Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989–1993): Season 2, Episode 10 - Don't Let the Turkeys Get You Down - full transcript

Vinnie is depressed when he learns that Janine's parents offered her a car if she would break up with him. Katherine's parents come to visit for Thanksgiving which causes tension with David who never felt they accepted him as their son-in-law.

(French accent) Ah,
cherie. You have arrived.

Pour vous.

You look stunning.

Come into my chambers.

Martini? Or would
you prefer something

more... intimate? (snorts)

- WHAT IS THIS?
- Vinnie: THIS...

IS THE NEXT BIG BREAKTHROUGH
IN HOME ENTERTAINMENT.

I'M OFFERING MYSELF
AS A VIDEO ESCORT

FOR LONELY WOMEN EVERYWHERE.

I FIGURE IT'LL RETAIL FOR 19.95.



Come and sit
next to me, darling.

Your hair is perfection.

- Rumaki?
- RUMAKI! IS THAT
CLASS OR WHAT?

I labored all day
and night on this.

Nobody chews chicken
liver quite like you.

SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

WELL, OF ALL YOUR STUPID GET-RICH-QUICK
IDEAS, IT'S PROBABLY THE MOST CREATIVE.

FACE IT... I'M A DREAM DATE.

I'M PERSONABLE,
PEOPLE WARM TO ME,

THE CAMERA LOVES ME,
AND AMERICA WILL TOO.

NOT EVERYBODY
WARMS TO YOU, VINNIE.

- WHAT'S THAT SUPPOSED TO MEAN?
- MAYBE WE SHOULD TALK
ABOUT THIS LATER.

HEY. HEY, WE HAVE
NO SECRETS HERE.

VINNIE, WE HAVE TO FACE FACTS.



MY PARENTS KIND OF HATE YOU.

AW, C... YOU'RE EXAGGERATING!

VINNIE, THIS MORNING THEY
OFFERED TO BUY ME A VOLKSWAGEN

IF I'D BREAK UP WITH YOU.

- ARE YOU SERIOUS?
- YEAH, THEY EVEN
GAVE ME THE BROCHURE.

- Wanda: OH, A JETTA.
- UH-HUH.

I DON'T BELIEVE IT.

THAT IS THE MOST DISGUSTING
THING I'VE EVER SEEN.

HOW SHALLOW DO THEY THINK YOU ARE
THAT YOU CAN JUST BE BOUGHT OFF LIKE THAT?

WITH A CAR!

WELL, I TRUST YOU
TOLD THEM WHAT FOR.

ACTUALLY, I TOLD THEM
I WANTED A SUN ROOF.

(theme music playing)

DAVID, I JUST WANT
YOU TO REMEMBER

THAT I LOVE YOU, AND
NOTHING'S GONNA CHANGE THAT.

MM-HMM.

WE'LL GET THROUGH IT TOGETHER.

(wry chuckle)

WE'VE BEEN THROUGH
TOUGHER THINGS THAN THIS.

(doorbell rings)

(exhales)

(knock at door)

- READY?
- (exhales)

(doorbell rings)

- HI, IRENE.
- DAVID!

- WELL, WELL.
- MOM! HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

- WELL, BABY GIRL.
- DAD!

DOOGIE? KATHERINE, HE'S A MAN!

- HI, GRANDMA.
- OH, HE'S GOT A MAN'S
VOICE AND EVERYTHING.

OH, STOP IT, IRENE. YOU'RE
EMBARRASSING THE BOY.

- HOW ARE YOU, BIG FELLA?
- HI, GRANDPA.

WHAT'S THAT I SEE? IS THAT
A WHISKER I SEE THERE?

MMM. (chuckling)

- WELL, DAVID.
- HI, DON.

HUH! OH! LITTLE SLOW.

- DAVID?
- UH, I'LL... I'LL GO
GET THE BAGS.

YES, DO.

YEAH, BE CAREFUL. DON'T
STRAIN YOURSELF, DAVID.

BACKS CAN BE TRICKY AT OUR AGE.

Mrs. Howser: “DIS”?
THAT'S NOT A WORD.

- SURE, IT IS.
- Doogie: IT'S SLANG, MOM.

HERE. I'LL USE IT IN A SENTENCE.

UM, “MY GIRLFRIEND DISSED ME

WHEN SHE DUMPED ME FOR A CAR.”

JUST AN EXAMPLE.

I SEE A PATTERN HERE:
“DIS,” “DUMPED,” “JILTED,”

AND YOUR TRIPLE-WORD
SCORE, “SCREWED.”

WHAT CAN I SAY? THE
LETTERS JUST FELL INTO PLACE.

(door banging)

THIS DOOR HUNG EVEN?

WELL, EITHER THAT OR THIS HOUSE
HAS SLIPPED OFF ITS FOUNDATION.

OH, YOU KNOW HOW DON IS, DAVID.

CONTRACTORS ALWAYS
CRITICIZE OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES.

THIS ONE SEEMS TO
BE ESPECIALLY FLAWED.

DAD, IT'S YOUR TURN.

OH.

LET'S SEE HERE.

WHAT'S THIS? “DEFLAGRATE”?

- ARE WE ALLOWING
MEDICAL WORDS NOW?
- I THINK YOU'LL FIND

THAT “DEFLAGRATE” IS A PART OF
EVERYDAY PEDESTRIAN LANGUAGE.

OOH, WELL. YOU HEAR THAT, IRENE?
THAT'S PART OF EVERYDAY LANGUAGE.

JUST YOUR REGULAR OLD SEVEN-SYLLABLE
WORD FOR THE MAN ON THE STREET.

(chuckling) WELL, IT
MUST BE WONDERFUL

LIVING WITH A
WALKING DICTIONARY.

“ICED.” GOOD WORD, DAD.

- IT'S NO “DEFLAGRATE.”
- WELL,

THAT'S 18 POINTS.

YOUR TURN, VINNIE.

IS “VIXEN” A WORD, OR
IS IT JUST A REINDEER?

VINNIE, YOU'RE GONNA
HAVE TO SHAKE THIS OFF.

I CAN'T HELP IT. I'M RIGHT
ABOUT THIS, AREN'T I?

I MEAN, JANINE IS
SHOWING NO BACKBONE.

WELL, A NEW CAR IS
A PRETTY BIG PRIZE

TO DANGLE IN FRONT
OF A 17-YEAR-OLD GIRL.

PERSONALLY, I DON'T THINK
IT'S FAIR OF JANINE'S PARENTS

TO MAKE HER CHOOSE BETWEEN
THEM AND HER BOYFRIEND.

WHEN YOU SEE YOUR KID TAKING THE
WRONG PATH, YOU HAVE TO SET 'EM STRAIGHT.

AND THEN COMES THE DAY
THAT YOU HAVE TO LET 'EM GO,

AND PART OF BEING A GOOD
PARENT IS RESPECTING THEIR WISHES.

“WISHES”? A GIRL OF 20
DOESN'T KNOW WHAT SHE WANTS.

ACTUALLY, SHE'S 17,
BUT LET'S NOT PICK NITS.

Don: IT'S A WHOLE
DIFFERENT BALL GAME

WHEN YOU HAVE A
DAUGHTER, MISTER.

THERE'S A WORLD OF PEOPLE OUT THERE
WANTING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF HER.

TAKE ADVANTAGE? BY OFFERING HER A
STABLE HOME AND A HAPPY MARRIAGE?!

- MARRIAGE? BACK UP A MINUTE.
- I DON'T APPRECIATE YOU
RAISING YOUR VOICE TO ME.

WELL, I'VE NEVER FOUND
ANOTHER WAY TO MAKE YOU LISTEN.

- WELL, IT'S NOT GONNA
HAPPEN NOW, BUSTER.
- (groaning)

IRENE...

(door shuts)

WHOA.

CAN'T BELIEVE YOUR FAMILY GOT
THAT UPSET ABOUT ME AND JANINE.

DAD, I KNOW THAT YOU AND GRANDPA
HAVE NEVER BEEN BEST OF FRIENDS,

BUT WHAT IS GOING
ON BETWEEN YOU TWO?

- ASK YOUR MOTHER.
- (exhales sharply)

MOM, OBVIOUSLY THAT FIGHT
WASN'T ABOUT VINNIE AND JANINE.

YOU CAN TELL ME WHAT'S GOING ON.

(sighs)

WELL, WHEN DAD
AND I STARTED DATING,

YOUR GRANDFATHER HAD A
REAL HARD TIME ACCEPTING IT.

HE JUST FELT... YOUR
FATHER WAS TOO OLD FOR ME.

HE'S NOT THAT MUCH OLDER.

WHEN YOU'RE 20

AND YOU BRING HOME
A 35-YEAR-OLD MAN,

IT SEEMS LIKE A WHOLE LOT OLDER.

SO WHAT HAPPENED?

WELL, A LOT OF ARGUMENTS.

GRANDPA TRIED TO STOP
ME FROM SEEING HIM.

THEN HE THREATENED NOT
TO COME TO THE WEDDING.

WE ENDED UP ELOPING.

BUT YOU SAID YOU HAD
A SMALL FAMILY WEDDING.

OH, WE DID.

JUST ME AND YOUR FATHER.

(sighs) GREAT.

THIS IS WHAT OUR THANKSGIVINGS ARE
GONNA BE LIKE FOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES.

DOOGIE, LET'S JUST TRY AND
MAKE THE BEST OF IT, HMM?

DR. H., HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

- SHH!
- OOH. HIDE AND SEEK?

- WHO'S “IT”?
- I AM, VINCENT,

AND WITH ANY LUCK,
NO ONE WILL FIND ME.

OHH, I GET IT.

- YOU'RE HIDING FROM DEMON DON.
- (chuckling)

TOUGH BREAK, DR. H. TWENTY YEARS,
AND THE OLD MAN STILL HATES YOU.

SO WHAT IF YOU'RE A FEW
YEARS OLDER THAN MRS. H.?

I GOT TO ADMIT, THOUGH, I WAS A
LITTLE SHOCKED WHEN I HEARD IT WAS 15.

THAT'D BE LIKE ME
DATING A TWO-YEAR-OLD.

- (sighs)
- YOU REALLY DID ROB
THE CRADLE, DIDN'T YOU?

VINCENT, HOW DO YOU
GET SO WELL INFORMED?

DOOGIE. HE TELLS ME EVERYTHING.

IT'S NOT LIKE I WANT TO KNOW.
THE KID'S A BLABBERMOUTH.

AIN'T YOU AND I A PAIR?

OUTCASTS, PARIAHS, THE
BLACK SHEEP OF BRENTWOOD.

I KNOW YOU'RE MY
SON'S BEST FRIEND,

BUT I DON'T WISH
TO DISCUSS THIS.

I CAN APPRECIATE THAT.

BUT LET ME JUST SAY ONE THING.

WHY HAVEN'T YOU JUST TOLD
THE GUY TO EAT DIRT AND DIE?

(chuckles) BECAUSE WHEN
YOU MARRY A WOMAN,

YOU ALSO MARRY HER FAMILY.

IT IS ONE OF THE
HORRIBLE FACTS OF LIFE...

LIKE LOSING YOUR HAIR.

YEAH, BUT AT LEAST
MRS. H. CHOSE YOU.

MY BELOVED IS CURRENTLY
CHOOSING BETWEEN

METALLIC BLUE AND
CANDY-APPLE RED.

- THE NERVE!
- SHH, SHH.

I MEAN, I'M POLITE. I BATHE.

I DON'T PICK MY TEETH IN PUBLIC. WHAT
DO I GOT TO DO TO BECOME ACCEPTED?

VINCENT, YOU MUSN'T THINK IN
TERMS OF PLEASING OTHER PEOPLE.

WHAT JANINE'S PARENTS DID

IS TERRIBLE PARENTING,

AND THAT'S THEIR PROBLEM,

NOT YOUR PROBLEM.

THERE'S SOMETHING IN THAT.
I MEAN, I'M A GOOD CATCH.

ANY PARENT SHOULD BE THRILLED THAT
I'M HANGING AROUND THEIR DAUGHTER.

RIGHT? DR. H.?

THERE YOU GO AGAIN, VINCENT.

LOOKING TO OTHER PEOPLE FOR APPROVAL.
WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE WHAT I THINK?

OH, RIGHT!

I SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING.
I'M OKAY, YOU'RE OKAY,

AND EVERYONE ELSE
CAN JUST STICK IT.

YEAH.

YEAH.

- HI, MOM.
- HI.

TABLE LOOKS GOOD.

LOOK, I'M GONNA GO IN FOR A COUPLE
HOURS. I'LL SEE YOU GUYS LATER ON.

- DOOGIE, IT'S THANKSGIVING.
- I KNOW, BUT...

CANFIELD PRACTICALLY GOT
DOWN ON HIS KNEES AND BEGGED,

AND EVERYONE ELSE
HAS FAMILIES AND STUFF...

AND YOU DON'T?

NO, I... I DON'T WANT
TO GET INTO THIS.

WELL, I'M GETTING INTO IT NOW.
IT'S DAD AND GRANDPA, ISN'T IT?

YEAH. EVERY YEAR
IT'S EXACTLY THE SAME...

DAD AND GRANDPA START THE MEAL BY ARGUING
ABOUT THE BEST WAY TO CARVE A TURKEY,

AND WE END UP
CHOKING DOWN OUR FOOD.

THERE'A MASS
OUTBREAK OF INDIGESTION.

IT'S NOT MY IDEA
OF A GREAT HOLIDAY.

I'M SORRY IF THAT UPSETS
YOU, BUT THAT'S THE WAY I FEEL.

SEE YOU LATER.

BYE, GRANDPA.

WHERE'S THE KID GOING?

- HE'S GOING TO WORK.
- WORK, ON THANKSGIVING DAY?

THAT'S SOMETHING
DAVID PUT INTO HIS HEAD.

PART OF THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH, I
SUPPOSE... WORK BEFORE FAMILY.

THIS IS NOT DAVID'S
FAULT. IT'S YOUR FAULT.

EVERY TIME YOU COME HERE,
YOU DISRUPT THIS FAMILY.

IT'S ONE THING TO PUNISH ME
FOR 20 YEARS. I CAN TOLERATE THAT.

BUT WHEN I SEE YOU DRIVING
MY SON OUT OF THE HOUSE,

THAT'S SOMETHING
I CAN'T TOLERATE.

KATHERINE, YOU'RE MAKING
TOO MUCH OUT OF THIS.

NO, I'M MAKING IT
EXACTLY WHAT IT IS.

OH, I KNOW YOU'VE GOT A HUNDRED
PETTY REASONS FOR REJECTING DAVID.

BUT YOU SHOULD NEED ONLY
ONE REASON FOR ACCEPTING HIM,

AND THAT'S... THAT I LOVE HIM.

- KATHERINE...
- THERE'S NOTHING LEFT TO SAY, DAD.

EITHER YOU ACCEPT DAVID

AS MY HUSBAND,

OR DON'T COME HERE ANYMORE.

- IS THERE ANY PAIN HERE?
- MMM.

HERE?

NO, IT JUST FEELS LIKE I
GOT TO GO ALL THE TIME,

AND I CAN'T.

- THINK IT COULD BE
A KIDNEY STONE?
- NO, NO WAY.

- GRANDPA...
- I PASSED A STONE ONCE.

- GRANDPA, PLEASE...
- WAIT, LET THE MAN TALK.

HE'S BEEN THERE.
WHAT'S IT FEEL LIKE?

- IT'S A LIVING HELL.
- (groans)

GRANDPA, WHAT
ARE YOU DOING HERE?

WELL, CAN'T I WATCH MY OWN
GRANDSON AT WORK? THIS IS MY GRANDSON.

HE'S A GENIUS.

JUST RELAX UNTIL WE
GET THE X-RAY RESULTS.

I'M PRETTY SURE IT'S
NOTHING SERIOUS.

HOW'S EVERYTHING
ELSE? YOU REGULAR?

GRANDPA, HOW ABOUT
A CUP OF COFFEE?

I LIKE THE WAY YOU
HANDLED THAT GUY.

YOU'VE GOT A GREAT, UH,
WHATCHAMACALLIT... BEDSIDE MANNER.

YEAH, WELL, DAD ALWAYS
SAID THERE'S A FINE BALANCE

BETWEEN SHOWING SOME
CONCERN AND TOO MUCH CONCERN.

BET HE BLEW OUT A FEW BRAIN
CELLS THINKING THAT ONE UP.

GRANDPA, WHAT ARE
YOU REALLY DOING HERE?

AH, YOUR MOTHER THREW
ONE OF HER TANTRUMS.

SO, WHAT DO YOU DO NOW?

HANG AROUND TILL THE
NEXT VICTIM SHOWS UP?

YEAH, BUT IT WON'T TAKE LONG.
HOLIDAYS ARE OUR BUSIEST TIME.

WHAT, PEOPLE HAVE NOTHING BETTER
TO DO THAN GET SICK ON HOLIDAYS?

WELL, IT'S A VERY
STRESSFUL TIME OF YEAR.

THERE'S A LOT OF DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE, SUICIDE ATTEMPTS,

ULCER FLARE-UPS, CHEST PAINS.

PEOPLE LITERALLY MAKE THEMSELVES SICK
FROM HAVING TO DEAL WITH THEIR FAMILIES.

- THAT'S NONSENSE.
- NO, IT'S NOT.

PEOPLE HAVE THIS
NORMAN ROCKWELL IDEAL

FOR THE WAY THEIR
FAMILIES SHOULD BE.

THEY WANT THEM TO BE PERFECT.
AND WHEN THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN,

THEY DRIVE THEMSELVES NUTS.

IT'S GOT TO COME OUT SOMEWHERE.

LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING
ABOUT FAMILIES, SON.

PEOPLE SACRIFICE
EVERYTHING FOR THEIR FAMILIES.

THEY GO TO WAR
FOR THEIR FAMILIES.

THEY LIE AWAKE WORRYING
THEMSELVES SICK OVER THEIR KIDS.

WHEN A MAN PUTS HIS
WHOLE LIFE INTO SOMETHING,

HE DESERVES TO
GET WHAT HE WANTS.

GRANDPA, IT'S THANKSGIVING.

DAD'S PROBABLY GOT
HEARTBURN ALREADY, MOM'S UPSET,

AND I VOLUNTEERED TO WORK.

IS THAT WHAT YOU CALL
GETTING WHAT YOU WANT?

P.A. system: Dr. Howser,
Emergency Room, stat.

Dr. Howser,
Emergency Room, stat.

AND THE HOLIDAY
FESTIVITIES CONTINUE.

WE THANK THEE, LORD,

- FOR THE BOUNTEOUS GIFTS
YOU'VE BESTOWED.
- (rapping on window)

- AND FOR WHAT WE'RE ABOUT TO RECEIVE...
- (whispering) GO AWAY!

(rapping continues)

Janine: EXCUSE ME.

- WHAT?
- CAN I COME IN?

MR. AND MRS. STEWART,

I'LL BE BRIEF.

I'M LOOKING AT THIS CAR ISSUE
WITH REMARKABLE OBJECTIVITY.

WHAT YOU DID STINKS
UP THE UNIVERSE.

- Woman: OH!
- IT WAS TERRIBLE PARENTING.

I MEAN, YOU FORCED A VERY
UNFORTUNATE SITUATION ON JANINE

AT AN AGE WHEN SHE'S
VULNERABLE, INSECURE AND SHALLOW.

- VINNIE!
- I'LL GET TO YOU
IN A MINUTE.

NOW, YOU MAY NOT LIKE ME,

YOU MAY NOT THINK I'M THE
IDEAL DATE FOR YOUR DAUGHTER,

BUT I KNOW I'M A GOOD PERSON.

AND AS FOR YOU, YOUNG LADY,

I WANT TO TELL YOU ONE THING.

I GOT A JAR IN MY ROOM WITH
YOUR NAME ON IT... “JANINE.”

I USED TO PUT ALL MY EXTRA MONEY IN
THERE TO TAKE YOU OUT AND BUY YOU THINGS.

AND EVERY TIME I
LOOKED AT IT, I GOT HAPPY,

'CAUSE I THOUGHT I
HAD A PLACE IN YOUR LIFE

AND YOU HAD ONE
IN MINE, BUT NOW...

WELL, I GUESS THAT'S
ALL I REALLY HAVE TO SAY.

EXCEPT THAT'S A
NICE-LOOKIN' BIRD.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

Woman: WHO IS THAT BOY?

LOOKS JUICY. IS IT A BUTTERBALL?

(sighs)

DOOGIE. WHAT HAPPENED?

I GOT McGUIRE TO TAKE OVER
THE SECOND HALF OF MY SHIFT.

WELL, SIT DOWN, THE BOTH OF YOU.

TURKEY'S GETTING COLD.

WELL, BEFORE WE
GO ANY FURTHER, I...

I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY.

I'D LIKE TO PROPOSE A TOAST

TO MY SON-IN-LAW, DAVID,

WHO HAS GIVEN MY
DAUGHTER A BEAUTIFUL HOME

AND A GREAT SON

AND A WONDERFUL LIFE.

I'VE JUST REALIZED

THAT IN MY OWN MIND,

NO MAN WOULD HAVE BEEN
GOOD ENOUGH FOR MY BABY GIRL.

AND BECAUSE I'VE BEEN SUCH A
PIGHEADED OLD MAN ABOUT IT, I...

I MISSED OUT ON HER WEDDING

AND THE BIRTH OF MY GRANDSON...

AND A WHOLE LOT OF
GOOD TIMES IN BETWEEN.

SO I'D... I'D LIKE
TO APOLOGIZE...

TO ALL OF YOU.

AND...

WELL...

WELL, HERE'S TO ALL THE GOOD TIMES
THAT ARE STILL REMAINING WITH US.

- HEAR, HEAR.
- CHEERS.

DON, DO YOU WANT
TO DO THE HONORS?

OOH.

WELL, I... I THINK YOU'RE
DOING JUST FINE, DAVID.

(laughing) OKAY.

(all chattering)

HI, GUYS.

HI, JANINE.

CAN I SPEAK TO
VINNIE FOR A MOMENT?

OH. YEAH, SURE. I'LL...

ANYTHING YOU HAVE
TO SAY CAN BE SAID

IN FRONT OF MY TRUE
FRIEND, DOUGLAS HOWSER.

I'M SORRY, VINNIE.

I TOLD MY PARENTS I
DIDN'T WANT THE CAR.

I TOLD THEM I'D RATHER HAVE YOU.

SO NOW YOU WANT TO GET
BACK TOGETHER WITH ME?

YEAH.

I REALLY DO.

WELL, I DON'T KNOW, JANINE.

YOU REALLY HURT MY FEELINGS.

YOU TOOK MY HEART AND YOU
BROKE IT INTO A HUNDRED PIECES,

MUCH LIKE I BROKE THAT
JAR WITH YOUR NAME ON IT.

SO, WHAT ARE YOU SAYING?

- I'M SAYING, YOU'RE
GONNA HAVE TO WOO ME.
- WHAT DO YOU MEAN?

WOO, JANINE. ROMANCE?

YOU'RE GONNA HAVE TO WORK
YOUR WAY BACK INTO MY AFFECTIONS.

- HOW?
- YOU FIGURE IT OUT.

THERE'S SOMETHING A
LITTLE DEMENTED ABOUT THIS,

BUT OKAY.

- NIGHT.
- NIGHT, JANINE.

SO THIS IS THE
CATBIRD SEAT. I LIKE IT.

YOU REALLY STOOD UP
FOR YOURSELF, VINNIE.

AND IT'S ABOUT TIME. SHE'S REALLY
GONNA HAVE TO WORK HARD TO GET ME BACK.

Janine: ♪ I MISS
YOU LIKE CRAZY ♪

♪ I MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY ♪

♪ EVER SINCE YOU WENT AWAY ♪

♪ EVERY HOUR OF EVERY DAY ♪

- ♪ I MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY ♪
- HEY, THAT HAPPENS
TO BE OUR SONG.

♪ I MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY ♪

♪ NO MATTER WHAT I SAY OR DO ♪

SHE'S STARTING TO
GET TO ME, DOOG.

I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO.

WELL, WHAT DO YOU
REALLY WANT, VINNIE?

♪ TILL THE SUN SHINES THROUGH ♪

♪ I'VE TRIED TO DENY IT, BUT
I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU ♪

♪ I MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY ♪

♪ I MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY ♪

♪ NO MATTER WHAT I SAY OR DO ♪

♪ THERE'S JUST NO
GETTING OVER YOU. ♪

(theme music playing)

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