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  • (RETURN TO ME PLAYING)
  • ♪ Return to me
  • ♪ Oh, my dear, I'm so lonely
  • ♪ Hurry back, hurry back
  • ♪ Oh, my love, hurry back, I'm yours
  • ♪ Return to me
  • ♪ For my heart wants you only
  • ♪ Hurry home, hurry home
  • ♪ Won't you please hurry home to my heart
  • ♪ My darling
  • ♪ If I hurt you I'm sorry
  • ♪ Forgive me
  • ♪ And please say you are mine
  • ♪ Return to me
  • ♪ Please come back, bella mia
  • ♪ Hurry back, hurry home to my arms
  • ♪ To my lips and my heart ♪
  • It's a shame we gotta put roofs on them.
  • Yeah, yeah.
  • All right, Bill. I'm going home. See you, buddy.
  • Sure, Bob.
  • (SINGING IN ITALIAN)
  • See you, Big Mike.
  • Hey, Bob, have fun tonight, okay?
  • As always.
  • (CHILDREN CHATTERING)
  • (BEEPS)
  • So, this is what I'm gonna say.
  • I'll get up on the podium, uh-huh,
  • and I'm gonna address the audience. I'm gonna say,
  • "Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.
  • "Tonight, I am speaking on behalf of my friend Sydney,
  • "and, um..."
  • Sydney. Sydney, I'm really nervous.
  • (LAUGHING) Do you care?
  • Liz? I knew I'd find you here.
  • Hey, Sydney, how you doing, brother?
  • Listen, I need your signature here so I can change the polar bear's diet.
  • And you know, it's already 5:00.
  • I'll check in on the calf. You just go home and get ready, okay?
  • Okay, thanks, Charlie.
  • Bob's picking up my dress. I have stockings.
  • I have to take Mel to the park for a quick run. My hair and makeup...
  • God, I'm so nervous!
  • CHARLIE: You're gonna be fine.
  • What's the worst that can happen?
  • You forget your speech, and we don't get any donations.
  • Don't even say that.
  • Just kidding.
  • (SIGHS)
  • Oh, look at him, Charlie.
  • We'd go nuts in a place this small.
  • I know, but we're working on it.
  • Wish me luck, Sydney.
  • He only does that with you.
  • Who are you bringing tonight?
  • Haven't decided. Still got two hours.
  • Don't shake, don't shake.
  • No, no, no, no, no! Come on.
  • Oh, wet dog. Be still. Be still. Wet doggy.
  • Wet dog.
  • Good boy. Good boy. You hungry? You hungry?
  • Let's eat.
  • Come on!
  • Okay, let's go, Mel. She'll be home any minute.
  • Come on. Come on, eat. Let's eat.
  • Ooh, this looks good.
  • Mmm.
  • Come on. Let's get it.
  • You got some dinner.
  • Come on, come on.
  • Dinner! Come on!
  • All right. She'll be home in a minute.
  • Oh! Hi, my baby!
  • Hey, babe!
  • Uh, hey, honey! It's pouring out.
  • Did you get my dress?
  • BOB: Yeah, yeah, I picked up your dress from the cleaners. We're on schedule.
  • Everything's gonna be fine. You're gonna be great.
  • Mel, I'm so nervous. It's not funny.
  • Hey, I took Mel out.
  • In your tux?
  • Yeah.
  • Honey, your pants are soaked.
  • Tell Mel to eat.
  • Mel, eat. Go on.
  • (HAIR DRYER BUZZING)
  • You are cute!
  • (BOTH LAUGHING)
  • You spend all day with an ape, what do you expect?
  • (DRYER BUZZING)
  • Under our care at Lincoln Park Zoo,
  • Sydney has regained his strength and maintained excellent health.
  • (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING)
  • Over the years, Sydney's become a part of the family.
  • Here he is with my husband.
  • My husband's the one on the right.
  • (ALL LAUGHING)
  • With the generous donations we've received tonight,
  • along with continued fundraising, of course, hint, hint,
  • I hope, we hope
  • to expand the gorilla habitat to triple its size.
  • (WHOOPS)
  • Thank you all for your tremendous support, and enjoy the evening.
  • (WHISTLING)
  • M.C.: Elizabeth Rueland. Thank you, Dr. Rueland.
  • Let's hear it for the doctor.
  • And now, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Mr. Joey Gian.
  • JOEY: Thank you very much, and good evening.
  • And speaking of animals,
  • the band and I have worked up a little something special for you.
  • So let's get this party started.
  • (ALL CHEERING)
  • (BAND PLAYING THE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT)
  • ♪ Near the village, the peaceful village
  • ♪ The lion sleeps tonight
  • ♪ Near the village, the quiet village
  • ♪ The lion sleeps tonight
  • ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪
  • (BREATHING DEEPLY)
  • MEGAN: "What do you expect most from a relationship?
  • "A, companionship, B, sex or C, respect."
  • I'd have to go with B, sex, but let's put C so we get a higher score.
  • What do you think?
  • I think I...
  • What is it? What do you need? Is it your neck?
  • Here, I'll move the pillow. Oh, sorry.
  • Your back? I can raise you up.
  • (MUMBLES)
  • Rosebud.
  • Very funny. Almost gave me a heart attack.
  • If you'll excuse the expression.
  • Meg, you can go home, you know.
  • To what? My cable's out.
  • Joe and the kids.
  • They're okay.
  • It's good for him to be with them when they're coming down from the sugar.
  • He usually fuels them up and they go through detox on my shift.
  • (CHUCKLES) Well, you've seen it.
  • Promise me you'll take care of my grandpa.
  • Oh, what's got you talking like that?
  • I may never get a heart, you know.
  • I know you'll get one. I know.
  • You'll be able to do so many things you were never able to.
  • That's what you got to concentrate on.
  • Just think about it, Grace. Picture riding a bike.
  • Oh, yeah, riding a bike.
  • Mmm-hmm.
  • That's what you need to think about. And traveling.
  • Painting in Europe, and dating really handsome men. That I know.
  • It's gotta happen to one of us.
  • I'm getting a new heart, not a new ass.
  • (CHUCKLING)
  • Bob!
  • Bob, Bob, Bob Rueland!
  • Mr. Bennington.
  • I didn't see you or I would have stopped and said hello.
  • Elizabeth's speech was wonderful.
  • Wasn't it wonderful?
  • I'll go tell her that you said that right now.
  • I suppose she told you about our sizeable donation.
  • My... Mrs., uh...
  • Mrs. Bennington?
  • My wife. Yeah, you know.
  • Sure. Yes.
  • Strictly anonymous.
  • Of course. Very generous as always.
  • I'm just gonna let Elizabeth know.
  • We also gave quite a chunk to the rain forest gimmick.
  • You know, and before I know it
  • I was on a safari, Bob.
  • Can you imagine me on a safari, Bob?
  • Uh, no, I cannot.
  • I was! Me and the missus.
  • Hacking through the bush. What do you think?
  • Hey, Charlie.
  • Hey, Bob!
  • You know Mr. Bennington.
  • Mr. Bennington.
  • Hey, whoa, whoa, whoa.
  • Charlie, Charlie.
  • Did you hear about my sizeable donation?
  • Oh, the anonymous one. Yes, I have.
  • She loves this song.
  • Apparently.
  • I don't want to keep you, so...
  • Oh, no, no, stay. I'm gonna run and put on a little bit more lipstick.
  • Is that possible? (CHUCKLES)
  • (LAUGHING)
  • I'm gonna go with you. Come on.
  • To the ladies room? Silly.
  • Charlie, you got some big news here for Mr. B, don't you?
  • Mr. B.
  • Charlie has some big news for you.
  • Yes. Yes, what news?
  • I don't know, what are you...
  • No, because of that sizeable donation
  • Charlie's putting up a picture of you in the monkey house.
  • Isn't that wonderful?
  • Oh, Charlie.
  • I'm deeply touched.
  • It's a great honor.
  • You know, it's not official
  • and I still do have to run it by a couple of guys,
  • but I can do that right away.
  • No, no, no. You have a lot to discuss. Why don't you just stay?
  • Yeah. Listen, listen, Charlie.
  • Would you ever consider a mural maybe?
  • A mural?
  • Hi, Joey. Bob Rueland.
  • Oh, we love it there.
  • Scotch. Scotch.
  • My mother's family is from Tuscany.
  • So it's like going home.
  • That's so... That's so sweet.
  • You have to come out sometime.
  • Our place is right at the edge of the most magnificent vineyard.
  • Everything's the edge of a vineyard. It's Tuscany.
  • Mrs. Rueland? Mrs. Rueland?
  • Hey, stranger.
  • Um, honey, you remember Celia and Tony.
  • We were just telling Elizabeth about our place in Italy.
  • We were supposed go to Italy on our honeymoon.
  • Yeah, but we didn't think Sydney would tolerate the flight.
  • I promise you we'll go to Italy, eventually.
  • Well, that's big. That's a promise.
  • Mmm-hmm.
  • I'll take that.
  • Where are you vacationing this year?
  • We're gonna go to one of those water theme parks for the weekend.
  • That'll be nice.
  • It's a joke, Celia.
  • (GIGGLING)
  • I, uh, I promised my wife that we'd dance tonight.
  • Tony, so if you'll excuse us?
  • Certainly.
  • It was wonderful to see you both. See you later.
  • Good night.
  • You know, it's a little crowded out here right now. Let's wait for the next song.
  • So, really, how was I?
  • You were perfect. Absolutely perfect.
  • And with the backlighting up there, you could see right through your dress.
  • No, you were wonderful. Really, really wonderful. I'm so proud of you.
  • Oh, well, don't be too proud.
  • Poor Sydney's still stuck in that small space.
  • I'll tell you what.
  • You promise you'll take time off for a trip to Italy with me,
  • and I promise to build Sydney a new home,
  • with or without the rest of the funding.
  • Deal.
  • (MUSIC STOPS PLAYING)
  • (ALL APPLAUDING)
  • Come on, you can stand on my feet.
  • ♪ Return to me
  • ♪ Oh, my dear, I'm so lonely
  • ♪ Hurry home, hurry home
  • ♪ Won't you please hurry home to my heart
  • ♪ My darling
  • ♪ If I hurt you I'm sorry
  • ♪ Forgive me
  • ♪ And please say you are mine
  • ♪ Return to me ♪
  • I got a female, 34, car accident.
  • Hit on the right side, head trauma.
  • Unconscious at the scene, never regained.
  • (DOCTOR GIVING ORDERS)
  • MAN: Let's take the cross check.
  • Call Neurosurgery, get Westfall to scrub.
  • Done.
  • WOMAN: Does she have any allergies?
  • Sir? Her name? Sir?
  • Her name? Sir?
  • (STAMMERS) Elizabeth Rueland.
  • Sorry, sir.
  • Can you open your eyes?
  • Sorry, sir, you can't go in.
  • You're going to have to wait here.
  • I'm her husband.
  • Well, you did try to help.
  • ♪ Return to me ♪
  • (SINGING IN ITALIAN)
  • (SINGING IN ITALIAN)
  • All right, Angelo. Andiamo.
  • Now, get that while it's hot, will you?
  • I got it, Marty. I got it.
  • I'll get it myself.
  • All right, do it yourself, baby.
  • Yeah. Now where... Where's Sophie?
  • Sophie got a perm today.
  • Scalp was still burning. She went home early.
  • Oh, of course she did. Why did I ask?
  • (CONTINUES SINGING)
  • Oh, god, I'll serve it.
  • Will you go find yourself a gondola?
  • (SINGING IN ITALIAN)
  • Pick up!
  • Now then, Nancy darling.
  • I know that looks massive, but you'll get through it.
  • Well, thank you.
  • Marty, how is Gracie doing?
  • Oh, fine, fine. You know, we... We're all waiting.
  • Are you still keeping up the rosary?
  • Every night.
  • MAN: Give her our love.
  • Oh, I will, of course, of course, I will.
  • I can do that. Where are the three Chicken Vesuvios?
  • Already served them, Marty.
  • Ah, thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you.
  • Thank you. Grazie.
  • (TELEPHONE RINGING)
  • Oh, you've got it, haven't you?
  • You have?
  • Oh, thanks be to God and all the saints in heaven.
  • Marty, let me talk to her.
  • All right, I'll be right over. Here's Angelo now.
  • Call everybody! Call everybody up now!
  • (EXCLAIMING IN ITALIAN) Oh, you got a heart, huh?
  • Hi.
  • Like an hour into it or...
  • No. Someone will come out and tell you intermittently.
  • Uh-huh.
  • Excuse me.
  • Oh.
  • He's here.
  • You're here.
  • Isn't she beautiful?
  • Oh, you're here.
  • Grandpa, thank you for always taking care of me.
  • And, if I don't come out...
  • I love you so much.
  • Oh, you've gotta come out.
  • If those tulips you planted, they come up and see only me standing there,
  • they'll certainly go back into the ground again.
  • Thanks. Can you give me a kiss?
  • DOCTOR: Okay, folks.
  • Here we go.
  • Pray, Grandpa.
  • Okay, we'll take good care of her.
  • Okay.
  • I'll see you later.
  • Pray, okay?
  • I gotta walk Mel.
  • I left the hospital a few hours ago.
  • I came by and took him to the park.
  • Okay. Thanks.
  • I'm gonna stay.
  • No.
  • No.
  • I'll pick your parents up from the airport in the morning?
  • Thanks.
  • Okay.
  • (SNIFFLING)
  • All right. Thanks.
  • If you need anything, you call me, I'll be here in two minutes.
  • It's okay, Charlie.
  • Thank you, Charlie.
  • She's not coming home, Mel.
  • (SOBBING)
  • (BAWLING)
  • Blessed Michael the Archangel, who protects in battle,
  • and this is the greatest battle of our lives
  • I know my wife never thought much of you
  • but you were always my favorite saint.
  • 'Cause you're a battler, you're a fighter.
  • Fight for us now, Michael, fight for us.
  • In the name of the Father and of the Son and the Holy Ghost, amen.
  • Adam Martin Dayton, what is that?
  • Cherry pop.
  • Sophie, did you give him wine?
  • Angelo.
  • Angelo, what are you doing to me here?
  • Tranquilizer.
  • Oh, that's great.
  • So sue me. Now they're drunk and disorderly.
  • (CHUCKLING)
  • MEGAN: Is that funny, Dad?
  • Stop it. Right now. Both of you, stop it. Joe!
  • Joe!
  • What?
  • God! Help me out!
  • What?
  • Well, get the kids together and take them to your ma's. It's one in the morning.
  • Here you go, Emmett, nourish yourself.
  • Ah, thank you.
  • Could I have milk, please?
  • Tyler. Come on, I want all your brothers up here.
  • Hey, I'll only buy more.
  • Come on, let's go.
  • I want to stay here and see the new heart.
  • You'll see it when it comes home. Come on.
  • No stopping anywhere, Joe. You come straight back here when you're done with them.
  • I'm gonna stop at a lap dancing bar.
  • Oh, that's so funny.
  • Where's Marty?
  • I don't know. Dad, where's Marty?
  • Oh, he's in the chapel, honey.
  • (ANGEL STANDING BY PLAYING)
  • ♪ All
  • ♪ through the night
  • ♪ I'll be
  • Suction, please.
  • ♪ Watching over you
  • ♪ And through
  • ♪ bad dreams
  • ♪ I'll be
  • ♪ Right there, baby
  • ♪ Telling you
  • ♪ Everything's gonna be all right
  • ♪ So don't you worry
  • ♪ I'm your Angel standing by ♪
  • Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with thee.
  • Blessed art thou amongst women...
  • (HEART BEATING)
  • (HEARTBEAT CONTINUES)
  • MAN 1: Want me to shuffle, or you just want to sit there?
  • MAN 2: Yeah.
  • You want to ante a quarter?
  • Yes, I do. I do.
  • Ante up a quarter.
  • Ah, this guy you're talking about can't sing at all.
  • Can't sing? Then how come he's got such a big band?
  • To drown him out.
  • Ah-ha!
  • To drown him out!
  • Stay out of this.
  • How many famous Polish singers are there?
  • I got two words for you: Bobby Vinton.
  • Bobby Vinton? Bobby Vinton! Bobby Vinton!
  • Yeah. Well, what do you got? The Irish Rovers?
  • Well, well, well...
  • I got three words for you:
  • Mr. Bing Crosby.
  • MARTY: Oh, he made a lovely priest.
  • Yeah, he made a beautiful priest but he beat the hell out of his kids.
  • Doesn't mean he couldn't sing.
  • Sinatra beat up everybody.
  • Frank did not. His people did, he did not.
  • Sinatra? Look at Dean Martin. The guy never hit anybody.
  • EMMETT: That's right.
  • What about Jerry? But he was asking for it.
  • The point is, we got Frank. We got Dean.
  • We got Perry Como, we got Vic Damone. We got Bobby Darin.
  • We got Mario Lanza, we got Luciano Pavarotti. We got Beniamino Gigli.
  • We got the composers. Verdi! Leoncavallo!
  • Millions!
  • That's right.
  • That's right. A dynasty.
  • Hey.
  • That's true.
  • I mean, I'm not bragging, but...
  • You're not?
  • (LAUGHING)
  • Every day, every day, every day.
  • WALLY: He goes on for a half-hour!
  • (ALL LAUGHING)
  • Oh, come on.
  • Uh, Grace, you want me to take you to the doctor in my Caddie?
  • No, thanks, Wally. I'm gonna take my bike.
  • Oh, let him take you in the car. Suppose it rains?
  • Then I'll get wet, Grandpa.
  • Then you'll be sick next.
  • Gracie, honey, settle something for us.
  • Best male singer, dead?
  • Dean Martin.
  • Frank.
  • Bing.
  • She said Dean Martin!
  • (ALL ARGUING)
  • Now, go straight to your appointment, then you go and meet Megan.
  • And if you change any of your plans, then telephone me.
  • I may have to stop off at the Pussycat Club,
  • 'cause I think one of the strippers quit.
  • Oh, don't say "strippers." God's listening to you.
  • Grace, come one, it's been over a year.
  • You can hardly see it anymore.
  • Nice try, Angelo.
  • I just don't like all the questions, you know.
  • You tell everybody that you're just the luckiest girl in the world.
  • I know, Grandpa. I know.
  • You're beautiful
  • and no one's going to notice your chest.
  • (SNICKERS)
  • Thanks a lot.
  • I'll see you later.
  • WALLY: Bye, Grace. Have fun at the zoo.
  • MARTY: Ride on the sidewalk, now.
  • Marty, will you leave her alone? Please!
  • And you can stop in at the church as you go by.
  • Come on, she's thanked God enough already, okay?
  • You're going to be a long while in purgatory, you are.
  • Really? Well, I'll be with friends.
  • (BOTH LAUGHING)
  • MARTY: God's listening to that, now.
  • (WHOOPING)
  • All right, guys.
  • Now, out of respect
  • we gotta give honourable mention to Sammy Davis Jr.
  • He only had one eye, so what else can I tell you?
  • He was lrish, you know.
  • Are you blind? He was Jewish.
  • Oh, whatever. Something didn't fit.
  • This is hard for him, you know.
  • Everyone he's ever loved has died.
  • I'm all he has, he's all I have.
  • Mmm-hmm.
  • Morning, Grace.
  • Hey, Alice.
  • Well, everything's looking very good. You're doing great.
  • How're you feeling?
  • Good. Happy. I mean, of course I'm happy.
  • Good.
  • What else am I gonna be?
  • Well, we all have our days.
  • Add those to your morning meds.
  • (BEEPS)
  • 98.6.
  • Mmm-hmm.
  • I don't feel like I should have "days."
  • I should be happy just to be alive.
  • And I am.
  • I'm alive because someone else is dead.
  • I should just shut up and be happy.
  • Right?
  • Mmm-hmm.
  • Okay. You can get dressed.
  • I'll see you next month. Say hi to your grandpa.
  • He's a great listener.
  • What, honey?
  • Nothing.
  • Tom, what the hell is going on?
  • Hey, it's not my department.
  • BOB: Whose department is it?
  • Bob, my guys worked 18 hours yesterday.
  • At time and a half...
  • You got the best guys working for you here.
  • I don't give a shit.
  • I gotta take a break.
  • Don't forget, you're on Wabash at 3:00. New beams going in.
  • Keep up.
  • Mail it, Grace. You'll feel better.
  • I know. I want to.
  • Laura, stay with Mommy, honey.
  • Every time I go to do it, (STUTTERS) I can't.
  • I don't know why not. It's anonymous.
  • It says you're grateful. God knows I'd want to get it if I lost someone I loved.
  • Wouldn't you?
  • Yeah, but it just seems so strange, like, you know,
  • sending a thank-you note for a heart.
  • You know?
  • No...
  • It seems so...
  • ...not enough.
  • Won't you feel worse not sending it?
  • Oh, yeah! I mean, I always have it.
  • I know, Grace, and it's been a year.
  • So go back there, drop it in and move on, honey.
  • I'm sure they have.
  • Yeah.
  • Let it go.
  • Okay, everybody clap for Auntie Grace.
  • She just mailed a very important letter. Come one.
  • (CHILDREN CLAPPING)
  • Mom, look at the cool truck!
  • Yeah. Oh, look at that.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • (MEN CHATTERING)
  • Look at their arms.
  • Yeah. Wow.
  • Okay, come on. Gorillas.
  • Karson, your pants, honey, are falling down.
  • Oh, these are Adam's.
  • What?
  • He has your pants on. That's all right. Let's go.
  • Come on, Laura.
  • Laura, stay in front of Mommy,
  • come on, all the time now while we're here.
  • MEGAN: Thanks, Adam. Let me put him in the stroller.
  • (HEART BEATING)
  • GIRL: Aunt Grace, are you okay?
  • Yeah.
  • Whatever it was, it didn't hurt.
  • GIRL: I want to do that.
  • MEGAN: All right, well, let's try it.
  • See if we can get him to come over.
  • "H"...
  • ADAM: Look, here he comes. Look, Mom, he likes us.
  • Doesn't he remind you of Daddy?
  • (LAUGHS) Yeah.
  • He looks bigger than Daddy.
  • He's so sweet.
  • Do you see?
  • That's kind of sweet, huh?
  • Yeah.
  • (GIRL LAUGHING)
  • Bob, calm down. Don't go in there. I just talked to them.
  • (DOOR OPENING)
  • Okay, guys, here's the deal.
  • My wife wanted this building up years ago,
  • so the way I see it, we're already way behind schedule.
  • First of all, you.
  • Artificial trees are not planted.
  • I'm asking for an additional 50 feet to build around the existing oak trees.
  • And I will leave plenty of room for your godforsaken souvenir shop.
  • And if you don't approve, I'm walking.
  • I'm taking my men and it's over
  • because I don't need the work and I'm certainly not here because of the money.
  • I'm here because of my wife.
  • You got it?
  • Good.
  • (DOOR CLOSING)
  • Well, thanks for yelling and screaming
  • 'cause now I gotta go in there and clean everything up.
  • Uh-huh.
  • All right, look, you want to get a drink,
  • something to eat to shake this off?
  • No.
  • Come on, let's go get a beer.
  • No, thanks, Charlie. No.
  • All right, if not tonight, Friday night, because I got somebody for you.
  • No, Charlie, no.
  • Come on, she's got a great body.
  • An attorney. Great body. Intelligent. Great body.
  • You gotta start going out.
  • She loves animals. Her cat was a patient of mine.
  • I'm a dog person.
  • I'm just trying to help you, man.
  • Dan, you got 'em!
  • It's the first time I'm wearing 'em.
  • You look good.
  • Feelin' good.
  • All right. Need some help?
  • I think I'll be okay.
  • Yeah?
  • Look at you!
  • Where are you goin'?
  • Can you stay still?
  • I don't know.
  • Thanks.
  • All right, all right.
  • I took Mel out.
  • Put the mail next to the phone. On the pile.
  • Okay. Thanks, buddy. See you later.
  • Come on, Mel.
  • Any calls?
  • (ANSWERING MACHINE BEEPING)
  • AUTOMATED VOICE: You have no messages.
  • Want to eat?
  • (DOORBELL CHIMING)
  • Hi.
  • Hi, Mr Rueland.
  • Hey, Mel!
  • There you go.
  • Thanks.
  • See you tomorrow night.
  • Yeah.
  • Bye.
  • Bye, Mel!
  • Okay.
  • Come on. In the kitchen.
  • Come on, Mel. I got you some rice.
  • Here we go.
  • You're gonna eat in here today.
  • Good. Good, good, good.
  • Come on.
  • Come on.
  • Come on, I'm not doing this anymore.
  • We're going back to eating in the kitchen. Come on.
  • God damn it, Mel, come on back here
  • and eat in the kitchen like a normal person!
  • Come on!
  • (SIGHS)
  • Okay, come on.
  • Hey, good boy, good boy. Come on, let's go.
  • Come on, come on. Come on to the kitchen.
  • Let's go. That's it. Come on, follow me.
  • Come on, come on, come on.
  • Who's a good boy?
  • Good boy.
  • You made it halfway.
  • You gotta snap out of it, buddy.
  • Charlie, it's Bob.
  • I'm gonna go out with you on Friday. All right?
  • Yeah. Yeah, you heard me.
  • Where? Where?
  • O'Reilly's... O'Reilly's?
  • O'Reilly's Italian Restaurant?
  • Okay.
  • Yeah. Where is that?
  • (GROUP SINGING)
  • (PEOPLE APPLAUDING)
  • Big finish, Grandpa!
  • I'm still trying to get them to play Danny Boy.
  • (ALL LAUGHING)
  • All right, I got a Chicken Vesuvio
  • and a corned beef and cabbage.
  • And no butter on the cabbage with that one.
  • All right, darling.
  • Here. Now, don't eat that.
  • Oh, my God. Oh, my God!
  • Save it, save it, save it. Save it for the Italians. I know you love me.
  • Are you sure? Can we afford it?
  • Angelo says that a true artist must paint in the Piece of Navona.
  • Piazza Navona.
  • You know, I could go over with you.
  • Sure, yeah. Sure.
  • Or you wouldn't have to go at all.
  • She'll be fine.
  • I'm gonna go.
  • She's never before been on an aeroplane
  • and Rome is far, far away.
  • Marty, she'll be fine. You paid for the ticket.
  • We'll discuss it later on.
  • Ange. Two more, hon.
  • Sophie, Sophie! He gave her the ticket!
  • You couldn't wait till I was in the kitchen?
  • She had the same look on her face then as she has now. Show her.
  • There.
  • Oh, I miss everything!
  • Well, the customers out there are missing you, so...
  • Can I at least look at it?
  • Here, look. Look, look here.
  • (EXCLAIMS)
  • Don't put your fingers on it!
  • Look how much it cost.
  • It's so beautiful!
  • You deserve it, sweetie.
  • She does indeed. She does indeed.
  • Oh, well. All right, let's go.
  • Thank you, Grandpa.
  • All right, back to work.
  • Thank you, Grandpa.
  • Angelo, thank you!
  • How did you talk him into it?
  • Oh, my goodness! I'm so proud of him.
  • He loves you so much, he's like an ltalian mama!
  • I know.
  • I can't wait to tell Megan. She's gonna flip out.
  • Hey. I got another surprise for you.
  • Come here.
  • What?
  • He is here.
  • Who's he?
  • The guy I was telling you about.
  • He's at the bar, waiting to meet you.
  • Oh, Angelo.
  • Don't worry about it.
  • I told him everything. I told him that you had your chest worked on.
  • What? Angelo, he's gonna think I had...
  • What?
  • Whatever.
  • It doesn't matter. He's a terrific guy.
  • In fact, he had a transplant too.
  • Coraggio. Go on.
  • Go on.
  • My doctors, they say it's a solid transplant.
  • I mean, look how natural it looks.
  • Go ahead, give it a tug.
  • No, that's okay.
  • Oh, come on, give her a tug!
  • Good evening, sir.
  • VALET: You staying, or leaving, or what?
  • I'm staying.
  • VALET: Thank you very much.
  • (TIRES SCREECHING)
  • Bob! Bob!
  • (HEARTBEAT)
  • My man, Bobby!
  • How you doing? This is Marsha.
  • Come on!
  • I have bacon fat on my hands.
  • That's okay. I can wash it, shower in it,
  • run in the rain, anything. Swim.
  • Come on, give it a good pull!
  • I don't want to hurt you.
  • It's okay. It's okay, I'm fine.
  • Okay.
  • Ow, ow!
  • You picked a soft spot.
  • Sorry.
  • Gracie, mind the four-top over there, will you?
  • Yeah, I will.
  • Okay, well, it was really nice to meet you.
  • Good luck with your hair.
  • Thank you. Thanks.
  • Hey, Patrick.
  • Wanna grab on with two hands and run for the door?
  • No, Ralph. I don't touch men.
  • It's women's hair.
  • And then I said,
  • "It's Squeaker, my kitty."
  • (ALL LAUGHING)
  • Everyone was laughing!
  • Very funny.
  • That's when I met Charlie. He was the only vet open.
  • Funny story.
  • Where are the menus?
  • What is going on?
  • Anyway, Squeaker won't let another vet touch him.
  • Well, I better not hear about anybody else touching your Squeaker.
  • My Squeaker!
  • CHARLIE: I didn't mean to say that.
  • I know.
  • Charlie, I really like this place. It's very nice.
  • Oh, well, If you like this kind of place.
  • And everything here is good. That's the beauty.
  • Good.
  • Oh my gosh, look at us.
  • Matchy green. Matchy-matchy green squared.
  • Oh, I'll take care of that.
  • Oh.
  • Oh, thank you very much.
  • Oh, could you hang this up behind you? Is that all right?
  • Sure. Yeah.
  • Thank you.
  • So, Rob, Charlie tells me you work at the zoo.
  • Oh, wait a minute, wait a minute, he doesn't work there.
  • Bob is there building. Bob's a builder.
  • You know the new building on State Street? Bob's.
  • (GASPS) You own it?
  • No, no, I designed it.
  • Well...
  • Good evening.
  • Hello.
  • Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no.
  • Do you have bottled water?
  • Sure. Anyone else?
  • CHARLIE: Uh, may I have a wine list, please?
  • Sure.
  • Do we know each other?
  • Uh, I think so.
  • You been in here before?
  • No, no, I think I'd remember an Irish-Italian restaurant.
  • Yeah, you would.
  • Oh, my God. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
  • My water? I don't want Swiss water.
  • I got sick on imported Swiss water once. Do you remember that night?
  • Oh, that was awful.
  • Do you remember that?
  • You were there?
  • That was so bad.
  • As long as it's not Swiss or tap water, it'll be fine.
  • Preferably French, no bubbles.
  • I want it cold, no ice, no glass.
  • Just the bottle and a straw.
  • Do you want to write it down?
  • I don't want Swiss water. I got sick...
  • SHARI: It was really bad.
  • I'm pretty sure I got it.
  • Okay.
  • I'm sorry, can I get a cup of coffee?
  • Sure.
  • (WHISPERS) No straw.
  • I hate when they don't write it down, and they come back...
  • It'll be wrong. You watch it.
  • Maybe she'll get it right. I've been here before.
  • (CELL PHONE RINGING)
  • It's not gonna happen.
  • Nope, not me.
  • Not me.
  • No.
  • I think your ass is ringing.
  • (LAUGHS HYSTERICALLY)
  • I'm sorry.
  • BOB: I usually don't bring it. I'm sorry.
  • Rueland. Oh, hey, Mike! Mike, Mike.
  • Excuse me. I gotta take this.
  • All right.
  • CHARLIE: So, come no, what do you think?
  • Patrick, can you give me an Aquafina?
  • There you go, Grace.
  • Thanks.
  • That's good, Mike. We'll call in a favor on the welder
  • and they'll work four days for us, then one day at the zoo.
  • Either way, they get paid under the original contract.
  • Who else is on the clock?
  • Um, no, that sounds good.
  • Um, I'll talk to you tomorrow.
  • Okay. No, no, hold on! Mike, can you do me a favor?
  • Just call me back in two or three minutes,
  • and whatever I say, just disregard it.
  • Yes. Thanks, buddy.
  • So, the old man goes, "How many times I gotta tell you,
  • "I don't want no brown bananas!"
  • (ALL LAUGHING)
  • Here's the wine list.
  • You missed a good one.
  • For you.
  • Well, I bet that's refreshing.
  • Oh, such a difference.
  • BOB: Yes.
  • Here you go.
  • It's about time.
  • Okay, I'm doing this new food combination,
  • so I don't really need something...
  • We have some specials this evening.
  • Uh, there's Chicken Vesuvio...
  • Please, I'm around them all day.
  • I didn't mean to... It was...
  • I'm a vet, you know.
  • And a corned beef and cabbage souffle.
  • And a spinach ravioli in arrabiatta sauce, which is my favorite.
  • I'll have that.
  • That sounds so fattening.
  • Well, just order something else.
  • Well, is every dish here cooked in oil?
  • No. Some we boil in Swiss water.
  • (SNICKERING)
  • We're gonna need another minute.
  • Okay.
  • We should talk to the manager here and get that smart-ass fired.
  • She's fine.
  • Did you hear her?
  • MARSHA: No, that is not fine.
  • No, that was uncalled for.
  • (THANKING IN ITALIAN)
  • Get out of the way, fatty.
  • We're getting a lot of compliments on the pasta tonight.
  • Why wouldn't we? Angelo's the best Italian chef in the city of Chicago.
  • Angelo, three more of the shepherd's pies, if you please.
  • (CELL PHONE RINGING)
  • Oh, that's me.
  • (GROANS)
  • That's mine.
  • Rueland. Yeah, hey, Mike.
  • I'm just having dinner.
  • No...
  • No, that's not a problem.
  • If I have to be there, I have to be there. I'll see you in five minutes.
  • Where?
  • The Wabash building.
  • Wait a minute. You're saying they're working on a Friday night?
  • Can you believe that?
  • No.
  • It's an emergency. I gotta be there.
  • It was nice to meet you, Marla.
  • Marsha.
  • Marsha. And Shari.
  • Yeah, that's it.
  • I apologize, and have fun.
  • Bye.
  • Uh, is everything okay?
  • Oh, yeah, I'm fine.
  • I just... I got called to work.
  • Okay.
  • Is your girlfriend and friends, they're gonna be staying?
  • God, that's not my girlfriend.
  • That's not even a friend. That's not an acquaintance, either.
  • Yes, they will be staying.
  • Oh! Will you hang on a second?
  • Hey, Soph, what is that?
  • Ravioli and a side of cabbage for pickup.
  • Uh, here you go, Mr. Atsuki.
  • Um, you know, it's on the house.
  • Come back again.
  • Thank you.
  • Yeah.
  • Ticket, sir? Thank you, sir.
  • (GROUP SINGING)
  • ♪ It is time to say goodnight to Napoli
  • ♪ Though it's hard for me to whisper buona sera
  • ♪ With that old moon above the Mediterranean sea ♪
  • What are you doing?
  • I got a call. I gotta go.
  • You're already out. It's Friday night.
  • I know.
  • Come on, drink some wine. No, drink some more wine. Enjoy the company.
  • I can't, Charlie, I gotta go to go work.
  • I'm sorry. Thank you.
  • I know you're going home.
  • I'm not going home. I gotta go to work.
  • Yeah, yeah, right.
  • (MUSIC PLAYING ON STEREO)
  • Grace? Umbrella.
  • Oh. Thanks.
  • Another set of keys. Oh, I found this phone
  • on the bar earlier. Nice, huh?
  • ♪ Signorina, kiss me goodnight
  • ♪ Buona sera signorina kiss me goodnight ♪
  • We're moving D wall here?
  • From there, yeah.
  • Bob.
  • Bob, according to this latest set of plans
  • it looks like we're... Are we only enclosing the one tree?
  • No, no, no, I got a newer set of plans in my office.
  • Keep working.
  • We'll work Saturdays.
  • We are working Saturdays.
  • Oh, man.
  • Okay, look, I'll get the new set of plans.
  • I'll take this home. My kids love coloring between the lines on these.
  • Well, that's good.
  • Hey, Bob, can I see the new plans?
  • Yeah, sure.
  • Right here.
  • This is gonna be the last set, right?
  • Yes.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • Anybody call back about my phone?
  • Oh, yeah, the restaurant called. They have it.
  • Who called?
  • The restaurant.
  • No, who from the restaurant?
  • I don't know. Some woman.
  • Young or old?
  • Bigger than a breadbox. I don't know.
  • I'll send one of the guys to get it.
  • No, no, no, I'll swing by there later. It's fine.
  • Good.
  • (TIRES SQUEALING)
  • Oh, that's cute. That's cute.
  • Will you stop with the piano? Megan?
  • I think I'm gonna go in the fall.
  • And here's that baby pig.
  • Okay, those are pigs.
  • The mommy has 10 baby bottles
  • coming out of her tummy.
  • (GIRL BANGING PIANO)
  • That's cute.
  • Will you stop with the piano?
  • Megan?
  • What? I'm not playing it.
  • Will you...
  • All right, what else did you see at the zoo?
  • Then we went to see the gorillas and Mommy said it was you.
  • Oh, I did not.
  • JOE: Really?
  • I did not.
  • Did she take you to see the elephants?
  • Watch it, Joe. Did you change him?
  • Yeah, I'm gonna.
  • No, Joe, get up and change him!
  • What have you been doing?
  • I've been saving lives all day, honey.
  • Very funny.
  • I'm gonna sit down and relax at little bit.
  • I'll change him.
  • No, no, no, Grace, I got it.
  • He's got it.
  • Grace, I got it.
  • Joe, get up and do it right now.
  • Grace, I got it.
  • I will lose it.
  • I got it, Grace, I'll do it.
  • Megan.
  • What?
  • I invited Rudy over.
  • You know, to meet Grace. You know.
  • Father Rudy?
  • Stop saying that. He's not a priest anymore.
  • To me, he'll always be a priest.
  • Joe, she'll meet someone on her own.
  • Where? She's here on every one of her nights off.
  • He's a nice guy.
  • It doesn't matter, Joe.
  • It's not easy to dance when there's no one leading.
  • Just stop drinking that beer and help me clean the puzzle.
  • I'm cleaning!
  • You got a puzzle and pictures when I'm trying to serve dinner.
  • What's going on?
  • Nothing.
  • Here's the barn.
  • Joe went and invited somebody over here like a blind date for you.
  • What?
  • It's not a date.
  • He's coming over for dinner, Grace. That's it.
  • I gotta find my scarf.
  • Yeah, you better hurry.
  • It's all right. I already told him you've had some work done.
  • What?
  • God, Joe, she's not a Buick.
  • He understands. He's fine with it. He's okay with it.
  • I mean, he's a priest, for God's sake.
  • A priest?
  • Yep.
  • An ex-priest. What's the big deal?
  • Come on, he's never dated, you've never dated.
  • Joe, Grace has dated.
  • Who? Chooch Patucci?
  • GRACE: I never dated Patucci.
  • Yes.
  • That's a date? You dated Chooch Patucci?
  • Come on.
  • I don't want that name said in this house.
  • No, it's all right, Megan.
  • Do you hate priests, Aunt Grace?
  • No, honey.
  • Because if you do, you'll go straight to hell.
  • Watch your mouth. Nobody is going to hell.
  • That's great, Joe.
  • That's great. You taught him "hell". That's perfect.
  • You picked that up from Mom, didn't you?
  • I have never said hell, you son of a bitch.
  • Okay, back off. Just back off.
  • (DOORBELL RINGING)
  • Oh, shit! Father Rudy's here!
  • God. Shh!
  • Oh, God.
  • JOE: Don't say shit in front of the priest! I mean, ex-priest!
  • Quiet!
  • Would everyone just calm down for the love of God and all that is holy?
  • Calm the hell down!
  • And stop playing that.
  • Shit! Shit!
  • Quiet!
  • (DOORBELL CONTINUES RINGING)
  • (BOY LAUGHS)
  • Shut that thing off!
  • No! No! Dad!
  • Good night, nurse!
  • ADAM: Mom! He turned my game off!
  • For Christ's sake, he's just a man!
  • I'm not used to being without it yet, Joe.
  • Come on in.
  • There she is.
  • Oh, boy.
  • Dinner, I mean.
  • ♪ Hallelujah! ♪
  • (ALL LAUGHING)
  • Let me call my friend and see where he's at.
  • Bobby!
  • Where you at?
  • You ran away last night, you don't show up tonight.
  • I thought we were going to hang out.
  • I'm sorry, Charlie, I'm just not feelin' up to it.
  • I don't know, maybe somethin' I ate.
  • I'm just going to...
  • I'm gonna kick back, take it easy, maybe go to bed early.
  • CHARLIE: What you doin'?
  • Now? Watching the Cubs game.
  • What's the score?
  • The score? Oh, it's, uh...
  • Uh...
  • It's, uh...
  • The Cubs are losing.
  • Hey, Mr. Rueland.
  • Dan the Man.
  • Bob the Slob. Just kidding, just kidding.
  • Well, maybe you could clean up the place.
  • I don't think you could afford me.
  • Hey, how do I look?
  • Tall.
  • Tall?
  • Tall, yeah.
  • Thanks.
  • Oh, Megan, it was fine.
  • You know, he was a nice guy.
  • Yeah, well, at least we had a few laughs.
  • Yeah, we did.
  • Did you see how he was afraid to let me lift a plate of mashed potatoes?
  • No, I think he was just being polite.
  • (GROANS)
  • Mmm-hmm.
  • Come on, let's go.
  • (SMACKING)
  • No, but it's like as soon as they know,
  • they think of me as broken.
  • I think they see you as a kind, loving woman that's beaten unbeatable odds.
  • Yeah, that's the way I see you.
  • (GRUNTING)
  • Okay, Tyler, come on.
  • Well, the right guy will. Trust me.
  • Karson, get up. Up, up.
  • Can't have Joe set you up, though.
  • Could you imagine him describing your surgery?
  • It would scare anyone.
  • Come on, you and me tonight.
  • They're asleep. We can do it.
  • What did he say?
  • MEGAN: He's saying he's sorry about tonight, so please forgive him.
  • Left. Step up. Good boy.
  • (TOY SQUEALING)
  • GIRL: Daddy!
  • God damn it!
  • God damn it!
  • Megan!
  • GIRL: Daddy!
  • What!
  • I'm right here. Everything's fine.
  • Dad, I want some water.
  • No, you can't have water.
  • He can have water.
  • No, he'll pee in his bed. Who's gonna change it?
  • I do, damn it.
  • Okay, potty mouth's gonna change it. Get up there, come on.
  • Come on, honey, get up there.
  • Come on, you're going to sleep forever!
  • Stop yelling, it's gonna be in their heads all night.
  • I'll put something in their little heads! Come here.
  • Oh, my God. (CHUCKES)
  • Dad, what are you doing?
  • I'm trying to put Mom to bed too. Come on, go to bed.
  • Grandpa, you need some help?
  • Uh, no, darling, not at all, no.
  • I'm blessed with work.
  • Sweet dreams, Gracie Alana.
  • Good night, Grandpa.
  • Best female singer.
  • Judy Garland.
  • Dead or alive?
  • Either.
  • Peggy Lee?
  • Ella Fitzgerald, easy.
  • Oh, I can agree with that.
  • I agree.
  • Certainly.
  • I agree.
  • I still take Ernie Banks over Ty Cobb.
  • MARTY: Oh, don't be ridiculous!
  • You can't mix your dream team from different eras.
  • What, is this a new rule?
  • No, you can't mix living and dead players.
  • Ty Cobb was the greatest ballplayer that ever played.
  • But I'm saying I'd still take Ernie Banks over Ty Cobb.
  • MARTY: Call the Tribune.
  • (KNOCKING ON DOOR)
  • You know how many people showed up at his funeral?
  • WALLY: Joe DiMaggio, we know, was the classiest of them all.
  • (ALL ARGUING)
  • ANGELO: Did anybody listen to me?
  • Apples and oranges. Come on, guys.
  • Compare shortstop to shortstop.
  • Now, you are either very late or very early. What's your view of it?
  • No, I think I left my cell phone here.
  • Oh, yes.
  • Somebody called back. I think it was a young lady.
  • Ah, well, I'll have a look around for it. Come on out and have a beer.
  • Oh, no, thanks.
  • Ah, have to get home to the little wife, do you?
  • No.
  • You're not married then?
  • No, not really.
  • Oh. God, I hope she didn't walk out on you.
  • No. No, no, she passed away.
  • Oh, Jesus, Mary and Joseph. That's very sad.
  • Oh, I hate to hear that.
  • But anyway, come in. We'll have a pint on that.
  • Meet the lads back here.
  • Oh, here they come.
  • Now, this is my friend, uh...
  • Bob.
  • Bob.
  • Bob. His wife is dead.
  • Hey! Robert, how are you? Come on.
  • How you doing?
  • It's good to see you.
  • That's Wally over there and this is Emmett here.
  • This is my brother-in-law, Angelo, and I'm Marty.
  • Good to see you, kid.
  • So deal him in here. Sit down.
  • Angelo, give him a chair.
  • Deal him in. Deal him in.
  • (ALL CLAMORING)
  • MARTY: Sophie, bring over another pitcher of beer.
  • I'm not real good at cards but...
  • You got cash?
  • Yeah.
  • You're in.
  • You're welcome here.
  • "You're welcome here" is right.
  • Well, I'm on my way home.
  • Huh, hi, there.
  • Oh. Hi.
  • How'd you get caught in the net?
  • Sophie. His wife is dead.
  • Oh! Welcome.
  • Well, who's walking me?
  • You're two doors down.
  • What's gonna happen? You gonna get lost?
  • I hope I get lost so you have to live with the guilt.
  • Oh, yap, yap, yap, yap.
  • Come on, Sophie, I'll walk you myself. Now, come on.
  • SOPHIE: Thank you, dear.
  • Don't pay any attention to them.
  • Wally, Wally...
  • You got a lot of class.
  • Yeah, you should've walked her home.
  • She's been sweet on you for a long time.
  • Sweet on me?
  • You should've taken her home.
  • What are you talking about? I've known her for 20 years.
  • Wally Casanova.
  • You think she really likes me?
  • Casanovinksy.
  • I think she likes you.
  • Why do you think she...
  • Do you think she likes me?
  • Yeah, I do.
  • She's making a move on you.
  • I mean, you got that impression?
  • I got that vibe.
  • See? Now, here's a guy with a little taste.
  • You know what I mean?
  • I can't depend on you two hoboes.
  • A taste for what?
  • So everybody's gone for the night?
  • The bartender, busboys, waiters, waitresses?
  • Closed up?
  • EMMETT: Yeah.
  • All right, what do you got?
  • Who was the greatest center fielder of all time?
  • Willie Mays.
  • I'm not much of a player, but I believe all these picture cards are good.
  • (ALL EXCLAIMING)
  • Give me a break.
  • Come on!
  • This is your lucky night, boy.
  • MARTY: We're not loaning any money tonight.
  • ANGELO: Yeah, Marty.
  • No loans to the needy. If you can't...
  • Grandpa, I gotta go cover my plants.
  • No, wait, wait, wait, Gracie.
  • Wait a moment now.
  • Here, Robert, I want you to meet my granddaughter, Gracie, here.
  • Isn't she lovely?
  • Yes. Yes, she is.
  • We spoke last night. I was here with water lady.
  • Yes, yes, it's nice to see you again, Robert.
  • Bob. Bob's fine.
  • Bob.
  • I'm here because I left my phone and you called back...
  • Oh, yes!
  • I have your pajamas... Phone behind the bar.
  • Grace, I'll get the phone. Go ahead, cover the plants.
  • Roberto, why don't you give her a hand?
  • Oh, you need a hand out there?
  • Nope.
  • MARTY: Oh, yeah. Sure.
  • Should I go?
  • WALLY: Oh, I'd say yes, go with her.
  • Yes, yes, go with her.
  • That's very nice.
  • And there they go.
  • All right.
  • Hey, I got to play from the hot corner.
  • You're always looking for the edge.
  • Marty, what do you want to play?
  • Texas hold 'em.
  • Texas hold 'em...
  • There we go.
  • These ones are really fragile.
  • What?
  • Oh, nothing.
  • What... Oh, I know, I look ridiculous.
  • Oh, no, no. It's a lovely hat.
  • I mean, I'd take it off now, but then I'd have shower-cap head, so...
  • But you saw my hair last night. Not that you were looking.
  • But I mean, we did speak, so maybe you noticed my head... Hair, my hair.
  • My head of hair.
  • Thank you. I'm sorry you got dragged into this.
  • Oh, no, you bought me dinner last night. It was very, very good by the way.
  • Good.
  • Did you plant all this?
  • Yeah. There's no rhyme or reason to it. You just let it grow.
  • It's just amazing. I mean...
  • I've never seen anything like it right in the middle of the city.
  • It's like, uh, it's like a garden.
  • Oh, I, uh,
  • I might have bent that one.
  • Oh, that's okay.
  • I gotta get some more shelves.
  • Oh, you smell great.
  • It's the flowers.
  • Not this particular flower 'cause this is a tomato plant.
  • It's all the flowers.
  • Just put that down there.
  • Did you paint that?
  • Uh, yeah.
  • Where is this? Europe?
  • Could be.
  • How many times you been?
  • Oh, God, none. I've never been anywhere but here.
  • It's beautiful, wherever it is.
  • I should take it inside.
  • I guess I paint places from my dreams.
  • I bet you can't wait to go to sleep.
  • Would you go out with me?
  • Yes?
  • Is that a question?
  • No, it's a yes. Yes.
  • Tomorrow night?
  • Yes.
  • 8:00?
  • Yes.
  • Pick you up here?
  • Yes.
  • All right. You're a very difficult woman.
  • You go ahead and take that inside. I'll finish up here.
  • I'll find your phone.
  • They're coming back in. Come on, let's get lost.
  • What?
  • Hey, this is the best hand I ever had!
  • Don't argue about it now.
  • Ah, new shuffle. New shuffle if we relocate.
  • Emmett, come on.
  • Get through this door.
  • (GRUNTING)
  • Come on, come on, get in there, get in there.
  • Come on. I can't close the doors.
  • Grandpa?
  • MARTY: We're not here!
  • Who is it?
  • It's me!
  • Who?
  • It's Grace.
  • (PANTING)
  • I met someone. I just wanted to tell you.
  • And I gotta go because Grandpa doesn't know I snuck out. Okay.
  • Do you want me to drive you?
  • No, I have my bike.
  • She's not the first woman I've noticed as a guy, but as a man.
  • You know what I mean.
  • I'm building you a great place.
  • I don't know what to wear.
  • Do you think black is too za-za-zing?
  • I'd wear something light. Whatever you wear, just be comfortable.
  • I have a 10-inch scar down my chest.
  • If I was gonna be comfortable I'd wear my sweats.
  • Not a good idea. But whatever you do, don't shave your legs.
  • Why?
  • Then you definitely won't let it go too far.
  • Megan, it's a first date.
  • Well, I married a first date, missy. You know how it is.
  • You're with a guy, you find him attractive,
  • and then suddenly everything they say sounds brilliant.
  • Hairy legs are your link to reality.
  • You should needlepoint that on a pillow.
  • I just might. It kept me a virgin until, you know,
  • whenever.
  • (CHUCKLES) Bye.
  • So I fly down to Florida a couple times a year to visit the folks.
  • God, I can't wait to go on a plane.
  • You've never been on a plane?
  • Well, no. I couldn't.
  • How come?
  • Since I was 14, I've been...
  • My grandpa is sick.
  • So I always had to stay close to home so I could take care of him.
  • God, he seems so healthy now.
  • Well, he is. I mean, now he's fine.
  • And he doesn't even like to talk about it.
  • Ever.
  • I'll remember that.
  • What about your parents?
  • My mom died when I was 5.
  • I'm sorry.
  • How?
  • Heart disease.
  • Yeah.
  • My dad took off as soon as her illness interfered with his plans.
  • It was all right, you know.
  • Grandpa was always the one that took care of us anyway.
  • What will you have?
  • Grace?
  • Can I get two scoops?
  • No.
  • Yes, of course you can.
  • Watch your head.
  • This is the first job I supervised on my own.
  • I love this building.
  • Wow.
  • That's incredible.
  • We can see all this because we're standing on something you built.
  • I had help.
  • Thanks.
  • Elizabeth and I were married by the time we were 20.
  • We'd been dating since we were 15.
  • So this may sound a bit juvenile but...
  • Can I hold your hand?
  • Yes.
  • Yeah, well, we were kids.
  • Sometimes it feels like yesterday.
  • Other times it feels like a whole other life.
  • I know what you mean.
  • Thanks for coming out. I had a... I had a really nice time tonight.
  • Yeah. So did I.
  • Hey, I should give you your jacket back.
  • No, no, no.
  • No, you keep it. I'll get it back next time we go out.
  • Okay.
  • It looks really good with your blouse, anyway.
  • Oh, God!
  • (GROANS)
  • I'm so sorry! I'm...
  • Oh, my God. Did you see anything?
  • I wasn't looking.
  • No, no, I know. But it's because I had a heart...
  • I had a heart...
  • I had a heart-warming dream about you.
  • Damn, it must have been a nightmare.
  • No! You were very...
  • Scary?
  • Sexy!
  • You had a sex dream about me?
  • No, I didn't have... I didn't have a sex dream about you.
  • I just met you. I don't even know you.
  • I'm really sorry I hit you.
  • Good night.
  • Good night.
  • Good morning, Dennis. Boys.
  • ♪ Good morning life
  • ♪ Good morning, sun How are your skies above?
  • Morning. Tommy!
  • ♪ Gee, it's great to be alive and in love
  • Good morning. Just a little gift...
  • ♪ Good morning, birds, sing out your happy tunes
  • ♪ Feels so good 'cause I'll be seeing her soon
  • Boys, you coming?
  • ♪ Last night she said she loved me
  • ♪ What a pity to part ♪
  • (ALL CHEERING)
  • Hey, it's the new hip!
  • I wish I could move like that, Wally.
  • Gee, Wally, which ball is yours?
  • Oh, you shut your trap!
  • Hey, I didn't say anything.
  • Here goes, boys!
  • He strikes! Yes!
  • Megan, it's you.
  • Hey, get up there, Megan.
  • Megan, how do I look?
  • Great. I've never seen you so happy.
  • I am so hot!
  • What do you expect in a wool sweater?
  • It's cotton.
  • Go in your lane.
  • I don't care if it's cotton, it's up to here. Just tell him.
  • I'm gonna tell him.
  • Where's your ball? Here we go.
  • (ALL CHEERING)
  • All right! Very good!
  • I got you some hot chocolate. I thought you might be cold.
  • Thanks.
  • ♪ All at once I knew what livin' can be
  • Do you suppose we could get back to the game?
  • I'll hold on to it. I'll be right here.
  • All right.
  • I'll just bowl.
  • ♪ Good morning life ♪
  • Can I get a Miller? Bottle, no glass.
  • MEGAN: Come on, Sophie!
  • (PEOPLE CHATTING)
  • Bob, I need a high-five.
  • Oh, my God.
  • Angelo.
  • ALL: Angelo. Angelo.
  • All right, make way.
  • Okay, killer.
  • All right, honey.
  • Come on, killer!
  • Charlie!
  • You made it. Hey, thanks for coming down.
  • All right. I thought I was gonna meet you at a bar.
  • There's a bar here. You want... I'll grab...
  • What's going on with the senior citizens?
  • We're bowling.
  • All right.
  • Everybody, this is Charlie.
  • SOPHIE: Oh, hi, Charlie.
  • Charlie, Joe, Charlie, this is a good friend of mine, Charlie.
  • Joe, Emmett, my good friend Charlie.
  • Hey, Charlie, you in?
  • Yeah, he's in. Ten-spot.
  • Ten-spot. Ten, right here.
  • You for or against?
  • Uh, for.
  • For, for, for. Of course.
  • What did I just bet on?
  • Whether Angelo's gonna get a strike or not.
  • All right!
  • (ALL CHEERING)
  • "Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?" You're right here!
  • You're right here!
  • All right!
  • Did I win?
  • Yeah, you just won.
  • Great.
  • You won, I won, everybody won.
  • Here we go.
  • Tenth frame, you're looking at makin' your highest score ever.
  • ANGELO: Which is 67 up till now, right.
  • Here we go.
  • I didn't even know Bob bowled.
  • He doesn't.
  • I would like to dedicate this next shot to Grace,
  • who brought me back to the game after a 25-year absence.
  • That's right. Before I was your beer-runner and milkman,
  • the last time I bowled was
  • Andy Jankovsky's 13th birthday party.
  • So Grace,
  • this shot's for you.
  • 68! 68!
  • (PEOPLE CHEERING)
  • SOPHIE: It's still 66.
  • ALL: (CHANTING) 66! 66!
  • Hey, Bob, try the other arm.
  • (ALL CHATTERING)
  • I got one more.
  • So, what do you do?
  • I'm a vet.
  • Yeah, I didn't... I didn't go to Nam.
  • (ALL CHEERING)
  • That's for you, baby.
  • I think Sammy Davis Jr. is the greatest performer of that group.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • And, uh, and I like Bill Cosby, too.
  • Oh, I always liked him.
  • Oh, oh, and Flip Wilson.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • Oh, what a wacko.
  • Now, this'll be good for about a week.
  • You have some bread in there, too.
  • Thank you so much. I really appreciate it.
  • All right.
  • See you guys later. Bye, Emmett. Bye, guys!
  • Charlie!
  • Bye-bye, Charlie.
  • Poker tonight?
  • Grace and I are gonna enjoy a glass of wine out back, maybe take a walk.
  • Charlie, let me get that...
  • Gonna let you old boys hold on to your money tonight.
  • Don't take a walk too far now. It's getting very dark out there.
  • We'll sit right outside.
  • How would you two guys like to take a spin in my Cadillac?
  • I don't know if... I can't handle that machine.
  • I just had it waxed.
  • It's too much for me, but thank you.
  • You need a sweater?
  • Yes, she does.
  • No. I don't need a sweater, okay?
  • Well, you don't need to go far beyond the yard anyway.
  • I'm after putting the special candle out there that repels all the bugs.
  • GRACE: Thank you.
  • Every species but one.
  • Okay, thanks.
  • Marty, what species is that?
  • That's the saber-tooth fly.
  • Oh, the famous candle.
  • Yep.
  • Marty, will you get away from the window!
  • You look like a peeping Tom.
  • All serene. I think she's going to tell him tonight.
  • The longer she waits, the harder it's gonna be.
  • I don't see what the big deal is.
  • I mean, she had a heart transplant.
  • I went with a girl that had a club foot.
  • She had the big shoe and everything.
  • You'll be remembered in heaven for that.
  • You're a saint.
  • Bet she had a hell of a personality to put up with you.
  • He better not hurt her, that's all I've got to say.
  • What's this? What's this?
  • Everybody's picking on me now!
  • Come on, come on, simmer down. I thought we were playing some cards.
  • How many you want? How many cards you want?
  • Hold it. Hold it.
  • The lovebirds are out there. Let's play some Pavarotti,
  • give them a little inspiration.
  • They don't need any music out there, Angelo.
  • Oh, wait a minute. Wait a minute.
  • How about some Bing, huh?
  • Bing? No, no.
  • We need Bobby. Bobby.
  • Something at least plays.
  • Play something bearable here.
  • Bearable.
  • Now...
  • Sorry, excuse me.
  • Look...
  • Who's that?
  • ...they'll make their own music.
  • Right.
  • What do we got?
  • Come on, let me handle this.
  • I had a good time tonight.
  • So did I.
  • I had a great time.
  • Good.
  • She likes Dean or Frank.
  • We need somethin' modern. Don't you have any new albums?
  • These are all new, the latest thing.
  • Angelo, you pick out one.
  • If I pick out one it's Sinatra. Who the hell else is there?
  • In the beginning was Sinatra.
  • And ever shall be Frankie Sinatra, the one and only.
  • Back in style, though dead.
  • Frankie! Sing it, baby.
  • What is this? A baseball game?
  • Oh, God, it's a live concert.
  • That'll work.
  • (MUSIC PLAYING ON STEREO)
  • I'll make 'em turn it off.
  • No. No.
  • It's nice.
  • ANGELO: What's going on over there?
  • Let it work its magic.
  • ♪ Is it the good turtle soup or merely the mock?
  • Oh, no, I'm really not a very good dancer.
  • You'll be fine.
  • ♪ ...this feeling of joy?
  • ♪ Or is what I feel
  • ♪ What I feel
  • ♪ the real McCoy?
  • ♪ the real McCoy?
  • ♪ Is it for all time or simply a lark?
  • ♪ Is it Granada I see
  • (ALL SINGING ALONG)
  • ♪ or only Asbury Park?
  • ♪ Is it a fancy not worth thinking of?
  • ♪ Or is it at long last love?
  • ♪ Is it an earthquake, or simply a shock?
  • ♪ Is it the good turtle soup, or merely the mock?
  • ♪ Is it a cocktail
  • ♪ Is it a cocktail
  • ♪ this feeling of joy?
  • ♪ this feeling of joy?
  • ♪ Or is what I feel the real McCoy?
  • ♪ Is it for all time or simply a lark?
  • (CHILDREN CHATTERING)
  • ♪ Is it Granada I see or only Asbury Park?
  • ♪ Is it a fancy, not worth thinking of?
  • ♪ Or is it at long
  • ♪ Is it at long
  • ♪ at long last love? ♪
  • Hey, Tommy? Did you get that, um...
  • It's all done.
  • You don't know what I'm gonna...
  • We got it done, trust me.
  • Bob.
  • Charlie.
  • Bennington called.
  • Yeah, I told him the dedication's gonna be in a couple of weeks.
  • He's postponing his vacation because he insists on doing your intro.
  • Oh... Well, that's...
  • Elizabeth would love that, huh?
  • She would love this.
  • You did it.
  • Took me long enough.
  • Bob, I'm going to order one more double-glass panel.
  • No, Jeff. Hold up.
  • Hold up, no.
  • Want to get a beer? Or is tonight bingo?
  • Take some time off.
  • Grace wants to talk after dinner tonight.
  • She wants to talk, she's making dinner and she never stays over.
  • Don't you see?
  • She probably read that book with the laws,
  • the rules, whatever they call it.
  • This is a game that all women play just to reel us in.
  • Well, it's working.
  • You are so sad.
  • Hey, kids! Sammy Sosa! Right here!
  • Sammy Sosa!
  • It's him!
  • Everybody!
  • So, I'm gonna tell him tonight.
  • Please, I've heard that before.
  • No, I am.
  • Well, you should. Because he's perfect, you know.
  • Yeah.
  • Yeah, for me he is.
  • Don't get me wrong. He's no Joe.
  • Honey?
  • Yes, dear.
  • Austin got sick all over my shirt.
  • I'll get that off.
  • I gave him a baby Tylenol and put him in his PJs.
  • He's going to sleep in our bed.
  • Again.
  • Kid keeps getting sick.
  • I shouldn't have given him that pepperoni pizza.
  • What?
  • You should put on a shirt
  • or Grace will never be satisfied by another man.
  • You like that, baby?
  • I'm a bad cat!
  • He's all muscle.
  • Come on, you can dance with me.
  • Gracie, you wanna dance with me?
  • Our rhythm gets us in trouble.
  • Hey, hey, hey!
  • (LAUGHING)
  • (BEEPING)
  • (WHIRRING)
  • (MICROWAVE WHIRRING)
  • Sure you don't want any help in there?
  • Oh, yeah. Believe it or not, I can microwave popcorn.
  • Hey, uh, did you see the, uh, the write-up in the Trib
  • about the dedication coming up?
  • No. I have to read that.
  • Yeah.
  • You know, everyone wants to be there. Grandpa and the guys.
  • Oh. As long as you're there.
  • Of course I'll be there.
  • Okay, Mel.
  • Mel? Good boy.
  • Oh, that's good. Thanks.
  • Sydney is gonna love his new place, I hope.
  • I'm thinking about moving in there myself.
  • It's perfect for him.
  • I bet you can't wait.
  • Yeah.
  • Finally.
  • Yeah, you've been working so hard.
  • Yeah, but it's been worth it
  • to make Elizabeth's dream come true.
  • At least I could do that for her.
  • I'm sure she's very proud of you.
  • Thank you, Grace.
  • There something you wanted to tell me?
  • Yeah.
  • And now would be a good time.
  • (MICROWAVE BEEPS)
  • Popcorn's done!
  • Okay.
  • I'm sorry.
  • Will you save my place?
  • Sure.
  • Oh, I got a new CD. You want to put on some music?
  • (COUGHS)
  • Yes, good.
  • Okay.
  • Where's the music?
  • It's hanging in my jacket pocket, in the den.
  • Oh.
  • Oh, okay.
  • "Dr. Elizabeth Rueland died in a car accident on April 12th..."
  • April 12th.
  • BOB: Grace?
  • Gracie?
  • Oh, jeez, the microwave...
  • There's not gonna be any popcorn tonight.
  • Sorry.
  • What?
  • I have to go.
  • Now?
  • Yeah.
  • Why?
  • Well, I completely forgot
  • I promised Megan I was gonna babysit for her.
  • Tonight?
  • Yeah, it...
  • Stupid.
  • I'll go with you.
  • No! No!
  • I'd love to see those kids. I'll drive you.
  • It's okay, 'cause I got my bike and I, you know, I gotta take my bicycle.
  • (METALLIC CLANGING)
  • Damn bike is so old.
  • Are you okay?
  • Yeah, I'm fine. I just... It's late...
  • How much does she pay?
  • And she's gonna be worried about me.
  • Slow down a bit.
  • Okay. I got it.
  • Just give me that. You're gonna hurt yourself.
  • Let me get it.
  • I'm late.
  • Okay, I'll just... I'll just throw this on the back of my truck
  • and I'll take you over there.
  • No, no, no, no! I'm here! I'm here!
  • Just let me go, okay?
  • All right.
  • I'll call and tell her that you're on your way.
  • No! No!
  • No, because the baby may be napping.
  • Okay. All right.
  • She's gonna be worried. Don't call her!
  • Okay. Relax. Okay.
  • Hey, I'm just late.
  • What was it you wanted to tell me?
  • Nothing! It doesn't matter.
  • BOB: Mel, stay.
  • Oh, my God!
  • Oh, honey.
  • What was God thinking?
  • I know what we are gonna do. I'm gonna take you over there right now
  • and you're just gonna tell him.
  • No, I can't go!
  • Yes, you can.
  • What am I gonna say to him? I can't say anything to him.
  • Yes, you can. You're just gonna tell him.
  • How? How do I tell him?
  • Just, "Bob, you know, I..."
  • "Bob..." Just, you know, you say it. "Bob..."
  • You can't even say it.
  • Well, I'm just... It's off the top of my head, honey.
  • I need some time to think of something,
  • but we'll come up with something great, all right? The perfect words.
  • I'll help you, and I'll bring you there. Okay?
  • I'll go with you.
  • I don't want to go.
  • I'll wait in the car, of course, but you know, you go in and then say it.
  • But there's nothing we can say.
  • Oh, Christ. Who died?
  • No one. Just...
  • Bob's wife.
  • He's married?
  • Oh, God.
  • That rat bastard!
  • That rat bastard!
  • Tyler, shh!
  • You want me to go over there and handle this?
  • Joe, no.
  • You want to handle that son of a bitch?
  • Please, Joe, please.
  • I knew it! I knew it...
  • No...
  • ...that hairline, the creative type.
  • Joe, stay out of it!
  • You don't know what you're talking about.
  • I'll go take care of it, I swear to God.
  • Take the kids. Stop it.
  • I'll kick his tail for you. I'll kick the shit out of him!
  • Quit pushing me!
  • I'm not pushing you.
  • Grace, what's going on here? You want me to handle?
  • Joe. Please go, Joe.
  • I'll kick the shit out of him for you, Grace.
  • Son of a bitch. What? What?
  • Joe, please!
  • Grace has Bob's dead wife's heart.
  • He's not married.
  • Oh.
  • Okay.
  • Want some ice cream?
  • TYLER: Yeah.
  • You want something, hon? Grace?
  • I called over to Fabrizio.
  • He'll pick you up in Rome.
  • Okay.
  • I can't go over there myself until the fall
  • because Angelo and Sophie,
  • they need my help in the busy summer season.
  • I know, Grandpa.
  • I guess
  • you could go without me.
  • Grandpa.
  • I think it's for the best.
  • It'd be easier for Bob if I'm gone.
  • It's only you I'm concerned about.
  • Once I tell him
  • I'm gonna want to go away.
  • Hey, Marty. Hey, Gracie.
  • Hello, Robert.
  • Gracie, close your eyes and don't open them until I tell you to open them, okay?
  • Now listen.
  • It's the character that's the strongest
  • that God gives the most challenges to.
  • Now you can take that as a compliment.
  • BOB: Your eyes closed?
  • Yeah.
  • Keep them closed now.
  • No peeking.
  • Come on, put your hand over your eyes. I can't tell.
  • There you go.
  • Okay, hold on. Keep them closed.
  • Open.
  • (MIMICKING BUGLE)
  • A bike.
  • You haven't even opened it yet.
  • You bought me a bike.
  • And a basket.
  • Yeah.
  • I got it at Rudy's down on Addison.
  • He specializes in restoring vintage bikes.
  • This one had your name all over it.
  • I think she likes it.
  • You okay?
  • I was worried about you last night.
  • I'm going away.
  • What?
  • I'm going away.
  • Why?
  • I should have told you something I...
  • I didn't have the courage to tell you.
  • Look, a little over a year ago, I had surgery.
  • I had a heart transplant.
  • Oh, my God. I thought you were gonna say you were a man or something.
  • Wait, am I hurting you?
  • No.
  • You're okay now. You're fine. You're healed.
  • You could have told me that.
  • I should have told you, I know. I'm really sorry I didn't.
  • Then I...
  • I found this... I found this in your house.
  • That's me.
  • I'm going away tonight so you won't be reminded.
  • I, uh, I didn't know. I didn't know that...
  • I swear to God, I didn't know.
  • I am so sorry. I wanted to say I'm sorry.
  • I gotta go.
  • I'm sorry, I gotta go.
  • Okay.
  • No, I gotta...
  • walk.
  • Okay.
  • MARTY: Now you're not gonna try to check that thing onto the airplane, are you?
  • GRACE: I want to take it, Grandpa.
  • Marty, come on, let her take it.
  • But I can bring it over to her when I go over.
  • Sweetie, I did check the machine again. Still no call for her.
  • Oh, well, now you better stay.
  • Marty, sometimes you gotta run away to see if somebody's gonna follow.
  • I've told her I'm going to follow her,
  • but I can't get over there until the fall.
  • Are you sure he knows you're leaving?
  • Yeah. Told him I was going away.
  • All right.
  • Here's a little snack. I love you so much.
  • Sweetheart.
  • Pray in Rome. God will hear you better.
  • Oh, I hate to say goodbye to you.
  • Megan, I got it.
  • All right.
  • Away you go.
  • Yeah.
  • Okay.
  • GRACE: Bye, you guys.
  • SOPHIE: Bye, sweetie.
  • Bye, darling.
  • Bye.
  • Bye.
  • (CHILDREN CHATTERING)
  • Hey, Charlie, it's me.
  • I need to talk to someone.
  • No, not over the phone.
  • Can you meet me?
  • Yeah, 12:30 is fine.
  • Thanks. Thank you.
  • (DOOR OPENING)
  • Inspector's here. Drink up, friend.
  • Scusa, you like?
  • Oh, no, thank you.
  • Maybe it help you paint.
  • No, I was, uh, I was going to go home now, to a casa.
  • Uh, thank you, though. Thanks.
  • He is married?
  • It's a long story.
  • I take my break now.
  • Wow.
  • Yeah.
  • Wow!
  • Yeah.
  • Mamma mia.
  • Si.
  • Who's taking me?
  • Oh, yeah.
  • No, no, Marty. I'll get it.
  • All right. Night, boys.
  • Good night, Sophie, dear.
  • Good night, Sophie.
  • See you tomorrow.
  • Take care, Wally.
  • Yeah.
  • Ah, dear. Oh, dear.
  • What?
  • The door.
  • Oh, sure.
  • What a guy.
  • Wally! It's Bob.
  • Ouch.
  • What are you doing?
  • What's going on?
  • That was a short ride.
  • I'm in.
  • MARTY: But we're not even playing.
  • She's not here.
  • How you been?
  • You hungry? I'll make you a plate of pasta.
  • No, no, thanks, Angelo.
  • She left?
  • Oh, it's two days now.
  • Well, I've been thinking.
  • Oh, you would be, yes.
  • (ALL CHATTERING)
  • The dedication's next week.
  • Yes.
  • And, uh,
  • it means so much to me
  • and to Elizabeth.
  • Well, you've been working like a dog.
  • I miss Elizabeth.
  • I'll always miss her.
  • But I, uh...
  • I ache for Grace.
  • And I don't know if I can...
  • I don't know if she...
  • She can!
  • (SHUSHING)
  • Here, Bob.
  • Come along with me a moment.
  • Yeah. They'll be fine.
  • Angelo, sit down.
  • Stay loose, baby. Stay loose.
  • Only Gracie can tell you the name
  • of every flower in this garden.
  • I know no more than one or two of them myself.
  • What's happening?
  • Marty's got him in a chokehold!
  • Oh, my God! What...
  • Marty! Don't do it!
  • What are you talking about?
  • Now, Robert.
  • This is none of my business.
  • I know that what's happened has been overwhelming.
  • I know it's going to take you a good while to sort this all out.
  • But while you're sorting, I want you to remember that in all the times
  • I prayed that Gracie would have a second chance at life.
  • I always knew that if God blessed us,
  • the heart she got would have to be from
  • a very special person,
  • if it were going to be at home
  • in Grace.
  • When she met you,
  • her heart beat truly for the first time.
  • Perhaps it was meant to be with you always.
  • (SPEAKING ITALIAN)
  • GRACE: It's mine.
  • It's mine, yeah.
  • (CHUCKLING)
  • Would you like to ride it?
  • Oh, yes, here.
  • Oh, no, no, no.
  • (MUSIC PLAYING ON STEREO)
  • (BICYCLE BELL RINGING)
  • (LAUGHING)
  • (NUNS CLAPPING)
  • (SPEAKING ITALIAN)
  • You came all the way to Italy?
  • Yeah, I did.
  • I came all the way to Italy.
  • I love you, Grace.
  • MR. BENNINGTON: A lot of you have come up to me today
  • because you recognise me from my photo in the monkey house.
  • But my sizeable donations down through the years
  • is not what we're here to talk about.
  • Ladies and gentlemen, Bob Rueland!
  • Thank you, Mr. Bennington, for that introduction
  • and for your generous contribution.
  • I would like to thank everyone who contributed their time and energy.
  • My incredibly dedicated crew, sitting right there.
  • And supervising veterinarian,
  • my good, my dear friend Dr Charles Johnson.
  • Hey, Charlie!
  • He apparently will be signing autographs after the ceremony.
  • The dedication of this new home for Sydney and his family
  • holds great personal meaning for me.
  • My late wife, Elizabeth,
  • spent many years with Sydney.
  • She taught him so many things. She envisioned this for him.
  • She taught him sign language. She introduced him to his wife.
  • (ALL LAUGH)
  • But more importantly,
  • it was her uncompromising passion
  • that brings us here together today.
  • So it is with great honor
  • that I dedicate this new habitat
  • in loving memory
  • of Elizabeth Rueland.
  • (PEOPLE CLAPPING)
  • (GLASS TINKLING)
  • Will everybody clear the dance floor
  • so that the bride and groom may have the first dance?
  • Way to go, Marty! Way to go!
  • ♪ Oh, what if I loved you, and I gave it my all?
  • ♪ What if I told you, you're all I've waited for?
  • ♪ What if I held you tonight
  • ♪ And I made you feel oh so right?
  • ♪ What if I loved you?
  • ♪ Would you always be mine?
  • ♪ What if l kissed you
  • ♪ The way you like to be kissed?
  • ♪ What if l held you in my arms so close like this?
  • ♪ What if l touched you tonight
  • ♪ And I filled your body with delight?
  • ♪ What if l loved you?
  • ♪ Would you always be mine?
  • ♪ Oh, what if sang you
  • ♪ A sweet lullaby?
  • ♪ What if l gave you a dozen stars that I pulled from the sky?
  • ♪ What if l told you tonight
  • ♪ I wanna love you for the rest of your life?
  • ♪ What if l loved you?
  • ♪ Would you always be mine?
  • ♪ What if l loved you?
  • ♪ Would you always be mine? ♪
  • ♪ Standing at the corner
  • ♪ Waiting for a ride
  • ♪ To carry me away
  • ♪ Thinking about tomorrow
  • ♪ at the end of the day
  • ♪ I've walked through every fire
  • ♪ And measured every mile
  • ♪ To see how far I've gone
  • ♪ But all that really matters
  • ♪ Is I carry on
  • ♪ Now here I am
  • ♪ Like a soldier in the night
  • ♪ Here I am, oh, yeah
  • ♪ Ready for the fight
  • ♪ Oh, must be the master plan
  • ♪ 'Cause here I am ♪
  • ♪ And do you ever wonder
  • ♪ Where the wind blows?
  • ♪ Where it all will end?
  • ♪ Some day I'll find the answers
  • ♪ And I won't be back again
  • ♪ And here I am
  • ♪ Just like a soldier in the night
  • ♪ Here I am, yeah
  • ♪ Ready for the fight
  • ♪ Oh, must be the master plan
  • ♪ Well, it must be the master plan, yeah
  • ♪ Cos here I am ♪

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Bob Rueland (David Duchovny) loses his wife (Joely Richardson) in a car accident. A year later, still grieving, he meets Grace Briggs (Minnie Driver), a shy waitress an Irish/Italian restaurant run by her grandfather Marty (Carroll O'Connor). Bob immediately falls for Grace and she's attracted to him as well, but what he doesn't know is that a year ago Grace was the recipient of a heart transplant -- and that Elizabeth was the donor.