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You're waiting for a better opportunity at work. 6 00:02:20,083 --> 00:02:22,083 It's not like I don't think it's a good idea. 7 00:02:23,375 --> 00:02:25,541 I don't mind taking on more in my office. 8 00:02:25,583 --> 00:02:28,750 Yeah, but I think we should both make an equal contribution. 9 00:02:28,791 --> 00:02:31,625 But buying a house now would be a good investment in our family. 10 00:02:31,666 --> 00:02:36,541 Oh, trust me, I know and I know we've been over this before but I really... 11 00:02:36,583 --> 00:02:38,333 I don't mind getting a second job. 12 00:02:38,375 --> 00:02:42,250 [scoffs] How are we gonna start a family if you die at 40 of exhaustion? 13 00:02:42,291 --> 00:02:44,666 Uh, you can freeze my sperm. 14 00:02:44,708 --> 00:02:47,666 No, they've made incredible strides in the scientific community. 15 00:02:47,708 --> 00:02:49,791 You can have the hottest surrogate guy. 16 00:02:49,833 --> 00:02:51,125 -Surrogate guy. -Yeah. 17 00:02:51,166 --> 00:02:53,041 Ooh, sounds like the worst superhero name ever. 18 00:02:53,083 --> 00:02:54,458 [laughs] 19 00:02:54,500 --> 00:02:56,333 -Surrogate guy... -Oh, no. 20 00:02:56,375 --> 00:02:58,416 ...peppering his offspring in every city-- 21 00:02:58,458 --> 00:03:00,666 [laughing] Stop. 22 00:03:00,708 --> 00:03:02,708 -You think the neighbors heard. -Yeah, I think they... 23 00:03:02,750 --> 00:03:04,125 They liked it, they liked it. 24 00:03:04,166 --> 00:03:06,083 I'm glad we're gonna do this for your birthday. 25 00:03:06,125 --> 00:03:09,375 Yeah, me too. When does your sister get in? 26 00:03:10,791 --> 00:03:12,208 [Emma] Thank you. 27 00:03:25,166 --> 00:03:26,625 Ah, shoes off. 28 00:03:27,833 --> 00:03:31,458 -What? -I'm sorry, but shoes off. 29 00:03:31,500 --> 00:03:34,166 I just put in a carpet. I don't want you tracking in mud. 30 00:03:34,208 --> 00:03:36,791 Oh, is this your house? 31 00:03:37,375 --> 00:03:40,458 I'm just renting. You know, mortgages these days. 32 00:03:40,500 --> 00:03:43,583 Oh, come on, you got to buy. This is prime real estate. 33 00:03:43,625 --> 00:03:48,166 I mean, it's a fixer-upper but if you put a sconce there, 34 00:03:48,208 --> 00:03:50,708 there, it'd totally brighten the place up. 35 00:03:53,833 --> 00:03:56,666 -Sammy. -Emma. 36 00:04:00,083 --> 00:04:01,791 So we're gonna stand on your front porch all night 37 00:04:01,833 --> 00:04:04,458 or are you gonna invite me inside of your house? 38 00:04:04,500 --> 00:04:05,875 [Emma laughs] 39 00:04:08,416 --> 00:04:09,583 Thank you. 40 00:04:10,583 --> 00:04:12,833 Oh, I'm starving. 41 00:04:16,333 --> 00:04:17,708 [Andrew] Anything good in there? 42 00:04:17,750 --> 00:04:20,958 Uh, you know, not much except for pro-biotic yogurt. 43 00:04:21,000 --> 00:04:23,875 -[Andrew] Oh, God. -Why is there so much in here? 44 00:04:23,916 --> 00:04:27,250 -[Andrew] Why, how much is in there? -Uh, guess. 45 00:04:27,291 --> 00:04:31,041 [Andrew] Uh, okay, well, I... Knowing my mom, it's probably a lot. 46 00:04:31,083 --> 00:04:33,291 I'm gonna say, three packs. 47 00:04:34,500 --> 00:04:36,375 -Oh, my God! -I mean, honestly. 48 00:04:36,416 --> 00:04:38,958 -[Andrew] What the hell! -You can't even buy this much in the stores. 49 00:04:39,000 --> 00:04:40,916 It's got to be like straight from the manufacturer. 50 00:04:40,958 --> 00:04:43,500 [Andrew] All right, well, I guess we got meals covered for the weekend. 51 00:04:43,541 --> 00:04:46,708 Yeah, sure. All right, come on, buddy, show me around. 52 00:04:46,750 --> 00:04:49,458 Well, that's what I was gonna do until you went to the fridge straight out of the gate. 53 00:04:49,500 --> 00:04:51,041 That's really disappointing to start off. 54 00:04:51,083 --> 00:04:52,916 Sorry, this will be better in here. 55 00:04:52,958 --> 00:04:57,250 Oh, fancy! Look at this furniture. 56 00:04:57,291 --> 00:05:00,583 Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This screams 1996. 57 00:05:00,625 --> 00:05:02,041 Yeah, yeah. 58 00:05:02,083 --> 00:05:05,041 -Um, actually, this couch, in particular... -Mm-hm. 59 00:05:05,083 --> 00:05:06,500 ...has a lot of history. 60 00:05:06,541 --> 00:05:08,250 Let me take you back, okay. Let me take you back. 61 00:05:08,291 --> 00:05:12,375 -What's happening? Okay. Um, it's the year 2000. -Mm-hm. 62 00:05:12,416 --> 00:05:14,958 I'm sitting right here with Courtney Wanamaker. 63 00:05:15,000 --> 00:05:17,250 We're listening to the Three Doors Down album. 64 00:05:17,291 --> 00:05:20,333 Oh, yeah, and then "Kryptonite" comes on. 65 00:05:21,000 --> 00:05:23,250 -I gotta make a move. -Oh, no. 66 00:05:23,291 --> 00:05:27,666 Yeah, yeah. First kiss right here, no tongue but, you know, first kiss. 67 00:05:27,708 --> 00:05:29,208 Courtney Wanamaker, huh? 68 00:05:29,250 --> 00:05:32,500 Oh, she had a frame no sixth grader could handle, mm. 69 00:05:32,541 --> 00:05:37,166 -Should I be jealous right now? -Um, no, come on. 70 00:05:37,208 --> 00:05:39,375 She's probably got three kids and in prison somewhere. 71 00:05:39,416 --> 00:05:42,250 [laughs] You know, I never pegged you for the jailbird type. 72 00:05:42,291 --> 00:05:45,250 -Oh, yeah, I'm a big jailbird guy. -Oh, you're a jailbird. 73 00:05:45,291 --> 00:05:47,041 -Big bad jailbird. -Oh, yeah. 74 00:05:47,083 --> 00:05:48,375 [laughs] 75 00:05:48,416 --> 00:05:50,916 Oh, and I don't mean to keep you. You can... 76 00:05:51,958 --> 00:05:53,666 You could find your... Do you have friends? 77 00:05:53,708 --> 00:05:55,416 -[Emma] Go with all my friends here? -Yeah, do you have a lot of... 78 00:05:55,458 --> 00:05:56,791 [Emma] Go visit [inaudible] sit with them. I don't have any here. 79 00:05:56,833 --> 00:05:59,166 You're my only friend here. I'm alone. 80 00:06:00,125 --> 00:06:01,791 Came here alone on a Friday night? 81 00:06:01,833 --> 00:06:04,916 Why are you judging me? Uh, you're here alone on a Friday night? 82 00:06:04,958 --> 00:06:08,041 -Well, it's my house. -[Emma] Oh, yeah. Right, you live here. 83 00:06:08,791 --> 00:06:12,875 -Such a nice house. -So, what's going on here? 84 00:06:12,916 --> 00:06:14,541 What's in the backpack? 85 00:06:15,833 --> 00:06:16,708 Bones. 86 00:06:16,750 --> 00:06:17,958 [gasps] 87 00:06:18,000 --> 00:06:21,416 That's one of my favorite shows. Which season? 88 00:06:21,458 --> 00:06:24,291 [laughs] That was quick. Good job. 89 00:06:24,333 --> 00:06:27,458 But, really, do you always bring a backpack into bars or what? 90 00:06:27,500 --> 00:06:30,250 -It's my stuff. I'm here for the weekend. 91 00:06:30,291 --> 00:06:31,833 -Mm? -Mm-hm. 92 00:06:31,875 --> 00:06:33,708 -Where do you live? -Chicago. 93 00:06:34,458 --> 00:06:36,250 -[Sammy] Really? -Yeah. 94 00:06:37,208 --> 00:06:39,666 -Sox or Cubs? -Cubs. 95 00:06:40,875 --> 00:06:45,166 Oh, no, he's leaving. Wrong answer I guess. This is... 96 00:06:45,208 --> 00:06:48,750 What is going on? Oh, my God! [laughs] 97 00:06:48,791 --> 00:06:52,833 -We were doing so well. -I thought so too. 98 00:06:52,875 --> 00:06:57,250 -I'm a White Sox fan. -Yeah, obviously, that's clear. 99 00:06:57,291 --> 00:06:59,250 -Are you gonna come back or... -[scoffs] 100 00:07:00,250 --> 00:07:03,750 -She'll come over here. -I won't. I'm not coming. 101 00:07:03,791 --> 00:07:05,416 [Sammy] All right, you're right. 102 00:07:06,291 --> 00:07:08,833 -I should be the bigger person. -[Emma] Wow! 103 00:07:08,875 --> 00:07:11,458 Oh, God, thank you for coming back and joining me. 104 00:07:11,500 --> 00:07:13,500 [Sammy] Well, I forgot my drink. 105 00:07:13,541 --> 00:07:16,041 Mm. I take it you're from Chicago. 106 00:07:16,083 --> 00:07:17,791 -South Side. -[Emma] Yeah. 107 00:07:17,833 --> 00:07:20,208 -Born and raised. -That is such a small world. Why are you here? 108 00:07:20,250 --> 00:07:23,708 -Oh, I'm back and forth between here and Chicago. -[Emma] Mm. 109 00:07:24,166 --> 00:07:26,041 -I went to ASU. -Sick. 110 00:07:27,541 --> 00:07:29,833 So we both just happen to be here. 111 00:07:33,291 --> 00:07:36,000 -I guess so. -[Emma] Yeah. 112 00:07:42,458 --> 00:07:44,916 Hey, is it weird we're sleeping in your parents' bed? 113 00:07:45,375 --> 00:07:47,291 [Andrew] No, this bed doesn't see any action. 114 00:07:47,333 --> 00:07:48,375 [laughs] 115 00:07:49,875 --> 00:07:52,208 Hey, big day tomorrow and someone's still at the office. 116 00:07:52,250 --> 00:07:55,333 No, I'm not. I swear, I'm... I'm... I'm not working. 117 00:07:55,375 --> 00:07:56,916 -Yeah. -Yeah, I'm... 118 00:07:56,958 --> 00:07:59,250 I'm looking up celebs who have the same birthday as me. 119 00:07:59,291 --> 00:08:03,583 -[laughs] Okay, who do we got? -Demi Lovato. Right. 120 00:08:03,625 --> 00:08:05,333 -Andrew Garfield... -Mm-hm. 121 00:08:05,375 --> 00:08:08,708 ...and, uh... -Al Roker. 122 00:08:09,458 --> 00:08:12,000 -Damn, who don't I have? -[laughs] Lucky. 123 00:08:12,583 --> 00:08:14,958 All right. Uh, fuck, chuck, marry. 124 00:08:15,000 --> 00:08:16,083 [Andrew] With those three? 125 00:08:17,083 --> 00:08:18,666 Oh, that's a tough one. 126 00:08:18,708 --> 00:08:23,458 Um, Demi's got great pipes and, uh, she's super body positive. 127 00:08:23,500 --> 00:08:26,250 -I think I'm marrying her. -Smart, I support that. 128 00:08:26,291 --> 00:08:29,875 Andrew Garfield's hot but he's already got a brand built. 129 00:08:29,916 --> 00:08:31,416 -Yeah. -It's tough to marry into that. 130 00:08:31,458 --> 00:08:34,375 I mean, I have a tough time being overshadowed as you know. 131 00:08:34,416 --> 00:08:36,958 I mean, you'd always be competing with the spidey franchise. 132 00:08:37,000 --> 00:08:39,250 -I didn't even think of that. -[Olivia] Yeah. 133 00:08:39,291 --> 00:08:41,958 I think I'm fucking Roker. 134 00:08:42,000 --> 00:08:43,666 He's got, he's got a great smile, 135 00:08:43,708 --> 00:08:46,750 he's got nights open which is convenient for me 136 00:08:46,791 --> 00:08:50,333 and, uh, and he can predict weather patterns, he's a superhero. 137 00:08:50,375 --> 00:08:52,333 And he'd definitely be prepared with a raincoat. 138 00:08:52,375 --> 00:08:54,041 Oh, you're so right. 139 00:08:54,083 --> 00:08:57,666 Speaking of raincoats, all this Al Roker talks got me super wet. 140 00:08:57,708 --> 00:09:01,750 -I was hoping maybe we could... -Not a chance. 141 00:09:01,791 --> 00:09:03,958 What? Come on, it's my birthday. 142 00:09:04,000 --> 00:09:08,375 -[Olivia] Not until tomorrow. -Well, that's in like an hour. 143 00:09:09,625 --> 00:09:11,416 All right, I'll wait an hour. 144 00:09:11,458 --> 00:09:12,875 [sighs] 145 00:09:12,916 --> 00:09:16,333 [upbeat music playing in background] 146 00:09:16,375 --> 00:09:19,708 -All right, what are we getting? -Tequila? 147 00:09:19,750 --> 00:09:20,916 [blows] 148 00:09:20,958 --> 00:09:23,541 That'll get it done. Two tequilas, please. 149 00:09:23,583 --> 00:09:24,708 -[Emma] On the rocks. -On the rocks. 150 00:09:24,750 --> 00:09:26,791 -With two limes. -Two limes. 151 00:09:26,833 --> 00:09:28,208 -[Emma] Yeah. -Demanding. 152 00:09:28,250 --> 00:09:30,958 Thank you. Uh, what do you do? 153 00:09:31,000 --> 00:09:33,333 I am in the bounce house game. 154 00:09:34,250 --> 00:09:36,875 What? What game is that? 155 00:09:36,916 --> 00:09:40,375 I work for a bounce house rental company, Sir Bounce A Lot. 156 00:09:40,416 --> 00:09:43,125 Heh, heh, no. What? 157 00:09:43,166 --> 00:09:45,625 -You're laughing at me? -That's awesome. 158 00:09:45,666 --> 00:09:48,375 Obviously, I don't want to be renting a bounce house the rest of my life, 159 00:09:48,416 --> 00:09:50,750 but it puts tequilas on the table. 160 00:09:51,333 --> 00:09:54,458 Okay. Well, then, 161 00:09:54,500 --> 00:09:57,500 cheers to Sir Bounce A Lot. 162 00:09:58,083 --> 00:09:59,458 Baby, I bounce. 163 00:10:02,208 --> 00:10:04,500 No, I get it. I don't want to be at my job forever either. 164 00:10:05,083 --> 00:10:08,375 -Where is that? -I work at a 3D printing company. 165 00:10:08,416 --> 00:10:09,666 -[Sammy] Hm. -Yeah. 166 00:10:09,708 --> 00:10:12,708 -You don't like it? -Oh, I do. I do. 167 00:10:12,750 --> 00:10:17,708 I just feel like I can... I feel like I can do better shit, you know. 168 00:10:19,333 --> 00:10:21,291 Then do better shit. 169 00:10:21,333 --> 00:10:23,708 Yeah, I would 170 00:10:23,750 --> 00:10:27,833 but my sister's my boss, so it gets a little complicated. 171 00:10:27,875 --> 00:10:29,250 [sighs] 172 00:10:31,000 --> 00:10:36,166 -You'll find a way. -Yeah. 173 00:10:36,208 --> 00:10:37,625 [sighs] 174 00:10:37,666 --> 00:10:42,541 You, uh... You want to know what I really want to do? 175 00:10:42,583 --> 00:10:43,625 Yeah. 176 00:10:45,291 --> 00:10:49,041 -Are you sure you want to know? -Yeah, I do. 177 00:10:49,083 --> 00:10:50,750 Don't ask again... You're going to ask again. You're so dramatic. 178 00:10:50,791 --> 00:10:53,708 -I don't know if you're ready for this. -I am. I'm ready for it. 179 00:10:53,750 --> 00:10:55,458 What do you want to do? 180 00:10:55,500 --> 00:10:58,791 I would love to play a song 181 00:10:58,833 --> 00:11:01,750 on my shitty ass phone 182 00:11:01,791 --> 00:11:03,708 and dance horribly with you. 183 00:11:06,000 --> 00:11:07,250 Let's do it. 184 00:11:12,416 --> 00:11:13,875 [Emma] Close the door. 185 00:11:15,291 --> 00:11:17,500 [Sammy] Let's get this bag out off your shoulders. 186 00:11:18,375 --> 00:11:19,583 -And this. -[Emma] It's gone. 187 00:11:19,625 --> 00:11:22,458 Lose that. Holy shit! 188 00:11:22,500 --> 00:11:24,208 [Emma groans] 189 00:11:26,250 --> 00:11:28,958 [Olivia moaning] 190 00:11:29,000 --> 00:11:30,958 -[Andrew] It's okay? -[Olivia] Yeah, it's okay. 191 00:11:31,000 --> 00:11:32,333 [Andrew] Right. 192 00:11:32,375 --> 00:11:33,583 [clattering] 193 00:11:33,625 --> 00:11:35,500 [both moaning] 194 00:11:35,541 --> 00:11:37,666 -[Andrew] Did you hear that? -[Olivia] No, what? 195 00:11:37,708 --> 00:11:40,958 -[Andrew] I thought I heard something. -[Olivia] No, it's fine. 196 00:11:41,000 --> 00:11:41,875 [clattering] 197 00:11:41,916 --> 00:11:43,250 [Olivia gasps] 198 00:11:49,625 --> 00:11:50,791 [Andrew] Come on. 199 00:11:50,833 --> 00:11:53,291 [Olivia breathing heavily] 200 00:11:57,333 --> 00:12:03,083 -Really, a paperback? -Yeah, a fucking ficus? Shh! -Okay. 201 00:12:10,041 --> 00:12:12,000 -Shh, shh! -Okay. 202 00:12:13,375 --> 00:12:15,416 -You hear that? -No. 203 00:12:15,458 --> 00:12:16,958 [Emma and Sammy laughing] 204 00:12:17,000 --> 00:12:18,916 [Andrew] I think it's coming from in here. 205 00:12:23,000 --> 00:12:25,583 Yeah, I definitely hear something. 206 00:12:25,625 --> 00:12:27,333 All right, you stay here, all right. 207 00:12:27,375 --> 00:12:28,916 -Okay, I love you. -Yeah, I love you. 208 00:12:33,333 --> 00:12:35,375 You son of a bitch, you think you can steal from... 209 00:12:35,416 --> 00:12:37,583 -Oh, shit. -Holy... Sammy. 210 00:12:37,625 --> 00:12:40,625 -Hi, Andrew. -Andrew. 211 00:12:41,208 --> 00:12:43,333 -Emma? -You know Emma. 212 00:12:44,625 --> 00:12:46,458 Wait, what Emma's here? 213 00:12:46,500 --> 00:12:49,000 Olivia, what the hell is going on? 214 00:12:49,041 --> 00:12:50,375 Oh, oh, God! Oh, God! 215 00:12:50,416 --> 00:12:52,416 -Is that? -Yes, this my wife. 216 00:12:52,458 --> 00:12:55,333 -This is Olivia? -Nice to finally meet you. 217 00:12:55,375 --> 00:12:57,791 Wait. I still have no idea how everyone knows each other. 218 00:12:57,833 --> 00:12:59,125 [Sammy] Oh, my God! You're beautiful. 219 00:12:59,166 --> 00:13:01,041 Dude, get your bare dick off my wife's gown. 220 00:13:01,083 --> 00:13:02,666 -[Sammy] Okay, okay. -What is wrong with you? 221 00:13:02,708 --> 00:13:04,750 -[Sammy] I'm sorry. Can I borrow this? -Yes, please cover up. 222 00:13:04,791 --> 00:13:05,958 [sighs] 223 00:13:07,208 --> 00:13:10,958 I've seen you, one dimension in the photos. 224 00:13:11,000 --> 00:13:13,750 But now here she is, bro. She's three-dimensional. 225 00:13:13,791 --> 00:13:17,291 What? Wait. How the hell do you know my sister? 226 00:13:17,333 --> 00:13:18,458 [sighs] 227 00:13:19,750 --> 00:13:21,500 -Sister? -We're half sisters. 228 00:13:21,541 --> 00:13:23,500 Oh, oh, fuck, 229 00:13:23,541 --> 00:13:29,375 your sister is my brother's wife. 230 00:13:31,000 --> 00:13:33,583 [laughs] Oh, my God! 231 00:13:33,625 --> 00:13:35,583 Oh, my God, you guys are brothers? 232 00:13:35,625 --> 00:13:37,750 -[Sammy] Yes. -[Emma] This is your parents' house. 233 00:13:37,791 --> 00:13:39,166 -Yup. -All right, wait, are they here right now? 234 00:13:39,208 --> 00:13:40,083 -[Sammy] No. -[Andrew] No. 235 00:13:40,125 --> 00:13:41,625 Oh, good. 236 00:13:41,666 --> 00:13:43,083 Emma, I thought you weren't supposed to come until tomorrow. 237 00:13:43,125 --> 00:13:44,875 Well, I did come. 238 00:13:45,458 --> 00:13:50,708 -And how did this happen? -I... I got one drink. 239 00:13:50,750 --> 00:13:53,625 -One drink. -I was putting up the charm. 240 00:13:53,666 --> 00:13:55,125 Sammy, what are you even doing here? 241 00:13:55,708 --> 00:13:59,500 Why can't I be here? It's my birthday too. 242 00:13:59,541 --> 00:14:02,000 -What? I thought it was Andrew's birthday. -It is. 243 00:14:02,041 --> 00:14:03,375 You guys have the same birthday? 244 00:14:03,416 --> 00:14:04,791 -[Sammy] Yes. -[Andrew] Yes. 245 00:14:05,541 --> 00:14:07,083 [laughs] Holy shit! 246 00:14:12,750 --> 00:14:14,708 -[Sammy] Thanks, Liv. -[Olivia] Mm-hm. 247 00:14:14,750 --> 00:14:16,166 [sighs] 248 00:14:21,000 --> 00:14:23,666 Oh, that looks good. 249 00:14:23,708 --> 00:14:26,000 Don't you think that's enough? 250 00:14:29,541 --> 00:14:32,291 So how did you guys not know that the other one was gonna be here? 251 00:14:32,333 --> 00:14:33,958 We haven't really been talking recently. 252 00:14:34,000 --> 00:14:36,500 Oh, why don't you give them the full story? 253 00:14:36,541 --> 00:14:38,791 He did clock me in the face in front of our entire family. 254 00:14:39,375 --> 00:14:40,833 And you did deserve it. 255 00:14:40,875 --> 00:14:42,791 Oh, you're turning 30 and you still got that edge to you. 256 00:14:42,833 --> 00:14:44,583 25 and you're still a child. 257 00:14:44,625 --> 00:14:47,833 Oh, man, what does an adult birthday look like? 258 00:14:47,875 --> 00:14:49,666 His friend Mark is coming in for a round of golf. 259 00:14:49,708 --> 00:14:52,250 -Oh, you're teaming up with the Links, huh. -[Olivia] Mm-hm. 260 00:14:52,291 --> 00:14:54,500 Only you would leave your wife behind on your birthday. 261 00:14:54,541 --> 00:14:58,208 Well, you know, if you were at our wedding, you'd know that Olivia loves golf too. 262 00:14:58,791 --> 00:15:00,375 How would I know that from your wedding? 263 00:15:00,416 --> 00:15:03,958 Because we had a cake, a golf cake. 264 00:15:04,000 --> 00:15:05,166 Yeah. 265 00:15:05,208 --> 00:15:07,666 Jesus, it's your phone background. 266 00:15:07,708 --> 00:15:11,083 No offense, Liv, that's the lamest thing I've ever seen. 267 00:15:11,125 --> 00:15:12,958 Oh, that's, that's a chocolate sand trap. 268 00:15:13,000 --> 00:15:14,458 No, it's butterscotch, fuck you. 269 00:15:14,500 --> 00:15:16,083 Look, Sammy, I think your brother's point is 270 00:15:16,125 --> 00:15:18,375 that he would have loved to have you at the wedding. 271 00:15:18,416 --> 00:15:20,541 I know. I had trouble making it up there. 272 00:15:20,583 --> 00:15:22,125 Well, you know, you really didn't have any trouble 273 00:15:22,166 --> 00:15:24,625 making it up into my wife's sister, did you? 274 00:15:25,750 --> 00:15:27,041 True. 275 00:15:27,083 --> 00:15:28,208 [laughs] 276 00:15:29,166 --> 00:15:33,250 So when's our guy getting here? 277 00:15:33,291 --> 00:15:34,750 [laughs] 278 00:15:36,333 --> 00:15:38,791 -You're such an asshole. -[Sammy] I was messing. 279 00:15:38,833 --> 00:15:41,916 I'm joking. I'm messing with you. 280 00:15:45,000 --> 00:15:46,500 What is wrong with you? 281 00:15:47,208 --> 00:15:49,500 I mean, this clearly was not my intention, I'm sorry. 282 00:15:49,541 --> 00:15:51,583 Andrew and I went out of our way to set you up with Mark, 283 00:15:51,625 --> 00:15:53,541 so you could have a chance at a real relationship 284 00:15:53,583 --> 00:15:55,541 and you fucked this guy on the way in. 285 00:15:55,583 --> 00:15:57,625 Uh, Liv, this is funny. 286 00:15:57,666 --> 00:15:59,916 And I didn't mean to ruin the weekend. It'll be fine. 287 00:15:59,958 --> 00:16:01,625 This isn't about the weekend, Emma. 288 00:16:01,666 --> 00:16:03,958 This is about you learning how to take care of yourself for once. 289 00:16:04,000 --> 00:16:05,958 I do take care of myself. 290 00:16:06,000 --> 00:16:08,958 Oh, by running around to bars and hooking up with random dudes? 291 00:16:09,000 --> 00:16:11,375 I mean, don't you see how well that worked out for mom? 292 00:16:12,250 --> 00:16:14,208 Oh, my God! [sighs] 293 00:16:15,708 --> 00:16:18,666 Look, I moved on so I wouldn't repeat her mistakes. 294 00:16:21,250 --> 00:16:23,000 Well, that's great for you, Liv. 295 00:16:23,958 --> 00:16:25,958 [Olivia] It's just that I don't want you to repeat them either. 296 00:16:26,000 --> 00:16:27,250 I understand that. 297 00:16:31,000 --> 00:16:34,416 -All right, so what do we tell Mark? -Nothing. 298 00:16:34,458 --> 00:16:36,083 It's not a big deal. 299 00:16:36,125 --> 00:16:37,958 -Can you use a fork? -No, I can't. 300 00:16:38,000 --> 00:16:39,916 Honestly, you're like a cave woman. 301 00:16:39,958 --> 00:16:42,208 They're supposed to be on your fingers. That's what they made for. 302 00:16:42,250 --> 00:16:44,166 You're like a woman that lives in a cave. 303 00:16:46,583 --> 00:16:48,000 Big guy. 304 00:16:49,666 --> 00:16:50,875 [sighs] 305 00:16:53,458 --> 00:16:55,083 [Andrew] Mom and dad even know you're here? 306 00:16:56,833 --> 00:17:00,125 -They're in Italy for a month. -Yeah, I know, this is their house. 307 00:17:00,166 --> 00:17:02,125 And I always crash here when they're gone. 308 00:17:02,166 --> 00:17:03,458 What, you don't think they want to see you? 309 00:17:06,041 --> 00:17:07,291 What do you want me to say to that? 310 00:17:08,125 --> 00:17:09,541 What do you want from me? 311 00:17:09,583 --> 00:17:12,375 What do I want from you? I want you to leave, honestly. 312 00:17:12,416 --> 00:17:14,541 I came here with my wife to enjoy my birthday. 313 00:17:14,583 --> 00:17:16,250 And I have every right to be here too. 314 00:17:16,291 --> 00:17:17,500 Can you just give us some space? 315 00:17:17,541 --> 00:17:19,416 Why do you automatically get the house? 316 00:17:19,458 --> 00:17:22,625 -Sammy, we were here first, all right. I'm older. -And I'm not leaving. 317 00:17:23,208 --> 00:17:25,500 All right, well, then you do your thing and I'll do mine. 318 00:17:32,916 --> 00:17:35,375 [whistling] 319 00:17:39,666 --> 00:17:42,291 Oh, so we're just going to ignore each other this weekend? 320 00:17:42,333 --> 00:17:43,791 Get off the car. 321 00:17:45,833 --> 00:17:47,083 [Sammy sighs] 322 00:17:47,125 --> 00:17:48,916 It's been five years, Sammy. 323 00:17:48,958 --> 00:17:51,208 You punched me in the face on Christmas. 324 00:17:51,250 --> 00:17:52,750 After you tackled me into a tree. 325 00:17:52,791 --> 00:17:55,000 Yeah, because you called me out in front of our entire family. 326 00:17:55,041 --> 00:17:58,916 -I was trying to help you. -Oh, that was some help. 327 00:17:59,416 --> 00:18:01,375 Okay, you know what, maybe I did go too far, 328 00:18:01,416 --> 00:18:03,958 but at least I've made an effort since. 329 00:18:04,000 --> 00:18:07,333 But an effort to what? Fix me? You want to fix me? 330 00:18:07,375 --> 00:18:08,625 No, I don't want to fix you. 331 00:18:08,666 --> 00:18:10,583 I want to have a relationship with you. 332 00:18:10,625 --> 00:18:11,666 [chuckles] 333 00:18:11,708 --> 00:18:15,000 Dude, I've hit you up. 334 00:18:15,041 --> 00:18:16,625 Really? You've hit me up. 335 00:18:16,666 --> 00:18:19,958 Mm. Must have missed all those times you've hit me up. 336 00:18:20,000 --> 00:18:23,833 Also don't you think it's a little weird that it's taken all this for you to meet my wife? 337 00:18:23,875 --> 00:18:29,708 I do. I do, but I... I'm admitting that. And I'm here now. 338 00:18:29,750 --> 00:18:33,333 Well, we're already golfing and we already have four with Mark. 339 00:18:33,375 --> 00:18:36,666 -Fuck Mark. -No, not "fuck Mark," okay? 340 00:18:36,708 --> 00:18:38,458 Mark's a great guy, don't do that. 341 00:18:39,958 --> 00:18:44,250 You know what, just... Hey, just stay away from us, all right. 342 00:18:45,458 --> 00:18:47,125 I'm going to be here all weekend. 343 00:18:47,166 --> 00:18:48,708 And I'm not going to let you ruin mine. 344 00:18:48,750 --> 00:18:50,333 -We're going to play golf. -Then I'm going to come with. 345 00:18:50,375 --> 00:18:53,708 -We already have our group, Sam. -No, bro, you want to hang out. 346 00:18:53,750 --> 00:18:57,375 So, let's do that, let's hang out, let's play fucking golf. 347 00:18:57,416 --> 00:19:00,041 [tranquil music playing] 348 00:19:01,916 --> 00:19:03,041 [blows] 349 00:19:03,083 --> 00:19:04,791 -That's looking good, babe. -Thanks. 350 00:19:15,791 --> 00:19:17,791 -Full house. -Mark. 351 00:19:17,833 --> 00:19:19,541 Hey. 352 00:19:19,583 --> 00:19:22,208 -All right, big guy, happy birthday. -Oh, thanks for coming, dude. 353 00:19:22,250 --> 00:19:23,750 -[Mark] Thanks for having me. -Good to see you. 354 00:19:23,791 --> 00:19:25,625 You remember my wife Olivia from the party at the office. 355 00:19:25,666 --> 00:19:27,625 -Hello, it's so nice to see you. -This is my sister Emma. 356 00:19:27,666 --> 00:19:29,291 Hi, Emma, nice to meet you. 357 00:19:29,333 --> 00:19:32,291 Mark Jansen, VP, regional sales. I work with Andrew. 358 00:19:32,333 --> 00:19:34,333 He says you're, uh, obviously amazing. 359 00:19:34,375 --> 00:19:36,750 Oh, cool. I've... Yeah, I've... I heard about you too. 360 00:19:36,791 --> 00:19:37,833 [Mark] Yeah. 361 00:19:40,083 --> 00:19:42,750 Okay, so what's up with cookie monster here? Five on a foursome. 362 00:19:42,791 --> 00:19:45,333 Yeah, well, this is my brother Sammy, he's a late addition to the group. 363 00:19:45,375 --> 00:19:46,750 What's up, man? I'm Sammy, Emma's boyfriend. 364 00:19:46,791 --> 00:19:49,625 Well, that's not true at all. Yeah. We just met. 365 00:19:50,916 --> 00:19:53,291 Uh, it's a joke like your shirt. 366 00:19:53,791 --> 00:19:56,458 Yeah, we're just kidding, man. Relax, relax. 367 00:19:56,500 --> 00:19:59,583 I'm not dating Emma, yet. Yet. Okay. No, I'm just kidding. 368 00:19:59,625 --> 00:20:01,250 -We'll see you out there, Matt. -It's Mark. 369 00:20:01,291 --> 00:20:02,750 -Take care, Matt. -[Mark] Cool, man. 370 00:20:02,791 --> 00:20:05,875 Don't listen to him, I'm sorry. He's just being silly. 371 00:20:05,916 --> 00:20:09,458 Oh, what do they say? Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet. 372 00:20:09,500 --> 00:20:12,083 -Yeah, heh. -Closer than we'd like. 373 00:20:12,125 --> 00:20:13,916 [laughs] 374 00:20:16,000 --> 00:20:18,666 Uh, well, this wasn't awkward at all. Let's go... 375 00:20:18,708 --> 00:20:20,958 -Let's get to golfing, right? -We're on. 376 00:20:21,000 --> 00:20:22,500 [Sammy] These are some nice clubs, Matt. 377 00:20:22,541 --> 00:20:24,416 -Let's play some golf, all five of us. -[Olivia] Whoo. 378 00:20:30,791 --> 00:20:32,666 -[Andrew] All right, Mark. -Come on. 379 00:20:32,708 --> 00:20:34,083 Par-4, buddy, you got this. 380 00:20:34,875 --> 00:20:36,833 [Olivia] It's big moment. 381 00:20:36,875 --> 00:20:38,833 Ah, jeez, this wind's picking up, isn't it? 382 00:20:38,875 --> 00:20:39,875 [sighs] 383 00:20:40,458 --> 00:20:44,291 Oh, yeah. Pfft. Strong winds. 384 00:20:44,333 --> 00:20:48,416 Yeah, south easterlies, it's a Mark special. 385 00:20:48,458 --> 00:20:50,125 Why don't you step off again and make sure? 386 00:20:50,166 --> 00:20:51,666 -Sammy. -Stop that. 387 00:20:51,708 --> 00:20:52,958 -I'm trying to help him. -Stop it. 388 00:20:53,000 --> 00:20:53,916 No, you're not. 389 00:21:00,416 --> 00:21:01,458 [clinks] 390 00:21:01,500 --> 00:21:03,333 -[Andrew] Whoo. -Whoo. 391 00:21:04,125 --> 00:21:06,208 -Holy shit! -Beautiful. 392 00:21:07,125 --> 00:21:10,000 -[Andrew] Whoa. -Fuck, yeah, Mark. 393 00:21:10,041 --> 00:21:11,958 -[Emma] Holy shit. -Jeez, man. 394 00:21:12,000 --> 00:21:13,791 -[Emma] That was really good. -That was perfect. 395 00:21:14,291 --> 00:21:16,083 [Andrew] Solid work, bud. Solid work, come on. 396 00:21:16,125 --> 00:21:18,791 [Olivia] That's right. PGA Tour, huh? 397 00:21:20,125 --> 00:21:21,333 [sighs] 398 00:21:27,291 --> 00:21:29,083 All right. 399 00:21:37,000 --> 00:21:38,375 [sighs] 400 00:21:47,583 --> 00:21:49,333 Oh, my God, why don't you try a few more, Sammy? 401 00:21:49,375 --> 00:21:52,666 All right, all right. Don't need it from you. 402 00:21:52,708 --> 00:21:53,708 -Okay. -Don't need it from you-- 403 00:21:53,750 --> 00:21:54,583 Hurry up. 404 00:22:03,250 --> 00:22:05,875 -Oh, fuck. -[Andrew] Floor. 405 00:22:06,875 --> 00:22:07,916 [sighs] 406 00:22:07,958 --> 00:22:09,958 -Sammy, just a moment. -[Sammy] What? 407 00:22:10,000 --> 00:22:12,750 Stay there. Here, pivot it up. 408 00:22:12,791 --> 00:22:15,166 You got feminine hips, see? You got to drop down. 409 00:22:15,208 --> 00:22:18,250 -Why are you touching me, Mark? -Just trying to help you out. 410 00:22:18,291 --> 00:22:19,958 No, stop talking to me. 411 00:22:20,000 --> 00:22:21,625 My God, Sammy, he's just trying to help you. 412 00:22:21,666 --> 00:22:23,583 -Golf is fucking stupid. -Hey. 413 00:22:23,625 --> 00:22:25,583 -Okay. -It's stupid. 414 00:22:25,625 --> 00:22:26,708 [Mark] Jesus. 415 00:22:30,083 --> 00:22:32,208 -Yeah, exactly. -It doesn't help us obviously. 416 00:22:32,250 --> 00:22:34,500 Right. I'd say... I think you look good in a visor. 417 00:22:34,541 --> 00:22:37,750 -[Olivia] Okay, thank you. -[Sammy] He should not be wearing a visor. Oh, just... 418 00:22:39,000 --> 00:22:43,083 -It's hot out here, eh. -Are you okay? 419 00:22:43,125 --> 00:22:45,750 Yeah, no, I... I'm shooting for par. 420 00:22:45,791 --> 00:22:48,000 No, no, I mean, you like look really, really... 421 00:22:48,041 --> 00:22:49,500 -Oh, my God! -[Olivia] Oh, my God! 422 00:22:49,541 --> 00:22:51,833 -[Andrew] Mark? -Did he just faint? 423 00:22:51,875 --> 00:22:53,500 -[Andrew] What happened? -[Emma] Is he breathing? 424 00:22:53,541 --> 00:22:54,833 Okay, here. No, let's get him over the car. 425 00:22:54,875 --> 00:22:56,791 [Olivia] Somebody get him some water. Oh, Jesus. 426 00:22:56,833 --> 00:22:58,500 -Oh, God. -[Andrew] Sammy, go do something. 427 00:22:58,541 --> 00:23:01,916 All right, fine. I will, I will. I'll do something. 428 00:23:01,958 --> 00:23:04,375 -You guys are super dramatic. -[Andrew] Oh, just go. 429 00:23:04,416 --> 00:23:05,791 -Just get him in there, okay. -Here we go. 430 00:23:05,833 --> 00:23:07,291 All right, we got it, we got it, we got it. 431 00:23:07,333 --> 00:23:09,416 -[Andrew] Careful, careful, careful. -Oh, babe. 432 00:23:09,458 --> 00:23:11,708 -Don't throw him. -I didn't throw him, he just... 433 00:23:11,750 --> 00:23:15,250 -He's dense. He's very dense for such a short guy. -Jesus! 434 00:23:17,500 --> 00:23:19,250 [Emma sighs] 435 00:23:19,291 --> 00:23:20,625 Feeling better? 436 00:23:20,666 --> 00:23:22,833 Uh, you look like an angel in that light. 437 00:23:22,875 --> 00:23:24,333 [Emma laughs] 438 00:23:24,375 --> 00:23:26,916 I think you're just feeling that fall still, bud. 439 00:23:26,958 --> 00:23:30,916 -You'll be okay. -There he is. 440 00:23:30,958 --> 00:23:32,958 What took you so long? 441 00:23:33,000 --> 00:23:36,041 They're busy, dude, but I got that water he needed so badly. 442 00:23:36,083 --> 00:23:38,125 That's the biggest water you could have gotten? 443 00:23:38,166 --> 00:23:39,500 Yeah, it's... Oh, he's awake. 444 00:23:39,541 --> 00:23:40,708 -It's all they had in the clubhouse. -Oh, my God! 445 00:23:40,750 --> 00:23:42,375 -What is that? -Did you take a sip of that? 446 00:23:42,416 --> 00:23:43,500 -Yeah, it was... -What's wrong with you? 447 00:23:43,541 --> 00:23:45,041 -It was spilling. -Just drink it. 448 00:23:45,083 --> 00:23:47,250 -Oh, so sipping it makes it... -It was spilling everywhere. 449 00:23:47,291 --> 00:23:49,166 You brought him no water... You know what... 450 00:23:54,416 --> 00:23:56,208 -Hey. -Hey. 451 00:23:58,000 --> 00:24:03,541 I would just like to apologize for, you know, my behavior back there. 452 00:24:03,583 --> 00:24:05,666 Your behavior... Oh, what? 453 00:24:05,708 --> 00:24:07,875 I don't remember any crazy outbursts 454 00:24:07,916 --> 00:24:11,375 or you going on a rant about how much you hate golf. 455 00:24:11,416 --> 00:24:13,375 Yeah, well, I didn't think they'd be taking it so seriously. 456 00:24:13,416 --> 00:24:15,791 [Emma] I don't think they're taking it seriously. 457 00:24:15,833 --> 00:24:18,958 I think they're just trying to enjoy themselves. It's his birthday. 458 00:24:19,000 --> 00:24:20,708 It's your birthday. 459 00:24:20,750 --> 00:24:23,125 Hey, we're thinking of grilling out before we do presents and cake. 460 00:24:23,166 --> 00:24:24,750 Yeah, we're gonna fire up the Barbie. 461 00:24:24,791 --> 00:24:27,958 -Please, I'm starving. -Yeah, yeah, I'm down. 462 00:24:28,000 --> 00:24:29,833 -Let's fire that Barbie up. -Yeah. 463 00:24:31,583 --> 00:24:33,041 You sure you don't have to be somewhere, Sammy? 464 00:24:33,083 --> 00:24:36,500 No, no, I'll stick around. 465 00:24:36,541 --> 00:24:38,333 -Yeah. -[Sammy] Yeah. 466 00:24:38,375 --> 00:24:40,500 -Yeah? -[Sammy] Yeah. 467 00:24:40,541 --> 00:24:42,625 -Yeah? -Yeah. 468 00:24:43,833 --> 00:24:44,791 -All right. -[Andrew] Yeah. 469 00:24:44,833 --> 00:24:46,708 -Awesome. -Yeah, let's eat. 470 00:24:47,500 --> 00:24:48,708 [Olivia] All right. 471 00:24:50,125 --> 00:24:51,958 I'd be down for just Lunchables. 472 00:24:52,000 --> 00:24:53,708 We're not eating just Lunchables. 473 00:24:53,750 --> 00:24:55,333 Why? They're good. 474 00:24:58,458 --> 00:25:00,166 Hey, is the hamburger meat here or back there? 475 00:25:00,208 --> 00:25:05,041 -I think it's up here. -I'm seeing beer. 476 00:25:05,083 --> 00:25:06,791 -Oh, here's Franks. -Yeah. 477 00:25:08,916 --> 00:25:12,541 Mark, man, I just want to, um, apologize to you. I did... 478 00:25:12,583 --> 00:25:14,541 I got a little carried away on the greens today. 479 00:25:14,583 --> 00:25:17,041 Oh, back there? Uh, don't worry about it, champ. 480 00:25:19,208 --> 00:25:22,416 -Oh, let's grab some of this. -Champ? You kidding me. 481 00:25:22,458 --> 00:25:24,708 Stop looking for a reason to fight. 482 00:25:24,750 --> 00:25:25,791 You were a dick on the greens today. 483 00:25:25,833 --> 00:25:29,333 No, no. I stand behind my actions, okay? 484 00:25:29,375 --> 00:25:30,916 Golf is a dumb game. 485 00:25:31,500 --> 00:25:33,916 Then why'd you just apologize to him, huh? 486 00:25:33,958 --> 00:25:35,583 Oh, you want an apology, too. 487 00:25:35,625 --> 00:25:38,541 I would love an apology from you, at least once in your life. 488 00:25:40,166 --> 00:25:42,416 -Oh, here we go. -Here's the meat. 489 00:25:42,458 --> 00:25:44,500 -Now we're talking. -Look at the ground beef. 490 00:25:44,541 --> 00:25:47,625 -Mm-hm. -For Mark's authentic burgers, these will do it. 491 00:25:47,666 --> 00:25:49,250 The value packs are always great. 492 00:25:49,291 --> 00:25:52,333 -Hey, our friendship is nothing but value. -Heh. 493 00:25:52,375 --> 00:25:54,958 So, um, actually, Andrew tells me you guys are looking for a place. 494 00:25:55,000 --> 00:25:57,333 I'm not sure if he told you, I just got one myself. 495 00:25:57,375 --> 00:25:59,166 Oh, yeah, you know, we've been talking about it. 496 00:25:59,208 --> 00:26:00,833 There's no need to rush anything now. 497 00:26:00,875 --> 00:26:02,541 We're pretty happy with where we're at. 498 00:26:02,583 --> 00:26:06,208 Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm sure, but, I mean, it is a buyer's market, 499 00:26:06,250 --> 00:26:08,416 it might be best to sort of get it now while it's good. 500 00:26:08,458 --> 00:26:10,500 Oh, you know, that's what I'm always telling him. 501 00:26:10,541 --> 00:26:11,708 Baby, you should listen to your friend. 502 00:26:11,750 --> 00:26:13,250 -I know, I should. -Smart. He's smart. 503 00:26:13,291 --> 00:26:15,250 -Thanks, Mark. I appreciate that. -Oh, you're welcome, mate. 504 00:26:15,291 --> 00:26:17,041 Now I have to buy a house. 505 00:26:18,625 --> 00:26:21,458 Why is it always so cold in grocery stores? 506 00:26:21,500 --> 00:26:22,583 Well, that's just what they do. 507 00:26:22,625 --> 00:26:25,166 It's Arizona, it's always hot, you know. 508 00:26:25,208 --> 00:26:27,083 You know, I'm sorry though, right. 509 00:26:27,125 --> 00:26:30,041 Will you stop acting so apologetic, please? 510 00:26:30,083 --> 00:26:32,041 I get that it's weird but you're acting crazy. 511 00:26:32,083 --> 00:26:33,708 But it's... Because it is weird. 512 00:26:33,750 --> 00:26:36,666 I had to cover my piece with a copy of Pride and Prejudice. 513 00:26:36,708 --> 00:26:39,666 That... I know, yeah, I was there. I was naked too. 514 00:26:39,708 --> 00:26:42,125 I was wrapped up in like an itchy blanket, naked. 515 00:26:42,166 --> 00:26:43,791 -Was it itchy? It wasn't for me. -It actually was. 516 00:26:43,833 --> 00:26:45,250 I'm still itching. 517 00:26:45,291 --> 00:26:46,833 [laughs] 518 00:26:47,750 --> 00:26:51,500 Seriously, though, are you okay with me being here this weekend? 519 00:26:51,541 --> 00:26:54,541 I am so okay with you being here this weekend. 520 00:26:54,583 --> 00:26:57,416 I just wish you'd stop acting like it's a big deal. 521 00:26:57,458 --> 00:27:01,333 -Yeah, it's no big deal, right? -It's no big deal. 522 00:27:01,375 --> 00:27:03,458 -No big deal? -No big deal. 523 00:27:03,500 --> 00:27:06,333 -No... -These chips are a big deal. 524 00:27:06,916 --> 00:27:11,500 Hey. I told you that I was leaving. 525 00:27:13,541 --> 00:27:16,083 Yeah, she's here. She's fine. 526 00:27:18,500 --> 00:27:21,416 Okay. Yeah, I'll be back tomorrow. 527 00:27:23,416 --> 00:27:26,041 Love you, bye. Bye. 528 00:27:26,083 --> 00:27:27,125 [chuckles] 529 00:27:27,708 --> 00:27:30,208 -Who's that? -Mom. 530 00:27:32,375 --> 00:27:37,166 -Mom. What does she want? -She was wondering where I was. 531 00:27:37,208 --> 00:27:38,708 Why? Why does she care? 532 00:27:40,791 --> 00:27:45,166 -Because she lives with me. -What? 533 00:27:46,166 --> 00:27:51,333 Yeah, ever since she got kicked out of her apartment last month, she has been living with me. 534 00:27:51,375 --> 00:27:53,041 You can't keep enabling her like this, Emma. 535 00:27:53,083 --> 00:27:54,958 Why are you acting like I'm doing something wrong? 536 00:27:55,000 --> 00:27:58,750 She's never gonna learn if you continuously clean up her messes. 537 00:27:58,791 --> 00:28:01,125 Who's going to take care of her if it's not me? 538 00:28:01,166 --> 00:28:03,583 Seriously, Olivia, it's not going to be you. 539 00:28:03,625 --> 00:28:06,083 I just... I can't believe you didn't talk to me about this first. 540 00:28:06,125 --> 00:28:08,625 Why... why would I talk to you about this when you act like this? 541 00:28:08,666 --> 00:28:10,708 She takes advantage of you every time. 542 00:28:10,750 --> 00:28:14,083 Will you stop acting like taking care of our mother is a weakness? 543 00:28:14,666 --> 00:28:17,291 -Please. -Okay, fine. 544 00:28:17,333 --> 00:28:19,708 But don't complain to me when she leaves again. 545 00:28:21,541 --> 00:28:22,625 [sighs] 546 00:28:22,666 --> 00:28:23,958 Oh, my God! 547 00:28:24,000 --> 00:28:26,666 [upbeat music playing] 548 00:28:39,250 --> 00:28:40,500 [Olivia sighs] 549 00:28:40,541 --> 00:28:42,958 They don't usually let me in places this nice. 550 00:28:43,000 --> 00:28:44,875 Are you sure you don't need any help? 551 00:28:44,916 --> 00:28:46,833 Oh, yeah, mate. You're kidding, I'm your guest. 552 00:28:46,875 --> 00:28:48,541 -It's the least I could do. -Well, thank you. 553 00:28:48,583 --> 00:28:50,208 All right, we were hoping to clean up a bit before dinner, so... 554 00:28:50,250 --> 00:28:52,625 -Yeah. -Oh, yeah, no, absolutely. 555 00:28:52,666 --> 00:28:54,791 I mean, I've pretty much got it all covered here 556 00:28:54,833 --> 00:28:57,708 so, yeah, you know what they say, man of the house, king of the grill. 557 00:28:57,750 --> 00:28:59,041 Oh! Oh, is that what they say? 558 00:28:59,083 --> 00:29:02,250 Yeah, it's, um... It's a saying, it's pretty big... 559 00:29:02,291 --> 00:29:03,416 It's a pretty common saying. 560 00:29:03,458 --> 00:29:06,625 -Yeah, in Australia? -Just most places... 561 00:29:06,666 --> 00:29:08,708 -It's a pretty common word. -All right. 562 00:29:08,750 --> 00:29:09,958 [Andrew] Let me know if you can't find anything. 563 00:29:10,000 --> 00:29:11,875 -All right, you got this, buddy. -Okay. 564 00:29:11,916 --> 00:29:13,125 A lot of people say it. 565 00:29:17,916 --> 00:29:19,666 We have to tell Mark what happened last night. 566 00:29:20,541 --> 00:29:23,375 -What's that gonna solve? -We put him in this situation. 567 00:29:23,416 --> 00:29:25,791 He deserves to know the truth. 568 00:29:25,833 --> 00:29:27,583 [Andrew] Well, don't you think that should be up to Emma? 569 00:29:27,625 --> 00:29:30,416 She'll never tell him, she's far too immature. 570 00:29:30,458 --> 00:29:33,375 Yeah, like Sammy's the poster boy for maturity. 571 00:29:35,000 --> 00:29:36,083 [sighs] 572 00:29:36,125 --> 00:29:39,083 This is so dumb but when we were kids, 573 00:29:39,125 --> 00:29:43,458 we used to try to write our names in the dirt with our pee. 574 00:29:43,500 --> 00:29:47,041 -Wait, so you guys are guys. -No, no, it gets worse. 575 00:29:47,625 --> 00:29:49,958 One time when Sammy was like seven, 576 00:29:50,000 --> 00:29:53,000 he somehow got his hands on a bottle of Flomax, 577 00:29:53,041 --> 00:29:55,333 thinking he could write his whole name out. 578 00:29:55,375 --> 00:29:58,208 -Does that even work? -No, no, he just pissed himself immediately. 579 00:29:58,250 --> 00:29:59,875 [both laugh] 580 00:30:01,791 --> 00:30:04,375 Tell me more about this punch you landed. 581 00:30:06,500 --> 00:30:07,583 Hmm. 582 00:30:09,000 --> 00:30:11,833 It was definitely not my proudest moment being a brother. 583 00:30:13,541 --> 00:30:14,750 What happened? 584 00:30:16,750 --> 00:30:20,916 Sammy dropped out of school without telling our parents 585 00:30:20,958 --> 00:30:22,916 and I felt like they needed to know. 586 00:30:24,000 --> 00:30:25,541 So you told them. 587 00:30:27,500 --> 00:30:32,083 We tried to keep him from making a big mistake, and he didn't see it that way. 588 00:30:33,708 --> 00:30:36,458 I would argue that the punch was out of self-defense, honestly. 589 00:30:36,500 --> 00:30:39,333 Look, I'm just surprised I've never heard the story before. 590 00:30:39,375 --> 00:30:41,208 He's not in our lives. 591 00:30:41,250 --> 00:30:44,083 He's not in my life after everything I've tried to do to keep him in it. 592 00:30:45,916 --> 00:30:47,500 He just totally shuts me out. 593 00:30:49,791 --> 00:30:51,208 I get it. 594 00:30:51,250 --> 00:30:53,833 I mean, you know all that stuff going on with my mom. 595 00:30:53,875 --> 00:30:58,625 Yeah, I do, but, ah, I mean, your mom at least came to our wedding, right? 596 00:30:58,666 --> 00:31:00,708 Where's Sammy been for the last five years? 597 00:31:00,750 --> 00:31:03,208 He didn't even get to meet you until this weekend. 598 00:31:03,250 --> 00:31:07,791 Right, and now that he's here, everything's suddenly supposed to be okay? 599 00:31:09,000 --> 00:31:11,416 Yeah, but it does seem like he is trying. 600 00:31:11,458 --> 00:31:13,083 That's the thing. 601 00:31:13,125 --> 00:31:16,666 It's not me that's keeping him here, it's Emma. 602 00:31:19,833 --> 00:31:21,083 I... What do you mean? 603 00:31:21,125 --> 00:31:22,375 It just... It doesn't make any sense? 604 00:31:22,416 --> 00:31:25,250 -How? -Because Taran Killam is like 6'1". 605 00:31:25,291 --> 00:31:27,166 -Okay. -Amanda Bynes is only like 5'7". 606 00:31:27,208 --> 00:31:29,291 Oh, my God, but her grandma is like 90 years old, so it doesn't matter? 607 00:31:29,333 --> 00:31:31,583 Oh, I don't care if she's blind and deaf. 608 00:31:31,625 --> 00:31:34,250 You would know the difference between Killam and Bynes. 609 00:31:34,291 --> 00:31:35,916 -Not if you're 90. -And how does the script... 610 00:31:35,958 --> 00:31:37,625 How does the script even getting to Paul Giamatti's hands? 611 00:31:37,666 --> 00:31:41,416 -Simple. Frankie Muniz gets run over by Giamatti's limo... -Hmm. 612 00:31:41,458 --> 00:31:43,416 ...and Muniz is in a rush to get his paper 613 00:31:43,458 --> 00:31:45,958 and so when he gets in the car and he drops his backpack in a rush, 614 00:31:46,000 --> 00:31:47,333 he forgets his paper. 615 00:31:47,375 --> 00:31:49,958 -Oh, that is way too easy. -Okay. 616 00:31:50,000 --> 00:31:51,333 -Sammy. -Emma. 617 00:31:51,375 --> 00:31:53,416 -[laughs] Sammy, Sammy. -Okay, Emma, Emma, Emma. 618 00:31:53,458 --> 00:31:58,083 I'm not saying that Big Fat Liaris a perfectly structured script. 619 00:31:59,291 --> 00:32:01,916 But, no, no, you know what it is. 620 00:32:01,958 --> 00:32:03,125 -But that's... -It's perfectly structured script. 621 00:32:03,166 --> 00:32:04,250 -That's what you're saying. -You're crazy. 622 00:32:04,291 --> 00:32:06,458 But that's what you're saying. No, hey. 623 00:32:06,500 --> 00:32:09,500 -Oh, my God! I deserved it. -I'm sorry. 624 00:32:09,541 --> 00:32:12,416 -It's okay. -Why are you so cool? 625 00:32:13,333 --> 00:32:16,333 I could talk about early 2000s teen dramas for days. 626 00:32:16,375 --> 00:32:17,416 Yeah, you can. 627 00:32:17,458 --> 00:32:19,000 [laughs] 628 00:32:20,875 --> 00:32:22,208 [Sammy sighs] 629 00:32:24,791 --> 00:32:27,000 How are you putting up with me and my brother so well? 630 00:32:28,416 --> 00:32:33,875 I mean, you guys are siblings, siblings fight all the time. 631 00:32:34,708 --> 00:32:37,750 Liv and I don't see eye to eye on anything. 632 00:32:37,791 --> 00:32:39,708 But you guys still get along. 633 00:32:40,708 --> 00:32:44,333 Yeah, but that's because it's been the two of us and our mom since forever, 634 00:32:44,375 --> 00:32:49,000 so we figured out a way to work things out 635 00:32:49,041 --> 00:32:52,208 because women are superior to men in all ways. 636 00:32:52,250 --> 00:32:53,958 I agree. 637 00:32:54,000 --> 00:32:56,875 How do you not talk to your brother for five years? That's crazy. 638 00:32:58,375 --> 00:33:01,708 -Because he's a dick. -People are dicks. 639 00:33:04,208 --> 00:33:07,250 Just because he's different from you doesn't make him a bad person. 640 00:33:12,708 --> 00:33:16,250 -Ah, there he is. -Wow, look at all this. 641 00:33:16,291 --> 00:33:18,500 -Yeah. -What's the landing time on these puppies? 642 00:33:18,541 --> 00:33:22,333 Ah, I'm not gonna lie, mate. We ran into a little turbulence with the glaze. 643 00:33:22,375 --> 00:33:24,625 Yeah, ran out of, uh, teriyaki sauce, 644 00:33:24,666 --> 00:33:28,208 so the Mark had to take a bit of a detour down to Dijon town, 645 00:33:28,250 --> 00:33:31,583 but don't you worry, I think the skies are looking clear for these tasty travelers 646 00:33:31,625 --> 00:33:35,541 to touchdown in grillville in like five minutes. 647 00:33:35,583 --> 00:33:37,458 Huh? Okay. 648 00:33:37,500 --> 00:33:40,333 Uh, does that mean I can take them out to the grill? 649 00:33:42,625 --> 00:33:46,291 -Oh, yeah, bro. Go let it rip. -Cool. 650 00:33:50,250 --> 00:33:51,375 [Emma sighs] 651 00:33:54,458 --> 00:33:56,625 [Andrew] Hey, we're about to start grilling. 652 00:33:56,666 --> 00:33:58,708 Good, I'm hungry. 653 00:34:00,208 --> 00:34:03,500 -Are you getting out? -Yeah, yeah. I'll be out in a minute. 654 00:34:07,750 --> 00:34:10,583 -Are you peeing? -I am. 655 00:34:11,625 --> 00:34:12,458 You coming in? 656 00:34:13,458 --> 00:34:14,875 -[scoffs]. -Hey, the water's warm. 657 00:34:17,333 --> 00:34:19,708 [Emma] Look at you in the kitchen. Do you need some help? 658 00:34:19,750 --> 00:34:22,541 -Uh, yeah, yeah, yeah. I could always use an extra hand. -Okay. 659 00:34:22,583 --> 00:34:24,291 Are you any good at cutting up tomatoes? 660 00:34:24,333 --> 00:34:25,833 I'm only good at cutting up tomatoes. 661 00:34:25,875 --> 00:34:28,208 -All right, there's one. -Yeah, here it is. 662 00:34:28,250 --> 00:34:29,708 Where did you learn to cook? 663 00:34:29,750 --> 00:34:32,375 Uh, my dad actually is an unbelievable chef. 664 00:34:32,416 --> 00:34:33,750 -Really? -Yeah. 665 00:34:33,791 --> 00:34:36,958 Oh, it's a dream. I'm actually trying to be a chef. 666 00:34:37,000 --> 00:34:38,500 Well, you're doing good so far. Are you taking classes or what are you doing? 667 00:34:38,541 --> 00:34:40,333 Thank you. I am. I am. 668 00:34:40,375 --> 00:34:42,583 I am taking classes at this place called Good Eats in the West Loop. 669 00:34:42,625 --> 00:34:44,291 -Have you heard of it? -Yeah, with Chef Lummy. 670 00:34:44,333 --> 00:34:45,583 -Yeah. -Yeah. 671 00:34:45,625 --> 00:34:46,791 -Yeah. -Yeah, I go way back with Chef Lummy. 672 00:34:46,833 --> 00:34:48,708 How do you know him? 673 00:34:48,750 --> 00:34:50,958 Uh, he was cooking with my dad when we first moved out here to the states. 674 00:34:51,000 --> 00:34:52,291 -What? -Yeah, yeah, yeah. 675 00:34:52,333 --> 00:34:53,958 -That's crazy. -Actually, when I was growing up, 676 00:34:54,000 --> 00:34:55,750 my dad had a food truck 677 00:34:55,791 --> 00:34:57,083 and we'd drive around all the neighborhood festivals during summer. 678 00:34:57,125 --> 00:34:59,083 [Emma] How are you not fat or... I'm kidding. 679 00:34:59,125 --> 00:35:00,208 Well, I do CrossFit. 680 00:35:00,250 --> 00:35:01,500 [both laugh] 681 00:35:01,541 --> 00:35:03,041 I do a lot of CrossFit. 682 00:35:03,083 --> 00:35:05,666 -You could tell that. -[Emma] Yeah, I could tell, cool. 683 00:35:05,708 --> 00:35:08,625 -How are we doing in here? -Oh. Uh, good. 684 00:35:08,666 --> 00:35:11,791 -Yeah, we're good. -Nice. Nice. Looks good. 685 00:35:11,833 --> 00:35:15,166 -Do you guys want some help? -I think we're good. 686 00:35:15,208 --> 00:35:17,958 Yeah, you don't want too many cooks in the kitchen, Sammy. 687 00:35:18,500 --> 00:35:19,916 [Emma sighs] 688 00:35:19,958 --> 00:35:21,875 [upbeat music playing] 689 00:35:21,916 --> 00:35:24,750 What are you doing? Get dressed. We're about to eat, come on. 690 00:35:24,791 --> 00:35:26,916 [Olivia] Dinner's ready, come on. Get ready. 691 00:35:32,375 --> 00:35:34,583 -That's bullshit. -How is that bullshit? 692 00:35:34,625 --> 00:35:35,958 Because that's what everybody does, 693 00:35:36,000 --> 00:35:38,458 they move to the city and they become a Cubs fan. 694 00:35:38,500 --> 00:35:42,458 -What's wrong with that? -It's the hip thing to do. 695 00:35:42,500 --> 00:35:45,375 -Okay. -Well, have some loyalty to where you're from. 696 00:35:45,416 --> 00:35:47,041 Oh, Sammy, I'm not sure if you're aware of this, 697 00:35:47,083 --> 00:35:49,750 we actually don't have a Major League team down under. 698 00:35:49,791 --> 00:35:51,041 [all laugh] 699 00:35:51,083 --> 00:35:52,625 That is fair. 700 00:35:53,208 --> 00:35:55,250 And plus we have all our company outings at Wrigley. 701 00:35:55,291 --> 00:35:57,250 Mm-hm. It's a beautiful stadium. 702 00:35:57,291 --> 00:36:00,416 Oh, yeah, the ivy, the rooftops, the food, there's so much history there, Sam. 703 00:36:00,458 --> 00:36:05,208 No, Wrigley can't touch the spread at Sox Park. It's the best food in baseball. 704 00:36:05,250 --> 00:36:07,125 Sox Park, Sox Park. 705 00:36:07,166 --> 00:36:09,583 I don't think that's what it's called. 706 00:36:09,625 --> 00:36:13,166 Isn't it named after like a second-tier cell phone provider? 707 00:36:13,208 --> 00:36:16,541 Funny, you're funny. It is not even called US Cellular Field anymore. 708 00:36:16,583 --> 00:36:18,666 All right, you guys somehow change it to something worse. 709 00:36:18,708 --> 00:36:20,458 No, no, no, take it easy on Sam. 710 00:36:20,500 --> 00:36:21,875 I actually think Guaranteed Rate Field had a really nice ring to it. 711 00:36:21,916 --> 00:36:25,875 -Guaranteed... -Oh. Andrew, you back me up here? 712 00:36:25,916 --> 00:36:26,750 Huh. 713 00:36:27,875 --> 00:36:29,291 Nothing better than a White Sox game. 714 00:36:30,916 --> 00:36:34,750 Yeah, I mean, you know, the Cubs are an exciting young team. 715 00:36:36,125 --> 00:36:37,250 You're kidding. 716 00:36:40,125 --> 00:36:41,500 We've been White Sox fans forever. 717 00:36:43,416 --> 00:36:46,041 Yeah, but Wrigley is so much fun, though. 718 00:36:46,083 --> 00:36:48,291 -[Sammy] Yeah, fun. -Yeah, fun. 719 00:36:48,333 --> 00:36:50,208 '05 was the best year of my life. 720 00:36:50,250 --> 00:36:52,708 -Oh, that's sad. -Oh, man, that's... 721 00:36:52,750 --> 00:36:54,958 -[laughs] That's just sad. -We were World Series champs. 722 00:36:55,000 --> 00:36:57,000 That was almost 15 years ago, Sammy. 723 00:36:57,041 --> 00:36:59,125 And I love my boys and they love me back. 724 00:36:59,166 --> 00:37:00,958 Okay, so why can't other people have that? 725 00:37:01,000 --> 00:37:03,458 Yeah, why can't I have that love for the Cubbies. 726 00:37:03,500 --> 00:37:06,291 -Because it's about loyalty, Mark. -Okay. 727 00:37:06,333 --> 00:37:08,958 I hate to break it to you, but the bandwagon, it's full. 728 00:37:09,000 --> 00:37:11,250 It's full of people like you, you got a job in the city, 729 00:37:11,291 --> 00:37:14,541 you found the team that was winning and you became a fan 730 00:37:14,583 --> 00:37:17,166 so you got something to do when you hit happy hour with your co-workers. 731 00:37:17,208 --> 00:37:18,541 [Mark] All right, whoa, whoa, whoa mate. 732 00:37:18,583 --> 00:37:21,583 Foul ball now, I can understand not liking the team, 733 00:37:21,625 --> 00:37:23,208 but we don't need the personal attacks. 734 00:37:23,250 --> 00:37:24,625 But it is personal. 735 00:37:24,666 --> 00:37:26,875 I'm not gonna go grab a beer with a group of Cubs fans. 736 00:37:26,916 --> 00:37:29,291 -Oh, Sammy, that's ridiculous. -No, it's not. 737 00:37:29,333 --> 00:37:31,500 I don't... I don't wanna associate with them. I don't wanna be friends with them. 738 00:37:31,541 --> 00:37:33,416 I wouldn't even fuck one of them. 739 00:37:34,000 --> 00:37:35,750 -What about Emma? -Huh? 740 00:37:38,500 --> 00:37:40,416 Why would you... Why'd you say that? 741 00:37:40,458 --> 00:37:42,375 -Yeah, why would you say that? -I think... 742 00:37:42,416 --> 00:37:44,916 I think she was just offering a hypothetical like, 743 00:37:44,958 --> 00:37:47,750 you know, would you have sex with Emma if you could? 744 00:37:47,791 --> 00:37:49,541 Yeah, but why specifically Emma? 745 00:37:49,583 --> 00:37:50,916 Yeah, why specifically Emma? 746 00:37:50,958 --> 00:37:54,416 Well, hypothetically, I'd have sex with her. 747 00:37:54,458 --> 00:37:56,125 Great, cool. Um... 748 00:37:56,166 --> 00:37:58,666 Yeah, I mean, I'd have hypothetical sex with her too, though. 749 00:37:58,708 --> 00:38:00,916 That's just so flattering, now I know that both of you-- 750 00:38:00,958 --> 00:38:03,291 Wait, I just don't understand the reason for the question. 751 00:38:03,333 --> 00:38:05,708 I don't think she meant anything by it honestly, right, Olivia? 752 00:38:05,750 --> 00:38:07,833 I mean, why are we avoiding this, right? 753 00:38:07,875 --> 00:38:08,958 -We're not avoiding anything. -Wait. 754 00:38:09,000 --> 00:38:11,791 Did any actual sex happen here or not? 755 00:38:11,833 --> 00:38:14,833 Well, Olivia and I, we had a little bit of sex. 756 00:38:14,875 --> 00:38:17,083 They did have sex, so... 757 00:38:18,875 --> 00:38:23,541 -You know what? -No. No. No. 758 00:38:23,583 --> 00:38:25,125 -No. -I'm gonna do it. 759 00:38:25,166 --> 00:38:27,500 -No, no. -I mean, honestly, I think you should do it. 760 00:38:27,541 --> 00:38:29,416 -What's he going to do? -I think I got to do it. 761 00:38:29,458 --> 00:38:30,708 -Sammy. -What are we doing? 762 00:38:31,291 --> 00:38:33,083 -Yup, we're doing it. -Take a deep breath. 763 00:38:33,125 --> 00:38:34,250 [Mark] What do you got? 764 00:38:34,291 --> 00:38:36,791 Emma and I had real sex last night. 765 00:38:36,833 --> 00:38:41,041 We had intercourse for a very brief period of time until my brother and his wife, 766 00:38:41,083 --> 00:38:44,166 who I hadn't even met yet, they burst in and they caught us. 767 00:38:44,208 --> 00:38:45,625 They caught us in some steamy passion. 768 00:38:46,208 --> 00:38:48,541 And, bro, tell me, is it weird that we're siblings 769 00:38:48,583 --> 00:38:50,291 but we've hooked up with another pair of siblings? 770 00:38:50,333 --> 00:38:53,333 -Can you not? -Liv, Liv, I'm sorry. 771 00:38:53,375 --> 00:38:54,958 -I don't know if you saw my penis. -I did. 772 00:38:55,000 --> 00:38:56,958 She saw it. 773 00:38:57,000 --> 00:39:01,041 Of course, she did because it was out the whole time except for when it was in-- 774 00:39:01,083 --> 00:39:03,583 -[Emma] Sammy. -Hey, can you stop? 775 00:39:03,625 --> 00:39:05,666 Okay, you're done. Let's take a seat. 776 00:39:05,708 --> 00:39:08,333 -[Andrew] Yeah, stop. -Sit down. 777 00:39:08,375 --> 00:39:10,041 I'm so sorry, I'm an honest guy 778 00:39:10,083 --> 00:39:11,625 and I just thought you're the only one here who didn't know that. 779 00:39:11,666 --> 00:39:13,791 -I thought you should know. -Emma, what's he talking about. 780 00:39:14,375 --> 00:39:17,041 I don't know. Why did you do this? 781 00:39:17,083 --> 00:39:18,291 Mm? 782 00:39:18,333 --> 00:39:19,166 -[Emma] Why are you doing this? -Who's talking? 783 00:39:20,166 --> 00:39:22,166 [Sammy] Oh, we're so sorry, Mark. 784 00:39:22,208 --> 00:39:25,208 Mate, with all due respect, I could put you through a fucking wall if you want. 785 00:39:25,250 --> 00:39:26,583 But why would you, because I was barely in-- 786 00:39:26,625 --> 00:39:28,750 Hey. You're making this so much worse right now. 787 00:39:28,791 --> 00:39:31,708 All right, listen, Mark, we're really sorry about this and you seem like a great guy. 788 00:39:31,750 --> 00:39:33,208 Such a loyal Cubs fan. 789 00:39:33,250 --> 00:39:35,250 Son of a bitch, you want to go, you curly-headed cunt? 790 00:39:35,291 --> 00:39:38,333 Okay, hey. Hey, hey, let's, let's open presents now. 791 00:39:38,375 --> 00:39:40,125 Hmm? Let's do that. 792 00:39:40,166 --> 00:39:44,125 I want to open my goddamn gifts. I'll get them. 793 00:39:51,541 --> 00:39:54,083 [Andrew] All right, are we, uh, ready to start? 794 00:39:55,250 --> 00:39:56,958 [Olivia] Yeah, sorry, we didn't get you anything, Sammy. 795 00:39:57,000 --> 00:40:01,000 We weren't expecting you. Babe, this one's from me. 796 00:40:01,041 --> 00:40:05,041 All right, what'd you... What'd you do here? Ah! 797 00:40:05,083 --> 00:40:08,375 Hey, this is great. Oh, look at this. 798 00:40:08,416 --> 00:40:10,250 Yeah, it's a very nice polo, mate. 799 00:40:10,291 --> 00:40:12,750 -It's a good color. -[softly] Oh, so much golf. 800 00:40:12,791 --> 00:40:15,333 -What was that, Sammy? -It's a great gift, Olivia. 801 00:40:15,375 --> 00:40:16,666 -Thank you so much. -Thanks, babe. 802 00:40:16,708 --> 00:40:20,083 You're welcome. Mark, do you want to go next? 803 00:40:20,125 --> 00:40:21,750 No, mate, it's fine. Just open mine later. 804 00:40:21,791 --> 00:40:23,625 -Is this yours? I got it. -No, please don't, it's cool. 805 00:40:23,666 --> 00:40:26,250 -Just do it later, mate. -No, it's fine. What's the big deal? 806 00:40:27,208 --> 00:40:30,708 Oh, what'd you get? What'd you get? 807 00:40:33,000 --> 00:40:34,750 That's great, Mark, thank you so much. 808 00:40:34,791 --> 00:40:36,750 -[Olivia] Well, what is... -That's great, thanks, man. Who's next? 809 00:40:36,791 --> 00:40:40,208 -Well, babe, what is it? -Oh, it's just a personal... 810 00:40:40,250 --> 00:40:41,291 -It's just a thing. -[Andrew] Yeah. 811 00:40:41,333 --> 00:40:42,500 -[Olivia] Personal... -Inside thing... 812 00:40:42,541 --> 00:40:43,875 -[Mark] Between us. -Yeah. 813 00:40:44,458 --> 00:40:48,083 -Is it a secret? -No, it's not a secret, it's just... 814 00:40:48,125 --> 00:40:50,833 -It's a paperweight. -Oh. 815 00:40:50,875 --> 00:40:52,541 Oh. Let's see it. 816 00:40:52,583 --> 00:40:53,833 Yeah, how will it go with your desk? 817 00:40:53,875 --> 00:40:55,458 -It's not, it's... -Sure, let's open it. 818 00:40:55,500 --> 00:40:56,750 Just show us. 819 00:40:56,791 --> 00:40:57,708 [Emma chuckles] 820 00:41:01,000 --> 00:41:02,416 -Oh. -[Emma] What is it? 821 00:41:02,458 --> 00:41:05,750 -It's a... Yeah. -What is that shape? 822 00:41:05,791 --> 00:41:07,875 -It's Wrigley Field. -What? 823 00:41:07,916 --> 00:41:10,750 -What? -Wrigley fucking Field. 824 00:41:10,791 --> 00:41:12,416 Wow. 825 00:41:12,458 --> 00:41:15,291 But that'll go great with holding down the papers at work. 826 00:41:15,333 --> 00:41:17,333 I'm sorry, mate. Where do you work again? 827 00:41:17,375 --> 00:41:19,250 Where was it, uh, Cinnabon? 828 00:41:19,291 --> 00:41:21,375 I work at a bounce house rental, Mark. 829 00:41:21,416 --> 00:41:24,458 Wait, what? Mom said you were working at a catering company. 830 00:41:24,500 --> 00:41:26,416 Nope, left that job a few months ago. 831 00:41:27,000 --> 00:41:30,875 -Why, what happened? -I don't know, I didn't like it. 832 00:41:30,916 --> 00:41:32,250 [scoffs] 833 00:41:32,291 --> 00:41:35,041 Well, you were never one for commitment, were you? 834 00:41:37,916 --> 00:41:40,666 Uh, why don't you open my, um... 835 00:41:40,708 --> 00:41:42,791 Oh, Emma, you didn't have to get me anything. 836 00:41:42,833 --> 00:41:45,500 -It's really not a big deal. It's just. -[Andrew] Oh, let's see here. 837 00:41:47,750 --> 00:41:50,666 Ah, heh, how appropriate. 838 00:41:51,583 --> 00:41:55,166 -Never have too many of these. -[Olivia] Very practical. 839 00:41:55,208 --> 00:41:56,916 So, Sammy, tell me, mate. 840 00:41:56,958 --> 00:42:00,541 How do you sustain yourself, let alone, you know, a one-night stand, 841 00:42:00,583 --> 00:42:04,750 a girlfriend, a fuck, living off hourly wage from a fucking children's store? 842 00:42:04,791 --> 00:42:06,708 Come on, Mark. 843 00:42:06,750 --> 00:42:09,625 No, because I've been thinking, right, you've got to be making $11.50 an hour. 844 00:42:09,666 --> 00:42:12,000 [sighs] Guess I should hang out with more businessmen who cook. 845 00:42:12,041 --> 00:42:15,041 No, no, mate. You don't want to change up that lifestyle of yours from hanging out 846 00:42:15,083 --> 00:42:18,208 with high school burnouts at your fucking dead-end job. 847 00:42:18,250 --> 00:42:20,666 Okay, not everyone has made the same decisions as you. 848 00:42:20,708 --> 00:42:23,041 And I'm not gonna complain about where I'm at. 849 00:42:23,541 --> 00:42:25,958 But if you hadn't dropped out... 850 00:42:27,750 --> 00:42:28,916 It's not about that. 851 00:42:28,958 --> 00:42:31,416 It is though because, I mean, you've, heh... 852 00:42:31,458 --> 00:42:32,708 you've got limited options. 853 00:42:32,750 --> 00:42:34,416 There are different paths to take. 854 00:42:34,458 --> 00:42:36,416 That's right because some of us take the right path 855 00:42:36,458 --> 00:42:38,208 and I guess others just sort of take the wrong one. 856 00:42:38,250 --> 00:42:40,791 Well, thank God, I didn't take the same fucking path as you. 857 00:42:40,833 --> 00:42:42,833 Oh, yeah, thank God, I'm not a fucking loser. 858 00:42:42,875 --> 00:42:45,125 Fuck you, Mark. Fuck you. 859 00:42:45,166 --> 00:42:47,083 You see, that... that's your problem. 860 00:42:47,125 --> 00:42:49,708 You think of everything as winning or losing. You think... 861 00:42:49,750 --> 00:42:52,958 You think because I don't have like a basic office job, you're better than me. 862 00:42:53,000 --> 00:42:57,041 Just because I don't work a nine to five doesn't mean that I can't be happy. 863 00:42:57,083 --> 00:43:00,958 And, yeah, yeah, I dropped out of ASU, big fucking deal. 864 00:43:01,000 --> 00:43:05,208 It takes balls to do that, to look at something so clearly and know that it's not for you. 865 00:43:05,250 --> 00:43:07,916 Knowing... knowing full well that everyone else is gonna stick around 866 00:43:07,958 --> 00:43:09,958 because that's what you're told to do 867 00:43:10,000 --> 00:43:13,791 and I'm gonna sit here while you ask me what my job title is? 868 00:43:13,833 --> 00:43:16,625 As if that's gonna like tell you who the fuck I am. 869 00:43:16,666 --> 00:43:19,208 No, no, I'm over that. 870 00:43:20,583 --> 00:43:22,875 You wanna know why we don't talk anymore 871 00:43:22,916 --> 00:43:26,083 because we are completely different people 872 00:43:26,125 --> 00:43:28,916 and you... you still think you know what's best for me. 873 00:43:28,958 --> 00:43:30,541 [Sammy laughs] 874 00:43:30,583 --> 00:43:34,875 I have never asked you for anything, ever. 875 00:43:34,916 --> 00:43:38,000 I haven't needed you in five years, I don't need you now. 876 00:43:38,625 --> 00:43:40,750 [chuckles] 877 00:43:42,750 --> 00:43:43,875 Happy birthday, bro. 878 00:43:52,708 --> 00:43:53,916 You didn't have to push him, Liv. 879 00:43:53,958 --> 00:43:55,083 Well, it needed to come out. 880 00:43:55,125 --> 00:43:56,583 I didn't think you guys would attack him. 881 00:43:56,625 --> 00:43:57,833 We were just playing around. 882 00:43:57,875 --> 00:43:59,583 Really, because none of that felt playful. 883 00:43:59,625 --> 00:44:01,958 -I mean, why... What... -Are you defending him still? 884 00:44:02,000 --> 00:44:04,333 He's been a dick ever since I got here. 885 00:44:04,375 --> 00:44:06,291 -Not enough to deserve that. -Are you kidding me. 886 00:44:06,333 --> 00:44:08,333 Oh, really, because he fucked your sister. 887 00:44:08,375 --> 00:44:10,125 -Hey. -What's wrong with that? 888 00:44:10,166 --> 00:44:12,083 I can fuck whoever I want, Mark. 889 00:44:12,125 --> 00:44:14,875 Emma, you were brought here to be set up with me, 890 00:44:14,916 --> 00:44:18,000 but instead you fucked some loser the night before. 891 00:44:18,041 --> 00:44:19,791 I don't think you're even seeing this straight. 892 00:44:19,833 --> 00:44:21,416 No, I don't think you're seeing this straight. 893 00:44:21,458 --> 00:44:22,833 I'm not a piece of property, Mark. 894 00:44:22,875 --> 00:44:24,333 You don't have the right to me 895 00:44:24,375 --> 00:44:28,375 and for the record, I am so far out of your fucking league 896 00:44:28,416 --> 00:44:30,916 that you would have no idea what to do with me. 897 00:44:32,750 --> 00:44:34,041 -Do you hear me? -[Mark] Mm-hmm. 898 00:44:34,083 --> 00:44:35,000 Yeah. 899 00:44:36,708 --> 00:44:39,333 Mark, I think it's time for you to go. 900 00:44:39,375 --> 00:44:41,541 Are you kicking me out? Yeah, all right, princess. 901 00:44:42,625 --> 00:44:45,375 Princess? What the fuck happened to you, huh? 902 00:44:45,416 --> 00:44:48,333 I'm kicking you out while you got a shred of dignity left, yes. 903 00:44:48,375 --> 00:44:49,916 Get the fuck out of here. 904 00:44:51,208 --> 00:44:52,416 Why, are you serious? 905 00:44:52,458 --> 00:44:55,291 Yeah, I'm fucking serious, get out of my house. 906 00:44:58,500 --> 00:45:02,583 Fine. You know what, good luck, Emma. 907 00:45:02,625 --> 00:45:06,291 I'm sure you're gonna have a blast living in a fucking inflatable house with Sammy. 908 00:45:06,333 --> 00:45:09,708 Living together, what the fuck did you think this weekend is? 909 00:45:09,750 --> 00:45:12,250 -You're psychotic. -Okay, I'm a psycho. 910 00:45:12,291 --> 00:45:16,125 -How's this for psycho? Mmm, Sammy. -Get out. 911 00:45:16,166 --> 00:45:17,583 Sweet throw. 912 00:45:22,625 --> 00:45:24,416 This cake blows. 913 00:45:28,791 --> 00:45:30,791 [door opens then closes] 914 00:45:32,208 --> 00:45:33,625 He's a cool friend. 915 00:45:34,208 --> 00:45:35,666 You forgot it was my birthday? 916 00:45:35,708 --> 00:45:37,583 What about, uh... What about Percy and Mo? 917 00:45:37,625 --> 00:45:39,541 You still... You still talk to them? 918 00:45:39,583 --> 00:45:42,500 And tell your sister and her friends. 919 00:45:42,541 --> 00:45:46,291 No, no, no, you told me you love me, I never said that. 920 00:45:46,333 --> 00:45:50,250 Did I? Like we used to, it's gonna be fun. 921 00:45:50,291 --> 00:45:51,875 Come on, it's my birthday. 922 00:45:52,833 --> 00:45:55,166 Oh, yeah, it's gonna be a blast. 923 00:45:58,000 --> 00:45:59,541 [Olivia sighs] 924 00:46:00,500 --> 00:46:02,625 I'm glad you stood up to him. 925 00:46:03,666 --> 00:46:06,083 But all this could have been avoided if you just didn't sleep with Sammy. 926 00:46:06,125 --> 00:46:07,166 Liv. 927 00:46:08,000 --> 00:46:10,416 -Are you serious? -Yeah. 928 00:46:10,458 --> 00:46:13,958 [scoffs] You... you egged him on the whole time 929 00:46:14,000 --> 00:46:17,208 and this could have been avoided if you didn't try to construct the perfect weekend 930 00:46:17,250 --> 00:46:18,750 and force me to like Mark. 931 00:46:18,791 --> 00:46:20,541 I'm just saying if you made a better choice, 932 00:46:20,583 --> 00:46:22,916 I wouldn't be cleaning a birthday cake off the shirt I bought Andrew. 933 00:46:22,958 --> 00:46:24,458 -[Emma] A better choice. -Yeah. 934 00:46:24,500 --> 00:46:26,375 A better choi... Yeah, you picked a real fucking winner. 935 00:46:26,416 --> 00:46:28,125 You know what, will you stop... 936 00:46:28,166 --> 00:46:32,166 Will you just please stop trying to control every aspect of my life? 937 00:46:32,208 --> 00:46:34,166 -I don't do that, Emma. -[Emma] Yes, you do. 938 00:46:34,208 --> 00:46:38,416 Work, how I take care of mom, the guys that I date, I could go on. 939 00:46:38,458 --> 00:46:40,416 Look, you put other people first every single time, 940 00:46:40,458 --> 00:46:43,833 I'm just trying to make sure you don't get hurt, that's it. 941 00:46:43,875 --> 00:46:45,166 Okay, well, I don't need you to protect me, thanks. 942 00:46:45,208 --> 00:46:46,583 [doorbell rings] 943 00:46:47,166 --> 00:46:51,000 I'll get it. Ahem. What if it's Mark? 944 00:46:51,041 --> 00:46:53,750 If it's Mark, I'm gonna shove that paperweight up his ass. 945 00:46:58,583 --> 00:47:01,333 -Can I help you? -We're here for the party. 946 00:47:01,916 --> 00:47:03,583 You must have the wrong house, check with the neighbors. 947 00:47:03,625 --> 00:47:05,166 [woman 1] Where's Sammy? 948 00:47:05,208 --> 00:47:06,500 -[Andrew] You guys know Sammy? -Yeah. 949 00:47:06,541 --> 00:47:08,208 Yeah, we went to school with him. 950 00:47:08,250 --> 00:47:09,333 [groans] 951 00:47:09,375 --> 00:47:10,708 Okay, I've had enough of this. 952 00:47:10,750 --> 00:47:12,416 How many more people are coming here? 953 00:47:12,458 --> 00:47:15,208 Man, look, do we got no [inaudible]? Let us in. 954 00:47:15,250 --> 00:47:17,250 -Yo. -[woman 1] There you are. 955 00:47:17,291 --> 00:47:19,208 -[woman 2] Hey. -[woman 1] Hey. 956 00:47:19,250 --> 00:47:21,750 Come on in, yes, make yourself at home. Why not? 957 00:47:21,791 --> 00:47:23,916 [Sammy] Oh, guys, you have to say hi to Emma. 958 00:47:23,958 --> 00:47:26,333 Emma, please meet everyone. 959 00:47:26,375 --> 00:47:27,291 -Hello, Emma. -Hi. 960 00:47:27,333 --> 00:47:28,541 She's very important to me. 961 00:47:28,583 --> 00:47:29,958 You just want to get out of here? 962 00:47:30,000 --> 00:47:31,666 -Yeah, yeah, I'm ready to go. -Should we tell them? 963 00:47:31,708 --> 00:47:33,333 No, let's get our shit and go. 964 00:47:33,375 --> 00:47:37,375 Oh, you know what, guys, can you give me just one second? 965 00:47:37,958 --> 00:47:40,791 -What's up? -What's up? 966 00:47:40,833 --> 00:47:43,666 -I mean... -[Andrew] Why don't you tell us what's up? 967 00:47:44,500 --> 00:47:48,458 Oh, well, it was pretty awful in here, 968 00:47:48,500 --> 00:47:51,500 so I decided to invite some old ASU friends over. 969 00:47:52,083 --> 00:47:53,541 You didn't want to run that by us? 970 00:47:55,125 --> 00:47:58,125 Well, I thought we were... We were worrying about ourselves, 971 00:47:58,166 --> 00:48:01,958 you know, like you said, you do your thing, I do mine. 972 00:48:03,375 --> 00:48:06,500 -[woman 1] Do we have to leave? -[woman 2] Yeah, this is really awkward. 973 00:48:06,541 --> 00:48:08,291 No, 'cause then they're gonna see us walk right by them. 974 00:48:08,333 --> 00:48:10,208 Yo, you guys, if you want to just make yourselves at home, 975 00:48:10,250 --> 00:48:12,333 you know the drill, you've been here many times. 976 00:48:12,375 --> 00:48:13,750 Thank God, all right, you don't have to tell me twice. 977 00:48:13,791 --> 00:48:17,083 Raid the fridge, do the thing. Parents are gone. 978 00:48:17,666 --> 00:48:19,708 -[Olivia] Hmm. -Real cute. 979 00:48:19,750 --> 00:48:21,958 -Yeah. -People came over to party. 980 00:48:22,000 --> 00:48:25,083 So, Emma and I, 981 00:48:25,125 --> 00:48:28,625 we're gonna have a good time, right? 982 00:48:29,708 --> 00:48:32,625 -Yeah. -Oh, yeah, that sounds about right. 983 00:48:33,125 --> 00:48:35,625 What, that I want to enjoy myself? 984 00:48:36,208 --> 00:48:37,541 Classic Emma. 985 00:48:38,750 --> 00:48:41,041 All right, then, we're gonna leave. 986 00:48:41,083 --> 00:48:42,750 Oh, you're gonna go? 987 00:48:42,791 --> 00:48:44,166 [sighs] 988 00:48:44,708 --> 00:48:46,500 Well, you should drive safe. 989 00:48:47,083 --> 00:48:50,250 -Buckle up. -Click it or ticket. 990 00:48:51,458 --> 00:48:53,500 Okay, let's go. Just... 991 00:48:56,041 --> 00:48:58,625 -I don't know, family drama. -I don't know, heh. 992 00:48:58,666 --> 00:49:00,916 -Okay, question. -Yeah. 993 00:49:00,958 --> 00:49:03,833 -Where's Mark? -Oh, he left for the night. 994 00:49:03,875 --> 00:49:05,416 -Mark left? -Yeah, he's gone. 995 00:49:06,208 --> 00:49:07,958 -That's a bummer. -Mm-Hm. 996 00:49:08,000 --> 00:49:09,208 I was really rooting for you two. 997 00:49:09,250 --> 00:49:11,166 Oh, were you? You were really rooting for us? 998 00:49:11,208 --> 00:49:12,708 You guys had a thing in the kitchen I saw. 999 00:49:12,750 --> 00:49:14,333 -Oh. It was hot. -It was hot. 1000 00:49:14,375 --> 00:49:16,375 -Mm-Hm. -Turned me on. 1001 00:49:17,625 --> 00:49:21,125 I'm sorry that he was such a dick to you. That sucks. 1002 00:49:22,000 --> 00:49:24,833 Yeah, but you know what, people can be dicks. 1003 00:49:25,416 --> 00:49:29,208 Someone really wise once told me that. 1004 00:49:30,625 --> 00:49:32,708 -Oh, guess what? -What? 1005 00:49:32,750 --> 00:49:34,500 I threw the cake at his face. 1006 00:49:35,250 --> 00:49:36,625 -No, you didn't. -Yeah, I did. 1007 00:49:36,666 --> 00:49:38,458 -You threw the cake... -I threw the cake at his face. 1008 00:49:38,500 --> 00:49:40,791 You threw the double thumbs cake at his face, you double thumbed him. 1009 00:49:40,833 --> 00:49:43,208 -Yeah, I guess, heh. -Can you just... 1010 00:49:43,250 --> 00:49:44,750 -Please come meet my friends. -Should we go drink? 1011 00:49:44,791 --> 00:49:48,375 -Okay. Let's go. -[Sammy] I want you to meet my friends. 1012 00:49:48,416 --> 00:49:49,916 -[Sammy] Guys... -[Emma] Can we please drink? 1013 00:49:49,958 --> 00:49:51,458 Do you guys want to shotgun a beer? 1014 00:49:51,500 --> 00:49:52,791 -[Sammy] Yes, for the love of God. -[woman 1] All right. 1015 00:49:52,833 --> 00:49:53,833 [Sammy] Give me something. 1016 00:49:53,875 --> 00:49:55,291 [woman 1 vocalizes] 1017 00:49:58,875 --> 00:50:00,458 [man 1 over phone] Hello, Mr. Russo. 1018 00:50:00,500 --> 00:50:02,541 Yeah, I'm still here. 1019 00:50:02,583 --> 00:50:05,333 [man 1] So it turns out that we're actually all booked up for the night. 1020 00:50:05,375 --> 00:50:07,291 Wow, explain that. 1021 00:50:07,333 --> 00:50:09,708 [man 1] Well, there's a big golf tournament in town this weekend. 1022 00:50:09,750 --> 00:50:11,875 -You're a motel. -[man 1] I'm aware of that. 1023 00:50:11,916 --> 00:50:15,583 If you want to hold for a sec, I'll get you the number to another motel and... 1024 00:50:15,625 --> 00:50:17,500 No, no, no, no. 1025 00:50:17,541 --> 00:50:20,000 [man 1] Sir, you do realize it's not me causing this problem. 1026 00:50:20,041 --> 00:50:21,375 Yes, it is you. 1027 00:50:21,416 --> 00:50:24,083 [man 1] Okay, Mr. Russo, have a great night. 1028 00:50:24,125 --> 00:50:25,000 Oh, you think that you... 1029 00:50:25,041 --> 00:50:26,000 [line disconnects] 1030 00:50:26,041 --> 00:50:26,916 Hello? 1031 00:50:29,625 --> 00:50:31,708 -How'd it go? -Not well. 1032 00:50:33,250 --> 00:50:34,708 -[Emma] Oh, my God! -Watch your step. 1033 00:50:34,750 --> 00:50:36,083 -[Emma] Oh, my God! -Watch your step, watch your step. 1034 00:50:36,125 --> 00:50:37,458 [Emma] Where are you taking me? 1035 00:50:37,500 --> 00:50:38,541 Dude, can you just trust me for like five seconds? 1036 00:50:38,583 --> 00:50:39,875 I don't know. I don't know if I can. 1037 00:50:39,916 --> 00:50:41,333 -Five seconds of your life. -Okay, wait. 1038 00:50:41,375 --> 00:50:42,333 Wait, wait, you ready? Ready, ready, turn. 1039 00:50:42,375 --> 00:50:43,666 -No, I'm not. -Turn, turn, turn. 1040 00:50:43,708 --> 00:50:45,708 -I'm nervous, okay. -All right, we are here. 1041 00:50:45,750 --> 00:50:47,458 -Okay, okay. -Open your eyes. 1042 00:50:49,125 --> 00:50:50,875 [Emma screams] 1043 00:50:50,916 --> 00:50:52,541 -Come on. -No, fucking, way? 1044 00:50:52,583 --> 00:50:54,833 -Sir Bounce A Lot delivers. -You're the real Sir Bounce A Lot. 1045 00:50:54,875 --> 00:50:56,166 -Can we go in? -Wait, shoes off. 1046 00:50:56,208 --> 00:50:58,375 -Okay, okay, okay. -Shoes off. 1047 00:50:58,416 --> 00:50:59,916 [Emma grunts] 1048 00:50:59,958 --> 00:51:02,583 [upbeat music playing] 1049 00:51:17,208 --> 00:51:19,083 She does not need... She doesn't need, no. 1050 00:51:19,125 --> 00:51:20,833 She does not need to ask anyone for approval. 1051 00:51:20,875 --> 00:51:23,416 But as an older sister, you... you... 1052 00:51:23,458 --> 00:51:27,166 It's hard to watch your younger sibling grow up. It's not easy. 1053 00:51:27,208 --> 00:51:31,416 Yeah, but as a younger sibling, like, I feel like you always have to try to earn your respect 1054 00:51:31,458 --> 00:51:34,958 and the only way we can do that is if we make our own way. 1055 00:51:35,000 --> 00:51:37,125 Emma, you have to make your own way. 1056 00:51:37,166 --> 00:51:40,625 Yeah, but we've also been through it, so we try to steer you in the right direction. 1057 00:51:40,666 --> 00:51:42,666 -To making your own way. -[laughs]. 1058 00:51:42,708 --> 00:51:45,416 -I'm gonna cheers to that. -All right, let's make our own way, guys, together. 1059 00:51:45,458 --> 00:51:46,750 -Okay. -To making your own way. 1060 00:51:46,791 --> 00:51:48,500 -Team. -Are we're gonna do a one, two, three? 1061 00:51:48,541 --> 00:51:52,625 -I don't know how to... -Just got weird. It got weird. It got weird. 1062 00:51:54,041 --> 00:51:57,208 [both sigh] 1063 00:51:57,250 --> 00:52:01,375 -Are we really this lame? -I'd like to think we are not. 1064 00:52:02,541 --> 00:52:05,666 We just spent 20 minutes fighting over a room in a motel. 1065 00:52:05,708 --> 00:52:07,083 [both chuckle] 1066 00:52:07,916 --> 00:52:10,166 What happened to us this weekend? 1067 00:52:10,208 --> 00:52:13,541 I'll tell you what happened to us, our little siblings had sex with each other. 1068 00:52:13,583 --> 00:52:15,000 That's what happened to us. 1069 00:52:15,041 --> 00:52:17,250 Now they completely took over the house with the party. 1070 00:52:18,541 --> 00:52:19,958 [Olivia sighs] 1071 00:52:21,750 --> 00:52:25,125 -Does sound kind of fun, though. -What? 1072 00:52:25,166 --> 00:52:29,041 -I'm not giving in. -Yeah, you are. 1073 00:52:29,083 --> 00:52:30,291 Come on, let's go get a beer. 1074 00:52:31,791 --> 00:52:33,375 Better yet, why don't you bring a couple beers back here? 1075 00:52:33,416 --> 00:52:35,750 Come on, no, it is your 30th birthday. 1076 00:52:35,791 --> 00:52:38,458 Our little siblings are in there outdrinking us. 1077 00:52:38,500 --> 00:52:41,041 I used to drink Sammy under the table in this very house. 1078 00:52:41,083 --> 00:52:44,416 Okay, then, come on. We're not gonna let them outdo us. 1079 00:52:45,458 --> 00:52:47,916 All right, but I'm smuggling beers right back to this room. 1080 00:52:47,958 --> 00:52:49,458 [Andrew sighs] 1081 00:52:49,500 --> 00:52:50,916 [Emma] Do you have a girlfriend? 1082 00:52:50,958 --> 00:52:53,041 -[man 1] She broke up with me. -She broke up with you? 1083 00:52:53,083 --> 00:52:54,875 -She broke your heart, huh? -Yeah. 1084 00:52:54,916 --> 00:52:56,916 -How you feeling? -I feel good. 1085 00:52:56,958 --> 00:52:58,416 What? Heh. 1086 00:53:00,083 --> 00:53:03,083 -We just are on the same wavelength. -[Sammy] Always. 1087 00:53:04,583 --> 00:53:08,333 -Oh, I thought you two left. -I'm gonna grab a beer. 1088 00:53:08,375 --> 00:53:10,583 I... I think we're gonna stay. 1089 00:53:11,500 --> 00:53:14,958 -[Sammy] You're gonna stay. -Yeah. 1090 00:53:17,000 --> 00:53:18,958 Well, then you should sit with us. 1091 00:53:20,708 --> 00:53:25,041 -You sure? -Come on. Sit down. 1092 00:53:27,833 --> 00:53:29,458 -You want to know, Sam? -What? 1093 00:53:29,500 --> 00:53:32,416 -She stayed because she seen my goatee. -That's bullshit. 1094 00:53:32,458 --> 00:53:34,916 -Did you get a drink? -Not yet. 1095 00:53:35,583 --> 00:53:36,791 [Emma sighs] 1096 00:53:38,625 --> 00:53:40,958 -I'm sorry. -For what? 1097 00:53:42,000 --> 00:53:45,583 Well, I won't be setting you up with any more guys anytime soon. 1098 00:53:45,625 --> 00:53:47,625 -That's for sure. -[Emma] Oh, my God! 1099 00:53:47,666 --> 00:53:49,208 Mark, are you serious? 1100 00:53:49,250 --> 00:53:52,208 Listen, he seemed... He's different at work. 1101 00:53:52,250 --> 00:53:53,958 -Yeah, so he's cute. -And he makes a lot of money. 1102 00:53:54,000 --> 00:53:55,083 Okay, yeah. 1103 00:53:56,666 --> 00:53:58,625 I haven't been a good big sister. 1104 00:54:00,208 --> 00:54:03,458 No, look, all I... All I want is your respect. 1105 00:54:03,500 --> 00:54:07,416 That's all I want and for you to acknowledge what I've been able to do on my own. 1106 00:54:07,458 --> 00:54:10,958 No, you're right. Honestly... I mean, you've been killing it. 1107 00:54:11,541 --> 00:54:14,916 You basically take care of mom while I completely avoid her. 1108 00:54:16,083 --> 00:54:17,916 Yeah, I appreciate you saying that. 1109 00:54:19,291 --> 00:54:21,291 Look, you know, I just want the best for you 1110 00:54:21,333 --> 00:54:23,875 and I'm sorry if I get a little cuckoo sometimes. 1111 00:54:23,916 --> 00:54:26,375 -You get cuckoo. -You know me, I overdo it. 1112 00:54:26,416 --> 00:54:30,375 -I've always been that way. -No, I'm lucky to have you. 1113 00:54:30,416 --> 00:54:33,666 -I love you. -My big sister that's smaller than me. 1114 00:54:33,708 --> 00:54:35,791 -Yeah, why are you so much taller than me? -I don't know. 1115 00:54:35,833 --> 00:54:38,541 -It's not fair, honestly. -What was mom doing? 1116 00:54:38,583 --> 00:54:39,833 [chuckles] 1117 00:54:40,583 --> 00:54:43,458 Sammy, do you hate me? 1118 00:54:43,500 --> 00:54:44,625 [sighs] 1119 00:54:44,666 --> 00:54:47,958 No, Liv, I don't hate you. 1120 00:54:48,000 --> 00:54:52,583 To be honest, I thought... I thought, Mark would've found out a lot sooner. 1121 00:54:53,166 --> 00:54:54,250 You're a good kid. 1122 00:54:56,000 --> 00:54:58,875 I'm just glad that the four of us can all hang on your birthdays. 1123 00:54:58,916 --> 00:55:02,583 -Oh, you're joining us too. -No, I just, uh, came for a beer. 1124 00:55:02,625 --> 00:55:04,000 I'm gonna head back to the room actually. 1125 00:55:04,041 --> 00:55:06,666 -One beer. -Yeah. 1126 00:55:08,000 --> 00:55:09,833 It's an adult birthday. 1127 00:55:10,791 --> 00:55:13,208 Wait, it's your birthday too? 1128 00:55:13,250 --> 00:55:15,916 Oh, yeah, that's my older brother Andrew. 1129 00:55:15,958 --> 00:55:18,291 Y'all got the same birthday but y'all ain't twins. 1130 00:55:18,333 --> 00:55:19,958 That's right. 1131 00:55:20,000 --> 00:55:22,875 Damn, so y'all parents must fuck once a year on the same day. 1132 00:55:22,916 --> 00:55:25,416 [all laugh] 1133 00:55:26,250 --> 00:55:28,708 Never thought of it like that but, yeah, suppose so. 1134 00:55:28,750 --> 00:55:30,458 Makes sense. 1135 00:55:30,500 --> 00:55:33,333 -Where they at right now? -Italy for a month. 1136 00:55:33,375 --> 00:55:34,791 That's where they fuck. 1137 00:55:35,625 --> 00:55:37,083 -Okay. -Heh. 1138 00:55:37,125 --> 00:55:38,875 He got Rosé and a cake, look at him. 1139 00:55:41,416 --> 00:55:43,333 Are you fucking kidding me? 1140 00:55:43,375 --> 00:55:45,708 -[Olivia] What the fuck are you doing here? -[Emma] Are you kidding me? 1141 00:55:47,083 --> 00:55:52,000 Look, before you say anything, I've actually come to apologize. 1142 00:55:52,041 --> 00:55:53,541 Really, why don't you save it, all right? 1143 00:55:53,583 --> 00:55:55,250 It's bad enough I have to see you at the office on Monday. 1144 00:55:55,291 --> 00:55:59,541 I know, right, I went full crocodile hunter on your cake. 1145 00:55:59,583 --> 00:56:04,041 I haven't done that in years and I feel terrible. 1146 00:56:04,083 --> 00:56:06,500 I don't know what got into me. 1147 00:56:06,541 --> 00:56:08,166 Mark, what are you doing here? 1148 00:56:08,208 --> 00:56:11,125 Well, look, after you threw me out and I mean, rightfully so, 1149 00:56:11,166 --> 00:56:14,375 I wound up at a bar down the end of the street 1150 00:56:14,416 --> 00:56:17,500 and ended up sitting next to this local rider with a big fucking beard 1151 00:56:17,541 --> 00:56:20,416 and before I said anything to him, he turns around at me 1152 00:56:20,458 --> 00:56:26,500 and he goes, "Mark, you've gotta atone for your misdeeds." 1153 00:56:26,541 --> 00:56:28,250 Damn, who you got drinks with, Dumbledore? 1154 00:56:28,291 --> 00:56:30,250 [scoffs] 1155 00:56:30,291 --> 00:56:32,541 I wish. He was the greatest headmaster Hogwarts had [inaudible] Hufflepuff, 1156 00:56:32,583 --> 00:56:33,958 so I couldn't... 1157 00:56:34,000 --> 00:56:35,958 -I don't know. -Okay. 1158 00:56:36,000 --> 00:56:37,958 What do you... What does this have to do with anything? 1159 00:56:38,000 --> 00:56:43,041 Look, this potential Dumbledore, he grabbed my hands 1160 00:56:43,083 --> 00:56:44,791 and he looked in my eyes 1161 00:56:44,833 --> 00:56:47,333 and for a moment it felt like he was like really looking into my soul 1162 00:56:47,375 --> 00:56:52,416 and he goes, "Look, it's never too late to admit when you're wrong." 1163 00:56:52,458 --> 00:56:57,041 Maybe this is just the buttery Rosé with its wild berry after tones talking. 1164 00:56:57,083 --> 00:56:59,208 What is your... 1165 00:56:59,250 --> 00:57:01,666 -What the fuck do you want, Mark? -What is happening? 1166 00:57:01,708 --> 00:57:03,958 I don't have anywhere else to go. 1167 00:57:04,000 --> 00:57:09,458 All the motels are booked so I staggered back here. I'm shit-faced. 1168 00:57:09,500 --> 00:57:11,458 I stopped and I got you an apology cake 1169 00:57:11,500 --> 00:57:14,250 because I, you know, fucked yours up. 1170 00:57:14,291 --> 00:57:17,458 And I just... I don't have any friends. 1171 00:57:17,500 --> 00:57:20,041 I've never really had any friends and I just... 1172 00:57:20,083 --> 00:57:23,333 I'd like friends, but I do shit like today... 1173 00:57:23,375 --> 00:57:24,583 [Emma scoffs] 1174 00:57:24,625 --> 00:57:26,250 ...and, Emma, what I said to you was wrong. 1175 00:57:26,291 --> 00:57:29,583 It was... it was sexist, it was misogynistic and I... 1176 00:57:29,625 --> 00:57:34,541 I know we're not cool, but I'd want to be cool. 1177 00:57:36,041 --> 00:57:37,750 All right, listen, Mark, 1178 00:57:39,000 --> 00:57:42,333 there's room on the couch I guess, if you need to stay. 1179 00:57:43,708 --> 00:57:45,875 Yeah, I mean, that'd be... that'd be cool. 1180 00:57:47,375 --> 00:57:49,250 Okay, just give me the cake. You're just like waving it around. 1181 00:57:49,291 --> 00:57:51,791 And do me a favor, don't annoy anyone, all right? 1182 00:57:51,833 --> 00:57:55,500 -Just keep it together, please. -Yeah, thanks. 1183 00:57:55,541 --> 00:57:57,208 What flavor is this? 1184 00:57:57,250 --> 00:58:01,375 It's, uh, buttermilk frosting with, uh, rainbow inside. It's... 1185 00:58:01,416 --> 00:58:03,541 I've had it before when I was upset. 1186 00:58:04,208 --> 00:58:07,541 [upbeat music playing] 1187 00:58:07,583 --> 00:58:11,250 [indistinct chatter] 1188 00:58:12,208 --> 00:58:14,666 [all cheer] 1189 00:58:21,500 --> 00:58:25,250 Mm. All right, hold it in, hold it in. 1190 00:58:25,958 --> 00:58:28,791 [coughing] 1191 00:58:28,833 --> 00:58:30,916 [laughs] You're so pretty when you smoke. 1192 00:58:30,958 --> 00:58:33,041 [Olivia] Oh, it's been a while. 1193 00:58:33,833 --> 00:58:35,958 -Hi. -[Olivia] Babe, come here. 1194 00:58:36,000 --> 00:58:37,125 -Hey. -Come here, sit. 1195 00:58:37,166 --> 00:58:38,958 -Want some of this? -What are you doing? 1196 00:58:39,000 --> 00:58:42,375 -Just having fun with the kids. -Oh, my gosh! 1197 00:58:42,416 --> 00:58:44,375 How was Sammy as a roommate? 1198 00:58:44,416 --> 00:58:49,875 Oh. Sammy was the best, I mean, well, he would use my toothbrush sometimes 1199 00:58:49,916 --> 00:58:51,791 and then he'd say it was bringing us closer together. 1200 00:58:52,333 --> 00:58:55,333 I had a pretty shitty time transitioning to college, 1201 00:58:55,375 --> 00:58:57,541 but Sammy was always there for me. 1202 00:58:57,583 --> 00:58:59,791 He actually made an effort to get to know me. 1203 00:59:01,083 --> 00:59:02,500 Those people are hard to come by. 1204 00:59:02,541 --> 00:59:03,916 [woman 1] Yeah. 1205 00:59:03,958 --> 00:59:07,166 And you guys didn't try to stop him from dropping out? 1206 00:59:07,208 --> 00:59:08,666 [laughs] 1207 00:59:08,708 --> 00:59:11,125 No, I mean, it's... it's Sammy, he doesn't half-ass shit. 1208 00:59:11,708 --> 00:59:13,250 He made up his mind and then he just kind of stuck to it. 1209 00:59:13,291 --> 00:59:17,291 Yeah, it wasn't even a thought and he's always supported us, 1210 00:59:17,333 --> 00:59:19,958 so that's what we're gonna do for him. 1211 00:59:20,000 --> 00:59:20,958 [Andrew] Hmm. 1212 00:59:23,500 --> 00:59:27,583 [upbeat music playing] 1213 00:59:44,208 --> 00:59:46,500 But that's like... that's like the only thing... 1214 00:59:46,541 --> 00:59:49,041 -9-5 job. -Job is to me... is like everything. 1215 00:59:49,083 --> 00:59:50,875 -I'd say a job's pretty important. -No. 1216 00:59:50,916 --> 00:59:53,166 -Well, it is. -Hey, guys, I'm gonna turn in. 1217 00:59:53,208 --> 00:59:54,666 -What? -All right, babe. 1218 00:59:54,708 --> 00:59:56,625 I think you should stay out but whatever you want to do. 1219 00:59:56,666 --> 01:00:00,875 No, it's all good. I just... It's been a long day. Um, I'll see you in there. 1220 01:00:00,916 --> 01:00:04,583 -Yo, Andrew, rate my dive. -What? 1221 01:00:05,166 --> 01:00:07,125 Big fish flopping in. 1222 01:00:07,916 --> 01:00:10,250 [splashes] 1223 01:00:12,000 --> 01:00:13,875 Cool. Good job, Mark. 1224 01:00:18,541 --> 01:00:19,916 It's good to see you, fuckers. 1225 01:00:19,958 --> 01:00:21,041 -[Andrew] Sammy. -[man 2] Yes. 1226 01:00:21,083 --> 01:00:23,625 [Sammy] Boys are back in town. 1227 01:00:23,666 --> 01:00:25,833 Uh, guys, where's Mark? 1228 01:00:26,750 --> 01:00:30,541 -Didn't he go back inside? -No, he just jumped in. Where... where did he go? 1229 01:00:30,583 --> 01:00:33,375 -Where'd who go, babe? -Mark, he... he... 1230 01:00:33,416 --> 01:00:36,250 -[Olivia] What? -He really just... He just... 1231 01:00:36,291 --> 01:00:39,458 He was right here. I think... I think you're sitting on Mark, Sammy. 1232 01:00:39,500 --> 01:00:43,583 -What does that even mean? -He's under the raft, man. 1233 01:00:45,541 --> 01:00:46,833 No, he's not. 1234 01:00:46,875 --> 01:00:48,666 It's not that big of a pool, I don't know how... 1235 01:00:48,708 --> 01:00:50,916 Well, then, fuck, jump in and save him. 1236 01:00:50,958 --> 01:00:54,375 No, me, I'm fully... That's gonna be so much... 1237 01:00:54,416 --> 01:00:56,208 You're already in the pool, why don't you go get him? 1238 01:00:56,250 --> 01:00:57,708 -What? -I don't... 1239 01:00:57,750 --> 01:00:59,083 Are you sure? I don't see him. 1240 01:00:59,125 --> 01:01:01,166 Okay, someone just get off the raft and find Mark. 1241 01:01:01,208 --> 01:01:03,583 Goddammit! All right, I will save Mark. 1242 01:01:03,625 --> 01:01:04,666 Please. 1243 01:01:04,708 --> 01:01:06,750 [splashes] 1244 01:01:07,333 --> 01:01:09,583 Oh, shit, he's drowning. 1245 01:01:10,166 --> 01:01:11,666 Sammy, come on. 1246 01:01:13,625 --> 01:01:16,291 -Oh, shit, he's under the freaking raft. -Oh, my God! 1247 01:01:17,333 --> 01:01:18,875 -[Sammy] I got him. -Okay, hey. 1248 01:01:18,916 --> 01:01:20,041 Come on, come on. Bring him to the side. 1249 01:01:20,083 --> 01:01:20,958 Bring him... Bring him to the side. 1250 01:01:21,000 --> 01:01:24,250 [Sammy] Come on. I got him. 1251 01:01:25,333 --> 01:01:27,916 [Andrew] Fuck. Mark. Mark. 1252 01:01:27,958 --> 01:01:30,875 Mark, wake up. Mark. 1253 01:01:31,458 --> 01:01:32,625 [Sammy] He's not moving, what do we do? 1254 01:01:32,666 --> 01:01:33,875 Give him out mouth to mouth. I don't know. 1255 01:01:33,916 --> 01:01:35,458 -[Sammy] No, you do it. -Save his life, damn it. 1256 01:01:35,500 --> 01:01:36,916 -Sammy, come on. -[Sammy] He's your friend. 1257 01:01:36,958 --> 01:01:39,375 -[Sammy] Why does it... Why me? -Just do something, man. 1258 01:01:39,416 --> 01:01:41,458 [Sammy] Oh, God. Mark. 1259 01:01:43,291 --> 01:01:44,583 [Sammy coughs] 1260 01:01:44,625 --> 01:01:46,375 [Sammy] It's in my mouth. 1261 01:01:46,958 --> 01:01:49,666 You okay? Mark, you all right? 1262 01:01:49,708 --> 01:01:52,583 -Yeah. -[Sammy] God. 1263 01:01:52,625 --> 01:01:53,833 -He's fine. -[Sammy] He's good. 1264 01:01:53,875 --> 01:01:56,708 -Okay. -He's all right. He's all right. 1265 01:01:59,375 --> 01:02:05,375 So, um, one more time, your drink of choice was Rosé? 1266 01:02:06,833 --> 01:02:09,291 I mean, I don't see how that's relevant, but, yeah. 1267 01:02:09,333 --> 01:02:10,708 And the... 1268 01:02:10,750 --> 01:02:12,291 And then the cake that hit you in the face, that was... 1269 01:02:12,333 --> 01:02:14,000 -What was the flavor of that? -All right, Thompson, ease up. 1270 01:02:14,041 --> 01:02:17,208 Okay? Look at the guy. He's had a terrible night, he's quivering. 1271 01:02:17,250 --> 01:02:20,708 -He doesn't look good. -How's your lolly, sir? What is that, sour apple? 1272 01:02:20,750 --> 01:02:22,208 -What's that good for you? -Yeah, it's amazing. 1273 01:02:22,250 --> 01:02:25,208 -[medic 1] Good, okay. -First responders are here. 1274 01:02:25,250 --> 01:02:27,708 Who invited the, uh, second line of defense? 1275 01:02:27,750 --> 01:02:31,291 -[medic 2] Easy, chief. -[policeman 1] We're first responders. 1276 01:02:31,333 --> 01:02:33,750 Yeah, and you boys are 10 minutes late. 1277 01:02:33,791 --> 01:02:36,083 This sweet man over here would have drowned if it weren't for us. 1278 01:02:36,125 --> 01:02:38,250 Walton, I swear that's about enough out of that mouth... 1279 01:02:38,291 --> 01:02:40,333 Hey, Ponds. Let's keep it professional, huh. 1280 01:02:40,375 --> 01:02:43,166 -[Ponds] She makes me so mad. -Everything all right? 1281 01:02:44,666 --> 01:02:48,000 -Is one of you in charge? -Well, this guy. 1282 01:02:48,041 --> 01:02:49,583 How's it going, guys? 1283 01:02:49,625 --> 01:02:51,416 We're responding to a 10-16 call we received about a drowning. 1284 01:02:51,458 --> 01:02:53,166 -[medic 1] And we have it covered. -Okay. 1285 01:02:53,208 --> 01:02:55,083 I'm calling a sidebar. 10-4. 1286 01:02:55,125 --> 01:02:57,500 What the hell is a sidebar? 1287 01:02:57,541 --> 01:03:00,541 Thompson, shall we step aside to have a discussion, okay? 1288 01:03:02,458 --> 01:03:05,791 All right, look. We need this, all right, medics? 1289 01:03:05,833 --> 01:03:07,500 Let's get on the same page here, huh? 1290 01:03:07,541 --> 01:03:09,958 Yeah, you guys, news travels really fast in a small town 1291 01:03:10,000 --> 01:03:11,958 and we just don't get many opportunities like this. 1292 01:03:12,000 --> 01:03:14,166 We cannot risk looking unprofessional. 1293 01:03:14,208 --> 01:03:16,500 -Not again. -Well, then let us do our job. 1294 01:03:16,541 --> 01:03:18,000 Yeah. 1295 01:03:19,208 --> 01:03:20,541 I don't know, what do you say, boss? 1296 01:03:20,583 --> 01:03:24,125 I don't even know, boys. Yeah, I don't know. 1297 01:03:25,250 --> 01:03:29,041 [sighs] We literally just have to take this man to the hospital. 1298 01:03:29,541 --> 01:03:32,458 Take him to the hospital, that's a bold call, Walton. 1299 01:03:33,458 --> 01:03:34,833 But I like it. 1300 01:03:34,875 --> 01:03:36,333 Uh... 1301 01:03:38,125 --> 01:03:42,458 All right, we're all clear here, everyone can disperse, go home safely. 1302 01:03:43,291 --> 01:03:46,708 You fellas, have yourself a good night. Just tighten it up here. 1303 01:03:51,541 --> 01:03:54,750 -I'm going to sleep. I'll see you in the morning. -For sure. 1304 01:04:07,666 --> 01:04:10,583 [sighs] 1305 01:04:17,375 --> 01:04:19,708 [tranquil music playing] 1306 01:04:41,375 --> 01:04:43,541 [sighs] 1307 01:04:51,000 --> 01:04:53,000 [sighs] 1308 01:05:05,000 --> 01:05:06,583 [knocks] 1309 01:05:09,708 --> 01:05:13,000 -Still awake? -Yeah. 1310 01:05:16,250 --> 01:05:17,208 9th green? 1311 01:05:22,750 --> 01:05:24,291 [Sammy] So this weekend went well. 1312 01:05:24,333 --> 01:05:26,208 [both laugh] 1313 01:05:27,666 --> 01:05:29,250 Oh, man. 1314 01:05:29,291 --> 01:05:31,958 -It's right here, right? -Yeah? 1315 01:05:32,000 --> 01:05:37,833 I still can't believe you're married, ugh, and that I had sex with your wife's sister. 1316 01:05:37,875 --> 01:05:39,083 Okay. 1317 01:05:40,708 --> 01:05:42,000 [sighs] 1318 01:05:44,416 --> 01:05:50,291 -Seriously, I missed a lot. Yeah, you did. 1319 01:05:51,541 --> 01:05:55,333 -Didn't have to though. -Yeah. 1320 01:05:58,916 --> 01:06:01,000 Oh, after what happened... 1321 01:06:03,000 --> 01:06:06,916 I felt like the entire family thought I was a failure 1322 01:06:09,208 --> 01:06:12,958 and then every time you tried to make it better, 1323 01:06:13,000 --> 01:06:17,000 it just felt like we drifted further apart. 1324 01:06:19,458 --> 01:06:21,000 It was like you, you... 1325 01:06:22,916 --> 01:06:25,791 You took it personally that I was doing something differently than you. 1326 01:06:25,833 --> 01:06:27,708 Yeah. Yeah, and then... 1327 01:06:27,750 --> 01:06:31,708 And then, I'm hearing from mom how well you're doing, 1328 01:06:33,541 --> 01:06:36,541 knowing that I'm always going to be labeled the dropout. 1329 01:06:41,000 --> 01:06:42,916 I think I was scared to face that. 1330 01:06:47,250 --> 01:06:49,125 And then, when you... you... 1331 01:06:49,166 --> 01:06:53,125 You called me out in front of everybody on Christmas. 1332 01:06:56,000 --> 01:06:59,041 You know, it did... It just felt like you didn't respect my opinion. 1333 01:06:59,541 --> 01:07:01,333 You didn't respect my choice. 1334 01:07:04,000 --> 01:07:05,916 That's why I tackled you into the tree. 1335 01:07:10,625 --> 01:07:15,541 Man, I really wish you would have opened up to me about that before. 1336 01:07:15,583 --> 01:07:17,958 I didn't know that you felt like that. 1337 01:07:18,000 --> 01:07:19,000 [chuckles] 1338 01:07:19,625 --> 01:07:24,458 Well, I did it. It fucking hurt. 1339 01:07:27,583 --> 01:07:28,541 [scoffs] 1340 01:07:30,333 --> 01:07:32,208 Well, you know, it hurt me too, man, you weren't the only one isolated. 1341 01:07:33,416 --> 01:07:34,791 I mean, it's... 1342 01:07:36,041 --> 01:07:38,000 It sucks that you're not in my life. 1343 01:07:39,375 --> 01:07:42,500 Don't you think that I... I want to know how you're doing? 1344 01:07:42,541 --> 01:07:44,125 [sighs] 1345 01:07:44,166 --> 01:07:45,875 Don't you think it's... it's painful 1346 01:07:45,916 --> 01:07:47,916 -that I got to find out about you through mom and dad? -Yeah, yeah. 1347 01:07:47,958 --> 01:07:50,708 Don't you think that I wanted you to be my best man at my wedding? 1348 01:07:50,750 --> 01:07:52,125 Yeah, you're right. 1349 01:07:52,958 --> 01:07:54,541 You're right, man, I fucked up. 1350 01:07:55,458 --> 01:07:56,583 I fucked up. 1351 01:07:58,000 --> 01:08:00,916 But I don't... I don't regret the choices I made. 1352 01:08:02,666 --> 01:08:05,541 But I do... I do regret what it did to our relationship 1353 01:08:07,458 --> 01:08:08,708 and I'm sorry. 1354 01:08:11,250 --> 01:08:13,916 Look, we both did this, you know. 1355 01:08:15,291 --> 01:08:16,916 But we can change it now. 1356 01:08:19,000 --> 01:08:23,166 All right? Uh, you make decisions and you stand behind them. 1357 01:08:23,208 --> 01:08:24,750 I'm done getting on you for that. 1358 01:08:24,791 --> 01:08:26,833 -Yeah. -I can't... I can't even... 1359 01:08:26,875 --> 01:08:30,666 Uh, I can't even make a decision without worrying about what could go wrong. 1360 01:08:30,708 --> 01:08:31,791 [laughs] 1361 01:08:31,833 --> 01:08:33,000 I can't. 1362 01:08:33,041 --> 01:08:35,416 But you make choices that are good for you. 1363 01:08:35,875 --> 01:08:37,541 -That's... -You do, man. 1364 01:08:39,500 --> 01:08:45,000 I'm telling you, seeing you and Liv this weekend, holy shit, did I realize that. 1365 01:08:47,041 --> 01:08:48,250 You got an awesome life. 1366 01:08:48,291 --> 01:08:49,458 [laughs] 1367 01:08:50,041 --> 01:08:52,708 You got a great partner, a stable job. 1368 01:08:53,708 --> 01:08:56,708 I love my wife to death, I really do and I like what I do. 1369 01:08:56,750 --> 01:08:58,500 Yeah, then what are you so worried about? 1370 01:08:58,541 --> 01:09:00,375 I'm just worried that the rug's gonna get pulled out from underneath. 1371 01:09:00,416 --> 01:09:01,791 There is no rug. 1372 01:09:02,875 --> 01:09:04,750 There's no rug, man, you're there. 1373 01:09:05,708 --> 01:09:07,416 You worked hard for it. 1374 01:09:09,166 --> 01:09:10,916 Now you get to share that with Liv. 1375 01:09:12,875 --> 01:09:13,958 [Andrew] Hmm. 1376 01:09:16,583 --> 01:09:17,750 [Sammy sighs] 1377 01:09:17,791 --> 01:09:19,625 You know we want to share it with you too. 1378 01:09:25,375 --> 01:09:27,416 Then could we just not let this happen again? 1379 01:09:29,875 --> 01:09:31,000 It won't. 1380 01:09:33,958 --> 01:09:35,666 Let's never fucking hit each other again. 1381 01:09:35,708 --> 01:09:38,958 No tree dives. I miss you so much, man. 1382 01:09:39,000 --> 01:09:42,833 -[Andrew] I miss you, man. -[Sammy] I miss you so much. 1383 01:09:45,250 --> 01:09:46,750 All right, get off me, there's something we still got to do. 1384 01:09:46,791 --> 01:09:48,250 [laughs] 1385 01:09:49,000 --> 01:09:52,458 -Never got a chance to open this. -Oh, wow. 1386 01:09:52,500 --> 01:09:54,625 Right now is a great time for that. 1387 01:09:54,666 --> 01:09:56,416 -Oh, yeah. -Yeah. 1388 01:09:59,541 --> 01:10:01,333 -You've got to be kidding me. -Yep. 1389 01:10:01,375 --> 01:10:04,041 -Where'd you even get this? -Oh, I grabbed it at the grocery store. 1390 01:10:04,083 --> 01:10:05,416 [scoffs] 1391 01:10:05,458 --> 01:10:08,083 Wow, well... 1392 01:10:10,000 --> 01:10:11,750 -What are you doing? -What do you think I'm doing? 1393 01:10:11,791 --> 01:10:15,083 -We're taking it, come on. -All right. 1394 01:10:15,125 --> 01:10:18,583 [upbeat music playing] 1395 01:10:23,375 --> 01:10:26,166 [Andrew] Hey, I never got to, uh, say happy birthday. 1396 01:10:26,208 --> 01:10:28,833 [Sammy] Thanks, big bro, you too. 1397 01:10:30,000 --> 01:10:31,541 [Andrew] There's so much flow. 1398 01:10:31,583 --> 01:10:33,250 [both laugh] 1399 01:10:38,083 --> 01:10:39,375 [Olivia sighs] 1400 01:10:39,416 --> 01:10:41,708 -All right, that's all of it. -It's everything. 1401 01:10:41,750 --> 01:10:43,333 So we'll see you in a couple weeks? 1402 01:10:43,375 --> 01:10:45,666 -I will be there. -All right. 1403 01:10:45,708 --> 01:10:48,333 -Bye, Liv. -Be good. 1404 01:10:48,375 --> 01:10:53,083 I will try. Big bro, drive safe. 1405 01:10:53,125 --> 01:10:54,583 Will do. 1406 01:10:57,375 --> 01:10:59,416 -See you soon. -Yup, see you soon. 1407 01:11:00,875 --> 01:11:02,125 [sighs] 1408 01:11:02,666 --> 01:11:03,916 [laughs] 1409 01:11:05,541 --> 01:11:10,750 -Yep. It's hot. -It hurts. 1410 01:11:12,000 --> 01:11:14,958 So you got a plane to catch. 1411 01:11:15,000 --> 01:11:17,583 Yeah, I love a good mile-high hangover. 1412 01:11:17,625 --> 01:11:19,958 -Yeah, that'll be a lot of fun. -Yeah. 1413 01:11:20,000 --> 01:11:21,708 Are you coming with? 1414 01:11:21,750 --> 01:11:26,958 No, no, my flight's not until later and I literally have not slept. 1415 01:11:27,000 --> 01:11:28,958 -That's rough. -Yeah. 1416 01:11:29,000 --> 01:11:32,291 -So I'm gonna do that. -Cool. 1417 01:11:33,708 --> 01:11:36,041 Super, super cool indeed. 1418 01:11:36,958 --> 01:11:40,208 Yeah. Am I gonna see you again or... 1419 01:11:41,250 --> 01:11:42,916 Yeah, yeah. 1420 01:11:45,583 --> 01:11:49,000 So I care about you a lot 1421 01:11:49,750 --> 01:11:53,333 and I think you are super awesome. 1422 01:11:54,000 --> 01:11:55,916 I think you're... 1423 01:11:55,958 --> 01:11:59,916 You're so kind and, fine, you're way smarter than me. 1424 01:11:59,958 --> 01:12:02,291 It's a fact. Heh. 1425 01:12:02,333 --> 01:12:06,583 I don't really know what protocol is here because I never do this, 1426 01:12:06,625 --> 01:12:09,916 but I think, uh, I would like to see you again. 1427 01:12:12,000 --> 01:12:14,500 Is there a way we can make that happen? 1428 01:12:14,541 --> 01:12:15,875 Uh... 1429 01:12:17,333 --> 01:12:19,791 [whispers] They have these things called cell phones. 1430 01:12:20,541 --> 01:12:22,875 I think they invented them like a few years back. 1431 01:12:22,916 --> 01:12:24,958 [both whispering] -Cell phones? -Cell phones, cell phones. 1432 01:12:25,000 --> 01:12:26,958 -Is that? -Yeah, they're like this good. 1433 01:12:27,000 --> 01:12:29,458 -Yeah, yeah, go farther. -Oh, I don't know. 1434 01:12:29,500 --> 01:12:33,583 [in normal voice] -So dramatic to the end, heh. -All right. 1435 01:12:34,250 --> 01:12:35,625 Well, you know... 1436 01:12:37,833 --> 01:12:40,375 I already pissed them off enough so you should probably go. 1437 01:12:40,416 --> 01:12:44,208 Get in the car. They're super patient, this is good. 1438 01:12:44,250 --> 01:12:45,625 Bye, Emma. 1439 01:12:45,666 --> 01:12:49,208 By, Sir Bounce A Lot, heh. 1440 01:12:49,250 --> 01:12:51,625 -You remembered. -The privilege was mine. 1441 01:12:51,666 --> 01:12:53,500 -Yeah, I'm sure it was. -Yeah. 1442 01:12:53,541 --> 01:12:57,666 I will see you at our next family function. 1443 01:12:57,708 --> 01:12:59,875 -Please never say that again. -We're family. 1444 01:12:59,916 --> 01:13:01,791 -We're not family. -Keeping it in the family. 1445 01:13:01,833 --> 01:13:04,041 -We could be family, one day. -We already are. 1446 01:13:04,083 --> 01:13:06,875 -Oh. -Okay, let go. 1447 01:13:13,583 --> 01:13:15,666 [sighs] 1448 01:13:18,916 --> 01:13:22,666 [upbeat music playing] 109506

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