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[ Plane Engine Droning ]
[ People Chattering ]
[ Woman ]|This will be the final|boarding call for flight 2...
to London, Heathrow.
[ Sighs ]|I'm not even|gonna say it, Kate.
Then it'll be|like I never left.
Okay ?
I have a really bad feeling|about this.
About the plane ?
You think it's gonna crash ?|Don't say that.
No. Look, I know that|we've talked about this|a thousand times,
and we agreed that|going to London was|the right thing to do.
But in my heart...|this feels wrong.
Don't go, Jack.|You mean don't go at all ?
Well, what--|what about my internship ?
Believe me, I know--|I know what an incredible|opportunity this is for you.
For us, Kate.|Right, for us.
But I'm afraid that|if you get on that plane--|Look.
We're at the airport.|Nobody ever thinks clearly|at the airport.
So we should just trust|the decision we already made.
You've been accepted|to one of the best law schools|in the country.
I've got this internship|at Barclay's Bank.|We have a great plan, honey.
You wanna do something|great, Jack ?
Let's flush the plan.|Let's start our lives|right now, today.
I mean, I have no idea|what this life is gonna|look like,
but I know that it has|the both of us in it, |and I choose us.
The plan doesn't|make us great, Jack.
What we have together, |that's what makes us great.
- I love you, Kate.|- I love you too. I do.
And one year in London|is not gonna change that.
A hundred years|couldn't change that.
Experts are predicting|a mild rally in the bond market.
[ Continues Indistinctly ]
[ Woman ]|Last night was incredible.|Huh ?
I said, last night was great.
You are|an amazing lover.
Thanks.|You're not bad yourself.
- I wanna see you again.|- I'd like that too.
Tonight.|It's Christmas eve, Jack.
So ? I'll pour|eggnog over you.|[ Laughing ]
- [ Growls ]|- I have to go visit|my parents out in Jersey.
Jersey ? Do you have|any idea what the traffic's|gonna be like ?
That's why I'm taking|the train.
It was nice|meeting you, Jack.
## [ "La Donna EMobile" ]
[ Singing Along With CD ]| #Sempre un amabile #
# Leggiadro viso #
# Inpianto o in riso #
# Emenzognero #
# La donna e mobil #
# Qualpiuma al vento #
# Muta d'accento #
# Edipensier #
# Edipensier #
## [ Luciano Pavarotti|Vocalizing ]
# No #
## [ Vocalizing Along ]
## [ Humming ]
# Bomp, bomp, bomp|bomp, bomp-bomp #
# Bomp, bomp, bomp|bomp, bomp-bomp #
# Bomp, bomp, bomp|bahrump, bomp-bomp ##
[ Elevator Bell Dings ]
Mrs. Peterson.|Hello, Jack.
You don't have to stop|singing on my account.|Oh, it's because I'm shy, Betty.
So, when are you gonna leave|that old corpse, Mr. Peterson, |and run away with me ?
You know you could never|satisfy me the way he does.
Ah.|[ Elevator Bell Dings ]
Merry Christmas, |Mr. Campbell.
How'd you make out|this year, Tony ?
About four grand, |and a bottle of 25-year-old|Scotch from 9D.
I'm putting it all in|commercial paper like you said.
Good, but just until|the deutsche mark turns.
- Thank you, Mr. Campbell.|- All right.
Good morning, Joe.|Merry Christmas, sir.
Campbell wants|these available.|Thanks, Adelle.
Better you than me.
If Med Tech shares fall|any lower than 43,
we're in trouble|with the stock valuations.
So for God's sake, |please watch what you say|to your institutional customers.
We still have almost a full day|of trading before zero hour, |and I don't want any trouble.
[ Sighs ]|A penny for|your thoughts, Alan.
Hmm ? Oh, God, I'm sorry.
Jack, I was thinking about, |you know, Dee and the kids.
I promised|I'd be home for dinner.|It's Christmas eve, Jack.
- Oh, is that tonight ?|- [ Polite Laughter ]
You think I like being|here on Christmas eve, Alan ?
No. Well, maybe.
[ Laughter ]|Okay.
Okay, maybe I do have|a touch of tunnel vision|this holiday season.
But in two days|we're going to announce...
one of the largest mergers|in U.S. corporate history.
When a deal like this turns up, |you get on it and you ride it|till it's over.
You don't ask it|for a vacation.
December 26. After that|there'll be so much money|floating around here,
it'll be like Christmas|every day.
December 26, people. If you'd|like to celebrate that day, |you all have my blessing.
- You're right. I'm sorry.|- I don't want you to be sorry.|I want you to be excited.
I want my gift to you|to be the first gift you open|this year. You know why ?
- [ Stammering ]|- Because my gift comes|with ten zeroes.
You're right.|I'm focused. I'm there.
Good man. Everybody, |turn to page 12|in your prospectus.
[ All Chattering Indistinctly ]
You have six messages.|Two of them are imperative.|Whoa. I'm going home.
I'm not even here now.|Good night. Merry Christmas.|Merry Christmas.
It's only 8:30.|I'm disappointed. Got some|last-minute shopping to do ?
You too ? This holiday's about|giving. I'm giving everything|I've got to this deal.
So in a way, I'm more|Christmassy than anybody.|You're my role model, Jack.
Oh, and Oxford called.|Ooh, my suits are ready.
- Mm-hmm.|- Care for a Lifesaver ?
No, thank you.|Help yourself.
Kate Reynolds.|Her assistant said you could|reach her at home after 8:00.
Kate Reynolds was|my girlfriend in college.
I almost married her.|[ Chuckles ]|You ?
Married ?|Almost married.
And almost a broker|at E.F. Hutton.|Excuse me ?
She didn't want me|to go to London.
We're standing at the airport|saying good-bye, |and she asked me to stay.
So you left her.
- Wasn't easy.|- Oh, stop it.|I'm getting all weepy.
I took the road|less traveled, Adelle.
And look where it took ya.|I'm gonna get this gal|on the phone.
Nope.|You almost married|this woman.
You're not even curious|why she called ?
She's probably just having|a fit of nostalgia.
Lonely Christmas eve. Called|the one that got away. Why|call her back and mislead her ?
This happened|a very, very long time ago.
8:35 on Christmas eve.
Jack Campbell still|at his desk.
Now there's|a Hallmark moment for you.
Peter, I don't see you|rushing home to trim the tree.
That's because|I'm a heartless bastard|who only cares about money.
Well, you know what ?|God love you for that.
Got a call|from Terry Haight.
Bob Thomas is nervous.
That'll happen when you're|about to spend $130 billion|on some aspirin.
Somebody's gotta|nurse him through this.
Why are you staring|at my breasts, Peter ?
I need you, tiger.|Where is he ?
- Aspen.|- Call Aunt Irma and tell her|I won't be able to make it.
You're a credit|to capitalism, Jack.
Hey, Peter, let me|ask you a question.
An old girlfriend|calls you out of the blue|on Christmas eve.
- What do you do ?|- You suddenly having trouble|getting dates ?
- Yeah.|- Leave it in the past.
Old flames are like|old tax returns--
put 'em in the file cabinet|for three years, and then|you cut 'em loose.
I'll leave from my office|tomorrow in the afternoon.
Call the group.|Schedule an emergency|strategy session for noon.
That'll be a nice|little holiday treat.
Good night, Frank.|Hey, Mr. Campbell.
Why didn't you call down ?|I would have had Joe|get your ride.
I'm thinking I'll walk tonight.|It's a nice night for it.
I'll send your car|home for you.|That'll be fine.
- And Merry Christmas|to you, sir.|- To you too.
Eggnog ?|Yeah, dairy case.|Five dollar.
Hey, yo. Y'all|do the lotto here, right ?|Y'all do the lotto here ?
Yeah.|Cool. 'Cause I got a winner, |baby. I got a winner.
Certified, good as gold. I know|lotto keep a lot of brothers|down, but not Cash Money.
Don't do me none, son, |'cause I'd be like--
Bang on the lottery !|You know what I mean ?|It's all good.
Relax, son. Relax.|I got you four numbers.|Check it. Bust it.
6, 14, 16, 49.|That's a winner, son.
$238, B.|Cheddar coming.
Give me my money.|I'm sorry. Your ticket bad.|You draw in the lines.
What are you talking about, B. ?|You draw in the lines with|a pencil. I know about this.
Yo, buster, |check the ticket, son.|No, you get out.
Yo, you ain't even looked|at the ticket. You looking|at me, son. Check the ticket.
You get out now !|You take the ticket|somewhere else !
Next customer in line !
You get out or I call 9-1-1.
Oh, my God !
Check the ticket, stupid.
Look at the ticket.|Shit, now I'm gonna|make you call God.
That's my word. You best|check that ticket, fool!|Let me see the ticket.
Was I talking to you ?
Maybe I'll buy it from you.|You know, make a little|business deal.
Stupid-ass white boy in|$2,000 suit gets capped trying|to be a hero. News at 11:00.
That's what you wanna see ?|You wanna see Cash up in here ?|You want me to set it, son ?
Do you wanna die ?
Do you wanna die ?
Do you want to die ?
Look, I'm talking about|a business deal.
Okay ? I buy the ticket|from you for $200.
I take it to a store where|the guy behind the counter|doesn't have a death wish.
I just made myself|a quick $38.
Like I said, it's--
it's just a business deal.
All right. Yeah.
All right.
You blew it, B.|You blew it.
The ticket was real.|Damn, you had your chance too.
Come on, Jack.|Let's get out of here.
How'd you know my name|was Jack ?
I call|all you guys Jack.
Here. Nice doing|business with ya.
Hey. Hey, um--
What do you want to carry|that gun around for anyway ?
You're just gonna wind up|doing something you regret.
You're talking|to the wrong person|about regrets, Jack.
I mean, there must be|programs out there|and, um, opportunities.
Wait a minute.|Are you actually trying|to save me ?
This is bananas.
This man thinks|I need to be saved, yo !
Well, everybody|needs something.
Yeah ? Well, what|do you need, Jack ?
Me ?|You just said, |everybody needs something.
I got everything I need.
Wow. It must be great|being you.
I'm not saying that you'd be|able to do it without some hard|work, some honest hard work,
and possibly some medicine.
You know, I'm gonna|really enjoy this.
You just remember that|you did this, Jack, okay ?
You brought this|on yourself.
Merry Christmas.|[ Chuckles ]
Mmm, ten more minutes, Jack.
It's Christmas.
#Jingle bells|Santa smells|Rudolph laid an egg #
- # La, la, la, la, la, la|la, la, la, la, la, la ## |- Never mind.
- [ Woman ] Who's here ?|- Rise and shine.
Don't you think|we should open some presents ?
- I think you should give Mama|five more minutes in bed.|- Come on, Dad. Get up.
Can we do that ?|Yea !|It's Christmas !
- It's Christmas !|- Look, your sister's|jumping on the bed.
What is this dog|doing on the bed?|He needs to get off the bed.
Did Santa come ?|I don't know.|We'll have to go see.
- Let's go see the presents.|- You wanna get some presents ?
Mommy just needs|to wake up.
Jack. Strong coffee.
Oh, Jack.|Merry Christmas, dear.
Lorraine. Ed.
Hey, Jack, you old bird dog.|Merry Christmas to ya.
Talk to him. One day a year|away from the Ponderosa.
- I don't think|that's asking too much.|- This is who I am.
Tell her, Jack, for God's sake.|You're the only one around here|that gets me.
- I need some eggnog.|- 'Course you do, sweet thing.|Almost 8:00 in the morning.
Excuse me.|Where you going, |Jack ?
Josh, Annie, giddyup !|Where's my car ?|Where's my Ferrari ?
What ?|Where's my Ferrari ?
What the hell are you talking--|What's he talking about ?|You got a Ferrari ?
Let me borrow your car|and then I promise|I'll have it returned.
My Caddy ?|Drive your own damn car.
Oh, just let him borrow|your precious Cadillac, |for God sakes.
There's a perfectly|good minivan sitting out there|in the driveway. Here.
What the hell's wrong|with him anyway ?
- Tony, thank God !|- Sorry, pal. Entrance is for|residents and guests only.
What ? What are|you talking about ?
Jack Campbell, penthouse "C."|What's the matter with you ?|Uh-huh.
Mrs. Peterson, I think|there's something wrong|with our man Tony here.
Who is this man ?
Oh, come on.|What is going on|with you two this morning ?
Is this like a, uh--|a Christmas joke ?
"Who is this man ?"|Well, we're on the co-op board|together, Betty.
And we fought side by side|for garbage disposals.
And every morning we exchange|quasi-sexual witty banter.
Okay ?|Shall I call the cops ?|I'm gonna call the cops.
No, I'm gonna call the cops !|You're scaring me.
- No, no, no, no.|- Thank you for not|calling the cops.
Now, I'm going upstairs, |I'm gonna get some sleep.|Then I'll be fine.
Sleep you shall.|Noblesse oblige isn't dead.|Not yet anyway.
Let's, um--Let's get you|some help. Surely there's a|shelter somewhere in this city.
A shelter ?
Hey, hey, are you|smacked out of your head ?
I'm the richest man in|this building ! I've got twice|the square footage you have !
And I'm going upstairs.|Take a walk, pal.
Oh, not cool.|Not cool !
You wanna get cute ?|Get cute.
I'm gonna go to my office.|I'm gonna file a complaint|to the manager of the building.
I'm gonna have you fired, Tony.|And, Mrs. Peterson, you're on|notice with the co-op board !
So you better just stop|whatever this is|that you're doing !
[ Engine Not Starting ]
Oh, yeah.|Oh. Oh, yeah.
Oh, come on !|[ Starts ]
Frank, you won't believe|what's been happening to me.|Is Adelle here yet ?
Hold it right there.|Where's Mintz ?
The building is closed, pal.|You have to come back tomorrow.
Frank, why do I feel|the need to remind you that|I'm Jack Campbell, President ?
I don't care who you are.|It's Christmas, and like I told|you, the building is closed.
I don't think|you heard me correctly.
I'm Jack Campbell.
Jack Campbell !
President !
Have a nice holiday, man.
[ Tires Screeching ]
## [ CD: "La Donna EMobile" ]
- That's my car !|- Hi, Jack.
- You stole my car.|- I know this whole thing is|really bizarre to you...
and you're feeling|quite shocked, but just hop in.
I'll explain everything|to you, okay ?
Come on.
Come on.
You're probably gonna|wanna buckle up, Jack.|This thing moves.
## [ Ends ]
- What's happening to me ?|- Breathe into the bag, Jack.
This kind of thing makes|a lot of guys have to throw up.|I seen it happen before.
So if you feel the urge, |you roll down the window|and do it out there.
[ Groaning ]|Try not to get|so worked up, Jack.
After all, you brought|this on yourself.
Brought what on myself ?|I didn't do anything !
" I got everything I need."|That sound familiar ?
You mean 'cause you thought|I was cocky, I'm now on|a permanent acid trip ?
Bag yourself, Jack.
[ Screaming ]
Oh, my God! Ah !
The way you intervened|in that store last night, you|did a good thing there, Jack.
I mean, it was|incredibly impressive all|the way across the board...
Oh, God !|to the upper echelons|of the organization.
Please just tell me|what's happening to me|in plain English...
without the mumbo-jumbo.
This is a glimpse, Jack.|A glimpse ?
I--A glimpse of what ?
You're gonna have to|figure that out for yourself|and you got plenty of time.
- How much time ?|- As much time as it takes,
which in your case is probably|gonna be considerable.
Okay, look, look. I-I-I|just want my life back, okay ?
Now, what's it gonna take ?|You wanna talk turkey ?
Let's talk turkey.|How much money ?
- It doesn't work like that, |and I can't tell you why.|- Why not ?
Because you have to figure|this thing out for yourself.
Are you listening to me ?|Figure it out, figure it out.|Figure out what ?
- Let it come to you, man.|- I don't have time for this|right now.
- I'm in the middle of a deal.|- Well, you're working on|a new deal now, baby.
What's this ?|Open it.
What is it, |some kind of a signal ?
[ Bell Dings ]|Will you come|whenever I ring it ?
Now you gotta|get out of the car, Jack.
But what do I do ?|I'm sorry. I can't spend|any more time with you.
I got some other business|I gotta take care of.|No, y-y-you did this to me.
You can't just|leave me like this.
Okay. Look, you wanna|get some air ? Let's get|outside, get some air.
We'll walk and I'll explain|everything to you, okay ?
- Thanks, man.|- Sure.
Excuse me. Do you know|where Merrison Street is ?
[ Chuckles ]|Jeannie.
I found Jack.|Oh, there you are, stranger.
Where you been ?
[ Sighs ]
You look terrible.|Truth is, I expected you.
Kate called and asked|if I knew where you were, so--
Oh, I put the Barcalounger|in the center of the room.|It's throwing everybody off.
What do you think ?
It's a great room.|Great room.
You and me, buddy, |we know how to live, huh ?
Come on.
Come on, Jack.|Come on--
Whoo !|[ Laughing ]
Come on, buddy.|Take your seat.
Are you okay ?
I mean, you take off Christmas|morning and you don't tell|anyone where you're going.
- We're friends ?|- Talk to me.
I'm having kind of|a bad day.
You know, I read somewhere|that the suicide rate doubles|during the holiday.
What am I saying that for ?|You don't wanna hear that.|Come on.
Is it--|Is it trouble at work ?
I--I don't think so.
Well, it's not Kate, |is it ?
You see, huh ?|It's like we're inside|each other's heads.
Kate's my wife.|[ Chuckles ]
Just keep saying it over|and over again, Jack, |like a mantra. Keep saying it.
Look, you know, |you fit the profile exactly--
in your 30s, house, kids, |financial responsibilities.
You start thinking|this isn't the life|I dreamt about.
Where's the romance, |you know ?
Where's the joie de vivre ?
Suddenly every lingerie ad|in the Newark Star-Ledger...
represents a life|that you can't have.
It's just two kids, |right ?
Come on. Come on.
All right, sometimes|it feels like you gave up|the whole world. I know that.
But look what you got.|Look at that:|four bedrooms,
two-and-a-half baths, |a partially finished basement.
And good kids.|Look. You know what ?
You probably don't wanna|hear this right now.
But remember last summer when|I almost had that thing with|Arnie, Jr.'s speech therapist ?
You remember what|you said to me ?
You said, " Don't screw up|the best thing in your life...
just because|you're a little unsure|about who you are."
Okay ?
Go get 'em, tiger.
Could you hold on|a second?
Um, never mind because--|because he just walked in.
Thank you. Thank you.
Do you... have any idea|what you put us through today ?
You walk out of here|at 7:30 in the morning.
You don't tell me|where you're going, |or even that you're going.
And I don't see you|till hours later ?
I called all of our friends.|I had the state troopers|looking for you.
I was on the phone|with the hospital, |for God's sakes.
What kind of man leaves his|family Christmas morning without|a word about where he's going ?
What kind of a man|does that, Jack ?|I don't know.
Could you--Could you please|stop yelling at me ?
Where were you ?|I was in the city.
The city ?|New York City ?
Yeah.|Why ?
Because that's where I live.|Don't start, Jack.|Don't.
Look, you don't understand.
I--I--I woke up|this morning here.
And this is very strange|because...
this isn't my house.
[ Groans ]|And those aren't my kids.|I'm not Dad.
I-I-I'm not a dad.|You're not my wife.
You know what, Jack.|It's not funny this time...
because I am really mad.
I mean, really mad.|I mean it.
I don't even--|[ Bell Dinging ]
What's that ?
I like it.|Thanks, Dad.
That's mine. Hey, |I need that back.
She took my bell.
You missed the whole thing--
the pancakes|and the presents.
You spent six hours|putting that bike together|for Annie,
and then you didn't even|get to see the look on her face|when she opened it.
You missed Christmas, Jack.
I'm sorry.
[ Sniffles ]|You know, we don't even|have enough time for this.
And at least you're okay.|I'm okay, we're okay.
But you've gotta get dressed|for the Thompson party.|And you are not wearing that.
I don't care how hilarious|you think it is.
Party ? No, I'm not|going to a party.
You look forward|to this party all year.|What is it with you today ?
Believe me, Kate.|I really don't think|that going to a party...
is the right move for me|at the present time.
Okay, fine. You know what ?|Then you just do|whatever you wanna do.
What are you doing ?|Telling my mother she doesn't|have to stay with the kids.
Why not ?|Because you'll be here.
I'll be ready in ten minutes.|[ Sighs ]
[ Groans ]
This is--This is|just subpar.
# Oh, the weather outside|is frightful #|[ Barks ]
Lance, here you go.
[ Doorbell Chimes ]|Excuse me.
# Let it snow, let it snow|Let it snow #
# It doesn't show|signs of stopping ##
Kate. Jack.|Evelyn.
Come in. Hey, everybody, |Kate and Jack are here.
[ All ]|Hey !|Jeannie.
Merry Christmas.|Merry Christmas.
Jack, |Merry Christmas.
So, like the dress ?|Oh, it's lovely.
I thought|I saw you notice it|at the kids' recital.
It's lovely.|It's lovely.
There he is.
Hey, Jack.|Happy holidays, man.|Yeah.
Jack, come on over.
Hey, Jack.|Cheers, baby.
You guys see Van Horn|last night ?|Thirty-two points.
That kid's gonna take|the Nets to the championship.|The Nets ? Are you kidding ?
They suck.
But they're due.|They're certainly due.
So, tomorrow's|the big day, Jackie.
Okay. Why ?
My triple bypass.
I'm going|under the knife tomorrow.|I told you that, right ?
Triple bypass.|Yeah.
You really think you|should be eating all that ?|Eh.
Figure I'm going in|for a cleaning tomorrow.
Might as well load up|on the fried stuff tonight, |right ?
That's good thinking, Bill.|Have another drink.
Some fried pork, |mashed potatoes.|He'll be dead by morning.
- How 'bout a cigar, Jack ?|- Oh, no, thank you.|I'm cutting down.
- Come on. They're|American made, not Cuban.|- Oh, really ?
Come on.
Very nice.|I thought you'd like 'em.
Mm. Mmm !
How 'bout you, Arnie ?|I'm all right. Thanks.
Finger food ?|No, thank you.|I'm fine.
Come on.|Soon as I put 'em down, |you're gonna grab a couple.
You always do.|No, I'm okay.
Let me. They will melt|in your mouth.
Good ?|Fabulous.
At the end of this whole thing, |she made me this|hand-embroidered sweater.
It was really lovely.|[ Jeannie ]|How nice.
So I'm slipping it on and|I notice that she's misspelled|the word "lawyers. "
Uh-oh.|I spent the entire day|walking around...
with a sweater that said, |" Nonprofit layers|do it for free."
So you're a lawyer ?
A nonprofit lawyer ?
- You don't get paid at all ?|Nobody makes a dime ?|-Jack ?
"Any hoo--"
[ Barks ]
[ Growling ]
I better go wake my mom.|There you go.
Uh, I don't think so.
- She's your dog, Jack.|- No, she's not.
You're right.|She's the kids' dog.
Maybe we should go wake Josh|and make him walk her.|[ Chuckles ]
If you take a dump sometime|in this century, then we could|go home where it's warm.
If I can even remember|how to get home.
You remember, |don't you, girl ?
[ Josh Crying ]
[ Crying Continues ]
Hello ?| ## [ Rock Playing Faintly ]
# Am I hard enough|Am I rough enough #
#Am I rich enough #
Hello ?| # I'm not too blind #
# To see #
- Hey !|- What ?
Oh. That baby's crying.
And ?
Don't give me that look, |Jack. Tuesday's your day|and you know it.
And listen, try and get Josh|to day care on time, okay ?
# You're a pretty, pretty|pretty, pretty #
# Such a pretty girl ##
[ Coos ]
All right.
[ Groans ]
Holy Mother of God !
Ohh !
[ Josh Expels Gas ]
[ Coos ]
You're not really|my dad, are you ?
No, I'm not.
I work on Wall Street, |you know, with|the big buildings.
I live in an apartment|with a doorman.
And I can buy|almost anything I want.
This isn't my life.|It's just a glimpse.
Where's my real dad ?
I don't know.|But don't worry.
He loves you, and I'm sure|he'll be back very soon.
What are you doing ?
They did a pretty good job.
Who did ?
The aliens|in the mother ship.
You look just like him.
Oh, thanks.
Slightly better looking|though, right ?
Oh, no, you're not gonna|start crying, are you ?
I don't think I could|really deal with that right now.
Do you like kids ?
On a case by case basis.
Do you know how|to make chocolate milk ?
I--I think I could|figure it out.
Promise you won't kidnap|me and my brother...
and plant stuff|in our brains ?
Welcome to Earth.
[ Man Singing On Tape ]| # We're going to the zoo|zoo, zoo #
# Look at all the crocodiles|swimming in the--## |[ Engine Off ]
This is where babies go|when their parents|are at work.
Just push the red button.
Do I get a receipt|or something ?
I have winter camping|till 4:00 and ballet class|until 5:30.
5:30. Okay.|And try not to be late...
'cause kids don't like to be|the last one picked up.|Got it. Good tip.
- Hey, Annie.|Where do I go now ?|- Big Ed's.
Big Ed's Tires ?|Why ?
- 'Cause you work there.|- You mean I sell tires.
That's what I do.|I'm a tire salesman.
Good Lord !
- Morning, Jack.|- Hi.
- Good morning, Jack.|- Hi.
Hey, Jack.
## [ "Sleigh Ride" ]
Jack, my boy.
Hey, guess who I played|bridge with two nights ago.
Hell, you'll never guess.
One Sydney Potter.|That's Sydney Potter, |C.E.O., Buy Rite Transport.
Only the third biggest|trucking outfit in the state.
"Any hoo, " he's looking|for a new parts supplier.
We can handle volume|like that, now can't we, Jack ?
I'm gonna have to|get back to you on that, Ed.
Right on.|[ Clicks Tongue ]
Right on.
Excuse me. Uh, do I--|do I have a private office|somewhere in the building ?
Sure, Jack.
Where is it ?
Oh, uh, it's--
it's right back--|right back there.
Thank you.|Yeah.
[ Groans ]
Oh, no.
You must've needed this|every day.
[ Sighs ]
[ Cup Clatters On Floor ]
What are you smiling about ?
Eighty-eight ?
I was in London in 1988.
You never went to London.
[ Woman Over P.A., Loudly ]|Jack, you're needed in mag|wheels. Customer waiting.
I was the number one|junior sales associate|for E.F. Hutton in 1988.
Did you know that ?|Uh, no.|No, I didn't.
That's great.
That's the kind of thing|you could really build on, |you know ?
Uh-huh. Yeah.|I mean, sales has always been|a feeder for M&A. Always.
Well, look, here we are.|The mag wheels. Mag wheels.
Hey, Jack, um, |are you sure you're okay ?
Well, I'm just|a little confused right now|about why I work here.
Uh--|[ Chuckles ]
I just started here|last Tuesday, so--
[ Woman On TV ]|The closing tip was|a mildly bullish plus-76.
Much of the market's action|today was fueled by the latest|round of merger mania...
to hit Wall Street...
when Global Health Systems|and Med Tech Pharmaceutical|announced their intentions...
to join forces in a massive|$122 billion stock swap deal,
the largest ever|in the health care industry.
When asked about the possible|anti-competitive implications,
Global chairman Bob Thomas|referred reporters...
to P.K. Lassiter & Company|president Alan Mintz, |the architect behind the deal.
- That's my deal !|- Ironically, Mintz first met|Thomas at a Lamaze class.
While coaching their pregnant|wives, Mintz and Thomas...|What ?
struck up a dialog, |and two months later, |the deal with Med Tech was born.
He wasn't the architect !|I'm the architect !
Labor department officials|announced today that 275,000|new jobs have been created.
The kids are asleep.|[ Chuckles ]
The kids, hon.|Honey.
Sweetheart, I said|the kids are asleep.
That's just great.|Those little monkeys|can be a real handful.
Hey, I was watching that.
Not tonight.| ## [ Stereo ]
[ Chuckles ]
Please leave|my socks alone.|[ Laughing ]
Wait.|[ Chuckles ]
- You want me.|- That is the general idea, |yeah.
Oh, well, maybe we should|grab a bottle of wine first.
[ Laughs ]|Kind of break the ice.
Yeah, that's very funny.|Look, it's 10:30.
By 11:00 you're gonna be|snoring like a monster,
but that's very sweet.
I'll remember that|for next time.
Whatever you say...|honey.
[ Chuckling ]|Yeah.
#Strange what desire|will make foolish people do #
# I never dreamed|that I'd need somebody #
# Like you #
Oh, God, you're beautiful.
Thanks, Jack.
No, I'm serious.
You're really stunning.
This is good stuff.|I want you to keep this up.
You were always|a very pretty girl in college.|There's no question about that.
But this--
[ Sighs ]|You've really grown|into a beautiful woman.
How can you do that ?
What ?
Look at me like you|haven't seen me every day|for the last 13 years.
Okay, wait. Don't move.|Don't look.
Stay right there.|[ Chuckling ]
I got something.
# The world was on fire #
# No one could save me|but you #
[ Whispering ]|Good night, sweetheart.
#Strange what desire #
# Will make foolish people do ##
## [ Stops ]
Okay, we're almost|out of here.
Mary Janes, Mommy.|You promised.
That's right.|I did promise.|Okay. All right.
We're gonna stop|at the kids' shoe|department first,
and then I gotta|pick up my watch|from the battery store.
Then I'm gonna go|to the linen store.
Why don't we go|to all the stores ?
Every single store|in this god forsaken|shopping mall.
Wouldn't that|be exciting ?
You know what ?|Why don't I take the kids,
and you just stay here|and hang out|in the men's department ?
Come on, hon.
It's perfect|for your frame.
Why don't you try it on ?
I might want to take|an inch out of the back.|Okay.
Lengthen the sleeve.
You look amazing|in that suit.
I mean, really--|wow !
Off the charts, great.
It's an unbelievable thing.
Wearing this suit|actually makes me feel|like a better person.
I'm gonna buy it.
It's $2, 400.
Are you out of your mind ?|Come on, let's go.
She got those shoes.|Those shoes were $25.
Come on.|Take it off, all right ?
We'll go to the food court|and get one of those|funnel cakes you like.
Daddy's a crazy guy.
[ Whispers ]|No.
Do you have any idea|what my life is like ?
- Excuse me ?|- I wake up in the morning|covered in dog saliva.
I drop the kids off,
spend eight hours|selling tires retail.
Retail, Kate.
I pick the kids up, |walk the dog,
which, by the way, |carries the added bonus...
of carting away|her monstrous crap.
I play with the kids, |take out the garbage,
get six hours of sleep|if I'm lucky.
Then everything starts|all over again.
So what's in it for me ?
Wh-Where are my Mary Janes ?
You know, it's sad to hear|that your life is such|a disappointment to you.
I can't believe it isn't|a disappointment to you!
Jesus, Kate, I could|have been a thousand times|the man I became.
I could have been|one of the richest--|Forbes--
How could you do this to me ?|How could you let me give up|on my dreams like this ?
Really, I want to know.
Who are you ?
All right, look.|I'm sorry.
[ Clears Throat ]|I'm sorry I was such|a saint before...
and I'm such a prick now !
But maybe I'm just not...
the same guy that I was|when we got married.
You know what ?|Maybe you're not.
Because the Jack Campbell|I married would not need|a $2, 400 suit...
to feel better|about his life.
But I'm telling you, |if that's what it's|gonna take, then buy it.
Jesus !|We 'll take the money out|of the kids' college fund.
Forget it.|We'll get a funnel cake.
It'll be the highlight|of my week.
Listen, I'm really sorry|about that back in the store.
I don't want to fight|with you.
I just sometimes wonder|how we ended up here, |you know.
I mean, back in college, |d-did you see us here ?
Life has thrown us|a few surprises.|I'll give you that.
It really has, hasn't it ?
Yeah. So, if you had to, |what would you say|was the biggest surprise ?
Just out of curiosity.|I'm just asking.
- Well, Annie, for one.|- Surprise, we're pregnant.
Yeah, that must have been.
I mean, that--that was.|That was a very|unexpected moment.
- What are you gonna do ?|- I think it turned out|all right, don't you ?
Yeah.|I really like Annie.
Well, good, Jack.|Maybe we'll keep her.
No, I love her.|I love Annie.
I'm just--
We had a lot of good times, |didn't we ?
Do you remember|the place on Charles Street|where we used to go ?
Charles Street ?
In the village ?
When we were living|in Greenwich Village.
Yeah. Yeah, yeah.|Great times. Great place.
Why did we ever leave ?
You can't really raise a kid|in an apartment in the village.
Then there was the whole trek|out to the hospital.|That didn't help either.
You were great. I mean, |surviving the heart attack|was one thing.
- You had a heart attack ?|- Hey, Jack, stop that.
'Cause I am--|I'm still mad at you.
Who knows what would|have happened if you hadn't|stepped in at the store ?
That's why I work|for Big Ed.
That's why I work|for Big Ed. Yeah.
So we had a baby, |Big Ed had a heart attack.
Bought that house, |and I've been working|for him ever since.
Sayonara, Wall Street.
Our life in a nutshell.
If you want to|look at it that way.
How would you look at it ?
A great success story.
What do you say, Jack ?|Show 'em how to do it, baby.|Jack, we need a strike.
- Damn !|-Jesus, Jack.|What are you doing ?
It's a league match.|Where's your follow through ?|Where's your stance ?
You know what ?|I'm doing the best I can.
It's okay, Jack.
[ Arnie ]|Why am I so competitive|all the time ?
You can still|pick up that spare.|Crack 'em, Jack !
Here we go.|Hurt 'em.
You're Jack Campbell.|You're better than the sport.
You shot the rapids in Kanai.|You ran with the bulls|in Pamplona.
You've jumped out of an airplane|over the Mojave Desert, |for Christ's sake.
You can do this.|You can do this.
You can do this.|You can do this.
Yes ! Victorious !
Ha-ha ? Ah-ha ?|[ Laughing ]
Huh ? All right!
High five !
You're up.|Go get 'em.
Hi, Jack.
Evelyn, right ?|[ Laughs ]|Very funny.
I saw you on lane 20.|You got the flu|or something ?
Something like that, |yeah.
Need a nurse ?
Are you a nurse ?
If that's what you want.
Hey, wait a minute.
Um, don't run away.
Are we--
Are we what, Jack ?
Is there something|going on between us ?
Are we finally|being honest ?
It would help me|if we were.
Okay. You're right.
We've been dancing|around this for years.
[ Sighs ]|Here goes.
When I get dressed|for a party, and I know|you're gonna be there,
let's just say|I don't go strapless|because my husband likes it.
I've got six sets|of snow tires piled up|in my garage,
and I won't even drive|in the snow.
And our kids|just happen to be...
in the same ballet class|every year.
So, if you're asking|whether I'd like it|to be more,
the answer's yes.
Kate would never|have to know.
Do I have your number ?
Steve's out of town|with the kids this weekend.
Why don't you|just stop by ?
Hey, Jack.|You're all flushed.
I feel good.|Guess that 71 took|a lot out of you.
No. I just saw|Evelyn Thompson.
She's relentless.
She wants to have|an affair with me.
- She said that ?|- Pretty much.
What is it about you ?
So... if you would write|her exact address down there.
You have a pen ? Please.|Whoa, whoa, whoa.|Hold on a second.
You're not actually thinking|about cheating on Kate ?
Well, it wouldn't really|be cheating, Arnie.
It's complicated.
It's complicated.
Maybe I haven't been as good|a consigliere as you've been|to me, but hear me out on this.
A little flirtation|is harmless,
but you're dealing|with fire here, man.
The Fidelity Bank and Trust|is a tough creditor.
You make a deposit|somewhere else, they|close your account...
forever, all right ?
Arnie, I don't want|your head to explode,
but I'm telling you, |those rules don't apply to me.
I-I'm not even--
I'm not talking about rules.|I'm talking about--
There isn't a guy|in Union County who wouldn't|give his left nut...
to be with Kate, |all right ?
She's amazing, and you're|gonna fuck it up.
Just think about that, |all right ?
Hey, honey.|How was the game ?
Long and boring|and generally pretty sad.
Arnie seemed to enjoy it.
Sort of.
Hey, where's|that chocolate cake ?
- Do you mean|this chocolate cake ?|- That's my piece.
I was saving it because I|got nauseated by that precooked|mini-mall rotisserie chicken.
Mmm. Mmm.|It's good.
Give me that cake.
No way.
Come on.|I'm sorry.
It's too important to me.
# Ta-da ##
I want that cake !
You want this cake ?|I want it.
Thank you.
It's good, right ?|Mm-hmm.
Oh, God !
Are the kids asleep ?
[ Chuckling ]
[ Whispering ]|Say it to me, Jack.|What ?
You know what I|like to hear.
I know, baby.|I know what you|like to hear.
Tell me.|Tell me, tell me.
You're a bad girl, baby.|You make me so hot.
What ?
Not it ?
Nice, Jack.
What ?|Sweeping me off my feet.
You make me hot.
[ Arnie On Video ]|What do you say, everyone ?
This is a little birthday|party for Katie.|Happy birthday, Katie.
Good to see you kids|still together.|Hello, kids.
Happy birthday.|Very exciting.|Evelyn, you look tremendous.
Thank you.|Look what happens|when I do that.
Jack ? The man.|Yes. Yes.
Do you have anything|to say to your lovely wife|on the day of her birth ?
You happy she was born ?|Hey, hey !|Today's your birthday ?
That's funny, Jack.|You know what ?
Wow, your birthday.|It's--You're my wife.
You are my wife.|Today is your birthday.|[ Kate Laughing ]
Well, actually, |I do have one thing|that I want to say to you.
And God, |I hope you like it.
Bill ?
- Oh, no.|-[ Arnie ] Yes.|You hit it, Bill.
You wore that shirt last year, |by the way. Just so you know.
# Many guys|have come to you #
- # With a line|that wasn't true #|- Oh !
# And you passed them by #
# Passed them by #
# Now you're in the centering|and their lines|don't mean a thing #
# Why don't you|let me try #
# Let me try #
# Now, I don't wear|a diamond ring #
# I don't even have|a song to sing #
# All I know is|la-la-la-la|la-la-la-la-la #
# Means I love you #
# La-la-la-la|la-la-la-la-la #
# Means I love you #
## [ Piano Continues ]
[ Crowd ]|Ahh !
[ Woman ]|Sweet.
# The things I am saying|are true-ooh-ooh #
# And the way I|explain it to you #|[ Chuckling ]
[ Man ]|Get down, Jack.| # Yes, to you #
# Listen to me|La-la-la-la #
# La-la-la-la-la|means #
# I love you #
# Ohh #
# La-la-la-la|la-la-la-la-la #
# Means I love you ##
Happy birthday, |sweetheart.|[ Cheering ]
[ Arnie ]|Yeah.
Yeah, Jack !|[ Crowd Applauding ]
[ Arnie ]|There's love in the air.
He loves her.|It's official.|There's love.
[ Growls ]
[ Alarm Ringing ]
Mmm. Come on, |it's time to get up, honey.
Go, go.|[ Sighs ]
Good morning, Joshie.
[ Coughs ]
Happy anniversary, honey.
Now, listen, before you|do whatever crazy stunt|you've got planned,
I want you|to open mine first.
Maybe I should wait.
No ! Come on !|Come on, come on, come on.|Open it.
Zeena ?
I found it|at an outlet store.
Look, I know it's a knock off, |but I think it's gonna|look great on you.
Ah, enjoy it, sweetheart.
[ Giggling ]
Yeah, uh--You're probably|expecting something from me.
Um, here's the thing.
I hadn't really planned|on giving you your|anniversary gift...
until tonight.
You know, anniversary's|good all day.
What are you talking about ?|You can never wait all day.
You can't even wait|till it's light out.|Come on !
I know. I know.|That's me. It's true.
And--But, um,
it's funny.
You forgot.
You actually forgot|our anniversary.
I'll fix it.|I'll go out right now|and I'll get you something.
I'll make it right.
Let me know if|there's enough chocolate|in there, sweetheart.
Mm, not bad.|Good.
I should have warned you.
Dad always does|something really special|for the anniversary.
Like what ?|One year he had a star|named after her.
He had a star|named after her ?
Well, that's nice, |but isn't that|a little... corny ?
Mom liked it.
Maybe there's a jewelry store|at the mall. I can pick her up|a pair of earrings or something.
That's good, but...
you did forget|the anniversary.
That's right.|That is a major oversight.|Okay, okay.
So, if I'm Kate, |I can't afford|the finer things.
My husband's career|is definitely a crushing|disappointment to me.
I'm trapped in suburbia.
Did he ever take her|to the city ?
Now you're getting|the hang of it.
## [ Piano ]
## [ Piano Continues ]
[ Whispering ]|Jack, can we afford|this place ?
I'm taking my baby out|for our anniversary.|Damn the costs.
[ Speaking French ]
We'll have the Terrine|of Quail Breast with|Shiitake Mushrooms to start.
Then the Veal Medallions|in Raspberry Truffle Sauce.
And the Sea Scallops|with Pureed Artichoke Hearts.
Very good, sir.|And may I say, those are all|excellent selections.
You may. Also, we'll have|a bottle of Lafite, '82.
Honey, that's an $800|bottle of wine.
We'll just have some red wine|by the glass.
You are so not|off the hook yet, Slick.
But I'm getting close, |right ?
You wanna dance ?
I-I don't think|there's dancing here, Jack.
Sure, there is.|Come on.
Not bad for a tire salesman|from New Jersey.
I have my moments.
You gotta try|one of these.
God, I miss that taste.
I need to tell you|something.
Okay.|[ Sighs ]
I think it may help us,
but there's a slight chance|it could make things worse.
I'm living|someone else's--
I feel like I'm living|someone else's life.
I remember I used to|walk to work, and, uh,
I had a warm bialy|in my hand,
and a hot cup of coffee|from Dean & Deluca,
the crisp feeling|of The Wall Street Journal,
the smell of leather|from my briefcase.
I used to be so sure|about everything, |confident.
You know, I-I knew|exactly who I was...
and what I wanted.
And then one morning, |I woke up...
and suddenly|it was all different.
Worse, do you mean ?|No.
Well, maybe a few things,
but mostly just different.
And it's okay.
But I never used to|be like this, Kate.
I was the guy|who had it all figured out.
I had no doubts.|I had no regrets.
And now ?
Now I don't.
I don't have it|all figured out.
Me neither.
But you always seem|so certain.
Do you think|there aren't mornings|when I wake up...
and wonder, "What the hell|am I doing in New Jersey ?"
Yeah.|My office is a dump.
I answer my own phone, |and you seen my paycheck.
Your paycheck is a disgrace|to paychecks.
Can you imagine a life...
where everything|was just easy ?
You know, where you ask|for things, and people|just bring them to you ?
It's wonderful.
I think about it too.
I do.
I wonder about what kind|of life I would have had|if I hadn't married you.
And ?
Then I realize I've just erased|all the things in my life|that I'm sure about.
You and the kids.
Good things.
What are you sure about ?
I'm sure that right now,
there's nowhere else|I'd rather be|than here with you.
Oh, Jack.
You like it ?|Ohh.
[ Gasps ]|This is beautiful.
[ Cork Pops ]|[ Gasps, Laughs ]
You know champagne|makes me do crazy things.
I'll just fill yours|up to the top.
[ Sighs ]
I don't know|how you did it, Hoss, |but you pulled it off.
I'm out|of the doghouse ?|Way out.
Happy anniversary, |sweetheart.
You may even get lucky|tonight, Jack.
You're so beautiful.
I already told you|you were gonna get lucky.
My God.
All this time,
I never stopped|loving you.
[ Whispering ]|That's all I wanted|to hear.
## [ Violin:|"Twinkle, Twinkle, |Little Star" ]
## [ Humming ]
I'm gonna wear|the usual today.
What are you thinking ?
You want to come|to work with Dad, |help me sell tires ?
It's fun.|I'm pretty good at it.
Who's this ? Who's that ?|Who is that ?
Who's on that tie ?
That's Grandpa.
[ Coos ]|Yes.
Jack !
Have a great day.
[ Chuckling ]
For the money, |this is hands down|the best radial we carry.
Okay.|I guess I'll take 'em.
You won't regret it.|Tommy.
Would you set Mr. Collin up|with four B.F. Goodrich|G-Force T.A.'s ?
Give him ten percent off|for having the best costume.|Thank you.
You bet.|Right this way, sir.|Follow me.
Tell me, does the tire|smell good ?
[ Woman On P.A. ]|Remember our|Valentine's Day special:
balance and alignment|for free !
How are you doing today ?|It just blew out on me.
Do you have a tire|like that ?
I seem to have|some sort of a blowout here.
- Why don't you let me|take this one, Kenny ?|- Okay, chief.
Peter Lassiter.
Do I know you ?|Not exactly.
I've seen you on CN BC.|You look taller|in real life.
Truth is, Mintz was so busy|timing his wife's breathing,
he didn't realize that|Med Tech needed Global more|than the other way around.
Ten days, two weeks tops, |they would have approached|you with an offer.
I'm willing to bet anything|it would have been|130 billion, not 122.
The trouble is, Peter, |you had a pussycat|running the show.
What you needed|was a Doberman.
I'm impressed.|I really am.
Now, about my car.
Sure. We're gonna have to|special order that tire,
so it'll be ready|in a couple of days.
All right.|This is my office address.
Why don't you drop off|the car yourself ?
[ Door Opens ]
[ Horn Honking ]
[ Horn Honking ]
We're really more|of a boutique operation, |as you can see.
But you're not interested|in boutique dollars.|I get it.
He's expecting you, |Mr. Lassiter.
Alan, |this is Jack Campbell,
the one I was|telling you about.
Of course.|Jack. Hi.|Mr. Mintz.
No, just call me Alan.|We like to cultivate a very|casual atmosphere here.
I can see that.|What can I tell you ?|Do you have kids ?
Uh, actually, yes.|Two of them. Good ones.
Great, great.|Why don't you have a seat ?
Peter mentioned to me|that you're an avid|CN BC watcher.
But he didn't say|whether you had any actual|Wall Street experience.
Um, I was a sales associate|at E.F. Hutton.
A broker, really ?
And now you're in|the tire business ?
That's right.|And auto supply.
In the retail end, |I understand.
We get about 60 percent|of our business|from automotive service.
And do you mind me asking|what kind of sales you did|in the last year ?
Just ball park.|We did 1.7 million|in total revenue.
1.7. That's great.
And what do you project|for this year ?
I think we're gonna have|a banner year.
Sales are up|almost 20 percent|in the first quarter,
and we just landed|a major trucking company|account.
You did ? That's great.|So that puts you just a tad|over two million ?
That's right.|And that would make us|number one in our market.
Excuse me. I'm gonna get|a glass of water.
Look, I know our paltry|little $2 million in sales...
is about what you spend a year|on office supplies.
And some regional|trucking company account|is nothing compared...
to a multi-billion-dollar|merger.|No, no, no.
- I'm not trying to knock|the tire business.|- It's okay. I get it.
I'm in your shoes, |I'm thinking the same thing, |but here's the deal.
Business is business.|Wall Street, Main Street.
It's all a bunch of people|getting up in the morning,
trying to figure out|how they're going to send|their kids to college.
It's just people, |and I know people.
- Oh, I'm sure you do.|- Take you, for instance, Alan.
You have|a certain energy about you, |an active kind of energy.
I wouldn't be surprised|if you drank about 16|Diet Cokes a day.
You're an excellent father, |but you feel guilty about the|time you spend away from home.
You drink bourbon, but you|offer your clients Scotch.
And your wife|decorated this office.
He certainly seems|to have your number.
You're a little tougher, |Peter.
For one thing, |you like expensive things.
That's easy.|You've seen my car.
You smoke|Hoyo de Monterreys.
You're a Scotch man, |single malt,
not because it's trendy|but because you've been|doing it for 40 years...
and you like to stay|with what works.
You have two|great loves in your life:|your horses...
and this company.
And you're a man who prides|himself in finding talent|in unusual places.
- How would you know that ?|- Because I'm here.
I'm prepared to do|whatever it takes|to get this job.
I'll start wherever|I have to start.
I'll park cars|if I have to.
The biggest part of judging|character is knowing yourself, |and I know this:
I can do this job.|I can.
Give me a chance, Peter.|I won't let you down.
Alan, why don't you|show Jack around ?
This is our war room.|We did seven major deals|in here last year,
three of them... hostile.
Seven ?|Yeah. You get a kind|of a feeling from--
Can we cut the shit here|for a minute ? Where did you|get that information ?
Did you go through his wallet ?|Did you surf some Net ?
It doesn't really matter|because that circus act|you pulled back there...
may have dazzled Lassiter, |but it doesn't cut any shit|with me.
Even if you get this job, |which I highly doubt,
let me just give you|a word of warning.
Peter Lassiter gets tired|of his pet projects|very, very quickly.
I've got that big office|because I prove myself to him|year after year after year.
Nobody is gonna come in here|and turn the old man's head,
especially not|some tire salesman|from New Jersey.
So if you're cautious|and you're quiet,
you watch yourself, |stay away from Lassiter,
maybe I'll think about|keeping you on here|after he gets bored with you.
Do we understand|each other ?
Alan !
God, you really|are different.
Excuse me ?|I mean, wow !
I'm impressed.|I'm impressed.|Good for you.
Are we understanding|each other ?
Yes, Alan, |I understand you.
Okay then.|Good.
Good.|Okay. Okay.
Alan !
Keep your eyes closed.|Hold on.
[ Laughs ]
Go ahead.|Open your eyes.
Welcome to Xanadu.
It's pretty incredible, |isn't it ?
It's like a museum.|Uh-huh.
Look around.
So what's|the big surprise ?
You didn't rent this|for the weekend, did you ?
Think... bigger.
For the week ?
This place is a perk, |Kate.
A perk ?|Mm-hmm.
For what ?
A company called P.K. Lassiter|Investment House...
uses it to attract|new executives.
I'm going into arbitrage, |honey.
It turns out|I have a knack for it.
Jack, what are you|talking about ?
I'll be making|twice what I make now, |plus a hefty bonus.
That's just to start.|And we can live|in this apartment...
practically rent free...
until we find|a place of our own.
Are you out of your mind ?
I don't think so.
This is gonna be a better life|for all of us. We can put Annie|and Josh into private schools.
Annie goes to|a great school, Jack.
I'm talking|about the best schools|in the country here.
What could you possibly|be thinking about ?|What about my job ?
Well, this is New York City.|It's like the needy people|capital of the world.
Your Jersey clients aren't|a tenth as pathetic as the|ones you could find here.
I can't even believe|you're talking about|moving back into the city.
I thought the reason we left|was because we didn't want to|raise the kids here.
No. No.|This is the center|of the universe.
If I were living in Roman times, |I would live in Rome.|Where else ?
"Today America|is the Roman empire.|New York is Rome itself."
John Lennon.|Jack !
Okay, you know something ?|I'm detecting, like, |a funky tension here.
This was supposed to be|a happy day, so guess what ?|I don't need this.
We don't have to live here.|Forget it.
- I'll commute.|I'll drive to work.|- God !
In traffic, |it's over an hour each way.|That's three hours every day.
- When are you ever|going to see the kids ?|- Kate.
You're not understanding me.
I'm talking about|a perfect life, |a great life.
Everything we pictured|when we were young.|The whole package.
You said so yourself.|Life has thrown us|a few surprises.
We made sacrifices.|Well, guess what ?
Now I can finally|get us back on track.|I can do that, Kate.
I want to do that.|I need to do that as a man !
For all of us.
Please just think about this|for one second.
No more lousy restaurants.
No more clipping coupons.
No more shoveling snow.
Then get a goddamn|snowblower, Jack !
Don't go get a new career|without even telling me|about it !
And don't--don't take Annie|out of a school she loves.
Don't move us out of a house|we've become a family in.
[ Sighs ]
Don't you see ?|I'm talking about us|finally having a life...
that other people envy.
Oh, Jack.
They already do envy us.
From London to New York.
I came back.
When you got on that plane, |I was sure it was over.
I left the airport afraid|I'd never see you again.
And then you showed up|the very next day.
That was a good surprise.
You know, I think about|the decision you made.
Maybe I was being naive, |but I believed...
that we would grow old together|in this house,
that we'd spend holidays|here and...
have our grandchildren|come visit us here.
I had this image of us|all gray and wrinkly,
and me...|working in the garden,
and you repainting|the deck.
[ Inhales, Sighs ]
But things change.
If you need this, Jack,
if you really need this,
I will take these kids|from a life they love,
and I'll take myself|from the only home we've|ever shared together...
and I'll move wherever|you need to go.
I'll do that|because I love you.
I love you,
and that's more important to me|than our address.
I choose us.
[ Sighs ]
[ Yelling ]
[ Jack ]|Oh. I'm gonna chase you.|[ Annie Giggling ]
You can't catch me.|No, you can't. You can't.
[ Both Laughing ]|[ Jack ]|Oh !
Whoa ! Oh. Whoops !
I fell down.|[ Panting ]
I knew you'd come back.
Oh, Annie.
I love you.
[ Bicycle Bell Ringing ]
[ Ringing Continues ]
[ Ringing ]
What are you doing ?|Ringing my bell.
4.99 ?|It's just salt, |for God sakes.
[ Man ]|Ninety-nine cents, darling.
[ Register Bell Rings ]|Out often.
- You.|-Jack !
What's up ?|How you feeling, baby ?
Why are you here ?
Here's your change, darling.|Five, six, seven, eight,
nine, oh-one.
Is that rock salt ?
Look at you, man.|Went and got all domestic|and everything.
You really figured|some things out, huh ?
You're not|sending me back.
- Everything okay ?|- Yeah.
Hey, did you hear me ?
Wait a second.|I'm talking to you.
[ Scoffs ]|You see that ?
Character.|And for what, for nine bucks ?|That's just so disappointing.
I'm not going back.|You understand me ?
Okay, relax, Jack.|You can't do this.
You can't keep coming in|and out of people's lives, |messing things up.
It's not right.
A glimpse, by definition, |is an impermanent thing, Jack.
I've got kids.|I'm going home.
[ Bell Dings ]
Is it morning yet ?
No, honey.
Go back to sleep.
Take care, Annie.
I'm going back to|the mother ship.
These past few weeks, |I know I've done some--
some unusual things.
It's been interesting, |that's for sure.
I've done some good things, |too, though, haven't I ?
You've been Jack Campbell, |and that's always a good thing.
I need you|to remember me, Kate.
How I am right now...
at this very moment.
I need you to put|that image in your heart|and keep it there.
Keep it with you|no matter what happens.
- Are you okay ?|- Yeah. Yeah.
Please just promise me.
You have to promise me, |because if you don't, then|it's like it never happened,
and I don't think|I can live with that.
I promise.
Promise me again.
I promise.|Okay.
Now come to bed.
[ Phone Rings ]
[ Rings ]
What time is it ?
Okay. Yeah.
[ Sighs ]
Waiting for me|by the door, huh ?|Paula.
Merry Christmas.
Christmas ?|It's not Christmas.
It's whatever you|want it to be, Jack.
It's not Christmas.
Jack. Jack ?
[ Knocking ]
Can I help you ?
Is Kate here ?
Does Kate live here ?|Kate ? No.
There's nobody|named Kate here.
Of course not.
You okay ?
## [ Portable Phone ]
## [ Continues ]|Hello.
Santa Claus, where are you ?|Everybody's here.
- Adelle ?|- You're a half an hour late.
The emergency strategy session, |trip to Aspen ?
Is this ringing|any bells ?
Everybody is panicked|here, Jack.
Jack ?
I'll be there|in 20 minutes.
No, I'm not gonna go talk|to them until I have something|to talk to them about.
Steve, I don't care|if it's Christmas day.|We're in a crisis here.
Wait a minute.|Jack just walked in.|I'll call you back. Jack.
Thank God that you're--
- You're here.|Are you all right ?|- What's going on here ?
What's--|Well, it's not good.
Bob Thomas has been talking to|a European drug company, Jack, |and we don't know which one.
They're gonna let Bob buy|a minority stake, and let him|keep running the entire company.
Global knows. I don't know|how they know, but they know|and they're up in arms.
They think that somehow|we should have been prepared|for this. Prepared !
Oh, God, we're in trouble.
You know something, Alan ?
Somewhere inside of you, |there's a much more|assertive person.
Is this another one of those|Sun Tzu Art of War tricks ?
So what are we|gonna do, Jack ?
Jack ?
I'll tell you exactly|what we're going to do.
You're going to do|whatever you have to do|to find out...
which European company|he's been talking to.
Then I'm going to|clean myself up,
fly to Aspen|and drink eggnog|with Bob Thomas.
His wife and kids will be|playing in the background|in the snow...
while I convince him|that the European company...
is the devil...
and Global is the answer|to his prayers.
Then I'm gonna spend|four hours skiing... alone.
Completely|and utterly alone.
I'm going to do that|because that is my life,
that's what's real...
and there's nothing|I can do to change that.
[ Beeping ]
For Manhattan.
Kate Reynolds.
I need an address too.
It's very fragile, |so I want you to be|very careful with it, okay ?
It's valuable.|It's over 300 years old.
You'll probably need|a few guys to carry it.|All right.
The painting is also very, |very old, so take extra care.
It means a lot to Kate, okay ?|I appreciate it.
Yeah ? What ?
Are you from|the moving company ?|I'm Jack Campbell.
I'm an old... friend|of Kate's.
Kate, some guy is here.
Did you call the airline|like I asked you to do ?|It's like two hours--
God, it's been a long time.|You look--
You look great.|Thanks.
I--Come on in.|Come on in.
I'm just doing some--|Lori, do you know|where those boxes--
I'm sorry.
No, no, no !|You know what--|Jack.
Don't--Please.|I don't even care.
Oh, great. Thank you.
- What's going on ?|- I'm moving to Paris.
Hey, Lori, |have you seen that box ?|It says "Jack" on it.
I put it with the rest|of the Salvation Army stuff.
Do you want me|to look for the box|or call the airline, Kate ?
Hey, kind of under|a little pressure here.
Hey, kind of|giving up Christmas day|for my ex-boss here.
Hey, didn't mind offering|to help when she was opening|the Prada bag I gave her.
- Maybe it's by|the wardrobe boxes.|- Thank you.
- So you're moving.|- Yeah, to Paris.
My firm has an office there.|I'm gonna be heading it up.
Paris. Paris, France ?
That's the one.
So you're--you're not|at a nonprofit firm ?
[ Laughs ]|God, no, not with|what they pay me.
Are you married ?
No, I never got married, |Jack. You ?
Not exactly.
Look, could we|take a minute here,
maybe go get a cup of coffee|or something ?
- I'll go for a cup of coffee.|- Yes. I found it.
Congratulations.|Your earlier flight|was canceled,
but I got you|out of Kennedy|on United at 7:00.
- Excellent.|- Am I good or what ?
Yes, you're brilliant.
Thank you.|You're welcome.
Here you go. It's just|some old stuff of yours.
Do you ever think|about us, Kate ?
About what might|have happened ?
Jack, I'll tell you what.
If you're ever in Paris, |look me up and we'll go have|that cup of coffee, okay ?
Or cafe. Or cafe au lait.|Oh, wait. No, no, no, no !
Don't close that up.|I will never find|this box again.
Well, I marked it.|Just be more specific|next time.
We 'll leave it open then.|I was just trying|to close it up.
Make a right here.
[ Man ]|Sir, you're gonna be late|for your flight.
We're not going|to the airport.
[ Tires Screeching ]
You can't leave this here.
You can't park here !
[ Female P.A. Announcer|Speaking French ]
Kate ! You can't go.
- Don't get on that plane.|-Jack ?
Please, let's just|go have a cup of coffee.|That's all I'm asking for.
I'm sure there's another|flight to Paris tonight.
Jack.|What are you doing here ?
Do you need closure ?
Because if you do, |after all these years, |you got it.
I'm okay. I'm fine.
I--I was heartbroken, |Jack,
but I got over it, |I moved on, and...
you should move on too.
Okay ? I'm sorry.
I just can't--|I've gotta go.
I-I--I'm sorry, Jack.|I'm sorry. Excuse me.
Can I just--|I'm sorry. I was here.
We have a house in Jersey !
We have two kids.
Annie and Josh.
Annie's not much|of a violin player, |but she tries real hard.
She's a little precocious, |but that's only because she|says what's on her mind.
And when she smiles--
And Josh,
he has your eyes.
He doesn't say much, |but we know he's smart.
He's always got|his eyes open.
You know, |he's always watching us.
Sometimes you can look at him|and you just know...
he's learning something new.
It's like witnessing|a miracle.
The house is a mess, |but it's ours.
After 122 more payments, |it's going to be ours.
And you, |you're a nonprofit lawyer.
That's right.|You're completely nonprofit.
But that doesn't seem|to bother you.
And we're in love.
After 13 years of marriage, |we're still unbelievably|in love.
You won't even let me touch you|till I've said it.
I sing to you.
Not all the time, |but definitely|on special occasions.
And we've--we've dealt|with our share of surprises|and made a lot of sacrifices,
but we stayed together.
You see,
you're a better person|than I am,
and it made me|a better person|to be around you.
I don't know.|Maybe it was all|just a dream.
Maybe I went to bed|one lonely night|in December,
and I imagined it all, |but...
I swear, nothing's ever|felt more real.
And if you get|on that plane right now,
it'll disappear forever.
I know we could both|go on with our lives, |and we'd both be fine.
But I've seen...
what we could be like|together.
And I choose us.
Please, Kate.
One cup of coffee.
You can always|go to Paris.
Just... please,
not tonight.
Okay, Jack.
[ No Audible Dialog ]
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Friends - 4x19 - The One With All the Haste
Friends - 4x20 - The One With All the Wedding Dresses
Friends - 4x21 - The One With the Invitation
Friends - 4x22 - The One With the Worst Best Man Ever
Friends - 4x23 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 1
Friends - 4x24 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 2
Friends - 5x01 - The One After Ross Says Rachel
Friends - 5x02 - The One With All the Kissing
Friends - 5x03 - The One Hundreth
Friends - 5x04 - The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
Friends - 5x05 - The One With the Kips
Friends - 5x06 - The One With the Yeti
Friends - 5x07 - The One Where Ross Moves In
Friends - 5x08 - The One With All the Thanksgivins
Friends - 5x09 - The One With Rosss Sandwich
Friends - 5x10 - The One With the Inappropiate Sister
Friends - 5x11 - The One With All the Resolutions
Friends - 5x12 - The One With Chandlers Work Laugh
Friends - 5x13 - The One With Joeys Bag
Friends - 5x14 - The One Where Everyone Finds Out
Friends - 5x15 - The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey
Friends - 5x16 - The One With the Cop
Friends - 5x17 - The One With Rachels
Friends - 5x18 - The One Where Rachel Smokes
Friends - 5x19 - The One Where Ross Cant Flirt
Friends - 5x20 - The One With the Ride-Along
Friends - 5x21 - The One With the Ball
Friends - 5x22 - The One With Joeys Big Break
Friends - 5x23 - The One in Vegas
Friends - 6x01 - The One After Vegas
Friends - 6x02 - The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel
Friends - 6x03 - The One With Rosss Denial
Friends - 6x04 - The One Where Joey Loses His
Friends - 6x05 - The One With Joeys Porsche
Friends - 6x06 - The One On the Last Night
Friends - 6x07 - The One Where Phoebe Runs
Friends - 6x08 - The One With Rosss Teeth
Friends - 6x15
Friends 7x01 - The One with Monicas Thunder
Friends 7x02 - The One With Rachels Book
Friends 7x03 - The One With Phoebes Cookies
Friends 7x04 - The One With Rachels Assistant
Friends 7x05 - The One With The Engagement Picture
Friends 7x06 - The One With The Nap Partners
Friends 7x07 - The One with Rosss Library Book
Friends 7x08 - The One Where Chandler Doesnt Like Dogs
Friends 7x09 - The One With All the Candy
Friends 7x10 - The One With The Holiday Armadillo
Friends 7x11 - The One With All The Cheesecakes
Friends 7x12 - The One Where They are Up All Night
Friends 7x13 - The One Where Rosita Dies
Friends 7x14 - The One Where They All Turn Thirty
Friends 7x15 - The One With Joeys New Brain
Friends 7x16 - The One With the Truth About London
Friends 7x17 - The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress
Friends 7x18 - The One With Joeys Award
Friends 7x19 - The One With Ross and Monicas Cousin
Friends 7x20 - The One With Rachels Kisses
Friends 7x21 - The One With the Vows
Friends 7x22 - The One With Chandlers Dad
Friends 7x23 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 1
Friends 7x24 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 2
Friends 9x01 - The One Where No One Proposes
Friends 9x02 - The One Where Emma Cries
Friends 9x03 - The One With The Pediatrician
Friends 9x04 - The One With The Sharks
Friends 9x05 - The One With Phoebes Birthday Dinner
Friends 9x06 - The One With The Male Nanny
Friends 9x07 - The One With Rosss Inappropriate Song
Friends 9x08 - The One With Rachels Other Sister
Friends 9x09 - The One With Rachels Phone Number
Friends 9x10 - The One With Christmas In Tulsa
Friends 9x11 - The One Where Rachel Goes Back To Work
Friends 9x12 - The One With Phoebes Rats
Friends 9x13 - The One Where Monica Sings
Friends 9x14 - The One With The Blind Dates
Friends 9x15 - The One With The Mugging
Friends 9x16 - The One With The Boob Job
Friends 9x17 - The One With The Memorial Service
Friends 9x18 - The One With The Lottery
Friends 9x19 - The One With Rachels Dream
Friends 9x20 - The One With The Soap Opera Party
Friends 9x21 - The One With The Fertility Test
Friends 9x22 - The One With The Donor
Friends 9x23-24 - The One In Barbados 1 2)
Frisson des vampires Le
From Beijing with love
From Dusk Till Dawn
From Dusk Till Dawn 3 The Hangmans Daughter
From Hell
From Justin To Kelly (Special Edition)
Frontera La
Frusta e il corpo La
Fucking Amal
Fudoh The New Generation 1996
Fugitive The - The Chase Continues
Fugitives (2000)
Fukssvansen (Chop Chop)
Full Frontal 2002
Full Metal Jacket
Full Time Killer
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD1
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD2
Fun in Acapulco (Richard Thorpe 1963)
Funeral Parade of Roses
Funeral in Berlin
Funny Girl
Fuochi dArtifizio
Furia (2002)
Fury The (1978)
Futurama 1x01 - Space Pilot 3000
Futurama 1x02 - The Series Has Landed
Futurama 1x03 - I Roommate
Futurama 1x04 - Loves Labors Lost in Space
Futurama 1x05 - Fear of a Bot Planet
Futurama 1x06 - A Fishful of Dollars
Futurama 1x07 - My Three Suns
Futurama 1x08 - A Big Piece of Garbage
Futurama 1x09 - Hell is Other Robots
Futurama 2x01 - A Flight to Remember
Futurama 2x02 - Mars University
Futurama 2x03 - When Aliens Attack
Futurama 2x04 - Fry and the Slurm Factory
Futurama 3x01 - Amazon Women in the Mood
Futurama 3x02 - Parasites Lost
Futurama 3x03 - A Tale of Two Santas
Futurama 3x04 - The Luck of the Fryrish
Futurama 3x05 - The Birdbot of Ice-catraz
Futurama 3x06 - Bendless Love
Futurama 3x07 - The Day the Earth Stood Stupid
Futurama 3x08 - Thats Lobstertainment
Futurama 3x09 - The Cyber House Rules
Futurama 3x10 - Insane in the Mainframe
Futurama 3x10 - Where The Buggalo Roam
Futurama 3x12 - The Route of All Evil
Futurama 3x13 - Bendin in the Wind
Futurama 3x14 - Time Keeps on Slippin
Futurama 3x15 - I Dated a Robot
Futurama 3x16 - A Leela of Her Own
Futurama 3x17 - A Pharaoh To Remember
Futurama 3x18 - Anthology of Interest Part 2
Futurama 3x19 - Roswell That Ends Well
Futurama 3x20 - Godfellas
Futurama 3x21 - Future Stock
Futurama 3x22 - The 30 Iron Chef
Futurama 4x01 - Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch
Futurama 4x02 - Leelas Homeworld
Futurama 4x03 - Love and Rocket
Futurama 4x04 - Less Than Hero
Futurama 4x05 - A Taste of Freedom
Futurama 4x06 - Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV
Futurama 4x07 - Jurassic Bark
Futurama 4x08 - Crimes of the Hot
Futurama 4x09 - Teenage Mutant Leelas Hurdles
Futurama 4x10 - The Why of Fry
Futurama 4x11 - Where no Fan Has Gone Before
Futurama 4x12 - The Sting
Futurama 4x13 - Bend Her
Futurama 4x14 - Obsoletely Fabulous
Futurama 4x15 - The Farnsworth Parabox
Futurama 4x16 - Three Hundred Big Boys
Futurama 4x17 - Spanish Fry
Futurama 4x18 - The Devils Hands are Idle Playthings
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD1
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD2