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Simon ne veut pas parler à Eric et Annie de sa relation avec Georgia. Pourtant, il leur révèle qu'ils ont des relations sexuelles et qu'il est en période probatoire à l'université car il a séché des cours pour être avec Georgia. La situation de Simon aide Eric à réaliser que l'église devrait donner apprendre aux adolescents l'importance de l'abstinence. Il demande à Lucy de préparer un cours sur ce sujet. Lucy et Kevin apprennent le sexe de leur bébé, et Lucy commence à se demander si elle sera une bonne mère. Matt s'inquiète pour Martin qui ne s'est pas remis de sa relation avec Cecilia et lui parle de la relation de Simon avec Georgia. Matt ne comprend pas pourquoi Ruthie ne veut pas s'excuser auprès de Martin


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Annie (Catherine Hicks), Eric (Stephen Collins), Simon (David Gallagher) et Georgia (Rheagan Wallace)

Annie (Catherine Hicks), Eric (Stephen Collins), Simon (David Gallagher) et Georgia (Rheagan Wallace)

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Annie joué par Catherine Hicks

Georgia joué par Rheagan Wallace

Georgia joué par Rheagan Wallace

Simon Camden joué par David Gallagher

Simon Camden joué par David Gallagher

Simon Camden joué par David Gallagher

Simon Camden joué par David Gallagher

Simon (David Gallagher) et Georgia (Rheagan Wallace)

Simon (David Gallagher) et Georgia (Rheagan Wallace)

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Écrit par : Brenda Hampton 
Réalisé par : Harry Harris 

Avec : Rheagan Wallace (Georgia) 

Guests :

  • Andi Chapman ..... Doyen de l'école
  • Samar Cowherd ..... Mère dans le restaurant
  • Jesse Henecke ..... Serveur
  • Justin Hinnant ..... Enfant qui mange
  • Jerry Kokich ..... Maître d'hôtel

Restaurant - Lobby

Eric: Simon Camden... table for four...

Host: Oh yes, you called. Evidently your son is running late, would you care to be seated?

Eric: (nods)

Eric: Yeah, we would.


Annie: Nice place...

Eric: Yeah, it is.

Waiter: Would you like something to drink while you're waiting?

Annie: Ah, water...

Eric: Yeah, just water.

Waiter: Ah, a bottle of water?

Eric: No... just water.

Simon: Dad, this is Georgia... Georgia this is my dad... and I believe you met my mom this afternoon.

Georgia: Hi... it's Annie, right?

Annie: Right...

Georgia: Okay...

Simon: So, to what do I owe this little parental surprise?

Eric: Lying... playing one parent against the other, refusing to have a conversation when asked. We felt like a late dinner... take your pick.

Georgia: Order anything you want. It's on me. It's only fair; I mean you're paying for the room.

Waiter: Will it be the usual?

Georgia: Um... yes...

Simon: Thanks...

Annie: I'll have what my son is having.

Eric: I will have the porterhouse steak... medium rare... cooked in clarified butter with encrusted sea salt and peppercorns... and the Yorkshire pudding... and the broccoli with hollandaise sauce... and a side of duck.

Waiter: Anything to start, sir?

Eric: Shrimp cocktail...

Waiter: Anything else?

Eric: Well, yes, charge it to his room.

Waiter: With pleasure.

Eric: You know for a couple of dollars more, you could have had the steak. That's an awfully expensive burger... and what drives the price up is everything comes a la carte. With the salad and the fries and the appetizers, whoa, you have to work for a week to play for all that, huh?

Annie: Do your mom and dad live in Glenoak?

Georgia: Yes, um, I think you know them. My, my dad's the pastor over at the Chapel of Renewed Faith.

Annie: You're Reverend Huffington's daughter?

Georgia: Yep...

Camden's House - Kitchen

Matt: If you need the room to study, I'm going to watch TV in the living room.

Martin: I'm camping out in the backyard; you can have your room.

Matt: What does that mean?

Martin: I just feel like having some time to myself, so... you can have your room.

Matt: No, I sense an attitude.

Martin: This has nothing to do with you, okay?

Matt: Who, who does it have something to do with? Oh, Simon.

Martin: No...

Matt: Oh, come on, Martin, you're upset he's with um... what's her name... not Cecilia.

Martin: Yeah, I mean, I'm over Cecilia, but... still... I care about her. She's a nice person, you know.

Matt: Did you meet Georgia? He, he didn't introduce you?

Matt: But, but you saw her, right? No, you didn't see her. You didn't even know about her and I just screwed up. You're over Cecilia, right?

Martin: Yeah, I'm over her.

Matt: So you wouldn't call her and say anything, would you? 'Cause that could be... bad.

Martin: I'm not going to say anything.

Matt: I hope not.

Martin: I'm not going to say anything.

Matt: So if you're not annoyed with me and you're not angry at Simon, why are you camping out in the backyard? Ruthie...?

Martin: Yep...

Matt: Oh right... dinner. You two weren't talking, but no one was talking. I thought it was because Simon was out with ah...

Martin: I think you said Georgia.

Matt: Yeah, I was hoping you'd forget.

Martin: I didn't say I'd forget, I said I wouldn't say anything.

Matt: What if I talked to Ruthie for you, could forget than?

Martin: Forget what?

Matt: I'm on my way.


Simon: Thanks...

Eric: That was delicious. So... where were we? Oh, yeah...

Simon: We have made an agreement not discuss anything personal with either one of you.

Eric: Oh... do you discuss anything personal with her parents?

Georgia: Everything... yeah, my, my dad created a program ah, for teens at our church and one of the things we talk about is being accepting and non-judgmental in regard to decisions about sex.

Eric: Huhm...

Georgia: You know, a lot of teens from your church have come over to our church, you know. You don't have a program devoted to teen sex, do you?

Eric: Chocolate soufflé...

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Kevin: They're going to know sooner or later.

Lucy: Why can't it be later? Why can't we just sit with the information and enjoy it ourselves for a few months before we tell anyone? They don't need to know.

Lucy: (sighs)

Lucy: It's just that... I wanna get school out of the way, and I want to get started working down at the church and I don't wanna get... sidetracked.

Kevin: Sidetracked... with the baby?

Lucy: Well, you know, I, I want everyone looking at me as just a mother. I've spent four years going to school and I'm graduating, and I'm gonna be a woman with a career as a minister. And besides that, I'm not even a mother yet, and the baby's not here yet, and the baby's not going to be here for months.

Kevin: Talk to me. There's something you're not saying to me.

Lucy: I am talking to you. You just don't wanna hear what I'm saying.

Kevin: Are you hungry? Do you have any crazy cravings tonight? Want me to go get you anything?

Lucy: I'm fine. Well, you know those little crispy Chow Mein noodles that come in a can... I'd love some of those mixed with a can of tuna and mayo and oranges.

Kevin: That's a new one.

Lucy: Yeah, but it sounds good, doesn't it?

Kevin: Sure...

Camden's House - Kitchen

Kevin: What's the deal with Martin?

Matt: The deal is Ruthie's about to go out and apologize to him. It's not good for your health to blame other people for what you can control. Go apologize.

Ruthie: What's your interest in all this?

Matt: You're my sister and I love you.

Ruthie: That was really pathetic. Don't they offer courses in lying at medical school?

Matt: Plenty of them... go...

Kevin: She's really growing up. I can't believe she's in high school.

Matt: I think the problem is she can't believe she's in high school.

Camden's House - Backyard

Ruthie: Knock, knock...

Martin: I was hoping you'd drop by. What's up?

Ruthie: You tell me. Matt made me come out here and apologize. I told him I'd already tried once.

Martin: No... you didn't... not really and you know, Ruthie, I'm really surprised that you didn't apologize. You and I are friends. You did something wrong. When a friend does something wrong to a friend, they apologize.

Ruthie: Okay, you first...

Martin: No, you first.

Ruthie: If you're going to apologize that means you did something wrong.

Martin: Okay, I did something wrong, too. You know what, forget about it. You're just a spoiled brat. You get your way with everyone because you're the youngest girl in the family and everyone treats you like a baby. Everyone thinks it's, it's funny or cute when you do something wrong, but you're not with your family when you're at school and other people might not find you so funny or cute.

Ruthie: Wow, I wonder how you lost Cecilia. I wonder why you haven't been able to get another girlfriend. I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact you don't know how to talk to women.

Martin: A woman doesn't pants a guy at school.

Ruthie: Oh, pleeease, what's the big deal? If one of your buddies did that, would you be acting like this? No...! You want a real apology... a heartfelt apologize? Well, I'm sorry you ever came here!

Camden's House - Kitchen

Kevin: (laughs)

Kevin: Evidently that went well.

Matt: Yeah, I'll go see how well.

Matt: Wait a minute... I know what might be causing Lucy to be so weird. When do you guys find out the sex of the baby? Shouldn't that be about... now?

Kevin: I'm not supposed to say.

Matt: How am I supposed to help you of you don't tell me anything?

Kevin: Okay, it's tomorrow, but when we find out, I can't tell anyone, even you.

Matt: Believe me; she can't keep a secret any better that you can, especially a secret like that. She'll change her mind... count on it and just... be there for her.

Kevin: I'm there for her.

Matt: (sighs)

Camden's House - Backayrd

Martin: Call me if you want. Ah, I wanna talk to ya'.

Matt: That better not be Cecilia.

Martin: That better not have been the apology you promised me from Ruthie.

Matt: Are you really going to rat out Simon to Cecilia just to get back at him?

Martin: It was my aunt, okay... my aunt from New York. I've already talked to Cecilia. I didn't say anything about Georgia, okay? I didn't need to.

Matt: Because...

Martin: Well, I don't think Cecilia considers it a secret and I guess everyone is gonna figure it out sooner or later. She broke up with Simon before she went off on vacation. She wants to be unattached when she starts college. So, I guess Simon just went back with this Georgia who was his girlfriend at school.

Matt: Yeah...

Martin: I know what that feels like, breaking up with Cecilia. I'd probably be doing the same thing Simon's doing.

Matt: Would you?

Martin: No... haven't you heard, I, I can't get a girlfriend. I don't know how to talk to women... according to Ruthie.

Matt: Well, you can either believe her or prove her wrong.

Martin: That's pretty good advice, Dr. Camden.

Matt: You, you think so?

Martin: Well, good enough I'd be willing to put it to the test.


Eric: He'll, he'll take the check.

Busboy: Okay with me.

Eric: Simon, your girlfriend just left for her vacation yesterday, and today, today, you're back into a relationship or maybe it's not even a relationship, maybe you're just hooking up, and that's a mistake.

Georgia: He told me about Cecilia. I know all about her.

Eric: Well, in, in your teen sex classes at your church, do they talk about being emotionally ready to have sex? 'Cause I don't think Simon's emotionally ready. Ah, I, I don't think it's right either, but I don't think he's emotionally mature enough, and I don't know you well enough to know if I think the same thing for you.

Simon: I think you're missing the point, Dad. I don't think that it matters what you think or what Mom thinks. What matters is what I'm thinking and what Georgia thinks.

Waiter: Thank you, sir.

Eric: Sir, oh, please.

Simon: And by the way... um, I do think I'm pretty emotionally mature to sit here at dinner with my mom and dad... Thank you... who show up unannounced specifically to ruin our evening. I mean, I, I heard what you're saying and you and believe me I'm not unamused by the whole, you know, eating enough to cost me my entire last two weeks' paycheck... but that's it... okay? I've had it. Ready?

Georgia: Yeah...

Simon: Goodnight...

Georgia: Goodnight...

Eric: Oh, wait...

Eric: How many teens are in that class at your church?

Georgia: Um, 'bout a hundred, yeah, but that including all the teens that come in from... other churches.

Simon: Let's go.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Matt: When Simon gets home, I want to talk to him.

Eric: Well, I, I wanna talk to him when he gets home.

Matt: Could I have a shot at him first?

Eric: Why would you want a shot at him first?

Matt: Well, do you think you and mom getting anywhere?

Eric: Well, you think you can handle this?

Matt: You think you can?

Eric: You think you can?

Matt: Is it possible that I could know something that you don't?

Eric: Because you're a doctor and I'm only his father, and... and are you a doctor yet?

Matt: Have you talked to Martin?

Eric: Do I need to talk to Martin?

Matt: Aren't you curious as to why Simon is behaving like Simon is behaving?

Eric: Is, is there something you wanna tell me?

Matt: No, there's something I want Simon to tell you.

Eric: There's something I want Simon to tell me, too.

Matt: So you know.

Eric: How did you know?

Matt: Martin...

Eric: How did Martin know?

Matt: Cecilia... ah, good luck.

Eric: Good, good you're home. Uh, are you ready to talk now?

Simon: We talked enough last night to last me until I get back to school.

Eric: And how, how are you planning to pay for school this year? I mean, if you're on your own, making your own decisions, shouldn't you be on your own financially?

Simon: The ol' "I'll cut off the money" threat. Fine... Dad, I'll get the money.

Eric: I, I didn't threat you, I was just asking. But how are gonna get the money to pay for school of I don't give it to you? Surely, you're not gonna go to Cecilia's dad and ask him to let you work for a few more weeks.

Simon: My relationship with Cecilia's dad and work had nothing to do with my relationship with Cecilia.

Eric: What is your relationship with Cecilia?

Simon: She used to be my girlfriend, now she's not. And I'm not relaying on Cecilia's dad to provide me with work. I can get a job myself.

Eric: And now's she's not?

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Annie: Hey, before you go to school, go find Martin and apologize to him.

Ruthie: He already left for school, so I can't apologize... maybe after detention.

Matt: They're growing up, Mom. You can't just tell them what to do and think they're gonna do it.

Annie: Oh yes, I can and you know why?

Matt: Yes, I know why, because you're never too old to do what your mother tells you, because you're always going to be older then me and smarter than me. But they're smarter than me, too. I mean, kids today are smarter than when I was growing up and there are a lot more problems out there to tempt them, so I'm afraid you and dad are gonna have to even smarter as you get older.

Annie: You're starting to sound like a doctor.

Matt: Is that good?

Annie: Could go either way.

Matt: Humm...

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Annie: All right, come on, we're going to school. Sam... David...

Camden's House - Simon's Room

Simon: Can I please have the courtesy of a knock?

Annie: I didn't know you where home and last time I checked, it was still my house. Simon, come on, what's going on with you? What's wrong?

Simon: Nothing's wrong with me. What is wrong with you?

Annie: Well, I don't approve of you staying out all night, and ah, I don't want you to have sex before you're married... other than that, nothing. You've seen Sam and David?

Simon: No, I haven't.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Annie: (laughs)

Annie: Let's talk. I love you. I'm sorry you had a bad day yesterday. School's not going to be like that every day.

Sam: Yes, it is.

Annie: No, it isn't.

David: We make mistakes all the time.

Annie: We all make mistakes all of the time, but that's how we learn.

Sam: Please, no more learning.

David: Please, my head hurts.

Annie: Learning is a good thing, really it is. Let's see if today we can learn that every day is a new day and a chance to do better.

Simon: Does that include you?

Annie: Yes, that includes me, Simon. It includes you and it includes everyone. It's a new day... if you want to put this summer and yesterday and even this morning behind us, then let's do it. We can talk about this... we can work through this. If you respect me and you respect yourself and, and that right there... respect... is the key everything. I know that you respect both me and your father and you do care what we think.

Simon: Well regardless, I'm still old enough to make my own decisions.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Simon: I'm, going back up to school early to find a job up there.

Eric: Go ahead... call if you get work.

You look nice.

Lucy: Yeah, yeah and I'm glowing, too. If you're just going to tell me I'm pretty, but I can't take over for Chandler, I can't take over anything Chandler was doing, then just tell me now, so we can just get it over with so I can start looking for another church for work, because I'm going to work. I'm gonna work because I'm finishing school and that's what I want to do. I can work and be a mother. So...

Eric: So... I was wondering if you'd like to start a new type of Sunday school class down at the church.

Lucy: Really... what kind of class?

Eric: Well, you're young, you're just getting out of college and it hasn't been long since you're in high school and I though maybe you'd be the perfect person to start a class... on abstinence.

Lucy: Really... that's where you think I should start?

Eric: I do... we need you, Luce. I never realized how much until last night, how much we need you. We need you. Would you do it... would you be willing to serve the church in this way?

Lucy: Well...

Simon: Where's my car?

Lucy: If you're talking about Matt's car, he ah, dropped Ruthie off at school in it.

Simon: Great... he'll be back.

Eric: Yes, but even then it will still be his car and... well... you don't have insurance.

Simon: Since when?

Eric: Since I decided this morning not to pay the premium.

Simon: So you knew the car wasn't out there the whole time I was making my speech about leaving?

Lucy: As your older sister I don't mean to get in the middle, but...

Simon: Then butt out, okay?

Lucy: Okay, but stay out of my apartment. It's for married couples only. I'll do it. Thanks, Dad, but it can't just be about abstinence.

Simon: What can't.

Lucy: I'm starting a class down at the church... for teens.

Simon: You know he's only asking you to do it because of Georgia's dad stole teens from our church with a class just like that.

Eric: True... guilty as charged. Chapel of Renewed Faith has something that we should have had a long time ago. Are you up the challenge?

Lucy: Yeah, I am. Thanks...

Eric: See, if you just say what your real agenda is, you can often get what you want.

Simon: I'm not falling for it. I'm not gonna discuss my life so that you can pay the insurance on Matt's car. I'm not giving up my freedom, my privacy for a lousy car. Okay, Georgia can give me a ride. I can get a ride from Georgia to school, when I get to school I can get my own job, save my money, pay for my own car and the insurance, and anything else I used to get from you.

Eric: That would be terrific... I just, I just got around to opening yesterday's mail and were you aware that you are on disciplinary probation with the school. I know I wasn't aware. The letter came with the bill for the fall's semester tuition. Now, I know your grades aren't bad, not bad at all, so something must have happened.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: Where are going?

Kevin: With you.

Lucy: Why are you all dressed up?

Kevin: I thought maybe we'd dress up.

Lucy: Why?

Kevin: Because maybe we'll go out shopping and go out to dinner after we get the news about whether we're having a son or a daughter.

Lucy: But I'm not dressed up.

Kevin: I'll take you out to buy something afterwards, anything and everything you want.

Lucy: Well, I may need to pick up a couple of things, not necessarily maternity things, yet.

Kevin: Whatever you want.

Lucy: Well, don't you want to ask me why I might need a couple of things?

Kevin: I thought it was kind of obvious.

Lucy: My father asked me to start a Sunday school class for teens and talk about sex.

Kevin: You're the perfect woman for the job.

Lucy: Thanks. I'm really... happy, happy about it...

Kevin: It's okay, Luce. Everything's gonna be okay.

Lucy: I don't know if I can do it.

Kevin: The class?

Lucy: The other.

Kevin: You mean being a wife and a mother and a minister of the church? You can do anything you want and I'm gonna be there for you and support you on everything you do.

Lucy: I don't know if I can have a baby. I want to change my mind.

Kevin: What?

Lucy: Now it's all gonna be real. I mean, it's gonna be a boy or a girl and it's gonna be a real boy or girl, I'm gonna have to give birth to him or her and it's really gonna hurt. I'm scared. I don't know why I said we should have a baby.

Kevin: Of course you're scared but you have to be excited, too, and we're ready... you're ready.

Lucy: No, I'm not.

Kevin: Luce, everything is going to be fine.

Lucy: We don't even have a place to put the baby once it gets out.

Kevin: I told you, as soon as you're ready, we'll find a house. There are plenty of houses out there.

Lucy: I want a house close to here. There aren't any houses close to here.

Kevin: We'll wait for a house close to here. Come on, let's go find out of we've got a son or a daughter on the way and then celebrate. We can deal with everything else tomorrow. Let's make it a good day, a day we can tell our child about when he or she grows up.

Lucy: You really excited about this, aren't you?

Kevin: Sure I am.

Lucy: Okay...

Kevin: I love you and if I could have the child for us, I would.

Lucy: Really...?

Kevin: Well... I'd love to experience growing a human being, but I totally understand your fear of the birthing process. I think I'd rather take a bullet for you.

Lucy: I love you.

High School - Counselor's Office

Door: (knock)

Counselor: Come in... I'm glad you stopped by.

Martin: Look, I messed up yesterday. I don't know Ruthie did what she did but... I know why Ruthie did what she did but... I don't why I reacted to it so strongly. I was just surprised. It wasn't that be a deal, and I wondering if I could have a chance to work this out with Ruthie myself. I don't want her to have to spend her first week of school in detention just because I lost my sense of humor.

Counselor: Of course... have you tried to work things out already?

Martin: I haven't, well, I tried getting some of the Camdens to work it out for me, but I'd like a shot at it myself. Being in a big family is new to me, I never had a sister and um, Ruthie's a challenge.

Counselor: Well, the Camden kids have always been a bit of a challenge. We don't usually back off with detention, but... if ah, Ruthie came to me with a different attitude than she did yesterday, we could probably work something out. Good luck.

High School - Hallway

Martin: Hey, wait up. I want to apologize. You're right; I didn't have a sense of humor yesterday and after all your family's done for me, it wasn't right of me to make you ride in with someone else the first day of school.

Ruthie: My dad talked to you?

Martin: Yeah, but that was more about the two is us.

Ruthie: Matt talked to you?

Martin: Yeah...

Ruthie: He thinks he's wise now.

Martin: Yeah, but he knows stuff.

Ruthie: Look, he may be in medical school, but he's still just Matt. He's pretty goofy... sweet, but goofy.

Martin: You look at him like that, but I didn't grow up with him. I see him a little bit differently. I see him as a guy who's about to be a doctor, a guy who's pretty good at giving advice.

Ruthie: A guy who thought you would rat out Simon to Cecilia. Overhearing... it's my purpose in life.

Martin: Maybe you could switch to listening... become a shrink.

Ruthie: Wow, I really, really like the idea of that.

Martin: You do?

Ruthie: Maybe you can talk to women.

Martin: Yeah, maybe.

Ruthie: I feel really, really stupid for doing what I did and even more stupid for blaming you for it. I don't have any excuse. I'm sorry.

Martin: If you mention that to the counselor, I think she's gonna let you out of detention. I talked to her.

Ruthie: I appreciate the effort, but no thanks. There's a couple of cute guys in detention, I think I'll stick it out.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Door: (slams)

Annie: Be right there, boys.

Sam: What do we tell her?

David: The truth.

Sam: I took the mouse out of the cage at school.

David: Then you gave it to me.

Sam: So I could get the girl and show it to her.

David: Then she'll like us.

Sam: So you showed her the mouse.

David: Then she screamed.

Sam: So the mouse got scared.

David: Then it ran.

Sam: So we ran after it.

David: Then we got lost.

Sam: So we waited in the hall.

David: Then the teacher found us.

Sam/David: The end.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Matt: (sighs)

Matt: What are you doing here?

Simon: I didn't know where else to go. What are you doing here?

Matt: I'm looking for you. How did things go with dad?

Simon: I haven't talked to him.

Matt: You're gonna have to talk to him.

Simon: I don't know how to tell them things they don't want to hear, you know.

Matt: Are you having sex with Georgia just because you're upset that Cecilia broke up with you?

Simon: How did you know that?

Matt: She told Martin... Martin told me. Cecilia seems to think that you would have told everyone. So, are you?

Simon: What if I talk to you and you talk to mom and dad.

Matt: What if you talk to me and then you talk to mom and dad.

Simon: What if I talk to you and then you talk to mom and dad before I talk to them?

Matt: Okay, I could do that. It's okay, Simon, tell me what's going on.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Hey, hey, how was your day?

Eric: Well, I didn't get any phone calls from the school. Did you get any notes from the school?

Annie: 'Fraid so.

Eric: Well, what, what did they do this time.

Annie: (laughs)

Annie: They tried to show a girl a mouse... the mouse ran away... they ran away... they got lost... teacher found them... the end.

Eric: Well, at least they didn't hit anyone or hug anyone.

Annie: But now they want a mouse. I said no... but maybe.

Eric: Where's Simon?

Annie: Around... Matt went to find him.

Eric: I've been running every conversation I've had with him for the last twenty-four hours through my mind and... I don't feel good about any of them. I sound like my dad. I sound like every dad who's about to kill a relationship with a son because he won't do the right thing. "Do as I say or I won't give you any money".

Annie: Same thing here. I don't feel good about anything I've said to him. I mean, no wonder he doesn't want to talk to us.

Eric: Well, I don't know if we should be so quick to blame ourselves for all of this. Simon's get some of the responsibility as well.

Annie: Maybe he's just hoping he'll get kicked out of the house, so we won't know he's on probation.

Eric: Maybe...

Annie: Ah, well, Kevin called; he wants to have steaks on the grill. He asked Lucy out but she wants all of us to eat together. I think they have something they want to tell us.

Eric: Think they found a new house?

Annie: No, I think they had a doctor's appointment today and I think that we're going to find out if we're going to have a granddaughter or a grandson.

Eric: I can't believe we're grandparents.

Annie: Neither can I, Grandpa.

Eric: Grandma...

Matt: Hey, look at that, you two, still in love after all these years. That's everyone wants... to be in love, get married, have children, grandchildren... or no children.

Annie: Are you and Sarah starting a family?

Matt: No, no, no, Sarah and I aren't starting a family until we get out of school. Here's the thing... sometimes people who are in love aren't married and don't want to get married. Sometimes they're in love and just want to be with each other. Sometimes they're not even in love and they just want to be with each other... especially teenagers. I mean, I, I, see it every day. You know, girls thirteen, fourteen, findin' out they're pregnant; the father's just some guy they liked or hooked up with. Yeah, the statistics really are surprisingly high. Who, more than half of teenagers will have had sex by the age seventeen and by the age of eighteen, 65% of girls and 68% of guys have had sex.

Eric: I'm familiar with the statistics, so...?

Matt: Well, if you talk to these teenagers, the teenagers who are sexually active, they wanna talk to their parents, but they feel like they can't. And a lot of them are confused or hurt or scared... even when the parents are good parents, even when they've talked to their children about sex all their lives, some kids feel like they can't say anything, because the parents don't want to hear it. I know a lot of parents really don't want to know if their daughter or their son is sexually active, even though the signs are all there.

Eric: Please tell me you haven't been to the Chapel of Renewed Faith for classes.

Annie: Have you?

Matt: Let me just review for you. Simon is with a young woman one day after Cecilia breaks up with him.

Eric/Annie: She broke up with him?

Matt: That's not the point. That's part of the point. Mom, you saw Simon come downstairs out his room with a woman in the middle of the afternoon and try to sneak out of the house.

Annie: And I asked him if they had been having sex.

Matt: Yeah, and he didn't answer you. He and Georgia got a room at a hotel. He spent the night out with her. He's spent lots of nights out with her, that's why he's on disciplinary probation.

Eric: Exactly what are you trying to say?

Matt: I'm trying to say that Simon is waiting to talk to you, and you're not going to like what he has to say, but he needs to talk and you need to listen, and someone needs to help him.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: Well, that was fun. I can't wait to put on clothes that actually fit and I can't we just to tell everyone.

Kevin: I'm sorry I fainted.

Lucy: It's okay.

Kevin: I was just overwhelmed, but I don't worry, I intend to be there for every second of the delivery.

Lucy: I'm sure you'll be fine. Thanks for making this a family celebration.

Kevin: Thanks for changing your mind.

Lucy: I'll go change.

Camden's House - Backyard

Ruthie: It's nice to have you home. I wish you and Sarah lived here.

Matt: Ah, maybe we'll eventually move back to Glenoak and start a practice here.

Ruthie: By then, I'll be gone. I'll be in college.

Matt: Promise...?

Ruthie: What...?

Matt: Promise you're going to college... promise you're gonna to finish college... promise you're gonna start a career, then get married, then have children.

Ruthie: That's not what you did. That's not what Mary did. That's not what Lucy did.

Matt: You don't have to do what any of us did.

Ruthie: Maybe I want to.

Matt: My point is you don't have to. You can do things differently; you can live your life the way you want to live it. You should make your decisions based on what you want out of life; do what it is to your benefit.

Ruthie: And you think your plan is to my benefit.

Matt: Yeah, I do... but maybe you have your own plan. It's really important to have a plan.

Ruthie: I think what you're trying to tell me is that it is important for me to have a plan to wait to have sex until I'm married.

Matt: Yeah, I would like to know that that's your plan.

Ruthie: Any plan that keeps me from having the conversation that I'm sure is going on in the living room right now is a plan I'd like to live by. Thanks.

Matt: Thanks for...?

Ruthie: For talking to me like I'm an adult.

Matt: Ah, a young adult... you're not an adult yet.

Ruthie: You know you're starting to take on a voice of authority, Dr. Camden.

Matt: Am I?

Ruthie: Yeah and as funny as it sounds, it kinda suits you.

Matt: Hey, any news?

Ruthie: Any news than you went shopping. You look great.

Martin: So, girl or boy?

Sam: Are we uncles?

David: Or aunts?

Lucy: We're waiting for dad and Simon and mom's finishing up something in the kitchen.

Matt: Where she can hear what's going on in the living room.

Martin: Ah, it could be a long wait.

Lucy: We're waiting.

Camden's House - Living Room

Eric: I understand that you thought it would be difficult to tell me, but wasn't it more difficult for you to live this way?

Simon: It wasn't at first. At first it was great. Then it got less great and I started feeling lousy and guilty, and I really just don't want to be with Georgia.

Eric: Then why did you start going out with her again just yesterday?

Simon: I don't know I ran into her. You know, she, she's kind of... persuasive.

Eric: No, no, no, let's, let's, let's put your mistakes off on the power of a women's seduction and your inability to control yourself.

Simon: Okay, sorry.

Eric: So you and she spent so much time out of the dorm and cut so many classes to be together that you actually got on probation. What?

Simon: You told me not to say anything about being seduced or out of control.

Eric: All right, all right, Simon, I don't like what you've been doing and it's really difficult to believe that after growing up in this family you could just so easily abandon what you've been taught and what I think you believe, but I, I, do love you, son, I do. I hate want you've been doing, but I love you.

Simon: So what do I have to do... about Georgia? You know, I, I have to break up with her, right?

Eric: Your priorities seem a little... off. Are you more concerned with breaking up with your girlfriend or getting your life back on track?

Simon: I think I need to break up with Georgia first, then... maybe I can start getting my life back on track.

Eric: How about the first thing you do is ask God's forgiveness, and the second thing you do is make a commitment to yourself not to have sex again until you're married. Just a suggestion... this isn't an easy conversation for you or me. I'm thinking that maybe we started in the wrong place. When you, when you got to school you did go to therapy and try work out your feelings about the car accident, right?

Simon: What does this have to do with that?

Eric: Oh, everything. You told me you were going to therapy. You stopped going?

Simon: No, I went... once. I got distracted.

Eric: Sometimes when you don't deal with an emotional issue when you keep your feelings buried, they, they, they reemerge in other areas... say your relationships with other people.

Simon: I'm not following... I'm trying, Dad, I just, I don't understand what you're saying.

Eric: Is it possible son, that you were so desperately trying to avoid your guilt, grief over the young man that was killed in the car accident, that you involved yourself in a relationship and, and kept yourself so busy that you didn't think about things that were really bothering you.

Simon: No...

Eric: I know that on intellectual level that you understand that you're not at fault for the accident, but...

Simon: No, Dad, I said no, okay. The accident was a long time ago, I'm over it.

Eric: Tell me what you need me to do for you right now, Simon. How would you like me to help you?

Simon: I need you to help me by telling me that you understand. That I'm just like every other eighteen-year-old guy, Dad. I need you to tell me, you want me to be safe and reasonable. That just because I slept with Georgia doesn't mean I have to stay with Georgia. I want you to tell me you're on my side, Dad; I need you to be on my side. To say that... what was right for you may not be right for me. Say what I did was okay and if it's not okay that ah, it's understandable.

Eric: I'm on your side... in that I want to help you... that might be the best that I can do from that list right now and I do hope that you've been safe and responsible.

Simon: Of course.

Eric: Well, that's something. You are different from other eighteen-year-old guys. You're not the type of guy that can just go from casual relationship to casual relationship, but for no other reason than you have more than a casual relationship with Christ. Hasn't the past year taught you that, if nothing else, that sex outside of marriage is complicated and filled with confusion, guilt, even pain?

Simon: Yes...maybe it'll get better, you know.

Eric: Hmmm, I doubt it. Simon, would you be willing to see a therapist here, have a few sessions and then sit down and talk with your mother and me again? 'Cause I'm not gonna just send you back to school for more of the same. It... because ah, soon or later I think you'd have bigger problems then just, just dumping Georgia.

Simon: I'm not going to therapy, Dad.

Eric: Would you think about it?

Simon: Yeah, sure, I'll think about it.

Eric: Good, you think and I'll pray. We'll see what happens. Thanks for talking. Everything's gonna be okay.

Simon: Yeah, until we have this conversation with mom. We'll talk to her together.

Camden's House - Backyard

Ruthie: Okay, let's have it, we're hungry.

Lucy/Kevin: It's a girl.

Annie: Oh, it's a girl. Oh, baby.

Happy: (barks) 

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