your boyhood on K-PAX?
Where were you born?
You were, uh, born, right?
K-PAXians have babies?
Oh, yes, much like on Earth, but unlike you humans,
the reproductive process is quite unpleasant for us.
Could you compare the effect to something that I might understand?
Like a toothache? It's more like having your nuts in a vise,
except we feel it all over.
And to make matters worse, the sensation is associated...
with something like your nausea, accompanied by a very bad smell.
The moment of climax is like being kicked in the stomach,
and then falling into a pool of mod droppings.
A mod is a being, much like your skunk, only far more potent.
Uh, if it's such a terrible experience,
uh, how do you reproduce?
As carefully as possible.
What are you doing?
Well, you just reminded me of something I want to include in my report.
Your report. Yes, it's our custom...
to compile descriptions of the various places and people we encounter...
throughout the galaxy.
Morning, Betty. Good morning, Prot.
Morning, Navarro. Hey, what's up, man?
Mr. Friedman. Morning, Maria.
- I'm Vanessa. - Just chill.
She doesn't talk to anybody. Afraid smoke will come out of her mouth when she talks.
Been here since she was a little girl. Burned her house down.
Shouldn't play with matches. Very dangerous.
It was an electrical fire. Why do you make up stories like that?
Ernie has a very powerful imagination.
Come on, Doris. You gotta come out of Your room sometime.
Look what I brought just for you.
Pooh, pooh, pooh, pooh, pooh, pooh, pooh, pooh.
Do that again, you go up to three.
Her Royal Highness never, ever comes out of her room. Not even to eat.
No wonder she's here. I'm sick and tired of this shit.
Everyday, coming up here and shooting food at me. I hate this.
The service here is atrocious!
Good morning, Mrs. Archer. Doris.
I wasn't expecting any gentleman callers...
until this afternoon.
You have a place set for two.
Oh, yes. Um... I'm expecting someone.
How long have you been waiting?
For some around here might...
call that crazy, but I prefer to call it...
Romantic. Like a, uh...
waltz in the moonlight, or a...
or a sunset. Oh, we have those.
On K-PAX, we have two suns.
They rise together only once every 200 years.
And that is quite a sight.
He most definitely has a sensitivity to white light,
but I think it's his range that You'll find interesting.
What am I looking at?
He can detect light at a wavelength of up to 300 to 400 angstroms.
Of course, Prot's explanation is that...
due to his planet's peculiar quality of light caused by its two suns,
K-PAXians are used to light conditions much like our twilight most of the time.
W-Wait a minute. Chuck, I didn't think...
human beings could see ultraviolet light.
Good morning, Joyce.
That's a lovely configuration You're wearing today. Thank you.
Macy's. Come in.
This is so much better.
It's a lot like home.
Well, uh, Prot,
I was hoping you'd tell me more about home.
Well, what would you like to know?
Well, uh, do you, um,
do you have a family on K-PAX?
It doesn't work on K-PAX the same way it works here, Mark.
On K-PAX, we don't have families in the way that you think of them.
In fact, a family would be a non sequitur on our planet, as it would on most others.
In other words, um,
You, uh, you never knew Your parents.
On K-PAX, children are not raised by their biological parents, Mark, but by everyone.
They circulate among us, learning from one and then another.
Do you have a child? No.
Do you have a wife waiting back for you on K-PAX?
Mark. Mark. Mark.
You are not really listening to what I'm saying to you, are you?
We do not have marriage on K-PAX.
There are no wives. There are no husbands.
There are no families.
I see. So, um,
what about... societal structure?
Government. No, there's no need for one.
- You have no laws? - No laws. No lawyers.
How do you know right from wrong?
Every being in the universe knows right from wrong, Mark.
But what if--
if someone did do something wrong--
committed murder or rape--
how would you punish them?
Let me tell you something, Mark.
You humans, most of you,
subscribe to this policy of "an eye for an eye,
a life for a life," which is known throughout the universe...
for its stupidity.
Even your Buddha and your Christ had quite a different vision,
but nobody's paid much attention to them, not even the Buddhists or the Christians.
sometimes it's hard to imagine how you've made it this far.
Josh, be careful.
Okay, kids. Let's go. The hot dogs are ready.
Hey. Where were you just now?
Come on. Okay.
Hey, kids, come on. Wash up.
Josh. Now come on, quit teasing the dog.
Josh, let's go. Settle down now.
- Here we are. - Oh, park that right here.
Boy, that looks terrific. That looks great.
Steve, how was, uh, how was your trip up from Princeton?
Steve, how was, uh, how was your trip up from Princeton?
Not too bad. We even stopped by to see Michael.
Oh, that was nice of you, Sis.
Quite a detour for you guys.
Well, it was his birthday.
I know it was his birthday.
I sent him a card and a nice, uh,
a nice, big check as usual.
It wouldn't kill you to pick up the phone every once in a while...
and talk to your own son.
Thank you, Abby. You wanna pass the potato salad, please?
There you go.
By the way, I put him through Dartmouth. He knows how to pick up a phone too.
I'm thinking of inviting him for Christmas. Oh, great.
He spends Christmas with his mother.
He won't come here. How do you know? When was the last time you asked him?
Am I on the couch here, or what?
You want a beer? Please and thank you.
You want some more? Can I have corn, darling?
Steve, I, uh,
I have a rather unusual favor to ask you.
What can I do you for, Dr. "P"? Well, I have a patient.
Sit down. I have this patient, who, uh,
seems to know quite a bit about your field.
A patient who's an astronomer?
So, tell me about this patient of yours.
Well, he, uh, he claims to come from a planet he calls K-PAX.
What kind of name is that? K-PAX?
He says it's a thousand light-years away, near the constellation Lyra.
Uh-huh. Bighead? Green? About this high?
Yeah, I think I know the guy.
No, he's, uh, he's very convincing.
I mean, of course, he's, uh, he's human.
Itís just that he's, um,
well, he's-he's the most convincing delusional I've ever come across.
If I can prove to him that this K-PAX is just a figment of his imagination,
then maybe I can find out who he really is.
Well, sure. I can give you...
a whole list of questions to ask your fella. Wonderful.
All his books and papers and everything...
are spread all over the desk like always, but he's just sitting there.
Someone change his medication?
I gave him his usual, Anafronil, 250 milligrams.
Hmm. Well, something's wrong with him.
An obsessive-compulsive doesn't just sit there looking out the window.
Good morning, Dr. Powell.
Good morning. But are you looking for something?
The bluebird of happiness.
Prot told me to find the bluebird of happiness.
Prot told you.
It's a task.
The first of three.
I don't know what the other two are yet.
He'll tell me.
If I complete all three,
I'll be cured.
There. Maintain your breathing.
That's it. Now you see?
There are none of these ammonia particles that you're so worried about.
In the first place, I would be able to see them. Good morning, Sal.
And I don't. Good morning, Dr. Stinky.
Ringed monkey, 7:00.
Take a bath. Take a bath.
Ernie, could you excuse us for a moment, please? Mm-hmm.
Good to, uh, see you outside, Ernie.
Thank you. Oh, Ernie, you stink.
Prot, it's one thing to take an interest in your fellow patients.
It's quite another to make them think that you can cure them.
You seem overly upset, Mark.
To borrow a phrase from Navarro, You need to chill.
For your information, all beings have the capacity to cure themselves, Mark.
This is something we've known on K-PAX for millions of years.
Listen to me. On this planet, I'm a doctor, you're a patient.
Doctor. Patient. Curious human distinction.
It's not your job to cure Howie.
Or Ernie or Maria or anyone else. It's mine.
Then why haven't You cured them yet?
Oh, by the way, here are the answers to the questions you asked me.
I hope they meet Your satisfaction.
I don't know what to say, Mark.
I mean, this is-- this is pretty wild stuff.
Gibberish, huh? Well, not exactly.
I mean, see,
Your patient indicates his planet, K-PAX,
orbiting an eclipsing binary star system-- Agape and Satori.
Yeah. Near the Constellation Lyra.
He could have looked that up, right?
That's the funny thing, Mark. Not really.
I mean, except for my boss, Duncan Flynn,
one of the foremost astrophysicists in the world...
and maybe two or three of his colleagues,
nobody knows much about the possibility of planets in this star system yet.
It hasn't even been reported in any journals.
Tell me, honestly,
did Duncan put you up to this?
You know-- You know, like a joke?
No. It's no joke, Steve.
Uh, tell me,
do you know of any missing astrophysicists?
Can't say I do.
But there's one or two around here who'd sure like to meet this fella of yours.
Thanks a lot, Steve. I sure appreciate it.
But unlike you humans, the reproductive process...
is an unpleasant one for us. Start again.
What way is it unpleasant?
It's a pain--
Good. Not too fast. Okay.
So, this is Your neighbourhood, huh?
Hello, gentlemen. Sure appreciate you meeting with us.
Thank you, Dr. Powell. We'd like to get to the bottom of this just as much as you.
Thank you, Doctor. Great. Let me introduce You to Prot.
It's a pleasure to meet you, Prot. I'm Dr. Becker.
This is Dr. Flynn.
Drs. Patel and Hessler.
Doctor. Doctor. Doctor. Doctor.
How many doctors are there on this planet?
Here, Prot. Have a seat.
"Have a seat." Oh, shit!
Feel at home?
We found your notes quite interesting, Prot,
and we'd like to ask you some questions, if that's all right.
Be my guest. Good. Then Iíll jump right in.
Make sure you can swim.
let's start with this idea of light travel, shall we?
What can you tell us about that?
If I told you, you'd blow yourselves up.
Or worse, someone else.
You'd be surprised how much energy is in a beam of light.
Hmm. Well, then,
maybe you could show us how this light travel works.
You mean a demonstration.
That would be... fine.
Well, when are you gonna-- I'm already back.
See, where I come from, Prot, that's called "the fastest gun in the West" routine.
Well, I don't come from where you come from, Dr. Becker.
Prot, you've indicated in your notes that your planet K-PAX...
orbits around the twin stars of Agape and Satori, near the constellation Lyra.
Well, frankly, we're a bit mystified...
as to how you gained knowledge there's such a planetary system around these stars.
Professor, where I come from, that's common knowledge.
This was taken from the Hubble.
We've computer enhanced it, based on Dr. Patel's readings...
from telescopes in Chile and Hawaii.
It's the clearest picture we have of where you come from.
What we'd like is if you could diagram on the light pad...
the orbital pattern that your planet takes through this system.
Mm-hmm. My pleasure.
I think that's right.
Steven, could you input that?
Already on it.
Wh-What's going on?
I take it my calculations help explain the "protabations" You've been seeing...
in the rotation pattern of your binary star,
but have been unable to explain until... this moment.
How could you know this?
How could you--
Every K-PAXian knows this.
Just as every child on Earth knows...
that your planet revolves around your sun.
It's common knowledge. Isn't it?
What, um, what happened in there?
I mean, you--
He could be a savant.
There-There are savants who have painted flawless copies of Rembrandt,
who couldn't-- who couldn't remember their own names.
You don't believe him, Steve.
I don't know what I believe, Mark, but I know what I saw.
I moved. I moved. It's your move.
One and two. Your move.
You just wait till next game. Bluebird.
Bluebird! Bluebird! Bluebird!
Howie! Bluebird! Bluebird!
Bluebird! Bluebird! Bluebird!
Howie. Bluebird. Bluebird. Bluebird.
Okay. Okay. Bluebird!
Where's the bluebird?
Look, bluebird! Bluebird! Bluebird!
Oh, my God.
Bluebird! Bluebird! Howie! Howie, get back here!
Bluebird! Bluebird! Bluebird!
Do bluebirds bite, Sal?
Nah, they don't bite, stinkhead.
Hey, Bess, itís a bluebird.
- Shit! - Disturbance on two.
- It's the bluebird! - Bluebird! Bluebird!
It's mass hysteria.
Betty! Betty, what the hell is going on here?
- Come here! Come here! - Dr. Powell, come and see!
You see it? Do you see it?
Lookit! Lookit! Lookit!
Whatís going on here, Dr. Powell? What on Earth is out there?
-Just a bluejay. - A bluejay?
Off the chair. Everybody, get off the chairs.
Mrs. Archer... come out of her room.
Itís a bluebird?
Come on over here.
I know who you are.
You're the bluebird.
Good night, Bess.
And how are we today? Oh, just fine.
That's good, Maria. My man.
Excuse me. Mm-hmm.
About that light travel thing.
I was wondering if maybe You could show me how to do that.
I put up with the stinkin this place for ten years.
I wanna get out, if you know what I mean.
I used to be the doorman at The Plaza.
That's when I started to notice it.
Notice what? The smell.
They all stank.
I-I tried to tell 'em, but, uh,
they put me here.
And, um, and-and--
And this-this place smells worse than all.
Except for you. Y-You don't smell,
so I figured maybe You could help me.
You should smell the york blossoms on my planet...
in a gentle breeze.
Pretty much like your sugarplums.
I would-- I would like to smell that.
I would like to go there, to-to your, um,
I'm afraid I can only take one person back with me when I go.
Uh, I had my weekly session with Sal today.
He says you're taking him to K-PAX.
In fact, I've heard from most of the patients on ward two,
they all tell me that they're going to K-PAX.
I wonder if thatís a wise thing to be promising patients in a psychiatric facility.
No, no, no, Mark. I made it clear to each and every one of them,
I can only take one person back with me when I return.
Return? Mark, don't get me wrong.
I mean, you've been very hospitable.
But my time here is almost up, and I can't wait to get back. Back?
To K-PAX? Yes, of course. Where else?
You're planning to return to K-PAX.
You're repeating yourself again, Mark. Yes, I have one trip to take up north,
and then I am planning on returning to K-PAX.
Joyce gave me these strawberries this morning from her garden in Hoboken.
They're delicious. You'll have to forgive me, but, um,
but this is a bit confusing.
- When are you planning on-- - I'm departing on July 27.
Why? Why, uh, why July 27?
You see, I can go anywhere on Earth without fear of bumping into someone...
travelling at super light speed, but beings are coming and going all the time from K-PAX.
It has to be coordinated.
You're telling me...
You're beaming back to K-PAX on July 27.
At 5:51 a.m., Eastern time.
Hey, hey, hey, honey.
Mark, You were just dreaming.
You were just dreaming.
Mark, whatís going on? Daddy's okay.
Go back to bed, honey. Where is Daddy going?
Daddy's all right. He has a tummy ache. He's all right.
Daddy! Get in bed!
And when did you arrive on Earth?
Four years and nine months ago. What's going on?
And when did you arrive on Earth?
Four years and nine months ago.
Four years, nine months and three days ago.
That'll be five years to the date on July 27. That's when he's leaving.
What? To go back to K-PAX.
Mark, what is the matter with you?
Rachel-- Mark, it is 2:00 in the morning.
What is-- What is this patient doing to you?
He's telling me that five years ago on July 27...
something terrible happened to him.
Some horrible trauma. I gotta get to him before that date.
- Mom, what's happening? - Unbelievable.
Nothing. Come on. Come on. Let's all go back to bed.
Ah, I've got it!
Come on. Let's eat.
- Is the spaceman here yet? - Shh. Don't call him that.
Spaceman. Spaceman. No, no. No, no.
Whoo! Everybody, come here.
Listen, everybody, look. He's going to be here any minute.
I want you guys to just calm down. Be yourselves. Act natural.
Why, is he going to zap us with his laser gun?
I mean it. I do. Here.
I can't believe I agreed to this.
I tried everything else. Rachel, look.
I want him to spend Fourth of July with us...
to see if a normal family environment might bring something out of him.
Since when did we become a normal family?
Please. Look. They're here.
I just feel uncomfortable. Well, don't.
Joyce's son, he's on the high school wrestling team,
and Betty's husband's an ex-cop.
Hey, Joyce. Hey, buddy.
Glad you could make it.
Wow. This is my husband, Dominic.
He looks like Data. That's right, embarrass him.
This is my wife Rachel.
How do you do? Rachel.
Thank you so much for inviting me today.
Thanks for coming.
- Watch out. Watch out. - No.
Shasta, no. Shasta, no. Shasta!
Come here, good dog. I know. I know.
Damn dog's never liked anyone. Shh.
Oh. Okay. Kids.
Girls. Girls. Come here.
She says she doesn't like it when you hide her favorite tennis shoe.
And she doesn't hear so well in her left side, so--
so don't sneak up on her anymore.
Let's get some lunch, okay? Let's have lunch.
Let's go eat.
Itís good, Rachel.
Okay, you guys, come on.
Careful, careful, Gabby.
All right. Come on. Somebody else want some?
There we go.
So, Prot, Mark tells me You don't eat meat.
That's very healthy. Speak for yourself.
You got it?
Yes, I want burgers, thank you. It's good.
Everything looks so good. Pass me one of those hamburgers.
Give me a push.
There's a photograph on the piano of a young man with all the others.
That's Mark's son from his first marriage.
How many marriages has he had?
Just the two... so far.
"So far? No, I mean,
he's not out to set a world record or anything.
But the young man in the photograph, he's not here today.
No, um, he doesn't live with us.
You know, he's away at college and--
and the truth is, he and Mark don't talk to each other.
I don't know why I'm telling you this.
Probably because I'm a locked-up lunatic, so what harm could it do.
Maybe that's it.
Dr. Powell's been trying to teach me the importance...
You beings place on Your biological connections. Hmm.
You think he means it?
Do you know what a family is?
They don't tell you that, you know.
You don't have a family.
We don't have families on K-PAX.
Well, you don't know what you're missing.
I'll get you some more lemonade.
# Hula, hula # All right. Incoming.
That's beautiful. Thank you.
Fourth of July.
Thank you for inviting me here today, Mark.
You're most welcome, Prot.
Come push me on the swing!
I'll show you a trick.
This is called...
Go to the Table and Have a Beer.
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