Dina (2017) Movie Script

[chattering indistinctly]
[sighing wearily]
[chattering indistinctly]
[Christina] Hi, Dina.
- Hi, you're Christina, right?
- Yes.
I was wondering,
I was talking to Lisa,
and I was like...
I'm like...
nervous of the unexpected.
Like, I don't mind the
needle and being drugged up,
but the thing, the cold piece
of instrument in my mouth.
Would it be
possible for you...
grab my hand
for the beginning or...
- [Christina] I... Okay [laughs]
- Okay.
I won't hurt you...
Yeah, I've heard
that before. [laughs]
You know what's
interesting, though, I...
This is the first time I've... In a
long time that I've had any like...
I swear I was sucking on a piece
of candy, and I was swallowing it
and somehow I crunched
some of it off.
- Right.
- Well, unexpected.
And, you know,
I have a bad habit,
I like sweets, and...
- Oh, okay.
- [Dina mumbling]
[Dina mumbling]
You're so wonderful.
Now, let me take this
out of here.
And then I'm gonna squirt
some more water in here.
[Dina] Mmm-hmm.
And rinse that off, please.
- Can you put your hand out for me?
- Yeah.
- Looking for a hand, huh?
- Mmm.
Hmm, we're almost
done here, Dina.
- Your daughter's name is Gianna?
- [Christina] Yes.
- That's pretty. It sounds Italian.
- Thank you.
- What are you gonna call her, Gia?
- We call her Gigi.
- Oh, okay.
- Yeah.
Well, speaking of
rainbow socks,
I found a rainbow kangaroo.
- Did you?
- Stuffed animal.
- [Christina] I just ordered a rainbow...
- Are you done rinsing?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
A rainbow sock monkey.
I should give you
one of my rainbow...
For your daughter.
[soft guitar music playing]
[woman humming]
So you guys aren't
working today?
- No.
- We were told to get a little vacation.
Tomorrow, we've got
a volleyball tournament
and we've got a
dance there too...
What kind of dance,
from volleyball?
It's just like a social group.
Oh. Is it the Rotary?
- [man] Yeah.
- [woman] Yeah...
Oh, what's that,
Christmas dance?
It's just a social dance.
So we have every...
every Saturday.
- Not every Saturday, but, um...
- That's awesome.
Each month.
Maybe sometime me and Scott will
come along with you and see...
I wanna join, um...
Um, if you do
come to the dance,
- the catch is five dollars.
- Okay.
It doesn't matter where it...
Or I have an idea.
Why don't we bring
the tray over here...
That's what I meant.
That's what,
exactly, what I meant.
I guess it's just
too complicated.
I don't know where
to put all this stuff.
Dina, here. I'll show you.
Dina, relax.
I'm trying to help you.
[Frank] Don't worry.
Dina, Frank and I are...
Dina, Frank and I
are your friend.
And that's what friends are
for, to help each other.
Now watch.
Watch, just watch.
[woman humming]
What's one message that
you'd give for yourself?
That things will be positive
and filled with sunshine
and hope, and...
Yeah, what does hope
make you feel like?
- Hope is...
- When you have that...
When you have that, uh...
What does that make you feel?
Can I just imitate you just
because I'll learn from you?
[woman humming]
They just put me on hold.
Right. That's exactly
what my worry is,
that if I don't get
these benefits
in the office on time,
or correctly,
then I may not be eligible
for the benefits.
And they may think
I'm not interested.
[man on TV] Now, for a new
career opportunity...
Scholarship and financial aid are
available for students who qualify.
Call 866...
You know, I didn't plan this.
I didn't plan, me ever
getting married again.
I accepted and
embraced single life
and said, "Okay, well,"
you know, "I'll get by on
having crushes on people."
[birds chirping]
I have, uh, a bunch of
kangaroos because...
well, my mom told me that I
jumped around like a kangaroo,
when I was little, on the bed
and then somebody
had said to me,
"Stop jumping around
like a kangaroo
after drinking a lot of
coffee," and it just, like,
I started obsessing
with the name,
so, my nickname
is Kangapoo,
after "Winnie the Pooh,"
and kangaroos.
[man] Uh-huh.
[train horn blowing]
Somebody's water
just went flying.
What do you mean?
It slid across
the ground like that.
Somebody's water?
Somebody's water.
That's what I said.
- Is this the last stop?
- Yes, it is.
[indistinct conversation]
You all have a good one.
- You too.
- Thank you.
[automated voice]
Welcome to Route 77...
I saw Mission: Impossible
on TV.
- Uh-huh.
- With, uh, Peter Graves and...
Yeah, I remember.
I don't think it's
Sergeant Friday. Is it?
- No, that...
- No, Sergeant Friday was Dragnet.
[Dina in a sing song voice]
Mission: Impossible.
Maybe instead of the...
Maybe instead of the drink,
I could get ice cream, instead.
Does it sound silly
to have a drink
and then have another
drink at the movies?
That sounds strange.
That sounds really weird.
So, I'll get... I'll get
an ice cream, instead.
Like a dips or something...
I'll... I'll figure out
Besides, you told me I should
change it up sometimes...
Yeah, but, um,
- it doesn't matter. I'm just saying...
- I know.
Um, you don't need to do that.
I'm just saying...
I know that.
- I mean, if that's what you choose.
- Yeah.
[Dina] Did you know that
Tom Cruise, his parents,
they didn't want him
to drop out of high school?
- Uh-huh.
- 'Cause he was a poor student.
And they were, like, really
upset that he went into acting.
And they said,
"I'll give you six months."
- Uh-huh.
- And look at him now.
Yeah, we got him now.
It'd be nice
if we can get rid of him, now.
- Hi.
- Hi.
[crashing sound on screen]
Hey, um, is that
regular Coke or Diet Coke?
- It's regular, Dina.
- Can I have a sip, please?
- Sure.
- Thank you.
Coming up is where Dina and I
first got proposed...
We got proposed...
I proposed to Dina over
here at the Red Robin.
- Yeah.
- That's what I did.
[bell dinging]
So where are you headed?
Over to the mall?
Yeah, I'm gonna go
to the Boscov's.
I got this watch here
about three years ago.
I only paid four dollars.
- Four... Four?
- Four dollars.
[birds chirping]
Parents are really
excited to see you.
And here we are.
Very cool. I'm tired.
I'm sure.
- Hi, Larry.
- Hey, Dad.
So when's this
vote gonna happen?
That's what I wanna know.
The vote to put two new teams
in the NHL in two years.
Oh, I don't know.
[cheering on TV]
And we're going extra innings.
- So this is your bouquet.
- Oh, wow.
And it's not real symmetrical but I
thought it looked better that way.
Yeah, it does.
Now, it's interesting but...
for walking down the aisle,
I chose to have
Larry walk me down the aisle
but I remember, you know,
the first time I had
my mom and dad both
walk me down the aisle,
and John was
standing down there.
Would Scott be standing...
Scott will be standing in...
Okay. So, um...
We could either
do with Andrew...
[indistinct chatter]
Look at them go,
how do they do that?
[Dina] ...and even now the boys
And I don't know
how to do it and I feel...
It's just Patric said...
That didn't work...
- Yeah. I love you.
- Love you too.
- I'll miss you.
- I'll miss you too.
I'll call you when I get home
to let you know I got home.
Sounds good.
- Love you.
- Love you too.
- Alright.
- Bye-bye.
[soft guitar music]
[soft piano music]
[bird squawking]
I'm excited to-to have you.
I'm excited to be here.
It's gonna be
a new experience for me.
I haven't lived on my own
since ever.
Oh I, um, you know,
lived on my own for...
- Twenty-something years and, uh...
- Uh-huh.
I never thought I would share
the apartment with somebody.
- Uh-huh.
- You know, I was happy that I lived by myself.
But it's even more exciting
to have somebody here.
Oh, Thank you, dear.
I appreciate that.
[theme music of
"Sex and the City" playing]
[motor revving]
I ain't gonna stop
And it's small
when I hold
[indistinct chattering]
Thank you.
I have these two things here.
[Sex and the City
running on TV]
- She's a wild character.
- Uh-huh.
[Sex and the City
running on TV]
- They're in the jungle.
- Yep.
That's why they call it
jungle love sometimes, honey.
Whoa, way to go.
With you?
I try... I'm trying here.
[Sex and the City
running on TV]
I like butts.
I'm a butt girl.
He's a nice little rubbery...
I like your butt.
See? Women love
their feet rubbed.
- Uh-huh.
- See?
Not too hard,
but just right.
It's a good idea.
See you're watching.
Sometimes hard. It depends.
I like it hard.
- But not too hard.
- Right.
- This show can teach you a little bit.
- It can.
[woman on TV]
So, there's people
who have foot fetishes.
- You know what a foot fetish is?
- Uh-huh.
That's why I was...
I like the butt fetish.
- Uh-huh.
- Which she had...
So, you wanna be able to work a
butt fetish back
when you're old.
- Running around and all that.
- Uh-huh.
I know, when we were
first going out,
I wanted to look
really special for you.
Because, you... I wanted to be
very near you and stuff like that.
- I really wanted to look good for you.
- That's really sweet.
Oh, it's so cute.
- Yeah.
- It's sweet, honey.
Thank you sweetheart, I try.
I don't always get the desired
approach, but at least I try.
- When you say you don't get the desired approach...
- Well...
You know I still have
that complex in mind.
I'm trying to get over that.
But I can't help it.
[stammering] It's kind of
an aspy thing I guess.
- I don't know what it is.
- It probably is.
- Yeah.
- 'Cause sometimes I don't know
I have that complex
sometimes too. But...
What I try to do
is just work on it.
Before you finish doing my feet
I know what will make you feel special,
these, like just a simple gesture.
- Oh, thank you, sweetheart.
- I'd rather have your lips.
You'd rather have my lips?
Thank you sweetheart,
I appreciate that.
Thank you, dear,
I appreciate that. I do.
[Carrie Bradsdhaw on TV] Much later
that night, bolstered by coffee,
Miranda decided to perform
a 2:00 a.m. seduction.
[character on TV]
Wow, you look great.
- Good night, love.
- Good night, sweetheart.
Good night.
- Good night, love.
- Good night.
Just to summarize
what we're gonna do today.
We have water bottles that we're gonna
give out at the engagement party.
So we made these signs
that say Dina and Scott,
with the butterfly because
butterflies are her theme.
Based on Maryanne's numbers
and my numbers
we're up to, I think,
over 50 people now,
coming to the engagement party.
There, I wrapped it with blue.
- Uh, it's not sticking.
- Oh, that's fine. That's good.
So you could help
Dina and Scott,
anything, give her advice on...
Give them advice on how to make
a successful marriage.
What do you think
is the most important?
I think that the two greatest
things are... Number one:
to uh, respect
other's opinions.
And second, to be honest.
Oh, respect and honesty.
It's good that she met somebody that will
treat her with the respect that she deserves.
- That's important.
- You know.
And I hope her marriage is
successful as Monika and Frank.
Yeah? Hey, if they communicate
with one another, why not?
Put it right in the center.
And the butterfly clips,
you need to stretch it out a
little bit more, Brad, because
we're not gonna make the corner.
All right. I'll just put
one here like this?
Uh, huh. Perfect.
A lot of...
Just a couple of them. Just make sure
that the butterfly is facing this way.
Keith, they're coming.
[all] Happy engagement!
[all cheering and applauding]
- Hi.
- Hi sweetheart, how are you?
- How are you?
- Good, good.
You all hear me?
- Yes, sir.
- Of course.
[man shouting from behind]
[clearing throat]
Love, trust,
share responsibility,
remember why
you choose to marry,
enjoy life together with friends
and family. Always say I love you.
Wow, good advice.
From one
and from many humans.
Happy wife, happy life.
Specially mine.
I like that one.
["Macarena" playing]
[indistinct chatter]
You're good.
Frank and Monica?
Frank and Monica?
All right.
[woman talking on mic]
[woman talking on mic]
Let's get ready.
We are family
Get up everybody and sing
We are family
I got all my
Sisters with me
I just called to say
I love you
And I mean it
From the bottom of my heart
[pop music playing]
[motor revving]
[bird squawking]
- What's wrong?
- Nothing, dear.
[TV news running]
[motor revving]
This is how early you start
your day to go to Walmart?
I knew I hit a Walmart.
Yes, we're in Avenue.
- Oh, great.
- Yeah.
No. Well,
Philadelphia Mountain.
It's actually Philadelphia Mountain.
If I was working there,
I would not be in this bus.
Trust me.
- That's a 20.
- What you got in there?
You tell me.
What is all this?
So, who is that?
- Who is this, Evanescence?
- You got it.
The Open Door,
that's right, from '06.
It was '06. I graduated in '07.
[Kardashians TV show running]
[phone ringing]
[phone ringing]
Not much. I'm watching the
Kardashians waiting for my mom
to come for coffee and
I was watching it last night,
but it's a repeat, and
I can't help it.
It's my guilty pleasure so...
You know... Well... Um...
Kylie Jenner is hanging out
with friends
and avoiding
family members and...
[Kardashians TV show running]
I've been looking for, you know,
a discount shoe store, like
and I get by
with my sneakers and my...
I don't want you to get by.
You need sandals.
You need to have sandals.
- The whole idea is...
- The brown, you know, the brown strap sandals.
They... I'm trying to think if I
have any that you would like...
Yeah, I have
one pair of sandals.
They have a strap and they're
really old and uncomfortable.
They give you blisters.
I uh... What I want for you more
than anything is to be happy.
- Peace of mind?
- Peace? No, love, joy and good health.
I think you found it in Scott. I
think he's a really great guy and...
I almost wish I'd met him years ago
and he wouldn't have died and...
Be happy that you met him now.
Life is way too short to go
on alone and it's like a...
The way I look at it, when
somebody walks into your life
they'd, uh...
Somebody walks into your life you
have to grab it up really quick.
Believe it or not, you know, look what happened
to Eddie. He was a really successful man.
- And...
- You never know what tomorrow will bring. None of us do.
- But I think...
- Yeah, I have him now.
I can't look at
what happens in the future.
Okay, that's why I keep
telling you, live for today.
Yeah, well.
That's why I keep...
That's why I keep on saying,
you have to live for today.
Certain people, there's a lot
of people that have told me...
- Let me say something.
- Uh, I look at the...
I worry about your future
and I worry about your past.
Then how do you live for today?
Dad has always worried
about your security.
And that's why he's been negative
about you getting married.
And he keeps saying, "Don't get married.
Don't get married."
But he's mad at me because I have an
opinion. I'm a strong-willed person.
I'm like that type of person,
that, you know...
I, uh, you know,
everybody said...
One of the wonderful things
I do remember about...
Man, I would have been... I would've collapsed
and dead after what happened to me.
A lot of people said
I was supposed to be dead.
Well, Mom, I think that
I have this uh,
this amazing strength in me.
I don't know
after what's happened,
a lot of people told me,
well, you've been stabbed,
you lost your husband...
These nine years
haven't been too easy.
Here comes our train now,
I believe.
You might have to grab this for
me, because I need both hands.
- Sorry.
- That's all right.
- Just till I get up there.
- Uh-huh.
[train screeching]
[alarm ringing]
My mother thinks that...
She's starting to, like...
[siren blaring]
I've been getting into these reality
shows and see how they film.
- Uh-huh.
- I mean...
[siren blaring]
[announcement on PA system]
I like to look at... I like
to look at sights and stuff
Even though I know
about Philadelphia, there's...
No, it's past one.
Tasker's around here somewhere.
Okay, what about that Tasker.
Yeah, this is Elsworth, okay.
But, you'll find your way, you
know, don't have to get upset.
I know that. I know that.
Just because you might know
a different route.
There's Federal, that's the
other street I'm familiar with,
Coming up here soon
should be Packer.
After that should be
Pattison Avenue.
How long is this going on?
How long?
After Pattison Avenue,
that's it.
Does this get
you to understand
that you're not getting lost
if you were in the car.
- I know that.
- Your parents would probably tell you stop doing that.
- I was just wondering.
- Well...
I'm telling you, after
Pattison Avenue, we're fine.
We're actually fine now.
[man on PA system] Welcome to Atlantic
City. First stop is the bus terminal,
second stop will be Valleys and
the last stop will be Tropical.
[Scott] I thought we would be
there by now.
Why? Why are you so frustrated?
Because I thought we would be... We would
be in the Ocean City shopping by now.
Well, I'm...
Continue to get frustrated because
what's happening you don't know what...
[indistinct chattering]
- We're really close.
- Uh-huh?
See? Look at all the
towns and stuff?
Wow. Look at that.
- Wait up, Scott.
- Okay, hun.
Hey, everybody.
It's August the 26th today.
And we're at
Ocean City, New Jersey.
And it's Scott's first time
at the ocean.
Wow. It's really big.
And it's a really big ocean.
And the sea gulls are squawking
and the sun shining and...
And it's a really nice day out.
Anything you want to say Scott?
Wow, for the first time,
this is a really big ocean.
Hopefully, next year
when we come back,
I'll be able to
actually get closer.
Well, hopefully we can seriously
come down here for, like,
couple of days to a week and...
enjoy ourselves
because it is really nice,
it's nerve wracking at first when you
have to take the bus for the first time.
And your fiancee
doesn't remember.
It's been a long time. I've always
been driven down by somebody.
And this is your first time.
That's right. My first time
in Ocean City.
And so, do you have to
say anything?
It's been an experience that I'll
never forget, I will tell you that.
Here's your hat.
- And I love you.
- I love you too.
I love you too.
- So you've been in a kayak?
- Yeah, I was in a kayak before.
- In the ocean?
- Not in the ocean.
It was more like
a Delaware river, I think.
- Do I look good, in a bathing suit?
- You look beautiful, sweetheart.
- Well, you saw me at the pool party.
- Yes, I did.
So, not too bad
for an old woman.
You're not an old woman. Will you stop?
You're beautiful.
Come here.
- Good going.
- Thank you.
Now it's interesting, check... Can you
see my battle scars a little bit?
Yes, I can.
- Where? Point to them.
- Right in the middle.
There's one big one
on the bottom.
- But aren't they amazing?
- Yeah, they are.
Didn't they give a...
That's only the few.
- But isn't that amazing?
- Yeah, it is.
How there was a couple... All the
major ones are on the bottom.
Crazy, right?
- Hey, honey. Do you want to take a walk out to the water?
- No, thanks, hon. I'm good.
[bird squawking]
It's your happiness
That matters most of all
But if he ever leaves
That's wrong.
But if he ever
Breaks your heart
That's right.
If the teardrops ever start
I'll be there
Before the next
Teardrop falls
Si te quire de verdad
Y te da felicidad
Te deseo lo mas bueno
Pa' los dos
Pero si te hace llorar
A mime puedes hablar
Y estare
Contigo cuando
Treste estas
I'll be there
You need me by your side
To drive away
Every teardrop
That you cried
And if he ever
Leaves you blue
Just remember, I love you
And I'll be there
Before the next
Teardrop falls
And I'll be there
Before the next
Teardrop falls
Once we got here,
everything was fine.
I did enjoy myself immensely,
I did.
Well, um,
the boardwalk is always fun,
I have a lot memories
of the shore and shore's past.
And I'm glad
I got to share it with you.
I'm glad I came too.
And I hope we can come back.
I got you a little surprise,
and, um, I hope
I can share it with you.
Oh, let's see.
- I'm jealous that I got this.
- Jealous? [chuckles]
Twelve million copies.
That's a lot.
- What?
- Twelve million copies, that's a lot of them.
Well, um...
You know...
It's the timeless guide to love
making, that's, you know...
I've been around,
I hate to say.
You know, I'm 48 years old and
I think I'm more interested in
this than you, right?
I can learn.
I wouldn't like certain things.
Like some people
like rough sex.
And blindfold
and chains and harnesses.
No, that sounds like a dominatrix.
I'm not like that.
Well, the psycho
like rough sex.
But you would do it?
But I know somebody
that wanted to...
I know somebody
that wanted to, uh,
be chained up.
And handcuffs and
I thought that would be
kind of neat, but...
Then I would feel rough because
somebody abused me like that.
Chained me up
and then smacked my butt and
- and smack me. But...
- Uh-huh.
You know, I have the experience
of, you know, love making.
Do you know all about this?
Not really.
There is no lovemaking without
spilling this on occasions at least.
You can get it out there...
You can get it out of
clothing, your furnishings,
either with the stiff brush
when the stain is dry.
Or with a dedicated cleanser
designed to remove blood.
If you spill it
over each other,
massage it gently in.
If you want
real copious, ejaculate.
- Do you know about that?
- Yes, I do.
Did that ever happen to you?
If you want
a copious, ejaculate.
You can masturbate nearly...
Do you ever touch yourself
in places?
That I do, do.
- What was that about?
- All of them, I do.
- I actually do. Yes.
- What is that for?
What do you do it for?
I don't know if I can explain.
I don't know
if I can explain it.
Well, I have done it
to myself, before.
- I really have.
- No, but, I mean did you do it since you were with me?
Did you do it because of me?
No, I did not do it
because of you.
I've been doing it
long before I've even met you.
But... But it's normal.
It's normal to do it
for a person you love.
Why did...
I mean, I did it before...
I did it when I was a kid.
Just the strokes.
But did you do it because
you're in love with me? Or...
I was doing it long before
I even met you.
And what was the purpose?
I just was experimenting
one day
and the next thing I know
I was doing it all the time.
You can masturbate nearly
but not quite to orgasm
an hour before him
to increase prostate erection.
If his semen tastes bad
try altering his diet.
And if it makes no sense,
get a check-up.
[pop music]
- That was every chair.
- ...still were last.
- Hey there. Ola.
- Hi.
Hello. How you doing?
- Hey, Monica.
- Hey, girlfriend.
Hey, how's work?
Hey, how are you getting there?
Mom is...
Mom is probably driving us.
- Your mom?
- You've met my mom.
And your dad.
- Yeah.
- Where are you going?
- Cove Haven.
- It's like the Poconos.
It's in the Poconos, it's all
sorts of resorts and activities
and shows and...
How long are you
even gonna be there?
Be there a week.
We get there Monday afternoon,
we're leaving Saturday morning.
Monday... Oh, you're gonna
be there for a week.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
- Dina, what did you get...
- I came Friday.
Oh, you got a date
on Cottman Aven...
Right, Cottman and Bustleton.
That's right.
I went there to get my, uh...
Get your dress.
My, um, dress.
I'll never forget that day.
Yeah, he bought...
I'll never forget the day...
This is stepping more
and frying more, but...
Till he bought a dress.
I bought the dress
Wait a second. You bought the
dress where, at David's bridals?
David's bridal.
I bought the dress.
You're not supposed
to see the dress.
I was learning,
It took me over a month.
To learn the lyrics.
Forty-four versions are there.
Pavarotti, Domingo,
Carreras, Bocelli.
The biggies.
My mom likes it curly and short.
I'm gonna have the veil, and the butterfly clip
in the back, so it's gonna look very natural.
Oh, you're gonna have it
straight down, okay.
- All right.
- I'll probably have it straight and up.
My mom was saying it to me,
it's kind of crazy but...
And you're not gonna have it,
like put up or anything?
Just you're gonna have it
straight down?
Can you believe my first wedding
with my deceased husband,
I had hair down till here.
Anyway, back to
this jersey that I have.
The naughtiest one
I have is my pelican jersey.
- Okay.
- Very naughty.
Then name I put on it,
you're ready for it?
This will kill ya.
Coco mendoza.
- [chuckles]
- [chatter in background]
[Dina] Since I can't work,
Disability sends me
1045 every month.
One thousand forty-five.
- So another one is 1400?
- Yes.
Fourteen hundred
and forty-five dollars.
I always forget how to save.
Per month.
Well, with my money, that comes
to around 2700 dollars a month.
Okay, so...
So how do I set your paddling?
- Get the $27 for...
- Okay.
You take the 1445...
Oh, well. It's a lot easier if I do it, because
then it's better, because I want to do it in my...
I like to do the math.
Yeah, okay.
You take the 1445... 1445...
Walmart stress earnings...
[phone ringing]
I'll get to you in
another minute, okay?
It was loud.
That's my phone. My phone's
dialed to get you stop it.
[both talking together]
- Scott, Walmart.
- You're forgetting the zero, dear.
Close. Yeah those two
ones together.
Well that's what I meant, 11.
So you put the two down
and 11...
- That's what I did.
- That's gonna make two. 2245.
Yeah. That's what I meant.
So, I had the answer,
I just didn't add the...
Look, so this is
what we have monthly
- coming in.
- Right.
Almore Dreams.
Scotty Moore, Scotty Moore?
Excuse me?
Johnny Ramone.
[water running]
Buck Salas.
Angus Young AC/DC?
- Hey, baby.
- Yeah?
- How you doing?
- I'm doing great.
I'm reading up on the
what Rolling Stone calls a
"100 Greatest guitarists
of all time."
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
I'm up into the 20s.
- Yeah?
- Next on the list is Buddy Guy.
- Hey, baby.
- Yeah?
You're still in the bed
and cuddle...
[Dina mumbling]
- Hey go, go, go, go.
- There you go. You got it.
You know, I was wondering, what's you
guys, I wanna ask you guys like,
some other place,
you know, like...
I... I'm observer and...
And everybody
looked at you guys
like you were, like amazing
'cause you were couple
and I was kind of feeling bad
like that I couldn't get Scott to hug
me a whole lot and I used to like...
So I was talking to, um...
a bunch of people and they were
telling me that, you know,
I've to find a way, like,
get Scott to get out of
his own world and...
Maybe at first,
he was kinda shy.
- He just thought that maybe he's something...
- Yeah.
It's very hard because
sometimes, you know,
he tells that
he's sorry,
but then he's like...
I bought him this book,
The Joy of Sex.
And he doesn't seem interested.
We're living together, for crying
out loud, I was married before,
I'm getting really upset.
'Cause I don't think
he likes me.
He's emotionally...
You know, acts like a child in that area.
And... and...
Have to go
all the way down there.
Go, as you go.
Monica knows about John.
And he's been gone all those
years, you know, I told Scott
I'm with you and John's gone.
And he keeps saying "What can
I do to be more like John?"
And I said, "You're you
and he's John."
And, so it's very frustrating because I
feel like... I feel like, you know...
He doesn't want to be
with me, I feel like,
maybe he doesn't like me, maybe
there's something wrong...
And then I said, well, you know,
maybe there's something wrong.
So, you know,
I'm just being me.
Then I get frustrated, because
then it causes arguments. It
makes me feel really insecure.
And you know I'm tired
of being rejected.
Think about, you know, having disabilities
and people rejecting you your whole life.
And then...
When I go to cuddle him,
he pushes me away. And...
It's very uncomfortable.
And I can't stand when people sit
there and they play with your phones
um, I don't know...
You know how you notice people have those
iPhones and they sit there playing?
[sobbing] I don't know why
I'm being such a baby about it.
It's all right, sweetheart,
don't think about it.
I shouldn't be. I shouldn't be.
[sobbing continues] And I'm sorry,
because you don't need this.
Because, it's like
I'm a selfish person.
You're not selfish, sweetheart,
it's okay.
[sobbing] I just, um...
Sometimes I get
frustrated because...
I know you try really hard.
But sometimes
I just get frustrated.
This should help. Listen...
[soft music playing]
Just listen.
["Right here waiting for you"
- That's that song that I like...
- That's it, that's it.
[Dina humming]
I'll be right here
Waiting for you
[Dina humming]
[both] Day after day
And I slowly go insane
[both] I hear your voice
[both] On the line
But it doesn't
Stop the pain
[both] If I see you
Next to never
[both] How can
We say forever
Wherever you go
Whatever you do
I will be right here
Waiting for you
Read the book and see
what you see in the book.
- Uh-huh.
- That might, you know, that might
strike the chord
with you that... that...
Maybe you can do an exercise,
maybe you can do some yoga.
Maybe he needs to, uh,
have a wank on first.
- You know, just take the edge off.
- Uh-huh.
And taking the edge off
is what you need.
- Uh-huh.
- And I promise you,
You'll be able to do it.
It'll be fun.
And sex isn't just
for procreation.
You know...
Uh-huh, it doesn't help
either that
my self esteem is not exactly
the best right now.
It's getting there.
But I'm not there yet.
Well, you have to,
think that you are...
you know, have your mantra.
I am good enough.
People like me.
I wish everybody liked me.
Don't cry.
I try not to.
Two girls I work with,
the couple at work tell me
you're very good looking.
Yeah, the ones
that see you at work?
I saw your son, he's...
He's looks so good,
he's so good looking or...
He looks just like you or...
He's you know...
You're so, ready
for the wedding, huh?
- I certainly am.
- Good.
Someone's gonna get lucky
on their honeymoon.
Yeah, I know.
Got your tux ready?
Yeah, I've had that ready
for a couple of days now.
I remember when Monica and I
first thought of going out...
Yes, we had...
We had a great time.
We had these arguments,
something stupid all time.
That's all a part of...
All a part of relationship.
- Uh-huh.
- Then...
Years later, we got to like,
know each other very well.
By the time that I asked to marry me, yeah,
I was nervous, I was nervous as hell.
I was on the couch,
playing with my fingers, like,
"Margret, come over here."
like, Margret, marry me?
She said yes.
I popped the question.
- That was the most romantic thing I've...
- Yes.
- Red Robin, what a romantic place to get hitched.
- Yes.
- What was that?
- Is it Red Robin?
That was in June.
I'll never forget it.
Well, over a year ago,
we went to a movie,
the previous week,
I had ordered a cake,
a Winnie the Pooh cake.
I said, will you marry me?
Right? So we go to the movies,
I called them up,
and I said, don't forget to bring
the cake and the ring with you.
All right.
They leave the cake
at the hostess stand,
mom goes out,
pretends to go out,
and get whatever she's
gonna get from the car.
She brings the cake,
they bring it to the table,
and Dina was so shocked
when she saw this cake,
soon as they brought the cake,
I went down on one knee
asked her to marry me,
the who place was loving it.
[indistinct chatter]
[Dina] We probably have minor
cases and they're under control.
But then, you get people who
killed people in the shooting
and they don't want to check
your medication.
Yeah, at some point
the direction, the medicine...
[indistinct chatter]
Dina, sometimes,
meds could be...
- Uh-oh.
- Uh-oh.
Oh, my gosh.
- Hello.
- Uh-oh.
[siren wailing]
So how was it
the first time you did it?
It's just... Basically, the
first time, I was nervous.
- I was at...
- That bad.
- I bet you were.
- Yeah.
You're not nervous, you're
either doing it wrong or...
You're just unconscious.
I don't know what's going on.
[indistinct chatter]
Yeah, I would, if I had.
- Yeah.
- I'll bet.
I would actually be scared
- out of my wits if I was...
- Yes.
- I had to have sex with...
- Yeah.
- What about you and Dina?
- We haven't gotten that far yet.
I mean, I barely kiss her.
That's the point.
So I'm afraid of doing something
wrong, you know what I mean?
- Yes.
- Like in the wrong position.
All of a sudden something
comes out in the wrong way.
"Sorry, dear. I didn't mean
to squirt you in the face."
All right.
Or afraid you might do something the
wrong way that she might get mad though?
Like I'm too rough on her
or whatever.
She thinks sometimes when I hug her,
I'm too rough on her she tells me.
[loud cheering]
[pop music playing]
[laughing loudly]
I like your butt.
[indistinct chatter]
I like this.
[pop music playing]
Be careful with Laura.
She has bad legs.
[indistinct chatter]
[indistinct chatter]
Sorry, Pat.
Yes! Yes!
That's how you're supposed to
shoot that one.
- What?
- That's how you're supposed to shoot that. Right between them.
To a wonderful wedding and we're
gonna have a great time on Sunday.
- You bet.
- There you go.
- We're gonna be dancing. Cheers.
- Cheers.
You got it.
[unclear] ...is married.
She's very happily married.
[pop music playing]
[indistinct chattering]
- I can't see Laura. There we go.
- Here we go.
- You're sweaty.
- I know.
- You're ripply...
- Oh, I can't see Jen...
I can tell you work in a health club.
You have the ripples.
- Look.
- Be careful.
- Okay.
- Ready?
One, two, three.
[Dina] Hello?
Hey, I just wanted to
check on you. Are you okay?
Are you upset?
I just wanted to check on you.
Tell you I love you.
What picture?
Oh, okay Danielle? Well, she's good.
She posted it right away.
I'm trying to clean up
around here, so...
Oh, I don't know. I guess so.
I'll talk to you soon.
I love you, bye.
[Dina] I was pinching his butt
and spanking it.
[all] What?
- Then it was funny because...
- How old was he?
Forty-six. 46. He said I'm
- two years younger so...
- You know his age too? What are you...
He said, uh, he said...
Then he whispered in my ear.
Give me a call if your
marriage doesn't work out.
[chuckling] Oh.
So, how you been
keeping up with IM key?
Um, no.
I'm not interested. Hmmm.
- Sorry.
- Now he's thinking... she's thinking of dating a woman.
This is how I feel about it.
I feel whatever he did,
I, you know, I respect and admire him.
And he's brave.
- But what about...
- But I don't think he shoud've
- been so public, like, I guess he couldn't help it.
- He's a star.
I know, but I mean everything, like the
fact that he has a TV show and all that.
I don't think that's necessary
that the world
- has to be privy to all his stuff.
- I think so.
- Do you? Yeah, I think it's very private.
- I'm, like, a public speaker.
I think it's very private.
Well, 65 years old and
being born in the wrong body.
Yeah, but I mean I know all
that and if they wanna write
a book, or something.
But they have a TV show.
I don't know.
I mean, do you wanna
scratch down a little thing
read something,
read a poem or
so something special that way
I'm including you.
Uh, I'm gonna be too emotional, I
don't think I'm gonna be able to...
- Why don't you go up there and...
- I'm not a good speaker.
...read up real quick, just even if you'd say
one or two lines, I was gonna ask you...
But I know, I don't wanna make you
mad, but you're relaxed now and
No, it's not that.
It's very emotional...
I want to include you and
not keep you out of the loop.
You're not.
I remember you said
something to that was nice.
You said I was a really pretty butterfly
that blossomed into a nice woman.
You wanted me to, said that I came into a
strong woman after what I was through and...
And I think Aunt Donna had said to me
that, like I've been through so much
I was kicked in the stomach
but I just keep getting back...
Jerry said that.
Yeah, well, Aunt Donna did too.
And she said that uh...
I don't wanna write any... I don't
wanna say anything negative...
I just wanna...
I guess they wish you
You know, wish you good health,
and happiness, and peace.
Or just say
I became strong and...
And it's like it's
the icing on the cake that
that's got to you and...
My yoga teacher
always ends the class with...
May I be happy.
May I be healthy.
May I be peaceful.
May I be safe.
And then she says, if you wish to
invite someone into your practice,
you say, may they be happy.
May they be healthy.
May they be peaceful.
May they be safe.
- I watch yoga...
- And I think that's...
Like, that's
covering everything.
Oh, I didn't know
you were married.
You know,
she's married to John.
- You're married for how long?
- For four years.
He had cancer of the spine.
But I was with him for 11...
- Was that when you were married?
- No.
I was with John, and he
and I were together
for 11 years.
He passed and then I dated
a whole bunch of people.
And unfortunately
I had a bad accident and
he got put in jail
with a psycho.
But the one who...
He was manoleo man.
And then he got...
So I survived.
The thing what I say is
she talked about this backdrop.
She has aspergers.
But she's not
a full blown asperger.
She has other
little things too, OCD,
Developmentally disabled.
Depression, anxiety.
Yeah, it's like a smorgasboard.
You never have one thing.
You know when I was like 25,
I went to this doctor
who needed to test me for
something and they sent me
to Conshohocken.
- But you know what...
- [screaming in agony]
It's hard. I can't sit still.
I have anxiety.
- Why?
- I have trouble sitting still.
Since when?
I was frustrated because I
didn't know where I need to sit.
You know something, um...
I apologize... I-I...
I don't know
what that was about...
Yeah, I was just sitting there
and I've been having anxiety
because of everything
that's going...
Maybe you're talking too much
about yourself.
No, I just thought
I was bad, but...
I thought
I was a bad person and...
Are you okay?
Is she okay? Is she okay? I'm
worried about, I'm worried.
Did I do something wrong?
- No, no no. It's fine.
- I upset her.
That's why. I upset her.
I upset my mom.
- Are you okay?
- I'm fine.
Then I want you to smile.
[crowd chattering]
[man announcing on the mic]
[motor revving]
[Dina humming]
[singing in Spanish]
Get that next one.
Hello there. Nice to see you.
[amusing instrumental music]
["Only You" playing]
Looking from a window above
It's like a story of love
Can you hear me?
Came back only yesterday
I'm moving farther away
Want you near me
All I needed
was the love you gave
All I needed
for another day
And all I ever knew
Only you
Sometimes when I think
of her name
When it's only a game
And I need you
Listen to the words
that you say
It's getting harder to stay
You got it backwards.
It looks really cute.
All I needed was
the love you gave
All I needed
for another day
And all I ever knew
Only you
All I needed
was the love you gave
All I needed
for another day
And all I ever knew
Only you
This is going to take
a long time
And I wonder what's mine
Can't take it no more
Wonder if you'll understand
It's just the touch
of your hand
Behind a closed door
All I needed
was the love you gave
All I needed
for another day
And all I ever knew
Only you
[TV show running]
I will not walk down the aisle
looking like this.
My hair has to be done. This
is fresh out of the shower.
My apartments
is right there. So...
The first time I got married
to my deceased husband,
I had a husband who had passed,
I had hair down to here.
And I had an up-do.
I have a second chance though.
You know, I overcame
a bad accident.
I've had autism
my whole life and...
The theme of my wedding
is butterflies
because I turned into a beautiful
butterfly over the years.
Oh, really? Okay.
I found it really nice.
- It's a good day for it.
- Yeah.
My mother and I got our nails
done yesterday. It was nice.
- That was so nice-
- It's gel one.
Yeah? I can see the gel.
[door creaking]
- Hi, Sweetheart.
- Hi there, I'm wearing bad shoes.
I didn't think
I was gonna get up the stairs.
Well, if you get married
and you have really short hair, you
can have something with it short?
- Yeah.
- Because, you know, a lot people think...
I hdat he whole do.
And to be honest with you, this more
natural, I think, than having a big do
with these curls coming down,
I look like Cinderella
but that was my first wedding.
Um, I want it to be more
tailored, you know what I mean?
["Here Comes
the Bride" playing]
[camera shutter clicks]
[indistinct chatter]
[people cheering]
[indistinct chatter]
[people cheering]
[indistinct chatter]
[pop music playing]
["Hava nagila" playing]
Dina, I think you're just
beautiful I just love the pearls.
You're so gorgeous.
Now, stand up straight
and smile.
And be happy.
Okay, can you put
this earring in?
- You need me to put the earring in?
- You need to put it in.
All right.
[slow instrumental music]
[chattering indistinctly]
That's gonna be on
Facebook tomorrow, right?
I'm joking, I'm joking.
What do you mean?
The pictures.
[man] Let's do one more
if we've got time.
- Yeah.
- One more? There you go.
Right to the left.
- Hi, Jen. I'm so sorry.
- What?
I'm late.
[all of them talking together]
I thought
it had started already.
- No, no, no.
- Well, yeah. That's what they said.
- Why are you sorry?
- 'Cause I thought I was late.
Okay, I've...
But congratulations to you though.
I'm glad I'm not late.
- You're not late.
- I got here as soon as I could.
Well, you live so far away.
I kinda,
I live in Conshohocken.
- But you look really great.
- You look great too.
- I like your necklace.
- Thank you.
[plates clattering]
[piano playing]
Scott, do you take
Dina as your partner,
to love and honor her and to
cherish and care for her.
In good times as bad,
for as long as you live?
I do.
Dina, do you take
Scott as your partner,
to love and honor him and to
cherish and care for him.
In good times as bad,
for as long as you live?
I do.
Then as witnessed by your family
and friends
I now present to you, the newly
committed couple, Dina and Scott.
[all cheering and applauding]
[plates clattering]
Oh, that's a nice one.
Is that weird?
Is that gay?
No, it's not.
I saw people doing it.
And Sam came up with
"As friendly as pie."
Great. That's it.
You're happy.
All right. Family of the bride.
Okay, now. Scott's family.
Oh, that's a good one.
[all laughing]
I'm caught. I'm caught.
I just wanna say thank you.
For all coming to celebrate
this lovely day with us.
...with Scott and Dina.
And they were
always meant for each other.
- Yes.
- They were.
Thank you.
- All right.
- Yay!
Can I get a napkin for this?
Yeah, be careful
because it's sharp.
[people chattering]
Oh, can't you see it, baby
You've got me going crazy
[fast instrumental dance music]
[woman] Thank you all so much.
You all have a great evening now
and enjoy the rest of your day.
Dina and Scott, once again.
[piano music playing]
The wheels on the bus goes
round and round
I'm a good singer, so...
The wheels on the bus goes
round and round
The wheels on the bus goes
round and round
[baby cooing]
The wipers on the bus go
Hey, Scott. You're walking
too far ahead. Come back.
Sorry, sweetheart.
[woman] Scott, walk together.
That's exactly,
but he's walking ahead of me.
That's exactly it. Walk slow.
Act like you're married.
Bye, bye.
[water splashing]
[TV show running]
We made it two years...
when we first started going out.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- I love you.
- I love you too.
[Dina humming]
[Scott laughing loudly]
What? Morning? It's what, 4.30?
Well, what I really need do
is tick tock singing.
[chattering indistinctly]
You probably would.
A little sexy.
Rubber ducky, you're a...
Come on, let's get
romantic here.
[Dina humming]
You need me by your side
To drive away
Every teardrop
That you cried
And if he ever
Leaves you blue
Just remember, I love you
And I'll be there
Before the next
Teardrop falls
And I'll be there
Before the next
Teardrop falls
[Dina] I wonder what a honeymoon is like,
when people, like deeply have passion.
I mean, I would like to have more... I
would like to have passion for you.
[Scott] I working on it,
[Dina] Seriously. Is there
a reason why...
I'm a human being. I am a person.
A person that's in love.
And you're starting
and you're trying, but...
I guess I don't understand
because I'm different.
[Scott] You're no different from
the rest of us, sweetheart.
[Dina] See how natural that was?
Do you know how to do that? Do you
know how to reach for my hand back...
- [Scott] Absolutely.
- [Dina] See how natural it was to straight across.
They just grabbed
each other's hand.
You don't do that until somebody
tells you to grab my hand.
Do you ever think about it?
Do you ever think...
That I want you to walk
beside me and not ahead?
[Scott] I can work on that sweetheart.
That's no problem.
[Dina] I mean, I don't know whether it's
you know, because your autism does this.
I don't know
whether you don't think
and all that, but it makes me feel like you
just wanna walk ahead just to get places.
[Scott] No, no it's not that
at all sweetheart.
It's not that
at all.
- I'm just gonna let you...
- [Dina] I don't want you to feel, um...
Like I'm insecure or today
I came off really mean.
I don't want you think
that you're...
I don't...
That I want anything more.
Then what I got.
But I like a lot of touching...
- and hud... and cuddling...
- Right.
[Dina] Then I feel guilty because
maybe I'm not a good person.
[Scott] Honey, you're beautiful.
Don't even worry about it.
- I don't know. Am I nice to you?
- You are very nice to me
And I do need to work on certain things.
That's very true.
I was just being honest
because I love you.
I love you too.
- I'm just gonna let you...
- I don't put...
- You know, I do love you.
- I love you too.
I'll probably call for that love
machine at 8:30 tomorrow morning.
Just so you know that.
That's one thing I'm trying to work
on, communicate so I can tell you
when I'm calling
for the love machine.
You know, a lot of times,
what I'm saying is
I say I love you because
I wanna give that love
that I want you to have.
So, I'm trying to help you
and be in-charge.
To tell you that I love you
because I need to work on it.
But I don't want you to think,
you know, I've heard...
Give Scott a lot of credit
because he's trying but...
- I've done more than try.
- Yes, you have.
And I just feel like...
Everybody else knows
that you are...
Cute and sweet and special.
But I'm not as good as you are.
Honey, you're more
than special.
You've been through more heartbreak than
I could ever handle in my life time.
What did you mean when you said
I was an inspiration to you?
I mean, to go through what you have
been through and still be alive
and in this world
is very inspirational.
What do you mean?
Explain that.
I mean, most people
haven't gone through
what you've done through
would've have possibly perished by now.
But you haven't.
You're still here.
Inspiring people.
I could never handle what
you've been through in life.
I actually got mugged
like twice.
But it's not the stabbing
that you've had.
And you're still here.
There's something to be
said for that, Dina.
Maybe this will help.
[phone ringing]
[operator] 911,
where's the emergency?
[man] I just stabbed
my girlfriend.
[operator] You just
stabbed your girlfriend?
What's your address?
[man, sobbing] Carmel Avenue.
- [operator] Are you in an apartment?
- Yes, Apartment Six.
[operator] What's your name?
What's your name?
[man] Come on, I know, honey.
- [operator] Hello?
- I'm a bad boy.
- [operator] Hello?
- I'm here.
- [operator] What's your name?
- David.
[operator] All right, David.
Why did you stab her?
Because she's
with another man.
[operator] Where's she
bleeding from?
- Plenty of places.
- [operator] Okay.
Do you have a cloth
that you can put on the wounds?
- [David] What?
- Do you have a cloth that you can put on the wounds?
- [David] Hang on.
- [woman] Sorry.
[David] Sorry, baby.
I love you so much.
I shouldn't have done that.
[operator] How many times
did you stab her?
- Seven or eight.
- [operator] Seven or eight times?
- Yeah.
- [operator] Where at on her body?
Back, torso.
[woman] Oh, my God.
The whole place
is covered in blood.
- [operator] What did you stab her with?
- [David] A knife.
[operator] How long is the knife?
Like how big is it?
It's about four inches.
[operator] Where's the...
Right next to me. Drink water, baby.
Yes, drink water.
You put the knife away?
Yeah, I'm not gonna
stab her anymore.
[operator] Yeah, don't touch the knife, David.
I want you to walk away from the knife.
[siren blaring]
- [woman] I'm sorry.
- [David] No, I'm sorry, baby.
[woman] I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Am I gonna live?
Am I gonna live?
[David] You're gonna live
and I'm gonna die.
[operator] Are there any other
weapons in the bedroom?
[Daivd] No.
[woman] I want my mommy.
I want my dad.
[woman] Oh, mommy.
I want my mommy.
- I want my mommy.
- [David] Okay, they're coming in.
[banging on the door]
Come in, I've no weapons.
[chattering indistinctly]
It's not me. I did it.
My girlfriend.
[chattering indistinctly]
[birds chirping]
[Scott] So who do you think should
win the 2016 presidential election?
- [Dina] Hilary Clinton.
- I think so too.
[Dina] I think it's about time
we had female president.
[Scott] Right. And we don't need Donald Trump
because he'll put his foot in his mouth.
- [Scott] We don't need that.
- [Dina] Yeah, he's ignorant.
- [Scott] He is. Very ignorant.
- [Dina] Just because he has money and everything.
[Scott] Yeah, he's like George
Steinbrenner of politics.
He thinks he can buy
the presidency.
[Dina] I'm not really into
politics at all.
But Bill Clinton's wife,
she was a governor, right?
[Scott] Governor of Arkansas.
Yes, she was.
He was the president,
and she stood by her man.
- That's right.
- And she's so, you know, smart, and...
And it seems all we're probably gonna
do is just quote her on Benghazi.
And other things
like her e-mails and stuff...
- No one cares about that...
- I think it's a woman's world now.
- And I think that...
- Yes, it is.
[Dina] That Hilary Clinton
should be a good candidate.
[Scott] Good point.
Hello, hi. Happy Thanksgiving,
by the way.
Yes, this is Dina Buno, and I've
called to see my order is ready?
["A World Of Our Own" playing]
The sun is...
[chattering indistinctly]
Dina Buno.
[whistling, blowing]
[Scott] Silly door.
- Hey, honey.
- Hi, hon.
I have some things
that I bought for you today.
- Really?
- Yes, I do.
I prepared a lovely meal.
Looks delicious, sweetheart.
If I can
- sashay that out of here. There we go.
- Cool.
- Could I have extra notebooks?
- Right.
- Um...
- And I have
- a pack of 18 pens, I've four highlighters in there.
- Cool.
It's you know,
we always run out of pens here.
And we have two cans of soup
in here that you asked for.
- I don't know if I'm doing this...
- I got it.
- You do?
- Yes, I do.
I just got it. Got it.
- Are you okay, 'cause... Hold it up.
- Yes.
Panic, panic, panic.
I don't feel like
I'm holding it well enough.
- Thank you, honey. That's very helpful.
- You're very welcome.
I don't know if I could have
done it without you. Thanks.
You're very welcome,
Be careful with the knife.
You know that I have...
I know that.
It's... It's, you know...
Looks a little peeked
perhaps, but...
- I don't think...
- I think...
Careful with the knife,
you know.
It's something
that I have to work with...
Sometimes seeing knife in
action, you know what I mean?
- Sorry about that.
- Okay.
It's just, I mean,
I'm really trying.
Looks good though.
- Well, good night, sweetheart.
- Good night, sweetheart.
- I love you. Very much.
- I love you too.
I love you very much too.
And you're worth it.
Thank you so much.
And you are too.
I love you too.
- Good night. Sweet dreams.
- Sweet dreams.
[mellow instrumental music]
[old melodious song playing]
[Dina] Look at you.
Such a beautiful girl.
You look like a girl.
Oh, I wish I can take you with
me, I would take you to the vet
and get you checked out.
- Okay, hon.
- But I have to go now.
So, go home. And go home
and find your family.
- Because I'm getting ready to keep you.
- Yeah.
Bye. Bye, love.
Bye, beautiful.
[Dina] Oh, look at you.
I'm in love here.
I made a new friend.
[upbeat music]
Was it a dream we shared
Or was I half awake
Once in the night
She took my hand
I know you're still with me
Listen to how the trees
Tap on our window pane
No matter
What the case may be
I'll always be right here
All I needed was your love
I'm listening to you
Tell me that you love me so
I'll always do
The best I can for you
Sometimes it's like a plane
Passing the golden sun
Rains wash away
The after glow
Puddles evaporate
All I needed was your love
I'll be with you
through and through
I know that
You love me so
I'll always do
The best I can for you