Underneath the Same Moon (2019) Movie Script

(eerie music)
(film projector rattling)
(dramatic music)
(rock music)
(waves crashing)
- That was a sweet ride, son.
You a pro?
- Naw man, just a seasoned amateur.
- Well after that ride,
it's all downhill from here.
- Believe me man, it's nothing
compared to what I've got
planned later on today.
(soft jazz music)
(tense music)
What's up man?
How you doin'?
- I'm good, how about you?
(Tom sighs)
Why the long face?
- I don't know man, I
was hoping that ad agency
was gonna make me an offer.
Instead, today was my last day.
Get a beer, please?
- Well I mean, you'll land on your feet.
You always do.
- I know man, I just, I want
to be settled, you know?
- Yeah, well you're
settled where it counts.
Kelly's the best thing that
has ever happened to you.
- Amen to that, brother.
- [Scott] Check this out.
(Scott chuckles)
- Oh what?
- Okay, what do you think?
- I hate to break it you
but, I'm already spoken for,
so I'm sorry.
- It's for Cheryl, dumbass.
I'm gonna ask her to marry me tonight.
- That's awesome, Scott.
- Thank you.
- What took so long?
- I have you to thank for it.
- Meaning what?
- I never really thought
that you were gonna get over
what happened with you and Jessica.
And you and Kelly are showing me
that there's something to
this whole marriage thing.
- We've only been married for six months,
now let's not get ahead of ourselves.
- Yeah, but you're a changed person.
We've been friends for a long time,
and I don't think I've ever
seen you this happy before.
I mean, you've transformed.
- You know, I couldn't
imagine my life without Kelly.
That's for sure.
- Hey, you don't have to.
That's what marriage is all about.
- Hey, you guys.
I don't think anybody's ever
proposed in this bar before.
But I just want to say that you did,
and I am just so honored to have been here
when you did that.
- Get goin', Randy.
- Well that's just the way it is.
- Git.
- Listen to me, young man.
I heard you say that
you're not working anymore,
but all you need is
the love of a good man,
and that is what you have.
- [Scott] Randy.
- I'm tellin' you what, Randy.
Enough's enough.
Now get back to your throne.
Get over there to your throne.
- [Scott] Same thing every week.
- All right, all right.
Well, I would kiss the bride if I knew--
- Get going!
- Sure.
- We'll see you later.
- [Randy] All right.
- All right, we'll send you a beer.
Get that guy a beer, jeez.
(light music)
- Hey baby.
- Hey, how are you?
- No, we're just gonna
go into the living room.
Take a seat.
- No go.
Yeah, they can't fill that spot
for at least another three months.
I don't know, who would have known
getting a staff copywriter position
would have been so difficult.
- So, there's hope.
- I guess.
I gotta go back Monday to the temp agency,
and I have get something.
You know, we can't go three
months without a paycheck.
- You and your sister are not
having an easy time of it.
Must be the whole twin connection thing.
- When is Holly's next interview?
- Wednesday.
I'm going shopping with her tomorrow
to help pick out a suit for the interview.
- Well, something smells good.
What's for dinner?
- Uh-uh-uh, it's a surprise.
You wait here, and I'll
call you when it's ready.
- Okay, I'm gonna sample
these little guys.
- [Kelly] Put those away!
- You're serious?
- [Kelly] Oh yeah.
- Okay.
(gentle music)
The wedding song.
Mm-hmm, it's gonna be a good dinner.
Oh man.
It's not my birthday.
It's not your birthday.
It's not our anniversary.
What's goin' on?
- If you didn't get the offer,
I needed a reason to celebrate.
We were married exactly
six months ago, today.
Happy anniversary.
- Now I don't think they make cards
for these sort of occasions, so.
- Then here you go.
- What is this?
- I want all your wishes to come true.
- Gosh, they have.
And I feel like a real
jerk because I can't even
share my chocolates with you
because there's peanuts in 'em.
- And I kissed you.
Get those out of here.
- I know, I'm sorry.
Let's eat.
- Yeah.
- Cheers.
(waves crashing)
- Honey, thanks for tonight.
I mean it.
- Ah, it was nothing.
- No, it was something.
Hey, guess what?
- Hmm?
- Scott's gonna ask Cheryl to marry him.
- Finally!
When is he gonna pop the question?
- Friday night.
He also asked me to be the best man.
He said, if I can be this happy,
then there must be something
about this marriage thing.
- That's so sweet.
Are you?
- Am I what?
- Happy?
- I am very happy.
Why do you ask?
- I know the whole Jessica
thing still freaks me out.
- That was a very long time ago.
And you never even met her.
- But you loved her.
You were going to ask her to marry you.
- You never loved someone before?
- So you were in love?
- Answer my question.
- I thought I was.
But when I met you, I realized
none of it was really love.
- Look, we're different people,
at different points in our lives.
The person I am now is the
person I like the most.
Does that answer your question?
- Yes.
You know were my final guy?
- Well, that's good.
You married me, so.
- No, I mean I had given up
on the whole dating thing.
Too many heartaches.
Too many jerks.
You know I didn't date for a year
before your sister set us up?
I was so not interested.
But you know your sister.
She wouldn't take no.
- Oh yeah.
- When I went on our first date,
in my mind, it was my final date.
I've got an idea.
Let's watch the video.
- Not the wedding video.
- [Kelly] Yes, the wedding video.
(Tom groans)
Just the vow part, I promise.
- [Tom] Exciting.
- [Kelly] I promise I
won't tear up this time.
- Here we go.
- [Minister] Tom has a few
words he would like to say.
(clearing throat)
- So, I know this is a bit of a surprise,
but I wrote a few things down.
Okay, I know I'm not
always great with words,
so I really wanted to make
sure I got this right.
I wanted to tell you what is obvious,
to anyone that knows you.
You are the most caring,
loving person I have ever met.
(clearing throat)
(Tom exhales)
For a very long time, I gave up on love,
and then even gave up on
the idea that love exists.
(clearing throat)
You... (garbled talking)
Ah, I still can't believe
we paid that videographer.
His battery dies right when
I'm starting to get good.
- Finish it.
- Finish what?
- Please?
- I don't remember.
- You remember, please?
(Tom sighs)
(clearing throat)
- Okay.
Okay, here we go.
You taught me to dream
again, or you made me
believe I could dream again.
You showed me the only thing
more joyful than a young heart
is a broken heart learning to love again.
Ah, you said you weren't gonna tear up.
- You said you didn't remember.
- I love you.
- I love you.
- [Kelly] I feel like Miller's
such a basic last name.
- I know but I feel like you
need it to be something cool,
like if you named the baby to
be something like, like Roger.
- No.
- Why?
I think that would be cool.
- That's just as basic as Miller.
- I don't know if that's true.
I think that's kind of a cool name.
- [Kelly] I don't know.
- I'm really into this guy named Roger.
- What if it's like, Henry?
- Welcome in.
(electronic dance music)
Welcome in.
All the clothes you need,
anything you want, okay.
Anything you want.
I'm gonna take this in the back.
You holler out if you need me.
- Thank you.
- Thanks.
- Hey Holls, what about this?
- No, I think I need to go skirt,
this place is V corporate.
- I thought you said they make boxes?
- For corporations.
Did I mention how much I hate
this whole interview thing?
- You mean other than five minutes ago,
and five minutes before that?
Other than that, no.
- When are you gonna cut all of this off?
- Are you kidding?
Tom has a stroke when I
get the split ends trimmed.
(Holly laughing)
- So how was the whole anniversary thing?
- It was sweet.
- What?
- Well you know I'll always wonder if Tom
would have committed to me
if I didn't get pregnant.
- Trust me, my brother,
my brother loves you.
- What makes you so sure?
- You know.
The eyebrow thing.
- What?
- Whenever my brother
really loves someone,
he does this goofy grin, and he like,
twists he right eyebrow like.
He did it with Cathy
Meester in the third grade,
and he did it with Courtney
Phillips in the 10th.
He does it with you.
- What about with Jessica?
- Jessica threat rears its head.
No, that was just my brother
showing a tremendous lack of judgment.
That was not love.
- Okay.
- Okay.
(Holly chuckles)
Hey Kelly.
- Hmm?
- This say boxes, or what?
- [Kelly] Totally.
(Kelly laughs)
- I think I just need to go
back to being a waitress.
You know, the last time
I saw Jessica, she came
into Applebottoms with that
dude she dumped Tom for.
You wouldn't believe what we
did to their Caesar salad.
Oh, actually I was going in there.
- You'll just have to wait.
- I'm sorry, I didn't know there was
a buffet line in the dressing room.
(feedback ringing)
- Can you believe some people?
Young talent, doing some things
That I know you haven't heard
- What are you, what are you--
- [Woman] What's going on?
Who is this?
(Holly farting)
What's going on?
(woman groaning)
- We should head to an
underwear store next.
(women laughing)
(Holly farting)
You're so gross.
(phone ringing)
- Hello?
(tapping on glass)
The HR Manager's ready
to see you, Miss Miller.
(tense music)
(keyboard clacking)
(suspenseful music)
(Holly scoffs)
(Holly gags)
(woman farting)
(birds chirping)
(phone ringing)
- Hello?
Yes, this is she.
(tense music)
Oh my god.
(elevator dinging)
(people chattering)
- Mrs. Miller?
- Yes.
How's Tom?
- Why don't we all sit down?
- I'm Holly, I'm Tom's sister.
Is Tom gonna be okay?
- It's hard to say at this point.
He sustained massive head
trauma in the accident.
It's quite amazing that
he's alive, actually.
He also broke his left
leg, and several ribs.
He's in a deep coma right now.
The next 48 hours will be crucial.
- Oh my God.
- We're doing everything we
can, if that's any consolation.
- Can I see him?
- Do you feel up to it?
- Yes.
(heart monitor beeping)
(somber music)
"The only thing more
joyful than a young heart
"is a broken one that
learns to love again."
(Kelly crying)
(muffled talking on intercom)
(gentle acoustic music)
(somber music)
(phone ringing)
- Hi, Dr. Williams.
- Good morning, come on in.
Please sit down.
I had to tell you, you both must have been
praying pretty loudly,
because somebody heard you.
Who says there's no
such thing as a miracle?
(women laughing)
- Can I see my husband now?
- Well, right now I want to
introduce you to Dr. Butler.
- Hi.
- [Doctor] He's the
hospital staff psychiatrist.
- Psychiatrist?
- Yes.
First, let me say how happy I am
that Thomas has come back to you two.
- What's wrong with my husband, Doctor?
- Mrs. Miller, your
husband was in a deep coma
for almost a year.
The fact that he sustained no brain damage
or motor skills problems,
is quite extraordinary.
- But?
- But there is an issue.
I spoke with him for quite
a while this morning.
Basically, he has lost all of his memories
of approximately the last
five years of his life.
- Five years, holy shit!
- It's okay, I understand your reaction.
- Is this permanent?
- It's been my experience,
and Dr. Williams can confirm,
that cases like this are extremely rare.
Most patients slowly begin
to remember things over time.
- Time?
You're telling me my husband
won't even recognize me?
- Not right now.
But he may at some point,
especially as he is reintroduced
to the newer aspects of his
life over a gradual basis.
- Gradual?
- What I am proposing
is somewhat unorthodox.
And of course, you
ultimately can decide on
what you want to do from here on out.
- What is it exactly
that you're proposing?
- I am proposing that you set up his life,
at least initially, to as close as it was
of what it used to be five years ago.
You know, he just suffered a huge trauma,
and finding out he has
a wife he doesn't know,
and he has a life he doesn't understand
could right now cause
more damage than good.
- I don't know what to say.
- Right now, say nothing.
Give it some thought.
Are you ready to see him?
(muffled talking on intercom)
Hey Tom, how ya feeling?
- Hey, Doc.
- Hey, Sis.
- Hey, sleepyhead.
- Get over here.
- [Holly] My God.
- They tell me it's been a while.
- It was much too long.
- Hi, do I know you?
- [Doctor] Oh, this is--
- My name's Kelly.
I'm a good friend of your sister's.
We've both been really worried about you.
- It's nice to meet you.
- [Doctor] How you feelin', Tom?
- I feel like I've been in a
coma for 11 months. (laughing)
- That'll pass.
- Does Jessica know I'm here?
- We will talk about that later,
you just need to get some rest, okay?
- Can I call her?
- We'll talk about it later.
- [Doctor] Yes Tom, you
need to get some rest.
We've got months of rehabilitation
before you can go home.
- Okay.
I love you, Sis.
- [Holly] I love you.
Don't die.
- I'm alive.
Call me later.
- Bye Tom.
I'm really glad you're feeling better.
- Thanks, Betty.
- It's Kelly.
- I'm sorry.
(car alarm beeping)
(somber music)
- He really has no idea who I am.
He looked right through me.
- You heard what the doctor
said, it just takes time.
He's alive.
He's gonna be okay,
everything else will just,
it'll fall into place.
- What if it doesn't?
What if he just never remembers?
- You just gotta to stay positive.
- And he's in love with Jessica.
- I'm gonna have a little talk with him,
once he's up to it, and you
know, I'm gonna tell him
what a bitch that she is,
and you start coming around,
and you wear those little outfits,
and everything'll go back to normal.
It's gonna be okay, Kell.
- Haven't you heard?
It's Betty.
What are we gonna do?
I can't believe this is happening.
It's like I've been erased
from his mind, like,
like I never even existed.
I don't even know what to think about this
Doctor Butler guy, but
I guess I have to listen
to what he's saying.
I don't want to hurt Tom.
- Okay, I know that this sucks,
and I can't imagine how
hard this must be for you,
but we have to stay positive.
We have to believe that he's
gonna go back to normal.
So, I guess he's gonna have
to come live with me at first,
like he did back then.
The doctor said that we have to recreate
the situation as much as possible.
Kell, you're gonna have to
help me go back in time.
(somber music)
Pickin' up the broken
pieces of our life
And packin' them all away
So many memories of better days
Are hitting me in waves
You used to look into my eyes and know
Just what I was thinking
Yesterday you looked right through me
And now I'm sinking
Here I am
I'm so lost without you
I've been so lonesome
Since you went away
I will always love you
Don't know when you're coming back
But I will wait for you
I'll wait for you
Our future seemed to be so promising
All our hopes and dreams
You carried me in your arms
But now my heart is
tearing at the seams
Our vows were barely spoken
I was complete, now I'm broken
Here I am
I'm so lost without you
I've been so lonesome
since you been away
I will always love you
Don't know if you're coming back
But I will wait for you
I'll wait for you
- Welcome home, Mrs. Miller.
Here I am
I'm so lost without you
I've been so lonesome
Since you went away
I will always love you
Don't know if you're coming back
But I will wait for you
Here I am
I'm so lost without you
I've been so lonesome
since you went away
I will always love you
Don't know if you're coming back
But I will wait for you
I'll wait for you
I'll wait for you
I'll wait
(television static buzzing)
(Tom grunts)
(muffled talking on intercom)
(Tom breathing heavily)
(knocking on door)
- [Tom] Hey, sis.
You're here to help?
- [Holly] No, just encourage.
- Your brother has amazing willpower.
- Tell me about it.
Hey, do want to the
cafeteria, have a little talk?
- Thanks, Doc.
(Tom exhaling)
- Are you okay?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
You kinda smell.
(Holly laughing)
- Okay so.
Fill me in.
- Okay.
Okay but, this is gonna be hard to hear,
because five years is a
really long time to lose.
The day that you were gonna propose,
you found out that Jessica
had been seeing another guy,
and then she moved to
San Francisco with him
a few months later.
She broke your heart, Tom.
You even gave up surfing.
- Gave up surfing?
- I don't know, you said like,
the morning you were gonna propose
you got this perfect wave,
and then after the break,
you were like, "perfection's an illusion,
"and surfing's a waste of time,"
or some stupid shit like that.
I don't know, you say
a lot of weird stuff.
I think every time you saw a surfboard,
it just brought you back to that time.
- Wow.
And I've never seen or
heard from her again?
- Nope.
- What have I been doing
the last five years?
I didn't meet anyone else, or?
- There's a chick.
It's just, it's a little complicated.
- Hey, I wouldn't know
her if I tripped over her.
(Holly chuckles)
- The way you're walking you just might.
(Tom sighs)
Sorry bro.
- Yeah, I know.
So what'd you do, change
the locks, or what?
(Tom laughs)
- Okay.
- I'm the best sister alive.
- Yes, yes you are.
- [Holly] Uh-huh.
- I still think it's crazy that we
lived together all this time.
- Yeah, yeah, don't get used to it.
As soon as you're on your own
two feet, you're outta here.
- Me?
- I got used to living here alone,
you were gone for almost
a year, it was awesome.
I'm kidding.
I'm happy you're alive.
(somber music)
- When was this?
(knocking on door)
I'll get it.
- [Kelly] Hi, Tom.
Welcome home.
- Hi Betty.
- [Kelly] It's Kelly.
- I'm sorry, Kelly.
I have a tough time remembering that.
- Hi!
- [Holly] Hey, come on in.
- So I'm gonna go lay down for a bit.
I'm tired, and I haven't got to sleep
in my own bed forever, so.
- You don't wanna come out to lunch?
- Naw, not this time.
You guys have a good time.
(people chattering)
- I'm starting to fell really
uncomfortable about all this.
Maybe we should, maybe
we should just tell him.
- You know, I've had a complete revelation
about this whole situation.
I've always wondered if Tom
would have committed to me
if I hadn't gotten pregnant,
and now's my chance to find out.
- How, exactly?
- It's a clean slate.
I just get him to fall in
love with me and propose.
(Holly laughs)
- You're joking.
Oh my god.
- Just give it a few months, please?
For me?
- Two, I'll give you two months,
and then I'm spilling the beans.
You know, it took him four months
to commit to getting that Dodge Durango.
- I'm prettier.
- It gets better mileage.
Hit it
That's what I'm talkin' about
Okay now, from the beginning
- [Sportscaster] Strike three call.
- Hey, sis.
- [Sportscaster] Completes
another three up,
three down inning.
- So, how long have you
and Betty been friends?
- It's Kelly.
Like, four years?
We met each other at work,
and we just really hit it off.
Do you, do you like her?
- She's nice, but not my type.
Speaking of my type, guess
who I spoke with today?
- Do not say Jessica.
- Yeah.
- Oh my god, I'm gonna kill myself.
- I found her number online, and we spoke
for like, three hours.
She's been divorced for seven months,
and said she would love if
I came up and visited her.
- Why, what does this mean?
- Who knows?
I'm gonna go up there
and see her next week,
and we'll see.
- Do you really think
that this is a good idea?
- Yeah, I feel like I need to do this.
What are you doing?
- She broke your heart, Tom!
Seriously, you did not leave
the house for three years.
You gave up surfing, for God's sake.
- I get what you're saying, okay?
But I didn't feel those feelings.
It was like it happened to someone else.
- It didn't, I was there.
- People change.
- They don't.
They don't.
They just get from bad to worse.
- I have to do this.
Just trust me.
(muffled rock music)
(people chattering)
- So how's my husband?
(glasses clink)
(both groaning)
(Kelly coughs)
- I think it's time that
you have that little talk.
He's thinking of driving up to
San Francisco to see Jessica.
- You're joking.
- Nope.
- Oh my god, this is not good.
- How many is that?
- I stopped counting at five.
(Holly laughing)
- Yeah.
Where are you going?
Seriously, I just got here.
- Gotta pee, order me another one.
- Okay.
- So, who's your friend?
- Actually, that's my sister-in-law.
Yeah, she's married to my brother,
who was just in a coma,
but now has amnesia,
he's gonna drive up to
San Francisco tomorrow
to see an old fling.
So, yeah, you still interested?
- Hey, she sounds really hot to me.
Will you give me her number?
Tell her...
(man laughing)
- What about you?
Do you have a husband with amnesia?
- No, but I would like to develop a case
that would make me lose
these last five minutes.
Seriously, team, guys,
it's not a good time, okay?
Just go do whatever you were
doing before you saw us.
- Do you think this is easy?
I mean, you just get to
sit there and order drinks.
We have to walk over, make small talk,
and risk being shot down.
Did you ever think of that?
- Here's a hint, you know what?
It helps if you have charm and charisma,
and a better line than,
"how's your friend?"
Also, fresh breath would
be helpful for you.
It would help.
- Bitch.
- Better, you know what?
You should keep working on it, Cacanova.
You stay in the game, buddy.
No, I think you're
doing a really good job.
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah. (laughing)
- What is that all about?
- He's just some dude with kickin' breath.
It smelled like if he had
cream of onion and garlic soup,
but strained it through
a rotting corpse first.
- Oh, I've got an awesome idea.
We have a satellite
office in San Francisco.
They've been wanting me to
go up there for a long time
and do some training.
Maybe Tom would like some
company on that road trip?
- Come on Kelly, no.
- Think about it.
Two whole days together, alone.
- Okay, I'll run it by him.
But seriously Kell, this is it.
- Ah, you're the best.
- Yeah, let's just hope
that that judge thinks so
when I try and get out
of that ticket, tomorrow.
- Yeah.
- Seriously, you could use a
breath mint yourself, dude.
(Kelly exhaling)
Stop, oh god.
(Kelly laughing)
Why is everyone gross?
- Hey, group hug, huh?
- No, that's okay.
You know what?
- No!
- Time to go, time to go.
- Please stop!
- Check, please.
- Get away.
- [Man] The Honorable Judge Smails
will now hear the case of Holly Miller.
(ominous orchestral music)
(judge exhales)
(judge sniffs)
(gavel bangs)
- [Judge] Bitch.
- Don't worry, I have
our wedding song on CD,
and his favorite little black dress.
- If all else fails, just
tell him you're bisexual,
and super into threesomes with
girls named Jessica, okay?
(both laughing)
- You're so gross.
Hopefully it won't come to that.
- Be good.
We'll see you.
- Be nice to Kelly, okay?
- Of course.
- Okay.
- I'll call you tomorrow.
- Okay bye.
Be good.
Don't break up.
- Are you ready?
- Let's do it.
- Okay.
(upbeat electronic music)
I find
(Tom sighs)
- So I'm sorry for asking questions
I probably already know the answers to,
but what is it exactly that you do?
- I'm a high-paid escort
at a gentleman's club.
(Tom laughing)
I'm an account executive
at a cosmetic company.
But it's a long trip, so go ahead
and ask as many questions as you want.
- Well, you and my
sister seem really close.
I'm glad she has such a good friend.
- Yeah, I feel the same way.
It's almost like we're sisters,
you know, related in some way.
So, tell me what Jessica's like.
- She's beautiful.
You know, she's the type of girl
that when she walks in a room,
everyone stops and stares.
- But what is she like?
- What do you mean?
- Like, is she funny, caring, smart?
- I guess, why?
- Well, she just must
be something special,
if you're driving all the
way up north to see her.
- She is.
What about you?
Someone special?
- I was married once.
But it's kind of a distance between us.
- Oh, sorry.
- Yeah.
Still holding out hope, though.
He may come around.
Just let me know when you
want me to drive, okay?
- No problem.
I'm good for a while.
- So, you ready for me to take the wheel?
- Actually, do you mind if
we just stop ahead up here?
I need a coffee.
- Yeah.
- Ah, yeah, I'll pay for it this time.
This go round.
(car doors closing)
So, I guess I can get the door for you,
but you just keep getting in my way.
- [Kelly] Sorry.
- It's good coffee,
though, so, I needed it.
- Hey.
- [Tom] Huh?
- There's a wishing well over there.
- All right.
- Do you mind if we go take a look?
- Sure, let's do it.
(solemn piano music)
- Hey, come here.
I love wishing wells.
This one actually looks
exactly like the one
that my husband and I saw
in Ireland on our honeymoon.
I'd given him a penny to drop in,
and just before he dropped it in,
he stops, and he goes, "I
don't need to make a wish,
"because all of my wishes
already came true."
- Wow.
He sounds like a really good guy.
- Yeah.
Make a wish.
(penny plopping)
What'd you wish for?
- Now, if I tell you, it won't come true.
Isn't this how this whole thing works?
- Well, be sure to tell me when it does.
- Wow, I just had like major deja vu.
- Yeah, me too.
- Hmm.
Let's get going.
- Looks like a storm's coming.
(light music)
(waves crashing)
Your sister tells me you were
quite the surfer in your day.
- Yeah, it used to mean the world to me.
You know when you catch the
right wave at the right angle,
it's like capturing the
perfect moment in time.
- If something meant that much to me,
I wouldn't give it up
for anything, or anyone.
- Can I ask you a question?
Do people change?
- I think it's possible, but
you need true motivation.
- Like what?
- Oh, I don't know. (sighs)
Maybe love?
- Look at that guy.
See him glide down the side of that?
- Yeah.
- [Tom] You just can't beat it.
- It's beautiful.
You know what would happen
to me if I tried that?
(blows raspberry)
- Okay, so that coffee
gave me a second wind.
- Listen, do you mind if I pop in a CD?
I'm old school.
- No, go ahead.
- I know this is dorky, but this song
really means a lot to me.
It's about two lovers who are separated,
but they find comfort
knowing that they're sleeping
underneath the same moon.
- Oh I like that, it's
like me and Jessica.
- No!
- No, what?
- I mean, ow, Tom, my hair's
stuck, this really hurts!
- Let me see.
Let me try to open the CD.
- Shit!
- You know what, it's
jammed, I can't, I can't.
- Tom this really hurts!
- [Tom] Okay, I have a
knife or a pair of scissors.
- [Kelly] Tom, what?!
- I got 'em!
- What?!
- Don't hate me for this!
- No no no no no! (gasps)
(Kelly squeaks)
(Tom sighs)
- It's not so bad.
I mean... (sighs)
(horn honking)
Okay, so they're gonna reset the computer
and give the CD player a haircut.
We're gonna be outta
here in about an hour.
- Well, let's hope they do a better job
than you did on mine.
Oh, God.
- [Tom] I'm sorry about that.
Okay, look, I was, I
didn't know what to do,
I panicked, okay?
You were hurting, and I didn't want
the CD player to scalp
you, so I didn't know.
- But you hate short hair!
I mean, I hate short hair.
(Tom sighs)
- Listen, we'll stop at the
salon on the way outta here,
we'll get it fixed, it'll look fine.
- What do you think, darlin'?
- It's short.
- How about you, boyfriend?
You've gotta look at it.
- [Tom] Oh, I'm not her boyfriend.
I think it looks short.
(Kelly sighs)
(Kelly groans)
(light music)
(whistling and vocalizing)
You ever see "Edward Scissorhands?"
I'm gonna pull in here.
I need to use the bathroom,
you need anything?
- [Kelly] Do they sell wigs?
- Come on, you look fine.
(phone ringing)
- Hi.
- How'd it go?
Did he propose yet? (laughing)
- No, so far it's been a disaster.
The car tried to eat my hair, and then
I got a bowl cut from
a small-town chop shop.
- What?
- I'll fill you in later.
What's all the noise?
- I'm on my way to an interview right now.
(horn honking)
(tires squealing)
Oh my god!
Some old goat just cut me off.
I have to go!
Okay, I'm on a mission. (laughs)
Wear that little black dress, yeah.
Okay, bye.
Nice driving, weirdo!
Where are you going in such a hurry?
I'm so sorry, I didn't
know there was a sale
on Viagra today!
(man moans)
(man groans)
That works every time.
- [Man] Next interview, please.
(ominous music)
(man sighs)
- [Kelly] Oh, this looks cute.
(waves crashing)
- So, my room's down this way.
- All right.
I think this is me.
Oh, a shower will feel so good right now.
- Hey, it looked like
there was a pretty nice
restaurant downstairs, with a piano bar.
You want to go to dinner there later?
- Sure.
I'll meet you there in an hour?
- Sounds good.
(light pop music)
Can we drink, can we sing
Further into the ether we go
Can we drink, can we sing
Further into the ether we go
Can we drink, can we sing
Further into the ether we go
Can we drink, can we sing
Further into the ether we go
I'm close to night's misleading
And old papers I've been reading
Jaundiced and ripped
(thunder rumbling)
And needing
To find something
that fails to bore me
While you ignore me
Cause I don't want to leave this
(Kelly gasps)
- Oh my god.
I am so sorry!
I am so sorry.
- My dress!
My dress.
- Oh my god.
What can I do, miss?
- Well, you wear that well.
- Oh, what a disaster!
- [Waiter] What can I do?
Is there anything I can do?
- You know what?
I'm just gonna go to my room.
- No no no no, listen.
Go change, meet me back here.
How much worse can it get?
- [Waiter] I'm sorry.
(thunder rumbling)
(rain pattering)
(Tom groans)
(Kelly laughs)
(Tom laughs)
- Tom.
I'm so sorry.
- For what?
- For everything.
I feel like me coming along on this trip
was a terrible idea.
- Stop.
Actually, I've had a lot of fun with you.
(gentle music)
You're looking at a guy who's
been in a coma for 11 months.
I mean.
(Kelly sighs)
- What's going on?
- Actually, I told him to play it.
(man humming)
When times get hard
I try to tell myself
That your not that far
After all, after all
My heart's still beating
- [Tom] Let's dance.
- Right now?
- Sure, why not?
Don't you worry about the distance
Please don't give this no resistance
- It's rainy, I know.
- Yeah, my hair's short.
It's gonna take some getting used to.
- I think it looks really good.
Not a fan of short hair,
but it works for you.
Sleeping under the same moon tonight
- So, have you talked to Jessica?
- Who?
- You know, Jessica?
Looking at the
- I left her a message.
Same blue sky
'Cause if it's supposed to happen
Baby, it'll happen
It'll happen, just give it time
And I realize that we'll be
Sleeping under the same moon tonight
(man humming)
It's like I went to the beach
Went for a swim, leisurely
And suddenly my head is so deep
- You're a good dancer.
My head is under
- I feel like we've danced
to this song before.
- Yeah, I get that a lot.
But no one can help me
Makes me realize that
something I love so much
Could be so dangerous
My heart is pounding
But I'm not drowning
I'll sit and wait patiently, because
Then I realize that we'll be
Sleeping under the same moon tonight
The sun will rise, and we'll be
Looking at the same blue sky
'Cause if it's supposed to happen
Baby it'll happen, it'll happen
Just give it time
Then I realize that we'll be
Sleeping under the same moon tonight
- Something about being with you
makes me feel very comfortable.
- Is that a good thing?
- [Tom] It's a very good thing.
- Thank you for the dance, Thomas Miller.
- We should get out of this rain.
(both laughing)
(waves crashing)
(acoustic guitar music)
Been treading water
And no one came
The land, so far away
And my horizon
Is rising chrome
This day, so overgrown
- [Kelly] I want all
your wishes to come true.
Stay away
(church bells ringing)
- [Minister] Dearly beloved,
we are here in the presence
of God to witness and bless the union
of this man and this
woman in holy matrimony.
Will you, Tom, have Kelly for your wife?
(Tom groaning)
(Tom exhales)
(Tom laughs)
(Tom sighs)
- Okay.
(waves crashing)
(gentle music)
(Tom clearing throat)
Okay if I join you?
- Sure.
Why are you awake?
- I woke up, light was
beaming through the curtains.
Got up to adjust 'em.
Saw you out here.
Are you okay?
- I don't know.
I guess.
- Anything I can do?
I mean, I know you don't really know me,
but if it helps to talk
about it, I'm all ears.
I couldn't fall asleep.
I've got a lot on my mind.
Got a lot of nervous energy.
- I'm just sad.
I really miss my husband, and I don't know
if he's ever gonna come back.
I never even got to say goodbye.
I just, I wish things
could have been different.
I feel like I failed him.
We were gonna have a baby, and I lost it.
I was pregnant when we got married,
and I always wondered if
he would have married me
if it weren't for the baby.
(waves crashing)
I just feel really alone.
Whenever I was afraid, or upset,
he would cover me up and
wrap his arms around me,
and tell me that
everything's gonna be okay.
(clearing throat)
- Hey, everything is gonna be okay.
Hey, you ready?
- Yeah.
It's so beautiful, don't you think?
- Yeah, I do.
- You okay?
- Yeah, I'm ready, let's go.
- [Kelly] You wanna drive?
- [Tom] No, I'll let you drive.
- [Kelly] Oh, kinky.
(light music)
- Well, I'm glad you got a haircut.
Kinda starting to look like
Owen Wilson. (laughing)
- Yeah, wow!
(Kelly laughing)
Hey, you look kinda tired.
Nap if you want.
I'm an excellent driver.
Yeah, I'm an excellent driver.
That's supposed to be Rain Man.
I love that movie.
- Yeah, me too.
You're full of surprises.
I see why my sister likes you.
Kind of a nutty, nutjob too. (laughing)
- Yeah, I guess so.
She's next level though.
I could tell you some stories.
- Oh, you don't have to. (laughing)
(radio changing stations)
(acoustic guitar music)
- Oh yes!
Yes, please, thank you.
- What are you doing?
- I dedicate this song to you.
- Me?
- I don't think you're ready.
It's about to go off.
Duh doesn't do the things you do
Always having some issues
Always talk about what he'll do
But his actions never come through
No, I don't think we should do this
No, I don't want to give you no time
And no, I don't want to meet your mama
Don't want you steppin'
all over my grind
(Kelly laughing)
I don't want to get sentimental
I don't care what is on your mind
(both laughing)
Oh man, baby
Oh man, baby
That's you.
- There is one way to sing this song.
- Do it.
A bro's a man ho
hanging out the window
Always puttin' on some kinda show
But if that bro booty looks fine to me
I'm gonna pinch off
some of that heinie
- Ho!
What was, did you just pinch my butt?
- Nope nope nope,
I was snapping, and then my
finger, it hit your butt.
- You pinched my butt.
- No no no no, I was snapping.
No no no no.
No no no no no.
(body thudding)
(Kelly screaming)
(tires squealing)
Did I just hit someone?
- It was like a body wrapped
in a tent, or something.
(Tom groans)
(mysterious music)
Oh no.
- Is that a person?
- What is that?
- Is that normal?
- That's not normal for a
healthy, grown elephant.
- Does rigor mortis set in that quickly?
- I don't know.
What do you think he was
doing before we hit him?
Stay there, I'm gonna touch him.
- No, no.
(Tom shouting)
- What the hell?
- [Kelly] My god.
- Who would do that?
- That is messed up.
- [Tom] Oh my god, I thought
we killed Gene Simmons.
(car starting)
(man laughing)
- [Man] Suckers!
(Tom groans)
- Okay, so that happened.
No signal.
So we can't call the cops and
we are miles from anywhere.
- This is unbelievable!
Nothing's going right.
I wake up from a coma, and I have
the possibilities of
something good happening,
and it's just one thing after another.
It sucks!
You know, I should have
just flown up there.
I thought driving would be a good idea,
and it's been nothing but a nightmare.
- I had my hair torn off.
My things are in that car, all my clothes.
I'm gonna miss my meeting.
You know, maybe you weren't
supposed to go up there.
From what I hear, Jessica sounds
like a pretty awful person
who hurt you really badly.
Why would you want to be
with somebody like that?
You deserve so much better.
- Come on.
What about you?
- Me?
- Yeah, sittin' around
waiting for Mr. Wonderful.
- You know what?
I'm not so sure he's
so wonderful after all.
Besides, that's not the same thing.
- You know what?
You can do better than that jerk.
He bailed on you, and that's stupid.
You're pretty, you're smart, you're funny.
You can have anyone you want.
How much longer are you gonna
wait for that jerk, anyways?
- I don't know.
I don't know.
(somber music)
(Tom sighs)
- Yeah.
I can't believe this.
Nobody's stopping.
We're gonna die of dehydration out here.
- You know, I told you to stop
and pick up a hitchhiker yesterday,
and you said he's
probably a serial killer.
Now it's what they're thinking about us.
- We're not serial killers.
- Yeah, he probably wasn't either.
- Yeah.
You're right.
You know, you kind of
look like a serial killer.
(Tom laughs)
What are you doing?
Oh watch out, here we go.
Here we go.
- [Man] You guys okay, you need a ride?
- Yes, thank you, sir.
- What are you guys doing out here?
You guys hikers?
You don't look like hikers.
Are you thirsty?
- [Tom And Kelly] Yes.
- Well, there's a couple of waters
underneath the seat
right there, if you want.
- Yes.
Oh, that's good.
Thank you so much.
- [Driver] You're welcome.
- We're actually not hikers.
We had our car stolen,
and then they left us stranded.
- That sounds just like
the Benson brothers.
Those guys, they run out of things to do,
they get bored.
They're all done tipping over cows,
and teepeeing farmhouses.
They don't know what else to
do but go for a little joyride.
- So they steal cars for fun?
- More like they borrow 'em.
They take 'em for a little while,
and then they just drop 'em off somewhere.
They know if they actually stole it,
the sheriff would lock 'em up.
Which one did they get you guys with?
The scarecrow, or the SOS dummy.
- I don't know, I think the scarecrow.
I guess.
- You're so lucky.
The SOS dummy, shit would have
been splattered everywhere.
- Yeah, that is lucky.
That's disgusting.
- Look!
There's our car.
- [Tom] And it is!
- [Driver] Yep, there it
is, that's their work.
(Kelly sighs)
(car beeping)
- Okay.
Ah, keys are here.
(car starting)
It started.
Everything's here?
- Yeah, we got everything.
- Thank you, sir.
- Thank you so much.
- You're welcome, no problem.
You be careful now.
It's really nice to see a
married couple get along so well.
I think you two will last.
Have you guys been married a long time?
- Too long.
- Too long.
(Tom laughing)
That's funny.
Okay look, I'm really sorry
about the things I said earlier.
I was out of line, I
didn't mean those things.
I was just frustrated.
- Yeah, me too.
I'm sorry I called you
a candy-assed jerkwad.
- No, you didn't call me that.
You called me an asshole.
- Well, I'm sorry.
And I'm sorry I called
you a raging buffoon.
- But yeah, asshole.
- Oh yeah.
- Friends?
- Besties.
I'm Besty Betty.
- Ah, jeez.
Okay, let's get outta here.
Oh what?
- I think we have a flat.
- A friggin' flat.
- Can you pop the trunk?
- Huh?
- Don't worry, let the expert handle it.
- [Tom] What're you doin'?
- Okay.
- Okay.
- All right, can you grab the donut?
- Donuts are tasty.
- You know what?
Why don't you go sit in the car?
I got it.
(Tom sighs)
- You know, I have a little
bit of cell service here.
I could call AAA.
You don't have to do this.
- Don't worry about it.
I'll have it done in no time.
- Manly thing.
- Yeah.
- [Tom] You've done this before, yeah?
- Well, when you're married
to a guy who isn't handy,
you kinda gotta learn these things.
(Tom laughing)
- Hey?
(Tom laughs)
Looks like I have something
in common with him.
I'm not much of a mechanic, myself.
- Oh, maybe I can teach you sometime.
- Hey?
I just might take you up on that.
- Okay.
- Hey, I'm just kiddin', go back to it.
(Kelly laughing)
- Okay.
I think we are in business.
- Yeah, I think you might need this.
- Oh, thank you.
- Kinda, yeah.
Hey, that was impressive.
- Yeah, my dad was a car nut.
I learned how to do an
oil change when I was six.
- That's pretty awesome.
Jessica has no idea what a jack is,
let alone knowing how to use one.
- Yeah, well, maybe I should
take a cue from Jessica.
Seems to be working for her.
- I think you're just fine as you are.
Being you has its advantages.
- Hey, did you mean what you said earlier,
when you told me that I'm pretty?
(Tom clearing throat)
(Kelly gasping)
(both laughing)
Oh no!
- Yeah, I meant it.
Uh-huh, let's get outta here.
(insects chirping)
(owl hooting)
(Kelly inhales)
- Oh, what is it now?
- The road's closed for
construction at night.
I checked the map, and it's like 100 miles
to go any other way.
I don't know, I guess
we're gonna have to find
a place to stay around here.
Our adventure with the scarecrow
ate up a chunk of time.
- Where are we gonna stay?
I haven't seen a sign for a
motel or anything for a while.
- I don't know, I saw sign a
while back for a campground,
you know, log cabins and stuff.
I don't know, there probably aren't
a lot of choices right now.
- I mean, I guess that's gonna have to do.
I'm actually really hungry.
I hope they have food.
I'm kind of scared of campgrounds.
Well, bears, actually.
- Bears?
Well, there probably aren't
many around right now,
they have the whole forest.
We'll be all right.
Let's do this.
(bird hooting)
So I think we're in the right spot.
- Yeah, I think so.
- Hey buddy, come on in.
- All right, gonna go on in.
- Good luck.
(bird hooting)
- [Ranger] How ya doin'?
- I'm good, so we're
looking for a place to stay,
maybe some food?
- Our restaurant just closed,
but I tell you what, I
got some burritos for you.
Let me find 'em, here, there you go.
A couple of greasy burritos.
- Sounds good, yeah.
(insects chirping)
- Cabins are all full, but I got a tent.
It's a honeymoon suite.
And it's really nice, it's
up here in Lover's Lane.
It's got a single bed.
It's got fluffy pillows.
Nice, fluffy blankets, that
are really nice and cozy.
I think you'll like it.
We'll even throw in something
really even special.
The hero package.
Oh yeah.
- Okay what's the hero package?
- Well, let me tell you, the hero package,
you ready for this?
That hero package, all right?
You get her all ready to go.
I mean look at her, how
pretty she is, all right.
You get her all nice and cozy
and comfortable, all right,
and I'll be outside and I'll be the bear.
Okay, you see all the
signs, beware of the bear?
- Yeah.
- Well, I'll be the bear
and I'll get everything all rustled,
and I'll make the noises, and everything.
When you hear that, you come on outside.
And then when you come outside,
and you see me, I'll take off.
You turn around and go
back in, be the big stud,
and be the hero.
(bird howling)
- Really, does that work?
- Oh yeah.
Oh yeah, every time, look at her.
She's ready.
She wants you.
Okay, you just, you gotta do this.
- You know it's okay.
- Let me tell you, you need to do this,
this is the hero package, you're a hero.
Look at her.
- Yeah, I know.
- She likes you, she's a pretty thing.
- I see where you're coming from,
but it's okay, you don't have to do it.
- Okay, you need to think about it.
- That's all right, I'm
gonna take the burritos.
- All right, well, you have a good night.
- Yeah.
I'm gonna go, and thank
you for everything.
- You got it, all right, all right.
Be safe out there.
- Thank you.
- Watch out for them bears.
- Yeah, thank you.
- All right. (chuckles)
(car door dinging)
- Okay, so I think we're all set.
Interesting guy. (chuckles)
(Kelly gasping)
- Hey darlin'.
- Hi.
- Didn't I just see you lookin' at my legs
as I was coming up here?
Aww, just teasin'.
(both laughing)
Naw, I just want to make
sure you guys are safe,
and you know, from all them bears.
You know, we're all on the front lines
taking care of everybody
here, you civilians,
and you know, it's not an easy job.
- Aren't you just a park ranger?
- Well, government official.
You know, the Navy Seals, Marines,
they come to me for training.
So, you know, you gotta just understand
that it's a different
life out here, you know.
But hey, how about a kiss?
(bird hooting)
Oh, nah, just kiddin', got you again.
Hey, if this guy's not doin' his job,
you know where to find me.
If he ain't givin' you the you-know-what,
then you come knock on my
cabin, I'll take care of you.
You guys have a safe night.
Take care, spunky.
- The you-know-what?
Can you believe this guy?
What a nut!
I can't believe he was hittin' on you
right in front of me.
- Oh I don't know, I
think he'd kinda cute.
I do love a man in uniform.
- You're sick.
Sick sick sick sick.
(insects chirping)
- God, those burritos were so good.
I was starving.
You know, those burritos might be
the best thing I ever tasted.
You know, this is really
beautiful, for a tent.
- Yeah, sorry about this.
The tent and one bed.
I'm gonna make a bed just over here.
- Actually, I'm kinda scared of the bears.
It is a little chilly.
I think you should just
sleep in the bed, too.
Nothing funny, just two friends,
camping out, keeping safe and warm.
- Okay, I mean, I guess that's okay.
We're friends, right?
We both have significant others,
or significant maybes,
or something like that.
So, yeah let's go ahead.
- Okay, oh sorry.
- This is nice.
- I actually am a little chilly.
Do you mind if I move closer?
- No, that's fine.
I mean, we should, we
can, we must, stay warm.
(gentle music)
(creature growling)
(twigs snapping)
- Oh my god, it's a bear.
Yep, definitely a bear.
Okay, I'm scared.
- You know what?
It's fine, I'm gonna handle this.
- Wait, what?
- I'm gonna handle this.
- You cannot go out there.
(tense music)
- Don't worry, I got this.
- What are you doing?
Are you nuts?
Come back here!
- Get outta here!
Go, get going!
Get going, bear!
I'm a coming now, get going!
(bear growling)
(Tom screaming)
It's a bear.
That was a bear.
- Don't worry, I got this.
- What are you doing?
(bear growling)
(banging dishes)
- No, not today!
Not today!
- Yes!
That was one crazy bear.
(Tom groans)
- [Tom] Crazy.
- Wow, I guess we'd better get some sleep.
I feel so much warmer now.
Good night.
- Crazy.
(bird hooting)
That was a real bear.
It was a real furry bear.
(birds chirping)
- You're really quiet this morning.
- Sorry, I'm just getting kinda nervous.
The big moment's almost here.
- Yeah, big moment.
- So, do you think you and
your ex will get back together?
- Stranger things have happened.
- [Tom] I don't know, I just
want to see you with someone
who's gonna make you happy.
Hey, on your honeymoon, what
was your wish at the well?
- Sorry.
Actually, I wished that our first child
would be born happy and healthy.
- [Tom] I'm sorry to bring up tough times.
- What about you, Tom?
You want kids some day?
- [Tom] I don't know, you know,
with everything that's going on right now,
I haven't given it much thought, but
under the right circumstances,
I wouldn't rule it out.
Hey, you want one?
- [Kelly] It's 8:00 in the morning.
Why not?
(Kelly coughing)
- Hey, you okay?
(Kelly coughing)
- [Kelly] Do these have peanuts in them?
- Yeah, why?
- I'm allergic to peanuts.
You know that!
- No, I didn't.
- Tom!
- [Tom] Oh my god.
Oh my god!
Okay, just hang in there, I'm
gonna get to a hospital, okay?
(tense music)
- Your girlfriend will be fine.
We just gave her a shot of adrenaline,
and we're gonna keep her
overnight for observation.
Peanut allergies can
just be a little tricky.
- She's not my--
- Excuse me?
- Can I see my girlfriend, now?
Is that?
- Yeah, go ahead and go right in here.
- Thank you.
Are you okay?
We've gotta stop meeting like this.
- I'm allergic to peanuts.
- So I hear.
- Look, Tom.
Sorry I ruined everything.
- No, you didn't.
- Good luck with Jessica.
I really want you two to be happy.
- You do?
- Isn't that what you want?
When you get back to San Diego,
I'd really like to talk to you, okay?
- About what?
- I want to tell you about my husband.
- I want to talk to you
too, about something.
(knocking on door)
- Sorry, we just need some blood.
- I'll be fine, I'll be out tomorrow.
Go do what you have to do.
- Are you sure?
- I'll be fine, Tom.
- Take care, Betty.
- It's Kelly.
- I know.
(somber music)
I've been hurting
Love is blind
You can't see me right
in front of your eyes
I've been watching
I've been yearning
- Does Jessica know I'm here?
That's what I'm learning
When all felt hopeless
You still carried me
Be there for me
But on this journey just
share with me the memories
Come on babe, remember
Just tell me that you do
Come on babe, remember
Ooh ooh ooh
Baby, when the light's off
You can hear my heart stop
We can fall like raindrops
gently kissing sidewalk
Come on babe, remember
Ooh ooh ooh
I've been waiting
Quite some time
For you to wake up, my sunshine
I've been pacin', hands been tied
I'm unstable
Just say you're mine
When I get impatient
Just lift me on my feet
And on this journey
Just sing to me, so soft and sweet
Come on babe, remember
Ooh ooh ooh
Come on babe, remember
Just tell me that you do
Baby, when the light's off
You can hear my heart stop
We can fall like raindrops
Gently kissing sidewalk
Come on babe, remember
Ooh ooh ooh
I've been waiting
Quite some time
Hoping one day I'll be on your mind
- [Tom] Hey.
- Hi.
- [Tom] Thanks.
- Thomas Miller, as I live and breathe.
- Gosh Jess, you look, you look great.
- Oh, thank you.
(clearing throat)
All good?
- Yeah, I'm a little dizzy.
I'll be fine, let's go inside.
- [Jessica] Sure.
- [Tom] There you go.
(light jazz music)
(crowd murmuring)
- [Jessica] And the work has
been spectacular, I'm so happy.
I mean, yeah, it's really good.
- Great, so what else is new?
- Yeah, so I've been
with the local network,
WTC here, for four years.
And I've been doing a morning show
and it's really fantastic.
I mean, everybody loves the show,
and yeah, this one year we had a bus,
and my face was on the
bus for like a whole year.
Everybody got to know me,
it was really rewarding.
- That's great, sounds like the
town really agrees with you.
- Oh my god, I love it here, it's great.
It's, yeah.
What about you?
What have you been up to
for the last five years?
- Well, that's the thing.
I don't know.
I was in a car accident.
It was really bad.
I was in a coma for 11 months.
- Wow.
- And when I woke up, it felt like 2013,
except it was 2018.
- Crazy.
So what's the last thing you remember?
(Tom sighs)
- Going to the jewelry
store, to pick up a ring.
- [Waiter] Excuse me, let me go ahead
and get you two some more water.
Can I get you anything else to drink?
Possibly some wine, champagne, cocktails.
- I'll do a glass of cab.
- [Waiter] Cabernet, of
course, not a problem.
Coming up for you.
Can I get you anything else to drink?
Cocktail, wine, champagne?
- Whatever she's having is fine.
- [Waiter] All right, two
cabernet, coming right up.
- Thank you.
Are you sure you're okay?
You don't look so good.
- [Waiter] Cabernet, two for you.
- Oh thank you.
- [Waiter] Here's two
glasses of cabernet for you.
Please enjoy.
- Sorry,
I'm fine.
A toast.
To new beginnings.
- I'll drink to that.
(crowd murmuring)
Yeah, you wanna come in?
I live upstairs.
- Good little work out, huh?
- Especially after that dinner.
That was nice, thank you for that.
Nice restaurant.
Come on in.
- Wow, this is really nice.
- Oh thank you, you like it?
Thank you.
- Yeah.
- My little paradise.
Well, yeah.
Why don't you make yourself comfortable?
- Sure.
- I've got a great bottle of pinot noir,
you still like pinot noir, right?
- Yes, I do.
I'll just look around, check it out.
This is pretty great.
- Thanks.
- Very nice.
So you like it here, huh?
- [Jessica] Yeah, I love it.
- Thank you.
- My pleasure.
Cheers, and thank you for dinner, Tom.
- Yeah, my pleasure.
(clearing throat)
Look, Jessica I have something to ask you.
- Sure, go ahead.
- What happened?
- What do you mean?
- To us.
- Oh, that.
- Yeah, that.
- Well, I was young and afraid.
- Afraid of what?
- I was afraid of you being my last.
I was afraid of not dating anybody else,
of not ever having that first kiss.
- But you married the other guy.
- I was young and stupid.
Now I'm mature and I know what I want.
- Make a wish.
- What's wrong?
- Can I use your bathroom?
- Sure.
It's right there.
Down the corridor.
(Tom exhaling)
(waves crashing)
(water running)
- There's a chick.
It's just, it's a little complicated.
- This one actually looks
exactly like the one
that my husband and I saw
in Ireland on our honeymoon.
I want all your wishes to come true.
- Kelly, it's always been Kelly.
(knocking on door)
- Coming.
- [Man] Hey.
- Hey.
- Hey, you look amazing.
- [Jessica] What are you doing here?
- I was just by the gym, and I thought
I'd stop by and see my girl.
- You can't right now, can
I please call you later?
I'm in the middle of some.
- Why are you pushing me off like this?
- Can you please go?
I'm in the middle of something here.
You can call me later, okay?
- [Man] In the middle of something.
- [Jessica] Babe babe.
- Whoa whoa.
- You need to go, Eric, please.
- What's, what's going on?
- Is this your husband?
No no no no, if you won't
tell him, then I will.
- [Jessica] Eric, please.
It's not what you think.
- Your wife and I are in love.
I'm sorry you have to hear it from me,
but I'm tired of screwing
around behind your back.
- No, I'm not her husband.
Jessica, I thought you were divorced.
- I might have exaggerated a bit.
- So who the hell are you?
- Someone who's just leaving.
- Wait Tom, please?
Please, I'm sorry, my life is
really complicated right now.
I want to explain it to you, and I want to
make it up to you, because I
want us to have a fresh start.
- You know what?
I can't.
I'm in love with someone else.
- What?
And you had to come all the
way here to tell me that?
- It took me coming here to realize that.
And I have you to thank for it.
Have a good life, Jessica.
(light music)
- Hello?
- Hey, you still in San Francisco?
- Actually I'm at the airport.
I'm about to board a plane home.
How did things go with Jessica?
- I'll tell you about it when I see you.
Hey, we really need to talk.
I'm gonna take a flight out tomorrow.
- You're breaking up.
- Okay, I'll see you tomorrow.
(airplane engine roaring)
(Tom exhaling)
(ominous music)
(Tom crying)
- We are here in the presence
of God to witness and bless
the union of this man and
woman in holy matrimony.
Tom, will you have Kelly for your wife?
Will you love and comfort and keep her,
forsaking all others,
and remain true to her,
for as long as you both shall live?
- I will.
- Will you, Kelly, have
Tom to be your husband?
Will you love him, comfort and keep him,
and forsaking all others,
remain true to him,
as long as you both shall live?
- [Kelly] I will.
- [Minister] Tom has a few
words he would like to say.
(clearing throat)
- So, I know this is a bit of a surprise,
but I wrote a few things down.
Okay, I know I'm not
always great with words,
so I really wanted to make
sure I got this right.
I wanted to tell you what is obvious,
to anyone that knows you.
You are the most caring,
loving person I have ever met.
For a very long time, I gave up on love.
I even gave up on the
idea that love exists.
(clearing throat)
You, gave me the ability to dream again.
You showed me the only thing more joyful
than a young heart, is a broken one
that learns to love again.
- I'm sorry.
- What happened to us?
- At first, the doctor
said it would be best
if we introduced our marriage slowly.
But stupid me.
I wanted to see if I could make you
fall in love with me all over again.
- Why?
- I was pregnant when we got married.
We lost the baby.
(Tom crying)
- Sorry.
- I just wanted to see
if your love was real.
(Tom crying)
I wanted to tell you...
If you truly love Jessica,
you want to be together,
then I won't stand in the way.
- I came here to tell
you my wish came true.
- What wish?
- That day, at the wishing well.
I wished that by the end of the week,
I would be with a woman that I loved
for the rest of my life.
Slowly, the pieces are coming together.
You know, like a picture
coming into focus.
And as it clears, I just, all I see...
Is you.
Oh, god.
We're still married, right?
- Yes.
- Good.
(dramatic orchestral music)
- Wow.
That felt like a first kiss.
- It was.
I don't want it to be the last.
You know, the good thing
about losing your memory
for five years is I get
to fall in love with you
all over again.
I get to see how amazing
you are, all over again.
I love you.
(sentimental instrumental music)
When times get hard
I try to tell myself
That you're not that
far after all, after all
My heart's still beating
I'm still feeling
This way about you
Don't you worry about the distance
Please don't give this no resistance
Whatever's supposed to happen
Baby, it'll happen
It'll happen
Just give it time
Then I'll realize
That we'll be sleeping
under the same moon tonight
The sun will rise
And we'll be looking
at the same blue sky
If it's supposed to happen
Baby, it'll happen
It'll happen
Just give it time
Then I'll realize
That we'll be sleeping
under the same moon tonight
(man mumbling)
- Uh-oh, it's Holly.
It's Holly.
- Hi Holly.
- Tom, Tom, Tom, guess what?
I'm not gonna go to law school,
I just came up with the best job ever.
- Okay.
- Guys, you would never believe
what just happened to me.
I can't even speak, I'm so happy.
I'm a spinner.
- Oh my goodness.
She got a job.
- Doing what?
- As a spinner.
- Do I want to know what that means?
- Woo hoo!
You'll love it.
(horn honking)
Look at you go, just look at you go!