This is Us (2016) s06e09 Episode Script

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1 Previously on This Is Us First day of summer, we don't want to be the last ones in the pool.
Hey, where you going? Heard the pool closed down.
Just want to check it out before it disappears.
What are you doing? I hate that I'm doing this over FaceTime, - and I miss you.
- I miss you, too.
36 blissful hours until I have to listen to the Southwest flight attendants turn the safety protocol into a parody song again.
If you and Toby need your space, just tell me.
Yeah, Kev, it's that's not even our problem right now.
We have a lot more going on than that.
Hey, can you just, can you help me instead of instructing me? Yeah, Tobe, I can.
I'm here with them every day doing the hard work.
What do you want me to do? Just not have any opinions about our kids because you're overly sensitive about everything I say? We just keep having the same argument over and over again.
You're upset that I'm not around more.
I'm sensitive about that.
Pointed jabs.
Rinse and repeat.
Come on, guys, come on.
First day of summer, we don't want to be the last ones in the pool.
And guess what Mom and Dad have for you guys.
Swim goggles! - I want one.
- Yeah? - Okay.
- Come on, come on.
Hey, Bug, you want some goggles? I want to go on the diving board.
Don't you think we ought to teach you how to swim - first, Kev? - Yeah, I know you didn't like taking your swim lessons, but they helped your brother learn how to swim at the Y.
Guys, I'm gonna touch the drain! That girl is swimming upside down.
She's doing the backstroke.
And you would've learned how to do that, too, if you stayed in class at the Y.
I want to dive off the diving board - and touch the drain.
- Hey, once more for the cheap seats.
We got to teach you how to swim first, okay? There's Mr.
Can I go see him? - Hey, you got Kate? - Yeah.
I got Kate.
Sweetheart, what do you say we go in? Yeah? Yeah, let's take those shoes off.
Come on.
- Come on.
Baby - It's too cold.
No, no, no, no, no, but we have to get in first.
It's not gonna be too cold once you get in.
Come on.
Come on, g Ow, Kate.
Come on, baby doll.
No? It's fun.
It's nice and warm.
Try it.
You're hurting Mommy.
You're hurting me.
Come on.
Take my hand.
Come on.
Can't believe we'll never be back here again.
I know.
It feels weird.
Goodbye, pool.
Thanks for the memories.
Because of you, pool, Randall got to see our mother in a bathing suit every summer, and for that he is forever grateful.
- You're demented.
- Ow.
You know it's true.
- Hey.
- Get help.
I Where's the brick? - What brick? - The brick that propped open the door.
- Nice.
- Oh - Hmm? - This brick? Great.
Great, yeah, so we're locked in? Oh, God, yeah, so this is how my obituary will read um "Sunny Delight poster boy, valedictorian and 'other' die trapped in pool.
" No, come on, Kate.
You know they're gonna mention the fact I got cut out of Days of Our Lives.
- Stop.
- Ah.
Can you not hit me? Hey, hey, hey, can we look for another way out? Come on.
How is this my life? I need you all to hear my voice right now.
Your mother's voice with all of her faculties.
You will not make your lives smaller because of me.
This thing that's happening to me will not be the thing that holds you back.
So, take the risks.
Make the big moves, even if they're small moves.
Forge ahead with your lives in any and every direction that moves you.
I'm your mother, and I'm sick, and I'm asking you to be fearless.
Safe travels, siblings.
Okay, we'll see you guys in L.
for Mom and Mig's anniversary party.
- All right, you ready? - Yeah.
Hey, Tobe.
We can't sustain this, living in two different cities, so I'd like to go to San Francisco with you for the weekend.
- See how it feels.
- Really? Yeah.
Okay, yeah, I'd like that.
I'm really excited for this weekend.
I know.
Me, too.
Only four more days till you come see me.
A whole weekend just you and me.
- When's the last time we did that? - I don't know.
One, two three lifetimes ago, at least.
Oh, man, I am so excited.
Oh, you know what, I got to run.
All right, babies, I love you so much.
I'll see you soon.
Be good to Mommy, okay? You say bye to Daddy? - Bye, babies.
I love you.
- Bye.
- Love you.
- Bye.
Love you.
Oh, 9:25.
It's time to go to the park.
- Park.
- Yay, we're going to the park.
Tuesday In the park Jack's excited for the swing set And 12 steps to the sidewalk.
And then what are we gonna do? Then we make a turn to the - Left.
- The left.
To the lover of my youth The solace for my age You just wrote your first song, Courtney.
From what harms You will reach for me Is that silly? On our darkest days And I will come home To your arms Can we do it? Can we do it? And I will hold Hey, hey, hey, we're on our way Wave to Gregory How's your day? You know what? Stop putting me in your dumb songs if I'm not getting a writer's cut.
Come on, you're part of the neighborhood.
You're a part of the song.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Slow down, bud.
Slow down.
Sheila's a jolly good fellow Sheila's a jolly good fellow Thank you.
Thank you, Kate.
You made an old gal feel very special.
Oh, good.
- Thank you.
- Yes.
Aren't you gonna have some, too? No, I'm good.
I'm just gonna have some water.
There is time upon Your faces I will cherish you Till you leave me for sensitive side, then you turn into a total ass.
Is that a pretty accurate description of our relationship, Tyler? So, Edward Norton was just imagining Brad Pitt the entire time? Are you just now realizing that? We've seen this, like, 18 times.
It's just so much shirtless Brad Pitt.
- I get distracted.
- No, I Fair.
You know what's funny? Um Sometimes, I imagine hanging out with Old Toby.
"Old Toby"? Yeah.
You know, who he was before he lost all the weight at the gym and got his fancy job and better clothes.
I guess Old Toby's like my Tyler Durden.
I-I know that sounds crazy.
You guys just need a good weekend.
We do.
You're right.
Which is why I'm just I'm gonna go to the Bay to be with my bae, you know, with an open heart and mind.
Old Toby is still in there.
Go find him.
Hey, babe.
Don't worry, I'm already packed and leaving on time.
- Miracles do exist.
- There's a, there's a, uh, slight hitch in our giddy-up.
Okay, my-my meeting for my Tokyo project got rescheduled, so I won't be able to be at the airport, so I-I booked you the finest electric vehicle that San Francisco has to offer to pick you up, and I am I am, uh, hustling here to make sure I can get back to the apartment to personally roll out the red carpet for you myself.
No worries, we have the whole weekend.
Oh, I know it, Kate.
I am very excited.
I have made plans.
I've made so many plans, my plans have plans.
Listen, I'm gonna try and clear my plate here.
Uh, I'm gonna text you the guy's info.
I'll leave my phone on, in case there are any problems, and I hope you have a safe flight.
- All right, I love you.
- Okay, love you.
I know these days Will pass away Well, that sucks.
- You would've picked me up.
- Without question.
But do not fret, my sweet pet, I will be with you the whole time.
It's gonna be fun.
So I will hold You dear.
Come on, Kate, just take one more step in.
- I don't want to.
- But look.
Mommy took one more step in, and she's fine.
Just put your face in the water.
Pretend it's one giant bathtub.
You blow bubbles in the bath all the time.
Right? Watch.
Mommy'll do it.
Ooh, there's probably a lot of pee in here.
sinking to the bottom.
Hey, how about you swim to that wall.
- Think you can do that? - See? - It's easy.
- Okay, here we go.
But, Kate, how will we know that your brand-new bathing suit even works if you don't get it wet? Jack.
Yeah, I-I got him.
I got you.
- He's just a child, Jack.
- Yeah, and someday he's gonna be a man.
Hey, you're not ready for the deep end yet, bud.
Leave me alone.
Okay, uh, hey, Bug, you're gonna stay here with Daddy.
I'm trying to get her to put her face in the water, - so good luck with that.
- Okay.
Hey, no problemo.
We got this.
Put your face in the water.
Daddy, it's not gonna happen.
All right, why do they make it so hard to get out? They're trying to make it hard to get into so teenagers like you aren't wandering around drinking beer, - playing with safety equipment.
- Hey.
What? Oh.
I'm literally trapped.
Ah, don't worry.
We're not gonna be stuck here all night.
No, I'm not I'm not talking about the pool.
Although, if I die where I had my first sloppy kiss with Stuart, I will be pissed.
Um No, I'm trapped in Pittsburgh.
What's so bad about Pittsburgh? Nothing.
Nothing's wrong with Pittsburgh.
It's It's my life in Pittsburgh.
Yeah, I mean, I wake up, eat breakfast, go to the diner where I serve greasy food to unhappy people, then I go home and eat dinner, watch TV.
Oh, yeah, there's-there's the added bonus lately of listening to Mom get flirty on the phone.
She has a flirty voice.
It's it's haunting.
Only thing I get excited about is eating ice cream at the end of the day, but, um we can all see where that's gotten me.
So Aren't you glad you asked? You being here felt like cause for celebration.
This is some of the finest bubbly going.
- Well - I am so excited that you are finally here.
I can hardly stand it.
- I can't believe it.
You're here.
- I know.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Mmm.
- Mmm.
- Très délicieux.
- Mmm.
Come here.
I want to show you something.
Over to the right is Coit Tower, over the hill is North Beach, and if you look right through there, when there's not fog, which is never - is the Golden Gate Bridge.
- Wow.
It's a really beautiful view.
It really is, isn't it? Mmm.
It has been forever.
It sure feels like it.
I think I'm nervous.
Oh Well, it's cute.
Can we just promise to not let this much time go by? I promise.
Now, I think we have about 20 minutes before the vegan barbecue arrives, which I know doesn't sound sexy, but I promise you that it is.
- Well, then, bon appétit.
- Mm-hmm.
I missed that.
Well, I mean you.
- W-Well, everything.
- Yeah.
- You know what I mean.
- Yeah.
- Is that offensive? - Offensive? I want those words written on my tombstone.
Oh, babe, The Great British Bake Off is back.
You want a little cake and a cuddle? How about a little squeeze and a scone? Ah, I would love to, my sweet profiterole, but I have I actually have a work phone call that I have to make real quick that I would've made earlier, were it not for the eight-hour time difference in Tokyo, so I'm gonna knock this out real quick I will not be long Then it is just me, you, Paul and Prue, okay? Okay, yeah, I'll just be here.
You know I'm always down for a little Netflix and chill, right? Wink! Let's see what this guy's watching.
Oh, right, Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates.
- What is this, school? Ick.
- Ew.
Let's see here.
Oh, oh, oh, who-who-who are these stranger dangers? He doesn't even know how many quarters there are in a baseball match.
And 5K is Since when does he run without being chased? Oh, and these-these fancy pants, these fancy clothes.
Ooh! Look at me.
What, do you get poured into these pants? Ugh.
The name's Boring.
James Boring.
Oh, uh-oh, Kate, uh-oh.
It's a a fat guy in a little coat.
A fat guy in a little coat.
- All right, that's enough.
- Come on! You guys have sex for, like, the first time in a millennia, and dude gets up to take a phone call? At least he waited to put his earbuds back in.
- Give me the jacket.
- Okay, all right, all right.
I took it too far.
I was just trying to have a little fun.
I was trying to make you laugh.
Do you have any idea how much I miss your laugh? Fine.
But you're gonna miss me.
Good morning, love of my life.
- Hi.
- What's this? This is some of my favorite coffee from my favorite coffee shop in the entire city.
I ran down and picked us up a - a couple of cups.
- Ooh.
"Brew Can Do It.
" You know I love a coffee shop with a good pun name.
Yeah, and check this out.
So, I have marked everything that I think we can do today.
You ready? Okay, so after we enjoy our java, I'm going to take you for a delicious brunch at the Fairmont.
After that, I thought we could go to this cool photography exhibit at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.
I know how much you enjoy it - when we pretend to understand art.
- I do.
For ten minutes at a time, of course.
Yeah, anything longer just, like, defeats the purpose.
Then we're coming back here to get all gussied up for my boss's cocktail party tonight.
After which, I am taking you to a very, very exclusive dinner at the Top of the Mark, where I have procured, using my wit, my charm, and yes, my best friend Benjamin Franklin, a table right on the window with a view of the entire city.
- Wow.
- Yeah.
Well, you got this city down.
I have been living here alone for three months, so Mr.
Frommer and I have become pretty tight.
So, what do you say? It really It sounds amazing.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
I was just I don't know.
Babe, I was just hoping that we could have an old-school KaToby day, where there's just no fancy plans or pressure.
We could just go out and see where the day takes us.
Um Okay.
Well, if that's what you want to do, then that's what we'll do.
Really, babe? 'Cause I know that you worked so hard.
- I'm just - No, listen to me.
Being together is the only thing that matters, okay? Plus, you said "KaToby," and you know well and good that when you use our ship name, you get whatever you want.
I love that.
Yeah! Didn't you love those Rice-A-Roni ads as a kid? Rice-A-Roni The San Francisco treat.
Do you think they'll let me ring the bell? Maybe.
Let's ask.
Hi, babies.
We're having a great time, but we're missing you.
- We are.
- Where's Daddy? - Daddy's here, too.
- Yeah, yeah, if you guys could just put all of that in an email, okay? Yeah, I got to get on, uh, an important call.
Big VIPs on the other line.
Thank you.
We wanted to show you the sea lions that are usually here, but today they went somewhere else.
Not all of them.
So, where are we now? Wait, let me guess.
Is this the neighborhood where they filmed So I Married an Axe Murderer? "Look at the size of that boy's head.
It's like a an orange on a toothpick.
" N-Not quite.
- Oh.
- I-I wanted you - Uh-huh.
- to see this.
We haven't really mentioned the elephant in the room, and I think it's time that we at least start talking about it.
I miss you.
I miss the kids, and I think, I think that this would be perfect for us.
To buy? To think about, if you're willing.
Can I show you? Come on.
There's three bedrooms upstairs, each with their own bathroom.
And don't forget the converted ADU off the garage for grandma.
- Good to see you, Toby.
- How are you, Larry? Thanks for seeing us.
- This is my wife.
- Kate.
So nice to finally meet you.
Toby, in answer to your question, I found out the owners updated the kitchen and the HVAC - five years ago.
- Great.
And they'd be open to leaving the trampoline for Jack and Hailey.
Yes! - I'll let you guys explore.
- Thank you.
Oh, yeah, there's a trampoline.
How many times have you been here? Just a couple.
I run by here all the time.
I've always loved this house.
One day, a "for sale" sign went up, and, I don't know, it just got me thinking.
The great part is that the kids' rooms aren't too far from what would be our room, so we'd be close but not right on top of each other.
Come on, I want to show you.
Larry, thank you so much.
I'll call you, okay? I will.
Don't do anything until I call.
So so, what'd you think, huh? I think it's overwhelming.
I'm I am sure.
I know that, I know that this feels quick, but don't panic, the owners aren't accepting offers until the day after tomorrow, so we have plenty of time to think about it and put together a pros-and-cons list.
Uh, the day after tomorrow is not enough time to-to make this this huge decision.
I mean, Toby, can we even afford it? Yes.
We can.
Because I may have already gotten us preapproved for a loan and talked to a real estate agent back in L.
about what we could get for our house.
Toby, I thought that we were just, like, wrapping our heads around the idea of San Francisco, and and now we're making this big decision and putting an offer on a house - that I'm-I'm seeing for the first time? - I know.
I'm sorry.
I just, I-I didn't, I didn't want to present you with hypotheticals.
Kate, trust me, I have put a lot of thought into this.
There are these incredible hiking trails that lead to an awesome park right on the Bay.
We're near the airport for easy trips back to L.
Kate we can do this.
We can make a life up here, together.
Come on, let me show you where your mom and Miguel can stay.
Come on.
You're gonna love it.
Okay, Katie girl.
You ready to get your face in the water, huh? Come on, come on.
Let's do it together, let's do it together.
- We'll do it together.
- No, no, no, no, no! Okay, okay, how about, uh How about a new tactic, okay? How about how about we float on your back? Okay? I'll be right here so that you don't go under, okay? All right, here, just let go, just let go.
Okay, so you're in a bad spot, but that's just for now.
Dad hasn't been gone that long.
- Everything's weird.
- Yeah.
And maybe instead of focusing on what's not so great, you can focus on what you want to happen next.
Like, what do you want to do? What do you want to be? God, you guys.
Come on.
Guidance counselor's not a good look on either of you.
If you could dream of doing anything, what would it be? Anything.
That is the problem.
I can't think of anything.
Okay, I'm not like you guys.
You know, you want to be an actor, and you want to change the world.
We're the exact same age, and you guys are way ahead of me.
Randall, you've already met the love of your life.
And, Kevin, I mean, you're so far ahead, you've already ruined one marriage.
I just When I look into my future I literally see nothing.
No job, no family.
You know, you wouldn't think it would take this long to get a Lyft in the town where the company was started.
Hey, listen, I'm sorry that I sprung the house thing on you like that.
I-I meant for it to be a grand gesture, and I think it might have been a grand mistake.
I'm just excited for you to be up here.
I know.
I am, too.
I'm just processing is all.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
Everybody at work is really excited to meet you tonight.
I think we're gonna have a really good time.
Me, too.
- The driver can cancel? That's a thing? - Mm-hmm.
- Okay.
- Can we just walk? Uh, it No, I'll just get another one.
Well, I thought you said your boss lived close by.
Yeah, it's not far, but it's it's - You know.
- But what? It's-it's all up uphill, so There we go.
Casey is gonna be here in eight minutes.
Why is the car spinning in circles? Oh, this is so beautiful.
Yeah, my-my boss sold his first company to Google for a boatload of money.
Like, literally, that's how he got his boat.
But he's surprisingly down to earth, as is everyone, especially for a bunch of tech weenies.
Oh, and here's a warning.
Do not ask anyone what they actually do for work, trust me.
There they are.
The couple of the hour.
Finally, I get to meet the famous Kate.
- Hi.
- Kate, this is my boss, Amir.
Nice to meet you, and you are way too young to be the Amir that I've heard so much about.
What are you, like, 25? I love her instantly, Toby.
I knew you would.
- Well, thank you for having us tonight.
- Are you kidding? I've been wanting to meet you ever since Toby joined us.
- Come on, I'll give you a tour.
- Okay.
So you've been with the company a while, then? Yupper.
Started here after Facebook, - and just never left.
- Wow.
And what do you do? Uh, you know how most businesses can't afford non-technical managers ideating unrealistic features? Mm-hmm.
And your kids are so cute.
Toby showed me the picture of Hailey wrapped around Jack like a baby koala.
I called my wife immediately and told her, "Let's have a baby.
" - Oh.
- Their cuteness is powerful.
- Oh.
- It really is.
Thank you.
So, whether it's reporting or machine learning, I automate tasks for the company because no one wants communication and product inefficiencies between the engineers and everybody else, right? - Right.
- Which is where I come in.
What do you know about infrastructure platforms? - Um - She thinks they're overrated, just like Smash Mouth.
Have you tried this? Try this.
- Oh.
- Thanks so much.
Can I borrow her? Hey, come on.
How you doing? You doing okay? Yeah.
Yeah, I really am.
- I mean, Toby, everybody's really great.
- Yeah.
- Hi, Kate.
Sorry to interrupt.
- Hi.
But Warren said you agreed to trade him Steph Curry.
- What? No! - Is that true? Why would I do that? Curry's like the heart of my team.
This is fantasy basketball.
I'll be back in one and a half seconds.
What are you What are you talking about, I give you Curry? - You said it.
- I said it in a bar.
- Oh, no.
- I said it in bar.
You can't believe anything anyone says in a bar.
- That counts.
- That does not count.
- Not in the state of California.
- It's happening.
I'm sorry.
I'm so happy you came.
Toby's been a lifesaver up here.
Most popular at the company by multiple degrees in an office where everyone genuinely likes each other.
Well, the feeling is very mutual.
Thank God he turned down the job offer back in L.
Losing him would've been a huge blow for us.
- Will you just excuse me for a second? - Sure.
- Do you understand it? - No, not at all.
Do you understand it? - Uh Warren might.
- We work here, and we don't understand it.
- This is my point.
- We need to leave.
Uh, yeah, good-good call.
We got to We have dinner reservations, okay? Let's just find Amir, and we can say goodbye.
We're not saying goodbye.
We're not going to dinner.
We need to leave.
I'll just call us a Lyft.
Hey, what is? Okay.
Kate? Kate? Kate, Kate, Kate.
What is? What's-what's the matter? You got a job offer in L.
? Y-Yeah, I applied for that job long before I got the job up here.
And the official offer came in two weeks ago, and it was a joke.
It was, like, a big step-down in title, and barely any money.
You made a decision that directly affects me and our children without telling me? - You lied to me.
- I didn't lie to you.
And you made a fool out of me in there.
Uh Can we just talk about this before we get in this car? No.
I need a minute.
All right, how much? How much what? How much more does the job pay up here? You want me to give you numbers? Yeah.
Yeah, Toby, I'd like numbers.
I need to know how much is worth me giving up my job, and a house where Jack feels comfortable, not to mention being near my family and my sick mother in the same city as Hailey has two cousins the same age - to grow up with.
- That's not a fair question.
It's not fair that you're not thinking about our family? I'm not thinking about our family? Wow.
That's awesome.
How have you been, then? What do you think I have been doing up here? Living out of a suitcase, not-not sure which city I'm waking up in, spending all these lonely nights in this antiseptic apartment.
This is all for our family, Kate.
Do you know that we have a blind son? Oh, really? I-I didn't realize.
I thought he was just clumsy.
He knows every inch of our house.
We're teaching him a song to get to the park.
Okay, you think it's easy to just, like, uproot him and-and put him in a new environment? Okay, you get to ask a bunch of questions.
Let me ask a few.
Have you penciled out how expensive it would be to send Jack to a special school if he needs one? Because I have.
Never mind all of the assistive technology he's gonna need.
Do you know a braille notetaker alone costs six grand? And that-that-that that's just when he's living at home with us.
What if he wants to go off to college or live on his own one day? I have big dreams for our son, Kate, and I'm gonna be damn sure that he has whatever he needs to live his life however he so chooses.
And we can't afford any of that on an assistant teacher salary and some middling job in Los Angeles that doesn't pay me any real money.
Still haven't told me the number.
It's not just about the money, is it? It's kind of about you.
Right? Watching you up here I don't know You're pretty much the happiest you've ever been, aren't you? Kate, I am away from my family.
I'm-I'm on four planes a week.
I am exhausted.
Yeah, but you're happy, right? You're happy with your job, with your stature.
Personally, you're happy.
I-I don't know why you just can't admit it.
Yes, yes, I'm happy! I'm happy.
And this is gonna sound like a strange question to ask my wife, but don't you want that for me? Of course I want that for you.
Then why doesn't it feel that way? You know, sometimes I look at you, Toby, and I don't even know who you are anymore.
I don't.
You drink expensive champagne.
You know how to work a room.
You're not the guy who wore those terrible Hawaiian shirts or would make those loud, inappropriate jokes.
You're not the guy who'd ask for the wine list and says, "Bring me the whole left side.
" The goofy guy from our first date, the Old Toby, the guy that I fell in love with.
I miss him.
I miss him so much that I've been picturing him this weekend here with me.
So this whole time that I've been thinking that we're really connecting, you've just been imagining yourself with a different version of me? That is not what I said.
That's not what I'm saying.
- Is he is he here? - Don't do that.
Is he here now? Oh, you know, maybe we should just we should get him out here.
Hey, let's get Old Toby out here to join in on this fun! Huh? Hey, you know you know what I'd love to say to Old Toby, Kate? He was a mess.
He was miserable and insecure and self-loathing.
And all-all of that goofiness and-and the loud jokes that was out of self-defense.
Kate, you fell in love with a coping mechanism.
And FYI, if that guy hadn't changed, he would have jumped off a bridge or died of a heart attack making a joke at his own expense.
I almost did that last part.
What is so terrible about me right now? That I don't want to dress like a clown? That I want to buy a nice house for my family? I don't know, Toby.
You're just different.
And you're not, Kate? Why is this conversation all about me? When-when when we first got together, it felt like you and me against the world.
And today, you couldn't go 20 minutes just us, without FaceTiming the kids.
After shooting down an entire day that I spent weeks planning for you.
Admit I'm happy? Kate, what about you? You love the life that you are living, this life that you are building without me, where you're the you're the working supermom who gets to live with her brother again.
You finally get to be the fully realized version of yourself, and all you had to do was get me out of that house.
When I was younger, I would well, I couldn't even think about the future because it just was blank.
And I felt that way for a really a long, long time until I met you.
And you you took away a lot of that emptiness.
And so, yeah, Toby, now I have a full life that I could have never dreamed.
And I feel healthy, I feel connected, I feel like I have a purpose.
I love my life.
I'm-I'm really, really happy.
Except for the one thing that's making me really, really sad.
Thank you.
We should have talked about the L.
offer even if it wasn't a good one.
We probably should have also talked about the fact that for most of my life, I have been desperate, desperate to feel valued at my job, to not just feel like I'm taking up space.
I can relate.
And I'm not just taking up space here, Kate.
And neither are you.
As wrung out and as exhausted as I am, I'm happy for us.
We have both figured out our worth.
We evolved.
I love you.
I love our family.
But there are some real-world logistics at play here, and we are gonna have to move to San Francisco.
That's how these logistics are gonna play out.
I need you to get on board because moving here is the only way that we are gonna stay a family.
It is the only option.
I'm gonna go get some air.
All right, gang, it's time to get the hell out of here.
How? We climb.
Hey, Katie girl, look at me.
Look at me.
I believe you can do it.
Okay, and Mommy, Randall and Kevin They believe you can do it.
Now the only thing that needs to happen is that you believe you can do it.
Okay? I'm gonna go over to the other side, and then I'll help you down.
Just I'll meet you at the top.
One step at a time, Kate.
No sweat.
Okay, Katie girl.
Here's the moment.
Just let go.
Katie, just let go.
Let go.
I will never let go, Daddy, ever! Yeah? Why not? Why would I? Come on, Kate.
Just grab it.
- Guys - You got this.
- You got this, Kate.
- You got it.
You got it.
You're almost there, Kate.
Let's go.
Almost there! Oh! - No.
- Okay.
- Okay, relax.
- Uh-uh.
- We're gonna try it again.
- No, I can't.
I can't, no.
This one.
How'd she do? Today is not the day.
Hey, Kate.
How's Frisco? Is it foggy and expensive? Did you, uh, fill Sheila's job yet? Uh, no, but we're looking at applicants.
I'd like to be considered.

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