7th Heaven (1996–2007): Season 7, Episode 12 - Back in the Saddle Again - full transcript

Eric continues his apathetic ways, and it gets to the point where Annie insists he see someone to talk about it. Cecilia starts avoiding Simon. Ruthie learns a friend has cystic fibrosis.

You know,
it's called

horseback riding for a reason.

You're supposed to be on the
back of the horse, riding it.

Very funny.

I'm Katelyn.
What's the problem?

I fell off, okay?

Poor horse.

Ed must feel terrible.

Get back on.

What's your name?


Get back on the horse, Ruthie.

I don't feel like getting
back on the horse, okay?

You can't put him up when
he's depressed like that.

Come on, we'll ride together.

I hurt my leg,
I don't feel like it,

I'm tired.
I've been up since 6:00,

and I've got homework.

We won't be gone that long.
I promise.

But my brother's
picking me up and...

You won'tregret it.

I was getting worried about you.
It's late.

You've never done
this before.

It's after dark.

Don't ruin it.

I just had the best
day of my life.

Well, okay, but still,
we have to go home.

I'm Katelyn.
You must be Simon.

Nice to meet you.


I'll put up Ed.

You guys take off.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

No problem.

Best day of your life?

I fell off Ed.

Are you hurt?

I thought I was, but then
I just got back in the saddle

and things just got
better and better.

You should try calling
Cecilia again.

I-I think her dad made it
absolutely clear I shouldn't,

and what does that have
to do with anything?

Katelyn says you have your
good days and your bad days,

and when you have a bad day,

you just get back
in the saddle again.

Pull yourself up
by your bootstraps.

And she was right.

I was really scared
and angry and now...

now I feel great.

I met the challenge.

I overcame
the obstacle.

I jumped over the hurdle.

I did it, and now I'm free.

That was what
that ride was all about--

obtaining my personal
freedom by facing my fears.

Wow, that was an awesome ride.

You're not kidding, are you?

You really did have
the best day of your life.

Good for you.

Uh, you can
let go of me.

I'll... I'll come back
home after my session.

I promise.
Well, if...

if you speak of me,
speak kindly.

Is there any doubt?

I'll be back.

Whoa, you look nice.

I have to, we're going out
with Chandler and Roxanne.

Aren't you happy
she has a boyfriend?

Kind of,

but I still feel like
I have to look my very best

when I'm around Roxanne.

Life is not a competition, Lucy,

but if it were,
you would be a winner.

That was incredibly insincere.

I know, I'm tired.

And you already know
how special you are

without my having to remind you
every time Roxanne is around.

Don't make me do it anymore--
get over it.

All right, all right.

So... Dad...

Yep, he... he just left.

Why are you looking at me
like that?

I know what
you're thinking.

You're thinking I might
consider getting help myself.

I wasn't thinking that.

That was incredibly
insincere, too.


Hi. I'm looking
for Reverend Camden.

Uh, Reverend Camden
is taking some time off.

Is there anything
I can do for you?

I'm Cheryl.

I'm a friend of the family's.

Well, obviously not
too close of a friend

because I just found out

that Reverend Camden
had heart surgery.

But when I drove by,
I saw the car

outside and the lights on,

so I thought
maybe he was back.

No, not yet, but
I'll be happy

to take a message.

Um, I'm the
associate pastor.

I'm just helping out.

I didn't know there was
an associate pastor.

Yeah, I'm new.

The church
brought me on

while the reverend's

Well, they certainly did
a good job of recruiting.

What does that mean, blondie?


I just meant...

I mean... he looks like
a nice associate minister.

Did I break some kind of law?

No, and I apologize
for my partner.

We shouldn't have
barged in like this.

No, I'm the one who barged in.

I just wanted to see if
Reverend Camden was here.

Thanks, and good luck
with your new job.

I'll tell Reverend Camden
you stopped by.

No, really,
what I wanted

to talk to him about can wait.

Good night.

Maybe I'll just
meet you at the house.

Who was she?

And what were you
doing alone with her

in this office at
this time of night?

It's 7:30.

I was gonna pick you up
at the Camdens' at 8:00.

Is this what you do all day,

hang out with needy women
in church basements?

Is there something
about the way

that I was relating
to that woman

that seemed inappropriate
to you?

Just answer the question.

What's going on, Roxanne?

You tell me.

I've been looking forward
to going out with you all day.

I show up, and you're flirting
with some other woman.

Uh, I wasn't

and I've been looking forward

to going out with you
all day, too.

Well, I don't feel
like going out anymore.

I admit, tonight

isn't getting off
to the best start.

Uh, maybe you and I
should just go someplace

and talk, just the two of us.

We can go out
with Kevin and...

and Luce
another night...

when you like me better.

You think this is funny?

I said I don't want to go out
with you anymore.

Um, I don't have a car.

Can you... give me a
ride to the Camdens'?

Of course, of course.

I can even give you
a ride home, meet your dad.

Look, whatever I did, I'm sorry.

Is Roxanne changing
up in your apartment?

Roxanne is down at the church
fighting with Chandler.


It's nothing serious.

What happened?

I'm not sure.

We walked in the office,

and Chandler was talking
to someone and...

What someone?

Someone blonde.

Can you give me a description?

Female Caucasian, early 20s.



What kind of clothes
was she wearing?

A shirt and pants.


Why was she there?

I think she was there
to see your dad.

Chandler said he'd let him know
she dropped by.

Are you sure she wasn't
a brunette, late 30s?

I'm sure.

I need a
ride home.

Now, Kinkirk.

Can I come in?

I got it!


Is that who was
at my dad's office?

Oh, I...

You know, when somebody
comes by your father's office,

I just assume
that it's for counseling.

Since that's a
confidential matter,

I really don't think it's a good
idea to reveal their identity.

It's Robbie's old girlfriend
that Matt went out with.

We got to know her
when she thought

she was pregnant
with Robbie's baby.

I don't really need
to know all that, do I?

Everybody else does.

Would you
just come in?

You're being

You shouldn't
just run off

without talking
to Chandler.

I hate this.

I hate feeling
so vulnerable.

I can't do it, I can't.

I should only go out with men
I don't really care about.

Roxanne, take a deep breath.



I just made an idiot of myself,
and I'm supposed to relax?

Tell him it's PMS.


He won't want to talk about it,

and you can just pretend
it never happened.

Okay, one...

I can't believe
you just said "PMS" to me.

And two, I don't think
that nature is an excuse

for acts of aggression
or jealousy or insanity.

I hate myself

right now, but not as much
as I hate him

for making me hate myself.

Can we talk?



I didn't realize

you weren't, uh,
feeling like yourself.

I'm fine and he's an idiot.


Well, since we're defining who
we are, let me just add to that.

I'm a minister.

And part of my job is seeing
people that need help.

And you just happened
to walk into my office

when somebody
I don't even know

came in for some help,

not even from me,
but from Reverend Camden.

But even if she were
there to see me,

I wouldn't be cheating on you.

I'd just be doing what I do.

And just so
you know,

I'm a fairly monogamous guy.

What does
"fairly monogamous" mean?

Just that you and I are just
getting to know each other,

you know,
and right now

this phase of our relationship,
the boundaries are unclear

because they're undefined and...

I don't know why I said
"fairly monogamous."

Feeling guilty
for flirting with blondie?

No, I'm not feeling guilty

because I wasn't flirting
with anybody.

Feeling a little ridiculous?

I was,

and then I realized
that I'm going out with a guy

who openly admits
to being "fairly monogamous."


Fairly monogamous.

If you don't want
to take me home,

maybe Lucy can take me home.

I think that's a good idea.

I thought we were going out?

I think it's more important
for you to talk to Roxanne.

Could you wait outside?

Lucy will be right there.

It's a great opportunity for
you and Roxanne to bond.

I think she was reaching out
to you.



I can take Roxanne home.

She's too old for you.

Try calling Cecilia's parents

You can do it.

You can and you will.

And when you do,
you're gonna feel great.

What's with you?

She fell off of a horse,
then she got back on again.

You keep saying you've tried
to be friends with Roxanne.

Come on.
Try again.

Get back in the saddle,
my friend.

You'll be glad you did.

So, to summarize...

you lived through a
double bypass,

you're married
to a woman

that you're madly
in love with,

and you have seven
healthy children.

And despite that, I'm having
a hard time feeling grateful.

Oh, because you're angry

at God because
of your bad heart.

And he is also to blame
for your having to share

your work with
a younger minister.

Oh, yeah, something like that.

Well, boo-hoo!

What man your age
isn't facing the same thing?

What man your age doesn't have
to worry about some guy

half his age coming along
and taking over? Duh!

It happens.

If it hadn't happened now,
it would have happened later.

So get over it!

And stop thinking you're any
different than anyone else.

And especially stop thinking
you're worse off

than anyone else
'cause you're not.

No, it's not
as if I think I'm special.


'Cause you're not!
Look, time's up.

What don't you just go back
to work?

Be grateful you
have a family

and a job.

And get back to church
before it's too late

and you lose your job

Hey, how was your night?

It wasn't what
I was expecting.

This therapist I went to see
wasn't exactly


Well, if you want sympathy,
I can give you sympathy.

No, maybe what I need
is to find another career.

Uh, maybe what you need is
to find another therapist.

I did what you asked.

I went to see someone,
and it didn't work, okay?

Well, I-I didn't ask you
to see someone.

I asked you to get some help,

and you obviously didn't get
any help,

so maybe you should see someone
else, someone who will help you.

Someone who will not only help
me, but someone who will make me

do what you want me to do,
and that's not gonna happen.

I tried doing
what you wanted me to do,

and now I'm gonna try
something else.

I tried calling Cecilia

on her cell phone, but evidently
she changed her number

without telling me.

So I tried calling her dad,
and he just hung up on me.

Hm. Oh, Simon,

the right young woman will come
along at the right time.

No offense, Mom, but I think
Cecilia may be the right woman,

and that was kind of insincere.

I don't know
what's wrong with me.

I guess I'm just tired of saying
the same things

over and over again.

You and Cecilia did
take things too fast,

and now you're
paying for it.

But, you know,
you're both young,

you both have plenty of time.

See other people,
and maybe someday

her father will let you see
Cecilia again.

That really wasn't any better.

You've said that
to me before, too.

Yeah, I thought so.

Maybe Chandler's
just not the guy for you.

Maybe Kevin's just
not the guy for you.

What I meant was that if
the nature of Chandler's work

is something
that bothers you,

then why tie yourself
to a relationship

where you're constantly upset
about his counseling women

because he's always gonna
be counseling women?

It's part of the job.

You know something, Lucy?

You annoy me.

You're not comfortable

with the nature of Kevin's job.

You're constantly upset
about him having to ride around

in a car with me all day.

And that's not
gonna change,

and yet you're not gonna
break up with him.

You're gonna marry him.

You have been going out
with Chandler for one week.

One week.

Kevin and I have been going out
for almost a year.

Oh, so you've got too much time
invested in the relationship

to break up with him.

No, I love him.

Well, maybe I love Chandler.

Well, if you love Chandler,

then get back in there
and make up with Chandler!

I can't make up with Chandler,
that's the problem! I can't.

In order to make up
with Chandler,

I'd have to admit that I'm
jealous, and I am not jealous!!

So what are you?

Oh, my God...

I'm you.


I'm a crazy woman
with no self-esteem.

I'm you!

Please, it's
an emergency.

Give me a ride home.

She left.

What happened?

She thinks she's me.

And thinking that she's me
horrifies her, so she left.

I'll just say what I should have
said an hour ago-- good night.

I tried.

How hard did you try?

I was just leaving.

Good night.

Are you okay?

Uh-huh, just have
a little headache.

Can I ask you a question?


I've kept a lot of secrets
in my day. Ask away.

Did you ever get jealous of Eric
and one of the women

he was trying to counsel?

Why do you ask?

Well, I've only been going out
with Roxanne for a week,

and tonight she suddenly
surprised me

when she got jealous
of this woman who stopped in

to say hello to your husband.

What woman?


Wearing something low-cut?

I thought it was odd that Serena
hasn't called or stopped by

since Eric's surgery.

She was just waiting
until he got back to work.

And I thought we were friends.

Of course, we are friends.

Uh, uh, I mean that.

I mean Serena's
a won... wonderful woman.

Just wonderful.

Uh, no, this was a blonde.

A young woman.

And her name wasn't Serena.

But, uh, thanks.

I think you answered
my question.

Good night.

I'm going home.

Evidently, Roxanne
has turned into Lucy,

and if I'm gonna deal
with Lucyness in my life

24 hours a day,
I'm gonna need my rest.

Do you have any advice?

I'll be frank.

I don't care to give you
any advice or anyone else.

Everyone's starting
to get on my nerves,

asking for advice
and then never taking it.

Why even ask?

How do you do it?

Do what?

Have a career

and a relationship
at the same time?

I don't know whether it's me
or my chosen profession,

but I can't seem to make
the two work together.

You think it's easier
being a cop

and being in a relationship
with Lucy?

Definitely not,

which is why I was
asking you how you do it.

Now, I-I want Roxanne.

I mean, I-I want to be
in a relationship with Roxanne.

You know, the grown-up,

peace officer Roxanne

that tried to seduce me
last Sunday.

What happened to that woman?

I told you.

I'm not buying that.

Then you're gonna
have to find her

and have one of those
discussions with her

that's gonna make your
brain bleed halfway into it

because it's not
gonna make any sense.

All she's gonna tell you

is that she feels
like an idiot

for acting like an idiot
and doesn't want

to be in a position
to be an idiot ever again.

And the simple solution
would be for her to just

not act that way ever again.

But if you get into it with her,
she's gonna want you

to change her behavior
by changing the way

you behave,
and that's dangerous territory.

Domestic counseling?


I find that the academy
pretty much trained me for life,

especially life with Lucy.

She may seem difficult
to most people,

but after a day on my job,
she's a piece of cake.

Did you and Roxanne maybe have
a difficult day at work today,

I mean, could that be why
she overreacted?

I don't think you're getting it.

There is no reason.

There is no logic.

It is what it is.
It's nuts.

And the only way out
of it is to blame it

on something that's completely
out of her control.

Give her an excuse;
a free pass to be nuts.



Cecilia, are you here?

Is your dad here?

Why are you yelling?

Well, I didn't want
to scare you.

I haven't turned my keys in
yet so I let myself in.

What do you want?

And it better be worth
getting in trouble for

because I'm going
to be in trouble

when my dad finds out you
came here to see me.

You've been
avoiding me at school.

I can't call you since
you changed your number,

thanks a lot.

I had to see you.

I love you, Cecilia.

I love you, too.

But that doesn't matter.

We made a really stupid
mistake by telling our parents

we wanted to...

I can't even say it.

You know, I've been thinking
about that and...

it might have been stupid,

but it wasn't nearly as stupid
as what we might have done.

We're not ready
to have sex,

and if talking to our parents

kept us from making
a mistake, then fine.

But I have
to see you again.

Simon, you tried talking
to my dad last week

and that got you nowhere.

I hate to see
you treated like that.

So why don't you just
leave us alone for a while?

I can't.

Well, you better!


Look, any guy that goes out

with your daughter
is eventually gonna...

Well, they're at least
going to want to...

Every guy is going
to be just like me,

but a lot less honest.

Well, maybe she just
shouldn't go out at all.

Thanks a lot.

Would it ever occur to
you to just trust me?

It occurred to me.

And then I remembered
that you two came to me

just one week ago
and actually admitted

you were thinking about things
you shouldn't be thinking about.

Well, could we see each other
under your supervision?

I can sit in your living room

with you and Cecilia
and your wife?

Excuse me?

Do I have a say in this,

because I think that's
a really bad idea?

Well, there's your answer. No.

But I was just with her
this afternoon.

Oh, I didn't know.

I guess I could.

Would she want to see me?

Okay, I'll ask my dad.


Good night.

I met this girl
Katelyn today.

She made me get back on Ed
after I fell off.

We went for a ride,
and it was amazing.

She was amazing.

It was the best day of my life.

Really, it was.

Well, best day of my life
outside of my family.

And Katelyn
seemed fine.

But I called today

to say thanks and her mom told
me she had something called CF,

and that she went
to the hospital

tonight and she'd
be out in a couple of days.

What's CF?

Uh, that's, uh,
cystic fibrosis, Ruthie.

It's a disease
that mainly

affects the lungs
and the digestive system.

What would they be doing to
Katelyn in the hospital?

How can they cure it?

Uh, well... they don't
actually cure it,

but there's been some real
progress toward treating it.

There's no cure?

No known cure.

But the research is continuing

and you never know when
someone will discover a cure.

Until then,
the doctors and researchers

are finding better
and better ways

to help people live with CF.

How long can a person
live with it?

The average is probably
somewhere around 30.

But that means
some people with CF

live beyond 30.

And besides, you know,
people aren't numbers.

People aren't statistics.

People are wonderfully

and amazingly adaptive.

I had no idea Katelyn
could be living

with something so serious.

I mean, she's such
a happy person.

Really, you should see her.

Sometimes facing an illness

makes you grateful for all the
moments when you're not ill.

You want to go
see her tomorrow?

I'll take you.

I don't know if I should go.

I don't know if I can be around
her without feeling sad.

I'm afraid.

Afraid of?

You're afraid
you can't see her

or talk to her without crying?


What if I see her and feel
bad for her and cry?

It would just make
her feel bad.

Well, you know

I'm against playing "what if."

What if this happens?
What if that happens?

What is is all
we can deal with.

And what is is...

you had the best day
of your life with a friend

whose living with
cystic fibrosis.

She was there for you
and now she's in the hospital,

and when people we care
about are in the hospital

and they're open to having
visitors, we go see them.

We lift their moods.

We do whatever needs doing.

Can I ask her about it?

Is it okay to talk to her about
this CF and how she feels?

I suggest you take

your cues from Katelyn.

Approach her in a way
that makes her know

that you'd like to
know about CF

'cause you'd
like to be her friend.

You might say
something like, uh...

"Katelyn, I hope you don't
mind that your mom told me

"that you have CF
and then I asked my dad

"to tell me what he
knows about it,

"'cause I had a great day

"and I want to be
a friend to you

"the way you were a friend
to me.

"And I want you to know that
you can tell me anything

"from how you feel
about living with CF

to you don't care
to talk about it."

You're really good
at what you do.

It's too bad you don't
want to do it anymore.

I just wanted to make sure
it was okay

for me to bring Ruthie by.

I think that's a great idea.

Katelyn really hit it off
with Ruthie.

She has a lot of friends,

but sometimes it's easier
to talk with strangers.

You must know that being
a minister and all, right?

Uh, yeah, of course.

It's not that she minds talking
about her situation.

It's just that it's awkward
to bring it up with the girls

she hangs out with because it's
been left unsaid for so long.

It's not necessarily bad either.

It's nice for Katelyn to have
a place in her life

where CF has no part.

How is Katelyn doing today?

She's doing fine.

She had a little infection

and we thought it'd get taken
care of more quickly

with the antibiotics from an IV.

She's walking around here

dragging her IV
and cheering up the sick folks.

She should be out tomorrow
and back at the barn.

According to Ruthie,
Katelyn's quite the horsewoman.

Yeah, she is.

She's a steeplechase jockey,
you know.

A darn good one.

She's downright fearless.

So she's been riding
for a while I take it?

She's always loved horses.

I think it that she has
such a large presence,

my Katelyn, that she needs
something larger

than us mere humans
to hang onto.

But being a man of God, you
probably understand that, too.

Uh, we'll see you later then.

Sure. Thanks.

Hey, were you scheduling
another appointment

with the therapist?

No, I was talking
to Katelyn's dad.

How is she?

She's okay for the moment.

Oh, good, I'm glad.

Are you scheduling another
appointment with the therapist?

I'll think about it.

Don't just think about it,
honey, do it.

I can help you with
the paperwork.

No, thanks.

I need to finish up
our reports.

I want to stay busy.'

Take a break
and give the guy a call.

What guy?

Don't go all girlie on me, okay?

What does that mean?

You want in a relationship?

Well, guess what, sweetie?

A relationship is hard work.

It doesn't just happen.

Make it happen.

And make it
happen before

we get in the car again,
because I'm not going out

with you tomorrow
unless you have

your personal problems
taken care of.

Call him.

Chandler Hampton.

It's Roxanne.

Well, hello, officer.

Glad you called.

I've been thinking about you.

How about we go out
for some dinner tonight?

Dinner sounds great.

Good. I'll pick you up at 7:30.

Uh... are we just
going to ignore

that you're, uh,
fairly monogamous?

I hope so.

Are we going to just ignore
that you're fairly Lucy?

I hope so.

That was pretty weird, huh?

I thought we were
going to ignore it.



She's back?

Uh, yes.

Did you know
she was coming back?


Are you thinking I care?


Well, I do care... about you...

about me, about us.

Is she still there?


Well, I'll let you go
so you can talk to her.

All right.

I'll see you tonight at 7:30.

What about Saturday?

Saturday night
I have plans.

Can I have a rain check?

You can have
whatever you want.

Hey, uh, Camden?

Isn't that your girl who just
walked by with another guy?

Look, she's not mine.
I don't own her, okay?

She's not an object.

She's a person
with her own mind.

I can't tell her what to do
or who to go out with.

So, you guys did break up?

Uh, do you mind...

do you mind if I ask her
out , 'cause she's hot

I mean, guys are going
to ask her out.

It might as well
be me, right?

Yeah, it might as well.

Are you ready to leave?

Yup. Oh, and thanks
for the advice.

Chandler and I
are going out tonight.


So we're back on?


We didn't go out
last night,

so the four of us are gonna
try it again tonight, right?

No, because, frankly,
Lucy's contagious.

You're not gonna try and blame

what happened last night
on Lucy, are you?

Why not?

Because one, it's not right
to blame it on Lucy,

and two, I'm not giving up

on the two of you
becoming friends.

I want you to be friends.

It doesn't have
to be tonight, does it?

Why not tonight?

Because I want to be alone
with Chandler.

It's your second date--
you don't need to be alone.

Not tonight, Kinkirk.
Another night.

Just think about it.



Hey. How was your day?

Like you care.

No, I care.
It's just that usually

I ask you, and you mumble,
"Fine," on your way upstairs.

So, your day was...?

It was bad enough that Cecilia
couldn't go out with me.

Now she won't go out with me,
and she's going out

with other guys again.

she'd rather go out
on real dates

than sit in her living room
with her parents and you?

Simon, you're only 15.

You have plenty of time
to get back with Cecilia.

In the meantime,
just get back out there

and start dating again.

You don't need to be so serious
about one girl at your age.

I should have
just said, "fine."

My day was fine.



he's 16.



I just talked to Kevin.

Roxanne and Chandler are
going out tonight, without us.

Well, you don't really want
to go out with them, do you?

Well, no, but they canceled
on us last night

and ruined our evening,
so they kind of owe us.

No, they don't.

Well, how am I supposed
to be friends with her

if she doesn't want
to be around me?

I don't think you're
going to be friends with her.

Where's Dad?

Why, you think he'll be more
sympathetic to your situation?

He can't be less sympathetic.

You want him to tell you that
you and Roxanne will be friends

when that just might
never happen?

It might not,
but it's not because of me.

Well, your father and Ruthie
went to see her friend Katelyn

who's in the hospital
because she has cystic fibrosis.

Oh, I didn't know.


Oh, will you watch the boys?
I'll get it.

Hey, guys.

Oh, hi.
I'm Dr. Gibson.

I met with your
husband last night.

Oh, well, Eric's not home,
but please come in.

Oh, thank you.

I'll be back.

Ride like the wind.

This is so great.

I love having visitors.

How are you?

I'm fine.

Did you ride Ed today?

I thought I'd give him a break
today and go tomorrow.


I'll meet you at the barn.

So you'll be able
to ride tomorrow?


Riding is good for me,
good for my lungs.

I was surprised to hear
about your having CF.

My dad told me a
little about it,

but I'd like to know more.

Or really, I'd like
to know more about you.

I just don't want to pry.

I mean, we just met
and everything,

and we don't have to
talk about anything

you don't want to talk about.

But I'm a pretty good listener
if you want to try me.

I have good days

and bad days with my CF.

Some days are tough,

and the medical treatments
are a pain in the butt.

But you know what?

I hang through those days,

just so I can enjoy
the good days.

I have plenty of good days.

She was symptomatic
from birth.

She had a lot of lung infections
and poor weight gain,

but she wasn't diagnosed
until age two.

We just have to be
diligent with the meds,

and even then,
we get these

occasional trips
to the hospital.

How about you?

How are you?

When I first found out, I had
a lot of numbness right here.

And when the numbness wore off,

I had extreme pain.

My heart broke
in a million pieces.

But over time,

the pieces got put
back together again,

and I'm stronger than ever.

I realized I don't
have time for pity,

and she doesn't want it.

So I spend my days being
grateful for the opportunity

to know such
an inspiring young woman.

Look at her.

Isn't she great?

Sometimes I get so tired
of everyone complaining

that I can
hardly respond.


You should spend a day
at my office.

I think every third patient
is nothing but lazy.

Uh, uh, not your husband
of course.

I don't know what
I'm going to do with him.

Oh, he's going to be fine.

It's me I'm worried about.

You didn't try to make your
turkey meatloaf again, did you?

Yes, I did,

and it's even worse
than the last time.

Ruthie, this is a friend

of your dad's.

We should let
the guys talk.

Was this Annie's idea?

Nah, I came over to apologize.

Look, I'm really sorry
about last night,

but just before
you walked into my office,

I got my divorce papers
to sign and...

well, I wasn't feeling
too sympathetic toward anyone.

I'm sorry.

About my divorce?

Or-Or this meatloaf?

I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

Please, look, listen,

we should sit down
and talk again.

And this time,
I'm sure I can help you out.

You know, maybe.

The funniest part of the movie
was when you got carded.

Like I don't look 18!

I'm sorry
about Roxanne and me.

But truthfully, maybe
she's just one of those women

who has a hard time
making friends with other women.

Or maybe not.

Hi, it's Roxanne.

Chandler and I
changed our minds.

Why don't you and Lucy
join us at Pete's for dinner?

We're bringing along
that Cheryl woman

who was in his office
and her boyfriend.

You don't have to call,
just show up.


I want to tell Lucy
I'm sorry about last night.


I'll give it a shot. Again.

Hi, guys.
How's it going?

How are you guys?


What's going on?

Good to see you.

Okay, I'm coming.

I think we need
to strike a deal.


What happened?

I met Cecilia's date.

Now, look,

you don't try to do
anything stupid with her again,

and I'll give you your job back.

You're going to let me
date Cecilia again?

Well, that's up to Cecilia.

But if you want
to scrub toilets with her

while you try to win her back...

Uh, thank you.

Thank you! Thank you! Uh...

You know,
you're not such a bad kid,

and you do a nice job
with the toilets.

You won't regret this.

See that I don't.

How's life?


Very sweet.

You fall down,
you get back up again.

So are you going
to ride tomorrow?

You bet.

And if Katelyn's not there?

I'm riding with her in spirit.

I guess it's just
you and me, Ed.

Hey, I thought
you'd never get here.

Let's go. Let's ride.

It's a beautiful day.

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