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--- Far From Heaven ---
{y:i}Mother! Mother,|{y:i}can I sleep over at Hutch's tonight?
Mrs. Hutchinson|gave permission.
Not tonight, David.|Your father and I are going out,
and I need you|to look after your sister.
Aw, shucks.|Now move out of the way|so Mother can park.
Sherry Seeger says they only|cost five or six dollars.
Please, Mother.|Please, can I?
Oh, Sybil, thank heavens.|Well, I knew you were|going to the grocery.
David, please help Sybil|unload the car.
How comeJanice|doesn't gotta?|Doesn't "have" to.
BecauseJanice is carrying|in all her belongings...
and marching straight|upstairs into a bath.
Your father and I have|an engagement tonight, so I want|you to have a nice early dinner.
And help Sybil.|[Together]|Yes, ma'am.
Sybil, did Mr. Whitaker call|while I was out?|Not since you've been gone.
How do you like that guy?|Mother, can I please get them?
Janice, I said we'd|discuss it with your father.|Now hurry on inside.
David, put your bike away|and help with the groceries.
Where's your jacket?|It's inside.
{y:i}[Car Horn Honks]
{y:i}Well, hello, stranger.
Aren't I seeing you|in about three hours' time?|You are.
But I just left the caterers|and I had to dash over.
Oh, you have|the samples?|You bet.
Oh, come inside.|You just caught me actually.
I could only stay a second.|I still have loads to do.
David, what did|I tell you?|I'm getting the last bag.
And imagine|with the table setting|I showed you.
The aqua trim.|Is that smart?|Oh, yes.
You like?|Mm-hmm.
Well, I'll call the caterer|in the morning, you confirm|with Dorothy on the deposit...
and, honey,|we're in business.
Magnatech '57,|here we come.|You betcha.
Thanks for stopping by, EI.|I'll see you at 8:00.
You know Frank...|on the dot.
{y:i}When you were a little girl,|{y:i}you lookedjust like me, right?
{y:i}So, when I grow up,|{y:i}does that mean I'll look like you?
Is that what|you want, darling,|to look like me?
{y:i}Yes, I hope I look|{y:i}exactly as pretty as you.
What a lovely compliment|coming from my perfectly|lovely daughter.
Where on Earth|is your father?
Sybil, did I leave|my gloves on the hall table?
{y:i}Yes, I see them.
It's nearly 20 after|and Mr. Whitaker|still hasn't phoned?
I'm at my wits' end.|Oh, thank you, Sybil.
I tried phoning the office|even though I knew|no one would be there.
{y:i}[Phone Ringing]|I certainly hope that's him,|because if it isn't...
Whitaker residence.|[Man] This is the|Hartford Police Department...
calling for a Mrs. Frank Whitaker.
Who is it?|The police department.
Yes, am I speaking|with a Mrs. Frank Whitaker?|Yes.
One moment, please.
Cathy?|Oh, Frank.
Are you all right?|What happened?|Everything's fine.
It was all|just a big mix up...
the whole thing.
But you have to come get me.|They won't let me leave on my own.
Oh, Frank, don't worry, darling.|I'll be there as soon as I can.
Is there anything|I can do, Mrs. Whitaker?
Just keep an eye on the children,|please. I don't think I'll be very long.
{y:i}Big time faggot.|{y:i}Family man.|{y:i}Never can tell.
Say, get a load of this one.|You don't see that every day|of the week.
[Chattering Continues]
This is your copy, ma'am,|and your receipt.
Thank you.
[Sighs]|Oh, Frank.
[Sighs]|I tell you one thing...
if it hadn't been for that|sniveling junior cop,
they would have never|gone through this whole charade|in the first place.
Instead of trying to save face...|I saw that guy that they were after,|that loiterer.
But they wouldn't|listen to me.
So, there were|drinks after work?
What do you mean?|They said something,|intoxication level, something...
Christ, I had one lousy cocktail|with Bill after work|going over the portfolio.
Should I be|arrested for that too?|No, of course not, darling.
The whole thing has|just put me in a foul state.
He's fine.|Oh, the car's fine.
Frank says it was|the bumper that got hit.
But you know me,|I can't tell the difference.
Oh, I'm just sorry|we had to miss it.
She was fine.
{y:i}Said it was all a dreadful bore,|{y:i}what with Mona Lauder...
and her gossip.|{y:i}Cathy,
I'm sorry.
Darling, you've nothing|to be sorry for.
It was all just|a silly, wretched mistake.
I'm so tired.
Of course you are.
You sleep now.
{y:i}The bus is here.|{y:i}[Cathy]|{y:i}Have a good day at school.
I thought you were going to|have another piece of toast.
It's late. I should|be getting down there.|{y:i}[Doorbell Rings]
Can I at least fix you lunch?|No, thank you, dear. I've got|lunch meetings all week.
It's portfolio season.
Sybil, if that's the milkman,|his check is in the drawer.
I'm just glad you're|feeling better, dear.
- Thank you, darling.|{y:i}- [Shutter Clicks]
Pardon me, ma'am, sir.
Mrs. Whitaker, this is Mrs. Leacock.
{y:i}She said she had an appointment|{y:i}with you this morning.
Oh, jiminy, I completely|forgot the time.|Please forgive me.
I do apologize,|Mrs. Whitaker,
but candid views are|always the best.
Good-bye, darling.|Good-bye, dear.
Mrs. Leacock.|Pleasure, Mr. Whitaker.
Your husband's|a very charming man,|Mrs. Whitaker.
Thank you. We're rather|fond of him ourselves.
Now, please, won't you come in?|Make yourselves at home.
I suppose|I still can't imagine...
why you would want|an interview with someone|like me in the first place.
"Readers of the" Weekly Gazette,|{y:i}Mrs. Whitaker...
women just like yourself...
with families|and homes to keep up.
A good society paper...
need not be a gossip rag.
{y:i}You are the proud wife...
of a successful sales executive...|planning the parties,
{y:i}and posing|{y:i}at her husband's side|{y:i}on the advertisements.
{y:i}To everyone here in Connecticut,
you are Mr. And Mrs. Magnatech.
Thank you.|I'm very flattered.
But, really, my life is like|any other wife or mother's.
In fact, I don't think I've,|I've ever wanted anything...
What is it, dear?
I think I just saw someone|walking through our yard.
What on Earth...
Oh, my...|Mrs. Whitaker, perhaps you|should call the police.
Excuse me.
{y:i}May I help you?
Who are you?
I'm sorry, ma'am.|My name is Raymond Deagan...|Otis Deagan's son.
I was just taking over|some of his...
Oh, you're Otis's son.
I-I'm terribly sorry|for speaking to you|in that manner.
I-I didn't know|who was in my yard.
Oh, no need.|How is your father?|I know he was in the hospital.
Yes, well,
my father's passed away,|I'm afraid.
Oh, I-I had no idea.|I'm, I'm so very sorry.
Please, accept our|deepest condolences.
Your father was|a wonderful, dedicated man.
Thank you.|{y:i}[Sybil]|{y:i}Mrs. Whitaker?
The caterer's|on the line.|Oh, thank you, Sybil.
I beg your pardon. Would you|excuse me for just a moment?|Of course.
Mrs. Leacock,|I'm terribly sorry.
{y:i}I'll just be|{y:i}one minute more.|{y:i}[Leacock] That's fine, dear.
{y:i}[Woman] Good morning,|{y:i}Magnatech International?|{y:i}How may I direct your call?
Good morning,|Mr. Whitaker.|Good morning, Kitty.
Lovely dress|you're wearing.|Thank you, sir.
Good morning,|Marlene, Stan.
Good morning, Mr. Whitaker.|How's the second-best golfer|in Hartford this morning?
Somebody break|the books already?
Don't tell me our wives'|party budgets finally came in.
It's almost as fatal.|Millstein called.
Looks like New York|just shaved a week off|portfolio deadline.
You've got to|be kidding me.|I wish I were.
What are they trying to do,|strangle us to death?
Does Doug know?|Yeah, I called him|first thing.
All right.|Get Doug and the others.
Call a portfolio meeting|for lunch today.
Marlene, see if you can|reschedule the production review|for dinner.
And, uh, could you get|my wife on the phone,|please?
Thanks, Stan.
[Exhales Deeply]
[Buzzer]|[Woman On Intercom]|Mrs. Whitaker is on line one.
Oh, Frank. I'm sorry.
No, no, I understand.
I just wish you wouldn't|overwork yourself, especially after...
I know.
I will.
See you then.
Good-bye, dear.
I'm terribly sorry|about all the interruptions.
Now, where was it|you wanted me?
Just one more|at the fireplace.
That's it.
Now smile.|Isn't that darling?
Hold it.
Well, I guess that|about wraps it up.
Bob, Rick.|Gentlemen.
You're sure you're all right|getting home, sir?
Thank you, Davis.|But as 2nd in command|of the "U.S.S. McMillan,"
I do feel equipped|to locate my own car|without cover.
Very good, sir.|Bright and early.
Sir, can you spare|some change, please?
Spare change?|Anything would help.
Spare change?
Where ya headed,|tiger?
{y:i}[Man On TV]|{y:i}Look out, Jake!|{y:i}[Gunshots]
Oh, for heaven's sake.
David, that is the third time|I've told you to turn off that|infernal racket and go to bed.
{y:i}Can I pleasejust this once?
No, you certainly may not,|and that is final.
Ah, geez.|That is not the kind of language|we use in this house.
Now march.
And don't forget|to wash your teeth.
{y:i}[Man In Movie]|{y:i}Feeling better now?
{y:i}[Man In Movie]|{y:i}Mrs. White?
{y:i}[Man]|{y:i}The picture?|{y:i}[Man #2] Yes.
{y:i}[Man #1]|{y:i}I thought you really enjoyed|{y:i}the scene in the gentlemen's lounge.
[Laughing]|How about a drink?
{y:i}Sure.|{y:i}I knowjust the spot.
{y:i}I'll bet you do.
{y:i}Identifiication, please.
{y:i}Huh?|Identification...|Driver's license.
[Clears Throat]
Thank you, sir.|Have a pleasant evening.
Yes, sir.|What can I get you|this evening?
Uh, just a scotch...|neat, please.
Yes, sir.
{y:i}There you are, sir.
One more of the same.
"So, does the fabled maxim hold|that behind every great man|there resides a great lady?
"In this case, wife, mother|and Mrs. Magnatech herself,
"Cathleen Whitaker|proves that it does.
"A woman as devoted|to her family...
as she is kind to Negroes."
To Negroes?|Let me see that. What on Earth|is that woman thinking?
Cathy? Oh, she's been liberal|ever since she played|summer stock at college...
with all those|steamyJewish boys.
Why do you think|they used to call her "Red"?
Oh, for heaven sakes.|Let's go inside before|Joe McCarthy comes driving by.
- Uh-oh.|{y:i}- [Cathy]|{y:i}Oh, I love that scarf.
{y:i}Oh, I'm sure itjust|{y:i}blew behind the house somewhere.
For heaven sakes.|This really|isn't your day, is it?
No.|Did they really|call you "Red"?
Oh, Nancy. Honestly!
Would anyone like|another daiquiri?
Better not.
Oh, no,|one's my limit.
All right, girls.|No more beating around the bush.
Nancy.|Oh, I... I can't.
Oh, come on.|It can't be that bad.
{y:i}Um, well, uh...
Mike insists on...
He insists|on once a week.
- Ah, you got off easy.|- Once a week?
Oh, you're lucky.|Ron's more like two or three.
Three, really?|And how.
That's nothing.|Girlfriend of mine...|Shirley Dawson.
{y:i}Her husband...|{y:i}every night of the week.
Plus, three more times|on the weekend.
Can you imagine?
It was lovely, Cathleen.|Thank you. Bye.
Bye, girls.|The chicken was divine.
Oh, thanks, EI.|I'll call you tomorrow.
All right. Bye-bye.
Could this possibly...
Oh, I'm sorry.|No. You found it.
Yeah, I found it hanging|off one of the birches out back.
It was so windy.
I was going back into the house|and it just sailed off my neck.
I had a feeling|it might be yours.
Who else could have|been so absentminded?|No, no, it's the color.
It just seemed right.
Well, thank you, Mr. Deagan...|for finding it.
Please, call me Raymond.|Thank you, Raymond.
Everything looks wonderful,|by the way.|Good.
I think we got everything|pretty much under control.
Well, it can't have|been easy... taking over|for your father so quickly.
Well, between Pop's business,|my, uh, shop...
and taking care|of my little girl,
doesn't leave much time|for reflecting.
I didn't know you had children.|Just the one...|Sarah's her name.
And how old is Sarah?|Eleven.
Well, I'm sure|she's a lovely child.
You and your wife|must be very proud.
Well, um, Mrs. Deagan,|my wife, uh,
passed away when|Sarah was about five.
Oh, Raymond,|I'm so sorry.
Thank you.
Sarah and I,
we do just fine.
You know,|I got a picture|of her somewhere.
There she is.|That's my Sarah.
[Chuckling]|Oh, she's darling.
Look at those eyes.
Now, what's this I hear|about a shop?
Oh, yeah, the plant shop.|It's just a little place|down on Hawthorn.
Started out as|a service for gardeners...
till I opened the store|about six years ago,|and, uh...
Well, it's the only thing|that business degree's|been good for yet.
Why, that's marvelous, Raymond.|You should be very proud.
Well, I am.
Uh, if you're ever|in the neighborhood,|be sure to stop by.
I certainly will.|All right, then.
Thank you.|You're welcome.
{y:i}[Phone Ringing]|If that's|your father...
Don't worry Sybil,|I'll get it.
{y:i}[Phone Rings]
{y:i}Frank,|{y:i}you haven't left yet?
{y:i}Oh, no.|{y:i}Not again.
All right.
Good-bye, dear.
He isn't|coming home again?|No, he's going to be late.
Father never wants|to come home.
Janice, he most certainly does.|He's just very busy at work and|under a great deal of strain.
Yeah!|Shut up.
Janice, that's enough.
Sybil, you know what?
Wrap up Mr. Whitaker's plate.|I'm going to run down|to the office...
and take it to him myself.
All the way|downtown?|It's not so very far.
Anyway,|the children are fine.
Knowing Mr. Whitaker,|I'm just saving him another|night of pretzels and coffee.
Thank you.
I'm just dropping|something off for my husband|on the 12th floor.
Mr. Whitaker. Thank you.|All right.
{y:i}Oh, Frank.
{y:i}[Glass Shatters]
Mr. Maynard...
left an estimate|for the roof.
I put it|in the kitchen.
Twelve hundred something.|Cathy...
I can't.
I don't...
Eh, you see, uh...
a long time ago,
a long, long time ago,
I had, um,
um, problems...
"I just" f"igured that was..."
{y:i}that was it.
{y:i}I- I never imagined...|You had problems?
You, uh, never|spoke to anyone...
a-a doctor?|{y:i}No.
No one?
I don't understand.
Neither do I.
What if... I mean,
there must be people who...
{y:i}[Panting]|{y:i}I- I don't know.
Otherwise,|I don't know what I...|{y:i}Cathy.
All right.
Thank you.
{y:i}Mr. And Mrs. Whitaker,|{y:i}this is Dr. Bowman.
{y:i}Mr. Whitaker,
how do you do?|Hello.
Mrs. Whitaker,|how lovely.|Thank you.
I suppose we may|as well get started.
Actually, uh, Mrs. Whitaker,|I think it might be best...
if your husband and I|conversed in private.
In private.|Yes, of course.
I think|it would be best.|Certainly, Doctor.
I'll see you later.|I'll see you later, dear.
Today, the general attitude|regarding this sort|of behavior...
is naturally more modern,
more scientific than it|ever has been before.
{y:i}But for those|{y:i}who do seek treatment,
who possess the will|and desire...
to lead a normal life,
there still remains|only a scant...
five to thirty percent|rate of success...
for complete|heterosexual conversion.
{y:i}For many, it's|{y:i}the treatment itself...
{y:i}that often changes|{y:i}the patient's mind.
{y:i}[Clears Throat]|{y:i}What does it, uh, comprise of?
- The treatment.|- The treatment's comprised|of psychiatric sessions...
twice a week,|sometimes more.
{y:i}Just talking?|Yes.
Though some patients|have explored additional,|more behavioral methods.
- Behavioral?|- Electroshock aversion|therapy for instance.
Or hormonal|rebalancing procedures.
{y:i}I know this can all seem|{y:i}rather daunting at first.
I suggest|you take some time.
Think over the various options|we've discussed.
Discuss it with your wife.|{y:i}No, I already know.
I want to begin treatment.
I can't let this thing...
destroy my life,
my family's life.
I, uh... I-I know it's a sickness,
because|it makes me feel...
I promise you, Dr. Bowman,|I'm going to beat this thing.
I'm gonna break it.
So help me God.
{y:i}[Bowman]|{y:i}Why don't you confirm those|{y:i}times we discussed with Rosalyn.
I'll see you here|same time next Tuesday.|Thank you, Doctor.
Mr. Whitaker,|Mrs. Whitaker.|Thank you, Doctor.
I'm just proud of you,|that's all.
Don't say that.|Well, I am.
He seems a very decent man,|Dr. Bowman. Don't you think?
Frank?|I don't know, Cathleen.
I suppose he's decent.
But you must have liked him enough|to want to see him again.
Who else am I going to see?
Well, I'm sure there are|numerous doctors in Hartford|or Springfield if you...
Look, I just|want to get the whole|fucking thing over with!
Can you understand that?
Frank, please don't.
I-I'm sorry.
All right, Cathy, I'm so sorry.
Good morning,|Mr. Whitaker.|Morning.
{y:i}Good morning,|{y:i}Mr. Whitaker.|Hi, Kitty.
I hope you have|a pleasant day, sir.|Thank you.
Good morning,|Mr. Whitaker.|Marlene.
I found this|in the cupboard, sir.|What's that?
Your office lamp...|the one that was missing.
Ah...|Should I have|it repaired, sir?
Yes. Yes, thank you, Marlene.
Mr. Whitaker,|Mr. Fine's been waiting.
I didn't see you|sitting there.
Everything all right?
Oh, with me?|Of course.
What's up?|Just picked up|the galleys from the printer.
How do they look?|Great, just great.
Just leave them there.|I'll take a look|first chance I get.
You'll let me know|what you think?
Of course I will.|You're first on my list.
What's it gonna take|to get you back|on that course anyway?
We haven't seen you|for weeks.|I know.
Sunday. No excuses.
All right.|I'll hold you to it.|[Chuckling]
Thanks again, EI.|You sure that's all|I can give you?
Oh, yes. The caterer should|have everything. I just thought|a few extras would be nice.
Oh, don't forget.|The art show is Saturday.|Start working on Frank tonight.
I swear he's the kind of man|you have to pin messages to.
Though I'm sorry to say,|Mona Lauder "will" be attending.
Turns out her uncle's in town,|some hotshot art dealer from New York.
I think I met him|at one of Mona's soirees.
A bit flowery|for my taste.
How do you mean?|Oh, you know,|a touch light on his feet.
Oh, you mean...|Yes, darling,|he's one of those.
Of course,|I could be mistaken.|Just an impression I got.
You don't care|for them particularly?
Well, no, not particularly.|Not that I actually know any.
Call me old-fashioned,|I just like all the men|I'm around to be all men.
Say, why the third degree?|It's not|the third degree.
I'm just interested,|that's all, in your views.
I read an article|in a magazine.
I'm just delighted|to see you taking interest|in yet another civic cause.
I can see it now.
"Cathleen Whitaker and|her kindness to homosexuals."
Ugh. That word.
See you Saturday...|and bring Frank.|I'll try.
[Engine Starts]
{y:i}Then Billy Hutchinson stole|{y:i}a pass at the ten-yard line.
Ran it all the way for a touchdown.|You shoulda seen it, Pop.
Father, want to see my routine|for the ballet recital?
Hey, I was talking to Pop.|Children, give your father|a moment to eat his dinner.
Would you like|another lamb chop, dear?
Oh, I'm fine.|{y:i}Are you sure?
{y:i}I have plenty|{y:i}in the oven.|No, thank you.
I'm, I'm fine.
{y:i}We're playing Lincoln|{y:i}on Saturday, Pop...|{y:i}if you're not working.
That reminds me. This Saturday|is the reception for the modern|art show I told you about,
the one that Eleanor's group|is sponsoring.
Oh, God.|{y:i}I know how you hate these things,|{y:i}but I simply have to go.
- Eleanor pleaded with me to ask you.|{y:i}- Wait, what about me?
No one cares one bit|what I'm doing Saturday.
David, I'm sorry.
But this Saturday|your mother has an engagement|that simply cannot be changed.
Well, Pop could come.
{y:i}Couldn't you, Pop?|{y:i}[Cathy]|{y:i}We'll see, David.
Janice, could you please|pass the butter?
Thank you.
{y:i}[Man On TV] President|{y:i}Eisenhower was determined to|{y:i}keep the troops there until...
...satisfactory or|unequivocal assurances that...
{y:i}Did you see him?
You didn't say a word.
So how did it go|with Bowman?
Did you feel...|It was fine.
And there's nothing else|you care to share with|your very own adoring wife?
Cathleen, what I discuss|with this doctor...
it's private, all right.
- That's part of it.|- Oh, I understand, darling.
I do.
Oh... [Chuckling]|Frank, wait till you|see the hors d'oeuvres.
The caterer's doing,|just such a marvelous job.
I think you're going to be|so pleased this year, darling.|I really do.
Eleanor, darling,|I'm so sorry I'm late.
Cathleen, darling.|Hello, Mona.
Uh, I want to introduce you|to my uncle, Morris Farnsworth,
that wickedly successful|Gotham art dealer...
who was kind enough to attend|our provincial little gathering.
Morris, darling,|allow me to introduce you...
to my dear little friend,|Cathleen Whitaker,
whose face and civic fancies|are hardly strangers...
to the society pages|of Hartford.
Oh, Mona. Really,|you must ignore her,|Mr. Farnsworth.
Charmed.|I do hope|you enjoy your stay.
Morris was just telling us|the most delightful tale...
all about|a forged Rembrandt.
Cathy, don't let us keep you.|I know you want to see the show.|I am dying to see it.
Oh, yes, dear,|simply charming.
Eleanor, you should|be so proud.|Thank you, Mona.
It was lovely to meet you,|Mr. Farnsworth.|Likewise, my dear.
{y:i}[Shutter Clicks]|Wife of Hartford executive...
communing with Picasso?
[Chuckling]|Mrs. Leacock, it's lovely|to see you again.
And how is that|charming husband of yours?
Oh, he's very well.|Thank you.
{y:i}Um, would you excuse me|{y:i}just a moment?
Oh, certainly, dear.|Thank you.
Raymond, what a tremendous|surprise finding you here.
Mrs. Whitaker, hello.
Is this your daughter?|Yep, this is my Sarah.
Hello, Sarah.|Hello.
{y:i}- [Boy]|{y:i}Bobby, get over here!|- Say, Sarah,
isn't that Hutch|and his little brother|I see playing out front?
You remember them,|don't you, baby?
Oh, sure you do.
The day we went|to the Hutchinson house.
Oh, yeah.
What do you say|you go out and see if they'd|like to play for a while?
Ah, go on.
For Daddy?
{y:i}Oh, Raymond, she's lovely.|{y:i}Thank you.
Well, how on Earth did you|find out about this show?
Well, I do|read the papers.|W... No, of course you do.
I just meant that it's...|it's such a... it's a coincidence.
I know.|I was just teasing you.
Because, you know,|I'm not prejudiced.
My husband and I|have always believed in|equal rights for the Negro...
and support the N.A.A.C.P.
I'm glad to hear that.
I just wanted|you to know.|Well, thank you.
Oh, not at all.|[Chuckles]
Straighter, Tommy!|You got to throw it straighter.
And hard.|One, two, three, go!
{y:i}[Sarah]|{y:i}It's too heavy.
What?|On the back.|Your airplane.
Who asked you?|Come on, Bobby.
So, what's your opinion|on modern art?
Uh, it's hard|to put into words really.
I-I just know what I care for,|and, and what I don't.
{y:i}Like this... I don't know|{y:i}how to pronounce it.
I don't know why,|but I just adore it.
A feeling it gives.
I know that sounds|terribly vague.
No, no, actually it confirms|something I've always wondered|about modern art, abstract art.
What is that?
That perhaps it's just|picking up where|religious art left off,
{y:i}somehow trying|{y:i}to show you divinity.
{y:i}The modern artistjust pares it|{y:i}down to the basic elements|{y:i}of shape and color.
{y:i}But when you look|{y:i}at that Miró,
you feel it just the same.
Why, that's lovely,|Raymond.
To tell the truth,|I've always preferred|the work of the Masters.
Would you excuse me|a moment?|Oh, certainly.
Cathleen...|Oh, EI, honey,|everything looks just marvelous.
Cathy, who on Earth is that man?|You have this whole place in a clamor.
For heaven sakes why?|Because of that ridiculous story?
Who is he?
He's Raymond Deagan,|Otis Deagan's son.
Your gardener?|He passed away and Raymond's|taken over his business.
You certainly seem|on familiar terms with him.
Oh, "familiar terms"...|What does that mean?
He happens to have some very|interesting views on Miró.
Oh, jeepers, look at the time.|I have to fly. I'm having the|carpets cleaned for tomorrow...
What time are|the caterers showing?|They said 4:00.
I'll come early,|for moral support.|You're a doll.
So glad you could make it.|Come in. Come in.
{y:i}Not to say that I'm against integration,|{y:i}mind you.
I do believe|it's the Christian thing to do.
But I still say|what happened in Little Rock...
could just as easily|have happened here in Hartford.
- Nonsense.|- Well, why is that?
Well, for one thing,|there's no Governor Faubus|in Connecticut.
But the main reason,|there are no Negroes.|{y:i}[Laughter]
{y:i}No, but there are some...
rather dangerous pro-integration|types right here in Hartford.
Dangerous?|Oh, yes.
Some very attractive ones, in fact,
noted, I'm told,|for their kindness to Negroes.
Oh, Dick, stop.|Where on Earth did you|hear about that?
Shirley read it to me.|I should have known.
- What's all this?|- Absolutely nothing.
Now, let me freshen those.
Excuse me, please.|Thanks.
Oh, by golly, there she is now,|the "purtiest" gal in the room.
Oh, Stan,|liquor brings out the Texan in you.|I hope Eleanor isn't listening.
So what if she is. I still say|Frank is the luckiest guy in town.
{y:i}[Man] Hear! Hear!|It's all smoke and mirrors, fellas.|That's all it is.
You should see her|without her face on.
{y:i}- [Woman] Frank!|{y:i}- [Cathy] No, he's absolutely right.
We ladies are never what we appear,|and every girl as her secrets.
I'll say.|How about this girl getting|her husband another drink?
Darling, don't you think|you've already had enough?
No, I don't think I've had enough...
I'd just like to take a moment|to raise a glass to our|marvelous host and hostess...
and another|glorious annual party|at the Whitakers.
To Frank and Cathy,|truly Mr. And Mrs. Magnatech.
[All]|Hear! Hear!
My goodness.|Thank you very much.
Now, who can I|freshen up? Ron?|No, I'm fine.
Me.|Oh, I think you're|fresh enough.
All right.
{y:i}[Sybil]|{y:i}Here, Mrs. Whitaker,|{y:i}let me take that for you.
Thank you, Sybil.
Honey,|is everything all right?
Why? What do you mean?
Frank... I've never|seen him so soused.
Oh, he's been working so hard lately.|He's under tremendous strain.
You sure that's all?|Oh, yes.
You'd tell me|if there was anything more?|Of course I would.
Well, Cathy,
I think we just threw ourselves|one class-"A" swanky function.
It did turn out nicely,|didn't it?
Cathleen, darling, you've simply|outdone yourself once again.
Thank you so much.
Well, if I do say so myself,|it was a lovely party,
all considering.
I just wish...
it didn't have to turn ugly...
in front of our friends.
Honestly, Frank,|if you didn't insist on...
What is it?
Oh, Frank.
Oh, Jesus.
Oh, Jesus!|What's happening?|I can't even...
God!|Frank, it doesn't matter.
The important thing|is to keep, to keep trying.|Don't!
I'm sure, you know,
Dick Dawson wouldn't mind|lending his services|every once in a while.
Oh, Frank.
I mean, you wouldn't|mind that so much,|would you?
A good-looking guy|like Dick.
Maybe even Stan|would pitch in.
Frank, you're the only man|that I've ever wanted.
Just let go.|Frank, Frank, you're...
You're all men to me.|You're all man.
Stop it!|[Gasps]
Cathy. Cathy, I'm sorry.|Oh. I'm so sorry.|I didn't mean to.
It's all right.|I'm-I'm all right.
It was an accident.|Are you bleeding?
Oh, just... just the littlest bit.
Perhaps, um, you could get me|some ice, dear.
Some ice?|Yes.
Cathy...|I-I know.
Uh, um, it's all right.|I'm all right.
{y:i}[Birds Chirping]
{y:i}Hey, there, hon. Listen.|{y:i}I can't stay. I'm meeting Stan|{y:i}for lunch at the club.
Oh, that sounds like fun.|Can't believe I let you|get away without these.
It's cute, your hair that way.|Oh, yeah?
I experimented.|Oh, it's adorable.
Thanks.|Oh. Whoopsie.
What happened to your head?
Oh, nothing.|I... I hit the door.
It was|the silliest thing.
Did something happen|between you and Frank?
What do you mean?
Cathy,|I'm your best friend.
Nothing happened.
Nothing at all.
Oh, Cathy.
Cathy, I'm your dearest|and closest friend in the world.
You call me... day or night.
You hear?
{y:i}[Car Door Opens and Closes]
{y:i}[Engine Starts]
{y:i}[Sobbing Continues]
{y:i}Mrs. Whitaker?
Is there anything I can do?
[Sobbing Continues]
{y:i}You sure?|[Sniffles]|I'm... I'm fine.
I just, um...|[Sobs]
I-It's a difficult time|[Sniffs] with my husband.
Oh. It happens with married people.
{y:i}I know it does. I'm just...|{y:i}It's just embarrassing.
Please forgive me.|{y:i}Forgive you?
Mrs. Whitaker, listen.
{y:i}I have to pick up some shrubs|{y:i}from a farmhousejust out of town.
Which means I gotta get a move on.
Why don't you|come along for the ride?
Some fresh air,|change of scenery...
might help you|take your mind of things.
Ooh. Oh, no.|I, uh... [Sniffles]
I couldn't. Uh...
Thank you, Raymond,|for offering.
{y:i}You're very kind.
You sure?|{y:i}[Sybil]|{y:i}Mrs. Whitaker?
Oh. Yes, Sybil?|{y:i}It's Mrs. Barker|{y:i}on the phone.
I'll be right there! Oh.|[Exhales Deeply]
[Sniffs]|Mm. I have to get back.
{y:i}[Door Closes]
Oh, not at all. Um, well,|I... I was planning on|picking them up at 5:00.
You'd like to switch|for Thursday?
I don't see why that|would be a problem.
Um, No. I'm glad|I could be of help.
Bye now.
[Sniffs, Exhales Deeply]
Raymond.|Mrs. Whitaker.
Oh, wouldn't you know it.|I just received a call and|suddenly everything's changed.
Anyway, I...
You changed your mind.
Well, good.
Thank you very much,|Mr. Deagan.|Thank you.
{y:i}[Dog Barking]
Oh, it's lovely.|What is it?
{y:i}Hamamelis...|well, flowering witch hazel.|Fairly rare in these parts.
It's beautiful.
You were right.|What a perfectly|lovely spot.
{y:i}Is that a path?
I think so.
Let's have a peek.|All right.
{y:i}Sometimes it's the people|{y:i}outside our world...
{y:i}we confiide in best.
But once you do... confide,|share with someone,
they're no longer|really outside, are they?
Oh. Look!
How lovely.
Did he cause that?
He didn't mean to strike me.
I am so sorry.
No. Heaven knows|we all have our troubles.
I'm sure you,|yourself...
I don't know.|Ever since running into you|at the exhibition,
I kept wondering|what it must be like...
to be the only one|in a room.
Colored or...
whatever it was.
How that|might possibly feel.
I'm sure I've...|I've never...
I suppose you sort of|grow accustomed to it over time.
I mean, don't get me wrong.
There is a world,|even here in Hartford,
where everybody|does indeed look like me.
Trouble is, very few people|ever leave that world.
I only want what every father|wants for his child.
The opportunities growing up|I never had.|Naturally.
But I tell you something.|If you're really interested...|Oh, I am.
You hungry? I mean,|could you eat something?
I suppose I could.|[Chuckles]|Tell you what,
I'm gonna take you|to one of my favorite spots.
On good days,|it's got hot food,|cold drink,
and just about|discernable music.
It's hard|to beat that.|There you go.
Say, who's green Edsel?|{y:i}Yoo-hoo.
Yoo-hoo.|Here I am.
{y:i}Oh. There you are, ma'am.
Let me get that for you.
[No Audible Dialogue]
Oh. Thank you very much indeed.
{y:i}Thank you, ma'am.
[Chuckles]|Oh, my God.
Let me help you|with that, ma'am.|Oh. Thanks very much.
{y:i}[Chattering]|"##"#"##"#"[Radio: Blues]"
Thank you.|I'm hardly dressed|for a restaurant.
You look fine.
{y:i}[Noisy Chattering]
[Chattering Becomes Hushed]
Raymond.|Don't worry.
This is a very friendly place.
Say there,|Esther.
What, you can't|say hello anymore?
Looks like you speakin'|just fine for yourself.
Oh, now you just sore because|I haven't been coming around|like I used to.
Is that so?|Mm-hmm.
Now what do you say|about bringing us over|a couple of drinks?
What would you like?|Oh, uh, a daiquiri|if they...
One daiquiri|and a bourbon on the rocks.
Thank you, doll.
What do you think|you're doing, boy?
Thank you.
Well, I hope you're|finding this very amusing.
What do you mean?|This is a very welcoming place.
How you doin', Gus?
See what I mean?
Thank you.
Thank you, Esther.
Here's to being the only one.
You know,|we don't have to stay here.
If you feel uncomfortable...|No. As long as|I stay away from Esther,
I think I'll be fine.
All right then.|[Chuckles]
Thank you, Raymond,
for a lovely afternoon.
No. Thank you, Mrs. Whitaker.
I've had one as well.
Mrs. Whitaker|sounds so formal.|Would you...
Would I what?
Ask me to dance?
"##"#"##"#"[SlowJazz Continues]"
{y:i}Oh. That looks wonderful.|{y:i}Now, let's see.
Where should we put it?|Oh. I know. Right there.
Right|by the window.
Yes.|That's lovely.|It certainly is.
Oh. Now, let's see.|Where did I put that list?
Although I promised Janice|that I wouldn't be late|for her recital.
Can't miss that.
Sybil, I've been meaning|to ask you...|Yes, ma'am?
What's the name|of that church group|you belong to?
The one|you mentioned to me.|You mean, at Ebenezer?
The Baptist group?|Yes. I believe that's it.
Or was it South Green Baptist|during the fair drive,|the Ladies Auxiliary?
Oh. I didn't know|there was more than one.
Yes. I always seem to be|signing up for something.
I think that's marvelous,|Sybil, that you find the time|with all you do for us.
[Chuckles]|I just have so much in the attic|I've been meaning to go through.
I thought you|might know of a church|or civic organization...
that could use a donation.
Well, certainly,|Mrs. Whitaker, if that's|what you're looking for.
Places in need|are never hard to find.|I'm sure you're right.
Oh! My. Hello.|May I help you?
Good afternoon, ma'am.|Allow me to introduce myself.
My name's Reginald Carter|and this is Martha Livingston.
We're members|of the Hartford Branch...
of the National Association|for the Advancement|of Colored People.
Oh, well, certainly,|I am familiar|with your organization.
Perhaps you'd be|interested in reading over|our complimentary brochure.
Mm. Yes. I would.|If you wouldn't mind|signing our roster...
{y:i}[Phone Rings]|I'm running so terribly late|as it is.
Sybil, would you mind|signing for me?|Yes, ma'am.
Thank you.
{y:i}[Phone Rings]
{y:i}[Car Door Opens And Shuts]
{y:i}Mother!|Hello, dear.
- Did the recital just begin?|- Shh!
So where are the other little girls|from your class?
Over there.
{y:i}[Phone Ringing]
Janice. Janice!
{y:i}[Door Slams]
- Sybil?|- [Rings]
EI?|Oh, Cathy.|Thank heavens you're home.|I've been trying you all day.
EI, what is it?|So you haven't heard?|You haven't heard a thing?
No. What happened?|Oh, Cathy. There's been talk.|Vicious talk.
What do you mean?|About what?|About you?
Oh, for heaven sake.|What now?|Honey. It's Mona, Cathy.
She's... Well, she's just been|on some kind of rampage,
swearing up and down that|she saw you and a colored man|somewhere out on Franklin.
Getting out of a truck|or some such thing.
The same colored man|she claims you were talking to|at the art show.
Eleanor, that's...|that's preposterous.
I mean, yes, I've spoken to|Mr. Deagan on occasion,|but this makes it sound like...
I know. You have no idea|what it's been like around here.
The phone has been ringing off the hook|since 8:00 this morning.
- Eleanor, the entire|situation is so absurd.|- Darling, I know.
What in the world|am I supposed to do?
[Eleanor] I suppose you|could start by getting yourself|another gardener.
Frank? What on Earth...|Eleanor, could I call you back?|Frank just walked in.
Of course. You go ahead.|I'll call you later.
- Frank?|- [Frank Sighs]
What are you doing home?|Is everything all right?
Just tell me|one goddamned thing.|What?
Is it true,|what they've been saying?
Frank, I can't believe|you even...
Because if it is, even in the slightest,|I swear to God, Cathleen...
Frank, I am sorry|you even had to|hear such nonsense.
Yeah, well, Dick Dawson|didn't seem to think|it was such nonsense...
when he snuck away from his desk|to phone me today.
Good heavens.|He says the whole|friggin' town's talking!
Frank, please.|Sybil will hear you.
I sent her out!
Christ, Cathleen, do you|even have the slightest idea|about what this could mean?
Don't you realize the effect|it's gonna have on me...
and the reputation I have|spent the past eight years|trying to build...
for you and the children|and for the company?
Frank, I swear to you,|whatever Mona Lauder saw|or thought she saw...
was entirely a figment|of that woman's|hateful imagination.
Yes. I have spoken|to Raymond Deagan|on occasion.
He brought his little girl|to Eleanor's art show.|But... But, apparently,
even here in Hartford,|the idea of a white woman|even speaking to a colored man...
Oh, please!|Just save me the Negro rights!
You know what that woman|is capable of!
And besides,|I-I've already given him notice...
and we... we won't be seeing|that man again.
[Lips Smack]|Fine.
{y:i}[Slams Glass Down]
{y:i}[Liquid Pouring]
{y:i}[Slams Decanter Down]|{y:i}[Sighs]
Is that why you came home...|because of what Dick said?
{y:i}[Cigarette Lighter Clinks]|{y:i}[Lighter Sparks]
Did something happen|at work?
[Inhales Deeply]
[Exhales Deeply]|Frank.
Tsk. I guess you could call it|some sort of early Christmas bonus.
What do you mean?
A month of rest|and relaxation.
Can you imagine?|During the busiest season|of the year.
What a goddamn honor.
But when you consider|the bang-up job I've been doing...
ever since good ol' Dr. Bowman|came on the scene...
and for being...|What did Millstein call it?
"Years overdue."
They do owe you a vacation|after all you've given them.
[Exhales Deeply]
Palm Springs|is supposed to be nice.
So says the word on high.
I know it may not|seem like it now,
but a little time away,|a vacation,
might be the best thing...
for both of us.
Frank, what a wretched day|it must have been for you.
{y:i}[Door Shuts]
Say, what do you know?|Pop's home.|What you doin' home, Pop?
David, your father|has work to do.
It's best you help yourself|to a glass of milk|and get started on your studies.
Yes, Mother. Say, Pop...|Mind your mother,|David.
Yes, sir.
[Exhales Deeply]
Uh, say, Mr. Deagan...|Yes, Jake?
There's a lady|on the phone for you.|I'll be right there.
[Bell Over Door Rings]
{y:i}- Hello.|- Hello.
Thank you for meeting me.|I realize you have|a busy schedule.
Worked out fine.|I was glad you called.
{y:i}Are you sure|{y:i}everything's all right?
{y:i}Uh, is there something|{y:i}I can do for you folks?
Can we leave here?|Of course.
What is it?|What happened?
I wanted to see you|in person, Raymond. I...
I just... I can't.
Can't what?
It isn't plausible for me|to be friends with you.
You've been so very kind to me|and I've been perfectly reckless|and foolish in return,
thinking...|Thinking what?
That one person|could reach out to another,
take an interest in another...
and maybe for one|fleeting instant...
could manage to see|beyond the surface,
beyond the color of things?
Do you think we ever really do...
see beyond those things...
the surface of things?
"Just beyond the fall of grace,
behold that|ever-shining place."
Yes. I do.
I don't really have a choice.
I wish I could.
Good luck to you, Raymond.
Mrs. Whitaker.|{y:i}You! Boy!
Hands off!
- Yeah! You!|- Raymond, please don't.
You're so beautiful.
Come on, dear.
Oh! It is them! It is!
Thank you, Mother.|Thank you, Father.
Oh-ho. Merry Christmas,|sweetheart.
Now I'll be as good|as all the other girls in class.
Here you are,|darling.
Just the way|you like it.|Ahh.
Hey, Pop.|Look at this steam engine.
Wonderful.|Oh. My goodness.
I knew I was|forgetting something.
A little something|for Mr. And Mrs. Claus.
Well, what have we here?
"Bermuda."|[Lips Smack]
"Acapulco. Rio.
Miami."|Take your pick.|It's your choice.
Mother, will you help me|lace up my slippers?
In a minute, dear.|I don't know. Stan is always|raving about Miami.
Oh, Frank.|Miami would be a dream.
El says it's just darling.|Everything's pink.
Oh, really?|Hmm.
Maybe we oughta|consider Bermuda.
[Laughing]|Oh, Frank!|I do love you, darling.
Mwah.|I do.
"##"#"##"#"[Latin Jazz]"
I must say,|you look extremely fetching...
all gussied up|in your white tux and tie.
Well, it's a good thing,|since I can hardly breathe in it.
Oh. It's not that bad.
You like my dress?|Why, yes.
Very much. Didn't I say?
You did not.|Well, it's a ravishing dress...
with a ravishing girl|to go with it.
That's more like it.
{y:i}[Man]|{y:i}Very nice.
{y:i}[Man]|{y:i}Right this way, sir.|{y:i}Hilda, we're over here.
Ah. Excuse us.|No problem at all.
#### ["Auld Lang Syne"]
You have|a lovely family.|Thank you.
Have|a Happy New Year.|Happy New Year.
Oh, Kenny, be a darling|and pour the champagne.|Sure, Mother.
{y:i}[Emcee]|{y:i}Ladies and gentlemen,|{y:i}the time has come...
{y:i}for the countdown|{y:i}into the new year.
Must be almost time.|{y:i}All together now!
{y:i}[Emcee, Crowd]|{y:i}Five, four, three,
two, one.
Happy New Year!|[Cheering, Applause]
Happy New Year, darling.|#### [Fanfare]
Happy New Year to you.
{y:i}- Where do you wanna go?|- Mm. The table.
All right. Mary.|Did you see Kenny?
Martin! Martin!
Oh! Caroline.
{y:i}You know you're not|{y:i}supposed to go in there!
Now what did I tell you|about going in that pool?
You know you're not|supposed to go in there!|[Crying]
{y:i}[Crying Fades Away]
- Hello there.|- Well, hello.
Nice swim, darling?|Ahh.
Isn't the sun|just marvelous?|Mm-hmm.
{y:i}[Woman]|{y:i}Donna. Time to get out.|{y:i}What? But why?
{y:i}Because I said so.
{y:i}- Here comes Kenny.|- I was looking for you|on the other side.
I tell you,|we're gonna have to|start meeting points.
That does it. I've had|quite enough fashion advice|for the afternoon.
I do believe it's time|for my Miss Mitchell.
Oh, heavens.|What?
I think I left it upstairs.|So silly.|You want me to go get it?
No. You just sat down.|Oh, no.|I don't mind.
You sure?|Yeah. I have to|get a paper anyway.
Thank you, darling.
{y:i}I think it's right there|{y:i}on the nightstand.
{y:i}[Birds Chirping, Squawking]
Hey, Hutch.|Look.|What?
{y:i}[Hutch]|{y:i}Hey, fellas!
{y:i}Look who's coming.|{y:i}It's daddy's girl.
Hey there, daddy's girl.|Where do you think you're going?
Home.|Home to see your daddy?
Yeah. And his white girlfriend.|[Chuckling]
{y:i}Hey! Where you going?
We just wanna play.
Uh-oh. Wrong turn,|daddy's girl.
Hey, daddy's girl.|Over here.
Yeah. She made a wrong turn|all right. Just like her daddy.
They're here!|I see their car!|They're here!
Welcome home,|Mr. And Mrs. Whitaker.|Oh, my goodness.
What a lovely greeting.|Hiya, Pop.|Hey, Mother.
Hey.|So, Mother,|was it dreamy?
Oh-ho. Listen to you.|"Dreamy."
Did you have a nice time,|Mr. Whitaker?|Yes. It was very relaxing.
Say, Pop...|David, help Sybil|with the luggage please.
Pop, you'll never|guess what happened|at school this week.
Try and guess.|{y:i}David.|Uh, I give up.
I'm helping, Mother.|Billy Hutchinson|and these two other boys...
all got expelled|from school.
I think you mean|"suspended."|No. "Expelled." I swear.
For throwing a rock|at a girl's head.|That's terrible.
- A little girl at school?|- No. She was a Negro.
What? Who told you|such a thing?|Tommy Hawkins.
He saw it, so he had|to tell the principal.
Sybil, is this true?|Yes, ma'am.|I'm afraid it is.
[Huffs] What on Earth|has gotten into this town?
{y:i}It was just a couple|{y:i}of foolish kids.
Yeah. Hutch said that they were|just trying to teach her a lesson.
Well, I think it's dreadful,|and you're not to play with that|Hutch boy again, understand me?
- Yes, ma'am.|{y:i}- David, while you're up,
{y:i}how about|{y:i}flippin'on the set|{y:i}for your old man?
{y:i}Sure, Pop.
{y:i}- Mother, how do you spell "skirt"?|- Uh, just a minute, dear.
Mother's making a call.
[Clears Throat]
Oh. Yes. Hello. Um,|I was wondering if you|could help me possibly.
I just received|your brochure,
which I found|extremely informative,
and I was curious|about what was entailed,|precisely, in your...
in your volunteer program|in terms of particular skills|and so on.
You see, I...|Oh. [Chuckles]
Oh, yes.|I can hold.
{y:i}[Door Opens]|Father's home.
Frank. What happened|to the match?
Oh, my, um, shoulder.|It started acting up.
I... I just couldn't|sit there any longer.
You didn't say anything.|{y:i}Father, I did the splits today.|{y:i}Wanna see?
{y:i}[Hangs Up Phone]|{y:i}Janice, your father|{y:i}just walked in the door...
and you have schoolwork|to finish.
Yes, Mother.
You know,|Frank, you never|had that physical.
{y:i}And I think|{y:i}you're due for one.|{y:i}Can I call Dr. Ellis?
{y:i}You know,|{y:i}it's been three years.
Oh. Did I tell you that|the pediatrician thinks that|Janice is going to need braces?
Father, do I have to?|{y:i}Apparently, our little girl|{y:i}has an overbite.
Pop, you'll never guess|what I'm doing.|Where is your coat?
It's in the garage.|I'm waxing Pop's car.|And what's it doing there?
It's gonna|look swell, Pop.
How many times do I have to|tell you children you are not|permitted outdoors...
in this kind of weather|unless you are properly dressed?
Yes, ma'am.|Because I give up.
If you wanna go and|catch your death of cold,|then so be it.
You try talking|some sense into them, Frank,|because whatever I say doesn't...
[Hushed Sobbing]
[Sobbing Continues]
What's the matter?
{y:i}[Sobbing Continues]
David, Janice,|go upstairs to your rooms.
[Sobbing Continues]|Now.
[Sobbing Continues]
What is it?
Something's happened.
[Inhales, Exhales Deeply]
I've fallen in love|with someone...
{y:i}who wants to be with me.
{y:i}[Sobbing]|{y:i}Oh, Cathy,
I-I-I just... I...|[Gasps]
I never knew what that felt...
But I know that sounds so cruel, but...
{y:i}Oh, God. Cathy, I tried.
{y:i}I tried so hard|{y:i}to make it go away.
{y:i}It... It... I thought|{y:i}that I could do it...
{y:i}for you and for the kids.
{y:i}But... I can't.
{y:i}I just... I can't.
{y:i}I can't.|{y:i}[Sobbing]
I, um, assume then, you'll be...
wanting a divorce.
{y:i}[Vehicle Departing]|{y:i}[Dialing Phone]
Eleanor, it's me, Cathy.
[Softly]|Oh, Cathy.
So you see, EI,
why I couldn't tell you anything...|anything at all.
Oh, you dear sweet kid.
In a million years,|I couldn't have imagined.|Not Frank.
[Sighs]|I think that's what's|been hardest of all.
The endless secrecy.
Our entire lives|just shut in the dark.
Are there savings?|None to speak of.
Certainly not|with Frank's job on the line.
Well, honey, if there's|anything you need,|anything at all...
Oh, EI.|I mean it.|We're here, all right?
Thank you, EI,
for always having been.
You know, it's funny.|{y:i}What's that?
This whole time,|the only person I was able to|talk to about any of this...
{y:i}was Raymond Deagan.
- What?|- It's true.
Not in the way that Mona intended.|Nothing like that.
But we would just talk.
And somehow, it made me feel...
I don't know.
Alive somewhere.
Eleanor, I know|it's ridiculous and mad,
but I... I think of him.
I do.
What he's doing.|What he's thinking.
I do.
EI?|{y:i}What can I say?
You're so full of surprises,|I'm speechless.
{y:i}What do you mean?|I'm sure I must've looked|entirely the fool...
crusading away against Mona Lauder|and all her so-called inventions.
Eleanor, how could you|say such a thing?
I didn't say a word.
Who am I to tell anyone|how to lead their lives?
Eleanor, nothing|happened between us.|I told you that.
Cathy, it's|none of my business,
but you certainly|make it sound|as if something had.
Mrs. Whitaker?|[Gasps]|Oh. Sybil.
I'm sorry to disturb you, ma'am.|I-I just...
Yes, Sybil?
There's something I've been|wanting to tell you, ma'am,|for some time.
Something I believe you|surely wanna know, even if|it isn't exactly my place.
Well, what is it?|It's about the little|colored girl, ma'am.
The one|that got hit.|Yes.
What about her?
I'm sorry, ma'am.|It was Mr. Deagan's|little girl, Sarah.
What? Oh, Sybil. No.
The neighbors tell me|she's doing just fine.|Oh, that poor sweet little girl.
That... How in God's name|could you not have told me,|Sybil? This was weeks ago!
{y:i}Mrs. Whitaker,|{y:i}please don't be cross with me.
I didn't wanna|make things any worse.
Sybil, do you know|where Mr. Deagan lives?
I believe he's been|at his father's old place|on 12th and Governor.
Twelfth and Governor.|Thank you.
Are you going there now?
Please keep an eye|on the children.|I shouldn't be too long.
Mrs. Whitaker.|What?
Would you like me|to go with you, ma'am?
No. No, I'll be fine.|Thank you, Sybil.
{y:i}[Dog Barking]
[TVAudience|Applause]|Who on Earth?
Yes.|Raymond, I... I just heard.|Just this instant.
I heard|and I jumped into my car.
How are you? How is Sarah?
We're fine. Thank you.
Would you meet me around the side?
Sarah, everything's all right.|Daddy's just gonna be out|for a minute, okay?
Raymond. What she|must've been through.
What's being done|to the boys?|Nothing.
I won't put her|through that again.
Not now. Not with rocks|coming through the windows|every night.
Raymond, that's hateful.|Oh, it's not whites throwin' them.
It's coloreds.|No.
Seems to be the one place|where whites and coloreds|are in full harmony.
[Sighs]|Anyway, we'll be outta here|soon enough once and for all.
You're moving?
{y:i}[Train Horn Blowing]
Yeah.|Where to?
I have a brother in Baltimore,
says he can find me work there.
So we're packing up the house.
Two weeks, Friday,|we'll be on the 4:30 train|heading south.
What about your...|your business, your shop?
Oh, the business is through.
Nobody's gonna hire me.
[Inhales Deeply]|So I'm gonna sell the shop|to a cousin of mine.
Yeah. Things are...
pretty well finished for me here.
I've never lived anywhere|other than Hartford.
sometime in the future...
after you're settled,|I could...
Perhaps I could come for a visit,
see Baltimore.
You see, I...
Well, it seems as if|I'm to be single again.
Oh, Mrs. Whitaker.
Please call me Cathy.
No one would know us there.
I'm just not sure|that would be a wise idea.
everything that's...
What matters now,
what has to matter the most,|is what's right for Sarah.
I've learned my lesson|about mixing in other worlds.
I've seen the sparks fly.
All kinds.
Have a proud life.
A splendid life.
Will you do that?
Good-bye, Cathy.|[Hushed Sob]
{y:i}[Phone Rings]
[Sobbing Continues]
[Breathing Heavily]
Hello.|Cathy, did I wake you?
I-I'm sorry to call this late.|I hope I didn't, uh...
Uh, no. I was awake.
I, uh, didn't want to|upset the children.
No. No, of course not.|[Exhales Deeply]
[Clears Throat]|How are they, by the way?
Fine. Just fine. They still|ask when you'll be coming home.
I know.
That's, uh, partly|why I'm calling really.
I got a call from Dick|yesterday...
and he said|that everything was set,
um, papers drawn up.
{y:i}And he wanted to know|{y:i}how Thursday was for you.|{y:i}3:00 or sometime?
I... I told him I thought|you had car pool Thursdays,
but I wasn't|absolutely certain,|so I said I would check.
You never could remember|my car pool days.
And they've|always been the same.
Wednesdays and Fridays,|long as I can remember.
Oh, Wednesdays and Fridays.|Right. Uh...
[Sighs]|Same old absentminded...
What time...|did you say on Thursday?
What?|The appointment.|What time?
Three.|Uh, three o'clock.
All right.
Okay.|Uh, well... great.
That... That was it,|uh, really.
I... [Clears throat]|Know it's late.
It is.
So I'll see you|on... on Thursday then.
See you Thursday.
Good-bye, Cathy.
Good-bye, Frank.
{y:i}[Birds Chirping]
Sixty-seven dollars|and thirty-two cents.
Now, what day is today?
{y:i}[Sawing Continues]
Oh, Sybil. You don't|need to do that.
It's Friday.
I know it's Friday,|but there's so much to be done now,
I can hardly expect you|to be polishing tables.
No reason not to keep things up.|No reason at all.
I know.|Don't forget|the grocery list.
Thank you.
I don't know how on Earth|I'd ever manage...
I shouldn't be long,|Sybil.|All right, Mrs. Whitaker.
{y:i}[David]|{y:i}Why are we turning in here?
{y:i}I'll be right back.|{y:i}Where are you going?
Now stay put, both of you.
{y:i}All aboard! Southbound train|{y:i}to New York and Washington...
{y:i}now departing!
{y:i}All aboard!
All right. Thanks.|I'll be seeing you.
{y:i}All aboard!
{y:i}Southbound train|{y:i}to New York and Washington...
now departing.
All aboard!
Ready to go?
{y:i}That's my girl.
{y:i}[Man]|{y:i}Wesley! Come on!|{y:i}We'll miss the train.
{y:i}[Woman]|{y:i}Don't forget to call|{y:i}your mother tomorrow.
{y:i}All aboard! Southbound train|{y:i}to New York City...
- Thank you, sir.|{y:i}- Here you go. Thanks.
{y:i}All aboard!
{y:i}[Train Horn Blows]|{y:i}[Bell Ringing]
{y:i}[Ringing Continues]
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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
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