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#811 : Le choix des mots

Matt revient à la maison pour dire à Eric et Annie que Sarah l'a quitté et qu'il arrête l'école de médecine. Le Rabbin Glass donne des conseils maritaux à Matt. Kevin doit décider s'il va dire à Lucy, qui est très jalouse, que son ex-femme est en ville et qu'ils sont invités à diner avec elle. La tante de Martin demande à le voir pour lui parler du fait qu'elle déménage à New-York et qu'elle voudrait qu'il vienne avec elle. Chandler demande à Peter si ça le dérangerait qu'il épouse sa mère un jour. Peter pense que quelque chose cloche quand sa mère doit partir hors de la ville pour un voyage d'affaire. Ruthie cache quelque chose à sa mère. 


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When bad conversations happen to good people

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Le choix des mots

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Sam et david  joué par Lorenzo et Nikolas Brino

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Matt (Barry Watson) et Richard Glass (Richard Lewis)

Matt (Barry Watson) et Richard Glass (Richard Lewis)

Matt (Barry Watson) et Eric (Stephen Collins

Matt (Barry Watson) et Eric (Stephen Collins

Matt Camden (Barry Watson) & Eric Camden (Stephen Collins)

Matt Camden (Barry Watson) & Eric Camden (Stephen Collins)

Matt (Barry Waston) & Richard Glass (Richard Lewis)

Matt (Barry Waston) & Richard Glass (Richard Lewis)

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Écrit par : Brenda Hampton 
Réalisé par : Harry Harris 

Avec : Richard Lewis (Rabbin Richard Glass), Christopher Michael (Detective Michaels) 

Guests :

  • Mindy Burbano ..... Mindy Kinkirk
  • James Martinez ..... Policier
  • Keri Lynn Pratt ..... Tante de Martin

Camden's House - Matt's Old Room

Rabbi Glass: Everybody thinks they're a genius when it comes to pizza.

Matt: What?! What's going on?!

Rabbi Glass: Hey, everyone thinks their pizza tastes better than everyone else's. And it can turn ugly. Especially with those people who are very deeply religious, you know when they think their truth is the only way. You know I think the first Crusades were fought over deep dish versus calzone.

Matt: What are you doing here, Rabbi? And how...?

Rabbi Glass: Well, your, your back door was unlocked. You should lock all, all your doors. What do you want some creepy crawler to slither up your stairs one night, wind up in your bedroom? Listen, I know what happened between you and Sarah.

Matt: Yeah so, it wasn't a bad dream.

Rabbi Glass: Now that's interesting. Pizza is is very much like life, it's, it's circular you know, you know, where you end, we begin and pizza you know has many, many varieties. You know just like life has its choices. But pizza can get delivered and life you have to go out and get what you want. You know what I'm saying.

Matt: No.

Rabbi Glass: Aw,... that's unfortunate. I thought I really was coming up with a pretty great metaphor the last second. What I'm trying to say is if you want Sarah back, you have to go get her.

Matt: What did she tell you?

Rabbi Glass: Not much. She just said to me and Rosina that it was over and they relatively begged me not to get involved.

Matt: So... why are you here?

Rabbi Glass: Because I'm a lair. No, no, I'm not getting involved. We're just talking.

Matt: Did you tell my folks?

Rabbi Glass: No that's, that's your business. That's up to you. You know by the way, you know after we, after we talk, there might not be nothing to tell them anyway. Listen, why don't you put some clothes on, I'll buy you some breakfast.

Matt: Listen Rabbi, don't take this the wrong way... but

Rabbi Glass: I'm just talking coffee. And the truth is you know what happens between a man and a woman is nobody else's business. So if you don't talk to me fine. And if you do, that's okay too. Okay?

Matt: Okay.

Rabbi Glass: Okay great. Come on... throw on some pants. Let's get some coffee and then you'll tell me all about it.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Ok. Oh...

Ruthie: Thanks a lot. Am I the only one who has to be somewhere today?

Sam: We don't have to be anywhere.

Ruthie: Have you had breakfast?

David: Yes. We have our own food now.

Sam: We can make our own breakfast.

David: We could even make you breakfast.

Ruthie: I'll pass.

Ruthie: Maybe you could sneak into Matt's room and wake him up and ask him if he wants some breakfast.

Sam: Good idea.

Camden's House - Matt's Old Room

David: There's no Matt.

Ruthie: Maybe he's in the bathroom.

Camden's House - Stairway

Annie: Where are you guys going in such a hurry?

Sam: We're going to the bathroom.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Hey, do you have time for me to make breakfast for you? I've got some pancake batter, making pancakes for Matt.

Ruthie: No thanks. I'm gonna get to school early so I can go the library.

Annie: Everything okay?

Ruthie: Yeah, everything's fine.

Annie: Well, have a good day.

Ruthie: I will.

David: Matt's not in the bathroom.

Annie: Well, he's probably sleeping.

Sam: No, he's not sleeping.

David: He's not here.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: Wait, I, I can help.

Kevin: That's okay, I'll clean up. You have to get to class, and I still have time.

Lucy: But you've been cleaning up every morning. It's not fair.

Kevin: I don't mind. I'd do anything for you.

Lucy: That's so sweet.

Kevin: Do you need help taking your things to the car?

Lucy: No, it's just my book bag, but thanks.

Kevin: I'll stop by the market on my way home if you need anything.

Lucy: Toothpaste, but I can stop by the market.

Kevin: It's okay. I don't mind. Have a nice day. Did you forget something?

Lucy: I forgot to tell you something. Thanks for always looking out for me. You're a great husband, and I love being married to you.

Glenoak Community Church - Church Office

Peter: I was just in the neighborhood, I thought I'd drop by. I figured you'd be getting lonely without my mother around.

Chandler: She just left this morning.

Peter: Yeah, but that was hours ago.

Chandler: She'll be back tomorrow.

Peter: I sure hope so.

Chandler: It's a business trip; it's just a one-day business trip. Is there any reason to believe she won't be back tomorrow?

Peter: No.

Chandler: Is there something you want to tell me?

Peter: No. Is there something you want to tell me?

Chandler: No.

Peter: Okay, the truth is, I don't think she's going on a business trip. I thought maybe she was sneaking away to see you, so I was gonna drop by to see if you were here. And if you weren't here, I was going to assume that the two of you were sneaking away together which would be fine with me.

Chandler: I don't think the three of us have the kind of relationship where your mother and I need to lie to you. And I don't think your mother would lie to me, or you. Do you?

Peter: No, not unless she had to.

Chandler: Why would she have to?

Peter: I don't know. All I know is that sometimes parents lie to their kids, and I just got a feeling in my gut that she's lying.

Chandler: I'll drive you to school.

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Eric (phone): I'll see you then.

Annie: Do you know that Matt's not even here? He must have gotten up and left before we even had a chance to see him.

Eric: Well, it's the first time he's been home in a while. He probably wanted to get out, and see the old neighborhood. He'll be home.

Annie: He looked so tired last night; I thought he'd sleep until noon.

Eric: Our son's a doctor. He can go without sleep.

Annie: He's not a doctor yet. Gee, I, I hope everything is okay with school.

Eric: I'm sure it's fine. Hey, guess who that was on the phone.

Annie: You don't really think I'm going to guess, do you?

Eric: It was, it was Martin's aunt. She's gonna come over to the church this afternoon to meet me.

Annie: Well, it's about time we met her. Why can't she just walk across the street and knock on the door?

Eric: I don't know.


Rabbi Glass: Hey, you should really eat something here.

Matt: I'm not hungry.

Rabbi Glass: Hey come on, have a little bit of my muffin. I, I left a lot of it here. Look at this whole area here. Look at this, it's it's like new, it's like brand new. Ah, ah, look at look at all the boysenberries that are left. Come on, have a bite.

Matt: No thanks.

Rabbi Glass: Well you're the doctor. If anyone should know, I mean it would be you. You know, what low-blood sugar could can do to affect the moods, I mean, if you had a little bit of muffin maybe...

Matt: You mean, maybe if I had a piece of muffin, it would fix my marriage! Rabbi, with all due respect, this is a bad idea. It's my marriage, if I can't fix it, no one can. I think Sarah and Rosina were right. You shouldn't get involved.

Rabbi Glass: Do, do, me a... please for a sec. Maybe you're right maybe I shouldn't get involved but I am. 'Cause my daughter is hurting, I'm involved. I'm involved with my heart, my soul and my body. I'll tell you something else, Matt whether I'm right or wrong, whether I'm, you know, overstepping some parental limits or something, or whether from your perspective maybe I'm acting a little crazy, I don't care. 'Cause one day you're going to have children, okay, and I pray it's with my daughter and maybe you'll understand.

Matt: I swear, I've, I've done everything I can think of to make her happy.

Rabbi Glass: I'm sure you have, man. I mean everybody goes through this in marriages. Everybody okay, I mean it's no big deal, it's nobody's fault. It can be fixed.

Matt: I wish that were true.

Rabbi Glass: Listen, I'm going to tell you something, that, that I've told few people, I never even told this to Sarah. When I first got married to Rosina, we had a big fight, a big fight, and I walked, it was horrible, and I'm walking in the cold, and I'm thinking to myself, is it over? Should I end the marriage, or stay married, and I'm walking, I'm walking, I'm thinking the same stuff over and over again. Should I stay, should I leave, is it over, and I'm walking and I'm walking. Let me tell you something, those were the worst four minutes of my life.

Police Station

Kevin: Thanks.

Roxanne: Your ex-wife?

Kevin: I have an ex-wife. Lucy knows about her. I'm surprised she didn't tell you.

Roxanne: Of course, Lucy told me. But she didn't tell me she's in town hoping to hear back from you about dinner.

Kevin: That's dinner with Lucy and me. I just haven't gotten up the nerve to ask Lucy if she would like to meet her.

Roxanne: I doubt Lucy is going to wanna meet your ex. And what I doubt even more is that you are going to ask Lucy to meet your ex. As a matter of fact, I doubt you're even going to tell Lucy your ex called.

Kevin: No, I'm definitely going to tell her.

Roxanne: No, definitely not.

Kevin: Yes, I will.

Roxanne: My money says you don't.

Detective Michaels: What are you guys betting on?

Roxanne: Kevin's ex-wife is in town and I don't think Kevin going to tell Lucy anything about it.

Detective Michaels: No need to. Just say no to your ex-wife and leave it at that.


Mindy: Hello?

Police Station

Kevin: Hi, it's Kevin.


Mindy: Kevin! I'm so excited about meeting Lucy tonight. What time are you guys picking me up?

Kevin: Uh, here's the thing. I'm working on a case, and I'm not sure I'm going to be able to get off work to go to dinner.

Mindy: Hmm, I'm disappointed, but I'd still like to meet Lucy. Maybe just the two of us could go. Should I call her?

Kevin: I didn't get a chance to talk to her yet. I've been so busy, and Lucy has classes this morning, so she won't be home for hours, but I'll call her, and then I'll call you back.

Mindy: Great.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Boys, is there anything you want to tell me?

Sam: No.

Annie: Are you sure?

David: We're sure.


Cecilia: How is your aunt acting funny and be specific.

Martin: She asked for Reverend Camden's telephone number this morning. She wants his help with something.

Cecilia: What would she want his help with?

Martin: I don't know.

Cecilia: Why didn't you ask her?

Martin: Because if she wanted to tell me, she would have.

Cecilia: I hope it's nothing bad.

Martin: If by bad, you mean that something might have happened to my dad, I got an e-mail from him this morning. He's fine. On the other hand, he might have volunteered for another tour.

Cecilia: But he would tell you, right?

Martin: Right.

Cecilia: So whatever your aunt's talking to Reverend Camden about is probably something personal.

Glenoak Community Church - Church Office

Betsy: Watch again. They're for good luck. What do you think?

Eric: I do feel lucky. Mean being married to Annie and everything, ah, we're about to be grandparents, you know.

Betsy: I put everything on them. Cats. Dogs. Wedding bells. Those things you move on a monopoly board. I've sold thousands of them. Now I'm thinking about moving on to underwear. That's what I wanted to talk to you about.

Eric: Well, I couldn't really offer you much advice on that.

Betsy: You're so funny.

Eric: Where do you sell... your creations?

Betsy: In department stores across the country. Oh, but I could give you a sample.

Eric: Well thanks, but I really wouldn't wear them.

Betsy: Oh, I was thinking about the little one. What's her name? Ruthie?

Eric: Oh, of course. You, you know Ruthie.

Betsy: I do. Sort of. I haven't met her, but I've heard a lot about her. Those are in honor of my brother. All the money from the sale of those goes to a Veteran's charity.

Eric: Your brother is in the military.

Betsy: Didn't Martin tell you? His dad's in the Marines. In Iraq.

Eric: I'm sorry. I thought you were the woman who was dropping by with some fundraising ideas. You're Martin's aunt?

Betsy: Didn't I say that when I came in? Maybe I didn't. I'm all-nervous. I've got to tell Martin we have to move to New York. Actually, I don't want to tell him, I want you tell him.

Eric: Why me?

Betsy: Well, I'm good at socks, but not so good at communicating, especially with a kid. I have no experience.

Camden's House - Living Room

Lucy: What are you doing home so early?

Kevin: I'm not, Roxanne's in the car. I just came by to see you.

Lucy: That's so nice. Why doesn't Roxanne come in?

Kevin: No reason.

Lucy: So thanks, so you better get back to work.

Kevin: Yeah, I better. Look I think there's something I should tell you.

Lucy: Tell me anything.

Kevin: Here's the thing... I might have to work late tonight.

Lucy: Aw, I'm sorry. I think it's the only night that Matt is going to be here for dinner.

Kevin: Well, maybe I can get out of it. I'll try.

Lucy: You do whatever you have to do. I'll see you when you get home.

Kevin: My ex-wife is in town and she wants to have dinner. With us. The two of us. She wants to meet you.

Lucy: Did you just lie to me?

Kevin: No, she really wants to meet you.

Lucy: Not, not about dinner, about working late. Were you just going to have dinner on your own with your ex-wife and not even tell me about it?

Kevin: I was thinking about it, and then I thought it wouldn't be right.

Lucy: You were thinking about it. Wrong answer. Wrong, wrong, wrong answer. Wrong answer.

Kevin: So you don't want to go.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Martin: Is your dad home?

Lucy: No. But I can tell you this; he's not out with his ex-wife.

Martin: Does Reverend Camden have an ex-wife?

Cecilia: I don't think so.

Camden's House - Backyard

Ruthie/Peter: Hi.

Lucy: Hi.

Ruthie: Are you even listening to me?

Peter: I'm sorry. It's just that I got something on my mind.

Ruthie: Then you should tell me, because you've had something on your mind all day long. What is it?

Peter: I don't know exactly. I've just got a bad feeling that my mom isn't on a business trip. And if she is... I just hope she comes back, that's all.

Ruthie: But why wouldn't she come home?

Peter: My dad didn't.

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Annie: If you do something wrong, you should always tell me because sooner or later, I'm going to find out anyway.

David: I ate some soap.

Sam: Me too. It didn't taste good.

Annie: Anything else?

Sam: I gotta cookie under my pillow.

David: I already ate mine.

Annie: Why would you put a cookie under your pillow? Is it because there's no place in the kitchen to put your cookies?

Sam: No. it's for emergencies.

Ruthie: We're home. I'm going to put Peter's stuff in Simon's room.

Annie: Okay. How was your day?

Ruthie/Peter: Fine.

Peter: How was your day?

Annie: Ah, not that great.

Ruthie: Why? What happened?

Annie: It's nothing. I'll tell you about it later. I'm gonna ask you a question and I want you to answer me honestly, tell me the truth. Did you break the cookie jar and then hide it in your food cabinet in the kitchen?

Sam/David: No.

Annie: Are you sure?

David: We're sure.

Sam: We have on two underwears.

Annie: Why?

Sam: We forgot to take off last night's underwear...

David: And we put on new underwear this morning.

Annie: Okay. Well, tonight, put on a new, clean pair of underwear, just one.

Sam: But the top pair is all-clean.

Annie: Let's just put those in the dirty clothes hamper and uh, uh, start with new ones.

Sam/David: Yes, ma'am.

Annie: Are you sure, you didn't break the cookie jar? Because I'm not going to be angry with you if you broke it. I just want you to tell me, because I always want you to tell me the truth, and because when you break something like that, you, you can cut yourself picking up those little pieces, and I don't want you to get hurt.

David: We didn't break it.

Annie: Okay, well, you know, think about it.

Glenoak Community Church - Church Office

Betsy: Thank you.

Eric: Uh, a friend.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Ruthie: Hello?

Chandler: Ruthie, it's Chandler. I realize that, that it's a school night, but if you don't have a lot of homework, I'd be happy to take you and Peter out for a pizza tonight.

Ruthie: I have homework, but you can still ask Peter.

Ruthie: It's Chandler.

Peter: Hello?

Chandler: Hi. Why don't the two of us go out for a pizza tonight and talk?

Peter: Why? Do you know something about my mom that I don't know?

Chandler: No, I really don't, but ah, I'd love to talk more about what you said on the way to school, and besides, I'd love if the two of us had some time together.

Peter: Okay, if it's okay with the Camdens.

Chandler: Well, I'll pick you up at six. Goodbye.

Peter: Bye. Why don't you want to go?

Ruthie: I've got homework. And besides, sooner or later, I have to talk to my mother.

Peter: I finished my homework already.

Ruthie: I'm not surprised. I'm going upstairs to start on mine.

Peter: I'm gonna watch a little TV.

Camden's House - Living Room

Peter: Hi.

Martin: Hi.

Cecilia: Hi.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: So you didn't call. Was she pretty?

Eric: I didn't get a chance to call. Chandler came in just as Martin's aunt was leaving, so I just came home.

Annie: Was she pretty?

Eric: What makes you thinks she's pretty?

Annie: Because you're grinning from ear to ear.

Eric: Are you aware that our living room is filled with children who don't belong to us?

Annie: Don't change the subject.

Eric: She's pretty, and she's tall, and she designs these over-the-knee socks that she modeled for me in my office.

Annie: So that's why she wanted to see you? To model socks.

Eric: No, she wants to move to New York, and she wants me to tell Martin that he has to move with her.

Annie: Let's just cut to the chase. He can have Simon's room until she moves back or his father comes home.

Eric: I wasn't thinking that. Okay, I was thinking that.

Annie: We were all thinkin' it.

Eric: How was your day?

Annie: Ah, fine, for a mother of twins who wear two sets of underpants and lying about breaking my cookie jar. Of course that's nothing, I'm also a mother of a medical student who has two days, just two days at home and has spent one day out of our house and away from our family. Now he wouldn't do that unless something were wrong. Huh.


Rabbi Glass: I mean now you guys seem to be like the most compatible of all time.

Matt: I thought we were compatible too in every way.

Rabbi Glass: In every way?

Matt: What do you mean in... every... way?

Rabbi Glass: I don't know, what do you mean in every way? You're the one who said in every way. I mean in every way, I mean to me in every way it means, you know, this is so stupid, I mean it's silly were grown men, I mean er, er were, were, were allowed talk about ah you know, it. All right, I mean, we, we can discuss, ah, S-E-X. I mean we can talk about everything, right.

Matt: Well, okay. Ah, Sarah and I were, were fine. In every way... Except she moved out so maybe I don't know anything anymore.

Rabbi Glass: Hey listen, Sarah moved out and she can move back in.

Matt: I mean we did everything together... we we worked together, we studied together, week, weekdays, weekends, we were always together.

Rabbi Glass: Wow, sounds intense.

Matt: What do you mean?

Rabbi Glass: What do you mean, what do I mean? Wow sounds you know, intense. It sounds like you spent a lot of time together. Ah, that's all.

Matt: Too much time? Is that what you're saying?

Rabbi Glass: I didn't say that.

Matt: You, you mean that two people living together in a tiny apartment, spending practically every minute in the pressure cooker of, of work and school and both of us looking at each other trying to put on a brave face on it... And even though there was comfort in doing it together, there was also no break, no relief, no balance... You think something like that could have affect a marriage? Is that what you're saying?

Rabbi Glass: Wow, I'm smart.

Matt: Well, even if that's what happened, it's still over. Nothing's changed.

Rabbi Glass: It not true. You're just focusing on all the relationship that needs fixing. Which by the way gives me faith to know that this thing all-going to work out. And, and by the way I think it was really great that you decided, you know not to worry your parents with this in-between stuff, you know.

Matt: Yeah, right... Besides, maybe it's too much along with the news of I'm dropping out of medical school.

Police Station

Detective Michaels: I fixed everything. You're working through the next shift.

Kevin: I can't

Detective Michaels: You have no choice. You have to.

Kevin: But I lied to Lucy. About working tonight.

Detective Michaels: Now it isn't a lie.

Kevin: But now she's not going to believe that.

Detective Michaels: But it's the truth. Now you're working, and now you can't go out to dinner with anyone. You didn't actually tell your ex-wife you would meet her for dinner.

Kevin: I certainly wasn't going to tell her that Lucy wouldn't let me.

Detective Michaels: So why didn't you lie to your ex-wife instead of Lucy?

Kevin: I did. I told her I might be working, then I decided I'd just go, because there's no reason I shouldn't.

Detective Michaels: I can think of one. Lucy. And if you need a second one, you're working my friend. All night.

Camden's House - Living Room

Eric: Dinner's almost ready. I, I'm assuming you're joining us.

Martin: Sure

Cecilia: We'd love to.

Eric: You think you could give Annie a hand, ah, ah I'd like to speak with Martin if you don't mind.

Cecilia: I don't mind at all. We were just waiting on you to ask to speak to him.

Martin: How'd you like my aunt?

Eric: She's very interesting.

Martin: As much as I didn't want to move and have to change schools and friends and all that, it's worked out really well. So what did she want? She's not having a problem with me, is she?

Eric: No, no, no, nothing like that. No, the thing is she's such a creative person and doing so well with the...

Martin: With over-the-knee socks.

Eric: Anyway, ah, she's been presented with an opportunity to go to New York to work, and she'd very much like you to go with her. How do you feel about that? Martin?

Martin: I'll tell you how I feel. I feel betrayed an, an, and angry I have to go.

Eric: Let's talk about this. Let's see if we can figure out some alternatives.

Martin: Like what? New Jersey?

Eric: No like staying with us until she decides if she's wants to make this move to New York permanent.

Martin: What?

Eric: I'd like to talk to your dad, but I'm assuming you've talked to him about us before, and well, we've certainly got room for you.

Martin: Wow, really?

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Annie: Hey, we're ready for dinner.

Cecilia: I set the table. Is there anything else I can do?

Ruthie: You could take the boys down for Mom, because I need to talk to her.

Sam: Do you want to see our two underwears?

Annie: Oh, they, they are something else. You know what they did today. They broke my cookie jar, they put it in a paper bag and then they hid it in their cabinet. Now when I questioned them about it, they confessed to a list of things I didn't even know about, like eating soap, stashing cookies, wearing two pairs of underwear, but they won't fess up to the cookie jar. I'm sorry, Look, I was distracted. What do you want to talk about?

Ruthie: Oh, it's Peter. For some reason, he thinks his mom isn't on a business trip and that she's leaving him or something, and it's one of those things I thought you'd be best at talking to him about it. Unless Chandler talks to him about it. They went out for pizza. On second thought, maybe Peter doesn't want you to know. Just forget I said anything.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: Don't even bother apologizing to me, Kevin Kinkirk!

Phone: You've reached Kevin and Lucy. Please leave a message.

Mindy: Hi. It's me, Mindy. I went to a movie and I turned my cell phone off, and I just picked up a message at the hotel that said Kevin has to work tonight. I was wondering if Lucy could still meet me.

Lucy: Where did you get this number?


Mindy: Uh, information.

Lucy: Oh.

Mindy: Lucy?

Pete's Pizza

Chandler: Are you feeling better?

Peter: Yeah, a little bit.

Chandler: Well, we'll both feel better once we hear from your mom.

Peter: It's just so scary when you only have one parent and you think about losing them. I'd be an orphan if anything were to happen to my mom. What? I would.

Chandler: Look, I don't know if it is too soon to discuss this with you Peter, but I haven't discussed with your mother yet, but ah, what would you think if someday, not anytime soon, but just... what would you think if your mother and I were to get married some distant time in the future? I mean, I wouldn't try to be your dad or anything that, but... Just do you think there's any possibility that you and your mother and me someday ... we could be a family? I don't even know how your mother feels about it. I'm not saying it's going to happen any time soon. I love you, Peter.

Police Station

Cop: Ready to roll?

Kevin: Think we could stop by my house?

Cop: No, I don't

Kevin: Detective Michaels?

Camden's House - Eric's Office

Eric: Hi, it's Mr. Camden. Er, Eric. Ah, I just wanted to let you know, that I, I talked to Martin and talked to my wife, and we were wondering what you would think of Martin staying here while you're checkin' out New York and, and trying out your new underwear... bbb, business venture. Uh, I'll be home if, if you want to call or, or, drop by. Thanks. Hi.

Cecilia: Hi yourself. You know, I've known this family a lot longer than Martin's known this family. Fifteen months and twenty days. But I don't guess you're keeping track. And I've been through a lot with the Camdens. Engagements, weddings, more weddings, car accident, a baby on the way, and do I get invited to stay here. No. He gets invited to stay here. And I get dinner and a ride home, and not even a ride home, because I drove here. Do you have any idea how many people would like to be in this family? Do you?

Eric: Cecilia, we, we love you, but you have a family. You have a mom and a dad.

Cecilia: Yeah, well, they go away too, you know, from time to time, and you've never asked if I wanted to stay until they get back.

Eric: Well, next time they go out of town, you are more than welcome to stay with us.

Cecilia: Great. Well, that's more like it.

Camden's House - Foyer

Eric: Hello there. Is this what you've been doing all day? Sneaking around with Richard?

Rabbi Glass: Sneaking? Who's... did you say sneaking? Who's sneaking? We, we happen to be tiptoeing up the stairs as to not wake anybody up. Thank you.

Eric: At six-forty-five?

Rabbi Glass: Yeah, that's what I thought everybody has, has to be in bed before er, er before sundown. I mean it's, it's a religious custom, ah, particular to the Protestants. Didn't you know that?

Eric: What's going on?

Matt: Ah, we better talk. You and mom and me.

Rabbi Glass: Cough.

Matt: And him.

Rabbi Glass: And, and me. All of us. The four us. I mean five, you know with Sarah here and six with Rosina and how many more with your beautiful children and if their spouses were here, what another quarter of a million. You have to add on. But you know what right now we'll just settle for the four of us, you know why, because were family and I'm sure we, we all want to continue to be a family.

Matt: Huh, not all of us.

Camden's House - Matt's Old Room

Matt: It seems that with all the pressure of being married and going to school and working that, I've been feeling completely exhausted and defeated and depressed, and I have to make some changes in my life. The first was not my decision, the second is.

Rabbi Glass: Let's start with the second.

Matt: Fine, Um, I'm dropping out of medical school.

Rabbi Glass: Hey, look, he can always go back, he can, it's, I mean it's not a permanent decision, I mean, they will let you back in though if you decide to...

Matt: I didn't come to this decision lightly. I'm not planning on going back.

Eric: What happened?

Matt: Sarah left me.

Rabbi Glass: Again, you know, this something that is not like a permanent change either. They could, they could work this out. You have to work it out. I mean you have to work this out. I mean, you, you can't lose Sarah and Sarah can't lose you. Because I don't, I don't want to lose them. I know were family. This is the gentile family that I never had. You know, I think you three need to talk alone, you know really. And so I'll... Yeah that's what I should do. Hey listen; I want you to know something. We love your son and we want him to go back to school and stay in school and become a doctor. But more important than that, we want Sarah to let him come back. Just thought you should know.

Annie: Sarah left you.

Eric: When?

Matt: After Chanukah. She got another apartment. She wants time alone. She's exhausted, too. And she feels defeated, too. And depressed too. So she left. And I want her back. But I think I have a better chance if we're not both in school together, because the competition is really, really ugly, and I don't want to compete with my wife.

Eric: I'm glad you finally told us. Maybe we can help you think this through a little more.

Annie: Or maybe I can say what I think. Although I'll withhold judgment of Sarah...

Eric: Please do.

Annie: Huh, I know your heart is broken and that you're feeling lower than you though you ever could be. But you know what's going to make you feel more defeated, more depressed? If you do anything, less than what you can do and what you want to do. If you want to be a doctor, then just learn to be a doctor, no matter what the challenges face you. If you want to be married while learning to be doctor, then make sure that Sarah you knows that. And that she knows how much you love her. Because even though the competition is getting ugly and that the pressures of school may be getting to you both, eventually that's going to be over. And you'll have the rest of your lives together. Of course, Sarah needs to learn... I'm sorry, I'll hold my judgment. Tomorrow I want you to go back to school, even if I have to hold your hand and go with you. Which I'll be very happy to do.

Eric: She would, you know.

Matt: I know.

Eric: How many days have you missed already?

Matt: Two.

Eric: But you can still go back if you want?

Matt: Probably.

Eric: I'm sorry we didn't know this sooner, Matt. We love you and we'll support you no matter what you decide to do. Is there anything we can do?

Matt: No.

Eric: It's a lot you know. A new marriage. Medical school. Work. But I don't think dropping out will help your marriage. It might even make Sarah feel guilty or angry on top of what she's already feeling.

Matt: Maybe.

Eric: So am I wrong, or are you going to need a little help financially? The, the rent? Bills?

Matt: No. Maybe. Yes, thank you.

Eric: Hey, it's going to be fine, whatever happens in the end, everything gonna be fine.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Oh well, accidents happen.

Ruthie: Funny you should mention that.

Annie: I dropped the potato on purpose to make a point.

Ruthie: Oh, What point?

Annie: I wish you had just told me you broke the cookie jar. Yes, I love it, and yes I've had it since dad and I were married, but I love you more, and I love that we have an honest relationship, and I want to keep that relationship honest, especially during the coming years.

Ruthie: I'm so sorry. Am sorry I broke the cookie jar and I'm sorry I didn't tell you. Sorry I let you think it was the boys. I didn't mean to seem like it was them, it was just the cabinet was the closet place to put it when I heard you coming down the stairs. I accept whatever punishment you want to hand out.

Annie: I think no baked potato for dinner should do it.

Ruthie: I love you, mom.

Annie: What, no kiss?

Ruthie: Oh,... that's how you knew.

Annie: Mothers and daughters sometimes pull away from each other during the teenage years. And I've seen that happening with us. So yes, that's how I knew. But I hope that you won't let that keep from giving me a kiss now and then anyway.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Kevin: I'm technically on a bathroom break. We have to talk. I'm really sorry.

Lucy: No, I'm sorry. I'm sorry you felt you had to lie to me again, but I, I totally understand, considering my past jealousy over your ex-wife. I'm meeting her for dinner. She sounds really nice. You better get back to work. Go. We'll be fine without you. It'll give us a chance to get to know one another. And I'll get to hear about your high school days. And the girl you gave a promise ring to before Mindy, and the girl you went steady with before that, and the one before that. Bye.

Kevin: Great, That's' great. You two have a good time.

Lucy: I love you!

Kevin: I hope you still love me when you get home.

Camden's House - Backyard

Peter: I've got it from here.

Chandler: But wait. I just wanted you to know that since your mother and I hadn't really talked about ah, marriage, and I don't really know how she feels about it, maybe you should let me have that conversation with her, you know, when the time is right.

Peter: No problem. But now you know how I feel about it, right?

Chandler: Right. You're a great kid you know that.

Peter: Goodnight. Let me know when you hear from my mom.

Chandler: I will.

Camden's House - Front Door

Betsy: Who said anything about my nephew living with you? You were supposed to tell him to go with me to New York!

Eric: Uh... I was thinking...

Betsy: No you weren't. You weren't thinking. You were assuming I was trying to dumping him off on you. I love that kid! And I love my brother! Oh, who's to say that my brother would ever, ever let Martin live with you?

Eric: Stay. Just stay here until you decide that New York is going to work for you, that's all. I mean you said you had to find an apartment and you didn't know if you were ready to sell your house and you're absolutely right. I wasn't thinking, I, I should have asked you first. I, I'm so sorry. Really, I am. Ah, what do you want me to do?

Betsy: Well, I want you to let him stay here of course. I just wanted to be asked.

Eric: Of course. Again, I'm sorry.

Betsy: So, dinner?

Eric: Oh sure. Everyone's gathering in the kitchen.

Annie: She's very pretty. Do you think Matt will make it through medical school and stay married?

Eric: I hope so, but they've got a long road ahead of them.

Annie: I know, but if he can just talk with her the way he talked to us tonight, I think they'll make it, and he'll get through school, I know he will. 

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