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[ Hydraulic Brakes Release,|lce Crackles ]
Good morning, ladies|and gentlemen ! This train,
originating from New York's Grand|Central Station, is back in service !
Next stop will be|New Canaan, Connecticut.
New Canaan, Connecticut,|next stop.
[ Boy Narrating ] ln issue|number 141 of the Fantastic Four,
published in November, 1973,|Reed Richards has to use|his antimatter weapon...
on his own son who Annihilus|has turned into a human atom bomb.
It was a typical predicament|for the Fantastic Four...
because they weren't|like other superheroes;|they were more like a family.
And the more power they had, the more|harm they could do to each other...
without even knowing it.
That was the meaning|of the Fantastic Four:
that a family is like|your own personal antimatter.
Your family is the void|you emerge from and the place|you return to when you die.
And that's the paradox:
the closer you're drawn back in,|the deeper into the void you go.
[ Man ] The dilemma Dostoyevsky|claims here to have discovered...
goes to the very core of Christianity's|relationship to the modern world.
But it is a dilemma that--|Yes, Libbets.
But Dostoyevsky is saying|here is that...
to be a Christian is to choose, because|you have to choose of your own choice.
And since you can't choose|to be good...
because that'd be too rational,|you have to choose to be bad.
- It's existential.|- Thank you, Libbets. That's|a very compelling summary.
But, of course,|existentialism, per se--
Libbets ? Hey,
Dostoyevsky--|I'm also really a fan.
And, uh, what you were|saying, you know--
- Have you ever read The ldiot ?|- The ldiot ?
If you liked Notes From Underground,|you'll love The ldiot.
Great.|Thanks for the tip.
The ldiot !
[ Boy ]|I'm in love with Libbets Casey.
Oh, come on. She's a poor little rich|girl. Check out the jeans and fur look.
And get a load of this: like, her mom|and stepdad and stepsisters...
are going to Switzerland|to ski over Thanksgiving break|and they didn't invite her.
- How do you know this shit ?|- They did it last year too.|It's traditional or something.
They've got this humongoid place|in New York and she just holes|up there with a wad of cash.
You think Francis is going|to beat me to the punch here ?
Since he sleeps with every girl|you ever show an interest in,
why don't you just keep your|Libbets fixation a secret from him ?
You already told him.|[ Scoffs ]
[ Bluesy Rock ]
I hope you changed the water|in that bong from last night.
The water, as you call it, is a special|mixture of amaretto and brandy...
blended for just the exact|chemical interaction...
with the last|of our precious Thai stick.
Give me your dirty love
[ Continues ]
- [ Coughs ]|- Oh-whoa-whoa ! Waste not,|Master Hood. That was 20 for the bag.
[ Continues Coughing ]|Oh.
I've been thinkin', Francis.
You know, you are|one drug-addled elitist freak.
And when the revolution comes I do not|want to be lined up with you and shot...
because you are fuckin' ripe|for political reeducation--
- you know, like in the fields.|- Let me enlighten you|about something here.
You and I exist on two opposite sides|of a great existential divide,
that being your pathetic|virginity on the one hand...
and my astonishing number|of sexual conquests on the other.
- You're simply jealous.|- [ Knocking ] Hood, telephone.
And remember: With your erogenous|zones lubricated with the mighty herb,
beware out there because you drone on|like a motherfucker when you're stoned.
Flame on, asshole.
- Hello ?|- Paul ?
- Oh, hi, Dad.|- Hey, guy.
- How's it goin' ?|Everything all right up there ?|- Yeah, everything's good.
Well, good. I'm just confirming you'll|be on the 4:40 on Wednesday, right ?
I'm gonna come Thursday.
Well, you can't come on Thursday, Paul,|because Thursday's already Thanksgiving.
[ Nixon On Television ] ...but a record|which would only be disclosed--
- [ Continues, lndistinct ]|- Well, that's the whole point|of the holidays, Paul,
so you and your sister can mope around|the house and your mother and I can...
wait on you hand and foot while|the two of you occasionally|grunt for more food...
from behind the hair|in your faces.
-Believe it or not we actually enjoy it.|-Okay, okay, Dad.
Good. Thanks, guy.|Hang on a second.
Wendy, you want to say|"Hi" to your brother ?
Wendy, come on !
[ Nixon, Continuing ]|...we should get the facts out first.
- Charles.|- Charles.
Have you been|keeping out of my shit ?
Have you refrained from entering|the sacred precincts of my room ?
I haven't touched|your sh-- stuff.
- Are you watching this ?|- Watching what ?
Nixon, doofus. It's incredible.|He should be shot.
Hey, drop the political|assassination stuff, please.
He's a liar. Dean told him|on March 21 about Kalmback and Hunt,
all about the payoffs|to the Watergate burglars,
so you tell me where|the so-called "Dean Report" is.
- But you can't,|because it doesn't exist.|- All right. The defence rests.
[ Wendy Continues,|lndistinct ]
- You want another ?|- No, thank you.
- We should be off.|- Gotcha.
- ...knows that when the March 24 tape--|- Charles ?
Charles, calm down.|I wasn't in on it.
It's gonna sink, and the entire|country will fall into anarchy,
- and the Symbionese Liberation Army--|- Dinner's on the counter.
We'll be at the Carvers'.|You know the number.
- Paul, hi.|- Hi.
Hi. Is there anything special|you want, any particular kind|of food we can stock up on ?
- Nope.|- No ? You're all right ?
- Yeah, I'm-l'm good.|- Yeah ? Okay, all right,|we'll see ya next week.
- I love you.|- Um, me too.
All right. Bye-bye.|All right, Wendy. We'll see you later.
Asleep by 10:00.|I mean it, young lady.
As a matter of fact, I have a practice,|whenever I'm not too tired at night,
of dictating my own recollections|of the day.
I think that, perhaps, will be the more|accurate record of history in the end.
[ Chattering ]
The dog jumps up|and barks--
It was a benefit|for the ACLU or something.|Harry Reems himself was there.
- The man with the--|fr-from Deep Throat ?|- The very one.
- Classic.|- Something about a First|Amendment defence fund.
- Ted took me to see it.|- Oh, Ted. How romantic.|- Hmm.
You know, I have to admit|the movie didn't do much for me.|But being in that theatre,
surrounded by all those horny young|college boys and perverts,
I mean, there was something|in the air that--
- Oh ! I'm sorry !|- Jeez !
- Oh, I'm sorry.|- No, no, no. No problemo, Mikey.
It's okay, Mikey. No problem.|Put the wine down.
Just leave the wine on the table.|Go on into the kitchen.
- It's fine. It's fine.|- Sandy, help your brother out.
It's nothing.
It's fine. Thanks.
- We changed our couples group.|- Now we're in some geriatric group,
though I must admit|there are a couple of lookers.
But you two are still|sticking it out with Dr Pasmier ?
Oh, actually, Ben decided that--|Well, I mean we both decided--
I just don't see|what the appeal is.
I mean, like Ted said,|people go in there and just|get themselves all worked up--
And that's the point.|Then go home and make up.
But Elena and l, we don't, uh,|go in for those sort of histrionics.
About the only big fight we've|had in years was about whether|to go back into couples therapy.
It appears you won.
[ Laughter ]
[ Soft Jazz ]
[ Chattering ]
- Oh, please don't.|- It's no bother.
I insist.
Don't touch them.
Oh.|[ Chuckles ]
It's really|quite all right.
Of course.
[ Laughter ]
- [ Woman ] And to think they met|at a key party of all things.|- A key party ?
Oh, you know. It's a California thing.|That scuzzy husband of hers...
dragged her kicking and screaming|to one when they were out in L.A.
You know, the men put|their car keys in a bowl,
and at the end of the evening the women|line up and fish them out...
and whoever's they've got|they go home with.
Anyhow, that's how she met this|Rod person or whatever his name is.
He's left his wife, she's packing|for California and lrwin is devastated.
- It's so ironic.|- Ironic ?
[ Chuckling ]|Well, yes, ironic.
His name's Rod.
[ Chuckles ]
No, come on. He's like a big,|infected whitehead. I would never--
- [ Door Closes ]|- Shit. It's my parents.
[ Chuckles ]|He's so gross.
My drumstick was still frozen|when you, you know, cut inside there.
[ Sighs ] Probably gonna get--|whatever that disease--
- I knew it. Watch this.|- [ Chuckles ]
- Dad, stop it !|- Get to sleep, young lady. I mean it !
- Fascist.|- If I were a fascist...
I would have sent you to one|of those southern military|academies a long time ago.
Now, get to bed !
Hey !
Hey, kiddo.
- Sleep well, huh ?|- Good night, Dad.
[ Sighs ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Brakes Screech ]
...reduce its cash position, especially|during this period of inflation.
[ Continues, lndistinct ]
Elena ? Elena Hood,|am I right ?
- Yes.|- Reverend Edwards.|Philip Edwards. You came by...
- and checked out the congregation|a couple of times last year.|- Oh, yes.
It was, um--|Oh, I ended up--
Oh, no need to make excuses.|We're not for everyone, I know.
But, um, I did think for a time|that you might be someone who--
Well, what I mean is that you|didn't seem to think what we|were trying to do is laughable,
Iike some of your fellow|citizens around hereabouts.
No, no. I didn't think|it laughable at all.
Perhaps you find in books|what I try to find in people.
[ Chuckles ]|That sounds vaguely like an insult.
Oh... my, I'm sorry.|I didn't mean it that way at all.
Perhaps I meant it simply|as a, a provocation.
[ Scoffs ]|She's a total Young Republican.
She said you licked Dave Brewster's|weenie in the 3rd floor bathroom.
She's lying. I wouldn't touch|Dave Brewster's dick if you paid me.
It's probably crawling with V.D.|from when he stuck it in her,
- [ Scoffs ]|- which he did.
Donna said that her brother and all his|stupid friends were talking about--
[ Boys Shouting ]
Mikey !
Stoner !
I suppose my reluctance was...
the group aspect of it; I've|never been much of a joiner,
although I still consider myself|a somewhat religious person.
Well, l, of course, flatter myself|that our church is not exactly...
what most people would call|organized religion.
At times, it's|the disorganization that's liberating.
And, of course, I've begun to minister|much more in what one might call...
therapeutic environments-- in small|groups and couples and, uh, one-on-one.
My daughter.
I haven't been on a bike|for years.
[ Both Chuckle ]
When was the last time|you rode a bike ?
They say you never forget.
- Hi, Wendy.|- Hey, Sandy.
- Mikey was looking for you.|- Oh, yeah ?
See ya.
[ Imitates Gunshot ]
Want some gum ?
- Devil Dog ?|- Chewing.
- Did you tell Sandy ?|- Tell Sandy what ?
You didn't tell him|either, did you ?
[ Both Moan ]
[ Both Sigh ]
We were golfing. And golfing, to me,|is something I'm supposed to enjoy--
and I was on the goddam|golf team in college,
so it's something one would assume|I do well-- I used to do well.
But basically, these days, golfing|for me is like hoeing or plowing.
- It's like farming. And George Clair...|- [ Chuckles ]
has obviously-- in the mere|two years he's been with the firm--
he's obviously been taking|secret lessons with a golf pro.
I bet the entirety of his|disposable income has been dedicated...
to humiliating me|on the golf course.
And that guy talks nonstop|throughout the entirety|of the miserable 18 holes...
- Ben.|- on topics that are the supposed|domain of my department.
- Ben.|- Yeah ?
You're boring me.
I have a husband. I don't particularly|feel the need for another.
You have a point there.|That's a very good point.
We're having an affair. Right.|An explicitly sexual relationship.
Your needs, my needs.|You're absolutely right.
- You better get dressed.|The boys'll be home soon.|- Gotcha.
- Hi, Mom.|- Hi, Wendy.
It's funny. When I was in town|I saw you on your bike.
- With Mikey ?|- Who ?
- Nobody.|- Mikey Carver ?
Oh, we were just|riding around.
Well, you looked|very free when I saw you,
as if I were seeing my own|memories of being a girl. [ Chuckles ]
There was something|internal about it.
Mom, are you okay ?
[ Scoffs ]|Of course, Wendy. I'm sorry.
- You must think I'm ripe to be|checked into Silver Meadows.|- You're not a psycho.
- People at Silver Meadows|aren't psychos.|- I know.
They're rich drug addicts|and celebrities.
They need the money at school|for my band uniform.
I thought you quit the band.|I never hear you practise any more.
Yeah, well, I don't|really need to practise.
I just play a few notes, anyway,|so I figured I'd just stay in.
Well, I'm sure your father|and I would love to hear|what you're playing these days.
Maybe after dinner ?
[ Plays ]
The Halfords have|invited us again this year.
[ Dropping lce ln Glass ]|Do you want to go ?
- Mmm. What do you think ?|- Well, it's a neighbourhood tradition.
- [ Sighs ] I'm, uh, gonna go to bed.|- So early ?
Mmm. Rough day.|Good night.
Is that a new aftershave ?
Uh, yeah. Uh, musk or something.|You like it ?
- Good night.|- Good night.
- Hey, Mikey ?|- Yeah ?
- Geometry ?|- [ Scoffs ] Sure.|Anything but this English.
How come you're so good|at math but not at English ?
I'm not good at math,|I'm just good at geometry.
It's like, you know|when they say "two squared,"
you think it means|two times two equals four,
but they really mean a square--|it's really space.
It's not numbers, it's space,|and it's perfect space,
but only in your head 'cause|you can't draw a perfect square|in the material world,
but in your mind|you can have perfect space.
You know ?
Yeah. But I just need|some help with my homework.
- Hey, guys. I'm back.|- You were gone ?
[ Laughs ]|Yeah, Mikey. Yup.
I was in Houston working on some|great new ideas about silicon.|It comes from sand.
It's a semiconductor. So,|how you guys doin' ? How's school ?
Um, I don't know.
Okay, I guess.
All right.
[ Sighs ]
- [ Sighs ]|- Good trip ?
You bet.
- Jim. Jesus.|- Oh.
I'm sorry.
- Hell, we gotta trade this thing|in for a normal bed.|- Just be careful.
Have you noticed anything|with Mikey lately ?
The kid seemed a little|out of it tonight, huh ?
[ Scoffs ]|Tonight ?
Mikey's been out of it|since he was born.
[ Sighs ]|Guess the kid takes after me, huh ?
[ Laughs ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Chiming Quietly ]
Because of molecules we are connected|to the outside world from our bodies.
Like when you smell things.|Because when you smell a smell|it's not really a smell,
it's part of the object that has|come off of it-- molecules.
So when you smell something bad it's|like, in a way, you're eating it.
This is why you should not|really smell things...
in the same way you don't eat|everything in the world around you...
because, as a smell,|it gets inside of you.
So, the next time you go|into the bathroom after|someone else has been there,
remember what kind of molecules|you are, in fact, eating."
[ Playing ]
[ Fades ]
Mrs Hood ? Mrs Hood,|did you forget something ?
- No.|- Uh, wh-why don't you|just come on in here.
I think maybe|you forgot something.
[ Paul Narrating ] To find|yourself in the Negative Zone,|as the Fantastic Four often do,
means that all everyday|assumptions are inverted.
Even the lnvisible Girl|herself becomes visible...
and so she loses|the last semblance of her power.
It seems to me that everyone exists|partially on a Negative Zone level--
some people more than others.
In your life it's kind of|like you dip in and out of it:
the place where things don't quite|work out the way they should.
But for some people,|there's something about the|Negative Zone that tempts them,
and they end up going in--|going in all the way.
[ Bang ]
[ Loud Bang ]
Sandy !|You idiotic little dope !
You could blow yourself fucking|sky-high with this demented crap !
[ Whispering ]|Hey.
I'll take this.|[ Sighs ]
You're not gonna tell|Dad, are you ?
Would it matter ?
What's this ?
You know, it's the whip--
the one Uncle Frank|got me from Mexico.
It's not packed|with explosives, is it ?
Play with the whip.
- You turned them all down, didn't you ?|- Well, I didn't love them.
Isn't it a fact that you turned|them down because these men wanted--
- Hi, Wendy.|- Hi, Mrs Carver.
Mikey, have you heard the explosions|coming from the back yard ?
- [ Television Continues, lndistinct ]|- I don't know.
Do you know what|your brother's been up to ?
I don't know.
- ...a secret intention|not to want children ?|- [ Sighs ]
- [ Woman On Television ]|That's not true !|- Didn't you--
No, sir. I want children|very much and so does Bill.
[ Television Continues,|lndistinct ]
Then, when that happened, you went to|another doctor and got a prescription.
- No, that is not true.|- Excuse me.|Don't you kids have homework ?
[ Together ]|Thanksgiving break.
If you deny that, we have a witness|in the courtroom, another druggist.
- Take a look. You're under oath.|- All right, I did. Is it a crime ?
No wonder the police can't find out|how the gang is transporting the stuff.
They're using milk trucks.
[ TV ]
They're leaving. Return the scanner|and follow the truck.
- Oh. After you.|- No, you can--
Hey, Sandy, what were you blowing up out|there ? Your mom seemed pretty P.O.'d.
- All my model planes.|- The ones you built ?
Yeah. They were getting old.|[ Laughs ]
They couldn't fly anyhow.|I'm gonna get a radio-controlled|aeroplane for Christmas.
I'm gonna stuff it full of M-80s|and fly it into Mrs Burgess'|class and blow it up.
Well, I have to go|to the bathroom.
I'll show you mine|if you show me yours.
[ Breathing Hard ]
[ Shouting ]|What do you want ? What do you want ?
Get out of here !|Get out !
[ TV Continues ]
[ Janey ]|What's going on here ?
Wendy, a person's body|is his temple.
- [ Panting ]|- This body is your first|and last possession.
Now, as your own parents|have probably told you,
in adolescence our bodies|tend to betray us.
That's why in Samoa and|other developing nations...
adolescents are sent out|into the woods, unarmed,
and they don't come back|till they've learned a thing or two.
Do you understand ?
I don't ever|want to see you.
Then why'd you come|after me ?
[ Ben ]|Elena, can you give me a hand here ?
- Oh !|- I'm trying to get this turkey|defrosted before tomorrow.
- Whoop ! There.|- [ Laughs ] Got it ?
Can you take this ?|Oop !
You all right there ?
Oh, sure. I'm--
[ Sniffling ] Um, did you remember|to pick up the cranberry sauce ?
Uh, yes. Yes.
Because, uh, you like it|on your turkey sandwiches.
I do.
I'm--|Are-Are you--
I-l don't know.|I think l, uh--
- Elenie, you know--|- Ben--
- I've been thinking--|- Ben, maybe no talking right now.
If you start talking|you're going to--
- I'm going to pick up Paul|at the station. Want to come ?|- No.
- What you been up to ?|- Nothing.
[ Shower Running ]
So how's school|treating you ?
It's good.
- Classes ?|- Fine.
- Grades ?|- All right.
- Anyone special ? You know--|- Huh-uh.
Well, it's good to see ya.|We miss you around the house and all.
But this, uh, this St. Peters--|it's top of the line, eh ?
Oh, yeah.
You know, Paul, I was thinking|this may be as good a time as any...
to have a little talk...
about, um--
- Well, uh--|- About ?|- [ Horn Honks, Tyres Screech ]
Well,|the whole gamut, uh,
facts of life.
'Cause I tell ya there's|things happening that you're|probably old enough to digest.
Well, things that happen|between a--
Well, um,|on the self-abuse front--
and this is important, uh--
I don't think it's advisable|to do it in the shower.
It wastes water and electricity|and because we expect you to be|doing it there in any case.
And not on, uh,|onto the linen.
Oh, anyway, if you're worried|about anything at all...
just feel free to ask,|and, uh, we'll look it up.
Dad, you know I'm 16.
[ Chuckles ] All the more reason to be|having this little heart-to-heart.
- Uh,|- [ Elena ] Hi !
Paul, uh,|I was wondering,
could you do me a favour|and pretend I never said any of that ?
- Sure, Dad.|- Thanks.
- Hi ! How are you ?|- Hello.
Movin' ahead|so life won't pass me by
[ Continues ]
- Hello, Charles.|- Greetings, Charles.
How are the parental units|functioning these days ?
Dad's doing his "Up with People"|routine; Mom really hasn't|been saying much.
I don't know. Dad seems|a little weird. You know, nervous ?
[ Chuckles ] Yeah, well,|wait till Mom finally opens her mouth.
And I'm gonna go there free
Do you think they're headed for,|like, the dustbin of history:
divorce court ?
Well, they dropped out of their|couples group therapy thing.
Is that good or bad ?
They can change their minds|but they can't change me
May I operate|the telephonic apparatus ?
Why don't you use|the one downstairs ?
Well, I'm calling an individual,|Charles, in New York,
confirming a social outing|for Friday night.
Can I come ?
Well, it's a one-on-one|kind of date thing.
- With who ?|- Her name's Libbets.
"Libbets" ? What kind|of a name is "Libbets" ?
- [ Record Skips ]|- Is that my record ?
- No.|- You have messed with my shit, Charles.
[ Continues Skipping ]
[ Sighs ]
Well, it's great|that we can all be together.
And this Thanksgiving, no, uh,|yelling, no hysteria, especially|with your grandpa not here--
although we miss him.
So let's do it right.|Wendy, why don't you say grace ?
You used to love|to say grace, remember ?
Dear Lord, thank You for|this Thanksgiving holiday...
and for all the material|possessions we have and enjoy...
- and for letting us white people|kill the lndians and steal...|- Wendy.
- their tribal lands and stuff|ourselves like pigs...|- Okay. Okay.
- even though children in Asia|are being napalmed--|- Jesus ! Enough ! All right !
- Paul, roll ?|- Thank you.
- Can I have the gravy ?|- Uh-huh.
[ Liquid Pouring|lnto Glass ]
Thanks.|You having one ?
In a bit.
[ Sighs ] You know,|I think Elena might suspect something.
[ Sighs ] Maybe it's all|for the better, you know ?
Yesterday at dinner, she--|Well, she didn't say anything.
Has she acted funny to you ?|I mean, have you...
- noticed anything ?|- Have I noticed anything ?
- Mmm.|- I'm not married to her,|Benjamin; you are.
I think you've probably a better|vantage point from which to observe her.
Yeah, but, uh, I've been|working a lot lately, and--
No, that's not it.
I guess maybe we're just on|the verge of saying something--
saying something|to each other.
On the verge.
I'll be back.
- Hmm ?|- Birth control.
Right. Gotcha.
[ Sighs, Cracks Knuckles ]
Janey ?
[ Car Starts ]
[ Car Drives Away ]
[ Clanks Ring|Against Bottle ]
[ Muffled Voice ]
[ Mikey ]|No one's here.
We can just watch TV.
Maybe we can|mess around, you know ?
Only if you want to.
I don't know.
Why did you--|with Sandy ?
I don't know.
Do you like him ?
He worships you.
What's that ?
- Oh, wow !|- Wendy.
I won't take my pants off. I'll touch|it, but that's as far as it goes.
[ Grunts ]
[ Grunts ]
[ Footsteps ]
[ Door Opens ]
- When Worlds Collide.|- What ?
4:30 movie,|When Worlds Collide.
What the hell are you kids doing|down here ?
- What do you think we're doing, Dad ?|- What do I think ?
I think you're probably|touching each other.
I think you're touching that|reckless jerk-off, for God's sake,
and I think he's trying|to get into your slacks.
I think at 14 years of age you're|getting ready to give up your girlhood !
- Hey, hang on there, Mr Hood.|- Don't you direct|a single word at me, Mikey.
I don't want to hear it.|I'll be discussing this matter|with your parents very soon.
- Young lady--|- Talking to me, Dad ?
Who else would I be talking to ?|And take that thing off !
Then forget|all the stern dad stuff.
I'm not interested in your|smart remarks right now, young lady.
Let's go, right now ! You and I|can discuss it on the walk home.
Look, kiddo, don't worry about it.|I really don't care that much.
I'm just not sure|he's right for you is all.
- Huh ?|- [ Sighs ]
It's just, you develop|a sense, when you're older,
if things are gonna|work out or if they won't.
And sometimes|it's not worth the mess.
Your toes cold ?
Come on.|I'll carry you.
Hey, should I dress for the Halfords|now, or, uh-- Give me your--
It's up to you. I'd like to go early|and leave pretty soon after that.
I get you, loud and clear.|Hey, you look nice.
Thanks. So, where've|you two been ?
[ Chuckles ]|You'll never guess where I found her.
You found her ?
In the basement at Janey and Jim's|with that weirdo, Mikey.
Not even a TV on.
They're on the floor,|and he's got his trousers undone--
though, thank goodness,|she was still dressed.
Well, I really let him have it,|and Wendy came home peacefully.
So, uh, what were you doing|in the Carvers' basement, anyway ?
I was just dropping off a coffee cup;|Jim left it last time he was over.
It was on the dash of the car.|You were, you know, reading.|I just wanted to catch some air.
Oh, yeah, right, right. The mustache|coffee cup, the one sitting on the dash.
- Yeah, that one.|- That one.
- See ya.|- Stay out of trouble.
- You'll be on the 10:30 train ?|- 11:30.
- Paul--|- Oh, let the guy have some fun.
What's the name of this girl|with the fancy New York address ?
Libbets.|Libbets Casey.
"Libbets" ? What sort|of name is "Libbets" ?
Just get a taxi home from the station|tonight. It's supposed to storm.
Okay. Bye.
[ Sighs ]
[ Newscaster ]| its inquiry on Thursday.
- And that ends tonight's coverage|of the Watergate affair.|- Oh, shoot.
- In other news, outside--|- ...a few snow showers which|quickly turn to light rain.
Unless that rain comes down|even harder tonight, accompanied|by decreasing temperatures...
getting down|to around freezing by midnight.
Drivers in particular, beware-- it's|gonna get awfully icy on those roads.
- We have a severe weather warning--|- What's for dessert ?
- See for yourself.|- No advice from the experts, eh ?
...flood warnings in parts of southern|Connecticut and the Jersey shore.
- Let's go to our weather map|now for the grim details.|- [ Dishes Clattering ]
A line of showers now located|across central New Jersey is|sweeping our way...
and is expected to arrive|in our area within the hour.
- [ Sighs ] Look, um--|- Don't start.
- Do you-Do you-Do you think l--|- I have no idea.
Well, what's on your mind ?|I mean, you--
It wouldn't make for a pleasant evening,|if that's what you're after.
I don't want to talk about it.|Stupid mustache cup.
- What do you mean ?|- Don't be dim.
I know you think I'm so dense.|You think I'm so dense...
that now you want to be seen with your|dense wife at the cocktail party.
And you want me to shake hands with|your friends and make conversation...
and you're not going to accord me the|respect of talking honestly about this.
You don't really know|what this feels like.
I didn't--
technically--|it's not what you're thinking, Elena.
Please have the decency to at least|not tell me what I'm thinking.
Oh, Ben ! Elena !|Wonderful.
- [ Kisses ] Wonderful. Come in.|- Great to see ya.
- Ooh, I just got lipstick--|- That's all right.
Good to see you too.
Would you care to play ?|New this year.
It's strictly volunteer,|of course.
You can put your coats|in the library if you like.
Oh, damn.|I've left the, uh--
- Oh, you've--|- In the car.
- Oh. Right.|- Yeah.
We'll, um, we'll|be right back.
Oh, Rob.|The, uh, stuffed tomatoes.
[ Sighs ]
This just isn't|the best moment for this.
- I know. I know.|- [ Sighs ]
I had no idea--
- That this was going|to be a key party ?|- Yeah.
Well, if we'd understood, uh, we|could've invented some sort of excuse.
[ Sighs ]|A key party.
Did you see how stuffed|that bowl was already ?
Well ?
I think we're here,|and we don't have to stay.
We, uh, ought simply to put in an|appearance, and then we can head home.
You have some marker,|that's what I think.
If you wanna know the truth,|you have some marker.
And you're gonna put it on the house|keys so that Janey can find it.
And then when I get back to the house,|I'm gonna find the two of you in there,
and Wendy will be able to hear you, and|Paul will be back and he'll hear you.
- And I'll catch you.|That's what I think.|- Elena.
It's not what you think.|It's not some big plot.
Honestly, l-l--
I don't feel good about it.
I just--
I don't know.
Well, I'm really pleased|to hear a confession.
Elena, you're just getting|wound up to get wound up.
Listen, let's just go|to this fiasco.
If that's what you want.|Let's just go on in.
I'd rather talk|to anyone else but you.
[ Door Opens, Closes ]
My dear, he wrote her out of the will,|and now her attorneys are, um--
- and this has been goin' on|for years-- her attorneys--|- [ Elena ] Oh, Dot.
- [ Soft Rock ]|- [ Indistinct Chatter ]
- Ben, how you doin' ? You're soaked.|- Hey, Jack.
- Hell of a night out there.|You know my wife Ronnie.|- Well--
- Yeah, nice to see you.|I'm just gonna go--|- Hey, Benji.
- Hey, Mark. How you doin' ?|- Good to see you.
Oh, I'm terribly sorry.|Excuse me.
Hey, Maude, how are you ?|Pierce, how you doin' ?
- Did I see Elena ?|- Uh, she's here, yeah.|Just gonna get a drink.
- Excuse me.|- Benji.
Clair. George Clair. What the hell|brings you to New Canaan ?
Well, it's|the funniest thing.
I've been talking|to some investors--
a little, uh, outside venture|you understand, between you and me--
about a scheme to manufacture|a new styrofoam packaging.
These little, um, uh,|these peanut-like pieces...
that keep an item free|from trauma during shipping.
It's miraculous.|Anyway, it turns out...
that the genius behind the whole project|is your neighbour, Jim Carver.
How about that ?
Well, isn't that|a one-in-a-million coincidence.
A real dreamer,|our Jim Carver, eh ?
You're right. Listen, I'm gonna make|a break for the hors d'oeuvres guy.
Right. See you, uh,|bright and early Monday a.m.
Say, uh,|where's the wife ?
Uh, in Rhode lsland with her folks.|I'm a free agent tonight.
[ Indistinct ]
Oh, jeez, Benji.|Well, here you are.
Damn right.|Where the hell were you ?
What are you|talking about ?
Don't bullshit me|around, Janey.
Jesus Christ !
I waited around for more|than half an hour in nothing|but my boxer shorts and--
- Ben, Janey.|- Oh, hi, Dorothy, Ted.
What's all that about ?|I mean, what the hell happened ?
A prior engagement|overcame me.
- What ?|- Listen, Benjamin Hood,
I have obligations that proceed your--|from before you showed up.
I mean, one or two good-natured|encounters-- that doesn't mean I'm--
I'm not just|some toy for you.
When I remembered some chores I wanted|to get done before the party...
I just did them, that's all,|because I wanted to get them|done before I saw Jimmy.
Jimmy ?|Jimmy ?
I'm not sure how to take this.|What do you mean, Jimmy ?|I thought you and your husband--
How you take it isn't all|that interesting to me, Benjamin.
[ Whispering ]|I'm sorry.
I just can't believe|you could be so--
[ Sighs ]
[ Woman Laughing ]
[ Man On P.A. ] Now approaching|our final stop, Grand Central Station.
Grand Central Station.
Excellent.|We were waiting.
We ?
You ought to read this, Hood.|Nixon, our leader.
All ye need know about|the travails of life.
- Check out the Checkers speech stuff.|- Francis.
You're gonna leave the seeds in there ?|ln the binding like that ?
- All will be revealed, baby.|- [ Man On TV, lndistinct ]
Don't be deceived, Dan.|When this falls to the ground,|it's turning immediately...
- to the hard,|slick and slippery stuff--|- Significant sleet and rain.
Hey there, you young knight,|can you, uh, check on the mead ?
Can you sally forth and|secure us some more mead ?
- Huh ?|- Moisture. Moisture. [ Chuckling ]
[ TV Continues, lndistinct ]
[ Indistinct Chattering ]
[ Chuckling ]|Frankie opens his with his teeth.
Hey, that's|a sellable skill.
[ Grunts ]|Hell on the fillings.
Oh, man.
Everything's gonna freeze,|you know ? Big freeze.
Yeah. Paul, are you|gonna get home okay ?
- Yeah.|- [ Lighter Clicks ]
[ Indistinct Chatter ]
Elena ?
Reverend Edwards.
Perhaps you might find it|in your heart to call me Philip.
- You're here. I'm a bit surprised.|- [ Laughs ]
Sometimes, the shepherd needs|the company of the sheep.
I'm going to try hard not to|understand the implications of that.
Forgive me.
I hope those weren't|my keys.
[ Water Running ]
[ Water Shuts Off ]
Valium, Seconal.|Paregoric ?
Francis Davenport IV, tonight|you sleep the sleep of the just.
[ Rock ]
And whence has yon|virginal maiden absconded ?
Into one of the other 20 or so|bathrooms they got in this place.
Check it out.|Not for the faint of heart.
Pharmaceutical !|You are a god.
Oh, yeah, yeah.|One for you... and one for me.
No candy for me ?
Groovy. Young master of the revels,|a treat for our hostess.
Um-- Well, uh,|I don't--
- What is it ?|- Come on, Paulie. Share the wealth.
- I mean, you copped 'em|from her mom's stash anyway.|- Let's see.
Libbets, you really shouldn't mix|and match. You know, with the beer.
I'm gonna put 'em back.
Oh, far out, Paulie. Hey, look,|these expired, like, five months ago.
Think they're better aged ?
- [ Laughing ]|- Maybe you should just have a half.
Thanks for the advice, Dad.
All right.
Benji.|Feelin' no pain.
The lndian saying goes,|"Pain is merely an opinion."
Hey, check it out.|Maria Conrad brought her son.
[ Indistinct Chattering ]
I wish some of the gang|had brought their daughters.
[ TV ]
Thank you, Brian.
[ Telephone Ringing ]
- Hood residence.|- Your parents at that party ?
Yeah. Yours ?
[ Sighs ]|You get in trouble ?
I don't know.|I can't really tell yet.
- Sorry if I got you into trouble.|- [ TV, lndistinct ]
I'm gonna check out the ice storm.|Wanna come ?
[ Wendy On Telephone ]|Maybe. I don't know.
[ Psychedelic Rock ]
Where are you going ?
- Out.|- It's freezing.
- Yeah.|- Then why are you going ?
When it freezes, I guess that means|the molecules are not moving.
So when you breathe, there's|nothing in the air, you know,|to breathe into your body.
The molecules have stopped.|It's clean.
[ Door Opens, Closes ]
[ Footsteps Departing ]
When you're asking yourself|this question, "What is 'is' ?" and--
Oh, wait. This is the-the-|the training where they don't|let you go to the bathroom.
[ Laughs ]|That was the hard part, but I did it.
- [ Soft Rock ]|- The foot. The foot.
Toe clipper man.|[ Laughs ]
I guess he's just really exhausted|from, you know, tests and stuff.
You know, Libbets,|I really feel,
you know, like, a real|connection to you.
- You don't even know me really.|- Sure I do.
Like, your aura|that you give off ?
My what ?
It's, like, very positive.
And, um,
I feel a real...|special feeling for you.
I have a special feeling|for you too...
because l-l do--
- You do ?|- Yeah.
To me,|you're just like a--
I feel for you|like you're my ow-own--
You're just like a--
[ Together ]|Brother.
- Yeah, you're not alone with that line.|- I do.
You are.
Right.|That's cool. Um--
So, how about we take|a bath together ?
[ Laughing ]
You're funny.
- A bath.|- [ Laughs ]
Like brother and sister.
Oh, man.
I'm so wasted.
[ Indistinct ]
[ TV ]
Hello ?
Wendy ?
[ Sighs ]|Sandy, you scared the shit out of me.
What are you doing ?
I just thought|I'd stop by.
Mike's out. I think|he went to Silver Meadow...
to see if you were|hanging around there.
- Oh.|- Mm-mmm.
Okay, everyone, we have|a little business to attend to now.
So, everyone who'd like to stay,|please gather in the living room.
[ Dot ] All right,|everybody, I've got the bowl.
We're gonna start now,|so nobody go anywhere.
[ Woman ]|Oh, my-- Oh !
You ready to go ?
We're not going anywhere.
[ Female Guest ]|Mark ? Mark, where'd you go ?
[ Grunting ]
[ Wind Howling ]
Check this out. He's supposed|to say all sorts of stuff,
but he's kind of|malfunctioned.
[ Electronic Voice ] Mayday ! Mayday !|Get this message back to base !
Same thing,|again and again.
It's gonna get a lot|colder tonight, I predict.
Maybe even a blackout.
[ Electronic Voice ]|Mayday ! Mayday !
[ Sandy ]|Do you have candles in your house ?
I know where|the candles are.
And I know where every|emergency exit is on this floor.
This knot's called|a hangman's noose.
Let's hang him.
[ Wind Howling ]
He's dead.
If it wasn't raining, we could|take him outside and blow him up.
He wouldn't blow up.|He'd just get all mangled or twisted.
Well, looks like someone|got to its private parts before us.
Communist Viet Cong.
He left it|in the jungle.
Can I get in your bed...|with you ?
[ Indistinct Chattering,|Laughing ]
Well ?
- What shall the order be ?|- [ Laughing ]
Alphabetical ?|ln order of appearance ?
- [ Clears Throat ] Golf handicap.|- [ Laughing ]
Lowest handicap|does the honors.
[ Male Guest ]|That'd be Benji.
Ladies, isn't this|really up to you ?
[ Maria ]|It's up to one of us.
Oh, hell,|I'll go first.
All right,|all right.
[ Pierce ]|That's it.
[ Cheering, Shouting ]
[ Male Guest ]|Go get her, killer.
- Good night.|- Good luck.
Okay,|here goes.
Okay, Pammy.
[ Cheering, Shouting|Continue ]
[ Creaking ]
Want a drink ?
- Vodka ?|- You never tasted the stuff ?
[ Wind Howling,|Rain Splattering ]
Try again.
[ Coughs ]|Feels warm.
[ Laughs ]|One more shot ?
Under the covers ?
- [ Wendy ] Get 'em off.|- [ Both Giggling ]
[ Giggling Continues ]
Have you ever had|a nocturnal emission ?
Huh ?
That's when you wake up and you|find this pool of sticky stuff,
Iike after|a sexy dream.
They haven't told you|about this stuff yet ?
On what planet are you living on ?|[ Giggles ]
I love you.
That's nice.|Are you drunk ?
I don't know.
How do I know ?
I don't know either.
You spin around|when you lie down, I think.
I don't think I'm spinning.
[ Grunting, Panting ]
- [ Thud ]|- Oh !
[ Door Opens, Closes ]
[ Keys Rattling ]
How did you guess ?|[ Laughing ]
- [ Male Guest ] Good night, George.|- Let's go.
Gentlemen,|good night.
- Good night, George.|- Ladies, good night.
[ Male Guest ]|Sleep well, George.
Oh, my own husband.|Isn't that against the rules ?
- Try again.|- No.
- No, no, that's--|- No, thanks.
- That's fine.|- Come on, honey. That was too easy.
[ Dot ]|Getting down to the wire.
No, no, no.|[ Groans ]
- Whoa, whoa.|- Are you okay ?
[ Janey ]|He's okay.
He'll be okay.|Come on.
[ Mark ]|You okay ?
[ Exhales ]|Sorry.
Sorry. I, uh--
Maybe, uh, the bathroom ?
- Yeah, yeah. Up we go.|- [ Dot ] It's right down the hall.
[ Bell Ringing ]
Hold the train !
- [ Ringing Ends ]|- Hold it !
[ Pants, Laughs ]
Watch your step.
Well, I have to say I don't have|much faith in my car keys.
They're still|in that bowl.
It doesn't seem very safe|leaving your car keys laying around.
Let me.
Thanks, but--
Oh, I don't think so.
It's been kind of|a discouraging evening.
Well, you couldn't have hoped for|much better when you came up the walk.
Somehow, it seemed different in|my imagination when I thought about it.
Actually, I didn't|think about it at all really.
You want some coffee|or something ?
the fact that we're neighbours--|[ Sighs ]
close friends--
well, it makes all of this|seem a little strange,
don't you think ?
[ Sighs ] My husband is probably|passed out in the bathroom,
or at least|he wishes he were.
I've been married to him for 17 years|and I have no intention...
of going in there|to get him.
So, what I'm proposing|is that...
since your wife went off with a boy|and since you are here alone,
I'm proposing that you and I|do what makes sense.
Stay warm, pass some time.|That's all.
Now don't make me feel|as if I'm being too forward.
- If you don't--|- What the hey. Let's go for a drive.
- Whoa !|- Oh, Jim ! Hold on to me.
[ Indistinct ]
- We're gonna have to defrost|this thing for a while.|- [ Engine Starts ]
Do these seats go back ?
[ Electronic Whirring ]
[ Grunting, Moaning ]
[ Horn Honks ]
[ Grunting, Panting ]
Oh !|[ Laughs ]
Oh, God !
That was awful.
Really awful.|I'm so sorry, Elena.
Um, look, can you|wait here a sec ?
I, uh,|I need to tidy up.
Uh, just a minute. I'll, uh,|I'll be right back. Will you wait ?
Of course.
[ Door Opens ]
[ Breathing Heavily ]
[ Sighs ]
Ben, I've got|a ride home.
Maybe you should sleep this one off|on the couch here.
- I'll drive you.|- No. No, Ben, no.
You're in no condition|to drive.
We'll talk|in the morning, okay ?
You get some sleep|on the couch out there ?
I'll try.
We'll talk|in the morning.
We'll talk|in the morning.
[ Tyres Skidding ]
Shit !
- Oh, my God ! Stop.|- Easy does it. Easy.
You okay ?
Yeah, yeah.|I'm all right.
[ Engine Revving,|Tyres Spinning ]
[ Car Departing ]
[ Icicles Tinkling ]
Whoo !|[ Laughing ]
[ Panting ]
[ Engine Winding Down ]
[ Brakes Squeaking ]
[ Paul Narrating ]|When you think about it,
it's not easy to keep from|just wandering out of life.
It's like someone's always leaving|the door open to the next world,
and if you aren't paying attention|you could just walk through it,
and then you've died.
That's why in your dreams it's like|you're standing in that doorway...
and the dying people and|the newborn people pass by you...
and brush up against you as they come in|and out of the world during the night.
You get spun around,|and in the morning...
it takes a while to find|your way back into the world.
- [ Shivering ]|- Phone's out.
Hope the pipes--
[ Blowing Nose ]
Well, why don't you|put on some dry socks.
Uh, and there are some, uh, rain boots|in the guest closet back there.
- Last room downstairs.|- Thanks.
Get dressed.
[ Electrical Buzzing ]
Good morning, ladies|and gentlemen.
This train, originating|from New York's Grand Central Station,
is back in service.
Next stop will be|New Canaan, Connecticut.
New Canaan, Connecticut,|next stop.
[ Ben ]|Jim ! Janey !
[ Panting ]
[ Elena ]|Ben.
Jim, he was just...
up in Silver Lane.
I think a power line--
[ Sobbing ]
[ Sobbing Continues ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Sobbing Continues ]
[ Sobbing ]
[ Sobbing Continues ]
I can't read|and I can't write down
I don't know|a book from countdown
I don't know|which shadow gets me
All I've got|is someone's face
Can I see a family smile
Can I reach tomorrow
Can I walk|a missing mile
Can I feel|Can I please
I can't reach it any more
I just sit back|and ignore
I just can't seem to get it right|Get it right
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