90210 Episode Scripts

N/A - Hello, Goodbye, Amen

Previously on 90210: My name's Sean,|son of Harry Wilson and Tracy Clark.
I didn't have a stable upbringing.
Didn't grow up in a place like this.
You're the first brother at West Beverly|to play varsity lacrosse as long as anyone can remember.
Who is that? You know, it's just a cheerleader.
Everything you have done|was just to set me up - to ruin my birthday?|- Absolutely.
- Being your friend, I'm over it.
|- I already beat you to it.
- You wanna be with me?|- Well, yeah.
- I'm a virgin.
|- What? - I was trying to push you away.
|- Why? Because I slept with Ryan.
Twenty-five years, that's a long time.
I don't know that I can possibly|make that up to you.
It's all good.
Everything's cool here.
I'm making myself right at home.
You should have seen me.
I was popping huge air off|all the moguls and shredding|down the black diamonds.
Look at you, Mr.
Hotshot Boarder.
You gotta come next year.
|I missed you.
No, you missed the chance|to laugh at me when I face-planted off the ski lift.
I'm a simple man|with simple pleasures.
Kansas, darling,|how was your winter break? Oh, my God,|Mom and I took Sean to Cancun.
- You probably heard that.
|- Yep, he mentioned it.
Oh, my God, he's so awesome.
It was so great to spend|that quality time with my half brother.
I mean, our half brother.
I'm so sorry.
|I didn't mean to exclude you.
No problem, you didn't.
We had a blast.
Oh, my God.
I totally dared Sean|to eat a fried grasshopper.
And we laughed so hard, I thought grasshopper|was gonna come out of his nose.
I'm so sorry you missed it.
It's not a competition, Naomi.
|You can Sean it up much as you want.
That is really mature of you, Annie.
Honestly, I don't think I could be quite|so open-minded if Sean didn't wanna hang out|with me.
Well, it was an adjustment with him|wanting to stay at your house and all.
Oh, wait, he's staying with us.
|My bad.
Point, Miss Wilson.
Okay, well, can you let me know|if you hear from him? Thanks.
Bye.
Hey, you okay? Yeah.
It's just I have this friend, Hank,|from rehab.
He hasn't returned any of my texts.
Nobody from group|has even heard from him.
Could he be on vacation? Maybe.
But when an addict|just disappears like that Everybody, settle in, please.
Take your seats.
|Thank you very much.
Today we're gonna talk|about perception.
I mean, how do we even perceive? Well, the eyes take in information and then it passes that information|off to the brain.
Seems pretty straightforward.
But you can still see|without using your eyes.
And that's called intuition.
Using your intuition.
I'm so sorry.
|I wish I had better news.
And there's nothing that I can do, some surgery or drug therapy? Not in this case.
Is there somebody|I can call for you? Husband, a boyfriend? No, there's no guy in the picture|at the moment.
You said you used|to live here before.
Are there some friends|you could talk to about this? I burned all of those bridges.
- Hey, D.
|- Hey, girl, what's up? Got this week's new pick.
It's a rough mix of a new band|my dad just signed.
- Drops in the fall.
|- Excellent.
Oh, yeah, and thank you|for the Sam Cooke stuff.
I knew his R&B stuff,|but I didn't know he did gospel.
Really? That's how he started.
Blew me away.
- Hey, babe.
|- Hi, Silver.
- How was your winter break?|- You know, the usual.
Eggnog.
Sugar crash.
|Remorse, New Year's.
- Well, tell me what you think.
|- Yes.
Bye, D.
Peace.
"Bye, D.
" Why you gotta act like that? Have we met? And besides, I think she's into you, which doesn't make me|wanna hug her, except for maybe around the neck.
- You're crazy.
|- It works for me.
But anyway, Bio awaits.
Later, D.
Hi, Annie.
Hey.
Hey, just came to see my dad.
Yeah, we're going surfing.
I know.
Yeah, he wanted to take the van.
So how's school? You know, reading, writing|all that fun stuff.
- Arithmetic.
|- Yep.
That's pretty much|how I remember it.
Surf's up.
- You're going surfing.
|- Yeah, Sean invited me.
- Oh, you don't surf, do you?|- Harry's an amazing teacher.
- You should come, Annie.
|- You should come.
You don't have|to be naturally graceful to surf.
You know, I'm gonna pass.
But tell my dad I had to run.
See you guys later.
Hey, Miss Taylor.
|Do you have a minute? Sure.
Yeah, come on in.
Sit down.
How are you? I'm okay, I guess.
I was wondering if you had a way|to get in touch with Miss Walsh.
- Brenda?|- Yeah.
My rehab group is hosting|this support day tomorrow to thank all the people|who have helped with our recovery.
Most people bring their families.
I was gonna bring Navid,|but he's at his cousin Avi's wedding.
I see.
Your mom can't make it.
Well, she could.
|I just kind of don't want her there.
She pretty much checked out|on that whole stand-by-your-kid thing.
Does that make me a jerk? No.
It makes you somebody|who's looking out for herself.
But I'm sorry your mom's|not there for you.
It's okay.
Miss Walsh was.
And I'd really like her to come.
You know what, Brenda is usually|pretty busy with her work.
Sure.
Okay.
But you know what? - I will talk to her.
|- Thank you so much, Miss Taylor.
It really means a lot to me.
- Chastity belt.
|- You got giraffe.
- A promise ring.
|- Giraffe.
- Cheerio.
|- A Cheerio.
- A top.
|- An elephant.
What? How did you get that?|That looks like a sock.
That was the trunk.
- Exactly.
|- Let's go.
Next, next.
Go, go.
Time's running.
It's a weapon.
Somebody's hunting.
Hunting.
- Archery.
|- Yes.
Sweet! - What?|- Here we go.
That drawing looked like a sock too.
|An argyle sock.
Go, go, go.
- Hey, I know a sock.
|- That is a small - Time is up.
Thank God.
|- Good.
- How we do?|- Nine points, baby, baby.
Wilson men,|kicking ass and taking names.
Why don't you let a real artiste|show you how it's done? - Ready girls?|- Ready.
- Ready.
|- Come on, Grandma.
Come on.
It's a sock.
Grandma.
Tabitha, could you pick up the pace? She's crosshatching.
- Tabitha?|- Here, let me try again.
Tabula rasa.
Shoot me now.
Oh, excuse me.
- Hello.
|- A skull? - Death?|- Murder.
No.
Though come to think of it, it does resemble a bit|of a vanitas still life.
Come on, ladies, time is running out.
Says who? - Come on.
|- All right, all right.
Don't get your panties in a bunch.
Thank you, Mom.
Excellent job.
Back off.
I told you I'll get the money|and I will, all right? I just need a little more time.
|And I promise Hello? Damn.
Sean, what's going on? It's nothing, really.
What I heard wasn't nothing.
|It was definitely something.
Sean, we're family here.
|You can talk to us.
Okay.
My father, adoptive father.
He was a gambler.
He made some money at it.
Then he got in way over his head.
He couldn't come up|with what he owed.
So he killed himself.
Oh, my God.
He did it to protect me.
He thought his life insurance|could clear his debt.
Sure enough, it turns out his policy|doesn't cover suicide.
So now these guys Guys that were|after him for the money Now they're after you.
Let us help.
How much did your father owe? Two hundred thousand dollars.
I didn't wanna worry you with this.
|I'm shipping out in a week.
What are they gonna do, come to Iraq|and find me? They don't have the guts.
So whose turn is it to draw, huh? - Hey, Annie, got a minute?|- Yeah.
I wanted to apologize.
|I hope that phone call didn't upset you.
No.
No, and I don't want you to think|I was eavesdropping on purpose.
- I was just there.
|- Of course.
No, I know.
I'd hate to think|that I caused you any worry.
Oh, it's okay.
I just thought|my dad would wanna know, so I felt like I had to say something.
Yeah, yeah.
It's nice to have people around|who care.
Oh, here.
Thanks.
- You can take that if you want.
|- No, no, it's late.
It'll go to voice mail.
No worries.
So good night.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Good night.
Mother, I doubt that will help.
Believe me, dear, when the topic|of discussion is money, drinking always helps.
All right, what is the economic|situation here? What are the options? I do so wish I could help, but I've taken such a beating|in the market recently, I simply can't.
In fact, I think it's time for me|to go back to work.
- Really?|- Well, money is only part of it.
The truth is I miss acting.
Digging into the script,|arguing with the director, canoodling with my costars.
It's a calling.
And then there were two.
You know, our retirement account|is in pretty good shape.
- Because we've left it alone.
|- You know what, just hear me out.
We're not paying rent here.
The house in Wichita|will sell eventually.
So maybe Maybe we borrow against our 401|Or the kids' college funds.
- Harry.
|- We can't do nothing.
I know you're worried.
I think Tracy should be included|in this discussion.
- You'd be okay with it?|- She's Sean's mother.
If I were in her place,|I would wanna know.
You're right.
It's|I'm gonna give her a call.
Thank you.
Hey.
Dad's pretty freaked out.
Can you blame him? Dix, do you? What do you think about Sean? What do you mean, what I think|about him? Don't you like him? Well, I've never really felt completely|comfortable around him, you know? I was walking|by his room before and - You know, it's probably nothing.
|- What? He got a local call.
No.
All right.
But he got a local call.
So? So who'd be calling him? He said|he didn't know anybody in town.
I don't know.
|It could have been Tracy, Naomi or a wrong number,|you know.
Yeah.
Yeah, I guess.
Look, when Sean first came here,|you know, I freaked out.
And I hurt Dad, a lot.
Don't put everybody through|the same thing again.
- All right?|- Yeah.
- Good night.
|- Night.
Kelly, here on my doorstep.
I wouldn't be|if you'd returned my calls today.
Sorry, I just couldn't deal with any|of the Ryan drama today.
Probably should have thought of that|before you slept with him.
That's not why I'm here.
|Can I come in? Adrianna asked me|to get in touch with you.
Her rehab group|is having support day.
She wants you there.
- Why me?|- Because you stood up for her, more than her own mom.
- She sees you as a mother figure.
|- I didn't ask for that.
But whether you asked for it or not,|that's the way it is.
I can't make it.
- Why, because it's me asking?|- It's got nothing to do with you.
Then what is it? This girl|is in the early stages of recovery.
She needs you.
|If you were reaching out for help, wouldn't you want people|standing by you? I think you should leave.
You know, Brenda,|I knew you were selfish, but this? This is unforgivable.
If you're gonna ditch school,|go to the beach, not to work.
Nat needed help with|the breakfast shift, so I came through.
You need a table? Nope, just coffee and a bagel.
Did you give that CD a listen? Actually, yeah.
|You know, it reminded me of Prince.
It kind of did.
Maybe with a little|middle-period Curtis.
Curtis? You're kidding? Curtis Mayfield, only, like,|the greatest songwriter of the '60s.
- What are you doing tomorrow?|- Nothing.
Why? My dad has this thing|at our beach house once a month.
It's a gospel choir, barbecue,|a lot of people from his label.
But the food is really good|and the music is dope.
You should come.
I mean, unless Silver|would have an issue with that.
No.
No, not at all.
Not at all.
|Count me in.
Here you go.
I'll text you the details later.
Keep the change.
Thank you.
We did mother-and-son Watsu.
|I thought we were close.
It's not you.
|He didn't want anybody to know.
This whole thing just makes me sick|to my stomach.
If I hadn't given him up, if he hadn't|been adopted by this terrible man Tracy, we cannot beat ourselves up|about it.
What is past is past.
- But he needs our help.
|- Yeah.
And the fact of the matter is that I have|the means that you two don't.
Thank you, Tracy.
|That's very generous.
It's not gonna be as easy|with the divorce as it would've been otherwise.
|There was the prenup, so Anything you could do|would be great.
Think I'm gonna call|my business manager.
Maybe I will sell some|of Charles' art.
There is a Damien Hirst that I couldn't|wait to get out of my bathroom.
I'll be in touch.
We'll get through this.
Thank you for not stabbing her|to death with a pencil.
If you had scissors on your desk,|it'd be a different story.
Honestly, in this case,|I think she's kind of entitled.
Let's see what she comes up with.
Hey, wanna go get some lunch? Yes.
But first, I'm just finishing up|a post on that creepy custodian guy.
You know,|the one with the lazy eye? I'm fairly certain he was checking out|my ass this morning.
Then again, maybe he was just tired.
Well, wanna see something good?|Check out my cheerleader post.
"Shake, shimmy and shut up.
" - Nice headline.
|- Thank you.
But the only one you mention here|by name is Christina.
My blog is called The Vicious Circle.
And you know my motto: Show no mercy.
So, what's your deal|for tomorrow afternoon? There's a Tarantino festival|at the ArcLight.
- L|- I know, I know, it's pretentious|and violent and derivative, but totally awesome.
If you just give|"Death Proof" one chance, - I swear you'd love it.
|- L I gotta do a family thing.
Yeah, yeah.
No.
Annie told me|how crazy things are with Sean.
- Yeah.
|- It's cool.
Food.
Starved.
Let's go.
Brenda really wanted to be here.
Of course.
I understand.
But I'm proud of you,|what you've accomplished.
- You're amazing.
|- Thank you.
Yes, she is.
Hi.
- Oh, you made it.
Awesome.
|- Yeah.
- I'm sorry I'm late.
|- Traffic's a bitch.
I'm so happy you could come.
I wanna introduce you to people.
I'm really hoping that my friend, Hank,|shows up too.
Hello, everyone.
|If everybody could come inside, we're gonna get started.
Let's go.
I wake up in the middle of the night,|drenched in sweat, hating myself.
But when I realize|it's just a nightmare, I'm so relieved.
Relieved that I'm okay,|relieved that I'm clean.
And grateful.
Grateful for all the people|who have been there for me.
People who believed in me, even when I didn't believe in myself.
So I think I'm gonna be okay.
Would anybody from Adrianna's|support team like to share? I haven't really known Adrianna|that long, but ever since I met her,|I've admired her incredible spirit.
She's passionate.
She's smart.
And most importantly,|she actually learns from her mistakes, which is more than I can say|for myself.
She's my friend.
And that's not a word|that I use lightly.
And I'll always have her back.
Hands off the fries.
- How do you do that?|- Eyes in the back of my head.
I should use you|for this Psych paper.
Intuition in Extrasensory|French Fry Perception.
Your mother let you out of the house|in that outfit? - You have to see these pictures.
|- No, thanks.
- Show me.
|- They're just pictures of Sean and I.
I'll put them on Facebook later.
Oh, he's hot.
Oh, this is us at the beach|right before going surfing.
Oh, how cute.
Oh, and this is us|goofing off in the car.
Oh, my God.
You can still see|without using your eyes.
Sean, what's going on? - You can take that.
|- It'll go to voice mail.
No worries.
He got a local call.
So? And that's called|using your intuition.
- There's something I gotta do.
|- What? Nothing.
I gotta go.
Oh, my God.
Can I just tell you|he is so adorable? Tell me I'm crazy.
You're crazy.
Yeah.
Yeah, maybe I'm crazy.
I mean, I'm probably crazy.
At least I hope that I'm crazy,|because everybody loves him.
I mean, you, Dixon, Dad,|Naomi, obviously.
Maybe she's right.
|Maybe I'm just jealous.
Okay, Annie, whoa.
Take a breath.
What are you talking about? Mom, there's something off|about Sean.
And I don't have any proof|and I know that and I really don't wanna hurt Dad, but I have this hunch|that something is not right.
I know.
I have the same feeling.
You do? I thought it was just me.
That maybe I couldn't handle the fact that your dad and Tracy|have a child together, but that's not it.
|Something doesn't add up.
It would break Dad's heart|if he knew how we felt.
I know, but it would be worse|if we were right and we didn't act on it.
So what do we do? - Nice speech.
|- Yeah.
Listen, you and me,|we have such crazy history.
Don't worry,|I know you came for Adrianna, not me.
No.
What I mean is|that history connects us.
You know me|better than anyone else.
I need that.
Really? Yeah.
I'm going through some crazy stuff|right now.
Hey, guys, I wanted to introduce you|to my sponsor, Amy.
Hey, I'm Brenda.
- Kelly, nice to meet you.
|- Glad you could make it.
I actually wanna introduce them|to Hank.
Have you seen him anywhere? - Oh, Ade, I thought you'd heard.
|- Heard what? He found out he's HIV positive.
He started using again.
I'm really sorry.
Excuse me.
I can't believe he relapsed.
Who is Hank?|Is that your boyfriend? No, he's not my boyfriend.
We slept together a couple of times.
Have you been tested? No, I'm fine.
You need to get tested.
We'll both go with you, right? Right.
When they've warned you|And they cross you Just leave it to the Lord Have courage, don't worry Just leave it to the Lord He never sleeps Sees everything - Hey.
|- Hey.
- I'm glad you made it.
|- Me too.
Yeah.
Yeah.
This is amazing.
Was that Kobe inside? Yeah.
If he's in town,|he never misses Daddy's barbecues.
I gotta be honest.
I really didn't know that there was this many black people|in Beverly Hills.
Well, you just have to know|where to look.
I guess you're right.
- Let me guess.
You're Dixon.
|- Yes, sir.
I'm Franklin Whitney,|Christina's father.
I've heard a lot about you,|young man.
Well, nice to meet you, sir.
Christina tells me you're into music.
Yes, she's put me on|to a lot of great stuff.
- You play an instrument?|- No, but I love to sing.
You any good? You know,|I haven't had any complaints.
But then again,|I mostly sing in the shower.
Well, don't wait to be discovered.
If singing's what you love, - you make it happen.
|- Yeah.
Christina, baby, Dre's leaving.
- He wanted to say goodbye.
|- Okay.
- Dr.
Dre?|- Ph.
D.
Don't be a stranger, Dixon.
|Hope we'll see a lot more of you, right? Yes, sir.
- I'll be right back.
|- All right.
- Everywhere I go|- Everywhere - I'm gonna let it shine|- It's gonna shine - Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine|- Shine, shine, shine - Okay.
|- Deb, can we talk? Yeah, I think we should.
|Give me a minute.
Look, I've been doing|some research and I found a way we can take|a second mortgage out on the house.
Harry, I went to see the private|investigator that found Sean.
- Okay.
|- I'm sorry I went behind your back, but we're|in a pretty unusual situation here and I wanted to get some answers.
- Did the PI have any answers?|- No.
But, honey, doesn't it strike you as odd|that Sean shows up out of nowhere and asks us for money? No, Tracy found him.
|And he didn't ask us for money.
We offered.
Annie doesn't trust him.
Look, that's not about Sean.
That is about Naomi.
It's about Annie being a teenager and it is about jealousy.
|We went through this with Dixon.
- Harry|- Look, sweetheart, I know that this has been|a big adjustment for everybody.
But Sean is my son and I owe him.
Look, I know how you feel.
I do.
But I won't let you pay down your guilt|at the expense of Annie and Dixon.
Sean's as much my child|as Annie or Dixon.
He's not my child.
Okay.
So, what does that mean? You're saying that you don't care|about Sean? I don't feel the same away about him|that you do.
I think you're letting your guilt|cloud your judgment.
- My guilt?|- Yes.
Something's not right here.
Sean.
What happened? You okay? The guys my dad owed.
They found me.
- I'm calling the cops.
|- No, no, please.
These aren't guys who let people|call the cops and get away with it.
This isn't y'all's problem.
I'm so sorry.
I'll be gone in the morning.
- No, Sean|- It's the only way.
We will get the money somehow.
Don't worry.
Al Elmore Investigations.
Hello? Why do they always have|the ugliest art in waiting rooms? Right? And they're all the same.
|They must have a catalog.
I am such an idiot.
There is so much I wanted|to do with my life now that I'm clean.
Hey, listen to me.
|We don't know anything yet.
Adrianna Tate-Duncan? Yes.
Your HIV test is negative.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God,|that is the best news ever.
Thank you so much.
Oh, my God.
But there's something else.
- What?|- When we ran your blood work, it turns out you're pregnant.
No.
You should see your gynecologist|to discuss your options.
I can't be pregnant.
- I'm only 16.
|- Okay.
Look, I know you're freaking out|right now, but let's just take this|one step at a time, right, Brenda? I have to go.
I'm sorry.
Brenda? I can't tell my mom.
|My mom is gonna kill me.
I will help you talk to her, sweetie.
I don't even know where Hank is.
We will find him.
He may not even be the father.
I slept with a lot of guys|when I was using.
What's Navid gonna think? He's gonna hate me.
- No.
|- He's gonna totally hate me.
This can't be happening.
This No, this isn't happening.
Come here.
Come here.
|It's gonna be okay.
I can't take it.
All right, Tracy, let's meet here|in the morning and figure out how much|we can pull together.
Yeah.
Dad, look.
Please, listen to me Annie, I don't have time|for this right now.
Mom, look, the last five calls|that Sean received were from Al Elmore, the PI.
- Why would they be in touch?|- Wait.
What are you doing going through|his things? First, you go to a PI,|then you invade a man's privacy.
- Annie, what's going on with you?|- I'm scared, Dad.
I know how much Sean|means to you and I'm really scared that|you're never gonna forgive me for this, but I'm more scared|that something is not right.
And you agree with her? We don't think Sean|is who he says he is.
Give us the same benefit of the doubt|you give him.
What do you want me to do? Ask him to take a paternity test.
Please? Sean is my son.
I know it.
|I can feel it in my guts, in my bones.
But if that's what you need me to do,|I'll do it.
You shock me.
- And live rejoicing|- And live rejoicing, yeah Every day - Here you go.
|- Thank you.
So, Daddy really liked you.
You should come to dinner|next week.
Look, Christina, you're amazing and I'm very grateful|that you invited me here and introduced me|to this whole world.
But the thing is I have a girlfriend.
I know, so do I.
- Wait.
What?|- Tiffany, that cute soprano.
Did you think|I was making a move on you? No.
No.
I'm just surprised that I've had boyfriends too.
But I'm not interested in you|in that way.
I just invited you here|because I thought you'd like it.
No, no, no, I do.
L This is amazing.
Well, you're welcome anytime.
|Silver too.
If it wouldn't ruin her street cred|to hang out with a cheerleader.
No, not at all.
- Oh, happy day|- Oh, happy, happy day - Oh, happy day|- Happy day Oh, happy day What the hell is wrong with you? How could you leave Adrianna|at the clinic like that? That's pretty low, Brenda,|even for you.
Kel, I I can't have kids.
What? I had fibroids removed a while ago|and there were complications and kids are not an option for me.
Wow, I'm sorry.
You know, when I first heard, I thought, "It's not the end|of the world.
" But then somehow,|when I heard that Adrianna, who wasn't even trying|and doesn't even want it, is pregnant I'm pathetic.
|I'm jealous of a 16-year-old girl.
You're not pathetic.
You're a pain in the ass,|but you're not pathetic.
- I didn't even know you wanted kids.
|- I didn't.
I mean, I figured|that I would in the future, but, man, I hate it when people tell me|I can't do something.
That's the Brenda I know and love.
You know, I didn't think|I could have kids either.
But medicine is changing|all the time.
I'm kind of ready now.
So, I'm thinking of adopting.
Bre Wow.
I think that's a great idea.
And I would really like you|in my life for that.
I'm not going anywhere.
Hey, you made it.
Cool party, huh? You want me to introduce you|to Denzel? Why would you lie to me about this? - Are you into Christina?|- No.
Look, I apologize.
|I shouldn't have lied to you.
And I'm not into Christina|and she's not into me.
Trust me.
But I didn't know how to talk|to you about all of this.
All what? This.
I'm a black kid in a white family.
So there's this whole other culture|I've never experienced.
Then Christina came along and she's exposed me|to some really amazing things.
But I know you hate her.
Okay, well,|hate is a very strong word.
Loathe and detest, yeah, maybe.
Look.
You're the girl I wanna be with.
All right? If you want me to end my friendship|with Christina No.
No.
I guess the fact that she can|do something for you that I can't, well, it makes me kind of jealous.
And that's so not me|and totally lame.
No, no.
Actually, I find that flattering.
Okay.
But you have|to do one thing for me.
All right, all right, I promise.
|I won't lie to you again.
No.
Introduce me to Denzel.
Oh, right, yeah.
He's right over here.
Sean.
Hey.
- How's the eye?|- Oh, it's okay.
I come from hardy stock.
We're gonna|get that money together.
Thank you, Harry.
|That's beyond generous.
I'll pay you back.
I swear to you.
Just one catch.
I need you|to take a paternity test first.
And I'm sorry.
Believe me,|I know what the results are gonna be.
Harry, please, that's a lot of money.
I'd ask the same thing|if I was in your shoes.
Of course, I'll do it.
I knew you would.
You know what? I'm not gonna let anything|happen to you.
All right? Everybody, can I have your attention|for a minute? I'm so glad you're all here.
I'm reminded on these days of the many things|I have to be thankful for.
My family, good friends, beautiful, beautiful music.
So please, join me and reflect|on all the things you have to be thankful for in your own lives.
Hear, hear.
You know "Amazing Grace"? Yeah.
Why? Consider yourself discovered.
Amazing grace|How sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me I once was lost, but now I'm found Oh, was blind, but now I see So, I'm taking a paternity test|in the morning.
I'm surprised Harry needed|that kind of proof, but I guess not everyone trusts me.
I thought you, Annie, out of all people,|would understand.
Understand what? You move from Kansas|to this perfect life in Beverly Hills.
You just had it handed to you.
Not everybody gets that chance.
Not everyone gets to take|what isn't theirs either.
Good night, Annie.
Sean? Hey.
Sean, you? Sean? He cleared his stuff out.
He's gone.
What do you mean he's gone? He can't be gone.
- He's gone.
|- He wasn't our son.
No, I would know my own son.
I would know if he was my son.
Tracy.
He wasn't our son.
I'm so sorry, Tracy.
Is this some kind of sick joke? No joke.
Scammed all of us.
|Just wanted money.
Okay, but if he is not our son,|then who was he? I don't know.
Called the PI.
|His phone had been disconnected.
They were probably|working together.
Oh, my God.
Mom? - Mom?|- No, I'm not doing this.
I'm not.
Look, you were right about Sean.
I have no idea|how I'll make this up to you.
It's okay.
Hey, Dixon.
|You wanna help me make breakfast? Yeah, sure.
Whatever.
Girls, if you need us,|we'll be in the kitchen.
Let's make some pancakes.
Pancakes, my favorite.
- You okay?|- Right.
You insane? I know.
I know.
It's such a shock.
I'm still trying|to wrap my head around it.
But, you know, maybe we can take|something good from this.
With everything|that's going on right now, I mean, maybe me and you|can just finally call a truce.
How do you keep managing|to cause my family so much pain? - Me?|- My mom had a son.
I had a brother.
He was not our brother.
I mean, at least he left before both|our families were taken in by his scam.
Your family.
Sean came to our house last night|and Mom gave him the money.
Wait.
What? I thought she didn't have it.
She didn't have it, Annie.
She called Dad and gave up some|of her demands in the divorce so he would give her the money|and she gave it to Sean.
I am so sorry.
I did not know.
Get away from me.
This is your fault.
Hey, Dad.
I'm so sorry.
No.
No, I'm sorry.
I guess I should have trusted you.
Look, Daddy,|I never wanted you to feel like this.
Oh, I know, sweetheart.
I love you, Daddy.