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#903 : La passion de Lucy

Lucy s'inquiète car elle ne sait pas trop ce qu'elle va dire pendant son cours sur l'abstinence mais elle est très heureuse quand son père lui annonce qu'elle est désormais pasteur associée et qu'elle pourra bientôt prononcer son premier sermon. Durant le rendez-vous de Simon chez son psychologue le docteur Gibson, il confesse qu'il a utilisé sa relation avec Georgia pour bloquer la culpabilité qu'il ressent toujours depuis le tragique accident. Ruthie tombe amoureuse d'Harry, un garçon qu'elle rencontre en retenue, malgré les conseils de Martin. Harry vit dans un orphelinat. 


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Titre VO
The song of Lucy

Titre VF
La passion de Lucy

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Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman) et Harry (Aaron Carter)

Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman) et Harry (Aaron Carter)

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Lucy (Beverly Mitchell) et Eric (Stephen Collins)

Lucy (Beverly Mitchell) et Eric (Stephen Collins)

Simon (David Gallagher) et Georgia (Rheagan Wallace)

Simon (David Gallagher) et Georgia (Rheagan Wallace)

Lucy joué joué par Beverly Mitchell

Lucy joué joué par Beverly Mitchell

Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman) et Harry (Aaron Carter)

Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman) et Harry (Aaron Carter)

Kevin joué par Georges Stults

Kevin joué par Georges Stults

Eric Camden joué Stephen Collins

Eric Camden joué Stephen Collins

Sam et david  (Lorenzo et Nikolas Brino) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Sam et david (Lorenzo et Nikolas Brino) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

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Écrit par : Sue Tenney
Réalisé par : Joel J. Feigenbaum

Avec : Rheagan Wallace (Georgia) 

Guests :

  • Kristin Bryant ..... Fille au cours
  • Aaron Carter ..... Harry
  • David Piel ..... Docteur Bob Gibson

Camden's House - Backyard - Dream Sequence

Lucy: Well, I was born a coal miner's daughter in a cabin on a hill in Butcher Holler. We were poor but we had love, that's the one thing daddy made sure of... he shoveled coal to make a poor man's dollar. Yeah, I'm proud to be a coal's miner's daughter. I remember well, the well where I drew water. The work we done was hard... at night we'd sleep, 'cause we were tired. I never thought I'd ever leave Butcher Holler.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment - Present Time

Lucy: You okay? Kevin... are you all right?

Kevin: (sighs)

Kevin: I'm fine.

Lucy: You don't seem fine.

Kevin: (sighs)

Kevin: I was just having a dream.

Lucy: It seems more like a nightmare.

Kevin: Really, I'm fine.

Lucy: Okay...

Kevin: What...?

Lucy: Well, hey, since you're up...

Kevin: Steak again...?

Lucy: It's the middle of the night. How about steak and eggs?

Kevin: It sounds delicious.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: Hey, I was just gonna call for you, your breakfast is almost ready.

Simon: No, thanks.

Eric: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Simon: Ah, just the same, I like to keep it light.

Eric: Juice, juice is good and, and good for you.

Simon: Dad, I'm going.

Eric: I know you're going, that's why I wanted to send you off with a hearty breakfast.

Simon: Would you stop. Dad, I don't need a hearty breakfast to go see a therapist. And by the way, I said I'd talk to a therapist, I didn't say after I talked to a therapist I would see things your way.

Eric: I'm just happy to see you making an effort... to see things my way.

Simon: Dad...

Eric: Just kidding... kind of... anyway, when you're ready, your mother and I would love to sit down and talk to you.

Simon: Yeah, you've mentioned that a few times. Just remember all therapy, including my therapy is confidential.

Eric: I would never want to know what you discuss in therapy, unless of course you want me to know.

Simon: I don't.

Eric: So... how's Georgia?

Simon: I don't know. We... ah, broke up.

Eric: Well, I'm sorry... I guess.

Simon: Okay, I'm not having this conversation with you right now.

Ruthie: Let's talk.

Eric: Something tells me I'm gonna need coffee for this.

Ruthie: So, I met this guy in detention. He's really nice, but everyone thinks he's a bad guy just because he was in detention.

Eric: So, maybe you should be friends with him to let people know he's not a bad guy, if he's not a bad guy.

Ruthie: You realize everyone thinks I'm a bad girl because I was in detention... and because Matt, Mary, Lucy and Simon were in school before me.

Eric: I feel for you, but I don't get your point.

Ruthie: Well, I haven't quite gotten around to my point.

Eric: Which is...?

Ruthie: I think I'm ready to date. So, it's okay if I go out with Harry? That's his name, Harry. Just think about it, okay?

Eric: Yeah, ah, ah...

Ruthie: Ah... no thanks. I'm gonna get my lunch at school. That's what Harry does.

Eric: Oh...

Ruthie: Tell Martin I'll wait for him out in the car.

Martin: I got the boys dress today.

Eric: I can tell.

David: We're going to be baseball players when we grow up.

Sam: Or preachers.

David: Or baseball players who are preachers.

Sam: Or preachers who are baseball players.

Eric: Well, you can be anything you want.

Sam: Then we wanna be baseball players.

David: Not preachers. No thanks.

Sam: We want school food today.

David: Mom gave us money.

Eric: Oh, I see, well, I thought that she didn't make lunches, she forgot, so I made the lunches.

Sam: That was wrong thinking.

David: You were incorrect. Bye...

Martin: Are you okay, Reverend Camden?

Eric: Rough morning.

Martin: So you heard about Harry?

Eric: Do you know Ruthie's friend from detention?

Martin: No, but I've seen the two of them in the hall together... and I don't like what I see.

Eric: What do you see?

Martin: I see a kid I think is good enough for Ruthie, and if you don't mind I'm gonna keep an eye on the situation.

Eric: Well, if, if you want.

Martin: Thanks anyway.

Eric: School food for you, too?

Martin: I didn't know you made the lunches.

Eric: But I did.

Martin: It's not that your lunches aren't as good as Mrs. Camden's... but... okay, your lunch aren't as good as Mrs. Camden's. Bye...

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: What...?

Kevin: What... what?

Lucy: Why are you staring at me?

Kevin: Was I staring?

Lucy: Yes... is there something wrong?

Kevin: No, everything's great. How's school going?

Lucy: School's great.

Kevin: You're gonna graduate like you planned?

Lucy: Far as I know, why?

Kevin: Just asking. How's work going at the church?

Lucy: I'm just getting started really, but it's fine. I'm working on my first official duty, putting the teen class together.

Kevin: The abstinence thing?

Lucy: Not exactly... if all you had to do was tell teens not to have sex, and we wouldn't need the class down at the church.

Kevin: You need to tell then more than once; they may not hear it the first time. I don't know I'm just trying to helpful.

Lucy: Okay...

Kevin: Speaking of kids, how many you thinking you wanna have? One, two... ten?

Lucy: Ten?

Kevin: You don't want to have ten, do you?

Lucy: Why don't we just see how things go with the first one, and then we can take it from there.

Kevin: (sighs)

Kevin: Good idea.

Lucy: Are you sure you should be going to work today? You didn't sleep well last night, and you're acting kinda nutty.

Kevin: I'll be fine and I know you need the apartment to work on your... work.

Lucy: I love how you always support me in everything I always do.

Kevin: I'm your husband.

Lucy: Yes, you are. Now get out.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Did you see Sam and David... oh, didn't they look cute?

Eric: Yeah, cute...

Annie: What's wrong?

Eric: Ruthie wants to date.

Annie: Harry... he sounds like a nice guy.

Eric: Did she tell you where she met Harry?

Annie: Just remember that Ruthie met Harry in detention because she herself was in detention.

Eric: Yeah, but some kids who are in detention are there for a reason and I don't want them dating my daughter and isn't she too young to date.

Annie: Oh, Lucy was thirteen when she started dating. Ruthie is gonna be fifteen this year. She's growing up.

Eric: Whose side are you on?

Annie: Ruthie's...

Eric: Traitor. Have you spoken to Simon?

Annie: (sighs)

Annie: I know you did. Oh, don't ruin this therapy thing, please.

Eric: I'm not ruining anything. I just, just made him breakfast, which he didn't eat.

Annie: Simon has agreed to go and talk to a therapist. That's enough for right now. He'll talk to us when he's ready to talk to us.

Eric: Yeah, and if he's never ready to talk to us?

Annie: Well, then I guess we'll have to accept that. Simon has to solve his own problems. All we can do is be there if and when he needs us.

Eric: Do you actually believe anything you're saying?

Annie: Not yet, but maybe if I say it enough times, I will.

High School - Hallway

Ruthie: Look, I'll let you know when I want a kiss, okay?

Martin: No, I'll let you know when she wants a kiss.

Ruthie: Martin...

Martin: Look, I think you should take your lips and keep moving down the hall.

Harry: I'm Harry. You must be Martin... baseball player, right?

Martin: I know who you are. Just move along.

Harry: I'll see you later, Ruthie.

Martin: Don't bet on it. We need to talk.

Ruthie: I'll let you know when I wanna talk, okay? It was just a kiss.

Martin: A kiss you didn't want, right?

Ruthie: Yeah, and I told Harry that. I don't need a bodyguard; I can take care of myself.

Martin: You don't even know him. You met him in detention... doesn't that tell you anything?

Ruthie: Yeah, it tells me he's a nice guy who made a mistake that landed him in detention, and you know what, I'm a nice girl that made a mistake that landed me in detention. So, if you're gonna judge him based on the detention gig, then you'll just have to judge me the same way.

Dr. Gibson's Office

Simon: Well, you've lost some weight.

Dr. Gibson: Well, I'm back in the single world.

Dr. Gibson: (laughs)

Dr. Gibson: So what's going on with you... just visiting?

Simon: Yeah, kinda, and I don't have a problem.

Dr. Gibson: Okay...

Simon: Yeah, I'm only here for my parents. They, they threatened to stop paying for school if I didn't come to see you.

Dr. Gibson: Ah, interesting... you're not hear to borrow money, are you?

Simon: No, no... but, I mean, I really, really don't have a reason to be here. I'm seeing this girl, this woman... Georgia and um, we're close, but when my mom and dad found out how close Georgia and I were, they got upset.

Dr. Gibson: That you're having sex.

Simon: Right... right, I mean I don't have a problem with that. I mean, that's my mom and dad's problem.

Simon: (sighs)

Simon: So, I came, we talked, can I go?

Dr. Gibson: If you want... sure. Look, Simon, I'm here to help, but apparently don't need any help... good for you. I usually take today off, so this actually works fine for me. Hey, good luck to you on finding your college money.

Simon: Perfect...thanks, doc. Take care, okay.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: I thought you left for work.

Eric: I'm working from home today. I wanted to talk to you about Sunday. I think you should give the sermon.

Lucy: Me...

Eric: I was gonna introduce you to the congregation as the new associate pastor and tell them about your course and then I was thinking, well, it's your course, you should tell everyone. As long as you're up there why not give the sermon, too. I could use a break... the congregation could use a break and I, I know how much you want dive in... so...

Lucy: Really...?

Eric: Wait... is this, this too much... too fast... the class, the sermon, the new job?

Lucy: No, I can handle it.

Eric: I'm sure you can...

Lucy: (nods)

Eric: ...but if you need any help...

Lucy: I can handle it.

Camden's House - Backyard

Eric: Hello...

Georgia: I brought over some literature and pamphlets for Lucy's new class. Simon told me about it and I think it's great that you're trying mass exodus of teens from your church. So, will there be a whole series or just the one class that tells everyone not to have sex?

Eric: You're, you're welcome to come to church on Sunday and find out the details yourself. Lucy is gonna be giving the sermon and she'll be talking about the class.

Georgia: Thanks... maybe I'll go with Simon. Is Simon around? Is there something wrong?

Eric: I thought you and Simon broke up last week.

Georgia: Who told you we broke up?

Eric: Simon...

Georgia: (laughs)

Georgia: Oh, you must have misunderstood him.

Eric: Yeah, I must've.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Martin: Are you okay?

Eric: I just saw Ruthie drive by in a convertible.

Martin: With...?

Eric: With some boy I don't know.

Martin: Harry...

Eric: I, I don't know what Harry looks like.

Martin: Tall, blonde and no good.

Eric: I don't know about the last part, but ah, this kid was tall and blonde. I thought you said you were going to keep any eye on her.

Martin: I was.

Eric: Oh well, if you were keeping an eye on her, how did she end up in a car with some tall, blonde kid I don't know?

Martin: She said she was riding home with a friend. She never said the friend was Harry.

Eric: Oh...

Martin: What... I'm new at this.

Dr. Gibson's Office

Simon: Was that session we had earlier was that supposed to be helpful to me?

Dr. Gibson: You said you didn't need my help.

Simon: No, I said I didn't have a problem.

Dr. Gibson: Right... and if you don't have a problem then you don't need my help.

Simon: So you think I have a problem.

Dr. Gibson: It doesn't matter what I think.

Simon: Lots of kids have sex.

Dr. Gibson: Yah, so I've heard.

Simon: I know what you're thinking. You're thinking that the problem that I say I don't have that you think I have has something to do with the accident I had last summer. Well, it doesn't. Mean, how could my having sex possibly have anything to do with me accidentally killing someone... hum? I don't even think about that accident anymore. So, maybe I think about it sometimes, but like it doesn't upset me, okay?

Dr. Gibson: Are you sure about that? Because you're talking about the accident now and you seem kinda of upset. I have the rest of the afternoon free.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Lucy: How long have I been asleep?

Eric: I don't know I just got here.

Lucy: I can't sleep, I've got some much to do... are those chocolate chip cookies?

Eric: Your mother just baked those for ya'. Thought you might be hungry, so I brought them up.

Eric: What...?

Lucy: Cookies... right... you're here because you think I need help with my sermon and my class.

Eric: That's not true...

Lucy: Huh-uh...

Eric: But since I'm here...

Lucy: I told you I can handle it. I've got it all under control.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Ruthie: Hi...

Eric: Hello...

Ruthie: Where's mom?

Eric: She's picking up Sam and David.

Ruthie: They're still at school?

Eric: Well, they have a play date after school. Apparently, they're not the only member of the family who's making new friends. Hummm... you're not goin' anywhere. We need to talk.

Ruthie: About...?

Eric: You, in car, with a boy I don't know.

Ruthie: Harry, I told you about him.

Eric: Yes, you did and I don't remember giving you permission to date Harry or anyone else, yet.

Back Door: (knocking)

Eric: Don't even try it.

Harry: Hi, ah, Ruthie left this in my car. I'm Harry.

Eric: Well, hello, Harry.

Harry: How do you do that?

Eric: Do what?

Harry: Sound friendly and unfriendly at the same time.

Eric: It's one of the many skills I have developed over the years being the father of three daughters. Why don't you come in, Harry, so we can talk.

Harry: There it is again, friendly yet unfriendly.

Eric: We can talk in the dining room.

Harry: Why, why can't we talk here?

Eric: I wanna talk to you alone.

Harry: Is this good or bad?

Ruthie: (shrugs)

Ruthie: Good luck... Hey, while you're busy interrogating my friend, what am I supposed to do?

Eric: Talk these up to Lucy. Ah, she needs to keep up her strength while see works. I took some earlier, but you know how it is, she's eating for two now.

Ruthie: Don't kid yourself, Dad. Lucy's eating for a family of five with two dogs.

Camden's House - Dining Room

Eric: Okay, what are you in detention for?

Harry: Ah, no chit-chat?

Eric: No, no, what'd you do?

Harry: Ah, I parked my car in the teacher's spot... after some of my friends and I moved the teacher's car... and then we forgot to tell her where we moved her car. It's was kinda funny actually.

Eric: Funny... how?

Harry: It was the first day of school. It was just a stupid old-fashioned prank... made easier of course by today's smaller cars. Mrs. Butler drives a Mini Cooper.

Eric: Hmmm...

Harry: I know it was wrong. It was funny, but wrong.

Eric: So when you and your friends were moving Mrs. Butler's car, you knew it was wrong?

Harry: Well, it kinda of hit me latter... in detention.

Eric: How old are you?

Harry: Sixteen...

Eric: So, that was your car, the one you were driving my daughter around in?

Harry: Actually, it's a friend's. I borrowed it. I wanted to give Ruthie a ride home today, so I needed a car.

Eric: Borrowed, as in the owner of the car knows you borrowed it, or doesn't know you borrowed it?

Harry: I'm not a car thief.

Eric: Actually, you are an admitted car their.

Harry: More of a prankster, don't you think?

Eric: Humm...

Harry: Listen, um, I really like Ruthie.

Eric: So do I, which is why I'm, not comfortable with the idea of you too... dating.

Harry: (sighs)

Harry: Well, would it make a difference, sir, if I told you I was under the care of Social Services? I'm living in a County facility, so you can see I need a laugh every now and then and it'd also be nice to have a girlfriend, too.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Ruthie: So, which way are gonna go? Your sermon, your class for teens at church... which way are gonna go?

Lucy: I'm, not sure I'm comfortable talking to you about this.

Ruthie: But, I'm a teen... a teen girl. Isn't that who you wanna talk to, to reach?

Lucy: Yeah, but you're my sister... it's different.

Ruthie: Hey, I'm gonna be fifteen in a few months and according to this pamphlet; I am way behind the national curve.

Lucy: I can't talk to you about this, okay?

Ruthie: Well, you're gonna have to get over that if you're going to address whole congregation on Sunday. I won't be only teen girl in the audience.

Lucy: Why are you here?

Ruthie: Dad's interrogating my new boyfriend, Harry. He's cute... I really like him.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Sam: We were at out new friend's house.

Eric: Oh... boy or girl?

David: We don't like girls.

Sam: Ewww...

Eric: Good boys. Ah, I'm not sure about Harry.

Annie: Why, because he was in detention. Ruthie was in detention. We all make mistakes.

Eric: Yeah but, I don't want to allow them to date then realize we've made a mistake.

Annie: It'll be okay.

Eric: Did you know Simon and Georgia are still dating?

Annie: No...

Eric: Simon looked me in the eye this morning and lied. He told me they broke up. What...?

Annie: Oh, maybe that's out fault.

Eric: Come again?

Annie: Do you think he lied to us about Georgia because he wanted to lie or because he doesn't feel he can tell us the truth? Simon needs to feel free to tell us anything, and it is our job to make him feel comfortable enough to do just that.

Eric: You're really working on this new attitude, aren't you?

Annie: One of us has to.

Eric: Well, I'm glad it's you. I'm, I'm just not quite ready.

Dr. Gibson's Office

Dr. Gibson: So, is it fun... being with Georgia?

Simon: Yeah, sure.

Dr. Gibson: And you feel happy about the relationship? Do you love her?

Simon: Not exactly...

Dr. Gibson: So, you don't love her.

Simon: You don't have to be in love to have sex.

Dr. Gibson: AH, well, to have a healthy sexual relationship... where both parties feel safe and free to be intimate, yes, you do. Ah, let's talk about something else.

Simon: Not the accident.

Dr. Gibson: No, not the accident... not Georgia... let's talk about school and how you found yourself on disciplinary probation.

Simon: I missed a couple of classes. I mean, I took all the tests, I got straight A's.

Dr. Gibson: So, when you didn't go to class, what did you do?

Simon: I just, I hung out with Georgia. You know, we did things and...

Dr. Gibson: Sometimes... class was boring?

Simon: Yeah, I mean, I was bored, you know.

Dr. Gibson: And did you find your mind wandering a bit when you were bored?

Simon: Yeah...

Dr. Gibson: And when your mind wandered, where did it go?

Simon: I just wanted to be with someone who didn't make me think all the time, you know. And when um, I was with Georgia I, I didn't have to think.

Dr. Gibson: So you threw yourself into the relationship with Georgia so you could silence your inner voice? And what was that inner voice saying to you? It's okay, whatever you say in here, stays in here, it's just between you and me.

Simon: I guess my inner voice was saying I'm already gong to hell anyway for killing a guy so I might as well have sex. I killed someone. I committed the greatest sin that there is. I took a life away, you know, I mean, yeah, it was an accident, but somebody's dead. So it doesn't matter what I do anymore, you know, what does it matter I have sex? If you were me and you could be with a beautiful woman or spend every day and night having those kinda of thoughts, you know, what would you choose? Yeah, yeah, you know I had a sexual relationship with Georgia, so I could forget that I killed someone, because I thought that I was no good. Wow, yeah, I did, I did, didn't I? Sorry, I just never said any of this aloud before. I'm insane, I'm insane aren't I?

Dr. Gibson: Oh, I can assure you you are not insane.

Camden's House - Eric's Office

Lucy: Okay, don't help me, but maybe just point me in the right direction. I'm lost... I, I don't know where to start.

Eric: Just look in the mirror, Luce. Just look in the mirror.

Lucy: Just look in the mirror...?


Simon: We need to talk.

Georgia: That sounds serious.

Simon: It is serious.

Georgia: You're breaking up with me again, aren't you?

Simon: You broke up with me.

Georgia: Oh, right. Are you breaking up with me?

Simon: (nods)

Georgia: Because your parents are upset about our being together?

Simon: No, because I'm upset about our being together. Look, I shouldn't have gotten back together with you after I broke up with Cecilia and... I shouldn't have gotten together with you at all when we were at school. I wasn't ready to be with myself, let alone someone else... I'm really sorry about that.

Georgia: So you're still in love with Cecilia?

Simon: No, no, this has nothing to do with Cecilia. Has to do with me and I don't want to hurt you when I say this, but I, I don't think I'm in love with you.

Georgia: That's okay, I'm not sure I'm in love with you either, but maybe we'll end up in love with each other. And if, you know, we both understand what's going on... then nobody gets hurt, right?

Simon: No... no, I'm just beginning to understand what's going on... with me and I wanna understand me, before I get involved with you... or anyone else.

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room

Eric: Dinner will be ready soon.

Ruthie: Well...?

Eric: Harry is interesting and your mother and I aren't saying that you can't date him, but we're also not saying that you can date him.

Ruthie: And all this double talk means...?

Eric: Ah, your mother and I both feel that we'd like to get to know Harry a little more before you two officially started going out, and it would be nice if he was out of detention, too.

Ruthie: Translation...?

Eric: It means you and Harry can hang out around out around the house. Give us all a chance to get to know each other a little more, and if all goes well, we, I... I might not be opposed to the two of you... dating.

Ruthie: Okay, I can live with that.

Eric: Did you know Harry is living in County facility.

Ruthie: Yeah, I know.

Eric: Harry told me he's been bounced from one foster home to another home; he's waiting to get another family.

Ruthie: Yeah, it's not Harry's fault. They just keep putting him with lousy families. But Harry always makes the best out of a bad situation. That's one of the things I like about it.

Eric: Yeah, it seems a shame that there isn't a couple out there, or person who could make a difference and give him a foster home or just adopt him and give him a permanent home.

Ruthie: Wait, you're not going to adopt Harry just do I can't date him, are you?

Eric: No, no, but maybe I can find someone else who can.

Ruthie: Just as long as it is not a blood relative, great.

Eric: You really like him, don't ya'.

Ruthie: I do...

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Kevin: What are you doin'?

Lucy: Why do you love me?

Kevin: You don't look to me to make you happy. You take responsibility for your own happiness. You know who you are, and what you believe. It's sexy, very attractive. And I could sense from the very beginning you were never looking for anyone to define you, tell you who you should be and what you should do. I guess I feel in the love with the fact that you loved yourself so much, if you know what I mean.

Lucy: Yeah, I think I do what you mean.

Kevin: And I love that even though I have more than enough money and you could just stay at home ad raise our children, you want to work, you want to give something to the world as well as me and our family.

Lucy: Thanks. Did you hear, dad asked me to give the sermon on Sunday?

Kevin: That's great. Do you know what you're gonna talk about... for your sermon?

Lucy: Yeah, I finally do know what I'm going to talk about, and that's the good news.

Kevin: Is there bad news?

Lucy: I need the apartment to write it down before I lose my train of thought.

Kevin: See you.

Lucy: I don't want to kick you out.

Kevin: You aren't, I'm leaving. I'll go grab a burger at the pool hall.

Lucy: I love you.

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room / Promenade

Phone: (rings)

Ruthie: Hello...?

Harry: Hey, Ruthie... I'm waiting for my friend to come and pick up his car and drop me off.

Ruthie: I'm called you called. Do you have any plans on Sunday?

Harry: No...

Ruthie: Do you want to come to church with me?

Harry: I'd love to go to church with you.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Oh, you're just in time, we're having stuffed pork chops... you're favorite.

Simon: Aren't you guys going to ask me about therapy with Dr. Gibson? I've been there all day, on and off.

Eric: We've been talking, and your mother and I agree that maybe we need to change how we respond to all this change in your life. Maybe then you won't feel it necessary to not tell us what's going on in your life and... who you're dating.

Simon: I'm sorry about lying about Georgia. I did break up with her though; it was like an hour ago. We talked and decided that maybe it's best if we get to know ourselves a bit more, before continuing our relationship.

Eric: So, Dr. Gibson helped?

Simon: With things I didn't even know I needed help with. I'm not ready to talk about anything yet, but I am sorry for disappointing you both, and I'm sorry for disappointing myself.

Annie: Oh, you didn't disappoint anyone, Simon. We love you; we just want you to be happy.

Simon: Well, I gonna cram a few more appointments in with Dr. Gibson, and I have a referral for a therapist at my college... that is if I'm able to go back to school, even, even if I can't really afford it without your help.

Eric: When you're in the trenches fighting for your son's life, you grab what ever weapon you have handy.

Simon: Like threatening not to pay tuition?

Eric: I already wrote the check, less your scholarship. And hey, if you go to all your classes this year, maybe you can get a full scholarship.

Simon: Just so we're clear, I'm not promising to never have sex until I'm married. But I do promise that if and when I do decide to have sex again, I'm gonna use better judgment and I'll be more emotionally ready.

Annie: I'm not happy, but it's a step in the right direction.

Eric: We'll just take a wait and see policy with everything, I guess. Simon...

Annie: You're our son and we will always love you, no matter what.

Eric: Always...

Simon: Thanks...

Annie: (sighs)

Annie: Things are getting better. They're not great, but they're getting better.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Georgia: Hi...

Simon: We were just talking.

Eric: Well, in the future, perhaps, you could do your talking in one of the many common rooms available in the house. Might I suggest the living room?

Simon: Okay...

Georgia: I'll wait for you outside.

See you in church.

Simon: Georgia is coming to our church today. She wants to hear Lucy's sermon.

Eric: What's going on?

Simon: We were just were talking about the possibility of um, having a relationship... without being so physical.

Eric: Oh...

Simon: See, we never really got a chance to know each other and we, we thought what the heck let's give it a shot. You know, I missed her, she missed me.

Eric: You missed her. You, you just saw her two days ago.

Simon: I really don't know if I love her, and we really don't have anything in common... but what can I say, she makes me laugh.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Back Door: (knocking)

Harry: Can I come in?

Martin: I guess you can. I'm not sure I like you or that I want you dating Ruthie, but I guess if Reverend and Mrs. Camden can give you a chance, I can, too.

Harry: I guess I can give you a chance, too.

Eric: Harry...

Harry: Reverend Camden...

Ruthie: Harry, this is my mom.

Harry: Oh, wow, I see where Ruthie gets her good looks from... nice.

Annie: I just came down for the boys' shirts and now that I have them, I'm gonna be heading upstairs. Hum, would you like to come by the house after church for lunch?

Harry: Thanks, I'd love to.

Eric: Well, I want to check on Lucy, so, I'll just be off.

Ruthie: Can Harry drive me to church.

Eric: No...

Martin: I'll drive you both to church.

Ruthie: Great, but we're seating in the back seat.

Martin: You really like this guy?

Ruthie: Yeah, I do... and just for the record, you don't have to take care of me. I'm almost fifteen, so you don't have to do the whole big-brother-protection stuff... but when you do act like my brother, I do kinda like it and I like you. I'm glad you're here.

Martin: Thanks...

Glenoak Community Church

Eric: I just want to make sure you're okay. It's a big day.

Lucy: What do you think?

Eric: I think I haven't been more proud to be your father since the day I first held you in the hospital.

Lucy: Dad, don't make me cry. I don't want to look like a raccoon when I give my sermon. I can't actually believe I'm actually the associate pastor. This is my dream. You made my dreams come true.

Eric: Nah, you made your dreams come true. You did it... and like I said, I couldn't be more proud.

Lucy: When my father asked my of I'd be willing to start a class here at church for all our teens who want a safe place to discuss sex, I told him I'd do it, but in two conditions. The class had to have more to offer teens then just an adult, an associate pastor, well me, telling them not to have sex until marriage and for now, I just wanted to offer the class to all the young girls in the church... but don't worry guys, I'm coming after you, too.

Congregation: (laughs)

Lucy: So, what do I wanna tell, or better yet, what do I have to offer teen girls who are being faced with a very adult choice of should I or shouldn't I have sex? And I started thinking about the woman from the Song of Solomon, who like many other women in the Bible is unnamed. She is called only Shulamite Woman, which basically tells us about her region of origin. We don't know her name, but we do know she knows who she is and that she is not ashamed of who she is. The Shulimite woman not only knows who she is, she knows what she wants, and she knows what her passion is and she goes after it. She loves who she is, and she doesn't care what anybody thinks of her, because she's strong within herself. She has self-love, self-esteem. She's in love with a man and she wants that man, but she knows and loves who she is outside of her love for that man. That is such an important point. So many of us live our lives believing that life will be better once we get a husband, or wife, or once we make money, or drive a fancy car, or buy a house... and it's no different in house school. A lot of girls think everything will be better once that cute boy asks them out, or they get invited to the cool party, or they get elected homecoming queen, or... once they have sex. So many of us make loving ourselves dependent upon something outside of ourselves, so many of us make being complete dependent upon being with someone else and being fulfilled dependent upon accomplishment. But it's not someone else's job to make us happy. It's your job to make yourself happy and to know who you are and if you don't know yourself, or love yourself, how can you expect someone else to? God wants us to know and love ourselves. He also wants us to know our purpose, our passion; those two things are connected and you cannot find your passion, if you don't know who you are. Your passion is a part of who you are already, but to know it, you must know yourself. Passion is not sex and romance; passion is what you pour into creating a life for yourself that has meaning and purpose. So I ask you, especially all you girls out there, what have you dreamt about doing? What is that thing that you've always wanted to do? I hate to say it, but as a young woman, it is very easy to get sidetracked from discovering your passion. There are actually more things that can sidetrack you and not much to inspire you. Sex can sidetrack you; a relationship with the wrong boy can sidetrack you; an unexpected pregnancy can sidetrack you... but remember the Shulimite Woman... remember what she teaches us... we cannot share our passion with others until we find it within ourselves. Whatever your passion is now is the time to experience it. Whatever your purpose is now is the time to discover it. Whatever you need now is the time to pursue it. Now is the time to accomplish it... now, right now. Your passion is that thing you love. That thing you would give anything to do, to be. What you are waiting for is already inside of you. God has already equipped us with everything we need ta live full and rich lives. It is our responsibility to make that life happen, to make our dreams happen, to find our passion and purse it. 

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