The Wise Kids (2011) Movie Script

Whoa, whoa, whoa!
It's not the Olympic torch, Ryan.
Slow it down a little bit.
It's lighter than the
original is all.
The orig... Oh, the one Jesus used?
Well, let's pretend it's not.
OK, OK...
Can you maybe gimme
a little more than that?
- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah, it's gotta be real.
You gotta be real...
Fierce. Real fierce.
OK, let's lift him up.
Careful, careful...
- Um, whoa.
- Are you OK?
- You OK?
- Yeah.
Uh, yeah, we should...
we should fix this.
All right, so you have the address?
Yep, that's it.
And we'll have cash for you.
Thank you, sweetheart.
Oh, wait, you have the
veggie pizza, right?
OK, yes, thank you, I'm sorry.
All right, bye bye.
Dad's makin' an E-vite
and everything.
That's too cute.
Are you gonna invite Amanda?
- Who?
- Amanda, from school.
I thought you liked her.
Um, as a friend.
We've gotta find you a woman.
It's just gettin' so good.
It's just gonna be so good, Austin.
That should do it.
Thanks, Harry. That's nice.
That was crazy, huh?
So, are we still having ladies
meeting at the same time next week?
We actually moved it,
um, to Wednesday.
Instead of 7:30, it'll be 8.
- OK.
- If that's OK.
Hmm... Uh...
Where's Ryan?
Oh, shoot.
Tim, do you mind
getting on the cross?
- Awesome.
- Yep.
So, yeah, just...
Like this?
Uh, yeah...
I guess it... works.
So, that's probably
long enough, right?
Yeah, let's get you down.
Hey, guys...
Brea, did you wanna
work on our duet later?
- Sure.
- Cool.
Dear Heavenly Father, It's such an
amazing pleasure and an amazing honor
to be worshipping Your name
through song and dramatic art.
We ask that You bless this
pageant so that others
might see You and want
to know You more.
And we ask that You bless
the food we're about to eat
to the nourishment of our bodies
so that we might better serve
Your awesome, incredible,
amazing name.
In Your awesome, holy, amazing,
awesome, awesome name, we pray, Amen.
ALL: Amen.
So, what are the
college plans, guys?
Brea and I are going
to Weatherford.
I mean, we applied.
But we'll get in,
it's not like it's hard.
Fabulous school. Very
Tim's goin' to New York.
He already got in.
Wait, what?
Yeah, I got into the New School.
It has a pretty great
film program, so...
I have family in New Jersey.
You should look them up...
At your own risk.
That's a bit far away,
don't you think?
Well, I mean...
From where, you know?
What about Savannah?
Doesn't Savannah have
a good film program?
Hey there, thespians!
How we doin' today?
Hey there.
Hey, I know there's a
lot of youth here,
and I just wanna introduce
you guys to a couple folks.
This is Dylan All and
his lovely wife Erin.
Dylan's up for consideration
for Youth Minister,
so we're gonna be doin' kind
of a trial period for him
over the next couple of weeks,
and we're gonna see how
everything works out, and
everybody gels and whatnot.
You're gonna do Sunday
School with him on Sunday,
and he's gonna be around for this glorious
pageant that Austin is creating for us.
It's just gonna be an
all-around great time.
Woo hoo!
I like your style.
All right, now y'all
go back to eatin'.
Brea, can I see you for a sec?
I need you to pick up your
brother and Haley at the mall.
Are they on a date?
Can you do that for me?
I need to make a visit.
Where are your keys?
I've just been praying so hard that God
would send us the right man for the job...
- So, New York?
- Yeah.
Gonna need someone, you know,
like really cool and on fire for God.
- We are very cool, so...
- Dylan.
So sorry to interrupt, I just
had to introduce myself.
I'm Elizabeth, I'm Austin's wife.
I lead the Women's Ministry here, so...
Elizabeth's awesome at everything.
Thank you.
Nice to meet you.
It's such a pleasure
to have you here.
Thank you, very much.
There they are.
Hey y'all.
So Josh... Brea says you're thinking
about following in your Dad's footsteps.
Uh, maybe... yeah.
I think I'd be a
pretty good preacher.
- Is he gay?
- Shhhh.
- Was that loud?
- Yeah.
Did you ever think about,
like... what we'd believe,
if our parents believed
different things?
Yeah, I guess I see what you mean.
Oh, she's comin'.
Oh, good, good.
I mean...
They could have taught us anything,
and... we would have believed it.
I don't know.
I think I pretty much
believe it on my own.
Yeah, I think so.
Oh, wait. Check this out.
Laura, honey, are you
excited about Weatherford?
Yes, ma'am.
Y'all are gonna have a blast.
So, are you really, like...
you know...
Um... I think so.
How do you feel about that?
Well, I double checked,
and it's definitely wrong.
I can send you the
verses if you want.
Hey, you know...
I'm gonna work this out, OK?
I mean, this is...
I'm still totally a
believer in Christ.
I'm still definitely a Christian,
and I wanna do what God
wants, I do. I really want to.
I've just gotta, like,
pray about it and stuff.
It's like, a thing you work out.
It's gonna be OK.
I... I hope you'll get help.
I think you should.
'Cause you can't be both.
That's like...
That's like, a paradox.
Well, that went well.
Don't worry about it.
She's tryin' to...
Night, Laura!
Are you really OK with this?
I will e-mail you the verses.
Is everybody sleepin'?
Keri's at a movie.
- Oh, what movie?
- Somethin' stupid.
How was your day?
How... was... your... day?
I'm gonna watch a movie
and go to sleep.
You can watch it in here,
I'm not watchin' this.
You're not watchin'
it either, Brad.
I don't think you'd
like this one, Dad.
- No.
Say your prayers.
Night, Brad.
- Hello.
- Hello.
Welcome to the piano.
Play me a song.
Play a song for me.
Play you a song... OK, here we go.
Originate it.
I have to practice.
Originate me a song.
Well, I don't know, um...
I'm not feeling it...
I'm sorry...
I'm sorry. I don't
know what to sing.
I gotta practice the
real stuff for church.
I'm sorry...
I'm sorry.
Please, Lord, show Tim
that there's a way out...
Please just watch
over him tonight...
Please, just watch
over him tonight...
That's all I'm asking.
Please, please, please.
I had a bad dream.
I had a bad dream, Mama.
Oh, honey... honey...
- Mornin', ya'll.
- Mornin'.
- How are y'all doin'?
- Good.
So... I'm doing this
'trial period' thing,
and they wanted me to give
teaching the Youth Class a whirl.
So here we are.
My wife is stuck with the old people,
so this worked out pretty well for me.
Would the preacher's daughter
like to open with prayer?
Dear Heavenly Father:
We thank You for this day
and for all who gathered
here to worship You.
We ask that You teach
us something today
and work in our hearts so that
others might see You in us.
In Your name we pray, Amen.
Let's go outside!
So, today's lesson, I've
called Nature as Love.
And what I kinda want
to talk about is...
Well, not just God's creation.
I'm sure you were kinda overloaded
with that stuff when you were kids.
But about God's creation...
everything that we see,
feel, smell, touch,
as, literally...
literally, like, the...
embodiment of God's love.
Right? It's the stuff...
It's the physical stuff
his love is made of.
And we live amidst it.
We live in it.
And I think that's awesome.
So as you...
Yeah, go for it, buddy.
Would that include people?
Would what include people?
Nature. I mean...
We're nature, right?
So are we a part...
of God's gift to each other?
Yeah, sure!
Hey there.
Well, good mornin', sweet girl.
It's nice to see your pretty face.
- Hey, Cheryl.
- Hey.
She always says hello to me.
I know. I'm always
here to your left.
Tell me, Brea, how's your life?
Just waitin' on college
decisions and all that stuff.
You'll be leavin'
me soon, won't ya?
Oh, not for a few months.
And I'll be back, don't worry.
My favorite girl is
leaving me, Cheryl.
I like your dress, Brea.
Pretty dress, pretty girl.
OK, I gotta get up there and sing.
Love you.
- Bye, Cheryl.
- See ya, later, Brea.
Hey there.
Are you all right?
Yeah, I lost the words. Sorry.
Nobody noticed, trust me.
Hey, um...
Did you ever go through, like, a...
a doubting phase?
Oh, sure. Don't most people?
I don't think so.
Well, yeah.
I mean... I've had my questions.
Did you get your answers?
I guess I just realized that God
is bigger than my questions.
You know?
But, um... what does that mean?
Don't think so much.
You're sure they didn't notice?
Hey... Do it.
I really like Dylan and Erin.
I really do.
Oh, hi.
You're early.
Looks different in the dark.
Hmm... Yep.
Great, yes.
So when you see it, take her hand.
Let your hand know before
your voice does, OK?
Now look around to make sure
you're in the right place.
Yeah, kinda like that. Good.
- What's happened?
- Where is He?
Gimme that again.
Where is He?
Where is He?
Really ask it.
Where is He?
They've taken him.
Someone must have taken him.
But who?
Oh, my Son...
Why are you sad?
Why the tears?
Sorry. That's kind of...
I'm still being kind
of soldiery, aren't I?
That's OK. Take it again...
a little lighter.
Why are you sad?
Why the tears?
Because they've taken...
Yeah, I know the line. I'm sorry.
Because they've taken Him...
They've taken my Lord.
Good, and then Ryan.
Mother, Mary.
My Son.
Make that a whisper.
My Son.
Again. Look at him.
Really look at him. Take a moment.
Take a moment before you do it again.
Let it sink in.
Really feel the breaking
of the silence.
My Son.
- Hey, buddy.
- Hey.
Uh, there's not that many
other opportunities...
Oh, Brea, that was just wonderful!
Just wonderful!
I'm glad you liked it.
Great job, Brea.
Almost enough to make
a believer outta me.
The Lord is good, isn't He?
He's risen indeed!
So you seem like you're actually,
like, probably a really good actress.
Not quite up to my level.
But, um, yeah...
You were really convincing.
You were really good.
Hey, um...
You know I'm not... stupid, right?
What do you mean?
I mean, like, I'm not dumb.
I didn't say you were.
I mean, I guess I just...
I mean, I think about
stuff, too, you know?
I know.
See ya.
Hey, so, um...
What's the deal with Mrs.
Powell's granddaughter?
Oh, gosh. She...
Well, not much to say.
They're just kind of inseparable.
I don't know.
I just find her kind of
interesting, I guess.
She is that.
There you go.
That's called a parentheses.
- Hmm.
- Yeah.
What? Are you serious?
Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
OK, all right!
Yes! Woo!
Yes, yes, yes!
These women seem... not human.
I know, right?
Someone come tell me what to wear!
Mom, come tell me what to wear.
Is that the mail?
- Shit!
- Laura!
I got in! I got my letter today!
Did you get your letter today?
I got my letter today and I got in.
Call me back right now! It's Laura.
How do I look?
- What?
- How do I look?
You look good.
Yeah, are you sure?
Yeah, you look really good.
Like... Cute?
You look cute.
- Hey.
- Hey!
Happy Birthday!
- Did you get my message?
- Yeah.
Did you get one, too?
- Yeah.
- Weeee!
Hey, y'all!
Happy birthday, sweetheart.
Happy birthday, moviemaker.
Sorry we're late, it was...
It was both of our faults.
Yeah, something like that.
- Thanks for coming.
- Yeah, absolutely.
What? Oh, hey, Harry! How ya doin?
Happy Birthday.
Thanks, Austin.
You're makin' me blush.
Uh, excuse me, everybody!
Can I have your
attention, everybody?
I just want to thank everyone
for comin' out to help
celebrate my boy's birthday.
He is so... special.
He is so special to me, and I don't
think he'll ever know how much.
He helps me... so much.
He's a good boy.
Anyway, he's headin' to New York in the
fall to be a big-time movie director.
And I'm real glad for
him, you know...
And I know he'll have the
beautiful Brea there with him.
But I...
I just hope they don't
wanna keep him.
Yeah, watch out for
those Yankee women.
Anyway, I think that's
all I have to say...
All I can get through, anyway.
Proud of myself for
gettin' this far.
OK, so...
Let's pray, huh?
If we all take hands.
I'm sorry.
Why didn't you tell me?
Since when is Tim your best friend?
This isn't about Tim.
- Yeah, right.
- It's not.
I honestly hadn't even decided
for sure until this week.
And then I just...
I was tryin' to figure
out the right time.
- I'm sorry.
- But why?
I just feel like I wanna
go on an adventure.
I...wanna see the world.
Weatherford would have
been an adventure.
I thought we were...
goin' on an adventure.
Didn't let your lady go first?
No, I'm hungry.
How are you, mister?
Are you enjoying Charleston?
Yeah, we are.
Ready for the big vote?
You got a prediction?
You're a goner.
So, I got you a present,
but I kinda wanted to give
it to you in private...
Oh, OK.
- All right.
- OK.
The best that he can be
at what he wants to do...
And that's what I agree to.
I think that wives
in our positions...
Happy birthday.
Oh, my gosh, oh,
my gosh, oh, my gosh...
Oh, my gosh...
Do you like it?
I love it...
I love this.
- I love it.
- Yeah?
Thank you. I...
I just... wanted to do
somethin' special for you.
- Wow, thank you.
- You're welcome.
You didn't have to do this.
I know I didn't.
I'm glad you like it.
I do. I really like it.
Don't, uh... Don't forget
the little people.
LITTLE GIRL: Wait up, Matthew!
Oh, hey.
Hello there.
I was just lookin'
for the bathroom.
Oh, I think it's, um...
Hey, you know, we should...
get together some time.
Go and get coffee or
something, maybe.
- Yeah, sure totally.
- Yeah?
That'd be great.
Maybe we could do a
double date or something.
Oh yeah, that sounds like a blast.
I'm sorry.
- I'm sorry.
- It's OK.
You OK?
Actually, could...
Could you pray for me real quick?
Yeah, sure, totally.
Maybe we could just duck in there.
- Hey.
- Hey.
You OK?
Lotta people.
Happy birthday, man.
I just ask that you whisper
words of peace and comfort
into your child Elizabeth's ears.
Hold her close and help her
to know that she's loved.
In Your name I pray, Amen.
Thank you.
Sure... Sure.
I should go.
OK, uh... OK.
Hey... How you doin'?
Good. How are you?
Good, good.
You wanna?
- Huh uh.
- Huh uh?
You sure?
Uh huh.
That would be...
He could get his Masters in Dance.
So how long have
y'all been married?
Goin' on about eight years.
Wow, y'all were young!
Were we?
I mean, yeah.
Not that there's anything
wrong with that.
I love marriage...
If you know what I mean.
Shall we?
Mornin', guys. How we doin'?
Hey, how are ya?
Easy as pie.
We'll do the service, I'll ask you
and Erin to leave, and we'll vote.
Sounds good.
Easy... as... pie.
You all right there, buddy?
Relax, OK? You've got this.
But thanks be to God,
who in Christ always leads
us in triumphal procession.
And through us spreads
in every place
the fragrance that comes
from knowing Him.
For we are the aroma of Christ to God
among those who are being saved,
and among those who are perishing.
To the one, a fragrance
from death to death,
and to the other, a fragrance
from life to life.
Who is sufficient for these things?
For we are not peddlers of
God's word, like so many.
But in Christ we speak
as persons of sincerity.
As persons sent from God and
standing in His presence.
All right, before I call our
business conference to order
I'd just like to ask if Dylan and
Erin wouldn't mind hittin' the road.
I thought they were great.
I did too.
Church members are a funny bunch.
They like what they like.
I really thought they
were gonna go for 'em.
Brea, you wanna do the blessing?
You want to?
Um, sure.
Let's pray.
Lord, we thank you for another
Sunday in Your presence.
We ask You to bless this
food we're about to receive
to the nourishment of our bodies.
In Your name we pray, Amen.
Great job.
Oh, Ms. Powell forgot
the pies today.
I told her one of us
would come pick 'em up.
I'll go.
Where's Cheryl?
Oh, she's up in her room.
I don't think I've
ever been up there.
It's a dump.
Mind if I go up?
Be my guest.
She's in one of her moods, though.
I'll leave y'all's pie right there.
Whatcha readin'?
This thing.
Have a seat.
Clear off a chair if you want.
You here for the pie?
Hey, um...
I... I never knew you
weren't a believer.
- You come up here to witness to me?
- No, I didn't come up here to witness to you.
I just...
came up to say, hey.
And, honestly...
I mean, like, what do you
think happens when you die?
I think you go wherever you were...
before you were born.
You go to where you were in 1722.
That was a good year.
Isn't it kind of sad, though?
I mean, thinkin' about not
seein' people after you die?
I suppose it is.
I mean, I've kind of been
havin' my own, um...
Well, you know...
Do somethin' with it.
Get back here!
Stop it, Tim.
Dad told me about you.
He did?
I kinda hate it.
Like... I mean...
I really hate it.
I mean, I think it's sick.
I would have liked
to tell him myself.
I'm sorry. He asked. I didn't...
- He asked?
- Yes.
He, uh...
He found some stuff
on your computer.
I guess he was...
Yeah, so, you're gonna need
to give him some time.
He's gonna need some time.
How long?
Well, quite a bit, I expect.
He's 13 years old, son,
what's he supposed to need?
Brea, I need to get out...
Um, out... badly.
Let's, uh...
What should we do?
You think we can get wine?
Do you see anyone?
- Happy Anniversary.
- Happy Anniversary.
Good, right?
Yeah, very good.
This is nice.
Oh, wait.
We have to swing by
somewhere first.
She puts on her favorite coat
As I watch her through
a kaleidoscope
The whole world has changed...
- Oh, my gosh.
- Oh, wow!
What are y'all up to?
celebrating... our anniversary!
Yeah, congrats!
Thanks, guys.
What are y'all doin'?
Uh, we're dancin'.
BOTH: No...
We're gonna... I don't know...
Y'all have fun.
You all have fun dancing.
Yeah, and we'll see you at church.
Good to see you.
Bye, you guys!
Oh, my gosh.
Oh, it costs money.
- Have you been here before?
- No.
- Hey, Juan, how's it goin'?
- Good, thanks.
I'm gonna go get a drink.
You okay?
Yeah. It's just...
Let's take the shoes off.
We should just...
You know what we should do?
What should we do?
We should just...
Just go to like, just any state.
Any state.
Just go. Just snap our things...
How are you?
How are you?
I'm good. How are you?
I'm doin' good.
Pretty well.
Get in the road and
go down the car.
Get in the car and
drive down the road.
And go somewhere and eat everything
fried, and sleep in everything fried.
You know?
We should go tonight.
We should get in the car right now.
Just get... and go to the stars.
We don't need anything.
Take the road, Jack.
Let's pack our bags and go...
And go...
- I love you.
- I love you.
Uh, I'm gonna give you my number.
Is that OK? Is that weird?
I'm just gonna...
Excuse me...
Just give me a second...
What's wrong?
I don't...
What's wrong?
What's wrong?
It's OK.
It's OK.
Oh, you're home.
I'm home.
April, hey...
This is my cousin Patrick.
Don't worry, he's not joining us.
He's just droppin' me off.
Yeah, don't worry. Hi.
I wasn't worried. Hi.
I'll text you.
OK. You girls have fun.
Is this OK?
Yeah, um, it's cool.
I hope it's not too greasy.
Is it greasy?
No, I like it.
OK, well, whatever,
I'll get a salad, it's fine.
I wanna be a veterinarian, but I'm not sure
if I wanna be the assistant yet or not.
Because it depends on how
much responsibility you want.
- You know what I mean?
- Yeah.
So, I'm still looking into
that, and everything.
Well, that's cool.
Yeah, I really like animals.
All sorts of animals.
That's good, that's good.
I think I'd love it.
So... What about you?
Well, I mean, yeah,
I wanna be in the ministry,
and I wanna stay in
my denomination too.
But they have a big problem with
the whole woman preacher idea.
So, it kind of sucks.
I kinda get it, though. I mean...
Women preachers always make
me feel kind of funny.
Why? That's stupid.
I mean, what gives a
woman any less...
Don't call me stupid.
Oh, no, no, no, no...
I wasn't calling you stupid.
Yes, you were. And I'm not, OK?
I'm sorry.
I don't mean to get off on the wrong...
I mean, if you just pick and choose
what you like out of the Bible,
then why is it even important?
Why is it even holy?
It's the Word of God.
We have this amazing Word of God.
I know it's complicated, and it's confusing,
and it's weird, but it's the Word of God.
We don't have to like it.
But it either is, or it isn't.
Otherwise, what does it mean?
How's your salad?
It's very, very good. Very good.
- No greasy chicken today.
- Great.
How's your sandwich?
Sorry about that.
No, it's fine.
It's been a... crazy summer.
Yeah. No, it's fine. I understand.
- You're good.
- Thanks.
I'm actually sorta cool. Just...
I believe you, you're good.
Come on. Where is he?
So what's the deal
with your cousin?
Oh, he's a dork.
He goes to Weatherford,
too. You'll see him around.
He's been going for,
like, seven years.
It's pathetic.
There he is.
You're late!
It was nice meeting you!
I'll see you in a month, I guess.
- All right. Bye.
- Bye.
- Nice to meet you, Laura.
- You too.
Got a sec?
Yeah... Yeah.
So, the resumes for the
Youth Minister position...
Frankly, they suck.
Wondering if you might
want to take that on?
Oh, wow.
It would mean more pay, of course.
OK. Well, just...
Take your time, pray about it...
And let me know. Cool?
What church are y'all gonna go to?
I don't know.
We'll find one.
Dear, Lord:
We ask that You watch
over our children
as they move into this, the
next chapter of their lives...
Where are y'all eatin'?
At home. Mom's cookin' chicken.
Be right back.
Hey, where do you think
you're goin', young lady?
Oh, Brea! I won't see you, will I?
- No.
- Tell Brea bye.
Oh, come here.
See you in December, OK?
I'll see you in
December, sweetheart.
Have an adventure.
You hear me?
You... have... fun.
I will... for you.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Bye, Brea.
- Bye, Cheryl.
Thank you.
Be a good girl.
Everything gonna be all right?
Yeah... Probably.
Just say yes.
I'm just gonna say this one
thing and that's gonna be it.
I know we're gettin' to be adults and
we have to do what we have to do,
and like...
act how we're supposed to act
and believe what
we're gonna believe,
I want you in Heaven
with me... so bad, Brea.
So bad.
And I know you're gettin'
away from all this...
but for me...
It's no less true, no less fact
than, like, this bed...
or my dog...
Or our friendship.
I know it's true...
just like I know this is true.
All I'm saying is...
Don't leave it lightly.
It's so beautiful,
and it's so true.
Don't leave it lightly, OK?
Just tell me that...
you won't leave it lightly.
- OK.
- Plea...
O come, o come, Emmanuel
And ransom captive Israel
That mourns in lonely exile here
Until the Son of God appear
Rejoice, rejoice, Emmanuel
Shall come to thee, O Israel...
- Um, hello!
- You came back!
So did you.
Brea, this is Patrick.
- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
Good luck with this one.
Uh, we're gonna head...
I gotta get these kids to bed.
You gonna come?
Laura and I will walk him home.
Oh, I was thinking me and Patrick
might go back with my Mom and Dad,
and just hang out at the house.
Well, I'll see you at home then.
Come on, y'all.
Let's go. Come on, come on...
What would you think...
if I stopped believin' in God?
Have you?
Well, as long as you're OK with always
being part of my bedtime prayers.
I'm very, very OK with that.
Well, did you, uh...
Did you meet any, um...
Did you meet any buddies
up there in New York city?
Um, maybe. You, uh...
Well, there is this one
guy Carter, but...
- Carter?
- Yeah.
That his last name or...
No, that's his first name.
What's his last name... John?
That's fine... That's fine.
That's all right.
I'm glad you met a friend.
What about you?
What about me, what?
Any prospects?
- You mean...
- Yeah, I mean!
No! No...
I'm fine. I... am... fine.
I don't have time for
that stuff, son.
Well, maybe you should
make time for it.
Make time.
I got my kids...
I got my kids.
Hey, Jerry, how you doin'?
Austin, how are ya?
Good. Hey, I'm sorry
to stop by so late.
Oh, no, that's fine.
Sol hear your boy made
it back in one piece.
Oh... He sure did.
So college is good?
Yeah, it's pretty amazing.
Good, good. That's wonderful.
Yeah, it's great.
I'm learning a lot.
I bet you are.
And the city's awesome, so...
Yeah, great.
So how are you? How's Elizabeth?
Oh, we're great.
You know...
Preppin' Christmas music,
workin' at the church.
Every day, all daylong...
You know, normal stuff.
- Life.
- Yeah.
Same... old...
Hey, um...
So, um, I guess I just wanted
you to know that, um...
that I think I might be...
That I might be gay.
Me, too.
- Me, too.
- Uh huh.
Yeah, but I don't know...
I don't know what to do.
I don't know what to do, Tim.
I don't know what to do.
Hi, everyone.
Oh, wow!
You guys look great!
Everybody looks great.
Real quick, don't forget the
sheet in the hall.
We would like to know who is here.
And also, so we don't get stuffy in here
and crowded and so we know who's ready,
once you're ready, if you could meet us
out in the lobby that would be fantastic,
and we'll do that before we go outside.
But, uh, I'm really excited, guys.
Merry Christmas, and, uh...
Yeah... This is gonna be good.
Snacks are here in the lobby.
Now, please be sure to
hide the styrofoam cups
if you take them outside
because they're modern.
- Thank you, Harry.
- You're welcome.
- Do you need anything?
- I think I'm good, thanks.
And there we have it.
- Oh, you look good.
- Thanks, Harry.
Let's do this.
This is why you're not wise men.
Are we ready? Let's do this!
Uh, Harry... music!
Let 'em in!
Music good, Austin?
Yeah, it's good. Thanks, Harry.
- Good.
- Sounds good.
You know, if you ever wanted to
get together sometime for lunch
and talk about that Easter
music, I'd be all for that.
Oh, sure... Thanks.
- It's never too soon.
- No. Nope.
Merry Christmas, my friend.
- Merry Christmas, Harry.
- Thank you.
You're a good kid, Austin...
You're a good kid.
I love you.
I love you.