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#10.04 : Un Diamant pour Rose

Lorsque Annie et Eric découvrent que Simon et Rose vivent ensemble, ils demandent que la jeune femme quitte l'appartement de leur fils. Simon ne semblant pas protester plus que cela, Rose l'interroge sur ses sentiments. Annie et Eric pensent que Simon est amoureux de Sandy. Lucy conseille à une jeune fille du nom de Lizzie, qui redoute d'être enceinte, de parler de la situation à sa famille. Lorsque celle-ci découvre qu'elle n'attend pas d'enfant, Lucy l'encourage tout de même à avouer à ses parents qu'elle a désormais des relations sexuelles. Ruthie réalise qu'elle éprouve des sentiments pour Martin. Celui-ci a beaucoup de mal à gérer sa relation avec Sandy


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Titre VO
Ring around the Rosie

Titre VF
Un Diamant pour Rose

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Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman) et Eric (Stephen Collins)

Rosie (Mackenzie Rosman) et Eric (Stephen Collins)

Rose (Sarah Thompson) et Simon (David Gallagher)

Rose (Sarah Thompson) et Simon (David Gallagher)

Rose (Sarah Thompson) et Simon (David Gallagher)

Rose (Sarah Thompson) et Simon (David Gallagher)

Eric, Simon et Rose discutent

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Écrit par : Brenda Hampton & Elaine Arata 
Réalisé par : Joel J. Feigenbaum 

Avec : Aucun

Guests :

  • Anastasia Baranova ..... Lizzie Wheeler
  • Shannon Burwell ..... Elizabeth Wheeler

Après qu'Eric et Annie aient appris que Simon et Rose vivaient ensemble, ils exigent qu'elle déménage.

Simon n'oppose pas beaucoup de résistance à ses parents, ce qui pousse Rose à se demander si Simon l'aime vraiment.

Lucy conseille une fille nommée Lizzie qui a peur d'être enceinte et qui a besoin d'aide pour le dire à ses parents. Lucy se demande si elle a vraiment les compétences nécessaires pour être pasteur associée car elle a du mal à la conseiller.

Lizzie se rend compte plus tard qu'elle n'est pas enceinte mais Lucy l'encourage à dire à ses parents qu'elle est sexuellement active.

Ruthie commence à avoir des sentiments pour Martin. Martin continue à ignorer le problème de Sandy.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Annie: Social was a big success.

Eric: What...?

Annie: There were a lot of happy people there tonight.

Eric: That doesn't include me.

Annie: Oh, everyone loved the music. The band was great.

Eric: Yeah, my rhythm was a little off 'cause I was so busy watching Ruthie dancing... or whatever she was doing, and then something's up with Simon, and I couldn't enjoy anything... just... something's going on.

Annie: Well, I know. I hope it's not going on with Sandy.

Eric: What could that possibly have been about? Why would she show up? And why was she so upset? And... where is he?

Annie: I don't think that he'd break up with Rose to go out with her friend, do you?

Eric: I hope not. I mean, I hope he has broken up with Rose, but I hope that doesn't have anything to do with the other one... Sandy.

Annie: You know it's late, let's go to bed.

Eric: I can't sleep. Can you sleep?

Annie: I don't think anyone can sleep. Lucy and Kevin are arguing about something, I don't care to know what and uh, you know, Ruthie is upset because Martin set her up with a loser. And, I'm upset with Ruthie because, you know, she thinks that she's to good to go out with this nice guy. And, Sam and David they can't go to sleep because they've been dancing with girls all night. I think they think they have girlfriends.

Eric: They don't have girlfriend. They're five.

Annie: Six-and-a-half.

Simon: Oh hey, still up?

Annie: Yeah...

Simon: Sorry, I had to take care of something. Rose's friend Sandy had a... problem, so she needed to talk to me. What...?

Eric: Oh, nothing... just wondering where Rose is tonight.

Simon: I just wanted to spend some time with you guys... alone.

Eric: You said you had some bad news... about you and Rose.

Simon: It's not exactly bad, but it can wait till tomorrow. I'm exhausted and I'm sure you guys are too. Goodnight.

Eric: No, no, no, no, no, we're not exhausted. We're curious.

Simon: I don't think this is the best time to have this discussion.

Annie: A discussion? I thought you were here for an announcement.

Simon: Yeah, yeah, it's, it's kind of an announcement.

Simon: (sighs)

Simon: All right... ah, it's not that big a deal really.

Annie: Okay, I admit it I am exhausted. Did you and Rose break up or not?

Simon: Break up?

Eric: You said you had some bad news about your relationship, I assumed you and Rose were breaking up.

Simon: Rose and I aren't breaking up. We're moving in together.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric/Annie/Simon: Listen...

Eric: Let me go first.

Annie: You go first, but I have something to say about this. I mean, I, I, I have plenty to say about this.

Simon: What I was going to say is why, why don't we sleep on it?

Eric: Oh, why don't we not, 'cause sleeping on it isn't going to change what I have to say.

Annie: Me neither.

Eric: You are not living with Rose or any other woman before you get married. And you are especially not going to live with Rose at my expense... our expense. We're not paying for an apartment for you to share with Rose.

Annie: Are you nuts? No, I really mean that. Are you out of your mind? Did you really think that your father and I would allow you and Rose to live together?

Simon: I'm going to be twenty-one.

Annie: Not this year.

Simon: Next year, next spring and I think I'm old enough to make my own decisions.

Eric: Based on what? So far, every decision you've made...

Annie: ...stinks...

Eric: Yeah... stinks.

Simon: Well, that's your opinion.

Eric: Well, that's our opinion... our opinion as your parents, your parents who are paying for your apartment.

Simon: What if I pay for my apartment?

Eric: Doesn't matter; you're not living with Rose.

Simon: But I am.

Annie: No, you're not.

Simon: Ah, actually, um, I am, because Rose already moved in.

Eric: Well, she's moving out.

Simon: Well... okay, if that's how you guys feel about it. I mean, if you feel so strongly about it, Rose has to move out. I'll get up first thing in the morning, I'll drive back to school and I'll tell Rose she has to move out.

Eric: That was way too easy.

Annie: Yeah, it's almost as if he wanted us to tell him no.

Eric: Why would he want us to tell him no?

Annie: (sighs)

Annie: Because he wants to be with Sandy.

Camden's House - Living Room

David: Is there anything we can do for you...?

Sam: Around the house...

David: ...to help you...

Sam: ...or Mommy. We want to earn money.

David: We have girlfriends.

Eric: Oh, ah, these the girls you were dancing with last night... at the church social?

Sam/David: (nod)

Eric: So, what do you wanna do with the money, buy something for the girls? You know, you don't need to buy anything for girl to be your girlfriends.

Sam: But we want to.

Eric: I don't think it's such a good idea.

Sam: Why not?

Eric: Well... what is a girlfriend? What does that mean to you?

Sam: It means we love them.

David: And we want to marry them.

Eric: You should probably dance with a few more girls before your make up your minds about that. You're brothers for life, but you're gonna have lots of girlfriends... lots and lots of girlfriends while you're growing up, so you should save your money. Save it! So that when you're all grown-up, you can buy your wife a ring or a house and anything you want.

David: But these are the girls we wanna marry.

Sam: Yeah, we already decided.

Eric: Well... let's give it a few more weeks and if you still feel that way, we'll talk about it again.

Sam/David: Okay...

Eric: Hey, wait a minute, wait a minute... are, are you still interested in helping out around the house?

David: We'll think about it for a few weeks.

Sam: We'll let you know.

Eric: They'll let me know.

Happy: (sighs)

Kinkirk's House - Kitchen

Lucy: You don't happen to know where the baby soap is, do you?

Kevin: In her closet. I put all the baby supplies in her room so that they're easier to find and we don't have to go looking for them all over the house.

Lucy: Oh, thanks for telling me about the soap and about being shot at. What else don't I know?

Kevin: I don't think I have to ask you if I can move the soap.

Lucy: Oh, did you ask your friends at Mommy and Me where they keep their soap?

Kevin: No, I came up with that all on my own. And it's my fault about not telling you I got shot at.

Phone: (rings)

Lucy on Phone: Hello? Oh, hi... um, I could meet you down there in about an hour. It can't wait an hour. Well, I understand that, but... okay... I'll see you down there.

Lucy: Could you...?

Kevin: Could I...?

Lucy: Could you watch Savannah for an hour or so?

Kevin: You said you wanted your time with your daughter today.

Lucy: Someone at the church needs me, one of my girls in my class.

Kevin: Come on, let's go get a bath.

Simon's Apartment

Rose: How did everything go?

Simon: Not that great.

Rose: Oh, I'm sorry. I knew I should have gone with you.

Simon: My parents are dead-set against us moving in together.

Rose: I'm not surprised. I knew they would be since they don't like me.

Simon: No, no, it's not that they don't like you, it's they don't like us living together, so unfortunately, I'm gonna have to ask you move out. I'm sorry, but for the time being, you're just going to have to move back to your apartment. There's nothing I can do.

Rose: Simon, you're a grown man, your parents can't tell you what to do.

Simon: Unfortunately, I'm grown man who is financially dependent on his parents. So...

Rose: So what?

Simon: So as much as I love you, we just can't live together.

Rose: What kind of man are you? It's time you grown up, Simon. Is this how it's gonna be when we get married, you put your parents and your family before me?

Simon: It's not a matter of that. It's a matter of at this point in time I'm not in any position to argue with them. I don't wanna do this, but I'm gonna have to ask you to leave. It's not that I don't love you, and we can't live together someday, but right now, Rose, we just can't live together.

Rose: I'm not leaving and your parents can't make me.

Glenoak Community Church

Lizzie: So that's why I love him.

Lucy: Well, I see. Well, he sounds great, but I'm... I'm not sure why this is an emergency.

Lizzie: Okay, well, because I love him, and because he loves me, we... we did it.

Lucy: You...?

Lizzie: (nods)

Lizzie: Yep...

Lucy: Okay, um, and now you wish you hadn't... done it.

Lizzie: No actually, I wouldn't say that.

Lucy: Was this last night?

Lizzie: Oh, no, this, this was last summer and this fall and last night.

Lucy: But in class you're always talking about your plan to go to college and finish school and start your career before you have this kind of relationship.

Lizzie: I know, but I lied. I love the class, I love everything that you say in it, and you know, about believing in yourself, taking pride in who you are and who you are being more than a sexual person.

Lucy: Then what happened?

Lizzie: I don't know. I don't know, maybe we should have boys in that class. 'Cause whenever I'm with my boyfriend, what he wants is more important that what I want.

Lucy: Why is he more important? Why is what he wants more important than what you want for yourself?

Lizzie: Because I love him.

Lucy: Well, you can love him and you can love yourself. You can love him and still put yourself first.

Lizzie: Yeah, but my point is, I didn't. And now I'm in trouble.

Lucy: What kind of trouble?

Lizzie: I'm pregnant.

Camden's House - Upstairs Hallway

Ruthie: Just the man I wanted to see.

Eric: Oh, yes, you, you can go out with him, but he still has to come over and let us meet him. Martin says he's in your class, and he's an honor student, and he looks like a really nice guy. What's his name?

Ruthie: His name is Sam. I don't want to go out with him, so I need you to tell me that I can't date him.

Eric: Why don't you want to go out with him?

Ruthie: Because... I don't.

Eric: All right, so just tell him that. Why do you have to drag my good name into a rejection?

Ruthie: 'Cause you already have a reputation for rejecting guys who want to go out with me and if I turn him down, then I'll have a reputation for rejecting guys and then no guys will ask me out.

Eric: But guys are going to ask you out from time to time and you're not going to want to out with them, and you need to find a way to deal with that instead of just making me as your excuse.

Ruthie: Why?

Eric: Because...

Ruthie: You didn't mind telling Simon he can't live with Rose. What's the difference?

Eric: That's, that's a private matter between your, your brother and your mother and me. And the difference is... there's a big difference.

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Annie: Call Simon.

Eric: Simon wants me to call him.

Annie: No, I want you to call him. Rose keeps answering the phone. So you call this time.

Eric: When Rose answers, do you talk to her.

Annie: No, I don't, I hang up and when I call back and she answers. She hasn't moved out.

Eric: Well maybe she's in the process of moving out, and Simon just got back there a couple of hours ago.

Annie: You know, we've been thinking that Simon was anxious to get rid of her and, and that maybe he has something going on with, with Sandy, but you know, now I'm thinkin', that he just agreed to Rose moving out, knowing all the time that she was not going to move out.

Eric: Well, that's possible... unsettling, but possible.

Annie: Look, I just have this really strong, gut feeling. I want to go over there tomorrow and make sure she's gone.

Eric: That seems like... not the best idea. I... I don't think daddy can just go over to little Simon's apartment and make sure he's doing what he was told to do.

Annie: Well, then I'll do it.

Eric: I can't go there and say that we wanna be sure she's moved out.

Annie: Well, go up there and just tell him you're making sure he's okay.

Eric: That's not true.

Annie: Well, then tell him the truth. Tell him anything you want, I want to make sure that they're not living together.

Eric: Why don't I call him?

Simon's Apartment

Phone: (rings)

Rose on Phone: Hello?

Eric on Phone: Hello, Rose?

Rose on Phone: Yes?

Eric on Phone: Ah, hi, it's, it's Simon's dad, Eric.

Rose on Phone: Oh... hello. Simon's not here. He went out to get us something for dinner.

Eric on Phone: I see. Look, Simon told me about the two of you living together.

Rose on Phone: He told me you want to move out and I don't think that's fair.

Rose: Ouch...

Eric on Phone: Are you okay?

Rose on Phone: Yeah, I'm fine. My friend Sandy is sitting next to me.

Eric on Phone: Oh, does... does Sandy live there too?

Rose on Phone: Oh no, she lives at my apartment.

Rose: Ouch...

Rose on Phone: Look, I already gave up my apartment to Sandy; I have no place to go.

Eric on Phone: Well, can't the two of you live together at your apartment?

Rose on Phone: No, she took it with the understanding that I would be living with Simon.

Eric on Phone: Look, uh, we probably should have all sat down and talked about this. Why don't I, why don't I come up there and tell you how Annie and I feel and why we don't want you and Simon living together?

Rose on Phone: Great, I'll tell Simon.

Camden's House - Eric and Annie's Room

Annie: Well?

Eric: Sandy was there.

Annie: Yeah... I'd love to know what's going on with Sandy... with Sandy and Rose and Simon.

Eric: Yeah, I would too.

Door: (knock)

Lucy: (crying)

Lucy: Dad, could I talk to you alone?

Camden's House - Eric's Office

Lucy: (crying)

Lucy: I don't think I've done any good at all.

Eric: Oh come on, Luce. Now, that's not true, I mean, just think of all the girls in your class who have made better decisions 'cause of you.

Lucy: Maybe they're all lying. I thought I was gonna like working and having Kevin stay home, but I'm not sure if I do. I mean, I think I should have been the one who quit.

Eric: You're just feeling a little overwhelmed is all. It'll all be fine, it will.

Lucy: It won't be fine for Lizzie. I was just bragging to her parents at the church social about how wonderful she is.

Eric: She's still wonderful. She's still Lizzie.

Lucy: Yeah, crazy, wonderful Lizzie. Could you... could you maybe go with me to tell them? I've never done this before.

Eric: I think that you can do that without me. I think you should do it without me.

Lucy: I figured you'd say that.

Eric: I have to go see Simon tomorrow anyway.

Lucy: Yeah... okay, then I'll do it. I have to do it, that's my job. Thanks... thanks for talking to me, Dad.

Eric: You're welcome. Now go talk to Kevin.

Camden's House - Sam and David's Room

Sam: I can't wait for school tomorrow.

David: Me neither. I hope we see them.

Sam: Yeah, me too; I think we will. I've seen them in the lunchroom before.

David: I wish we had presents for them.

Sam: Yeah...

David: What were their names?

Sam: I don't know.

David: Me neither.

Sam: They're pretty.

David: And they're good dancers.

Sam: I think daddy's wrong. I don't think I can ever love another girl.

David: Me neither.

Simon's Apartment

Simon: I think I'll call him and tell him not to come.

Sandy: The symbolism is the grey?

Rose: It's a forewarning.

Sandy: I don't get that.

Simon: Could you guys study at your apartment?

Rose: Would you relax?

Simon: I can't relax.

Sandy: Look, it's not even that big of a deal. Having a baby, that's a big deal.

Simon: I understand that, but this is a big deal in my life, okay?

Sandy: You know, maybe I should talk to your dad about talking to Martin.

Simon: You can't.

Sandy: I could.

Rose: Yeah, then it might put the fact that we we're just two responsible adults living together into perspective for him.

Simon: No, please, this is not the trip to bring up Sandy's pregnancy to my dad. It's not going to change how he feels about us living together, believe me, it's only gonna make it worse. He'll start thinking about our getting pregnant.

Sandy: No he won't.

Simon: He might.

Rose: I'm with her. I don't think it'll make him think that.

Simon: Could we keep this between the two of us, please? You know, her opinion doesn't really count.

Sandy: Thanks a lot. And, you know, maybe your opinion really doesn't count. If I wanna talk to your dad, maybe I should just talk to your dad.

Simon: No, no, please, don't. I'll call Martin for you, okay. I'll try to get Martin to call you, okay?

Sandy: Okay.

Simon: Just let me get through tomorrow... first.

Rose: Don't you think you're a being a little melodramatic? I mean, your mom and dad didn't react well when they heard the news, they probably thought about it and he'll be more reasonable tomorrow. It'll be fine.

Kinkirk's House - Kitchen

Kevin: Is she asleep?

Lucy: Yeah, she seemed exhausted.

Kevin: We crawled over the entire house. It was fun. Wish you'd been here.

Kevin/Lucy: We should talk.

Kevin/Lucy: (laughs)

Lucy: You go first.

Kevin: I know I should've told you about what happened at work, but I didn't want you to think that I wanted to stay home because I was afraid. Having a close call like that just reminded me of what was important. And you and Savannah are the most important two people in the world to me. I love being a cop, but it's nothing compared to being a dad.

Lucy: I just wish you had told me. It goes back to old issues with me, always being the last to find out everything. And, it made me feel that you and I don't have as good a relationship as I thought we did, 'cause you didn't even tell me. And I felt jealous and I hate feeling jealous.

Kevin: I don't want to ever give you any reason to be jealous of any other woman. And I honestly I don't think I have ever given you any reason to be jealous. I love you. I'd do anything for you.

Lucy: I'm also jealous of your relationship with Savannah. And, I know it sounds stupid, but I'm afraid that you're gonna be closer to her than me if you're staying home with her all the time.

Kevin: Or, she might be closer to you because you're not here all the time. As show grows up, she might take her time with me for granted and value her time with you more. That could happen, too. We don't really know what's going to happen, all I know is that I love you and I love our daughter.

Lucy: I love you too, Kevin.

Kevin: You want to tell me what happened down at the church today? Everything okay?

Lucy: One of the girls in my class is pregnant and she wants me to be with her when she tells her parents.

Kevin: Wow.

Lucy: Yeah.

Kevin: Are you ready for somethin' like that?

Lucy: I don't know, but I'll do my best. I have a meeting with them tomorrow night.

High School

Ruthie: Hey, I tried to call you a million times yesterday.

Martin: Oh... sorry, I lost my cell phone.

Ruthie: Why weren't you at church?

Martin: I went to the beach with Meredith and her family.

Ruthie: Oh, how's that going?

Martin: Good...

Ruthie: I saw Sandy at the church social.

Martin: Who?

Ruthie: You know who.

Martin: Oh, that girl who goes to school with Simon. Yeah, what, what was she doing there?

Ruthie: I don't know. I thought maybe you would.

Martin: I have no idea.

Ruthie: The reason I was calling you was because Sam keeps calling me and I don't want to go out with him.

Martin: Oh, that's too bad. He seems nice.

Ruthie: I told you I wasn't looking for nice.

Martin: Look, take my advice; don't go looking for a bad guy. Give nice a chance. It'll keep you out of trouble.

Sam W.: Hey, Martin.

Martin: Hey...

Sam W.: So... have you talked to your dad yet?

Ruthie: Yes... and no. The thing is, I just don't know if I want to date anyone right now. Maybe we should just be friends.

Sam W.: I'm not looking for a friend. I'm looking for a girlfriend.

Ruthie: Well, maybe we could be friends while you look for your girlfriend.

Sam W.: What is it? I'm not good enough for you?

Ruthie: It's not that. It's just that, I don't think you're the right guy for me.

Sam W.: Oh, so it was all a lie. You wanna date; you just don't want to date me.

Ruthie: I'm sorry, you're a really nice guy and all, but...

Sam W.: But you don't want nice.

Simon's Apartment

Eric: Really, if, if you two are committed to each other, and it seems that you are, then wait until you're married before you live together. I've counseled a lot of couples and I really don't know very many of them who lived together and then got married and were happily married.

Rose: But some of them who lived together first are happily married, right?

Eric: Some of them.

Simon: I hate to say this Rose, but I think my dad's right. And I'm not just agreeing with him because I'm afraid to disagree with him. I'm not. We've had disagreements.

Eric: Yes, we have.

Rose: But until your dad said he didn't want us living together, you were fine with it.

Simon: No, I was trying to be fine with it, and I was never really that fine with it. So sooner or later we would have this discussion whether my parents got involved or not.

Rose: I don't believe that.

Simon: Why?

Rose: I just don't. I think if your parents stayed out of it, we wouldn't be having this problem.

Simon: Yes we would.

Eric: What do your parents say, Rose?

Rose: I haven't told them. I don't think they'd like it either, but I don't think it's up to them, or you and Mrs. Camden. I think it's up to me and Simon. I'm sorry, I can't do this any longer. I have to go to class. Simon, we'll talk when I get... home. Bye, Reverend Camden.

Eric: You know, I'm kind of surprised that you and I are on the same page on this one. I mean, why did you come down to tell me that you and Rose were living together if you didn't wanna live with her in the first place.

Simon: Honestly? Because I thought it would be easier to tell her that you and mom didn't want this than telling her I didn't want to live with her.

Eric: Simon... are you in love with Rose?

Simon: Absolutely...

Eric: And you... you wanna get married?

Simon: Yes, once we've graduated, I wanna get married.

Eric: Do you mind my asking what Sandy was doing at the church social?

Simon: It's complicated, but it doesn't have anything to do with Rose and me.

Eric: So there's nothing going on with you and Sandy.

Simon: No, no, no, we're just friends.

Eric: Were you ever more than just friends?

Simon: I don't see how that would make any difference.

Eric: Does Rose know that Sandy was there, that you two went out together and talked late into the night?

Simon: Yes, Rose knows and she's fine with it.

Eric: It, it seems... odd to me that it would be fine with Rose. Not that, not that it shouldn't be fine with her. You know... I don't know. What aren't you telling me?

Simon: Dad, I just can't tell you all of Sandy's problems. You know someday she may want to talk to you, but that's kind of up to her, isn't it?

Eric: Well, I'm available if she needs my help.

Simon: I really can't tell you.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Sam: Mommy, do you need any help this afternoon?

Annie: Why you wanna earn money to get your girlfriends something?

David: Yeah, but not the old girlfriends. We got new girlfriends.

Annie: New girlfriends?

Sam: Yeah, girls in our class.

David: Pretty ones.

Ruthie: Nice ones?

Sam: We don't know about nice.

David: But they're pretty.

Annie: You know, I don't know why you boys think you have to buy girls something. You know, that's no way to get girls to like you.

Sam: Then how do we get girls to like us?

Annie: Just by being nice boys. If you're polite and kind, I'm sure you'll have plenty of girlfriends.

David: Okay...

Sam: But if you have anything you want to pay for us, let us know.

Annie: Yeah...

Ruthie: That's not true, you know. Girls don't like guys just because they're nice.

Annie: Meredith likes Martin and he's nice.

Ruthie: You've seen Martin, haven't you?

Annie: Yes, I have and he's a very good-looking guy but he's also a nice guy. Martin is very sweet.

Ruthie: He's good-looking. I want a good-looking guy.

Annie: Okay, let's talk about that.

Ruthie: About good-looking guys?

Annie: About that good-looking guy. Are you interested in Martin?

Ruthie: What makes you say that?

Annie: I don't know, maybe it's an instinct. Maybe it's knowing that you're a careful observer of the people around you and that you're smart and that being a Camden, maybe you've working up some wacky plan the way your sisters used to when they were dating. It seems to me that maybe, just maybe, you thought that Meredith was going out with Jack when Martin noticed her, so that if you went out with Jack, maybe Martin would notice you. Any truth to that?

Ruthie: No...

Annie: Are you sure about that?

Ruthie: Yeah, I'm sure. Besides, Martin and I are just friends. He and Meredith are madly in love with each other.

Annie: Well, I don't know if you've been paying attention to the relationships around this house they way I have and over the years, I think you may have noticed that relationships change. I mean, two people can be in love one day and then the next day they're not.

Ruthie: I don't think it's that way with Martin and Meredith.

Annie: You really think their relationship is gonna last? You think that they're actually going to get married. And that she's seventeen, he's eighteen, I think that you and I both know that ah, no matter how much they care about each other, they're awfully young to have their relationship last a whole lifetime.

Ruthie: Who knows?

Annie: So what ah, happened with Sam today?

Ruthie: I did what dad told me to do. I told him didn't want to go out with him but we could be friends.

Annie: And...?

Ruthie: And he got angry and hurt and now everyone at school probably hates me.

Annie: Well, I don't know why you just don't go out with him, Ruthie. Why don't you give him a chance?

Ruthie: Well... because... because maybe you're right about Martin.

Wheeler's House - Front Porch

Door: (rings)

Lucy: Lizzie, what is going on?

Lizzie: Listen, we don't have to do this. I got bad news; I'm not pregnant.

Lucy: I don't think that's bad news. I think that's great news.

Lizzie: Well, all the same, now there's no reason to talk to my parents.

Lucy: Well... maybe there is. Maybe I just need to help you talk to them about something else.

Lizzie: Like...?

Lucy: Lizzie, if you're sexually active don't you think you need to talk to your mom and dad about that. You don't want anymore scares like this one, do you?

Lizzie: Oh no, no, of course not, so I'm going back to my plan.

Lucy: You never really had a plan, or at least not one that you really believed in.

Lizzie: Well, I believe in it now.

Lucy: You believed in it, or it just sounded good because all the other girls had similar plans?

Lizzie: That too.

Lucy: I think it's time that you talked to your mom and dad about sex. I think it's time to be honest with yourself and with them. Don't you?

Lizzie: I... I'm honestly going to try to stop having sex.

Lucy: Great, but what if you don't? What if you really do get pregnant... what then? You don't wanna be sixteen and have a baby. You're smart. You love art. You want to be an art teacher. You want to go to college... having a baby will change all that.

Lizzie: Telling my parents I've had sex would change all that. They'd never let me out of the house again.

Lucy: I know your parents. When I thought about what we were going to tell them tonight, I considered that they might not be so surprised. From everything, you've been telling me, they seem to have been closing their eyes and just refusing to see what was obvious. You and your boyfriend stay out all night. He sometimes sleeps over here. You go camping together, overnight camping. Don't you think they know? I mean, I didn't, but until you talked to me yesterday, I didn't know what your life was really like.

Lizzie: I really don't think they know. I mean if they knew, don't you, think they'd tell me to stop having sex?

Lucy: Is that what you're looking for, Lizzie? For your parents to say no because you're having a difficult time saying no yourself?

Door: (opens)

Elizabeth: Oh, there you are. I thought I heard the doorbell. Lizzie, invite the Reverend inside. Hi, Lucy.

Lucy: Hello, Mrs. Wheeler.

Lizzie: Mom, I need Lucy's help to talk to you about something.

Lizzie's House - Living Room

Lucy: Maybe Lizzie got the impression that all the information you gave her, along with all the freedom you gave her, was actually permission to have a relationship with her boyfriend.

Jeffrey: As if permission would have anything to do with it... has it been your experience that teens ask their parents for permission?

Lucy: Well, no, but some of them do involve their parents in their decision. But, I guess what I was trying to say is that, I know how much Lizzie loves you and respects you, and she values your opinion. So, while you think that all teens are out there having sex and there's nothing you can do about it, I think that Lizzie is looking for you to tell her that having sex at sixteen is not the best idea. I think she really values your opinion more than you know.

Jeffrey: It's not a good idea. It's much more complicated than you know. I don't want you to have sex with your boyfriend, all right?

Elizabeth: And if you are going to be that involved, then we need to talk.

Lizzie: All right, let's talk.

Lucy: I think that's my cue to leave. Thank you for listening. Liz, I'll see you in class?

Lizzie: Sure...

Lucy: Okay then; good night everyone.

Simon's Apartment

Simon: Hey...

Rose: (sighs)

Rose: Don't you think you can make this up to me by buying me flowers. I think this is ridiculous. We're grownups. If we want to live together, we can live together and I think you wanted to live with me until your parents talked you out of it!

Simon: Rose, that is not true. I should have said something before, but I guess I felt like I, I needed them on my side, because quite frankly, honey, you're kind of a force of nature when you want something.

Rose: This is going to change everything, Simon. Now I can't trust you. I mean, you say you want to marry me, but do you really want to marry me, or are you just waiting for your mommy and daddy to tell you they think it's a bad idea so you can tell me that you think it's a bad idea too, you just didn't want to say so.

Simon: No, I, I wanna marry you.

Rose: Then prove it. Buy me a ring and move up the wedding date. That's what I want. You got your apartment back. I want my ring and I wanna get married in May.

Simon: Well, I can help you with one of those things, not both. What do you say I buy you the ring for now and then we think, we just think about the wedding date.

Rose: You're going to buy me the ring I want?

Simon: Would I buy you anything else?

Rose: I thought you didn't have the money.

Simon: Yeah, but I do have the credit, so for something like this, a ring that you'll be wearing for the rest of our lives together, I guess maybe I can go into debt. Rose, I don't want to lose you. I don't wanna live with you just yet either... okay? So... this is for you.

Rose: (gasps)

Simon: To prove to you that I love you and I wanna to marry you.

Rose: Oh Simon, Simon, this is the most beautiful ring. The center stone is a full one carat, right?

Simon: Right...

Rose: I love you, Simon.

Simon: I love you, too.

Camden's House - Kitchen

Eric: You would have been proud of him. He should be proud of himself. I mean, I wish we had just told her no, without involving us, but at least he said no. I have renewed faith in him.

Annie: Maybe it's a sign that he's eventually going to say no to getting married. I mean, I don't think he wants to marry her.

Eric: He says he does, he says he's in love with her. I don't know. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what happens and hope for the best, whatever that is. So, what happened around here today?

Annie: The twins have new girlfriends.

Eric: I'm not surprised.

Annie: Oh, and I think I've found the root to Ruthie's dating problem and why she wants to go out with Jack and no other guy.

Eric: Because he's hot?

Annie: No, because she thinks he's the first step toward getting Martin.

Eric: Well now that... that surprises me... that... that really surprises me.

Annie: Now okay, breathe deeply... no take a breath. Remember your heart.

Eric: (breathes)

Kinkirk's House - Kitchen

Kevin: I guess I never realized all the challenges you face in the work you're doing.

Lucy: Me neither. I mean, I should have since I've watched what my father's been through all these years, but I didn't. But I'm just going to keep the attitude that every person I come into contact with who needs my help will be a new life lesson for me, and after tonight, I feel confident that I'm up to whatever lesson life throws my way, especially since I have you supporting me.

Kevin: Thanks...

Door: (knock)

Kevin: Hi, Martin; come on in.

Martin: Thanks...

Lucy: You're out late. Is everything okay?

Martin: Um, I really need to ah, talk to you... alone.

Kevin: Be my guest. I've got to get to bed. I've got an early Mommy and Me.

Lucy: So how can I help you?

Martin: Are those cookies?

Lucy: Yeah... sit down. Want some milk?

Martin: Ah, sure, thanks.

Lucy: I'm sorry I missed you at church yesterday, but I was happy to see you at the church social. Thanks for coming.

Martin: Yeah, that really turned out great.

Lucy: Yeah, I'm having a really good week.

Martin: Yeah, um, I hate to spoil that...

Lucy: Oh, you can't spoil anything. You wanna talk... girlfriend problems.

Martin: Kind of...

Lucy: Well, you and Meredith looked pretty happy on Saturday night.

Martin: Yeah, we're happy... for now.

Lucy: I saw Sandy there with Simon. Was she there to see you again... you still trying to get rid of her?

Martin: I... I don't think I can.

Lucy: Seems like she's practically stalking you. She just keeps showing up, doesn't she?

Martin: Yeah, she does.

Lucy: You want me to talk to her?

Martin: I might.

Lucy: Okay, I can do that. But, first tell me what it is that you wanna say and maybe I can say it a different way and get through to her. I mean obviously you're not interested in her.

Martin: I'm not... it's just that... um... she and I, um... You're not gonna say anything to anyone?

Lucy: This is between you and me.

Martin: I wish. I'm afraid a couple of other people know.

Lucy: They know what?

Martin: They know that, um... I slept with her once... one time when I, I went up to see Simon this summer, and now, um... now she's, ah. She and I are, um... it seems that I'm gonna be a father. Can you help me?

Lucy: Sure Martin, I'll do what I can. I can't change what's already happened, but I'm here for you. I'll get you through. 

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