A Million Little Things (2018) s01e15 Episode Script

The Rock

1 EDDIE: You can't imagine how fragile life is until - No!! - it's too late.
When Jon left us, he exposed the truth He found your necklace.
Jon knew about us.
and our secrets spilled out KATHERINE: So, every time I was with her, you were humiliating me.
Do you love her? but we had to push through - This is our baby.
- Stop.
I-I think we should get a divorce.
for ourselves - You ever feel down - Everybody feels sad, son.
- It's just a part of life - for each other We have to be there the same way Jon would be had it been one of us.
I've known you your whole life.
You ever want to tell me that Ella's a boy, I'm glad to hear that.
because what other choice is there? Dare me to do anything.
I dare you to get chemo.
KEVIN: She's finally gonna solve it.
BOTH: Linda! Linda! Linda! Linda! Linda! Linda! Linda! Damn it.
It's jammed.
What What's the pink stuff? Uh Must be Rachel and that damn gum.
[SIGHS] I-I'm sorry.
That was unprofessional.
Just my luck.
23 sessions later, and I almost cracked it.
Hey, the good news is that we're both about to get out of here pretty soon.
- Oh - No offense, Kevin.
No, I get it.
Your tumor's small enough to operate, and you don't need ol' Kevin anymore.
- GARY: What do we have here? - [DOOR CLOSES] Oh, my God.
- Oh, my - It's the love of my life.
And Maggie.
Wait.
Hey.
This is the Gary you're dating? Ohh, Maggie.
Just admit it, Linda.
You want to have your way with me.
I do, Gary.
Just not the way you think.
My way involves a chloroform rag and a wood chipper.
- Wow.
- That's on me.
We had "Fargo" going on a loop in here.
- Oh.
- How do you know - Linda? - Yeah.
Linda and I fought cancer together.
Hmm.
And Jon and I survived this Her obsession with this nerd toy.
Oh.
Rachel put her gum in here? I don't know what she sees in you, Mendez, but you better treat her right.
He is.
He's taking me to Plymouth Rock today.
It's the last thing on my bucket list.
Which you don't need because bucket lists are for people who aren't gonna make it, and you, my dear, now have an 80% chance of beating this.
Don't make promises you can't keep.
KEVIN: Hey, hey.
Chair One, let's keep it positive, all right? Big smiles! Thank you, Kev.
Thank you.
First rule of beating cancer - You got to - Believe.
- you can beat cancer.
- Okay, Tony Robbins.
You can keep it positive, but I've got cancer surgery on Monday - [SNIFFS] - so I'm gonna keep it real.
All right, well, if we're really keeping it on the 100, the Pilgrims did not actually land on Plymouth Rock.
We all know that, right? They landed in Provincetown or someplace, like, a month before.
So what were they doing for a month, huh? Just driving around? Looking for parking? Tough room.
Hey, so I found that car seat.
You were right.
You did give it to us.
Oh.
I think the Cheerios were Theo's addition.
- Great.
- Uh, not exactly.
Apparently, it expired six years ago.
And, yes car seats do expire, according to all the angry Mommy Blogs.
Anyway, I'm about to head into a mediation session with Katherine, but why don't I meet you later? I can help you grab everything you need and install that car seat.
That would be great.
Thank you.
How's it all going with Katherine? [INHALES DEEPLY] Pretty smoothly, all things considered.
I'm so sorry, Eddie.
Don't be.
What happened with us well, Katherine and I had problems long before that started.
I should head out.
Just text me where and when.
- I'll meet you there.
- Okay, thanks.
[SIZZLING] Hey, Pop, how you like your eggs? How many ways you know how to make 'em? Scrambled it is! [CHUCKLES] [UTENSIL SCRAPING] So how's the script writing thing going? Uh, it's good.
I'm in the third act.
I could never do what you do.
[REGINA SIGHS] Hey, Walter! What's - Hey, beautiful.
- Hi.
Check it out.
My dad was in the neighborhood and decided to stop by with coffee.
- $5 coffee.
- Oh, well, thank you.
I was telling Rome how I got a guy to redo my hardwood floors cheap since the poor bastard's between gigs.
Well, good for you and the poor bastard.
Renee and I couldn't decide between Sedona Red and Rosewood, so I asked Rome to be the tiebreaker.
And we are going with - Sedona Red.
- Mm! - [CHUCKLES] - [CELLPHONE VIBRATES] - Oh, my God.
- What? My sous chef, Sandra, just heard that this anonymous food blogger is coming into the restaurant tonight.
I mean, he or she is, like, super influential.
Babe, a good review That that could make you.
Or break you.
I mean, God, are we ready? What am I gonna make? Oh, I know what I'm gonna make.
Do I have cumin? Babe, I am sure you're gonna be great.
[DOOR CLOSES] Deep down, I think she heard me.
- [CHUCKLES] - Bon appétit.
Good eggs.
Thank you.
Oh, hey, um, did I tell you your brother's visiting? You did not.
Yeah, he's staying with me and Mom.
I guess Stasia couldn't get off work, so we have him all to ourselves.
[CHUCKLES] - Lucky you.
- Yeah, he's great.
But since we're redoing our floors, I was hoping maybe you could put him up a couple days.
This $5 coffee is gonna cost me more than $5.
- What? - Nothing.
[MUMBLES, EXHALES SHARPLY] All right, well, you can sell your home now and divide the proceeds or you can defer the sale to a later date.
Theo's never lived anywhere else.
No, I agree.
It's best for Theo to stay here in the house with his mom.
All right.
Have you, uh, given any thought to how you're gonna divvy up the communal assets? Like, uh, this table, for example.
Eddie can have the table.
No, you keep the table.
Really.
You take it.
Huh.
Most couples fight to keep things, not the other way around.
No, it's just Uh, we just have a lot of history with this table.
Hmm.
How about we decide on the furniture when you're not charging us $300 an hour? Sounds good, Counselor.
Next up Theo's legal guardianship.
You have designated Jon and Delilah Dixon.
Now, is that still the plan? Jon passed away last fall.
I'm sorry.
So would you like to delegate Delilah, then, to be the sole guardian? - No.
- Probably not, no.
I get it.
You know, many couples aren't comfortable with the idea of a single-parent household.
No, it's not that.
I know plenty of single mothers who are great at raising their children, Delilah included.
Well, yeah, I mean, if she's still grieving, then It's not her grief.
She slept with my husband.
If he needed a place to stay, why couldn't he just ask me himself? Probably 'cause he knew you'd make that face.
I'm not making a face.
This is my face! You still mad about Stasia dinging your car.
They She ripped off my fender and my taillight, Pop.
Well, he had no money to pay for it back then.
He ain't got no money now, and I didn't want him to pay for it.
I just wanted him to admit that she did it.
I wanted him to take responsibility.
For once.
For anything.
Sometimes being the older brother means being the bigger person.
Sometimes? Pops, I'm always the bigger person! I had to give him my miniature Empire State Building because he left his Statue of Liberty on the train.
A-And investing in his "juice business" that was gonna "pay for itself"? Side note itself still owes me 2,000 bucks.
And And, yeah! Oh, yeah! Pretending that somebody else backed into my car when my paint is all over her damn bumper.
Come on.
Everybody knew Stasia bumped into the car, Pop.
- We saw that.
- Fine.
- Did we see that, though? - Fine.
I will put him up at a hotel.
Because I am made of money.
Fine.
He can stay with me.
Thank you.
Hey, Mom? Can you drive me and Elliot to Cambridge this afternoon? - [BLANKET RUSTLING] - Sure thing, yeah.
We're gonna get something to eat and then go see a movie at the Brattle.
I've worked it out, and if we get an appetizer or dessert But not both I've got enough cash to cover it.
Wait, this sounds to me like a date.
Mom chill.
It's no big deal.
No big deal? Come on.
It's like what Your first real date.
Wait, I got something for you.
Okay.
Where is it? Okay.
Dad's money clip? Mm-hmm.
I know he'd want you to have it.
And look at that.
Now you have enough for an appetizer and dessert.
Thanks, Mom.
- EDDIE: Katie, please, look.
- [CAR ALARM CHIRPS] W-We're never gonna get through this if we can't at least talk about it.
Are you kidding? What I've done nothing but try to get through this.
Every day, I drop off Theo in carpool, I see the looks on the other mothers' faces.
I know they know.
I just put my head down, try to get through it.
You know what? I'm tired of just getting through it.
- Hey, Katherine - I'm late for work.
[ENGINE STARTS] He's a 35-year-old man.
- Omar can do that for himself.
- It's the least I can do since the poor guy's got to sleep on a couch.
- You asked me to do it a min - Thanks, Ro.
As a token of my appreciation, I got you this.
Oh, a box of chocolates.
I ate all the ones I knew you didn't like.
Yeah.
This place is great.
You and Gina are so blessed.
It's not just blessed, okay? This is This is hard work, being smart with our money, sacrifices.
I didn't mean "blessed" as in you didn't deserve it.
Isn't this Mom's humidifier? D-Doesn't she need this for her asthma? She wanted Omar to have it.
He has such dry skin.
Yeah, mostly for my calves and elbows.
I mean, I moisturize, but it's a struggle.
You know, far be it for me to judge anybody's bucket list, but I took many a field trip to Plymouth Rock, and I think you should set your expectations somewhere around "eh.
" I know it's not exactly sky diving.
But when I was a kid, there was this rock in our backyard.
My brother and I used to go out and pretend that we were Pilgrims.
So ever since I moved here, I felt like, "Oh, I should go see the real Plymouth Rock before" You know.
Well, you know the thing about Pilgrims, right? They were all about starting a new life, so, you know, they didn't believe in bucket lists.
Maybe they should've.
14 out of the 19 women didn't make it through the winter.
- [CELLPHONE VIBRATING] - [CHUCKLES] - That's dark and funny.
- Mm-hmm.
- What's up? - Can I borrow your air mattress? My brother's in town, and apparently my couch - isn't comfortable enough for him.
- [DOOR OPENS] Your brother? [EXHALES SHARPLY] Isn't that why you don't have an air mattress? Look, we're about to hit the road for Plymouth Rock, so Drop it off on your way, and you can be the brother that I don't murder.
[SIREN WAILING] You're gonna have to go around.
MAN: All right, let's get a move on it.
Ooh.
[INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER] - Geez.
- All right, let's get her out of here.
- We have a 38-year-old female.
- Ma'am, don't move.
- Car's on its side.
- We're gonna get you out.
- Okay.
Okay.
- Let's get the Jaws of Life.
- [INDISTINCT SHOUTING] - Oh, gosh, Katie.
[BREATHING HEAVILY] - Sir, sir! - Katherine?! - What happened? - We need you to stay back.
That's my wife! We're working to get her out of the vehicle.
- Katie?! - Sir, please.
- What happened? - I don't know.
I-I stopped, it was clear.
I started driving, and then out of nowhere, this truck came barreling through the stop sign.
When I saw your car I oh, God I thought Okay, let's get you to Boston General.
I'm gonna be right behind you.
Hey, so, I got the T-shirts, and I got one question.
Are these 100% cotton? Because my cheek is telling me this is a poly blend.
Hey, Omar, what is this? I-I thought you were on vacation.
It's a working vacation, man.
- T-shirt biz is blowing up.
- [SIGHS] Hey, check your dresser.
Guess what it's filled with.
- T-shirts? Yeah.
- T-shirts.
- [DOORBELL RINGS] - [SCOFFS] My name's on the line, man.
I-I need this.
I need this.
Come on, man.
Mattress delivery.
OMAR: And you know something else, man? We got Oh, snap! I'm gonna call you back.
Yo, hey! Gary Mendez, the Man with the Plan! Oh, my goodness, man.
Hey, did you get taller? No, I'm well into my 30s.
I think this is probably it.
- Hi, I'm Maggie.
- Pleasure to meet you.
Welcome.
Can I get you something, Maggie? Sparkling water, tea.
You know, I travel around with my own portable brewer.
- Yet he forgot a toothbrush.
- We're good.
We need to hit the road.
But I do need - to use the bathroom before we go.
- Smart.
Right this way.
Oh, okay.
Look at that.
- [CHUCKLES] - Do you like T-shirts? Uh yeah.
I think.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATION] I'm pretty sure he's stealing my girlfriend right in front of me.
That's impressive.
Yeah, I wouldn't put it past him.
He stole my living room.
KATHERINE: [CHUCKLES] Thank you.
I am fine, really.
You don't have to stay.
I'm not going anywhere.
Let's ice that knee.
Doctor said every 20 minutes.
[SIGHS] [DOOR OPENS] [DOOR CLOSES] Finally! Good use for peas.
You okay? I was just thinking how close I came to never seeing Theo again.
You can't think like that.
[SIGHS] But we have to.
We need to decide on Theo's guardian.
All right, let's rock.
Let's - [DRAMATIC VOICE] Plymouth Rock.
- Oh How many times are you gonna say that? [NORMAL VOICE] You're the one who put it on your bucket list, so - three more times, at least.
- [CLICKS TONGUE] [CELLPHONE RINGING] [RINGING STOPS] Gina, what's up? Hey, so, Katherine was in a car accident.
- Oh, my God.
- No, no, no.
She's fine.
Check each glass.
I want our blogger - focusing on wine, not water marks.
- Yes, Chef.
Uh, anyway, I made food for her and Theo, and I would take it myself, but I am so swamped.
We'll be there.
Anything you need.
DELILAH: Wait, what movie did you say you were gonna see? "Ghostbusters," Mrs.
Dixon.
I can't believe you've never seen it.
It's only essential viewing.
So you keep telling me.
You guys are so cute together.
So, uh, you'll pick us up at 5:00 to take us to the movie? Mm-hmm.
EDDIE: Hey, you've reached Eddie.
Leave me a message.
Hey, just wanna to make sure you're okay.
I waited around at the store for, like, 45 minutes, and, uh, yeah, just haven't heard from you.
Okay.
Well, if we want to keep Theo with family, I really think your mother is our best bet.
I mean, look how well she did with you.
She doesn't have the energy, and, uh, the language barrier is too much.
Besides, when me and my sister moved out, she turned our room into a sewing room.
And, no, my sister is also off the table.
Tina? Yeah.
She can't commit to a nail polish color let alone an eight-year-old.
Rome and Regina? I mean, they don't want a kid of their own.
[CHUCKLES] Why would they want ours? - Yeah.
- [EXHALES SHARPLY] You know, there is one other option.
- Eddie - L Hear me out.
- No.
- Hey.
Listen.
Gary has matured a lot since Jon died.
He always has our backs.
- Theo adores him - You can't be serious.
I get that you guys haven't always gotten along I'm not gonna leave my child to someone who split a pizza with his dog.
- Come on.
That's not fair - You know what's not fair is that we have to do this at all.
'Cause Delilah would've been the perfect choice.
But that's just one more thing that got ruined.
I keep trying to forget what you did, but it just keeps screwing up our lives.
Ooh.
No.
Okay, wait, so you have no idea who this food blogger is? And for all you know, this blogger could be me.
Apparently, laughter is not on the menu today.
REGINA: No, I'm sorry.
It's just I need this to go well tonight.
My last restaurant closed after six months, and it didn't help that the only review we got was a mean little blurb in the Boston Phoenix.
I'm still trying to figure out why "quaint" is a bad thing.
There she is, and look at that tum-tum.
[CHUCKLES] What happened to Plymouth Rock? Plymouth Rock is happening.
Just - hasn't happened yet.
- Yes, but now Katherine is home, so we're gonna drop this food off, and then we're gonna hit the road.
Why, what's up with Katherine? She was in a car accident.
But she's okay.
Oh, my God.
No.
Ed took her to the hospital.
He's been with her all day.
She's good.
Of course, yeah.
EDDIE: So, your mom picked Theo up from school.
He's psyched to be spending the night with her.
They're sewing.
[CELLPHONE VIBRATING] I'm so sorry.
Give me a sec.
Go ahead.
Hey.
Hey.
I-I heard about Katherine.
Yeah, she's doing okay, thank God.
Yeah.
Just please tell her I'm I'm thinking of her.
Look, I am so sorry I didn't show up this morning.
[EXHALES SHARPLY] Don't be.
I-I-I get it.
Of course.
- I-I can stop by tomorrow.
- No need.
I-I got the car seat and already installed it.
Okay, good.
I should've called sooner, Delilah.
I I was just so worried about her.
I get it.
It's good that you're there.
It's just, after everything I've done, I need to make it right.
Thanks for understanding.
Hey.
Where's Elliot? What happened to the movie? He went home.
His mom picked him up.
Everything okay? Everything's fine.
[ENGINE STARTS] Sweetie, I'm sure whatever happened Mom.
Can we just go? Yeah.
OMAR: One time it.
One time it.
- Nope.
- Through the five hole.
Mm! Score! [LAUGHS] Sorry about that, Ro-Ro.
Uh So, what's up? Stasia couldn't get off work to come up while you were here, huh? Eh, I don't know, man.
Me, uh Me and Stasia are going through a thing right now.
What kind of thing? I didn't even want to tell Dad, 'cause you know how he gets.
Me and Stasia are probably getting divorced.
We're getting divorced, Rome.
I'm sorry to hear that, man.
[SCOFFS] Don't act like you liked her, man.
I like Stasia.
- I mean, I-I do.
I do.
- Mm-hmm.
Uh-huh.
It's like you never forgave her for backing into your precious Porsche.
Which she did not do, by the way.
It was so long ago, man.
It was a Tesla, and I don't remember busting my taillight or whatever it was she did, but Going through a breakup, that's that's got to be pretty rough.
Don't sit here and act like you know what I'm going through, 'cause you don't.
We got two different lives, and you know it.
You know, my life ain't as perfect as you think it is, man.
Just a few months ago, man Somebody back into your fancy car? You know forget it.
[SIGHS] - [INHALES SHARPLY] - Whoo.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
[SIGHS] If we want to make it to the Rock today, then we need an exit strategy.
If you're suggesting that we drop this on the doorstep, ring the bell, and run away No, we are not doing that.
Okay, fine.
We'll go inside, we'll give Katherine this food, and we'll say, "Hey, Katherine, we're so glad that you're okay.
" 'Cause we are glad that she's okay.
Oh, bup, bup, bup, bup! Do not take off that coat, and definitely do not sit down.
All right, I know that I may be raining on your mission, Commander Gare, but Katherine was in a car accident.
Sympathy? That's good.
- Yeah, lock in on that.
- [SIGHS] [DOORBELL RINGS] - Can I take your coat? - No, why would you do that, Ed? - It's nippy out there.
- Okay.
- Hey, Katherine.
- Hey.
Um, Regina made you 50,000 calories of her delicious truffle mac.
That is so sweet.
Thank you guys for bringing it.
- Oh, ow.
- No.
Katherine.
- Ow.
- Whoa, whoa.
- I'm good.
- You all right? - Your head? - Uh, yeah, I'll be fine.
I'll be fine.
The car, on the other hand, um, probably not enough mac and cheese in the world - to save that thing.
- Well, if you want someone to get tough with the other guy's insurance, that's me, okay? That's what I do.
This This is the one time where my boring job becomes exciting.
Okay, well, I'll keep that in mind.
Um, there is, actually, something I want to talk to you about.
Ed and I have to designate a legal guardian for Theo and we want it to be you, Gary.
[EXHALES SHARPLY] Oh.
Whoa.
Hmm.
Yeah, we went through all our options Friends, relatives And when Theo's with his Uncle Gary, he's laughing and he's loved.
- You've hit your head very hard.
- [LAUGHS] And you know how much I love Theo, but, uh that's why it shouldn't be me, you know? 'Cause being "Uncle Gary" is very different from full-time parenting.
I mean, I wouldn't want to screw the kid up.
EDDIE: The fact that you're worried about screwing him up is exactly why you will be great.
[SIGHS] I'm touched, truly, um, but I promise, you can do way better than me.
Okay, hey, I know that you're, like, trying to be the funny guy all the time, but I'm gonna be really serious with you right now.
If I'm alive a year from now, it's because of you.
You literally saved my life.
[EXHALES DEEPLY] See, I think I think you're confusing me with Gary Busey.
- Don't do the thing.
- What, make a joke? - Mm-hmm.
- And then get you into the bedroom No, you took care of me.
You are the reason that I am in the 80%.
I'm alive because of you.
That is exactly the kind of support and love that Theo would need.
You wouldn't let me say no, so I'm not gonna let you say no.
It's a little awkward because they heard all of that.
Okay, all right.
Well, hopefully, it'll never come to that, but apparently, I'm in, and I assume that comes with a stipend of some sort.
- Yeah.
[CHUCKLES] - Well, then, it's decided.
He's taking your kid and all your money, and, uh, we'll come up with the finer points when the lawyer's walking again.
Right now, we have to go get to the That's the Isn't that the thing that Linda goes crazy for, the With the links on it? Oh, no way.
Yeah.
We have a friend who's obsessed with that thing.
Do you think that Theo would mind if we borrowed that? Oh, no, take it.
It's Eddie's.
Yeah.
Borrow.
Hmm.
[CELLPHONE RINGING] No, sorry, D.
I'm not answering that call.
We have a selfie to take with a rock.
[CELLPHONE VIBRATING] - Uh-oh.
- Don't do it.
- Oh, no.
- No, don't you do it.
That Hi, what's up? Hey, sorry.
I know you guys are on your way to Plymouth Rock.
It actually took the Pilgrims less time to get there.
- What is up? - Danny had his first official date with Elliot today, and I'm not sure what happened, but he's locked in his room Okay, and I'm assuming Elliot's not in there with him? He won't come out.
He won't talk to me.
I don't really know what happened.
I don't know if he's just heartbroken.
Do you think Do you think maybe you could talk to him? Yes, of course.
We will swing by as soon as we get back.
[BEEP] Are you kidding me? It's Danny.
We're going.
Okay.
- [BEEP] - Change of plans.
We'll be right there.
Thanks.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] See the woman in the yellow top? SANDRA: Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.
She's taking pictures of the food.
She's got to be the blogger.
Yeah, but, Gina, half of Instagram is pictures of food.
So, what, I got to kiss every ass in this place tonight? I have ChapStick in my purse.
- [LAUGHS] - [DOOR OPENS] Oh, they're here.
- Hey, Omar.
- Gina! - Good to see you.
- This place looks great.
Aw, thank you.
- You looking for any investors? - [CHUCKLES] - You hanging in there? - Barely.
- You're 10 minutes late.
- Right on time.
- Which is - BOTH: 10 minutes late.
It's okay, because I know the owner.
- [CHUCKLES] - Where's Mom? She decided to stay home.
Her asthma's acting up.
Well, it's because he took her freaking Unbelievable.
How about I start everyone off with a large, relaxing drink, hmm? - [KNOCK ON DOOR] - [VIDEO GAME NOISES] [SIGHS] Ah.
Hey, bud.
What's going on? I don't want to talk about it.
[SIGHS] All right.
Well I'll just be here.
[SIGHING] - [HIGH-PITCHED VOICE] - What's wrong with Danny? [NORMAL VOICE] I don't know.
[HIGH-PITCHED VOICE] Well, I'll tell you what's wrong with me.
[NORMAL VOICE] I didn't ask.
[HIGH-PITCHED VOICE] I had cheese, and I'm lactose intolerant.
[BLOWS RASPBERRY] Sorry.
[BLOWS RASPBERRY] I'm sorry.
[STIFLED LAUGH] Why? No, they're not coming in for the surgery.
I'd rather they come afterward anyway.
My mom can be a little [LAUGHS] Uh, let's just say I'm glad I'll be on painkillers.
- [CHUCKLES] - [SIGHS] So, what's going on? Did he say? Yeah, it's something you said.
- Very funny.
- No, I'm serious, D.
It was something you said.
Did you tell them they look cute together? Yeah, because they did.
Okay, well, apparently Elliot is not as open with his family as Danny is with you, so he was a little freaked out that his buddy's mom commented on his sexual orientation.
[GROANS] Oh, God.
- You mean - Yeah, that's right.
You outed a 12-year-old.
Hey.
Choosing Gary, I, uh, think that meant a lot to him.
It definitely meant a lot to me.
I knew Gary was probably the right choice from the start.
But to be honest, the reason I, uh, didn't want him is because you did.
Somewhere along the way, arguing against you became my default.
And that's not okay.
Well, it's not like I didn't deserve it.
No, Eddie.
I stopped giving you the benefit of the doubt a long time ago.
And that's on me.
I need to take some of the responsibility for where we ended up.
It was an honest mistake.
And Elliot will bounce back.
Kids are resilient.
How am I gonna raise this kid on my own when I can barely parent the two that I have? Oh, come on.
That's ridiculous.
What? It's true.
I'm leaning on everybody, and I just can't I just Ah.
What if I'm not enough? Not enough? D, those kids [SCOFFS] What they've been through the last seven months is the hardest thing they'll go through in their lives, and you got them through it.
You're getting them through it.
You're more than enough.
You don't have to be perfect.
You just got to be there.
Yeah.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] Was I right about that wine pairing? - Oh, most definitely.
- Oh, so happy.
- And how's that cheesecake? - Oh, so good.
I knew you were gonna have room for it.
- Did you like the oysters? - MAN: Yeah.
I snuck in a couple extra.
OMAR: So, yeah, anyway, I don't want to jinx it, but I think this T-shirt thing could be pretty big.
My supplier said the Northeast is a pretty hot market right now.
WALTER: Landing a deal like that while you're on vacation! - Yep.
- This guy never stops! Of course, I'll need to keep my overhead low, so, Dad, I might have to hole it up with you for a little bit longer, if that's cool.
- I'll hook my old man up with some T-shirts.
- Hey, no.
I insist on paying for them.
All right.
Hey, how about a toast? To the Howard men.
- [GLASSES CLINK] - Together again! What's with you, Mope-a-dope? We're actually toasting to the fact that he's using y'all again? Don't give me that look.
You know exactly what you're doing.
You're letting Mom and Dad bail you out as always.
And by the way, Mom's asthma is acting up because you took her humidifier.
- You took it.
- Hey! Hi! - Why is table four so loud? - We're We're good.
We're okay.
I'm I'm I'm good.
We're all good? Everyone's happy.
- Okay.
- [SIGHS] Hey, so, the butter you're eating? - We make it in-house.
- My apologies.
This is not the place for any of this.
I'm sorry.
That's why he's on those pills.
[CLEARS THROAT] Are you serious? That's what embarrasses you? My depression that I'm trying to do something about? This thing This thing that I'm dealing with every day, and you throw it in my face.
And, oh, wait a minute, Omar gets to drift through life like a damn prince! Don't you see what you are doing? - You made him what he is! - Oh, and what am I? - I can't believe you - Hi, again, table four.
[CHUCKLES NERVOUSLY, CLEARS THROAT] [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] I'm sorry.
I mean, I know today was supposed to be all about your bucket list.
It ended up being about everybody else.
It's okay.
We got to spend the day with all of our favorite people.
- We do plenty of that.
- [CHUCKLES] We can go to Plymouth Rock when I'm well again.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
When you're well again? Dr.
Bloom, that sounds awfully optimistic.
I don't know.
I've spent so long living with death, I it became a habit.
But helping our friends today made me realize that I really want to I want to be there to scream when Gina's restaurant wins Best in Boston, and I want to smoke a cigar when Delilah's baby's born.
- And - Don't do that.
You're gonna beat cancer and start smoking cigars? [LAUGHS] No.
My point is my old bucket list was about the past.
My new bucket list is about the future.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS] All my life, I have tried so hard to be whatever you wanted.
Just to make you proud.
It's never enough.
I'm never enough.
You've never treated me the way you treat Omar.
Ever.
You done with your tantrum? I love your brother.
I do.
But he's always needed all the help he can get.
I mean, look at him out there.
Still going from job to job? Now he's getting a divorce.
You don't think I've figured that out? I know you have your problems.
But, son, you're I don't have to worry about you.
Maybe you should.
'Cause Yeah.
Sometimes you should.
So, I just got a text from Sandra.
Apparently the blogger was never coming.
Her source got Someday mixed up with a place called Sunday.
- I'm sorry, baby.
- [CHUCKLES] On the plus side, we have never gotten better Yelp reviews.
[TELEVISION PLAYS IN DISTANCE] So how's that going? I realized that I was just so angry at my dad for everything he was doing for my brother, and I couldn't yell at him, so I took it out on Omar.
Whether he meant to or not, my dad pitted us against each other.
Sounds like you're not the only one who should be in therapy.
I'm gonna go to bed.
You should stay up a bit.
[SIGHS] [TELEVISION CONTINUES PLAYING] [BOTTLE THUDS] [CROWD CHEERING] [INHALES DEEPLY] So antidepressants, huh? - Yep.
- I heard about it 'cause Dad sorta mentioned it to the entire restaurant.
[CHUCKLES] How long you been taking them? Couple months.
I'm glad you're doing what you got to do.
Actually this last year has been really rough.
How about you? GARY: Ooh-hoo.
All right.
- Here's the plan.
- Yeah.
You drive around the block as many times as you need to so that we don't get a ticket.
Oh, um, I don't think anyone is going to give this a ticket.
Yeah.
Now I got to kiss the dome for good luck.
Thanks.
- Kevin.
- Hey, Gary.
Dude, look what Mags and I found for our sourpuss friend next time she comes in for chemo.
Promise me you will get a video of Linda's face when she sees this thing.
- What? - Um She's gone.
No.
Gary, Linda had a pulmonary embolism.
Don't tell me that, Kev.
No.
I'm sorry, Gary.
Don't tell me that, man.
She was sitting right there this morning in that chair.
We all saw her.
She was doing fine.
Cancer patients, they have a higher chance of blood clots.
I'm sorry.
Call me if you need anything.
I promise.
Thank you.
About the table I'd like to keep it, if that's okay.
No.
I want it to stay here.
It's the table that got us Theo.
[DOOR OPENS, CLOSES] [GOOD OLD WAR'S "BROKEN INTO BETTER SHAPE" PLAYS] Either I'm getting a little tipsy here, or these fumes are starting to go to my head.
Mm-hmm, and that's why maybe you should've worn one of these.
Yeah, I was worried that looking like Hannibal Lecter with a paintbrush - might turn you off.
- Oh, well, that's your first mistake, because Anthony Hopkins is my jam.
[CHUCKLES] Balding, middle-aged men.
That is That is good to know.
[LAUGHS] I also make exceptions for devilishly handsome rockstars.
- Oh.
- Mm-hmm.
- You know any? - [CHUCKLES] [MOANING] - Oh, wait, wait! - What? Oh, no.
Oh, shoot.
Look what we did.
Must have been from my button.
I love it.
Yeah, you'll be kicked around Every time we look at it, we're gonna remember tonight.
And you'll be broken into better shape Broken into better shape I was one more mistake from losing it all [CAR ALARM CHIRPS] Everything I'd ever worked for Things can go wrong when they should be right And it can haunt you The rest of your life If you let it La-da-da-da-da-da-da It'll let you down Love, if you want the truth Anything's possible You can walk upon the moon Or you can watch it roll It's never in the stars It's in your heart Yeah, you'll be kicked around but get up anyway You'll be broken into better shape Broken into better shape When the pieces rearrange - Oh, hi.
- Hi.
Did you give Linda her new toy? Yep.
- [CHUCKLES] - [EXHALES SHARPLY] Is everything okay? Oh, yeah.
[SIGHS] It's gonna be even better tonight when we make it to Plymouth Rock.
Why? You said we had the rest of my life.
I did say that.
And we do.
But the rest of your life [SMOOCHES] Oh, oh, oh starts right now.
Oh, oh, oh, oh - [ENGINE STARTS] - Come on.
Bust some tune-age.
Busta Rhymes? As long as it's not "Bust a Move.
" Yes.
[BIRDS CHIRPING] [CELLPHONE VIBRATING] Hey.
MAN: Where are you? You need to leave it alone.
You're only gonna make things worse.
I know.
But, Mitch she's pregnant.