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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:01:28,368 --> 00:01:30,529 Good to see you. 2 00:01:39,913 --> 00:01:43,314 Coming down in three, two, one. You're on. 3 00:01:43,483 --> 00:01:46,680 Orange County, Virginia, is as peaceful a place as anywhere. 4 00:01:48,655 --> 00:01:52,591 This is horse country, and one of the richest spots in America. 5 00:01:53,527 --> 00:01:58,328 Old money lives here in this calm and elegant setting. 6 00:01:58,632 --> 00:02:02,227 But that calm was shattered a year ago when Hank Cavanaugh... 7 00:02:02,402 --> 00:02:04,700 ...a friendly and unpretentious man... 8 00:02:04,871 --> 00:02:07,772 ...who was one of Orange County's most prominent residents... 9 00:02:07,941 --> 00:02:10,569 ...died suddenly at his hilltop home. 10 00:02:10,744 --> 00:02:15,943 And it wasn't long before suspicion began to fall on the woman who became known... 11 00:02:16,116 --> 00:02:18,550 ...as the widow on the hill. 12 00:02:20,020 --> 00:02:23,615 Linda Cavanaugh agreed to talk to us only in the presence of her attorney... 13 00:02:23,790 --> 00:02:26,452 ...and with the stipulation that she not speak directly... 14 00:02:26,626 --> 00:02:31,222 ...about the charge for which she is soon to stand trial. 15 00:02:31,398 --> 00:02:33,923 - Linda, how are...? - Now, that's why I'm talking to you. 16 00:02:34,334 --> 00:02:38,964 I want them to know you have to believe in yourself. You have to reach for your dreams. 17 00:02:39,139 --> 00:02:41,699 And I want them to know that I'm not a murderer. 18 00:02:45,645 --> 00:02:48,205 Five years ago, my life was very different. 19 00:02:48,381 --> 00:02:53,648 I was on my third husband, and believe me, he wasn't much to brag about. 20 00:03:06,199 --> 00:03:08,724 What the hell's your problem? 21 00:03:18,778 --> 00:03:20,803 We weren't getting along well on that trip. 22 00:03:32,792 --> 00:03:34,623 He just left you there? 23 00:03:34,794 --> 00:03:38,161 Well, it was no great loss, really. He wasn't much of a husband. 24 00:03:46,473 --> 00:03:50,102 I had no idea where I was or what I was gonna do. 25 00:03:50,277 --> 00:03:52,177 And then I saw this house... 26 00:03:52,345 --> 00:03:54,711 ...up on a hill. 27 00:03:59,519 --> 00:04:02,386 What it must be like to live in a beautiful home like that. 28 00:04:13,166 --> 00:04:15,828 A few years later, I was living in a trailer. 29 00:04:16,002 --> 00:04:18,493 I'd put myself through nursing school... 30 00:04:18,672 --> 00:04:21,800 ...and started to climb out of that dead-end world. 31 00:04:21,975 --> 00:04:24,603 Because in America you can be whatever you want... 32 00:04:24,778 --> 00:04:27,747 ...as long as you have the smarts and the drive... 33 00:04:27,914 --> 00:04:29,848 ...and all the guts to do it. 34 00:04:30,016 --> 00:04:33,577 When I heard they needed a nurse at that very house I dreamed of living in... 35 00:04:33,753 --> 00:04:36,950 ...I couldn't believe it. - You must regret that today, Linda. 36 00:04:37,123 --> 00:04:40,183 Are you kidding? I don't believe in regret. 37 00:05:04,317 --> 00:05:06,182 I'm Hank Cavanaugh. 38 00:05:06,353 --> 00:05:08,446 Hi. Linda Dupree. 39 00:05:08,622 --> 00:05:12,285 Well, I'm pleased to meet you, Linda. Really pleased. 40 00:05:12,692 --> 00:05:16,287 - It's nice to meet you. - Come on in the house. 41 00:05:21,267 --> 00:05:23,235 Now, this... 42 00:05:23,403 --> 00:05:25,633 ...is my wife's favorite spot in the house. 43 00:05:25,805 --> 00:05:29,002 - It's stunning. - Come on. 44 00:05:31,144 --> 00:05:34,113 I hope you'll pardon the mess. I'm not much of a housekeeper. 45 00:05:34,280 --> 00:05:38,478 - Always tracking in mud, besides. - It's beautiful. 46 00:05:42,288 --> 00:05:46,281 - Anything I can get you before you...? - Be nice if I could meet her. 47 00:05:50,096 --> 00:05:51,563 - Hi. - Hi. 48 00:05:51,731 --> 00:05:55,167 - I'm Linda from hospice. - I'm Jenny. 49 00:05:55,769 --> 00:05:57,828 - One of the daughters? - Yeah. 50 00:05:58,371 --> 00:06:00,032 It's nice to meet you. 51 00:06:00,206 --> 00:06:02,902 I'm gonna take really good care of your mom. 52 00:06:05,979 --> 00:06:08,140 Can I talk about Jenny? 53 00:06:11,785 --> 00:06:13,412 Sorry. 54 00:06:25,131 --> 00:06:27,861 So you're the angel of death. 55 00:06:28,968 --> 00:06:30,765 Most people call me Linda. 56 00:06:32,872 --> 00:06:35,136 I'm just gonna take your blood pressure. 57 00:06:40,714 --> 00:06:43,512 I met your daughter downstairs. She seems nice. 58 00:06:45,285 --> 00:06:48,277 - She is. - How's the pain? Is the morphine working? 59 00:06:48,655 --> 00:06:50,646 Oh, it's all right now. 60 00:06:51,524 --> 00:06:54,322 - It's gonna get worse, though, isn't it? - Not necessarily. 61 00:06:54,494 --> 00:06:57,190 If it does, the doctor will up your dose. 62 00:07:19,886 --> 00:07:22,684 You're lucky. You have a beautiful view. 63 00:07:23,423 --> 00:07:25,914 Yes, I've had a lucky life. 64 00:07:26,793 --> 00:07:28,886 If you don't include dying at 45. 65 00:07:33,133 --> 00:07:35,101 You're very pretty. 66 00:07:35,735 --> 00:07:37,669 Thank you. 67 00:07:38,304 --> 00:07:42,035 I wasn't always such a scarecrow myself. 68 00:07:51,184 --> 00:07:52,776 How does he seem to you? 69 00:07:53,820 --> 00:07:56,584 Your husband? You know, I really haven't had... 70 00:07:56,756 --> 00:07:58,553 ...much of a chance to talk to him yet. 71 00:07:58,725 --> 00:08:01,387 It's gonna be so hard on him. 72 00:08:10,870 --> 00:08:13,134 Right now the pain is pretty much under control... 73 00:08:13,306 --> 00:08:17,709 ...but if that starts to change at all, you need to call me right away. 74 00:08:20,079 --> 00:08:23,242 Here's some sesame oil. It's great for her dry skin. 75 00:08:24,484 --> 00:08:26,782 And here's a pamphlet... 76 00:08:28,087 --> 00:08:32,148 ...that'll give you a better idea of what to expect over the next month or so. 77 00:08:33,092 --> 00:08:36,619 You think that's how long she's got? A month or so? 78 00:08:38,097 --> 00:08:40,964 That's really hard to say for sure, Hank. 79 00:08:42,735 --> 00:08:44,464 But she's gonna need your strength. 80 00:08:47,740 --> 00:08:50,038 Well, I can tell you're strong. 81 00:09:00,620 --> 00:09:02,918 This is your other daughter? 82 00:09:05,225 --> 00:09:08,126 Yeah, that's Monica. She's married now. 83 00:09:08,828 --> 00:09:10,455 And Jenny? What about her? 84 00:09:10,630 --> 00:09:13,394 Well, Jenny, she's moved back into the house for a while. 85 00:09:13,566 --> 00:09:17,229 She's taking a leave from college. 86 00:09:17,804 --> 00:09:20,170 Anyhow, this is the rest of the Cavanaughs. 87 00:09:20,340 --> 00:09:24,299 As you can see, we've been in this part of the country for quite a while. 88 00:09:24,477 --> 00:09:26,604 - It's wonderful. - I don't know about wonderful. 89 00:09:26,779 --> 00:09:29,942 Oh, it is. To be settled and... 90 00:09:30,116 --> 00:09:33,142 You know, to have a home like this where you really belong. 91 00:09:33,319 --> 00:09:36,880 - No one can take away from you. - Yeah, well, that's the good part, I guess. 92 00:09:37,390 --> 00:09:38,857 Where are your people from? 93 00:09:39,025 --> 00:09:42,791 My people? Oh, well, I don't have people. 94 00:09:42,962 --> 00:09:44,520 Not the way you do. 95 00:09:45,365 --> 00:09:48,823 I should probably get going now... 96 00:09:49,002 --> 00:09:50,799 ...but I'll be back tomorrow afternoon. 97 00:09:50,970 --> 00:09:54,201 And if Felicia needs anything, anything at all... 98 00:09:54,374 --> 00:09:57,468 ...or you're worried about anything, just give me a call. 99 00:10:01,814 --> 00:10:03,338 Hank... 100 00:10:04,284 --> 00:10:07,481 ...my job isn't just about Felicia, you know. 101 00:10:08,154 --> 00:10:10,884 I'm here to help you get through this too. 102 00:10:29,409 --> 00:10:31,877 Check her out. She's a beaut, man. 103 00:10:32,845 --> 00:10:36,406 - You get that deer all by yourself, Kevin? - Yeah. 104 00:10:36,716 --> 00:10:40,174 - Sure about that? - Yeah, first day of the season. 105 00:10:43,256 --> 00:10:45,520 Thanks. Thank you. 106 00:10:46,292 --> 00:10:48,988 - Look at that one right there. Yeah. - Oh, yeah. 107 00:10:49,162 --> 00:10:51,824 Hey, Dotty? How about a couple of barbecue sandwiches. 108 00:10:51,998 --> 00:10:53,226 - Hi, guys. - Hey. 109 00:10:53,399 --> 00:10:55,128 You'll never guess who's making them. 110 00:10:55,301 --> 00:10:56,928 Who? 111 00:10:57,837 --> 00:11:00,829 Oh, my God. 112 00:11:01,474 --> 00:11:03,533 - Well, well, well. - Hi. 113 00:11:03,710 --> 00:11:05,439 - Hey, stranger. - It's good to see you. 114 00:11:05,611 --> 00:11:07,442 - How you doing? - Well, I'm okay. 115 00:11:07,613 --> 00:11:09,080 I thought you were in college. 116 00:11:09,248 --> 00:11:13,685 - I was. Now I'm here. - Here? What, are you working in the store? 117 00:11:13,853 --> 00:11:15,343 I'm working at the store, Rick. 118 00:11:15,521 --> 00:11:17,648 Okay. Well, you keep an eye on her, Dotty. 119 00:11:17,824 --> 00:11:20,657 You know, as smart as she is, she'll own the place. 120 00:11:21,694 --> 00:11:25,755 - Well, it's good to see you again, Jen. - Thanks, you too. 121 00:11:30,169 --> 00:11:35,072 - How'd that horse run, Ransom? - Don't wanna talk about that horse, Rick. 122 00:11:38,411 --> 00:11:40,811 You know your goddaughter's working at the counter? 123 00:11:40,980 --> 00:11:42,538 I know. 124 00:11:42,915 --> 00:11:45,577 That's a four-point buck. Got him on a broadhead. 125 00:11:48,521 --> 00:11:51,786 - Go ahead. - What a beautiful old store. 126 00:11:52,859 --> 00:11:56,056 - Hey, darling. - Hi, Daddy. 127 00:11:56,963 --> 00:12:00,421 - I hope she's pulling her weight. - How's Felicia doing today? 128 00:12:00,600 --> 00:12:04,559 Oh, not too bad today, thanks to her nurse here. Linda, this is Dotty. 129 00:12:04,737 --> 00:12:06,830 - Hi, Dotty. - Hi. Hi. 130 00:12:07,006 --> 00:12:09,941 Has she taught you how to make an egg-salad sandwich yet? 131 00:12:10,109 --> 00:12:12,304 I can make an egg-salad sandwich, Daddy. 132 00:12:12,478 --> 00:12:17,609 Good. We'll have two of them, then. Let me introduce you to my friends here. 133 00:12:20,253 --> 00:12:22,346 Gentlemen, I want you to meet Linda. 134 00:12:22,522 --> 00:12:26,822 She's been helping out with Felicia. I don't know what we'd do without her. 135 00:12:26,993 --> 00:12:30,156 Linda, this is Ransom. He and I have been friends for many years. 136 00:12:30,329 --> 00:12:32,957 It's always nice to meet one of Hank's playmates. 137 00:12:33,132 --> 00:12:36,761 And this is Rick. He's been helping out on the farm since he was a boy. 138 00:12:36,936 --> 00:12:39,200 - Ma'am. - And this here country squire... 139 00:12:39,372 --> 00:12:41,203 ...is named Kevin. - Ma'am. 140 00:12:41,374 --> 00:12:42,705 It's nice to meet you both. 141 00:12:46,145 --> 00:12:47,373 Okay. 142 00:12:48,915 --> 00:12:50,143 Funny thing... 143 00:12:50,316 --> 00:12:53,877 ...I woke up early this morning to go and fix that gate, and lo and behold... 144 00:12:54,053 --> 00:12:56,681 ...somebody had trespassed on my property and done it. 145 00:12:56,856 --> 00:12:58,915 They didn't even bother to ask my permission. 146 00:12:59,092 --> 00:13:03,620 Yeah, well, the whole country's going to hell, Hank. You know that. 147 00:13:03,796 --> 00:13:07,232 - Daddy, your sandwiches are ready. - Oh, I'll get them, Hank. 148 00:13:15,408 --> 00:13:18,241 Hey. So that's what nurses look like these days? 149 00:13:20,146 --> 00:13:22,376 Well, you hold your horses, Kevin. 150 00:13:22,548 --> 00:13:24,539 That there's a very compassionate lady... 151 00:13:24,717 --> 00:13:27,413 ...and she doesn't deserve to be stared at like that. 152 00:13:30,056 --> 00:13:32,081 What exactly does she do for Felicia, Hank? 153 00:13:33,059 --> 00:13:35,960 Well, Linda calls it palliative care. 154 00:13:36,129 --> 00:13:38,723 - Thank you. - She helps her with the pain. It's bad now. 155 00:13:38,898 --> 00:13:40,422 She needs morphine all the time. 156 00:13:41,567 --> 00:13:43,194 Excuse me. 157 00:13:47,006 --> 00:13:49,201 - This looks good. - Yeah. 158 00:13:49,375 --> 00:13:52,105 Best food between here and Gordonsville. 159 00:13:54,914 --> 00:13:57,314 Don't forget your napkin. 160 00:14:04,957 --> 00:14:07,050 You made quite an impression when you arrived. 161 00:14:07,226 --> 00:14:09,387 Hank introduced me around. 162 00:14:09,562 --> 00:14:12,053 But it was a terrible time for the family. 163 00:14:12,231 --> 00:14:15,064 And I can understand why Jenny was so emotional. 164 00:14:15,234 --> 00:14:16,667 She was losing her mother. 165 00:14:21,841 --> 00:14:25,402 Excuse me, young lady. Can I give you a hand there? 166 00:14:27,146 --> 00:14:29,114 You don't have to do that. It's my job. 167 00:14:29,282 --> 00:14:32,809 Oh, yeah? As far as I can remember, your job was gonna be... 168 00:14:32,985 --> 00:14:35,010 ...architecture or something. 169 00:14:35,188 --> 00:14:38,180 Well, architecture didn't exactly work out. 170 00:14:38,357 --> 00:14:40,052 Oh, yeah? 171 00:14:41,594 --> 00:14:45,052 - You can do better than this, can't you? - Maybe. 172 00:14:45,231 --> 00:14:49,930 - I have to prove it to myself first, though. - How's your mom? 173 00:14:50,970 --> 00:14:53,370 Well, it won't be long now. 174 00:14:54,607 --> 00:14:57,633 Well, I'm real sorry to hear that. 175 00:14:57,810 --> 00:15:00,779 She's always been real nice to me, you know. 176 00:15:00,947 --> 00:15:02,938 Make me feel like I'm somebody. 177 00:15:03,115 --> 00:15:07,745 You are somebody. I always thought so. 178 00:15:08,154 --> 00:15:12,284 You know I would've run away with you if you'd ever had the nerve to ask me. 179 00:15:13,993 --> 00:15:18,293 Well, it wasn't a question of nerves. It was just common sense, you know? 180 00:15:18,464 --> 00:15:22,764 There are two types of people in this county. You and your folks are one... 181 00:15:22,935 --> 00:15:24,459 ...and I guess I'm the other one. 182 00:15:26,172 --> 00:15:27,901 Hey, Hank tells me you quit drinking. 183 00:15:28,874 --> 00:15:33,311 - I'm doing my best. - Well, good. Keep at it. 184 00:15:34,680 --> 00:15:36,238 It's my dad I'm worried about. 185 00:15:37,049 --> 00:15:38,983 Well, if there's any way I can help out... 186 00:15:39,151 --> 00:15:41,585 ...as far as he goes, you let me know, because... 187 00:15:41,754 --> 00:15:45,520 Well, he's picked me up off the ground more times than I care to admit. 188 00:15:47,660 --> 00:15:50,220 Rick, what do you think of Linda? 189 00:15:50,396 --> 00:15:51,658 - The nurse? - Yeah. 190 00:15:52,865 --> 00:15:54,560 Well, to be honest with you... 191 00:15:54,734 --> 00:15:59,103 ...if I were you I'd call up that hospice place and get them to send out a different one. 192 00:16:00,473 --> 00:16:02,236 Coming in? 193 00:16:12,885 --> 00:16:14,910 - Hi, sweetheart. - Hi. 194 00:16:15,087 --> 00:16:17,214 Almost finished. 195 00:16:19,525 --> 00:16:21,425 That should do it. 196 00:16:22,695 --> 00:16:24,856 I'll leave you two alone. 197 00:16:37,243 --> 00:16:39,074 Any better? 198 00:16:39,879 --> 00:16:42,473 Should be in a minute or two. 199 00:16:43,215 --> 00:16:45,979 The morphine works like a charm sometimes. 200 00:16:48,587 --> 00:16:50,248 Monica's coming home tomorrow. 201 00:16:53,426 --> 00:16:56,088 I hate to disrupt her life... 202 00:16:56,429 --> 00:17:00,160 ...just when she and Robert have bought a new house. 203 00:17:02,501 --> 00:17:04,196 Well... 204 00:17:05,471 --> 00:17:07,496 I guess life's not fair, is it? 205 00:17:12,511 --> 00:17:17,210 Can you get me that jewelry box over there? 206 00:17:37,269 --> 00:17:39,703 It's a star sapphire. 207 00:17:39,872 --> 00:17:42,340 It belonged to your great-grandmother. 208 00:17:43,542 --> 00:17:44,770 I want you to have it. 209 00:17:45,378 --> 00:17:46,970 No. Not now. 210 00:17:50,983 --> 00:17:52,814 Later, then. 211 00:17:59,358 --> 00:18:01,519 You're strong enough to handle this. 212 00:18:01,994 --> 00:18:04,121 No, I'm not. 213 00:18:04,797 --> 00:18:06,822 I'm your mother. 214 00:18:08,067 --> 00:18:09,534 I ought to know. 215 00:18:12,338 --> 00:18:17,173 You're having a rough time right now, but you're gonna get through this. 216 00:18:17,777 --> 00:18:21,577 You're gonna find your way and live a beautiful life. 217 00:18:21,747 --> 00:18:25,308 But I want you in that life. 218 00:18:29,588 --> 00:18:32,148 I wish I could be, sweetheart. 219 00:18:32,558 --> 00:18:35,322 But you'll still have your father. 220 00:18:37,396 --> 00:18:39,523 Promise me you'll take care of him. 221 00:18:40,800 --> 00:18:42,358 I will. 222 00:18:46,705 --> 00:18:48,366 Two of you, so much alike. 223 00:19:09,428 --> 00:19:11,419 That's not true. 224 00:19:12,298 --> 00:19:14,823 I know it seems that way now, Hank. 225 00:19:16,068 --> 00:19:19,697 I know it's hard to imagine ever being happy again. 226 00:19:20,973 --> 00:19:22,201 You will. 227 00:19:29,281 --> 00:19:30,714 Is she asleep? 228 00:19:32,084 --> 00:19:33,483 What are you doing? 229 00:19:34,386 --> 00:19:36,286 Linda and I were just talking. 230 00:19:36,822 --> 00:19:39,416 No, you weren't just talking. 231 00:19:39,592 --> 00:19:43,585 - My mother is on her deathbed, and you're... - Are you trying to imply something, Jenny? 232 00:19:43,762 --> 00:19:46,595 - Now, why don't we all just... - Because I can call hospice... 233 00:19:46,765 --> 00:19:49,165 ...and get another nurse to come. - No. No. 234 00:19:49,335 --> 00:19:53,465 This is just silly. It's just a crazy misunderstanding. 235 00:19:56,509 --> 00:19:59,069 Yeah, I'm sure that's all it is. 236 00:20:07,887 --> 00:20:11,050 - You comfortable? - Yeah, I'm good. I'm good. 237 00:20:16,028 --> 00:20:19,395 - Don't be worried about her. - It's hard not to be. 238 00:20:19,565 --> 00:20:22,125 We're so lucky to have them both. 239 00:20:22,368 --> 00:20:26,065 - Yeah. - To have each other. 240 00:20:29,041 --> 00:20:31,168 To have this moment. 241 00:20:39,652 --> 00:20:41,916 - Hi, Monica. - Hi. 242 00:20:43,689 --> 00:20:46,180 - You okay? - Yeah. 243 00:20:53,465 --> 00:20:55,228 Hey, Dad. 244 00:20:55,868 --> 00:20:59,326 - Mom, how are you feeling? - Good. 245 00:21:03,275 --> 00:21:05,334 Monica was nothing like her sister. 246 00:21:06,111 --> 00:21:09,603 Well, she didn't have a drinking problem, for one thing. 247 00:21:09,782 --> 00:21:11,841 A drinking problem? 248 00:21:12,451 --> 00:21:14,442 I shouldn't have said that. 249 00:21:14,620 --> 00:21:17,612 Well, it's not like everyone didn't already know about it. 250 00:21:17,790 --> 00:21:20,054 Anyway, I never had any problem with Monica and... 251 00:21:20,225 --> 00:21:22,352 And wouldn't have, if it hadn't been for Jenny. 252 00:21:22,528 --> 00:21:24,894 Daddy, what do you know about Linda? 253 00:21:25,064 --> 00:21:27,965 Well, she hasn't had it easy, you know. She could've... 254 00:21:28,133 --> 00:21:31,193 ...drifted around the world feeling sorry for herself... 255 00:21:31,370 --> 00:21:33,964 ...but she put herself through nursing school. 256 00:21:34,807 --> 00:21:40,575 And, well, she figured out exactly what she wanted and went right for it. 257 00:21:41,914 --> 00:21:43,973 I admire that. 258 00:22:17,650 --> 00:22:19,413 The last few months of her life... 259 00:22:20,219 --> 00:22:25,179 ...Felicia was forced to fight an exhausting battle with a relentless disease. 260 00:22:27,226 --> 00:22:29,786 But those of us who knew her will always remember... 261 00:22:29,962 --> 00:22:33,864 ...a beautiful and a vibrant woman. 262 00:22:35,034 --> 00:22:37,662 Hank, my friend... 263 00:22:38,404 --> 00:22:39,735 ...I just want you to know... 264 00:22:39,905 --> 00:22:43,705 ...that the members of this church stand beside you in your grief. 265 00:22:43,876 --> 00:22:47,778 This is your home. We are your family. 266 00:22:50,616 --> 00:22:53,107 - Hey. - Hey. 267 00:22:53,285 --> 00:22:57,051 - Hi. Thanks for... - Yeah, sure. 268 00:22:57,523 --> 00:22:59,582 I'm real sorry to hear, Hank. She... 269 00:22:59,758 --> 00:23:03,694 - She was always real good to me. - Yeah, well, she loved you, Rick. 270 00:23:03,862 --> 00:23:06,057 - Just like I do. Come on in. - Yeah. 271 00:23:14,606 --> 00:23:17,166 How's my goddaughter holding up? 272 00:23:17,710 --> 00:23:20,235 You're taking care of yourself, aren't you? 273 00:23:20,512 --> 00:23:21,740 Yeah, I'm fine. 274 00:23:23,415 --> 00:23:25,474 - It's just that at these times... - Hey. 275 00:23:25,918 --> 00:23:29,217 I know that everybody's always worried about me, Ransom. 276 00:23:29,555 --> 00:23:31,819 Everybody thinks because my mother died... 277 00:23:31,990 --> 00:23:37,087 ...automatically gonna lose it and start drinking again. But I'm not. 278 00:23:38,030 --> 00:23:40,157 Okay? 279 00:23:40,332 --> 00:23:41,560 Okay. 280 00:23:44,269 --> 00:23:46,737 - Thank you, Linda. - It's gonna be fine. 281 00:23:46,905 --> 00:23:49,100 I don't like her. 282 00:23:49,808 --> 00:23:52,675 I'm just gonna go see Jenny real quick. 283 00:23:54,113 --> 00:23:56,240 - Do you know...? - Honey. 284 00:23:57,583 --> 00:24:00,552 Hi, Ransom. That was a beautiful speech. 285 00:24:01,053 --> 00:24:04,420 I could tell how much you really cared about Felicia. And Hank. 286 00:24:04,590 --> 00:24:06,615 Thank you. 287 00:24:06,792 --> 00:24:10,819 And that church. Such a wonderful place. You know, warm and... 288 00:24:10,996 --> 00:24:13,590 Well, it's like you said, it's like a home. 289 00:24:15,501 --> 00:24:17,401 - Sure. - Jenny. 290 00:24:18,403 --> 00:24:20,462 Your mother loved you so much. 291 00:24:21,173 --> 00:24:23,038 She told me that as she was dying. 292 00:24:23,208 --> 00:24:25,733 Thanks, but I already knew that. 293 00:24:25,911 --> 00:24:28,072 She told me herself. 294 00:24:56,742 --> 00:24:58,767 I was hoping you'd come by. 295 00:25:00,078 --> 00:25:05,038 Well, like I said before, part of my job is helping you get through this too. 296 00:25:05,317 --> 00:25:07,251 Where's Jenny? 297 00:25:07,486 --> 00:25:09,351 At work. 298 00:25:15,994 --> 00:25:18,929 This is the day before Monica was married. 299 00:25:19,598 --> 00:25:23,500 Yeah, we were all happy that day, and that's when I stopped drinking. 300 00:25:23,669 --> 00:25:25,637 I told myself... I promised myself... 301 00:25:25,804 --> 00:25:29,535 ...that I wasn't gonna get drunk when I gave those girls away. 302 00:25:30,409 --> 00:25:33,742 - You have such willpower. - Well, it takes more than willpower. 303 00:25:33,912 --> 00:25:37,541 You need God's help. You need people around that you trust. 304 00:25:40,419 --> 00:25:45,083 Yeah... Anyway, you know what keeps me going these days more than anything? 305 00:25:45,257 --> 00:25:46,724 Singing in the church choir. 306 00:25:48,260 --> 00:25:50,558 - I'd like to hear you sing sometime. - Would you? 307 00:25:50,929 --> 00:25:56,492 I mean, if you wanted to, you could come to church this Sunday. 308 00:25:58,036 --> 00:26:01,528 I'm not sure Jenny would be happy to see me there. 309 00:26:02,174 --> 00:26:04,870 But Jenny doesn't come to church. 310 00:26:05,777 --> 00:26:08,610 Linda, don't leave. 311 00:26:25,797 --> 00:26:27,321 I'll see you in church. 312 00:26:39,111 --> 00:26:42,478 Well, the first time I came here, I was scared to death. 313 00:26:42,648 --> 00:26:45,378 Why? Did you feel guilty about something? 314 00:26:46,151 --> 00:26:48,176 No, I didn't have a churchgoing background. 315 00:26:48,353 --> 00:26:50,913 So l... I didn't know what to expect. 316 00:27:14,246 --> 00:27:15,804 Body of Christ. 317 00:27:17,950 --> 00:27:19,417 Body of Christ. 318 00:27:21,420 --> 00:27:22,648 Body of Christ. 319 00:27:23,522 --> 00:27:25,183 Body of Christ. 320 00:27:25,357 --> 00:27:27,552 Blood of Christ. 321 00:27:29,761 --> 00:27:31,729 Body of Christ. 322 00:27:32,798 --> 00:27:34,766 You were from the wrong side of the tracks. 323 00:27:36,435 --> 00:27:38,164 Well, there were certain people... 324 00:27:38,337 --> 00:27:39,736 No, I'm not gonna say who. 325 00:27:39,905 --> 00:27:41,770 - Who just weren't gonna give me a break. 326 00:27:41,940 --> 00:27:44,101 Well, maybe it's the way I looked. 327 00:27:44,276 --> 00:27:46,767 People assume that because you're good-looking... 328 00:27:46,945 --> 00:27:49,470 ...or whatever, that things come easy to you. 329 00:27:49,648 --> 00:27:51,878 I've got news for them. 330 00:27:52,050 --> 00:27:53,984 People can be jealous. 331 00:27:54,152 --> 00:27:56,313 They can feel threatened. 332 00:27:57,222 --> 00:27:59,156 Hello, Lexie. 333 00:27:59,424 --> 00:28:01,483 Hello, Linda. 334 00:28:01,860 --> 00:28:03,623 A friend? 335 00:28:03,795 --> 00:28:07,026 Former friend. I guess I understand why she's nervous around me... 336 00:28:07,199 --> 00:28:10,327 ...but I'd like to think if she'd been the one indicted on murder... 337 00:28:10,502 --> 00:28:12,868 ...I'd be a little more supportive. 338 00:28:31,423 --> 00:28:34,256 Did you tell Ransom you were bringing a date? 339 00:28:34,426 --> 00:28:37,054 Well, you think I need permission from Ransom? 340 00:28:37,229 --> 00:28:40,926 No, but I know people like to talk here, and it's only been a few months since... 341 00:28:41,099 --> 00:28:43,897 Well, I'll worry about people talking. 342 00:28:44,736 --> 00:28:47,227 - You like the fur? - I love it. 343 00:28:47,406 --> 00:28:50,898 - Felicia had amazing taste. - Well, I want you to keep it. 344 00:28:51,243 --> 00:28:54,337 She'd want you to have it too, I know she would. 345 00:29:00,786 --> 00:29:03,152 - I'm worried. - About what? 346 00:29:04,156 --> 00:29:06,852 I don't know if I dressed properly. Can I get your opinion? 347 00:29:07,259 --> 00:29:08,487 Yeah. 348 00:29:14,666 --> 00:29:18,966 Hank. Hoping you could make it. Linda, wonderful to have you. 349 00:29:19,137 --> 00:29:21,264 - Thank you. - You've met Linda, haven't you? 350 00:29:21,440 --> 00:29:24,967 Not officially. It's lovely to finally have the chance. 351 00:29:25,143 --> 00:29:27,611 - How are you, Linda? I'm Lois. - It's nice to meet you. 352 00:29:27,779 --> 00:29:30,805 - Come in. Let me take your coat. - I'll keep it on, if that's okay. 353 00:29:30,982 --> 00:29:33,109 - I'm chilly. - Of course. Make yourself at home. 354 00:29:33,285 --> 00:29:34,843 Thank you. 355 00:29:35,654 --> 00:29:38,248 That's Felicia's fur. 356 00:29:41,626 --> 00:29:43,651 - It's good to see you, Hank. - Hank. 357 00:29:43,829 --> 00:29:45,558 Good to see you. How are you? 358 00:29:45,730 --> 00:29:49,222 - I'd like you to meet someone. - Not Cinque Terre. 359 00:29:49,401 --> 00:29:52,666 - That's where we spent our honeymoon. - You wouldn't recognize it now. 360 00:29:52,838 --> 00:29:56,865 - It's overrun, just like everyplace else. - She better step on it. 361 00:29:57,075 --> 00:30:00,135 - Have you been to Italy, Linda? - No. Never. 362 00:30:00,312 --> 00:30:03,679 Well, you mustn't listen to her. You have to go. 363 00:30:06,651 --> 00:30:12,021 - You sure you're not too warm in that coat? - No, I'm fine. Thank you. 364 00:30:12,190 --> 00:30:14,385 You'll excuse me for a minute. 365 00:30:15,927 --> 00:30:19,158 - I think he's about the smartest... - That's what you keep telling us. 366 00:30:21,766 --> 00:30:24,496 Forrest was just telling us about his Jack Russell terrier. 367 00:30:24,669 --> 00:30:26,933 Just so you know, it's all he ever talks about. 368 00:30:30,275 --> 00:30:32,436 - I think it's time we get going. - Weren't you...? 369 00:30:32,611 --> 00:30:33,600 Already? 370 00:30:33,778 --> 00:30:36,008 - Do you mind, Linda? - No, it's fine. 371 00:30:38,150 --> 00:30:42,211 - Guess we'll see you in church Sunday. - Great. 372 00:30:42,387 --> 00:30:47,188 - See you in church, Lois. Good night. - Sorry you have to leave so soon. 373 00:31:07,145 --> 00:31:09,739 It's not exactly Mount Iris. 374 00:31:11,316 --> 00:31:12,544 Sit down. 375 00:31:23,028 --> 00:31:24,552 Tea? 376 00:31:26,131 --> 00:31:27,621 No. 377 00:31:40,212 --> 00:31:41,941 How about a beer? 378 00:31:42,113 --> 00:31:44,104 I don't drink. 379 00:31:46,084 --> 00:31:48,177 Take off the coat. 380 00:31:49,621 --> 00:31:51,316 Like this? 381 00:32:24,990 --> 00:32:26,423 Sure about the tea? 382 00:33:27,485 --> 00:33:29,248 - What are you doing? - Moving out. 383 00:33:29,587 --> 00:33:32,215 What do you mean? Moving out where? 384 00:33:32,424 --> 00:33:33,755 To an apartment in town. 385 00:33:34,359 --> 00:33:37,351 - What are you talking about? - I'm staying with Dotty tonight. 386 00:33:38,630 --> 00:33:42,361 I just don't want to be waiting up all night for my father to come home, okay? 387 00:33:42,534 --> 00:33:45,332 I don't want to think about you having sex with that woman... 388 00:33:45,503 --> 00:33:48,563 ...when you're supposed to be grieving. - I am grieving, Jenny. 389 00:33:48,873 --> 00:33:52,331 - I am grieving. You can't understand. - You can't use me like that, Daddy. 390 00:33:52,711 --> 00:33:55,839 Jenny, I never meant to use you, sweetheart. 391 00:34:11,763 --> 00:34:13,230 So, what's the deal, Daddy? 392 00:34:13,398 --> 00:34:18,028 Mrs. Houghton keeps on dropping off more of these apple-brandy pies. 393 00:34:18,436 --> 00:34:20,904 I guess she's just feeling charitable. 394 00:34:21,172 --> 00:34:23,072 I'd guess she's feeling more than that. 395 00:34:23,241 --> 00:34:25,801 She's got an eye for handsome widowers. 396 00:34:27,011 --> 00:34:29,809 - How's your new place? - All right. 397 00:34:30,081 --> 00:34:33,414 I'm glad you girls could come and see me tonight. 398 00:34:34,419 --> 00:34:38,617 This old house just keeps getting bigger and lonelier all the time. 399 00:34:38,890 --> 00:34:41,916 Daddy, maybe I should come and stay with you for a few weeks. 400 00:34:42,093 --> 00:34:45,426 - I'm only a few miles away. - I know, but he needs someone to cook... 401 00:34:45,597 --> 00:34:49,226 Now, you girls stop with that talk. You got your own lives to lead. 402 00:34:49,467 --> 00:34:52,994 There's no reason in the world to have to worry about me. 403 00:34:56,608 --> 00:34:59,839 There's something I wanted you both to know. 404 00:35:00,678 --> 00:35:03,044 You know how important... 405 00:35:03,648 --> 00:35:07,948 ...Linda has been to this family, how she helped us through a big crisis. 406 00:35:09,387 --> 00:35:13,346 Well, she's helped me in many ways too. 407 00:35:14,926 --> 00:35:17,451 I needed a friend when your mother died... 408 00:35:18,763 --> 00:35:23,462 ...and Linda was there. And she and I have gotten, well, pretty close. 409 00:35:24,436 --> 00:35:27,928 I just wanted you both to know that I've asked her to marry me. 410 00:35:30,608 --> 00:35:33,668 - What? - That's why I wanted you both here... 411 00:35:33,845 --> 00:35:35,938 ...so I could tell you together. 412 00:35:37,415 --> 00:35:38,643 Well... 413 00:35:40,552 --> 00:35:42,918 ...congratulations, Daddy. 414 00:35:46,491 --> 00:35:48,288 I was hoping you'd be... 415 00:35:56,534 --> 00:35:59,196 It's not the worst thing in the world, you know. 416 00:36:00,171 --> 00:36:01,763 If it makes him happy. 417 00:36:02,740 --> 00:36:04,970 One thing for sure, it'll make her happy. 418 00:36:05,376 --> 00:36:08,539 Jenny, you can't live his life for him. 419 00:36:08,713 --> 00:36:10,977 And you can't expect him to live his life for you. 420 00:36:11,549 --> 00:36:13,107 What's that supposed to mean? 421 00:36:13,551 --> 00:36:18,488 Nothing. Just that we're not kids anymore. We've gotta get on with things. 422 00:36:18,857 --> 00:36:21,257 Well, why don't you just get on with them, Monica. 423 00:36:21,426 --> 00:36:24,520 I know you're busy, with your perfect husband and perfect house. 424 00:36:24,696 --> 00:36:28,097 What's the matter? You can't approve of people unless they're miserable? 425 00:36:30,969 --> 00:36:32,197 Sorry. 426 00:36:34,572 --> 00:36:36,301 You want to know the truth? 427 00:36:36,741 --> 00:36:39,676 It's not Daddy I'm worried about, and it's not Linda. 428 00:36:40,678 --> 00:36:42,441 It's you. 429 00:36:47,852 --> 00:36:49,877 Know where I want to go on our honeymoon? 430 00:36:50,054 --> 00:36:51,544 Where? 431 00:36:51,923 --> 00:36:53,618 Here. 432 00:36:55,159 --> 00:36:58,560 Italy's a long ways away. I got a horse farm to run. 433 00:36:58,730 --> 00:37:01,324 Well, I've got a lot of catching up to do, Hank. 434 00:37:01,866 --> 00:37:05,996 When your friends talk about Italy, I want to have something intelligent to say. 435 00:37:07,005 --> 00:37:10,338 - I think we should get a Jack Russell terrier. - A Jack Russell, huh? 436 00:37:10,508 --> 00:37:13,841 Yeah. I've been reading up on them. They're really smart dogs. 437 00:37:14,913 --> 00:37:18,007 And people around here seem to take their dogs pretty seriously. 438 00:37:18,182 --> 00:37:21,640 And I think we should get married in your church. 439 00:37:22,453 --> 00:37:24,751 Well, we agree on something. 440 00:37:26,858 --> 00:37:29,053 It'll be my church too. 441 00:37:29,227 --> 00:37:30,990 We'll go there every Sunday. 442 00:37:31,262 --> 00:37:33,093 We're gonna be so happy together. 443 00:37:33,398 --> 00:37:36,196 Linda, there's something I think we should talk about. 444 00:37:37,669 --> 00:37:39,034 Sure. 445 00:37:39,404 --> 00:37:42,601 Well, I feel like it'd be prudent if we... 446 00:37:43,474 --> 00:37:47,001 ...had a, you know, prenuptial agreement. 447 00:37:53,685 --> 00:37:56,313 Did you have a prenuptial agreement with Felicia? 448 00:37:58,489 --> 00:38:00,923 Well, no. I guess not. 449 00:38:02,260 --> 00:38:05,229 - Did you love her more than me? - No. 450 00:38:09,367 --> 00:38:10,834 What's the difference? 451 00:38:11,436 --> 00:38:14,701 Oh, no, I know. Felicia had her own money, and I don't. 452 00:38:14,872 --> 00:38:18,501 It's not about that. It's not about money. 453 00:38:19,477 --> 00:38:21,240 I just have the girls to think about. 454 00:38:21,412 --> 00:38:24,870 The girls put you up to this. Jenny put you up to this, didn't she? 455 00:38:25,049 --> 00:38:27,142 Nobody put anybody up to anything. 456 00:38:27,919 --> 00:38:29,750 It's just a question of planning. 457 00:38:30,021 --> 00:38:34,549 It just makes sense for both of us if we proceed a little cautiously. 458 00:38:35,860 --> 00:38:39,694 If you want to love someone cautiously, go find yourself another woman. 459 00:38:39,897 --> 00:38:41,558 Hey. 460 00:38:42,000 --> 00:38:43,763 Hank. 461 00:38:47,038 --> 00:38:48,403 Stop. 462 00:38:50,775 --> 00:38:52,606 Look. 463 00:38:53,878 --> 00:38:57,871 If you had died before Felicia, what would have happened? 464 00:38:59,684 --> 00:39:01,845 Everything would have gone to her. 465 00:39:02,220 --> 00:39:04,188 Because you trusted her. 466 00:39:05,390 --> 00:39:07,824 You trusted her without a prenuptial agreement. 467 00:39:08,960 --> 00:39:12,657 You trusted her to take care of your children if anything happened to you. 468 00:39:15,800 --> 00:39:19,497 Trust and love, Hank. They're the same things, aren't they? 469 00:39:20,438 --> 00:39:21,735 Yes. 470 00:39:22,040 --> 00:39:24,508 I need what Felicia had. 471 00:39:26,144 --> 00:39:28,112 I need your whole heart. 472 00:39:28,846 --> 00:39:30,746 Will you give me that? 473 00:39:32,250 --> 00:39:34,411 Yes, I will. 474 00:39:41,726 --> 00:39:44,524 Then I'll love you more than anyone ever has. 475 00:39:45,997 --> 00:39:48,591 And I'll never leave you. 476 00:40:07,452 --> 00:40:11,513 Oh, there was some ridiculous technicality. Felicia had only been dead a few months... 477 00:40:11,689 --> 00:40:15,489 ...and the church thought there should be time for preparation and reflection. 478 00:40:15,660 --> 00:40:16,888 And you didn't? 479 00:40:17,195 --> 00:40:20,460 Well, what do preparation and reflection have to do with love? 480 00:40:21,065 --> 00:40:23,727 I think you're either in love or you're not. 481 00:40:28,372 --> 00:40:30,101 Did you believe me? 482 00:40:33,077 --> 00:40:34,476 Hey. 483 00:40:34,912 --> 00:40:36,607 Hi. 484 00:40:36,814 --> 00:40:38,839 Sure knows how to wear a dress. 485 00:40:39,584 --> 00:40:41,575 Look at her. She thinks she's a movie star. 486 00:40:42,320 --> 00:40:45,687 Oh, look. There's your sister, congratulating the bride. 487 00:40:47,158 --> 00:40:50,150 Sure make your dad feel good if you did too. 488 00:40:52,063 --> 00:40:53,860 - I need a drink. - Can't have one. 489 00:40:54,031 --> 00:40:55,726 I know. 490 00:40:56,667 --> 00:40:58,601 Go on, Jen. 491 00:40:58,903 --> 00:41:01,064 Do it for your dad. 492 00:41:01,239 --> 00:41:02,467 Linda. 493 00:41:04,542 --> 00:41:06,169 Okay. 494 00:41:15,820 --> 00:41:18,118 Congratulations, Linda. 495 00:41:18,689 --> 00:41:20,350 Thank you, Jenny. 496 00:41:21,125 --> 00:41:22,387 Thank you. 497 00:41:23,261 --> 00:41:25,252 Look, I know how much you love your father. 498 00:41:25,463 --> 00:41:28,023 And I just want you to know that I love him too. 499 00:41:28,800 --> 00:41:32,998 And I'm gonna take such good care of him, okay? I promise you. 500 00:41:36,340 --> 00:41:38,274 - Congratulations, Linda. - Thank you. 501 00:41:38,442 --> 00:41:39,909 Let me see your ring. 502 00:41:40,211 --> 00:41:41,803 Isn't it gorgeous? 503 00:41:42,180 --> 00:41:45,308 It's an heirloom from Hank's family. I just had to get it reset. 504 00:41:45,483 --> 00:41:47,713 - Some of the diamonds... - That's mine. 505 00:41:48,519 --> 00:41:50,783 My mother promised that to me. 506 00:41:51,722 --> 00:41:52,950 I don't think so, Jenny. 507 00:41:53,124 --> 00:41:56,389 - I think you're mistaken. - No, I'm not mistaken. That's my ring. 508 00:41:56,727 --> 00:41:58,661 - Jenny... - Let go of me. 509 00:41:58,996 --> 00:42:00,896 That's mine. 510 00:42:01,065 --> 00:42:05,024 Hey, Jen. Maybe another time. 511 00:42:09,674 --> 00:42:11,972 So you couldn't get married in Hank's church? 512 00:42:12,643 --> 00:42:14,372 Are you listening to me? 513 00:42:15,046 --> 00:42:17,674 We didn't want to get married in Hank's church. 514 00:42:18,149 --> 00:42:21,676 We didn't need somebody else's permission to be happy. 515 00:42:21,853 --> 00:42:23,980 I've offended you. 516 00:42:25,590 --> 00:42:27,114 No. 517 00:42:29,026 --> 00:42:31,460 It's so beautiful here. 518 00:42:35,032 --> 00:42:37,500 A week after Hank and I got back from our honeymoon... 519 00:42:37,668 --> 00:42:41,866 ...it was the annual show-jumping party, something Felicia had hosted for years. 520 00:42:42,206 --> 00:42:44,265 Of course, all the pressure was on me. 521 00:42:44,542 --> 00:42:48,945 And I set out to show the social elite that I could hold my own with any of them. 522 00:42:49,313 --> 00:42:52,612 Well, everything looks lovely, Linda. 523 00:42:53,084 --> 00:42:57,020 Well, I did my best. Now, if we only had some chairs to sit in. 524 00:42:58,856 --> 00:43:01,324 We should really get together and have lunch. 525 00:43:01,492 --> 00:43:04,859 You can tell me all about your honeymoon. Was Tuscany fabulous? 526 00:43:05,696 --> 00:43:07,630 It was fabulous. 527 00:43:10,101 --> 00:43:12,763 Will you excuse me for just a minute? 528 00:43:19,744 --> 00:43:21,609 Hank, where were you? 529 00:43:21,779 --> 00:43:24,304 I was talking to the vet. One of the horses has colic. 530 00:43:25,383 --> 00:43:26,873 You haven't even changed. 531 00:43:27,151 --> 00:43:30,348 Well, I knew you wanted the chairs. I didn't want to waste any time. 532 00:43:30,521 --> 00:43:32,989 - Besides, it doesn't matter. - Hank... 533 00:43:33,257 --> 00:43:37,023 ...don't tell me it doesn't matter, okay? Everything matters to these people. 534 00:43:37,395 --> 00:43:41,229 Every single one of them is watching me, wondering if I can pull this picnic off... 535 00:43:41,399 --> 00:43:44,732 ...the way Felicia did every year. The last thing I need is a husband... 536 00:43:44,902 --> 00:43:49,236 ...who acts like he doesn't care. - Now, come on, there's no reason to panic. 537 00:43:49,907 --> 00:43:52,808 Hank, I want you to go home and change your clothes now. 538 00:43:52,977 --> 00:43:56,037 You're not gonna get anywhere ordering me around, Linda. 539 00:43:57,048 --> 00:43:59,846 All right, I'll make you a deal. 540 00:44:00,885 --> 00:44:03,513 You go home and change into something nice... 541 00:44:03,988 --> 00:44:07,082 ...and later tonight, I'll rip it off you. 542 00:44:16,968 --> 00:44:18,663 What are you looking at? 543 00:44:19,637 --> 00:44:21,901 I'm not looking at anything, Mrs. Cavanaugh. 544 00:44:22,173 --> 00:44:25,165 I was just wondering where you wanted me to put these chairs. 545 00:44:26,143 --> 00:44:28,338 You can just put them right over there. 546 00:44:35,886 --> 00:44:40,585 I just want to say how happy I am that our new little family is all together... 547 00:44:40,992 --> 00:44:44,189 ...and we're here on Linda's birthday. Let's say grace. 548 00:44:45,329 --> 00:44:48,526 Dear Lord, thank you for this meal that we are about to eat... 549 00:44:49,433 --> 00:44:53,028 ...and the loved ones that we are sharing it with. Amen. 550 00:44:53,204 --> 00:44:54,671 - Amen. - Amen. 551 00:44:55,039 --> 00:44:57,166 That was beautiful, Hank. Thank you. 552 00:44:57,475 --> 00:44:59,466 You've all made me feel so comfortable. 553 00:44:59,910 --> 00:45:04,074 I just want to tell you how much it means to me to have you all here on my birthday. 554 00:45:04,348 --> 00:45:06,646 Monica, Jenny... 555 00:45:07,485 --> 00:45:09,282 ...you had an amazing mother. 556 00:45:09,754 --> 00:45:13,212 And I want you to know that I don't intend in any way to take her place... 557 00:45:13,391 --> 00:45:15,518 How's your house coming? 558 00:45:18,396 --> 00:45:22,492 Well, the new room is almost finished. Just trim work now mostly... 559 00:45:23,100 --> 00:45:24,692 ...and paint. 560 00:45:25,569 --> 00:45:27,503 Wine, anyone? 561 00:45:27,838 --> 00:45:30,966 Not Hank, obviously. Jenny? 562 00:45:33,310 --> 00:45:35,608 No, thank you, Linda. 563 00:45:36,147 --> 00:45:38,945 Of course not. What was I thinking? 564 00:45:39,116 --> 00:45:42,051 Looks like it's just you and me, Monica. Sorry. 565 00:45:49,660 --> 00:45:51,890 Jenny claims you took things that weren't yours. 566 00:45:52,063 --> 00:45:55,794 That's ridiculous. Even after Jenny moved out she kept coming back... 567 00:45:55,966 --> 00:45:59,834 ...and poking around like the place was still hers. She never gave me a chance. 568 00:46:00,071 --> 00:46:02,631 It worried Hank sick. I think that's what killed him. 569 00:46:12,416 --> 00:46:14,441 Hi, Jenny. 570 00:46:14,885 --> 00:46:18,753 You remember Kevin, don't you? He's doing some work for your father around the farm. 571 00:46:19,123 --> 00:46:22,490 I'd better get going. I gotta start on that fence. 572 00:46:28,833 --> 00:46:33,327 I hope you didn't get the wrong idea. He was just telling me about his sister. 573 00:46:33,637 --> 00:46:36,071 I'm gonna tell my father about this. 574 00:46:36,240 --> 00:46:39,403 Well, I don't have a problem with you telling your father. 575 00:46:39,810 --> 00:46:41,744 Tell him whatever you want. 576 00:46:42,179 --> 00:46:45,376 Who do you think he'll believe, his wife or his alcoholic daughter... 577 00:46:45,549 --> 00:46:48,040 ...who doesn't care about anybody but herself? 578 00:46:48,319 --> 00:46:51,686 He stays up half the night worrying about you. Do you know that? 579 00:46:52,056 --> 00:46:54,991 I'm surprised he hasn't had a heart attack by now. 580 00:46:56,727 --> 00:46:58,524 Linda. 581 00:46:59,497 --> 00:47:01,294 I know what you want. 582 00:47:02,133 --> 00:47:03,930 You want all this. 583 00:47:04,602 --> 00:47:06,729 You want Mount Iris. 584 00:47:07,838 --> 00:47:09,863 And I'm not gonna let you have it. 585 00:47:10,541 --> 00:47:12,475 Sweetheart, I already do. 586 00:47:19,250 --> 00:47:21,946 So you started taking Kevin to church? 587 00:47:22,153 --> 00:47:26,055 - Yes. - Wasn't that a little, I don't know, brazen? 588 00:47:27,024 --> 00:47:28,514 I didn't think so. 589 00:47:28,692 --> 00:47:33,527 Well, I guess you can't blame people for having their sordid little fantasies. 590 00:47:33,697 --> 00:47:36,962 But I thought, if Hank didn't have a problem with it, why should they? 591 00:47:40,371 --> 00:47:41,963 - Lois, how are you? - Hey, guys. 592 00:47:42,306 --> 00:47:45,639 - Hi, honey. - Forrest told me all about the dog. 593 00:47:46,343 --> 00:47:50,074 Oh, my. Look who's coming to church. 594 00:47:53,250 --> 00:47:55,343 - Hello. - Hi. 595 00:47:59,690 --> 00:48:02,454 Didn't know he was an Episcopalian. 596 00:48:10,568 --> 00:48:13,230 - What the hell was she thinking? - Don't ask me, Rick. 597 00:48:13,571 --> 00:48:18,907 - What the hell was Hank thinking to let her? - The thing about Linda is, she gets her way. 598 00:48:19,843 --> 00:48:22,744 - Everybody's talking about it. - Yeah, I know they are. 599 00:48:24,949 --> 00:48:27,315 - Are we gonna do something about it? - Like what? 600 00:48:28,219 --> 00:48:31,086 Tell Hank that his new wife's making a fool out of him? 601 00:48:31,889 --> 00:48:34,756 I don't have the heart. You? 602 00:50:09,486 --> 00:50:10,748 Kevin! 603 00:50:11,088 --> 00:50:13,147 Get the hell out of there. 604 00:50:30,174 --> 00:50:32,506 Hank's gonna hear about this, you know. 605 00:50:32,810 --> 00:50:35,802 - From you? - Oh, yeah. That's right. 606 00:50:37,848 --> 00:50:39,975 That's too bad, I guess. 607 00:50:43,087 --> 00:50:45,954 I don't understand people like you. 608 00:50:48,659 --> 00:50:51,025 You got the best man in the whole county. 609 00:50:51,462 --> 00:50:53,692 You got the best piece of land. 610 00:50:54,365 --> 00:50:56,833 Still not satisfied, though, huh? 611 00:50:58,035 --> 00:51:00,230 I don't like being satisfied. 612 00:51:01,105 --> 00:51:03,630 I like wanting more. 613 00:51:04,375 --> 00:51:07,572 I like getting things I'm not supposed to have. 614 00:51:10,814 --> 00:51:12,907 Don't do that. 615 00:51:15,819 --> 00:51:19,721 - I can't do this. Hank's my friend, and... - He doesn't have to know. 616 00:51:20,691 --> 00:51:23,285 Who's gonna tell him? I'm not gonna tell him. 617 00:51:23,460 --> 00:51:25,928 And you wouldn't want to tell him either, right? 618 00:51:32,469 --> 00:51:34,596 I can't... I can't do this. 619 00:51:35,372 --> 00:51:36,862 It's okay. 620 00:51:37,608 --> 00:51:40,600 He's never gonna know, I promise. 621 00:51:57,694 --> 00:51:59,594 - Hello? - Jenny. 622 00:52:01,832 --> 00:52:03,265 It's Rick. 623 00:52:03,700 --> 00:52:06,134 Rick, what's wrong? Why are you calling me? 624 00:52:08,906 --> 00:52:11,033 I just need to tell you something. 625 00:52:11,475 --> 00:52:13,238 You need to talk to your father. 626 00:52:13,544 --> 00:52:16,843 That woman's been running around on him with Kevin... 627 00:52:17,014 --> 00:52:20,279 ...and the whole county knows it. Everybody knows it except for Hank. 628 00:52:20,651 --> 00:52:22,141 Somebody's got to tell him. 629 00:52:22,419 --> 00:52:25,411 He's one of the finest men I've ever known. 630 00:52:27,458 --> 00:52:29,949 And he don't deserve to be treated this way. 631 00:52:36,300 --> 00:52:38,359 So will you tell him? 632 00:52:39,203 --> 00:52:40,932 Please? 633 00:52:52,983 --> 00:52:54,848 Hey, Dad. 634 00:52:55,385 --> 00:52:58,877 Hey, kiddo. I was hoping you'd come by. 635 00:52:59,323 --> 00:53:01,382 Let's go in the house and have some lemonade. 636 00:53:01,558 --> 00:53:04,425 - I don't want to talk in the house. - Are you in trouble? 637 00:53:05,596 --> 00:53:07,530 No, Dad, I'm not in trouble. 638 00:53:08,465 --> 00:53:10,023 Then what is it, Jenny? 639 00:53:10,801 --> 00:53:12,792 I have to talk to you about something. 640 00:53:16,807 --> 00:53:18,638 Yeah? 641 00:53:21,612 --> 00:53:23,079 It's about Linda. 642 00:53:23,347 --> 00:53:27,545 Jenny, sweetheart, you've got to get over this. Linda is the woman I love. 643 00:53:28,051 --> 00:53:33,887 You've got to accept that fact, and you've got to grow up. 644 00:53:34,057 --> 00:53:36,252 She's cheating on you, Daddy. 645 00:53:39,329 --> 00:53:41,092 With Kevin. 646 00:53:41,665 --> 00:53:44,828 - What? - Everybody knows about it. 647 00:53:45,168 --> 00:53:47,659 - This is vicious gossip, Jenny. - Dad... 648 00:53:47,838 --> 00:53:49,806 ...I just... - Hateful and vicious gossip... 649 00:53:49,973 --> 00:53:51,440 ...from my own daughter. 650 00:53:51,975 --> 00:53:55,706 - I'm just telling you what people are saying. - You're telling me what you want... 651 00:53:55,879 --> 00:53:59,007 ...people to be saying. You want Linda to be having an affair... 652 00:53:59,182 --> 00:54:02,811 ...so I'll throw her out, and you can have things the way you want. 653 00:54:03,287 --> 00:54:05,312 - That's not true. - Oh, yeah. That's true. 654 00:54:05,522 --> 00:54:07,820 We gave you everything we thought that mattered. 655 00:54:08,325 --> 00:54:11,624 We gave you a heritage, and you just never seemed to care. 656 00:54:11,862 --> 00:54:16,424 Maybe I did care, Daddy, and you were just too drunk to notice. 657 00:54:22,606 --> 00:54:24,540 I'm sorry. 658 00:54:26,009 --> 00:54:29,001 I didn't mean to say that. I'm sorry. 659 00:54:32,749 --> 00:54:34,808 That's all right. 660 00:54:36,320 --> 00:54:39,949 But you know, Jen, you've got to give up this jealousy. 661 00:54:40,123 --> 00:54:41,351 I'm not jealous, Daddy. 662 00:54:41,525 --> 00:54:45,086 Yes, you are. You're jealous of Linda, and you don't know what to do with it. 663 00:54:45,262 --> 00:54:48,891 And so you come to me with this hateful rumor. 664 00:54:53,937 --> 00:54:58,499 And I just don't believe that's the way a daughter ought to be. 665 00:55:05,782 --> 00:55:08,774 The whole county thought you were having an affair with Kevin. 666 00:55:09,152 --> 00:55:12,121 - They thought what they wanted to. - What about that old saying? 667 00:55:12,289 --> 00:55:14,052 Where there's smoke there's fire. 668 00:55:14,224 --> 00:55:17,591 It doesn't serve us any purpose to speculate whether it was true or not... 669 00:55:17,761 --> 00:55:21,492 - But it wouldn't be speculation... - I will say this, though. There was a lot... 670 00:55:21,698 --> 00:55:23,598 ...of hateful gossip going around. 671 00:55:23,767 --> 00:55:26,600 If it hadn't been for that little drunk going to her father... 672 00:55:26,770 --> 00:55:31,673 And with that, Linda's attorney abruptly decided to call a time-out on our interview. 673 00:56:03,640 --> 00:56:05,039 I gotta go. 674 00:56:12,416 --> 00:56:13,713 Bye. 675 00:56:37,574 --> 00:56:39,542 What are you doing awake? 676 00:56:41,078 --> 00:56:43,842 - Waiting for you. - That's sweet. 677 00:56:48,819 --> 00:56:51,617 - Your back still hurting you? - It's all right. 678 00:56:52,756 --> 00:56:55,156 Did you take that extra-strength aspirin I gave you? 679 00:56:55,325 --> 00:56:58,226 - Yeah, I took it. - I'll have to get you something stronger. 680 00:57:00,731 --> 00:57:02,722 Where was the party tonight? 681 00:57:03,266 --> 00:57:06,758 It wasn't really a party. Just a bunch of people getting together at a bar. 682 00:57:06,937 --> 00:57:09,963 You should have come. You wouldn't have had to drink. 683 00:57:10,774 --> 00:57:12,605 - Who brought you home? - Kevin. 684 00:57:12,776 --> 00:57:14,869 Well, big surprise. 685 00:57:15,278 --> 00:57:20,215 I mean, it's no big news. Everybody seems to know about it for a long time. 686 00:57:24,421 --> 00:57:25,888 Have they? 687 00:57:26,556 --> 00:57:29,286 Everybody but me. 688 00:57:42,939 --> 00:57:45,737 You always think the best of people, Hank. You know that? 689 00:57:46,009 --> 00:57:49,570 - That's why everybody loves you. - Why would you do something like this? 690 00:57:50,247 --> 00:57:52,738 It's not because I don't love you. It's just that... 691 00:57:53,216 --> 00:57:56,083 ...when there's something I want, I have to have it, Hank. 692 00:57:56,253 --> 00:58:00,485 - It's that simple. - So I'm not enough? 693 00:58:01,358 --> 00:58:03,485 No, sweetheart, you're not. 694 00:58:05,028 --> 00:58:07,758 But it's nothing personal. You're still my husband. 695 00:58:08,331 --> 00:58:10,060 And you always will be. 696 00:58:10,600 --> 00:58:14,866 - Come on, Kevin was just a fling. - Everybody was right about you. 697 00:58:16,072 --> 00:58:17,903 Everybody? Who's everybody? 698 00:58:19,776 --> 00:58:21,505 You mean Ransom? 699 00:58:22,045 --> 00:58:25,105 Oh, and Jenny, of course, she thinks I'm trash. 700 00:58:25,348 --> 00:58:27,213 You are. 701 00:58:28,785 --> 00:58:30,810 Don't say that to me, Hank. 702 00:58:31,454 --> 00:58:34,252 Did Felicia think I was trash when I was holding her hand...? 703 00:58:34,424 --> 00:58:37,416 Don't you talk about my wife. 704 00:58:39,763 --> 00:58:41,628 I'm sorry. 705 00:58:42,432 --> 00:58:44,457 I didn't mean to hurt you. 706 00:58:44,868 --> 00:58:46,130 Well, you have. 707 00:58:46,369 --> 00:58:48,166 You've hurt me and humiliated me... 708 00:58:48,338 --> 00:58:52,104 ...in front of my friends, in front of my daughters, in front of the whole county. 709 00:58:52,275 --> 00:58:54,072 And I want you out of here. 710 00:58:55,478 --> 00:58:58,038 - What? - Now, I'm gonna call my lawyer. 711 00:58:58,215 --> 00:59:01,981 People tried to warn me about you, but I just didn't get it. 712 00:59:03,920 --> 00:59:07,617 - Are you talking about divorcing me, Hank? - I want you out of Mount Iris. 713 00:59:07,991 --> 00:59:13,258 I want you out of my will, and I want you out of my life. 714 00:59:13,697 --> 00:59:18,327 Yeah, yeah. You could say I'm talking about divorcing you, Linda. 715 00:59:20,303 --> 00:59:22,567 I think that would be a very bad mistake, Hank. 716 00:59:22,739 --> 00:59:25,537 I don't think so. I know a mistake when I see one. 717 00:59:26,176 --> 00:59:30,044 No, you're going back to your trailer park where you belong. 718 01:00:00,777 --> 01:00:03,905 Hey. Egg-salad sandwich, Hank? 719 01:00:04,514 --> 01:00:06,277 That's right, Dotty. 720 01:00:08,818 --> 01:00:11,514 Is that Kevin's sandwich you're fixing there, sweetheart? 721 01:00:12,088 --> 01:00:14,147 I'll take it to him. 722 01:00:22,098 --> 01:00:23,963 Here you go, Kevin. 723 01:00:25,168 --> 01:00:27,602 Go ahead, eat it. 724 01:00:31,041 --> 01:00:33,032 Don't worry, I'm not gonna hurt you. 725 01:00:33,777 --> 01:00:37,304 If I can make a mistake, as supposedly wise as I am... 726 01:00:38,014 --> 01:00:41,108 ...someone as young and stupid as you are can make one too. 727 01:00:41,284 --> 01:00:43,650 - I'm not stupid, Hank. - Yes, you are, Kevin. 728 01:00:45,088 --> 01:00:48,524 Now, that's not a judgment. It's just a fact. 729 01:00:50,593 --> 01:00:52,584 - You're firing me? - No, I'm not firing you. 730 01:00:52,762 --> 01:00:54,423 I still have plenty of work for you. 731 01:00:54,698 --> 01:00:59,465 You can help Rick tomorrow clean out my barn. 732 01:01:00,937 --> 01:01:02,165 All right. 733 01:01:03,540 --> 01:01:06,532 You might think about finding another church to go to, though. 734 01:01:06,876 --> 01:01:08,241 Daddy? 735 01:01:09,679 --> 01:01:11,874 And if you touch my wife again... 736 01:01:12,349 --> 01:01:14,112 ...l'll kill you. 737 01:01:18,188 --> 01:01:20,179 Everything all right? 738 01:01:21,424 --> 01:01:23,892 Yeah, everything's fine, sweetheart. 739 01:01:25,328 --> 01:01:26,590 - Son of a... - Daddy? 740 01:01:28,965 --> 01:01:30,296 Daddy! 741 01:01:30,467 --> 01:01:31,957 Help him! 742 01:01:32,235 --> 01:01:34,635 - Oh, my God! Daddy! - Oh, my God! 743 01:01:34,804 --> 01:01:38,069 Hank. Hank! Somebody, call an ambulance! 744 01:01:38,241 --> 01:01:39,640 - Daddy? - Get his head up. 745 01:01:39,809 --> 01:01:41,800 Oh, my God. 746 01:01:44,314 --> 01:01:47,477 I tried to call the doctor, but he wouldn't let me. 747 01:01:47,784 --> 01:01:51,618 Good thing Kevin called when he did. Don't wanna waste time in these situations. 748 01:01:56,126 --> 01:02:01,086 - How is it? - It's not bad, 130/80. 749 01:02:01,498 --> 01:02:03,932 I probably just have the flu or something. 750 01:02:04,300 --> 01:02:07,599 - I want to take you to the doctor. - No, I'm all right. 751 01:02:07,837 --> 01:02:11,364 I don't need to go to the doctor. I just need to sit here... 752 01:02:12,042 --> 01:02:14,567 ...and catch my breath. - Well, I'm taking you anyway. 753 01:02:14,744 --> 01:02:17,338 Well, you can try, but I'm not going. 754 01:02:19,315 --> 01:02:22,284 - You said you felt dizzy? - Yeah, a little. 755 01:02:22,719 --> 01:02:25,381 It's like my arms and legs wouldn't work right. 756 01:02:25,555 --> 01:02:29,286 Maybe it's just a reaction to that new medicine. 757 01:02:29,559 --> 01:02:32,027 - What new medicine? - Something I'm taking for my back. 758 01:02:32,195 --> 01:02:35,961 - It doesn't matter. - Listen to me. You need to see a doctor. 759 01:02:36,733 --> 01:02:38,928 - Jenny's right. - I'm fine. 760 01:02:41,037 --> 01:02:44,632 Don't worry, he's gonna take it easy for a few days if I have to tie him down. 761 01:02:45,041 --> 01:02:48,204 - Will you help me take him to the car? - No, I don't need any help. 762 01:02:48,378 --> 01:02:50,539 I can walk fine. 763 01:02:52,082 --> 01:02:54,107 Where do you think you're going, young lady? 764 01:02:54,317 --> 01:02:56,547 You go back to work there. 765 01:02:57,620 --> 01:02:59,747 I'm gonna be fine, sweetheart. 766 01:03:12,068 --> 01:03:13,831 - What are you looking at? - Nothing. 767 01:03:15,271 --> 01:03:18,365 I was just thinking what a kind heart Hank has. 768 01:03:19,742 --> 01:03:22,677 Putting you back to work here when he could've just killed you. 769 01:03:24,080 --> 01:03:26,071 You know, the other thing I don't get is... 770 01:03:26,282 --> 01:03:28,273 ...what the hell she ever saw in you. 771 01:03:29,219 --> 01:03:32,017 - Maybe she just likes her fun. - Yeah, I guess that's it, huh? 772 01:03:32,589 --> 01:03:34,682 She likes whatever she can get her hands on. 773 01:03:40,163 --> 01:03:43,291 You know, I know a little something about you and her. 774 01:03:46,236 --> 01:03:50,900 You ever say anything to Hank or anyone else about this, and I'll kill you, Kevin. 775 01:03:51,774 --> 01:03:54,675 - You hearing me? - Yeah, I hear you, Rick. I hear you. 776 01:04:00,016 --> 01:04:02,177 - Boys. - Hey, Hank. 777 01:04:03,853 --> 01:04:07,516 - You feeling any better? - Yeah. I'm still a little under the weather. 778 01:04:07,690 --> 01:04:10,124 I just thought I'd come by and see how it's going. 779 01:04:10,560 --> 01:04:13,188 - We're getting it done, Hank. - Good. 780 01:04:13,830 --> 01:04:15,957 Linda's made some soup. 781 01:04:16,566 --> 01:04:19,433 I'd like to invite you boys up to the house for dinner. 782 01:04:19,636 --> 01:04:21,467 That would be great, Hank. Thanks a lot. 783 01:04:21,871 --> 01:04:24,169 - Yep, thanks. - Okay. 784 01:04:35,585 --> 01:04:38,748 When the interview resumed, it was with the firm understanding... 785 01:04:38,922 --> 01:04:42,358 ...Linda would say nothing further about her relationship with Kevin... 786 01:04:42,525 --> 01:04:45,653 ...or about the events leading up to the death of her husband. 787 01:04:47,163 --> 01:04:50,155 Look, I'm not exactly willing to talk about that night... 788 01:04:50,733 --> 01:04:53,031 ...except that I look forward to the trial... 789 01:04:53,203 --> 01:04:55,603 ...so I can dispute all these vicious rumors about... 790 01:04:55,772 --> 01:04:57,899 ...me having something to do with Hank's death. 791 01:04:58,074 --> 01:05:01,202 It's not exactly a rumor, Linda. You were indicted. 792 01:05:02,178 --> 01:05:04,146 Well, I'm not gonna talk about that. 793 01:05:05,348 --> 01:05:08,943 I will say that my husband, Hank Cavanaugh... 794 01:05:09,118 --> 01:05:13,452 ...was the sweetest, kindest, gentlest man I've ever met... 795 01:05:14,257 --> 01:05:17,886 ...and that I'm gonna miss him every day of my life. 796 01:05:18,294 --> 01:05:22,560 - I thought you said she was leaving. - Jenny, I'm fine. 797 01:05:22,732 --> 01:05:24,996 Will you stop worrying about me? You hear me? 798 01:05:25,168 --> 01:05:27,466 - I love you, Daddy. - Okay. 799 01:05:27,870 --> 01:05:30,532 Yeah. I love you too. 800 01:05:31,874 --> 01:05:33,967 She won't leave you alone, will she? 801 01:05:34,143 --> 01:05:35,906 Well, she and Monica are conniving. 802 01:05:36,079 --> 01:05:40,778 They've made an appointment for me at some fancy clinic. 803 01:05:40,950 --> 01:05:45,887 That's a good idea. You know, I've been thinking the same thing myself. 804 01:05:48,758 --> 01:05:50,419 You gave me a scare, you know? 805 01:05:50,793 --> 01:05:52,920 Did I? 806 01:05:53,763 --> 01:05:55,060 Good. 807 01:05:56,399 --> 01:05:58,663 Hank, can't you forgive me? 808 01:06:00,203 --> 01:06:02,296 Can't we start over? 809 01:06:02,972 --> 01:06:06,772 I love you. I love you. 810 01:06:06,943 --> 01:06:09,707 I don't want us to be apart. 811 01:06:19,122 --> 01:06:22,785 There's something about me that you don't understand. 812 01:06:23,693 --> 01:06:26,787 I made a lot of mistakes in my life... 813 01:06:27,764 --> 01:06:30,597 ...but I worked hard to... 814 01:06:30,767 --> 01:06:33,429 To keep my pride. 815 01:06:33,603 --> 01:06:36,163 And if I stayed with you... 816 01:06:37,106 --> 01:06:40,098 ...you'd take that pride away from me. 817 01:06:42,879 --> 01:06:45,313 I'm going to my room. 818 01:06:57,193 --> 01:07:00,924 You two go ahead and eat. I'm gonna bring this up to Hank. 819 01:07:01,097 --> 01:07:05,329 What...? What do you think he has, exactly? 820 01:07:05,501 --> 01:07:08,265 Oh, you know, probably a flu or an ear infection. 821 01:07:08,438 --> 01:07:10,599 That might explain the dizziness. 822 01:07:10,773 --> 01:07:14,004 Go ahead and eat. I'll be back in a minute. 823 01:07:23,619 --> 01:07:27,316 - What's the matter with you? - Nothing. 824 01:07:29,325 --> 01:07:32,123 You didn't have to come after me like that today, you know. 825 01:07:32,295 --> 01:07:33,762 Sorry. 826 01:07:36,466 --> 01:07:38,900 I never did anything to you. 827 01:07:40,803 --> 01:07:45,297 - I said, I never did anything to you. - Yeah, well, I said I was sorry, Kevin. 828 01:07:45,775 --> 01:07:47,902 - Just eat your soup. - I'm eating my soup. 829 01:08:08,965 --> 01:08:12,025 - Anybody still hungry? - I am. 830 01:08:13,903 --> 01:08:16,428 - Rick? - No, ma'am. No, I'm fine. 831 01:08:16,606 --> 01:08:19,905 "Ma'am"? Aren't we formal. 832 01:08:24,981 --> 01:08:29,645 - Well, I guess I better be going. - What's the rush? 833 01:08:29,986 --> 01:08:33,114 - I'm just gonna go and say goodbye to Hank. - He's asleep. 834 01:08:33,923 --> 01:08:37,552 Oh, well, then just tell him that I hope... 835 01:08:41,831 --> 01:08:43,765 Hank? 836 01:08:43,933 --> 01:08:45,924 Hank! 837 01:08:46,102 --> 01:08:49,128 - Hank. - Oh, Hank. 838 01:08:49,305 --> 01:08:51,000 - Hank. - Oh, my God. 839 01:08:51,174 --> 01:08:56,510 Oh, jeez. Okay, I'm gonna call the paramedics, you do CPR. 840 01:08:56,913 --> 01:09:00,508 Linda, you're a nurse. Do CPR! 841 01:09:20,436 --> 01:09:23,234 Hello? Rick? 842 01:09:23,406 --> 01:09:25,533 What's happened? 843 01:09:26,075 --> 01:09:29,067 Oh, my God. Okay, I'm on my way. 844 01:09:43,459 --> 01:09:45,518 He's right up here. 845 01:09:46,262 --> 01:09:48,560 - He's gone. - What? 846 01:09:49,432 --> 01:09:52,128 - Would you step back please, ma'am? - He's gone. 847 01:09:52,301 --> 01:09:56,101 Just leave him. He's gone. What are you doing? I asked you to stop. He's dead. 848 01:09:56,272 --> 01:09:59,173 - Please, just try and calm down. - I am calm. Leave him alone. 849 01:09:59,342 --> 01:10:02,277 What's the matter with you? They're trying to save your husband. 850 01:10:02,445 --> 01:10:05,846 Why isn't anyone listening to me? I just said he's dead. Leave him alone. 851 01:10:07,683 --> 01:10:10,811 - She's right. - Daddy! 852 01:10:10,987 --> 01:10:14,423 Oh, God, no. Oh, Daddy, no. 853 01:10:17,994 --> 01:10:20,189 Oh, no. 854 01:10:36,178 --> 01:10:38,669 It's all right. 855 01:10:40,750 --> 01:10:42,775 What's all right? 856 01:10:47,590 --> 01:10:49,683 What's all right, Linda? 857 01:10:51,360 --> 01:10:54,852 It's been a long night, Rick. Why don't you just go home. 858 01:10:55,598 --> 01:10:57,566 People are gonna hear about this, you know. 859 01:10:58,234 --> 01:11:01,533 There's a lot of things people could hear about, Rick. 860 01:11:37,940 --> 01:11:41,535 I kept telling him he'd have a heart attack if he didn't stop working so hard. 861 01:11:47,984 --> 01:11:51,420 You poor girls. You've already been through so much. 862 01:12:06,202 --> 01:12:08,136 I'm sorry. 863 01:12:08,771 --> 01:12:10,500 Thank you, Ransom. 864 01:12:11,507 --> 01:12:14,840 - He was a wonderful man. - Yes. 865 01:12:17,847 --> 01:12:21,840 I guess we should all go and discuss what kind of service he would have wanted. 866 01:12:22,885 --> 01:12:26,013 - I've already taken care of it. - What do you mean? 867 01:12:27,123 --> 01:12:30,923 - Hank told me he wanted to be cremated. - Cremated? 868 01:12:31,093 --> 01:12:35,154 He never said anything like that to me. Say anything like that to you? 869 01:12:36,265 --> 01:12:38,290 Maybe because none of you were his wife. 870 01:12:38,734 --> 01:12:43,034 But he told me on a number of occasions that was his wish, so that's what I'm doing. 871 01:12:43,205 --> 01:12:46,538 - It's scheduled for tomorrow morning. - Now, I don't like this, Linda. 872 01:12:46,709 --> 01:12:50,304 You might have consulted with his children before you made arrangements. 873 01:12:50,980 --> 01:12:53,847 I'm not sure he trusted his children with that decision. 874 01:12:55,051 --> 01:12:58,282 Now, if you'll excuse me, I'd like some time alone with my husband. 875 01:13:16,238 --> 01:13:18,365 Daddy wouldn't wanna be cremated. 876 01:13:18,541 --> 01:13:22,409 He'd wanna be buried at the family cemetery with Mom and Grandma. 877 01:13:22,578 --> 01:13:25,775 Something is wrong. Something's very wrong. 878 01:13:25,948 --> 01:13:29,008 - What do you mean? - I think she killed him. 879 01:13:29,185 --> 01:13:32,484 I think she killed him and wants to cremate his body to cover it up. 880 01:13:32,822 --> 01:13:37,725 Jenny, you know I'm no friend of Linda's, but I think you might be getting a little... 881 01:13:37,893 --> 01:13:39,383 - I don't know... - What? Paranoid? 882 01:13:39,562 --> 01:13:41,427 You're just upset. You are overwrought. 883 01:13:41,597 --> 01:13:43,997 You are jumping to some nightmare conclusion. 884 01:13:44,166 --> 01:13:47,966 - You need to give it a little time. - We don't have time! Did you not hear her? 885 01:13:48,137 --> 01:13:51,436 The cremation is scheduled for tomorrow morning. 886 01:13:51,607 --> 01:13:55,873 She murdered our father, and if we don't do something now, she'll get away with it. 887 01:13:56,045 --> 01:13:58,309 - Jenny, you're gonna have... - She murdered him! 888 01:13:58,481 --> 01:14:00,642 Don't you believe me? 889 01:14:00,816 --> 01:14:03,182 She might have even killed our mother too. She's... 890 01:14:03,352 --> 01:14:05,252 Jenny, just stop it. 891 01:14:07,022 --> 01:14:08,284 Why don't you see it? 892 01:14:09,525 --> 01:14:11,686 You're the ones who are confused. 893 01:14:11,861 --> 01:14:14,591 The ones who can't see what's staring you in the face. 894 01:14:16,932 --> 01:14:19,059 I'm not gonna let this happen. 895 01:14:20,436 --> 01:14:22,461 I'm gonna do something. 896 01:14:41,857 --> 01:14:43,518 I'm sorry... 897 01:14:43,692 --> 01:14:48,152 ...but there's nothing you've shown me that would justify me ordering an autopsy. 898 01:14:48,330 --> 01:14:51,197 There's no indication of foul play at all. 899 01:14:51,367 --> 01:14:54,234 But what if an indication of foul play showed up... 900 01:14:54,403 --> 01:14:57,201 ...day after tomorrow or next week? 901 01:14:57,373 --> 01:15:00,171 He'd be cremated, and there'd be no body to do an autopsy on. 902 01:15:00,342 --> 01:15:02,936 I'm sorry, Ms. Cavanaugh, but I can't run this office... 903 01:15:03,112 --> 01:15:04,875 ...based on that sort of speculation. 904 01:15:05,047 --> 01:15:08,107 If I had to check out every conspiracy fantasy that came across... 905 01:15:08,284 --> 01:15:11,811 Oh, no, no. This isn't a fantasy. She killed him. 906 01:15:12,688 --> 01:15:16,590 All right. I'm sorry, but before I can stop this cremation... 907 01:15:16,759 --> 01:15:19,819 ...I need something tangible to go on. 908 01:15:21,063 --> 01:15:22,860 Here you go. 909 01:15:31,307 --> 01:15:34,140 Well, it wasn't any heart attack, I'll tell you that. 910 01:15:36,212 --> 01:15:38,510 I suppose you guessed that already, huh? 911 01:15:38,681 --> 01:15:42,208 - Everybody thinks I'm being paranoid. - Well, you're not, Jenny. 912 01:15:42,384 --> 01:15:44,978 You're not. She did something to him. 913 01:15:45,154 --> 01:15:48,248 - What? - I don't know, exactly. 914 01:15:48,424 --> 01:15:50,289 But... 915 01:15:50,459 --> 01:15:54,623 We're all sitting down to dinner, right? Me and Linda and Kevin. 916 01:15:54,797 --> 01:15:56,890 And Hank's upstairs in his room. 917 01:15:57,066 --> 01:15:59,330 She says she's gonna bring him up some soup. 918 01:15:59,501 --> 01:16:01,594 So she does, but she doesn't go... 919 01:16:01,770 --> 01:16:05,297 She doesn't go straight up. She makes some kind of detour. 920 01:16:05,474 --> 01:16:06,873 - A detour? - Yeah. 921 01:16:07,042 --> 01:16:12,742 I couldn't see exactly what she was doing, but I could hear a door open and close. 922 01:16:14,016 --> 01:16:17,452 - The only door in the kitchen is the pantry. - Yeah. 923 01:16:18,020 --> 01:16:19,988 Exactly. 924 01:16:22,424 --> 01:16:24,756 You think she poisoned my father? 925 01:16:27,062 --> 01:16:29,257 No. See, this isn't good enough. 926 01:16:29,431 --> 01:16:32,594 Attorney's just gonna say she could have been getting a napkin. 927 01:16:32,768 --> 01:16:36,932 Look, all I'm saying is it wasn't any heart attack, Jenny. 928 01:16:38,173 --> 01:16:42,075 And maybe you should go and look in that pantry. 929 01:16:43,679 --> 01:16:45,670 You know what else? 930 01:16:46,582 --> 01:16:49,779 - I think she was reading the will. - Reading the will? 931 01:16:49,952 --> 01:16:51,214 Yeah. 932 01:16:51,587 --> 01:16:54,021 You know when I went back in there to get your keys? 933 01:16:54,189 --> 01:16:58,148 I go upstairs, there's her and Kevin, and she's looking at this piece of paper... 934 01:16:58,327 --> 01:17:01,091 ...like it's the most important thing she's ever seen. 935 01:17:01,263 --> 01:17:04,232 Now, I don't know what it could be except your father's will. 936 01:17:05,968 --> 01:17:09,335 I need you to give an affidavit to the commonwealth attorney. 937 01:17:09,805 --> 01:17:12,865 - I can't do that. - Rick, we have to stop this cremation. 938 01:17:13,042 --> 01:17:15,909 If she killed him and there's no autopsy, she'll get away. 939 01:17:16,078 --> 01:17:20,208 - I know, Jenny, but I can't. I'm sorry. - Why not? 940 01:17:22,084 --> 01:17:25,076 Because if I do, there'll be questions. And there's... 941 01:17:26,989 --> 01:17:29,287 There's one question that I can't answer. 942 01:17:30,459 --> 01:17:32,427 What question is that? 943 01:17:33,862 --> 01:17:37,025 Rick, you have to tell me. What question? 944 01:17:44,907 --> 01:17:48,365 "You ever betray your friend Hank Cavanaugh? 945 01:17:50,612 --> 01:17:52,978 You ever sleep with his wife?" 946 01:18:04,326 --> 01:18:05,884 - It's all right, Rick. - No. 947 01:18:06,061 --> 01:18:08,086 It's okay. 948 01:18:08,263 --> 01:18:10,197 He knows you loved him. 949 01:18:11,300 --> 01:18:13,768 Now he needs you to tell the truth, okay? 950 01:18:16,038 --> 01:18:17,801 Will you? 951 01:18:25,247 --> 01:18:27,909 - Ma'am. - Thank you. 952 01:18:49,805 --> 01:18:51,272 What's going on? 953 01:18:51,440 --> 01:18:54,102 The commonwealth attorney has ordered an autopsy, ma'am. 954 01:18:54,276 --> 01:18:57,439 - This is your doing. - Yes. 955 01:18:59,648 --> 01:19:02,082 Is this what you want too, Monica? 956 01:19:02,251 --> 01:19:05,880 An autopsy? Is this what your sister's talked you into? 957 01:19:06,889 --> 01:19:08,481 Do you know what they're gonna do? 958 01:19:08,657 --> 01:19:10,648 - They're gonna cut your father up. - Linda... 959 01:19:10,826 --> 01:19:12,316 Shut up, Ransom. I'm a nurse. 960 01:19:12,895 --> 01:19:16,956 Don't you think I know? They're gonna cut him up in little... 961 01:19:25,674 --> 01:19:28,142 You have something to prove, Jenny? 962 01:19:28,310 --> 01:19:30,744 Why don't you just come out and say it? 963 01:19:44,560 --> 01:19:46,653 It's gonna be hard for me. 964 01:19:47,696 --> 01:19:50,824 It's gonna be hard for all of us to realize that Hank Cavanaugh... 965 01:19:50,999 --> 01:19:55,299 ...will not be walking into the Belfountain Village Store every day for lunch. 966 01:19:56,672 --> 01:19:59,903 That he won't be singing too loud in our choir. 967 01:20:05,514 --> 01:20:07,414 I'm sorry. 968 01:20:17,559 --> 01:20:20,960 Linda Cavanaugh has asked me to thank you all... 969 01:20:21,130 --> 01:20:23,792 ...for your kind words and prayers. 970 01:20:23,966 --> 01:20:27,902 And even on this day of such personal sadness... 971 01:20:28,070 --> 01:20:32,336 ...she's insisted on fulfilling her duties as chalicer during Communion. 972 01:20:37,980 --> 01:20:40,073 Body of Christ. 973 01:20:43,352 --> 01:20:45,513 Blood of Christ. 974 01:20:52,628 --> 01:20:54,562 Body of Christ. 975 01:20:57,933 --> 01:20:59,901 Blood of Christ. 976 01:21:11,313 --> 01:21:12,871 Don't. 977 01:21:13,916 --> 01:21:15,645 Body of Christ. 978 01:21:17,286 --> 01:21:19,015 Body of Christ. 979 01:21:24,359 --> 01:21:26,156 Blood of Christ. 980 01:21:31,567 --> 01:21:33,592 Body of Christ. 981 01:21:38,440 --> 01:21:41,807 - Hi. So sorry. - Thank you for coming. 982 01:21:43,745 --> 01:21:47,237 - My condolences. - Hi. Nice to see you again. 983 01:21:49,685 --> 01:21:51,084 I'm so sorry. 984 01:21:56,491 --> 01:21:58,982 I just feel for the family. 985 01:22:06,101 --> 01:22:08,865 There's no way in hell you're getting away with this, Kevin. 986 01:22:09,037 --> 01:22:13,440 - I don't know what you're talking about. - You think she's got any use for you? 987 01:22:14,843 --> 01:22:17,107 If you do, you're dumber than a pile of bricks. 988 01:22:17,279 --> 01:22:19,804 She'll sell you out as soon as she gets the chance. 989 01:22:20,749 --> 01:22:22,148 Hey. 990 01:22:22,317 --> 01:22:24,615 Unless you sell her out first. 991 01:22:37,799 --> 01:22:41,701 Jenny, this is ridiculous. There is nothing here. 992 01:22:41,870 --> 01:22:43,098 Just keep looking. 993 01:22:44,006 --> 01:22:50,206 You know, sooner or later you are gonna have to grow up and realize that... 994 01:22:54,116 --> 01:22:56,050 What is it? 995 01:23:00,889 --> 01:23:02,652 - Thank you so much. - We all loved Hank. 996 01:23:02,824 --> 01:23:04,257 Thank you. 997 01:23:04,426 --> 01:23:06,257 Monica. 998 01:23:09,031 --> 01:23:11,556 I know how hard this must have been... 999 01:23:15,003 --> 01:23:19,872 Oh, this is ridiculous. Now you've got her thinking it too? 1000 01:23:21,743 --> 01:23:25,144 You know, I don't know why people are so concerned with your drinking. 1001 01:23:25,947 --> 01:23:28,814 - Drunk or sober, you're in your own world. - Shut up. 1002 01:23:30,052 --> 01:23:33,385 I guess your father's on the autopsy table by now, all cut up. 1003 01:23:33,555 --> 01:23:36,183 A little strange that his body wasn't at his own funeral. 1004 01:23:36,358 --> 01:23:40,522 - Stop talking that way. - I'm in my home. I will talk however I want. 1005 01:23:40,896 --> 01:23:45,128 - This isn't your home. - Yes, actually, it is, Jenny. 1006 01:23:45,300 --> 01:23:47,325 He left everything to me. Didn't you know? 1007 01:23:49,304 --> 01:23:51,534 He wouldn't have. He loved us. 1008 01:23:52,708 --> 01:23:54,539 Please leave. 1009 01:23:55,177 --> 01:23:59,136 If you don't stop accusing me of things, one day I might not invite you back. 1010 01:24:31,513 --> 01:24:33,879 You're on my property. 1011 01:24:35,650 --> 01:24:38,084 This place can be suffocating, you know? 1012 01:24:39,020 --> 01:24:41,853 The way people expect you to behave. 1013 01:24:42,023 --> 01:24:47,689 All this pride you're supposed to have in who you are and where you come from. 1014 01:24:49,064 --> 01:24:51,555 I couldn't wait to get away. 1015 01:24:52,300 --> 01:24:58,261 Problem was, I could never figure out who I was when I wasn't here. 1016 01:24:58,807 --> 01:25:03,301 - You ever felt that way, Linda? - No. No, I know who I am. 1017 01:25:04,312 --> 01:25:06,780 All this heritage... 1018 01:25:06,948 --> 01:25:09,109 ...all this history... 1019 01:25:09,951 --> 01:25:13,819 ...all the photograph albums and the family pictures on the wall... 1020 01:25:15,223 --> 01:25:17,623 ...my mother's ring. 1021 01:25:18,794 --> 01:25:20,785 You took everything. 1022 01:25:22,330 --> 01:25:24,264 I wanted it more than you did. 1023 01:25:25,333 --> 01:25:27,028 Yeah. 1024 01:25:28,437 --> 01:25:30,166 Not anymore. 1025 01:25:31,506 --> 01:25:33,997 The autopsy report came back. 1026 01:25:34,743 --> 01:25:37,940 My father died of an overdose of morphine. 1027 01:25:41,082 --> 01:25:42,845 That's surprising. 1028 01:25:43,018 --> 01:25:44,849 I thought so too. 1029 01:25:47,189 --> 01:25:50,818 - That doesn't prove anything, Jenny. - Well, not by itself. 1030 01:25:51,359 --> 01:25:55,455 But don't forget the morphine in the pantry you stole from the hospice. 1031 01:25:55,864 --> 01:26:01,200 I didn't steal anything. Your father needed that morphine for his back. 1032 01:26:01,369 --> 01:26:05,533 You'll find he'd been taking it for months. Check that autopsy report. 1033 01:26:05,707 --> 01:26:07,538 You say what you want. 1034 01:26:08,109 --> 01:26:11,203 But I wouldn't count on Kevin backing you up. 1035 01:26:11,379 --> 01:26:14,280 Seems like the kind of guy who'd cut a deal to me. 1036 01:26:23,859 --> 01:26:26,692 I'm not gonna sit here and try to convince you I'm innocent. 1037 01:26:26,862 --> 01:26:28,887 Why not? Don't you care what people think? 1038 01:26:29,064 --> 01:26:30,691 You know, Janet, I really don't. 1039 01:26:31,166 --> 01:26:33,259 And besides, that's what the trial's for. 1040 01:26:33,435 --> 01:26:35,903 And when the trial's over, people will understand... 1041 01:26:36,071 --> 01:26:39,199 ...that Jenny is a manipulative, vindictive... 1042 01:26:40,008 --> 01:26:44,206 I'm sorry. I don't mean to speak ill of anyone. 1043 01:26:44,379 --> 01:26:47,212 There's certain people, and, well, they know who they are... 1044 01:26:47,382 --> 01:26:51,716 ...that are gonna have to live with their conscience. 1045 01:26:52,621 --> 01:26:54,816 If they even have one. 1046 01:26:55,757 --> 01:26:58,851 Look, for me, this has been a tragedy. No question. 1047 01:26:59,027 --> 01:27:02,292 But it's also been a learning experience, a journey of discovery. 1048 01:27:02,464 --> 01:27:05,194 I see. And what have you discovered? 1049 01:27:05,367 --> 01:27:08,234 That everybody has to start somewhere. 1050 01:27:08,403 --> 01:27:10,394 That you have to fight to get what you want. 1051 01:27:10,572 --> 01:27:12,836 You have to fight to keep it. 1052 01:27:14,509 --> 01:27:17,706 I'm looking forward to the trial. I really am. 1053 01:27:18,580 --> 01:27:20,309 You know why? 1054 01:27:20,482 --> 01:27:23,246 I climbed all the way to the top of this hill... 1055 01:27:23,418 --> 01:27:27,184 ...and I don't intend to let anyone drag me down from it. 1056 01:27:40,000 --> 01:27:44,000 Done by (c) dCd / June 2013 85505

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