A Million Little Things (2018) s04e15 Episode Script

Fingers Crossed

How do you know Maggie? Uh, actually, I-I don't.
I'm just here with Hi.
I think I just met your ex-wife.
Previously on "A Million Little Things" How can you be with him? After knowing what he's capable of? I don't trust Gary anymore, and, honestly, I'm not sure I ever will.
What do you think about you coming with me? I'd love to meet your friends.
I just think right now might not be the best time.
Neil did things to me.
- Your brother? - He hurt me, too.
- What? - Ron, I know this is a lot.
You knew what this man was capable of - and you let him around our daughter? - Dad, please You alright? I think I felt a lump.
The doctor said three to four hours.
It's been four hours and five minutes.
I'm sure they're just looking Gary over to make sure they didn't leave an extra pair of scissors in there or something.
You see, what we're trying to do is make Maggie feel better.
Do you know what I just realized? We have now been to the hospital for everyone in this friend group.
That's true.
There's a green Jell-O for whoever can put it in order.
I got it, I got it, I got it.
Maggie, you led the way.
Oh, thank you.
It's an honor just to be nominated.
And then, babe, you had the kidney stones.
Oh! That's right.
I forgot about Rome's kidney stones.
Yeah, I wish I could.
Haven't had a diet soda since.
And then Delilah had the baby.
Hold on, I get half credit for that.
- Do you? - Should you? Thank you.
And then I got the chair.
Uh, Gina, you had the concussion.
And then I had the non-concussion with stitches.
The next person we add to this friend group should, uh, probably be a doctor.
Speaking of which, heads up.
Hey, folks, sorry that took a little longer than I said.
Oh, did it? The mass was embedded a little deeper than we thought, but I feel confident that we got it all.
Does that mean the cancer's gone? We won't know until the results of the pathology report come back.
We should have that in a day or two.
He's in post-op for a few more minutes, and then you can go in and see him.
Hey, Doc what are you doing Friday? You wanna come to a game night? Dr.
Jacobs to the nurses' station.
I'm being paged.
I thought we were adding a doctor to our friend group.
So she's good enough to save our friend, but not good enough to play Scattergories? I-I don't think she wants to play Scattergories.
- More rain tomorrow.
- Coming up next on No, no, no.
Come on, Harrison.
I'm begging you.
I'm almost out of here.
You'll have that remote all to yourself.
I cannot watch another home makeover show.
I need to see how this one plays out.
In that last one, they put carpeting over those beautiful hardwood floors.
It was like a hate crime on my screen.
Besides, you already used your veto for the Game Show Network.
Yeah, because that show's from the '70s.
It's tough to get invested when the jackpot they're competing for is $75 and a cold sore from Richard Dawson.
Good morning.
Okay, I know I said I would wear the nurse outfit, but when I put it on, the fishnets made my legs all And you apparently don't have your own room anymore.
- Hi.
- Harrison, this is, uh Oh, no.
I know exactly who you are.
I listen to you all the time.
I cannot believe I'm literally in the room with Dr.
Um, wait a minute.
That means that you play for the Bruins.
- Um - No, no, no, Bloom.
Let me have this, please.
Yeah, yeah.
Y-You caught me.
I You know, I'm trying to keep a low profile.
Yeah, I-I'm sorry I didn't recognize you.
It's cool.
These are the moments that keep me humble.
Sorry for the wait.
Just needed a wheelchair to free up.
Don't want to hear that backstory.
Uh, we can't leave yet.
Uh, the doctor hasn't given us the pathology report.
Sorry, yeah.
Unfortunately, the lab is pretty backed up right now, but they said they'll get to it first thing tomorrow.
The doctor made you an appointment at 9:00 a.
at his office.
Another fun day of waiting.
Cancer's the best, am I right? I'd love to stick around, but she's my ride.
Thanks for supporting the team, Harrison.
Nice to meet you.
Yeah, it was.
Go B's! I can't believe it, but it's been a year.
And, uh, while I am grateful for this, I'm also aware that, at one point, I had my 13-year chip.
And I know I'm supposed to take it a day at a time, but, uh, a couple of weeks ago, I found out that my buddy's cancer might be back, and, um, I can't say that my first instinct wasn't to try to numb the pain.
But I didn't.
Instead, I-I've been focusing on the positive parts of my life.
Like the woman I've been seeing, my Anna.
You know, Eddie, the program strongly suggests that you wait until I know, I'm not supposed to date anyone until I've been sober for a year.
But it is new.
We've been taking it very slowly.
For a lot of reasons.
And I've just really been in a good place, and she's helped me get there.
Well, if it doesn't work out, I'd still like to set you up with my niece.
If I date your niece, I can't date you.
Oh, you.
Look at her, just giggling.
There's no support group for that.
Wait, wait.
When we play Celebrity later, how many clues should each person get? I can't believe how juvenile my parents are being! So five? It's been almost two weeks, and my mom is still a total mess.
How could he tell her that what Neil did was her fault? Well, in your dad's defense Treading lightly here He just found out a piece of shocking information about something that Neil did to both you and your mom.
It's a lot to take in.
I know when I first found out, it took me more than a minute to process it.
No, I get that, but my mom is devastated, and my dad blaming her for it is only making things harder on her, which is making things harder on me.
But I thought you said that your dad was great when he called you earlier to find out how you were doing.
Yeah, he was great with my stuff.
But the second I brought up Mom, he just lost it.
And now, they both want me to take their side.
Is that my mom calling to make sure that I don't blame her for this, or my dad calling to make sure I do? Ooh.
Hello? No, I told you I'm not mad at you.
Hey, Shelly.
- Is that Rome? - Mm-hmm.
Did you tell him what your father said? Actually, Mom, Rome just told me that when he first found out what Neil did, he was angry, too.
At me? Would it help if I talked to him? No, not at you.
At the fact that it happened.
I'm sure that's what Dad's feeling, too.
Well, I wouldn't know, because the man's not comfortable expressing his feelings, or being around anyone else expressing theirs.
Have you tried calling him? Honestly, the way we left things, it seemed like he didn't want to talk to me.
Since when has that ever stopped you? What'd he say? He said, "Don't let that stop you.
" He's right.
I'm gonna call your father as soon as we hang up.
What should I say? Mom, I can't do this right now.
We have a bunch of people coming over for game night.
Is your dad coming? - No.
- Because I love games.
Mom, you're It's just for our friends.
Well, honey, I'd like to think that we're Mom, you're not coming over for dinner.
- It's dinner too? - Mom! - I gotta go.
Love you.
- No, w-wait Okay.
Love you.
Hey, Eddie.
I just wanted to give you the heads up before the party tonight, since I didn't give you the heads up last time.
I'm bringing Anna to game night Oh, well, thanks for letting me Where, full disclosure, we are gonna crush everyone.
Well, the teams haven't been decided yet, but I appreciate the heads up.
And just to give you the heads up, I'm bringing Greta.
Oh, my sister's coming? Okay.
You have to stop doing that.
But it's too fun.
Seriously, though, I'm glad she's gonna be there.
I didn't realize you'd told everyone.
I haven't.
They're They're just gonna find out when we get there.
Well, in that case, I will not be fashionably late.
- Who's that? - It's Eddie.
Oh! What's up, big bro? Okay.
That's it.
You two are not allowed to be on each other's teams.
You're the one who switched teams.
Oh-ho-ho! Jinx! You owe me a Coke.
- Okay.
- Bye.
Oh, my gosh.
Oh, thanks.
Hey, uh Tonight when I meet your friends, do you want me to tone down all this? Absolutely not.
I want them to experience you exactly the way I have.
Oh, really? I mean - Like, exactly? - No, let me rephrase that.
You know what I mean.
- Please stop.
- Different kind of party.
What do you think? One better, or two? Uh they're both great.
Oh, okay, well, perfect.
I'll just wear them both.
Come on, Eddie, I want to look good.
You always look good.
Besides, my friends have already met you.
They know how good you look.
Well, I'm not sure that they remember that part.
What they probably remember is how I yelled at Maggie in the parking lot of a convenience store and then I stormed out of her birthday party.
Which is why, tonight, I really I just want to make a good third first impression.
Well, in that case, not the cardigan.
Okay, thank you.
It's too bad Sophie's on tour.
It'd be nice to have someone at the party that likes me.
You do know I'm gonna be there, right? And in case it wasn't clear, I like you.
Besides, even if she wasn't on tour, there's no way she would show up to a game night with Gary.
That's true.
You sure you don't like the cardigan? If I say I love it, can we move on to the pants? Oh, not even close.
We still have jewelry to do.
You do know game night's tonight, right? You're back.
- Yeah.
- What did the doctor say? We won't get the results until tomorrow.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
Something's different.
How come it smells clean? And why are you taking out the trash? - What did you break? - Nothing.
I-I just didn't want you to have to do it.
I also folded all your laundry that wasn't underwear.
Also, shouldn't you have more underwear? Ha! Alright, listen up, Mother Hen.
As much as I appreciate you nesting, I do not want you kid-gloving me.
I mean, you're a kid, so, technically, it's just It's just gloving.
Stop gloving me.
Oh, hey.
We're going to a game night at Rome and Regina's later.
Yeah, I know.
Eddie told me.
Well, you wanna tag along? Thank you so much for the half-hearted, last-minute invite to tag along, but, um, since you and Eddie are finally out for the night, I thought Milo and I could cook dinner and watch a movie.
Yeah, I know what, uh, "watch a movie" is code for, so let's keep it PG, okay? I don't know what you're talking about.
But if you see a sock on the doorknob, maybe take a lap around the block.
Just take out my trash.
You okay? No.
No, I am not okay.
I hate this.
I know.
I know.
I-I wish that they had given us the results today, - but we just have to be - It's not even that.
It's that we have to wait at all.
It's that we are constantly waiting just to see if we can move forward.
We were just talking about maybe having a kid in a few years, and yet here we are, once again, holding our breath.
We just got back to being us.
I just want I just want to be us.
We are us.
We're still us.
I don't want to be us with cancer.
I'm gonna call Gina and I'm gonna tell her we're not coming.
We're We're going.
We have to go.
I'm not gonna cancel because I mean, God forbid, we find out tomorrow I have it, everything changes after that.
I want one night where nothing has changed.
We're going.
Thank you.
First, I have to hide all of Danny's socks.
So, what do we know about the guy - that Katherine's bringing? - Nothing! I tried to get intel, but she wouldn't even give me a name.
- Yes.
- Okay.
Has Eddie met him? I don't think so, 'cause, you know, he he'd have definitely said something.
Especially if the dude's got great hair.
That might be Maggie with an update on Gary.
Can you check it? I've got wet meat hands.
I thought Gary wasn't getting his results until tomorrow.
- Oh, no.
- What? What'd she say? Is it bad? Oh, no, it's it's not from Maggie.
Well, who's it from? You know, don't worry about it.
Mm, it's from my mother, isn't it? Don't worry about it.
Babe, I handled it.
- What'd you say? - Nothing.
I put it on Do Not Disturb.
Have I told you lately that I really love you? No, but you can bring your wet meat hands over here.
Maybe we can just Alright.
But everybody's out of here by 11:00, or we make them watch.
It's gonna be great.
You don't have to be nervous.
Well, the only thing I'm nervous about is they're gonna like you more than me.
They are totally gonna like me more than they like you.
Have you met me? I am fantastic.
And so modest.
Modesty is my best quality.
Katherine! I am so glad you're here.
I can't wait to meet your mystery Hello.
Ta-da! You have amazing hair.
Oh, thank you, but my modesty remains my best quality.
- Good to know.
- I'm Greta.
I'm Regina.
It's really nice to meet you.
Come in.
Well, it's a pomade and then a mousse, and then you're gonna have to hairspray it.
- Oh, wow.
- Light texturizing powder.
One of the timers is going off, and I can't tell if it's for the cauliflower Hello.
- Hey.
- I'll take this.
I thought you were gonna bring a date.
And you must be Katherine's date.
Just till 9:00.
She only bought the hour.
Ooh, look who upgraded.
- I'm Rome.
- Greta.
- Great name, great hair.
- Right? Can I get you a drink? Yes, that.
- Oh, now we know it's not poison.
- Do you? So, what's new? Uh oh, nothing, just got a new blouse - New girlfriend.
- Yeah, you did.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- So, we hadn't seen each other since high school.
Thank you.
And, um, I tracked down where she worked and showed up.
Which, luckily, I found more cute than stalkery.
She's been stalking me ever since.
What do you do? Please say you are a musician.
Sadly, I am a tattoo artist.
- Oh.
- What? Which, as we all know, is way cooler, right, Ed? Well, I'm his stalker.
She's mostly kidding.
Can I get you some drinks? - Please.
- Okay.
Oh, Eddie, we have root beer in the fridge And seltzer, right? Actually, I picked up some Italian soda for you.
Oh, really? And what is the flavor of the day? It changes every day.
Yes, but what is it today? Sir, it changes every day.
What's happening here? When I was pregnant with Theo, Eddie and I were at this restaurant in the North End, and on the menu, they featured a soda of the day.
So we asked the waitress, "What is the soda of the day?" And she says, "Um, it changes every day.
" - "So, what's the flavor today?" - "Ma'am, I said it changes every day.
" Oh, that must be Maggie and Gary.
They're still coming? Uh, yeah.
I gave them an out, but Maggie said Gary wants the distraction.
So please don't mention anything tonight.
Yeah, Maggie says Gary just wants it to be a normal night, so just play it cool Hey! Hey! It's the man of the hour right there.
What? W-Why am I the man of the hour? B-Because you Because you're wearing that snazzy-ass coat.
Man, get out of here.
I've had this thing for at least 10 years.
You've seen it plenty of times.
I think you even borrowed it once.
I never borrowed that.
But every time I see you in it, I give myself a mental note to tell you how dope you look in that coat.
- Dope coat.
- Mm-hmm.
Yeah, speaking of dope coats You left this at my party.
Oh, right.
Thank you.
We totally made out on that coat.
Katherine? This is Greta.
She's with me.
Well, hello, plus one.
I don't know if this needs to be said, but I'm gonna say it anyway.
Ed do not have sex with Greta.
Oh, no.
You must be Gary.
I must be.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
Are those for me? That depends.
Are you still making me eggplant parm? Do you not smell the aroma of cheese melting over vegetables? Well, in that case, these are for you.
Thank you.
This is so adult.
Yeah, especially since all the adults are gone.
Where are they? Game night at Rome and Gina's.
Oh, wait, does that mean everything's okay with Gary? Actually, we don't know yet.
We're st-still waiting on the results.
Hey, do you do you mind if we hold off on dinner? I need you to take me somewhere.
So, let's say you're trying to get your team to say the word on the slip of paper, and the answer is "Luke Skywalker.
" - Don't put Luke Skywalker.
- No, I wasn't.
First round, you can say anything except for "Luke" or "Skywalker.
" So you could say "Han Solo's friend.
" Han Solo? No, don't put "Han Solo.
" - Can I get another slip of paper? - Seriously? What? I misspelled something.
You misspelled "Han Solo.
" Here, babe.
My pen isn't working.
- Here you go, bud.
- Oh, you can use mine.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
Which one Oh.
That's probably Carole from across the hall.
I swear, this woman can hear everything except for "Hold the elevator.
" - Want me to get it? - I got it, babe.
I didn't want to get it.
I'm gonna do Carole from across the hall.
What are you doing here? I tried to text you, but you have your phone on Do Not Disturb.
I was just, uh I just wanted to make sure that everything's okay.
Everything's fine.
I know it's confusing, but I put it on Do Not Disturb so that I would not be disturbed.
I'll call you tomorrow, okay? I talked to your father.
It didn't go well.
Alright, what happened? Well, I, um I called him, just like you told me to, and he just laid into me.
He, um He said that if If he'd been around, that Neil never could have And that it was all my fault.
And, honey, maybe he's right.
Because if you had been with your father, you never would have been around your uncle.
Neil was a monster.
And I don't blame you for what happened, so it doesn't matter what Dad thinks.
It does to me.
Mom, it wasn't your fault.
I don't know what else I can say to make you believe that.
You're right.
There's nothing else to say.
Do you want to come in? No.
No, no, no.
I don't want to bring everybody down.
I'll just, um I'll just talk to you tomorrow.
Okay? Gina, help your mother to an exit because the kitchen's on Oh, she's gone.
Well, in that case, there's no fire.
Listen, I I have to go.
There's nothing else you can say to her.
It's not my mom I need to speak to.
Get more, get more.
Take a few.
Wow! This is the celebrity that made Theo pee his pants.
- Uh, Mickey Mouse! - Yes.
Oh, uh, this is the guy that you think the, um, uh, Elton John song is about.
Uh, hold me closer, Tony Danza! Yes! Oh, uh Macaulay Culkin.
Oh, no, no! Uh, I meant to do, um Oh! Oh, oh! Stefon from "SNL"! - Yes! - What? Okay! Oh, my God, this is the guy you just guessed.
Macaulay Culkin! - Yes! Aah! - That's time.
- Unbelievable.
- Thank God.
16, 17, 18.
Wow, that's gotta be a game night record.
It's ridiculous is what it is.
- Go team.
- Yo.
Okay, Anna, you're up.
We're down by 12.
No pressure.
GARY: Let's go, squad.
Zero pressure.
And go! Okay, okay, it's it's that, um Oh, you know, that thing.
Need more information.
You know that thing Say more words.
Just more words.
Ideally that form a sentence.
Okay, pass.
Oh, no! Every time you pass, we lose a point.
- What? Pass.
- Stop passing! Okay, okay, so this is It it's not the sad Green Giant, it's Oh, you can't say "Green" or "Giant.
" Oh! Okay, okay, so, this is the first person to want - And time! - Wow! Great job.
Great job.
I'm so sorry.
- I'm so sorry.
- Barely matters.
- The stupid timer - Good effort.
It was a good effort.
You guys are sweet.
Ed, you're up.
Come on, lover boy.
Yeah, here we go, here we go.
- Sorry.
- That's all right.
- We're about to get it back with this.
- Yeah.
Oh, thank you.
Katherine, yeah? You ready, huh? Born ready, Eduardo! Let's do this! I am also ready.
Dad, I need you to apologize to Mom.
I will absolutely not apologize to her.
She should apologize to me and to you.
I mean, this was not some stranger This was her brother.
She knew and she didn't protect you.
Dad, that's just it.
She didn't know.
She said he did it to her, too.
She blocked it out.
I know what she's trying to make you believe, but you don't just forget something like that.
Dad, do you know how old Mom was when Neil first did that to her? She was 7.
She couldn't protect herself, so her subconscious did the only thing it could to protect her It erased it from her memory.
And I know she's telling the truth, because I did the same thing after he did it to me.
Neil took something from me I didn't even know that I had.
Okay? He was the first man that ever touched me.
Gina, I'm so sorry.
I should have been there for you.
Look at me.
I'm not that little girl anymore.
And, honestly, for a while, it was really hard to deal with it, to come to terms with it.
But who I am now is stronger than I have ever been.
And I feel like every minute I spend wondering what could've gone differently gives him the power back.
He doesn't deserve that.
That's mine.
Stop punishing yourself for something you don't deserve to be punished for.
It's not your fault.
And it's not Mom's, either.
Let me start by thanking whoever folded their strips in fourths.
What, are we playing games or doing origami here? Yeah, alright, Mendez.
Only need 17 to tie.
We ready over there? - Okay.
- And here we go.
Uh, Bamm-Bamm.
Lone Ranger! - What? - Uh, the guns B-bam, bam.
No, uh, modern Stone Age family.
- Fred Flintstone! - Yes! No, agh, I said "stone.
" It doesn't count.
No, no, you're Actually, that's okay.
We got it when you said "Bamm-Bamm.
" That's a point.
And you know what? I'm still talking, so I'm adding 10 seconds to your time.
No, wh-what are you doing? Alright, fine, 15.
Guys, stop.
Do you want to play something else? - We can totally play something else.
- Please.
- What should we play? Um, maybe - Quiplash? Yes, that is exactly what I was thinking! Yeah, you love Quiplash.
- Of course it was.
- Just cut it out, all of you, okay?! I see what you're doing, and it's super sweet, but it's very annoying.
I don't want to think about tomorrow.
I came here to play games with my self-indulgent, often thoughtless friends.
So will you please, please, go back to being those people so that we can just have a normal night, please? Well, since you said it you did say "stone.
" And ain't nobody get it off of Bamm-Bamm.
Thank you.
Oh, that's my asparagus tarts.
No, wait.
I think it's the brownies.
You know, I should've got Gina to write it down.
No, my nose is telling me the cheese is burning.
Oh, that's my brie, dude.
Wait up.
Hey, you definitely seem like you've got that under control, so I'll get the door.
You guys keep playing.
Save your Lactaid, everyone, because this is a mess.
Uh, Rome's inside.
Let me, uh I'll grab him.
Danny came to my concert tonight.
When do you get the results? Um not till tomorrow.
You didn't have to come.
You have every right to be mad at me, and I I don't want this to be the reason you No, it's not.
It's just another reminder that life is short.
And I don't have time to not have you in mine.
I still don't like what you did, and I never will, but I care about you more than I am mad at you.
And if you don't have cancer, I still reserve the right to be pissed at you again.
That's fair.
But if I do have cancer and it's terminal, you just say the word, and I will kill Peter.
- You missed me.
- I missed you.
Yeah, I missed you.
Here we go.
Okay, okay, okay.
So this is This is one of my clues.
- Oh, you can't say that.
- Oh, it's okay, just keep going.
- Wait, wait.
Come here.
- Ooh! I love this one.
- Great! Start giving clues.
- Y-You gotta see this.
Okay, it's the it's the movie with the DeLorean.
- "Back to the Future"! - Yeah.
And you can say, "Back to the Future.
" Okay, so it's the kid from that movie.
Michael J.
And you can say "Back to the Future.
" But not the actor's name, the character's name.
Marty McFly! Yes! - Yes! - You got one! Okay, okay, so so, the first name is Marty.
And time! No.
It was Martin Scorsese.
- Wow.
- Yeah.
- That's - I'm the worst.
You could've just said it was "Goodfellas," but Hi.
She's with me.
And, Katherine, you thought your date was gonna be the biggest surprise of the night.
Oh, no! - Okay.
Oh, no! - Whoa.
- It's It's okay.
- Oh, my God! Oh, my God.
I'm so sorry.
Hey, Eddie, are you okay? We should probably get the alcohol off the alcoholic.
- Oh, Rome, your carpet! - Paper towels coming up.
Yeah, yeah, Ed, you can wear one of my shirts.
It's not that bad, guys.
Um, actually, I think you should.
I'm gonna go get one.
Oh, God.
I'm so sorry, babe.
- It's fine.
Dry clean.
- I'm so sorry.
Oh, no.
- Oh, the carpet.
Look at the carpet! - Be Be careful, though.
Be careful.
That's, like, a Sort of an aggressive way to pick up glass.
- Oh, God! - No, just Hey.
I'm really sorry.
Just when I heard you and Gary were getting back together, I just I freaked out.
No, Soph, I'm sorry.
Believe me, I never wanted you to find out that way.
I know.
Listen, I'm sure you guys are gonna get good results tomorrow, but I just wanted to say that no matter what happens, I'm here for you, just like you were there for me.
And I realize as I say that, I've said that to you before, but this time I mean it.
Hey, hey.
It's okay.
But what if it's not? What's mine is yours, unless it's designer.
And don't touch my facial cream.
Hey, man, I'm I'm sorry about treating you differently earlier, bro.
- I was just trying - I'm fine.
- You sure? - Yeah.
Yeah, yeah.
I mean, I thought I was, but I'm not so sure.
With Sophie showing up Yeah, I-I-I didn't realize you two had worked things out.
We hadn't.
Danny told her.
Well, I wish it were for a better reason, but Sophie being back is good, right? Yeah.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
It's great.
It's just, uh, I don't know if you've noticed, but sometimes I can lean towards glass half empty.
No, haven't noticed at all.
And the reason that I do that And I know this is gonna sound crazy But there is a part of me that thinks if I act like my cancer's gonna come back, it'll keep my cancer from coming back.
So when Maggie found the lump on me, I mean, sure, I was nervous, but there was this voice in the back of my head that kept telling me, "There is no way it's back.
" And that voice told me the same thing during my CAT scan and my surgery.
And even when the nurse said we couldn't get the results yet, deep down, I was like, "It's fine.
You're fine.
" Now, with Sophie coming back I'm really scared.
Just so you know, this is not me treating you differently.
I got you.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but that's your penis touching my penis, right? You can't help it, huh? Man, this guy really loves his paisley, huh? Hey, sorry about what Anna said.
She's just nervous.
Oh, I don't care about what she said, Eddie.
What I care about is how much she's drinking.
Oh, it's fine.
I'm driving.
That's not what I mean.
She's at a party.
Yeah, and the guy she's here with is an alcoholic.
You guys all drink around me.
Not like that, we don't.
All I'm saying is, you've done a lot of work to get sober and to get your visitation with Theo back Katherine, with all due respect, I take my drug tests and I pass them.
The rest of this is really none of your business.
When was it decided that doctors could just be late and we all had to be fine with that? I mean, the guy did save your life two years ago.
Maybe cut him a little slack.
I'll give him five more minutes.
That's just enough time for me to tell you my theory about his perpetual tardiness.
Oh, I'm listening.
He is in cahoots with the parking people.
First 20 minutes free? Not with this guy.
Or maybe it's because he wants to make an entrance.
No, that's not it.
Could be it.
No, but it's not.
I mean, I can see him wanting to do that if he were dressed differently, but every day with this guy, it's the same white lab coat.
Maybe it's the shoes.
I never noticed the shoes.
Which is exactly why he needs to make an entrance.
Eh? Sorry for the wait.
It's the parking.
So, we got the lab results right here.
It turns out the mass Dr.
Jacobs removed wasn't cancerous.
- Thank God.
- Thank God.
You were worried.
By the way, nice shoes.
Well? Well, I won't be leaving you that game console anytime soon, if that's what you're wondering.
The doc says I'm fine.
That's amazing.
I Ooh! My boobs are a work in progress, though.
Colin, don't get up.
It was just a life-or-death situation.
They got the whole tumor? Yeah, with clear margins.
Oh, thank God.
Can I text everyone the good news? As long as you keep me off the group chain.
Hey, Dan Dixon Thank you for telling Sophie.
I'm just glad you're okay.
Now can I have my socks back? I don't see that happening.
Let me see.
Oh, I know exactly what I would've charaded for Martin Scorsese.
- Next time.
- Really? Ooh! Hold that thought.
Who is Stephen Root? Oh, he must be on one of those kid shows.
I didn't realize you two were So I will just I will I will get out of the way.
No, Shelly, don't don't leave.
I came here to see you.
I mean, "None of my business"? All I was doing was trying to look out for his sobriety.
She was a mess, right? Like a total mess.
She was a mess.
You're right about that.
Yeah, and then, he just Wait, um, wh-what am I not right about? Last night, the reason you didn't give anyone a heads up about us is because I'm the person you're dating, and everybody has to either accept that or not.
I know where you're going with this, and this is completely different.
It's not about me liking her or not liking her.
I'm worried about him relapsing.
Are you sure that is the only reason you're upset? Because it seems like maybe this is the first big decision that Eddie's made without you since you've gotten divorced, and you are having a hard time letting go.
That is not true.
It kind of is.
Didn't you say he showed you the apartment he was gonna rent? Because he wanted to.
Okay, but he didn't ask you to bring a non-alcoholic drink to the party for him.
You're acting like you are still married to him.
Believe me, I-I know how difficult it can be to break the habit of taking care of someone.
I mean, the first couple weeks after Julia and I split, she texted me every night to make sure that I was taking my meds.
But being bipolar and being an alcoholic are two completely different things.
You're right, but they are two things we both have to constantly prove to the world we have under control.
Which is tough when the people that we love respond the way that That you and Julia do.
I'm in a good place.
It seems like Eddie is, too.
But he will never be able to prove it to you, or himself, if you don't give him a chance.
So, how're you feeling? Embarrassed and like a truck just ran me over.
That happened to me once.
Eddie, I'm so sorry.
It's just, seeing the connection that you still have with Katherine and then being so nervous to be around all your friends, I probably I had a little too much to drink.
Been there, too.
Listen, I need to talk to you about something.
I was at my support group yesterday, and I brought you up.
And when I did, I called you "my Anna.
" My Anna? Yeah, I was gonna say "my girlfriend," but then I realized I didn't talk to you about that yet, and How would you feel if, next time, I say "my girlfriend"? I think I'd like that.
Okay, girlfriend.
Oh, I-I do like it a lot boyfriend.
I never said you could call me that.
Shelly, I am so sorry.
I wish I knew what you were going through when we were together.
But the one thing I need you to know is, I believe you.
What are you thinking about, Mendez? Oh, just just thinking about you.
And all the moments since we broke up that we could've been together.
I don't want to waste any more time.
I think we should just move back in together.
I think we should have a baby.
Yeah? Mm-hmm.
Well, if it's a boy, obviously, it's Camden.
What will we name it if it's a girl?
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