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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:28,462 --> 00:00:30,464 WOMAN: (OVER PA SYSTEM) Flight 291 is now boarding. 2 00:00:30,497 --> 00:00:33,433 All passengers please proceed to Gate 1. 3 00:00:33,467 --> 00:00:35,803 (SOFT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 4 00:00:44,913 --> 00:00:46,213 (BUZZER SOUNDS) 5 00:00:46,246 --> 00:00:48,248 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 6 00:00:49,684 --> 00:00:50,785 (DOOR SHUTS) 7 00:00:52,520 --> 00:00:53,621 (SIGHS) 8 00:00:54,589 --> 00:00:56,024 CUSTOMS AGENT: Please state your name. 9 00:00:56,056 --> 00:00:57,525 Rebecca Smallbone, sir. 10 00:00:57,559 --> 00:00:59,994 -Your name? -Daniel Smallbone. 11 00:01:01,161 --> 00:01:03,565 Ben. (HESITATES) Benjamin. 12 00:01:03,598 --> 00:01:05,065 Uh, Joel. 13 00:01:05,098 --> 00:01:06,466 Luke. 14 00:01:08,135 --> 00:01:09,604 Joshua. 15 00:01:12,707 --> 00:01:14,642 So just the six kids then, huh? 16 00:01:18,245 --> 00:01:20,515 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 17 00:01:20,548 --> 00:01:23,918 So tell me, uh, what are you doing in America? 18 00:01:26,621 --> 00:01:28,923 Ma'am, I'm gonna have to ask you to look forward, please. 19 00:01:30,925 --> 00:01:32,359 Tell me, what's your name? 20 00:01:34,461 --> 00:01:37,732 Ma'am, your name. 21 00:01:43,805 --> 00:01:45,405 (PA SYSTEM DINGS) 22 00:01:46,975 --> 00:01:49,409 G'day and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. 23 00:01:49,443 --> 00:01:52,312 Welcome aboard Qantas Flight 199, 24 00:01:52,346 --> 00:01:55,282 with service from Sydney to Los Angeles. 25 00:01:55,315 --> 00:01:59,020 Flight time will be 14 hours and 32 minutes. 26 00:01:59,053 --> 00:02:00,054 We ask that you remain seated 27 00:02:00,088 --> 00:02:02,590 until the captain turns off the seatbelt sign, 28 00:02:02,624 --> 00:02:04,759 at which time it will be safe to... 29 00:02:05,994 --> 00:02:07,996 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 30 00:02:20,374 --> 00:02:21,876 (BIRDS SCREECHING) 31 00:02:43,430 --> 00:02:44,464 (CROWD CHEERING) 32 00:02:44,498 --> 00:02:45,867 DAVID: Everybody get ready to rock 33 00:02:45,900 --> 00:02:49,037 'cause all the way from the U.S.A... 34 00:02:49,070 --> 00:02:54,709 Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, Stryper! 35 00:02:54,742 --> 00:02:56,144 (CROWD CHEERING) 36 00:02:56,176 --> 00:02:58,178 (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 37 00:03:05,887 --> 00:03:07,354 So good, Joshie. 38 00:03:07,387 --> 00:03:11,559 STRYPER MEMBER: To hell with the devil! 39 00:03:11,592 --> 00:03:17,031 ♪ To hell with the devil ♪ 40 00:03:19,232 --> 00:03:24,972 ♪ To hell with the devil ♪ 41 00:03:27,474 --> 00:03:29,544 ♪ Well, speak of the devil ♪ 42 00:03:29,577 --> 00:03:31,211 -Art! -David. 43 00:03:31,244 --> 00:03:32,880 -Hey. (CHUCKLES) -You did it again. 44 00:03:32,914 --> 00:03:33,981 I told 'em back home, 45 00:03:34,015 --> 00:03:35,950 "You wanna conquer the outback, I got your guy." 46 00:03:35,983 --> 00:03:36,918 -Oh, look. -Amazing. 47 00:03:36,951 --> 00:03:39,020 Every promoter dreams of bands like this. 48 00:03:39,053 --> 00:03:40,320 So, it makes my job easy. 49 00:03:40,353 --> 00:03:41,889 Hey, have you met my better half? 50 00:03:41,923 --> 00:03:43,157 Hi. Helen. 51 00:03:43,191 --> 00:03:45,593 Wow. Helen. 52 00:03:45,626 --> 00:03:46,661 -HELEN: Oh. -(KISSES) 53 00:03:46,694 --> 00:03:48,428 Your much better half. 54 00:03:48,462 --> 00:03:49,997 David, listen. 55 00:03:50,031 --> 00:03:53,400 I've been talking with Eddie DeGarmo and Dana Key, 56 00:03:53,433 --> 00:03:55,570 -planning an Australian tour. -Oh, yeah. Okay. 57 00:03:55,603 --> 00:03:56,637 With all due respect, 58 00:03:56,671 --> 00:03:58,806 that's a bit of a step back. Right? 59 00:03:58,840 --> 00:04:01,876 I mean, hey, look at the audience. 60 00:04:01,909 --> 00:04:03,578 The Australian crowd, they've delivered, 61 00:04:03,611 --> 00:04:04,746 I've delivered. 62 00:04:04,779 --> 00:04:06,948 We're ready for more. We're ready for Amy. 63 00:04:06,981 --> 00:04:07,882 Now, look, man, 64 00:04:07,915 --> 00:04:09,751 that's way more than a step forward. 65 00:04:09,784 --> 00:04:11,119 -Ah. -Getting her band, 66 00:04:11,152 --> 00:04:12,186 bringing production down here. 67 00:04:12,220 --> 00:04:13,654 Yeah, we'd make back every cent. 68 00:04:13,688 --> 00:04:15,288 Look, she's at the top of her game. 69 00:04:15,322 --> 00:04:16,490 I'm at the top of mine. 70 00:04:16,524 --> 00:04:17,992 One plus one equals three. 71 00:04:18,559 --> 00:04:19,627 All right, look. 72 00:04:19,660 --> 00:04:21,529 I'll talk to her team. We'll catch up. 73 00:04:21,562 --> 00:04:23,064 DAVID: All right. ART: Just give a listen. 74 00:04:23,097 --> 00:04:25,133 -Think about it. -DAVID: Thanks very much. 75 00:04:27,068 --> 00:04:29,402 Might be... (KISSES) another late one. 76 00:04:29,436 --> 00:04:31,471 Kiss the kids goodnight for me. 77 00:04:31,506 --> 00:04:32,640 Good night. 78 00:04:32,673 --> 00:04:36,110 STRYPER MEMBER: ♪ With the devil ♪ 79 00:04:36,144 --> 00:04:37,912 (PA SYSTEM DINGS) 80 00:04:46,353 --> 00:04:47,822 (SEATBELT CLICKS) 81 00:04:50,224 --> 00:04:52,226 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 82 00:04:57,497 --> 00:04:58,800 You okay? 83 00:05:08,643 --> 00:05:10,745 You should go to sleep now, okay? 84 00:05:13,346 --> 00:05:15,216 LUKE: Can Dad come tuck me in? 85 00:05:15,249 --> 00:05:16,851 Oh, he's at work, honey. 86 00:05:17,685 --> 00:05:19,654 Why is he working all the time? 87 00:05:20,655 --> 00:05:24,725 Well, takes a lot to live out your dream. 88 00:05:24,759 --> 00:05:29,096 You know, a lot of hard work and sacrifice. 89 00:05:33,100 --> 00:05:34,202 (KISSES) 90 00:05:39,574 --> 00:05:41,108 Do you have a dream, Mum? 91 00:05:45,880 --> 00:05:50,551 My dream has always been to have a great, big family. 92 00:05:52,587 --> 00:05:54,622 So you've already got your dream, then. 93 00:06:00,194 --> 00:06:01,662 Night, Lukey. 94 00:06:06,334 --> 00:06:07,768 So, this is it, huh? 95 00:06:08,636 --> 00:06:09,804 It's a done deal? 96 00:06:09,837 --> 00:06:11,639 I've gotta crosscheck a couple of deal points, 97 00:06:11,672 --> 00:06:14,108 but it's as good as done, yeah. 98 00:06:14,141 --> 00:06:17,778 Well, I am proud of you, however it goes. 99 00:06:17,812 --> 00:06:19,547 Oh, there's only one way it can go, darling. 100 00:06:19,580 --> 00:06:21,315 It's Amy Grant. 101 00:06:21,349 --> 00:06:23,117 I always loved your optimism. 102 00:06:26,254 --> 00:06:28,122 It's just a lot of money. 103 00:06:28,155 --> 00:06:30,925 And I feel like we're putting our lives on the line. 104 00:06:31,926 --> 00:06:33,661 You don't think I'm up for it? 105 00:06:34,461 --> 00:06:36,764 No. I... You know I do. 106 00:06:36,797 --> 00:06:38,332 I'm just not sure I am. 107 00:06:40,467 --> 00:06:45,740 It's not just the finances. The kids miss you. I miss you. 108 00:06:45,773 --> 00:06:50,044 I know. Look, it's a two-week tour. 109 00:06:50,912 --> 00:06:52,680 I'll take one of the boys. 110 00:06:52,713 --> 00:06:54,181 And then they'll all settle down. 111 00:06:55,415 --> 00:06:56,784 We'll go on holidays. 112 00:06:57,718 --> 00:06:58,920 What do you reckon? 113 00:07:04,825 --> 00:07:07,228 Nothing in this business is ever 100%. 114 00:07:07,261 --> 00:07:10,031 But this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, darl. 115 00:07:10,731 --> 00:07:12,033 She'll be all right. 116 00:07:18,873 --> 00:07:20,274 PAUL KEATING: (ON TV) And the first thing to say is 117 00:07:20,308 --> 00:07:21,542 that the accounts do show 118 00:07:21,575 --> 00:07:23,443 that Australia's in a recession. 119 00:07:23,476 --> 00:07:26,446 This is a recession that Australia had to have. 120 00:07:26,479 --> 00:07:28,481 NEWS ANCHOR: And that was our Deputy Prime Minister, 121 00:07:28,516 --> 00:07:29,550 Paul Keating. 122 00:07:29,583 --> 00:07:31,052 In other news, American artist, 123 00:07:31,085 --> 00:07:33,721 Amy Grant finishes off her coast-to-coast tour tonight 124 00:07:33,754 --> 00:07:34,789 at the Opera House. 125 00:07:34,822 --> 00:07:36,524 And now here's her number one hit, 126 00:07:36,557 --> 00:07:37,591 -Lead Me On. -(CROWD CLAPPING) 127 00:07:37,625 --> 00:07:39,393 You're listening to Triple FM. 128 00:07:42,462 --> 00:07:43,731 They're thrilled to have you here. 129 00:07:43,764 --> 00:07:45,465 It's gonna be a great show, David. 130 00:07:47,301 --> 00:07:48,869 I'm so sorry, Amy. 131 00:07:50,071 --> 00:07:51,072 Hey. 132 00:07:55,643 --> 00:07:57,845 (CROWD CHEERING) 133 00:08:05,820 --> 00:08:09,857 ♪ Lead me on, lead me on ♪ 134 00:08:09,890 --> 00:08:12,059 ♪ To a place where the river runs ♪ 135 00:08:12,093 --> 00:08:16,163 ♪ Into Your keeping, oh ♪ 136 00:08:16,197 --> 00:08:20,001 ♪ Lead me on, lead me on ♪ 137 00:08:20,034 --> 00:08:21,635 ♪ The awaited deliverance... ♪ 138 00:08:21,669 --> 00:08:22,903 (AIRPLANE RUMBLING) 139 00:08:23,871 --> 00:08:25,139 (PA SYSTEM DINGS) 140 00:08:25,172 --> 00:08:26,640 FLIGHT ATTENDANT: (OVER PA) Ladies and gentlemen, 141 00:08:26,674 --> 00:08:29,543 looks like we're headed through a little bit of a rough patch. 142 00:08:29,577 --> 00:08:31,812 So let's buckle those seatbelts. 143 00:08:31,846 --> 00:08:33,914 If you look out the left side of the aircraft, 144 00:08:33,948 --> 00:08:36,650 you'll see a glorious sunrise. 145 00:08:36,684 --> 00:08:39,020 We're four hours from the United States. 146 00:08:39,620 --> 00:08:41,489 (BABY COOING) 147 00:08:45,659 --> 00:08:47,661 DAVID: I had the billboards, the radio ads, 148 00:08:47,695 --> 00:08:48,763 TV spots, flyers... 149 00:08:48,796 --> 00:08:50,031 ART: And I had two other promoters 150 00:08:50,064 --> 00:08:51,665 begging for your job, but I gave it to you. 151 00:08:51,699 --> 00:08:52,733 DAVID: And then the economy crashed... 152 00:08:52,767 --> 00:08:53,834 Look, it doesn't matter. 153 00:08:53,868 --> 00:08:55,169 It's your job to put butts in seats. 154 00:08:55,202 --> 00:08:56,505 -There's more to... -It's your job to do the math 155 00:08:56,537 --> 00:08:57,972 like you said you could. 156 00:08:58,005 --> 00:08:59,840 I did everything I know to do. 157 00:08:59,874 --> 00:09:02,043 And look, tell Amy that again, I'm... 158 00:09:02,076 --> 00:09:04,345 Amy doesn't know about this and she doesn't need to. 159 00:09:04,378 --> 00:09:06,347 Because she'd give you the shirt off her back, 160 00:09:06,380 --> 00:09:07,348 if I'd let her. 161 00:09:07,381 --> 00:09:10,284 But I can't. I have to look out for her. 162 00:09:10,317 --> 00:09:12,887 I got a crew to pay and promises to keep. 163 00:09:14,755 --> 00:09:18,492 Art. I'm gonna lose everything. 164 00:09:18,527 --> 00:09:20,861 Man, I wish I could help you. 165 00:09:20,895 --> 00:09:22,763 You signed the contract, brother. 166 00:09:23,464 --> 00:09:25,499 (LINE DISCONNECTS) 167 00:09:25,534 --> 00:09:27,536 (SLOW TENSE MUSIC PLAYING) 168 00:09:37,344 --> 00:09:38,612 (MUSIC SWELLS) 169 00:09:38,646 --> 00:09:40,314 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 170 00:09:47,621 --> 00:09:48,856 Kids? 171 00:09:51,158 --> 00:09:53,961 -Helen? -HELEN: We're in the backyard! 172 00:10:01,969 --> 00:10:04,905 -PARTY GUESTS: Surprise! -(PARTY HORN HONKING) 173 00:10:04,939 --> 00:10:06,774 MAN: Hip-hip! PARTY GUESTS: Hurray! 174 00:10:06,807 --> 00:10:08,375 MAN: Hip-hip! PARTY GUESTS: Hurray! 175 00:10:08,409 --> 00:10:10,579 MAN: Hip-hip! PARTY GUESTS: Hurray! 176 00:10:10,611 --> 00:10:14,849 PARTY GUESTS: ♪ For he's a jolly good fellow ♪ 177 00:10:14,882 --> 00:10:17,818 ♪ For he's a jolly good fellow ♪ 178 00:10:17,852 --> 00:10:22,323 ♪ For he's a jolly good fellow ♪ 179 00:10:22,356 --> 00:10:26,193 ♪ And so say all of us... ♪ 180 00:10:28,863 --> 00:10:30,898 -(PARTY HORN HONKING) -(PARTY GUESTS CHEERING) 181 00:10:30,931 --> 00:10:32,967 (HELEN LAUGHING) 182 00:10:33,000 --> 00:10:34,902 Happy birthday, darling. 183 00:10:36,203 --> 00:10:37,905 -How ya going, old bloke? -Dad. 184 00:10:37,938 --> 00:10:41,475 (CHUCKLES) Hi. Hey. Happy birthday, my boy. 185 00:10:41,510 --> 00:10:43,344 Oh, I think we got him, hey, Grandpa James? 186 00:10:43,377 --> 00:10:44,979 -I think so. -Are you surprised, Dad? 187 00:10:45,012 --> 00:10:47,582 -Are you? -I couldn't be more surprised. 188 00:10:47,616 --> 00:10:49,618 (HELEN LAUGHING) 189 00:10:49,650 --> 00:10:51,352 JOSHUA: Let's party! LUKE: Yeah! 190 00:10:51,385 --> 00:10:53,354 (UPBEAT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 191 00:10:54,155 --> 00:10:55,923 MAN: That rhythmical beat, 192 00:10:55,956 --> 00:10:58,659 so strong in the Australian nation. 193 00:11:01,563 --> 00:11:03,230 You wanna clap your hands or anything, 194 00:11:03,264 --> 00:11:05,266 don't feel shy or embarrassed. 195 00:11:06,267 --> 00:11:07,468 DANIEL: All the Roosters have signed it. 196 00:11:07,502 --> 00:11:10,337 -Oh, wow. Blow me down. -(PARTY GUESTS LAUGHING) 197 00:11:10,371 --> 00:11:12,973 Right, thank you, boys. Thanks, darling. 198 00:11:13,007 --> 00:11:15,577 -(GLASS CLINKING) -JAMES: I... 199 00:11:16,777 --> 00:11:19,614 I will begin by thanking Hel herself... 200 00:11:19,648 --> 00:11:21,282 (PARTY GUESTS LAUGHING) 201 00:11:21,315 --> 00:11:24,952 I meant to say Helen, for this very grand party, 202 00:11:24,985 --> 00:11:28,055 and for the way she's loved my son. 203 00:11:28,088 --> 00:11:31,759 And for giving me, not one, not three, 204 00:11:31,792 --> 00:11:33,194 but six grandchildren. 205 00:11:33,227 --> 00:11:35,630 (PARTY GUESTS LAUGHING) 206 00:11:35,664 --> 00:11:37,398 You're the family glue, Hel. 207 00:11:39,200 --> 00:11:41,135 And now on to the man of the hour. 208 00:11:41,168 --> 00:11:43,538 (CLICKS TONGUE) My old man of a son, 209 00:11:43,572 --> 00:11:44,573 David Tom. 210 00:11:45,773 --> 00:11:47,908 You've always been a renegade, David. 211 00:11:47,942 --> 00:11:51,178 Dreamed big, sometimes too big for my comfort, 212 00:11:51,212 --> 00:11:54,348 and, uh, for Helen's too, I'm sure. 213 00:11:54,381 --> 00:11:55,216 (HELEN CHUCKLES) 214 00:11:55,249 --> 00:11:57,218 But you've always found your footing. 215 00:11:58,285 --> 00:11:59,386 You've provided. 216 00:12:01,590 --> 00:12:03,090 You've achieved so much. 217 00:12:05,125 --> 00:12:06,595 But look around you, David. 218 00:12:07,662 --> 00:12:10,565 Your wife, your family... 219 00:12:11,966 --> 00:12:13,167 Your faith. 220 00:12:15,469 --> 00:12:19,574 Now, son, that's what makes you rich in life. 221 00:12:20,975 --> 00:12:24,011 Yours is the earth and everything that's in it. 222 00:12:26,914 --> 00:12:28,148 To David. 223 00:12:28,182 --> 00:12:29,883 ALL: To David. CHILDREN: To Dad. 224 00:12:29,917 --> 00:12:31,720 Okay, okay. One more prezzie. 225 00:12:32,987 --> 00:12:34,321 Thank you, darl. 226 00:12:39,760 --> 00:12:40,794 HELEN: Surprise, my love. 227 00:12:40,828 --> 00:12:42,029 (MAN GASPS) 228 00:12:42,664 --> 00:12:43,665 Aw. 229 00:12:43,698 --> 00:12:46,066 -(ALL CHEERING, LAUGHING) -(SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 230 00:12:48,068 --> 00:12:51,772 PARTY GUESTS: ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪ 231 00:12:51,805 --> 00:12:55,142 ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪ 232 00:12:55,175 --> 00:13:00,014 -♪ Happy birthday, dear David ♪ -♪ Happy birthday, dear Dad ♪ 233 00:13:00,047 --> 00:13:04,351 ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪ 234 00:13:06,954 --> 00:13:09,356 (PARTY GUESTS CHEERING, APPLAUDING) 235 00:13:09,390 --> 00:13:11,225 HELEN: What is it you're not telling me? 236 00:13:15,896 --> 00:13:18,499 I'm worried about you 237 00:13:18,533 --> 00:13:22,002 and what the doctor said when you had Josh. 238 00:13:22,036 --> 00:13:24,104 Oh, darl, I'm not. 239 00:13:25,806 --> 00:13:26,807 Don't worry. 240 00:13:30,044 --> 00:13:31,945 That's not it, is it? What's wrong? 241 00:13:31,979 --> 00:13:34,148 It's all right. I'll sort it out. 242 00:13:34,649 --> 00:13:35,650 Okay. 243 00:13:36,984 --> 00:13:38,720 What is it you're sorting out? 244 00:13:38,753 --> 00:13:41,422 -Helen, I... -(SIGHS) David. 245 00:13:44,091 --> 00:13:45,492 (DAVID SIGHS) 246 00:13:50,064 --> 00:13:51,398 It's the Amy tour. 247 00:13:53,467 --> 00:13:55,436 I'm gonna lose half a million dollars. 248 00:13:58,740 --> 00:14:02,042 Helen. I'm sorry. 249 00:14:02,076 --> 00:14:04,779 No one anticipated this economy. 250 00:14:04,813 --> 00:14:07,147 (SLOW SOMBER MUSIC PLAYING) 251 00:14:10,017 --> 00:14:11,519 We're gonna lose everything. 252 00:14:24,833 --> 00:14:26,835 (RETCHING) 253 00:14:28,936 --> 00:14:30,672 (CONTINUES RETCHING) 254 00:14:32,172 --> 00:14:33,842 (TOILET FLUSHING) 255 00:14:44,586 --> 00:14:45,754 (SIGHS) 256 00:14:48,690 --> 00:14:51,024 (LINE RINGING) 257 00:14:51,058 --> 00:14:53,060 EDDIE: Hello? DAVID: Eddie DeGarmo. 258 00:14:53,093 --> 00:14:55,530 Uh, David Smallbone in Australia. 259 00:14:55,563 --> 00:14:57,699 EDDIE: The David Smallbone from Australia 260 00:14:57,732 --> 00:14:59,868 is the only David Smallbone I know. 261 00:14:59,900 --> 00:15:01,268 Right. 262 00:15:01,301 --> 00:15:05,272 Hey, you still looking to come down here, uh, to tour? 263 00:15:05,305 --> 00:15:07,474 We're not hoping, we're coming. 264 00:15:07,509 --> 00:15:10,612 -You still need a promoter? -We got it figured out. 265 00:15:10,645 --> 00:15:12,714 Found someone who actually believes in us. 266 00:15:14,214 --> 00:15:15,683 I believe in you. 267 00:15:15,717 --> 00:15:16,651 Couple months ago, 268 00:15:16,684 --> 00:15:19,353 shoe was on the other foot, wasn't it? 269 00:15:19,386 --> 00:15:20,655 I gotta get back to bed. 270 00:15:20,688 --> 00:15:23,090 By the way, do you know what time it is over here? 271 00:15:23,123 --> 00:15:24,659 (LINE DISCONNECTS) 272 00:15:29,631 --> 00:15:31,666 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 273 00:15:35,002 --> 00:15:36,036 DAVID: Robert, g'day. 274 00:15:36,069 --> 00:15:38,272 David Smallbone here. How are ya? 275 00:15:38,305 --> 00:15:40,040 Yeah, just checking in to see if you need a hand... 276 00:15:40,073 --> 00:15:42,075 Dave. How are you, young Sheila? 277 00:15:42,109 --> 00:15:44,211 Right. Right, give me a ring. 278 00:15:44,945 --> 00:15:47,047 Need any assistance? 279 00:15:47,080 --> 00:15:49,183 Look, I'm free to do whatever you'd like. 280 00:15:49,216 --> 00:15:51,351 Rosie. David, here. 281 00:15:51,385 --> 00:15:53,320 Yeah, it's been donkey's ages. 282 00:15:53,353 --> 00:15:55,222 Hey, Chris, how ya going? 283 00:15:55,255 --> 00:15:57,625 Liam, howdy. You know any openings? 284 00:15:57,659 --> 00:15:59,661 I'll, uh, I'll be glad to help out... 285 00:15:59,694 --> 00:16:01,195 Well, I'm around. 286 00:16:01,228 --> 00:16:03,030 Yeah, we're doing all right. Thanks for asking. 287 00:16:03,063 --> 00:16:05,265 (DRAMATIC MUSIC CONTINUES) 288 00:16:24,284 --> 00:16:27,154 CARMAN: (OVER PHONE) David. How's life down under? 289 00:16:27,187 --> 00:16:30,658 Oh, I was, uh, hoping you'd come find out. 290 00:16:30,692 --> 00:16:31,793 You know, I'd love to. 291 00:16:31,826 --> 00:16:33,928 We're running fast and pushing hard over here. 292 00:16:33,962 --> 00:16:35,530 Oh, that's commendable. 293 00:16:35,563 --> 00:16:37,966 Unless you're running in circles, obviously. 294 00:16:41,569 --> 00:16:42,570 Are you? 295 00:16:51,245 --> 00:16:54,281 Darling, it's Carman. He's a major artist. 296 00:16:54,314 --> 00:16:56,450 -(PANTING) -And, it's Nashville. 297 00:16:56,483 --> 00:16:58,686 It's where the industry is. 298 00:17:00,889 --> 00:17:03,958 -It's where one industry is. -It's the only one I know. 299 00:17:03,992 --> 00:17:07,261 Yeah, and we have to move halfway around the world for it. 300 00:17:07,294 --> 00:17:09,296 You married me for adventure. 301 00:17:09,329 --> 00:17:10,932 Yeah, when I was 20. 302 00:17:11,966 --> 00:17:13,535 Is there really no other way? 303 00:17:13,568 --> 00:17:14,969 I could go ahead for a few months 304 00:17:15,003 --> 00:17:16,036 and get everything set... 305 00:17:16,069 --> 00:17:17,337 No, we don't break up the family. 306 00:17:17,371 --> 00:17:18,640 We stay together. 307 00:17:19,172 --> 00:17:20,942 (HELEN SIGHS) 308 00:17:20,975 --> 00:17:22,376 Darling, I'm done in. 309 00:17:22,409 --> 00:17:23,443 (HELEN SIGHS) 310 00:17:23,477 --> 00:17:24,712 There's nothing left for us here. 311 00:17:24,746 --> 00:17:27,481 Oh, Bec just got lead vocals in school band. 312 00:17:27,515 --> 00:17:28,683 Daniel's made the swim team. 313 00:17:28,716 --> 00:17:30,050 Joshie's about to go into year one. 314 00:17:30,083 --> 00:17:31,719 What, we just pluck 'em out of school? 315 00:17:33,922 --> 00:17:35,222 We couldn't afford to keep 'em in school, 316 00:17:35,255 --> 00:17:36,624 even if we stayed. 317 00:17:36,658 --> 00:17:38,526 Yeah, but I'm saying they have lives. 318 00:17:38,560 --> 00:17:41,829 We have lives. And friends and family. 319 00:17:41,863 --> 00:17:43,330 And also, I'm preggers. 320 00:17:44,532 --> 00:17:45,800 So how can we say goodbye to everything 321 00:17:45,833 --> 00:17:48,670 that we know and love without being sure 322 00:17:48,703 --> 00:17:50,572 that there's absolutely no other way? 323 00:17:50,605 --> 00:17:53,641 Helen, you know I'd do any job for you. 324 00:17:53,675 --> 00:17:55,275 -But the economy's wrecked. -(SIGHS) 325 00:17:55,309 --> 00:17:56,878 I'm 40. 326 00:17:56,911 --> 00:18:00,380 Music is all I know. It's what I was made to do. 327 00:18:00,414 --> 00:18:01,583 I can't sing, I can't play, 328 00:18:01,616 --> 00:18:04,786 but I can connect an artist to an audience. 329 00:18:04,819 --> 00:18:06,554 I can connect people to something 330 00:18:06,588 --> 00:18:09,389 higher and greater than the here and now. 331 00:18:11,726 --> 00:18:14,461 I don't want the kids to see me settle, 332 00:18:14,494 --> 00:18:16,030 'cause I don't want them to settle. 333 00:18:17,832 --> 00:18:19,767 I wanna do something that matters. 334 00:18:20,835 --> 00:18:22,036 -And this is it. -(SIGHS) 335 00:18:23,370 --> 00:18:24,973 This is my last chance. 336 00:18:28,076 --> 00:18:29,409 (SIGHS) 337 00:18:30,078 --> 00:18:31,613 (SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 338 00:18:31,646 --> 00:18:35,883 Two years. We can do two years. 339 00:18:35,917 --> 00:18:38,987 That's enough time for you to have a real go. 340 00:18:39,020 --> 00:18:42,023 And it also gives us an out if things aren't working. 341 00:18:42,957 --> 00:18:43,958 Two years. 342 00:18:46,193 --> 00:18:47,394 (KISSES) 343 00:18:54,569 --> 00:18:56,336 Just read it when you get there. 344 00:18:57,572 --> 00:18:59,674 (SOBBING) Love you. 345 00:18:59,707 --> 00:19:01,843 Keep telling myself, it's just two years. 346 00:19:03,011 --> 00:19:05,046 Your visa says six months. 347 00:19:05,079 --> 00:19:06,179 Yeah, well, we'll have to renew. 348 00:19:06,213 --> 00:19:07,515 Oh, surely by then, 349 00:19:07,548 --> 00:19:09,349 you'll all have come to your senses, love. 350 00:19:11,019 --> 00:19:12,020 (SIGHS) 351 00:19:12,053 --> 00:19:14,488 Applied for all the kids, did you? 352 00:19:14,989 --> 00:19:16,858 Mum. 353 00:19:16,891 --> 00:19:18,893 Can't wait to see you again. (SOBBING) 354 00:19:20,327 --> 00:19:22,530 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 355 00:19:23,765 --> 00:19:27,802 Sad to see you go, but it'll be good for you. 356 00:19:28,903 --> 00:19:32,339 All of you. Great things in store. 357 00:19:32,372 --> 00:19:34,842 Don't let him miss it, all right? 358 00:19:40,114 --> 00:19:41,683 (JAMES SNIFFLES) 359 00:19:44,317 --> 00:19:45,586 "If you can dream..." 360 00:19:46,754 --> 00:19:48,823 "And not make dreams your master..." 361 00:19:50,124 --> 00:19:51,959 "You'll be a man, my son." 362 00:19:54,796 --> 00:19:55,663 (KISSES) 363 00:19:55,697 --> 00:19:58,166 -I'll keep him in check. -I know you will. 364 00:20:02,103 --> 00:20:05,006 Go give America all the hell they can handle. 365 00:20:05,640 --> 00:20:06,574 Okay. 366 00:20:06,607 --> 00:20:08,009 (AIRPLANE THUDDING) 367 00:20:09,077 --> 00:20:10,678 (PA SYSTEM DINGS) 368 00:20:10,712 --> 00:20:12,113 FLIGHT ATTENDANT: (OVER PA) Ladies and gentlemen, 369 00:20:12,146 --> 00:20:13,380 it's our pleasure to welcome you 370 00:20:13,413 --> 00:20:14,916 to Los Angeles, California, 371 00:20:14,949 --> 00:20:17,952 also known as The City of Angels. 372 00:20:17,985 --> 00:20:20,588 For your safety and the safety of those around you, 373 00:20:20,621 --> 00:20:23,024 please remain seated with your seatbelt fastened, 374 00:20:23,057 --> 00:20:25,993 and keep the aisles clear until we're parked at the gate. 375 00:20:26,861 --> 00:20:29,063 (UPBEAT DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 376 00:20:36,504 --> 00:20:38,906 Okay, stay close. Let's go. 377 00:20:45,213 --> 00:20:46,647 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 378 00:20:47,148 --> 00:20:48,381 How many? 379 00:20:48,415 --> 00:20:51,152 Uh, eight of us. Two adults and six kids. 380 00:20:51,185 --> 00:20:52,186 Catholic? 381 00:20:53,788 --> 00:20:57,225 What brings you and six kids to the United States, 382 00:20:57,257 --> 00:21:00,427 Mr. Smallbone? 383 00:21:00,460 --> 00:21:01,629 Well, if I was gonna come up with a fake name, 384 00:21:01,662 --> 00:21:03,164 it wouldn't be that one, right? 385 00:21:04,932 --> 00:21:05,933 Yeah. 386 00:21:07,235 --> 00:21:08,569 Uh... 387 00:21:08,603 --> 00:21:09,871 In the music industry. 388 00:21:09,904 --> 00:21:12,173 Here to start a record label with an artist. 389 00:21:13,074 --> 00:21:14,374 How long you intend to stay? 390 00:21:14,407 --> 00:21:16,443 -Six months and... -Two years. 391 00:21:16,476 --> 00:21:18,345 You told us two years. 392 00:21:18,378 --> 00:21:19,914 These here are six-month visas. 393 00:21:19,947 --> 00:21:24,585 Right. If needed, we'd apply for an extension, of course. 394 00:21:24,619 --> 00:21:26,319 I'm gonna have to ask you to step aside. 395 00:21:26,353 --> 00:21:27,588 I'll be right with you. 396 00:21:29,190 --> 00:21:30,525 Door to the side, please. 397 00:21:30,558 --> 00:21:31,926 Let's go, kids. Let's go this way. 398 00:21:33,861 --> 00:21:34,896 (LUGGAGE UNZIPS) 399 00:21:38,398 --> 00:21:41,569 CUSTOMS AGENT: So tell me, uh, what are you doing in America? 400 00:21:43,271 --> 00:21:44,839 Ma'am, I'm gonna have to ask you to look forward. 401 00:21:44,872 --> 00:21:46,174 We're gonna miss our flight. 402 00:21:46,207 --> 00:21:47,708 If they don't send us back home. 403 00:21:47,742 --> 00:21:49,043 CUSTOMS AGENT: What's your name? 404 00:21:50,310 --> 00:21:53,281 Ma'am, your name. 405 00:21:53,313 --> 00:21:56,017 Oh, sorry. Helen Smallbone. 406 00:22:02,156 --> 00:22:03,825 Oh. That's from my mum. 407 00:22:03,858 --> 00:22:05,726 Ma'am, you're gonna need to stand back. 408 00:22:05,760 --> 00:22:07,995 -I'm not gonna ask you again. -(SNIFFLES, SOBS) 409 00:22:08,029 --> 00:22:09,197 (JOSHUA SOBBING) 410 00:22:09,230 --> 00:22:11,165 Joshie. (SHUSHES) 411 00:22:11,199 --> 00:22:13,267 (SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYING) 412 00:22:17,772 --> 00:22:19,974 (JOSHUA CONTINUES SOBBING) 413 00:22:21,742 --> 00:22:23,177 (SOFTLY) The baby's onesie. 414 00:22:27,480 --> 00:22:29,217 (JOSHUA CONTINUES SOBBING) 415 00:22:30,852 --> 00:22:33,254 -(SNIFFLES) -HELEN: Joshie, no. 416 00:22:33,287 --> 00:22:35,223 (CONTINUES SOBBING) 417 00:22:35,256 --> 00:22:36,724 Stop crying, all right? Please stop crying. 418 00:22:36,757 --> 00:22:38,159 CUSTOMS AGENT: Ma'am, keep him quiet 419 00:22:38,192 --> 00:22:39,260 or we'll need to separate you. 420 00:22:40,595 --> 00:22:41,729 (JOSHUA CONTINUES SOBBING) 421 00:22:41,762 --> 00:22:43,264 Shut those tears off right away. 422 00:22:43,297 --> 00:22:44,332 Okay? Shut 'em off. 423 00:22:44,364 --> 00:22:46,267 You be a big boy now. 424 00:22:46,300 --> 00:22:48,302 REBECCA: Josh. Stop it! 425 00:22:48,336 --> 00:22:50,738 (JOSHUA CONTINUES SOBBING) 426 00:22:52,740 --> 00:22:55,109 ♪ For the rhythm of my heart ♪ 427 00:22:57,111 --> 00:22:59,580 ♪ It's beating like a drum ♪ 428 00:23:02,984 --> 00:23:07,955 ♪ With the words "I love you" Rolling off my tongue ♪ 429 00:23:10,490 --> 00:23:11,592 (JOSHUA STOPS SOBBING) 430 00:23:11,626 --> 00:23:14,929 REBECCA: ♪ No, never will I roam ♪ 431 00:23:16,998 --> 00:23:21,235 ♪ For I know my place is ♪ 432 00:23:22,603 --> 00:23:23,804 ♪ Home ♪ 433 00:23:25,606 --> 00:23:30,278 ♪ Where the ocean meets the sky ♪ 434 00:23:30,311 --> 00:23:34,815 ♪ I'll be sailing ♪ 435 00:23:41,421 --> 00:23:42,523 CUSTOMS AGENT: You're free to go. 436 00:23:42,556 --> 00:23:44,592 (HELEN SIGHS) 437 00:23:44,625 --> 00:23:45,893 CUSTOMS AGENT: You can thank your mom. 438 00:23:49,230 --> 00:23:51,232 Fine, let's go. Kids, get your things. 439 00:23:51,265 --> 00:23:52,633 HELEN: We gotta go. 440 00:23:53,267 --> 00:23:54,268 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 441 00:23:57,371 --> 00:23:58,839 Welcome to America. 442 00:24:02,109 --> 00:24:04,312 (UPBEAT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 443 00:24:08,783 --> 00:24:10,384 Hey, I think this is us, guys. 444 00:24:14,889 --> 00:24:16,958 Hi, there. How're you all doing today? 445 00:24:16,991 --> 00:24:18,793 DAVID: Oh, we're in a terrible state. 446 00:24:18,826 --> 00:24:20,728 We got stuck in Customs, and coppers kept us 447 00:24:20,761 --> 00:24:21,829 in secondary for donkey's ages, 448 00:24:21,862 --> 00:24:23,097 the kids are knackered. 449 00:24:23,130 --> 00:24:24,865 Can we still get to Nashville this arvo? 450 00:24:26,233 --> 00:24:27,335 I, I'm sorry. What? 451 00:24:27,368 --> 00:24:30,004 Uh, what he meant to say is that we're all pretty weary 452 00:24:30,037 --> 00:24:32,740 and we got pulled aside by Customs agents 453 00:24:32,773 --> 00:24:34,742 and I think we've missed our flight to Nashville. 454 00:24:34,775 --> 00:24:35,876 Could you maybe check 455 00:24:35,910 --> 00:24:37,111 if there's another flight this afternoon? 456 00:24:37,144 --> 00:24:38,379 TICKET AGENT: Of course, ma'am. 457 00:24:38,412 --> 00:24:40,681 -Why didn't he just say so? -(KEYBOARD CLACKING) 458 00:24:44,151 --> 00:24:46,187 Uh, nothing with eight seats for another three days. 459 00:24:46,220 --> 00:24:47,955 -Oh, fair dinkum! -TICKET AGENT: Sonny, 460 00:24:47,989 --> 00:24:50,091 I'm gonna have to ask you to watch your language. 461 00:24:50,124 --> 00:24:51,525 HELEN: We so appreciate you checking. 462 00:24:51,559 --> 00:24:52,960 Do you have any other ideas? 463 00:24:54,662 --> 00:24:56,897 (RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW BY JESUS JONES PLAYING) 464 00:25:00,334 --> 00:25:01,769 (TRAIN HORN BLOWING) 465 00:25:06,207 --> 00:25:08,042 (INAUDIBLE CONVERSATION) 466 00:25:09,944 --> 00:25:15,249 ♪ A woman on the radio Talks about revolution ♪ 467 00:25:15,282 --> 00:25:18,452 ♪ When it's already passed her by ♪ 468 00:25:18,486 --> 00:25:21,789 ♪ Bob Dylan didn't have this to sing about ♪ 469 00:25:21,822 --> 00:25:27,128 ♪ You know it feels good to be alive ♪ 470 00:25:27,161 --> 00:25:31,699 ♪ I was alive and I waited, waited ♪ 471 00:25:31,732 --> 00:25:33,067 ♪ I was alive ♪ 472 00:25:33,100 --> 00:25:34,435 WOMAN: (OVER PA SYSTEM) Attention, please. 473 00:25:34,468 --> 00:25:36,237 The train is approaching Kansas City Union Station. 474 00:25:36,270 --> 00:25:38,406 (MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING OVER HEADPHONES) 475 00:25:43,144 --> 00:25:44,945 CARMAN: This is Carman. Leave a message 476 00:25:44,979 --> 00:25:46,013 -after the beep. -(BEEP) 477 00:25:46,047 --> 00:25:47,481 Hey, sorry to keep missing you. 478 00:25:47,516 --> 00:25:48,849 We've had a few delays. 479 00:25:48,883 --> 00:25:51,085 Just a couple days out. 480 00:25:51,118 --> 00:25:53,220 I'm really looking forward to getting started. 481 00:25:56,924 --> 00:25:59,126 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 482 00:26:07,635 --> 00:26:09,837 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC CONTINUES) 483 00:26:58,219 --> 00:27:00,421 DAVID: Yeah, this is us on the right. 484 00:27:10,731 --> 00:27:12,266 Thanks very much for the ride. 485 00:27:13,400 --> 00:27:16,437 -How much do we owe you? -TAXI DRIVER: $14. 486 00:27:32,019 --> 00:27:34,088 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 487 00:27:49,003 --> 00:27:50,505 Where's all the furniture? 488 00:27:51,305 --> 00:27:52,907 I'll try to call Carman again. 489 00:27:52,940 --> 00:27:55,176 Where are we gonna sleep? 490 00:28:05,953 --> 00:28:08,889 Mum? What're we gonna do? 491 00:28:08,923 --> 00:28:11,125 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 492 00:28:15,530 --> 00:28:17,097 Okay, hop in, Lukey. 493 00:28:23,270 --> 00:28:26,575 Hey, Mum, when do we get to sleep in real beds? 494 00:28:30,177 --> 00:28:31,178 (SIGHS) 495 00:28:31,212 --> 00:28:33,582 Well, you got the rest of your lives 496 00:28:33,615 --> 00:28:35,216 to sleep in real beds, you know? 497 00:28:35,249 --> 00:28:39,119 But it's just so boring. (CHUCKLES) 498 00:28:39,153 --> 00:28:40,888 Sometimes when I sleep in a real bed 499 00:28:40,921 --> 00:28:42,990 and I've got nothing to do, I just... 500 00:28:46,661 --> 00:28:47,928 (LAUGHING) 501 00:28:47,962 --> 00:28:49,496 (CHILDREN LAUGHING) 502 00:28:49,531 --> 00:28:54,835 Think about it. Cowboys. Astronauts. 503 00:28:54,868 --> 00:28:57,004 Knights in shining armor. 504 00:28:57,805 --> 00:29:00,941 They don't need real beds. No. 505 00:29:00,975 --> 00:29:04,478 Because they have adventure beds. 506 00:29:04,512 --> 00:29:09,083 Beds that say, "I don't know what tomorrow's gonna bring, 507 00:29:09,116 --> 00:29:12,052 "because my life is an adventure." 508 00:29:13,220 --> 00:29:14,656 And that's what this is. 509 00:29:16,190 --> 00:29:18,192 Our exciting adventure. 510 00:29:19,694 --> 00:29:20,761 Together. 511 00:29:33,508 --> 00:29:36,243 I meet with Carman first thing in the morning. 512 00:29:38,178 --> 00:29:40,047 Almost out of the woods, darl. 513 00:29:42,049 --> 00:29:43,350 I'll sort it out. 514 00:29:54,395 --> 00:29:56,230 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 515 00:30:06,206 --> 00:30:09,243 G'day. I'm here for Carman at nine o'clock. 516 00:30:12,846 --> 00:30:16,718 -David, you made it! -Oh, that's one way to put it. 517 00:30:18,687 --> 00:30:20,187 Ah! 518 00:30:20,220 --> 00:30:23,490 -How's Helen? And the kids? -Oh, she's... They're tired. 519 00:30:23,525 --> 00:30:25,694 We got in around midnight last night, but look, 520 00:30:25,727 --> 00:30:28,295 I hate to cut to the chase but if we can get squared away 521 00:30:28,329 --> 00:30:30,898 on the contract and the bonus and a car. 522 00:30:30,931 --> 00:30:32,801 We really need a car. 523 00:30:33,735 --> 00:30:34,769 (CHUCKLES) 524 00:30:34,803 --> 00:30:37,004 You remember Pierce, right? 525 00:30:37,037 --> 00:30:39,808 (STUTTERS) Go ahead and take a seat, David. 526 00:30:42,976 --> 00:30:44,713 Day five of the epic test match, 527 00:30:44,746 --> 00:30:46,080 Smallbones versus Smallbones, 528 00:30:46,113 --> 00:30:48,082 with Smallbones on the cusp of victory. 529 00:30:48,115 --> 00:30:49,216 -You bet we are. -(DOOR SHUTS) 530 00:30:49,249 --> 00:30:51,118 Let's go, World Cup for Australia! 531 00:30:51,151 --> 00:30:53,220 (ALL EXCLAIMING) 532 00:30:53,253 --> 00:30:54,955 Dad, this place is awesome! 533 00:30:54,988 --> 00:30:56,490 We can play cricket in the house! 534 00:30:57,491 --> 00:30:59,193 You're back already? That was quick. 535 00:31:02,564 --> 00:31:04,766 (CHILDREN CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY) 536 00:31:09,804 --> 00:31:10,839 What happened? 537 00:31:12,707 --> 00:31:14,709 (SIGHS) 538 00:31:14,743 --> 00:31:18,011 He, uh, took a better deal. 539 00:31:18,045 --> 00:31:19,947 His label got wind of what we were doing 540 00:31:19,980 --> 00:31:22,717 and they extended his contract. 541 00:31:24,753 --> 00:31:25,854 (SIGHS) 542 00:31:26,755 --> 00:31:28,389 Helen, I'll... 543 00:31:30,725 --> 00:31:32,159 Groceries. 544 00:31:32,192 --> 00:31:35,530 Take Daniel and Bec. It's a long walk. 545 00:31:38,332 --> 00:31:40,535 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 546 00:31:49,243 --> 00:31:50,545 (DOOR SHUTS) 547 00:31:59,621 --> 00:32:01,221 (BREATH TREMBLING) 548 00:32:03,725 --> 00:32:05,593 (SOBBING SOFTLY) 549 00:32:08,696 --> 00:32:10,698 (CONTINUES SOBBING) 550 00:32:16,170 --> 00:32:18,573 (MUFFLED SCREAMING) 551 00:32:24,679 --> 00:32:26,748 (CONTINUES SOBBING) 552 00:33:10,123 --> 00:33:12,359 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING) 553 00:33:32,079 --> 00:33:33,882 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 554 00:33:37,585 --> 00:33:39,654 That's what got us through Customs. 555 00:33:43,290 --> 00:33:44,692 It's a miracle. 556 00:33:47,695 --> 00:33:50,765 It's like some kind of sign that we're supposed to be here. 557 00:33:54,268 --> 00:33:55,603 (SIGHS) 558 00:33:58,138 --> 00:33:59,908 I agreed to two years. 559 00:34:02,175 --> 00:34:03,210 And come what may, 560 00:34:03,243 --> 00:34:05,847 I am not gonna be another person 561 00:34:05,880 --> 00:34:07,549 that breaks a promise to you. 562 00:34:12,286 --> 00:34:13,555 (KISSES) 563 00:34:13,588 --> 00:34:15,590 (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 564 00:34:15,623 --> 00:34:19,326 ♪ Thank you, Lord, for giving us food ♪ 565 00:34:19,359 --> 00:34:22,897 ♪ Thank you, Lord, for giving us food ♪ 566 00:34:22,931 --> 00:34:27,067 ♪ Thank you, Lord, for giving us food ♪ 567 00:34:27,100 --> 00:34:29,269 ♪ Right where we are ♪ 568 00:34:29,303 --> 00:34:30,838 ♪ Amen ♪ 569 00:34:32,439 --> 00:34:34,776 I know some of you are excited to be here, 570 00:34:34,809 --> 00:34:35,743 and others less so. 571 00:34:35,777 --> 00:34:38,145 I for one, am absolutely thrilled to be here. 572 00:34:38,178 --> 00:34:40,113 -Oh, nice one, Joelsy. -No worries, Bec. 573 00:34:40,147 --> 00:34:41,214 HELEN: Thank you, Joel. 574 00:34:41,248 --> 00:34:43,350 However you guys feel about being here, 575 00:34:43,383 --> 00:34:45,820 we completely understand. 576 00:34:45,853 --> 00:34:51,559 But the fact is, we are here, and we need to make it work. 577 00:34:52,760 --> 00:34:55,162 And we need to make some changes. 578 00:34:55,195 --> 00:34:57,599 Starting with me and your dad. 579 00:34:57,632 --> 00:35:01,035 We need to be honest with you, because we need your help. 580 00:35:08,076 --> 00:35:13,213 On my last tour back home, I lost a lot of money. 581 00:35:13,246 --> 00:35:15,349 Want us to help you find it? 582 00:35:15,382 --> 00:35:17,284 It's gone now, darling. Thank you, though. 583 00:35:17,317 --> 00:35:19,319 -(SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) -And because of that, 584 00:35:19,353 --> 00:35:20,487 no one would hire me in Australia, 585 00:35:20,521 --> 00:35:22,857 so I got a job here. 586 00:35:25,994 --> 00:35:27,595 And this morning... 587 00:35:29,262 --> 00:35:31,498 (SIGHS) ...that job fell through. 588 00:35:32,299 --> 00:35:35,870 Wait. So we're not going back? 589 00:35:35,903 --> 00:35:37,437 Your dad and I believe 590 00:35:37,471 --> 00:35:39,040 that this is where we're supposed to be. 591 00:35:39,073 --> 00:35:42,677 -So this isn't an adventure? -HELEN: Oh, no, it is. 592 00:35:42,710 --> 00:35:44,879 Every adventure has perils and pitfalls. 593 00:35:44,912 --> 00:35:46,080 And pirates. 594 00:35:46,114 --> 00:35:48,616 Yeah, we've had a fair few of those, haven't we? 595 00:35:49,717 --> 00:35:53,054 So we have to be brave together. 596 00:35:53,087 --> 00:35:55,723 And it's not enough for us to just be here for Dad. 597 00:35:55,757 --> 00:35:57,892 We have to be here for each other as well. 598 00:35:58,693 --> 00:36:03,363 And we need to pray, every day, 599 00:36:04,231 --> 00:36:05,900 for everything that we need. 600 00:36:12,140 --> 00:36:14,274 This is everything we have. 601 00:36:14,307 --> 00:36:18,513 And sometimes it's gonna grow, and sometimes it will shrink. 602 00:36:19,914 --> 00:36:22,717 Rent, bills, groceries. 603 00:36:22,750 --> 00:36:25,053 But it cannot be allowed to disappear. 604 00:36:29,456 --> 00:36:31,826 Can we pray now? I'll start. 605 00:36:35,596 --> 00:36:38,966 God, I pray that you will give us 606 00:36:39,000 --> 00:36:40,467 everything that we need. 607 00:36:41,334 --> 00:36:42,737 A job for Dad. 608 00:36:44,471 --> 00:36:46,440 If it'll help, I wouldn't mind having one, too. 609 00:36:46,473 --> 00:36:48,676 -Same. -Me, too. 610 00:36:48,710 --> 00:36:50,945 -And we need food. -And a car. 611 00:36:50,978 --> 00:36:51,979 And furniture, 612 00:36:52,013 --> 00:36:54,816 so we don't have to sleep on the floor. 613 00:36:54,849 --> 00:36:56,150 Not that I mind. 614 00:36:56,984 --> 00:36:57,819 God knows your mind, 615 00:36:57,852 --> 00:36:59,120 so you might as well be honest, Benji. 616 00:36:59,153 --> 00:37:02,123 -All right, all right. -LUKE: You wanna pray, Dad? 617 00:37:07,962 --> 00:37:09,030 God... 618 00:37:12,399 --> 00:37:15,002 I don't even really know where to start. 619 00:37:17,171 --> 00:37:23,111 But I ask that you would show Mum and me, all of us... 620 00:37:25,012 --> 00:37:26,246 show us the way. 621 00:37:28,516 --> 00:37:32,019 -Amen. -CHILDREN: Amen. 622 00:37:33,221 --> 00:37:34,254 HELEN: Come on. 623 00:37:34,287 --> 00:37:36,524 (CONGREGATION SINGING ALL TO JESUS) 624 00:37:38,826 --> 00:37:40,928 Come on, come on, rattle your dags. 625 00:37:43,531 --> 00:37:49,737 ♪ All to Thee, my blessed Savior ♪ 626 00:37:49,771 --> 00:37:55,143 ♪ I surrender all ♪ 627 00:37:56,476 --> 00:37:57,678 LUANNE: Please be seated. 628 00:38:00,648 --> 00:38:02,750 -(INDISTINCT WHISPERING) -LUANNE: So before we continue 629 00:38:02,784 --> 00:38:04,451 our journey through the Psalms, 630 00:38:04,484 --> 00:38:06,087 I'm gonna read you some Sunday announcements. 631 00:38:06,120 --> 00:38:07,021 Sorry. Excuse me. 632 00:38:07,054 --> 00:38:08,222 LUANNE: There's a clothing and a food drive 633 00:38:08,256 --> 00:38:09,389 at the Metro Mission Center... 634 00:38:09,422 --> 00:38:10,490 Sorry. Excuse me. 635 00:38:10,525 --> 00:38:12,527 ...taking clothing and food donations. 636 00:38:12,560 --> 00:38:14,595 And y'all, the youth group gets back up and running 637 00:38:14,629 --> 00:38:17,031 this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. 638 00:38:17,064 --> 00:38:18,900 And the homeschool tutorial starts 639 00:38:18,933 --> 00:38:21,669 a week from Monday at 9:00 a.m. 640 00:38:21,702 --> 00:38:24,038 Talk to Kay Albright if you're interested. 641 00:38:24,071 --> 00:38:27,074 So would you please stand for the reading of God's Word? 642 00:38:31,045 --> 00:38:33,548 "I lift up my eyes to the mountains. 643 00:38:33,581 --> 00:38:36,316 "Where does my help come from? 644 00:38:36,349 --> 00:38:38,953 "My help comes from the Lord, 645 00:38:38,986 --> 00:38:41,722 "the Maker of Heaven and Earth. 646 00:38:42,757 --> 00:38:44,959 (SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 647 00:38:46,727 --> 00:38:47,829 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 648 00:38:47,862 --> 00:38:50,765 "Nashville Homeschool Tutorial." 649 00:38:50,798 --> 00:38:53,067 Homeschooling? Darl. 650 00:38:53,100 --> 00:38:54,969 Well, public school already started. 651 00:38:55,002 --> 00:38:56,537 So, you know, maybe we just try it 652 00:38:56,571 --> 00:38:58,706 for a semester and see how it goes? 653 00:38:58,739 --> 00:39:01,843 How y'all doin'? Y'all must be new. 654 00:39:01,876 --> 00:39:03,578 We'd have noticed you before now, 655 00:39:03,611 --> 00:39:04,745 -no offense. -(HELEN AND DAVID CHUCKLE) 656 00:39:04,779 --> 00:39:06,647 We do sort of stand out, don't we? (CHUCKLES) 657 00:39:06,681 --> 00:39:08,381 Are y'all from England? 658 00:39:08,415 --> 00:39:09,717 Uh, Australia. 659 00:39:09,750 --> 00:39:12,787 Australia. Wish I had an accent. 660 00:39:14,622 --> 00:39:15,890 -Appreciate it. -(CHUCKLING) Yeah. 661 00:39:15,923 --> 00:39:18,226 Well, I'm Kay. This is my husband, Jed. 662 00:39:18,259 --> 00:39:19,727 -Helen. -David. 663 00:39:19,760 --> 00:39:20,862 -JED: Nice to meet you. -G'day. 664 00:39:20,895 --> 00:39:23,831 My name's Joshua, but you can call me Josh. 665 00:39:23,865 --> 00:39:24,899 (JED AND KAY CHUCKLE) 666 00:39:24,932 --> 00:39:26,734 Well, it's good to know, Josh. 667 00:39:26,767 --> 00:39:27,869 Are you guys visiting or? 668 00:39:27,902 --> 00:39:29,637 -Oh, this is home... -Two years. 669 00:39:30,972 --> 00:39:33,641 Do you know anything about the, um, homeschool tutorial? 670 00:39:33,674 --> 00:39:35,375 Oh, yeah. Yeah, we've got two girls. 671 00:39:35,408 --> 00:39:36,777 They just love it. 672 00:39:36,811 --> 00:39:38,746 Are y'all thinking of joining us? 673 00:39:39,479 --> 00:39:41,115 Yeah, if there's space. 674 00:39:41,148 --> 00:39:43,150 I mean, there are a fair few of us, though. 675 00:39:43,184 --> 00:39:44,852 (CHUCKLES) You don't say. 676 00:39:44,886 --> 00:39:47,487 Tell you what, you need any help signing up, 677 00:39:47,521 --> 00:39:48,589 anything at all, 678 00:39:48,623 --> 00:39:49,957 -you just give me a ring. -Thank you. 679 00:39:49,991 --> 00:39:51,692 -Yeah. -Well, 680 00:39:51,726 --> 00:39:53,261 welcome to Nashville, y'all. 681 00:39:54,228 --> 00:39:55,696 (HELEN SIGHS) 682 00:39:59,901 --> 00:40:01,369 DAVID: We're in luck, boys. 683 00:40:05,405 --> 00:40:06,406 (LAWNMOWER WHIRRING) 684 00:40:12,313 --> 00:40:13,514 (LAWNMOWER STOPS) 685 00:40:13,547 --> 00:40:17,218 Hey, Joely, Luke, let's empty her out. 686 00:40:17,251 --> 00:40:18,252 (VEHICLE APPROACHING) 687 00:40:21,822 --> 00:40:23,891 -STEVE: Hey, neighbor. -G'day. 688 00:40:23,925 --> 00:40:27,261 (CHUCKLES) That's quite a crew you got there. 689 00:40:27,295 --> 00:40:28,696 Yeah, proper cricket team. 690 00:40:28,729 --> 00:40:30,631 (LAUGHS) Hey, maybe when you all get done, 691 00:40:30,665 --> 00:40:32,099 you could come do my place? 692 00:40:32,133 --> 00:40:35,636 I'm not sure we're quite ready to take this show on the road... 693 00:40:35,670 --> 00:40:36,971 How much would you pay us? 694 00:40:40,608 --> 00:40:42,810 (CRAZY BY SEAL PLAYING) 695 00:40:44,011 --> 00:40:47,114 ♪ A man decides after 70 years ♪ 696 00:40:47,148 --> 00:40:49,283 ♪ That what he goes there for ♪ 697 00:40:49,317 --> 00:40:50,318 (INAUDIBLE CONVERSATION) 698 00:40:50,351 --> 00:40:53,054 ♪ Is to unlock the door ♪ 699 00:40:53,087 --> 00:40:56,824 ♪ While those around him criticize and sleep ♪ 700 00:41:02,530 --> 00:41:06,000 ♪ And through a fractal on a breaking wall ♪ 701 00:41:06,033 --> 00:41:08,169 ♪ I see you my friend ♪ 702 00:41:08,202 --> 00:41:12,173 ♪ And touch your face again ♪ 703 00:41:12,206 --> 00:41:14,408 ♪ Miracles will happen as we trip ♪ 704 00:41:14,442 --> 00:41:15,443 (SIGHS) 705 00:41:21,949 --> 00:41:26,954 ♪ But we're never gonna survive, unless ♪ 706 00:41:26,988 --> 00:41:29,390 ♪ We get a little crazy ♪ 707 00:41:31,491 --> 00:41:36,263 ♪ No we're never gonna survive, unless ♪ 708 00:41:36,297 --> 00:41:38,566 ♪ We are a little ♪ 709 00:41:38,599 --> 00:41:39,800 (SIGHS) 710 00:41:39,834 --> 00:41:42,136 ♪ Crazy... ♪ 711 00:41:42,169 --> 00:41:43,704 $87.80. 712 00:41:46,007 --> 00:41:47,875 Could I just put a couple of things back? 713 00:41:52,079 --> 00:41:54,982 ♪ And yet together they were friends at school ♪ 714 00:41:55,016 --> 00:42:00,888 ♪ Ohh, get it, get it, get it, get it no no ♪ 715 00:42:00,921 --> 00:42:03,858 G'day, Smallbone residence. Dave speaking. 716 00:42:05,960 --> 00:42:07,561 Yeah. 717 00:42:07,595 --> 00:42:09,330 Helen, we got another job! 718 00:42:12,066 --> 00:42:14,735 Mum, how do you spell "cheap"? 719 00:42:14,769 --> 00:42:16,937 -C-H-E... -Why do you ask, Lukey? 720 00:42:16,971 --> 00:42:20,074 I wanna ask God to make things more cheap. 721 00:42:24,513 --> 00:42:27,348 C-H-E-A... 722 00:42:29,817 --> 00:42:33,421 ♪ No no, never survive ♪ 723 00:42:33,454 --> 00:42:40,461 ♪ Unless we get a little bit ♪ 724 00:42:45,232 --> 00:42:46,567 $93.81. 725 00:42:49,603 --> 00:42:51,772 (CASH REGISTER BEEPING) 726 00:43:03,184 --> 00:43:05,219 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 727 00:43:09,990 --> 00:43:11,659 -Hey, Luke. -Hey, Dad. 728 00:43:11,692 --> 00:43:13,961 (CHILDREN CHATTERING IN DISTANCE) 729 00:43:27,975 --> 00:43:29,009 JAMES: (OVER PHONE) Well, I'm glad you're all 730 00:43:29,043 --> 00:43:30,411 finding your footing. 731 00:43:31,879 --> 00:43:33,481 Some of us. Yeah. 732 00:43:33,515 --> 00:43:35,816 No, all of you. 733 00:43:35,850 --> 00:43:37,519 It may not be the way you wanted, 734 00:43:37,552 --> 00:43:39,186 but you're making your way. 735 00:43:41,155 --> 00:43:42,823 The kids are chipping in. 736 00:43:44,191 --> 00:43:45,893 Part of it makes me proud. 737 00:43:47,461 --> 00:43:48,963 Part of it makes me sad. 738 00:43:49,997 --> 00:43:51,031 Does it make them sad? 739 00:43:51,065 --> 00:43:53,000 I'm not sure they know any better. 740 00:43:53,033 --> 00:43:54,902 (LAUGHS) They know enough. 741 00:43:54,935 --> 00:43:56,937 And I think they're onto something. 742 00:43:56,971 --> 00:43:59,006 Any rate, you have all my prayers. 743 00:43:59,773 --> 00:44:01,576 Thanks. Thanks, Dad. 744 00:44:01,610 --> 00:44:05,079 You'll pull through, son. Chin up. 745 00:44:05,112 --> 00:44:06,480 "If you can dream..." 746 00:44:07,882 --> 00:44:09,750 "And not make dreams your master..." 747 00:44:09,783 --> 00:44:11,919 "You will be a man, my son." 748 00:44:11,952 --> 00:44:14,021 Yeah. Good on ya. 749 00:44:15,055 --> 00:44:17,124 -Love you. -Love you, too. 750 00:44:32,173 --> 00:44:34,643 Wow, this yard is huge. 751 00:44:35,476 --> 00:44:36,877 So is the house. 752 00:44:39,380 --> 00:44:40,447 (DANIEL GRUNTS) 753 00:44:42,716 --> 00:44:43,951 Wait up. 754 00:44:45,654 --> 00:44:48,088 (DOOR CREAKING) 755 00:44:48,122 --> 00:44:51,792 G'day. Uh, David Smallbone from Australia. 756 00:44:51,825 --> 00:44:54,428 I've recently arrived with my family. 757 00:44:54,461 --> 00:44:56,931 Uh, we started a lawn care and housecleaning business, 758 00:44:56,964 --> 00:44:59,166 wondering if we could be of service. 759 00:45:00,734 --> 00:45:01,969 Gotta go. 760 00:45:11,979 --> 00:45:14,448 The David Smallbone from Australia 761 00:45:14,481 --> 00:45:16,717 is the only David Smallbone I know. 762 00:45:18,587 --> 00:45:19,588 Eddie DeGarmo. 763 00:45:20,988 --> 00:45:22,591 In the flesh. 764 00:45:22,624 --> 00:45:24,526 (SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 765 00:45:24,559 --> 00:45:25,560 I, uh... 766 00:45:26,628 --> 00:45:28,329 Wow. 767 00:45:28,362 --> 00:45:33,367 Yeah. How did you, uh... How'd you get here? 768 00:45:33,400 --> 00:45:36,036 We walked, as usual. 769 00:45:37,071 --> 00:45:38,339 From Australia? 770 00:45:39,173 --> 00:45:41,008 It's a long story. 771 00:45:41,041 --> 00:45:44,044 -I take it the tour went well. -EDDIE: It did. 772 00:45:44,078 --> 00:45:47,314 Y'all have a beautiful country. 773 00:45:48,048 --> 00:45:49,618 Thanks very much. 774 00:45:49,651 --> 00:45:51,185 Uh, well, look, congratulations. 775 00:45:51,218 --> 00:45:53,722 Oh, we'll be off. Great to see ya. 776 00:45:53,754 --> 00:45:55,089 Come on, kids. 777 00:45:55,122 --> 00:45:56,558 EDDIE: You want the gig or not? 778 00:46:03,698 --> 00:46:05,700 (SOFT MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING) 779 00:46:12,806 --> 00:46:14,041 JOEL: Thank you. 780 00:46:15,843 --> 00:46:17,978 I never said it was ideal. 781 00:46:18,012 --> 00:46:19,681 NANA: But you don't have real jobs, 782 00:46:19,714 --> 00:46:21,181 you don't even have a car. 783 00:46:21,215 --> 00:46:24,151 Just come home. It's not working over there. 784 00:46:25,052 --> 00:46:27,154 Mum, I know you love me 785 00:46:27,187 --> 00:46:30,024 and I appreciate your concern, truly. 786 00:46:30,057 --> 00:46:36,196 But, these last two months, I've just seen miracles. 787 00:46:36,230 --> 00:46:38,533 Helen, it's time. 788 00:46:39,500 --> 00:46:41,335 (CONTINUES SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY) 789 00:46:41,368 --> 00:46:43,304 (INDISTINCT CHATTER, LAUGHTER) 790 00:46:45,272 --> 00:46:47,808 HELEN: Oh, no, we wouldn't want to impose. 791 00:46:47,841 --> 00:46:50,612 Nonsense! We'd love to have y'all. 792 00:46:53,447 --> 00:46:55,849 Truth is, um, we don't have a car 793 00:46:55,883 --> 00:46:58,586 or any real way to, um, get us all there. 794 00:46:59,953 --> 00:47:01,523 Sure you do, hon. 795 00:47:01,556 --> 00:47:03,658 Jed'll swing by and pick you all up. 796 00:47:03,692 --> 00:47:05,159 You ain't missing Thanksgiving. 797 00:47:05,192 --> 00:47:06,327 This is America. 798 00:47:06,360 --> 00:47:08,663 -(UPBEAT GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING) -(CHUCKLES) 799 00:47:08,697 --> 00:47:10,331 (DOORBELL RINGING) 800 00:47:10,364 --> 00:47:12,199 -(CHILDREN CHATTERING) -Oh, hey, bud. 801 00:47:12,232 --> 00:47:13,635 Mum says we'll be out right away. 802 00:47:13,668 --> 00:47:14,669 Sounds good. 803 00:47:15,737 --> 00:47:17,237 (DOOR OPENS) 804 00:47:21,475 --> 00:47:23,678 (CHILDREN CONTINUE CHATTERING) 805 00:47:25,580 --> 00:47:26,614 Jed! 806 00:47:28,015 --> 00:47:29,751 Hey, David. How ya doin'? 807 00:47:31,118 --> 00:47:34,221 Uh, good. Good-good. Getting there. 808 00:47:34,254 --> 00:47:36,390 Jed, so sorry to keep you waiting. 809 00:47:36,423 --> 00:47:39,694 No, it's fine. I'm just... I'll be right here. 810 00:47:40,695 --> 00:47:42,396 We'll just be one more minute. 811 00:47:44,031 --> 00:47:45,800 Grab your jackets. 812 00:47:45,834 --> 00:47:48,035 LUKE: Everybody in the car! 813 00:47:48,068 --> 00:47:49,103 (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) 814 00:47:49,136 --> 00:47:51,539 -Just a little taste of home. -Oh. 815 00:47:52,106 --> 00:47:53,207 Jelly? 816 00:47:53,240 --> 00:47:54,942 -Thanks a bunch. -Thank you. 817 00:47:54,975 --> 00:47:56,210 -My pleasure. Yes. -Thanks so much! 818 00:47:56,243 --> 00:47:58,011 -Thank you. -Thanks heaps. 819 00:47:58,045 --> 00:47:59,681 -Thank you so much. -Oh, no problem. 820 00:48:01,014 --> 00:48:02,316 "Vegemite"? 821 00:48:20,668 --> 00:48:21,703 BEN: Wow, nice place! 822 00:48:21,736 --> 00:48:22,704 REBECCA: Get out, little monkey. 823 00:48:22,737 --> 00:48:25,305 It's like our house back home, huh, Mum? 824 00:48:25,339 --> 00:48:27,341 -Yes. It's lovely. -JED: Thanks, y'all. 825 00:48:27,374 --> 00:48:29,243 -BEN: What's your job? -Ben, we don't... 826 00:48:29,276 --> 00:48:32,614 No, no, it's fine. I, I write songs. 827 00:48:32,647 --> 00:48:34,915 JOEL: Oh, great! Dad's in music, too. 828 00:48:35,583 --> 00:48:37,886 Yeah. So I hear. 829 00:48:40,053 --> 00:48:41,523 HELEN: Thank you. LUKE: Whoa! 830 00:48:42,122 --> 00:48:43,190 What's over here? 831 00:48:43,223 --> 00:48:44,224 HELEN: Is it okay that they just... 832 00:48:44,258 --> 00:48:45,860 (CHUCKLING) Oh, no, I'm sorry. 833 00:48:45,894 --> 00:48:48,328 (INDISTINCT CONVERSATION) 834 00:48:48,362 --> 00:48:49,496 KAY: Happy Thanksgiving. 835 00:48:49,531 --> 00:48:51,432 I'm so glad y'all could make it. 836 00:48:51,465 --> 00:48:53,100 HELEN: Happy Day of Thanksgiving. 837 00:48:53,133 --> 00:48:54,569 -(HELEN CHUCKLES) -Yeah, thanks for having us. 838 00:48:54,602 --> 00:48:57,137 -Uh, I'll take your coats. -Make yourselves at home. 839 00:48:57,171 --> 00:48:58,939 There are snacks in the kitchen 840 00:48:58,972 --> 00:49:00,073 and, kids, you all can head upstairs 841 00:49:00,107 --> 00:49:01,208 to the game room, if you want or... 842 00:49:01,241 --> 00:49:02,811 -CHILDREN: Game room? -Be good. 843 00:49:02,844 --> 00:49:05,112 (CHUCKLES) Yeah, come on in. 844 00:49:05,145 --> 00:49:06,180 Y'all are gonna leave here 845 00:49:06,213 --> 00:49:07,882 fuller than a tick on a coonhound. 846 00:49:12,152 --> 00:49:13,454 Thanks very much. 847 00:49:15,790 --> 00:49:16,825 (SIGHS) 848 00:49:18,225 --> 00:49:19,359 JED: Our most loving Father, 849 00:49:19,393 --> 00:49:21,228 we thank you for our many blessings, 850 00:49:21,261 --> 00:49:24,498 our dear friends, old and new. 851 00:49:24,532 --> 00:49:27,267 We thank you for this delicious feast before us. 852 00:49:27,301 --> 00:49:29,403 -Amen. -ALL: Amen. 853 00:49:29,436 --> 00:49:33,273 ♪ Thank you, Lord, for giving us food ♪ 854 00:49:33,307 --> 00:49:34,909 SMALLBONES: ♪ Thank you, Lord ♪ 855 00:49:34,943 --> 00:49:37,244 ♪ For giving us food ♪ 856 00:49:37,277 --> 00:49:41,081 ♪ Thank you, Lord, for giving us food ♪ 857 00:49:41,114 --> 00:49:45,018 ♪ Right where we are, Amen ♪ 858 00:49:45,052 --> 00:49:48,989 ♪ Hallelujah, praise the Lord ♪ 859 00:49:49,022 --> 00:49:52,993 ♪ Hallelujah, praise the Lord ♪ 860 00:49:54,161 --> 00:50:00,400 REBECCA: ♪ Hallelujah, praise the Lord ♪ 861 00:50:00,434 --> 00:50:04,973 ♪ Right where we are ♪ 862 00:50:06,139 --> 00:50:07,942 -(GUESTS APPLAUDING) -CHILD: Amen. 863 00:50:13,915 --> 00:50:15,817 Hey, you all right? 864 00:50:18,586 --> 00:50:20,688 Seems like they could use some help. 865 00:50:22,089 --> 00:50:24,458 (CHILDREN LAUGHING, CHATTERING) 866 00:50:26,460 --> 00:50:29,396 That is the biggest chicken I've ever seen. 867 00:50:29,429 --> 00:50:31,666 It's no chicken, sweetie, it's an ostrich. 868 00:50:34,067 --> 00:50:37,037 So, Kay tells me you're a promoter. 869 00:50:37,070 --> 00:50:39,139 Oh, once upon a time, yeah. 870 00:50:39,172 --> 00:50:40,975 You know someone looking for one? 871 00:50:42,209 --> 00:50:44,378 Well, I may know somebody who should be. 872 00:50:51,385 --> 00:50:53,922 Oh, darl, can't just throw her to the wolves. 873 00:50:54,522 --> 00:50:55,389 (SIGHS) 874 00:50:55,422 --> 00:50:57,257 I wouldn't underestimate her... 875 00:50:58,191 --> 00:50:59,459 or any of them. 876 00:51:04,364 --> 00:51:05,465 JED: Thanks for coming. 877 00:51:05,499 --> 00:51:07,134 -You have a good night. -KAY: Good night. 878 00:51:07,167 --> 00:51:08,536 (DOOR SHUTS) 879 00:51:08,570 --> 00:51:10,170 Hey, thank you so much for having us. 880 00:51:10,203 --> 00:51:11,338 Our pleasure. 881 00:51:11,371 --> 00:51:12,707 Yeah, I think the kids are a bit knackered. 882 00:51:12,740 --> 00:51:14,809 Could we trouble you to give us a ride home? 883 00:51:14,842 --> 00:51:15,843 Here ya go. 884 00:51:17,344 --> 00:51:18,378 HELEN: Oh, Jed, 885 00:51:18,412 --> 00:51:20,648 -we can't borrow your van. -I mean... 886 00:51:21,549 --> 00:51:23,350 Well, Kay and I had a chat, 887 00:51:23,383 --> 00:51:26,554 and the way we see it, it's yours now. 888 00:51:28,790 --> 00:51:30,959 -I... Mate, that's kind... -HELEN: Oh, no, 889 00:51:30,992 --> 00:51:32,026 we don't have insurance. 890 00:51:32,060 --> 00:51:34,394 (LAUGHS) Let 'em sue me. 891 00:51:34,428 --> 00:51:37,130 I think God wants us to give you the van. 892 00:51:37,164 --> 00:51:38,198 We'll sort the rest out later. 893 00:51:38,231 --> 00:51:40,434 (SLOW DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 894 00:51:43,203 --> 00:51:45,305 (HELEN CHUCKLING) 895 00:51:45,339 --> 00:51:47,675 (CHILDREN LAUGHING, CHATTERING) 896 00:51:56,784 --> 00:51:58,418 JOEL: Dad, turn on the cassette player! 897 00:51:58,452 --> 00:51:59,486 Turn on the radio! 898 00:51:59,520 --> 00:52:01,055 REBECCA: Oh, yeah, yeah! No, play that. 899 00:52:01,089 --> 00:52:02,724 Play the cassette, please. 900 00:52:02,757 --> 00:52:04,959 No, it's got a cassette player and a CD player. 901 00:52:04,993 --> 00:52:07,394 (RHYTHM OF MY HEART BY ROD STEWART PLAYING OVER TAPE) 902 00:52:10,632 --> 00:52:12,867 Happy Thanksgiving, darling. (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) 903 00:52:12,900 --> 00:52:13,801 You too, darl. 904 00:52:13,835 --> 00:52:15,570 REBECCA: ♪ Oh, the rhythm of my heart ♪ 905 00:52:15,603 --> 00:52:17,805 ♪ Is beating like a drum ♪ 906 00:52:17,839 --> 00:52:22,275 ♪ With the words "I love you" Rolling off my tongue ♪ 907 00:52:22,309 --> 00:52:27,982 ♪ No, never will I roam For I know my place is home ♪ 908 00:52:28,016 --> 00:52:33,821 ♪ Where the ocean meets the sky I'll be sailin' ♪ 909 00:52:33,855 --> 00:52:34,722 (MUSIC STOPS PLAYING) 910 00:52:34,756 --> 00:52:37,625 All right, there. You've got this. 911 00:52:37,659 --> 00:52:39,459 You'll be all right. Just make it your own. 912 00:52:40,327 --> 00:52:41,896 Hit it, boys. 913 00:52:41,929 --> 00:52:42,964 (TAPE CLICKS) 914 00:52:42,997 --> 00:52:45,033 (THAT'S WHAT LOVE IS FOR BY AMY GRANT PLAYING) 915 00:52:47,902 --> 00:52:52,439 ♪ That's what love is for ♪ 916 00:52:52,472 --> 00:52:54,241 ♪ To help us through it ♪ 917 00:52:54,274 --> 00:52:56,376 -♪ That's what love... ♪ -All right, stop. Stop. 918 00:52:56,410 --> 00:52:57,545 -(MUSIC STOPS PLAYING) -What? 919 00:52:57,578 --> 00:52:59,179 Sweetie, what's this? What are you doing? 920 00:52:59,212 --> 00:53:00,848 Oh. 921 00:53:00,882 --> 00:53:02,650 Moving my hand. 922 00:53:02,684 --> 00:53:06,120 Oh, well, just try to move it more like a normal person. 923 00:53:07,320 --> 00:53:09,322 I mean, just don't try so hard. 924 00:53:09,356 --> 00:53:11,324 You know, relax. 925 00:53:11,358 --> 00:53:12,627 Let's give it another go. 926 00:53:12,660 --> 00:53:16,296 LUKE AND JOEL: ♪ That's what love is for ♪ 927 00:53:16,329 --> 00:53:18,533 ♪ To help us through it ♪ 928 00:53:18,566 --> 00:53:22,670 ♪ That's what love is for... ♪ 929 00:53:22,704 --> 00:53:24,939 All right. That's really nice, boys. 930 00:53:24,972 --> 00:53:27,175 -But that's... that's enough. -(LAUGHING) 931 00:53:27,207 --> 00:53:28,509 Let's give it another go. 932 00:53:28,543 --> 00:53:30,545 -I want a record deal. -So do I. 933 00:53:31,378 --> 00:53:33,346 Yeah, well, get in line. 934 00:53:33,380 --> 00:53:34,949 All right, from the top. 935 00:53:34,982 --> 00:53:36,249 -(TAPE CLICKS) -(MUSIC RESUMES PLAYING) 936 00:53:36,283 --> 00:53:39,419 Just relax. Yeah. Yeah, no. 937 00:53:39,453 --> 00:53:40,688 (EXHALES) 938 00:53:40,722 --> 00:53:41,656 (GRUNTS) 939 00:53:41,689 --> 00:53:46,426 ♪ That's what love is for ♪ 940 00:53:46,460 --> 00:53:48,361 ♪ To help us through it ♪ 941 00:53:48,395 --> 00:53:49,496 ♪ That's what love is... ♪ 942 00:53:49,530 --> 00:53:51,032 DAVID: Yeah, I don't know what it is. 943 00:53:51,065 --> 00:53:54,702 When she sings and thinks no one's watching, she shines. 944 00:53:54,736 --> 00:53:57,972 But then in those rehearsals, the spark's just... 945 00:53:59,073 --> 00:54:00,141 It's just gone. 946 00:54:01,976 --> 00:54:04,411 Well, it can't be easy, 947 00:54:04,444 --> 00:54:06,848 performing under critical eyes. 948 00:54:06,881 --> 00:54:08,983 It's only gonna get harder from here, darling. 949 00:54:11,219 --> 00:54:12,452 Just give her time. 950 00:54:16,624 --> 00:54:18,258 Another thing we can't afford. 951 00:54:21,361 --> 00:54:22,797 JOEL: Mum! Mum! 952 00:54:24,098 --> 00:54:25,099 HELEN: What's this? 953 00:54:26,834 --> 00:54:28,102 Oh. 954 00:54:28,136 --> 00:54:29,537 Christmas list. 955 00:54:33,141 --> 00:54:34,976 (SIGHS) Money's tight, boys. 956 00:54:35,009 --> 00:54:36,476 Santa doesn't care that we're poor. 957 00:54:37,512 --> 00:54:38,813 True. 958 00:54:38,846 --> 00:54:41,314 But because we moved, he might not know where we live. 959 00:54:41,348 --> 00:54:43,584 What? You didn't tell him? 960 00:54:43,618 --> 00:54:44,952 Why didn't you tell him we moved? 961 00:54:44,986 --> 00:54:46,854 -That's enough, Joel. -We have to pray. 962 00:54:46,888 --> 00:54:48,790 DAVID: It doesn't work like that. 963 00:54:48,823 --> 00:54:50,658 We've prayed for everything else. 964 00:54:50,691 --> 00:54:51,859 Why can't we pray for this? 965 00:54:53,027 --> 00:54:54,028 Look. 966 00:54:55,062 --> 00:54:57,265 We promised to be honest with you. 967 00:54:57,297 --> 00:54:59,567 It's time you knew. (SIGHS) 968 00:54:59,600 --> 00:55:01,803 -There's... -Yes, it's time you knew 969 00:55:01,836 --> 00:55:04,105 what Mum wants for Christmas. 970 00:55:04,138 --> 00:55:06,941 A washing machine and a dryer. 971 00:55:06,974 --> 00:55:08,810 (HELEN CHUCKLES) 972 00:55:08,843 --> 00:55:10,978 -Who wants to pray? -I will. 973 00:55:12,180 --> 00:55:16,449 Jesus, I bet you and St. Nick are good friends. 974 00:55:16,483 --> 00:55:18,686 So if you could give him our address, 975 00:55:18,719 --> 00:55:20,021 we'd be very glad. 976 00:55:20,054 --> 00:55:22,322 And please give Mum a washer and dryer. 977 00:55:22,355 --> 00:55:24,192 -Amen. -Amen. 978 00:55:24,225 --> 00:55:25,793 Amen. Okay, take that 979 00:55:25,827 --> 00:55:27,829 and get the others to write what they want, as well, okay? 980 00:55:27,862 --> 00:55:29,496 JOEL AND LUKE: Guys, Santa needs to know 981 00:55:29,530 --> 00:55:31,464 what you want for Christmas! 982 00:55:31,498 --> 00:55:34,101 I'm sorry, David. I just couldn't. 983 00:55:35,502 --> 00:55:37,538 If not now then when, darl? 984 00:55:38,506 --> 00:55:39,874 Christmas morning? 985 00:55:46,346 --> 00:55:47,548 (SIGHS) 986 00:55:47,582 --> 00:55:48,616 Ooh! 987 00:55:48,649 --> 00:55:50,017 It's freezing. 988 00:55:50,051 --> 00:55:53,120 Those wintery Christmas carols now make a lot more sense. 989 00:55:53,154 --> 00:55:55,156 Well, I can't imagine Christmas in the summer. 990 00:55:55,189 --> 00:55:57,892 -That seems so wrong. -(BOTH CHUCKLE) 991 00:55:57,925 --> 00:56:00,094 (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS) 992 00:56:03,363 --> 00:56:04,599 (KAY CHUCKLES) 993 00:56:04,632 --> 00:56:06,234 They always have the funniest little knickknacks 994 00:56:06,267 --> 00:56:07,602 to put in all the stockings. 995 00:56:07,635 --> 00:56:09,770 (CHUCKLES) Yeah. 996 00:56:12,439 --> 00:56:13,641 May I? 997 00:56:18,579 --> 00:56:20,681 Oh, honey, you're, uh, 998 00:56:20,715 --> 00:56:22,850 you're not gonna find much of this here. 999 00:56:27,555 --> 00:56:29,123 Yeah, I see that. 1000 00:56:30,791 --> 00:56:33,094 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1001 00:56:34,729 --> 00:56:37,231 DAVID: Grab a spoon. Go and get the cream. 1002 00:56:37,265 --> 00:56:38,566 HELEN: Oh, yeah, get the cream. 1003 00:56:38,599 --> 00:56:40,500 (GRUNTS) Can he get it? 1004 00:56:40,534 --> 00:56:42,136 (CHILDREN EXCLAIMING) 1005 00:56:42,169 --> 00:56:43,838 CHILDREN: Yeah! 1006 00:56:43,871 --> 00:56:45,373 DAVID: On the cookie, can he land it? 1007 00:56:45,405 --> 00:56:46,439 BEN: Come on, Joshie! 1008 00:56:46,473 --> 00:56:47,575 DAVID: Yes, all right, all right. 1009 00:56:47,608 --> 00:56:49,677 -You're doing great. -DANIEL: Thank you. 1010 00:56:49,710 --> 00:56:52,046 (CHILDREN AND DAVID EXCLAIMING) 1011 00:56:53,915 --> 00:56:55,082 DAVID: Danny, put the sprinkles 1012 00:56:55,116 --> 00:56:56,350 -on the cookie! -(DOORBELL RINGS) 1013 00:56:56,384 --> 00:56:57,685 JOEL: Oh, I'll get it. 1014 00:56:59,820 --> 00:57:01,022 -LUKE: I'll come, too. -Who could that be? 1015 00:57:01,055 --> 00:57:03,557 I don't know. Maybe it's carolers. 1016 00:57:03,591 --> 00:57:04,926 They do that in America. 1017 00:57:06,027 --> 00:57:07,228 BOYS: Santa! 1018 00:57:07,261 --> 00:57:10,564 -Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas. -(CHILDREN EXCLAIMING) 1019 00:57:10,598 --> 00:57:12,800 -Merry Christmas. -Santa! Look, Dad, it's Santa! 1020 00:57:13,534 --> 00:57:15,236 MAN: Back at ya, bud. 1021 00:57:15,269 --> 00:57:17,939 -CHILD: Presents! -Merry Christmas, Smallbones. 1022 00:57:17,972 --> 00:57:20,007 Joy to the world, y'all. (CHUCKLES) 1023 00:57:20,041 --> 00:57:22,243 CONGREGANTS: ♪ We wish you a merry Christmas ♪ 1024 00:57:22,276 --> 00:57:24,745 ♪ We wish you a merry Christmas ♪ 1025 00:57:24,779 --> 00:57:27,014 ♪ We wish you a merry Christmas ♪ 1026 00:57:27,048 --> 00:57:28,983 ♪ And a happy new year ♪ 1027 00:57:30,051 --> 00:57:31,719 A washer! 1028 00:57:31,752 --> 00:57:33,988 ♪ To you and your kin ♪ 1029 00:57:34,021 --> 00:57:38,859 ♪ Good tidings for Christmas And a happy new year ♪ 1030 00:57:38,893 --> 00:57:41,095 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1031 00:57:52,273 --> 00:57:53,274 Thank you, Jed. 1032 00:57:55,109 --> 00:57:58,112 No, man, Kay's the one who... 1033 00:57:58,145 --> 00:58:01,382 Well, the church and Santa, of course. 1034 00:58:01,415 --> 00:58:02,416 What did I tell you, Mum? 1035 00:58:04,484 --> 00:58:09,724 CONGREGANTS: ♪ Hark the herald angels sing ♪ 1036 00:58:09,757 --> 00:58:14,061 ♪ Glory to the newborn king ♪ 1037 00:58:14,095 --> 00:58:19,133 ♪ Peace on earth and mercy mild ♪ 1038 00:58:19,166 --> 00:58:23,838 ♪ God and sinners reconciled ♪ 1039 00:58:23,871 --> 00:58:28,642 ♪ Joyful all ye nations rise ♪ 1040 00:58:28,676 --> 00:58:33,547 ♪ Join the triumph of the skies ♪ 1041 00:58:33,581 --> 00:58:35,182 ♪ With angelic... ♪ 1042 00:58:35,216 --> 00:58:37,418 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING) 1043 00:59:13,587 --> 00:59:15,656 (WASHING MACHINE WHIRRING) 1044 00:59:15,689 --> 00:59:17,858 (WASHING MACHINE BEEPS) 1045 00:59:17,892 --> 00:59:19,360 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1046 00:59:22,463 --> 00:59:24,065 (EXHALES) 1047 00:59:26,634 --> 00:59:28,537 (BREATHING DEEPLY) 1048 00:59:28,569 --> 00:59:30,571 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1049 00:59:35,876 --> 00:59:37,878 David, it's time. 1050 00:59:38,579 --> 00:59:39,580 What's that, darl? 1051 00:59:40,549 --> 00:59:41,550 HELEN: David. 1052 00:59:44,385 --> 00:59:45,386 Are you sure? 1053 00:59:47,221 --> 00:59:48,489 Right. 1054 00:59:48,523 --> 00:59:51,459 Kids, Mum's gonna have the baby. 1055 00:59:51,492 --> 00:59:52,527 CHILDREN: Now? What? 1056 00:59:52,561 --> 00:59:53,694 (EXCITED CHATTER) 1057 00:59:53,727 --> 00:59:54,929 HELEN: Come say goodbye. 1058 00:59:54,962 --> 00:59:56,363 We'll be back in a couple of days. 1059 00:59:57,798 --> 00:59:59,200 (GROANING IN PAIN) 1060 01:00:02,336 --> 01:00:04,338 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1061 01:00:06,107 --> 01:00:08,142 -DOCTOR TANAKA: Okay, Helen... -Something feels different. 1062 01:00:08,175 --> 01:00:10,678 DOCTOR TANAKA: Take a deep breath and one more push. 1063 01:00:10,711 --> 01:00:12,046 Okay, you can do this. 1064 01:00:12,079 --> 01:00:14,181 -You've got this. -(BREATHING HEAVILY) 1065 01:00:14,215 --> 01:00:16,684 Ready? You've got this, okay? 1066 01:00:16,717 --> 01:00:18,986 (GROANING IN PAIN) 1067 01:00:22,524 --> 01:00:24,125 (CONTINUES GROANING IN PAIN) 1068 01:00:25,459 --> 01:00:27,461 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1069 01:00:29,630 --> 01:00:31,966 (BABY CRYING) 1070 01:00:36,137 --> 01:00:37,204 (CRYING) 1071 01:00:37,238 --> 01:00:40,875 Congratulations, it's a beautiful baby girl. 1072 01:00:40,908 --> 01:00:44,345 Oh! Hi, baby! 1073 01:00:44,745 --> 01:00:45,980 Oh! 1074 01:00:46,013 --> 01:00:47,047 (DAVID KISSES) 1075 01:00:47,081 --> 01:00:49,116 It's little American girl. (LAUGHS) 1076 01:00:49,150 --> 01:00:51,652 She looks true-blue Aussie to me. 1077 01:00:52,621 --> 01:00:54,523 You can tell by her accent. 1078 01:00:54,556 --> 01:00:57,458 -Little Elizabeth. -(KISSES) 1079 01:00:57,491 --> 01:00:59,026 Hi, little Libby. 1080 01:00:59,059 --> 01:01:02,963 DAVID: Now we have bookends. Two girls. 1081 01:01:02,997 --> 01:01:04,765 (HELEN CHUCKLES, SNIFFLES) 1082 01:01:04,798 --> 01:01:06,734 Am I okay? 1083 01:01:06,767 --> 01:01:10,304 -You did great. (KISSES) -Oh, David. 1084 01:01:10,337 --> 01:01:12,973 DOCTOR TANAKA: Helen, we need to clear the placenta. 1085 01:01:13,007 --> 01:01:14,643 One more push, okay? 1086 01:01:14,675 --> 01:01:17,077 (HELEN INHALES, GRUNTS) 1087 01:01:18,312 --> 01:01:19,146 (GROANS) 1088 01:01:19,180 --> 01:01:22,850 -Helen. Darling. -No. 1089 01:01:22,883 --> 01:01:24,752 -What's going on? -David. 1090 01:01:24,785 --> 01:01:26,120 -DAVID: What's happening? -David. 1091 01:01:26,153 --> 01:01:28,523 What's wrong? What's wrong? 1092 01:01:28,557 --> 01:01:30,592 (TENSE MUSIC PLAYING) 1093 01:01:30,625 --> 01:01:32,159 (BABY CRYING) 1094 01:01:36,030 --> 01:01:37,898 (IMPERCEPTIBLE) 1095 01:01:49,710 --> 01:01:52,346 Stay with me. Stay with me. 1096 01:01:52,379 --> 01:01:54,982 Hey. Don't leave me. 1097 01:01:57,851 --> 01:01:59,386 Don't leave me. 1098 01:02:09,698 --> 01:02:11,131 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1099 01:02:26,447 --> 01:02:27,515 DAVID: Helen. 1100 01:02:29,250 --> 01:02:30,251 Darling. 1101 01:02:37,391 --> 01:02:38,660 Where's Libby? 1102 01:02:38,693 --> 01:02:40,595 Oh, she's fine. The baby's fine. 1103 01:02:42,697 --> 01:02:43,732 What? 1104 01:02:43,764 --> 01:02:46,166 The, uh, doctor was worried about the bleeding. 1105 01:02:46,200 --> 01:02:48,002 She wants you to stay a few days to rest. 1106 01:02:48,035 --> 01:02:50,170 Oh, no. I can't. We can't stay 1107 01:02:50,204 --> 01:02:52,106 -'cause of the cost. -Hey, don't worry about it. 1108 01:02:52,139 --> 01:02:53,642 I'm gonna be all right. 1109 01:02:53,675 --> 01:02:55,476 Sweetie, don't worry about it. 1110 01:02:55,510 --> 01:02:58,279 We've got a healthy, beautiful baby girl. 1111 01:02:58,312 --> 01:03:00,447 -(CHUCKLES) -That's all that matters. 1112 01:03:02,717 --> 01:03:04,485 -I'm so sorry. -Oh, darl. 1113 01:03:04,519 --> 01:03:09,223 -I'm so sorry. (SOBS) -Hey. No. Listen to me. 1114 01:03:09,256 --> 01:03:13,027 I'll take care of it. I promise. 1115 01:03:13,060 --> 01:03:14,862 I'll sort it out. 1116 01:03:14,895 --> 01:03:17,131 -You just rest. -Okay. 1117 01:03:18,866 --> 01:03:20,200 (KISSES) 1118 01:03:21,603 --> 01:03:24,138 -I love you. -I love you. 1119 01:03:38,553 --> 01:03:43,057 DAVID: Look, I'd pay it all if I could, but I can't. 1120 01:03:43,090 --> 01:03:44,592 We don't have insurance yet and... 1121 01:03:44,626 --> 01:03:47,961 WOMAN: Mr. Smallbone, refusal to pay... 1122 01:03:47,995 --> 01:03:49,731 DAVID: Oh, look, I'm not refusing to pay. 1123 01:03:49,764 --> 01:03:52,734 Just asking you to let me pay what I actually can. 1124 01:03:54,501 --> 01:03:55,502 Please. 1125 01:03:57,871 --> 01:03:59,139 (SIGHS) 1126 01:04:00,407 --> 01:04:02,910 Well, let's look at payment options. 1127 01:04:02,943 --> 01:04:04,512 What can you pay today? 1128 01:04:06,347 --> 01:04:07,348 I... 1129 01:04:08,048 --> 01:04:10,518 I could do $200 a month. 1130 01:04:14,054 --> 01:04:18,125 How about $250 a month for a year? 1131 01:04:20,729 --> 01:04:24,164 So, $3,000 total? 1132 01:04:25,265 --> 01:04:27,234 And we'll consider it settled. 1133 01:04:29,436 --> 01:04:31,338 I think I can manage that. 1134 01:04:34,743 --> 01:04:35,777 I'll come through. 1135 01:04:36,544 --> 01:04:37,579 (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) 1136 01:04:37,612 --> 01:04:39,947 All right. Just give me a second, here. 1137 01:04:39,980 --> 01:04:41,915 Thank you. Thank you very much. 1138 01:04:41,949 --> 01:04:43,350 -WOMAN: Mm-hmm. -(KEYBOARD CLACKING) 1139 01:04:43,384 --> 01:04:45,587 -(EXHALES) -(SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 1140 01:04:46,588 --> 01:04:47,888 WOMAN: Oh. 1141 01:04:47,921 --> 01:04:49,289 That's weird. 1142 01:04:50,958 --> 01:04:52,827 Says here it's been paid in full. 1143 01:04:53,927 --> 01:04:55,496 (WOMAN CHUCKLES) 1144 01:04:58,365 --> 01:04:59,466 By who? 1145 01:05:00,835 --> 01:05:03,070 (KEYBOARD CLACKING) 1146 01:05:03,103 --> 01:05:04,405 Doesn't say. 1147 01:05:06,373 --> 01:05:08,576 Looks like you have a guardian angel. 1148 01:05:12,647 --> 01:05:13,882 (SIGHS) 1149 01:05:13,914 --> 01:05:15,983 CHILDREN: Mum! Mum! 1150 01:05:16,016 --> 01:05:18,385 (HELEN AND CHILDREN LAUGHING) 1151 01:05:18,419 --> 01:05:20,622 Oh, gentle, gentle, Mummy. (CHUCKLES) 1152 01:05:20,655 --> 01:05:21,623 Missed you guys. 1153 01:05:21,656 --> 01:05:23,323 -Hi. You doing okay? -Yeah, I'm good. 1154 01:05:23,357 --> 01:05:24,391 DAVID: Dad's here, too. 1155 01:05:24,425 --> 01:05:25,993 HELEN: Do you wanna meet your sister? 1156 01:05:26,026 --> 01:05:28,429 Oh, she's so cute. What's her name? 1157 01:05:28,462 --> 01:05:29,997 HELEN: Elizabeth. Libby, for short. 1158 01:05:30,030 --> 01:05:31,432 DAVID: All right, it's cold. 1159 01:05:31,465 --> 01:05:32,634 -Let's get everyone inside. -KAY: Yeah, let's get inside. 1160 01:05:32,667 --> 01:05:35,436 -Can I take her? -HELEN: Okay. Thank you. 1161 01:05:35,469 --> 01:05:37,137 KAY: How are you, guys? REBECCA: You feeling okay? 1162 01:05:37,171 --> 01:05:38,472 HELEN: Yeah, good. 1163 01:05:39,707 --> 01:05:41,208 JED: Need a hand? 1164 01:05:41,942 --> 01:05:43,511 I can manage. 1165 01:05:43,545 --> 01:05:47,147 So glad Helen's okay. The baby, too. 1166 01:05:47,181 --> 01:05:49,551 -Yeah. -Thank God. 1167 01:05:49,584 --> 01:05:52,486 Hey, your kids are just great. I mean, what a joy. 1168 01:05:52,520 --> 01:05:55,322 Kay and I, we just love 'em to death. 1169 01:05:55,355 --> 01:05:57,491 They all think you're just grand. 1170 01:05:58,025 --> 01:05:59,460 A real hero. 1171 01:05:59,493 --> 01:06:01,696 -Here, let me help you. -I said I can manage. 1172 01:06:03,698 --> 01:06:04,732 You okay? 1173 01:06:05,834 --> 01:06:08,302 I know you paid the bill. 1174 01:06:08,335 --> 01:06:09,571 I don't know what you're talking about. 1175 01:06:09,604 --> 01:06:11,038 Yes, you do. 1176 01:06:11,071 --> 01:06:12,239 -And it's too much. -Oh, look... 1177 01:06:12,272 --> 01:06:14,509 I told her I'd take care of it. I promised. 1178 01:06:19,246 --> 01:06:20,748 I thought I'd lost her, Jed. 1179 01:06:23,383 --> 01:06:25,118 Hey, I'm sorry. 1180 01:06:25,152 --> 01:06:26,821 Kay and I, we're just trying to help. 1181 01:06:26,855 --> 01:06:29,389 You know, it's not just that you paid the bill. 1182 01:06:30,257 --> 01:06:31,926 It's that you gave them double. 1183 01:06:31,960 --> 01:06:34,027 I had them down to $3,000. 1184 01:06:34,061 --> 01:06:36,330 I'd finally done something worthwhile, 1185 01:06:36,363 --> 01:06:38,566 and you didn't even give me the chance. 1186 01:06:38,600 --> 01:06:42,269 You just threw money at it! You throw money at everything. 1187 01:06:42,302 --> 01:06:46,908 Look, if you wanna help us, please just back off. 1188 01:06:48,810 --> 01:06:50,277 You gotta back off. 1189 01:06:52,947 --> 01:06:54,983 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1190 01:06:59,754 --> 01:07:00,788 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1191 01:07:00,822 --> 01:07:03,725 (THAT'S WHAT LOVE IS FOR BY AMY GRANT PLAYING) 1192 01:07:03,758 --> 01:07:08,228 REBECCA: ♪ That's what love is for ♪ 1193 01:07:08,262 --> 01:07:10,464 ♪ To help us through it ♪ 1194 01:07:10,497 --> 01:07:14,569 ♪ That's what love is for ♪ 1195 01:07:14,602 --> 01:07:16,738 ♪ Nothing else can do it... ♪ 1196 01:07:18,105 --> 01:07:20,975 MAN: Very nice. Miss Smallbone, thanks. 1197 01:07:22,175 --> 01:07:23,377 We'll let you know. 1198 01:07:25,312 --> 01:07:26,514 JAMES: (OVER PHONE) Yeah, forget other folks. 1199 01:07:26,548 --> 01:07:27,982 I'm talking to you. 1200 01:07:28,016 --> 01:07:33,588 You'll always be my favorite granddaughter named Rebecca. 1201 01:07:33,621 --> 01:07:36,456 -Yeah. Thanks, Grandpa James. -(CHUCKLES SOFTLY) 1202 01:07:36,490 --> 01:07:38,826 God makes everything beautiful in its time. 1203 01:07:40,260 --> 01:07:42,630 Yeah. Right. 1204 01:07:46,668 --> 01:07:48,101 Oh, here's Dad. 1205 01:07:48,135 --> 01:07:50,237 I love you, very much. 1206 01:07:50,270 --> 01:07:52,472 -And I, you. -(SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1207 01:07:52,507 --> 01:07:54,341 DAVID: All right, Dad, we'll let you go. 1208 01:07:55,877 --> 01:07:59,479 -She's a special one, David. -DAVID: Yeah, I know. 1209 01:07:59,514 --> 01:08:01,916 Trick is getting other folks to see it. 1210 01:08:01,950 --> 01:08:03,518 Nothing seems to be working. 1211 01:08:03,551 --> 01:08:05,520 MAN: I'm just staying what everyone's gonna be thinking. 1212 01:08:05,553 --> 01:08:06,688 Does anybody really care 1213 01:08:06,721 --> 01:08:08,957 what a 16-year-old girl thinks about life? 1214 01:08:09,356 --> 01:08:11,124 Or God? 1215 01:08:11,158 --> 01:08:13,628 Or anything else, for that matter? 1216 01:08:13,661 --> 01:08:15,863 I know what I believe, sir. 1217 01:08:16,831 --> 01:08:18,666 Sure. 1218 01:08:18,700 --> 01:08:20,500 Come back when you look like it. 1219 01:08:21,168 --> 01:08:22,637 I don't think we will. 1220 01:08:25,873 --> 01:08:28,843 LUKE: Be with Bec at her auditions. 1221 01:08:28,876 --> 01:08:30,011 Help her to sing better, 1222 01:08:30,044 --> 01:08:33,681 and fix her hands so she can get a record deal. 1223 01:08:33,715 --> 01:08:35,382 BEN: Please help us make money, 1224 01:08:35,415 --> 01:08:36,718 even in the winter... 1225 01:08:36,751 --> 01:08:39,020 Be with Dad as he looks for another job. 1226 01:08:39,053 --> 01:08:41,121 DAVID: I promise I'll work harder than anyone. 1227 01:08:41,154 --> 01:08:42,356 I have no doubt you would. 1228 01:08:42,389 --> 01:08:44,559 But with these visa restrictions, I don't... 1229 01:08:44,592 --> 01:08:45,860 Sorry, I can't be more help. 1230 01:08:45,893 --> 01:08:48,596 It's all right. You need your rest. 1231 01:08:48,630 --> 01:08:49,664 Yeah. 1232 01:08:50,999 --> 01:08:52,700 JAMES: (OVER PHONE) It's fine eyeing the horizon, 1233 01:08:52,734 --> 01:08:55,302 just don't miss what's right in front of you. 1234 01:08:55,335 --> 01:08:56,838 DAVID: Easy for you to say. 1235 01:08:56,871 --> 01:08:58,171 I'm over here in the thick of it, 1236 01:08:58,205 --> 01:08:59,239 trying to figure out right-side up 1237 01:08:59,272 --> 01:09:00,642 -from upside-down. -(JAMES SIGHS) 1238 01:09:00,675 --> 01:09:03,243 I only meant, "If you can dream..." 1239 01:09:03,276 --> 01:09:05,046 DAVID: I'm not saying the poem, Dad. 1240 01:09:05,079 --> 01:09:06,246 Appreciate the sentiment 1241 01:09:06,279 --> 01:09:09,216 but that's all it is, is just sentiment. 1242 01:09:09,249 --> 01:09:10,384 Have fun on your date. 1243 01:09:10,417 --> 01:09:12,486 All right, let's go play. 1244 01:09:12,520 --> 01:09:14,122 REBECCA: The more I think about it, 1245 01:09:14,154 --> 01:09:16,256 the more I wonder if he's right. 1246 01:09:16,289 --> 01:09:18,993 Maybe I'm not meant to sing. 1247 01:09:19,027 --> 01:09:22,630 Or maybe you're not meant to sing other people's songs. 1248 01:09:24,032 --> 01:09:25,600 I'm not a songwriter. 1249 01:09:27,869 --> 01:09:31,673 Bec, you have been given a beautiful voice. 1250 01:09:31,706 --> 01:09:33,373 And you have a good heart. 1251 01:09:34,575 --> 01:09:36,944 You could do anything. 1252 01:09:36,978 --> 01:09:40,615 Just make sure it's the real you that does it. 1253 01:09:43,518 --> 01:09:45,485 Dad, I wrote a song. 1254 01:09:45,520 --> 01:09:47,555 Thought maybe we could try it at the next audition. 1255 01:09:47,588 --> 01:09:48,990 Oh, that's great, honey. 1256 01:09:49,023 --> 01:09:51,491 Let's take it one step at a time. (KISSES) 1257 01:09:51,526 --> 01:09:52,660 JAMES: (OVER PHONE) David, 1258 01:09:52,694 --> 01:09:54,261 just don't make the same mistake I did. 1259 01:09:54,294 --> 01:09:55,997 Took me too long to realize... 1260 01:09:56,030 --> 01:09:56,931 Look, I gotta go. 1261 01:09:56,964 --> 01:10:00,968 Son, your family, they're not in the way. 1262 01:10:01,936 --> 01:10:03,104 They are the way. 1263 01:10:03,137 --> 01:10:04,839 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC CONTINUES) 1264 01:10:06,239 --> 01:10:07,407 Yeah. 1265 01:10:19,252 --> 01:10:20,655 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1266 01:10:20,688 --> 01:10:22,890 EDDIE: Oh, but you can't take that stuff seriously, dude. 1267 01:10:22,924 --> 01:10:23,925 That's just Kevin. 1268 01:10:23,958 --> 01:10:26,493 He's a loose cannon. I told you that. 1269 01:10:27,161 --> 01:10:28,428 Uh-huh. 1270 01:10:28,462 --> 01:10:30,164 I understand that. 1271 01:10:31,199 --> 01:10:32,232 Yeah. 1272 01:10:32,265 --> 01:10:34,202 Um, when you're all done here, 1273 01:10:34,234 --> 01:10:36,336 Susan will get you squared away. 1274 01:10:36,369 --> 01:10:37,471 Cash, right? 1275 01:10:37,505 --> 01:10:38,906 -Yes. -Yeah. 1276 01:10:38,940 --> 01:10:39,841 Huh? 1277 01:10:39,874 --> 01:10:42,977 No, no, just talking to the cleaning guy. 1278 01:10:43,010 --> 01:10:44,277 No, I'm just saying, 1279 01:10:44,311 --> 01:10:46,047 don't take it personally, that's all. 1280 01:10:49,382 --> 01:10:50,651 (SIGHS) 1281 01:10:52,385 --> 01:10:53,888 (WATER SPLASHING) 1282 01:11:11,706 --> 01:11:13,908 (SOFT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1283 01:11:32,126 --> 01:11:35,196 REBECCA: You know, Mr. DeGarmo started a record label. 1284 01:11:35,229 --> 01:11:36,296 HELEN: Really? REBECCA: Yeah. 1285 01:11:36,329 --> 01:11:37,364 HELEN: Did you know that, David? 1286 01:11:37,397 --> 01:11:38,666 I did. 1287 01:11:38,699 --> 01:11:40,835 Mummy, I want a little Band-Aid. 1288 01:11:40,868 --> 01:11:42,236 Oh, you're not bleeding, darling. 1289 01:11:42,270 --> 01:11:43,671 But it stings. 1290 01:11:43,704 --> 01:11:47,275 Okay. Well, a Band-Aid is not gonna make it not sting. Okay? 1291 01:11:47,307 --> 01:11:49,610 Here. (KISSES) All better. Okay? 1292 01:11:49,644 --> 01:11:51,279 -Okay. -(CHILDREN CHATTERING) 1293 01:11:51,311 --> 01:11:52,947 You never told me that about Eddie. 1294 01:11:52,980 --> 01:11:55,983 -Oh, no? -JOEL: Mum, I'm hungry. 1295 01:11:56,017 --> 01:11:57,652 HELEN: Yeah, well, dinner's nearly ready. 1296 01:11:57,685 --> 01:12:00,320 Why don't you take the bowls, set the table. 1297 01:12:00,353 --> 01:12:02,657 -Ramen again? -HELEN: Yes. Bowls, Joel. 1298 01:12:02,690 --> 01:12:03,724 And, Ben, can you get the cutlery? 1299 01:12:03,758 --> 01:12:05,026 Danny, you can help as well. 1300 01:12:05,059 --> 01:12:06,260 No, I'd have remembered 1301 01:12:06,294 --> 01:12:07,427 you telling me something like that. 1302 01:12:07,460 --> 01:12:08,729 That's incredible. I mean, 1303 01:12:08,763 --> 01:12:09,964 right under our noses this whole time. 1304 01:12:09,997 --> 01:12:12,465 Don't you think that's incredible, David? 1305 01:12:12,499 --> 01:12:14,334 Mum, my robot needs batteries. 1306 01:12:14,367 --> 01:12:15,402 It's broken, Luke. 1307 01:12:15,435 --> 01:12:16,537 You'll just have to pretend, darling. 1308 01:12:16,571 --> 01:12:19,106 I thought we could ask him for an audition, 1309 01:12:19,140 --> 01:12:20,808 -since he's a friend. -Yeah, I don't see why not. 1310 01:12:20,842 --> 01:12:23,144 I don't think it's a good idea. 1311 01:12:23,177 --> 01:12:25,146 -Mum, please. -There's no batteries, Luke. 1312 01:12:25,179 --> 01:12:26,479 Okay, you just go and sit at the table. 1313 01:12:26,514 --> 01:12:27,648 Why isn't it a good idea? 1314 01:12:27,682 --> 01:12:30,284 Look. We've got the Word Records audition. 1315 01:12:30,318 --> 01:12:32,286 I say we focus on that. I feel good about it. 1316 01:12:32,320 --> 01:12:34,255 Yeah, but we felt good about other ones, too, so, 1317 01:12:34,288 --> 01:12:35,890 if it doesn't work out, I just thought that Mr. DeGarmo... 1318 01:12:35,923 --> 01:12:37,158 I don't think it's the right fit. 1319 01:12:37,191 --> 01:12:39,627 Well, (SIGHS) beggars can't be choosers, David. 1320 01:12:39,660 --> 01:12:41,829 We're not all beggars, Helen. 1321 01:12:43,764 --> 01:12:44,799 What is that supposed to mean? 1322 01:12:44,832 --> 01:12:47,068 It means I know this business. 1323 01:12:47,101 --> 01:12:49,604 And I'm not begging Eddie or anyone. 1324 01:12:49,637 --> 01:12:50,972 Yeah, but I'm not asking you to beg, Dad. 1325 01:12:51,005 --> 01:12:52,773 I just thought we could talk to him since he's a friend 1326 01:12:52,807 --> 01:12:54,041 -and not just give up. -He's not your friend. 1327 01:12:54,075 --> 01:12:55,943 But why not just give it a go. I don't understand 1328 01:12:55,977 --> 01:12:57,912 -why you won't even try... -Because you're his maid! 1329 01:12:57,945 --> 01:13:00,081 (CHILDREN STOP CHATTERING) 1330 01:13:03,117 --> 01:13:04,218 (SIGHS) 1331 01:13:05,452 --> 01:13:07,221 You're just his maid, Bec. 1332 01:13:08,421 --> 01:13:09,824 That's all you are to him. 1333 01:13:15,529 --> 01:13:17,031 (DOOR OPENS) 1334 01:13:17,999 --> 01:13:19,166 (DOOR SHUTS) 1335 01:13:21,401 --> 01:13:23,604 Bec. Look, I only meant... 1336 01:13:23,638 --> 01:13:24,972 You bite her head off for trying. 1337 01:13:25,006 --> 01:13:26,741 You're being too hard on her. 1338 01:13:26,774 --> 01:13:29,844 Compared to what, Helen? Compared to you? 1339 01:13:29,877 --> 01:13:31,712 I wanted to protect her from this, 1340 01:13:31,746 --> 01:13:32,980 but you pushed for it. 1341 01:13:33,014 --> 01:13:34,849 So now someone's gotta teach her 1342 01:13:34,882 --> 01:13:36,083 and all of them to face facts. 1343 01:13:36,117 --> 01:13:37,919 You don't need to tell me that I'm a bad mum 1344 01:13:37,952 --> 01:13:39,720 'cause I already feel like I'm failing them every day. 1345 01:13:39,754 --> 01:13:41,488 No one thinks you're a bad mum. 1346 01:13:41,522 --> 01:13:43,357 Everyone knows who the real failure is. 1347 01:13:43,391 --> 01:13:44,525 -Oh, such pride. -DAVID: Oh! 1348 01:13:44,558 --> 01:13:45,660 -So much pride! -DAVID: Yeah, right. 1349 01:13:45,693 --> 01:13:46,894 So much pride 1350 01:13:46,928 --> 01:13:48,930 that I just scrubbed Eddie DeGarmo's toilet. 1351 01:13:48,963 --> 01:13:50,665 But, hey, if that's not degrading enough, 1352 01:13:50,698 --> 01:13:52,233 now I have to go down on bended knee 1353 01:13:52,266 --> 01:13:53,401 asking for a record deal? 1354 01:13:53,433 --> 01:13:56,771 -She just wants an audition. -That's not the point. 1355 01:13:56,804 --> 01:13:59,040 I'm trying to protect her, to spare her 1356 01:13:59,073 --> 01:14:00,308 -from humiliation. -(CHUCKLES) 1357 01:14:00,341 --> 01:14:01,642 But that means nothing to you. 1358 01:14:01,676 --> 01:14:02,910 It's nothing for you to go begging 1359 01:14:02,944 --> 01:14:04,712 for presents or furniture. 1360 01:14:04,745 --> 01:14:05,813 What was I supposed to do, 1361 01:14:05,846 --> 01:14:07,181 -just turn them away? -Oh, right. 1362 01:14:07,214 --> 01:14:08,549 Let Christmas come and go to spare you? 1363 01:14:08,582 --> 01:14:10,084 They just magically showed up in our yard... 1364 01:14:10,117 --> 01:14:11,886 Do you pay attention to anyone but yourself? 1365 01:14:11,919 --> 01:14:13,821 ...gifts in hand. Another miracle. 1366 01:14:13,854 --> 01:14:15,990 It was a miracle. It was! 1367 01:14:16,023 --> 01:14:17,625 No, it wasn't lightning from the sky. 1368 01:14:17,658 --> 01:14:19,560 It was an answered prayer. 1369 01:14:19,593 --> 01:14:20,594 And would it kill you to be grateful? 1370 01:14:20,628 --> 01:14:22,363 -I was grateful! I was! -Oh, yes. 1371 01:14:22,396 --> 01:14:23,230 DAVID: Am I not allowed to feel 1372 01:14:23,264 --> 01:14:24,598 more than one thing at the same time? 1373 01:14:24,632 --> 01:14:26,200 That's one thing we don't allow in our house, 1374 01:14:26,233 --> 01:14:28,169 is room for you and your feelings. 1375 01:14:28,202 --> 01:14:29,036 They just showed up 1376 01:14:29,070 --> 01:14:30,338 with their pity and their judgment. 1377 01:14:30,371 --> 01:14:33,874 -No one is judging us. -They're judging me, Helen! 1378 01:14:36,277 --> 01:14:38,478 You are not protecting her. 1379 01:14:38,512 --> 01:14:40,014 You're not protecting any of them. 1380 01:14:40,047 --> 01:14:43,751 You're protecting your pride. And it's holding them back. 1381 01:14:44,852 --> 01:14:46,821 Just because you had your dreams dashed 1382 01:14:46,854 --> 01:14:48,356 doesn't mean I'm gonna stand here 1383 01:14:48,389 --> 01:14:50,391 and let you crush theirs. 1384 01:14:53,327 --> 01:14:54,695 You think I'm too hard on you? 1385 01:14:56,130 --> 01:14:59,867 -Bec, do you? -HELEN: David. 1386 01:14:59,900 --> 01:15:01,669 No. She needs to hear 1387 01:15:01,702 --> 01:15:04,305 what I wish to God someone had told me. 1388 01:15:04,338 --> 01:15:07,108 People in this industry, they're not your friends. 1389 01:15:07,141 --> 01:15:10,678 They do not care about you or what happens to you. 1390 01:15:10,711 --> 01:15:11,746 -David. -They only care about 1391 01:15:11,779 --> 01:15:13,214 what you can do for them. 1392 01:15:13,247 --> 01:15:15,716 And it's not enough. It will never be enough. 1393 01:15:15,750 --> 01:15:20,788 -You will never be enough! -David! Stop it! Get out. 1394 01:15:21,756 --> 01:15:23,858 You need to leave. Leave! 1395 01:15:26,794 --> 01:15:28,662 (REBECCA SOBBING) 1396 01:15:28,696 --> 01:15:30,464 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1397 01:15:30,498 --> 01:15:32,500 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1398 01:15:44,045 --> 01:15:45,913 (REBECCA CONTINUES SOBBING) 1399 01:15:57,691 --> 01:16:03,297 ♪ The wind is moving but I am standing still ♪ 1400 01:16:04,498 --> 01:16:10,971 ♪ A life of pages waiting to be filled ♪ 1401 01:16:11,005 --> 01:16:17,311 ♪ A heart that's hopeful A head that's full of dreams ♪ 1402 01:16:17,344 --> 01:16:23,451 ♪ But this becoming is harder than it seems ♪ 1403 01:16:23,484 --> 01:16:30,224 ♪ It feels like I'm looking for a reason ♪ 1404 01:16:30,257 --> 01:16:32,226 ♪ Roaming through the night ♪ 1405 01:16:32,259 --> 01:16:35,963 ♪ To find my place in this world ♪ 1406 01:16:35,996 --> 01:16:40,569 ♪ My place in this world ♪ 1407 01:16:40,601 --> 01:16:43,070 ♪ Not a lot to lean on ♪ 1408 01:16:43,104 --> 01:16:46,575 ♪ I need your light to help me find ♪ 1409 01:16:46,607 --> 01:16:49,210 ♪ My place in this world ♪ 1410 01:16:49,243 --> 01:16:54,248 ♪ My place in this world ♪ 1411 01:16:59,019 --> 01:17:00,921 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1412 01:17:01,822 --> 01:17:03,424 (TENSE MUSIC SWELLS, FADES) 1413 01:17:03,457 --> 01:17:06,727 We see a lot of potential here, Rebecca. 1414 01:17:06,760 --> 01:17:09,697 With the right direction and the right team, 1415 01:17:09,730 --> 01:17:11,533 we think that we might be looking 1416 01:17:11,566 --> 01:17:14,068 at the next Amy Grant. 1417 01:17:14,536 --> 01:17:15,537 REBECCA: Oh. 1418 01:17:16,437 --> 01:17:17,972 Thanks heaps. (CHUCKLES) 1419 01:17:18,005 --> 01:17:19,240 -And the accent. -It's so cute. 1420 01:17:19,273 --> 01:17:20,708 -The accent, it... (LAUGHS) -It's adorable. 1421 01:17:20,741 --> 01:17:22,042 It's so charming. 1422 01:17:22,076 --> 01:17:23,344 (MIMICKING AUSTRALIAN ACCENT) "That's not a knife." 1423 01:17:23,377 --> 01:17:25,179 -Yes. Yes. (LAUGHS) -"Now that's a knife." Right? 1424 01:17:25,212 --> 01:17:26,647 -Crocodile Dundee. -Oh, yes! 1425 01:17:26,680 --> 01:17:29,049 It's really, really good. Yeah. 1426 01:17:29,083 --> 01:17:31,919 Yeah. Yeah. (CHUCKLES) 1427 01:17:33,053 --> 01:17:34,488 So, (CLEARS THROAT) here it is. 1428 01:17:34,523 --> 01:17:38,425 We are prepared to offer you a development deal. 1429 01:17:38,459 --> 01:17:41,530 SANDY: Yes, you cut five tracks for an advance of $10,000. 1430 01:17:41,563 --> 01:17:45,032 And if all goes well and we think it will, 1431 01:17:45,065 --> 01:17:46,400 we're looking at a full record. 1432 01:17:50,938 --> 01:17:52,973 -(SANDY CHUCKLES) -(CHUCKLES) 1433 01:17:53,007 --> 01:17:54,441 SANDY: She doesn't believe it. Did she hear me? 1434 01:17:54,475 --> 01:17:56,110 -Yeah, nah... -SANDY: Full record. (LAUGHS) 1435 01:17:56,143 --> 01:17:57,278 (IT AIN'T OVER 'TIL IT'S OVER BY LENNY KRAVITZ PLAYING) 1436 01:17:57,311 --> 01:17:58,647 DAVID: All right, three cheers for Bec. 1437 01:17:58,679 --> 01:18:00,549 -Hip! Hip! -ALL: Hurray! 1438 01:18:00,582 --> 01:18:02,283 DAVID: Hip! Hip! ALL: Hurray! 1439 01:18:02,316 --> 01:18:04,251 DAVID: Hip! Hip! ALL: Hurray! 1440 01:18:04,285 --> 01:18:05,520 DAVID: Here's for the lady of the hour. 1441 01:18:05,554 --> 01:18:06,621 Thank you so much. 1442 01:18:07,888 --> 01:18:08,923 DAVID: Hey. 1443 01:18:08,956 --> 01:18:11,192 (CHILDREN CHATTERING, LAUGHING) 1444 01:18:16,497 --> 01:18:17,666 Ah! 1445 01:18:17,698 --> 01:18:19,266 Record deal! 1446 01:18:19,300 --> 01:18:20,467 (ALL SCREAM) 1447 01:18:22,803 --> 01:18:25,839 ♪ So many tears I've cried ♪ 1448 01:18:25,873 --> 01:18:29,009 ♪ So much pain inside ♪ 1449 01:18:29,043 --> 01:18:34,848 ♪ Baby, it ain't over 'til it's over ♪ 1450 01:18:34,882 --> 01:18:37,851 ♪ So many gears we tried ♪ 1451 01:18:37,885 --> 01:18:40,721 ♪ To keep our love alive ♪ 1452 01:18:40,754 --> 01:18:45,192 ♪ But, baby, it ain't over 'til it's over ♪ 1453 01:18:45,226 --> 01:18:46,860 -(MUSIC STOPS PLAYING) -(TELEPHONE RINGING) 1454 01:18:46,894 --> 01:18:48,462 (BABY CRYING) 1455 01:18:49,797 --> 01:18:50,998 Hello? 1456 01:18:51,966 --> 01:18:53,734 NANA: David? (SOBBING) 1457 01:18:53,767 --> 01:18:56,203 Nana. You all right? 1458 01:18:57,572 --> 01:18:58,673 (NANA SIGHS) 1459 01:18:59,641 --> 01:19:00,808 I, I'll, I'll put Helen on. 1460 01:19:00,841 --> 01:19:03,477 No, David, no. I'm calling for you. 1461 01:19:04,679 --> 01:19:06,947 It's James, your dad. 1462 01:19:08,282 --> 01:19:10,017 He's gone. 1463 01:19:10,050 --> 01:19:12,052 What do you mean he's gone? 1464 01:19:12,486 --> 01:19:13,521 He... 1465 01:19:14,788 --> 01:19:16,290 He passed away. 1466 01:19:17,057 --> 01:19:19,026 I'm so sorry, David. 1467 01:19:22,363 --> 01:19:24,699 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1468 01:19:28,637 --> 01:19:30,538 (SNIFFLES) 1469 01:19:30,572 --> 01:19:34,041 DAVID: I know we talked about sending the advance next week, 1470 01:19:34,074 --> 01:19:36,343 but I was wondering if there's any chance 1471 01:19:36,377 --> 01:19:38,245 we could speed things along. 1472 01:19:38,279 --> 01:19:39,179 Uh... 1473 01:19:39,213 --> 01:19:40,447 Something's come up. 1474 01:19:40,481 --> 01:19:42,816 I've gotta get back to Australia. 1475 01:19:42,850 --> 01:19:43,984 We don't need the full amount... 1476 01:19:44,018 --> 01:19:45,286 MATT: Gotta be honest with you, David. 1477 01:19:45,319 --> 01:19:48,889 Sandy and I got to talking and Rebecca's great. 1478 01:19:48,922 --> 01:19:50,958 We think she has a bright future. 1479 01:19:50,991 --> 01:19:52,426 We agree on that. 1480 01:19:52,459 --> 01:19:54,596 We just need to give it some time on our end, 1481 01:19:54,629 --> 01:19:57,064 maybe we talk again in a year or two 1482 01:19:57,097 --> 01:19:59,567 -when she's further along. -Uh... 1483 01:19:59,601 --> 01:20:00,834 She's a quick learner. 1484 01:20:00,868 --> 01:20:04,805 She's come such a long way in a short amount of time. 1485 01:20:04,838 --> 01:20:06,641 You've seen she's a natural. 1486 01:20:06,675 --> 01:20:11,111 Yeah. Yeah. It's... It's just not the right time. 1487 01:20:11,145 --> 01:20:12,647 I can work with her. 1488 01:20:12,681 --> 01:20:15,449 -Let me work with her. -David, what's the matter? 1489 01:20:15,482 --> 01:20:18,919 Look, just give us a chance. I know she's green. 1490 01:20:18,952 --> 01:20:20,421 But she's... she's got a gift. 1491 01:20:20,454 --> 01:20:21,955 Whatever's wrong we can fix it. 1492 01:20:21,989 --> 01:20:23,792 Yeah, that's not gonna work for us. 1493 01:20:26,260 --> 01:20:28,563 Is this because of me? 1494 01:20:31,165 --> 01:20:34,501 -Matt? -It's just a big risk. 1495 01:20:34,536 --> 01:20:40,207 Matt, please. Don't do this. Don't do this to her. 1496 01:20:41,810 --> 01:20:42,843 I'm begging you. 1497 01:20:46,280 --> 01:20:48,616 I... I can step away. 1498 01:20:51,085 --> 01:20:52,453 I can take it. 1499 01:20:53,921 --> 01:20:55,255 Just don't do this to my little girl. 1500 01:20:55,289 --> 01:20:56,357 Man, she's just a kid. 1501 01:20:56,390 --> 01:21:00,094 David, it's business. You know that. 1502 01:21:00,127 --> 01:21:02,296 She may as well know it, too. 1503 01:21:03,197 --> 01:21:04,666 (LINE DISCONNECTS) 1504 01:21:10,404 --> 01:21:12,406 (SOBBING) 1505 01:21:18,580 --> 01:21:20,114 AUTOMATED VOICE: If you'd like to make a call, 1506 01:21:20,147 --> 01:21:23,117 hang up and try again. 1507 01:21:23,150 --> 01:21:25,620 Hang up and then dial your operator. 1508 01:21:25,653 --> 01:21:27,154 (SNIFFLES) 1509 01:21:27,187 --> 01:21:29,456 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING) 1510 01:21:30,324 --> 01:21:31,593 David. 1511 01:21:35,028 --> 01:21:37,197 (DAVID SCREAMS, SOBS) 1512 01:21:37,231 --> 01:21:39,433 (HELEN SOBBING) 1513 01:21:41,301 --> 01:21:43,504 (DAVID CONTINUES SOBBING) 1514 01:22:13,434 --> 01:22:15,703 -(MUSIC FADES OUT) -(CRYING) 1515 01:22:17,739 --> 01:22:19,741 (DAVID CONTINUES SOBBING) 1516 01:22:23,678 --> 01:22:25,880 (SHE BELIEVES IN ME BY FOR KING AND COUNTRY PLAYING) 1517 01:22:28,148 --> 01:22:31,820 ♪ Clouds hanging lower ♪ 1518 01:22:31,853 --> 01:22:35,355 ♪ Raining, it's cold out now ♪ 1519 01:22:35,389 --> 01:22:40,394 ♪ Watching my breath escape me ♪ 1520 01:22:42,564 --> 01:22:46,300 ♪ Feeling a life fall ♪ 1521 01:22:46,333 --> 01:22:49,671 ♪ Here in the night calling ♪ 1522 01:22:49,704 --> 01:22:54,909 ♪ The weight of the world has found me ♪ 1523 01:22:56,043 --> 01:23:01,281 ♪ But she believes in me ♪ 1524 01:23:03,484 --> 01:23:07,956 ♪ She believes in me ♪ 1525 01:23:07,988 --> 01:23:10,157 NANA: Come on, Helen, it's time. 1526 01:23:10,190 --> 01:23:11,826 I'll call your brothers. 1527 01:23:11,860 --> 01:23:14,762 We'll pool finances together and cover the fares. 1528 01:23:14,796 --> 01:23:17,264 David really wants to be there to bury James, 1529 01:23:17,297 --> 01:23:19,901 so maybe if you could just cover him. 1530 01:23:19,934 --> 01:23:23,203 No, Helen, you all come home. 1531 01:23:23,237 --> 01:23:24,706 For good. 1532 01:23:27,809 --> 01:23:28,676 Come home. 1533 01:23:28,710 --> 01:23:31,411 -I'll call you back, Mum. -Helen... 1534 01:23:31,445 --> 01:23:33,213 (LINE DISCONNECTS) 1535 01:23:40,087 --> 01:23:44,859 ♪ She believes in me ♪ 1536 01:23:47,261 --> 01:23:51,164 ♪ She believes in me ♪ 1537 01:23:51,198 --> 01:23:54,702 Mummy, I'm hungry. 1538 01:23:56,069 --> 01:23:57,304 Okay. 1539 01:23:59,841 --> 01:24:00,842 David. 1540 01:24:02,042 --> 01:24:03,377 There's no food. 1541 01:24:03,410 --> 01:24:05,412 (BIRDS CHIRPING) 1542 01:24:05,445 --> 01:24:07,314 And we're almost out of money. 1543 01:24:11,753 --> 01:24:13,387 What kind of man am I? 1544 01:24:18,292 --> 01:24:19,827 What kind of husband? 1545 01:24:21,194 --> 01:24:22,496 Or father? 1546 01:24:24,799 --> 01:24:26,034 Or son? 1547 01:24:31,606 --> 01:24:34,676 -I can't even bury my own dad. -(HELEN SNIFFLES) 1548 01:24:40,380 --> 01:24:42,617 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1549 01:24:42,650 --> 01:24:43,785 (SIGHS) 1550 01:24:50,490 --> 01:24:53,761 BEN: Do you have an ace? LUKE: Go fish. 1551 01:24:53,795 --> 01:24:56,698 -Do you have a four? -Kids, grab your jackets. 1552 01:24:56,731 --> 01:24:58,398 BEN: Why? DANIEL: Where're we going? 1553 01:24:58,432 --> 01:25:01,268 Out. Let's go, guys. Let's go. 1554 01:25:01,301 --> 01:25:02,971 (DANIEL SIGHS) 1555 01:25:14,481 --> 01:25:19,152 ♪ You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1556 01:25:19,186 --> 01:25:20,722 ♪ You make everything ♪ 1557 01:25:20,755 --> 01:25:23,457 JOEL AND LUKE: ♪ Everything new ♪ 1558 01:25:23,490 --> 01:25:25,225 ♪ In its time, in Your time ♪ 1559 01:25:25,258 --> 01:25:26,293 Boys, not now. 1560 01:25:26,326 --> 01:25:27,528 (BOYS STOP SINGING) 1561 01:25:31,231 --> 01:25:32,265 (SIGHS) 1562 01:25:32,299 --> 01:25:34,134 BEN: Look, a playground! 1563 01:25:34,167 --> 01:25:36,037 JOEL: Whoa! (CHUCKLES) 1564 01:25:36,070 --> 01:25:37,905 Mum, can we pull over, please? 1565 01:25:37,939 --> 01:25:38,973 Mum, Mum, Mum, pull over. 1566 01:25:39,007 --> 01:25:42,409 -Please Mum! Please, Mum! -Can we go, please, Mum? 1567 01:25:43,477 --> 01:25:44,545 (CHILDREN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY) 1568 01:25:44,579 --> 01:25:46,547 All right, all right! 1569 01:25:46,581 --> 01:25:48,783 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1570 01:25:52,252 --> 01:25:54,187 Go on, darling. 1571 01:25:54,221 --> 01:25:56,691 (CHILDREN CHATTERING, LAUGHING) 1572 01:25:56,724 --> 01:25:58,593 REBECCA: All right, who's the captain? 1573 01:25:58,626 --> 01:25:59,560 JOEL: Me! 1574 01:25:59,594 --> 01:26:01,261 DANIEL: Oh, we can't all be the captain! 1575 01:26:01,294 --> 01:26:02,664 -Starboard side! -Look ahead! 1576 01:26:02,697 --> 01:26:04,565 -JOEL: I'm going down! -(MIMICKING GUNSHOTS) 1577 01:26:04,599 --> 01:26:07,267 REBECCA: I need backup! We've gotta take cover. 1578 01:26:07,300 --> 01:26:08,936 Mum, come on! Up here! 1579 01:26:10,504 --> 01:26:12,640 Fire as you bear! 1580 01:26:13,273 --> 01:26:14,408 Fire! 1581 01:26:14,441 --> 01:26:16,144 -Fire at the... -Four points to starboard! 1582 01:26:16,176 --> 01:26:19,147 -Uh, which way is that? -Uh, right, right! I think. 1583 01:26:19,179 --> 01:26:20,782 There! There it is, there it is! 1584 01:26:20,815 --> 01:26:21,883 What? Where? 1585 01:26:21,916 --> 01:26:24,519 The pirates' castle! They're in there, over there! 1586 01:26:24,552 --> 01:26:26,754 I thought I smelled pirates. 1587 01:26:26,788 --> 01:26:28,388 What d'ya think, Lieutenant Joshie? 1588 01:26:28,422 --> 01:26:30,424 -Let's get 'em. -Yeah. 1589 01:26:30,457 --> 01:26:32,794 Fire when ready, Captain Benji. 1590 01:26:32,827 --> 01:26:34,294 Fire! 1591 01:26:34,327 --> 01:26:35,530 ALL: Fire! 1592 01:26:36,798 --> 01:26:37,899 Now what? 1593 01:26:38,766 --> 01:26:40,635 Let's go! 1594 01:26:40,668 --> 01:26:43,403 CHILDREN: Abandon! Abandon! 1595 01:26:43,437 --> 01:26:45,773 (HELEN AND CHILDREN LAUGHING) 1596 01:26:47,108 --> 01:26:48,341 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1597 01:26:48,375 --> 01:26:49,877 HELEN: All right, all right. 1598 01:26:49,911 --> 01:26:53,147 Before we attack, who's got their torch? 1599 01:26:53,181 --> 01:26:54,182 I've got mine. 1600 01:26:56,684 --> 01:26:58,886 There's one thing left to do. 1601 01:26:58,920 --> 01:26:59,954 What? What is it? 1602 01:27:01,321 --> 01:27:05,860 We burn the ships. All of them. 1603 01:27:05,893 --> 01:27:08,096 -Even ours? -How do we get back? 1604 01:27:08,930 --> 01:27:10,031 We don't. 1605 01:27:11,364 --> 01:27:14,702 It's gonna be dangerous and scary, 1606 01:27:14,736 --> 01:27:16,637 and it's gonna be hard. 1607 01:27:16,671 --> 01:27:20,575 It's gonna be so hard that you'll wanna go back. 1608 01:27:20,608 --> 01:27:25,479 But if you know that you can go back, you will. 1609 01:27:25,513 --> 01:27:27,481 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1610 01:27:27,515 --> 01:27:32,385 And giving up, giving in, it's not an option. 1611 01:27:32,419 --> 01:27:34,989 We've gotta fight our way forward. 1612 01:27:35,022 --> 01:27:36,624 We have to win. 1613 01:27:38,126 --> 01:27:39,227 Do you understand? 1614 01:27:40,094 --> 01:27:41,162 Yeah. 1615 01:27:42,462 --> 01:27:43,798 Yeah. 1616 01:27:44,932 --> 01:27:46,067 (INHALES) 1617 01:27:46,100 --> 01:27:47,235 (GRUNTS) 1618 01:27:51,239 --> 01:27:52,472 (GRUNTS) 1619 01:27:54,441 --> 01:27:57,545 (CHILDREN GRUNTING) 1620 01:27:57,578 --> 01:27:59,614 (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING) 1621 01:27:59,647 --> 01:28:01,783 (FIRE CRACKLING) 1622 01:28:25,139 --> 01:28:30,111 ♪ You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1623 01:28:30,144 --> 01:28:34,816 ♪ You make everything, everything new ♪ 1624 01:28:34,849 --> 01:28:37,218 What is it that you're singing? 1625 01:28:37,251 --> 01:28:38,753 That's Bec's song. 1626 01:28:40,555 --> 01:28:42,256 You wrote a song, Bec? 1627 01:28:44,258 --> 01:28:45,593 Can I hear it? 1628 01:28:52,900 --> 01:28:54,936 REBECCA: ♪ You make everything ♪ 1629 01:28:54,969 --> 01:28:58,239 ♪ Everything beautiful ♪ 1630 01:28:58,272 --> 01:29:03,945 ♪ You make everything, everything new ♪ 1631 01:29:03,978 --> 01:29:09,584 ♪ You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1632 01:29:09,617 --> 01:29:12,320 ♪ In its time, in Your time ♪ 1633 01:29:12,352 --> 01:29:14,789 ♪ It's beautiful ♪ 1634 01:29:18,526 --> 01:29:20,127 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1635 01:29:25,800 --> 01:29:27,568 (WHISPERS) She wrote that. 1636 01:29:27,602 --> 01:29:29,804 (SOFT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1637 01:29:33,207 --> 01:29:35,843 (IN NORMAL VOICE) Our kids have come all this way. 1638 01:29:38,613 --> 01:29:41,048 They gave up everything, 1639 01:29:43,584 --> 01:29:45,253 and they're still happy. 1640 01:29:48,656 --> 01:29:51,025 Because they believe in us. 1641 01:29:52,159 --> 01:29:54,061 And they believe in you. 1642 01:29:56,631 --> 01:29:59,133 They just believe. 1643 01:30:05,873 --> 01:30:08,109 It's time for you to believe, too. 1644 01:30:10,344 --> 01:30:11,612 Please. 1645 01:30:13,681 --> 01:30:15,616 (SNIFFLES) 1646 01:30:18,286 --> 01:30:19,954 (HELEN CRYING) 1647 01:30:29,730 --> 01:30:31,198 (CHILDREN CHATTERING) 1648 01:30:31,232 --> 01:30:32,833 Dad! Dad! 1649 01:30:37,104 --> 01:30:38,139 Boys... 1650 01:30:40,408 --> 01:30:41,943 I've acted like a fool. 1651 01:30:44,211 --> 01:30:45,379 Can you forgive me? 1652 01:30:46,747 --> 01:30:48,182 Yeah, of course, Dad. 1653 01:30:49,216 --> 01:30:51,118 -Yeah. -Okay. 1654 01:30:52,286 --> 01:30:53,387 Yeah. 1655 01:30:55,022 --> 01:30:56,190 (SIGHS) 1656 01:30:57,124 --> 01:30:58,259 Helen. 1657 01:31:03,463 --> 01:31:04,497 (DOOR OPENS) 1658 01:31:04,532 --> 01:31:05,866 (DOOR SHUTS) 1659 01:31:12,206 --> 01:31:13,207 Becca... 1660 01:31:16,844 --> 01:31:20,381 (SIGHS) I lost sight of what it's all about... 1661 01:31:23,651 --> 01:31:25,286 of who it's all about. 1662 01:31:27,855 --> 01:31:29,256 But you never did. 1663 01:31:33,394 --> 01:31:34,962 You're a beautiful singer. 1664 01:31:40,201 --> 01:31:42,803 But you're an even more beautiful person. 1665 01:31:46,841 --> 01:31:48,309 You don't have to give music another go, 1666 01:31:48,342 --> 01:31:51,045 and you certainly don't have to do it with me. 1667 01:31:55,416 --> 01:31:57,585 But I need you to know 1668 01:31:57,618 --> 01:31:59,887 that I'm honored to be your dad. 1669 01:32:02,289 --> 01:32:03,524 And that I'm sorry. 1670 01:32:08,796 --> 01:32:10,731 (REBECCA CRYING) 1671 01:32:10,765 --> 01:32:13,034 (SOMBER INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1672 01:32:20,274 --> 01:32:21,542 I'm sorry. 1673 01:32:22,276 --> 01:32:23,444 (KISSES) 1674 01:32:26,280 --> 01:32:27,381 REBECCA: I, um... 1675 01:32:28,315 --> 01:32:30,418 I do wanna try again. 1676 01:32:31,819 --> 01:32:35,222 And even if you don't, um, manage me, 1677 01:32:37,758 --> 01:32:39,827 it helps to have family in your corner. 1678 01:32:41,495 --> 01:32:42,630 If I had it my way, 1679 01:32:42,663 --> 01:32:47,268 I'd have you all there, all the time. 1680 01:32:50,404 --> 01:32:52,807 -EDDIE: (OVER PHONE) Hello. -Eddie DeGarmo, 1681 01:32:52,840 --> 01:32:56,110 David Smallbone. From Australia. 1682 01:32:56,143 --> 01:32:58,579 The David Smallbone from Australia 1683 01:32:58,612 --> 01:33:00,681 is the only David Smallbone I know. 1684 01:33:00,714 --> 01:33:02,917 (EXHILARATING MUSIC PLAYING) 1685 01:33:17,731 --> 01:33:19,100 So hit rewind. 1686 01:33:20,468 --> 01:33:22,403 And that will take you to your next clip. 1687 01:33:23,637 --> 01:33:25,106 Whoa! 1688 01:33:25,139 --> 01:33:26,674 You're gonna sing harmonies on the chorus, 1689 01:33:26,707 --> 01:33:29,176 and, uh, hey, share this mic, right? 1690 01:33:29,844 --> 01:33:31,378 What? With Luke? 1691 01:33:31,412 --> 01:33:35,517 -Yeah, Joel, for Rebecca. -And Jesus. 1692 01:33:36,551 --> 01:33:37,586 When you put it like that. 1693 01:33:37,618 --> 01:33:39,053 Good on ya, Joely. 1694 01:33:41,856 --> 01:33:44,058 Waiting in the wings and stuck with you. 1695 01:33:44,792 --> 01:33:46,360 Story of my life. 1696 01:33:48,028 --> 01:33:50,731 Ah. Hey, Dad, ready for sound check? 1697 01:33:50,764 --> 01:33:53,267 We're not gonna use a track this time. 1698 01:33:53,868 --> 01:33:55,537 Why not? 1699 01:33:55,570 --> 01:33:57,271 You need to sing your own song. 1700 01:33:59,006 --> 01:34:02,877 Look, all this time, I told you to trust me. 1701 01:34:02,910 --> 01:34:04,613 It's high time I trusted you. 1702 01:34:07,882 --> 01:34:11,452 Uh, I can't. I've got no background music. 1703 01:34:12,353 --> 01:34:13,220 Yeah, you do. 1704 01:34:13,254 --> 01:34:14,623 (SOFT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING) 1705 01:34:14,655 --> 01:34:16,123 I called for help. 1706 01:34:26,066 --> 01:34:27,468 REBECCA: Thank you. 1707 01:34:38,812 --> 01:34:40,047 (DAVID SIGHS) 1708 01:34:40,080 --> 01:34:41,882 Dad kept trying to tell me. 1709 01:34:43,518 --> 01:34:45,152 And I didn't listen. 1710 01:34:46,153 --> 01:34:48,055 Hey, he knew you loved him. 1711 01:34:48,590 --> 01:34:49,957 He knows still. 1712 01:34:50,824 --> 01:34:53,894 Oh, darl, I wasted so much time, 1713 01:34:53,928 --> 01:34:55,029 chasing so many things, 1714 01:34:55,062 --> 01:34:57,131 and you were right here the whole time. 1715 01:34:58,365 --> 01:35:02,069 I'm so sorry for missing you and the kids. 1716 01:35:02,803 --> 01:35:05,105 And all the miracles. 1717 01:35:06,340 --> 01:35:08,510 But the greatest miracle is you. 1718 01:35:08,543 --> 01:35:09,910 (HELEN CHUCKLES) 1719 01:35:09,944 --> 01:35:11,345 That you love me. 1720 01:35:12,079 --> 01:35:13,582 That you're still here. 1721 01:35:15,983 --> 01:35:20,655 Well, you promised adventure and you delivered. 1722 01:35:30,599 --> 01:35:32,366 (SIGHS) 1723 01:35:32,399 --> 01:35:34,935 -Eddie. How you going? -Good, man, good. 1724 01:35:34,969 --> 01:35:36,904 Producing partner here, Greg Ham. 1725 01:35:36,937 --> 01:35:38,640 David Smallbone. 1726 01:35:38,673 --> 01:35:40,508 -A pleasure. -Uh, shall we? 1727 01:35:40,542 --> 01:35:41,676 Please. 1728 01:35:47,815 --> 01:35:51,385 Gentlemen, without, uh, further ado, 1729 01:35:52,186 --> 01:35:54,188 Rebecca Jean Smallbone. 1730 01:36:13,774 --> 01:36:15,577 (PLAYING PIANO) 1731 01:36:23,384 --> 01:36:28,289 ♪ Grant me serenity to accept things ♪ 1732 01:36:28,322 --> 01:36:32,694 ♪ The things I cannot change ♪ 1733 01:36:32,727 --> 01:36:37,565 ♪ Grant me the courage, Lord To change what I can ♪ 1734 01:36:37,599 --> 01:36:41,001 ♪ Wisdom to know the difference ♪ 1735 01:36:42,202 --> 01:36:45,674 ♪ In my weakness You can shine ♪ 1736 01:36:46,940 --> 01:36:51,546 ♪ In Your strength I can fly ♪ 1737 01:36:51,579 --> 01:36:56,984 ♪ And You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1738 01:36:57,017 --> 01:37:01,523 ♪ You make everything, everything new ♪ 1739 01:37:01,556 --> 01:37:06,528 ♪ And You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1740 01:37:06,561 --> 01:37:09,196 ♪ In its time, in Your time ♪ 1741 01:37:09,229 --> 01:37:11,700 ♪ It's beautiful ♪ 1742 01:37:14,736 --> 01:37:15,969 (SWITCH CLICKS) 1743 01:37:16,003 --> 01:37:20,575 REBECCA: ♪ Grant me serenity, Lord, and patience ♪ 1744 01:37:20,608 --> 01:37:23,745 ♪ For things will take time ♪ 1745 01:37:25,312 --> 01:37:30,150 ♪ Grant me freedom to walk a new path ♪ 1746 01:37:30,184 --> 01:37:33,120 ♪ And let me feel Your love ♪ 1747 01:37:34,455 --> 01:37:38,258 ♪ In my weakness You can shine ♪ 1748 01:37:39,426 --> 01:37:44,198 ♪ In Your strength I can fly ♪ 1749 01:37:44,231 --> 01:37:49,336 ♪ And You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1750 01:37:49,370 --> 01:37:54,108 ♪ You make everything, everything new ♪ 1751 01:37:54,141 --> 01:37:58,946 ♪ You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1752 01:37:58,979 --> 01:38:01,716 ♪ In its time, in Your time ♪ 1753 01:38:01,750 --> 01:38:03,685 ♪ It's beautiful ♪ 1754 01:38:07,187 --> 01:38:12,960 ♪ Lifting open hands to You my Savior ♪ 1755 01:38:12,993 --> 01:38:16,598 ♪ Beautify my soul ♪ 1756 01:38:16,631 --> 01:38:22,169 ♪ Knowing You redeem my pain and failure ♪ 1757 01:38:22,202 --> 01:38:25,906 ♪ Purify my soul ♪ 1758 01:38:27,007 --> 01:38:31,579 ♪ Beautify my soul ♪ 1759 01:38:34,348 --> 01:38:39,353 ♪ And You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1760 01:38:39,386 --> 01:38:43,858 ♪ You make everything, everything new ♪ 1761 01:38:43,892 --> 01:38:48,962 ♪ And You make everything, everything beautiful ♪ 1762 01:38:48,996 --> 01:38:51,666 ♪ In its time, in Your time ♪ 1763 01:38:51,699 --> 01:38:53,902 ♪ It's beautiful ♪ 1764 01:38:58,105 --> 01:39:00,274 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1765 01:39:10,819 --> 01:39:11,952 (LUKE AND JOEL APPLAUDING) 1766 01:39:17,725 --> 01:39:19,026 Wow. 1767 01:39:19,059 --> 01:39:21,796 Becca, that was, uh, that was good. 1768 01:39:21,830 --> 01:39:23,898 Thank you, sir. 1769 01:39:23,932 --> 01:39:25,265 But gotta be honest. 1770 01:39:25,299 --> 01:39:27,769 Not just looking for another voice. 1771 01:39:29,002 --> 01:39:31,171 I love to sing. 1772 01:39:31,205 --> 01:39:32,740 And, if it can help other people 1773 01:39:32,774 --> 01:39:36,977 find what God's given me and my family, 1774 01:39:38,345 --> 01:39:40,882 then I'll do it, with all my heart. 1775 01:39:46,053 --> 01:39:47,956 -(EDDIE SIGHS) -(INDISTINCT WHISPERING) 1776 01:39:53,862 --> 01:39:56,263 Well, (SIGHS) Rebecca, it pains me to say this 1777 01:39:56,296 --> 01:40:00,835 but, um, I'm gonna have to look for someone else... 1778 01:40:04,104 --> 01:40:05,640 to clean my house. 1779 01:40:07,775 --> 01:40:09,944 -Welcome to Forefront Records. -(GASPS) 1780 01:40:09,978 --> 01:40:12,212 (HELEN AND REBECCA LAUGHING) 1781 01:40:13,347 --> 01:40:14,749 DAVID: Well done. 1782 01:40:15,750 --> 01:40:18,252 Just, just one condition. 1783 01:40:18,285 --> 01:40:20,522 Yeah, no, I've got one as well. 1784 01:40:21,188 --> 01:40:23,423 Oh, well, ladies first. 1785 01:40:24,291 --> 01:40:26,694 I want Dad to manage me. 1786 01:40:29,229 --> 01:40:31,533 Done. (CHUCKLES) I thought that was a given. 1787 01:40:31,566 --> 01:40:33,635 He's the hardest-working guy I know. 1788 01:40:35,469 --> 01:40:38,372 Now here's my stipulation. 1789 01:40:38,405 --> 01:40:41,009 It's the name, Smallbone. 1790 01:40:41,041 --> 01:40:42,644 Hey, what's the matter with it? 1791 01:40:45,013 --> 01:40:46,614 All right. All right. 1792 01:40:48,750 --> 01:40:53,021 How you feel about "Rebecca St. John"? 1793 01:40:55,957 --> 01:40:58,660 Well, you got something better, I'm all ears. 1794 01:41:08,268 --> 01:41:10,470 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1795 01:41:20,815 --> 01:41:22,050 (BRAKES HISSING) 1796 01:41:42,637 --> 01:41:44,973 (CROWD CHEERING, APPLAUDING) 1797 01:41:51,478 --> 01:41:53,180 -(KISSES) Love you. -Love you. 1798 01:41:53,213 --> 01:41:54,983 Ready, Joshie? 1799 01:41:55,016 --> 01:41:57,117 I'm so proud of you. 1800 01:41:57,150 --> 01:41:58,786 -Grandpa James would be, too. -DAVID: Well, g'day, everyone. 1801 01:41:58,820 --> 01:42:01,556 It's, uh, David Smallbone here... 1802 01:42:02,155 --> 01:42:03,390 You know, Bec... 1803 01:42:03,423 --> 01:42:04,759 (SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 1804 01:42:04,792 --> 01:42:06,694 I always believed that you could do 1805 01:42:06,728 --> 01:42:10,163 anything you set out to do. 1806 01:42:10,197 --> 01:42:13,333 And I knew that you could do it without losing your soul. 1807 01:42:15,637 --> 01:42:17,605 And whatever your dream is, 1808 01:42:19,272 --> 01:42:20,908 I know you're going to achieve it. 1809 01:42:23,343 --> 01:42:25,412 My dream is to be like you. 1810 01:42:29,483 --> 01:42:31,653 It always has been. 1811 01:42:32,520 --> 01:42:34,421 You're my hero, Mum. 1812 01:42:39,093 --> 01:42:40,695 JOSHUA: (OVER MICROPHONE) Ladies and gentlemen, 1813 01:42:40,728 --> 01:42:46,100 please welcome, my big sister, Rebecca St. James. 1814 01:42:46,134 --> 01:42:47,802 (CROWD CHEERING, APPLAUDING) 1815 01:42:48,970 --> 01:42:51,105 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1816 01:43:31,012 --> 01:43:32,747 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1817 01:43:40,822 --> 01:43:43,024 (UNSUNG HERO BY FOR KING & COUNTRY PLAYING) 1818 01:43:53,000 --> 01:43:57,004 ♪ Once upon a time, you were 25 ♪ 1819 01:43:57,839 --> 01:44:01,776 ♪ Walking up the aisle ♪ 1820 01:44:01,809 --> 01:44:06,080 ♪ You made the promise of your life ♪ 1821 01:44:06,114 --> 01:44:09,684 ♪ Blinked twice and you were 29 ♪ 1822 01:44:10,484 --> 01:44:13,888 ♪ Singing lullabies ♪ 1823 01:44:13,921 --> 01:44:17,925 ♪ And I looked up at you for the first time ♪ 1824 01:44:17,959 --> 01:44:23,631 ♪ Words fall short but I am sure ♪ 1825 01:44:23,664 --> 01:44:26,466 ♪ There'll never be ♪ 1826 01:44:26,500 --> 01:44:30,705 ♪ Anyone like you, you're ♪ 1827 01:44:31,739 --> 01:44:34,542 ♪ You're strong like your father ♪ 1828 01:44:34,575 --> 01:44:37,979 ♪ Even when you are scared ♪ 1829 01:44:38,012 --> 01:44:43,885 ♪ When I was in trouble You never left me there ♪ 1830 01:44:43,918 --> 01:44:46,921 ♪ And you love like your mother ♪ 1831 01:44:46,954 --> 01:44:49,123 ♪ Like there's nothing to lose ♪ 1832 01:44:50,423 --> 01:44:53,493 ♪ You're an unsung hero ♪ 1833 01:44:53,528 --> 01:44:58,733 ♪ So I'll sing this song for you ♪ 1834 01:44:59,600 --> 01:45:02,570 ♪ Woke up, I was 21 ♪ 1835 01:45:03,905 --> 01:45:06,073 ♪ And I fell in love ♪ 1836 01:45:07,809 --> 01:45:11,112 ♪ Remember how I told you that I'd ♪ 1837 01:45:11,145 --> 01:45:16,851 ♪ Searched the world and I found the girl ♪ 1838 01:45:16,884 --> 01:45:23,758 ♪ And oh, how she reminds me of you ♪ 1839 01:45:24,992 --> 01:45:27,895 ♪ You're strong like your father ♪ 1840 01:45:27,929 --> 01:45:31,299 ♪ Even when you are scared ♪ 1841 01:45:31,331 --> 01:45:37,504 ♪ When I was in trouble You never left me there ♪ 1842 01:45:37,538 --> 01:45:40,641 ♪ And you love like your mother ♪ 1843 01:45:40,675 --> 01:45:42,777 ♪ Like there's nothing to lose ♪ 1844 01:45:43,744 --> 01:45:46,814 ♪ You're an unsung hero ♪ 1845 01:45:46,848 --> 01:45:50,218 ♪ So I'll sing this song for you ♪ 1846 01:46:02,930 --> 01:46:05,900 ♪ For all the times I fell down ♪ 1847 01:46:05,933 --> 01:46:09,070 ♪ You showed me how to stand ♪ 1848 01:46:09,103 --> 01:46:12,073 ♪ And when we crossed the ocean ♪ 1849 01:46:12,106 --> 01:46:15,676 ♪ You were my safe place to land ♪ 1850 01:46:15,710 --> 01:46:18,145 ♪ Been on a thousand stages ♪ 1851 01:46:18,179 --> 01:46:21,616 ♪ But when it's all said and done ♪ 1852 01:46:21,649 --> 01:46:27,855 ♪ I hope I make you proud of Of the man that I've become ♪ 1853 01:46:27,889 --> 01:46:33,928 ♪ To be strong like my father Even when I am scared ♪ 1854 01:46:33,961 --> 01:46:37,098 ♪ And when someone's in trouble ♪ 1855 01:46:37,131 --> 01:46:39,166 ♪ I'll never leave them there ♪ 1856 01:46:40,534 --> 01:46:43,204 ♪ And I'll love like my mother ♪ 1857 01:46:43,237 --> 01:46:46,607 ♪ Like there's nothing to lose ♪ 1858 01:46:46,641 --> 01:46:49,810 ♪ You're my unsung hero ♪ 1859 01:46:49,844 --> 01:46:56,217 ♪ And I sing this song for you ♪ 1860 01:47:02,256 --> 01:47:04,625 (HARMONY BY SLEEPING AT LAST AND FOR KING & COUNTRY PLAYS) 1861 01:47:24,712 --> 01:47:28,749 ♪ Just the way that you taught us ♪ 1862 01:47:28,783 --> 01:47:34,188 ♪ Sing our songs, our melodies ♪ 1863 01:47:34,221 --> 01:47:37,291 ♪ In harmony ♪ 1864 01:47:37,325 --> 01:47:41,295 ♪ Just the way that you taught us ♪ 1865 01:47:41,329 --> 01:47:47,168 ♪ Sing our songs, our melodies ♪ 1866 01:47:47,201 --> 01:47:50,071 ♪ In harmony ♪ 1867 01:47:50,104 --> 01:47:55,876 ♪ Just the way that you taught us now ♪ 1868 01:48:02,350 --> 01:48:07,355 ♪ Just the way that you taught us ♪ 1869 01:48:09,489 --> 01:48:11,225 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1870 01:48:19,499 --> 01:48:21,501 (SOFT MUSIC PLAYING) 1871 01:51:12,673 --> 01:51:14,675 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 1872 01:51:20,114 --> 01:51:22,517 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1873 01:52:01,855 --> 01:52:03,090 (MUSIC FADES OUT) 136439

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