A Million Little Things (2018) s01e10 Episode Script

Christmas Wishlist

1 Previously on "A Million Little Things" You had sex with Ashley? Are you at all worried about this? He's talking about Maggie.
She ended things with me.
She's not just your ex.
Maggie's our friend.
The guys needed to know if you were up for touring.
You're standing a couple feet from the bottle and you're not drinking it.
This could be huge.
I don't know how you do it all, babe.
Launching a new restaurant, taking care of the house And reminding you to take your meds.
Which I already did.
No, you didn't.
No, I didn't.
Damn it.
I just want what's best for you.
Pretending you're not the father, I know it's unbearable.
It's got to be the hardest thing I've ever done in my life.
After all the business that Jon has thrown your way, you're just gonna, what, sit there and screw his family over? You, Jon You went through the whole thing with me, and you convinced me to live, and then you left me.
Gary, no! Morning? Another dream? Oh, man.
Regina, I cannot be held responsible for the things that I do in your dreams.
- You were kissing her.
- Who? Anika, and you were liking it.
I was? And she was liking it.
Of course she was.
But who's Anika? The pastry chef from my old catering company.
And in my dream, you two were doing some nasty things with frosting.
Oh, well, I do like frosting.
Oh, yeah, frosting.
That's my favorite.
Well, how about this? Oh, Anika does that move.
Yeah? What about this? No.
Okay.
- I know what you're trying to do.
- Mm-hmm.
It's already 9:20, and I've got to help Delilah get a Christmas tree.
And I promised Katherine that I would teach her how to make a gingerbread house Both things that can wait 7 to 10 minutes.
Five? Since when do I have to attack you? Fine.
Fine.
But tonight, I will be having my way with you sexually.
Looking forward to it, Anika.
- Dashing through the snow - So, what happened, Superman? My cape got caught in the mailbox.
It happens.
Those might be too small, T.
O'er the fields we go You should ask Santa for some new ones.
Laughing all the way How do you know how to sew, Mom? Oh, Halmoni.
When she and Halabuji came from Korea, she was a seamstress so she could make money and still be at home with me.
- What fun it is - Can I try? Sure.
- A sleighing song tonight - Okay, come sit.
Okay, you see that? - Okay, put your foot on that.
- Mm-hmm.
- Jingle all the way - Go very slo Whoa, okay.
Good job.
I know you're Santa Claus.
Santa Claus? Me? You think that Santa Claus is a real-estate attorney? Superman worked at the Daily Planet.
Oh, what fun it is to ride Dad! Hey, pal.
How you doing? Uh, I thought we said 10:00? Oh.
I'm sorry, Clark Kent.
No, I was looking for Superman.
Will you let him know that I will be back at 10:00? But we're done, right, Mom? Can I go get ready to go Christmas tree shopping? Sure.
Yes! Come on, Dad.
You're the best, Mom! Second best.
Hello-o-o, Dixon family! Who is that? I come bearing gifts.
Come forth and be delighted.
Oh, wow.
Who are you, and what have you done with my friend Gary? Yeah.
I've literally never seen you this positive.
Well, fam, I appreciate the feedback.
But I think you'll find that, this year, I'm all positive, all the time.
Which is why I got you this.
- Is it a video game? - No, Soph, it's cooler than that.
That's a thing that lets you know when you're done pulling the car into the garage.
You know, just in case you find yourself parking while blindfolded.
But I do not know how to drive.
With this, it doesn't matter.
I got you that.
And I love it.
Admittedly, some of these are regifts.
Danny, don't worry.
I didn't forget about you.
This is for you.
It's a fishing pole.
Yeah.
Take it.
Just take it, Danny.
All right, all right, all right.
Third time's the charm.
Hut! Hut, hut! Oh.
It's a football.
And a speaker.
Go long.
Here comes Coldplay.
Well, I I need a picture of this.
- Oh, wow.
- Wow.
Anyone seen my phone? Mom, what is up with you? You've been forgetting everything lately, - like your phone and your keys.
- No, I'm not.
Can you go check and see if I left it - with Ashley in the study? - Yeah.
Oh.
Finally, a use for that app that you got so that you could spy on me.
It's not spying when I'm her mother, right? Yeah.
Yeah.
Okay.
It's upstairs.
I'll be right back.
Well, thank you for coming and spreading good cheer.
How are they doing, huh? These kids of yours? Amazing.
Danny just got a used fishing pole.
Lucky fella.
What about you, huh? How are you and your pregnancy brain, or did you forget that you're pregnant? D, when are you gonna tell them, hmm? You said you were waiting for the second trimester.
And based on our "hello" hug, I would say that you are there.
I don't know.
I guess I'm just I'm worried.
It's Christmas.
It's gonna be very emotional.
Every time they look at my belly, they're gonna think of Jon.
How could they not? But that's why Merry Gary is in the house.
I'm gonna find some tape.
I'm gonna help you put the rest of these decorations up.
You do that.
And then we're gonna get ourselves a Nativity scene, sans Jesus.
And that's how we're gonna sneak your baby into this family.
Ah, that's brilliant.
Do not B.
S.
me about FTC rules when I know you break those all the time, Donny.
You knew Jon longer than I did.
Don't do this to this family.
It's almost Christmas.
Come on, Donny.
I got to go.
Oh, hi.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I don't know who Donny is, but I sure hope what we did didn't complicate things.
Don't flatter yourself.
No, I, um I just was trying to get Danny one of those build-your-own drone sets for Christmas, and they're sold out.
Well, I like where your head's at.
It's all about helping this family have an amazing Christmas, am I right? Sorry about earlier, but you are going to have plenty of Mom Time once I'm on the road with the band.
Speaking of which Whoa.
I may be compensating for having to work during Christmas.
I invented that move.
Thanks to my work guilt, our son owns approximately six million pieces of LEGO.
I think I stepped on half of them.
Oh, by the way I think he's on to us.
Did he ask you about Santa, too? I was hoping he'd hold on to his innocence another year.
Yeah, me, too.
Hey, Dad, you ready? Yeah, I'll be right out.
Hold on.
I'll have him back by 4:00.
He says he wants a piggyback ride all day.
Maybe 3:30.
Oh, no, no, no, no.
Ignore the signs.
Everyone does.
- It's okay.
- No, I'm serious.
I make the rules around here, and there's no way that any call you get is gonna be louder than Rachel and that gum.
It's like she's chewing a never-ending steak.
Thank you, but I'm not telling anybody that I'm doing this until after I get my first scan back.
Just don't want to get anybody's hopes up.
But this is all about hope.
Half of beating this is believing that you're gonna beat it.
And half is having a support system.
Is any part of it chemo? Okay, people.
We're gonna get the biggest tree here.
How about we'd get the biggest tree that my lower back can carry.
- How about that? - Yes.
You know what? You got high ceilings and Mom's credit card.
Go for it.
Let's do this.
- Yes! I love that idea.
- Yes.
Yeah, let's do this! Whoa, that was quite the mood swing.
I thought that I was the one on anti-depressants.
Wait, we can do bits about your drugs? - I'll circle back in 10 minutes.
- Yeah.
Hey, stay together, okay? And no touching the chainsaw.
- On it.
- Good call.
- D? D? - Mm.
Get a tin of tri-colored popcorn, because the show has started.
Look at this sad sack - trying to load his sad tree - Stop it.
onto his sad car.
- Should we help him? - No.
No, Felix had his chance.
If he hadn't gambled it all away, Rhonda wouldn't have moved back to Boca.
Who am I kidding? That's me in five years.
Doesn't have to be.
Call her.
No, I can't do it.
Rhonda's still licking her wounds.
I will not do long-distance, D.
It's not fair to either of us.
I'm talking about Maggie.
I know who you're talking about, and I can tell you exactly how that conversation ends With us arguing about whether or not she's gonna fight her cancer, and I can't do it anymore.
And you know what? Rhonda agrees with me.
Mom! Look! It's fantastic! - That is not fantastic.
- Oh, no.
I'm gonna go talk him out of that.
Thank you.
Are you gonna be able to pick that up? I don't know.
That's the problem.
We're not gonna be one of those families that get a white tree.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I agree with him.
- So how are you feeling? - I'm good.
Good.
A little tired, but good.
How about you? You You excited to get back on the road? I am.
I never thought I'd have a chance to play an arena again.
I did.
Ed.
Ed.
Can we get your help, please? Yeah, come grab the middle part.
- I'll be back.
- Okay.
- Take the middle, please.
- What do we need? Oh! Oh! - D! - Oh! - You okay? - I'm fine.
- You okay? - Yeah.
Yeah, I'm fine.
Fine.
Yeah, oh, yeah.
For someone who just fell on her tush in front of all these strangers, I'm fine.
Are you sure you're okay? No, I'm good.
Let's get you back to the car.
Why? She said she's fine.
You're fine, right? Yeah.
Totally.
Let's go see the tree.
See? Why are you guys making such a big deal about it? Uh, it's nothing.
I just, you know Just, you know, I broke my ankle slipping on ice one time.
- Me, too.
- So did I.
Yeah.
Long story short, trying to get autographs at the Ice Capades, let the performers come to you.
Right? Okay.
Let's I'm Should we just throw these lights away and buy new ones? - Please.
- Here I come! Here I come.
Nobody Nobody help me.
I don't want anybody's I don't want anybody's help.
Okay.
- Get in there.
- All right.
- Yay.
- Wow.
- Look at that.
- Oh, that was smooth.
- Looks pretty great.
- Amazing.
Last year, you said it was a hazard that burned down an average of 200 homes per year.
Yeah, well, this year, I'm just thinking that.
All right, you guys.
Let's trim this tree.
Let's do it.
Yeah.
Yeah.
- That's no small feat.
- No.
Ho, ho, holy cow, it's Christmas.
- Hello, there.
- Daddy! Daddy? I haven't had kids since 1863.
What do you mean "Daddy"? Christ, the everlasting Lord Sweetie, I know this is hard.
- Late in time behold him come - No, it's fine.
It's fine.
Offspring of the virgin's womb If I go in there, she's just gonna say she doesn't want to talk about it.
Maybe I go? - Hail the incarnate deity - I live for rejection.
Pleased as man with man to dwell Hey.
Jesus, our Emmanuel Look, I know you're just trying to help, But I really don't want to talk about it.
What? I just want to make a turkey sandwich.
Want one? No, thanks.
But since we are not talking about you, mind if I talk about me? Eddie.
What? I just feel upset that I'm gonna be away for Christmas.
And now, seeing all these decorations, that's just making me more sad.
I know what you're doing.
Hmm? Oh, adding spicy mustard? Do not tell anyone.
This is my secret ingredient.
Okay, Spicy Mustard.
You're trying to tell me that it's okay to feel the way I do, and that it's normal, but I do not want to talk about it.
Great, 'cause we're here to talk about me.
And what I'm feeling is that there have been so many changes.
And now, my not being able to be with Theo for the holiday Which is really similar to me not being able to be with Dad for the holiday.
Oh, that's interesting.
So, what do you think I We should do? Not talk about it? Not talk about it.
Then what? Are we just gonna eat our sandwiches? I mean, maybe we cou bury ourselves in music.
Interesting tactic.
My guitar's in my car.
And mine is in my room.
I'll meet you in five minutes.
Deal.
Thanks.
- Hey, Regina's here! - Hey.
- What's up, mama? - Nice.
Thank you.
You're the best.
That's what's up.
It may not be frosting, but I put a little extra marshmallow in there for you.
Good.
Ooh, guys, I have to call time out here.
Daniel Dixon is this or is this not a picture of you on the potty? - Aww.
- Hey! Oh, ho - It is.
- Danny - I believe it is.
- No, no! I think it is! Hey, guys, that was the only way we got him to sit still.
- That's - Oh! That's Sophie.
Yeah, 'cause Dad would make us take a picture for an ornament every year, and that one is my favorite.
Yeah, well, let's see if it still is when we pull out yours, okay? I do not have a bad one like that.
What do you think? Yeah? Excuse me.
Ooh! Oh, you wish.
Hey.
You okay? No, I'm not okay.
I'm not okay.
I don't want to I don't want to give gifts.
I don't want to drink eggnog.
I want to know why.
Come on, Jerry! You said you had the votes.
Damn it.
If you knew everything, w-why he did it would that change anything for you? Yeah, it would, I think.
I don't know.
I know it's hard to fake it, but, like you said, the only thing that matters right now is making sure this family has a great Christmas.
Suck it up.
You're right.
You're right.
There's a 12-year-old boy out there who's stronger than me.
And he's just waiting for you to go make a joke about him sitting on the potty.
I got to get out there, and I got to poke fun at an innocent child.
If anyone can do it, it's you.
Well, it's the holidays.
It's the least I can do.
Donny, don't make any moves until I get there.
I'm gonna say something really controversial here.
Why hadn't anyone called Santa on this one work-day a year thing? Dude works one day a year? And in fairness, I just quit my job.
I'm one working day away from being black Santa Claus.
Okay.
They think we're getting decorations.
We got, like, four minutes? - What? - Let's play Beat the Clock.
Yeah, right here, right now, Black Santa.
Drop your pants.
Regina Do I have to remind you that we are here to spread Christmas cheer.
Which is exactly what I am doing, Mr.
Howard.
It's the pills.
Okay.
Hi! You made it.
I got your voicemail.
Thank you for the invite.
Why decorate my tree alone when I could have my friends do it for me, right? You're a very smart woman.
You guys, we're gonna need more lights.
We need Ah.
Oh, Maggie, you know what? We ran out of lights.
Could you maybe run back out and, um, pick up a box at the At the Christmas tree lot? Uh, two things I don't have a car, and I don't know where that is.
Oh, which is where you and your new car could come into play.
Uh He's got a new car.
Oh.
Hey, Gare, kiss her.
Well, you're under the mistletoe.
You got to kiss.
I don't make the rules.
I just enforce them.
What you call "mistletoe" is, in fact, a parasite whose seeds are spread through bird feces.
So you'll understand if I'm not inclined to pucker up.
Uh, and I decline the kiss for a host of other reasons.
And you think it's because of the medication? I think it's because of everything.
Is Is it something I'm doing? N-Not in the way you're thinking.
You're beautiful, and every part of me wants to play Beat the Clock with you.
But not every part of me can.
And I don't know I don't I don't know if it's because of the pills or if it's because I'm just not feeling like myself.
Like W-Well, what do you mean by that? T-Tell me.
Even that.
I know you're just taking care of me, and I love you for it, but at the same time, you're taking care of me.
I'm supposed to be the man.
And right now I don't feel like one.
I still got the rug burns on both my knees It's been three days since the afternoon You realized it's not my fault, not a moment too soon Yesterday, you'd forgiven me And now I sit back and wait till you say you're sorry Chickity China, the Chinese chicken You have a drumstick and your brain stops tickin' Watching "X-Files" with no lights on We're dans la maison I hope the Smoking Man's in this one Like Harrison Ford, I'm getting frantic Like Sting, I'm tantric Like Like Snickers, guaranteed to satisfy F minor.
- There you go.
See? - Thanks.
But we're gonna introduce the, uh, B minor now.
- Hey, guys.
- Hey.
- Okay, so - Eddie, can I, um, ask you to help me reach something in the kitchen? Yeah, sure.
Keep going, Soph.
I don't think we should panic.
I mean, a little spotting doesn't mean - that there's necessarily a problem.
- But you You fell.
So we're gonna get you to the doctor.
I just I don't want the kids today to D, we're going.
Brr! Uh what's going on? Is everything all right? Hey, guys.
Your mom forgot to, uh, - pick up the sparkling apple juice.
- Yeah.
Just another thing I've been forgetful about.
But Aunt Regina and Uncle Rome are here.
And that apple juice, we just Sparkling apple juice Are you kidding me? Yeah, we need that.
Uh, not helping.
So, uh, Soph, keep practicing, Danny, keep decorating, and your mom and I will be back before you know it.
- Go.
- Bye.
Bye.
Okay? Got to have that sparkling apple cider, 'cause it's juice.
It's juice? Stop.
It's juice.
- Okay.
- My mouth's watering.
We got margaritas for the adults Yeah, I'll take that one.
Thank you.
Mm-hmm.
And virgin margarita for the young adults.
Oh, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
Let's make sure we got the right glasses.
All is calm Yeah, good catch.
- Here you go.
- Hey, hold up.
We need umbrellas and bendy straws.
- Ah! - Yes.
We do.
- Yeah.
I'll get 'em.
- We do.
- You know what? Honestly, I don't think I could even do a margarita without an umbrella.
It just makes sense.
Hey, didn't Mom and Eddie go to get sparkling apple juice? Yeah.
Got to have the sparkling apple juice.
'Tis the reason for the season.
Yeah, but there's, like, four bottles here.
No.
No, no, n-not No, sparkling apple cider, you know, not the juice.
The juice is disgusting.
Don't drink the juice.
What's you doing, babe? I'm I'mma go with you.
- Yep.
- Let me see it.
That was weird.
Yeah.
Oh, my God.
What is it? I'm on the tracking app, and it says that Mom's at Boston General.
What? I'm I'm sure it's fine, but I'm gonna go check it out, okay? - You have to stay here.
- I'll go with you.
No, you have to cover for me.
- Okay.
- Okay.
You're absolutely sure that D wants just Just white lights? Uh, the lights that match the rest of the tree? Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's what she wants.
Okay, that man is older than Christmas, - and he just pulled out his checkbook.
- Yeah.
- Let's do this.
- Yeah.
Beep, beep.
Okay, then.
Okay, great.
Beep, beep.
Good job, Honey.
"Beep, beep"? This is unbelievable.
Are you seeing this? I see what your eyes see, and I also cannot believe it.
Uh, excuse us.
- Sorry, uh - Hi.
All we have is this one sad little box of Christmas lights, so would you mind if we jumped over you there? I would, actually.
Sorry.
Uh, we're in a bit of a rush.
Wow.
That's Because we probably wouldn't have picked this line if we had known that all of Aisle 3 was gonna cut in front of us.
Hey, you know what? Maybe they're opening their own Christmas tree lot.
Like, a satellite office.
Like they're franchising.
For your information, this is my husband.
Oh.
Well, I'm happy for you that you found each other.
Aww, what you have seems so special.
What you are doing is total crap.
Excuse me? Well, it's just that, on Earth, - the planet that we're on - Here.
Yeah, there's, like, a way to do things.
Yes.
On this planet, we have what we call a a social contract.
Not that it's any of your business, but I'm actually feeling a little under the weather, so I'd like to get home.
- Aww.
- Aww.
Got a little sniffle? Oh, my gosh, that's terrible.
I am so It must be going around.
Yeah, you know what's not going around? - Huh? Ah! - Breast cancer.
And yet we both have it.
Very rare in men, but I got it.
- But it's more common in women.
- It is.
Right.
Still kind of weird, 'cause I got it twice.
And yet you don't see us cutting in line with a pallet of Christmas.
No, you don't.
- Go ahead.
- Aww.
- Bryce, what are you doing? - I'm so sorry.
- Thank you.
- So sorry.
It's very, very sweet.
Feliz Navidad.
Very nice.
What a gentleman.
They're gonna have problems tonight.
- Okay.
- Did Halmoni teach you how to do this, too? My mom would never let me play with my food.
This is Auntie Regina.
Are we putting up the gutters or eating the gutters? I'm just cutting it to size, Mom.
Colored lights and candy canes Mmm.
Practical and delicious.
A crackling fire calls out your name It's really hard getting older.
It is.
What do you find hard? I don't like that my boots don't fit anymore.
And it's not just that.
There's so many changes happening.
Close to the one I love the most There are.
They can be tough.
Holly hung with mistletoe You have any ideas what we should do about it? Silver packages with bright red bows Maybe we should ask Santa.
Ask the children, they all know I think that's a great idea.
This one is way too long.
Hey.
- It's gonna be okay.
- Mm-hmm.
Thanks for being here with me.
Of course.
Mm.
What? It's just, um When Theo was born, with my drinking, I wasn't there.
So as crazy as this situation is, I get a chance to do what I didn't do the first time.
Hello.
I'm Dr.
Ehrlich.
So, you fell on the ice and had some spotting.
I did, yes.
How far along are you? 14 weeks.
If you want to lay back there, let's see how your baby's doing.
- Okay.
- I'm gonna be outside.
No.
Stay.
You're the father.
You need to be here.
You were such a great dad today.
I just want everybody to be okay.
I think my I think my favorite was, uh, "I don't want to spend the year I have left standing in line behind you.
" Mmm.
Delicious.
Here.
Mmm, mmm.
Look at us bonding over cancer.
It's a nice change.
So friends? Yeah.
I can do friends.
I don't think you can do friends.
- I have tons of friends.
- Yeah.
I'm stupid with friends.
No, I'm talking about female friends.
I have female friends.
No, I'm talking about women who are not just your friends because they are the spouses of your guy friends.
Just eat your brittle.
Oh.
And keep it in the tin.
Come on, this is a new car.
Calm down.
The only thing better than new-car smell is peanut brittle smell.
Wow.
What is What have we here? Is this a Another one of your friends who you cannot be friends with? Screw it.
If we're gonna be friends, I can tell anything, right? - Yeah.
- Okay, great.
You remember, uh, my neighbor who accused me of stealing her paper? Mrs.
Goldfeine, the old lady with a walker? Well, she wore me down.
She wore me down, and she broke my heart, and I broke her hip.
We did it right where you're sitting.
Oh, great.
And it took me an hour and a half to get her out of the car.
Well, thank you, Mrs.
Goldfeine, 'cause this scarf is mine now.
Okay.
Good news.
The amniotic sac has not been compromised, - so your baby's fine.
- Okay.
Uh, maybe just take it easy for the next couple of days You know, avoid stress.
It's a holiday, so that should be easy, right? Right.
Okay.
I'll send the nurse in to sign you out.
Thank you, Doctor.
What'd I tell you, huh? Everything's fine.
Um, excuse me.
I'm looking for my mom, Delilah Dixon.
Oh, yeah.
Your mom is in Room 4.
She's fine.
And the baby is perfectly healthy.
Go see her.
Go see your mom.
Mom.
Oh, my God.
I was so worried.
Sophie, w-what are you doing here? I I saw on my phone that you were here, and You're pregnant? Why didn't you tell me? I was gonna tell you.
I I was just trying to find the right time, and and I wasn't I wasn't sure how you'd react.
I mean, are you kidding? It's great.
And if it's a boy, then we should name him Jon.
That's a great idea.
Oh, Mom, can we tell Danny the good news? Yes, of course.
I'm sorry.
I just I can't afford to have her hate me right now.
She just lost her dad.
Maybe when she's 20, she can hate me then, but right now, I just You did the right thing.
You should be there when she tells Danny.
Deck the halls with boughs of holly Are you eating the patio furniture? Maybe? You just brushed your teeth.
Let me get you a graham cracker, something that's not part of the foundation.
Don we now our gay apparel Hello? - Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la - Oh.
How did you get my number? Oh, wow.
No, Theo's right here.
Who is it? Santa Claus.
Uh N-No.
Sure, Santa.
He's been thinking about it.
He would like a pair of boots just like the ones Superman would wear.
Only rainproof.
Only rainproof.
Okay.
Thanks.
Tell him to say hi to Rudolph for us.
Say hi to Rudolph for us.
And one more thing.
W-What is it, Santa? When you were pregnant with Theo, I could've been better.
Katie, I'll never forgive myself for not being there.
Thanks for saying that, Santa.
Okay, Danny.
I think that's as good as it's gonna get.
- That is nice.
- Whoo.
All right.
I think she's ready.
All right, people.
Let's light this bad boy up.
Bam! All right, well, Jon usually made a speech, even though it's not really my thing, but, um I just wanted to say thank you all for today and for every other day.
Danny, Sophie, and I are really lucky to have all of you.
And this little this little nugget is lucky, too.
Aww.
But where is Sophie? Ho, ho, holy cow, it's Christmas! - Oh, my goodness.
- Holy cow.
Wow.
Edward, are you ready? Ready for what, Santa? Oh, this? Hey, everyone.
Well, as you all know, I take off tomorrow morning, and before I head out, Santa and I would like to play you a Yuletide private concert.
- What do you say? - Oh, yeah! - Whoo! - Bring it! Santa, you ready? A 1, 2 Rockin' around the Christmas tree We're so glad that we're all here Maggie, did we mention, as our newest friend You gotta pay for all the food this year - It's tradition, Maggie.
- No! You will get a sentimental feeling when you see Gary in his Christmas sweater Eddie definitely wears it better In your dreams.
Rockin' around the Dixons' tree At Delilah's party hop Ooh! Mistletoe weirdly dangling from A fishing pole Danny got - Where'd you get that thing? - It was regifted.
Ooh.
Delilah Dixon? Yes.
What's this? You've been served.
What? You have 21 days to vacate this house.
No, there's got to be a mistake.
My husband and I paid off this house years ago.
Maybe you should talk to him about that.
Oh, that is so awesome.
Sending this one out to all you Hey.
Hey.
- Is everything okay? - Yes.
Yes.
Oh, yeah.
Regina, what you got for me? Come on.
I should get her home.
No.
No, I don't want to interrupt the party.
I'm just gonna call a ride.
You know I'm your ride.
Thank you for being here with all of us today.
Oh, thank you for inviting me.
Oh, almost forgot my new scarf.
Oh, I got a scarf just like that for Ashley last Christmas.
Oh.
Must be a very popular scarf.
Well, let's get you home, huh? - Mm-hmm.
- All right.
Ashley, really? Here we go.
Mm.
I knew it.
See, I knew it.
I knew that you couldn't just be friends.
Oh, no, I can be your friend.
- Then why are you so upset? - I'm not upset.
Of course you're upset.
No, I'm not.
I'm not upset.
Of course you're upset.
How could you not be upset? I slept with someone.
I am aware.
And you're upset.
Please don't tell me how I feel right now.
You have no idea what I am feeling.
Okay, then, how about How about this? How about I tell you how I'm feeling? You want to know why I had sex with Ashley? Oh, God, I don't know, Gary.
Why? Because I'm in love with you.
Oh, no.
Ohh, no.
Ugh.
I'm so sorry.
This is your new car.
Ugh.
Oh, my God.
Oh.
Oh, my God.
You're doing chemo.
You're doing chemo.
You're doing chemo.
Hey, uh, thanks for dropping me off.
This is your car, your gas.
It's literally the least I could do.
Now, listen, you are going to crush this, okay? Put it on Instagram.
I'll even consider getting an account.
Thanks for everything.
Also These people I said these people.
Whoa.
What, what, what, what? - Hey! - Us, comin' out? - Hey! - What? - Yeah, go get some love.
- Dude.
Last chance, okay? Last chance.
Manager, okay? I am the smart choice.
Think about it.
Yeah.
We have a manger.
His name is Jeffrey.
Jeffrey's got you on a bus.
I'd have had you on a jet.
Safe travels, man.
- I want a concert T-shirt, okay? - Done.
Not one of yours.
The Lumineers.
Okay, thank you.
Bud.
Have fun, Dad.
Hey.
You have a great Christmas with Mom, okay? Okay.
I love you.
Please don't drink.
Mm.
Next year is gonna be better.
It will be.
I love you.
And I am gonna keep showing up for you.
You just tell me how.
I love you.
I'm blessed to have you in my life, Gina.
Mm-hmm.
And all I want for Christmas is us.
But before I can get back to us, I got to get back to me, Gina.
And I will.
I will.
I want to get off the meds, Gina.
Oh, hey, there.
Hi.
I know I don't I don't have the right to ask this after everything that's happened between us, but I need your help.
So, uh, where are we? Ah You'll see.
Jon.
What are we doing here? I'm not the man everyone thinks I am.