7th Heaven (1996–2007): Season 9, Episode 12 - Paper or Plastic? - full transcript

I have some business
to take care of,

but I shouldn't be long.

I'll be fine.

You'll be fine as long
as you stay in bed.

The doctor said I could
move around a little,

even go for a short trip.

You heard him;
he said I'd be fine.

I just don't think
it's a good idea.

I can get you anything you want.



Okay, uh, get me

a car seat, a crib,

a diaper service,
a dozen onesies,
a small tub,

some washcloths, towels,

and everything the baby
will need when it gets here

that no one's had the decency
to get me.

Oh, yeah, and I'll also
need a nursing bra.

All right.

You can't get all that!
I have to get it!

Take me shopping.
I, I promise I'll, I'll do it

so quickly, I'll be in
and out, just like that.

While I'm gone,
just make a list.

I'll get it.
What happened

to the bassinet and the crib
and the rocking chair

I sent you out for last week?

They're in the garage;
I'm going to put them together.

Your mom's going
to put them together

when she gets a chance.

I hope they're done
before the baby gets here.

Come on, Kevin, take me
shopping. I'm begging you.

They're things
that we have to have
that we don't have yet.

Things that you know
nothing about.

Things you can't buy,
like the nursing bra.

Just write it down and I'll ask
someone to help me with the bra.

You know, just because
I'm on bed rest

doesn't mean someone couldn't
have thrown me a baby shower.

This sucks.

Hey, not in front
of our daughter.

See you in an
hour or two.



How you doing?

I'm doing okay.
I need to go shopping.

I don't have anything.
No one has given me anything.

Hey, hey, hey, it's okay,
I'll take you shopping.

Long as you have permission from
your doctor to be up and about.

Really? He said I could go out

just for a while, you know,
if I'm careful.

Then we'll be careful.

Oh, thank you, thank you,
thank you!

I haven't been able to get Kevin
or Mom or Dad to take me.

No one will
take me shopping.
They're all afraid

I'm going to go into labor, and
I'm not going to go into labor,

not until I have everything
that I need.

I believe you.

Yeah, but I, I think that

we should slip out the front

before anyone knows we're gone.

Yeah, okay.

I'm so excited
to get out of the house.

Be quiet or we
won't make it.

They're gone!

Oh, nice work!

How much time do we have?

Well, they've been gone
for an hour,

but we told Matt we needed two.

There's just one more

gift I have to get.

Would you like to come with me?

I'd like your opinion.

We'll be right back.

What are you doing?

I'm resting, I hope.

Well, there's still
plenty to be done.

It's a lot of work
for a guy who's not

even invited
to the shower.

You're welcome to come.

No, no, I'll just hang out
in the kitchen.

I'm, I'm very happy
it's for ladies only.

It's an old-fashioned
baby shower.

I'm still gonna need your help.

Fine, happy to help,
not happy to play those games.

We're going down to the park.

We're going to
play baseball.

It'll be fun.

I'll be here,


That doesn't
sound like fun.

Yeah, we'll be back later.
Come on, guys.

There's still some presents
in the trunk of the car

that maybe you could get.

There's more?

Oh, just the stuff
that Mary sent.

Oh, it's such a shame
she can't be here.

This is all from us?

Well, no, it's just stuff
the baby has to have. I mean...

"Has to have"?

Oh, well, okay,
some of the stuff

that I want her to have.

Oh, I'm so looking forward to
having a new baby in the house.

We haven't done all that much
in the way of encouraging Lucy

and Kevin
to find their own home.

Oh, they can't move
because she's on bed rest.

Yeah, but sooner or later,
they have to move.

They'll move.

They have to.

Even if you don't want them to.

And it'll probably
be somewhere close by.

Or maybe we could
build onto our house.

No, we can't.



How about this one?

Thanks a lot.

It's not pink.

Excuse me, do you know where
the little baby blankets are?

Ah, those are upstairs
in the linen department.

I'll be happy to show you
and your husband.

Oh, th-this is
not my husband.

Doesn't really matter, husband,
father, whatever.

Just happy to have you
shopping with us today.

No, no, no, you,
you misunderstood.

This is my brother. Oh, you see,
I'm not wearing my ring

because my hands are swollen,
and I had a huge diamond.

Really, really I do.
I mean,

it's just a little tight
right now.

No, really,
he's my brother.

We're both married.
I'm married. He's married.

Sorry. Here we go.

It's a new elevator.

A little tricky.

There we go.

Next stop,
little baby blankets.

Right this way.

Where is
your wedding ring?

I don't wear one.

Why not?

Sarah and I don't wear
wedding bands at work,

and I forgot to put
it on before I left.

Well, now this guy thinks
that I'm not married

because you're not
wearing your ring.

I... Why don't you and Sarah
wear your wedding rings to work?

She has her reasons.

Some women-in-the-workplace
thing, I don't know.

But we don't care,
we're in love, we're married.

Things are great.
We don't need wedding bands.

Yes, you do.

Here we go.

So, what do you think?

It's great.
Who lives here?


You didn't.

You didn't buy this
house without telling
Lucy, did you?

The way I figure it,
Lucy would never want me
to buy this house.

She wouldn't never want

to spend this much
money on a house.

I didn't want to spend
this much money on a house,

but it's great; plenty of room
for us and the baby,

and as many babies
as we ever want to have.

I'm gonna bring her over here

after the shower
and surprise her.

Are you serious?
She's going to take

one look at this house
and have the baby on the lawn.

So do you think
she'll like it?

Are you kidding?


Lucy always thinks
everyone knows everything

before she does.

She always thinks people are
doing things behind her back

and keeping
secrets from her.

She's going to kill you.

As soon as the baby's out,

she's going to go berserk
and kill you.

Oh, come on. It's a beautiful
house, and she wasn't able

to shop for houses
while she was on bed rest.

And we have to move
and move quickly.

I say she'll love it.

You say it. Say she'll love it.

Please? Please say
she'll love it.

Can you get out of it?

I don't want out of it.

I had to outbid three
other buyers to get it.

This is better than any house
anywhere in Glenoak.

This may be better
than any house in the
state of California.

This may be better than any
house in the United States.

She's still going to kill you.

Maybe you should
get a wedding band

and just wear it
while you're at home.

I could do that,
but I don't want
to do that.

Do you have everything
you need?

Could we look
at some rings?

I'm fine.
We have time.

I just don't want
anyone to get angry

that I kept you
out too long.

I mean, you're just
getting off bed rest.

Just try on the rings.
Do it for me.

Why don't you try on rings?

I already have one.

So do I.


Aw, isn't that sweet?
They're gonna get married.

They'd better do it soon.

She looks as if she can have
that baby at any minute.

All right, well,
Lucy should be here soon.

Oh, Julie, how are you?
So good to see you.

How are Hank and the kids?

Oh, they're fine.
Oh, thanks.

Hank took them to the
zoo for the afternoon.

Well, you know, um,

Sam and David went
to the park with Martin.

I didn't know
you'd be here,

or I'd let Hank come.

No, I'm... I'm not
here technically.

I'm just standing by in case
anyone needs anything.

Oh, did you get the present
for Lucy?

Ruthie doesn't think
she's going to like it.

And I don't think you're
going to like it either.

What is it?

Nothing. I have
to make a phone call.

So, what'd you get her?

A house.


A big house.

Even greater.

Yeah, that's what I thought,
but Ruthie says she'll hate it.

She'll hate that I made
the decision without her,

and now I'm scared.

I'm going to take it back.

Can you do that?

You tell me.

Did they accept the offer?


Have they done
the inspection?

Yep. Nothing wrong
with the house.

That's why we closed
on it last Friday.

Well, maybe Ruthie
doesn't know.

Maybe Lucy will love it.

Do you think so?


Maybe you should act as if
you didn't buy the house.

Show it to Lucy
and make her think

that she's making the decision
with you.

Then make the "offer,"
and then "buy" the house.

Start out our new life
in a new house with a lie?

You want us
to move out

as badly as I do, don't you?

Does Annie feel the same way?


I'd better make a call.

Great. Battery's dead.

The dead battery--
maybe that's a sign from God.

Or maybe it's just
a dead battery.

I'm gonna call the realtor.

It's not that easy to
find a house right now.

If you really
like this house,

I mean, of course
you like it, you bought it.

It's yours.

I'm ready to go.
Just buy it.

It doesn't fit.

Well, I'll buy it
for you.

That's okay, I really
don't want the ring.

You can wear it out,
just like that.

All we need is the
little scanner tag.

See, no problem.

Thanks, but I already
have a ring at home.

Whatever you say.

Customer's always right.


I'll get it off.

No, bigger uh-oh.


You're not supposed
to say that.

You're a doctor.

We have to go to the hospital--
right now.

Okay... okay...


Okay. It's okay,
all right?

Here we go.


Okay, okay.

Okay, just stay calm, Luce.

I am calm.

I'm happy the baby's coming.

Yeah, the baby's coming.

Okay, just, just stay calm.

The elevator did this before.

The door will open.



Help yourselves.

You know, there's
plenty of food.

Um, we sent Lucy out
to surprise her

and surprise, she's
late getting back.

She should be here,
you know, any minute.

How long has
she been gone?

A couple hours--
or more.

She's been on bed rest
for a while.

I hope she's okay.
I'm sure she's fine.

She's in good hands.
She's with Matt.

So, I'm just gonna go,
you know, out and see

what happened to Ruthie.
Okay, so...

Please, there has
to be a way.

What if I
can't sell it?

What's going on?

Kevin's just trying

to return Lucy's gift.

Why? Why is he returning a gift,

and why, by the way,
wouldn't I like it?

What is it?

Yes, I know that.

I know that, but surely

um, returned a gift
like this before.

Oh, is it jewelry?

Oh, he didn't buy jewelry
for the baby, did he?

Oh, I do not like
baby jewelry,

especially not expensive
baby jewelry. Ugh.

I just think she's going to
like it, and if she doesn't...

Lucy does not like baby jewelry.

It's not baby jewelry.

It's for Lucy and the baby.

And for us, really.

It's, it's for the whole family.

You didn't do

something stupid like going out
and buying a house

that Lucy's never even
set foot in, did you?


Well, then
take it back.

After the baby gets here,

then you and Lucy can go
house shopping, you know,

and find yourselves
a nice place together...

while I babysit.

Yeah, I'll hold.

Did you tell him to buy a house?


Take it back!

Your gloves
are too small.

outgrown them.

But we're tired.

We don't want
to play anymore today.

Yeah, you do; you're
just getting warmed up.

We're burned up.

Our hands can't
do it anymore,

even with new gloves.

Tough it out, okay?

You're never gonna get anywhere
with that kind of attitude.

It's a man's game.
Be men, be strong.

But we're not men yet.

Maybe we shouldn't
play man's game.

We're five.

And we're hungry.

Could we have something
to eat, please?

Do they have hot dogs in here?

Uh, I think so.

Come on, we'll go eat,

we'll get new gloves, then
we'll go back to the park.

This isn't good.

Look, there's still plenty
of time to get to the hospital.

I've got an electrician
on the way.

A what?

It's an electrical problem.

Oh no, it-it's more than
an electrical problem.

The baby's coming.

Oh, I'll, I'll have
you out in no time.

Forget the electricians.
Call an ambulance.

An ambulance?

An ambulance?

We might have a situation here

where an ambulance
would be helpful.

In case

we have to get
to the hospital quickly.

You said we still have time.

The contractions are still...

Breathe, breathe,
it's okay, just breathe.

Keep breathing.
That's it.

You're doing fine.

Call an ambulance,
would you?

I don't want to ride to the
hospital in an ambulance.

Okay, we'll just
see how it goes.

But I don't want to go to
the hospital in an ambulance.

I hate ambulances!

It's creepy.

I want to go to the hospital
in a car,

with my husband.

Get Kevin.

There's a little problem
getting a signal here,

which is why I didn't
call for an ambulance,

but-but I'm sure they're gonna
have the doors open any minute,

and we'll call Kevin.

It's gonna be fine.

Why is it that every time I'm
with you, the baby wants out?

I got you to the hospital
last time,

I'm going to get you
to the hospital this time.


I said, promise?

I promise I'm going
to try my very best.


Breathe, breathe.

That's it.

Sorry, you're gonna have
to use the escalator.

We're having trouble
with that right now.

Oh, no problem.

Is the baby stuff still
on the second floor?

No, no, it's just
around the corner.


Hi, guys.

Hi, Mac.

What are you doing here?

I came to get a gift
for Lucy's shower.

I'm not going, but I
thought I'd get her a gift.

Actually, my mom suggested
I get her a gift,

since I eat at the Camdens'
about three nights a week now.

Am I supposed to get
her a gift, too?

I mean, we weren't
invited to the shower.

I was going to wait
till the baby got here.

I don't know anything
about this stuff.

I guess you could get her a gift
if you wanted to.

Then you don't have to buy the
baby a gift when she gets here.

You're sure that's how it works?

Um, no.

I want to get
Lucy a gift.
Me, too.

We were at the park
playing baseball.

Their gloves are too small.

And our hands
are too tired.

We don't want
to play anymore.

I told them to buck up--
it's baseball.

I'd rather go shopping
for a baby gift.

I'd rather go
shopping, too.
I like to shop.

Maybe they might be a little
too young for bucking up.

All right, I guess
we'll go shopping.

Might as well,
we're here.

How are you doing?


Uh, we called for an ambulance.
Should be here any minute.

Look, could you
do me a favor?

Could you call
a few people for us?

I have a cell,
but I can't get a signal.

No problem.

All right.

This is our...
our parents' number.


That's Kevin's number.

Call him and tell him
to meet me here, but...

but-but don't tell him
I'm having the baby.

I mean, he tends
to pass out easily.
Here you go.

All right, I'm on my way.

So, you're really the brother?

Yes, I'm really the brother.

And I'm really
married to Kevin.

So what if they can't get
the elevator doors open

when the ambulance
gets here?

I mean, how are you going
to get me to the hospital

if you can't get out of here
to get into the ambulance?

I mean, did you ever
think about that?


Breathe. Breathe.


Is anything wrong?

Oh, no, no,
we're just

waiting for Lucy.

She and Matt must be
buying a lot of things.

Lucy doesn't know
about the shower,

so Matt's probably having
a hard time getting her home.

Still, shouldn't they
be back by now?

They should be,
but they're not,

but they will be.

Where's everyone else?

They're taking care

of a little problem--

a last-minute gift from Kevin.

What is it?

I'm not sure.

I don't know, really.

They didn't tell me, honest.

I bet I know.

It's a house, isn't it?

Is it a house?

Is it?

Kevin wouldn't buy her a house

as a surprise, would he?

I think he would.
He's handsome.

What does that have to do
with buying a house?

Nothing. I was
just saying.


Excuse me.

I wonder whose house
he could have bought.

You-you don't
really need me here.

You're not going to see
the house before Lucy sees it.

Ruthie's seen it.

It's a really big house.

Really big... with a pool.

Oh, well, you can't have
a pool with a baby.

It has a fence around it.

Oh, a fenced-in pool.

With a spa, and you should see
the rose gardens in the back.


Yeah, it's me.

I'm just going to go with Kevin
and take a look.

Oh, not without me.

You've got a room full of women

waiting to have a baby shower.

You can't leave.

I have to go.

Hank and the kids got
kicked out of the zoo.

Evidently, Erica

threw a piece of fried chicken
in the monkey cage.

The monkey choked on it.

I mean, it's a long story.

I'm so sorry.

I hope, I hope Lucy
likes her gift. Bye.

Okay, bye-bye.

Come on.

Let's just run over
and go see the house.

Oh, we can't.

Lucy and Matt,
they'll be back any minute.

Okay, one of the
other buyers

who's interested in the house
still wants the house,

but he doesn't want
to pay what I'm paying

and the owner still
wants his money.

What does that mean?

It means I'm out $25,000
unless I keep the house.

Where is the house?
It's only two miles away,

practically walking distance.
Okay, quick look.

Ruthie, you stay here.

Don't let Lucy in.

No, I want to see you
see the house.

There's plenty of food
in the living room,

plus we can call Matt
from the car

and tell him to delay
another ten minutes.

They're already late.

Oh, this is so rude of me.

Let's go.

Babies like these, right?

I like them.

I like them better
than baseball gloves.

And if Lucy doesn't like
them, we could keep them.

Are you sure?

Sure, mom will let us have them

so we won't be jealous
about the baby.

I'm not jealous.

Me, neither.

What's the difference between
"infant" and "newborn"?

You're asking
the wrong guy.

What age do babies
wear shoes?

I like the shoes.

I think they just wear socks
to start with.

Why would they wear socks
if they don't wear shoes?


Maybe I'll get a teddy bear.

The baby will grow
out of the clothes.

She could keep
a teddy bear for longer.

Can a baby play
with a teddy bear?

Right, maybe
it's too soon.

I think I'll go
with a blanket.

All babies need
blankets, right?

You don't think
she has a blanket already?

I have no idea.

She probably
already has everything.

We have to think
outside the box.

Can you believe it?

She's gone into labor
in an elevator.

It's a nightmare.

Oh, it'll be fine.

Women used to have babies
at home all the time.

This isn't exactly home.

Ex-Excuse me.
- What do you recommend

for a baby shower gift?

Our friend
is having a girl.

Oh, I don't know.

There are so many things
to choose from.

What do you
think, Mother?

I want to get her
something practical.

Does she have a breast pump?

I don't think
he meant that practical.

Mother, just...

There's a small problem.
I can't get Kevin on the phone.

I tried his cell,
then I tried

your parents' house.
No one's answering.

Someone has to be there.
They're having a baby shower.

For who?

Oh, geez, it was supposed
to be a surprise.

Oh, a surprise baby shower?

Any update on the ambulance?

I hear sirens.


Great? How are we going
to get out of here?

Where's the electricians?

Oh, yeah, the electricians. I
was so busy calling Kevin, I...

I got another contraction!

Get the EMTs in here;
I'm gonna need some stuff.

Breathe, Luce.

You're going to
be fine, okay?

It's gonna be fine.

Ooh, God.

Well, this is the strangest
baby shower I've ever been to.

No mom.

Uh, but the
food's great.

At least there aren't any games.

What kind of games?

Guess how big the momma is.

Baby word search.

Baby food taste test.

I think we should
answer it this time.

I don't know.
It's not our house.

Technically, it is.
It's the parsonage.

Answer it.

Hello, this is
the Camden residence.



Oh. Well,
they're not here.

Okay, we'll try to find them.

Lucy's in labor
at the baby department store.

She's stuck in an elevator.
An ambulance is on the way.

We have to find Kevin
and the Camdens.

How are we going to do that?

Sorry we were gone so long.

You don't have to leave.

These meatballs
are all dried up.

Lucy's stuck in the baby
department store elevator,

and she's having the baby!

It must be the woman
having the baby.

I bet it's Lucy.

Yeah, I bet it's Lucy, too.

Could it be?

Lucy... what...?

Excuse me!
Guys, come on.

Excuse me, coming through.
Excuse me.

Sorry, sorry. Excuse me.
I'm sorry. Excuse me.

That's not Lucy Kinkirk
in there, is it?

Lucy Kinkirk?

Are you Kevin?

No, I'm Martin.

Is it her?

Is it Lucy?

We're her brothers.

She says the guy in there
with her is her brother.

Matt's in there with her?

Yeah, that's his name.

This is ridiculous.

I can't wait much longer.

The baby's coming,
I can feel it coming.

Just try
to hold on, Luce.

I think they've
almost got the doors.

We'll try to get you
to the hospital.

I'm not going
to make it.

Oh, Kevin,
where are you?

I'm right here, Luce.

You'd better not be looking
at my wife.

Uh, Kevin, I'm a doctor.

You're her brother.

But I'm a doctor.

I hope that doesn't mean

what I think it means.

Kevin, the baby's coming.
The baby's coming.

Okay, it's me or one
of these two strangers.

Oh, let's go with Matt.

I can do it.


Honey, no, you can't.

I can. I've had training.

I'm a police officer
and I'm your husband

and I'm about to be a father.

I'm delivering the baby.

All right.
We'll talk you through it.

Kevin, no, please!

Just stay here
right where I need you


You're just afraid
I'll pass out.

Don't you think
I can deliver the baby?

I don't think so, Kevin.

I can do it.

Oh, God in Heaven,
please help me.

Excuse me!

Excuse me! I'm sorry! Sorry!
Coming through! Coming through!

- Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry.
- Grandparents!

Coming through!
Sorry, sorry, sorry.

Grandparents coming through.
Aunt coming through!

- Grandparents!
- Grandparents coming through!

How did you know?

I didn't,
and neither did Mac.

We just ended up here.

Well, is she okay?

According to her doctor,
she's doing fine.

Shouldn't be long now.

Is it her doctor or her brother?

Well, her doctor
is her brother.

I mean, her brother
is a doctor almost.

What do you mean

He's not like a vet
or something?

He's in med school.

The EMTs are in there.
It'll be fine.

- Excuse me.
- Mom! Dad!

What are you doing here?

I drove down for the shower.

I stopped to get a gift.
What's going on?

Lucy's stuck
in the elevator.

She's having the baby.

We sent her here

with Matt so that
we could surprise her
with a baby shower.

You're kidding! That's great!

It's not great.

Your sister's having a baby
in a department store elevator.

Yeah, but still...

It's pretty cool.

Matt's delivering the baby?

There's a whole crowd in there.

Matt and Kevin
and a couple EMTs.

We can't go in there, can we?


Come on. Get the door open.

They'll be fine, but guys,
we should wedge it open.

Quiet down!

The baby!

The baby's here!

The baby is here, and I helped!


And I didn't pass out!


We're really sorry
about this.

Glad everything turned out okay,

but I'm sorry
about the elevator.

We'll see that Lucy has

everything she needs.

Anything she wants
from the store is hers.

Oh, oh, thank you.

I think we got it.

Should we open
the door?

All right, everyone,
clear a path.

Gotta get a gurney in there.

Make way
for the new family.

All righty, Camdens,
the new mom says she's ready.

All right,
we're ready.

- Aw...

Here she is.

Isn't she beautiful?


Well, I guess
the shower's over.

It's time for us to go.

Yeah, we should
go home.

We can't just leave
everything for the Camdens

to come home
and clean up.

We'll stay and clean up.

We'll all clean up.

Let's do it.

Maybe we should do

a little rearranging.

I don't know.

Would the Camdens
mind that?

It's our parsonage.

And we'd just be helping out.

You know, I haven't seen
that garage apartment.

Lucy says there's
not enough room for
the baby up there.

Must be pretty small.

Are we ready to go?

I'm ready.
Are you okay?

Yeah, I'm fine.

Thanks, son.

Nice going.

Congratulations, Dad.

Thanks. Thanks
for everything.

You did great.

So, what are you gonna name her?


The baby has
to have a name.

Well, everyone in our family
has a name from the Bible,

and while we thought
about carrying

on the tradition,
we decided to name her

after the place
where we spent our honeymoon.

Wait. Jekyll?
Like Jekyll Island?

We didn't go to Jekyll Island.

Where'd you go?

We rented a house

on the beach in Savannah.

And it was
beautiful there,

and it was
a very special time

and a very special place for us.

So, this is Savannah.

Savannah Kinkirk.


All right, well,

we've got to get Lucy

and Savannah
to the hospital.

Let's roll.

I love you, Grandma.

Oh, I love you, Grandpa.

Love you, Uncle.
Love you, Uncle.

I never realized what I was
missing until this family.

Kind of makes you
want to get married

and have a bunch of kids,
doesn't it?

Maybe I'll marry a girl with a
bunch of brothers and sisters.

Who knows?
Maybe someday you will.

Maybe you will.

Are you aware that the house
has been completely rearranged?

Yeah, evidently,
Martin won the lotto.

His things are in
the garage apartment.

Really? Is he ready
for his own apartment?

Apparently, he is.

Our wonderful little church
ladies not only cleaned up

the house, but, uh, they took
the liberty of moving things

around the way they think
will work best for us.

And according to them,

it's all temporary anyway,
you know,

just until Kevin talks Lucy
into moving into the new house,

which Kevin hasn't told Lucy
about yet.

So, here's
the game plan.

Kevin and Lucy will

stay in Simon's room, and you
know, since the doors slide

open to the boys' room, they've
put the baby's things in there.

And, uh, Sam
and David are in

what I still think of
as Mary and Lucy's room,

but then Ruthie's room,
and then your room

and then Martin's room.

And I guess when Simon's home,

he and Martin will share
the garage apartment.

Did they mention
where I should sleep?

Well, well, they think
you should be in New York

with your wife before
your marriage falls apart.

Yeah, but for tonight?

Oh, for tonight, the couch.

Fine. I'm exhausted.
I can sleep anywhere.

Wait. I just want
to tell you something.

You don't have to do that,
it's okay.

No, it's not okay, You don't
know what I'm gonna say.

Yeah, I do.

I want to tell you...

I'm proud of you.

Ah, you already said that.

I'm proud of you
not just 'cause you're smart.

You're gonna make
a great doctor,

but because you're
a wonderful son

and you're a kind

and considerate man, and I just
admire you for everything

you've accomplished
and for who you are.

Oh, stop it.

How could I be anything
but perfect

with you and Mom as my parents?


I'll be on the couch
if you need me.


You stink like a cigar,

and you're not supposed
to be smoking,

especially when you have
a heart condition. 'Night.

That's my boy.

I love you.

I love you, too,
and I love her.

Isn't she beautiful?

She is.

She's beautiful.

I have to tell
you something.

Is it about the house?

The realtor's married
to one of the EMT guys

who was in the elevator.

So you know?

Your family thinks
I did the wrong thing,

that I should have waited
until you saw it with me.

I tried to take it back.

Can you take back
a house?


I know the house.

It's beautiful.

We can sell it.
We don't have to keep it.

And I want to keep it.

I don't think your mom's
quite ready for us to move.

So we take our time.

Maybe in a couple of months
when we think that we can handle

this little girl
all on our own.

We love you, Savannah.

We love you.