This is Us (2016) s06e11 Episode Script

Saturday in the Park

1 Previously on This Is Us Plumbers are expensive.
We're not exactly swimming in it at the moment.
Okay, well, it's going to be more expensive if there's water damage.
Kate, I'll fix it.
Promise Sometimes I look at you Toby and I don't even know who you are anymore.
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.
- Kate, what about you? You love the life that you are living.
This life that you are building without me.
Moving here is the only way that we are gonna stay a family.
It is the only option.
Did you, uh, fill Sheila's job yet? No, but we're looking at applicants.
I'd like to be considered.
You know, you don't need to keep using that thing.
It's, like, the literal symbol of the day your mom and dad's marriage blew up.
That day almost permanently deformed that near-perfect face of yours.
- It's bright in here.
I can see some light.
- How do you? Just a little, and really, really blurry shapes, but nothing clearly.
I didn't say "never.
" I never said never.
I just said not right now, not when we're like this.
Okay, okay, okay, let me let me see if I understand your grand plan here.
- Oh, my God, can we just - No, no, no, no, no.
Just let me, let me map it out, let me map it out so I, so I understand.
You refuse to move to San Francisco, but you will take a bigger teaching job here in L.
- How does that fix our family?! - Two weeks ago, you were - okay with me exploring this.
- Two weeks ago, I was still in shock from your rather huge, - rather humiliating unilateral decision.
- "Decision"? You had, you gave me an ultimatum.
You said I had to What was that? Jack? Buddy, you okay? Hey, hey, hey.
Are you okay? Come here.
What happened? What? I knocked something over.
That's okay.
Are you okay? Yeah.
Well, hey, do you, do you know what today is? - Saturday.
- Yeah, that's right.
- And what do we do on Saturdays? - We go to the park.
- We go to the park.
- Yeah.
- Park day! - Yay! Saturday In the park Jack's excited for the swing set Move your cane with your wrist, Jack.
Uh, should we be holding both his hands? He's got to practice, though.
12 steps to the sidewalk And then we make a turn to the left Jesus.
Stop at the curb Hop that dog turd That always seems to be there Always seems to be there And listen for the cars Yeah! Unless they're electric.
Silent killers.
Okay, join in or stop.
- Okay.
- Step down Step down, go towards the sound Of buzzy buzz telephone wires Feel the curb, step up and - Grr! - Grr 'Cause this one's a little bit higher Jackie in his rubber boots For puddles, ba-ba-ba-ba - We added a line.
What was it again? - Yeah Puddles full of wetness And-and sandboxes Full of tetanus Seven steps to the grass Now we know that Jack has arrived.
All right, buddy, I'll take that.
Good job.
Can I walk to the swing? - Yeah, go, go, go.
- Yes! Uh-oh.
It's a bird.
It's a plane! It's Pooper-man! - Higher! - Up? What do you think, Alice? Should we zing zang zoom this guy to the moon? I don't know, Ralph.
Aah! This guy is a mental case.
I missed that.
Your laugh.
I know.
Me, too.
I need more.
- He needs more.
- Oh, you need some more? - Whoa! - Up! Oh, my goodness.
- Yeah! - Oh! All right, pace it up, Picassos.
As soon as Mom is ready, and if the sitter ever gets here, Mom and Dad are gonna take off for a special grown-ups dinner.
How do you spell "anniversary"? A-N-N you know what? Just look at whatever Randall wrote.
Kev, come on, man.
You got to finish this stuff open up.
I'm full.
You're full? Big guy like you? No, there's got to be room in there come on, dig deeper.
Here I come! Oh, wowza.
It's not too much? Oh, it is definitely, definitely too much.
- But happy tenth, babe.
- Happy tenth.
- Hey, babe? - Yeah? Are you warming up milk? Since when do you warm up milk? - Um - What did you - feed the kids for dinner? - So much turkey.
- Yeah.
- And mash potatoes.
Oh, you're trying to knock out our kids.
The sooner we can get the kids down, the sooner I can get my foxy wife home and And what? And get a good night's rest.
- Yes.
- Because it's been a long time - Since we've had any kind of real sleep.
- Good Sitter.
Thank God! Hey, Mom? - Hmm? - I got it.
It's your anniversary.
Today is your day.
I'm just trying to help.
Maybe you could help by, uh, removing that creepy doll? It's staring at me.
"Creepy"? This-this doll is - a Puerto Rican wedding tradition.
- Mm-hmm.
It's the doll that was on our lovers' table exactly ten years ago today.
I think recreating some of our wedding moments was a very sweet idea, honey.
Oh, thank you.
I don't know, do you think Miguel looks at that doll when Mom leaves town to sort of, uh, grease the wheels? - You're disgusting.
Get away.
- I'm disgust? Miguel just said "lovers' table.
" How am I disgusting? Where's Toby, by the way? Oh, uh, well, he's out back pretending that he doesn't know how to light the Big Green Egg in an effort to avoid me.
But he's got the "egg-niter.
" You know how I know about the egg-niter? Because he talked about the egg-niter last egg-night, all egg-night.
Did you and Toby get into another fight last night? Why? What did you hear? I mean, I didn't hear anything specific; it's just I tried, you know, but your walls are really thick.
Well, Toby left one of Jack's safety gates open, and I told him that he has to listen for the click.
Got to listen for the click.
If you don't hear the click If you don't hear the click, then it's not locked, right.
So then he said I was helicopter-parenting his parenting I don't know, maybe I am, but, like, he's never here.
And so, you know, that broken record skipped to our daily fight about San Francisco.
- Hmm.
- Hmm.
Well - now, Bug if you need - Mm-mm.
If you need a little break, you're more than welcome to come join me and Miguel at our lovers' casa.
- Give me a hug.
Bring it in for a hug.
- Please! Put her away.
- So weird! - It is weird.
What's so, uh what's so funny in here, huh, kids? Oh, nothing.
I'm just trying to cheer up Kate.
Why did? Why did Kate need cheering up? I don't.
He's just an idiot.
- You're an idiot.
- Yeah, I'm an idiot.
I'm an idiot with his bags packed, though.
Did you see that, I got my bags packed? Escrow closes tomorrow on my new house.
And I will be out of your hair for good.
- Mommy! - Oh, I'll get Hailey.
- Kev, can you actually get? - I'm on it.
I hear.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Thanks.
Come on, hon, let's go see if we can whip up some rum punch.
- I'm just trying to help.
- I know.
Hey, thank you so much for doing this party.
Yeah, of course, um Uh, seriously, though, what-what were you two laughing about when I came in? I don't That doll.
Did you tell him about our fight? He could hear us.
Wait, Toby, come on, I-I thought that we were just gonna try to have, like, one nice day.
I'm just going to smoke Miguel's meat.
That came out weird, but yeah.
Hey, Mama.
Walk to the park.
You know what, Jackie, we can't.
But it's Saturday.
I know, I know.
Open the door with you, Mama? Okay.
- Okay, let's go.
- All right.
Okay, unlock it.
Your hand.
There we go.
Go for it.
- Opened that door.
- Good job.
- Oh, there's my nephew! - Hey! - Hi.
- Hi.
I still can't believe you came all this way for a barbecue.
- Me, neither.
- For Mom and Miguel's tenth anniversary party, come on! - We wouldn't miss it.
- Our hormonal girls, on the other hand, opted to stay at home with my mom and get their knuckles slapped.
Well, I'm really glad that you're here.
Aw, glad to be here.
Okay, we're hugging again.
That's cool.
It's cool.
We're doing a long one.
Oh, with a little bit of rocking.
- Yeah.
- Jack? Hey, let's go to the kitchen, bud.
- Let's, uh, let this happen.
- Okay.
Hey, what's going on? I can't handle it, Randall.
I can't.
Every day, I wake up and I think, "Okay, today's the day that Toby and I aren't gonna fight.
" And then there's trip wires everywhere.
God, and Kevin, he's driving him crazy.
Honestly, I think that Toby might kill him, and I don't want him to kill him.
- Tell me what to do.
- Take Kevin out of here.
Go pick up the twins early from Madison's or something.
Just take a long time, please.
I got you.
You guys are gonna make it through this.
You hear me? You want me to get Beth out of here, too? What? No.
She's, like, the least stressful person in this whole family.
- Try not to create a lot of stress.
- Kate? - Yeah? - Little issue in here.
This feels about right.
Oh, my God, this place, Jack.
When the girl hung up my coat back there, I almost cried.
I mean, I can't tell you the last time someone actually hung up my coat for me.
- Wow, cheap date.
- I mean, this is my first night out in almost six years.
You are the greatest husband.
This is the greatest restaurant.
- It's gonna be the greatest night of my life.
- Okay.
- No pressure.
- No pressure.
Well, hello.
- Hi.
- Can I start you guys with a drink? Uh, yes, please.
Um, do you happen to serve drinks with adorable names? I thought I heard you serve drinks with adorable names.
Well, our signature drinks are: Between the Sheets, Blue Lagoon, Dirty Banana, Fluffy Duck, Fuzzy Navel, - Jungle Bird - Yes.
Yes? Yes to all of them, one by one.
- Thank you.
- I'll have a beer.
- You got it.
- Thank you.
I am carefree, childless - Rebecca Malone do you remember me? - Yeah, faintly.
I am gonna rock your world tonight, babe.
I'm gonna get the check now.
Mommy and Daddy usually put us to sleep at 8:00, but now it's 8:34 because we were too excited because tonight is a special night because we all get to sleep together.
All right, Chatty Cathy.
Time to find your off switch.
I mean, geez.
He-Man, G.
Joe, you ready for lights-out? No! I'm not tired! I'm not going to sleep! Come on, Kevin, it's bedtime.
I don't like you.
Well, I don't care.
I said no.
I didn't know things had gotten so bad - between Kate and Toby.
- Yeah, man.
It's not very good.
What are we doing? Oh, yeah, no, I don't use my house key here anymore.
Out of respect.
For the mother of my children.
- Got ya.
- Yeah.
Well, Kate stuff aside, you seem to be doing pretty well, Kev.
Thanks, yeah.
Putting down some roots, you know, solid base.
- I'm at peace with my life, you know? - Yeah.
Plus my new place has those fancy toilets.
You know, the ones that spray, so you barely have to wipe? - Got one of 'em.
- I know you do.
- Hey! - Hi.
- How are you? - Come in.
- Thank you.
- Madison! Randall! Oh, my goodness, look at these beautiful babies.
Beautiful, right? Hey, you taking them out? Yeah, we are off to music class.
You are two hours early, dude.
I Yeah, I know, I know.
Kate kicked me out.
She thought Toby was gonna murder me.
How'd you know she was worried about that? We're twins.
It's that ESP thing.
Plus I-I heard her tell you.
- That sounds right, yeah.
- Yep.
Well, I can drop them off at the party later.
Yeah? That sounds good.
Hey, I saw Elijah's car.
You want to meet Elijah? It's Madison's new beau.
Our dynamic is super weird, and it's wildly uncomfortable.
- It's true.
- Can't wait.
Well, I'm sorry I have to miss that.
Well, let me help you - with this monster stroller.
- Thank you.
- And Elijah's where? - Uh, in my bedroom.
Okay, all right.
Be good to your mom.
- Say, "Bye-bye, Daddy.
" - Okay, bye! My goodness, these kids are growing! I know.
Hey, man, what are you doing? Hi there.
- Yeah, so I know what this looks like.
- Well it looks like you're stealing Madison's jewelry.
Yeah, yeah, I know, but it's not that at all, I swear.
- So how are you? - Me? I'm good, I'm good.
What-what? What's under your shirt? Uh Okay, look, it's Wow, I look like a real pervy thief, don't I? But I'm not.
It's a, um ring sizer.
Oh, oh, yeah, you're, you're, you're gonna, uh Yeah, yeah.
- This isn't happening right now.
- Okay.
Can you just move that towel so I can get up there? - Here's some towels.
- No, not the good towels.
Well, yeah, I can wash them afterwards.
- Hey, Kate, I'm gonna turn off this stove, okay? - Okay.
Thank you.
Hey, uh, Toby, I don't think it's a good idea to open that up right now.
Stay right here.
Yeah, we need to turn the water off to the house first.
- Yeah.
- Wait, so we're not gonna have water? Toby, I begged you to call the plumber about this.
We couldn't afford it then, okay? Okay, so now we have a more expensive problem.
It's good thing I have such a high-paying job that you resent so much.
You know what, Miguel? Can you please help my wife with this since she thinks I can't take care of it? I'm gonna go check on the grill.
Yeah, sure.
Hey, sweetheart, it's just, it's a leak, it's okay.
Toby, can you please take Jack with you? It's a little slippery in here.
And make sure that you close the gate to the I know, until it clicks! I got it.
Can I put shoes on him first, please? At least let me do that.
Come on, sweetheart.
Let's go put your shoes on.
Come on.
Miguel made 'em.
I don't know what's in this, - but it's getting the job done.
- Okay.
So, this is the famous Big Green Egg, huh? Did it come with a big green ham? You know, like Because Green Eggs and No? You're not in the mood? I feel you.
I liked I liked it.
Sor And sorry for the scene in there.
You know, every time I walk into a room with Kate in it, I tell myself, "Toby, be light.
Be playful.
" And then I just - I lose myself.
- Oh, please.
I blame Kevin, okay? He came to live with us for a year, and I nearly killed Randall.
Kev can drive a person crazy.
Hey, Toblerone.
I know it's none of my business, but, you know, uh, Randall and I did the long-distance thing for a while, when he was campaigning in Philly, and it's a bitch.
Yeah, I'm not gonna lie to you.
But, uh, we made it through.
Yeah, I think the difference is you moved for him, Beth.
Well, I moved for myself.
And for work.
- And for - For your marriage.
Hey, Jack.
Your shoes are lined up so neatly.
Oh, yeah.
- They are.
- Did your mommy do it? Yes.
These ones, high-tops.
Rubber boots.
Dressy shoes.
I hate dressy shoes.
I hate dressy shoes, too.
They're very uncomfy.
So which ones should we wear to the barbecue, you think? Should we wear the rubber boots? Oh, but they're for muddy puddles.
- Okay? - Oh, rubber boots are for muddy puddles.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
For the park.
Grandma, are you sad? Honey.
You know what? I I just I want to feel useful.
And Grandma does not feel very useful today.
Oh, yeah.
Is Jackie sad? Jackie's sad.
Mommy and Daddy are mad a lot.
Mommy and Daddy are mad a lot? Yeah.
Well, mommies and daddies fight sometimes.
But it's gonna be okay.
These ones.
- Low-tops.
- Low-tops.
You got it.
Let's put these on then.
Come on.
- Mmm! - There you are.
- Must be a good one.
- Hmm.
Good to the last drop.
- Thank you! - No problem.
- Wow.
- Hey.
Bec, may-maybe you should slow down a little bit? I think maybe you should slow down a little.
I think maybe that doesn't, uh, make any sense - because I'm still on my first drink.
- Mmm.
To ten amazing years.
- Mmm.
- Ten amazing years.
Where do you think we're gonna be ten years from now, babe? Probably still at this table, waiting for our food.
I know what I should do.
Huh? I should cut my hair short, like Princess Diana.
Uh, yeah, I'm gonna go get you some bread.
I don't want bread.
- Mr.
Pearson? - Yeah.
- Your babysitter.
- Oh.
Joanie? It's crazy.
It's just The whole thing is crazy.
You know? They've been dating six months.
I think a good thing to focus on is that, 20 minutes ago, you were feeling at peace with your life.
Yeah, well, my life just changed pretty radically.
Did it? Just picture yourself at your wedding, all right? When she asked you if you were in love with her, would your answer be any different now? I don't know.
I don't kn I know I'm not the same person I was back then.
I'm a father now.
That changes you.
- You know that.
- Sure.
And-and, you know You saw us together.
We're-we're relaxed, we're good, we're We laugh together.
We-we genuinely enjoy each other's company.
- You're very cute.
- You know? And the idea of her marrying somebody else just makes me feel not good.
So, you know, - maybe that means - Maybe we should just keep driving until that thought leaves your mind.
Maybe I should just text her right now, - just real quick - Stop.
Kevin, you're a 41-year-old man who makes rash romantic decisions that reverberate for decades.
Okay? Now, we're gonna go on a nice scenic drive, maybe stop for some boba tea and not send a self-destructive text message to your baby mama.
I'm starting to realize why your kids didn't want to go on this trip with you, Randall.
I love you, too.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, buddy.
Don't get too close.
Huh? It's very hot.
You want to do some cooking with me? - Yeah.
- Okay.
You smell that? - Oh, yeah! - Take a - I - Yeah.
Take a whiff.
What does that smell like? It smells like apples and pants.
It does smell like apples and pants.
That's very good.
No, you're actually on West Ladera.
You're supposed to be on East Ladera.
Just please Please just hurry.
Yes, pl Thank you.
Plumber's lost.
Hey, Kate, we can just cancel this party.
It's only some of my bridge friends and his golf buddies, - who I don't even like very much.
- What? Absolutely not, Mom.
I want to do this for you.
Hey, hey, hey.
Who's in here banging pots and pans while I'm trying to put Hailey down? Ooh.
There's some bad spirits up in here.
Dear Lord.
- Oh, shoot.
- Oh, wow.
Well, Toby's always wanted a frickin' waterbed.
- Well, I'm gonna go get him.
- Okay.
You've got to get this mattress off of here quick.
Yeah, I guess.
Hey, Toby.
We need you inside.
All right, come on, buddy.
Let's go.
Hey, where are you guys? Where are you guys? Oh, my What is this? I thought you said you turned the water off.
I did, Toby, but obviously enough water was already pumped into the pipes that it just blew the ceiling in.
Can you just help us instead of, like, you know, running your colorful commentary, Toby? Yeah, let me just, let me put Jack down.
I got to find Beth.
Hey, Beth? - Beth? - Beth Okay.
- Beth? - I got Hailey.
Yeah, sorry.
All right, buddy, you, um, you got to go to your room, okay? - Here you go.
- Toby, where the hell are you? - Stay put, okay? - My 70-year-old mother - is picking up this mattress! - Stay right here.
- I'm coming! Relax.
- It's heavy.
Be careful.
Okay, all right, just slide it, slide it towards the - Toward-towards the window.
- Get it straight.
- It's, uh - All right, we have to - move the bedframe.
- Yeah, I-I got that.
Here, just get it out from under Move it forward so you can open the door.
Would you get the door? Coming! Slide it towards the Oh, thank God.
I could hug you.
You want to show me where the leak is? Oh, yeah, come in.
All right, so, it started in the kitchen.
- Uh-huh.
- Um right here.
Saturday in the park Jack's excited for the swing set.
Jack? Jack? Jack? See, the back, just, is ruined.
Jack Hey, is, uh, is Jack in here with you? - What? Wh - Jack? - What are you talking about? - Buddy? - Toby.
- Jack? - Huh? Answer me, Jack.
- Toby, what the hell is happening? - Jack? Where are you? - Toby, where did you leave him? I-I thought that I closed the gate all the way.
Jack? What's wrong? - We can't find Jack.
- Buddy? What? No, no, no, no.
That-that can't be true.
- He's got to be here somewhere.
- I'll look in the backyard.
- Jack? - Hey, hey, bud? Feel the curb, listen for cars to pass by.
- Hey, Jack! - Jack! - Jack? - Jack! - Jack! - Jack? Hey, can you check with that neighbor? I'm gonna see if he's at Gregory's.
Jack! He's not here.
He's not anywhere.
Okay, okay, stop and think.
Do you guys play hide-and-seek? - Uh - Does he have any-any hiding spots? I'm gonna, I'm gonna check outside.
Down, down, walk sound Buzzy buzz telephone wires.
Jack? Where are you, babe? - Jack? - He's not at Gregory's.
Toby, the front door was unlocked.
I let the plumber in, and I-I don't think I didn't I didn't lock it.
We're gonna find him.
I'm gonna go look around - the neighborhood.
- I'm gonna call the police.
Hey, Jack? Honey? Hey, bud, you're not in trouble.
You can come out now, okay? Jack? The boots.
The boots.
- He went to the park! - What? He's at the park.
He went to the park.
Jack! Jack? Jack? Oh, Jack.
That's my grandson.
Hey, hey, buddy.
Hey, buddy, Grandma's here.
It's okay, it's okay, it's okay.
Grandma's got you now.
It's okay.
It's okay, Jack, you-you're all right.
- Let me see.
Let me see, can I look at your head? - What was What was that? Can I look at your head? You're okay.
Come here.
Grandma's here.
It's okay, honey.
It's okay, honey.
- Kids! - Kids! Oh, Daddy is so mad.
You guys are in so much trouble.
Oh, God.
I am sorry.
I am so sorry.
Look, I'm sure the kids were just playing around.
Hey, h-how about an extra ten? Yeah, I was locked in there for over an hour.
Oh, no, you're-you're right.
H-H-How about 20? 20? I Please just don't tell your friends.
- So, what happened? - Mmm.
These potatoes are lumpy, and I like them.
What's wrong with Mommy? Two Fluffy Ducks and a Dirty Banana.
Now answer Daddy.
Joanie was mean.
What do you mean, mean? "Mean mean.
" Kate, look at me.
Who locked Joanie in the bathroom? She yelled at Kevin for not sleeping.
So Kevin locked her in the bathroom? No.
You locked her in the bathroom, Randall? Randall, you can tell me.
- Rebecca, please.
- What? Randall and I talk.
We have a thing.
I did it, okay? Joanie's not nice.
She calls Kate "Chatty Cathy.
" Yeah.
Every time I talk.
It hurts her feelings.
The chair under the doorknob was my idea.
Well, guys, you can't you can't lock someone in a bathroom just because they hurt Kate's feelings.
- You understand? - Why not? She's our sister.
- Hey, how is he? - Is he all right? Um, he has a nasty gash on his forehead.
He's in getting stitches right now, but he's gonna be all right.
Now can you help me fill out this paperwork, because I can't seem to remember any of his information.
Yeah, okay, yeah.
- We got it.
- Thank you.
Wait, Jack, we have to put your hands down, bud.
I know.
I know.
It's okay.
Almost done.
It's okay.
Oh, wait.
Be very careful with scissors - You're very brave.
- It's okay, buddy, you're okay.
Almost done, almost done.
He's okay.
I thought that the gate was locked.
Not here.
I told you.
I told you to listen for the click.
Yes, I know, I know.
Maybe I would've heard the click if you weren't yelling at me all the time.
Oh, God Toby, come on.
Look, I thought he was safe.
He was there one minute, and he was gone the next.
But it wasn't just one minute, Toby.
It-it wasn't.
It was, it was many, many minutes between Jack leaving his room and you even bothering to notice that he was gone.
Gone out the door you left unlocked, by the way.
The door you taught him how to open.
Who does that with a, with a sighted toddler, let alone a blind child? And then this park song that you do with him? - Okay Dignity - Oh independence, confidence, self-respect.
That's what we need to be instilling in him now, Toby.
Not when he's 12 or 18 or 32.
So he can get it in his soul, in his cells, so he knows that he's not broken.
All you've ever seen were his limitations.
Okay, okay.
You-you need sleep.
From the moment that we brought him home, all you did was Google eye surgeries that didn't work instead of holding him.
So you want to blame it on me not moving to San Francisco? Fine, but you know what? The truth is, you pulled away from us way back then.
You are losing your mind right now.
Oh, are you gonna go Oh, oh, you're pulling away, Toby! Bye! - You all right, Kate? - All I see are his limitations? You don't see any.
All right? And that's just irresponsible.
You know what burns me up? The fact that you think because you sing with a bunch of blind kids that that makes you the only parent in this family that can raise one.
I am the only parent in this family, Toby, period.
That's the way you want it! That's the way you've made it! Guys, take it easy, yeah? Do you even want me to move back to L.
? What? - Do you? - Um Oh, I'm sorry, do you not feel wanted right now, Toby? I feel judged and blamed every day.
That's how I feel.
Judged and blamed.
Let's get your finger out of her face and watch how you talk to her.
How about that? What-what-what are you talk What are you doing here? What are you doing everywhere here? You're in my house.
- I'm here because - You're in my marriage.
Well, you're not here! You're not here, are you? Huh? - You guys, let's just stop.
- That's why I'm here.
- 'Cause you're not.
- Okay? Just Stop.
Well, there it is.
This is per it's perfect.
Way it's always been.
Thank you.
I had to see them.
- Of course.
- After what happened with Jack.
I know.
Just the thought of it Yeah.
Well, I-I should get back to Kate's, so Yeah.
Um, have a good night.
You okay? Yeah.
It's-it's just, uh I was, I was at the hospital earlier, I was filling out all of those forms, you know, the, uh, intake forms, and it dawned on me that you're still my emergency contact.
I was thinking maybe I should change it to Randall.
Randall lives across the country.
How would he help you in an emergency? Yeah, but Randall is out here an obnoxious amount of times.
And Or maybe I'll make it Kate, but What I'm saying is you are officially released from your emergency contact duties.
Hey, Kev.
Um I think Elijah's gonna propose to me.
Well, that's, uh Oof.
How does it make you feel? Can you handle the truth if I tell you? Yeah.
Very excited.
I I really love him, Kevin.
Well, then that makes me very, very happy.
- Hey, Kev.
- Hmm? I am the mother of your children.
I will be your emergency contact for as long as you need me to be.
- Night.
- Good night.
- So - So Well, this party blew.
It did.
- Glad you came out for it? - Oh, yeah.
Yeah? How'd it go with Madison? Uh, you know, it's uh, we eloped.
- Good for you.
- Yeah, yeah, it was a small little, uh, wedding drive-through, off of Sepulveda there, it was nice, yeah.
We had Carl's Jr.
afterwards, so - Answer me this.
- Yeah? Why isn't it "Carl Jr.
's"? - L.
's stupid.
- Yes, it's so stupid.
Hey, Katie girl.
How we doing? Never better.
Come on.
After they got done stitching Jack up, the doctor asked him why he went to the park, and he said, "Because that's where Mommy and Daddy are happy.
" I loved this anniversary.
What? I mean it.
- You're obviously still drunk.
- Mm-mm.
Think about it, babe.
Our first time leaving them home for a whole night - Half a night.
- And what did they do? - They ruined it.
- No.
They banded together.
They looked out for one another.
This is a seminal moment, Jack.
I know you may not see it right now, but trust me.
Kevin protecting Kate and Randall then jumping in to protect Kevin protecting Kate and Kate defending both of them.
I-I couldn't ask for a better gift.
I could.
I could definitely ask for a better gift.
- How about, next anniversary - Mm.
Mm-hmm? I get you Oh, that Can I get that for Christmas? - Mm.
- You know, Christmas is a lot sooner.
- Yeah, we'll see.
- Okay.
I don't know if Toby and I are going to make it.

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