Sweet Magnolias (2020–…): Season 2, Episode 3 - Sweet Magnolias - full transcript

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♪ You don't owe me
One more minute of your wasted time ♪

♪ You act like it's all fine ♪

♪ It isn't hard to leave ♪

♪ Knowing that I'll be getting life
On track ♪

♪ I wanted to believe ♪

♪ I've gotta make a destination ♪

♪ Find where I belong ♪

♪ This time I've got no hesitation ♪

♪ And I'll be movin' on ♪

♪ To where I belong ♪

♪ I'll be movin' on ♪



♪ Over the line I've drawn ♪

♪ I'm already gone ♪

Whoo!

Bulldogs!

Hi!

We love you guys!

Good going, Bulldogs!

All the way, boys!

- Thank you, Serenity!
- Yeah!

You guys should be so proud of your sons,

brothers, your neighbors.

These young men
had an excellent performance at State.

First time in ten years
we made it this far!

The Bulldogs
are a team filled with strong hearts,



determination, and talent.

Coach Maddox,
from your added vantage point

of a former Major League player,

why were you unable
to take the team all the way?

You can have a lot of talent
and play your heart out,

but sometimes it just doesn't go your way.

Do we wish we'd come in first
instead of fourth?

Sure, but, I mean, this is State.

Our team couldn't have asked
for better leadership

than we got from Coach Cal
and Coach Harlan all season.

And Captain Ty here was amazing too,
every moment of every game.

And we are nothing but proud
of all of y'all.

So, folks, take these boys home
and celebrate 'em!

Thanks for everything.

Whoo!

Yes!

- Yeah, Bulldogs!
- Proud of you, dude!

Cal, take it down a notch.

No. Those kids played their hearts out,
and I failed them!

Maddie, Ty, um...

You're busy.

It's okay. We'll... we'll talk later.

Come on.

Good work, Ty. Thank you.

Thanks, Coach.

Are you a good guy or a bad guy?

- He's a pirate, Nana.
- No, I'm a gold hoarder.

We're treasure hunters. Our founder died
gathering gold from the ocean floor.

A hero of your own story.

Why can't we play together, Kyle?

Because you don't like
playing Gold Hoarder,

and I wanna play Gold Hoarder.

Oh! Welcome home,
oh mighty warrior!

You're back!
Mom said you didn't win,

but I bet you would have won
if you could throw.

Pitch.

- I am so proud of you.
- Thanks, Nana.

- Yeah!
- Mom and I picked up Chinese food.

- She's in the kitchen.
- Let's go help her.

- Did you get egg rolls?
- Of course.

Losing sucks.

Yes. Yes, it does.

- Wanna beat up some skeletons?
- Haven't you beat up enough?

Oh, I see. Just in case I wasn't feeling
bad enough about what happened,

you're gonna blame your gang
of Neanderthals losing State on me too?

None of us would be here
if you hadn't lost your mind!

Great. Great, so now I'm crazy too!

All right. When are we gonna talk about
how your huge ego started everything?

You're the one
who had to take on Jackson both times.

I was protecting you!

No, I was protecting you!

Great job.

Hey.

Uh, you got a minute?

Yeah.

Yesterday, at school...

I'm sorry you saw me like that.

Uh...

I've experienced firsthand

what anger can do to a relationship.

I will not go there again.

You don't have to.

I have a temper,

but I work at it, hard.

Once in a while, when I fail,

when I...
...let someone down who matters to me,

it can still get away from me.

I understand.

Believe me, I have breathed fire
with the best of 'em.

But it... it's not just me
that I'm thinking of.

Yeah, Ty has shouldered his fair share
of disappointment and then some.

I owe him an apology also,
but I had to talk to you first.

When I couldn't play anymore...

I knew I had to find constructive ways
to express what was inside,

or the anger would eat me alive.

It's been working.

I just

lost my footing.

I'm sorry.

Thank you.

Don't shut me out.

Don't shut down on me. Just...

I'll stay on it.

Would it be okay
if I came by and talked to Ty?

Sure.

But not tonight. I, um...

I have to attend
some mysterious public hearing.

I told Neville we'd narrow down
the candidates to the top three.

I just wanna say, um,

I think finding someone
with a compatible philosophy

is an important aspect
of choosing an agribusiness manager.

Well, I wasn't clear on his philosophy,

but the guy from Virginia Tech,

he didn't have much of a plan
to increase output on the produce

that I need most, especially in late fall.

Well, he did... he did know
his numbers, though, don't you think?

Take a look at Marybeth.
She seemed collaborative.

And her thoughts on crop rotation
are wonderfully progressive.

Soybeans?

Name me one traditional Southern dish
that I can make with soybeans.

I had southern-fried soy curls once.

- Ew!
- Delicious!

You could expand
the vegan offerings on your menu.

You two discuss. Excuse me.

Ew. Let me tell you something.

You should know
that I like to be swept off my feet.

So I would like to see other candidates.

If you're gonna be this tough to please,
I can only think of one way forward.

We need to have dinner Thursday night
to go over everything in detail.

Sign me up.

Who sends out a public hearing notice
with so little notice?

"Serenity Town Council..." Hmm.

"...invites stakeholders to discuss
infrastructure and renewal proposals."

Well, that doesn't sound
too terribly descriptive.

They could be building bomb shelters
under Wharton's for all I can decipher.

I'll attend for you
and find out what it's actually about.

No, you have been working overtime.

I will go, and I will see
if it's anything that will affect us.

If you're going there,
is there anything I can do here

or anywhere else to help you?

You seem a bit buried, boss.

And excuse me for saying so,
it's not your best look.

I thought all the stress
would bring out the color in my cheeks.

Well, call me old-fashioned,

but how about we remove
some of that stress and go back to blush?

Talking to you is a great first step.

I need a therapist.

Hold on, I didn't mean to suggest...

Not for me.

For Kyle.

He won't talk to me,
so he has to talk to a professional.

- Yeah.
- I just...

I don't know. It seems like bad manners
going around asking for recommendations.

"Hello, lovely day. Do you go to therapy?
Do you like your therapist?"

- I love my therapist.
- See, I didn't mean to pry.

Not one I have appointments with.

The one I'm married to.

Ashley. Oh, of course!

Wait, does he see teenagers?
Would he see Kyle?

Hang on.

Hey, Ash.

I know we were
supposed to have lunch today,

but how about we reschedule?

Helen, good to see you here...
Helen, what's wrong?

Want me to get Dana Sue?

Take me to the hospital, please.

All right.

I got you. I got you.

Okra!

Mmm.

Yes, yes, yes!

And cucumbers. I hope there's parsley
in here too, you know?

- My parsley...
- Mm-hmm.

...and cucumber salad

with white wine vinaigrette,

you know, is a top request all summer.

Would I deny you anything you need?

You know, if you keep being
this much fun to work with,

I think we'll be able
to figure out everything.

Hey! Hate to interrupt
whatever business is happening here,

but... I think we met.

Ronnie Sullivan. Annie's Dad.

I remember. Uh, Jeremy Reynolds.

Guy with the plums.

Jeremy is running Benji Hayes' co-op.
We're getting back into business with him.

Oh, that's great news.
Congratulations, man.

And, as I'm sure you already know,

you couldn't be going into business
with a smarter woman.

Or a busier one.

So, busy lady, am I next on the agenda?

Why don't you wait out at the bar?

I'mma go wait at the bar.

I'm sorry about that.

Timing is not his strong suit. So...

Did I misunderstand
where things stand with the two of you?

No, it is over.

Does he know that?

Must you hang out in my room?

It's not your room.

Trust me, I'd rather be celebrating
the start of my summer vacation

by playing baseball or doing
pretty much anything else in the world

than sitting here with you.

Imagine how excited I am to listen to you
mourn baseball all summer.

Hey, here's a thought. Um, go take a walk!
Because, you know, you can.

I wanna sign your cast again, Ty.
In a different color.

And I'm gonna do a whole mural on Kyle's,

starting with a Parasaurolophus
tilted up to reach a really high branch.

Doesn't anyone care what I want?

Could you stop with all the attitude?

I don't know, Ty. Can I?

Maybe I'm crazy.

Apparently, Mom thinks I'm crazy.
Does everybody think I'm crazy?

I don't, Kyle.

You're just grumpy.

- How about purple?
- That's fine, Katie.

Just your name. No flowers or hearts.

Mom's worried about you,
and, honestly, I get why.

Guess that's why
Dr. Ashley's coming to see me.

Trotter's husband Dr. Ashley?

Dr. "I'm a therapist" Ashley?

Yeah.

Like he could fix me.

Kyle, what color for you?

Does it matter?

Hey, Katie, let's go sign my cast
in your room, okay?

Let's give Jimmy Stewart his space.

- Who?
- Come on.

- Sure you wanna go with purple?
- Yes.

Hey, I'm... I'm sorry, but, you know,
you asked me to come by, so...

I have news.

Farmer?

I no longer need your help
with the restaurant.

I have a new investor.

Farmer?

Cal Maddox.

What, the shortstop?

Oh, okay. Um, no, I... I mean, I get it.

A... a Major League Baseball player's
in a better position

to help you with Sullivan's,
but I hope you know I was

and am ready to do whatever it takes.

Yeah, I appreciate it.

Well, guess we're still partners
where it counts.

- Excuse me?
- Raising our daughter?

Yeah, true enough.

Annie sure is happy to have you here.

Not as happy as I am.

So, hey, how about
we honor that great tradition

of opening day
at Serenity Summer Market, huh?

Huh? You know?

Three of us together, like the old days.

What?

Do you remember that summer
that Annie was... seven,

and she got sick on the way home
because we let her have...

...cotton candy for breakfast?

Not our finest parenting.

Well, I'm, uh, sure she forgives us.

- Yeah.
- I also bet she'd like to go.

- Promise I'll be the disciplinarian.
- No.

- Just this once.
- Uh-huh, really?

Yeah, and I will tell her

that she has to have
something sensible for breakfast, like

funnel cake.

Kyle? Ashley's here.

Yes, ma'am.

- Good to see you, Kyle.
- Sir.

Can I get you anything? Water, coffee?

- No, I think we'll be fine.
- Okay.

Enjoy your 50 minutes off.

Right, of course. Of course.

Okay, well, you two enjoy your appointment

or your talk,

visit, whatever.

I will just, um...

I have to go.

Honey, Nana's in the backyard with Katie.
If you need anything, holler, okay?

- It was good to see you.
- Good seeing you.

Sorry about your leg.

How's it coming along?

- If I tell you I'm fine, what happens?
- What would you like to have happen?

Don't rush.

I took the liberty of calling them.

It's not a time to be alone.

Here.

We're here.

- I lost the baby. I lost my baby.
- I know.

I lost my baby!

Whoo!

Hey, Coach.

Thought I'd come by early
and help you set up.

Well, while I admire your commitment,

what are you doing here, man?
This week's batting, and you...

What am I supposed to do
if I don't have baseball camp?

Hey, you gotta be patient, Ty.

How about this? The next few weeks,
work on your core and flexibility.

After we get the all clear from Dr. Ahmed,
we'll move to the next phase of training.

Now go! Dude, it's summer, relax.

Go have fun with your friends.
Hang with your girlfriend.

Yeah, 'cause I'm such a fun boyfriend
right now.

Okay, what's really going on?

- It's my fault I got hurt.
- No.

- So it's my fault we lost State.
- Absolute no.

That is my blame you're talking about.
You're the captain, but I'm the coach.

Yeah, you're a great coach.

I appreciate that, but listen to me.

A win is not just one player,
and neither is a loss.

I mean, would I have loved
to have you on the mound? Absolutely.

But you stepped up as a leader,
and that... that's what counts.

Mental rehab is also important.

You gotta learn to process things
the right way.

You saw that I didn't handle
the loss of State well.

So maybe the two of us
can help each other get through.

You know, talk things out
before they get too deep.

Yeah.

Yeah, that sounds good.

All right.

- Not staying?
- Uh, no.

Not answering any text messages either.

Just don't have much to say.

I get that, but the occasional meme
as proof of life, dude,

that's all I'm asking.

- Yeah.
- You good, Ty?

Yeah, gonna be.

All right, see you.

That is the smell of a well-run kitchen!

Thank you, Erik. Thank all y'all

for keeping things humming
while I tended to some personal business.

So thank you.

Here's the order, Chef.

Yes, thank you.

Now, I added a spinach quiche.
For the iron.

Thanks.

Erik, can I...

Um...

How's Helen coming along?

Uh, she is quiet.

Which, you know, is to be expected.

Uh, but we all owe you
a... a debt of thanks.

Not at all. Glad to be of help.

Yeah. Is something going on
with you two that I should know about?

Why would you think that?

I... I mean, I'm just saying that,

you know, you'd expect her
to... to call in a close friend

in a situation like this.

Well, I'm just a friend who was,
you know, close at the moment.

Now, it's gonna get cold
if we stand here jawing too much longer.

Yes.

Are you here for dinner?

In appreciation for all the great photos
you've taken for the team all season,

it is my pleasure to present you
with this humble offering

from all the Bulldogs.

- Uh... Yeah.
- Oh.

Thank you.

You're welcome.

Let this hearing come to order.

Thank you all for coming.
Happy to see such a full turnout.

Serenity is always evolving,
and let me just say,

it is my pleasure and my honor
to serve such an expansive community.

Isn't it a little early
to launch his reelection campaign?

...in the awkward position
of uneven growth.

Certain, shall we say,
specialty businesses

are creating infrastructure issues

at a point where our town revenue
cannot take on that burden unaided.

I'd like to begin by recognizing
Petey Martin from Building and Safety.

Good evening.

We've received numerous complaints
about new boutique businesses

who are more concerned
with image than impact.

They're causing problems
with parking and traffic.

We've been forced
to implement parking restrictions

until these businesses are able to address

the problems
they're causing their neighbors.

You too?

I could come wallpaper your foyer

with all the parking tickets
my work trucks have gotten

these past two weeks.

He's not done, Maddie, Skeeter.

We'll wait, Trent.

Petey.

Increased traffic in residential areas

has gotten to the point
where residents are often unable to park

in front of their own homes.

We propose that to alleviate the hardship,

business owners have 21 days to submit
a plan to mitigate the parking problem,

or council will be compelled
to take action.

Is there anyone present
who wishes to address the council?

Chair recognizes Maddie Townsend.

As you know quite well, Mr. Mayor,

I'm here responding as an owner of one
of these specialty boutique businesses.

Our clients have already gotten
numerous parking tickets

with no explanation.

Why were we not contacted
before this plan was set in motion

so we could propose a solution?

Mrs. Townsend, how could we expect you
to present a solution

before we've even explained the problem?

Peggy Martin.

As a resident in the area
adjacent to the Corner Spa,

I'd like to propose
that instituting time limits for parking

on the smaller side streets
would also discourage spa patrons

from parking
in front of our houses all day long.

Mrs. Townsend, would you like to respond
to that suggestion?

Bless your hearts.

I will respond, within 21 days.

Chair would like to recognize
Skeeter Ramsey.

I'm not much happier
than Maddie is, Mr. Mayor.

Is this a typical council meeting?

No. They all can be pretty strange
and petty.

But, I don't know, something about this
stinks like week-old fish,

and I'm gonna find out what.

And I'm not particularly interested

in collecting the dozens of tickets
I know I'll get

when I'm parked in front of your house
for the week it takes to

redo your wife's powder room.

Do I stay home,
and you deal with her?

Or do we deal with this?

Hey, honey.

How you doing?

Sorry I've been gone all day.

People needed you.

Well, Aunt Helen's doing much better,
thank the Lord.

How was your time with Ashley?

Well, we, um, didn't solve world hunger,

but we made some real progress
on climate change.

It's good to see you're making a joke.
I'm here if you wanna talk.

Ashley said
I don't have to tell you anything.

It's confidential.

Okay.

Don't stay up too late.

Should we wake Nana?

Nah. Just let her sleep.

Night, baby.

Breakfast of champions!

I cannot believe we caved.

- Oh, you want some?
- Uh, no!

That didn't mean
you had to eat the whole thing yourself.

It's true.

I thought, uh,
we could all match for the day.

Mmm, so we don't get lost in the crowd?

I'm thinking more like a... a family crest.

- At least it's not a real tattoo.
- I can't have one of those until I'm...

- Twenty-one.
- Eighteen.

Twenty-one.

I like Daddy's answer.

Yeah, surprise, surprise.

- Oh my!
- Oh wow!

Very nice for the day.

All right, Mommy next. Wanna help me out?

All right.

- Okay.
- I promise.

Maybe I do.

- I don't trust you.
- All right. Here we go.

- Okay, you live.
- Gonna walk.

- You put the same one on?
- You guys have fun.

- Truth.
- Oh!

- I'll catch you later.
- That is not that bad.

- All right.
- Do me.

Mm-hmm.

All right.

Thank you for filling that out.
That's for you. We really appreciate it.

Never mind,
you're selling something.

Oh, don't go!

You could be missing out

on the best real estate opportunities
in Serenity!

Your mom puts you to work too?

I can't leave until all of these are gone.
I'm supposed to be nice while I do it too.

Oh, I wanna see that.

I ran out of the bright pink pens,
or I'd stab myself with one!

Gimme half.

It'll ease the pain
of my parents humiliating me in public.

You remember that one time...

Let's take the far side.

Wow, yeah, thank you.

Hey, when we're done, how about
I treat you to some cotton candy?

Oh, I already had breakfast.

Breakfast?

I'll be right back.

Ronnie, good to see you.
How long you in town?

Well, as long as it takes.

Mm. Let me know. Could be newsworthy.

Keep you posted, Peggy.

Wait a minute!

- Wait, he's gone!
- Who?

Oh, he's probably 800 years old by now.
He made those lotions and those lip balms.

His booth was always
right next to The Sentinel.

Oh, yes, I do remember

'cause it was...
it was like kissing a ripe fruit. Mm.

I think we lost Annie. Let's find Annie.

Well, she's, uh...

...over there talking to the Lewis boy, see?

Oh. I may need
to have a talk with her.

She reminds me
a little too much of me at that age.

Nothing wrong with that.

Hey, Annie's dad!

- Hey, farmer!
- Come on over.

- I've got something you may like.
- I already got what I like, thanks.

Well, your stuff might be out of date.
See, this is fresh jam.

Nothing comes close to my jam.

I'll pass. Unless, of course,
you got something with a bite to it?

All right, Ronnie?

We need to move on. Let's go.

- Dana Sue...
- Jeremy, I'll call you later.

Good luck with jam endeavors.

Goats are cute.

Dracula emerges from his crypt!

Hey, I missed you too.

I... I thought you weren't coming out.

- Uh, I thought you weren't free today.
- You call this free?

Pancakes! Pancakes!

Okay, Joshua should be
at the head of the line by now. Go see.

Wow, all three of them.
You really have your hands full.

Yeah, which is why I've been trying
to get a hold of you to make a plan.

Look, I know your summer's derailed,
but mine's been laid out since March.

What, with my mom on the road,

my dad working extra shifts,
and me looking after these three

and working for Miss Helen...

Uh, how are things shaping up for you?

No baseball camp, so I'll help out
at the spa as much as I can.

And why does it take three days
for you to answer a text?

I wasn't thinking
about how much pain you're in.

They give you something?

Yeah. Yeah, it's just, uh...

Do you wanna get together?

It's kinda why
I've been texting you nonstop.

Look, my schedule is tight,
but let's figure something out, okay?

Right.

I got extra strawberries!

One of my strawberries fell off!

Okay, really, over strawberries?
Where's my change, and where's Joshua?

Okay.

Text me, and don't wait three days.

You got it.

Come on, okay. Did you see him?

Yeah.

Mm.

Mm.

This is bliss.

Dana Sue was right
about you and those pancakes.

Mm.

I have to get Beau's recipe.

He won't give it to you.

And even if he does,
don't trust the ingredients.

He won't admit
that there's magic involved.

It's good to see you smile.

- Thank you.
- Mm-hmm.

I do feel better today.

Even thought about going down
to the market myself to get these, but...

thanks for delivering.

You know, I applaud your decision
to rest a bit longer.

Even strong people need to give
their friends a chance to pamper them.

Well, thanks to the Lord
for those friends.

I did talk my boss into giving me
the whole day off though.

- I've heard she can be tough.
- No sh...

So I'm glad she listened.

People put too much emphasis
into jumping back into the fray.

You know, pushing past pain

usually means not dealing with it.

Just take the time it takes.

Yep, and I have to try that.

You're not kidding.

I told you.

- Magic!
- They're magical.

Do you suppose there's a special degree
in incomprehensible vocabulary

you have to earn
to work in municipal government?

They want you
to throw up your hands and walk away,

which is why we're gonna fight back.

- Thanks for being on the team.
- You say that now.

But if we're gonna fight zoning,
there's a bigger battle to wage.

How so?

The Corner Spa
should have a childcare center.

Oh?

Oh. Well, that's an intriguing idea.

We'd capture more moms who are hesitant
to hire a sitter to come work out.

They'd come more often, stay longer.

I could even teach kiddie yoga.

This is brilliant, Trotter.

Well, no, it's selfish.

I want the childcare ready
for when I need it.

Trotter?

Trotter!

I mean, no baby yet,

but we're starting to work with Helen,
and why not move forward in hope?

Amen.

And you let me know what you need.
Time off for interviews, whatever.

You have my prayers without asking.

Part of the reason we feel ready
to take the next step is because of you

and Helen and Dana Sue.

We want our child
to grow up surrounded by loving people.

We, uh...

we, uh...
...didn't always have that ourselves.

Well, you do now.

Oh, this lucky, blessed,
beautiful little soul, wherever it may be.

Oh, Trotter!

I got this.

Oh, I know. Just thought

we could talk a little.

Mom, I don't really want a tattoo
other than this one.

Good.

I'm so glad
we got to go to the market together.

It was great.

I mean, makes it official. Summer is here.

Yeah! We haven't even discussed
summer yet.

Are you and Simon
gonna do something special?

Why would we?

We're just friends.

Besides, he already left for a job
with his uncle in Washington, D.C.

Oh. I... I didn't realize.

Well, it sure seems
Jackson's been coming around a lot.

You know, honey,

it's okay to be your own woman.

Right. And?

And you never... you never have to define
yourself by a man.

So you don't have to rush
from Simon to Jackson.

- Seriously?
- Yes!

Mom, I was helping him pass out leaflets.
That's all.

Okay.

Just because you're confused
about the men in your life

does not mean I'm confused
about the guys in mine.

Pour it out.

I, um...

I cannot imagine going through this...

...without having this.

You never have to go through anything,
big or small, on your own.

Erik thought
you might feel a little slighted

because I asked him
to take me to the hospital.

I thought we weren't gonna
talk about that tonight.

I know, but he appeared, just appeared.

Like an angel on my path.

No, we don't have any complaints
about sharing you.

Just taking note
of whom we are sharing you with.

Okay.

Well, then I have something
really important to tell you!

- Oh my. All right. Hold on.
- Wait. Hold on. Let me get...

- Let me just...
- I gotta...

- Just move it. Okay.
- Put that right here.

- Okay.
- Let's get ready.

I need to know what happened
at the hearing the other night.

We can talk about that later.

Petey and Trent seem to think
it's about traffic flow, as does Peggy!

But parking should have been brought up

when Petey signed off
on our certificate of occupancy.

- Mm-hmm.
- I wonder why it wasn't.

Somebody changed their mind,
and we have to find out why.

Maddie, I'll be back on my feet
in no time.

I really don't want you
to get overwhelmed.

No, I'm fine. I'm just whelmed.

Besides, I think this is personal.

Okay, all right.

Hey, how are your sweet boys?

- Step by step.
- Yeah?

And Annie?
How's her summer starting off, Dana Sue?

This is your superpower, isn't it, Helen?

What is?

Not letting us fuss
when you most need to be fussed over!

You keep steering us east,
little by little,

and we are out in deep water
before we even know we're wet.

I feel better worrying
about you and yours than about myself.

It's like my mama used to tell me.
If we all worry about the people we love,

then we'll always have people
worrying about us,

and then we don't have to worry
about ourselves.

- Amen to that.
- Mm.

Well, Helen,
you want something to worry about?

Yes!

Okay, well, I heard
Ronnie Sullivan and Jeremy Reynolds

were bumping horns like two rhinos
at the Summer Market.

Oh, and I could have seen it,
had I but risen from my sickbed.

- Who told you that?
- More than one person.

Which means
there was probably something to see.

How do you feel
about them fightin' over you?

- Excited.
- Yeah.

Flattered, even.

Mm-hmm.

- I mean, right up until the point...
- ...Annie saw it.

Ouch.

Yeah, she gave me attitude about it later.

You know,
she was just doing her job as a teenager.

Okay, well, I don't know why
she has to be so good at her job.

Now who's taking us out to sea?

- What? Not me!
- Then tell us, Dana Sue.

What does it mean to you
that Ronnie's back?

What do you want now that he's here?

♪ I fade like a memory ♪

♪ That's been wasted on the youth ♪

♪ You hear them now, they're calling ♪

♪ Oh, they're calling for the truth ♪

♪ There's a pull beneath the water ♪

♪ With the rising of the seas ♪

♪ There's a view with no horizon ♪

♪ They need something to believe ♪

♪ To believe ♪

You are so loved. Remember that.

♪ Sail a boat to Italy ♪

♪ Go paint me green and blues ♪

♪ Remove a cloak of mystery ♪

♪ And go searching for a truth ♪

♪ Feel the pull beneath the water ♪

♪ Watch the rising of the seas ♪

♪ Pick a view with the horizon ♪

♪ Give me something to believe ♪

♪ To believe ♪

Why, why, why, why?

♪ To believe, to believe ♪

- Hey.
- Hey.

I, um... I hope it's not too late.

Just, um...

You know, I wanted to thank you
for coming to Summer Market with me.

And... and Annie.

It really meant a lot.

Um...

Can I, um... can I come in for a moment?

You know what? Annie's asleep.
I'd rather not wake her.

Oh, that's... that's not why
I wanted to come in.

It, um...

took a phone call, two,

a little Internet search, but, uh...

turns out the 800-year-old man still makes
that strawberry-banana lip balm.

Just doesn't go to Summer Market anymore.

Found him and his son over in Egret Falls.

Oh.

- I'd, um...
- Mmm.

...never want you to go without
anything you've been missing.

Thank you...

for bringing this by.

Mm-hmm.

Good night.

Good night.

Ronnie?

One more thing I've been missing...

Hey, honey. I came as soon as I could.

Thanks for coming.

Thanks for inviting me.

So, Kyle, what's going on?

Everything! And I don't know what to do.

I mean, Mom hates me now.
Pretty sure Ty does too.

And Nellie...

Ashley's fine, but what I need most
right now is a friend.

I don't know.