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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,449 --> 00:00:04,032 (Upbeat music) 2 00:00:02,000 --> 00:00:07,000 Downloaded from YTS.MX 3 00:00:07,102 --> 00:00:10,007 ♪ Every time I come on strong ♪ 4 00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:13,000 Official YIFY movies site: YTS.MX 5 00:00:10,008 --> 00:00:15,035 ♪ you're so polite ♪ 6 00:00:15,036 --> 00:00:19,097 ♪ what's the matter for heaven's sake ♪ 7 00:00:19,098 --> 00:00:20,797 ♪ I won't shatter ♪ 8 00:00:20,798 --> 00:00:23,519 ♪ and I won't break ♪ 9 00:00:23,520 --> 00:00:27,367 ♪ if you're angry let it fly ♪ 10 00:00:27,368 --> 00:00:31,848 ♪ you're only human and So am I ♪ 11 00:00:31,849 --> 00:00:33,640 ♪ nobody's perfect ♪ 12 00:00:33,641 --> 00:00:35,690 ♪ not even me ♪ 13 00:00:35,691 --> 00:00:40,175 ♪ I'm a walking talking idiosyncrasy ♪ 14 00:00:40,176 --> 00:00:44,300 ♪ say it once and it will set you free ♪ 15 00:00:44,301 --> 00:00:47,357 ♪ nobody's perfect ♪ 16 00:00:47,358 --> 00:00:52,358 ♪ not even me ♪ 17 00:00:53,471 --> 00:00:56,480 ♪ every time I fall apart ♪ 18 00:00:56,481 --> 00:01:01,481 ♪ you say it's fine ♪ 19 00:01:01,628 --> 00:01:04,644 ♪ every time I break your heart ♪ 20 00:01:04,645 --> 00:01:09,645 ♪ you don't seem to mind ♪ 21 00:01:09,745 --> 00:01:11,653 ♪ maybe I will ♪ 22 00:01:11,654 --> 00:01:13,743 ♪ maybe I won't ♪ 23 00:01:13,744 --> 00:01:18,186 ♪ if things work out or if they don't ♪ 24 00:01:18,187 --> 00:01:20,084 ♪ nobody's perfect ♪ 25 00:01:20,085 --> 00:01:22,148 ♪ not even me ♪ 26 00:01:22,149 --> 00:01:26,474 ♪ I'm a walking talking idiosyncrasy ♪ 27 00:01:26,475 --> 00:01:27,965 ♪ say it once ♪ 28 00:01:27,966 --> 00:01:30,589 ♪ and it will set you free ♪ 29 00:01:30,590 --> 00:01:34,045 ♪ nobody's perfect ♪ 30 00:01:34,046 --> 00:01:35,603 ♪ not even me ♪ 31 00:01:35,604 --> 00:01:38,977 ♪ nobody's perfect not even me ♪ 32 00:01:38,978 --> 00:01:43,234 ♪ I'm a walking talking idiosyncrasy ♪ 33 00:01:43,235 --> 00:01:47,612 ♪ say it once and it'll set you free ♪ 34 00:01:47,613 --> 00:01:50,355 ♪ nobody's perfect ♪ - 10, nine, eight. 35 00:01:50,356 --> 00:01:55,356 ♪ No no no no ♪ 36 00:01:55,516 --> 00:01:56,537 ♪ not even me ♪ 37 00:01:56,538 --> 00:01:57,538 - All right. 38 00:01:58,553 --> 00:02:02,332 When the bell rings please don't run. 39 00:02:02,333 --> 00:02:07,333 (Bell ringing) (Kids cheering) 40 00:02:09,700 --> 00:02:11,367 Have a great summer. 41 00:02:15,349 --> 00:02:16,454 - Can you believe it? 42 00:02:16,455 --> 00:02:18,904 We've got the whole summer to do whatever we want. 43 00:02:18,905 --> 00:02:20,588 - We're going to have such a blast. 44 00:02:20,589 --> 00:02:21,462 - I know. 45 00:02:21,463 --> 00:02:23,038 Shopping, staying up late, 46 00:02:23,039 --> 00:02:24,877 going to tons of parties. 47 00:02:24,878 --> 00:02:25,757 - Oh yeah. 48 00:02:25,758 --> 00:02:27,173 - Oh my dad said he could get us tickets 49 00:02:27,174 --> 00:02:28,702 for lilics June 20th. 50 00:02:28,703 --> 00:02:29,703 - Yes! 51 00:02:30,716 --> 00:02:34,340 - This is going to be the coolest summer ever. 52 00:02:34,341 --> 00:02:36,106 Jason, where aren't you psyched? 53 00:02:36,107 --> 00:02:37,967 - I'm on lockdown the summer. 54 00:02:37,968 --> 00:02:41,037 My dad's so pizzled 'cause he got to dizzle this cortizzle. 55 00:02:41,038 --> 00:02:43,318 - Like dude, translate. 56 00:02:43,319 --> 00:02:45,390 I mean, what the heck is that supposed to mean? 57 00:02:45,391 --> 00:02:47,368 - Yo, you ain't down with the street lingo? 58 00:02:47,369 --> 00:02:49,919 - Yo, you're not from the street. 59 00:02:49,920 --> 00:02:51,760 I mean your dad's a dentist. 60 00:02:51,761 --> 00:02:53,220 - I totally know what you mean though. 61 00:02:53,221 --> 00:02:55,966 My mom's still all bent up over Doug's party last week. 62 00:02:55,967 --> 00:02:57,418 They're like always on your case. 63 00:02:57,419 --> 00:02:58,688 - I know. 64 00:02:58,689 --> 00:03:00,675 I don't know why don't trust me. 65 00:03:00,676 --> 00:03:03,234 - Oh, are we still gonna sneak that party at your house? 66 00:03:03,235 --> 00:03:05,925 - Yeah, just keep that quiet. 67 00:03:05,926 --> 00:03:07,121 - Totally. 68 00:03:07,122 --> 00:03:08,322 Can't wait. 69 00:03:08,323 --> 00:03:09,323 Bye Jason. 70 00:03:17,221 --> 00:03:18,473 Hey mom. 71 00:03:18,474 --> 00:03:19,802 Hey dad. 72 00:03:19,803 --> 00:03:21,005 What's up? 73 00:03:21,006 --> 00:03:23,162 - Your daddy bought me an anniversary present, 74 00:03:23,163 --> 00:03:24,830 and it includes you! 75 00:03:25,995 --> 00:03:27,978 - South Carolina? 76 00:03:27,979 --> 00:03:29,154 - Shut up. 77 00:03:29,155 --> 00:03:31,846 - There goes your chance to get Jason to like you. 78 00:03:31,847 --> 00:03:33,495 - I don't care. 79 00:03:33,496 --> 00:03:35,564 - The funnest part of summer is the beginning. 80 00:03:35,565 --> 00:03:38,648 - I don't want to hear it, all right? 81 00:03:39,673 --> 00:03:40,673 - Honey. 82 00:03:41,460 --> 00:03:42,904 That's four suitcases. 83 00:03:42,905 --> 00:03:45,238 - Don't tell me how to pack. 84 00:03:47,921 --> 00:03:49,274 - [Holly] If your parents wanna get away 85 00:03:49,275 --> 00:03:52,302 why not just go to the Hamptons or something? 86 00:03:52,303 --> 00:03:54,029 - My grandpa lives down there. 87 00:03:54,030 --> 00:03:55,919 They want me to see him before he gets so old 88 00:03:55,920 --> 00:03:57,844 he doesn't remember me anymore. 89 00:03:57,845 --> 00:04:00,252 He lives in the middle of freaking nowhere. 90 00:04:00,253 --> 00:04:01,738 - What are you going to do the whole time? 91 00:04:01,739 --> 00:04:02,617 - I don't know. 92 00:04:02,618 --> 00:04:04,283 I don't know why they would ever think 93 00:04:04,284 --> 00:04:06,124 that I actually want to go. 94 00:04:06,125 --> 00:04:07,548 - Just ditch, run away. 95 00:04:07,549 --> 00:04:08,694 - Yeah right. 96 00:04:08,695 --> 00:04:10,028 Not enough time. 97 00:04:13,187 --> 00:04:16,620 How much is it for a bus ticket from Hilton head to here? 98 00:04:16,621 --> 00:04:17,829 - Beats me. 99 00:04:17,830 --> 00:04:19,279 - Holly, you've got to get your parents 100 00:04:19,280 --> 00:04:20,905 to let you come down there. 101 00:04:20,906 --> 00:04:22,945 At least for a week or something. 102 00:04:22,946 --> 00:04:23,966 - No way. 103 00:04:23,967 --> 00:04:25,214 I'm staying here. 104 00:04:25,215 --> 00:04:26,615 - [Father] Annie. 105 00:04:26,616 --> 00:04:27,616 Get packed. 106 00:04:28,578 --> 00:04:29,846 - Better go. 107 00:04:29,847 --> 00:04:32,176 It's off to the island of boring. 108 00:04:32,177 --> 00:04:33,177 - Bye. 109 00:04:37,610 --> 00:04:40,027 (Slow music) 110 00:04:41,177 --> 00:04:42,969 - [Mother] Annie, are you packing? 111 00:04:42,970 --> 00:04:44,672 - [Annie] I'm working on it. 112 00:04:44,673 --> 00:04:45,575 - [Mother] Honey, our flight leaves 113 00:04:45,576 --> 00:04:47,825 first thing in the morning. 114 00:04:59,994 --> 00:05:01,053 - [Pilot] Ladies and gentlemen. 115 00:05:01,054 --> 00:05:02,413 Welcome to Hilton head island. 116 00:05:02,414 --> 00:05:03,552 Have a wonderful vacation, 117 00:05:03,553 --> 00:05:06,303 and thank you for flying with us. 118 00:05:14,151 --> 00:05:16,282 - [Father] Carol, you've called him five times. 119 00:05:16,283 --> 00:05:17,235 Will you relax? 120 00:05:17,236 --> 00:05:18,289 - [Mother] I am relaxed. 121 00:05:18,290 --> 00:05:19,632 He's not picking up. 122 00:05:19,633 --> 00:05:22,424 I just hope he remembers we're coming today. 123 00:05:22,425 --> 00:05:24,337 - [Father] Hey Annie, your grandpa's got a really nice house 124 00:05:24,338 --> 00:05:25,304 right by the beach, 125 00:05:25,305 --> 00:05:26,971 and he's got a pool. 126 00:05:28,462 --> 00:05:32,212 - [Annie] Beautiful house right by the beach. 127 00:05:35,516 --> 00:05:36,683 - [Carol] Dad? 128 00:05:38,747 --> 00:05:40,882 - It smells in here. 129 00:05:40,883 --> 00:05:41,883 - Annie. 130 00:05:42,766 --> 00:05:43,933 Dad, you here? 131 00:05:45,304 --> 00:05:46,721 - Hey everybody. 132 00:05:47,591 --> 00:05:49,073 - Thank goodness you're here. 133 00:05:49,074 --> 00:05:50,652 You remembered we were coming? 134 00:05:50,653 --> 00:05:51,692 - Yeah, after the fifth call 135 00:05:51,693 --> 00:05:53,910 I was pretty sure today was the day. 136 00:05:53,911 --> 00:05:55,260 (Sneezing) 137 00:05:55,261 --> 00:05:56,261 - Bless you. 138 00:05:57,513 --> 00:05:59,128 - [Father] Grandpa Don, you look great. 139 00:05:59,129 --> 00:06:00,521 - [Grandpa] Well you look the same. 140 00:06:00,522 --> 00:06:01,816 - Thanks. - Still peddling insurance? 141 00:06:01,817 --> 00:06:02,962 - Advertising. 142 00:06:02,963 --> 00:06:04,509 - Just kidding. 143 00:06:04,510 --> 00:06:06,199 You know, the last time I saw you 144 00:06:06,200 --> 00:06:08,244 you were missing two front teeth. 145 00:06:08,245 --> 00:06:10,145 But you've gotten so pretty now. 146 00:06:10,146 --> 00:06:11,729 Like a young woman. 147 00:06:15,162 --> 00:06:17,780 Well, got you all set up, kid. 148 00:06:17,781 --> 00:06:19,437 Your own room right next to mine. 149 00:06:19,438 --> 00:06:22,719 Your own little kingdom, or queendom I should say. 150 00:06:22,720 --> 00:06:24,053 - Great. - Great. 151 00:06:25,005 --> 00:06:25,880 - Offer still stands. 152 00:06:25,881 --> 00:06:27,849 I can fix up the other room for you two. 153 00:06:27,850 --> 00:06:30,017 - We already got a condo. 154 00:06:31,490 --> 00:06:34,341 - I'm staying here by myself? 155 00:06:34,342 --> 00:06:37,085 - We thought it would give you and grandpa a chance to bond. 156 00:06:37,086 --> 00:06:39,368 - We'll all be together, sort of. 157 00:06:39,369 --> 00:06:40,790 - I can sleep on your couch. 158 00:06:40,791 --> 00:06:42,570 You won't even know I'm there. 159 00:06:42,571 --> 00:06:45,634 - Annie, your mom and I need some time together. 160 00:06:45,635 --> 00:06:48,107 I'll make it up to you, I promise. 161 00:06:48,108 --> 00:06:49,941 - You always say that. 162 00:06:51,422 --> 00:06:52,648 - Do you think they'll be okay together alone? 163 00:06:52,649 --> 00:06:53,522 - Yeah, they're gonna be fine. 164 00:06:53,522 --> 00:06:54,478 Listen... - I don't think 165 00:06:54,478 --> 00:06:55,357 this is such a good idea. 166 00:06:55,358 --> 00:06:57,007 - [Father] Everybody's going to have a great time. 167 00:06:57,008 --> 00:06:59,881 - We'll check back with you around dinner time. 168 00:06:59,882 --> 00:07:01,295 - No problemo. 169 00:07:01,296 --> 00:07:03,608 - Annie, you help your grandpa, okay? 170 00:07:03,609 --> 00:07:05,437 And stay close to the house please. 171 00:07:05,438 --> 00:07:06,833 You have my cell phone number. 172 00:07:06,834 --> 00:07:09,584 And the number to the condo is... 173 00:07:10,822 --> 00:07:13,405 (Gentle music) 174 00:07:22,938 --> 00:07:23,938 - Nice pool. 175 00:07:41,491 --> 00:07:45,704 - Oh, did you notice we have two turtles in the pool? 176 00:07:45,705 --> 00:07:48,288 I named them George and Gracie. 177 00:07:49,224 --> 00:07:51,927 So, you want the grand tour? 178 00:07:51,928 --> 00:07:52,928 - No thanks. 179 00:07:54,541 --> 00:07:56,028 - [Grandpa] Want a cold drink? 180 00:07:56,029 --> 00:07:57,457 - Do you have lemonade? 181 00:07:57,458 --> 00:07:58,958 - I have iced tea. 182 00:07:59,907 --> 00:08:01,927 - I don't like iced tea. 183 00:08:01,928 --> 00:08:04,783 - I'll have to remember that. 184 00:08:04,784 --> 00:08:06,429 Too bad I don't have lemonade. 185 00:08:06,430 --> 00:08:09,361 I could have made you an Arnold Palmer. 186 00:08:09,362 --> 00:08:11,112 That's a famous golf, 187 00:08:12,024 --> 00:08:13,024 well anyway. 188 00:08:37,273 --> 00:08:39,709 So how was your flight? 189 00:08:39,710 --> 00:08:40,710 - Fine. 190 00:08:43,971 --> 00:08:47,864 - I don't mind flying, but Dee, your grandma, 191 00:08:47,865 --> 00:08:50,204 she used to hate it. 192 00:08:50,205 --> 00:08:53,872 She had a whole crazy ritual and everything. 193 00:08:59,620 --> 00:09:01,163 How's school? 194 00:09:01,164 --> 00:09:02,332 - It's summer. 195 00:09:02,333 --> 00:09:03,430 School's over. 196 00:09:03,431 --> 00:09:05,017 - Right. 197 00:09:05,018 --> 00:09:07,212 Well, did you have a good year? 198 00:09:07,213 --> 00:09:08,713 How did it end up? 199 00:09:09,826 --> 00:09:10,826 - Fine. 200 00:09:12,498 --> 00:09:15,248 - What about the musical theater? 201 00:09:16,781 --> 00:09:19,448 I mean did you do any new plays? 202 00:09:20,647 --> 00:09:22,422 - We did grease. 203 00:09:22,423 --> 00:09:23,423 - Grease. 204 00:09:25,117 --> 00:09:26,617 That sounds messy. 205 00:09:32,787 --> 00:09:34,595 This place is such a dump. 206 00:09:34,596 --> 00:09:37,207 There's crud everywhere. 207 00:09:37,208 --> 00:09:38,344 His pool is all dirty. 208 00:09:38,345 --> 00:09:40,270 And there are sea creatures there's living in it. 209 00:09:40,271 --> 00:09:41,455 It's so humid. 210 00:09:41,456 --> 00:09:42,775 It's sticky. 211 00:09:42,776 --> 00:09:45,193 And everything smells so bad. 212 00:09:46,644 --> 00:09:49,970 This place needs some fun and lysol. 213 00:09:49,971 --> 00:09:52,583 - Ooh, what's it smell like? 214 00:09:52,584 --> 00:09:54,183 - Every room is different. 215 00:09:54,184 --> 00:09:57,143 I mean, the living room smells like the back of a cab. 216 00:09:57,144 --> 00:10:00,199 This room smells like an old tire. 217 00:10:00,200 --> 00:10:01,266 - You're going to be down there 218 00:10:01,267 --> 00:10:03,517 for half of the summer? 219 00:10:03,518 --> 00:10:05,233 You're never going to make it. 220 00:10:05,234 --> 00:10:06,234 - I know. 221 00:10:07,077 --> 00:10:09,554 You know what, could you do me a favor? 222 00:10:09,555 --> 00:10:12,746 Go online to find out the bus schedules, okay? 223 00:10:12,747 --> 00:10:14,414 I'll call you later. 224 00:10:17,032 --> 00:10:19,865 (Whimsical music) 225 00:10:32,311 --> 00:10:34,650 (Metal creaking) 226 00:10:34,651 --> 00:10:35,915 - Howdy Dutch. 227 00:10:35,916 --> 00:10:38,036 - You ever going to get things fixed proper around here? 228 00:10:38,037 --> 00:10:39,059 - Where have you been? 229 00:10:39,060 --> 00:10:40,060 You missed lunch. 230 00:10:40,061 --> 00:10:43,113 Annie, say hello to my buddy Barney. 231 00:10:43,114 --> 00:10:44,113 You're going to like her. 232 00:10:44,114 --> 00:10:45,157 She's a peach. 233 00:10:45,158 --> 00:10:47,491 - [Barney] Oh, I love fruit. 234 00:10:48,965 --> 00:10:49,965 - Hi. - Hi. 235 00:10:52,169 --> 00:10:53,169 I... 236 00:10:55,742 --> 00:10:57,437 - She's a little shy. 237 00:10:57,438 --> 00:10:58,438 - Sassy too. 238 00:10:59,439 --> 00:11:00,713 - Well she's 12. 239 00:11:00,714 --> 00:11:02,371 It's an independent age. 240 00:11:02,372 --> 00:11:04,205 - The boy chasing age. 241 00:11:05,168 --> 00:11:06,900 Reminds me of when Sally Evans 242 00:11:06,901 --> 00:11:10,537 tried to smooch me in the pumpkin patch at the state fair. 243 00:11:10,538 --> 00:11:13,552 - I've heard that story five times. 244 00:11:13,553 --> 00:11:16,292 - So you got her stuck over in that janitor's closet 245 00:11:16,293 --> 00:11:18,964 you call a guestroom, huh? 246 00:11:18,965 --> 00:11:21,076 - At least I've got guests in my guest room. 247 00:11:21,077 --> 00:11:23,342 - What do you plan on doing with her? 248 00:11:23,343 --> 00:11:26,243 I mean, sociality is not exactly your strong point. 249 00:11:26,244 --> 00:11:28,715 - We're going to have a lot of fun. 250 00:11:28,716 --> 00:11:30,883 There's cards and puzzles. 251 00:11:31,909 --> 00:11:33,904 Go for walks on the trails. 252 00:11:33,905 --> 00:11:35,535 - Take her fishing. 253 00:11:35,536 --> 00:11:37,573 When my granddaughter Ashley comes 254 00:11:37,574 --> 00:11:40,100 she gets such a thrill out of that whenever she's here. 255 00:11:40,101 --> 00:11:42,708 - Ah the old skiff is not sea worthy now. 256 00:11:42,709 --> 00:11:44,489 Motor conks out. 257 00:11:44,490 --> 00:11:46,943 - Well then you get it fixed. 258 00:11:46,944 --> 00:11:49,103 - Why don't you just stop talking to me? 259 00:11:49,104 --> 00:11:50,240 - [Barney] You invited me over here. 260 00:11:50,241 --> 00:11:51,354 - [Grandpa] No I didn't. 261 00:11:51,355 --> 00:11:52,423 You just showed up. 262 00:11:52,424 --> 00:11:53,688 - [Barney] Well I didn't just show. 263 00:11:53,689 --> 00:11:54,693 You know, you invited me. 264 00:11:54,694 --> 00:11:57,656 I have other people that I can... 265 00:11:57,657 --> 00:11:58,657 - [Grandpa] I'll bet you do. 266 00:11:58,658 --> 00:12:00,684 - [Barney] You think you're the only fish in the sea? 267 00:12:00,685 --> 00:12:02,076 There are plenty of people that enjoy me. 268 00:12:02,077 --> 00:12:04,519 - [Grandpa] All right, all right, did you bring the cards? 269 00:12:04,520 --> 00:12:07,687 (Indistinct chatter) 270 00:12:14,818 --> 00:12:16,102 - Well, we better get going. 271 00:12:16,103 --> 00:12:17,654 Big day tomorrow. 272 00:12:17,655 --> 00:12:18,711 We're going to go up to Charleston 273 00:12:18,712 --> 00:12:19,815 and check out some properties 274 00:12:19,816 --> 00:12:21,255 and visit fort sumter. 275 00:12:21,256 --> 00:12:23,148 - Guess I'm not invited? 276 00:12:23,149 --> 00:12:26,166 - We'll do whatever you want when we get back. 277 00:12:26,167 --> 00:12:28,967 - Like fly back to New York? 278 00:12:28,968 --> 00:12:30,960 - Annie and I have some plans of our own. 279 00:12:30,961 --> 00:12:34,128 I thought I'd teach her to play chess. 280 00:12:35,110 --> 00:12:37,360 - Better get my sleep then. 281 00:12:39,736 --> 00:12:41,069 I need some air. 282 00:12:43,736 --> 00:12:45,249 - All of a sudden there I am 283 00:12:45,250 --> 00:12:48,083 face to face with this huge snake. 284 00:12:49,204 --> 00:12:51,436 I mean he was seven feet if he was an inch. 285 00:12:51,437 --> 00:12:53,457 Now I didn't know it was poisonous. 286 00:12:53,458 --> 00:12:55,061 I didn't care. 287 00:12:55,062 --> 00:12:57,303 I reached for my trusty, Jim bowie knife 288 00:12:57,304 --> 00:12:59,239 and shoo shoo shoo, 289 00:12:59,240 --> 00:13:01,505 instant snakeskin boots. 290 00:13:01,506 --> 00:13:02,504 - Mom never went back to 291 00:13:02,505 --> 00:13:04,455 dangerous fusky with you after that. 292 00:13:04,456 --> 00:13:05,905 - That's a great story. 293 00:13:05,906 --> 00:13:07,351 Hey Annie, you're missing these. 294 00:13:07,352 --> 00:13:08,910 Your grandpa's full of them. 295 00:13:08,911 --> 00:13:10,612 - I'm sure he's full of something. 296 00:13:10,613 --> 00:13:12,029 - What's that? 297 00:13:12,030 --> 00:13:13,956 - I said I haven't seen any wild animals yet. 298 00:13:13,957 --> 00:13:16,393 We've been inside all day. 299 00:13:16,394 --> 00:13:17,961 - You two better stick together. 300 00:13:17,962 --> 00:13:19,620 Especially at night. 301 00:13:19,621 --> 00:13:21,028 - Afraid a snake will eat me? 302 00:13:21,029 --> 00:13:23,112 - Maybe, or captain Jack. 303 00:13:25,042 --> 00:13:26,548 - Who's that? 304 00:13:26,549 --> 00:13:27,980 - Captain Jack stoney, 305 00:13:27,981 --> 00:13:31,209 a patriot rebel from the revolutionary war. 306 00:13:31,210 --> 00:13:32,868 That's his house there that he built. 307 00:13:32,869 --> 00:13:34,110 After he died 308 00:13:34,111 --> 00:13:36,977 one of his grandkids saw Jack, 309 00:13:36,978 --> 00:13:39,905 lost it in an all night poker game. 310 00:13:39,906 --> 00:13:42,170 Captain Jack was so furious that he came back from the dead 311 00:13:42,171 --> 00:13:45,082 to haunt this house and all the woods around it. 312 00:13:45,083 --> 00:13:47,666 So all these woods are haunted. 313 00:13:49,253 --> 00:13:51,738 - Guess I'll need my trusty David bowie knife. 314 00:13:51,739 --> 00:13:52,736 - Annie. 315 00:13:52,737 --> 00:13:54,320 - It's fine. 316 00:13:54,321 --> 00:13:55,869 So the dock is over here, 317 00:13:55,870 --> 00:13:58,682 and I thought one day maybe I'd take Annie out on the water 318 00:13:58,683 --> 00:14:00,128 for a little fishing. 319 00:14:00,129 --> 00:14:01,269 - You have a boat? 320 00:14:01,270 --> 00:14:02,267 - Yeah. 321 00:14:02,267 --> 00:14:03,267 - No boat. 322 00:14:05,204 --> 00:14:06,267 - It's a pull start, Annie, 323 00:14:06,268 --> 00:14:08,185 just like a lawn mower. 324 00:14:09,499 --> 00:14:12,319 Well that's old ironsides. 325 00:14:12,320 --> 00:14:13,530 - You ever take him out? 326 00:14:13,531 --> 00:14:15,967 - Ah, not for a while. 327 00:14:15,968 --> 00:14:19,205 Mostly just sits there collecting barnacles. 328 00:14:19,206 --> 00:14:20,586 You see this island, 329 00:14:20,587 --> 00:14:22,504 right around the bend over here, 330 00:14:22,505 --> 00:14:24,548 and across the calliboggie sound, 331 00:14:24,549 --> 00:14:27,914 you can see the bridge that took you in here. 332 00:14:27,915 --> 00:14:29,210 - Can we go for a ride? 333 00:14:29,211 --> 00:14:30,802 - No Annie. 334 00:14:30,803 --> 00:14:33,685 Daddy, you haven't used that clunker in years. 335 00:14:33,686 --> 00:14:36,295 - Well, I thought we'd just dip our Poles in, 336 00:14:36,296 --> 00:14:37,719 you know, nothing fancy. 337 00:14:37,720 --> 00:14:39,012 - Well it's easy to lose your balance on that thing. 338 00:14:39,013 --> 00:14:42,444 Trust me, I fell overboard plenty when I was growing up. 339 00:14:42,445 --> 00:14:45,911 - That's right, you never really learned to swim. 340 00:14:45,912 --> 00:14:48,495 - I never really had a teacher. 341 00:14:50,810 --> 00:14:54,076 And your granddaughter is no Mark spitz either. 342 00:14:54,077 --> 00:14:55,074 Annie, listen to me. 343 00:14:55,075 --> 00:14:57,409 I do not want you on that boat. 344 00:14:57,410 --> 00:15:00,635 Promise me you won't go on it. 345 00:15:00,636 --> 00:15:01,750 Promise me. 346 00:15:01,751 --> 00:15:03,391 - I heard you already. 347 00:15:03,392 --> 00:15:04,714 You think I'm stupid? 348 00:15:04,715 --> 00:15:06,629 Just leave me alone. 349 00:15:06,630 --> 00:15:07,630 - Honey... 350 00:15:13,611 --> 00:15:16,778 - You guys are gonna have so much fun. 351 00:15:18,079 --> 00:15:20,662 (Gentle music) 352 00:15:24,966 --> 00:15:27,450 (Static buzzing) 353 00:15:27,451 --> 00:15:30,618 (Speaking in Spanish) 354 00:15:33,835 --> 00:15:36,585 (Static buzzing) 355 00:15:39,171 --> 00:15:42,570 (Soft snoring) 356 00:15:42,571 --> 00:15:45,904 (Gentle cheerful music) 357 00:16:51,122 --> 00:16:53,622 (Dog barking) 358 00:16:58,157 --> 00:17:00,202 - [Annie] Come here, doggie. 359 00:17:00,203 --> 00:17:01,453 Where'd you go? 360 00:17:13,043 --> 00:17:14,293 Come here, boy. 361 00:17:15,264 --> 00:17:16,431 Where are you? 362 00:17:17,727 --> 00:17:19,227 Come here, doggie. 363 00:17:21,476 --> 00:17:22,726 Where'd you go? 364 00:17:23,738 --> 00:17:26,321 (Spooky music) 365 00:17:47,292 --> 00:17:50,375 (Intensifying music) 366 00:18:22,195 --> 00:18:24,362 (Gasping) 367 00:18:26,513 --> 00:18:27,974 It's you! 368 00:18:27,975 --> 00:18:29,840 You're captain Jack! 369 00:18:29,841 --> 00:18:31,574 (Man mumbling) 370 00:18:31,575 --> 00:18:32,954 Get away from me! 371 00:18:32,955 --> 00:18:37,955 (Man mumbling) (Annie screaming) 372 00:18:38,305 --> 00:18:39,305 Help, help! 373 00:18:42,417 --> 00:18:43,667 Please help me! 374 00:18:46,097 --> 00:18:47,664 I just saw captain Jack! 375 00:18:47,665 --> 00:18:49,034 He tried to attack me! 376 00:18:49,035 --> 00:18:51,296 He's still out there! 377 00:18:51,297 --> 00:18:53,547 (Laughing) 378 00:19:00,201 --> 00:19:02,451 (Giggling) 379 00:19:06,577 --> 00:19:09,478 So your grandpa's Barney? 380 00:19:09,479 --> 00:19:11,330 I kinda met him. 381 00:19:11,331 --> 00:19:13,183 - Skinny guy, old, 382 00:19:13,184 --> 00:19:14,319 kind of banged up. 383 00:19:14,320 --> 00:19:15,746 - Yeah. - Yeah. 384 00:19:15,747 --> 00:19:17,302 - I pass through here every now and then. 385 00:19:17,303 --> 00:19:19,263 I'm a musician on my way to L.A. 386 00:19:19,264 --> 00:19:20,759 I'm going to meet with this producer 387 00:19:20,760 --> 00:19:22,255 who did ashanti's first disc. 388 00:19:22,256 --> 00:19:23,556 I'm getting ready to lay down tracks 389 00:19:23,557 --> 00:19:24,964 for my debut album next week. 390 00:19:24,965 --> 00:19:26,264 - That's so cool. 391 00:19:26,265 --> 00:19:27,354 Gonna be famous. 392 00:19:27,355 --> 00:19:28,436 - Yeah. 393 00:19:28,437 --> 00:19:30,309 So what kind of music you listen to? 394 00:19:30,310 --> 00:19:31,547 - Everything. 395 00:19:31,548 --> 00:19:34,048 Lilics, gbe, men and marbles. 396 00:19:35,737 --> 00:19:37,409 - Yeah, I'm a hip hop girl myself. 397 00:19:37,410 --> 00:19:39,468 That's the kind of music that's going on my album. 398 00:19:39,469 --> 00:19:40,881 - That's cool. 399 00:19:40,882 --> 00:19:43,739 People here probably haven't even heard of it yet though. 400 00:19:43,740 --> 00:19:45,132 - You got that right. 401 00:19:45,133 --> 00:19:46,671 Wilton head. 402 00:19:46,672 --> 00:19:48,075 You're a pretty cool chick. 403 00:19:48,076 --> 00:19:49,157 - Thanks. 404 00:19:49,158 --> 00:19:50,606 - Do you want one? 405 00:19:50,607 --> 00:19:51,940 - Um, no I quit. 406 00:19:54,928 --> 00:19:56,154 - Right. 407 00:19:56,155 --> 00:19:57,706 Well, here we are. 408 00:19:57,707 --> 00:19:58,820 If you see captain Jack again 409 00:19:58,821 --> 00:20:00,270 just turn and run the other way. 410 00:20:00,271 --> 00:20:02,078 - Right - I'll see you around. 411 00:20:02,079 --> 00:20:03,079 - Thanks. 412 00:20:06,216 --> 00:20:10,263 If you want to hang out again sometime. 413 00:20:10,264 --> 00:20:12,681 (Slow music) 414 00:20:24,401 --> 00:20:26,272 (Bird squawking) 415 00:20:26,273 --> 00:20:27,755 What the heck was that? 416 00:20:27,756 --> 00:20:30,423 (Bird chirping) 417 00:20:36,994 --> 00:20:40,077 (Banging on window) 418 00:20:46,508 --> 00:20:47,508 Stupid bird. 419 00:20:48,540 --> 00:20:50,373 Go away, I'm sleeping. 420 00:20:51,662 --> 00:20:52,662 Go away. 421 00:20:55,259 --> 00:20:58,092 (Window slamming) 422 00:21:01,296 --> 00:21:02,255 (Annie screaming) 423 00:21:02,256 --> 00:21:03,265 - Oh! 424 00:21:03,266 --> 00:21:04,510 (Annie screaming) - Oh! 425 00:21:04,511 --> 00:21:05,624 - Can't you see I'm in here? 426 00:21:05,625 --> 00:21:06,867 What are you doing, get out! 427 00:21:06,868 --> 00:21:10,201 - I didn't know you were... - Get out, go! 428 00:21:14,106 --> 00:21:15,356 Close the door! 429 00:21:18,999 --> 00:21:20,142 (Annie screaming) - Oh! 430 00:21:20,143 --> 00:21:21,920 (Annie screaming) Oh! 431 00:21:21,921 --> 00:21:22,879 I'm sorry. 432 00:21:22,880 --> 00:21:24,408 I'm just going to close the door. 433 00:21:24,409 --> 00:21:25,242 - Just go! 434 00:21:25,243 --> 00:21:26,419 - I'm going. 435 00:21:26,420 --> 00:21:29,087 (Door slamming) 436 00:21:34,376 --> 00:21:35,885 - What's that? 437 00:21:35,886 --> 00:21:38,136 - Grits, they're delicious. 438 00:21:44,314 --> 00:21:45,314 Good, huh? 439 00:21:48,173 --> 00:21:50,673 - It tastes like a wet napkin. 440 00:21:52,995 --> 00:21:55,578 - Try a little butter and salt. 441 00:21:56,580 --> 00:21:57,913 - I'm on a diet. 442 00:22:02,409 --> 00:22:04,826 - I'll have to remember that. 443 00:22:06,422 --> 00:22:08,027 Well, it's going to be a hot day. 444 00:22:08,028 --> 00:22:11,116 Maybe we can head for the beach. 445 00:22:11,117 --> 00:22:12,823 - How far do we have to walk? 446 00:22:12,824 --> 00:22:13,824 - Walk? 447 00:22:14,493 --> 00:22:16,243 We'll take the eagle. 448 00:22:17,700 --> 00:22:19,768 (Jazzy music) 449 00:22:19,769 --> 00:22:21,573 I haven't stretched her legs in a while. 450 00:22:21,574 --> 00:22:25,027 I only take her out on special occasions. 451 00:22:25,028 --> 00:22:27,414 And the tags are overdue by a couple of years, 452 00:22:27,415 --> 00:22:28,415 but, hop in! 453 00:22:38,748 --> 00:22:40,072 (Engine humming) See that? 454 00:22:40,073 --> 00:22:42,211 Runs like a panther. 455 00:22:42,212 --> 00:22:45,212 (Engine sputtering) 456 00:22:50,723 --> 00:22:51,723 - Perfect. 457 00:22:53,191 --> 00:22:56,770 - How bad do you want to go to the beach? 458 00:22:56,771 --> 00:22:59,591 And the cockamamie agent wants to make me pay a co pay 459 00:22:59,592 --> 00:23:01,004 for generics. 460 00:23:01,005 --> 00:23:02,640 It's absurd. 461 00:23:02,641 --> 00:23:04,082 Gonna put me in the poor house. 462 00:23:04,083 --> 00:23:06,860 It's not like I'm taking, you know, some Cosmopolitan 463 00:23:06,861 --> 00:23:08,562 she she designer drugs. 464 00:23:08,563 --> 00:23:11,175 I've been a diabetic for 20 dang years. 465 00:23:11,176 --> 00:23:13,079 But these crooks, they just come in and... 466 00:23:13,080 --> 00:23:14,084 - Hey, hey. - What? 467 00:23:14,085 --> 00:23:15,330 - Don't curse in front of Annie. 468 00:23:15,331 --> 00:23:17,138 - What'd I say? 469 00:23:17,139 --> 00:23:18,546 Crooks? 470 00:23:18,547 --> 00:23:20,438 - The d word. 471 00:23:20,439 --> 00:23:21,439 - Drugs? 472 00:23:22,770 --> 00:23:26,044 Any rate, the pharmacist is an attractive gal. 473 00:23:26,045 --> 00:23:27,291 I will say that. 474 00:23:27,292 --> 00:23:30,375 But boy, what a... - [Grandpa] Barney? 475 00:23:37,907 --> 00:23:39,157 - Unbelievable. 476 00:23:58,496 --> 00:24:03,082 - So what do you think a 12 year old even does nowadays? 477 00:24:03,083 --> 00:24:04,767 I mean, it's the 21st century. 478 00:24:04,768 --> 00:24:06,185 So 12 would be 17 479 00:24:07,403 --> 00:24:09,126 compared to when we were 12, 480 00:24:09,127 --> 00:24:10,949 and she's from the city. 481 00:24:10,950 --> 00:24:14,367 So 17 would be about 25 in country years. 482 00:24:16,557 --> 00:24:19,678 So it's like having a 25 year old stay with you. 483 00:24:19,679 --> 00:24:23,788 I have no idea of what a 25 year old does these days. 484 00:24:23,789 --> 00:24:26,232 And I know you haven't the foggiest. 485 00:24:26,233 --> 00:24:29,383 - The Savannah theater might have a production going on. 486 00:24:29,384 --> 00:24:31,694 That might be fun for her. 487 00:24:31,695 --> 00:24:32,692 - No, no, no. 488 00:24:32,693 --> 00:24:35,312 Small town theater for a big city girl? 489 00:24:35,313 --> 00:24:37,055 No, no way. 490 00:24:37,056 --> 00:24:39,848 Although that does remind me of this small town theater 491 00:24:39,849 --> 00:24:40,903 actress that I met. 492 00:24:40,904 --> 00:24:43,404 Did I... - Shh, here she comes. 493 00:24:44,333 --> 00:24:47,406 - So Kennedy comes on board. 494 00:24:47,407 --> 00:24:49,686 And he turns to me and he says, 495 00:24:49,687 --> 00:24:51,404 "officer, I need a guide," 496 00:24:51,405 --> 00:24:52,460 and there I was, 497 00:24:52,461 --> 00:24:54,225 showing the future president around. 498 00:24:54,226 --> 00:24:55,223 - [Barney] Now wait a minute. 499 00:24:55,224 --> 00:24:57,240 Was this before or after you single handedly 500 00:24:57,241 --> 00:24:58,241 foiled the bank robbery? 501 00:24:58,242 --> 00:24:59,836 - Oh, no way before. 502 00:24:59,837 --> 00:25:01,318 The bank robbery was in '78. 503 00:25:01,319 --> 00:25:02,639 - Right, right. 504 00:25:02,640 --> 00:25:05,390 (Cheerful music) 505 00:25:10,443 --> 00:25:12,879 Alrighty, I'm off to see those d word crooks. 506 00:25:12,880 --> 00:25:14,741 Meet you back here. 507 00:25:14,742 --> 00:25:16,075 - Okay, bye bye. 508 00:25:16,926 --> 00:25:18,778 Care for a trip to the gas station? 509 00:25:18,779 --> 00:25:21,728 I need some go go juice for the eagle. 510 00:25:21,729 --> 00:25:22,817 - No thanks. 511 00:25:22,818 --> 00:25:24,342 I think I'll just window shop. 512 00:25:24,343 --> 00:25:25,426 - Okay, here. 513 00:25:26,711 --> 00:25:28,711 Get yourself a soda pop. 514 00:25:29,996 --> 00:25:31,975 (Audience applauding) 515 00:25:31,976 --> 00:25:33,419 - [Man] Hello harbour town. 516 00:25:33,420 --> 00:25:34,920 Wow, what a crowd. 517 00:25:36,445 --> 00:25:37,778 You're too kind. 518 00:25:40,094 --> 00:25:41,723 Thanks everyone for coming out today. 519 00:25:41,724 --> 00:25:42,827 You'll recognize this. 520 00:25:42,828 --> 00:25:44,403 It's one of my greatest hits. 521 00:25:44,404 --> 00:25:47,404 This one goes out to all the ladies. 522 00:25:51,612 --> 00:25:54,539 ♪ Your name and mine ♪ 523 00:25:54,540 --> 00:25:58,694 ♪ it's called a dream ♪ 524 00:25:58,695 --> 00:26:01,600 ♪ it tells the world ♪ 525 00:26:01,601 --> 00:26:04,768 ♪ what you mean to me ♪ 526 00:26:06,065 --> 00:26:07,065 - Hey honey. 527 00:26:08,754 --> 00:26:10,135 I see you've met Lance, 528 00:26:10,136 --> 00:26:12,423 one of our local talents. 529 00:26:12,424 --> 00:26:13,991 - Talents? 530 00:26:13,992 --> 00:26:16,462 He sounds like a dying whale. 531 00:26:16,463 --> 00:26:19,349 - [Grandpa] Well he's no Perry como, I'll give you that. 532 00:26:19,350 --> 00:26:21,967 He still needs to practice. 533 00:26:21,968 --> 00:26:23,316 - For what? 534 00:26:23,317 --> 00:26:25,407 - Well for the midsummer festival. 535 00:26:25,408 --> 00:26:27,204 It's a community thing. 536 00:26:27,205 --> 00:26:28,639 Anybody with a voice and a lot of nerve 537 00:26:28,640 --> 00:26:30,271 can strut their stuff. 538 00:26:30,272 --> 00:26:31,269 A few years back 539 00:26:31,270 --> 00:26:32,793 we had a guy who used to play a guitar 540 00:26:32,794 --> 00:26:35,737 and sing here to a packed crowd. 541 00:26:35,738 --> 00:26:37,951 Thousands of people every night. 542 00:26:37,952 --> 00:26:39,450 Spectacular. 543 00:26:39,451 --> 00:26:40,451 Now... 544 00:26:47,147 --> 00:26:48,897 - This is disgusting! 545 00:26:52,175 --> 00:26:53,310 - [Annie] So what happened? 546 00:26:53,311 --> 00:26:54,451 - I don't know. 547 00:26:54,452 --> 00:26:57,369 One day I guess he just gave it up. 548 00:26:58,414 --> 00:27:00,831 - Maybe captain Jack ate him. 549 00:27:05,657 --> 00:27:07,709 - Hey guys, hey. 550 00:27:07,710 --> 00:27:08,941 Train's leaving. 551 00:27:08,942 --> 00:27:10,344 You may have to help me drive. 552 00:27:10,345 --> 00:27:12,262 I've been robbed blind. 553 00:27:13,848 --> 00:27:17,719 Oh that's a nice purse you got there, captain. 554 00:27:17,720 --> 00:27:19,021 - [Announcer] Last of the seventh. 555 00:27:19,022 --> 00:27:21,772 Two outs, man on first and third. 556 00:27:22,823 --> 00:27:25,852 Trying to get back in this game. 557 00:27:25,853 --> 00:27:29,510 There's a good chance for them to get back in. 558 00:27:29,511 --> 00:27:32,213 - You can't talk to ballplayers anymore. 559 00:27:32,214 --> 00:27:35,255 I remember this one time I was at yankee stadium. 560 00:27:35,256 --> 00:27:37,041 Mickey mantle came up to bat, 561 00:27:37,042 --> 00:27:39,297 and I shouted to him from the stands. 562 00:27:39,298 --> 00:27:41,905 I said, "hey Mick, tuck your elbow in." 563 00:27:41,906 --> 00:27:44,903 He turned and he nodded to me. 564 00:27:44,904 --> 00:27:47,982 And the first pitch out, bam, right over the fence. 565 00:27:47,983 --> 00:27:52,733 And I swear he tipped his cap to me as he rounded third. 566 00:27:54,045 --> 00:27:55,502 Remember another time 567 00:27:55,503 --> 00:27:57,861 I was doing a security detail with Elvis, 568 00:27:57,862 --> 00:28:00,136 and we were backstage at some big arena. 569 00:28:00,137 --> 00:28:01,470 - Ah, that's it! 570 00:28:02,345 --> 00:28:04,526 I can't take it anymore! 571 00:28:04,527 --> 00:28:05,718 - What? 572 00:28:05,719 --> 00:28:07,150 - All your lies. 573 00:28:07,151 --> 00:28:08,427 Killing snakes. 574 00:28:08,428 --> 00:28:09,887 Hanging out with presidents. 575 00:28:09,888 --> 00:28:11,854 Now you worked for Elvis? 576 00:28:11,855 --> 00:28:13,086 - It's true. 577 00:28:13,087 --> 00:28:16,134 - The truth is you're pathetic. 578 00:28:16,135 --> 00:28:18,363 Telling lies to impress others. 579 00:28:18,364 --> 00:28:19,666 May be able to fool Barney, 580 00:28:19,667 --> 00:28:20,667 but not me. 581 00:28:21,620 --> 00:28:23,228 (Slow music) 582 00:28:23,229 --> 00:28:24,786 - Annie? 583 00:28:24,787 --> 00:28:26,237 - [Annie] Leave me alone! 584 00:28:26,238 --> 00:28:29,821 (Indistinct radio chatter) 585 00:28:32,036 --> 00:28:34,189 - [Holly] 85 bucks is the cheapest one. 586 00:28:34,190 --> 00:28:36,487 It gets you here but with a bunch of stops. 587 00:28:36,488 --> 00:28:39,071 - I don't care about the stops. 588 00:28:41,481 --> 00:28:45,134 110, enough for a decent meal and a ticket. 589 00:28:45,135 --> 00:28:46,419 When is it? 590 00:28:46,420 --> 00:28:49,296 - [Holly] Tomorrow, 6:30 am. 591 00:28:49,297 --> 00:28:51,747 - Is there another one? 592 00:28:51,748 --> 00:28:53,392 - [Holly] Thursday. 593 00:28:53,393 --> 00:28:55,021 - Forget that. 594 00:28:55,022 --> 00:28:58,025 Just don't forget to pick me up at the station, okay? 595 00:28:58,026 --> 00:28:59,384 - [Holly] You owe me one. 596 00:28:59,385 --> 00:29:00,554 Good luck. 597 00:29:00,555 --> 00:29:01,555 - Yeah. 598 00:29:05,251 --> 00:29:07,668 (Slow music) 599 00:29:13,364 --> 00:29:16,031 (Alarm beeping) 600 00:29:22,242 --> 00:29:24,492 Take that, you stupid bird. 601 00:29:26,851 --> 00:29:29,434 (Gentle music) 602 00:30:41,901 --> 00:30:42,901 Great. 603 00:30:50,088 --> 00:30:52,338 (Grunting) 604 00:30:54,949 --> 00:30:56,619 (Screaming) 605 00:30:56,620 --> 00:30:59,370 (Dramatic music) 606 00:31:01,512 --> 00:31:03,179 Help, somebody help! 607 00:31:06,579 --> 00:31:08,746 (Gasping) 608 00:31:10,066 --> 00:31:11,316 Help, somebody! 609 00:31:12,247 --> 00:31:14,414 (Gasping) 610 00:31:20,909 --> 00:31:22,076 Somebody help! 611 00:31:23,125 --> 00:31:24,542 Help, help, help! 612 00:31:26,990 --> 00:31:27,990 Help! 613 00:31:44,861 --> 00:31:45,861 - Annie! 614 00:31:49,448 --> 00:31:50,448 Annie! 615 00:32:01,068 --> 00:32:03,255 - Notice all the lace that's hand tatted 616 00:32:03,256 --> 00:32:06,327 and the intricate and delicate eyelet work. 617 00:32:06,328 --> 00:32:08,417 Now if you'll follow me into the next room, 618 00:32:08,418 --> 00:32:10,424 I'll be showing you... 619 00:32:10,425 --> 00:32:12,381 (Phone beeping) 620 00:32:12,382 --> 00:32:13,596 - Will you stop already? 621 00:32:13,597 --> 00:32:14,963 You've been calling it every five minutes. 622 00:32:14,964 --> 00:32:15,963 - I just want to hear their voices. 623 00:32:15,964 --> 00:32:16,999 Make sure they're okay. 624 00:32:17,000 --> 00:32:18,677 - I'm sure they're having a great time. 625 00:32:18,678 --> 00:32:21,289 Unlike some people I know. 626 00:32:21,290 --> 00:32:24,913 Come on, all the good stuff's in this room. 627 00:32:24,914 --> 00:32:27,414 (Dog panting) 628 00:32:38,903 --> 00:32:39,900 (Annie screaming) 629 00:32:39,901 --> 00:32:41,142 - No, it's all right, it's okay! 630 00:32:41,143 --> 00:32:42,625 - No, you stay away from me! 631 00:32:42,626 --> 00:32:44,310 - Sonia! - You just stay back! 632 00:32:44,311 --> 00:32:45,308 Stay back! 633 00:32:45,309 --> 00:32:46,316 - What, what what? 634 00:32:46,317 --> 00:32:47,803 (Annie screaming) 635 00:32:47,804 --> 00:32:49,697 Relax, relax! 636 00:32:49,698 --> 00:32:50,998 - Who are you people? - Just relax. 637 00:32:50,999 --> 00:32:52,657 Relax, I'm Sonia. 638 00:32:52,658 --> 00:32:53,729 This is Greg. 639 00:32:53,730 --> 00:32:54,730 You're safe. 640 00:32:57,580 --> 00:33:01,343 If it wasn't for Greg, you'd still be under. 641 00:33:01,344 --> 00:33:02,897 - Grandpa's boat. 642 00:33:02,898 --> 00:33:03,898 Oh no. 643 00:33:08,028 --> 00:33:10,765 - We didn't catch your name. 644 00:33:10,766 --> 00:33:12,230 - Annie. 645 00:33:12,231 --> 00:33:14,843 - Well, Annie, your clothes are drying. 646 00:33:14,844 --> 00:33:16,529 So I dressed you in these. 647 00:33:16,530 --> 00:33:17,819 - Your daughter's. 648 00:33:17,820 --> 00:33:20,438 - Greg's, his daughter Lauren. 649 00:33:20,439 --> 00:33:21,867 This is his house. 650 00:33:21,868 --> 00:33:23,563 You had us worried. 651 00:33:23,564 --> 00:33:25,723 I didn't know who to call for you. 652 00:33:25,724 --> 00:33:28,098 No ID, no anything. 653 00:33:28,099 --> 00:33:30,849 Just a plastic bag full of money. 654 00:33:36,379 --> 00:33:37,379 Hungry? 655 00:33:47,004 --> 00:33:48,871 Easy, easy child. 656 00:33:48,872 --> 00:33:52,289 There's plenty more where that come from. 657 00:33:55,420 --> 00:33:58,003 (Gentle music) 658 00:34:07,010 --> 00:34:10,070 - I just wanted to say thank you. 659 00:34:10,071 --> 00:34:11,071 - It's okay. 660 00:34:14,695 --> 00:34:16,225 - You build boats? 661 00:34:16,226 --> 00:34:17,227 - Not really. 662 00:34:17,228 --> 00:34:18,571 I'm a handyman. 663 00:34:18,572 --> 00:34:19,576 I fix things. 664 00:34:19,577 --> 00:34:22,438 - Greg's been helping folks out around here for years. 665 00:34:22,439 --> 00:34:25,022 - The other night in the woods, 666 00:34:25,997 --> 00:34:28,029 I thought you were captain Jack. 667 00:34:28,030 --> 00:34:30,625 (Chuckling) 668 00:34:30,626 --> 00:34:32,609 - Greg's got a lot of spirit, honey, 669 00:34:32,610 --> 00:34:35,254 but he ain't no ghost. 670 00:34:35,255 --> 00:34:36,296 - Yeah, I'm really sorry. 671 00:34:36,297 --> 00:34:38,763 The other night I was picking up my groceries. 672 00:34:38,764 --> 00:34:40,627 I really didn't mean to scare you. 673 00:34:40,628 --> 00:34:41,910 - You didn't. 674 00:34:41,911 --> 00:34:45,628 I mean, it was night and like thick woods. 675 00:34:45,629 --> 00:34:46,944 You know. 676 00:34:46,945 --> 00:34:48,721 - [Sonia and Greg] City kid. 677 00:34:48,722 --> 00:34:49,755 - How'd you know? 678 00:34:49,756 --> 00:34:51,181 - Seen it all before. 679 00:34:51,182 --> 00:34:53,805 Y'all have a hard time to adjusting down here. 680 00:34:53,806 --> 00:34:55,363 It's where's the mall! 681 00:34:55,364 --> 00:34:57,361 Where's the arcade? 682 00:34:57,362 --> 00:34:59,029 Where's my cable TV? 683 00:35:00,782 --> 00:35:03,279 - This is supposed to be a vacation. 684 00:35:03,280 --> 00:35:04,870 No fun. 685 00:35:04,871 --> 00:35:06,367 No hangouts. 686 00:35:06,368 --> 00:35:07,761 No cool music. 687 00:35:07,762 --> 00:35:10,827 I mean, there's just nothing to do around here. 688 00:35:10,828 --> 00:35:13,598 - Well, down here we have different kinds of music. 689 00:35:13,599 --> 00:35:15,678 You know, we have the leaves and the trees 690 00:35:15,679 --> 00:35:17,878 and the sound of the birds. 691 00:35:17,879 --> 00:35:18,882 - Trust me. 692 00:35:18,883 --> 00:35:20,312 That bird waking me up every morning 693 00:35:20,313 --> 00:35:21,835 deserves to be shot. 694 00:35:21,836 --> 00:35:24,290 (Chuckling) 695 00:35:24,291 --> 00:35:27,478 - Well, I bet your grandpa has a collection of cool stuff. 696 00:35:27,479 --> 00:35:28,562 - Yeah, dust. 697 00:35:29,799 --> 00:35:31,466 And ancient records. 698 00:35:32,458 --> 00:35:35,497 Stuff like jazz and Tommy dorky. 699 00:35:35,498 --> 00:35:36,507 No young music. 700 00:35:36,508 --> 00:35:38,841 (Chuckling) 701 00:35:40,018 --> 00:35:41,339 What about your daughter? 702 00:35:41,340 --> 00:35:42,923 What does she like? 703 00:35:45,138 --> 00:35:48,165 - Well, you know, she, Lauren, 704 00:35:48,166 --> 00:35:49,583 she's likes uh... 705 00:35:51,440 --> 00:35:54,063 - Your parents must be worried about you. 706 00:35:54,064 --> 00:35:57,071 - I'm staying with my grandpa. 707 00:35:57,072 --> 00:35:59,014 - Well, Greg doesn't have a phone, 708 00:35:59,015 --> 00:36:00,869 and I live just right up the road. 709 00:36:00,870 --> 00:36:02,981 You can call him from there. 710 00:36:02,982 --> 00:36:05,982 - Actually, I don't know his number. 711 00:36:07,440 --> 00:36:10,045 - Well, you know his address, don't you? 712 00:36:10,046 --> 00:36:11,296 - 17 something. 713 00:36:13,686 --> 00:36:16,838 - Well, we'll figure something out. 714 00:36:16,839 --> 00:36:18,095 Come on. 715 00:36:18,096 --> 00:36:21,096 Let's go see if the clothes are dry. 716 00:36:32,107 --> 00:36:33,295 - It's good! 717 00:36:33,296 --> 00:36:34,963 Give it to me again. 718 00:36:39,165 --> 00:36:41,363 Hey there, Sonia. 719 00:36:41,364 --> 00:36:43,101 You getting ready to mc the festival again this year? 720 00:36:43,102 --> 00:36:44,553 - I'm looking forward to it. 721 00:36:44,554 --> 00:36:46,457 - You know, I've been practicing real hard. 722 00:36:46,458 --> 00:36:47,845 Me, me, me. 723 00:36:47,846 --> 00:36:50,162 (Chuckling) 724 00:36:50,163 --> 00:36:52,768 So what brings you back to the old sweat shop? 725 00:36:52,769 --> 00:36:55,560 - Well, my friend is looking for her grandpa, 726 00:36:55,561 --> 00:36:56,881 Donald Brooks. 727 00:36:56,882 --> 00:36:58,243 You know him? 728 00:36:58,244 --> 00:37:02,411 (Indistinct police radio chatter) 729 00:37:04,565 --> 00:37:08,732 - Well, it looks like we found our missing person. 730 00:37:10,234 --> 00:37:12,651 (Slow music) 731 00:37:40,155 --> 00:37:41,373 - Hey there. 732 00:37:41,374 --> 00:37:42,985 Anybody up for a game of rummy? 733 00:37:42,986 --> 00:37:45,735 - Where the heck have you two been? 734 00:37:45,736 --> 00:37:48,102 - Or maybe solitaire. 735 00:37:48,103 --> 00:37:50,156 - We've been calling and calling worried sick 736 00:37:50,157 --> 00:37:51,399 about you two. 737 00:37:51,400 --> 00:37:52,404 - [Father] You were calling. 738 00:37:52,405 --> 00:37:53,570 I said they were fine. 739 00:37:53,571 --> 00:37:55,937 - All right, let's have it. 740 00:37:55,938 --> 00:37:56,938 - Mom... 741 00:37:57,763 --> 00:37:59,538 - It was all my fault. 742 00:37:59,539 --> 00:38:01,218 I dragged her into harbour town 743 00:38:01,219 --> 00:38:03,090 because I had to run some errands. 744 00:38:03,091 --> 00:38:05,149 - All day long? 745 00:38:05,150 --> 00:38:07,116 - We had some car trouble. 746 00:38:07,117 --> 00:38:08,216 - What is wrong with you? 747 00:38:08,217 --> 00:38:10,052 Didn't it occur to you that this godforsaken jalopy 748 00:38:10,053 --> 00:38:13,084 might break down or worse yet, get in an accident? 749 00:38:13,085 --> 00:38:14,603 - I'm sorry. 750 00:38:14,604 --> 00:38:15,847 - You're the adult here. 751 00:38:15,848 --> 00:38:17,148 It seems like Annie's got a lot more 752 00:38:17,149 --> 00:38:18,783 common sense than you do. 753 00:38:18,784 --> 00:38:20,018 - [Father] Carol. 754 00:38:20,019 --> 00:38:21,141 - Don't Carol me. 755 00:38:21,142 --> 00:38:23,917 I have every reason to be angry. 756 00:38:23,918 --> 00:38:26,821 Annie, you go inside now. 757 00:38:26,822 --> 00:38:27,822 Go. 758 00:38:29,435 --> 00:38:30,435 Go! 759 00:38:35,081 --> 00:38:37,031 We were calling and calling and raced back here 760 00:38:37,032 --> 00:38:37,990 to sit on that porch 761 00:38:37,991 --> 00:38:39,708 and wait for you for an hour. 762 00:38:39,709 --> 00:38:41,680 Then it just turns out that you're driving around 763 00:38:41,681 --> 00:38:44,777 in this clunker, doing errands. 764 00:38:44,778 --> 00:38:47,263 - [Grandpa] We just thought it would take a few minutes. 765 00:38:47,264 --> 00:38:49,238 - [Carol] Why didn't you call? 766 00:38:49,239 --> 00:38:50,628 - I don't have one of those cell phones. 767 00:38:50,629 --> 00:38:51,852 - Well there are payphones. 768 00:38:51,853 --> 00:38:52,857 Didn't you listen to me? 769 00:38:52,858 --> 00:38:53,884 I didn't want Annie to go. 770 00:38:53,885 --> 00:38:56,033 - I didn't know you were telling me 771 00:38:56,034 --> 00:38:57,951 not to leave the house. 772 00:39:04,852 --> 00:39:05,852 - You okay? 773 00:39:07,410 --> 00:39:08,410 - Yeah. 774 00:39:09,541 --> 00:39:11,029 It's just, 775 00:39:11,030 --> 00:39:13,770 why does she have to be so hard on him? 776 00:39:13,771 --> 00:39:16,986 - Well, you know your mom and grandpa Don, 777 00:39:16,987 --> 00:39:19,713 they don't always get along. 778 00:39:19,714 --> 00:39:23,104 It's kind of been like that for awhile. 779 00:39:23,105 --> 00:39:25,970 - So then why did we come here? 780 00:39:25,971 --> 00:39:29,259 - Well Annie, family is important. 781 00:39:29,260 --> 00:39:30,758 And just because you don't agree with everybody 782 00:39:30,759 --> 00:39:34,009 doesn't mean you don't care about them. 783 00:39:36,828 --> 00:39:37,828 - Dad, 784 00:39:39,594 --> 00:39:40,594 this morning 785 00:39:41,522 --> 00:39:42,522 I, 786 00:39:45,260 --> 00:39:46,260 I, 787 00:39:47,964 --> 00:39:49,214 I got up early. 788 00:39:50,258 --> 00:39:53,339 I've been having trouble sleeping. 789 00:39:53,340 --> 00:39:54,614 - Do you want to pack up your stuff 790 00:39:54,615 --> 00:39:56,028 and stay with us tonight? 791 00:39:56,029 --> 00:39:57,279 - No, I'm fine. 792 00:39:58,636 --> 00:39:59,640 - You sure? 793 00:39:59,641 --> 00:40:00,641 - Really. 794 00:40:02,306 --> 00:40:05,973 Plus you and mom deserves some quality time. 795 00:40:08,466 --> 00:40:09,670 (Gentle piano music) 796 00:40:09,671 --> 00:40:12,921 - It's a very considerate thing to say. 797 00:40:13,899 --> 00:40:16,149 What's it going to cost me? 798 00:40:31,927 --> 00:40:34,510 (Soft snoring) 799 00:41:08,310 --> 00:41:11,227 (Traffic whirring) 800 00:42:40,514 --> 00:42:43,097 (Upbeat music) 801 00:42:52,537 --> 00:42:55,386 ♪ Papa loves mambo ♪ 802 00:42:55,387 --> 00:42:58,372 ♪ mama loves mambo ♪ 803 00:42:58,373 --> 00:42:59,980 ♪ look at them sway with it ♪ 804 00:42:59,981 --> 00:43:01,251 ♪ getting so gay with it ♪ 805 00:43:01,252 --> 00:43:04,452 ♪ shouting ole with it wow ♪ 806 00:43:04,453 --> 00:43:07,220 ♪ papa loves mambo ♪ 807 00:43:07,221 --> 00:43:10,138 ♪ mama loves mambo ♪ 808 00:44:00,208 --> 00:44:02,467 - Like a wet napkin? 809 00:44:02,468 --> 00:44:03,468 - Perfect. 810 00:44:04,599 --> 00:44:06,932 (Chuckling) 811 00:44:09,326 --> 00:44:10,794 - Grandpa, 812 00:44:10,795 --> 00:44:11,795 I just... 813 00:44:13,758 --> 00:44:16,508 - I'm just glad you're all right. 814 00:44:20,784 --> 00:44:23,117 - What was grandma Dee like? 815 00:44:24,534 --> 00:44:26,138 - She was nice. 816 00:44:26,139 --> 00:44:28,139 She was very nice. 817 00:44:28,140 --> 00:44:31,723 - No, I mean I really want to know, really. 818 00:44:36,307 --> 00:44:39,071 - When I first met her I had goosebumps. 819 00:44:39,072 --> 00:44:41,735 She was a cheerleader from the rival high school team 820 00:44:41,736 --> 00:44:42,970 across town. 821 00:44:42,971 --> 00:44:45,583 I was a wide receiver and I was trying to impress her 822 00:44:45,584 --> 00:44:47,612 with my acrobatic catches. 823 00:44:47,613 --> 00:44:49,973 On this one play I ran out of bounds, 824 00:44:49,974 --> 00:44:51,738 and I ran right up to her 825 00:44:51,739 --> 00:44:54,197 and she said, "who are you?" 826 00:44:54,198 --> 00:44:56,810 And I said, "I'm the man you're going to marry someday." 827 00:44:56,811 --> 00:44:57,808 - No way. 828 00:44:57,808 --> 00:44:58,806 - Yeah. 829 00:44:58,807 --> 00:44:59,839 She didn't want to date me at first. 830 00:44:59,840 --> 00:45:04,572 But I sent her a single yellow Rose every day for two weeks. 831 00:45:04,573 --> 00:45:06,238 And she finally gave in, 832 00:45:06,239 --> 00:45:09,489 and after a few years she said, "I do." 833 00:45:11,004 --> 00:45:13,302 - How long were you married? 834 00:45:13,303 --> 00:45:17,553 - This August would have been our 48th anniversary. 835 00:45:21,504 --> 00:45:23,220 - I'm so sorry. 836 00:45:23,221 --> 00:45:24,416 I really didn't mean... 837 00:45:24,417 --> 00:45:25,999 - No, no it's all right. 838 00:45:26,000 --> 00:45:27,269 She's still here. 839 00:45:27,270 --> 00:45:29,155 She's all over this house. 840 00:45:29,156 --> 00:45:31,938 That chess set there is a good example. 841 00:45:31,939 --> 00:45:33,106 Bring it over. 842 00:45:38,006 --> 00:45:39,006 That's it. 843 00:45:41,612 --> 00:45:44,445 Your grandma gave me this in 1957. 844 00:45:47,089 --> 00:45:48,756 She had it engraved. 845 00:45:55,440 --> 00:45:57,273 - To Donald, love Dee. 846 00:45:58,229 --> 00:45:59,229 August 1957. 847 00:46:02,107 --> 00:46:03,107 Wow. 848 00:46:04,492 --> 00:46:05,742 It's beautiful. 849 00:46:06,784 --> 00:46:09,201 Can you teach me how to play? 850 00:46:10,219 --> 00:46:12,286 - On one condition. 851 00:46:12,287 --> 00:46:14,040 - What's that? 852 00:46:14,041 --> 00:46:16,243 - That we'll go out and buy you a new wardrobe. 853 00:46:16,244 --> 00:46:19,344 That one outfit is not going to cut it. 854 00:46:19,345 --> 00:46:20,575 Okay. 855 00:46:20,576 --> 00:46:23,488 Let's start with the king. 856 00:46:23,489 --> 00:46:28,489 (Upbeat music) (Traffic whirring) 857 00:46:33,003 --> 00:46:34,453 ♪ I've got a message ♪ 858 00:46:34,454 --> 00:46:36,699 ♪ but I've got no plan ♪ 859 00:46:36,700 --> 00:46:40,902 ♪ doing whatever the best I can ♪ 860 00:46:40,903 --> 00:46:42,917 ♪ nothing special ♪ 861 00:46:42,918 --> 00:46:45,005 ♪ nothing new ♪ 862 00:46:45,006 --> 00:46:48,767 ♪ doing whatever I was born to do ♪ 863 00:46:48,768 --> 00:46:52,495 ♪ no expectations to mess up my day ♪ 864 00:46:52,496 --> 00:46:55,199 ♪ wherever I'm going ♪ 865 00:46:55,200 --> 00:46:57,100 ♪ I'm on my way ♪ 866 00:46:57,101 --> 00:46:59,983 ♪ a girl like me ♪ 867 00:46:59,984 --> 00:47:01,730 ♪ you know the one ♪ 868 00:47:01,731 --> 00:47:03,919 ♪ even when she's serious ♪ 869 00:47:03,920 --> 00:47:06,250 ♪ she's having fun ♪ 870 00:47:06,251 --> 00:47:08,250 ♪ a girl like me ♪ 871 00:47:08,251 --> 00:47:10,362 ♪ what do you think ♪ 872 00:47:10,363 --> 00:47:14,768 ♪ is it a problem that I look good in pink ♪ 873 00:47:14,769 --> 00:47:16,698 ♪ maybe I should change ♪ 874 00:47:16,699 --> 00:47:19,601 ♪ or wouldn't that be strange ♪ 875 00:47:19,602 --> 00:47:24,602 ♪ 'cause I wouldn't be a girl like me ♪ 876 00:47:25,499 --> 00:47:30,499 ♪ a girl like me ♪ 877 00:47:30,971 --> 00:47:35,541 ♪ I don't get angry and I don't complain ♪ 878 00:47:35,542 --> 00:47:39,965 ♪ doing whatever I can't explain ♪ 879 00:47:39,966 --> 00:47:44,181 ♪ nothing's perfect for too long ♪ 880 00:47:44,182 --> 00:47:46,104 ♪ if everything is right ♪ 881 00:47:46,105 --> 00:47:47,685 ♪ then something's wrong ♪ 882 00:47:47,686 --> 00:47:51,568 ♪ no complications to mess up my day ♪ 883 00:47:51,569 --> 00:47:54,361 ♪ wherever I'm going ♪ 884 00:47:54,362 --> 00:47:56,389 ♪ I'm on my way ♪ 885 00:47:56,390 --> 00:47:58,852 ♪ a girl like me ♪ 886 00:47:58,853 --> 00:48:00,627 ♪ you know the one ♪ 887 00:48:00,628 --> 00:48:05,054 ♪ even when she's serious she's having fun ♪ 888 00:48:05,055 --> 00:48:07,118 ♪ a girl like me ♪ 889 00:48:07,119 --> 00:48:09,355 ♪ what do you think ♪ 890 00:48:09,356 --> 00:48:13,689 ♪ is it a problem that I look good in pink ♪ 891 00:48:13,690 --> 00:48:15,823 ♪ maybe I should change ♪ 892 00:48:15,824 --> 00:48:18,441 ♪ but wouldn't that be strange ♪ 893 00:48:18,442 --> 00:48:22,942 ♪ 'cause I wouldn't be a girl like me ♪ 894 00:48:25,535 --> 00:48:27,341 - You find an email address written on a napkin 895 00:48:27,342 --> 00:48:28,758 in her pants pocket. 896 00:48:28,759 --> 00:48:31,081 You, a, confront her about it. 897 00:48:31,082 --> 00:48:34,020 B, throw it away and see if she notices, 898 00:48:34,021 --> 00:48:36,069 or c, forget about it. 899 00:48:36,070 --> 00:48:37,068 You trust her. 900 00:48:37,069 --> 00:48:38,072 - What's an email? 901 00:48:38,073 --> 00:48:39,552 - Grandpa. 902 00:48:39,553 --> 00:48:40,720 - Okay, um, c? 903 00:48:42,517 --> 00:48:43,684 - Good answer. 904 00:48:45,186 --> 00:48:46,287 Grandpa, go away. 905 00:48:46,288 --> 00:48:47,286 No, no, no. 906 00:48:47,286 --> 00:48:48,285 Come back. 907 00:48:48,286 --> 00:48:49,785 No, go away. 908 00:48:49,786 --> 00:48:52,259 - Hi. 909 00:49:00,456 --> 00:49:01,456 - Bye. 910 00:49:02,431 --> 00:49:03,431 - Bye. 911 00:49:05,999 --> 00:49:07,499 - Hi, bye, smooth. 912 00:49:08,811 --> 00:49:11,582 - Oh be quiet. - Very smooth. 913 00:49:11,583 --> 00:49:13,941 I'm gonna have to meet Barney at the drug store. 914 00:49:13,942 --> 00:49:14,942 Uh oh. 915 00:49:20,680 --> 00:49:21,992 Howdy, sheriff. 916 00:49:21,993 --> 00:49:22,993 - Donald. 917 00:49:24,126 --> 00:49:26,141 Well, there's Annie. 918 00:49:26,142 --> 00:49:29,266 Master and commander of the Donald one. 919 00:49:29,267 --> 00:49:31,100 Ever find your vessel? 920 00:49:33,774 --> 00:49:34,806 This your car? 921 00:49:34,807 --> 00:49:36,167 - Yes sir. 922 00:49:36,168 --> 00:49:37,510 - Runs like panther. 923 00:49:37,511 --> 00:49:38,511 - Uh huh. 924 00:49:42,563 --> 00:49:43,937 What was it, 56? 925 00:49:43,938 --> 00:49:44,938 - 55. - 55. 926 00:49:46,008 --> 00:49:47,613 It's a good idea taking two spots like that. 927 00:49:47,614 --> 00:49:49,781 That way nobody bumps it. 928 00:49:54,444 --> 00:49:57,861 Yeah, I was just admiring an old classic. 929 00:50:00,412 --> 00:50:04,332 Use a coat of wax, though, don't you think? 930 00:50:04,333 --> 00:50:06,272 Good luck finding your boat. 931 00:50:06,273 --> 00:50:09,606 I'll let you know if anything washes up. 932 00:50:14,196 --> 00:50:15,375 (Indistinct radio chatter) - See if we can find 933 00:50:15,376 --> 00:50:17,126 some real music here. 934 00:50:18,406 --> 00:50:19,963 Hey, there we go. 935 00:50:19,964 --> 00:50:20,797 - Remember that? 936 00:50:20,798 --> 00:50:22,109 - Sure, remember it, I owned it. 937 00:50:22,110 --> 00:50:24,024 That's great. 938 00:50:24,025 --> 00:50:26,761 Oh yeah, takes you back, huh? 939 00:50:26,762 --> 00:50:28,359 - Grandpa, can I drive? 940 00:50:28,360 --> 00:50:30,374 - What, you wanna get us killed? 941 00:50:30,375 --> 00:50:31,521 - Oh come on. 942 00:50:31,522 --> 00:50:33,494 - No, what if a cop saw us 943 00:50:33,495 --> 00:50:35,083 or worse, your mother. 944 00:50:35,084 --> 00:50:36,907 - There are only three cops on this island. 945 00:50:36,908 --> 00:50:39,301 And all I do is play paper football all day. 946 00:50:39,302 --> 00:50:41,384 - Look, driving a car is a little harder 947 00:50:41,385 --> 00:50:42,993 than driving a boat, 948 00:50:42,994 --> 00:50:45,101 and I think we all know how that turned out, missy. 949 00:50:45,102 --> 00:50:46,267 - I don't know, Annie. 950 00:50:46,268 --> 00:50:48,427 - Okay, I guess when I'm your age 951 00:50:48,428 --> 00:50:49,804 I won't be able to tell my grandkids 952 00:50:49,805 --> 00:50:51,953 my grandpa taught me how to drive. 953 00:50:51,954 --> 00:50:55,553 Just have to tell them some random boyfriend did it instead. 954 00:50:55,554 --> 00:50:57,561 (Tires screeching) 955 00:50:57,562 --> 00:50:59,396 - [Barney] Are you crazy, captain? 956 00:50:59,397 --> 00:51:01,531 - [Grandpa] Oh, don't get your panties in a bunch. 957 00:51:01,532 --> 00:51:02,530 Live a little. 958 00:51:02,531 --> 00:51:03,681 - [Barney] Yeah, well I'd like to live a lot. 959 00:51:03,682 --> 00:51:08,099 That's the problem. (Whimsical music) 960 00:51:09,398 --> 00:51:11,066 - You'll be okay, Barney. 961 00:51:11,067 --> 00:51:12,079 I'm a good driver. 962 00:51:12,080 --> 00:51:13,482 - Yeah, I just hope they spell my name right 963 00:51:13,483 --> 00:51:14,983 in the obituaries. 964 00:51:16,815 --> 00:51:18,398 Take it easy, yeah. 965 00:51:21,931 --> 00:51:24,955 - Turn a little bit to your right, to your right. 966 00:51:24,956 --> 00:51:27,127 - Just watch out, watch out, there's a... 967 00:51:27,128 --> 00:51:28,128 - Oh oh! 968 00:51:29,537 --> 00:51:31,204 - Are you happy now? 969 00:51:32,287 --> 00:51:33,934 Why don't we practice stopping. 970 00:51:33,935 --> 00:51:36,419 Let's practice stopping. 971 00:51:36,420 --> 00:51:39,337 Practice pulling over and stopping. 972 00:51:44,148 --> 00:51:45,161 - Thank you very much. 973 00:51:45,162 --> 00:51:46,162 - Ma'am. 974 00:51:46,868 --> 00:51:48,211 - I think Mr. Brooks will fit in quite nicely 975 00:51:48,212 --> 00:51:49,582 to our little community here. 976 00:51:49,583 --> 00:51:50,420 - Thank you, Mr. Bailey. 977 00:51:50,420 --> 00:51:51,253 Thanks for showing us around. 978 00:51:51,254 --> 00:51:52,660 - [Bailey] You have my card if you need anything. 979 00:51:52,661 --> 00:51:56,578 - [Father] Thanks. (Slow music) 980 00:51:57,490 --> 00:51:58,490 Carol? 981 00:52:08,246 --> 00:52:10,746 - Is this what it's all about? 982 00:52:11,918 --> 00:52:13,646 - This one seems like a nice place. 983 00:52:13,647 --> 00:52:15,284 - I mean for us. 984 00:52:15,285 --> 00:52:17,678 - Don't you think you're jumping the gun a little? 985 00:52:17,679 --> 00:52:21,065 Unless they offer an early bird discount. 986 00:52:21,066 --> 00:52:24,377 - Would you remarry if I were, you know... 987 00:52:24,378 --> 00:52:25,956 - What? 988 00:52:25,957 --> 00:52:27,582 - Because I'm telling you I would. 989 00:52:27,583 --> 00:52:28,671 I don't like to be alone. 990 00:52:28,672 --> 00:52:29,672 It's scary. 991 00:52:32,620 --> 00:52:34,585 I know we're not always happy. 992 00:52:34,586 --> 00:52:38,586 - Honey, I don't know anyone who's always happy. 993 00:52:39,460 --> 00:52:40,293 You know, it's hard. 994 00:52:40,294 --> 00:52:42,793 Long business hours and trips, 995 00:52:44,585 --> 00:52:46,813 and it's just the way it is for now. 996 00:52:46,814 --> 00:52:48,114 - Yeah. 997 00:52:48,115 --> 00:52:49,747 I grew up that way. 998 00:52:49,748 --> 00:52:51,096 My daddy was always gone. 999 00:52:51,097 --> 00:52:53,522 He was never there for me, 1000 00:52:53,523 --> 00:52:55,023 and I resented it, 1001 00:52:56,143 --> 00:52:57,912 and now I'm putting him here. 1002 00:52:57,913 --> 00:52:59,944 I know it's the responsible thing to do. 1003 00:52:59,945 --> 00:53:04,195 One day Annie's gonna do the responsible thing too. 1004 00:53:06,141 --> 00:53:07,635 - Yeah, well maybe to you. 1005 00:53:07,636 --> 00:53:08,719 She likes me. 1006 00:53:10,167 --> 00:53:11,769 - That's it. 1007 00:53:11,770 --> 00:53:12,770 That's it! 1008 00:53:56,299 --> 00:53:58,896 - Annie, you're not going to believe this. 1009 00:53:58,897 --> 00:53:59,897 - What? 1010 00:54:00,944 --> 00:54:02,389 - That's checkmate. 1011 00:54:02,390 --> 00:54:03,390 - It is? 1012 00:54:04,379 --> 00:54:05,679 - [Grandpa] You win. 1013 00:54:05,680 --> 00:54:07,109 - I win? 1014 00:54:07,110 --> 00:54:08,107 I beat you? 1015 00:54:08,108 --> 00:54:09,530 I beat you! 1016 00:54:09,531 --> 00:54:11,484 Yippee, I did it! 1017 00:54:11,485 --> 00:54:12,887 Finally I... - What's all the racket? 1018 00:54:12,888 --> 00:54:14,923 - I just beat grandpa at chess! 1019 00:54:14,924 --> 00:54:18,091 Yes! (Whimsical music) 1020 00:54:49,768 --> 00:54:52,935 (Gentle guitar music) 1021 00:55:17,437 --> 00:55:18,604 - Oh wow, hey. 1022 00:55:21,618 --> 00:55:25,682 I was just putting away some old stuff. 1023 00:55:25,683 --> 00:55:27,350 Just messing around. 1024 00:55:30,722 --> 00:55:33,829 - I made you some frogmore stew and hoppin' John. 1025 00:55:33,830 --> 00:55:36,163 Thought you might be hungry. 1026 00:55:37,385 --> 00:55:38,385 - Thanks. 1027 00:55:40,666 --> 00:55:41,666 - Um hum. 1028 00:55:48,116 --> 00:55:49,283 Sounded good. 1029 00:55:55,067 --> 00:55:56,595 - [Grandpa] That's fresh local shrimp, Annie. 1030 00:55:56,596 --> 00:55:58,049 Best you can get. 1031 00:55:58,050 --> 00:56:01,751 - Wow, grandma's famous seafood gumbo is a lot of work. 1032 00:56:01,752 --> 00:56:04,624 - Yeah, I can't say I always helped out either. 1033 00:56:04,625 --> 00:56:07,244 I usually found some excuse or other to get out of it. 1034 00:56:07,245 --> 00:56:09,484 - Kind of like me with mom. 1035 00:56:09,485 --> 00:56:11,136 I guess we're a lot of like, huh? 1036 00:56:11,137 --> 00:56:12,449 - Yeah. 1037 00:56:12,450 --> 00:56:13,863 Of course the thing is, I regret it now. 1038 00:56:13,864 --> 00:56:15,361 All those, 1039 00:56:15,362 --> 00:56:18,175 all those times I could have been with her, 1040 00:56:18,176 --> 00:56:19,259 and I wasn't. 1041 00:56:20,949 --> 00:56:23,641 - It was lung cancer, right? 1042 00:56:23,642 --> 00:56:24,642 - Yeah. 1043 00:56:27,749 --> 00:56:29,760 - Don't be like me, Annie girl. 1044 00:56:29,761 --> 00:56:31,713 Be better than me. 1045 00:56:31,714 --> 00:56:35,214 Find time for those people you care about. 1046 00:56:36,690 --> 00:56:40,821 (Door slamming) (Woman shouting) 1047 00:56:40,822 --> 00:56:42,156 - Are you okay? 1048 00:56:42,157 --> 00:56:43,219 - Carol? 1049 00:56:43,220 --> 00:56:44,220 - She's fine. 1050 00:56:44,221 --> 00:56:45,219 - I'm not fine. 1051 00:56:45,220 --> 00:56:47,404 That dumb thing almost killed me. 1052 00:56:47,405 --> 00:56:49,304 (Loud crashing) 1053 00:56:49,305 --> 00:56:52,542 - Can't believe you forgot about my security system. 1054 00:56:52,543 --> 00:56:54,970 - Yeah, it usually prevents people from spying. 1055 00:56:54,971 --> 00:56:56,471 - I wasn't spying. 1056 00:56:59,875 --> 00:57:00,988 - This is really good. 1057 00:57:00,989 --> 00:57:02,320 - Um hum. 1058 00:57:02,321 --> 00:57:04,631 - We copied it exactly from grandma's old recipe. 1059 00:57:04,632 --> 00:57:08,892 - I'm pretty sure daddy didn't do it from memory. 1060 00:57:08,893 --> 00:57:10,818 - Annie, you should ask your mother how I used to find her 1061 00:57:10,819 --> 00:57:13,095 when she ran away from home. 1062 00:57:13,096 --> 00:57:14,763 - You used to ditch? 1063 00:57:15,939 --> 00:57:17,542 - Wasn't on for that leaky container 1064 00:57:17,543 --> 00:57:19,218 I might've made it all the way to Alaska. 1065 00:57:19,219 --> 00:57:21,175 (Chuckling) 1066 00:57:21,176 --> 00:57:22,856 - Container? 1067 00:57:22,857 --> 00:57:24,506 This little rebel one day decided 1068 00:57:24,507 --> 00:57:26,166 to pack up and leave, right? 1069 00:57:26,167 --> 00:57:28,791 I look outside and there's a trail of seafood gumbo 1070 00:57:28,792 --> 00:57:30,231 all the way to the main road. 1071 00:57:30,232 --> 00:57:31,591 - No way. 1072 00:57:31,592 --> 00:57:33,287 - I followed it to the drain depot. 1073 00:57:33,288 --> 00:57:37,428 And there she was with a wet pillowcase. 1074 00:57:37,429 --> 00:57:39,096 - I love that story. 1075 00:57:40,205 --> 00:57:41,623 You did some crazy things when you were a kid. 1076 00:57:41,624 --> 00:57:42,621 You were a rebel. 1077 00:57:42,622 --> 00:57:45,204 - I had a lot to rebel against. 1078 00:57:50,794 --> 00:57:53,525 - So what have you guys been up to? 1079 00:57:53,526 --> 00:57:55,221 - Nothing much. 1080 00:57:55,222 --> 00:57:56,506 Just buying junk food, 1081 00:57:56,507 --> 00:57:57,952 trying on bikinis. 1082 00:57:57,953 --> 00:57:59,129 Grandpa let me drive his car, 1083 00:57:59,130 --> 00:58:02,130 and oh yeah, we always got arrested. 1084 00:58:03,894 --> 00:58:04,977 - Ha, ha, ha. 1085 00:58:06,364 --> 00:58:09,755 - The detail in this furniture was incredible. 1086 00:58:09,756 --> 00:58:11,621 And to think that you were sitting in a chair 1087 00:58:11,622 --> 00:58:13,258 that was 150 years old. 1088 00:58:13,259 --> 00:58:16,088 - Wow, that's almost as old as I am. 1089 00:58:16,089 --> 00:58:17,395 - You take any pictures? 1090 00:58:17,396 --> 00:58:18,395 - Yeah a bunch. 1091 00:58:18,395 --> 00:58:19,228 Go get mom's camera. 1092 00:58:19,228 --> 00:58:20,061 I'll show them to you. 1093 00:58:20,062 --> 00:58:21,119 - Cool. 1094 00:58:21,120 --> 00:58:22,552 - Honey, is that a new shirt? 1095 00:58:22,553 --> 00:58:24,221 I don't remember seeing it before. 1096 00:58:24,222 --> 00:58:25,533 - This old thing? 1097 00:58:25,534 --> 00:58:29,034 You really hit your head hard, didn't you? 1098 00:58:31,715 --> 00:58:34,798 (Indistinct chatter) 1099 00:58:38,387 --> 00:58:41,304 (Slow piano music) 1100 00:58:43,133 --> 00:58:44,466 Retirement home? 1101 00:58:58,402 --> 00:59:01,221 - [Father] Annie, you finding it okay? 1102 00:59:01,222 --> 00:59:03,805 - Be right out. - [Father] Okay. 1103 00:59:41,690 --> 00:59:45,298 (Knocking on door) 1104 00:59:45,299 --> 00:59:47,684 - Goodnight, Annie. 1105 00:59:47,685 --> 00:59:48,685 You okay? 1106 00:59:49,508 --> 00:59:50,341 - Yeah. 1107 00:59:50,341 --> 00:59:51,341 - You sure? 1108 00:59:54,657 --> 00:59:55,657 - Grandpa? 1109 00:59:56,602 --> 00:59:57,602 - Yeah? 1110 00:59:58,783 --> 00:59:59,783 - Nevermind. 1111 01:00:06,421 --> 01:00:07,421 I love you. 1112 01:01:01,659 --> 01:01:03,471 - You are going down today, captain. 1113 01:01:03,472 --> 01:01:05,410 I feel like king rummy. 1114 01:01:05,411 --> 01:01:07,091 - You mean king dummy? 1115 01:01:07,092 --> 01:01:08,682 - Ha, ha, ha, you wish. 1116 01:01:08,683 --> 01:01:10,178 - Can I go visit Ashley? 1117 01:01:10,179 --> 01:01:12,399 - Are you tired of us old croakers? 1118 01:01:12,400 --> 01:01:13,418 - See you. 1119 01:01:13,419 --> 01:01:16,175 - Now you tell her no screaming, pop rock, hippity hop 1120 01:01:16,176 --> 01:01:17,903 jam sessions over there. 1121 01:01:17,904 --> 01:01:20,015 - You're really hip. 1122 01:01:20,016 --> 01:01:23,253 - It's hip, as in replacement. 1123 01:01:23,254 --> 01:01:24,921 - You too? - Um hum. 1124 01:01:28,758 --> 01:01:29,780 - Hey ash. 1125 01:01:29,781 --> 01:01:31,193 - Cool chick. 1126 01:01:31,194 --> 01:01:33,514 - [Annie] I heard you were back in town. 1127 01:01:33,515 --> 01:01:34,965 How was L.A.? 1128 01:01:34,966 --> 01:01:36,372 - I got bumped, 1129 01:01:36,373 --> 01:01:38,312 postponed by outcast. 1130 01:01:38,313 --> 01:01:39,606 - No way? 1131 01:01:39,607 --> 01:01:40,713 - I was in the studio getting ready 1132 01:01:40,714 --> 01:01:42,117 to lay down my vocs, right? 1133 01:01:42,118 --> 01:01:43,561 Producer gets a phone call. 1134 01:01:43,562 --> 01:01:45,743 Andre 3000 needs the studio. 1135 01:01:45,744 --> 01:01:47,796 - He told you that? 1136 01:01:47,797 --> 01:01:49,945 - Well, no, but he told my boyfriend. 1137 01:01:49,946 --> 01:01:50,944 I mean, I was there. 1138 01:01:50,945 --> 01:01:52,036 I know what went down. 1139 01:01:52,037 --> 01:01:54,111 All political, you know. 1140 01:01:54,112 --> 01:01:58,612 I heard you got thrown in the clink for kifing a boat. 1141 01:01:59,544 --> 01:02:03,716 - I need your help with a secret, girls only mission. 1142 01:02:03,717 --> 01:02:05,367 Interested? 1143 01:02:05,368 --> 01:02:07,409 - Will it effect Barney if he finds out? 1144 01:02:07,410 --> 01:02:08,410 - Probably. 1145 01:02:09,433 --> 01:02:10,751 - What do you have in mind? 1146 01:02:10,752 --> 01:02:13,585 (Whimsical music) 1147 01:02:20,747 --> 01:02:24,052 - Gramps, I'm taking Annie fishing. 1148 01:02:24,053 --> 01:02:25,839 Don't worry, I'll be safe. 1149 01:02:25,840 --> 01:02:29,968 - All right, but do not let Annie drive. 1150 01:02:29,969 --> 01:02:30,969 - What? 1151 01:02:31,749 --> 01:02:33,681 This family cannot drive. 1152 01:02:33,682 --> 01:02:35,446 - Oh, well what do you call it 1153 01:02:35,447 --> 01:02:36,571 when you ran into the old oak tree 1154 01:02:36,572 --> 01:02:38,000 down by the bridge last summer? 1155 01:02:38,001 --> 01:02:39,643 - Because there was a cat in the road. 1156 01:02:39,644 --> 01:02:41,654 I had to swerve to miss the cat. 1157 01:02:41,655 --> 01:02:43,387 It's called defensive drive. 1158 01:02:43,388 --> 01:02:45,078 - Offensive driving is more like it. 1159 01:02:45,079 --> 01:02:46,925 - I ever tell you the story about that cat? 1160 01:02:46,926 --> 01:02:48,161 - Four times. 1161 01:02:48,162 --> 01:02:50,353 - Well you tell me yours 400. 1162 01:02:50,354 --> 01:02:52,297 - [Grandpa] Just mail your stories to me, will you? 1163 01:02:52,298 --> 01:02:53,581 - [Barney] Well yours would be about 800 pages 1164 01:02:53,582 --> 01:02:54,786 if you printed them out. 1165 01:02:54,787 --> 01:02:57,912 - [Grandpa] Are we going to play cards or what? 1166 01:02:57,913 --> 01:02:59,910 (Engine humming) 1167 01:02:59,911 --> 01:03:02,092 - [Annie] This is great! 1168 01:03:02,093 --> 01:03:04,676 (Gentle music) 1169 01:03:13,793 --> 01:03:15,210 Go faster. - Okay! 1170 01:03:19,927 --> 01:03:21,094 - Faster, ash! 1171 01:03:26,670 --> 01:03:29,503 (Hammer pounding) 1172 01:03:33,584 --> 01:03:35,115 Hi Greg! 1173 01:03:35,116 --> 01:03:37,912 (Horn honking) 1174 01:03:37,913 --> 01:03:41,830 - Oh man, I hope she didn't steal another boat. 1175 01:03:47,949 --> 01:03:49,142 - Glad you're home. 1176 01:03:49,143 --> 01:03:50,604 - Thanks. 1177 01:03:50,605 --> 01:03:52,091 Does your grandpa know you're here? 1178 01:03:52,092 --> 01:03:53,323 - No. 1179 01:03:53,324 --> 01:03:54,956 - Annie! 1180 01:03:54,957 --> 01:03:56,439 - It's okay, I've got my friend with me. 1181 01:03:56,440 --> 01:03:57,857 Ashley, this is... 1182 01:03:59,069 --> 01:04:00,394 - Greg Russell. 1183 01:04:00,395 --> 01:04:01,750 - Yeah. 1184 01:04:01,751 --> 01:04:02,844 - You know him? 1185 01:04:02,845 --> 01:04:04,038 - Are you kidding? 1186 01:04:04,039 --> 01:04:06,091 You were a huge inspiration to me growing up. 1187 01:04:06,092 --> 01:04:07,561 Watching you and harbour town. 1188 01:04:07,562 --> 01:04:08,991 Green-eyed monster. 1189 01:04:08,992 --> 01:04:10,286 I love this harbor. 1190 01:04:10,287 --> 01:04:11,353 The unicorn song. 1191 01:04:11,354 --> 01:04:12,873 I know them all by heart. 1192 01:04:12,874 --> 01:04:14,290 - Great, that's nice, thanks. 1193 01:04:14,291 --> 01:04:15,923 - Well what happened to you? 1194 01:04:15,924 --> 01:04:17,539 You look all beat up. 1195 01:04:17,540 --> 01:04:18,800 And why'd you stop singing? 1196 01:04:18,801 --> 01:04:20,579 I mean you just disappeared. 1197 01:04:20,580 --> 01:04:21,753 - I don't know. 1198 01:04:21,754 --> 01:04:23,133 - Sing us a tune. - No. 1199 01:04:23,134 --> 01:04:24,137 - A duet. 1200 01:04:24,138 --> 01:04:26,350 We could do a rad version of I love this harbor. 1201 01:04:26,351 --> 01:04:30,006 - Listen, I just don't sing anymore, all right. 1202 01:04:30,007 --> 01:04:31,438 I'm really sorry. 1203 01:04:31,439 --> 01:04:33,106 I've got work to do. 1204 01:04:34,374 --> 01:04:35,457 - Greg, wait. 1205 01:04:37,092 --> 01:04:38,995 I came for help. 1206 01:04:38,996 --> 01:04:42,121 I need you to fix something. 1207 01:04:42,122 --> 01:04:43,122 My family. 1208 01:04:45,821 --> 01:04:48,760 - [Ashley] Now this is a nice house right by the beach. 1209 01:04:48,761 --> 01:04:52,857 - [Annie] Yeah. (Doorbell ringing) 1210 01:04:52,858 --> 01:04:56,664 - Well look what the cat dragged here. 1211 01:04:56,665 --> 01:04:58,558 - [Annie] I found it in my mom's purse. 1212 01:04:58,559 --> 01:05:02,062 I just know they're going to put him in a retirement home. 1213 01:05:02,063 --> 01:05:05,219 - [Ashley] Annie, his house is a dump. 1214 01:05:05,220 --> 01:05:08,720 - [Annie] I really need your help, please. 1215 01:05:10,918 --> 01:05:15,501 - So your grandfather doesn't know anything about this? 1216 01:05:17,349 --> 01:05:20,832 You're talking lots of home improvements here, Annie. 1217 01:05:20,833 --> 01:05:23,079 - I know, but if we can just show my mom 1218 01:05:23,080 --> 01:05:24,825 that grandpa's turned his life around, 1219 01:05:24,826 --> 01:05:26,658 I know she'll let him stay. 1220 01:05:26,659 --> 01:05:30,409 Look, there's over a hundred dollars in here. 1221 01:05:31,873 --> 01:05:33,823 I'm sure you charge more, 1222 01:05:33,824 --> 01:05:36,485 but maybe I can work it off for you. 1223 01:05:36,486 --> 01:05:38,453 - Could buy some paint, 1224 01:05:38,454 --> 01:05:39,824 some brushes. 1225 01:05:39,825 --> 01:05:42,805 - You know, if we sold some of this stuff off, 1226 01:05:42,806 --> 01:05:44,408 we could buy him a new house. 1227 01:05:44,409 --> 01:05:45,421 (Chuckling) 1228 01:05:45,422 --> 01:05:47,091 - Yeah, I didn't know having a beauty salon 1229 01:05:47,092 --> 01:05:48,576 could make you a billionaire. 1230 01:05:48,577 --> 01:05:50,424 - Sugar, I may own my own beauty salon, 1231 01:05:50,425 --> 01:05:53,748 but there is not that much money in dye jobs and perms. 1232 01:05:53,749 --> 01:05:55,752 Generations of my family worked 1233 01:05:55,753 --> 01:05:57,251 for the owners of this house. 1234 01:05:57,252 --> 01:06:01,085 The last owner was like a second father to me. 1235 01:06:02,303 --> 01:06:05,419 He passed and he left me the house in his will. 1236 01:06:05,420 --> 01:06:09,753 - Good thing you never put him in a retirement home. 1237 01:06:10,937 --> 01:06:11,937 - City kid. 1238 01:06:14,322 --> 01:06:16,991 - So how do you plan on getting your grandfather 1239 01:06:16,992 --> 01:06:19,703 out of the house for the day? 1240 01:06:19,704 --> 01:06:22,621 - Haven't figured that one out yet. 1241 01:06:27,738 --> 01:06:29,155 - I have an idea. 1242 01:06:30,164 --> 01:06:33,241 (Cheerful music) - [Grandpa] Beauty salon? 1243 01:06:33,242 --> 01:06:34,343 - Congratulations. 1244 01:06:34,344 --> 01:06:35,988 You have been randomly selected to receive 1245 01:06:35,989 --> 01:06:38,035 our special king for a day makeover, 1246 01:06:38,036 --> 01:06:41,102 compliments of Sonia's beauty palace. 1247 01:06:41,103 --> 01:06:42,569 - I don't need a make over. 1248 01:06:42,570 --> 01:06:43,573 - Come on grandpa. 1249 01:06:43,574 --> 01:06:45,966 When was the last time you had a really nice haircut? 1250 01:06:45,967 --> 01:06:47,673 - What's wrong with my hair? 1251 01:06:47,674 --> 01:06:49,889 Besides, I don't need anything fancy. 1252 01:06:49,890 --> 01:06:53,601 - What about a manicure with a shave and a facial? 1253 01:06:53,602 --> 01:06:54,879 - A facial what? 1254 01:06:54,880 --> 01:06:56,444 - It feels good, trust me. 1255 01:06:56,445 --> 01:06:59,388 - Hey, you're never going to guess what I just won? 1256 01:06:59,389 --> 01:07:01,228 - That salon must be desperate. 1257 01:07:01,229 --> 01:07:03,564 - Well, king for a day. 1258 01:07:03,565 --> 01:07:05,002 I like the way that sounds. 1259 01:07:05,003 --> 01:07:07,725 Not too sure about this face thing though. 1260 01:07:07,726 --> 01:07:09,334 - You don't know about facials? 1261 01:07:09,335 --> 01:07:12,305 What, you've been living under a rock? 1262 01:07:12,306 --> 01:07:14,337 - I'm willing to give it a try. 1263 01:07:14,338 --> 01:07:16,099 You'll try anything if it's free. 1264 01:07:16,100 --> 01:07:17,670 - How about you two go together? 1265 01:07:17,671 --> 01:07:18,673 Tomorrow. 1266 01:07:18,674 --> 01:07:19,674 - Tomorrow? 1267 01:07:19,675 --> 01:07:20,845 - Oh what, no good? 1268 01:07:20,846 --> 01:07:23,508 You got a bank robbery you have to foil or something? 1269 01:07:23,509 --> 01:07:25,265 - No, I was hoping to spend it with Annie. 1270 01:07:25,266 --> 01:07:26,630 Not getting my legs waxed. 1271 01:07:26,631 --> 01:07:28,534 - It's only for a day, 1272 01:07:28,535 --> 01:07:30,035 and Ashley's here. 1273 01:07:31,979 --> 01:07:33,510 - Come on captain. 1274 01:07:33,511 --> 01:07:35,838 When's the last time we got to be kings? 1275 01:07:35,839 --> 01:07:37,011 For free? 1276 01:07:37,012 --> 01:07:38,561 - You're right. 1277 01:07:38,562 --> 01:07:39,761 This could be good. 1278 01:07:39,762 --> 01:07:41,100 - Yeah. - Yeah. 1279 01:07:41,101 --> 01:07:42,156 - Look at this facial. 1280 01:07:42,157 --> 01:07:43,838 Pedicure, whatever that is. 1281 01:07:43,839 --> 01:07:45,596 Oh, that's feet I think. - [Grandpa] Feet, 1282 01:07:45,597 --> 01:07:46,594 okay manicure. 1283 01:07:46,594 --> 01:07:47,591 It's gotta be for a man. 1284 01:07:47,592 --> 01:07:49,173 That's for a man. - [Barney] We're men. 1285 01:07:49,174 --> 01:07:50,341 - [Grandpa] Yeah, okay, why not? 1286 01:07:50,342 --> 01:07:51,344 Massage. 1287 01:07:51,345 --> 01:07:54,448 (Horn honking) 1288 01:07:54,449 --> 01:07:57,032 (Gentle music) 1289 01:08:14,289 --> 01:08:17,039 (Engine humming) 1290 01:08:19,030 --> 01:08:20,202 - How'd it go? 1291 01:08:20,203 --> 01:08:21,205 - It's on. 1292 01:08:21,206 --> 01:08:22,370 - All right. 1293 01:08:22,371 --> 01:08:25,121 (Cheerful music) 1294 01:08:37,162 --> 01:08:38,329 Good gracious. 1295 01:08:41,738 --> 01:08:43,321 I mean, no problem. 1296 01:08:44,164 --> 01:08:46,212 - Ashley and I will start in the back. 1297 01:08:46,213 --> 01:08:47,213 - Let's go. 1298 01:08:53,658 --> 01:08:56,386 (Loud thudding) 1299 01:08:56,387 --> 01:08:58,887 I guess I'll start right here. 1300 01:09:13,284 --> 01:09:17,284 - This doesn't make us, you know, less than men? 1301 01:09:18,231 --> 01:09:19,649 - You know, why doesn't our barbershop 1302 01:09:19,650 --> 01:09:21,733 ever have king for a day? 1303 01:09:23,057 --> 01:09:24,432 - Anybody looking? 1304 01:09:24,433 --> 01:09:26,400 - No, nobody I know anyway. 1305 01:09:26,401 --> 01:09:27,484 - One, two... 1306 01:09:29,273 --> 01:09:32,106 (Whimsical music) 1307 01:09:37,867 --> 01:09:39,376 - You must be Donald and Barney. 1308 01:09:39,377 --> 01:09:40,385 I'm Sonia. 1309 01:09:40,386 --> 01:09:41,473 This is my salon. 1310 01:09:41,474 --> 01:09:42,906 Welcome, you're right on time. 1311 01:09:42,907 --> 01:09:44,490 Come right on here. 1312 01:09:56,870 --> 01:09:59,370 (Jazzy music) 1313 01:10:03,009 --> 01:10:06,361 ♪ Pack up the twilight ♪ 1314 01:10:06,362 --> 01:10:09,529 ♪ and cancel the moon ♪ 1315 01:10:10,906 --> 01:10:15,656 Gentlemen, these ladies will be taking care of you today. 1316 01:10:23,011 --> 01:10:25,261 - It's good to be the king. 1317 01:10:26,791 --> 01:10:29,322 (Horn honking) 1318 01:10:29,323 --> 01:10:31,092 - Calvary's arrived! 1319 01:10:31,093 --> 01:10:34,555 Should have brought in new recruits. 1320 01:10:34,556 --> 01:10:35,870 - Hey Lance. 1321 01:10:35,871 --> 01:10:38,396 Sonia drag you away from your big concert tour? 1322 01:10:38,397 --> 01:10:39,580 - Oh, we made a deal. 1323 01:10:39,581 --> 01:10:42,252 I'm headlining the midsummer festival. 1324 01:10:42,253 --> 01:10:43,841 Take this right. 1325 01:10:43,842 --> 01:10:45,717 - Thanks bud. 1326 01:10:45,718 --> 01:10:47,644 - He's a singer? 1327 01:10:47,645 --> 01:10:48,728 - Well, uh... 1328 01:10:54,525 --> 01:10:55,408 - Hi. 1329 01:10:55,409 --> 01:10:56,575 - Hi yourself. 1330 01:11:00,998 --> 01:11:03,700 - Why don't you show Lance where we keep the paintbrushes? 1331 01:11:03,701 --> 01:11:04,700 - Follow me. 1332 01:11:04,700 --> 01:11:05,700 - Anywhere. 1333 01:11:10,487 --> 01:11:11,654 - Y'all ready? 1334 01:11:12,934 --> 01:11:13,934 - Y'all? 1335 01:11:15,985 --> 01:11:19,616 Sounds like our miss city got a little island in her. 1336 01:11:19,617 --> 01:11:22,534 (Upbeat pop music) 1337 01:11:28,522 --> 01:11:32,085 ♪ Everything's working out fine ♪ 1338 01:11:32,086 --> 01:11:33,765 ♪ you got all the things you want ♪ 1339 01:11:33,766 --> 01:11:36,431 ♪ and I got mine ♪ 1340 01:11:36,432 --> 01:11:40,052 ♪ no more struggle and strife ♪ - lord have mercy. 1341 01:11:40,053 --> 01:11:41,899 ♪ Kicking back and digging ♪ 1342 01:11:41,900 --> 01:11:43,950 ♪ it's a wonderful life ♪ 1343 01:11:43,951 --> 01:11:48,227 ♪ and then ♪ - oh my goodness 1344 01:11:48,228 --> 01:11:52,544 ♪ to start the day ♪ - you said it, captain. 1345 01:11:52,545 --> 01:11:56,259 ♪ Everybody's waiting for a day in the sun ♪ 1346 01:11:56,260 --> 01:12:00,508 ♪ everybody's working hard to have some fun ♪ 1347 01:12:00,509 --> 01:12:02,090 ♪ first you won a million ♪ 1348 01:12:02,091 --> 01:12:04,448 ♪ now a million and one ♪ 1349 01:12:04,449 --> 01:12:08,912 ♪ everybody's waiting for a day in the sun ♪ 1350 01:12:08,913 --> 01:12:12,724 ♪ everybody's doing everything they can ♪ 1351 01:12:12,725 --> 01:12:14,336 ♪ some will count a lot ♪ 1352 01:12:14,337 --> 01:12:16,810 ♪ some will make a plan ♪ 1353 01:12:16,811 --> 01:12:18,536 ♪ if you wanna get it done ♪ 1354 01:12:18,537 --> 01:12:21,002 ♪ then get it done ♪ 1355 01:12:21,003 --> 01:12:24,806 ♪ everybody's waiting for a day in the sun ♪ 1356 01:12:24,807 --> 01:12:32,807 ♪ a day in the sun ♪ 1357 01:12:47,313 --> 01:12:48,576 - Need some help. 1358 01:12:48,577 --> 01:12:50,160 - No, need a break? 1359 01:12:57,816 --> 01:12:59,545 - I feel like a million bucks. 1360 01:12:59,546 --> 01:13:01,034 - Yeah, that was like a trip to Paris 1361 01:13:01,035 --> 01:13:02,952 without all the French. 1362 01:13:06,224 --> 01:13:07,891 Didn't we park here? 1363 01:13:11,739 --> 01:13:14,007 - Bye George, bye Gracie. 1364 01:13:14,008 --> 01:13:15,508 Have a nice life. 1365 01:13:17,846 --> 01:13:20,046 They're not going anywhere. 1366 01:13:20,047 --> 01:13:23,503 - You do know that turtles aren't fast creatures. 1367 01:13:23,504 --> 01:13:24,504 - I know, 1368 01:13:25,827 --> 01:13:27,797 I just don't want them to get hurt. 1369 01:13:27,798 --> 01:13:29,496 - Before George and Gracie were living 1370 01:13:29,497 --> 01:13:30,810 in your grandpa's pool, 1371 01:13:30,811 --> 01:13:32,805 they were out here surviving in the woods. 1372 01:13:32,806 --> 01:13:33,968 They'll be fine. 1373 01:13:33,969 --> 01:13:36,158 - [Ashley] I love this harbor 1374 01:13:36,159 --> 01:13:37,973 and it means so much to me. 1375 01:13:37,974 --> 01:13:39,829 - What in the world is that? 1376 01:13:39,830 --> 01:13:41,693 - I've been most everywhere 1377 01:13:41,694 --> 01:13:44,502 but there's nowhere I'd rather be. 1378 01:13:44,503 --> 01:13:45,766 - Awesome. 1379 01:13:45,767 --> 01:13:46,871 - Yeah, but that's how he does it. 1380 01:13:46,872 --> 01:13:48,418 You know, like if I was going to do it, 1381 01:13:48,419 --> 01:13:49,252 I would do like a rock and roll hip hop kind, you know? 1382 01:13:49,252 --> 01:13:50,252 Like... 1383 01:13:51,708 --> 01:13:53,105 ♪ I love harbor ♪ 1384 01:13:53,106 --> 01:13:54,192 ♪ means so much to mean ♪ 1385 01:13:54,193 --> 01:13:55,306 ♪ I've been most everywhere ♪ 1386 01:13:55,307 --> 01:13:57,105 - That was a violation of music. 1387 01:13:57,106 --> 01:13:58,106 My music. 1388 01:14:00,636 --> 01:14:02,145 - That was one of your songs? 1389 01:14:02,146 --> 01:14:03,143 - Yeah. 1390 01:14:03,144 --> 01:14:08,143 But I like to think I sang it a little bit better than that. 1391 01:14:08,807 --> 01:14:10,884 - Did you enjoy singing? 1392 01:14:10,885 --> 01:14:14,566 I mean years ago in front of all those people? 1393 01:14:14,567 --> 01:14:16,166 - Yeah. 1394 01:14:16,167 --> 01:14:18,934 It was fun watching the magic happen. 1395 01:14:18,935 --> 01:14:19,935 - Magic? 1396 01:14:20,684 --> 01:14:23,363 - You know, songs touch us all in different ways, 1397 01:14:23,364 --> 01:14:24,871 young and old. 1398 01:14:24,872 --> 01:14:27,521 But when you can sing a song that touches everybody 1399 01:14:27,522 --> 01:14:31,156 in the same way, it's a wonderful thing to see. 1400 01:14:31,157 --> 01:14:33,407 - So then why did you stop? 1401 01:14:37,658 --> 01:14:38,658 - Well, 1402 01:14:39,473 --> 01:14:41,231 let's just say I lost the desire. 1403 01:14:41,232 --> 01:14:44,649 Singing comes from a very personal place. 1404 01:14:47,162 --> 01:14:48,730 Oh, we should be getting back. 1405 01:14:48,731 --> 01:14:51,231 We've got a lot of work to do. 1406 01:14:54,704 --> 01:14:55,841 - Mistake. 1407 01:14:55,842 --> 01:14:57,027 Is that your car? 1408 01:14:57,028 --> 01:14:59,801 - Yeah, but it was it parked in front of Sonia's salon? 1409 01:14:59,802 --> 01:15:00,953 - Yeah but... 1410 01:15:00,954 --> 01:15:02,729 - Did you see the no parking sign? 1411 01:15:02,730 --> 01:15:04,020 - Yeah, but... 1412 01:15:04,021 --> 01:15:05,595 - No mistake. 1413 01:15:05,596 --> 01:15:09,289 - Look fellow, do we look like lawbreakers? 1414 01:15:09,290 --> 01:15:11,693 - Not with them fancy haircuts 1415 01:15:11,694 --> 01:15:13,527 and manicured fingers. 1416 01:15:14,627 --> 01:15:15,794 Sweet perfume. 1417 01:15:16,628 --> 01:15:18,926 Are y'all together? 1418 01:15:18,927 --> 01:15:20,494 - [Men] No! 1419 01:15:20,495 --> 01:15:22,358 - Y'all from California? 1420 01:15:22,359 --> 01:15:23,357 - No! 1421 01:15:23,358 --> 01:15:24,473 We're locals! 1422 01:15:24,474 --> 01:15:27,379 Look at the license plate. 1423 01:15:27,380 --> 01:15:28,662 - Those tags overdue? 1424 01:15:28,663 --> 01:15:31,326 - So what's it going to cost me to get my car out of here? 1425 01:15:31,327 --> 01:15:34,158 - Well, you got your service call. 1426 01:15:34,159 --> 01:15:35,433 Got your hook up. 1427 01:15:35,434 --> 01:15:36,674 Got the towing, of course. 1428 01:15:36,675 --> 01:15:39,508 There's storage at an hourly rate. 1429 01:15:46,279 --> 01:15:47,673 Tell you what, on second thought 1430 01:15:47,674 --> 01:15:49,565 I think we're just going to call it even. 1431 01:15:49,566 --> 01:15:51,309 I believe you people. 1432 01:15:51,310 --> 01:15:52,810 Be back in a jiff. 1433 01:15:55,619 --> 01:15:57,182 - You people? 1434 01:15:57,183 --> 01:16:01,016 I told you we shouldn't have got the manicure. 1435 01:16:04,119 --> 01:16:05,590 - No, no, no you can't go out that way. 1436 01:16:05,591 --> 01:16:07,424 The paint's still wet. 1437 01:16:13,849 --> 01:16:16,967 (Phone ringing) 1438 01:16:16,968 --> 01:16:18,311 - Hello? 1439 01:16:18,312 --> 01:16:19,563 - They're on their way. 1440 01:16:19,564 --> 01:16:20,712 - [Sonia] No, you gotta stall them. 1441 01:16:20,713 --> 01:16:21,711 We're not finished yet. 1442 01:16:21,712 --> 01:16:23,271 - I'd be more than happy to. 1443 01:16:23,272 --> 01:16:26,667 As long as Reed gets top billing on your show. 1444 01:16:26,668 --> 01:16:28,168 - Okay deal, deal! 1445 01:16:29,877 --> 01:16:31,592 Lance you just got bumped. 1446 01:16:31,593 --> 01:16:32,593 Everybody! 1447 01:16:33,720 --> 01:16:36,236 Okay look, your grandpa's on the way back. 1448 01:16:36,237 --> 01:16:38,071 We've got to get this place finished up. 1449 01:16:38,072 --> 01:16:39,143 Come on, hop to it! 1450 01:16:39,144 --> 01:16:40,207 Let's get this mopped. 1451 01:16:40,208 --> 01:16:41,521 Ashley, get the broom, 1452 01:16:41,522 --> 01:16:43,086 come on! 1453 01:16:43,087 --> 01:16:44,087 - Bravo two. 1454 01:16:45,152 --> 01:16:46,155 - [Reed] Reed here. 1455 01:16:46,156 --> 01:16:49,077 - Reed, got good news for you, 1456 01:16:49,078 --> 01:16:50,283 but I'm going to ask you to do 1457 01:16:50,284 --> 01:16:53,127 a little something for me first. 1458 01:16:53,128 --> 01:16:54,227 - [Grandpa] Have I been drinking? 1459 01:16:54,228 --> 01:16:56,159 - I noticed you swerving the last quarter mile. 1460 01:16:56,160 --> 01:16:58,320 - That's this car, officer. 1461 01:16:58,321 --> 01:17:00,027 It's overdue for inspection. 1462 01:17:00,028 --> 01:17:02,225 - Sir, I'm gonna have to ask you to step 1463 01:17:02,226 --> 01:17:04,103 outside the vehicle. 1464 01:17:04,104 --> 01:17:06,937 - Oh no, he has not been drinking. 1465 01:17:08,267 --> 01:17:09,813 - [Grandpa] Oh shut up! 1466 01:17:09,814 --> 01:17:11,887 - [Barney] Really, he hasn't been. 1467 01:17:11,888 --> 01:17:13,672 - [Grandpa] Don't make it worse. 1468 01:17:13,673 --> 01:17:14,873 - Feet together, please. 1469 01:17:14,874 --> 01:17:15,874 Arms out. 1470 01:17:16,713 --> 01:17:19,963 (Cheerful piano music) 1471 01:17:43,271 --> 01:17:44,890 - [Father] Carol, just settle down. 1472 01:17:44,891 --> 01:17:48,384 I'm sure there's a perfectly logical explana... 1473 01:17:48,385 --> 01:17:49,385 Wow. 1474 01:17:56,985 --> 01:17:59,568 - [Carol] What's going on here? 1475 01:18:02,949 --> 01:18:05,144 (Gasping) 1476 01:18:05,145 --> 01:18:06,312 - Who are you? 1477 01:18:07,860 --> 01:18:08,860 - [Carol] Who are you people? 1478 01:18:08,861 --> 01:18:10,583 Where's my dad? 1479 01:18:10,584 --> 01:18:11,649 - Now just wait right there. 1480 01:18:11,650 --> 01:18:12,733 Honey, call the police. 1481 01:18:12,734 --> 01:18:13,732 - Wait, wait, wait! 1482 01:18:13,733 --> 01:18:14,737 It's okay! 1483 01:18:14,738 --> 01:18:16,268 - Hang on here, hang on, hang on. 1484 01:18:16,269 --> 01:18:17,925 - No need for that. 1485 01:18:17,926 --> 01:18:19,768 - [Greg] There is no reason to call the police. 1486 01:18:19,769 --> 01:18:21,119 - Boy what a day. 1487 01:18:21,120 --> 01:18:22,119 - Yep. 1488 01:18:22,120 --> 01:18:23,580 - I can't wait to get home and relax. 1489 01:18:23,581 --> 01:18:25,053 Get some peace and quiet. 1490 01:18:25,054 --> 01:18:28,151 - Yeah, you can say that again, captain. 1491 01:18:28,152 --> 01:18:29,152 Uh oh. 1492 01:18:35,339 --> 01:18:36,489 (Doors slamming) 1493 01:18:36,490 --> 01:18:37,977 - Where have you been? 1494 01:18:37,978 --> 01:18:40,343 - We were getting facials. 1495 01:18:40,344 --> 01:18:41,806 - Excuse me? 1496 01:18:41,807 --> 01:18:42,807 - Uh oh. 1497 01:18:44,143 --> 01:18:45,326 - What's going on here. 1498 01:18:45,327 --> 01:18:46,772 What have you done to my house? 1499 01:18:46,773 --> 01:18:48,940 - We're friends of Lauren. 1500 01:18:51,572 --> 01:18:53,415 (Slow music) 1501 01:18:53,416 --> 01:18:54,583 I mean, Annie. 1502 01:18:59,579 --> 01:19:00,579 Excuse me. 1503 01:19:04,907 --> 01:19:05,907 - Greg? 1504 01:19:18,168 --> 01:19:19,168 Surprise. 1505 01:19:22,566 --> 01:19:24,747 - Honey, you know if you wanted to help out, 1506 01:19:24,748 --> 01:19:26,300 if you wanted to arrange of cleanup day, 1507 01:19:26,301 --> 01:19:27,302 you should have told us. 1508 01:19:27,303 --> 01:19:28,136 We're your family, you know, 1509 01:19:28,137 --> 01:19:30,810 we don't keep secrets from each other. 1510 01:19:30,811 --> 01:19:32,009 - Sure as heck don't lie. 1511 01:19:32,010 --> 01:19:35,010 That's not the daughter I am raising 1512 01:19:39,625 --> 01:19:40,875 - no more lies. 1513 01:19:41,903 --> 01:19:43,236 No more secrets. 1514 01:19:44,165 --> 01:19:46,582 (Slow music) 1515 01:20:09,496 --> 01:20:12,329 (Pebbles popping) 1516 01:20:23,937 --> 01:20:26,282 - Wow, they sure fixed a lot of things. 1517 01:20:26,283 --> 01:20:28,010 - Oh, everything's fixed. 1518 01:20:28,011 --> 01:20:30,400 Except me, according to you. 1519 01:20:30,401 --> 01:20:32,816 - Dad, can we just talk about this? 1520 01:20:32,817 --> 01:20:34,223 - Will it matter? 1521 01:20:34,224 --> 01:20:36,208 You've already made up your mind. 1522 01:20:36,209 --> 01:20:37,738 You could've told me anytime. 1523 01:20:37,739 --> 01:20:38,737 I've been around. 1524 01:20:38,738 --> 01:20:40,382 - No you haven't been around. 1525 01:20:40,383 --> 01:20:42,610 Never been around for me. 1526 01:20:42,611 --> 01:20:44,357 - Oh, so that's it. 1527 01:20:44,358 --> 01:20:47,057 So this is about getting even with me, revenge? 1528 01:20:47,058 --> 01:20:48,439 - Will you stop it? 1529 01:20:48,440 --> 01:20:49,441 I worry. 1530 01:20:49,442 --> 01:20:51,070 I always worried. 1531 01:20:51,071 --> 01:20:52,074 When mom was sick 1532 01:20:52,075 --> 01:20:54,406 I'm the one who had to take care of everything. 1533 01:20:54,407 --> 01:20:55,441 You were always gone. 1534 01:20:55,442 --> 01:20:56,899 You were always away. 1535 01:20:56,900 --> 01:20:57,898 - I was working. 1536 01:20:57,899 --> 01:20:59,003 I was traveling. 1537 01:20:59,004 --> 01:21:01,240 I was supporting you and your mom. 1538 01:21:01,241 --> 01:21:02,866 What did you want me to do? 1539 01:21:02,867 --> 01:21:04,300 - I wanted you to tuck me in! 1540 01:21:04,301 --> 01:21:05,572 I wanted you to help me with my homework! 1541 01:21:05,573 --> 01:21:08,499 I wanted you to tell me I was pretty at the prom. 1542 01:21:08,500 --> 01:21:10,098 I just, 1543 01:21:10,099 --> 01:21:13,266 I just wanted you to tell me you felt. 1544 01:21:17,752 --> 01:21:18,796 - I had those feelings. 1545 01:21:18,797 --> 01:21:19,797 I just, 1546 01:21:20,859 --> 01:21:22,743 it's different now. 1547 01:21:22,744 --> 01:21:24,753 Annie is just like you. 1548 01:21:24,754 --> 01:21:27,587 Maybe parents get better with age. 1549 01:21:33,853 --> 01:21:35,617 - Not for me. 1550 01:21:35,618 --> 01:21:37,785 Just keeps getting harder. 1551 01:21:39,256 --> 01:21:42,423 - That's because you're holding on too tight. 1552 01:21:42,424 --> 01:21:44,007 Annie's a good kid. 1553 01:21:45,048 --> 01:21:48,924 Just need to loosen the reins a little. 1554 01:21:48,925 --> 01:21:50,087 - I'm afraid if I let go, 1555 01:21:50,088 --> 01:21:52,421 she won't want to come back. 1556 01:21:53,657 --> 01:21:54,922 - The person who did all this 1557 01:21:54,923 --> 01:21:57,006 isn't trying to run away. 1558 01:21:59,382 --> 01:22:01,715 - Yeah, pretty amazing, huh? 1559 01:22:05,148 --> 01:22:08,648 - It's a lot nicer than a retirement home. 1560 01:22:12,305 --> 01:22:14,555 I'm not ready for that. 1561 01:22:14,556 --> 01:22:18,389 There's still some life in this old skiff yet. 1562 01:22:19,884 --> 01:22:20,884 - I know. 1563 01:22:23,750 --> 01:22:25,931 Maybe we could stay in touch more? 1564 01:22:25,932 --> 01:22:28,515 Talk once a week on the phone? 1565 01:22:31,297 --> 01:22:34,297 - What's New York like at Christmas? 1566 01:22:44,168 --> 01:22:46,093 - Can you wait up a minute? 1567 01:22:46,094 --> 01:22:48,511 - I'll be chilling over here. 1568 01:23:05,727 --> 01:23:07,351 - Annie, I just don't think it's a good idea 1569 01:23:07,352 --> 01:23:10,176 for you to come around here anymore. 1570 01:23:10,177 --> 01:23:13,808 - Look, I just want to apologize for today, 1571 01:23:13,809 --> 01:23:14,892 to Sonia too. 1572 01:23:16,312 --> 01:23:18,924 - You don't have anything to be sorry for. 1573 01:23:18,925 --> 01:23:21,107 - Except for the way my parents treated you. 1574 01:23:21,108 --> 01:23:24,352 - Well, someday you'll understand what that's all about. 1575 01:23:24,353 --> 01:23:26,128 - You should know how much I appreciate 1576 01:23:26,129 --> 01:23:27,796 what you did for me. 1577 01:23:28,967 --> 01:23:31,664 - You mean what I did for your grandpa? 1578 01:23:31,665 --> 01:23:32,665 - No, me. 1579 01:23:44,975 --> 01:23:48,558 Your daughter's not around anymore, is she? 1580 01:23:58,702 --> 01:23:59,656 - No. 1581 01:23:59,657 --> 01:24:02,073 (Slow music) 1582 01:24:03,245 --> 01:24:04,245 She died. 1583 01:24:06,261 --> 01:24:09,280 My wife and beautiful little daughter, Lauren, 1584 01:24:09,281 --> 01:24:14,156 were killed by a drunk driver almost five years ago. 1585 01:24:14,157 --> 01:24:17,143 - That's why you stopped singing. 1586 01:24:17,144 --> 01:24:20,227 - So much of what I used to do and be 1587 01:24:21,597 --> 01:24:23,264 was because of them. 1588 01:24:24,216 --> 01:24:27,079 It'll just never be the same. 1589 01:24:27,080 --> 01:24:28,747 - Does it has to be? 1590 01:24:30,232 --> 01:24:33,244 Grandpa never thinks about the bad times 1591 01:24:33,245 --> 01:24:34,912 he had with grandma. 1592 01:24:36,077 --> 01:24:37,074 But he keeps her spirit alive 1593 01:24:37,075 --> 01:24:39,657 by remembering the good things. 1594 01:24:42,845 --> 01:24:46,927 - All those good things were a part of my music. 1595 01:24:46,928 --> 01:24:50,951 - Maybe that's the best way to remember then. 1596 01:24:50,952 --> 01:24:53,780 Share your music with others. 1597 01:24:53,781 --> 01:24:56,781 That's where the magic is, remember? 1598 01:25:04,478 --> 01:25:07,478 This guy knew how to make magic too. 1599 01:25:13,938 --> 01:25:16,395 Good luck, Greg Russell. 1600 01:25:16,396 --> 01:25:18,229 I'll never forget you. 1601 01:25:40,214 --> 01:25:43,635 I had something that I had to do. 1602 01:25:43,636 --> 01:25:44,636 - Okay. 1603 01:25:45,738 --> 01:25:49,391 - You'll just have to add it to my jail term. 1604 01:25:49,392 --> 01:25:53,049 With good behavior I'll be out in three years. 1605 01:25:53,050 --> 01:25:56,791 - Maybe I'm the one that should be grounded. 1606 01:25:56,792 --> 01:25:57,959 Nice wardrobe. 1607 01:25:59,124 --> 01:26:03,895 I would have liked to have gone shopping with you. 1608 01:26:03,896 --> 01:26:06,531 Look, if you want to tell me something 1609 01:26:06,532 --> 01:26:09,527 or share your life with me, 1610 01:26:09,528 --> 01:26:10,528 I'm here. 1611 01:26:11,545 --> 01:26:14,295 - Then I'll always be in trouble. 1612 01:26:15,172 --> 01:26:17,255 - I'll try to lighten up. 1613 01:26:18,442 --> 01:26:22,692 But it doesn't mean it's okay for you to sneak out. 1614 01:26:23,759 --> 01:26:27,289 We have to find some common ground. 1615 01:26:27,290 --> 01:26:28,290 Deal? 1616 01:26:30,010 --> 01:26:31,010 - Deal. 1617 01:26:35,827 --> 01:26:39,062 - I'm so I'm so proud of you. 1618 01:26:39,063 --> 01:26:40,146 - Thanks mom. 1619 01:26:47,420 --> 01:26:49,503 - Where is your suitcase? 1620 01:26:50,380 --> 01:26:52,692 Nevermind. 1621 01:26:56,988 --> 01:26:59,120 (Upbeat music) 1622 01:26:59,121 --> 01:27:02,204 (Indistinct chatter) 1623 01:27:19,310 --> 01:27:22,560 - Is hotter than a fire poker out here. 1624 01:27:23,499 --> 01:27:25,741 Whoa, I ever tell you about the time when I took Dee 1625 01:27:25,742 --> 01:27:28,195 to see the wonderful Tommy dorsey. 1626 01:27:28,196 --> 01:27:29,196 - Tommy dorsey. 1627 01:27:29,197 --> 01:27:31,123 Stafford hotel in New York City. 1628 01:27:31,124 --> 01:27:32,147 - It was the hottest part... 1629 01:27:32,148 --> 01:27:33,353 - Seven, seven. 1630 01:27:33,354 --> 01:27:34,587 - I told you that seven... 1631 01:27:34,588 --> 01:27:36,272 - Yes, you did. 1632 01:27:36,273 --> 01:27:38,078 - Hey there. 1633 01:27:38,079 --> 01:27:39,078 - Hi. 1634 01:27:39,079 --> 01:27:40,645 - What 'cha doing? 1635 01:27:40,646 --> 01:27:44,805 - [Annie] Nothing, just out here with my family. 1636 01:27:44,806 --> 01:27:47,413 - So are you going to the festival tonight? 1637 01:27:47,414 --> 01:27:48,423 - Maybe. 1638 01:27:48,424 --> 01:27:49,808 Are you going to go? 1639 01:27:49,809 --> 01:27:50,809 - Yeah. 1640 01:27:51,537 --> 01:27:52,370 You should come to it. 1641 01:27:52,371 --> 01:27:54,079 It's going to be real fun. 1642 01:27:54,080 --> 01:27:57,211 I mean, it'll be real good if you want. 1643 01:27:57,212 --> 01:27:58,212 - Okay. 1644 01:27:59,279 --> 01:28:01,791 - So maybe I'll see you there. 1645 01:28:01,792 --> 01:28:04,564 Well, I should probably go. 1646 01:28:04,565 --> 01:28:05,849 Bye. 1647 01:28:05,850 --> 01:28:06,848 - Bye. 1648 01:28:06,849 --> 01:28:08,225 - Her name is Annie. 1649 01:28:08,226 --> 01:28:09,226 - I'm Chris. 1650 01:28:12,378 --> 01:28:13,673 - Grandpa! 1651 01:28:13,674 --> 01:28:14,873 - Wow. 1652 01:28:14,874 --> 01:28:16,451 Compared to the last time you talked to him 1653 01:28:16,452 --> 01:28:18,119 this was a gab fest. 1654 01:28:23,812 --> 01:28:28,515 ♪ I'll be on the ground ♪ 1655 01:28:28,516 --> 01:28:31,496 ♪ daydreaming of you ♪ 1656 01:28:31,497 --> 01:28:36,013 ♪ won't you follow me down ♪ 1657 01:28:36,014 --> 01:28:38,597 ♪ daydream too ♪ 1658 01:28:41,833 --> 01:28:45,000 (Audience applauding) 1659 01:28:46,996 --> 01:28:49,864 - Let's hear it for deputy Reed! 1660 01:28:49,865 --> 01:28:51,755 One of harbor town's finest. 1661 01:28:51,756 --> 01:28:52,920 Now let's bring to the stage 1662 01:28:52,921 --> 01:28:54,782 one of the local boys. 1663 01:28:54,783 --> 01:28:57,583 Ladies and gentlemen, let's hear it for Lance Shaw. 1664 01:28:57,584 --> 01:29:01,413 (Audience applauding) 1665 01:29:01,414 --> 01:29:02,962 - Whoo! 1666 01:29:02,963 --> 01:29:04,483 Hello harbour town. 1667 01:29:04,484 --> 01:29:06,023 Ready for something hot and juicy? 1668 01:29:06,024 --> 01:29:07,107 Hit it, pops. 1669 01:29:10,750 --> 01:29:12,280 ♪ Sitting in a soda shop ♪ 1670 01:29:12,281 --> 01:29:14,083 ♪ sipping on a soda pop ♪ 1671 01:29:14,084 --> 01:29:17,635 ♪ happy teenage times ♪ 1672 01:29:17,636 --> 01:29:19,443 ♪ sitting in a picture show ♪ 1673 01:29:19,444 --> 01:29:21,688 ♪ kissing when the lights are low ♪ 1674 01:29:21,689 --> 01:29:25,181 ♪ happy teenage times ♪ 1675 01:29:25,182 --> 01:29:26,365 - You thirsty? 1676 01:29:26,366 --> 01:29:27,709 I'm buying. 1677 01:29:27,710 --> 01:29:29,078 - They got lemonade? 1678 01:29:29,079 --> 01:29:32,136 - How about an Arnold Palmer? 1679 01:29:32,137 --> 01:29:33,757 ♪ Seldom sleepy people sleep ♪ 1680 01:29:33,758 --> 01:29:36,683 ♪ sleepy people seldom sleep ♪ 1681 01:29:36,684 --> 01:29:38,866 - [Rose] Is this seat taken? 1682 01:29:38,867 --> 01:29:39,867 - It is now. 1683 01:29:43,422 --> 01:29:45,112 ♪ Happy teenage time. ♪ 1684 01:29:45,113 --> 01:29:46,113 - I'm Rose. 1685 01:29:47,113 --> 01:29:48,113 - I'm lucky. 1686 01:29:50,255 --> 01:29:53,422 ♪ Happy teenage times ♪ 1687 01:29:55,250 --> 01:29:56,250 - Hey Annie. 1688 01:29:57,655 --> 01:29:58,768 - Hi Chris. 1689 01:29:58,769 --> 01:30:00,380 - Glad you could make it. 1690 01:30:00,381 --> 01:30:02,017 - Yeah, I've having a really good time. 1691 01:30:02,018 --> 01:30:02,851 - Great. 1692 01:30:02,852 --> 01:30:05,207 Hey, can I buy you a drink? 1693 01:30:05,208 --> 01:30:06,208 - Sure. 1694 01:30:11,554 --> 01:30:12,387 It's okay. 1695 01:30:12,388 --> 01:30:14,387 I wasn't thirsty anyway. 1696 01:30:15,682 --> 01:30:19,135 - So, you wanna go watch the show together? 1697 01:30:19,136 --> 01:30:20,136 - Yeah. 1698 01:30:24,496 --> 01:30:27,663 ♪ Happy teenage times ♪ 1699 01:30:31,973 --> 01:30:35,140 (Audience applauding) 1700 01:30:39,868 --> 01:30:41,807 - Thank you, Lance. 1701 01:30:41,808 --> 01:30:44,385 Now are we ready for a little magic? 1702 01:30:44,386 --> 01:30:47,136 (Crowd cheering) 1703 01:30:51,988 --> 01:30:55,484 (Indistinct chatter) 1704 01:30:55,485 --> 01:30:57,902 (Slow music) 1705 01:31:09,705 --> 01:31:13,046 How about the real magic, ladies and gentlemen? 1706 01:31:13,047 --> 01:31:14,130 Greg Russell. 1707 01:31:27,340 --> 01:31:30,614 - I used to sing a song out here a long time ago, 1708 01:31:30,615 --> 01:31:32,198 every single night. 1709 01:31:33,454 --> 01:31:36,621 (Gentle guitar music) 1710 01:31:43,420 --> 01:31:48,420 ♪ It's a wonderful night in harbour town ♪ 1711 01:31:48,679 --> 01:31:53,679 ♪ beautiful night to sing ♪ 1712 01:31:53,893 --> 01:31:57,893 ♪ all the children gather round ♪ 1713 01:32:01,634 --> 01:32:04,051 (Slow music) 1714 01:32:15,982 --> 01:32:17,809 - Welcome back, Greg. 1715 01:32:17,810 --> 01:32:21,810 (Crowd applauding and cheering) 1716 01:32:41,247 --> 01:32:43,346 - Thank you so much. 1717 01:32:43,347 --> 01:32:46,230 You know, the reason I'm up here tonight is 1718 01:32:46,231 --> 01:32:49,245 I made a wonderful new friend. 1719 01:32:49,246 --> 01:32:51,371 She's here tonight, 1720 01:32:51,372 --> 01:32:54,798 and I'd like to dedicate this to Annie. 1721 01:32:54,799 --> 01:32:56,132 This is for you. 1722 01:32:57,196 --> 01:32:59,529 She's a wonderful young lady 1723 01:33:00,425 --> 01:33:02,008 who has reminded me 1724 01:33:02,924 --> 01:33:05,591 what living is really all about. 1725 01:33:06,455 --> 01:33:09,622 (Gentle guitar music) 1726 01:33:13,548 --> 01:33:15,206 ♪ In my backyard ♪ 1727 01:33:15,207 --> 01:33:17,265 ♪ a Carolina moon can bring ♪ 1728 01:33:17,266 --> 01:33:20,470 ♪ a grown man to his knees ♪ 1729 01:33:20,471 --> 01:33:23,752 ♪ in my backyard an osprey circles ♪ 1730 01:33:23,753 --> 01:33:27,830 ♪ overhead on a summer breeze ♪ 1731 01:33:27,831 --> 01:33:30,731 ♪ I've been a lot of places in this big wide world ♪ 1732 01:33:30,732 --> 01:33:35,732 ♪ but there's no place I have found ♪ 1733 01:33:36,260 --> 01:33:39,867 ♪ where a man can reach up and touch the stars ♪ 1734 01:33:39,868 --> 01:33:44,282 ♪ and keep his feet on solid ground ♪ 1735 01:33:44,283 --> 01:33:46,603 - You're like famous. 1736 01:33:46,604 --> 01:33:48,742 You must have had a really cool time here. 1737 01:33:48,743 --> 01:33:49,743 - I did. 1738 01:33:50,605 --> 01:33:54,145 - So, are you coming down next year? 1739 01:33:54,146 --> 01:33:55,275 - Probably. 1740 01:33:55,276 --> 01:33:56,694 Are you? 1741 01:33:56,695 --> 01:33:59,528 - Yeah, we come down every summer. 1742 01:34:00,738 --> 01:34:04,737 Is it all right if I like email or text you or something? 1743 01:34:04,738 --> 01:34:05,738 - Yeah. 1744 01:34:09,239 --> 01:34:11,062 - I'm really glad you came tonight. 1745 01:34:11,063 --> 01:34:13,480 (Slow music) 1746 01:34:28,443 --> 01:34:31,758 ♪ Where smiling sons and daughters come ♪ 1747 01:34:31,759 --> 01:34:34,391 ♪ to fill the night with songs ♪ 1748 01:34:34,392 --> 01:34:38,037 ♪ in my backyard ♪ 1749 01:34:38,038 --> 01:34:42,657 ♪ I made a friend to last forever ♪ 1750 01:34:42,658 --> 01:34:45,399 ♪ it just don't get no better ♪ 1751 01:34:45,400 --> 01:34:50,400 ♪ than knowing I belong ♪ 1752 01:34:52,317 --> 01:34:55,067 ♪ in my backyard ♪ 1753 01:35:01,048 --> 01:35:04,215 (Audience applauding) 1754 01:35:17,397 --> 01:35:19,814 (Slow music) 1755 01:35:26,622 --> 01:35:28,333 - Remember to bring your long Johns. 1756 01:35:28,334 --> 01:35:29,970 It's freezing in December. 1757 01:35:29,971 --> 01:35:31,138 - I can't wait 1758 01:35:35,104 --> 01:35:36,104 bye. 1759 01:35:36,958 --> 01:35:39,015 - Grandpa Don, thanks for everything. 1760 01:35:39,016 --> 01:35:40,018 - Well Gary. 1761 01:35:40,019 --> 01:35:41,470 Good luck with the insurance business. 1762 01:35:41,471 --> 01:35:42,554 Just kidding. 1763 01:35:44,435 --> 01:35:46,210 Well, I'm going to leave your bedroom the way it is 1764 01:35:46,211 --> 01:35:47,357 just for you. 1765 01:35:47,358 --> 01:35:50,275 - Don't start any bad habits, okay? 1766 01:35:51,375 --> 01:35:54,129 - I got something for you. 1767 01:35:54,130 --> 01:35:56,274 - I got you something too, 1768 01:35:56,275 --> 01:35:58,525 but you'll have to find it. 1769 01:35:59,675 --> 01:36:01,453 You may want to start in the back. 1770 01:36:01,454 --> 01:36:03,255 - Did I ever tell you about my airplane adventures 1771 01:36:03,256 --> 01:36:06,128 with your grandma and her crazy flying rituals? 1772 01:36:06,129 --> 01:36:07,527 Well, we... 1773 01:36:07,528 --> 01:36:09,861 (Chuckling) 1774 01:36:11,299 --> 01:36:13,882 Well, I'll see you soon, Annie. 1775 01:36:14,958 --> 01:36:16,125 - Bye grandpa. 1776 01:36:17,811 --> 01:36:19,144 - [Grandpa] Bye. 1777 01:36:22,456 --> 01:36:23,539 - I love you. 1778 01:36:24,893 --> 01:36:26,893 - I love you too, Annie. 1779 01:36:32,439 --> 01:36:33,439 Bye. - Bye. 1780 01:36:38,049 --> 01:36:40,466 (Slow music) 1781 01:38:10,788 --> 01:38:13,371 (Bright music) 1782 01:38:29,252 --> 01:38:32,592 ♪ Come away ♪ 1783 01:38:32,593 --> 01:38:37,593 ♪ come away home with me ♪ 1784 01:38:37,833 --> 01:38:40,072 ♪ where the sun meets the seas ♪ 1785 01:38:40,073 --> 01:38:45,073 ♪ and ocean breezes sing through the trees ♪ 1786 01:38:46,661 --> 01:38:50,042 ♪ and come away ♪ 1787 01:38:50,043 --> 01:38:55,043 ♪ come away home with me ♪ 1788 01:38:55,549 --> 01:38:57,870 ♪ where the wind whispers ♪ 1789 01:38:57,871 --> 01:39:02,871 ♪ the children can be what they wanna be ♪ 1790 01:39:04,309 --> 01:39:09,309 ♪ in old Carolina there's nothing much finer than you ♪ 1791 01:39:10,532 --> 01:39:15,075 ♪ gently calling to me ♪ 1792 01:39:15,076 --> 01:39:18,440 ♪ come away home ♪ 1793 01:39:18,441 --> 01:39:22,808 ♪ Hilton head's calling you home ♪ 1794 01:39:22,809 --> 01:39:24,664 ♪ all the town's waiting ♪ 1795 01:39:24,665 --> 01:39:27,284 ♪ come home ♪ 1796 01:39:27,285 --> 01:39:29,099 ♪ dolphins are playing ♪ 1797 01:39:29,100 --> 01:39:31,758 ♪ come home ♪ 1798 01:39:31,759 --> 01:39:33,758 ♪ seagulls are singing ♪ 1799 01:39:33,759 --> 01:39:41,759 ♪ come home ♪ 1800 01:39:42,044 --> 01:39:44,794 ♪ come away home ♪ 1801 01:39:52,111 --> 01:39:55,464 ♪ Come away ♪ 1802 01:39:55,465 --> 01:40:00,465 ♪ come away home with me ♪ 1803 01:40:00,484 --> 01:40:02,605 ♪ when the light shines ♪ 1804 01:40:02,606 --> 01:40:04,277 ♪ from the lighthouse ♪ 1805 01:40:04,278 --> 01:40:09,278 ♪ it beckons me to the sea ♪ 1806 01:40:09,748 --> 01:40:14,748 ♪ but old Carolina there's nothing much finer than you ♪ 1807 01:40:15,775 --> 01:40:20,607 ♪ gently calling to me ♪ 1808 01:40:20,608 --> 01:40:23,507 ♪ come away home ♪ 1809 01:40:23,508 --> 01:40:28,174 ♪ Hilton head's calling you home ♪ 1810 01:40:28,175 --> 01:40:32,594 ♪ all the town's waiting come home ♪ 1811 01:40:32,595 --> 01:40:37,160 ♪ dolphins are playing come home ♪ 1812 01:40:37,161 --> 01:40:42,161 ♪ seagulls are singing come home ♪ 1813 01:40:43,646 --> 01:40:47,441 ♪ come home ♪ 1814 01:40:47,442 --> 01:40:52,442 ♪ come away home ♪ 1815 01:40:52,831 --> 01:40:57,171 ♪ it's an island escape ♪ 1816 01:40:57,172 --> 01:41:01,758 ♪ where the places you make ♪ 1817 01:41:01,759 --> 01:41:06,759 ♪ come closer with each step you take ♪ 1818 01:41:10,836 --> 01:41:13,659 ♪ come away home ♪ 1819 01:41:13,660 --> 01:41:18,169 ♪ Hilton head's calling you home ♪ 1820 01:41:18,170 --> 01:41:22,659 ♪ all the town's waiting come home ♪ 1821 01:41:22,660 --> 01:41:27,286 ♪ dolphins are playing come home ♪ 1822 01:41:27,287 --> 01:41:29,861 ♪ seagulls are singing come home ♪ 1823 01:41:29,862 --> 01:41:34,094 ♪ Hilton head's calling you home ♪ 1824 01:41:34,095 --> 01:41:38,495 ♪ all the town's waiting come home ♪ 1825 01:41:38,496 --> 01:41:43,151 ♪ dolphins are playing come home ♪ 1826 01:41:43,152 --> 01:41:48,152 ♪ seagulls are singing come home ♪ 1827 01:41:49,515 --> 01:41:53,472 ♪ come home ♪ 1828 01:41:53,473 --> 01:41:56,223 ♪ come away home ♪ 115225

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