Trauma s01e09 Episode Script

Thank You

This is not right.
How? It's like a lobster at a restaurant.
Lobster at a rest This is not like a restaurant.
Lobsters don't run.
Okay? Okay.
I want a good turkey this year.
I want it fresh, not frozen, with all that chemical and junk on the inside.
Chemical? You don't know that.
This is like a crack house for birds.
Where are we even at? It should be perfect this year.
Okay? You know, I wasn't really there those other years.
And even when I was there, it was like I wasn't really there.
No, I know.
I get it.
I understand.
You hate yourself, so you're working it out at a turkey slaughterhouse.
I get it, man.
I get it.
I get it.
And shouldn't you be on a plane to Baton Rouge or somewhere, man? No, I pushed my flight back.
Took another shift.
Oh, See-See, I couldn't.
The turkeys, they were looking at me.
And I looked back at them I do not understand why you're making such a big deal out of this.
I'll just pick up a free range turkey from the market.
I know, but I just want today to be perfect.
Cameron, all I need is you here.
All right.
Love you.
Bye.
Turducken.
What? Tur You want to impress her? Get some culture in your life, and make her a Turducken.
De-boned turkey, you stuff it with a de-boned chicken, and then, you stuff that with a de-boned duck.
That's how we do it on the bayou.
Aye, monsieur! That's what we do.
That sounds like chicken incest, man.
What do you mean? That's Cajun, man.
Well, well, well.
You guys look bright, breezy and thankful this morning.
Oh.
They broke into the 25-year-old Scotch and talked medicine all night.
I am heartbroken that I missed that.
Morning, sweetie.
Morning, Daddy.
And when can we expect you? My shift is over at 3:00, so I guess I will come down right after.
Will you be bringing anyone? No, not this year, Marcy.
You're really going to come visit? Oh, girl, we are going to tear it up.
Oh, yeah.
He's here.
Oh, yeah.
I'm sure he's into that stuff.
For sure.
Okay.
That was my cousin, Vivian.
She is awesome.
Man! I haven't had a family Thanksgiving in three years.
Yeah? You would like her.
She would like you.
Yeah? Mmm-hmm.
Well, I know what conejo means.
And I'm 6'1", by the way.
Rabbit, come to dinner tonight.
Seriously, it's like nothing you've ever seen before.
You want to be thankful? This is the place.
No.
Sounds cool, but I've got my own traditions.
You sure? This is Vivian.
Wow! Mmm-hmm.
But I've got plans.
Sorry.
Really? Someone I don't know about? You don't know about any of them.
How's it going out there? Just about.
It's looking good in here.
All right.
Turkey fryer is good to go.
Ow! Oh, God.
Be careful.
I will.
I will.
You sure about this? Look, I've been on the Internet.
I've gone over every turkey recipe on every website.
And I'm telling you.
This year is going to be the perfect bird.
All right.
The deep-fried turkey.
Supposed to be out of this world.
Okay.
Just please be careful.
I will.
I will.
Oh, my God! He's all yours.
All right, thanks.
All right.
Well, it looks like we've got partial thickness burns to the face, neck.
Full thickness burns on hands and arms.
Check the airway.
Got it.
Medic 78 requesting medevac to City Hospital.
Full thickness burns.
Third degree, possible fourth degree involving muscle, bone and tendons.
Copy.
His airway's burned.
You take the airway nasally.
And I'll take You've got the burns.
Got it.
All right.
Okay.
All right.
Airway is clear.
Okay.
All right.
IV is in.
Give me All right.
It's going to have to be you, Mr.
Medic.
Oh, you're following protocol now, huh? Well, I like to keep you guessing.
Hey.
Rescue 2, this is Medic 78.
What's your ETA? Right about now.
Is he going to be okay? Ma'am, ma'am, I know it looks bad, but your husband is going to be okay.
Ma'am, I'm sorry this is not the Thanksgiving you planned.
Just breathe normally, okay? Did you see what happened back there? Did you notice that? What? We rocked that call.
Oh, yeah.
I did, man.
Hey, man, I can't take you to the airport.
What? Man, I promised Sela that, you know Hey, I'm gonna do it right.
I've got food back at the station and everything.
So, I've got to make this year right, man.
What? What? What time is your flight? Shift's over at 3:00.
You're cutting it kind of close.
You're not even going to make it for dinner.
Yeah, well If I didn't know you right, I would say you were trying not to go home.
What's that all about? No, it's just This happens to be the year I promised myself I would tell my parents.
Tell them what? Oh.
Dude, I'm sorry.
"Mom, Dad, I'm gay.
Please pass the carrots.
" Pass the carrots? That's going to make for an interesting Thanksgiving.
All right.
Fourth degree burns, both full thickness and partial.
Two large bore IV's of NS, NPA.
Pulse 95, BP 130 over 70.
And a trauma score of six.
Let me guess.
Turkey fryer.
Yeah, you got it.
Third one today.
Hey, his wife's on her way.
Yeah, I'll keep an eye out for her.
Hey.
Thanks.
Whoa! What? Game ain't working with that one anymore.
She's busy.
Yeah.
Keep telling yourself that.
Why don't you get that? Hey, Ma.
Hi.
He's going to be okay.
They're treating his burns now.
He will have to stay here for a few days.
Oh.
What a way to spend Thanksgiving.
Yeah, I know.
I'll come and get you as soon as you can go up and see him.
Thank you so much.
Hey, thanks for doing that.
So, where are you spending your Turkey Day? Same place as your fryer dude.
Right here.
Intern.
Remember? Can't forget it.
So, the whole night? Is that an offer? Might be.
Yeah.
I will be here all night.
And, heads up, I'm really not in the mood for banter today.
Well, fair enough.
You okay? Yeah, I just I'm tired.
And I miss my family.
And I'd rather be with them than here.
And flirting with you is just Yeah, look, Rabbit.
You live alone.
You're going to die alone.
And I just I'm not in the mood to be the entertainment in between today.
Hmm.
Too heavy? Not exactly cheery.
Yeah.
Look, like I said.
I'm tired.
I'm sorry.
Happy Thanksgiving Day.
Now, you just look desperate.
Let's go.
Thanks.
Okay.
Who wants to give him a bath? I've got one for you, Gina.
What's his DBI? I would say about a seven.
That's being generous.
Maybe.
Yeah, here you go, guys.
He's all yours.
Thank you, Nancy.
Embrace it.
Hey.
What's DBI? "Dirtbag Index.
" It's the number of tattoos, divided by the number of missing teeth added to the estimated number of days without a bath.
Wow.
That's gross.
Yeah.
You've got to love the nurses, hey? Hey.
Do not put that in your report.
You'll get written up.
All right.
Come on.
Glenn.
What's up, Rabbit? Hey.
You okay? Just peachy.
Gobble, gobble.
Oh.
Why? So, what are doing Hey, what are you Thanksgiving.
I'm at my dad's.
Mmm-hmm.
Football game.
Lyndon, Troy and Peter drinking too much.
Discussing the New England Journal of Medicine.
That happened last night, so I hear.
But Peter isn't even coming home this year.
But I bet you've still got that video of your granddad's gallbladder.
Please, no.
Not this year.
You remember a lot, huh? I try to forget.
Sounds like you know the drill.
What about you? You know me.
I've always got options.
But you're going to blow them all off and go and have shots at Lefty O'Douls and some turkey buffet.
If I don't see you, happy Turkey Day.
You, too.
Perfect.
Middle seats.
Three hours from now.
Okay.
All right.
Oakland Airport.
Hey.
Okay, I got it.
I got it.
Okay.
Hour before it takes off.
All right.
Happy T Day.
Dude, if you don't want to go home, you don't have to go home.
But eventually, you're going to have to tell them.
No, I'm not.
I don't have to.
Trust me.
I'm protecting them.
Okay? This is the humanitarian way to go about this, okay? So, you're going to live a lie? Trust me.
That ain't the way to go.
Eventually, it's going to catch up to you.
Your family is going to figure it out.
It's going to eat you up on the inside.
It's going to be like a lose-lose situation.
Lose-lose.
Those are my choices? I guess I'll lose, then, because, trust me, it is better than sending my parents into cardiac arrest.
So, how are you going to tell them? I was thinking about texting them.
Facebook, maybe? No? Okay.
You know what? Maybe it will be a little something like this, huh? Tell me what you think.
Mom? Dad? I need to tell you guys that I like guys.
Like Elton John.
Full frontal, like Dude.
That's terrible.
That's whack.
Don't talk.
Don't tell me I'm whack.
I can come out of the closet better than that.
Oh, you can come You can come out of the closet better than me.
All right.
Let's see what you've got, Mr.
On the Down Low.
Let's hear it.
All right.
Mom and Dad.
Have a seat.
That's good so far.
I love you, and I know you love me.
I'm your son.
I'll always be your son.
I have something I want to tell you.
I'm gay.
Wow.
That was good.
Can I use that? Yeah, you can have it, man.
I mean, that's really good.
I'm not going to use it, so You're not going to use it? Are you sure? Because that was a little too good.
It's kind of convincing.
Are you sure you're not Put your fingers over here.
I'll put my hands in my pocket.
Eat that, sissy! Come on! First down! You got lucky, little bro.
You just got a little older, big bro.
Come on.
Come on! Hike, hike, hike! Yeah! Hike! Monkey! Watch it! Ah! Nice.
Yeah! Oh, come on.
I think we better call somebody, man.
Come on.
I didn't even hit you that hard.
You're 10 years younger than me.
Seen this one before.
No, you haven't.
Not with me.
I'm not talking about the job.
You haven't met my brothers.
Oh, really? Hey, you guys.
What's up, guys? So, what's up? Oh, it's his leg? Yeah, look.
Sorry to call you guys.
He's being a wuss.
It's this leg here, right? Actually, I would say he has dislocated his kneecap.
Looks like he might have torn his ACL, probably the MCL and meniscus, too.
I'll go grab a board.
All right.
And some ice.
Yup.
No.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Oh, yeah.
Okay, I'm going to pop it back into place.
On three.
One, two God! Okay, okay, okay.
You're good.
Brotherly love, huh? I have two of them.
One older, one younger.
How about you? Yeah.
Three.
All older.
How can you even sit up straight and take solid foods? They weren't that bad.
Yeah, they were.
But I don't know.
You get older, and all that rivalry and testosterone just kind of mellows into Mild emotional abuse? Yeah, I guess.
Right now, they're sitting on the couch with their hands down their Steelers sweatpants, watching the game.
Drinking beer.
That is hot.
Did you speak to them this morning? No.
But I know they're there.
Just Okay.
So, this is how it goes, right? When you're a probie, all you want to do is get home for the holidays.
When you've worked this job for a few years You sign up to work them.
Exactly.
Look.
If I had to be with my family all day, I swear they'd have to send a rig out for me.
Or for them.
Yeah? Yeah.
That bad? I'm not joking.
Control, this is Angel Rescue 2.
We are one minute out.
Requesting LZ, over.
This is Unit 283.
Landing zone in Portsmouth Square.
It's going to be tight, Marisa.
What do we got? True love and a heart attack, Rabbit.
True love and a heart attack.
And a heart attack.
That sound like a song? Sounds like a song.
Listen, honey.
Hey.
What have we got? Premature ventricular contractions.
Probably too much green tea.
BP dropped.
We administered O2, and he's stable for transport.
I don't No, he's not.
Check it.
What? Six PVCs in succession.
That's ventricular tachycardia.
Drop one mig lidocaine, and give us a large bore IV.
What's he saying? He says he feels his heart stopped.
Okay, guys.
You might want to hurry this up.
SF City, this is Angel Rescue 2.
We are five minutes out.
I got two souls on board.
A V-tach with deteriorating BP.
Copy that.
He's going to be okay.
Oh, yeah? Yes.
What's that? Chinese legend.
Can't say I'm too familiar.
When each child is born, the gods tie an invisible red string around their ankle.
On the other end of this string is the person they're destined to marry.
Their soul mate.
We have not married, yet.
So, I know he is going to be okay.
Oh! Oh, hang on, there, cowboy.
All right.
He's stable.
The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break.
You sure you want to spend Thanksgiving alone? Excuse me.
Could you put your seat up a little bit? Please? Oh, sure.
Are you excited? For what? Your mother's cooking? We're currently at our cruising altitude of We'll be arriving in the Los Angeles area on time at 4:00 p.
m.
Pacific Standard.
Oh! Fasten your seatbelts.
Fasten your seatbelts.
Calm down.
It will be over in a minute.
My cousin wants me to ask you one more time to please come to dinner.
And she just sent you another photo.
Is that whipped cream? It looks like it.
Okay, sure.
Okay, sure? Yeah.
Really? Yeah, why not? Wow.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Wow! What? I'm proud of you.
For taking advantage of your relatives? No.
For getting out of your own way.
Yeah.
You're welcome.
And it's up in the air who's taking advantage of who.
Whipped cream? I don't know.
No, what I'm asking is do you have any red-eyes left.
No, sweetheart, just give me a second.
Okay? Let me talk.
Do you have any red-eyes left? Yeah.
No, I figured if I go home after Thanksgiving Hey.
What are you doing? I'm taking you to the airport on the way home.
Come on, man.
Help me out.
You would like that, wouldn't you? Just break my mom's heart, right? Make her cry grandchild-less tears.
You're a mother hater.
You know that? I'm trying to get out of here, okay? Look, I thought about it.
I can't do it.
You are coming out of the closet this Thanksgiving whether you like it or not.
You can't make me.
I can put you on that plane.
Why? What you coming around here for? Let me tell you something, bro.
I am not going to be late for dinner because you can't be honest with yourself and your family.
Okay.
Ladies and gentlemen, we're experiencing what's called clear air turbulence.
The fasten seatbelt sign has been illuminated.
It's okay.
Whoo.
It's okay.
The captain has turned on the seatbelt sign.
Please return to your seats.
We're getting shaken pretty bad up here.
Causing some system trouble.
Request alternate landing.
Copy that, Flight 65.
Divert to Oakland International.
Sorry, everyone, but we've been diverted to land at Oakland Airport.
Connecting flights will be available.
Maybe we should have stayed home for the holiday.
Oh, come on.
It will be an adventure.
We'll stay in San Francisco.
Okay.
It's okay.
Baa baa black sheep, have you any wool? Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full! Ladies and gentlemen, the oxygen masks have been lowered for your safety.
Please refer to the We've got a fire on engine one.
We need to shut down and land now.
Will not make Oakland.
Repeat.
Will not make Oakland.
Flight 65, copy.
Divert to Alameda Runway.
Emergency crews are being alerted.
Copy that, Control.
Captain, the landing gear hydraulics are failing.
We're not going to have time to lower it manually.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking.
Due to the severe turbulence, we have dropped the landing gear and will be forced to make an emergency landing.
The flight crew will now begin reviewing the safety procedures.
Please, please, please, please, please.
All right, dude.
I'm going, I'm going.
Let's get out of here.
Hey, man.
Happy Thanksgiving.
You be good.
She's a nice lady.
Everybody, wait! We've got a problem! Turkey dinners are going to have to wait.
We've got a passenger jet with only one engine and no landing gear making a belly landing at Alameda! Get dressed! Get the rigs ready! Let's get moving! Let's go to work! Come on! Ow! It will be okay.
It's okay.
Let me massage you.
This is Medic 78, en route to Alameda Naval Station.
Five minutes out.
Copy that.
Man, take it easy.
I am.
Guess you got your wish.
What? You don't have to go home.
Control, this is Angel Rescue 2 en route to Alameda Naval Air Station for immediate medevac and transport.
Copy, AR 2.
Hell of a way to start a holiday.
Get some water! Get those people behind you! I got you.
Can you guys Can you walk? If you can, you can move over to the green tarp.
All right? If you can walk, to the green.
If you can walk, to the green.
Ma'am? Okay? I'm going to get you to safety, all right? Okay.
And you let me know if we're going too fast.
No, no.
I'm okay.
I'm okay.
I'll get you to a safe place.
Yeah.
Let's get you right over here.
Ma'am? Are you okay? Are you okay? Are you okay? Let go of me.
Yeah? They took my husband.
They took him.
Who took him? Paramedics.
You did.
They took him over there to that tarp.
That black tarp.
Okay, ma'am.
Let me help you.
All right? Can you tell me how you're feeling right now? There's kind of a tunnel vision, and I've got a ringing in my ears.
Okay.
She's brady.
Take her down.
All right.
No, no, no.
What are you doing? I need my husband! I need my Hold on.
There we go.
There we go.
Okay.
Put her on O2.
Nancy, what happened? She had a vasovagal episode.
Nerve over-stimulation.
Stress is overwhelming her system.
I can put her on diazepam when she becomes conscious, but that should calm her down.
Well, you still have to tell her she lost her husband.
Yeah.
Here we go.
Are you okay? Now, ma'am, I want to just start with some questions.
Now, what's your name? Margaret Dennard.
All right.
Do you know what year it is? Yeah.
Okay.
Do you know what's happening? What's going on? Come on.
I'm not an Alzheimer's patient or something.
No.
Not at all, ma'am.
These are the questions that we ask everyone to determine if they're alert and oriented.
Okay.
I'm alert.
I'm oriented.
Just get on with it.
Okay.
Here we go.
Fractured ribs.
About three of them on the left.
We also have some fractured ribs here on the right.
She's a tough lady.
You have no idea.
Okay.
Now, ma'am.
Yes? I want to give you something for the pain.
All right? But I'm not in any pain.
Well, ma'am, I think that's because you're in shock.
Okay.
She's going again.
She's going again.
You've got her head? Yeah.
Yeah.
Is she all right? Yeah.
Recurring vasovagal episodes.
She'll be fine, but She lost her husband in there.
You all right? Yeah, I have to be.
Attention! Does anybody know whose baby this is? No.
Got no parents yet? Not yet.
Captain, according to flight manifests, we're short one.
Someone's still on the plane.
Is the scene secure? Yes, sir.
There's a lot of smoke.
It's hard to see in there.
All right.
We're going to go in.
I'm going to need two medics.
Here! All right.
We'll go.
Can you get them some suits? Yeah.
Rabbit, I've got someone! All right, we've got to lift this.
Okay, look out.
One.
Two, three.
Okay.
Got it.
Lift this.
Yeah.
I've got a pulse.
She's alive.
All right.
Let's get her out of here.
Go! Okay.
We've got her.
Let's move! We've got her.
We got her.
Can you get this off? No burns.
Miss! Partial smoke inhalation.
Miss, can you hear me? Miss, were you traveling with a baby? She's altered.
Yeah, and tachy.
Yup.
Hypoxic from smoke inhalation.
And we'll call that unstable tachy.
Yeah, very unstable.
I am not letting the mother of this baby die.
All right.
Me, neither.
cardioversion.
So, I'll make that slow IVP of Diazepam.
Ten migs.
Forget the morphine.
Hold the morphine.
Okay.
Charging to 100.
Everybody clear! Clear! And shocking! Still V-tach.
Come on.
Go again.
Charging.
Come on, come on, come on.
Lady, you can do this.
Everyone clear! Clear! Shocking.
Yes! Sinus.
Okay.
Hi.
Hi.
Let's take those off.
It's okay.
Hey.
Here we go.
Here we go.
Hey, where's that baby? Okay.
Okay.
It's okay.
It's okay.
It's okay.
Here she is.
Here she is.
It's okay.
It's okay.
Oh, there you go.
Have you got her? She's right here.
Yup.
There she is.
I know.
Good work.
You're absolutely fine.
You're both fine.
You're going to be all right.
You mean I'm going to live.
That's not necessarily all right.
Worse than crash landing an airplane in a fiery explosion? I was going to see my daughter.
I haven't talked to her in six years.
And I was heading to LA to mend a fence.
Well, hey, you still can.
Oh, yeah.
If I don't lose my nerve.
Six years missing out on my grandkids.
Hey.
Nice working with you.
It's what I do.
That meant a lot to you, that save, huh? Yeah.
Thank you for your help.
Always.
Glenn.
What's up, Rabbit? Here you go.
So, what happened? A plane crashed.
Boy, you haven't been paying attention.
No.
I mean, what happened with your daughter? Oh, I didn't approve of the guy she was going with, and then, they went and got married.
And now, they're having an anniversary.
It turns out he is a good man.
What got me all wound up was just some stupid little thing.
You know? It usually is some stupid little thing.
Yeah.
It is.
Don't get all mushy on me.
Thirty-three, from the plane crash, suffering recurrent vasovagal episodes.
Heart rate is brady, between 45, 50 BPM.
I have administered high flow O2 and NS.
Here's her EKG from the past So, basically, she's fainted.
Yeah.
Pretty much.
Got it.
Hey, Diana.
Look, Rabbit.
I'm really sorry about what I said earlier.
No, I don't care about that.
That woman's husband is in the morgue.
Yeah, I know.
So, I got his stuff for her when she wakes up.
Do you mind keeping an eye on her? Yeah.
I will.
Happy Thanksgiving.
You, too.
Take it easy.
Oh.
Hell, yes, I was scared.
The damn plane was crashing.
I don't know.
As soon as they finish with me here, I will find a way down there to see you.
Yes.
Yes.
I promise.
This is Nicole and Alana.
Nicole has smoke inhalation.
Unstable tachycardia.
She's on twin lines of NS.
We cardioverted on the scene.
Nice work, Nance.
Thank you.
Thank you so much.
Is there anything else you need before I leave? I have everything I need.
Thank you.
Bye.
Let's go grab a cup of coffee.
Absolutely.
And, of course, leading that float is Hey, man.
And Rudolph with that red nose.
Yo.
So, what's your plan? They don't have any flights out until tomorrow.
And I gotta work on Monday, so How much vacation time you got left? Two months.
So, why don't you tell them then? I don't know.
I just I was just ready to tell them tonight, you know.
I built myself up and just Where are you eating? I don't know.
Yeah, I do.
Help me grab some of these groceries.
Yeah? Yeah.
Really? Yeah, really, man.
You're family.
Man, stop looking at me like that.
So, I'm family, huh? So, I'm, like, the black sheep of the family.
White sheep of the family.
Gay white sheep.
I think I'm liking that.
Okay.
My cousin saw you on the news, and she thinks you're super hot.
Yeah? And Mexican.
I'm not Mexican.
He's not Mexican.
Okay.
So, what are you, then? I'm not going tonight.
I'll see you in a little bit, okay? All right.
Why aren't you going? It's not my thing.
What, did you find another hook up or something? That's not cool, man.
Viviana's going to be super pissed.
It's not that.
I just I don't know.
I don't feel like being in a crowd tonight.
You know, my family's not a crowd.
You know what I mean.
Not really.
But enjoy whatever you've got going on.
Happy Thanksgiving.
I'm very thankful for you guys.
Happy Thanksgiving, Rabbit.
Captain.
Yo! Let's do it.
Where are you spending Thanksgiving? Um Happy Thanksgiving, folks.
Happy Thanksgiving, Captain.
Bye, Captain.
Hi.
My parents are on their way up from LA.
Flights were all booked, so they had to drive.
That's good.
I thought you might want this.
Thank you.
You ever lose someone? I still haven't found someone.
I don't know if that's better or worse.
I'm sorry.
Will you stay with me for a while? Yeah.
Yeah.
God, thank you for my beautiful family and my guest.
Thank you for the hands that prepared this meal.
Amen.
Amen.
Amen.
Oh, Tyler, we're just so glad that you're here.
Really.
Yeah? Yeah.
You know, that means a lot to me.
And to be here, sharing this with you guys.
You know, Boone family, I love you, and I know that you guys love me.
Mmm.
And I'm part of the family.
And I'll always be a part of the family.
And I just wanted you to know that I am gay.
That was a lot easier than I thought.
Could you get those potatoes over there? This is good.
Well, that's quite an adventure today.
Hmm.
I just can't stop thinking about all those people who couldn't make it home.
Marcy, I feel exactly the same way.
It's very hard.
I have this video of Shireen Razack's arthroscopic knee surgeries.
It's pretty doggone fascinating.
Sounds cool.
You know, I did my first knee this past week.
And why didn't you tell me? What was it, a meniscus? Actually, it was an ACL.
You did an ACL? Yes, sir.
How did it go? It was hard.
You know, like Billy Dugan says, "The hard is what makes it great.
" And I put blood on my face.
You totally bought it.
I'm so glad you're home, mija.
Me, too, Ma.
I made those tamales just for you.
The green chili and chicken? Mmm-hmm.
Aw.
These are so good.
Di.
Hey.
Hey.
I figure we've got to work all night.
It's kind of slow.
Yeah.
Turkey sandwiches.
You want one? Yeah.
Yeah? That would be amazing.
Come on.
Thanks.
Rough night? Yeah.
Hey.
What? Dad is going to kick your ass when he sees you.
Who do you think I stole it from? What? You are so smug.
Jeez.
When you think you know someone.
Yup.
So, are you going to stick around? I'll probably stay the weekend.
You going to stay tonight? Nah.
It's weird, Peter not being here.
Yeah.
I guess he's starting up his own tradition.
What? This is a tradition? Yeah, I don't know if I remember this right, or if I made it up, but Mom's stuffing, way better, right? Way better! What? Radishes? Mmm.
You think Dad and Marcy are happy? I don't know.
I mean, they're not miserable.
You remember how he was? Sure.
But I don't know.
It just seems like something's missing.
The older I get, the more it seems that way.
Yeah, I know how you feel.
Hey, Nance.
Rabbit? Hey.
So, uh So, Lefty's was closed, huh? No.
No, it wasn't closed.
I, um I just I don't know.
Nowhere seemed to feel like the right place.
So, you came here.
Yeah, I did, didn't I? Here I am.
You want to come inside? I'll make you some food.
No, no, no, no.
I feel weird.
That's kind of standard around here.
Come on.
The turkey is actually pretty good.
Come on.
What? What? What was your favorite show? Webster.
Why? It's funny.
Cheers me with your sandwich.
Cheers.
Happy Thanksgiving.
You, too.
Happy Thanksgiving.
So, here it is.
The stuffing is not great, but the turkey beats the hell out of Lefty's.
Thanks.
Happy Thanksgiving, Rabbit.