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#702 : Le cirque à la maison (2/2)

Simon continue à se faire payer pour sortir avec des filles et c'est assez rentable, jusqu'à ce que Cecilia aille tout raconter à Eric. Mary menace de quitter la maison si ses parents n'acceptent pas sa relation avec le Capitaine Jack. Eric a une conversation avec lui et il laisse entendre que lui et Mary vont s'installer dans une autre ville. 


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Monkey Business (2/2)

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Le cirque à la maison (2/2)

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Kevin joué par Georges Stults

Kevin joué par Georges Stults

Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Annie (Catherine Hicks) et Kevin (Georges Stults)

Annie (Catherine Hicks) et Kevin (Georges Stults)

Simon (David Gallagher) et Cecilia (Ashlee Simpson)

Simon (David Gallagher) et Cecilia (Ashlee Simpson)

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Écrit par : Brenda Hampton 
Réalisé par : Joel J. Feigenbaum 

Avec : Alan Fudge (Lou Dalton) 

Guests :

  • Grant Goodeve ..... Capitaine Jack Smith

Camden's House - Attic Room

Lucy: Sooner or later, like it or not, she's going to have that conversation with Dad, about Captain Smith.

Ruthie: That guy gives me the creeps.

Lucy: Me too.

Ruthie: Then why don't you say something about it to her?

Lucy: Mom doesn't want anyone to say anything.

Ruthie: You don't always do what Mom tells you.

Lucy: I try. I do.

Ruthie: Mom told you to quit stringing Kevin along, and tell him you'll marry him.

Lucy: Kevin hasn't asked me, and who knows, maybe he'll marry his new partner, Roxanne.

Ruthie: Yeah, maybe. But he would marry you. We all know he would if he thought you'd say yes.

Lucy: Hey, you're not saying anything to Mary either, so why are you on my case?

Ruthie: I said something last week before we got the order.

Lucy: Well?

Ruthie: It didn't do any good.

Lucy: Yeah, I struck out too.

Ruthie: I thought you didn't say anything?

Lucy: I didn't mean too, it just slipped out.

Ruthie: So you just lied to me?

Lucy: I felt guilty. We weren't supposed to say anything.

Ruthie: Is this the way a woman who wants to be a minister should behave?

Lucy: No. Happy?

Ruthie: Yeah. So you think anyone can stop Mary from seeing this guy?

Lucy: It's not likely.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Simon: I hope you left me some hot water.

Robbie: I didn't have any hot water to begin with. Why do you think I'd dressed like this? I'm freezing.

Simon: How can we not have not water?

Robbie: Probably because others were up and showered before me. Others who use mass quantities of hot water. Mary.

Simon: What time is she getting up now, four a.m.?

Robbie: Who knows, but she's going to have to talk to Reverend Camden sooner or later.

Simon: Did you talk to her?

Robbie: No one is supposed to talk to her, Mrs. Camden said so.

Simon: That's not what I asked.

Robbie: I could ask you the same thing. Did you talk to her?

Simon: Yeah, I couldn't help myself.

Robbie: Neither could I. Did you get through to her?

Simon: No.

Robbie: I didn't either.

David: Shhh... don't wake up Mom.

Sam: Daddy said let her sleep.


Eric: Good morning.

Eric: I was just having a cup of coffee and I saw you slink out the front door and up the driveway.

Mary: How is it?

Eric: Oh, it's the best coffee I've had all week. Cause... I'm having it with you, my daughter, who I haven't been able to catch up with in seven whole days.

Mary: Well if you care about spending time with me, maybe you shouldn't have told Ben that I'm dating Jack.

Eric: You mean maybe I shouldn't have told Ben you're dating someone twenty years older than yourself as a way of getting back at Ben when he's done absolutely nothing?

Mary: He's in love with his old girlfriend.

Eric: No he's not. He's just talking to her. He knew her for years. Come on, Ben's a great guy and he... he really cares about you. And you really care about him.

Mary: Cared. I cared about him. And now I've met someone else. Someone I care about more than Ben. I really have to go now. I'm late. Have a nice day.

Eric: You know you usually have pretty good judgment when it comes to men.

Mary: And I still have pretty good judgment when it comes to me, even when the man is twenty years older than me. Trust me.

Eric: I'd sure like to trust you, and yet... mm...

Mary: Remember when you just met Robbie? You didn't like him either. And now he's living in your house and you treat him like he's your son.

Eric: Yeah, well that could be a problem with this new guy since you know he's too old to be my son.

Mary: Dad, I am a grown woman. I am only staying here because the company asked me to change my schedule for a couple of weeks. If the man that I date makes you uncomfortable, I will stay somewhere else. Somewhere you won't have to see me. Somewhere I won't have to talk to you.

Eric: Are you giving me an ultimatum? Like if I say something about your dating a man my age... what, you're... you're just going to take off? Did you think I would just sit around and... and say nothing? I mean do I ever just sit around and say nothing when you're doing something... that I don't understand?

Mary: You were going to say doing something stupid, weren't you?

Eric: Yes I was.

Mary: Well what is so stupid about it? Jack's a great guy! Don't ask me to choose between my family and Jack!!!

Eric: You can't be serious. You'd consider leaving your family in order to be with this cradle-robbing low-life sky jockey whose got a daughter your age?

Mary: I really have to go now. Would you please get out of my car?

Eric: I'm sorry. I... I know I shouldn't have called him names but...

Mary: And it's not him, okay? It's Jack. And if you're going to call people names, you should get better at it. Look, I really have to go because there is just... there's no point in talking about this any longer.

Eric: No point? Yeah, there's a point. No there... the point is that everyone in this family thinks that... that you should stop going out with a man who's old enough to be your father. It's... it's... it's not a healthy relationship and... and you're just doing it to get to Ben! But instead you're getting to me and to your mother and to everyone else who cares about you. We all think it's...

Mary: Stupid?!! Would... would you please get out my car?

Eric: Fine. Just go ahead and do whatever you think is... I hope that every time you even think of kissing him you think about kissing your father!!!! And for anyone who's listening, that came out completely wrong!!!

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: What would you like for breakfast today?

Sam: Cookies.

David: Ice cream.

Annie: How about oatmeal?

Sam/David: No.

Annie: Oatmeal with brown sugar and raisins?

Sam/David: No, thank you.

Annie: Oatmeal really does make you very big, strong, and healthy.

Eric: The trash... I forgot to put the trash cans out last night.

Annie: Oh, so you just put them out?

Eric: Yes.

Annie: Well today's not trash day.

Eric: Um, one of the neighbors mentioned that, so I brought them back in.

Annie: So you put them out and then you brought them back in?

Eric: Yeah.

Annie: Oh I didn't hear anything.

Eric: Well I'm very quiet.

Annie: And you found a way to keep the trash cans quiet too?

Eric: I have a very busy day ahead of me with hospital visits and counseling sessions. So, I better get going.

Annie: Who's in the hospital?

Eric: Um... the hospitalized.

Annie: And that would be?

Eric: It's a big church, and a lot of people have surgeries, procedures, things.

Annie: You weren't trying to catch up with Mary again, were you? And the plan we agreed upon was...?

Eric: It was no plan at all. It was do nothing, say nothing, just pretend we don't care.

Annie: Oh not pretend we don't care, pretend that we trust Mary's decisions about men. That's entirely different!

Eric: She's dating a man old enough to be her father!

Annie: If we don't want her to marry a man old enough to be her father, we must say nothing. Oh, Eric... you talked to her.

Eric: I had to.

Sam: He had to.

David: He had to say something.

Annie: How'd it go?

Eric: Pretty well, not that bad, I may have even gotten through to her.

Annie: I hate to say this... but you're a really bad liar.

Eric: So is everyone else in this family.

Camden's House - Simon's Room

Simon: What?

Ruthie: New shirt?

Simon: Yeah, it's a new shirt.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Ruthie: You seem to be spending some money lately.

Simon: A little.

Ruthie: On clothes.

Simon: Yeah.

Ruthie: Because?

Simon: 'Cause I want to look nice.

Ruthie: You can't fool me.

Simon: What's that supposed to mean?

Ruthie: You've got money. Not just birthday money, real money.

Simon: I've always had money. I'm the bank of Simon, remember?

Ruthie: Oh I remember. And I remember who much you hate to part with a buck. So something's going on.

Simon: There is nothing going on.

Ruthie: You've made up some lame excuse to be out of the house almost every night for a week. You've got cash. You've got new clothes. Women are unexplainably attracted to you. Oh, gee... let me see... could you be Spider-Man? If you need my help, let me know. 'Cause sooner or later I suspect you'll land headfirst on a brick wall.

Robbie: She's onto you.

Camden's House - Robbie's Room

Simon: She's not onto me.

Robbie: Yes she is, and she's right. You're going to run face first into a brick wall.

Simon: Calm down, will ya?

Robbie: How many women are you doing business with?

Simon: Mostly just one repeat customer.

Robbie: You mean Cecilia?

Simon: No I don't mean Cecilia. I mean someone else.

Robbie: So it's just Cecilia and this one someone else?

Simon: Yes. Except next weekend I have to go to a party with a cheerleader's whose parents made her break up with her boyfriend then I have a wedding reception to go to with one of the majorettes. That's about it.

Robbie: About?

Simon: Words getting around. It's a good business. I'm perfect for it. I'm polite, I can have a conversation with the parents, I'm a good dancer, a good bowler, a good date.

Robbie: Simon. You're not just a date, you're an escort. You're running an escort service. You can't do that!

Simon: Why not? It's not illegal.

Robbie: It's immoral!

Simon: No, it's not. It's practically a public service.

Robbie: How's that?

Simon: These women need me. It's less humiliating to pay me to go out with them then to go to stuff alone or ask a guy out and get turned down!

Robbie: Why can't you just go out with them 'cause they need you to go out with them?

Simon: 'Cause I really have no interest in these girls, therefore being with them is a job. Why shouldn't I get paid?

Robbie: Because you're like... you're like a... you're like one of those...

Simon: I'm not selling sex.

Robbie: You're one step away from it!

Camden's House - Hallway

Kevin: 'Morning Ruthie!

Simon: What did you hear?

Ruthie: Nothin, just "Morning, Ruthie".

Kevin: Does anyone ever think of checking to see if Ruthie's outside the door before they begin a conversation?

Ruthie: Fortunately not.

Kevin: I'd like a word with Robbie.

Robbie: I'm talking to Simon.

Simon: Why, are you still here?

Ruthie: You're my ride to school.

Kevin: I didn't get the day off, I'm just on a short break so I'll make this quick. I think you should move to the garage.

Robbie: With you?

Kevin: No, not with me. I'll take this room.

Ruthie: What is it about my old room? Is it the fact that I lived there so long by myself? Is it the Hello Kitty theme? What?

Robbie: I don't want to move to the garage.

Ruthie: He never wanted to move to the garage, and he's had plenty of chances.

Kevin: I want to be closer to Lucy.

Ruthie: And you'd like him to be away from Lucy.

Kevin: Would you kindly take her to school now? Or do I have to arrest the two of you for truancy?

Robbie: Actually I have a class too.

Kevin: We'll talk tonight.

Robbie: I'll look forward to it.

Glenoak Community Church - Church Office

Lou: Eric, were you out in the street in your pajamas this morning? And did... did you and Mary speed off down the street? And did you say something about kissing her?

Eric: Yes. Yes. And absolutely not exactly. I... I was in my pajamas and we did speed down the street. And why do you want to know?

Lou: I get calls. I have to answer these calls. While you and I may think it's really nobody's business what the minister of the church does in his own home with his family, the parishioners still want to know.

Eric: What do they want to know?

Lou: Today they want to know why the children are allowed to do things that reflect badly on the church?

Eric: My children? Wh... My children reflect badly? Matt is in medical school. And he's married. And in medical school. And I said married, didn't I?

Lou: I think everyone pretty much considers Matt to be a grown man who is married, out of your home and into medical school.

Eric: Oh, so you meant Mary? Mary's working. You know she's an airline attendant and she's doing quite well with that.

Lou: She has been seen around town with... an older gentleman.

Eric: No, he's not an older gentleman. He's an airline pilot. They both work for the airlines. Not the same airline of course.

Lou: Mary and her pilot have been seen around town, together, a lot, and they seem quite close.

Eric: Well maybe when they go around town, she has to hold onto him to help him walk. And that might be misinterpreted, as they're being quite close. When in fact she's just helping an old man across the street. What?

Lou: I feel for your children. Really I do. It's difficult being in the spotlight all the time because of your job here. But they are in the spotlight.

Eric: It is difficult, for them... and for me.

Lou: Uh is Lucy living in the garage apartment with her fiancé'?

Eric: Kevin is living in the garage apartment alone, not with Lucy, and they're not engaged.

Lou: Well it's just that the garage is still considered to be part of the parsonage and some of the parishioners might object if there was... cohabitation on church property.

Eric: Lucy and Kevin are not living together. And don't forget, that Annie and I paid to have the garage apartment built and we can use it anyway we please.

Lou: Point taken. Point taken. How's Simon?

Eric: What's wrong with Simon?

Lou: Nothing I'm know of.

Eric: And Ruthie?

Lou: She has a new friend?

Eric: That's right. A friend. Not a boyfriend.

Lou: Well I was referring to the chimpanzee she's adopted.

Eric: She didn't adopt a chimpanzee. Eisenhower lives across the street and she was just chimp sitting. And that was just for one day until the chimp got a girlfriend.

Lou: Eisenhower.

Eric: And what about the twins? David and Sam reflecting badly on the church?

Lou: No, of course not.

Eric: Annie and me?

Lou: Oh no, no. Everybody loves Annie.

Eric: And me?

Lou: Eric, you were outside in your pajamas.

Eric: Yeah.

Lou: You and Mary sped off down the street in her car, together. She kicked you out of the car. You yelled something crazy at her. And this was at six in the morning. Now where other people may be worried about your children, quite frankly I'm a little concerned about you. Are you okay?

Eric: I really have to run. I just stopped by to pick up an address I left on my desk. I have someone to visit.

Lou: Of course, I'm so sorry to bother you with gossip when you have important things to do. It's just that like I said, I am the one who gets these calls.

Eric: Did you say you hadn't heard anything about Simon?

Lou: That's what I said.

Eric: Yeah...

High School - Hallway

Cecilia: So, maybe we can go out again.

Simon: I'm kinda booked.

Cecilia: Yeah, I heard. You went out with Claire Cleavage every night this week?

Simon: I'm not going out with her for her cleavage and it's not very nice of you to call her that. We just went to the library, it was more a bus service than a dating service.

Cecilia: So she paid you to take her out every night and you went out?

Simon: Yes, why?

Cecilia: I don't know. She has kind of a bad reputation.

Simon: I don't care about that. She's just like any other customer. She had money, she needed me to go out with her for some reason. Wait, wait, wait, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Did your boyfriend go out with Claire? Is that what this is all about?

Cecilia: Even he wouldn't go out with Claire. And besides, I broke up with him.

Simon: Well I'm sorry to hear that, but I don't give refunds if that's what you're looking for.

Cecilia: I wasn't looking for a refund. I just wanted to go out again.

Simon: Well I'm pretty booked up for the next ten days. But I might be able to work you in not next weekend, but the weekend after.

Cecilia: I wasn't offering to pay you to take me out. I'm not interested in your dating service. I was just suggesting that we go out together some time, on a real date. Had a really nice time with you until my boyfriend showed up.

Simon: I'm not sure if it would be ethical to actually date someone I've done business with. It's just that I got to keep my business life separate from my personal life. It would feel kind of funny dating someone who's paid me to go out before. It just doesn't... seem right.

Cecilia: You want to know what doesn't seem right? You don't seem right. You really should drop this whole dating service before you get into real trouble. And stay away from Claire.

Apartment Complex

Eric: Excuse me.

Captain Smith: Reverend Camden?

Eric: Captain Smith?

Captain Smith: May I assume this is about Mary?

Eric: Yes, you may.

Captain Smith: I can't say I wasn't expecting you.

Camden's House - Robbie's Room

Kevin: Why would you rather be in the house than the garage apartment?

Robbie: It has nothing to do with Lucy. I like being in the house with the family. It makes me feel like part of the family, and I like that.

Kevin: But you're not part of the family, and if you really wanted to be part of the family you wouldn't have dated what would be your sister Lucy. Just move into the garage apartment.

Robbie: No.

Simon: Hey, I'll take that garage apartment and then you can have my bedroom and you'll be in between Robbie and Lucy.

Robbie: I don't think that's a good idea.

Kevin: I think we should ask Mom.

Robbie: She's not your mom.

Kevin: When Lucy and I get married, she will be my mom.

Robbie: She'll be your mom-in-law.

Kevin: Mom.

Simon: Mom, mom-in-law, whatever you go with is fine by me. Can I have the garage apartment if I get mom and dad's approval?

Kevin: Yes.

Robbie: That kid does not need to have his own apartment right now. Believe me. You... you think you know everything. But I know Simon better than you know Simon.

Kevin: I don't think you give a rat's ricky if Simon has his own apartment. I think you still have feeling for Lucy.

Robbie: Do you want to know the truth? I never had feelings for Lucy. At least not the feelings you're accusing me of. I was never in love with her. I was in love with Mary.

Kevin: Mary?

Robbie: You do know I dated Mary for years, right? We almost had... we almost move in with... we were thinking about getting married at one time.

Kevin: You're lying.

Robbie: No, I'm not. You didn't know I dated Mary? I met Mary when we were both doing community service. Uh we were both crazy about each other, but I blew it. And then Mary moved to Buffalo and then my family split up and I found myself homeless. And even though the Camden's never liked me, I ended up here. So this is where I'm gonna stay. In this room, in this house.

Kevin: How do you feel about Mary now?

Robbie: I don't know, maybe I'm on the rebound, but...

Kevin: But?

Robie: But what's the point?

Kevin: I think the point is you still have feelings for her. So maybe you ought to do something about those feelings.

Robbie: Like what?

Kevin: Like tell her how you feel about her.

Robbie: I thought you called your brother to tell him to move here so he and Mary could get back together?

Kevin: Yeah, but I knew he wouldn't take my advice. You should do it. Talk to her. Let her know how you feel about her. Maybe it's not too late.

Robbie: And maybe it is. and maybe you know that. You're just saying all this to make sure I never go around Lucy again.

Kevin: What if I am? The end result is the same. You end up with Mary.

Robbie: Aren't you forgetting something? Aren't you forgetting about Mary's new boyfriend?

Kevin: Well all know Mary's not in love with the pilot. So are you in love with her or not?

Robbie: I can't even say it out loud.

Kevin: The only person who needs to hear it is Mary. Say it to her. Out load, as soon as possible.

Robbie: There's more?

Kevin: The other night, when I was talking to Mary about dumping this pilot...

Robbie: You know Mom said none of us should do that.

Kevin: I know, but I did and... my guess is so did everyone else. Anyway, I told Mary that her pilot hit on Roxanne at the pool hall last week. And she said to me, she said, "Oh yeah, well did you know Lucy and Robbie had a little sleep over in his room last year?" Is that true? Did Lucy ever spend the night in this room with you?

Robbie: Is that what trading my room for your apartment is about?

Kevin: I take that as a "yes".

Camden's House - Kitchen

Simon: Why not? I'm sixteen. Lots of sixteen-year-olds have their own apartments.

Annie: In what world? In what world do lots of sixteen-year-olds have their own apartments, Simon?

Sam: In what world?

Simon: Allright, that maybe slightly inaccurate but that doesn't mean I shouldn't have my own apartment.

Annie: No, but there are so many other reasons.

Simon: Like what?

Annie: Well for one, I'm perfectly fine with the arrangement that we currently have.

Simon: But Kevin isn't.

Annie: I find that hard to believe.

Simon: It's true.

Annie: Well I'm not saying it's not true, I'm just saying I have a hard time believing that Kevin would want to give up his privacy and live in the house with everyone.

Simon: But if he does want to, couldn't you at least just consider letting me have the garage apartment?

Ruthie: Why would you need your own apartment?

Annie: He doesn't.

Simon: You won't even consider it?

Annie: I considered it Simon. I've listened to what you have to say. And I really don't think it's a good idea.

Simon: When's Dad going to be home?

Annie: Well I have a feeling it'll be late, and I have a bad feeling as to why he'll be late. But whatever the time is, the answer is still no. You're sixteen, you're not moving into the garage apartment.

Simon: You let Mary date a pilot as old as dad and I can't even have my own apartment?

Annie: That's really lame Simon.

Ruthie: So where was I? Oh yeah... why would you need an apartment of your own? And question two, do you need it as an office for whatever business you're running? And question three, can a guy under age eighteen get arrested for soliciting?

Simon: You don't even know what that means.

Ruthie: Yes I do. I asked Kevin what it's called when one person pays money to go out with them, and he said soliciting. Women are actually paying you money to go out with them? That's where you are every night?

Simon: How do you know that?

Ruthie: Deductive reasoning.

Simon: It's nothing bad, it's just that when a woman at my school needs a date because she's broken up with her boyfriend or she wants to make her boyfriend jealous, or she has a special function, like a wedding to go to and she doesn't want to go by herself, then... then I just help her out.

Ruthie: For money?

Simon: Well yeah.

Ruthie: It doesn't matter how nice you try and make it sound, it's still wrong. And I think you better stop doing that. And I think if you don't something bad is going to happen to you.

Kevin: I think that's some pretty good advice. Let me handle this, will ya? And remember, no one likes a stool pigeon.

Ruthie: You're amazing. You have no fear of me, whatsoever. I admire that. Sort of.

Kevin: Upstairs. All the way upstairs. And if I ever catch you listening in on one of my conversations, I'm not going to let you off with just a warning.

Ruthie: Is that a threat? Man, give the guy a uniform and a gun, they think they rule the world.

Simon: I'm not doing anything illegal, really.

Kevin: No excuses Simon. You know whatever you're doing isn't right, so stop.

Simon: I don't have to do what you tell me.

Kevin: You don't have to do what I tell you or what Robbie tells you or what Ruthie tells you or even what your parents tell you. But you should consider that sometimes when people who love you tell you to stop doing something, they're telling you for your own good.

Simon: You going to tell my parents?

Kevin: I don't like presenting a case when I don't have all the facts. And in this case, I don't want all the facts. Besides, like I said before, no one likes a stool pigeon.

Lucy: Robbie said that you said that Mary told you that Robbie and I slept together?

Kevin: Bye. So are you angry with me because I said something to Robbie, or are you angry at Mary because she said something to me?

Lucy: I don't know why she said something to you, and I don't know why you said something to Robbie, especially without saying something to me first. And I'm still angry about your new partner. Is she still around?

Kevin: Yes, and I'm sorry. Is there a rule that I have to discuss everything with you that I'm going to discuss with Robbie? Because I didn't know that was a rule and... now that I do, I'm not agreeing to it.

Lucy: You don't have to agree to it, 'cause it's still a rule.

Kevin: Let's see how that works out.

Lucy: Let's see how what works out?

Kevin: This.

Lucy: Wait... you can't... you can't...

Kevin: I can't what?

Lucy: You can't just do that every time I try to talk to you about something serious.

Kevin: Why not?

Lucy: Because.

Kevin: Because why?

Lucy: Because it's a rule. And I don't care if you agree to it or not.

Lucy: And change partners!

Kevin: Man, I love that woman.

Camden's House - Back Porch

Cecilia: Hi Reverend Camden. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to use the back door or the front door.

Eric: I'm... I'm having the same problem. I was... I was... at the front then I... came around here to the back.

Cecilia: Is Simon home?

Eric: I think they're all home. Except Mary of course.

Cecilia: That's something huh? Her dating an old guy like you?

Eric: Yeah, that's something. It's kind of late to be calling on Simon. Everything okay?

Cecilia: Not really. Did you ever do something you know you shouldn't and everyone told you not to, but you just did it anyway?

Eric: Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I have done that. I just did that today. What did you do?

Cecilia: I probably shouldn't say anything to you. I should just talk to Simon. Then again, I already tried talking to Simon. I have a feeling that didn't do any good.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Eric: Simonnnn!!!!! Kitchen! Now!

Annie: What is going on?

Simon: I think I'm wanted in the kitchen.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven... eight, nine. Did you take money from Cecilia to take her our last weekend?

Simon: She offered to pay me.

Kevin: I don't think I should be here.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Kevin: Cecilia ratted out Simon.

Robbie: The question is, did she rat him out about their date or about all those other dates?

Lucy: I'm sorry, what are we talking about?

Robbie: Didn't you know?

Lucy: How would I know? I never know anything. I'm always left out of everything. It's been that way all my life.

Kevin: Simon has a dating service. Girls pay him to take them out.

Lucy: Since when?

Robbie: It started with Cecilia and then business just seemed to take off.

Lucy: Why didn't anyone tell me?

Ruthie: 'Cause no one likes a stool pigeon, at least that's what Kevin says.

Lucy: So you actually told them not to tell me?

Kevin: Okay Ruthie, it's you and me. I never actually thought I'd say this, but why don't the two of you go up to the attic together, alone, while I have a little chat with Ruthie.

Lucy: I'll talk to her.

Kevin: I'll talk to her.

Ruthie: Maybe Robbie should talk to me.

Robbie: Sorry, this is between you and Kevin.

Kevin: Why do you make it seem as if you did what I told you to do, when in fact you did exactly what I told you not to do?

Ruthie: I did what you told me. I didn't say anything about Simon, not to anyone. I speak the truth.

Kevin: No, you speak the half-truth. When I said no one likes a stool pigeon, you know that I meant in general, and then you ratted me out with your sister just to get me in trouble. Don't you think I have enough problems with Lucy without your help?

Ruthie: What kind of problems?

Kevin: Apologize to me first.

Ruthie: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have made you look bad, especially in front of my sister Lucy. Is it sex? Your problem with Lucy.

Kevin: No, it is not sex. And I don't think it's cute for you to ask me that because it's completely inappropriate.

Ruthie: Yeah, I'm in some sort of weird transitional phase that's throwing me off.

Kevin: It's called growing up.

Ruthie: You think I'm growing up?

Kevin: I think you have to. But thanks for the apology. The problem is is that I'm madly in love with your sister.

Ruthie: I apologized for that?

Kevin: That's the problem. I'm serious.

Ruthie: You are, aren't you?

Camden's House - Kitchen

Simon: I'm sorry, I didn't think it was so bad. But I do now. I do. So I'm going to apologize to Cecilia, and then I'm going to give her her money back, and then... then I'm going to apologize to the others and I'm going to give them their money back.

Eric: The others?

Simon: Cecilia didn't mention that...?

Camden's House - Attic Room

Lucy: So, is there anything else I don't know that I should know?

Robbie: I don't know if it would be of any interest to you, but I was telling Kevin earlier that I'm still in love with Mary.

Lucy: What?

Robbie: I know it sounds crazy, but I was thinking about telling Mary.

Lucy: What?

Robbie: You can't tell me she's in love with that pilot.

Lucy: I can tell you that she's in love with Ben, and the only reason she's going out with that pilot is because she wants to do something dramatically equivalent of Ben's old girlfriend moving back from London to Buffalo to try to get him back.

Robbie: Na, Mary's not in love with Ben.

Lucy: Why else do you think she's dating this Jack guy?

Robbie: Because she's not in love with Ben. So now seems like a good time to make my move, you know.

Lucy: It's not a good time, take my word for it. It's not. The timing is all wrong. Yours and Mary's timing has always been wrong.

Robbie: Yeah, but...

Lucy: But don't. Just don't. I'm going to go check on Kevin and Ruthie.

Mary: Hey, it's Mary. And if you don't have any advice for me leave a message and I'll return your call.

Robbie: Hey Mary, this is uh Robbie. Um I was thinking maybe we should talk, and... and not about this pilot you've been seeing. We should talk about... us. And remember when you kept trying to get me back last year?

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: So everyone in the family knew, except Lucy, and everyone told you to stop but you just kept on making dates? You thought Cecilia and Robbie and Kevin and Ruthie were all giving you bad advice? I... you don't think enough of any one of them to even consider that they might be trying to help you avoid doing something that would get you in trouble?

Simon: I'm not the only one who is like that, you know. I'm not the only one who doesn't listen. Everyone's guilty of that at some time or other.

Eric: I know but you're the one I'm talking with at the moment.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Lucy: That was terrible advice. How could you do that?

Kevin: Because I think Robbie really does have a shot. Ben's tired of trying to convince Mary that he doesn't want to go back with his old girlfriend. And he's really put off by the fact that Mary's dating this old guy. I offered to pay for him to come out here last week and confront her, but he wouldn't do it. It's late, I'll get it.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: I forgot I left Cecilia on the back porch. Maybe she went around to the front. Still on the back porch. Someone else is at the front. You... you talk to Cecilia and the three of us will talk later, and then again tomorrow, and the next day, and the day after that.

Camden's House - Foyer

Kevin: What are you doing here?

Ben: You told me to come here.

Kevin: But you never listen to me.

Annie: Ben! It's so good to see you. You have no idea how much we miss you. Come on in.

Ben: Is uh Mary home?

Annie: Well she's flying today, but she will be home later, I hope.

Eric: I uh... I... I don't think she's coming home.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Ben: Um but I told the chief I wanted to transfer.

Kevin: That's okay. He met Mary when she went through training. He'll understand

Ben: I shipped all my things.

Kevin: Ground or two-day?

Ben: What difference does that make, ground or two-day?

Kevin: Which is it?

Ben: It's ground, there's a lot of stuff. I thought I was going to move here.

Kevin: So your stuff will be here in a week and then if nothing's change, maybe we'll put your things in my car and drive back to Buffalo.

Ben: You're going to drive me all the way back to Buffalo and then drive back here?

Kevin: To tell you the truth, I don't know what I'm doing here either. I'm madly in love with Lucy and she's not madly in love with me. Maybe I never should have moved here either. Then again if I hadn't I'd have regretted it and I don't want any regrets. I really thought she was ready for a serious relationship.

Ben: You want some advice?

Kevin: Yeah, but try to tell me only what I want to hear.

Ben: Don't give up so easily. It maybe too late for me, but... Lucy's right upstairs.

Camden's House - Attic Room

Lucy: Are you sure you don't want to go down to the kitchen and overhear something that might be of vital importance to me?

Ruthie: I'm never going to intentionally listen in on one of Kevin's conversations.

Lucy: Never?

Ruthie: I was warned. Never again. And he's a pretty serious dude. But I like that. And I like that he takes me seriously. He treats me like a grown up.

Lucy: I wish he'd treat me like a grown up.

Ruthie: Well that may require your acting like a grown up. I know you're dying to know, so I'll just tell you. That's what Kevin was talking to me about. About growing up. Becoming an honest person who's responsible for my actions as well as my choice of words. He said that while it's always fun to be a kid, it's also fun to be a grown up.

Lucy: What else did he say?

Ruthie: He said that one of the ways we know when we're grown up, is when we show other people consideration.

Kevin: Ben is dying for you to come down to the kitchen and say hello to him.

Ruthie: I think that would be the considerate thing to do.

Kevin: I want to talk to you about all these rules you mentioned earlier. I'm sorry for just laughing you off.

Lucy: I think you kissed me off.

Kevin: Either way, I apologize. I really want this relationship to work out.

Lucy: I do too. And that's why I've been so crazy or... one of the reasons.

Kevin: And the other being, you are crazy?

Lucy: I've already been engaged once. And the whole thing turned into a big mess and... I felt humiliated when it didn't work out. And I don't want to feel humiliated ever again. We said we were going to take this slowly and I know I begged you to move here, but once you did I realized... now people expect us to get married and... I just don't know if...

Kevin: Then I'll wait till you do know. And if it turns out that for whatever reason I'm not the right guy for you Lucy, I know that neither of us would ever put the other in the situation to be humiliated.

Lucy: Well it would be humiliating if you fell in love with your new partner Roxanne. It would be very humiliating.

Kevin: First of all, she's not even my type. Secondly, I'd never date a cop. And thirdly, I don't want any woman other than you. I love you.

Lucy: I love you too.

Kevin: I'd kiss you off again, but you're all snotty now.

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Annie: When did she get transferred to Fort Lauderdale?

Eric: Just this week. She says they had an opening and... Fort Lauderdale is nowhere near us or any other family members or Ben or his girlfriend. And uh... as Jack explained it, they thought it would be better for them, the two of them. He's based in Fort Lauderdale. He keeps an apartment here 'cause his dad lives here.

Annie: I asked you not to say anything to her. I asked everybody not to say anything to her. Because I was the first person to say something to her. And I knew if she wouldn't listen to her own mother she wouldn't listen to any of the rest of you.

Eric: I feel so much better.

Annie: Why?

Eric: 'Cause now we're all in this together. It's no one's fault. It's not your fault. It's not my fault. It's no one's fault but Mary's.

Annie: And Jack's.

Eric: Couldn't you just let me feel better?

Annie: I just thought she was going to marry Ben.

Eric: You just hoped. I hoped. We all hoped.

Annie: I say we keep hoping.

Eric: And praying.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Ruthie: So, did you bring me anything from New York?

Ben: Don't I always bring you something when I come here?

Ruthie: You really don't have to.

Ben: I think you've made it clear in the past that I do.

Ruthie: Perfume?

Ben: I heard you're interested in some guy. Guys like perfume, take my word for it.

Ruthie: You airported me. You forgot the gift, so you picked this up at the airport.

Ben: Yeah, I did, but still, it's nice perfume.

Ruthie: And I am interested in a boy. Not enough to pay him to see me, but I am interested.

Ben: So, should we talk about your boyfriend first or this mess Simon got into?

Ruthie: Simon's a lot more interesting, believe me.

Camden's House - Back Porch

Simon: Now that I've apologized and given you your money back, you want to know how I really feel? 'Cause I'm going to tell you. I'm angry. I don't think you understand the consequences of your own actions. I'm probably never going to have car privileges again, which means I'll probably never be able to take you or anyone else out again. So while I'm sure you meant well by telling my dad what was going on, now there's no chance of the two of us ever getting together if that's what you wanted. So I don't really care how you justify it. You didn't have to tell my dad. You could have made me listen to you if you would have just kept trying.

Cecilia: Yeah, maybe if I would have paid you to listen. Well here's five bucks Simon. The word out on the street is that one of your dates is pregnant. And I think she's only been paying you to take her out, so that when her parents find out they'll think the baby is yours. Now who doesn't understand the consequences of his actions ? 

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