Army Wives s06e03 Episode Script

The Best of Friends

Previously on Army Wives All right, that's it! Let's pack up and get home! Come here, baby.
Come here.
Come here.
Do that later.
Move! Go, go.
This side.
That way.
The doctors say that Denise is officially in a coma.
Denise? D, baby, can you hear me? Yeah.
Thank God.
Fort Hope's gonna close.
And Fort Marshall will be expanded to accommodate the 32nd Airborne Division as well as the 17th Airborne Corps headquarters.
The army needs an Acting Corps Commander until Congress can find an official replacement.
Who are they thinking of? The army offered it to me.
This means a chance for a third star, doesn't it? What happened? The wind took part of the roof off and a lot of water got in.
I wouldn't go in there myself.
Chase thinks we should get on the next plane to California.
No, you cannot do that.
- As of this minute, we're homeless.
- No, you're not.
Pamela and the kids are gonna be staying with us for a few days.
Isn't that great? It's gonna be fun.
Katie, hurry up! Come on, Katie! Open up! You've been in there forever! - Have not! - Have to! Is she always like this? Always.
Hurry up! Okay, TJ, knock it off.
Katie, the boys are waiting! Put it in gear.
- It's not fair.
- Katie Can't find my patrol cap.
Don't look at me.
Is that, like, a baseball hat? Yeah.
Why? We were sorta playing with it in my room.
Oh! Katie! The toilet won't flush.
Oh! It's not my fault.
I got it.
I got it.
Katie, open the door.
I'll deal with it.
- Katie.
- But mom! Katie Moran! Trevor.
Don't be mad.
This is getting old, babe.
Okay, it won't be much longer.
How long? Do you realize we haven't had sex in two weeks? Well, maybe we could get a room.
If we could get a room, I'd put the Morans in it.
That's the problem.
There are no rooms.
Okay, well, she's my best friend and she saved Finn's life.
So just a little longer.
Come on, monkey.
Finish up.
- Mmm.
- You want me to take over? Oh, no.
I'm good.
I saw Dr.
Seaver yesterday.
Clean bill of health.
Completely back to normal.
Oh, that is so great.
Yeah, it's amazing how much better I feel after just two weeks.
Now it's the just usual "not enough time in the day" routine.
Oh, tell me about it.
With all of Fort Hope coming here, everyone's burning the midnight oil.
Especially Michael.
He loves it, though.
Yeah? And how about you? Oh, I'm adjusting.
Well, I know how much you wanted to practice law full-time.
Well, there's plenty to do here now.
Are you kidding? You're a Corps Commander's wife.
Acting Corps Commander.
- Still.
- Mm.
Oh, they're kicking me upstairs, Denise.
Jackie Clark will be taking over the day-to-day division stuff, and you'll have to help her.
Yeah, I know.
Gosh, the last time Jackie and I were in an FRG together Frank was a lieutenant in Kevin Clarke's company.
Well, ancient history.
Good morning, ladies.
Hi, Frank.
Hiya, princess.
Hey, princess.
Uh, do I get one of those? Mwah.
Breakfast? Oh, no time.
I gotta lead a march over to Range 46 today.
Another march? Tip of the spear, D.
Gotta keep 'em sharp.
Yes, Sir.
Well you two have a good day.
Bye, honey.
You, too.
Well, someone's chipper.
It's hard to believe Two weeks ago, we were all headed our separate ways, and now it's like nothing's changed at all.
It is a total madhouse.
This morning, I thought Trevor's head might actually explode.
The truth is, we should've just moved to California to begin with.
Well, hindsight's 20/20.
At the time, you and Chase thought you were doing what was best for the kids-- Keeping 'em here until the school year is over.
I know.
Hey, you want a change of venue? You could always try Casa Burton for a while.
Our rates are competitive.
I appreciate that, Roland, really, but that's not the answer.
We need to get back into our own place.
When's that gonna happen? I don't know.
The landlord is not answering my calls.
I'm tempted to put out an APB.
Honestly, I don't know how much more of this we can take.
Look, just keep telling yourself, it's only temporary.
Soon you'll be back in your own place, fighting exclusively with your own children.
Well, thank you for the coffee and for listening.
It's nice to have a man to complain to.
That's what I'm here for.
See you later.
Okay, next item-- In the treasurer's report, you'll see the charitable contributions we made last year.
Please review the list before our next meeting so we can discuss this year's allocations.
Oh, my God.
- W-- - Please, go on.
Everyone, we have a special guest.
Jacqueline Clarke, the wife of General Kevin Clarke, Commander of the 32nd Airborne Division.
Thank you, and-- and it's Jackie.
Jackie, come on up.
No, no, I'll just-- Come on, these women will be your FRG leaders.
Yeah, come on.
It is so good to see you.
Good to see you, too.
- Claudia Joy Holden.
- Of course.
Please forgive us.
We would've given you a proper welcome had we known you were coming.
No, no, I should apologize.
Kevin woke up this morning, decided he wanted to make an early visit, so we hoped a plane, and here we are.
Well, great.
Would you like to say a few words? I know we're all looking forward to working with you.
Uh, sure.
Thank you, Claudia Joy.
Hi, everyone.
As you know, the hurricane hit us really hard at Fort Hope, which is why Kevin and I want to move everybody here as quickly as possible.
Many of our families lost everything in the storm.
They've stayed army strong because that's who we are, ladies, but this PCS will be more difficult than most.
I-in addition to the usual challenges, many of our families will need new clothes, appliances, pots and pans-- The basics.
Every family will need your support.
That's the key.
Your friendship is what's gonna make the difference in this move.
So thank you in advance for making us all feel welcome.
Kevin, good to see you.
General Clarke, Colonel Burton, Garrison Commander.
I heard you did some outstanding work during the storm, Colonel.
Team effort, Sir.
Sorry to barge in like this, but you have no idea how bad conditions are down at Fort Hope.
I was hoping to push up the timetable on this transition.
What kind of push did you have in mind? I'd like to move 5,000 troops in the next 2 weeks, with 10,000 to follow over the next 2 months.
That's a tall order.
It is, but every day isn't mission ready, our nation's defenses are weakened.
What do you think, Colonel? Can you handle it? We can do it.
Yes, Sir.
You just let me know what you need, we'll make it happen.
We're off to a good start.
So how long are you staying? Just overnight.
Kevin wants to check out operations.
I'll look in on housing, schools-- The kind of things I need to sell my families on.
I wasn't aware we needed selling.
No, that's not what I mean.
Every time a family gets PCS'ed, there are always questions about the new post, and in this case, because Fort Marshall was gonna close, some of the wives think there must be something wrong with it.
Oh, it's not like we were condemned or anything.
No, of course not.
Just the usual rumor mill.
Well, we won't be a hard sell at all.
This is a great post, and you're inheriting a terrific FRG from Claudia Joy.
So I've heard, and believe me, I am grateful.
Would you like a quick tour? - Love it.
- Claudia Joy? Absolutely, and Michael and I would like to host you and General Clarke for dinner tonight.
- Oh, you don't have to do that.
- We'll keep it simple.
Strictly casual.
Denise, you and Frank, too.
- Oh, great.
- Good.
- Yeah.
- Thank you, Claudia Joy.
Of course.
It's so much fun to have you here.
Three bedrooms and a pool? You really think we can afford that, Chase? I know.
You're making more money.
Well, right now, I just want to get back in our apartment and not worry about anything for a few days, so we can talk about houses later.
Oh, yeah, I'm checking on it myself.
What the hell? I don't get it.
How can you condemn an apartment without telling the tenants? Look, we informed the landlord.
It's his responsibility to notify the tenants.
Well, he didn't.
Can you at least tell me how I can get my stuff out? Yeah.
Take it up with your landlord.
Well, I can't take it up with my landlord because he's halfway to Costa Rica or something.
Look, I realize that this is not your responsibility, but I'm a public servant, too, and I'm not leaving here until you tell me how to get my stuff.
All right, look Ask for Jerry.
He'll make an appointment to escort you inside.
Good luck.
Thank you.
Oh, come on.
Come on, now.
Wake up, son.
There you go.
You gonna get it? Come on.
Come on, man.
Ohh! That's what you call a finger roll right there.
Let me see.
Hey You want to join these guys down here? No.
I just like it with you and me, dad.
Your ball.
Show me somethin'.
I got you.
I got you.
All right.
All right.
What you got? Whoa.
You all right? Mm.
It hurts.
Oh, let me see.
Oh, it's just a scrape.
Hold on for a second.
Hold this to stop the bleeding.
All right.
Come on.
All right.
Let's get you cleaned up.
Hope you don't mind.
He scraped his knee playing basketball.
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.
You okay? He's a doctor.
I see.
And who are you? David Burton.
I'm Charlie.
Short for Charlotte.
I'm Roland.
It's short for Roland.
I don't think I've seen you around here before, have I, David? No.
Well, welcome to the youth activity center.
Thank you.
Is this your place? Oh, the army owns it, but they pay me to run it.
Are you in the army? Oh, no.
I'm a civilian and proud of it.
My mom's in the army.
I can get rid of those for you.
Oh, thanks.
I got it.
Tell me, David, do you like oatmeal cookies? With raisins in them, yes.
Well, this is my lucky day.
Some kids are having a cookie bake-off, and I could use an expert to help me judge.
Dad? Go for it, man.
All right.
This way.
That's Shawcross Field, General, one of three proposed expansion sites for on-post housing.
One moment, Colonel.
Colonel Sherwood.
Halt! Sir.
Good to see you again, Frank.
You, too, Sir.
Still leading from the front, I see.
- As always.
- Oo-ahh.
You men are being led by one of the best.
I should know.
I trained him.
Carry on, Frank.
Look forward to serving with you again.
Roger that, Sir.
What a charming neighborhood.
Oh, that's our house.
Who lives there? That used to be the Commanding General's quarters.
Do you want to take a look? Love to.
It's like Tara.
Oh, well, it is now.
When Michael was promoted, it needed a lot of work.
We were already living next door, so we stayed put, and the house was eventually converted into guest quarters for the International Leadership Training Program.
Didn't I read that program was transferred to Fort Bliss? - Yes.
- Yeah, that's right.
Last month.
They moved because we were scheduled to close.
So it's vacant? Could you imagine living in a place like this? Maybe you could.
Oh, no, no.
This house should belong to the Corps Commander.
No, the Holdens are perfectly happy where they are.
Isn't that right, Claudia Joy? - Yes, it is.
- You could be neighbors.
Denise, slow down.
The army usually has a thing or two to say about real estate.
Why wouldn't they approve it? Wh-what do you think, Claudia Joy? I think it's an interesting idea.
Look at this yard.
I mean, think of the entertaining you could do here.
I'm gonna taste this one again.
David's a sweetheart.
- Yeah.
- Where you been hiding him? Uh, he's only been on post for a few months.
He's adopted.
And he's usually pretty reserved around strangers.
Seems good to me.
You should bring him by more often.
Maybe I will.
Do we have a winner? Okay.
I agree.
Go ahead.
Number two.
Suzy Hamilton! You did good! No, you can't go.
Roxy, our apartment's been condemned.
So you'll find a new one.
Where? We'll-- we'll look together.
We've been through this-- Nothing's available, and rent's have gone through the roof since the hurricane.
Okay, so you'll keep staying with us until something opens up.
Trevor's fine with it.
Yeah, right.
Walls are thin, Rox.
Okay, fine.
Let me handle Trevor.
The point is, you are not going to California, not yet, anyway.
Look, you think I want to go? I don't want to leave until school's over, but right now, I-I feel like I'm letting everybody down The kids, Chase, you, me-- No, you're not letting anyone down.
You've just hit a patch of bad road, that's all, but it'll be fine.
How? Will you cover the bar? Roxy, where are you going? I'll tell you later.
Oh, sorry.
We're just about to close.
Oh, no, you're not.
We're on the list for a new house, and we need it now.
I'm afraid that's impossible.
Impossible? "A," I can't move you up the list.
"B," even if I could, I don't have the inventory because of all the transfers from Fort Hope.
Well, I guess, I'll just have to go to "C" then and call my good friend Claudia Joy Holden, wife of General Michael Holden, and tell her that the housing office won't help a silver star recipient and his family.
What's your name again? - Lester Huggins.
- General Holden? Okay, wait a minute.
Okay, just-- It's ringing.
Okay, okay.
Second Lieutenant Trevor Leblanc.
Okay, all I can do is check.
I think you can do more than that, Lester.
You don't understand-- Improvise, adapt, overcome-- Isn't that the army way? Actually, that's the Marines, ma'am.
It's close enough.
Keep typing.
This is absolutely charming.
What a lovely home.
I can see why you didn't want to leave.
Thank you.
Was that a Remington I saw in the foyer? - Mm-hmm.
- It was.
Jackie loves Western art.
Well, there's another one in the study.
Now that one-- That's my favorite.
Would you care to see it? I'd love to.
This way.
- Excuse me.
- Sure.
So Jackie tells me you went to Harvard Law.
I did, yeah, for two years.
I finally got my degree last year from Carolina.
What happened in between? The army.
And a family.
- Mm-hmm.
- Of course.
And are you practicing now? No.
No, but she did work part-time last year.
I was thinking about going full-time this year, but then this opportunity for Michael came up, so Ah, the things we do for love.
Believe me, the army appreciates the sacrifices you ladies make to support your soldiers.
It's not all sacrifice, Kevin.
I don't regret a minute.
I didn't mean to offend.
No, no, no.
No offense taken.
Have you tried the crab cakes? It's stunning.
Yeah, isn't it? A gift from my battalion command.
Do you collect art, jacqueline? My family does.
And it's Jackie.
Short for jacqueline.
My apologies.
Like Jackie Kennedy, right? You were named after her, weren't you? Uh, yes.
My-- my mother's family used to spend summers with the Bouviers in East Hampton.
I knew you were a general's daughter.
I don't know anything about your mother's family.
Well, they have a military connection, too.
One of my ancestors was Henry Knox.
Of the Continental Army? - That's the one.
- Artillery expert.
Washington's first secretary of war.
He started the school that essentially became west point.
Oh, I'm getting a history lesson here.
You could probably teach me a thing or two about my own family, Michael.
The revolutionary war is a specialty of mine.
You know, my mother has a private printing of Knox's Wartime Journals if you'd like to see them.
I would love that.
Uh, dinner is ready.
Shall we? This way.
Not hungry, David? I ate Too many cookies.
Huh? Wonder why that is.
He was a judge.
He had to.
I wanted to be fair.
All right.
You're excused.
I could read a story to Sara Elizabeth.
I'd say that's a yes.
There you go, girl.
Thank you, my boy.
Lighten up, mom.
He had a great time.
I tell you, that Charlie Mayfield, she is impressive.
Not a fan, huh? Let's just say, she's not exactly army issue.
Yeah, I get that, but, uh, the kids love her.
I have to write her up all the time.
What for? Oh, all sorts of things.
She won't follow regs.
Well, give me an example.
Kitchen methods.
She uses vinegar to wipe down the countertops instead of bleach.
And That's a problem because? Because the army requires bleach.
Why? What's wrong with vinegar? I am not gonna argue disinfectants with you.
You asked me for an example.
I gave you one.
I just think it's kinda silly.
Don't you? No, I don't.
Charlie Mayfield thinks that she can get away with anything because she's colorful.
Which pushes your buttons, obviously.
It is not personal.
I have a Garrison to run.
If people don't follow regs, discipline erodes.
Don't say it like that.
I'm just s-- I'm just saying, the woman's good at her job.
You should've seen our son.
He loved it there.
I'm not saying he can't go back.
- I'm just saying that she's-- - That she's a pain your butt.
- Exactly.
- And it's such a nice butt, too.
Stop it.
Well, that was great.
I don't know how you threw it together on such short notice, but you really pulled it off.
Claudia Joy? No, I think it went well, too.
Tell me.
They're in town for one night, and she packs a red cocktail dress? So? I tell Jackie dinner is casual.
Denise and I deliberately dress down to make her feel comfortable, and she shows up wearing that.
You looked great.
You're missing the point, Michael.
I guess I am.
What is the point? She pulled the same type of thing this morning.
She interrupts the FRG meeting, draws attention to herself, I invite her to address the group, she makes a nice little speech off-the-cuff, supposedly.
At first, I thought it was very sweet.
But now Now what? Now I wonder if it all wasn't just a little orchestrated.
I don't want to sound petty, Michael, I She's very bright.
So is he.
Frankly, I don't know how I feel about them moving in next door.
Well, it's not a done deal.
Would you like to live in that house? No.
But I don't want the Clarkes to either.
Think about how it looks.
I don't care how it looks.
Well, you should.
You and Clarke are competing for a third star.
Who says that? Everybody.
Michael, come on.
People talk.
When General Kearney stepped down, Clarke thought he'd get Corps Commander, not you.
Now that you're Acting Commander, he wants the job when Congress makes a permanent appointment.
Well, that may be true.
I hear things, too, Claudia Joy.
But you know my attitude.
All I can do is my job.
I understand.
I do.
And I'm not saying Jackie Clarke did anything wrong.
All I'm saying is, I want you to get everything you deserve.
I don't want anything or anyone getting in your way.
And I appreciate that.
But don't worry.
I can handle things.
And right now everything I deserve Is standing right in front of me.
What's up, babe? Did you go to the housing office yesterday? Why? 'Cause rumor has it, you caused quite a scene.
Well, you know what they say about rumors.
Roxy? I just went by to see where we were on the list.
That's not what I hear.
I hear you threatened to call Mrs.
Holden if the guy didn't help you out.
Is that true? I may have mentioned Claudia Joy.
Roxy? What's wrong with that? Because you can't just pull rank to cut in line, babe.
It makes me look bad, and it makes you look bad.
Well, I'm sorry, but Pamela's about to leave for California and I just thought that if we could get a bigger house-- Whoa, whoa.
Wait, wait.
That's what this is about, making more room for Pamela? Are you nuts? No, I'm not nuts.
Pamela is family, Trevor.
And you don't give up on family, ever.
I understand, but you can't-- No, I don't think that you do.
I will do anything I can to help Pamela stay here longer, okay? Ugh.
Yeah, that's me.
What? Really? Uh, no, no, no.
That-- that-- that's fine.
Uh, yes, we'll be right by.
Thank you very much.
That was the housing office.
We just got a new house.
Now don't get too excited.
Don't get too excited.
You understand? 'Cause the ball can be right here and then switch over to the other side.
Ah! Hey, David.
Hey, miss Charlie.
It's Charlie, period.
No miss, no ma'am.
Just me.
Glad to have you back.
Good to be back.
Hey, David.
You mind if I talk to Charlie for a minute? Sure.
Be right back.
Hey, what's up? I would like to enroll David in the after-school program.
I'll go get the forms.
Hang on.
Um There's something you should know about David first.
What, that he's HIV positive? How'd you know that? Educated guess.
I don't know too many dads who wear latex gloves to clean up their kid's scrapes and then bag the trash to take home.
Fair enough.
Adopting a kid with HIV-- That's a wonderful thing.
Well, he's a special boy.
I can tell.
And don't worry about the situation here.
I've had several kids with special needs.
It remains confidential, right? Absolutely.
Uh one more thing? I thought you should know My wife is Joan Burton.
Colonel Joan Burton? Mm-hmm.
Get outta here.
You're married to Colonel Burton? I did not see that one coming.
Look, I know that you two have had your differences-- Differences? Hell, she hates my black ass.
No, she doesn't-- Look, it's okay.
I can deal.
Let's just say, Colonel Burton and I Dance to different drummers.
But, um, I was talking to Joan last night, and maybe if you could just modify a few of your procedures-- Hold on, Dr.
I don't tell you how to treat your patients.
You don't tell me how to run my center.
All I'm saying-- The kids aren't soldiers, and I won't treat them that way.
If I don't stay real, they won't trust me.
And once that happens, it's game over.
Can't blame me for trying.
I'll go get the forms.
Thank you.
Looks like David's made some friends.
Block him! Well, before we start, I'd like to welcome Jackie Clarke again.
She's leaving later today, but asked to attend our steering committee meeting.
Thank you, Claudia Joy.
Our, uh, major agenda item today is the hurricane relief fund-raiser.
You have a list of proposals in front of you.
From your e-mails, a fun run or a walk-a-thon are the leading contenders.
I know we were looking for fresh ideas, but these are relatively easy to organize, and they work.
May I? Absolutely.
Have you considered some sort of concert? Yes, we've done those before, but, uh, they take a lot of lead time, and right now, we don't even have a facility.
Isn't that right, Denise? Right.
Our auditorium has some water damage from the storm.
Well, what about a more intimate venue? What do you mean? At Fort Hope, we held a backyard fund-raiser with Craig Morgan.
Raised over $30,000.
- Wow.
- Yeah.
Yeah, it was great, and Craig's ex-army himself.
He said he'd be happy to help us out again.
You talked to him? Well, it was in relation to his next USO tour, but when I mentioned the possibility of this, - he jumped at it.
- I love Craig Morgan.
Yeah, so how does this work? Well, it-- It's simple, really.
We invite senior officers and their spouses as guests, and then we ask community leaders and businessmen to sponsor tables, so it combines fund-raising with community outreach.
What a great idea.
I think we all agree, it-- It's very imaginative, but do we really want to hold an event that excludes most of our families? We can hold a concert for everyone later.
- Mm-hmm.
- True, but this FRG has never done anything like this before.
Well, we're looking for fresh ideas, aren't we? This is fresh.
I understand your reservations, Claudia Joy, but I-I think it's-- The important thing is to raise money now for those in need.
It-- Officers and enlisted, right? Exactly.
I hate to be negative, but, um I don't think the army allows private events like this on government property.
That's why we use sponsorships instead of selling tickets.
It's a gray area, but it's for a good cause, and my feeling in cases like this-- It's better to beg forgiveness than ask permission.
What do you think, Denise? I think $30,000 buys a lot of forgiveness.
So What do you think? Are you kidding me? It's incredible.
Three bedrooms, two baths.
Washer/dryer hookup.
Central air.
So am I forgiven? Yeah.
Just don't do it again.
I won't need to.
And about Pamela.
I was thinking Since the back bedroom's bigger, we can put the three boys in there, let Pamela and Katie take the front.
It stinks.
What is that? It's mold.
Okay, this is pretty awful.
But we only have 20 minutes, so let's make this fast.
Everything's ruined.
Oh, man.
I miss dad.
Me, too.
Let's get going.
Pamela, I've got great news.
We got a new house.
I'm serious.
It's ginormous.
And Trevor says you guys can stay as long as you like.
Isn't that great? Okay, Roxy, stop.
Um We're moving to California.
No, you-- you don't have to.
Didn't you hear me? There's enough room for everyone.
Roxy, this is not about the house.
I just came from the apartment.
It's a total disaster.
Everything's gone.
So you'll use your renter's insurance to replace it.
Right, and Where would we put everything? In your new place.
What new place? In the new place you're gonna find.
Forget it, Rox.
I've had enough.
The kids have had enough.
Time to go home.
But th-this is home.
Roxy, I love you like a sister, but you know that's not true.
I mean Home is where my husband is.
So we're gonna go to California next week.
But Roxy, I have to.
I have to go, and you have to let me.
Lucas says, the first thing he wants to do in California is go surfing.
And the first thing Katie wants to do is meet Justin Bieber.
Come on, you guys.
What is this, a wake? Exactly.
Roxy, you promised not to be depressing.
I lied.
Isn't Justin Bieber from Canada? Okay, it scares me that you know that, Roland.
Yeah, Pamela's right.
Come on, everybody.
Let's cheer up.
It's supposed to be a party.
Some party.
I wanted to throw a major blowout at the hump bar.
But no.
Someone would not hear of it.
Roxy, chill.
I let you throw my wedding there.
That was enough.
More than enough.
Remember that night? Are you kidding? The rain, the blackout.
Pamela's freak out about her wedding dress.
Hey, I had reason to be freaking out.
That's good times.
Like the way we met.
Which also involved the hump bar.
Oh, that pool table never knew what hit it.
Two babies in the corner pocket.
- Yes.
- Ooh.
Don't remind me.
Why not? If it wasn't for that day, we wouldn't be here tonight.
Mm, she's right.
You brought us together, Pamela.
And now she's breaking us up Just like Yoko.
Hey, come on.
Here's to Pamela.
The good times, the bad times And everything in between.
Here's to the twilight here's to the memories these are my souvenirs my mental pictures of everything here's to the late nights here's to the firelight these are my souvenirs my souvenirs I close my eyes and go back in time I can see you smiling you're so alive we were so young we had no fear we were so young we had no idea that life was just happening life was just happening Here's to your bright eyes shining like fireflies these are my souvenirs the memory of a lifetime we were wide-eyed with everything everything around us we were enlightened by everything everything so I close my eyes and go back in time I can see you smiling you're so alive I close my eyes and go back in time you were just a child then and so was I we were so young we had no fear we were so young we had no idea that nothing lasts forever nothing lasts forever nothing lasts nothing lasts you and me together were always now or never can you hear me? Can you hear me? Yeah Ooh ooh ooh ooh oh, my God.
How'd it get so late? I got a lot of driving to do tomorrow.
You're right.
You need your sleep, huh? Well You guys have known me long enough to know that I'm no good at speeches.
And I don't have to tell you what you mean to me.
We've been together so long.
And you're my family.
Well, we don't say good-bye in the army, Pamela.
We say, see you again.
See you again.
See you again, Pamela.
Later, red.
I ain't saying anything until I have to.
You still have to sleep at my house, Moran.
I know.
I'll Facebook you.
You're not on Facebook, Lucas.
Mom won't let you.
Well, she's going to.
Just some, uh, bottled water, pretzels, chips.
Thanks, Rox.
You've got GPS? Trevor, it's California.
You head west and you stop when you get to the Pacific.
Take a lot of breaks.
Don't drive tired.
Okay, kids, time to get in the car.
You take care of yourself.
Say hi to Chase for me, all right? Okay.
Don't say anything.
Come back.
I love you.
I gotta go.
Bye, you guys.
I have just begun a long journey that will run Babe.
In a minute.
and width of summertime and the cool fall air will blow me home yeah, you're love can guide me home What do you know about Jackie Clarke? She sounds kind of perfect.
That's exactly what she wants you to believe.
Know your enemy, it might affect your strategy.
I don't have a strategy.
Get one.