Crazy Enough (2012) Movie Script

Make a wish.
Smells like lavender.
Hello, it's...
It's Fred.
What's going on, mulberry?
Oh, hi.
Mr. Philbrook.
Hi. Oh, you called
at a perfect time.
Stop talking, Fred.
I don't have time to chat.
Are you going to the Fitzpatrick
today or not?
Oh, I...
Yes, today.
I need you to head out
to the Fitzpatrick
to sign
some very important papers.
Is there...
Is my...
You remember
my lovely wife Lorna.
She's got a big day today,
and it's, uh...
She's starting her own business,
and it's her first day.
She's got a big order.
Fred, you're going
to the Fitzpatrick.
There are no other options.
The papers will be
at the front desk.
Ahh! No! No.
Good morning.
Hey, buddy, how are you?
Hi. Hi, honey.
What's up with the suit?
Um... uh...
I thought that it
is a beautiful morning,
and I thought,
"why not put it on?"
We're packing 20 cases
of starvalicious bars.
Jeans are fine.
Rose, Freddie, finish up.
Get your homework.
We're leaving in five minutes.
I'm not done eating,
and I'm starving.
I'm done... these eggs
smell like chicken butt.
Hey, that's mom's food.
Kind of like you.
Not today.
Don't start.
This is gonna be a big day
for your mom.
Big day.
Honey, I have to go somewhere
very quickly,
like, for five minutes,
and I'll be right back.
Are you kidding me?
You said you would help.
Now, please help.
I know. I know.
Philbrook called, like,
literally a minute ago,
and, uh, he wants me
to just go by somewhere
and sign something very quickly.
Well, you know what?
Just have Lisa run them by.
I know, right?
That would be great.
I can't.
It's the mental institution.
The Fitzpatrick.
Yeah, so...
The crazy house,
halfway across the state?
Halfway, okay.
Two hours, yeah.
No, no.
I'm coming right back.
Two hours.
Not okay.
Honey, you know
that philbrook is...
He's, like, five...
He's, like, inches away
from becoming governor.
You know that,
and when that happens,
this family's turning around.
Like, we're going uptown.
Could you buy me an ant farm?
I'm... shh. Quiet.
We're not buying you anything.
You know me.
Take the kids with you,
drop them off at school,
then come back and help.
Okay, that's a great idea.
Is there any way I could do that
without the kid part?
Okay, let's go.
I call shotgun!
You don't get shotgun.
You're younger.
Not if I get there first.
Uh-uh, you're not
gonna get there first, though!
I don't know what you're
saying when your mouth is full.
I love you so much.
This is Greene.
Oh, hello, Mr. Philbrook.
How's the campaign trail going?
Cut the crap, Greene.
Now, listen, Dr. Mulberry's
on his way over as we speak.
Just have the papers marked,
waiting at the front desk.
Uh, should I meet him
and explain?
The less he knows, the better.
Why do you have a bag
hanging in your car?
Can I just take it down?
Mm, sweetie, no.
I'd rather you not, okay?
And it's there for...
Preparational reasons.
If you're at a place
in your life...
Where you just want to...
Oh, my gosh.
What's going on?
Oh, that's...
You know, vol... let's...
We can react without the volume.
What is...
Leave it alone.
It's my science project.
It's disgusting!
What is it?
So's your face.
Okay, hey. Hey!
No, we're not going there.
All right?
Don't make me be officer.
Officer of what?
Of... the sit... that...
The situation
that just happened.
I don't know
what you're talking about.
Hey, Colin, Rose is here.
Shut up!
Oh, my god, I hate you.
You ruin my life.
Hey, Dr. Mulberry.
I'm starting
to play football now.
I don't think
that's physically possible.
Oh, my god, dad.
You are so rude.
You don't have to date
the first person
that talks to you.
You deserve...
You deserve better.
Oh, and you deserve
to sleep in the guest house.
Oh, wait, you already do.
My daughter... my daughter
just said that to me!
My daughter...
Said that to me.
My daughter
just said that to me.
That was so rude.
My daughter.
Well, it's Friday,
so I need to start processing
Dolores's release.
She's not being released.
Sir, I know how you feel
about this.
But Dolores turns 18 today,
and her father can't
store her here any longer.
No release.
There's a doctor on his way
right now
to sign some papers
to keep her here.
With all due respect...
I appreciate the respect,
but the feeling's
not mutual right now.
Dolores is a danger to herself
and everybody else
in this institution.
She's staying put.
But, sir,
we can't keep her here.
"We" aren't keeping her here.
I'm keeping her here.
Drop this folder
on your way out, please.
Nurse Nancy.
It's... it's Teddy.
I can't find him anywhere.
I've looked in the rec room,
in... in the cafeteria,
in the gym.
Well, here comes Dolores.
I'm sure she knows.
Well, would you look at that?
That is so pretty, Dolores.
Teddy made it for me
as a going-away present.
But, um, are those
my release papers?
No, but Mr. Greene
is handling that.
Have you seen Teddy
this morning?
Um... sure haven't.
But with family day
and me leaving,
he's probably a little frazzled.
Should I go ask Mr. Greene
for my papers?
That won't be necessary.
I'm sure he'll come to you
when they're ready.
Okay, well, um,
I'm gonna Miss you, big John.
I'm gonna Miss you too, Nancy.
You're tough, but you've
always been honest to me.
Thanks, Dolores.
It means a lot.
Well, uh, see ya.
Wouldn't wanna be ya.
I need you to stop off
and get some groceries,
so write this down
because I know you'll forget.
Okay, yeah, well,
I'll just write it down.
I need...
All right.
10 pounds of organic,
fat-free vegetable spread...
And 30 pounds of raw oats.
Of course!
Oh, yeah.
I need 20 pounds
of organic almonds.
Here again someday
the more I Miss you,
the more I
Oh, come on!
Oh, my god.
Well, thanks for all your help,
I found Teddy.
Perhaps next time,
you can let me know
when you let a patient
walk up out of here
and drive off on a tractor.
To the Philbrooks,
family means everything.
I go to the same church,
root for the same football team,
and kiss the same woman
each night before prayers.
Thank you.
Let's go, Teddy.
My name is Phineas philbrook.
Let's go.
And I want to be
the next governor of Oklahoma.
Good, and I'm assuming he paid?
Good. Oh, hang on
just a second.
Can I help you?
Oh, god.
I'm Dr. Mulberry.
I'm here to sign some papers.
Oh, um, yeah.
Yeah, sorry about that.
Yeah, I'm here.
Everything's fine.
Okay, so tell me about it.
Yeah, just a second.
Yes, I want to hear
all about it.
Of course.
So you're gonna go out
with him again? Thanks.
Thank you.
Sorry. Excuse me.
Do you think I could dry off
with a towel or...
Anything laying around
or something?
Um, that's not gonna work,
is it?
Probably not, I was just
gonna say probably not.
Sorry, do you have, like,
a bathroom or...
I don't know.
I'm just a temp.
Shower or something?
Um, you know, actually,
right down there,
there's a women's locker room.
So maybe there's a men's too?
Yeah. Yeah, yeah.
Hang on a second.
I have to buzz you in, so...
You're so kind.
Yeah, this place
is kind of bizarre.
Look, I know family days
are hard for you,
but you got a family, Teddy.
Everybody here is a part
of your family.
I have to go to the bathroom.
I know.
We'll do it in a minute.
I really have to go.
Ohh, I have to go now.
I know.
Come on, we're coming.
Stop that.
Have you seen Dolores?
'Cause I need to tell her
the news.
I did.
Excuse me?
Nathan and I went
on the online machine
'cause she's so happy
to get out,
and we went
to go find her father.
Look, her father
is none of your business.
And what are you doing
on the online machine?
Mr. Greene,
all the patients...
Look, I'm not even
talking to you.
Why are you looking
for her father?
I gotta go.
I gotta go now.
Okay, you can go in a minute.
Let me tell you something,
you nut case.
You stay away from Dolores.
You got me?
Mr. Greene.
I have to go
to the bathroom so bad.
There's a locker room
right over there.
You got two minutes.
I have to go.
You got two minutes.
Okay, Teddy,
you got your two minutes.
Your time is up!
All right, Teddy, I'm comin' in!
Get out!
I want you out this instant!
Do you mind?
Now! Out!
What the...
Who do you think you are?
Wait, you can't just
walk in here.
Where is my phone?
Where are my clothes?
I want you dressed immediately!
These are not my clothes,
and your tone
is completely unacceptable.
I demand to speak
to your superior at once.
I am the superior.
Now get dressed!
Oh, I am sorry,
but your audacity
needs to be leashed!
I am already past
the level of outrage!
Orderlies, locker room, now!
Do not talk to me
like I'm some petite,
adolescent sheep dog!
I am a doctor!
I demand to see
my personal items at once.
What do you need?
Well, Teddy's decided
to pull one over on us.
Probably the stress.
Take him back to his room.
John, you stay outside his door
until we get him settled down.
Let's go, Teddy.
No, I... no.
No, no, no!
No! No!
Let go of me,
you incompetent beasts!
No, no!
Calm down, Teddy.
No! It's preposterous!
Calm down.
I am beside myself!
It's for your own good.
This is an outrage.
You are a fiend!
You are a roach!
Teddy, calm down!
Stupid oaf.
This is outrageous!
No! No!
You aren't even listening
or paying attention, you...
So, wait, if you met him
at your brother's wedding,
how do you know he's not, like,
a cousin or something?
You've got to be kidding me.
So wait, is this...
Is this the pilot,
or is this the playwright?
The bartender?
Dad there
and your grandma and stuff?
I don't know.
Maybe, like, four.
We're supposed to see each other
again on Tuesday,
but I'm not sure.
He doesn't make very good money.
Oh, my god.
Uh, hang on.
Excuse me.
Find everything okay?
Thank you.
I don't know.
Beautiful day.
People here are weird.
Yeah, probably not, though.
What are you doing?
Yeah, I can meet you there,
No! Oww, my...
My arm hair!
My... are you even listening?
Do you even know the level
of embarrassment
you're digging for yourself
right now?
Shut it!
That's it.
Now, you listen to me.
I know that you're a doctor.
But 20 minutes ago,
you were the groundskeeper.
And last week,
you were a salesman.
Now, we have supported
all of your career adventures,
but enough is enough.
You will not treat us
with disrespect!
So I suggest you mind
your manners, Teddy,
or else this will be
your last adventure.
Take him to his room.
How could you lie to me?
Dolores, calm down.
No! You're a liar!
You lied to me the whole time!
Go back to your room.
I am not!
What is this, a zoo?
I'm sick of this place!
You're a liar!
No, no!
Calm down.
You stupid animal trainer!
Ah, what the hell is this...
I'm sorry, there's no listing
for "what's the gel?"
Would you like to try
another destination?
Thank you.
Proceed to turn left
and head south on highway 131.
Go, go, go, go!
Aah! Aah!
No. No, no, no, no, no,
no, no, no, no!
No, open the door.
Open the door this...
What is this?
What's that?
You're not listening!
Listen to my mouth!
Can you hear?
Can't you hear anything?
Open this door!
Ow! God.
Agh! Oh!
Hello, Teddy!
Welcome back.
Uh, my name's not Ted.
It's Fred.
This is a nightmare.
I knew a Fred once.
Fred Henry, world war ii.
Bad times.
Bad times.
Poor boy, he fell in love
with a nurse,
but it could never work out.
Oh, psh.
You mean this Fred?
Is this the Fred
you're talking about?
Oh, don't be a silly goose.
That's a character in a book.
Are you feeling all right,
You seem a little out of sorts.
I'm not sure what's going on.
But I'm not supposed to be here.
You, um...
You might wanna
put on some clothes
'cause there's still
quite a draft in here.
Did I ever tell you
about the time
I entertained a small wager
on my abilities to go
around the world in 80 days?
Well, let's just say
it was quite an adventure.
Together with my...
My trusted valet Passepartout,
oh, my gosh, we did...
We did so many things
neither one of us
would ever have done
if we had not accepted
this challenge.
And, uh, we rode
on a hot air balloon...
You're not gonna
listen to me, are you?
Which was amazing...
You're just gonna
keep talking, right?
'Cause neither one of us had
ever done anything like that
and, uh, and had no training.
No... no real,
formal training.
And he was allergic
to wicker in the basket, so,
you know, that you ride in.
They're all made out of wicker,
and... and I don't
like heights.
I don't have many phobias,
but I just don't like heights.
Um, but, um...
Oh, and we rode on an elephant,
which was just so incredible.
I don't know
if you've ever done that.
They're very big and lumbering.
They lumber along,
and you look kind of...
And they feel like a crumb cake.
If you've ever touched
an elephant...
If you've ever gotten really,
you know,
close and personal
with an elephant,
it, um, it can be
quite an experience.
And, uh, in...
And your thighs start
to strengthen after a while.
Um, that's all I needed.
That's all I needed
to be satisfied.
I needed to ride an elephant
and, um, and...
And have stronger thighs.
Ah! Ah!
Hey, have you left yet?
Need you to stop off
at the crest foods on elm.
They have
the best organic selection.
You still have the list, right?
Okay, well, great.
Thank you.
Please hurry home.
I hope they have chocolate cake.
I love chocolate.
There was that time
at the chocolate factory.
Did I tell you about that one?
Yes, you told me
about the chocolate.
Oh, well, okay.
I'm very sorry, then.
You don't have to be sorry.
No, but it was interesting.
It was so fascinating 'cause...
It's all fascinating, isn't it?
Books are really fascinating.
It's so fascinating.
It's been a great time.
Really interesting.
Happy reading.
Lunch is this way.
Oh, no.
What are you doing?
George, go ahead
and go to lunch.
You know the way.
Put him down!
You need to settle down and act
like every other patient.
I am not one of your patients!
My name is
Dr. Frederick mulberry!
I am
a professional psychiatrist.
If you want to sort this out,
call my secretary.
Call my wife!
Okay, Teddy.
What's the number?
405-5... uh...
Now, just go to lunch!
I don't know the number!
I don't remember it!
Teddy, I've had enough!
Not everybody remembers
their own number!
Hey, Mr. Mulberry.
Need some help?
It's me, Colin.
Rose's friend?
I saw you when you dropped her
off at school today.
Colin! Right.
Colin. Ah.
Okay. Colin.
Well, the effort
doesn't make me go.
I'm gonna go anyway, so...
Yeah, I know.
Come on.
Where are we going anyway?
Right over here.
Going to lunch.
I like this tile.
What is it, Terra Cotta?
No, uh-uh.
You even know what that is?
I doubt it.
I don't know how much
of a pull you have here,
but, um...
When you guard...
But, um, I was, uh...
Thank you.
I just... if you can get me
out of here,
I would...
Really appreciate it.
And it's...
It's like, um,
it's amazing Karma
when you do good things
for other people.
Teddy, you already
know the rules.
What nurse Nancy says goes.
Order something.
Oh, my god.
Every... is it yellow day?
I'll have the...
I'll have the...
The corn.
Well, is that corn?
What is that?
Corn... cream of corn
or corn... corn...
The... the acorn doesn't fall
too far from the tree.
Okay, I'll have
some of the corn.
That corn there.
And some of it.
Not a lot.
And then, um, I'm just here
for... temporarily.
And, uh, all right,
I'll have, like, a bean.
But no more than that.
I don't want that.
And I would like...
You know what?
I'm just gonna have
some of the corn.
Definitely no cheese,
and I'll have...
That's exactly
what I didn't want.
Hey, Jason.
Load it up.
Oh, hey, hey.
Hi. Can... can you
get me out of here?
What is this, Fawlty towers?
Can I...
Hello? Mr. Magoo?
What is happening here?
Yeah, buddy.
Uh, all's well that ends well.
All right, Jason.
Uh, sir...
I wanted to ask you...
Do you think that maybe
I could take Rose
to the spring dance?
Well, have you asked her?
Not yet.
I was going to send her
a text later tonight.
Text? Why don't you
ask her in person?
Well, I only see her at school.
She's always
with her other friends.
Well, come over, uh,
come over for dinner tonight.
It's family dinner.
Come over.
We always have family dinner.
Great. I get off at 6:00.
I can head right over.
That's fantastic.
I have really horrible news.
You have horrible news?
Soon as I get out of here,
my wife's gonna kill me.
Wait, what?
All I was supposed to do
was duck in,
sign some papers,
and duck out... that was it.
Okay, uh, Teddy,
I really need you to listen.
They're not gonna let me
out of here.
Welcome to my world.
Okay, Teddy, I'm serious.
There's a doctor
that I don't even know
who came in and signed a form
to keep me in here.
Can I talk to you
for a minute, please?
Right now?
Okay. Yeah, sure.
Just a minute.
I'm sorry.
Let's go.
I'm comin', I'm comin'.
He is the man.
All right, so don't worry,
I'm not gonna... agh!
Listen, I thought I told you
to stay away from Dolores.
What are you...
What are you talking about?
Listen, if I ever catch you
talking to her again,
I will lock you up
in solitary confinement
the rest
of your natural-born life.
You got me?
Enjoy your lunch, buddy.
Cuando Te vas a la Cantina,
Me dices Que vas a la Iglesia.
Oh, oh.
No es la Verdad.
No es la Verdad.
O cuando dices
Que estas con tus amigos...
Can I try?
O cuando dices
Que estas con tus amig...
No es la Verdad.
Why doesn't this one work?
Can I try this one?
Bueno, otra mentira.
Ni nada me sorprende de ti.
Can I just try this one?
Ni nada me sorprende de ti.
Yo sabia Que eso iba a pasar.
I just wanted to try one.
Cash or credit?
Ay, Como eres estupido!
What is taking you so long?
Oh, I didn't even know
I was taking long.
Am I taking...
Is this long?
On your way home,
I need you to stop
and get Freddie from school.
he's in trouble again.
I don't have time
to deal with this today.
What about this?
What if I go outside
of the supermarket,
I get in the car,
and I put my seatbelt on,
and I got that thing
that's not really a key,
but it looks like a key,
and then it starts,
and then we'll go,
and I will go get him
at... where am I going?
At St. Mary's,
where you went this morning?
Okay, bye.
Is that a hospital? Hello?
Oh, now you ready?
I'm ready.
I was ready when I got here.
Where am I going? I don't...
Your money.
Tengo una linea.
Oh, my money, yeah, yeah.
Okay, it's not...
That time was my fault.
The other stuff was your fault
'cause I don't know
what you're saying.
'Cause I...
Do you speak Spanish?
Bueno. Ciao.
2 is 30... 34, 35.
37 beans.
37 beans,
I-i-i can't divide by two.
Can't to 37 by 2.
That's a fraction.
That's a fraction of a bean.
That's .5, .5 beans.
7. Th-Th... 37.
I have 37.
Means I need two piles
of 37 beans.
You should try getting a point
across to the mad hatter.
He can go on for days and days
and say nothing!
Dang it, Bert.
You are so lucky
my Moorish friend is not here,
or... aah!
Oh, thank you.
Well, that... that's better.
Have either of you guys
tried to escape?
Are you trying to be funny
or something?
We've helped you here
a ton of times.
14. 14 times.
We've escaped 14.
14 times.
Would you try it again?
Uh, we're gonna need
more spoons.
Ah. One. One.
49 spoons.
We escaped...
Oh, 48, 48.
Ned... Ned...
Ned has one.
One and one.
We need 48.
48 spoons.
We're out of here.
Minus two.
I just happened
to overhear your dilemma.
Do you work here?
So you believe me, then?
I do.
we can't talk here.
There's too many eyes.
I'll make contact with you later
in the rec room.
they're always watching.
You have reached
your destination.
Thank you very much!
Dad, it wasn't my fault.
Carter dumped them out on Bella.
I tried to get them back
from there,
but it went south from there.
Aren't you gonna yell at me?
But it wasn't your fault!
Are you setting me up?
You want some ice cream?
I prefer orange leaf.
Did you get hit in the head?
I gotta get my frogs!
Hello, Teddy!
I'm not going anywhere.
Don't you lie to me.
I will light you up
with 50,000 volts.
Do you know what 50,000 volts
does to somebody?
It'll make you start smokin',
and I'll have you smokin'
all night long.
Now, where were you?
I haven't, uh...
I'm... I'm...
I haven't been anywhere, or...
Walking around...
I told you
to leave Dolores alone.
I don't even know
where Dolores is!
Come on! Come on.
I don't know where Dolores...
Honey, I'm home!
Where have you been?
Is this yogurt?
He gets in trouble at school,
and you take him for yogurt?
He didn't get in trouble.
There was... the principal
said he wasn't in trouble.
Why are you being so Weir...
What is all this?
Fred, what is this?
It's what I got on the list.
It was on the list.
No... no, it's not.
No, on...
I shouldn't have trusted you.
I should have known better.
I-I don't know.
Oh, please.
Let's not be silly.
Just stay right here,
and I will be right back.
I'm taking this with me.
I got the...
Wow, you really blew that one.
Teddy, wake up.
Teddy, come on.
Wake up.
Teddy, wake up.
I need to talk to you.
Teddy, look.
I know that things
have been difficult for you.
And I know that Greene
has been tough on you too.
I know you don't deserve
to be in this room,
but I can't be with you
every second of the day.
I need you to settle down.
Come on, now, you settle down,
or else he's gonna
make me medicate you.
Oh, my god.
And I don't wanna do that.
I'm a doctor.
I know you're a doctor.
Come on, settle down,
and I'll take your jacket off,
and you can go ahead and eat.
Peanut butter
and jelly
It's ready!
Meatballs and spaghetti
here are the eggs!
The bees and honey
go together like you and me
you told me that we... aah!
That's a waste.
There are people starving
in China.
Mom is gonna kill you guys.
What are you doing?
Have some fun.
We're cooking a meal!
We're making dinner.
Uh, yeah, why?
'Cause we don't have
sit-down dinners and nice...
We don't?
No, we don't, actually.
Well, Colin's coming over.
What? Who?
Why are you...
'Cause he's your boyfriend!
No, he's not!
Why would you invite Colin over?
I'm home!
Come help me.
Ooh. Come help me
with the groceries, please.
What... are you doing?
We were just cooking dinner.
Minus cookies.
That's... that's correct.
We were doing that.
You ruined my order.
No! No, mom!
Mom, my life is ruined.
My life.
They invited Colin over.
Colin, mom, Colin.
Are you...
Are you listening to me?
He invited Colin.
I'm sorry.
Okay. Ooh!
I'm dead.
Clean up this mess.
And get some food
we can actually eat.
And you,
Mr. Co-conspirator,
you come with me, you help me
get these groceries.
No laughing!
Told ya so.
Just stop it.
I can't afford to have
my ears bleeding anymore.
I need them to hear, all right?
I need to think.
You're wearing that?
I just... I think it'll be
a little hard to practice
with... with that, uh...
I guess you just might
have to play without me.
Oh, uh, well...
Well, all right,
but it's just...
It won't be the same.
You know, it's like
we're, uh, breaking up
before we even have a hit,
uh, you know?
So maybe... maybe you could,
uh, reconsider.
Maybe you could...
Y... no, you just...
You just don't stop.
You don't stop, you just...
You can stop.
You can stop talking.
Right now, I'm feeling a
little bit like Paul McCartney,
and you're like John Lennon,
and we're on the roof,
and the police are on their way.
That's a let it be reference!
Oh, that's so smart!
Uh, okay, well, you know...
Do I look like I want
to hear this right now?
Oh, god, just go, go, go.
Go, go, go.
I'm gonna go, and then,
you know,
just when you feel up to it...
We'll get the band going,
I'm sure it will work out.
I feel good about that.
Come on, Bert, let's go.
Oh, look, an Asian!
Hey, it's Yoko.
Oh, my god!
Oh, my god.
Where did you come from?
Where did that...
Let's stay on point.
I've been over your situation.
I think I can help you
get out of here.
Wait a minute, what...
What are you...
Are you talking about tonight?
Tonight will do just fine, yes.
But they're watching you.
They are always watching you.
Are they watching...
Are they watching me,
or are they watching everybody?
It could be any of them.
There's no telling
who they're paying off.
You mean they're paying their
patients to spy on each other?
Of course they are.
Tonight, then.
The south corridor.
Just after lights out.
Tell no one.
I won't.
I'm not gonna tell anybody.
No one.
God, that guy
looks like he should be
in the kings of Leon.
Aww, Hannibal,
they put you in a diaper.
Because, uh...
Well, you know,
I poop through my pores.
That's why they call me
the Pore Pooper.
I'm sorry.
It's all right.
I'm sorry
they locked you up in here.
Well, maybe they're right.
Maybe I do belong in here.
Why would you think that?
Because... my mom
couldn't handle life,
so guess I can't either.
Your mom is your mom.
You... are you.
Does that make sense?
You're probably right.
Well, do you want
to help me hang these posters?
Yeah, because this
is good timing.
I think it is.
I can stick my tape
between your arms.
That's a good idea,
but you might be...
You know, just watch out
'cause I might drop it
'cause I have...
I have poop slippage.
This is so good.
Should we say grace or...
Should we pray?
I think we should pray.
Dear god.
I want to thank you
and Jesus...
And Mary and...
Zeus and... Krishna
and other...
It's not just you guys.
There's a lot of people
watching this.
There's the Kabalas
and Buddha.
Um... the explorers,
like Dora and Gollum
Ike and Tina Turner.
Pecos bill.
Um, coldplay.
That song, yellow,
Makes me sick.
And thank you for allowing us
to help conceive this one,
the little one over there
across the table
and the other one, the...
The daughter,
and... the Chinese
that brought this food here
and slaved away
and built an empire,
just to make this plate,
for us to enjoy
or savor in our mouths,
our palates.
Okay, well, I think that's it.
God bless us all.
Merry Christmas.
And... I love you.
I have to go make
another batch of granola.
You guys just
go ahead and start.
You want me to go with you?
No, no.
You stay here. Eat.
I love you so much.
We're your family here.
We don't do this stuff
to hurt you.
Turn around.
It's to protect you.
You know that, right?
I'm gonna leave this door
just in case you get upset.
Don't do nothin' stupid.
All right, good night.
Are you going out?
Well, yeah, um...
Apparently Tom, uh, Sawyer
is, uh, having
some problems upstream
on the river,
and, uh, well, Huck
is out of town with Becky.
It's a real mess, so I gotta go.
Oh, that's terrible.
Do you... do you think
I ought to help?
Uh, no, 'cause, uh...
Jim's coming by.
Really? Oh!
Jim is such a hoot.
I-I-i, oh,
I so enjoy seeing him.
He's really, really very funny,
I remember.
But here...
See, here's the thing.
You gotta be quiet.
Otherwise, Jim's not coming by.
You know Jim.
Oh, you're darn tootin'
I know Jim.
Oh, my god!
What are you doing?
Where did you come from?
You come here to chit-chat
or you wanna get out of here?
I need some answers.
What kind of answers?
I need to know
where the filing room is.
The file room?
That would involve
getting past the dogs.
Armed guards.
Laser beams.
I thought this was
a minimum-security facility.
That's what they want you
to think.
Fortunately for you, I have maps
of the entire facility.
These aren't gonna work.
Why not? They're maps.
I know they're maps.
They look like they were
drawn up by rain man and Charlie
and they all got together
and did this mess.
That's what they
want you to think.
Who wants me to think that?
I think this is...
Looks like a...
How to win angry birds.
Or what is this,
being John Malkovich?
That's what that looks like.
Well, then, maybe I'll just
save them for someone else.
There's lots of people
who'd like to get
their hands on these gems.
Please do!
That's your life.
It's none of my business.
Where do I go?
Where? Commit.
Oh, my god.
That way?
This way.
Good night, Joyce.
Please leave people's
staplers alone.
Thank you.
Kitty cat town,
kitty cat
Kitty cat town,
kitty cats like to say meow
Kitty cat,
kitty cat town
Where kitty cats go
when they wanna play around
Kitties at the circus
with the kitty cat clowns
And when the kitties laugh
they go, meow, meow, meow
Kitty cat, kitty cat town,
kitty cat
Kitty cat,
kitty cat town
Kitty cat,
kitty cat town
Kitty cats
like to say meow
Kitty cat
There's no dogs allowed
And kitty fell down
kitty bumped his head
Kitty cat,
kitty cat town
Kitty cat,
kitty cat town
kitty cat, kitty cat town
kitty cats
like to say meow
Oh, think of the number.
Hey, Lorna.
How's the granola business
Oh, it's great.
How are you all?
Pretty good.
I got it!
I'll get it.
I'm gonna...
I'll be right back.
I'm gon... I'm gonna
get the phone.
Answer it.
So I got it.
I got it!
Honey, it's me.
It's Fred.
I'm... I'm trapped
in the Fitzpatrick
mental health facility.
Lorna, honey, I need you
to call a woman
by the name of nurse Nancy
and tell her who I am.
They set me up
to keep a girl here.
Her name is Dolores,
and I think there's a connection
with Mr. Philbrook.
I gotta go.
What are you doing?
Message deleted.
Um, playing.
Having a good time.
Hi, we're not home.
Uh, will you clean that up
so we can start packing?
That order has to go out
tomorrow afternoon.
Doesn't it?
Ohh! Hey!
What am I doing here?
Hey, I'm sleepwalking.
Nice try.
But you know
what strike three means.
No. Wait...
Getting out?
You wish.
Come on, Teddy.
I have to hand it to you.
You are probably
the fastest packer
I have ever seen.
I really appreciate your help.
I really, really appreciate it.
You smell different.
Did you change your aftershave
or something?
When did you...
When did you switch sides?
No, your hair...
I guess I didn't notice that.
Um... okay.
Good night.
You can say good night
to the kids,
but, um...
I still need you to sleep
in the guest house.
Go away.
Fighting the summer
on a train wreck
Hey, Rose.
it's me.
Looking forward to find
some gorilla give
Your dad.
Singing songs about
fortunes and forgottens
That made me and you
have stolen my heart
I'm sorry about Colin.
The sad thing is
you can take it
I didn't know.
I didn't know.
Okay, good night.
San Francisco dreams
bye, dad!
'Cause it cuts
at the seams
Oh, hey!
Hi, dad.
How much fun was that?
Oh, the food fight?
Yeah, the food fight.
That was awesome.
So good.
Oh, look at this.
It's so cool.
Ew, what is that?
It's Pluto.
Kind of looks like
a giant booger, doesn't it?
Yeah. Ah-choo!
Ohh, sorry.
Dad, that's...
What's going on here?
Oh, this is my magnet.
Super-powered magnet.
Looks like a bomb.
It's not a bomb.
You're a scientist,
you should know
that this is not a bomb.
Yeah, but...
Look at you.
So what do you want to be
when you grow up?
I mean, you could be anything.
Yeah, I kind of want
to be like you.
You want to be like me?
You... want to be
like me?
A psychiatrist.
But I don't think I can take
talking to crazy people
every day.
I might catch the looney bug
and go all crazy.
But maybe after school,
I could start
coming up to your office.
That'd be fun.
Maybe I'll get some food
and we could...
Do that again.
That was fun.
All right, you better
get some sleep.
That scares me.
Okay, bye!
It's not a bomb.
I know it's not a bomb!
You're crazy!
If you mess with the bull,
you're gonna get the horns.
Don't worry.
I'm here for you, Teddy.
And Atticus Finch
always keeps his word.
Hey, dad.
Oh! Ohh.
You can't do that, okay?
'Cause of my heart.
I might get a murmur
or something, all right?
Just be careful.
I'm sorry, I just need
your help with something.
It's okay. Okay?
Um, I can't do it.
'Cause I gotta go.
All right?
But we'll play later.
Yeah, but there's
a solar eclipse.
There is?
I like those.
Yeah, so we need to go
to the sailing club.
It's the best view in town,
just like you always say.
I can't.
We'll do it later, okay?
There's lots of solar things
happening every day.
All right?
See you, buddy.
Well, thanks for your support.
You're welcome.
Well, this is great.
Hey, Rose, do you wanna...
Wait, wait, wait.
Hey, daddy.
Can I go riding with Dillon?
Uh... who?
The guy I actually like.
The... uh, yes.
I think so.
I think so.
What did your mom say?
Oh, she said to ask you.
She did?
Okay, then, yeah.
Thank you, daddy!
Ah, okay.
What's burning?
What's burning?
You all right?
I must have fallen asleep.
Where is everyone?
What time is it?
It's only nine.
I can't believe Fred
let me sleep this late.
He knows how much work
we have to do.
Look, mom,
I need help with something.
There's a solar eclipse,
and I need to...
Honey, I have this huge order
I have to get out.
If you need help,
just go ask your sister.
She's gone.
Well, then...
Ask your dad.
He's gone too!
Are you kidding?
I ask for one day's
worth of help,
and not a single person
in this family
can stick around to help me
pack these boxes.
Good morning.
Good morning.
How are you?
I'm good. How are you?
Have I seen you before?
Yes, you have.
You see me every morning.
Where's Vinny?
Vinny's sick... you know that.
He's got all those
diseases and stuff.
I'm taking his place.
Don't remember anything
about a replacement.
You don't remember a lot.
I've been here every day.
What's my name?
What is your name?
What is my name?
It's Genghis.
Why does your shirt say brown?
'Cause it's the color
that the shirt was originally.
Now it's blue.
I have to get to work.
What floor is philbrook on?
He's on the top one,
you little creep.
Oh, here we go.
I have to get to work.
I have to get to work.
Just go do your cleaning,
you little creep!
I will!
I will do my cleaning.
Good morning,
Mr. Philbrook.
Good morning, Mr. Philbrook.
Oh, good morning,
Mr. Philbrook.
Well, good morning.
How are you today?
I'm good now.
Well, you're looking good.
Thank you.
Hey, you!
What are you doing here?
My office is cleaned at night!
Que hora es?
Cinco de Mayo!
Damn immigrants.
What is the purpose
of this noise?
You're all crazy!
You're all crazy!
Ned, with your books,
and Elroy with your numbers.
Why don't you grow up?
Don't touch me, you pervert!
You're acting
like a little girl.
Oh, you're acting like a jerk.
Hey, just calm...
Hey. Hey, hey.
Get your hands off.
Hey! Don't you touch her.
You little punk.
What are you doing?
Listen to me.
Don't... look at me.
Do not touch my daughter.
Huh? Why don't you go home
and take a nap
with your little teletubbies,
you little whitehead.
Pizza face.
Huh? Whoa, whoa.
Don't touch me.
You little braces freak.
She has braces too.
Oh! Hey, shut it!
I heard that.
Go home! Go to your
little micronauts
and my little ponies!
My dad's gonna hear about this.
Oh, really?
You okay?
Are you okay?
I'm okay.
Are you okay?
Don't do that again.
Is he gone?
Yeah, he's gone.
Don't do that again.
Let's go inside.
I think I threw my back out.
Okay, dad, it's okay.
When I hit... went for him.
Yeah. Yes.
But just, you know, stick around
when that kind of stuff happens.
Okay. We're good.
What's with all the noise?
It was the, um...
Newspaper guy.
Mm, well, I was
starting to think you guys
would never come back.
But now that you are back,
you can help me carry
these boxes to the car.
Uh... uh... mm.
Where's dork face?
Um, you know, I don't know.
Will you go check
his room, please?
Thank you.
Well... you can go change.
And then... will you help
me carry these boxes?
Okay, you got it.
I love you.
Please go change.
You know that.
So weird.
It has been quiet
around here today.
I remember him saying
something about an eclipse.
Hey, Freddie's backpack
and telescope are gone.
So, phh, I don't know
what happened.
Where do you watch an eclipse?
Dad used to take him
to the sailing club.
Didn't you?
So he's probably there.
Well, you know,
we'll get this loaded
and go find him.
You know what?
Forget the bars.
Let's just go.
No, no, forget it.
Okay. I just think...
This is...
All right, okay.
Family. I know.
Yes, Mr. Philbrook?
Has anyone been in here
this morning?
I mean, other than
that cleaner guy?
No one that I know of.
All right, Anna.
Thank you.
this is Mr. Philbrook.
Upload the security tapes
from this morning
to my hard drive.
You all right?
No, I'm not all right.
You, on the other hand, act like
there's nothing going on.
What the...
What on earth are you doing?
Does anybody want to go next?
You want to go next?
Thank you.
Come again.
You missed.
Oh, can I still get a prize?
No, you can't get a prize.
Come on, Dolores,
just one small one.
Just a small...
The rules are the rules.
You can't get a prize
unless you get a shot.
My name is Dr. Mulberry.
I'm a psychiatrist.
I'm happy for you.
I... am not kidding.
I really am.
And I'm telling you this
because this is...
Because why?
Because I... I sort of...
Wait, Dr. Mulberry?
Why does that name
sound so familiar?
Because I did it.
I'm so sorry.
Wait... you signed me
in here.
Wait, why would you
sign me in here?
That's what I'm trying
to tell you.
Because it has something
to do with your father.
My father?
I don't even know him,
and you're telling me
he's the reason
I'm locked up in here?
I'm... yes, I'm...
Look, I'm so sorry, Dolores.
But you told me that I'm
not sick, don't you remember?
You told me that!
I know.
I believe you're not sick.
Of course you're not sick.
I just didn't know
all this other crap at the time.
Just... just stop talking.
No, no, no, just for...
No, I'm not going back there!
No, I don't want to
do it anymore!
Dolores, calm down.
Get away, Teddy.
What's going on here?
Look, she's having some kind
of a schizophrenic break here.
No, I am not!
Get back!
Get away from me.
Do not touch the patients,
Mr. Greene.
Look, she needs to be
in isolation right now.
What? You can't...
Now! John, get her outta here.
No! Stop it, please!
Get her out of here.
Get her out of here.
No! No, let me alone, please!
Listen, you better take care
of Teddy right now,
or I'm gonna do it myself.
Everybody, Dolores is okay.
Just go back
to what you were doing.
Come on, Teddy.
Come on.
I need to go with you.
I know, I need to go
check on Dolores.
Please take me with you.
I just need you to come
over here and sit down.
Please take me with you.
No, I can't take you with me.
Teddy, I can't take you with me.
Just sit down.
Please take me with you.
Teddy, I'm going to go
check on Dolores.
Just sit down.
I'll be right back.
No, no. No.
I need to... hi.
May I have this dance?
I'm sorry.
I apologize.
And what I did earlier...
I take full responsibility for.
And I don't know where I was at.
And I need your help.
Well, I couldn't stay mad at you
if I could forgive
that Willy Wonka.
And, believe me,
he had a temper.
Diabetic with a sweet tooth.
So what... so what...
You're still getting
out of here, right?
Yes, of course
I'm getting out of here.
So what's...
What's the plan?
I need to trust you.
Can I trust you on this?
Oh, yeah. Oh, yes.
You can trust...
I'm your roommate.
Teddy, you're my best friend.
You can trust me.
But I think we really ought
to include the guys.
Great, I'm fine with that.
All right, pay attention.
He breaks out tomorrow,
so we only have today to prep.
Everyone in?
Do not forget about
Dolores on this, okay?
We are bringing Dolores.
We just have to find a way
past Richard.
A bird in the hand
is worth two in the bush.
Oh, my god,
your breath is really...
It's really bad.
Okay, somebody, um...
Someone start this
and then just end it soon.
Do you know it?
No, no. One for...
One for all and all for one.
One! One!
Here we go.
Let's... go, go.
What are you doing?
Just... move, every...
Oh, my god.
Help! Help!
Oh, my...
Hold on, Freddie!
I'm comin' in!
Help, help!
Freddie, we're coming!
Your dad's com...
Dad! Dad!
Oh! Oh...
Dad! Dad!
Get out of the water!
Oh! Uhh!
Are you okay?
Yeah. Ouch, you're hurting...
Okay. Oh.
Fred, are you okay?
You okay?
Okay, now, pick up the rope
and... and throw it up here,
and we'll catch it.
One, two...
Oh, no!
Oh, we got it!
No, we got it!
We did it!
We got it!
Good job.
All right, here we go.
Ah. Okay.
I got it, I got it.
I'm helping.
Here, you need help?
I'm still coughing.
Oh. Oh, honey.
Hello, Lorna.
Mr. Philbrook.
How are you?
I need to speak to you.
Good luck.
What are you trying to pull?
I don't know what you're...
Breaking into my office.
I ought to have you arrested.
Mr. Philbrook...
Don't you get smart with me.
You're up to something.
I can tell.
Stay away
from my speech tomorrow.
I've given you everything
you've got,
and I can take it away,
just like that.
Good evening, Teddy.
Hi! Hello.
I wish I had my invisible cloak.
I don't know how I'm gonna take
all the books
we're gonna need
for this mission.
I don't know
how I'm gonna do it.
There's... there's...
We need every one
of these books on this bed.
Every single one of these books.
And we don't need
the whole books,
we just need like little
passages from some of them.
But every book on this bed
is gonna help us
to get to where we need to go,
and I...
I... I don't know
how I'm gonna do it.
And then I gotta
put clothes in here too.
'Cause I have to...
I can't wear the same thing
two days in a row.
I've got... I have to have
different clothing.
You know, if I had that
invisibility cloak,
this would be a moot point.
Can I come in?
Okay? Yeah?
Found a delivery service that
can take out the boxes tomorrow.
I know! It's great, isn't it?
That's... yes.
That's great!
It's good.
No, that's amazing.
Yeah! Yeah.
So that's good.
Um... are you good?
You were kind of quiet
at dinner, you know.
Little bit.
Yeah, it was just...
You know, I'm just...
Is everything okay
with Mr. Philbrook?
Are you sure?
Yeah, just, you know.
It's... it's fi...
You know.
He's not nice to me.
He's never nice to you.
And you just take it and you...
You know, I actually, I just...
I came out here to...
I, uh...
I always criticize you
for putting your work first,
in front of us and the kids,
and I didn't even know
that my son was gone.
Our son.
So, you know, I'm just gonna,
I don't know,
take a step back
or something and...
Put what's really... you know,
what really matters first,
which is the kids,
and... and you,
and our marriage.
What's left of our marriage.
You know?
If you want to come back
inside tonight...
The invite's open.
We have known this time
was coming
California called today
and there's a good job
for the takin'
My car's packed up,
my front seat's waitin'
And you're all that I want
from this town
Why is it so quiet in here?
I have something to tell you.
That's a little dramatic, but...
I'm not your husband.
So am I supposed to say...
Mom, he's...
He's not kidding.
That's not dad.
What, you think I don't
know my own husband?
I'm... I'm a patient
from the Fitzpatrick.
And I... I just, um...
I've always wanted a family.
I've always wanted a family.
So I just jumped...
At the chance
and I took it.
What'd you do to my husband?
He's okay.
He's okay?
He's fine.
He's fine.
You can't just
take someone's life.
It... uhh!
I know.
But he did, mom.
I mean, think about it.
We didn't notice for two days.
I mean...
That's a long time.
God, what have we done?
I don't know.
I'm sorry.
Don't, um...
I think the best thing
to do is to...
I guess call the facility
and a... ask for nurse Nancy.
She's the one
that I deal with the most.
And you could just ask her
what I'm supposed to do
or what to do next.
'Cause I don't really know.
Give me that ring.
Okay. Here.
It's not...
That's not mine.
What's the number?
I don't know.
I don't know.
I... I don't.
I-I live there, so I don't...
I don't remember.
Okay, come on.
Come on.
It's just a drop in the bucket.
It's just a drop in the bucket.
Good as gold!
All right.
Right there.
Hold it.
I am losing my mind.
Let's go!
What? Where?
Where are we going?
It's my fault that you're
stuck in here, okay?
But I'm getting you out.
Take my hand.
We're breaking out of here?
Yes, we're breaking out!
Uh, here.
Take my shoes.
I got 'em!
Not that one!
Take it!
I got 'em both!
6! Oh!
Hey, are you sure
this is the right place?
Agh! Hi.
Ah, come on.
This is the best of times.
This is the worst of times.
Yes! Yes, yes, yes.
You do realize those
are out of a maze book.
They might be just crazy enough.
Okay, this is happening.
This is really happening
right now!
No... let's put on
our positive hats.
No negativity.
Come on!
Hey, Dolores?
Dolores, I'm really sorry
about last...
Oh, gosh.
Oh, gosh.
Nur... nurse Nancy.
Nurse Nancy.
This better be important.
The... the patients.
They're not in their room.
I think they escaped,
I dropped my pills,
and they...
They're not in their room.
Well, check the rec room, okay?
They couldn't have
wandered too far.
Okay, okay, uh...
Wait a minute.
Is Dolores one
of the missing patients?
Yes, ma'am, she is.
Alert Richard,
and tell the rest of the staff
to be on alert.
Tell them to report a code 42.
42? Okay, okay.
All right, now what?
How do we get out of this?
Door number four.
I was in charge of the maps,
not the doors!
Number 4, 4-8-6...
Well, that was fun!
Best laid plans
of mice and men.
Which way did he go, George?
Not now!
Elroy, stop!
Put it in the...
Put it in the thing.
Okay, yeah.
All right.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
I got it, I got it.
Nice job, numbers!
Yeah, it's not
making sense to me.
It's not.
Not yet.
We don't do it yet.
God! All right.
Fine, whatever.
I'll go do it now.
Let's go unlock it.
Unlock the door.
Fine, I don't care.
Hold it right there!
Nice try, folks.
Nothing gets past
these eagle eyes.
Oh, yeah?
Look behind you.
What do you take me for,
an idiot?
Seriously, go back to your...
That was so useful!
I guess my years aboard
the Starship Enterprise
are really paying off.
Wait, that's a movie.
Yeah, wait a minute.
That's not a book.
And a TV series.
Oh, okay, well,
I didn't know about that.
Oh, it's so good.
You really...
You need to read this.
It'll change your life.
Really? Let... duh, duh!
This is not the time
to read anything.
Come on!
Red, yellow, blue.
I thought you knew
how to do this.
Well, I guess
I'm just a little rusty.
What do you mean
you're a little rusty?
You're hanging
on a steering wheel!
No, no, no.
I'm thinking, I-i-i...
You're thinking, and that's
why you're hanging on?
You're not doing anything.
Red, yellow, blue!
Why are you...
Why are you saying that?
Is that a flag or something?
Red, yellow, blue.
Get out of the way.
What is going on here?
Why are you not in...
Oh, my god, all right.
How did you do that?
Primary colors.
All right, everybody on!
Everybody get on.
Let's go, let's go.
Wait! Wait a minute!
Wait a minute!
Wait! This is our home.
You know, like, uh,
it's like in the wizard of oz.
the wind began to switch
the house, to pitch
We are family, all right?
I need your help!
I need your help!
Yo, dude, come on.
Just get on the...
Get off.
Get off of me.
Let's go, let's go!
Let's go, come on.
Come on.
Let's go, India.
What are you doing?
What are you doing?
This isn't Vietnam.
Let's go!
Where'd they go?
Where did they go?
Wait, they're coming!
Shut the doors.
Oh, my god.
Ha! Uhh!
Get out of the way.
Don't do this!
You all come down from there
right now,
this has gone on long enough!
Get out of the way, Shaq,
or I'll run over
your big momma's house!
Are you...
Nurse Nancy, are you okay?
Don't worry about me, you fool!
Go report a c-26.
A c... okay!
Mr. Greene?
It's Nancy.
There's been an incident.
And Dolores has escaped.
Dolores has escaped.
I think she's on her way
here now.
How could you let this happen?
Look, I had her in isolation.
You and those useless
better keep them away
from this press conference
or you're through.
Security team, be on the lookout
for a 17-year-old girl
with black hair.
She's probably surrounded
by a bunch of lunatics.
This is a code red.
Wait, here's a phone.
Sit down.
It's okay.
Fitzpatrick mental health.
This is nurse Nancy.
Oh, my god.
Teddy's where?
Then that means your husband
just drove off
with a truckload
of mental patients.
Hold on a second.
Someone's calling.
Oh, thank goodness, it's you.
It's him?
Is it dad?
Are you okay?
I love you.
I love you too!
You were right
about philbrook, and I-i...
I need your help.
Just tell us where to go.
We're in this together.
Teddy! Guys, come on.
Come on.
I'm sorry, Lorna.
I never meant to let
you and the kids down.
I'm sorry too, honey.
I love you.
I always have.
I just...
So did I.
Okay, if this parent trap
moment is over,
I'd still like
to take down philbrook.
I'm sorry, but I haven't
really kissed my husband
in almost a year.
I-I'm Fred.
I'm Dr. Frederick mulberry.
I always thought that...
That there
was something missing?
Me too.
You're so handsome.
That's what I tell her
every day.
I've always wanted a brother.
Let's go.
Can I have y'all come
to the stage, please?
If I become governor
of this great state...
All right, does everybody
have their part?
No, what about me?
Oh, no,
you stay with your sister.
It's too dangerous.
Actually, yeah.
No, no, no.
You guys go as a decoy
with Bert.
I'm Bert.
I am honored to be...
I am honored to be here.
Hey! Over here!
She's with the creeps!
No, she's with me!
Mulberry, what are you
doing here?
I told you to stay away.
I'm finished doing
what you tell me to do.
You're making a big mistake.
My mistake
was not putting my family first.
Clearly that
is not a concern for you.
Hey, mister,
can we have your autograph?
Here you go.
Thank you.
You got a pen already?
This conversation
is over, mulberry.
Fortunately for me,
it doesn't matter
what you think.
How about what I think...
Young lady, d-do I know you?
You're really going
to deny me again?
I don't know who you are.
She knows.
We all know.
My mother died because of you.
And you've had me locked up
in there for years.
You're my father.
How could you do that?
You can't prove that.
Oh, of course I can.
Well, come on.
Let's be reasonable.
I'm... I'm sure we can come
to some kind of, uh,
a financial resolution.
It's not about the money.
It's about the family.
I already had a family.
Your mother
tried to blackmail me.
I couldn't raise you and...
And my other family.
I'm out of here.
Ladies and gentlemen,
I'm really happy
to be here with you today,
and I want to announce what I...
What about family values?
It... it was all a mis...
Ladies and gentlemen, please...
It was a...
It was a mistake!
Honey! Honey!
Been waiting on this
for a long time.
It's time for a little
shock therapy.
Say hello to my little friend.
Now, come on, dear.
That woman is not my daughter.
Mulberry, you're through.
I'll see you in court.
So much for family values.
Are you all right?
Yeah. For the first time
in a long time.
Dr. Mulberry,
I am so sorry.
You're gonna have to find
yourself an attorney.
But it was a mistake.
I had no way of knowing.
Not for you.
I have a brother,
and I'm gonna make it official.
Well, the book says you...
Ah, to heck with the book.
Let's go tell Teddy
he's got a second family.
The closer here,
the further away
I'll meet you here
again someday
The more I Miss you,
the more I'll say
The lovely hours
pass and fade
I really thought
we had it made
Where have
these times gone?
Time goes on
We could fight crime
but take our time
we got in trouble
but stayed in line
I could tell it was destiny
with your hand in mine
The rusted, busted
guitar strings splinter
My heart is yours,
yes, you can enter
Spring, summer,
fall, or winter
The closer here,
the further away
I'll meet you here
again someday
The more I Miss you,
the more I'll say
The lovely hours
pass and fade
I really thought
we had it made
Where have
these times gone?
Time goes on
The closer here,
the further away
I'll meet you here
again someday
The more I Miss you,
the more I'll say
The closer here,
the further away
I'll meet you here
again someday
The more I Miss you,
the more I'll say
The lovely hours
pass and fade
I really thought
we had it made
Where have
these times gone?
Time goes on
closer to here,
further away
Time goes on
the more I Miss you,
the more I'll say
Time goes on
the lovely hours
pass and fade
I really thought
we had it made
Time goes on
where have
these times gone?
Time goes on