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#906 : L'art d'être papa

Eric demande l'aide d'un ancien petit ami de Mary, Wilson, après que Charlie, un jeune père, ait confessé à Eric qu'il avait fait une bêtise et qu'il ne pouvait pas endosser la responsabilité d'être père. Lucy et Kevin se disputent sur quel docteur ils vont choisir pour l'accouchement. Ben, qui est mystérieusement intéressé par la grossesse de Lucy, ne fait que empirer les choses en soutenant Lucy. Ruthie a des intentions cachées quand elle décide de sortir avec Martin et son meilleur ami Mac, mais elle est déçue quand elle découvre que Mac la voit seulement comme une petite soeur. 


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L'art d'être papa

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Lucy (Beverly Mitchell) et Kevin (Georges Stults)

Lucy (Beverly Mitchell) et Kevin (Georges Stults)

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Rosie joué par Mackenzie Rosman

Martin (Tyler Hoechlin) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Martin (Tyler Hoechlin) et Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman)

Eric (Stephen Collins) et Wilson (Andrew Keegan)

Eric (Stephen Collins) et Wilson (Andrew Keegan)

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Écrit par : Jeff Olsen 
Réalisé par : Harry Harris 

Avec : Andrew Keegan (Wilson West), Kyle Searles (Mac), Geoff Stults (Ben Kinkirk) 

Guests :

  • Ginny Harman ..... Infirmière
  • Jules Leyser ..... Docteur Pearson
  • Amanda Noret ..... Jeune femme
  • Eric Parker ..... Charlie Ragland
  • Peter Welkin ..... Mari 

Camden's House - Martin's Room

Mac: There are plenty of girls out there who are lookin' to go out with a guy like me, right? So, why can't I find them, or better yet, why can't they find me? Why am I talkin' to you?

Martin: What does that mean?

Mac: You don't have a girlfriend. We need girlfriends.

Martin: I think it's best for my game if I don't have a girlfriend...

Martin: ...but you should go for it, if that's what you want. Of course, Pam just dumped you, so... you may want to give it a few weeks.

Mac: If I wait then people will start to think that she dumped me; on the other hand, if I go out with someone right away, it will appear as if I dumped Pam.

Martin: Who cares?

Mac: I care, now will you help me, please?

Martin: Okay, what about Kristina Miller?

Mac: I tried... not only did she laugh when I asked her out...

Mac: ...but she told me in from of everyone else, that I needed to lower my standards a little.

Martin: What about ah... Lisa Keller?

Mac: She's already gone out like with every other guy on the team, there's no mystery.

Martin: How about Dana Cruz?

Mac: She's a freshman.

Martin: I don't see the problem; lots of juniors go out with freshmen. She's only a couple years younger, big deal.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Kevin: I have to go to a doctor's appointment with Lucy, but I'll be back in an hour or so.

Ben: You're going with Lucy to a doctor's appointment.

Kevin: Yes... you do that when you're having a baby.

Ben: You're not having a baby. What do you do at these appointments?

Kevin: I learn stuff.

Ben: What kind of stuff?

Kevin: Baby stuff...

Ben: What kind of baby stiff?

Kevin: Like how the baby's developing, what to expect in the coming weeks, things like that.

Ben: Can't Lucy just tell you that stuff?

Kevin: Well, she could, but we're kind of in this together.

Ben: Kind of... but not really.

Kevin: I like going, okay, I'm there to support Lucy, and it makes me feel like part of the process.

Ben: But... you're not.

Kevin: Yes, I am.

Ben: Ask her if I can come.

Kevin: What...? Why would you want to do that?

Ben: I'm the uncle.

Kevin: No... forget about it. It would be completely inappropriate, and Lucy would never agree to it in a million years.

Ben: Come on let me go. Ask her.

Lucy: Ask me what?

Kevin: Nothing...

Ben: Can I go with you guys to the doctor?

Lucy: Ah, um, I guess, I mean, you, you can't come into the room with us, but you can sit in the waiting room if you want.

Ben: Thanks...

Kevin: Why'd you do that?

Lucy: I don't know. He's the uncle.

Camden's House - Living Room

Sam: I'm gonna stay in my pajamas all day.

David: I am too.

Eric: Me too...

Sam: Are you gonna wear your pajama to work?

Eric: No, I don't have to work today, it's the first Saturday I've had off in a long, long time, so I'm gonna spend it with you guys, all day, the three of us, in our pajamas if we want.

Sam: You're too old.

David: I don't think Mommy will like it.

Eric: Now, why not?

Sam: 'Cause old men can't wear pajamas all day unless they're sick.

Eric: I'm not old, and I can wear my pajamas all day if I want to 'cause we're just going to play all day with you guys, and Mommy will love that.

David: You can't play all day; you have to go to work.

Eric: No, not today, today I'm taking the day off so I can spend some time with my guys.

Sam/David: Us...?

Eric: Yes, the two of you.

Door: (bell rings)

Eric: I'll just be a second, ah, no cheating.

Sam: We're not cheating.

David: We're just finishing before you go to work.

Eric: I'm not goin' to work, you'll see.

Camden's House - Front Door

Eric: Hey, Charlie, how's it going? How's Leanne... how's, how's the baby?

Charlie: You have to help me. I, I can't be a father... I can't.

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room

Ruthie: Well...?

Annie: Wow, where'd you learn to do that?

Ruthie: Years of watching Mary and Lucy.

Annie: Ah, well, I have to say you look good.

Ruthie: Thanks...

Annie: Any special reason why you're wearing makeup?

Ruthie: I just wanted to look good.

Annie: You look good with or without makeup.

Ruthie: Thanks...

Annie: Okay, well, I have some errands to run, ah, the market, the dry cleaners, shoe repair... I might even go to the mall. You wanna come?

Ruthie: No thanks...

Annie: You don't wanna go to a mall.

Ruthie: No, I don't really need anything.

Annie: But, your dad is gonna hang out with the boys, and this is our chance to hang out with each other... just the two of us... in a mall.

Ruthie: But, this is your chance for a day by yourself. How often do you get that chance?

Annie: Never... still are you sure there's no reason why you're wearing makeup?

Ruthie: Do I need a reason?

Annie: It's a guy, isn't it?

Ruthie: Not really.

Annie: Do you wanna tell me about him?

Ruthie: It's no big deal.

Annie: Did you meet him in detention?

Ruthie: No...

Annie: Come on tell me who he is.

Ruthie: It's not someone I wanna got out with, I'm giving up on boys, remember? It's just someone I want to hang out with... Martin and Mac.

Annie: Are you interested in Martin or Mac, or, or both of them?

Ruthie: I'm just interested in hanging out with them if they ask me to hang out with them.

Annie: What, what makes you think that they're gonna ask you to hang out with them.

Ruthie: They don't have girlfriend right now, so there just hanging out, as opposed to dating. So, would it be okay, if they asked me, if I could hang out with them? We could go for pizza or to the movie or somethin' like that... couldn't we... if they asked me to go? No, no, no, stand up... don't make it serious it's not a sit down. It's just me hanging out with Martin and Mac, if they decide to include me.

Annie: Ruthie, I don't think it's a good idea for a fourteen-years-old young lady to be hanging out with seventeen-year-old guys. Now tell me honestly, are you interested in going out with Mac, like going out on a date with a guy that could potentially be a boyfriend?

Ruthie: It wouldn't be a date... lots of kids in high school don't date. They just hang out in groups. All I'm asking is to be allowed to hang out with the two of them if the situation every comes up, that's all.

Annie: Well, did Martin or Mac ask you to hang out with them?

Ruthie: No, but they might, and if they do, I don't want to have to run upstairs to ask my mommy and daddy like a baby. If it were Simon and a friend and they invited me to go with them for pizza or to the movies, I could go, right?

Annie: Right...

Ruthie: Well, Martin's like a big brother and Mac's his friend, right?

Annie: Right...

Ruthie: So why couldn't I go?

Annie: Because you wouldn't be putting makeup on to go out with Simon and his friend, which makes me think that you are interested in Mac.

Ruthie: If Mac ever wanted to go on a real date with me, and I wanted to go, then I'd ask you and dad. But, Mac doesn't want to date me and I don't want to date him. I just wanna hang out with him... and Martin.

Annie: If you are being completely honest with me, then I guess it's perfectly all right for you to hang out with Martin and Mac if they ask you, but if you're not being completely honest then go and think about it and then we'll talk again.

Ruthie: Thanks, Mom.

Camden's House - Living Room

Happy: (barks)

Eric: Hey, hey, nah, I said one cookie not a bag of cookies.

Sam: But that was a long time ago.

David: And we got hungry.

Annie: Why are you still in your pajamas?

David: We told you Mommy wouldn't like it.

Eric: Because it was my intention to play with the boys all day but now I have someone in my office.

Sam: See? We told you you work every day.

David: You can't play with us.

Sam: And you can't wear pajamas.

Eric: I can play with them all day, and I intend to stay in my pajamas.

Annie: Because...?

Eric: Because it's fun and we're gonna have some fun. Just as soon as I'm finished... here.

Annie: With...?

Eric: With, ah, with... just... a minor problem. You should go out for the day just as you planned.

Annie: Well, I can take the boys with me.

Eric: No, no, no, this is my day with the boys.

Annie: All right, have fun.

Eric: Oh, ah, all right, set the board again. By the time you're finished with your first game, I'll be done here.

Camden's House - Eric's Office

Eric: By the way, does Leanne know you're here?

Charlie: No, I'm supposed to be out getting diapers, but Leanne doesn't understand, I've got school, I've got a job at the school, and I'm on scholarship. I, I don't have time to get diapers. I, I love Ty, but...

Eric: You named the baby after you're dad?

Charlie: Yeah... but we can't keep the baby, we can't. It's too hard. I mean, I haven't had any sleep in two weeks. Leanne hasn't had any sleep in two weeks, my mom hasn't had any sleep, my, my dad hasn't had any sleep... we're exhausted... all of us... even the dog. You have no idea what it's like.

Eric: I have seven children, from five to twenty-five, I... I know what it's like. It's tough, it can be overwhelming at first, but I know you can do it.

Charlie: No, no, I'm telling you I can't do it. And you have to explain that to Leanne and my mom and my dad, and her mom. You got me into this; you have to get me out.

Eric: I didn't exactly get you into this.

Charlie: I know where babies come from, but honestly, I thought this would ever happen to me. I don't want to be a father. I mean, I mean, think about it we spent altogether maybe ten... twelve hours at the most over a few months time, and, and now I'm stuck with this responsibility for the rest of my life. I mean, he's nothing like that flour sack baby we had in biology to carry around with for two weeks... he's so needy.

Eric: Well, the first few weeks are the hardest. It does get easier, I promise. Excuse me.

Camden's House - Living Room

Sam: We had to take Happy out.

David: Happy doesn't feel too good.

Happy: (sighs)

Eric: Another bag of cookies?

Sam: Happy ate 'em.

David: Happy did tricks for us.

Sam: Now she doesn't feel too good.

Eric: So you said.

Happy: (sighs)

Charlie: When does it get easier?

Eric: (sighs)

Ob/Gyn Waiting Room

Lucy: Wasn't she great?

Kevin: No...

Lucy: You kidding me?

Ben: What happened?

Kevin: Nothing happened, we saw a new doctor, and I just don't like the new doctor.

Lucy: Because she's a woman?

Ben: Is she single?

Kevin: Would you stay out of this?

Ben: Okay...

Kevin: I do not want to switch doctors midstream. I'm used to the other doctor. I like him. This one was so obnoxious... a complete know-it-all.

Lucy: Maybe that's because she's a doctor and a woman with children, so when it comes to babies, she does know it all.

Kevin: She talked to you as if I wasn't in the room.

Lucy: No she didn't.

Ben: You were in the room?

Kevin: Remind me, why did you come here?

Ben: Because I'm the uncle.

Dr. Pearson: Kevin, glad I caught you... I've written down some books I think you should read. You're not doing very much reading, are you?

Kevin: Yes, I'm doing much reading, whenever I have time, thank you.

Ben: Is there a ah, Cockney accent?

Dr. Pearson: It is not.

Ben: Oh, come on, it's so... Beatles.

Dr. Pearson: It's a British accent, Uncle Ignorant.

Lucy: Thank you for the reading list, Dr. Pearson, it was very nice meeting you and I hope you're the doctor on duty when I go into labor. I, I feel so comfortable with you.

Ben: Me too... anything for the uncle to read?

Dr. Pearson: Perhaps Dickens...

Ben: What is that?

Kevin: That was another insult. Luce, we can't have her deliver our baby. We have a plan... we use the other doctor, the one who likes me, of course, the decision ultimately yours, but...

Lucy: Thanks...

Ben: (laughs)

Ben: Fatherhood is turning you into a girl.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Mac: After practice, I wanna hangout wherever women are hanging out.

Martin: They're usually hanging out wherever we're practicing.

Ruthie: Oh, hey, guys.

Martin: Hey, Ruthie...

Mac: Hi...

Martin: You look... funny.

Ruthie: No, I don't...

Mac: You look... good.

Ruthie: Thanks... so do you guys want to grab a pizza or anything? Mom's out so we have make our own lunch, or we could go get lunch.

Martin: We have practice.

Mac: Yeah, pizza sounds good though, maybe later.

Ruthie: Yeah, maybe later.

Camden's House - Foyer

Eric: It's just that if you were supposed to be out getting diapers, then Leanne probably needs diapers, so go get the diapers.

Charlie: That's kind of thing my father would say to me. I need you to say something like a minister would say to me, like God will forgive me if I don't go through with this.

Eric: I'm going to help you as a minister and a father and a man, and I'm gonna get someone to help you who I think you can relate to.

Charlie: You're not gonna send someone to my house are you? 'Cause I don't want anyone to know that I'm trying to get out of this.

Eric: Look, could you tell Leanne that you need to talk to me, and you dropped by and that's why you're late with the diapers and that you really need to take an hour or so this evening and come back. I think she'll understand.

Charlie: She won't... she won't understand, because she knows in her heart hat I'm not capable of doing what I promised her I would do.

Eric: I think you are.

Charlie: Well, if I am, I don't want to, I just don't want to.

Eric: Around six...?

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Eric: Hey, no jumpin' on the bed.

Sam: Wearing pajamas all day wasn't any fun.

David: I thought it would be fun, but it wasn't.

Eric: I agree, I feel much better cleaned up and dressed.

Sam: What are we going to do now?

David: Something outside...

Eric: We're going to clean up the picnic table and anything else in the backyard that needs cleaning.

Sam: We already cleaned up the poop.

Eric: I cleaned it up. And if you feed Happy a bag of cookies again, you'll get to clean it up. Yeah, my feelings exactly...

Ruthie: What's going on. What...?

Eric: Well, don't you look nice... ah, beautiful even... and many years older.

Ruthie: Thanks...

Eric: Ah, you going' somewhere?

Ruthie: Maybe later, I might go hang out with Martin and Mac, get a pizza or somethin'.

Eric: Oh, Martin and Mac? Are you interested on Martin... or Mac?

Ruthie: Martin practically my brother and Mac is... Mac. They just mentioned earlier that they might want to go get a pizza, so I might go.

Eric: Huh... did you talk to mom about this?

Ruthie: About what?

Eric: About hangin' out with Martin and Mac.

Ruthie: Yeah, we talked about it.

Eric: And...?

Ruthie: And it's a non-issue.

Eric: Oh... a non-issue...

Sam: You wanna clean up the backyard with us?

David: It's work, but it's going to be fun, because we're doing it with daddy.

Lucy: I need mom. Is mom here?

Eric: Dad's here. Will I do?

Sam: You're busy.

David: With us...

Lucy: Hey, nice job with the makeup. Ah, thanks for the offer, but no.

Eric: In that case... come on.

Lucy: Is it a guy?

Ruthie: Is what a guy?

Lucy: The new look.

Ruthie: No, I'm just experimenting. So, what's up? Why do you need mom?

Lucy: Oh, Kevin doesn't like the doctor that we had today, but Ben and I like her.

Ruthie: Ben who?

Lucy: You know, Ben... Kevin's brother, Ben?

Ruthie: What does Ben have to do with this?

Lucy: I don't know... he's the uncle. I know, I, I guess what he really has to do with it is that he's on my side.

Camden's House - Living Room

Kevin: You have nothing to do with this. I'm the father.

Ben: I'm the uncle.

Kevin: So what... are you going to be here when the baby is born or am I?

Ben: How about we both be there?

Kevin: No, we won't. And if you want a wife and a baby, get your own.

Ben: You know who I blame for that?

Kevin: For what?

Ben: Not having a wife and baby of my own...

Kevin: Oh... let me guess... not yourself but someone else.

Ben: Sorry...

Kevin: Who, who could possibly be responsible for your not having a wife and baby other than you?

Ben: That Wilson guy...

Kevin: Who...?

Ben: You know that jerk Mary was going out with when I met her. If it hadn't been for him, I'd be married to Mary right now and we'd have a baby, and I'd be living with the Camdens, too.

Kevin: You weren't in love with Mary Camden.

Ben: Actually I was I just didn't realize it at the time.

Kevin: So, it's your fault.

Ben: No, it's Wilson's fault. He got her so confused, she didn't know what she wanted and she ran off and married that Carlos guy, and now they have the baby that I should have.

Kevin: So, who confused you?

Ben: Confused me?

Kevin: If Wilson confused Mary, then who confused you so much that you didn't know you were in love with Mary at the time?

Ben: Aren't you listening... Wilson. He confused Mary and she confused me because she was confused by Wilson.

Kevin: Forget about Wilson, will you? Look, all you had to do today was tell Lucy that you thought the doctor was rude and maybe she wouldn't have decided that was the doctor we have to have.

Ben: Ah, I thought she was hot.

Kevin: She's an arrogant, condescending man-hating witch.

Ben: Okay, dad, Uncle Ben will fix this for you... promise.

Kevin: Thank you...

Camden's House - Backyard

Eric: You guys are really good workers. Mommy's going to be so happy we cleaned this up, she's been asking me to do this all week. Thanks for me helping me out.

Sam/David: You're welcome...

Sam: You're a good daddy.

David: Yeah...

Eric: Thank you...

Sam: You do nice things for Mommy.

Eric: I like doing things for Mommy because Mommy does so many nice things for us.

Martin: They're not gonna show up.

Mac: You wanna bet?

Martin: Do you need some help with the table?

Eric: Ah, no, we got it.

Camden's House - Back Porch

Mac: Maybe we should help them out.

Martin: No, I'm sure he's just spending some time with the boys.

Mac: I wish my dad would spend some time with me like that.

Martin: Like... washing down the picnic table...?

Mac: Yeah, or just hanging out.

Martin: What's going on?

Mac: Eh, you know the usual... I don't think he's been to a game since I been in like third grade. Says he doesn't want to run into my mom, but she hasn't been to a game either, so, they divorced and I lost them both... when it comes to baseball anyways.

Martin: You never said anything about them before. I didn't know they were divorced, I just thought they were busy.

Mac: Your dad's in Iraq, I'm didn't wanna whine about my dad being across town. I don't think so. Besides, all I need is a woman anyways.

Martin: Yeah, right.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Ruthie: So, how did practice go?

Martin: Good, we're starving. I was gonna check my e-mail and then we're gonna go get pizza.

Ruthie: Great, I'm starving, too. I'm going for pizza with you, remember?

Martin: Ah, no, I don't remember.

Ruthie: I'm the one who asked you guys if you wanted to go for pizza. You said maybe later. It's later.

Martin: Fine...

Ruthie: Do you want something to drink?

Mac: Sure, maybe water. Thank you...

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room / Promenade

Annie on Phone: Honey, maybe you oughta think about it.

Annie on Phone: Ah you know, if Kevin's not comfortable with this doctor, then he won't be comfortable with you in the birthing room and then you're not going to be comfortable.

Lucy on Phone: I'm not going to be comfortable anyway.

Annie on Phone: Again, think about it. You know, you, you just met her because she was filling in today, you like your other doctor and so does Kevin. And he's seen Kevin pass out before, so it won't come as a big shock if Kevin passes out again.

Lucy on Phone: Thanks, Mom.

Annie on Phone: Sure...

Camden's House - Kitchen

Ruthie: Chocolate chip or sugar wafers?

Mac: You pick...

Ruthie: I'd pick fruit.

Mac: Okay, chocolate chip...

Lucy: Hi, Mac. Guess I'll go talk to my husband.

Ruthie: Have fun...

Ob/Gyn Waiting Room

Ben: Hi...

Dr. Pearson: Hello...

Ben: Remember me..?

Dr. Pearson: The uncle...

Ben: Oh, so you do remember...

Dr. Pearson: What can I do for you?

Ben: You were a little tough on me and my brother today, don't you think?

Dr. Pearson: If you're come here just to start a row...

Ben: A what...?

Dr. Pearson: A fight... if you want a fight, I'll call security and you can fight with them...

Ben: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa... I, I, just came to see if you'll have dinner with me... fish and chips?

Dr. Pearson: Why... why would you want to take me for fish and chips?

Ben: You, you're British, aren't you?

Dr. Pearson: Yes, what I meant was, why would you take me out?

Ben: You're hot...

Dr. Pearson: Oh, you think so?

Ben: Yes, I do.

Dr. Pearson: And that's you only reason for asking me out?

Ben: My brother and I lost our father when we were in high school and then Kevin's really nervous about being a father and not knowing what to do, pretty much from now until the kid is grown. So, I, I just wanted to ask you to go easy on him.

Dr. Pearson: You wouldn't say that to make me feel badly about the way I acted today, would you? Thanks for the dinner offer, but it's really not necessary. I'll call Kevin next week and make things right. I could have been nicer to your brother, and to you. I'm sorry, and I'm sorry about your father.

Ben: So... dinner...?

Dr. Pearson: It's just fish and chips?

Ben: We could get something better of you want, I don't know what you people eat. I mean, other than fish and chips.

Dr. Pearson: You're not a cop too, are you?

Ben: No...

Dr. Pearson: Or one of those other high-testosterone professionals... a firefighter... I don't do very well with those types. I like artists, musicians, creative types...

Ben: I'm a flust-ist.

Dr. Pearson: A flutist...?

Ben: I play a flute in an orchestra. Is that safe enough for you?

Dr. Pearson: Your brother and sister-in-law think you're a firefighter.

Ben: Huh...?

Dr. Pearson: Come on Uncle Ben, we have to pick up my children.

Ben: Children, right... right...

Camden's House - Backyard

Ruthie: We're going for pizza.

Sam: Why don't I want her to go?

David: I don't want her to go either.

Eric: Good instincts... we men like to protect the women in the family.

Sam: Then why don't we?

Eric: Well, after many generations of men protecting women, it turns out that women can protect themselves. Sometime we just have to be there for 'em and sometimes we just have to be there for each other, that's what makes us a family. And, sometimes our family can help other families and that's what makes us all part of a larger family, part of a community, even part of the world. It's a big idea, you, you may not understand it until you're bigger. Wilson...!

Wilson: Reverend Camden, I'm glad you called.

Eric: I need your help.

Pete's Pizza

Mac: Hey, what kind of pizza do you like?

Ruthie: I like the one with everything on it, including the anchovies.

Mac: Hey, my kind of woman.

Ruthie: Thanks. So Mac, where's Pam tonight? Do you have a date later?

Mac: No, she dumped me.

Ruthie: Oh, that's too bad. You know, it's really tough finding someone to go out with. Harry and I broke up, you know.

Mac: No, I, I didn't know.

Camden's House - Living Room

Sam: How old are you?

David: Where do you work?

Wilson: At Crawford University in the business department.

Sam: Where do you live?

Wilson: Near here... with my wife and her mom, it's her mom's house.

David: We don't remember you.

Wilson: You never met me; I was around before you guys were born. I used to date your sister, Mary.

Sam/David: Our Mary?

Eric: Wilson, this is Charlie.

Wilson: Nice to meet you.

Eric: I'm gonna cook some got dogs on the grill with the boys. You guys should feel free to join us if you want. Come on... come on, Hap... come on Happy.

Wilson: So how are you? Reverend Camden tells me you're a new father.

Charlie: Not that great... I, I, I don't wanna be a new father. My father wants me to be a father, my mother wants me to be a father, my girlfriend wants to be a father, but...

Wilson: You left off the most important one... your son wants you to be a father.

Charlie: I think we could get him a better father and a better mother. Leanne and I weren't ready for this. There's lots of other couples out there wait-waiting to adopt.

Wilson: I know... my wife and I are one of them. We wanna adopt.

Charlie: Is that why Reverend Camden wanted us to meet?

Wilson: No, he wanted us to meet because I had a baby with my high school girlfriend; she died from complications when the baby was born. It was really horrible situation, her parents of course blamed me and wouldn't have anything to do with me or my son, and they still don't.

Charlie: You kept the baby... you raised him all on your own?

Wilson: Not all on my own; my parents helped a lot, but when I went to college I took my son with me, and then it was pretty much on my own. I got through college; I got a job, and fell in love with a woman who had a similar experience. She had a baby in high school; her mom helped her out until she went to college, and then she went to college with her daughter in tow, graduated, got a job and married me. Even in the best of situations, the first few weeks can be overwhelming, but the baby needs you. And the baby's mom needs you and they're always gonna need you. And you are gonna need your family and some friends. And I can be a friend to you.

Charlie: Why would you want to be a friend to me, you don't even know me.

Wilson: Because I feel very strongly that children need their fathers and if children have their fathers in their lives, they're better off, and therefore, we're all better off. I was lucky that my dad stood behind me and supported me, and I know you're dad's doing the same. You're lucky, Charlie, that you grew up with a mom and a dad, and your son will be lucky if he can grow up with a mom and a dad.

Charlie: (sighs)

Camden's House - Backyard

Eric: Hey, you guys want hot dogs?

Kevin/Lucy: Sure...

Kevin: Have you seen Ben?

Eric: Ah, no, but I'll throw on a few extra dogs just in case he shows up.

Lucy: I wonder where he went off to. You didn't get into in argument or anything, did you?

Kevin: Ah, no... did you and Ben get into an argument?

Lucy: No...

Kevin: Didn't he come over to the house to talk to you?

Lucy: No...

Kevin: Then who made you be nicer to me?

Lucy: No one made me be nicer to you.

Kevin: You came back from the house nicer to me. Nicer then you've been all day.

Lucy: Don't make me look bad in from of my dad, okay? I'm sorry about the doctor appointment and...

Eric: Did you say something to me?

Lucy: No... I was nicer to you... because my mother told me to be nicer to you, and she's right, I should be nicer to you.

Kevin: Because...

Lucy: Because you're my husband and the father of my baby.

Eric: Oh, guess who's inside talking to Charlie?

Lucy: Who's Charlie?

Eric: Leanne's boyfriend... Leanne, the young woman who was gonna give her baby up for adoption and she changed her mind at the last minute... had me go find her boyfriend... her boyfriend, Charlie?

Lucy: Oh yeah, so who's Charlie talking to?

Eric: Wilson West...

Lucy: Wilson...?

Kevin: That's not good.

Pete's Pizza

Martin: Can I have the check?

Mac: Whatta... you in a hurry?

Martin: No...

Mac: Well take your time. Let's not rush... this place is just getting busy.

Martin: Yeah, all right. Hey Mac, you wanna get me another soda at the counter?

Mac: Why can't the waiter get it?

Martin: I either have to have another drink right now or I have to get out of here.

Mac: All right... all right...

Martin: I think I know what's going on here, Ruthie.

Ruthie: Three friends having piazza...?

Martin: You're not interested in Mac, are you? I mean, like interested in going out with him?

Ruthie: I don't know. Is he interested in going out with me?

Mac: Hey, looked who showed up.

Girl: Who's this... your little sister?

Mac: No, this is Ruthie Camden, but she's like a little sister.

Promenade - Fishy Chips Restaurant / Camden's House - Backyard

Phone: (rings)

Ben on Phone: Hello...?

Kevin on Phone: Where are you?

Ben on Phone: I'm at the Promenade... I felt like some fish and chips.

Kevin on Phone: We're cooking hot dogs. You wanna hot dog.

Ben on Phone: Ah, no thanks.

Kevin on Phone: You don't eat fish. When you said you were gonna fix everything, I thought you were gonna talk to Lucy.

Ben on Phone: Really...

Kevin on Phone: Who are you talking to Mr. Fish and Chips? Please tell me you're not talking to that doctor.

Lucy: What doctor?

Lucy: Why is your brother talking to our doctor?

Kevin on Phone: Why are you talking to our doctor?

Ben on Phone: Because I'm the uncle.

Camden's House - Backyard

Kevin: Because he's the uncle.

Lucy: I think you and your brother should spend more time with my father.

Kevin: Because...

Lucy: Because as much as I love you, and as much as you love me, and as much as we're in this pregnancy together, fatherhood might be explained by... a father.

Kevin: I don't want him to think that I don't know what I'm doin'?

Lucy: Because...?

Kevin: Because, I'm a man and I'm supposed to know what I'm doin'.

Wilson: Ruthie... wow, you are all grown up.

Ruthie: Shut up...

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room

Door: (knocks)

Ruthie: I'm fine.

Eric: Okay, just saw you run across the backyard and you didn't look fine.

Ruthie: Did Martin say something?

Eric: I, I didn't stop to talk to Martin. May I come in?

Ruthie: You can if you want, it's your house.

Eric: Pizza didn't go well?

Ruthie: The pizza was fine; Mac and Martin were fine. He thinks I'm like a little sister.

Eric: You're not talking about Martin, are you?

Ruthie: No... I knew his friend Mac was too old for me, I knew he wasn't even interested in me, and yet, like an idiot, I thought I could get him interested in me by putting on more makeup and looking older. But, he still just thinks I'm like a little sister. That's what he said. When he introduced me to the two girls that showed up to meet him and Martin there, who I didn't even know were going to be there. He said, "This is Ruthie Camden. She's like a little sister". I didn't mean to lie to you, I was just lying to myself and it spilled out to you and mom. I thought if I could just hang out, he would get to know me, see how mature I was, if I looked so much older with makeup on, he might even ask me out. And then I could ask you if I could go and I'd feel all-important because some seventeen-year-old asked me out even if you said I couldn't go.

Eric: But you are important.

Ruthie: Yeah, to my family.

Eric: Yeah, to all of us and I think all of us would agree that you look beautiful without makeup, but, but you look beautiful with makeup. I think you kinda shocked us. Um, we had no idea you have skills in the makeup area. I mean, you might feel like... like you wasted it on Mac today, but, but there's no reason you can't do that for yourself whenever you feel like. It's very... interesting, the way you... changed your face... you know, from it's, it's own natural beauty to a... more sophisticated look.

Ruthie: You can tell it's sophisticated?

Eric: Too sophisticated for Mac... I mean, you know, I like him, but even if he were your age, or you were his age, you'd probably end wanting someone who has more in common with you, someone who goes to church, someone who doesn't drive, someone I can completely intimidate and control. This growing up is tough business.

Ruthie: Yeah...

Eric: I thought you gave up on boys.

Ruthie: Sorry, I think that's just another lie I told myself.

Eric: I love you, Ruthie.

Ruthie: I know, but I want a guy to love me.

Eric: Yeah, I know...

Camden's House - Kitchen

Wilson: You think you and Leanne will get married?

Charlie: Maybe, but we're just eighteen.

Wilson: Do you love her?

Charlie: I've loved her since we were in grade school, but we if we didn't have a baby, I don't think I wanna get married until I get out of college.

Wilson: But you do have a baby and being married would make it easier for you to be with your son every day, it's more likely that he would be healthier and do better in school if you were married to his mother.

Charlie: It's a lot to take on... I'm still adjusting to the idea of just, just being a father.

Wilson: It's just something to think about. I mean, when guys get married, they focus on their wife and children, it helps us to have fuller lives, happier lives.

Charlie: Isn't it enough that you've made me feel a little more confident about being a father, do you have to push marriage on me too? I imagine once everyone gets some sleep, they'll start pressuring me.

Wilson: You're right, I can't do it all in one night, but call me, we'll talk whenever you want.

Charlie: I'm gonna say goodnight to Reverend Camden.

Wilson: Tell him I'll call him.

Charlie: All right...

Camden's House - Back Porch

Wilson: Goodnight...

Kevin: Goodnight...

Ben: Wilson...?

Wilson: It's... Ben, right?

Ben: You ruined my life?

Wilson: Because of Mary...?

Ben: Yeah, because of Mary.

Wilson: That's funny, because of everything that happened, I, I ended up meeting and marrying the woman that I love, having the family that I always dreamed of, and I got a great job. I mean, of course you can hang out with the Camdens any time you want, so it can't be that bad, can it?

Ben: Yeah, well, Camdens or not, it's still the bobby prize.

Wilson: Goodnight... good to see ya'.

Kevin: So...?

Ben: I really don't like fish, even when it's fried. But, I learned a lot about childbirth and babies, and you are in for wild ride, my friend.

Kevin: Great...

Camden's House - Martin's Room

Door: (knocks)

Eric: Do me a favor, if Mac is clueless as to what as to what happened, just let him remain clueless... Ruthie's request.

Martin: He's clueless... and I don't want to make excuses for him, but I never knew until today that his parents are divorced, his dad lives around here, but he doesn't see him that often. I think I have a better relationship with my dad and he's halfway around the world.

Eric: How is your dad?

Martin: He's alive and he's doing his job. I mean, I understand who he is and why he has to do what he does.

Eric: You're a good man, martin and so is your dad.

Martin: Thank you, sir.

Eric: Goodnight...

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Sam/David: I love you.

Eric: I love you, too.

Camden's House - Ruthie's Room

Ruthie: It makes it tough finding a guy when you have a dad like dad.

Lucy: How's that?

Ruthie: I'm not gonna be able to settle for any guy who's less than that.

Lucy: You shouldn't have to settle for any guy less than that. I know I didn't.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: (sighs)

Annie: Oh, I didn't know I was gonna be so late.

Eric: Hmmm...

Annie: So how'd Ruthie's hanging out with Martin and Mac go? I mean, she did hang out with them, didn't she?

Eric: Yeah and it didn't go that well.

Annie: I knew it wouldn't, I knew she was only kidding herself about not being interested in Mac. Did he hurt her feelings?

Eric: Yeah, but he has no idea he hurt her feelings and Ruthie doesn't want him to know. She's, she's okay, I, I talked to her.

Annie: I'll talk to her, too... while you go talk to Kevin.

Eric: Yeah...

Camden's House - Back Porch

Eric: Lucy's upstairs with Ruthie.

Kevin: How is she?

Eric: Oh, she's okay, she'll, she'll be fine. So, how are you?

Kevin: Fine... nervous about the baby, but excited.

Eric: Yeah, even when the boys were born, I was nervous. Well I'm not nervous, terrified.

Kevin: Of...?

Eric: Of something going wrong, with Annie, or the boys, or both.

Kevin: Me too, but you know, I'm gonna do everything I can to make sure that it all goes okay, right? I'm gonna be there for Lucy and the baby.

Eric: Yeah, I'm sure of that... you're gonna make a good father.

Kevin: I'll try, but... I don't know a lot about it, I don't know anything about it other than what I read in books.

Eric: Books help of course, but books can't really relay the miracle of childbirth and all the feeling you have when the baby's born. Books can tell you about each stage of development in a child, but every child is different, and every day with every child is different.

Kevin: It's just that... I don't wanna make any mistakes and yet I have no idea of what to do really.

Eric: You're gonna make mistakes...

Eric: (laughs)

Eric: I've made plenty of mistakes.

Kevin: You...? I don't think so.

Eric: Oh, I probably made a mistake tonight letting Ruthie hang out with Martin and Mac, but it all ended up okay. The most important thing you can do, as a father is be good to your wife, which you already are, and just be there for your daughter, spend time with her, spend time with her, be involved in her life from day one. Have I ever told you how proud and happy I am to have you in the family? I bet your dad is proud of you, too.

Kevin: I'm sorry, I can't talk right now.

Eric: Want to shoot some hoops?

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