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#905 : Tous aux urnes

Alors que le jour des élections approche, Ruthie se donne pour mission de développer sa propre opinion sur la politique, après qu'elle ait vu que Martin savait beaucoup de chose à propos de la politique dans le monde. Annie et Eric se suspectent l'un et l'autre de ne pas avoir voté aux dernières élections. Lucy se sent poussée à s'inscrire au bureau de vote et elle est surprise d'apprendre que Kevin n'a pas fait changer son adresse et que donc il n'est pas inscrit non plus. Eric a du mal à faire comprendre aux jumeaux que les politiciens ne sont pas stupides. La famille reçoit un appel de Carlos avec le bébé. 


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Tous aux urnes

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Eric (Stephen Collins), Martin (Tyler Hoechlin) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Eric (Stephen Collins), Martin (Tyler Hoechlin) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Kevin (Georges Stults) et Eric (Stephen Collins)

Kevin (Georges Stults) et Eric (Stephen Collins)

Martin (Tyler Hoechlin) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Martin (Tyler Hoechlin) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

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Écrit par : Chris Olsen 
Réalisé par : Joel J. Feigenbaum 

Avec : Carlos Ponce (Carlos Rivera) 

Guests :

  • Andrew James Allen ..... Phil
  • Porscha Coleman ..... Angela
  • Adam Crosby ..... Thomas
  • Adrian Davis ..... Lewis
  • Alec Medlock ..... Bart
  • Ian Nelson .....Monty
  • Randa Sabbah ..... Jill Dupree
  • Kenneth Schmidt ..... Mark
  • John Wynn ..... Eddie

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Sam/David: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, with invisible liberty and justice for all.

Sam: How was that?

Eric: Terrific, close to being perfect, only it's indivisible not invisible with liberty and justice for all.

David: Are you sure?

Sam: What is in-di-visable?

Eric: The country can't be divided.

David: Well, the country is divided.

Eric: How so?

David: Some guys want that stupid man to be President.

Sam: And some guys want the other stupid man to be President.

Eric: Did you learn that at school?

Sam: No...

David: We learned that at home.

Eric: Martin...

Sam: No, it's on TV instead of cartoons.

Eric: The two men running for President are not stupid. It's not nice to call anyone stupid, and we, we certainly all should have all have respect for the current President as well as men running against him for President. The President has the responsibility for leading this great nation of ours.

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Eric: Good morning...

Martin: Good morning... is Ruthie ready for school?

Eric: Ah... Just...

David: (shrugs)

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Eric: I'm sure that she'll be down in a minute. Look, I was wondering if I could talk to you... again... about the election. I know there have been a couple of problems at school, where maybe you were a little overly enthusiastic in stating your opinion, and I'm wondering if it's not now spilling into our home. When you're with the twins, I'm wondering if you could talk more positively about the basic freedoms that we enjoy in this country. One of the most basic being the freedom to vote...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Eric: ...ah Martin?

Martin: Hmmm... yeah, sure...

Ruthie: I'm sorry; I still haven't finished my homework. Let's go.

Eric: What homework haven't you finished? Why didn't you tell someone you needed some help?

Ruthie: Because it's my homework and I'm responsible for not doing it.

Eric: Don't you think that should be I'm responsible for doing it? When I was in high school, I was too afraid to go to school without my homework. And back then it was...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Ruthie: Okay...

Camden's House - Stairway - Foyer

Martin: What did your dad just say to you?

Ruthie: I don't know. What was he saying to you when I came down?

Martin: I don't know.

Ruthie: Then it probably doesn't matter.

Martin: It's like I just blank out sometimes when he's talking to me.

Ruthie: Welcome to the family.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Hey, good morning.

Lucy: I'll drive the boys to school.

Annie: Thanks... have you registered yet?

Lucy: You haven't told anyone that I didn't register yet, did you?

Annie: No, but did you or not?

Lucy: I will as soon as I drop off the boys at school.

Annie: Look Lucy, there's only one week left to register, and this is your first Presidential election. It's really important especially since you're voting as a woman and a mother and a wife that you get registered you get informed, you know, you get to the polls on Election Day.

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

High School

Ruthie: Congratulations...

Mark: Oh please, he's an idiot.

Thomas: Obviously, but so is the other one.

Mark: I don't know why we're even in Iraq.

Thomas: Yeah, why even bother?

Martin: You know it's a free country; you can say what you want, unlike Iraq.

Mark: Come on, Martin, we all know you're a Hawk, but what about all the people who are dying, the innocent people?

Martin: What about the innocent people who were dying before we had anything to do with it?

Jay: Right on, dude?

Mark: I just don't want to see any more Iraqis lose their lives.

Jill: I have family in Iraq. They're very grateful to America. They say now they have hope for their children's future, something they didn't have before.

Tarik: Yeah well, I got relatives in Iraq, and they still don't have electricity where they are?

Martin: So my dad's supposed to what... protect people and put up power lines?

Bart: Why should we be concerned with getting anyone electricity? Do you know how many people in Appalachia can't pay their electric bills and don't have electricity? You don't hear them whining... and you don't see us doing to help our own country.

Phil: So what does that mean, we should only help people who only live in America.

Bart: Yeah, that's exactly what it means.

Martin: Do you think what goes on in one part of the world doesn't affect what goes on in every part of the world?

Lewis: Absolutely, so why isn't the U.S. stepping in to protect Africa? Why isn't the Sudan in the news every day? Innocent people are dying by the millions.

Mark: You know maybe if we weren't fighting a war in Iraq, we'd have resources to do that.

Andrew: Well, why are you so concerned about peace in Iraq? There's not going to be peace anywhere until there's peace throughout the Middle East.

Eddie: If you ask me, we should pay more attention to North Korea. We ought to be putting some funds towards that situation.

Wally: Why leave home to spend our money? You think Native Americans have been treated fairly? You think we won't benefit for a few bucks for that war chest?

Rita: Of course, but historically we always helped out? Do we stop helping people now because people hate us? Not every one hates us? I'm Italian, second generation... my father says if America hadn't rescued our families during World War II, we'd still hiding from Mussolini.

Angela: Mussolini would be 121 years old now and maybe if we weren't so busy policing the world... we could police our own neighborhoods. Come on, my brother's a cop. You know what he makes?

Mr. Nicholas: You know what I make? Let's go... this discussion's over.

Martin: Well...?

Ruthie: Well what?

Martin: Don't you have an opinion about anything, a, a cause you'd be willing to speak up for?

Ruthie: Yeah, of course I do. I'll speak up when I'm ready to speak up.

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Kevin: I filled up your car for you.

Lucy: Oh, I could have done that, but thanks. See you later.

Kevin: What time will you be home?

Lucy: Um, I'm not sure; I'm going to a political debate. They're going to talk to women's issues in the election.

Kevin: As opposed to men's issues or human issues?

Lucy: It's a class assignment, I have to go. And I wanna go... should be very informative.

Kevin: What are you going to do with the information?

Lucy: What do you mean?

Kevin: I know your little secret. You're not registered to vote.

Lucy: I... I registered this morning.

Kevin: When...?

Lucy: When... on the way back home from dropping the twins off at school.

Kevin: Oh great... where?

Lucy: Where... where they register people to vote. What's the matter, don't believe me?

Kevin: Hey, you still have a week; I'll take you if you want.

Lucy: I don't need you to take me. I took me; I registered to vote.

Kevin: Which party?

Lucy: Why do you want to know that?

Kevin: Just curious. We've never really discussed politics that much.

Lucy: So let's not start now. See ya' latter; thanks for filling up the car.

Kevin: (sighs)

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Sam: You're doing it all wrong. You're messing up the clothes.

David: No, you're doing it all wrong.

Sam: You're stupid.

David: No, you're stupid.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Annie: Hey... hey, how was your day?

Ruthie: Fine...

Annie: Good... your laundry's sittin' in the basket on the dryer; you wanna bring it upstairs before you settle in to doing your homework.

Ruthie: I'll get it later.

Annie: No, hold it on. You have certain responsibilities here in addition to going to school and doing your homework. We all have to pitch in around here. But, your obviously distracted...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Annie: Ruthie...?

Ruthie: I'm sorry, I'll get it.

Annie: No, I'm way pass the laundry lecture. I said, what's going on? Now was your day really fine or did something happen?

Ruthie: Okay, okay, my day was humiliating.

Annie: How were you humiliated?

Ruthie: Evidently my interest in boys has overshadowed my interest in just about everything else in this world. I know nothing.

Annie: Well, you, you are only in ninth grade, you know, there's a lot to learn and a lot to consider before you form your own opinions.

Ruthie: Maybe it was like that in the olden days, but it's not like that now. When Martin asked me I had a cause I'd speak up for, I had to lie.

Annie: I knew this had something to do with Martin. The closer it gets to election, the closer he gets to exploding. Didn't your father talk to him just this morning about being careful ah, about voicing his opinions?

Ruthie: I don't know. I mean it's not like it was just him... there was a whole bunch people voicing their opinions and I have no opinion... on anything. I'm tellin' you, I'm giving up boys and getting on the internet. Oh, that's right, we're still living in Biblical times, we don't have the internet.

Annie: My I suggest NPR, National Public Radio. You get plenty of free information from a variety of informed sources.

Eric: What's up?

Annie: Ruthie... she's giving up on boys because she felt humiliated today at school by Martin and a bunch of other kids who made her feel that she knows nothing about anything.

Eric: I don't care why she's giving up on boys just as long as she's giving up... that's great news.

Annie: Yes, you do care. Didn't you just talk to Martin this morning about this?

Sam: Stupid...!

David: You're stupid...!

Eric: I'll get this one.

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Eric: Hey... stop that! What's, what's going on? Why, why are you fighting?

Sam/David: He called my stupid.

Eric: I thought we weren't gonna call anyone stupid. Isn't that what we talked about this morning... not calling anyone stupid?

David: You said not to call the guy running for President stupid. You didn't say not to call Sam stupid.

Eric: Yes, I did.

Sam: No, I don't think you did.

Eric: Well, maybe you weren't listening, I said not to call anyone stupid. In this house, we don't call anyone stupid.

David: What about in the White House?

Eric: Nope, not in the White House.

Sam: What about in the other guy's house?

Eric: No, name calling is inappropriate in anyone's house or outside of anyone's house for that matter.

Eric: (sighs)

David: We saw a lot of men doing that and waving the flag at the same time.

Sam: It's on TV all the time. Haven't you seen it?

Eric: Yes, those are political advertisements. I'm sure it must be all very confusing, especially when you see grownups misbehaving, but here's the thing... name calling is a last ditch effort to discredit the other person and it's wrong, for the same...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Eric: Yeah... so, think about that.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Eric: By any chance, did Simon take the other children's ability to hear me when he left? I don't seem to be getting through to anyone.

Annie: I've been wondering the same thing. I've been telling Lucy for weeks now to register to vote and as of today, she still hasn't registered.

Eric: Lucy isn't registered to vote?

Annie: No...!

Eric: Neither is Kevin. He never registered after he moved here. I... ah, wasn't supposed to mention that.

Annie: I wasn't supposed to mention, you know, about Lucy either.

Eric: Simon... is Simon registered?

Annie: I don't know.

Eric: Mary and Carlos?

Annie: I don't know.

Eric: Matt and Sarah? Shouldn't we know?

Annie: By that, don't you mean shouldn't I know?

Eric: I didn't say that.

Annie: That's what you're thinking.

Eric: No, I'm not.

Annie: Then what are you thinking?

Eric: I'm thinking that actions speak louder than words.

Annie: What does that mean?

Eric: It means voting speaks louder than not voting.

Annie: You still think I didn't vote in the last election.

Eric: I know you didn't vote. I'm just hoping that you vote this time.

Annie: You know what I'm thinking? I'm thinking thou dost, thou dost protest too much. Maybe you didn't vote in the last election.

David: You're stupid...!

Sam: No, you're stupid!

Eric: I didn't say anything.

Annie: A didn't say anything, either.

David: Stupid...!

Sam: Stupid...!


Kevin: Hi, where ya' goin'?

Lucy: Nowhere...

Kevin: How was the political debate?

Lucy: It was fine. I'm just hungry, so I thought I'd stop by and get some fries.

Kevin: You can register to vote while you wait for your fries.

Lucy: Really...

Kevin: You're not registered to vote, are you?

Lucy: Registered... to vote? Please... I told you before... I registered.

Kevin: I'm a cop. I can tell when someone's not being completely honest with me. There's no shame in registering late.

Lucy: Then why are you acting so... annoying?

Kevin: So you didn't... you're not...

Lucy: All right, all right, I, I, I'm not registered. I'm going to register.

Kevin: So am I.

Lucy: So are you? You haven't registered?

Kevin: Nope...

Lucy: Then why are smiling when you lied to me and your daughter?

Kevin: Lied... I didn't lie. You never really asked me.

Lucy: And why would I? All this time you let me and your daughter think you're a registered voter.

Kevin: I was... I just haven't changed my registration since I moved here.

Lucy: And yet, you let me think that I'm a traitor to my county because I haven't registered to vote. You should be ashamed of yourself.

Kevin: Why... because you're ashamed of yourself?

Lucy: No, I, I'm not ashamed of myself. I'm going to school, I'm getting my degree, I'm working, I'm having a baby, and I'm kinda proud of myself for everything else I'm doing. Maybe I haven't had time to register to vote. But you... what are you doing that you couldn't register to vote?

Kevin: Ah, let's see, going to your doctor appointments, picking up midnight snacks, filling up your car, fetching things day and night, oh and let me see, what else is there? Oh yeah, protecting the safety of everyone in the city of Glenoak! Maybe I didn't have time to change my registration to vote!

Lucy: So, I'm your excuse? Me and your daughter and our needs are keeping you from doing what any other decent citizen should be doing?

Kevin: Since when did it get to be the two of you against me?

Lucy: Since you acted as if my not registering to vote was stupid.

Kevin: I didn't call you stupid.

Lucy: Not in so many words, but...

Kevin: But...?

Lucy: But we think you're just as stupid.

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room

Happy: (panting)

Door: (knocking)

Martin: Hey, you want some help with your homework?

Ruthie: What makes you think I can't do it on my own?

Martin: Because it's supposed to be on the Presidential election.

Ruthie: So...?

Martin: So, if you don't have an opinion about anything going on in the world, how would you have an opinion on the Presidential election?

Ruthie: What makes you think I don't have an opinion on anything that's going on in the world? I was just listening to NPR.

Martin: And...?

Ruthie: And what...?

Martin: And what have you learned?

Ruthie: What are you, my political advisor?

Martin: I could be.

Ruthie: If only you could see both sides of any issue.

Martin: I can see both sides of any issue; the right side and the wrong side.

Ruthie: Well, maybe there's isn't a right side and a wrong side.

Martin: Well, maybe you're...

Ruthie: Stupid...?

Happy: (sighs)

Martin: I didn't say that.

Ruthie: You were going to say it.

Martin: Well, at least I read the newspaper and watch the news every day.

Ruthie: And I don't, so I'm stupid?

Martin: Stupid is as stupid does.

Ruthie: You must be stupid to call me stupid.

Camden's House - Kitchen / Carlos and Mary's Apartment

Phone: (ringing)

Carlos on Answering Machine: Hello, you've reached Carlos and Mary... and Charles Miguel... please leave a message.

Answering Machine: (beeps)

Eric on Phone: Hi, honey, it's your dad.

Carlos on Phone: Hey, Dad...

Eric on Phone: Carlos, hey, I, I was just calling to say hi.

Carlos on Phone: Really...?

Eric on Phone: Really... why don't I usually call just to say hello?

Carlos on Phone: Well rarely, but that's okay. We love talking to ya', don't we Charlie?

Eric on Phone: Where's Mary...?

Carlos on Phone: Ah, she went to a political rally.

Eric on Phone: Oh, ah, that's, that's great. Who's, who's it for?

Carlos on Phone: Oh, Mary said if you called not to tell you, so hey, I'm just following orders.

Eric on Phone: Nah, if she didn't want me to know then obviously, it's, it's not the person that I would want her to be campaigning for, but of course, it's not important, what's important is that you're both registered to vote and you're both voting in the upcoming Presidential election... that's, that's important.

Carlos on Phone: Ah, you see, I knew you called for a reason.

Eric on Phone: Well it's just, so, so many young people haven't registered to vote and... that's so important to this election. If, if everyone who was eligible to vote, would, would just vote... it would be...

Charles Miguel: (coos)

Carlos: Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Carlos on Phone: Oh, sorry, Dad, what were you saying?

Eric: Would you ask your mother if there's something I could do to help get dinner ready?

Lucy: My mother and I are going out to dinner.

Carlos on Phone: What no dinner at this hour? What's going on?

Eric on Phone: An election...

Annie: Ruthie watching the boys.

Eric on Phone: Well, I have to go. Give my love to Mary and Charlie and don't forget to register to vote and don't forget to vote, it's important.

Carlos: Tell me, tell me, Charles...

Charles Miguel: (giggles)

Carlos: ...what is it that makes us parents so difficult to listen to?

Charles Miguel: (coos)

Carlos: Yeah, what is it?

Charles Miguel: (giggles)

Camden's House - Kitchen

Martin: I'm going to pick up something, since evidently you and Mrs. Camden aren't speaking to each other.

Eric: You want to pick up something for the rest of us?

Martin: Ah, I could, but your daughter just called me stupid, so I'd rather just pick up something for myself.

Eric: Where's your brother?

David: I don't know. There he is.

Eric: Did, did you guys eat?

Sam: I ate... Mommy made me a sandwich.

Eric: So David ate, too?

Sam: I don't know anything about him.

Eric: So everyone ate but Martin and me?

Ruthie: I don't know. I don't know anything or haven't you heard?

Eric: No, I, I haven't' heard.

Ruthie: Well you should ask Martin, because he thinks he knows everything... especially about the Presidential election.

Eric: I just talked to him this morning.

Ruthie: Well, I don't think he was listening.

Eric: Well, I'll talk to him again.

Ruthie: Please do... and make it one of your long and serious sermons, not just a sermonette.

Eric: You and Martin have been fighting since school started, or even before that.

Ruthie: Yeah, I know...

Eric: Would you like a sandwich?

Kevin: I'm not hungry.

Eric: You... you're not hungry?

Kevin: Lucy and I had a fight. The first fight we've had since she got pregnant.

Eric: Oh well, that's not too unusual. When, when Annie was pregnant with Matt, we used to have a lot of fights.

Kevin: About politics...?

Eric: Oh, about politics, about laundry, about a lot of things. It was very stressful time, but with each pregnancy, I started to learn...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Pete's Pizza

Lucy: I just felt so stupid for not having registered before that, I took it out on Kevin. Thanks heavens dad doesn't know that I'm not registered.

Annie: But you and Kevin ran into each other as you were going to register, didn't you register?

Lucy: I was so upset to register.

Annie: But Kevin isn't registered either.

Lucy: Well, I know that... that's what got me so upset. Wait... how do you know that? Dad knew? Well, did dad tell you? Did dad tell you that Kevin's not registered, because that would mean the Kevin told dad before he told me.

Annie: Oh, does it really matter?

Lucy: Did you tell dad that I'm not registered?

Annie: Oh, Lucy... I'm sorry, it just slipped out.

Lucy: How could it just slip out?

Annie: I don't know. Politics makes people say stupid things to each other.

Lucy: I'll say.

Annie: I beg your pardon?

Lucy: I don't care how old I get; everyone else in the family always knows everything before I do.

Annie: I'm sorry, Luce, let's not make my little slip of the tongue, you know, part of a life-long syndrome.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: I remember once when Annie was pregnant with ah, Matt and Reagan was running against Carter, I wrote this sermon and let me see if I can remember exactly...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

Eric: Kevin, are you listening?

Kevin: I'm sorry; I lost my train of thought. By the way, you didn't mention that I wasn't registered to vote to Annie, did ya?

Eric: I'm sure Lucy's told her. I mean, you know women, especially mothers and daughters... they talk.

Kevin: Yeah, but did you tell her?

Eric: It just slipped out... kinda of. I'm sorry, I mean, I, I don't even have an excuse other than politics makes people say stupid things to each other.

Kevin: Yeah, stupid... politics make people say stupid things to each other. Thanks for the sandwich.

Martin: What's with you?

Eric: Oh, it seems that election time causes all sorts of trouble in all sorts or relationships. Would you like to talk?

Martin: Not really... would you like to say something to me?

Eric: I thought we talked this morning, but evidently I didn't get my point across.

Martin: Okay, I'm begging you; just tell me what it is you want me to do. I'll do it... just say what it is.

Phone: (rings)

Eric on Phone: Hello... ah, who's this?

Camden's House - Kitchen / Simon's Dorm Room

Monty on Phone: Who is this?

Eric on Phone: This is Eric Camden...

Monty on Phone: Oh, Simon's dad. How ya' doin'?

Eric on Phone: I'm doin' fine. How're you doing?

Monty on Phone: Fine...

Eric on Phone: Are you calling about something in particular?

Monty on Phone: I'm just call-returning... I got back to the dorm before Simon.

Eric on Phone: Oh, so Simon's still out?

Monty on Phone: Yeah, but he's out at the library.

Eric on Phone: Is he really at the library, or are you just saying it's the library to avoid telling me where he really is?

Monty on Phone: He's not out with Georgia.

Eric on Phone: But he's not at the library?

Monty on Phone: (laughs)

Monty on Phone: You almost tricked me. Simon warned me you might try to do that. So, you want me to give him a message?

Eric on Phone: I would love it if you'd tell him to make sure he's registered to vote. He only has another week if, if he hasn't registered.

Monty on Phone: No kiddin'... is that just for him or everybody?

Eric on Phone: That's everyone... everyone in America has another week to register to vote.

Monty on Phone: Good to know.

Eric on Phone: Are you registered to vote?

Monty on Phone: If I'm not are you gonna give me a lecture?

Eric on Phone: Of course not.

Monty on Phone: Tell you what, I'll have Simon call, and you can lecture him... if he's not registered. But if he is, you could lecture him about being out. Not that he's not at the library.

Eric on Phone: Bye, Monty...

Camden's House - Kitchen

Kevin: I really wished you hadn't done that. I really didn't want mom to know. I didn't want anyone to know.

Eric: I was wrong. I shouldn't have said anything.

Kevin: How would you like it if I told Lucy you didn't vote in the last election?

Eric: What, what are you talkin' about?

Kevin: I'm talkin' about how you were so busy driving other people to the polls and helping Mr. Wexler find where he's supposed to be, that the polls closed before you got a chance to vote. Isn't that right?

Eric: Huh, how do you know about Mr. Wexler?

Kevin: You told me.

Eric: I also vote first then I help everyone else.

Kevin: Not in the last election. You intended to vote after dropping Mr. Wexler off, but you didn't, did you?

Eric: I kinda feel as if I'm being interrogated, son. Okay, it's the first time I ever missed voting in a Presidential election since I was eighteen years old.

Kevin: Aha...

Phone: (rings)

Eric on Phone: Hello...

Camden's House / Matt and Sarah's Apartment

Matt: (yawning)

Matt on Phone: Hi, Dad...

Eric on Phone: Hey, Matt, how are ya'?

Matt on Phone: Tired... I just cam off an eighteen hour shift and I know what you called about.

Eric on Phone: Well, I just wanted to know if you and Sarah are...

Matt on Phone: ...registered? Yes, we're registered to vote. We're voting.

Eric on Phone: So, um...

Matt on Phone: Not telling you.

Eric on Phone: That's okay... that's okay. Voting's a very personal matter and this year's election has gotten personal, very personal.

Matt: (snoring)

Eric on Phone: Yeah, that's what I was just talkin' about. Look, you, you get some sleep, okay?

Eric on Phone: (laughing)

Eric on Phone: Okay...

Eric: Ah, they're registered.

Kevin: Now all they have to do is vote. And by the way, I had Matt snoring. So where were we? You didn't vote.

Eric: I'm so ashamed of myself and shame is so underrated these days, it, it can be quite useful at times. Wait... you said, how would I like it if... if being the operative word, you told Lucy? You told Lucy your little theory about my not voting?

Kevin: It's not a theory now, it's a fact.

Pete's Pizza

Annie: How did you know?

Lucy: Well, dad told Kevin this long story about driving this old guy around the city all day and he didn't specifically say he didn't vote, but Kevin's a cop, he knows when people are covering. He knows dad didn't vote.

Annie: When did dad have this conversation with Kevin?

Lucy: I don't know.

Annie: Let's get the check, I'm ready to go.

Lucy: I want dessert.

Annie: If you knew, why didn't you tell me?

Lucy: Because... it didn't seem important at the time.

Annie: Well, that doesn't matter. You're supposed to tell me everything. I'm your mother.

Lucy: You don't tell me everything.

Annie: I tell you practically everything, even things I'm not supposed to tell you, remember? And when you're a mother, we'll probably be sharing more and more.

Lucy: Did you vote in the last election?

Annie: Not sharing things about elections, things about husbands and children and life. No...

Lucy: Does dad know?

Annie: No, and I'm hoping you won't tell him.

Lucy: I won't tell him.

Annie: And don't tell Kevin.

Lucy: I tell Kevin everything, because Kevin tells me everything. Okay, I'll try not to tell him. Geez, I hate politics. So, who are you gonna vote for?

Annie: That I don't tell anyone.

Lucy: I'll tell you of you tell me.

Annie: No, because you'll just tell Kevin.

Lucy: Come on... just to mother to daughter? Just between us?

Camden's House - Kitchen

Kevin: Of course, I'm voting for him, aren't you?

Eric: Yeah, who's Lucy voting for?

Kevin: I don't know. Who's Annie voting for?

Eric: Nah, she, she never tells me.

Kevin: Yeah, I don't think Lucy will tell me either.

Eric: Which means...

Kevin: That they're not voting the way we're voting.

Camden's House - Martin's Room

Sam: Who are you voting for for President?

Martin: I can't vote.

Sam: Why not?

Martin: Because you have to be eighteen to vote.

Sam: Why...?

Martin: Because it's the law.

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room

Ruthie: Well, because we don't know enough to make a good decision until you're eighteen. At least that's what people think.

David: I know lots of things.

Ruthie: Well, so do I, but I still can't vote.

David: That's a stupid law. Can't children vote on anything?

Ruthie: Not really, but if we could... if we could, I bet things would be different.

David: How...?

Camden's House - Martin's Room

Martin: Tell you what, if you make up with your brother, I'll read you a book all about voting. My dad gave it to me when I was a kid.

David: I gave Ruthie idea... I'm smart.

Sam: I'm smarter.

David: No, I'm smarter.

Martin: I can make you both smarter than a lot of people. Come on, I wanna read you a story about how the President gets elected.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Kevin: I missed you... and our daughter. How was dinner?

Lucy: It was interesting... I missed you, too.

Lucy/Kevin: Good night.

Eric/Annie: So you didn't vote in the last election?

Camden's House - Garage Apartment

Kevin: You didn't tell your mother that your father didn't vote in the last election, did you?

Lucy: It's okay, she didn't vote either.

Kevin: You shouldn't have told her, it was just a theory.

Lucy: No, it wasn't, you told me you were sure he didn't vote.

Kevin: Wait a minute, your mother didn't vote in the last election either?

Lucy: No...

Kevin: I'd hate to be over at their house right now.

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Annie: (chuckling)

Annie: Mmm-huhmm... ah...

Eric: Ah... I don't think we've had a night like this since Carter defeated Ford.

Annie: Hello... what about the night the Governor was elected?

Eric: Oh, humm, sorry, how could I forget terminator night? My apologies... I wonder how Kevin and Lucy are doing?

Annie: Poor Kevin and Lucy, their first election, how I think they'll make it through.

Eric: Good night... you know how I've been feeling that no one is listening to me?

Annie: I think we've been feeling that no one is listening to either of us.

Eric: I think I know why.

Annie: Why, because we're deaf, 'cause all the candidates are talking too much?

Eric: I think we've been talking too much. This talking and talking and um I'm thinkin' I'm not gonna be doing as much talking.

Annie: Really...?

Eric: Something Martin said has been running, running through my head. He, he practically begged me just to tell him what to do instead of... lecturing him. Now with so many people talking right now, it's hard to hear anything. Not to mention that as parents we love hearing ourselves talk, I want more than our children love listening.

Eric: (laughs)

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: Let's go, boys!

David: I'm not going to school.

Sam: Me neither.

David: We voted not to go.

Sam: Yeah, we voted.

David: And we won... we're not going.

Eric: Go upstairs and get dressed. You're going to school.

Ruthie: What's with Sam and David?

Eric: Yeah, just a little late getting dressed for school.

Ruthie: Aren't you going to ask me if I have my homework today?

Eric: No...

Ruthie: Well, I wrote my paper... and I like it.

Eric: Good for you. If you like it, I bet I'd like it.

Ruthie: You want to know what it's about?

Eric: If you want to tell me, I'd love to hear.

Ruthie: Really...?

Eric: Of course...

Ruthie: Don't you want to tell me how much better it is to do homework that not to do it, or about some paper you wrote or anything? Aren't you feeling well? Is it your heart?

Eric: I feel fine.

Ruthie: Maybe I'll let you read my paper when I get my grade on it.

Eric: I'll look forward to it. Good morning...

Martin: Good morning.

Ruthie: I don't need a ride from you. Dad will take me to school.

Eric: Can't... Martin, you drive Ruthie to school and you two work out your differences.

Martin: Got it... I heard him loud and clear that time.

Ruthie: So did I and before you came down here, he was actually listening to me.

Martin: Good, because I'm sure you have something to say. I know it's no excuse, but I'm really excited about this election. It seems like a really important one, not that they're not all important. I just can't help voicing my opinion and it's just mot because my dad is a Marine, it's because I'm me. I love politics. I might even want to be a politician some day. I'm sorry if I made you feel stupid.

Ruthie: Well, I'm smart enough to forgive you and to learn my lesson. From now on, I'm reading the paper, I'm watching the news and I'm getting involved. Four years from now, I'll be ready to vote.

Martin: If I know you four years from now, you'll be ready to run for office.

Ruthie: Who knows, maybe I'll start this spring by running for sophomore president.

Martin: Good, I'll be happy to help you, but only if you need me.

Ruthie: The whole world is a mess, you know that... don't you?

Martin: See, you do have something to say.

New York Library

Matt: Hey, look who's here.

Carlos: Well, hey... yeah, dad called me.

Matt: Ah, dad called me, too.

Carlos: Then Mary came home and we got into a discussion, she found out that I wasn't registered to vote and... now I'm registered.

Matt: Yeah, we had the same argument at breakfast. I, I never changed my registration when we moved here.

Carlos: I got no excuse; I just find the whole thing completely intimidating. It's an awesome responsibility choosing a President.

Matt: So you're undecided?

Carlos: Oh no, I'm decided.

Matt: No, you're not... no you're voting like Mary's voting.

Carlos: Well, she had the baby for both of us, so...

Matt: She'll never know if you vote the other way.

Carlos: You haven't had a baby yet, you'll see.

Matt: You like pudding?

Carlos: Does pudding refer to one of the candidates or does that mean lunch at the... at the hospital?

Matt: Lunch at the hospital. Wait for me.

Phone: (rings)

Carlos on Phone: Yes... I'm registered. Hey, guess who I ran into? Your brother. Yeah, we're gonna go have lunch. No, I guess he never changed his registration when he moved here. I don't know, he didn't say.

Carlos: Mary wants to tell you how proud she is that you're registered.

Matt: No she doesn't... she just wants to tell me how to vote.

Matt on Phone: Nice try.

Matt: Come on.


Lucy: So, we're registered.

Kevin: Yep...

Lucy: So now all you've gotta do is vote.

Kevin: Yep...

Lucy: You know I would never ask you to vote the way I'm voting just because I'm having your baby, your, your daughter.

Kevin: I know you wouldn't, 'cause then you'd have to tell me how you're voting.

Lucy: Okay, I'll tell you who I'm voting for and I'll tell you why, then you tell me who you're voting for and you tell me why.

Kevin: I don't want to.

Lucy: Well... you sure you know where your candidate stands on the issues that are important to you?

Kevin: I don't care. I just think he's cute.

Lucy: What... you're kidding.

Kevin: Yes, I'm kidding, but we just barley squeaked by voter registration, let's not test our relationship any further.

Lucy: But we are going to vote.

Kevin: Yes, we are going to vote.

Lucy: Are you sure you don't want to tell me?

Kevin: I'm absolutely positive.

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Annie: I'm glad you're issuing orders again, nice job.

Eric: Thanks... following the campaign?

Annie: Yes...

Eric: Undecided...?

Annie: Not really, no.

TV: He's for better schools, higher pay for teachers, more police officers on the street, greater national security, lower taxes. His opponent can't be trusted to so anything other than raise taxes...

Voice: (echoing) Blah... blah... blah... blah... blah... blah...

High School

Mark: Don't you have anything you want to say about the election today?

Martin: Yeah, but I was talking to Ruthie and she has a really interesting perspective. Go ahead...

Ruthie: Well, it's just that... if we had the right to vote, if children had the right to vote, I think the world would be a different place... a better place. If children voted, we would see to it that every child was fed; the every child has a family or at least a safe place to grow up. We'd make sure that every child had the opportunity to go to school and get an education, no child would be sacrificed for peace, no child would be discriminated against because of their race or religion or beliefs, but we don't have the right to vote, so all we can do is ask that those who do have the right to value that opportunity. We all need to make sure that those who love us are registered to vote and they do go to the polls on November 2nd and cast their ballots. Our future is at stake.

Student 1: Vote for me...

Student 2: Vote for me...

Student 3: Vote for me...

Student 4: Vote for me...

Student 5: Vote for me...

Student 6: Vote for me...

Student 7: Vote for me...

Student 8: Vote for me...

Student 9: Vote for me...

Student 10: Vote for me...

Student 11: Vote for me...

Student 12: Vote for me...

Student 13: Vote for me...

Sam: Vote for me...

David: Vote for me...

Ruthie: Vote for me...

Martin: Vote for me...

Lucy: Vote...

Kevin: Vote...

Carlos: Votaa...

Matt: Vote...

Annie: Vote...

Eric: Vote... 

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