Heartland (CA) s11e18 Episode Script

Naming Day

1 AMY: Previously, on "Heartland" I'm gonna walk away, and if you stop me before I get to my car, I'll come back.
(EMOTIONAL EXHALE) GEORGIE: Could I go back to New York with you, not just to visit, but to live? It was Peyton.
I have proof.
You posted the video from Dylan's computer, but I told him not to tell anyone.
Why would you do that? So that I can beat you, fair and square.
- I very much doubt that.
- See you at the Fall Finale.
I just can't keep waiting.
I gotta take matters into my own hands, I've gotta take the time I have left, and use it.
(SPARTAN SNORTS) AMY: (WHISTLES) Hey! (LAUGHS) Good.
Good! (WHISTLES) Hey! Hey! Good boy.
(WHISTLES) Here! (HOOVES RUSTLE IN THE FOLIAGE) (SPARTAN SNORTS) (TRUCK RUMBLES) (GRAVEL CRUNCHES) GEORGIE: (SIGHS) You guys are amazing.
(SIGHS) Thanks.
Yeah, it definitely helps relieve stress.
Speaking of stress, I've gotta go over to Westfield today.
Why? I forgot some tack and brushes there.
I'm kinda dreading it.
You want me to go with you? Yeah, that'd be great, thank you.
Yeah, no worries.
Wow.
Yeah, I thought it would be helpful to keep a record of whose stone is whose, you know? Just to help our memory, as we get older.
- Excuse me? - As we all get older, Grandpa, and you know, for future generations.
Yeah, I think that's a great idea.
- (CAMERA CLICKS) - Thank you.
So Amy and Ty, they pick a stone for Lyndy yet? No.
- Did I forget someone? - No, no.
You didn't, I did.
(HOOVES CLOMP, HORSE SNORTS) (GEORGIE SIGHS) Stop acting like we're sneaking in.
I just-I don't wanna run into Dylan or Peyton.
LAINEY: Where's her horse? Probably out pulling a plow.
- (GIRLS GIGGLE) - DYLAN: Georgie! It's good to see you.
I'm just here to clear some stuff out, I won't be needing the stall anymore.
Well, don't feel like you can't use our arena.
I can talk to my aunt, she'll come around.
- Don't bother.
- Look about Peyton, and the way things turned out, I-I want you to know how sorry I am.
I'm over it.
How's Phoenix? He's better.
We're ready for the Fall Finale.
And you can tell Peyton that.
(TACK JINGLES) (SIGHS) Thanks for picking me up, by the way.
I'm putting new tires on the truck.
Just when Tim asked me to cover a clinic at the school.
Hey, I don't' believe it.
That's that same truck, that lemon! It's still for sale.
You kinda got suckered into that thing.
What are you doing? I'm gonna deal with this once and for all.
Deal with what? Something I've been meaning to do for a long time.
You got a minute for a pit stop? Apparently I do.
(COWS MOO) (HORSE PANTS) (HOOVES THUD) (HORSE WHINNIES) Ah! (THUDS) - WOMAN: You okay? - Ah! Ah! Dylan! - Are you all right? - (PAINED GROANS) S11E18 Naming Day And at the break of day you sank into your dream You dreamer Oh oh oh oh You dreamer You dreamer - DAVE: Beauty, isn't it? - Yeah.
- Dave Chalmers.
- Hi Dave, I'm Caleb.
Well, it's my wife's, but she wants a van.
Kill me now, right? (DOOR SLAMS SHUT) You.
How do you have the nerve to set foot on my property? I got a proposition for you.
I-I'm not interested, I'm just asking you to leave.
Okay, hold on a second.
I realize you made a little bargain with my wife's Grandfather, my refund in exchange for that longhorn.
Jack loves that animal, okay? It has a lot of sentimental value.
And I'd like to buy it back from you.
(CHUCKLES) It's not happening! There's no way I'm selling you anything ever again! That longhorn is mine, fair and square! Okay.
Why is he in a separate pen? Borderline dangerous.
The wife won't go near him.
(ANGRY SNORTS) I guess you got a couple of lemons now.
Just clear out! I'm gonna get that animal back for Jack.
(CELL PHONE RINGS) (TRUCK RUMBLES) - (BEEPS PHONE ON) - Yeah, hi.
Dr.
Virani, yes, yeah.
What, you checking up on me? No, I'm on my way right now.
Yeah, I'm going to get that MRI.
Mhmm.
How-how soon will I get results? Oh yeah, okay, sure.
I'll just relax.
That's good advice, I'll do that.
Yeah, I'll relax, and then you just tell me when you know something.
But take your time, I'm not in a rush.
Bye.
(BEEPS PHONE OFF) (PHONE THUDS) Poor Dylan, a torn ligament takes forever to heal.
I guess he won't be in the Fall Finale.
Yeah.
I feel so bad for him.
And Flame.
Just I hate how this whole blog thing messed up our friendship.
I feel like I'm losing everyone that's important to me.
Everyone? Well, Dylan, Wyatt.
It's all ruined by it.
I- I don't even know if I want to jump anymore.
I'll wait until after this horse show, and then decide.
What about New York? Lou told me, are you still thinking of going? Yeah.
I am.
It's not just online.
The kids at school are talking behind my back too, I I can't deal with this anymore.
But Georgie, you've worked so hard, it seems like it would be a shame.
I need some time away from here.
(SIGHS) Yeah, I get it.
I know you'll do what feels right.
(SIGHS) I'm gonna miss you.
We're all gonna miss you.
(HORSE SNORTS) (STALL LATCH CLICKS) (REMI BARKS IN THE DISTANCE) (TRUCK RUMBLES UP) (TIRES CRUNCH ON GRAVEL) (ENGINE SHUTS OFF, DOOR SLAMS) (FOOTSTEPS CRUNCH) - Hey.
- Hey! Congratulations on the Garland deal.
I guess that little tutorial I gave you on negotiating really paid off, huh? Yeah well, uh, not really, no.
Jack was the one that sealed the deal.
Your advice almost sunk us like a stone.
What? What do you mean? How? (SIGHS) You know, I think one of these days, I'm gonna give you a tutorial of my own.
Oh, really? (ROOSTER CROWS) Um (LAUGHS) Look, I'll-I'll see you round.
- Okay.
- All right.
(LAUGHS) (WHISTLES, CLUCKS TONGUE) (SPARTAN SNORTS) Here! (WHISTLES, CLUCKS TONGUE) Good boy! (WHISTLES) Here.
(HOOVES THUNDER) (CLUCKS TONGUE) Here.
(SPARTAN SNORTS) (CLUCKS TONGUE) Here.
(WHISTLES) Hey, it's kind of a nice day.
Yeah.
I saw you driving out this morning.
Did you go to your appointment? Yep.
I still won't know anything.
I was just trying to stay relaxed.
You should, too.
Yeah Well, this is helping.
It's good to see you doing that again.
I love working with Spartan.
And I'm trying this Liberty move that I wanna show Lyndy for her naming ceremony.
- Why? - Because, Dad do you remember when Mom did something special for my naming ceremony? Amy, that, that was a long time ago.
It wasn't that long ago.
Just think.
- Nope, nothing.
- (LAUGHS) Well, just keep this a secret, okay? II haven't even told Ty.
I can keep a secret.
(SPARTAN NICKERS) (ROOSTER CROWS) (FOOTSTEPS THUD) (TACK JINGLES) Hey, sorry I'm late, are you ready to practice? We can't, the ground in the ring is frozen.
- Oh, that's too bad.
- Yeah, it's frustrating.
Well, I hate to say this, but maybe you should take Dylan up on his offer.
(SIGHS) (SIGHS) I was just at the rodeo grounds, and this is your lucky day.
I solved your problem.
How have you solved my problem? What do you mean, how have I solved your problem? It's pretty self-explanatory, didn't you see the photo? I found the perfect longhorn for Jack.
I'm looking at his animal right now, and the one that I saw today is a total doppelganger.
Well, close enough, Jack won't know the difference.
Come on Caleb, Jack's gonna know it's not his in two seconds, he knows every marking on that animal.
Yeah.
I guess you're right.
I'm doing my best here.
I know, I know, I appreciate it.
Okay, I'll talk to you soon.
- Bye.
- Bye.
(HOOVES CLOMP) (TRAINER SHOUTS COMMANDS) - Amy.
- Val.
Georgie.
(HOOVES THUD) As I'm sure you've heard, Dylan is out of the running.
I have a proposition for you.
I want you to ride Flame.
No.
No? No, thanks.
And that's it? I'm offering a red ribbon on a platter, and it's just "no"? (SIGHS) (CLUCKS TONGUE) So yeah.
Val offered Flame for Georgie to ride at the Fall Finale.
- I don't believe her! - Oh, I do, that is so Val.
And you said no? Well yeah, of course I did.
After everything that Val's put her through, of course she should say no.
I think you should take her up on it, you have a better chance of winning.
- Excuse me? - Dad! That's not a reason to make a decision.
Yeah! And I would never do that to Phoenix! We're partners, we've come way too far for me to just quit on him.
Georgie, that horse is still recovering from an injury.
He's fine, and what about Dylan? When he recovers, he won't have a horse.
Ah, that's his problem.
And you don't owe the Westfields any favours.
Now you go with the horse that gives you the best chance of winning, there's no doubt about it.
People switch horses all the time, don't they, Lisa? Yes, they do, but Anyway, it's Georgie's decision.
- Yes, and I've made it.
- Hey Yeah, just sending Caleb a text message here.
LOU: Katie, dinner! - (KEYS TAP) - Okay.
Hey Ty, I got your text, what's happening? I've been thinking about that longhorn that you sent me a picture of? And I think your idea just might work.
No man, you were right, Jack'd know it's not his longhorn from a mile away.
But Dave Chalmers might not.
You heard him, he hates that animal, I think he's just keeping it out of spite.
So what are you saying? I'm saying we switch 'em out.
- Switch 'em out? - Yeah.
You're crazy.
Maybe.
- Are you in? - Absolutely.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
I'm sure looking forward to Lyndy's day.
Lou and Lisa have a real nice lunch planned.
Yeah, Lou was telling me about it.
Grandpa, this might sound crazy, but I think I remember my naming ceremony.
Is that possible? I mean, how old was I? Well, you couldn'tve been more than a year, a year and a half.
- I remember.
- You do? Yeah.
Mom was riding a horse, and I think that she did some kind of trick, or something.
But it was really special for me, and I want it to be special for Lyndy, too.
Well, I was thinking, I'd like to make the day even more special.
Yeah? Wouldn't it be nice if we surprised Lisa, and got her to pick a stone of her own? To tell you the truth, I can't believe we haven't thought of it before now.
You know, she has had a rough year, and this could be the perfect surprise for her.
Yeah.
Yeah, that's something we could definitely talk about.
Um, but not right now, I should get Lyndy in her own bed.
Okay.
AMY: Grandpa wants Lisa to get a stone on the same day as Lyndy.
Okay.
Okay? Just it's okay? Why can't Lisa have her stone naming on her birthday? Or an anniversary? Amy, I think you're being a little too sensitive about this.
No, I don't think I am.
I do, I mean, let's be honest, she's probably not even gonna remember it.
- Yes, she will.
- No, she won't.
Um yeah, she will, I remember my naming day.
- You remember it? - Yes, I do! - What do you remember? - What? I-uh okay.
- What could you remember? - Okay, okay! I remember.
I remember the day, I remember the ceremony, I remember that my Mom had this this tan suede jacket.
Yeah, she always wore that tan suede jacket.
Yeah, but I remember that she was riding a horse.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
Oh, right, she never rode horses before.
Hey! That's not fair, I remember! (LAUGHS) Well, do you remember how much I love you? No, I-no, you're gonna have to remind me.
Follow me.
(BOTH LAUGH) (CLUCKS TONGUE) Come on! Here that's it.
Good boy.
(TRUCK RUMBLES UP) You can do it, hey.
(DOOR SLAMS) (TIM SIGHS) Come on, you can do it.
Come on, you can do it.
- (SPARTAN NICKERS) - Agh, no, come on! - Hey.
- Hey.
I am never gonna get this.
What? Well, don't put too much pressure on yourself.
Lyndy's gonna be excited just see you running around in circles, playing with a horse.
Really? Is that what Liberty work is to you, running around in circles with a horse? Well, I-that's what it'll be to her, I mean, I like it.
- It's-it's it's beautiful.
- (LAUGHS) But you don't have anything to prove to her.
Yes I do, I have big shoes to fill, Dad.
I remember Mom being this strong, fearless horse woman.
Like you.
She was a superhero to me, and I wanna be that to Lyndy.
Honey, you already are.
- Okay stay with it.
- Okay.
- Dad? - Yeah? - Have you heard anything? - No.
No, I told you, as soon as I hear something, you'll be the first to know.
So, you're happy that you're sticking with Phoenix? Yeah.
I am.
So riding Phoenix, is that a, a long term decision? You're talking about New York, aren't you? I'm wondering which way you're leaning on that, yeah.
I'm going.
I think.
Well, don't make any hasty decisions.
Jack, am I an idiot for not picking Flame? The people on that website, they trash Phoenix, and they call him a cow pony, and I know that's not true, but And that's all that matters.
Georgie, you can't make any plan based on the actions of thoughtless people who hide like cowards behind their words.
I'll never understand why some people insist on using that internet to deliberately hurt other people, it's not right.
So don't you doubt yourself.
And don't doubt Phoenix, either.
He'll get you where you wanna go.
I know.
I'll try.
(PHOENIX HUFFS) (REMI BARKS IN THE DISTANCE) Hey! Um, I forgot to tell you, we're having a lunch on Saturday.
It's Lyndy's naming ceremony.
Doesn't she already have a name? (LAUGHS) It's a family tradition.
All the new babies through the generations get given on a stone on the fireplace, which then becomes theirs forever.
- Hmm.
- Anyways, can you come? Well, can I come as me this time, or do I have to pretend to be Peter? I apologize for that.
In the future I promise to refrain from inappropriate requests, and terrible business advice.
In the future? Can you come? - Is Peter gonna be there? - Yes.
So I understand if you opt out.
I know there's tension.
Actually no, there's- there's no tension.
We're good, we're tight, ever since we babysat Lyndy together.
Really? Well then, I guess I'll see you there.
Hey is uh, is Jack in? I think he's in the barn.
Hey, when did you and Peter babysit Lyndy together? (LAUGHS) (HOOVES THUD) (TACK JINGLES) (PHOENIX SNORTS) (PHOENIX SNORTS) (HOOVES THUNDER) (TACK JINGLES) (HOOVES THUD) I know you acted in haste the other day, and perhaps you had reason to.
So I wanna give you one more chance, Georgie.
Val, stop it.
I already told you, I'm sticking with Phoenix.
Really? You still wanna compete with this unreliable, - poor excuse for a jumper? - Yes! So you can find another rider for Flame.
And I will, you can be assured of that.
But Georgie, it's time you woke up.
(HUFFS) You know, you're gonna regret this.
You're making a very big mistake.
(SIGHS) It's okay.
Don't listen.
Good boy.
- Hey man, what'cha doin' here? - Hey.
- I bought the longhorn.
- You did? Oh! Yeah, I'm very proud of the deal I made, I paid mere peanuts for him.
You still owe me, though.
- What? He's here? Right now? - Yeah.
Ah, Caleb, you-you can't leave the trailer here! Jack's gonna see it, he's going to start asking questions! Where'd you expect me to put it? The rodeo grounds would've charged me, and that is no way to thank the man who found the steer.
Okay fine, fine, but you've gotta take it back to the rodeo grounds, I'll pay the fee, okay? Okay, but you should come see him first.
Right? Dead ringer! JACK: Hey, what do you got there? Oh! Oh! (DOOR CLANGS SHUT) Uh, Caleb's horse, he uh needed some shots, so.
Ah, he's better now, though, so.
- I'm gonna go, have a good day.
- Yeah.
- (TY CLEARS THROAT) - What are you up to? Oh nothing, it's nothing.
Ty, there's something going on.
Maybe, but I want it to be a surprise.
(LAUGHS) (TRUCK RUMBLES) (TRAILER RATTLES) (ENGINE SHUTS OFF, DOORS SLAM) (FOOTSTEPS THUD) Okay two, three! (BULL MOOS) - Okay, all right, ready.
- Now take some slack.
- Yeah, that's for you.
- Got it.
Come on, this way.
(TY AND CALEB GRUNT) - TY: Come here, you silly beast! - CALEB: Come on.
Come on, yeah.
(BULL MOOS, GRUNTS) Oh, I keep slipping on the ice.
Oh! Shh! Hurry up, hurry up! Shh! Shh! Shh! I know, I know! Whoa, whoa! Caleb, Caleb! Caleb! Caleb! We can't put him in the same pen with the brown ones, Dave's gonna know! Okay, but we have to, at least until we get Jack's over on the trailer.
Okay, okay.
Fine, fine, let's do it.
Let's do it, let's go.
Okay.
Okay.
Ah, come on, you beast.
Come on, pull, pull.
- Pull, pull, pull.
- Oh, for heaven's sakes, come on! Okay, I-I got the rope, here.
All right, okay, ready? (GATE CLANGS, DOG BARKS) Hurry, hurry, hurry, hurry! (BULL MOOS) All right, all right, get him! Yeah, you got him! I got him, I got him, I got him! Whoa, whoa, whoa! God! Hold on to him! - Jeez, oh boy! - Whoa! Caleb, Caleb, Caleb! Whoa! Ohhhh! I got him, I got him! I got him.
Okay Get him! He's too strong! He's way too strong! (GRUNTS) Pull! All right! Just stop, oh yeah.
Okay, get the gate, okay, hold on.
(TY GRUNTS) Oh shoot, okay, let me get him.
(TY AND CALEB GRUNT) Come this way.
Come in your trailer.
Whoa! Ah! (BULL MOOS LOUDLY, DOORS SLAM) We're good! - Let's move the other one.
- What? Okay (BOTH GASPING FOR BREATH) (DOG BARKS LOUDLY) Let's go! (BIRDS CHIRP) (TRUCK RUMBLES) (CELL PHONE RINGS) Yeah.
Dr.
Virani? Yeah? What? (BEEPS PHONE OFF) (BIRDS CHIRP) (KEYS JINGLE) (DOOR OPENS, SLAMS SHUT) (TIM SIGHS) Whoa! (COUGHS) (CROW CAWS) (HARD EXHALE) (SIGHS) You're a good boy, Champ.
Yeah.
Through thick and thin.
Thick and thin.
What's goin' on, Tim? Uh it's gone.
The shadow is completely gone.
I'm clear, Jack.
You're clear? I got a call from Dr.
Virani.
She says it happens sometimes.
She knows of other cases.
I'm clear.
That is such good news.
I just-I don't-it makes you wonder, I if it was supposed to go away anyway, or if it was something else.
Well, does it really matter? No.
No, it doesn't.
(BOTH LAUGH) - You got your wish.
- What wish? I'm definitely not gonna go before you do.
(LAUGHS) - TY: Hey, Jack! - Yeah? Come outside, I wanna show you something.
Come on! (GATE CLANGS) TY: Come on, come on, come on! What is goin' on? (DOORS CLANG, BULL MOOS) (HOOVES THUD) That's my longhorn! Amy, look, it's my longhorn! (AMY LAUGHS) See, I knew you guys were up to something.
Now, how did this happen? Look, I know how you got my refund from Dave Chalmers for that stupid truck that I bought.
- You told her.
- Well yes, but you weren't supposed to tell him! I'm sorry.
I've been meaning to do this for a long time.
And I finally got it done.
With Caleb's help.
TIM: Wow, that's interesting.
AMY: You guys are crazy.
- Yeah.
We are.
- Yeah.
We are.
Well, it's good have you back, buddy.
(BELLOWS) Yeah, and one of these days, I'm gonna find out how.
(BULL MOOS, GRUNTS) (FEED RUSTLES) (COWS MOO) ANNOUNCER: Graham Porter, riding Honey, with a time of 1:17.
(CROWD APPLAUDS) ANNOUNCER: Good for 7th place.
(SIGHS) I don't believe it.
Val gave Peyton Flame to ride.
AMY: Well, you turned her down.
So she's free to give that horse to anyone she wants.
(SIGHS) (CELL PHONE BUZZES) - Is that mine? - Yeah, it's Wyatt.
(BEEPS PHONE ON) Hey Wyatt.
Uh yeah, yeah, it's today.
Oh.
Thank you.
I'll-I'll need it.
Okay, you too.
Okay, bye.
(BEEPS PHONE OFF) He was wishing me luck.
- Well, that nice of him.
- Yeah, it was.
ANNOUNCER: on Painter.
(FLAME SNORTS) (HOOVES CLOMP) - Dad, you made it! - Hey, are you kidding me? Wild horses couldn't keep me away.
(ALL LAUGH) Bad pun.
Okay, I'll leave you to it, I just wanted to come and say I love you, - you're gonna be great.
- Thank you.
All right, I'll see you after, okay? - Okay, thanks, Peter.
- See ya.
Bye.
(BOTH SIGH) ANNOUNCER: Emerson Tremblay, riding Mason, with a time of 1:12.
89.
- Then Georgie goes last? - Yeah.
- How is she? - Good, she's okay.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
ANNOUNCER: Very fast times today, so the last two riders will need clear runs if they hope to finish near the top.
And now on the course, Peyton Westfield, riding Flame, owned by Briar Ridge Stable.
(TACK JINGLES) (HOOVES THUD) (CROWD OOHS) (HOOVES THUNDER) (FLAME HUFFS) (CROWD APPLAUDS AND CHEERS) (TACK JINGLES) (HOOVES THUD) (HOOVES THUD) (TACK JINGLES) (HOOVES THUD) (HOOVES THUD) (CROWD APPLAUDS AND CHEERS) That was pretty good, that was pretty good.
ANNOUNCER: And with that ride, Peyton Westfield moves into first place.
(CROWD APPLAUDS) Only one rider left.
The time to beat, 1:11.
20.
Hey, just relax.
Okay? You have both been through so much to get here.
And you need to clear all the noises out in your head, this is about you and your horse.
And you're ready.
So go for it.
(CALMING EXHALE) (HOOVES CLOMP) Good luck riding that cow pony.
Thank you, Peyton.
Okay, bud.
You got this.
ANNOUNCER: Up next, Georgie Fleming Morris, riding Phoenix Rising, from Heartland Ranch.
(HOOVES THUD) (TACK JINGLES) (HOOVES THUD) (PHOENIX SNORTS) (AIR WHOOSHES) (CROWD APPLAUDS) (TACK JINGLES) (AIR WHOOSHES) (HOOVES THUD) (CROWD CHEERS) (PHOENIX SNORTS) (HOOVES THUD) (AIR WHOOSHES) (CROWD CHEERS AND APPLAUDS) GEORGIE'S FAMILY: Yeah! Yes! Yeah! Whoo! ANNOUNCER: And with a clean run the winner of the Fall Finale Oh my gosh, she did it! She did it! ANNOUNCER: Georgie Fleming Morris, on Phoenix Rising.
With a time of 1:09.
35.
(CROWD CHEERS AND APPLAUDS) - (LAUGHS) - Stop! What're you doing? Good boy! - Way to go! - Way to go, Georgie! (CROWD CHEERS AND APPLAUDS) ANNOUNCER: Second place goes to Peyton Westfield, and her horse, Flame, owned by Briar Ridge Stables.
(CROWD CHEERS AND APPLAUDS) ANNOUNCER: And first place goes to Georgie Fleming Morris, riding Phoenix Rising, from Heartland Ranch Stables.
Good boy.
(CROWD CHEERS AND APPLAUDS) (LAUGHS) Good boy.
(CROWD CHEERS AND APPLAUDS) You were amazing today.
And we showed 'em.
Yeah.
- WYATT: Hey.
- (PHOENIX SNORTS) Hey.
You did it.
I just wanted to come by to say congrats.
Thanks.
Wow, I bet this will stop all those evil internet trolls now, huh? (SIGHS) Maybe, I-I hope so.
Listen, I am I'm really No, no, no.
I didn't come by to make you feel like you had to say anything, or No, I just I wanted to thank you for the phone call, it was really thoughtful, and it helped me a lot.
Good.
I'm glad.
I almost didn't call, all I needed was to make another stupid assumption of how you're gonna react.
What assumption? I just shouldn'tve given you that ultimatum.
Total fail, you know? It's like I said, I'm just not good at that kind of stuff.
Yeah.
You aren't.
Total fail.
Okay.
Well - I'll see ya.
- Yeah.
Yeah.
(BRUSH RASPS) I shouldn'tve driven away.
(MITCH AND PETER TALK QUIETLY) Um hey, Mom? Um I've decided I'm gonna stay here.
You were right, I I can't run away.
Is that okay? Yes, of course.
I mean, I'm a little you know but of course.
(COWBELL CLANGS) JACK: Come on over here, everyone! Now, first of all, we want to say a big congratulations to our first place winner, who rose to the occasion when it could have been so easy to quit.
- Yeah, Georgie! - Woo! JACK: You made us awfully proud today, Georgie, and I know you'll continue to do that, wherever you are.
(LOU CHUCKLES) Now, this year has been well, a pretty crazy ride for all of us.
It's been a year of some huge highs, and and some deep lows.
It's a year that threatened to tear us all apart, but instead, I believe it brought us together.
And we're here today to celebrate the family.
It's a family that continues to grow.
We're all gathered here to officially welcome Amy and Ty's daughter.
Now, what started out as a Bartlett tradition (SMALL CHUCKLE) has uh, well, it's become a Bartlett Fleming Morris Borden tradition.
And it's as unique as the child we're celebrating.
So now, let's welcome this beautiful baby, and bless her with name, and a stone of her own.
Thanks, Jack.
- Okay, Lyndy, you ready? - (LYNDY COOS) (LAUGHS) Do you wanna pick a stone, sweetie? - This is mine.
- This is Dad.
How about up here? Right there? Do you wanna touch this one right here? - (LYNDY COOS) - Yes! ALL: Yay! (LAUGHING) Lyndy Marion Borden, welcome to this family, my little one.
You're a very lucky girl, I hope you never forget that, and may you always have joy and love in your heart, and may you always have good health.
And bear your name with honour, and grow to be a wise, and understanding person.
(LYNDY LAUGHS) (ALL LAUGH) - To Lyndy.
- ALL: To Lyndy.
Cheers.
(GLASSES CLINK) And there's someone else that we need to honour today with a stone.
Someone who has been a part of our family for a long time now, and someone who we couldn't live without.
And we all appreciate her.
And we love her.
- Lisa.
- Oh! Oh! Oh, I didn't (GASPS, LAUGHS) Thank you, honey.
Oh thank you.
- Pick your stone.
- Pick my stone, well um where are you? I don't know, I can't remember.
- Oh, Grandpa! - (LAUGHS) - That's me.
- All right.
Well, are-is that taken, if it's not, I'll take that one.
Well, I love that it's right beside me, it's yours if you want it.
I will, thank you.
- Thank you, everybody.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Cheers, Lisa.
(LYNDY COOS) Um I'd like to say something.
(SIGHS) I guess uh, this might not be the most appropriate time, but I don't know when we'll all be together again in this room, and I promised I'd keep you in the loop about my health, and I got some results back from my latest tests.
(SIGHS) I'm clear.
The shadow's gone.
- (GASPS) - You're clear? You're clear? Oh, good! Tim! Oh, Dad! MITCH: That's great, that's good news, partner.
- AMY: That's such good news.
- TIM: Mm! Hey, girls there's something else I should tell you, and you probably don't know this, but uh your father doesn't have a stone on that hearth.
- You don't? - What?! I - Why not? - Talk to Jack about it.
- Long story.
- Dad! But not for today.
Listen, everyone.
Amy has something that she wants to show Lyndy.
I'm a diamond in the rough a little crazy (WHISTLES, CLUCKS TONGUE) I'm a lover but I fight for what compels me There's a light inside my darkest shadow Coming through AMY: Get up.
I've got a complicated animal desire And I'm fighting when I'm waiting to be higher AMY: Whoa, back.
There's no part of me could ever be apart from you TY: Yeah! Way to go, Amy.
(FAMILY CLAPS) LOU: That's beautiful, Amy.
Stay with me Wild and free Where the streets are never crowded Stay with me (SPARTAN SNORTS) - (AMY WHISTLES) - JACK: Oh yeah! (FAMILY CLAPS, LAUGHS) Wild and free Where the hungry wolves are howling Down.
Down.
Down.
Good.
If you're strong enough to let my love go Good boy.
If you set me free then baby I will follow Over.
Over.
(CLUCKS TONGUE) GOOD BOY.
LISA: Oh wow.
- LOU: Oh! (LAUGHS) - MITCH: All right.
Stay with me (FAMILY APPLAUDS) Way to go, Amy.
- PETER: Wow.
- Good job, Spartan.
Wild and free Where the streets are never crowded - MITCH: Impressive.
- TY: There he goes! (FAMILY APPLAUDS) Look at Mom! (LAUGHS) - LOU: It's beautiful.
- Lisa: Oh! (FAMILY APPLAUDS) Wasn't your Mom amazing? Hm? (AMY CHUCKLES) JACK: Well, you were right.
Your Mom did a do a horse trick on your naming day, - I remember now.
- Hmm.
Beautiful.
(AMY LAUGHS) So hear this You'll have to be so fearless Ooh ooh ooh ooh Wild and free Stay with me