Army Wives s06e17 Episode Script

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Previously on Army Wives Call.
Text, right? Come back.
I love you.
Okay.
I gotta go.
Kevin, what aren't you telling me? I know a little more about the deployment.
The 32nd will be patrolling the Pakistani border.
Ohh.
Wow.
You're leaving? Next week.
Then it's over? No, you dope.
This means I want this to work.
Look, if I go to Fort Lee, throw myself into the job in my usual obsessive manner, I can handle-- I'm pregnant.
Aw.
With twins.
Twins? Congratulations.
Oh, that's wonderful, Roxy.
How's Trevor dealing with it? Oh, are you kidding? He loves it.
- Well, he's not the one carrying twins.
- Exactly.
He'll be a'ight.
Quit it, Finn.
It's my turn.
- No, it's not.
- Is, too.
TJ, is it Finn's turn? I haven't reached a save point yet.
- That's not fair.
- Hey, everyone.
Thank God.
Can you do something? What's going on? Whoa.
Whoa.
Whoa.
He only wants to play when I have it.
TJ's not letting me play.
Pamela, will you please come rescue me from this insanity? Actually, I was planning on doing just that.
Chase has a convention in Miami next week.
- Wanna join us? - No, it's my turn! - No, it's not.
- What? I'm serious.
The convention's over Friday.
We thought you could come down for the weekend, a little baby-moon for you and Trevor.
TJ, enough! Hey, hey.
Give that game to your father right now and go upstairs and get ready for dinner.
Now.
Thank you.
Guess what.
Pamela and Chase are gonna be in Miami this weekend, and they want to know if we can join them.
Please.
Can we go? It'll be so much fun.
Tell him Chase can get you the hotel's convention rate.
Pamela says we can get the hotel room cheap.
Wh-what about the boys? Roland always said that he would take them if we ever wanted to get away.
He and Chase can go fishing, play golf.
There's golf and fishing.
Come on, honey.
You really deserve it.
Oh, so this is for me? Well, no.
It's It's for both of us.
I mean, who knows when we'll ever be able to relax again in our entire lives? I suppose I could put in for a pass.
- Yes! - Oh, yeah.
We are so coming.
To Tanya.
To Tanya.
Thanks so much.
So what's the plan? Mm.
One more week at Mercer, and then I am officially out of the army and heading to Virginia.
Mm.
She's getting her BA in nursing.
That's great.
That's not the real reason she's going to Virginia.
Oh.
What's his name? Blake Hanson.
Dr.
Blake Hanson, and he's a hottie.
Really? He's a major in the army, an ER doctor at Fort Lee.
Blake transferred to avoid any fraternization problems while Tanya was under contract.
Wow.
That sounds serious.
We're taking it one step at a time.
Mm.
Looks like it's someone's bedtime.
Aw, let me, Denise.
I won't have many more chances.
Oh, sure.
Yeah.
Night.
Come on, beautiful.
Ah.
Oh, boy.
Night, baby girl.
Good night.
She seems happy.
- Yeah, she is.
- Mm.
Mm.
I'm happy for her, I'm just gonna miss having her so close by.
Well, Virginia's not so far.
Rox, you have to say hi to Pamela for all of us.
Absolutely.
Oh, yeah.
When do you leave? Tomorrow.
I can't wait.
Oh, I'm so sorry you won't get a chance to meet my daughter.
Oh, wait.
Sophie's coming? You didn't tell me that.
It was a little last-minute.
She was supposed to go on a trip to Costa Rica with her class, but because Kevin's deploying, we wanted her here with us.
Plus, she hasn't been to Fort Marshall yet.
Where is she at school? She's a junior at Exeter.
It's a boarding school in New Hampshire.
Well, when I was in high school, the only trips we went on were to the mall.
Well, things are a little different in private school, Rox.
Exeter's a family tradition.
Did you go there? I did, and so did my father, and his father.
Yeah, well, Sophie's great.
You're gonna love meeting her.
Yeah, she is.
Of course, she's also a teenager.
I hear that.
Okay, who's ready for a refill? - Right here.
- Okay.
Tap locks go on the beer, leave the receipts in the safe.
I'll take care of that on Monday.
I'm all over it.
Go enjoy yourself.
Right.
Okay.
Call if you need anything.
I will.
You okay? I'm good.
Yeah? Things with you and Hector? No changes.
Still in marriage counseling.
The lady says, I have a temper.
Really? You? I know, right? Rox.
Coming.
Okay, bye.
Have a great time.
Thank you.
is to let her stay So I'll need three more rectangular tables right there, all right? And then that should do it.
Okay? Great.
I'll see you tomorrow, then.
Sophie.
Hey, mom.
Hi.
Thank you, sergeant.
Wow.
Subtle.
It's actually quite intimate inside.
- How was your flight? - Easy.
I'm sorry I couldn't pick you up.
My FRG meeting ran late, and I just couldn't get away.
We have a fund-raiser in two days.
It's fine.
No, I've got it.
Okay.
So where's dad? In Washington.
What? Pentagon business.
He'll be home in a day or two.
I thought the whole idea was to see him before he goes to Afghanistan.
You will, and until then, we'll get to spend some time together and see Charleston.
Great.
So where's my room, in the coach house? Roxy.
Hey.
Ohh.
Ohh.
Pamela.
Hey, Trevor.
Looking good.
So Chase is still in meetings, but he's gonna be done soon.
- Right.
Babe, I'm gonna go check us in.
- Okay.
We'll be at the cafe by the pool, the big pool.
There's more than one? Oh, yeah.
Look at you, mom.
You're glowing.
Oh.
I think it's the humidity.
Baloney.
Hello in there.
Auntie Pamela can't wait to meet you.
Neither can I.
I forgot about the joys of pregnancy-- The swollen ankles, the heartburn, the sore boobs.
Well, for the next two days, you're gonna forget about all that.
I just booked us the most amazing spa treatments.
Oh, fantastic.
Now you gotta tell me the latest dirt.
Oh, that was amazing.
I've never heard of a pregnancy massage before.
Mm.
Stick with me, kid.
I'd love to.
I miss you.
I miss you, too.
But let's not talk about that now.
We're here to have fun and eat too much and drink too much.
Well Only one of us can drink too much.
I will drink for both of us.
You are a true friend.
I do what I can.
So how's that cooking class going? Quit.
Now I just order a better grade of takeout.
What about you? Anything new? Well, Trevor wants to transfer to a ranger battalion.
Really? Yeah.
I think Chase set a bad example for him with all that Delta stuff.
Don't blame us.
No, I'm really proud of him.
It just means leaving Fort Marshall.
Well, it's gonna have to happen sooner or later.
Yeah.
You know, I've never asked you this before, but do you miss it Army life? I miss my friends.
And I miss the PX.
Uh, but do I miss not knowing where my husband is or raising the kids by myself or moving every three years or the bureaucracy or the pay scale or-- All right.
I get it.
Yeah.
Ugh.
Something to drink, ladies? Hell, yes.
I will have a mojito.
A mojito? When in Rome.
Besides, they are delicious here.
Well, I'll have to take your word for it.
Uh, an iced tea, please.
Uh, regular, mint, or mango? Ooh.
Ooh.
Mango.
Right away.
Thank you.
When in Rome.
Ohh.
Specialist, I need 500 units of heparin to room 214.
Isn't that Erin's patient? She's at the lab.
Okay.
What's the case? Just do what I asked.
Now.
Yes, sir.
Hi, I'm Specialist Gabriel.
I'm here to give your son a shot.
Oh, where's the other nurse? She got pulled away.
And who is this handsome fella? This is Aiden.
Hey, Aiden.
You're doing great, baby.
Okay, I'm just gonna press on your tummy now, Aiden.
Can you just tell me when it hurts? His whole stomach hurts.
Mm.
You are being so brave.
Okay.
There we go.
All done.
That wasn't so bad, was it? How long before he feels better? Should be pretty quick.
What's going on? Aiden, are you all right, honey? Aiden.
What happened? Uh, BP's 60 palp.
Heart rate's 160.
He's in shock.
Oh, God! What's happening to my son? He's bleeding out.
Call the blood bank.
I need one unit O neg, one unit FFP.
What did you do? Tanya, what happened? I heard we almost lost a patient in 214.
It wasn't my fault.
Dr.
Hayes told me to give him Why? What was his condition? Food poisoning.
E.
Coli.
You don't give heparin for E.
Coli.
He meant hespan, obviously.
The patient was severely dehydrated, but I didn't know that.
Hayes just told me to give him the heparin.
He wouldn't tell me what it was for.
Well, is the patient okay? He went into hypovolemic shock, but we managed to stabilize him.
Thank God.
Now Hayes is blaming me.
He insists he said hespan, but I know what I heard, Denise.
He said heparin, twice.
He says he's gonna take me in front of the Risk Management Committee.
He could ruin my career.
So this is your father's office.
Sophie.
Nice.
Do you have to do that now? Shannon just broke up with Garrett.
She needs me.
Okay, but can you at least look around for a minute? Mom, it's like every other office dad's had.
No, it isn't.
It's bigger and there are some new things here.
Okay.
I've seen it.
Can we go now? Michael, Claudia Joy, this is my daughter Sophie.
Sophie, this is General Holden and Mrs.
Holden.
Welcome to Fort Marshall, Sophie.
Thank you, sir.
It's great to be here.
Mm.
Nice to meet you.
I know how much your mother's been looking forward to your visit.
Oh, thank you, ma'am.
And she's told me how much she's enjoyed working with you on post.
Well, I'm sure you two have plenty to do.
Don't let us hold you.
It was a pleasure to meet you.
Pleasure's mine, sir.
Ma'am.
See you at the setup tomorrow? Count on it.
Dr.
Hayes.
Can you not see I'm busy? I'm sorry.
This is important.
It's about Specialist Gabriel.
Yeah, what about her? Well, I was hoping that you'd reconsider sending her before the Risk Management Committee.
Why? Because she's a combat veteran with one week to go on her contract.
That's too bad.
She almost killed that boy.
Well, she says there was a misunderstanding.
No misunderstanding.
She screwed up.
The boy is fine now, doctor, and Specialist Gabriel has an unblemished record.
Had an unblemished record.
I don't see the need to be punitive under the circumstances.
Are you implying that I should tolerate criminal incompetence? No, not at all.
Good, because if you were, I would have to write you up as well.
Excuse me.
Sophie.
Sophie.
I'm sorry.
I thought we could talk colleges.
Really? Well, we have to start planning visits.
I already scheduled an interview at Georgetown.
I'm not interested in Georgetown.
But you're a legacy, Sophie.
I don't care.
I don't want to go to school in DC.
Well, you have plenty of time to think it over.
I have thought it over.
So green tabs are safety schools, yellow are targets, red are reaches.
Mom, I've already gone over this, like, a thousand times with my college advisor.
Yeah, I-I know.
I talked to her.
You talked to Mrs.
Glass? That's, like, a violation of privacy.
Sophie, it's perfectly normal for parents to take an interest in where their children go to college.
Okay, but you could've at least told me instead of going behind my back.
I did not go behind your back.
Mrs.
Glass gave me your initial list, and I want to discuss it.
Why? Well, take Reed for example.
It's not exactly the type of college your father and I had in mind for you.
Why not? Well, if you want a program with less structure, we could talk about Brown, maybe.
Let me guess.
Every school you marked is on the East Coast.
Not every one.
Well, can I look at your ideas and then we'll discuss them later? Okay.
I'm just trying to help.
I've never been on a yacht before.
Well, it's not exactly a yacht, Roxy.
It's a pleasure boat.
Yacht, pleasure boat, what's the difference? Only a few hundred people.
Well, it sounds like fun-- A 2-hour sunset cruise around Biscayne Bay.
Then dinner in Little Havana, and afterwards, a buddy recommended this great little salsa club.
Whoa.
Salsa? You? Yes, I happen to be an excellent dancer.
Pamela and I have been taking lessons.
What? Well, I got tired of him stepping on my feet.
Well, we're not exactly ready for prime time, but we're getting there.
So this is what happens when you move to California, you get a little, uh, soft? There's nothing soft about dancing, Leblanc.
It's a hell of a workout.
See, I'm just having a hard time picturing this.
So you-- you trade in your uniform for what, like a leotard? A tutu? Go ahead, laugh.
I'll meet you on the dance floor, hotshot.
We'll see who's still standing at the end of the night.
Okay, game on.
I thought we left the kids at home.
Seriously.
Finn Everything okay? Yes, thank you.
Why aren't you playing with David and TJ? I'm not allowed in David's room.
Why not? I don't know.
Well, who said so? TJ and David.
Mm-hmm.
Okay.
David.
It's your mom.
David.
O-one minute.
Shh.
Shh.
David, open this door right now.
Hey, mom.
What's going on? Why'd you lock the door? No reason.
Excuse me, TJ.
Mom, I-I'm s-- What is this? How do you know they weren't reading it for the articles? That's not funny, Roland.
Okay.
I'm sorry.
But it's not tragic, either.
It's natural, Joan.
Boys that age are curious.
Girls, too.
I know, but we can't condone pornography in our house.
Whose is it, TJ's or David's? David's.
Well, that makes it easier in a way.
It'd be kinda awkward to have to talk to TJ about it.
I cannot believe our son brought that in our house.
He traded his desserts for it.
Really? Took him a week.
That's enterprising.
Roland.
I'll talk to him.
Okay.
Well, have you-- Have you had the talk with him yet? You mean "the talk"? Yes.
Not exactly.
Have you? No, but I think it's time.
I-I can't believe Hayes could be so vindictive.
Mm.
So he took Tanya before the Risk Management Committee, huh? Yeah, not only did they suspend her privileges, but now Hayes is going for a general discharge, which would disqualify her for any GI bill benefits.
Wow.
That seems awfully harsh.
Oh, it's ridiculous.
I'm afraid it's partially my fault.
Really? Why is that? I went to Hayes myself and suggested that there was a miscommunication between him and Tanya, which is exactly what happened, of course.
Yeah, and I'll bet that went over real well.
The man is so arrogant.
To even breathe a word of criticism sets him off.
You know, I've heard that he's written up a lot of other nurses before who didn't deserve it? Yeah, I know the type.
Yeah, well, he's not getting away with it this time.
D.
No, I'm not gonna let him ruin Tanya's career.
The man's an officer, D.
And I'm a civilian.
At an army hospital.
He could still make your life difficult.
Mm.
Let him try.
It's a tough one, Denise.
Without witnesses, it's a case of he said, she said.
Yeah, and when the he's a doctor and the she's a nurse, it's not exactly a level playing field.
Claudia Joy? I have an idea.
You understand, I have no jurisdiction over Mercer personnel.
That falls to the hospital commander, Colonel Levinson.
So there's nothing you can do? Well, I didn't say that.
After you called, Claudia Joy, I did some digging.
And, uh you didn't get this from me.
What is it? It's a list of all the disciplinary actions Dr.
Hayes has initiated against hospital staffers over the years.
It's a pretty long list.
What's interesting is not one of those actions has ever been rescinded or appealed even.
Yeah, that's because Hayes is a son of a bitch who comes down on hard on anyone who challenges him.
Well, that's what my source told me, except not quite so colorfully.
Sorry.
No apology necessary.
If Tanya was wrongly accused, it's likely some of those others were, too.
Exactly what I was thinking.
Denise, if you can get a few of them to talk on the record, we could establish a pattern.
You do that, and I will personally ask Colonel Levinson to review Tanya's case.
Good luck.
Thank you.
I could get used to this.
Which part? All of it-- Sleeping in late, poolside service, seeing Pamela.
What's the matter? Ohh, too much dancing last night.
I told you not to overdo it.
Hey, I could not let Chase steal the spotlight.
I swear, the two of you are, like, worse than TJ and Finn.
It is great to see them, though, isn't it? Yeah, it is.
Hey! We're one drink ahead of you.
Not for long.
Morning.
Want to check out the high dive? Oh, wait.
I forget.
Do you get nosebleeds at altitude? Ha ha ha.
Trevor.
Don't worry, Rox.
I'll be there if he starts drowning.
Good, because Pamela and I will be sitting here doing absolutely nothing.
Exactly.
Susan.
Hey, I was wondering if you had a minute? Sure.
What's up? Did you hear what happened to Tanya Gabriel yesterday? Yeah.
Um, something about the wrong medication? Uh, no.
It wasn't her fault.
Dr.
Hayes made a mistake.
Oh.
I heard you had a run-in with Hayes yourself, didn't you, a year ago? Uh, you said that he didn't respond promptly to his pages.
Um, I was mistaken.
Uh Look, I don't work with Hayes anymore.
I don't want anything to do with him.
Well, I get that, but I-- No, he had me suspended for a month.
He said if I ever complained about him again, he'd end my career.
See, that's exactly what I'm talking about.
He blames others for his mistakes and then threatens them if they talk about it.
Look, it would help Tanya if you'd let Colonel Levinson know what really happened that day.
I already told you, I made a mistake.
Come on, Susan.
I know what a good nurse you are.
If you said he was negligent, he was negligent.
All I'm asking is for you-- Look, I have three kids and a mortgage.
I need this job.
I'm sorry.
Hi.
Everything looks great.
I think it's going to be a big success.
I hope so.
It's the first time I've ever done a flower drive for a fund-raiser.
- Do you want some iced tea? - Sure.
Where's Sophie? Oh, she reached out to a girlfriend she knows from Fort Hope.
They're gonna have dinner in Charleston somewhere.
Hey, relax.
It's just, I've never used my sister's ID.
At a bar before.
Only on beer runs.
It'll be fine.
Two vodka Cranberries.
IDs, ladies.
New Hampshire, huh, Ariel? Live free or die.
Birthday? December 17, 1990.
What's your sign? Sagittarius.
Two vodka Cranberries coming up.
I've talked to Thompson and Mendoza.
And I talked to Berger, Tully, and Goldfine.
It's all the same story.
Nobody's willing to talk.
I can't believe my army career is gonna end like this.
Hey, we're not giving up.
But we've talked to almost everybody on the list.
Yeah, well, we've still got a few names to go.
Yeah, but if they weren't willing to speak up for themselves when Hayes screwed them over, why would they speak up for me now? I've been thinking about that.
The nurses we talked to still work at Mercer, where Hayes can hurt them.
We have to find someone outside the system.
Who? We'll keep digging.
How'd it go with David? The boy knew everything.
What? First we talked about the magazine, how inappropriate it was.
He apologized.
Then I said we needed to talk about a more important subject.
And he said, "dad, is this the talk?" No? Yes.
And then he said, they already went over it all in health class.
The basics maybe.
No, babe.
He had it down, in detail.
I'm talkin' anatomy, protection, STDs, even a few positions.
What? They don't go over that in school.
No.
I suspect that came from other sources.
What other sources? Mm, other kids, Internet.
He is too young to know all of that.
Apparently not.
I do not believe it.
Kids grow up too fast today.
I should've talked to him sooner, way sooner.
You know, it's funny, this is my field, but when kids grow up right under your nose, you don't see it.
Mm.
So now what? Uh, I told him if he ever has any questions, come to us.
You think he will? I suppose that depends on the questions.
He knows the door's open, Joan.
But it's up to David to walk through it.
I just thought we had more time.
Hey, don't look now, but that guy over there is, like, watching you.
He's kinda cute.
We having a good time here? Excuse me? Excuse you? How about you stop trying to steal my date? We didn't know he was your date.
Was I talking to you? Come on, Shaina.
Leave 'em alone.
Oh, I go to the bathroom for one minute, all of a sudden, you got the hots for blondie over here? I don't believe this.
You got a problem with your mouth, honey? I'll be happy to shut it for you.
- Let her go! - Come on, Shaina.
Hey! What's going on? Nothing.
We were just leaving.
Good, 'cause I'd hate to call the cops.
We cool here? Yeah.
Come on, baby.
Sophie? Mom.
Hey, you didn't have to wait up.
I wanted to hear about dinner.
Where'd you go? Um, just some place Kelsey liked.
I forget the name.
But they had this awesome bacon cornbread.
How's Kelsey? Same old Kelsey.
Sorry.
I didn't realize how late it was.
I should've called.
As long as you're okay.
I'm tired.
Well, you can sleep as late as you want tomorrow.
We have nothing planned until the FRG fund-raiser.
Right.
Okay, well, good night.
Night.
This is it? Yeah.
"Margaret Jones.
" What do you want? Uh, Margaret Jones? I'm Denise Sherwood.
I'm a nurse at Mercer hospital.
Who are they? Well, I'm-- I'm Claudia Joy Holden, wife of General Michael Holden.
Specialist Tanya Gabriel, ma'am.
I work at Mercer, too.
What do you want? We wanted to talk to you about Dr.
Gavin Hayes.
Hayes? What about him? We're trying to build a case against him.
We understand that he had you fired seven years ago for insubordination.
Insubordination? He's intubated a patient's esophagus instead of the trachea.
You're kidding.
No, ma'am.
He tried to fix things, but the man died.
Hayes wanted me to back him up, say he placed the airway correctly the first time.
But you didn't? Not only that, I filed a complaint.
But I had no witnesses, nobody who knew my side of the story.
So what happened? The man went after my nursing license.
I fought it, but he had better lawyers.
I lost everything-- Job, pension, benefits.
It's all I can do now to put enough money together for my insulin.
Margaret, would you be willing to tell your story to the hospital commander? Willing? Hell.
I've waited seven years to talk to anybody.
Susan.
Hmm? I'd like you to say hello to someone.
Hello, Susan.
Margaret? Yeah, it's me.
Life hasn't been too kind since I was fired.
We've got to stop him, Susan, so he can't hurt anyone else.
What do you say? Let's nail the bastard.
Ohh.
I do not know how I'm gonna play 18 after a brunch like that.
Listen to him, already lining up excuses.
Well, you two have fun.
We've got mani-pedis lined up.
Aww.
I am not ready to get on a plane tonight.
Really, babe? You goin' AWOL? Absolutely.
I'm gonna hide in Pamela's suitcase and go to California.
You don't need my suitcase.
Chase has a job for Trevor in San Jose.
What? Pamela.
Wait.
Is that true? Chase, do you have a job for Trevor? Sorry, man.
I was gonna tell you on the golf course.
What is it? Chase's company is expanding, and he needs a second-in-command.
Are you kidding? That's fantastic.
I still have a contract with the army.
Right.
So let's slow down here.
Sorry.
We gotta get going.
Have fun.
Yeah, and don't go after each other with a 5 iron.
I wouldn't.
I'd use a 3.
He really has a job for Trevor? Yep.
He really does.
Sorry about that, man.
Didn't mean to ambush you in front of Rox-- No, no, no.
It's not your fault.
So what's the job? Security consultant.
You'd be working with a bunch of great guys, all ex-military, designing and implementing corporate security systems-- Hardware, software, manpower.
It's fun and it pays.
Well, like I said, I still owe Uncle Sam a fair amount of time.
I know, but you're the first guy I thought of.
I told my boss about you, and he said he could hold on to the job till you're ready, but he needs an answer in two weeks.
Look, I've got a packet back in the room.
It lays out everything-- The job, company, salary, benefits.
I appreciate it, man, really.
It's just a lot to take in.
Roger that.
Take your time.
Talk it over.
In the meantime, I'll give you a little clinic in golf.
Yeah, we'll see who gets schooled.
What's this about, sir? Sit down, Major.
I've been reviewing your file.
What for? In light of recent complaints I've received, I'm opening an investigation into a pattern of alleged misconduct.
What? Based on the testimony of one incompetent nurse? No.
Based on the testimony of nine nurses with impeccable records except for your actions against them.
Your privileges at Mercer are hereby suspended until I've completed my investigation.
Dismissed.
Shame on you, sir.
Shame.
Checking out.
Room 617.
Hey, babe.
Look at this.
- Where'd you get that? - It's Pamela's.
We went online to look at listings in her neighborhood.
What? Listings.
You know, like houses? Yeah, I know what listings are.
We're not moving.
I'm just talking possibilities.
Thank you.
Where are you going? To pack.
Well It went so fast.
Call when you get home? I will.
Take a look at the packet, let me know.
I will.
Okay.
Be safe.
I'll work on him.
I miss you already.
Mm.
- I love you.
- Love you, too.
Ashley, how are we doing? Good.
Hey, Jackie.
Gloria, I'm so glad you could make it.
Of course.
I want you to meet my daughter.
Sophie.
Sophie, there's someone I want you to meet.
Soph.
Sophie, this is Gloria Cruz.
Gloria, this is Sophie.
Sophie? That's not the name she was using last night.
- What? - How old are you? Mom, I think, um, Ms.
Spencer needs me back at the booth.
No, Louise can wait.
She's 16.
Why? W-wh-what's going on? Sorry to tell you this, but I served your daughter alcohol at the hump last night.
You're kidding.
She's got a real good ID, too.
Fooled me.
It's no big deal, mom.
No big deal? She almost got into a fight with a customer.
If the cops woulda come, we coulda lost our liquor license.
You went to a bar? Mom, do you really want to do this here? Go inside.
We'll talk about this later.
Hey, mom.
Hey, dad.
How was your trip? - It was great.
- We missed you.
Missed you, too.
Did you bring presents? Uh, slow down there, bud.
Uh, this is for you and Roland for taking care of our guys.
Oh, thank you.
And this is for you.
- Mm.
- You shake it up.
Cool.
Thanks.
And we got one for Sara Elizabeth, too.
Thanks.
I'll be sure she gets it as soon as she gets up.
- Okay.
- What about us? You'll get yours when we get home.
Can you say thank you to the Burtons? - Thank you.
- Yeah, thanks.
All right, troops.
Let's move out.
Go.
Go, go.
All right.
We'll walk you out.
Okay.
Uh, hey, man.
Give me a call when you can.
Sure.
What about? Uh, just TJ, birds, bees, boys, and certain glossy periodicals.
So Hayes is all done at Mercer, huh? Mm-hmm.
Claudia Joy says he's likely to face charges.
And Margaret Jones is filing to have her pension and benefits restored.
Well, congratulations.
It's all Denise.
No, we did it together, you, me, Claudia Joy, and Joan Burton got the ball rolling.
Still, if it hadn't been for you, my career would be over.
Oh, your career is just beginning.
Someone's gonna miss you.
Boop boop.
Don't worry, sweetie.
Virginia's not so far away.
Yeah.
Okay.
Those Dolphin jerseys were a big hit with the boys.
That's great.
Can we talk about the job offer now? You've done three tours, Trevor.
You've served your country.
Look, Pamela said they'll hold the job for you until your contract's up.
I'm gonna take a shower.
It's the chance of a lifetime.
Okay, let's have it, the ID.
It's right there.
Where'd you get this? Mom, everyone at school has them.
You didn't answer my question.
From some guy.
Who, a student? I'm not gonna give you his name.
I'm not a rat.
No, you just lie to me.
Nothing happened, mom.
Don't tell me nothing happened.
You lied to me.
You told me you were going to dinner, and you went to a bar instead.
You drank illegally and you almost got into a fight.
Okay, that was not my fault.
And since when do you hang out with enlisted wives anyway? Don't be impertinent with me, young lady.
Do you have any idea what would've happened if you had been caught, how this would've reflected on your father, on the family? Are we through? What is the matter with you? I didn't raise you to behave this way.
You didn't raise me at all, mom.
You sent me away.
What? You go to one of the best boarding schools in the world, the same place I went, your brother went-- Yeah, and where you never visit, never come to see my concerts.
You have no idea what I do at school.
I've been to every parents' weekend since you've been there, and I would've been at the spring concert if it hadn't been for the hurricane.
The hurricane was three weeks before the concert.
I had to help your father transfer an entire division, Sophie.
You have no idea how hard that was.
You couldn't even pick me up from the airport? I told you-- Yeah, the meeting ran long.
Your flower drive is more important than your daughter.
You think I'd rather run a meeting than pick you up? Yeah, I do.
You know, I have this friend Gigi, and she talks to her mom every day, sometimes twice a day.
Can you imagine? I mean, what would we even have to say to each other? It's a two-way street, soph.
Every time I call you, you can't wait to get off the phone.
Well, gee, I wonder why.
I'm just another item on your checklist.
Not like Patrick.
That's so untrue.
Okay, when was the last time you missed one of his football games? It's west point.
It's your father's alma-- Don't lay this on dad, mom.
It's you.
What, it's-- it's my fault you've turned into an ungrateful brat? We have given you everything.
Right.
Tell me one thing you haven't had.
How about a mom, a real mom? Sophie-- You don't care about me! You never cared about me.
So don't start pretending now.
Sophie, you come back here.
Sophie