The Client List s02e08 Episode Script

Heaven's Just a Sin Away

Previously on The Client List You met someone? I'm Harold.
It's a pleasure.
Your client Lisa has been in here multiple times a week.
I left my husband.
Let's talk about us.
We work together It's just a little naughty fun on the side, no strings attached.
You think that I'm a thief.
I quit.
Nikki She's in trouble.
- She's working over at wild nights.
- That guy's no good.
What makes you think Carlyle's gonna listen to you? Because he's driven by money.
Is there something going on with you and my brother? I don't know.
You never did have the balls to go out and make a life of your own, did you? We absolutely cannot do this anymore.
You're under arrest.
I had no idea you were so strong.
There's a lot about me you don't know.
Prosecutors want Kyle's accomplice.
I had a choice to make.
I chose you.
What do you want? I'll pay you $50,000 to sleep with you.
Are you okay? I just need Riley to get here.
Riley, I need you here.
- Where the heck are you? - You missed this for work? I'm always there for you, whatever you need.
- I need you to understand.
- I think I understand just fine.
Kyle? You're out? You did it, baby.
You got me out.
You're beautiful.
Beautiful slut.
- Mommy? - Oh.
Hey, baby.
The daddy-daughter dance is tomorrow, but daddy isn't home.
Oh, he will be.
Soon? Yeah, um You know what? When your daddy was away playing football, your Uncle Evan, he took me to prom so I wouldn't have to go alone.
- He did? - Mm-hmm.
Pretty good dancer, too.
Better than daddy? Well, maybe just a little.
Do you think he'll take me? You're just gonna have to ask him, won't you? We girls have to do everything.
I know, right? Come here.
Oh, I love you.
Original Air Date April 28, 2013 Mornin'.
I told Taylor I would handle Linette's clients while she's in rehab.
She said her appointment book was here.
I'm in a rush.
I've got a bridal party coming to the salon.
So we're doing this.
Is she okay? She's fine.
You know mama.
She can bend, but she won't break.
Well Look, Lacey.
I am punishing myself as it is, okay? So the cold-shoulder thing, it really isn't necessary.
Well, sometimes, I'm too good at holding a grudge.
- Did you handle your sitch? - Huh? You said you missed Earlene's shower 'cause you had a situation at work? Oh, yeah.
Um It was an electrical thing.
Anyway, thanks for helping mom.
Of course.
Got to run.
I just got a message from Katie.
I was on my way to the academy.
- Everything okay? - She called you? I am so sorry.
It is nothing that you needed to come over here for.
Katie! Your Uncle Evan is here.
Uncle Evan, can you take me to the daddy-daughter dance tomorrow? You know what? There's nothing I'd rather do.
And I have a feeling you're gonna be the most beautiful one there.
You believe I just celebrated my 10-year anniversary? Wow, that is a long time.
My wife insists we do traditional anniversary gifts.
You know what 10 years is? Mnh-mnh.
Well, that That is a tough one.
Three words Tin beverage tub.
I'll fill that bad boy with ice, some beers, and call it a day.
Now, can we do the good stuff? I'm suddenly feeling a little feverish.
Now we're talking, dirty mama.
No, no, no.
No, like, um like a "flu coming on" kind of feverish, so I'm just gonna have one of the other girls finish your massage 'cause I-I wouldn't want you to get sick.
I'm gonna need you to take over my massage.
Oh, sorry.
No can do.
Why? He a little too freaky-deaky? No.
Not at all.
I just feel like I'm coming down with something.
I heard there's a nasty bug going around.
Oh, see? Nasty bug.
And I'm getting it.
Can you take over my massage? Sure.
I got him.
Thank you.
Oh, and remember, it's "Starve a fever, feed a cold.
" Or is it "Feed a fever, starve a cold"? You should rest.
There's a walk-in for a deep-tissue massage if anybody's got time.
Not it.
Yeah, I'll take it.
I'll take it, even though I really do I'm really starting to fight something.
I'll let him know.
Oh, I get it.
You're atoning.
Should have kept that uniform.
I am just a massage therapist trying to give a legit massage.
Plain and simple.
You know, when I was babysitting the other night, you came home looking upset as a sinner in a cyclone.
It was Dylan, wasn't it? Come on.
Tell me.
Come on.
How much he pay you? I bet you made a truckload.
Look, the guilt goes away.
You know, I'm not feeling like an Oprah moment right now, so Look, I was just trying to help, you know.
You need somebody to talk to Yeah, well, I'll bring it up.
Well, okay, fine.
What's this? I'm ordering more glasses for the bar, and you have the best taste.
- Oh.
This one.
- Mmm.
I like that you know when to let me decide.
Well, I like that you know what you want.
Oh, Riley.
Am I slowing your roll? Only temporarily.
I'm gonna go order these glasses.
All that loving make a girl jealous.
- What's up, honey? - I am having a rough day.
- Want to talk about it? - Well, let's see I am married, and I slept with a man for money, so there's always that.
I crossed a line that you told me that I shouldn't cross.
And is it bad for me to drink during the day? Oh, not today.
- Whiskey.
- Whiskey.
All right, then.
The guilt is just eating me alive inside.
I can relate to that.
Hey, why don't you come to church Sunday? Uh, that is so not what I thought you were gonna say.
Come on, Riley.
I'm serious.
This is the only place that will lift me up when no one else can.
You know I met Harold there.
Yeah, I don't think that church and I are gonna be getting along right now.
Harold, honey, come over here and tell Riley about Southern Hope Baptist.
I'm trying to convince her to go to church Sunday.
Oh, that place always lifts me up.
You know, that's where I met Georgia.
Oh, God, please tell me you two are not gonna start dressing alike.
No, no.
We wouldn't steer you wrong.
You should come.
I mean, the The choir's gonna be amazing, - and the coffee ain't bad, either.
- Oh, that coffee is terrible.
So bad.
Oh, yeah, don't drink the coffee.
- No.
- Okay, well, I'm in.
Hey, Jeanne.
It's Lacey from the salon.
I just wanted to let you know that something came up and Linette isn't available for your appointment, but I'd be happy to do it for you.
Same time.
See you then.
Hey, uh, would you mind turning up that dryer in 10 minutes? I got to go rinse Ms.
Coleman before she ends up looking like strawberry shortcake.
Of course.
Bless your heart for helping Linette out in this way.
You're a good person.
Well, I'm doing what I can.
She's been like a mama to me.
Well, I'm sure it takes a load off Riley, too.
Can't say I'm not a little envious of you two.
Y'all are closer than me and my sister will ever be.
Don't ever let anything get in the way of that.
Curl Up & Dry.
Riley? Laundry room! So, I'm gonna enter my Grandpa Orval's pickles into the "Taste of Texas" contest.
Uh, I told you that I'm already sorry enough for both of us.
You don't have to make me eat those in the morning.
It's good.
Good? These things are better than good.
They're salty, garlicky, crunchy Spears of heaven.
Mm-hmm, mm, speaking of heaven, you want to go to church with me? I'm kind of maxed out from Linette dragging us there every Sunday.
Oh, um I'm really sorry that I let you down.
Oh, my God.
These are Hakari Jaguar Scissors.
Church, scissors.
What are you keeping from me? - Nothing.
- Really? Remember when you shaved Ken and Barbie's heads? You were so scared to tell me that you bought me the Barbie dream pool? I didn't make it to the shower 'cause I was with a man.
You had a date and you didn't tell me? What about Kyle? No, it wasn't a date.
One of my clients paid me $50,000 to sleep with him.
And you can be mad at me or yell at me now or something, anything.
Just don't Ohh, don't do that deep-freeze thing.
Oh, well, I just I might just need a minute to wrap my mind around this.
I mean, I I'm s-sitting here, telling you about my Grandpa Orval's pickles, and you you tell me that you you had sex for $50,000? I mean, this is exactly what I was worried about when you started doing whatever it is you're doing.
You know what, Lacey? I I've really needed the money.
And it's just a one-time thing, so Please don't look at me like that.
I told you I feel bad, okay? But when you look at me like that, it just makes me feel like I am the worst person in the world.
I am not judging you.
I'm just worried about you.
Excuse me.
- Hi.
- On second thought, I think we could use us some church.
I-I'm sorry for just stopping by.
I wanted to surprise the kids.
I didn't know that you were being released so soon.
I should have called.
I'm gonna go make sure the kids are ready for Sunday School.
So, um, we're just heading out.
Sure, yeah.
Yeah, you You can come, if you want.
Or I could just, you know, call you when we get back.
Where you gonna be? I got to meet with the lawyer.
- Daddy! - Daddy! Oh, I missed you! Oh, I missed you two so much.
Mama, can we stay home with daddy? Uh He has a meeting, so - You're not gonna leave us again, are you? - Oh, no.
I'm never leaving you ever again.
Pinky swear? Pinky swear.
Come on, guys.
It's time to go.
I can call you when, uh when we get back so that you can spend some time with them.
Pinky swear? Yeah.
This is your final tactical simulation! It is pass or fail! We have a hostage-rescue scenario! And I don't need anybody looking stupid on my watch! Hey, Shelby.
You free for dinner tomorrow night? You're asking me on a date now right before our last tactical? Yeah, I am.
Thought you'd never ask.
Bad Jack's.
Pick you up at 8:00.
What? You got something against barbecue? - I'm a vegetarian.
- You serious? Hope you're not that gullible during the hostage rescue.
Lacey, that guy's from the list.
So is he.
Harold, hey.
- Hey, Riley.
I'm happy you made it.
- Hi.
- We sold you on that coffee, didn't we? - Yes.
Come on.
Let me introduce you to Pastor Duncan.
- Pastor D.
- Hey.
Hey, man.
Meet my girls Riley and Lacey.
These ladies are friends of Georgia's.
Oh, okay.
It's nice to have you.
It's always good to see new faces.
Yeah, so, Riley here just took over The Rub.
Is that right? Yeah, I did.
And I owe her everything.
Because of her, I get to spend more time with my lady.
Okay, well, I'll have to stop by.
I've got a bum shoulder that could use some work.
Someone fouls too hard in our basketball league, but it wouldn't be Christian to call him out by name.
You know what? It was a pleasure to meet you.
And, uh, we should get a seat.
- Yeah? - Okay.
- Enjoy.
- See you, guys.
- Take care of that bum shoulder.
- Okay.
Good morning, good morning.
Lift up your hands ♪ your voice ♪ let's rejoice ♪ in love ♪ your hands, your voice ♪ I guess I should just put my scissors in there.
No, do not give the big guy anything sharp he can use against me.
If I were you, I'd pay up.
Hey, I'm not the one who's trying to get square with God.
I just celebrated Now, people say I must feel lucky, blessed - Say it! - Like I have accomplished something.
All right, now.
And, yes, I feel all those things, but marriage is a commitment, not a feeling.
Marriage is work.
Marriage is honor and honesty.
Is he talking to me? He's looking right at me.
Well, he can probably see that broken halo hanging off your head.
Marriage is appreciating your partner, treating them with respect.
Be kind to your husbands.
Is it hot in here? Do your best to lift each other up.
Adulteress! Adulteress! Riley, what are you doing? And I'd like to acknowledge I'm gonna get some fresh air.
our visiting pastors.
All the way from Des Moines, Iowa, Pastor Thomas.
And Pastor Williams, gracing us with his presence from Tallahassee, Florida.
You've agreed to testify, and you know that your immunity is contingent on your testimony.
All right, now's the time to be squeaky clean.
Can't be around any convicted felons.
Can't even jaywalk.
- Understood.
- And get a job.
Look, I get it.
I want to provide for my family.
This is your witness prep.
Now, you have little credibility, and Vandermeyer's lawyers know it.
They're gonna try to slice you up.
Let's run through a few of these and see where we are.
Is it true that you left your family? Answer the question, Mr.
You left your wife and children to buy drugs in Mexico.
Yes or no? Look, I don't understand what any of this has to do with Vandermeyer.
I saw him make false insurance claims.
I mean, the guy bribed a congressman.
He's guilty.
- Answer the question.
- Look do you mind if I just go over these on my own first? Just to be clear, this is the most important thing you can do for you and your family.
Get it right.
Everything okay? To be honest, I don't think that I belong here.
I guarantee the folks in this building have felt that way before.
I mean, I was a musician on the road, so I've done my share of sinning.
Does Georgia know? Like the back of her hand.
That's the good thing about us.
We don't have any secrets.
I know it's not my business, but if something is bothering you Uh, it's just the sermon.
It hit pretty close to home.
I'm having some trouble in my marriage.
And I shouldn't be talking to you about this.
Not to pry, but have you and your husband tried talking to someone? You mean like counseling? - Yeah.
- No, we've never been.
If you're open to it, they offer it here at the church.
Might be good to talk through things.
Yeah, a lot of damage has been done.
I'm not sure this is the kind of thing that gets better by talking about it.
Well, it might be a good place to start.
You're a good man, Harold.
Come on.
You're not gonna want to miss the testimonials.
People say the damnedest things.
It's very entertaining.
All right.
Now, you know what time it is.
'Cause if the spirit moves you, then please, stand up.
Okay, um, Brother Harold.
Uh, one of the The best days of my life was when I-I found the The good man upstairs Testify.
And stopped acting a fool.
And the next best day was when I found Georgia.
You, uh You make me a better man.
Come on back, honey.
Excuse me.
Georgia Cummings will you marry me? Yes.
Yes, yes, yes! Yes! Oh, yes! Yes, yes! Move away, right? I have a little testimonial of my own.
At last ♪ My love has come along ♪ My lonely days are over ♪ And life, it's like a song ♪ song ♪ Hey! I found a dream ♪ found a dream ♪ that I can speak to ♪ - ooh, ooh, ohh, ah ♪ - a dream that I can call my own ♪ call my own ♪ - Sing! - I found a thrill ♪ - ooh, ooh ♪ - to press my cheek to ♪ - ah, ah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪- a thrill that I have never known ♪ I'm sorry.
Did you need more time to undress? Just a little something to thank you for motivating me to leave that God-awful marriage I was in.
Lisa, I I can't accept this.
Divorce is making me a rich woman.
And a single one.
Now, is there any chance you could unzip me? I ache all over.
Thanks for calling.
Yeah, the kids have been dying to see you.
Um how did it go with the attorney? Are we safe, I mean, with you testifying and everything? - Yeah, we're safe.
- Okay.
I just would be lying if I didn't say that this whole Vandermeyer thing makes me very nervous.
Look, I-I get that, but you heard what Graham said, right? The police are watching him, and he'd be a fool to come after us, and he knows it.
Everything's gonna be okay.
Nothing to be scared of, okay? Um we're gonna eat.
Do you want to stay? Yeah.
That'd be really nice.
Daddy! Come see the pictures we drew for you! We drew you a picture at Sunday School! You did? How sweet! Hey.
So, uh, saw Lisa on the books.
Thought you cut her off.
Why don't you look at that fancy watch of yours and tell me what time it is? Oh, wait.
I know.
It's seven minutes past what the hell are you thinking accepting gifts from crazy-ass clients? She caught me off guard.
I want to keep her around.
She pays well.
She is one glass of wine away from tying you up in the attic and boiling your bunny.
Look, taking that watch is just a bad idea.
Why? Mr.
Louboutin buys you shoes.
What's the difference? Okay, first of all, Mr.
Louboutin is not trying to make me his wife.
And that's no Faux-Lex.
What are you doing to her? Just the usual.
Oh, the usual? Mm-hmm.
Like what? Um, like we do, usual? Mnh-mnh.
What we do is better than usual.
Are you Am I what? You're jealous.
- She's just a client.
- Fine.
And I mean she's bat-shit crazy.
But whatever you want to do.
She can't do this, though.
- This one looks like you.
- Which one? Are you crazy? That does not look like me.
- Yeah, it does.
- That does not look like me.
You look like a girl.
You look like a grandma.
It's like I've spotted bigfoot.
Yeah, it's strange, isn't it? My babies look happy, though.
- Okay, he does.
- Don't come on.
Don't cheat.
Come on.
So, is he I mean, is this, like, you know, Riley and Kyle, business as usual? You want to remind me what that looks like? Oh, my God.
I forgot about the dance.
Hey, Katie, your Uncle Evan is here.
Welcome home.
You didn't have to get all dressed up on me.
Okay, so here's the deal.
Um Evan was just gonna take Katie to the daddy-daughter dance because I didn't know that you were gonna be home.
You know, Katie, maybe you want your daddy to take you to the dance.
But mommy says if you tell someone you're gonna do something, you do it.
Well, I did say that.
No, Katie's right.
It's the right thing to do.
You have a good time with your Uncle Evan tonight, okay? But now that I'm back, I'm gonna be your date next time, okay? And mommy says Uncle Evan dances better than Oh.
Why don't you go get on your dress and get ready? I'll go help her.
Hey, dad, let's play some catch.
Yeah, let's do it, buddy.
Thank you for taking her.
It really means a lot.
You really think a man lives up there? I don't know.
You know what I remember? I remember reading "Goodnight Moon" to you and your little sister, and you guys giggling about cows jumping over the moon.
Mom, that book's for babies.
I'm so sorry.
You know what? You will always be my baby.
I still don't think cows jump over the moon.
Yeah, well, you're probably right.
Did I just hear you two say that a cow can't jump over the moon? Yeah.
You ever see a shooting star? Mm-hmm.
Yeah, well, I hear a shooting star is Big Bessie making her way through space.
I'm I'm serious.
Okay, why don't you go get ready for bed? Kiss your daddy, and I'll be in in a minute.
You're still wearing it.
We're still married.
I know.
Kids are so happy that you're here.
This is complicated.
I know.
I'm gonna earn my way back into the house.
Where you gonna stay? I don't know.
I'll figure it out.
You want to sit with me for a while? Yeah.
I could do that.
Let's say you change your ways ♪ Let's say you admit mistakes ♪ you should have known better ♪ but I've heard that before ♪ It's what happens when you don't show ♪ It's what happens when you don't call ♪ It's what happens when you don't know me at all.
♪ Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ What happens when you don't know me at all ♪ You staying here is temporary, right? Yeah, it is.
And so is you being a father to my kids.
We're blood, so I'm helping you out.
But just so we're clear, we're not friends.
I will never respect you again.
That's rich coming from the man who tried to steal his brother's wife.
I'm sick of carrots.
I'm gonna turn orange.
Yes, you are gonna turn orange, and you're gonna like it.
- They're good for your eyes.
- So are cookies.
Go and get your backpacks.
We're gonna be late.
Daddy! Dad! Okay, kids, go, go, go! Straight to the car! Come on! Sorry.
We're just running behind.
I mean, I can take them to school.
No, it's okay.
We have a routine.
And I need to talk to one of Travis' teachers, and we have this song that we listen to right as we get out of the car.
But do you let Evan take them? Please don't go there, okay? I have enough on my plate with mom in rehab and What? Linette's in rehab? You missed a lot, Kyle.
Look, we'll figure out how to do this, okay? And what is this? I made us an appointment for counseling, so we'll talk about this there, okay? So, what's up with Riley? She hasn't been herself lately.
I don't know.
Might have something to do with her hubby getting out of the clink.
The clink? Really? Dude, she's a badass.
One of y'all's gonna have to take my client.
Why? You got a case of the sniffles again? Uh, who is it? - Quick draw McGraw.
- Ooh, yeah, I'll take him.
Yeah, well, it's not like Selena gave me a chance to answer, but I already have a client.
You can't even handle "three jabs, you're out"? Girl, your indecent proposal messed you up good.
So, I've got a client who might think that there's something more going on between us.
Is there? Definitely not.
Is it Lisa? You want me to talk to her? No, she's harmless.
I just Don't know how to handle it.
You can start by giving that watch back.
Look, I see things, Derek.
I see a lot of things.
And I know that it is hard to tell the difference between a happy ending and a happily ever after.
But you need to make sure she knows that what we do around here, it is only a fantasy.
None of it's real.
And if you need me to walk in there and tell her, I will.
I got it.
Okay, well If she still doesn't get it, she has to go.
No wild cards on the list.
Love that guy.
Thank you.
This is very romantic.
Barbecue's never looked sexier.
This is good.
You got a little sauce on your face.
Oh, thanks.
So, Evan Parks, you bring all your ladies here? Oh, well, if by ladies, you mean my buddies from the rodeo, then yeah.
Come on.
You're handsome.
You're smart.
You're funny.
You have amazing taste in ribs served from a truck.
Thank you.
Why are you single? Here we go.
Yep, here we go.
Uh, I just haven't had time.
My brother, he deserted his family, and so I was looking after them.
Filling the "man in the house" role? Yeah.
Yeah, I guess.
I mean, they've been in my life for a long time.
I just wanted to make sure my sister-in-law felt like she had some support.
It's just It's tough seeing my brother treat her the way he does.
You know, she deserves so much better.
Someone like you? You really fell for her, huh? I came close.
But I moved on.
I knew you were hiding some dark secrets.
Oh, yeah? How did you know? 'Cause you should have been all over me.
I'm looking for someone with a little more self-confidence.
I think you might be wasting my time.
- Oh, yeah? How's that? - Mm-hmm.
I'm not sure why you're over there talking when you could be over here kissing.
Oh, you want to kiss me? Maybe.
I might be waiting for someone a little more self-confident.
Told you this place was good.
I'm still deciding.
I'm glad you're both here.
Kyle just got out of jail.
How has that been going since he's back home? Um, he hasn't really been staying at home.
I left my wife.
And I left my kids.
And I know that I know that this is gonna take some time.
Why did you leave? Had a drug problem.
Are you still using? No, I've been clean six months.
That's good.
Did you ever think the drugs or your leaving were an escape for something? Yeah.
Any idea what? The truth.
You know, I was playing ball in college.
There were a lot of expectations for me to go pro.
And then I blew out my knee, and and all that went away.
I started taking pills to numb the pain, and and over time, I just started taking them to numb everything.
I'd look at my wife, and I would think that I would think that she should be looking at something better.
And I left.
I was selfish.
And now you're back.
I'm back.
And what do you want? A second chance.
I want to move back into my house, be with my wife and my two children.
I slept with someone.
My lonely heart was made for two ♪ it beats too slowly without you ♪ you want to know what we can be ♪ but you won't give your love to me ♪ Are you gonna say anything? Oh ♪ I'm calling your name, but you won't listen ♪ oh ♪ if love is made for two ♪ It wasn't Evan.
Then there's one ♪ heart ♪ missing ♪ one ♪ So, what about you? What about me? Well, you're pretty, you're funny, you're smart, and that self-confident thing is a little bit of a turn-on.
Why are you single? Why am I single? Yeah.
I guess I've been too busy trying to climb out from under a heavy past.
What? From your Uncle? He started dealing drugs to help my mom raise us, and he ran with the wrong guys.
And one day, he had me and my brothers out playing soccer, and a car drove by.
The car slowed down, and I heard, "pop, pop, pop.
" I watched him die in front of me, and I knew right then and there that I wanted to be a cop and that I wanted to get far away from that place.
Sorry you asked? Not at all.
Georgia Cummings, I'd like a whiskey, neat.
I see you know my name, but we haven't been introduced.
Greg Carlyle.
I know who you are, and there's a reason we haven't met.
So I suggest you get your butt off that barstool.
Go get your drink somewhere else.
We're closed.
That is just terrible manners for a barkeep.
It's probably a good thing that you're selling the parlor.
And I'd like to make an offer.
I already got a buyer.
I'd like to raise the offer $200,000 from what that little dove is offering you.
I have all the low-end clientele in Texas.
Now I'm after all the high-end.
I told you.
I already got a buyer.
Oh, that just seems like a really bad business decision to me.
I bet your man wouldn't mind his wifey having an extra 200 grand.
Oh, I get it.
You are keeping this dirty, little secret all to yourself.
Well, didn't anyone ever tell you you can't bury past sins? I'm not afraid to bury more than that.
You come back here again, you're gonna find that out.
I hope you don't regret it.
I just can't seem to get enough of those strong hands of yours.
Lisa, we need to talk.
Something tells me you're not about to invite me on a romantic weekend to South Padre Island.
I am sorry, but you pay me for an hour to make you feel good.
Nothing more, nothing less.
I know.
I get carried away.
The divorce is just making me so sad.
I was only looking for a distraction.
I know.
Don't cry, please.
I wasn't trying to be harsh.
I mean, if we'd met under different circumstances, I'm sure we'd be great.
You're just saying that.
I'm not.
Will you accept the watch? My ex bought one for his secretary that he was sleeping with.
I know it's revenge-y and childish, but Thanks.
Do you mind if we finish? No, of course not.
So if we had met under different circumstances, where would we be and what would you be wearing? Hey.
Thought we could make these together.
I'd like that.
You tell Kyle? Parts.
And? He doesn't even know everything 'cause he can't know everything.
Well, maybe he shouldn't have left.
I'm being protective.
No, it's fine.
We all know he shouldn't have left, but now he's back, and he's gonna try to convince me that our family is worth fighting for.
- What will you do? - I don't know.
I mean, I've got two babies.
My bills are piling up.
And the way I see it, I am the best our family's got.
Just promise me no more secrets, 'cause we're in this to the bitter end, you and me.
Lacey, did you know that the traditional seventh wedding-anniversary gift is copper? No, it is not.
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Just to make things better, it's copper.
Well, Kyle sure got him some copper, didn't he? Oh, he got a truckload.
Come on.
Let's go make some pickles.
Mommy? Yeah? When's mee maw coming home? Oh, um, soon, baby.
Real soon.
Why isn't daddy staying with us? Uh, because your daddy and I need a little bit of time, okay? But he's gonna come and take you both to school tomorrow morning, right? Hey, you know what? It's gonna be okay.
Everything is gonna be okay.
Your mee maw's gonna be okay, your daddy's gonna be okay, and, well, me, you're stuck with me 'cause I'm not going anywhere.
Why should I feel discouraged? ♪ why should the shadows come? ♪ why should my heart feel lonely? ♪ when all is heaven and home ♪ Hey.
Are you gonna talk to me about this? Not right now.
When Jesus is my portion ♪ Hey.
You want to sit down with me for a while? A constant friend ♪ - Yeah.
- is He ♪ His eye is on the sparrow ♪ and I know He watches me ♪