Ordinary Joe (2021–…): Season 1, Episode 10 - Snow Globe - full transcript

Gwen reconnects with an old flame. Cop Joe and Amy push each other to confront some hard truths. Music Joe's world is rocked when Amy discloses a big secret. Nurse Joe and Jenny readjust to being long distance.

Previously on
"Ordinary Joe"...

Hey, forget the trial period.
You're hired.

- Thank you.
- Yeah.

I keep forgetting how much
I miss Atlanta till I get here.

It's home, and now you're here,
so that's a bonus.

I have a son?

I'm gonna find him
and I'm gonna meet him.

That's him. That's our son.

Her name's Jenny Banks.

He was with her
out of town upstate.

- Is he cheating?
- That's not for me to say.

I have the results
of your bloodwork,

and you're actually pregnant.

Is it possible
that we've met before?

- You went to Syracuse, right?
- Yeah.

We bumped into each other
at graduation with the case.

That's right.

- Joe Kimbreau.
- See, I knew it. I remember.

Do you want to stay with me
until it's safe to go home?

I'd like that.

No, Joe.

I don't want to leave
anything left unsaid.

I love you.

Please don't.

Gwen Kimbreau.

Yeah, long time,
Professor Lamson.

Let me guess,

you're finally here
to take me up on that date.

It's nice
to see you too, James.


No, this isn't about me.

It's about my son.

You know I taught him
how to play the piano

before he could walk,
and, well, he's good.

So your boy has dreams

of playing Lincoln Center
one day?

He can't become a cop.

I can't lose another one.

Can you get him in
for an audition?

- I can get it.
- No, no, I got it.

Oh, Mom.

Happy New Year.

- Hey, welcome home.
- How's our patient?

Better now that you're here.

- Hey.
- Hi.

- No, don't get up please.
- Come on, I'm fine.


I'm so sorry I couldn't
pick you up from the airport.

Are you kidding?

You're barely
out of the hospital.

I'm not gonna make you drive.

Plus, I missed your face.

Okay, I'm late for rehearsal.

The school where I teach music

is throwing a tribute concert
for me

to celebrate 20 years
of the choir I started.

Joe told me.

That's incredible.

- You okay?
- Ooh, that cough.

- Here's a nebulizer.
- I'm fine.

Gwen, it's okay.
I got it from here.

- Just do what you have to do.
- I can take care of myself.

Says the guy who's wearing

the same sweats
for three weeks.

- Okay.
- Really?

Meds are on the table.

Just text me
if you need anything, okay?

- I love you and you.
- Love you.

Bye, guys.

- She's excited.
- Yeah, she is.

I never got a chance
to thank you.

For what?

For staying with me
at the hospital.

I don't know how I would've
got through that without you.

Look, I know that you saved
a kid's life and all,

but just promise me
you're never gonna run

into a burning building again.

- Sorry.
- Come on.

Hey, I swore I'd never
lie to you, right?

What I said to you
before I went in,

I meant it.

And it's okay if you're
not ready to say it yet.

I know I just kind of
sprung it on you.

Can't drive without these.

Nope, nope, nope.

Please tell me she was joking

about you wearing
the same pants for three weeks.

I washed them.

Come on, go put
some real pants on

- and go for a walk.
- Okay.

Washed them.

This is yesterday
compared to six months ago.

The curvature has gone
from 40 degrees to 53.

Now, at this rate,
Dr. Koy believes that it's best

to intervene sooner
rather than later,

and I agree with him.

The severity of that curve

could impede the expansion
of the left lung.

I have dreaded this
since his diagnosis.

Yeah, no, I get it.

It's scary, but putting it off
scares me more.

With the left lung
compromised like that,

a common cold this winter

could easily turn
into full-blown pneumonia.

What do we need to do?

I'll put you in touch
with the surgeon.

It's, um...
it's an invasive procedure.

Takes over six hours,
so having blood on hand

for a transfusion is vital,

ideally from
the biological parents.

Now, because Lucas is
considered high-risk,

I think the safest way...

I'll donate, obviously.

I'm not sure
that'll be enough.

I'm gonna let you two discuss.

It's time to tell Joe
the truth about Lucas.

We have to.

You think Chris will
even remember that goodbye?

- He was barely conscious.
- I will remind him.

Do you really
have to leave so soon?

I'm really starting
to hate Atlanta.

I wish Christmas break
was longer.

Take that fire hazard
out to the curb

sometime before
Valentine's Day, please.

Only if Cupid promises
to bring you back.


- Love you.
- I love you.

- Bye.
- Bye.

Hey, babe, back so soon?
Did you forget...

- Kinsley, I'm so sorry. I...
- Nope.

Still not dressed, huh?


- Should I be concerned?
- Oh.

So tomorrow's
the big night, Mom.

Hmm? You ready to be fêted?

Yes, but I think
the bigger question is,

are you up to performing?

I'm fine.

- And you and Amy are...
- We're fine.

Okay, you're avoiding.
Classic Kimbreau move.

Trust me, I'm an expert.

Mom, it's my marriage,
my mess, I got it.


- Jenny, hey.
- Happy New Year.

Well, big news.

The adoption agency
reached out.

Zeke wants to meet us.

- What?
- Are you serious?

I spoke
with the adoptive parents.

Zeke's been asking questions,

and then he made it
his Christmas wish to meet us.

Are you... I mean, can we?

I have to talk to Darren,

and maybe you should talk
with Amy?

- Yeah.
- Yeah.

- All right, let me know.
- All right.

Well, that seemed
like something.

Zeke wants to meet me.

I am now entering
the kitchen.

Kinsley, hi.
Happy New Year.

Fully dressed this time.

So how long did it take you

to make these zipper pants
for Christopher?

Uh, one, you know,
maybe two days.

Not including the time
you spent cleaning up blood

after you sewed your finger
to the hemline twice.

It was once, thank you.

All right,
well, maybe I should rephrase.

How fast could you make,
I don't know,

let's say three...

dozen pairs?

Okay, look, I know it sounds
a little bit crazy,

but over the holidays,
I was sharing

the adaptable pants
with some caretaker friends,

and I may or may not have
presold, like, 36 pairs.

Dad, these could help
a lot of people.

Adaptive clothing's, like, $800

or hideous or both.

And I have a friend
in the garment district

who will hook us up with some
industrial fabric cutters.

Oh, so I can lose
several fingers.

Dad, we got this.

Zayla, why is it

that when my personal life
is doing great,

my career is
a complete dumpster fire?

Whoever said
"Women can have it all"

needs to be punched
in the face.

Got to admit,
I admire the side hustle.

Haven't seen you waiting tables
like this since college.

- Uh, it's my only hustle.
- You must have some leads.


Idea: You know that podcast
I'm producing with Tedd Calvin?

- Mm-hmm.
- We're recording an episode

and our guest dropped.

You should fill in.


His audience is,
like, ginormous.

He's on our side.
It'll be a friendly room.

It's a chance to get your name
back out there.

Get back into the mix
and out of this pizza pit.

I don't think I'm ready.

- Pizza pit?
- Hmm.

You are welcome for the job,
but your friend here

is no longer welcome
to free pizza.

Who let her in here, anyway?

- The one on the left.
- It's fierce.

But not, like,
scary fierce, right?

Would you say that
about a man?


- Eric, I trust Zayla.
- Run with it.

Like the wind.

Hey, you okay?


I don't know what to do.

My chances of having a child
of my own is finally here,

but it's with the wrong person.

You're 1,000% sure
this is Bobby's baby?


After our last miscarriage,
I guess you could say

Joe and I,
we're experiencing a dry spell.

If you're going
to keep this baby,

and you want
to keep your marriage,

you need to tell Joe the truth.

I already feel like
I'm losing him.

If I tell him this,
he's going to be lost.

And if you don't tell him,

you're gonna lose yourself.

Hey, how are you?

Sorry to crash your party.

She was, uh...
She was leaving anyways.

Um, so Jenny called me.


Zeke's family reached out
through the adoption agency.

He wants to meet me.

That's huge.

And I want to do it.

Yeah, I'm with you.

- You sure?
- He's your son.

You deserve to meet him.


Well, thank you,

and... there's just
the Darren factor,

Jenny's husband.

For any of this to work,

we have to get him
on the same page.

Why don't we invite them
over for dinner?

We could talk it over.

- Seriously?
- Yeah.

- Okay.
- Um, thanks.


I need to talk to you.

- Okay.
- Something wrong?

It's about something
that happened

before I even knew you.

What happened?

I guess I thought I could

put the whole thing behind me
and move on with my life

and forget
that it ever happened.

Jen, you're starting
to scare me here.

I had a baby.

After undergrad,
before law school.

And I...

I gave him up for adoption.

Why are you telling me now?

The adoptive parents
reached out.

He's almost ten,

and he wants to meet us.

Us, you and me?

Me and the biological father.

Who is it?

Someone I know?

It's Joe.


The rock star.

Who's been to our house.

Who I took a selfie with
with the girls.

That Joe.

He and his wife have
invited us over to dinner

to talk about
how to handle all of this.


Well, this...

this isn't complicated at all,
is it?



- How you doing, Jen?
- Hi.

- Nice to see you.
- You too.

Hey, Ray.

Didn't know you were
gonna be here.


- How you guys doing?
- Good.

- Fine.
- Fine.

What's going on?

Our son needs
spinal fusion surgery.

- Oh, I'm so sorry.
- Thanks.

We've known about it
for a while.

And I can get
into the details later,

but what it comes down to is,

Lucas is gonna need
a blood transfusion.


And you are an ideal match.

Um... why would I be
an ideal match?

You're his biological father.

I found out that I was pregnant
after graduation and...


I tried to tell you.

I called you that whole weekend

and for months after.

Will you help our son?

♪ ♪


- Voilà.
- It's a cheeseburger.

No, it is not
just any cheeseburger.

- It's Wagyu.
- Ah, Wagyu.

Yeah, is that the one
where they massage the cow?

Yes, yeah, exactly.

Best beef in the world for
my best friend in the world.

Eric, I need a favor
from you.

Lay it on me.

So I need to make
three dozen zipper pants ASAP,

and I have no zippers.

Is this, like,
a bondage thing or...

- No, no, it's for Chris.
- It's adaptive clothing.

It's easier for him
to get in and out of.


And so our new aid,
Kinsley, thinks that,

you know, some other people
could benefit from that.

- So she got some orders.
- Okay, that's amazing.

That's amazing.

I remember the first time
somebody actually paid

to eat something that I made.

No, it does.
It feels good.

It feels good
to, you know, have someone

appreciate your handiwork.

All right, you know what?

I know a guy.

- Yeah?
- Mm-hmm.

- Hey.
- Hi.


I see you've transformed
the dining room

into an adaptative-wear

Well, I've been prepping
meals for the boys

since Jenny's been away,

and I see
someone beat me to it.


I come from a big family.

I never learned
how to cook for two.

Oh, I wasn't trying to step
on your toes or anything.

- Are you kidding me?
- That's perfect.

Now I can prep
for my concert tomorrow night.

- Concert?
- You singing?

- I'm being honored.
- Oh.


So who's your date?

Um, no one.

I mean, there is someone
I'm hoping will come.

He and I taught music
at my school

before he got his dream job
at City Conservatory.

That's the school
that I thought Joe would go to.

- No, you don't...
- It's okay.

I am so sorry
Joe never showed up.

It's really not like him.

I am mortified
you drove out here...

He just graduated.

He's celebrating.

Besides, it was worth it.

I... I get to see you.

Well, thank you for coming

and for, um, waiting.

I can wait more.

- I would like that.
- Yeah.

You know, when I asked you
to dinner a few years ago...

I wasn't in the right place,

How about now?

- So did you call him?
- No.

I never called him once
after that night.

- Thank you.
- You ghosted him?

Yeah, well, you know what,
I thought I was ready,

but that's when Joe and Jenny
were gonna have a baby

and life got in the way
and... yeah.

Anyway, I did reach out to him
after, like, a billion years

and invited him
to the tribute concert,

but he hasn't RSVP'd,
so whatever.

You know, if he comes,
you should just ask him out.


That's what I did
with my boyfriend, Xander.

We've been together
for six months.

Okay, easier said than done.

Well, what's the worst
that can happen?

He says no?

You don't get
what you don't ask for.

So, you know, get yours, Gwen.

Who are you?

Someone who knows.


I hope you guys
like the food.

Ya Tu Sabes is
one of our favorites.

Joe and I actually had
our first date there.


If you don't like that,
we have an añejo.

- I can go grab it.
- No, I'm all set.

- It's no problem.
- Thank you.

It's 1942. It's real nice...

So when did Joe tell you?

I found out myself
just a few months ago.


I found out today.

My wife's been lying to me
since we met.

I apologized,

and I'll keep on apologizing

for as long as it takes
for you to forgive me.

When you randomly showed up
at our house

that one day,
you knew, didn't you?

And at Jenny's
birthday party,

which like, ah, an idiot,
I invited you to.

You must think I'm
the biggest chump in the world.

- I do not.
- Darren, please.

You know what
I keep thinking?

I'm in a bad dream.

I mean, I've got to be, right?

I mean, how in the hell
did I get here?

I wish I could change
how I handled things,

but I can't.

Giving up Zeke was
the right choice back then.

But now that I have seen him...

Look, this could be
a good thing.


For all of us.

I hope you get
a real good song

out of this one, Joe.

There's nothing good
in this for me.

- Excuse me.
- Yeah.

So then Zayla wants me
to be a guest

at this, like, political podcast

that she produces.

Are you okay?


I just met with Jenny
and her husband, Ray,

and, um,

I just found out
that I have a son.

- I'm sorry, what?
- Yeah.

Jenny and I, you know,
in college, we...

- Yeah, yeah.
- Yeah.

And so she...

I just found out,
like, two hours ago.


How did your mom react?

Oh, I can't tell her.

Are you serious?

Look, it's complicated, okay?

And Gwen Kimbreau cannot
have a grandson

and not be a grandma.

Moms can handle a lot.

I mean, your mom's
a pretty tough lady.

She may seem
that way to you, but...

secrets ruin relationships.

Trust me.

We are like
a well-oiled machine.

Teamwork makes
the dream work.

- How you doing, little man?
- Fine.

Just low-key freaking out

about performing tomorrow night
at Grandma's concert.

- What?
- Oh, come on.

Since when do you
get stage fright?

This time,
Mom won't be there.

She's my good luck charm.

What if I freeze on stage?


Well, if you freeze,
which you won't,

just, you know, think of this
and you'll smile.

♪ Ooga-chaka
ooga, ooga, ooga-chaka ♪

♪ Ooga, ooga, ooga-chaka ♪

♪ Ooga, ooga, ooga-chaka
ooga, ooga, ooga-chaka ♪

♪ When you hold me
in your arms so tight ♪

♪ You let me know
everything's all right ♪

♪ Come on ♪

♪ I ♪

♪ I'm hooked on a feeling ♪


♪ I'm high on believing

♪ That you're in love with me ♪

"Stage fright," my butt.

How do you know those lyrics?

Well, guys, Kinsley and I...

- Secrets.
- That was sweet.

- You okay?
- Not even close.

I had no idea
the filing deadlines in Georgia

were different than New York,

and I missed two calls
from Chris.

Mistakes happen

and you'll talk
to Chris tomorrow.

Work screwed up
my personal life

and my personal life
screwed up my work life.

Hey, you'll figure it out,

but not tonight.

We're both fried.

And I know the perfect thing
to get you out of your head.

Let's go.

- Yes!
- You feel better?

It's a start.

You got another one in you?

Oh, yeah.

You actually ended up
working for Bobby Diaz

all the way up till the recent
hush money scandal

that took him
out of office, right?

For a decade.

Yeah, it was a... it was a shock.

Rocked my world
in... in the worst ways.

Yeah, no, I can imagine.

For my listeners out there
that may not be familiar

with this entire story,
Bobby Diaz used

fraudulent campaign funds
as hush money

to pay off one of his
former interns, Carrie Coleman.

But Carrie may not have been

Bobby's only mistress.

Isn't that right?

I mean, you yourself
were in a long-term affair

with the disgraced congressman.

At least
that's what his wife,

Regina, has been alleging.

This goes beyond one man.

Okay, look, the real issue here
is that we're dealing

with a system that is built
by corrupt politicians

to shield them
from accountability.

Amy, I'm gonna stop you
right there.

This is just a narrative
that we've heard too much.

You know, the system is broken,

institutional failure,
blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

The institution
works perfectly,

just not for those
that need it.


You were the other woman.

I've invited you on my show
to give you a platform

to tell your side
of that story.

Oh, please, what you want is

salacious "Page Six" clickbait.

Okay, I might be
political kryptonite,

but I spoke the truth,

and I will never
be ashamed of that.

Even if that means
I get taken down for it.

I will always fight

for what is right
and what is true.

Not like some
pond-scum-sucking hack

who tries to gaslight people
for ratings.


I'm done.

Wow, you're practically
a professional seamstress.

Any other hidden talents
I should know about?

Actually, I started

sewing masks
during the pandemic.


I was feeling
pretty helpless.

And at the same time, I was

completely blown away
by the utter selflessness

of healthcare workers,
like you,

who sacrificed so much
to keep us all safe.

That passion led me
to nursing school.

That's awesome.

What about you?

Oh, um,

to be honest, it was
more practical than passion.

I got to support my family
and, you know, I could learn

about how to take care
of Chris.

What was it like
in the hospital during COVID?

It must've been really hard.

So much pain and sorrow
every day.

You know, people saying goodbye

to their families
over the phone.

How'd you cope?

When my shift was over,
I just put it aside.

You know, I had to for me,
for my family, to survive,

but, um, I ended up
shutting down.

I shut people out.
I shut Jenny out.

Almost cost us our marriage.

- I'm so sorry.
- No, I'm sorry.

I don't know why
I just dumped that on you.

I never bring that up.

I don't know why
I would say that just now.

Because I asked.

- Yeah.
- And thank you for answering.

Thank you for listening.



I'm not sure if I should be
scared or impressed.


All right.

Don't call it
a comeback, Banks.

Let's see what you got.


My mom used to say,

"All we can do
is the best we can."

Says the girl who hits
every bullseye.

Words to live by.
Mom knows best.

- Another round?
- Sure.

You know, in the six years
you've been my paralegal,

I don't think
I've ever heard you

talk about your mom before.

She was always there for me.

Day, night, whenever,
and when she got sick,

I... I wanted to go home,

but she told me
to stay at Syracuse

and finish school, so I did.

And she hung on
until I graduated, and then...

A few months later,
she was gone.


I think I'll...

I'll always regret
not going home sooner.

What I would give to have
that time back with her.

I'm sorry.

To your mom.


- What?
- Are you ready?

Come on, it's my big night.
Chop, chop.

- Yeah.
- Yeah, almost.

It'll just take me two seconds.

Okay, what's going on
with you, huh?

You may want
to sit down, Mom.


Am I gonna need a drink too?

- Probably.
- Yeah?

- Yeah.
- Okay.

I met up
with Jenny Banks yesterday.

And, um,

she told me that I have a son.

I'm sorry, what?

You have a grandson.

And you might be
meeting him tonight.

His name is Lucas,

and I invited him
to your concert.



- Hey.
- Hey.

You made it.

I'm so glad you're here.
Glad that Darren came 'round.

He didn't exactly.

He's okay with me meeting Zeke,

but he doesn't want
any part of it.

Well, you gotta do
what you gotta do, right?

I don't know if that's right.

No, it... it is.

Well, you're lucky to have
someone as supportive as Amy.



- Hi.
- Hi, I'm Joe.


Thank you so much
for making this all happen.

Oh, don't thank us.
Thank Zeke.

I'm Tracy,
and this is my husband, Miguel.

- It's a pleasure.
- Yeah, likewise.

- Nice to meet you.
- You too.

Hi, nice to meet you.

So how you doing, little man?

I knew it was you
on Halloween,

and then you liked my TikTok.

Oh, yeah, well, I...

I was trying to figure out
a way to connect.

It was like I was getting
signals from space.

I'm so glad
that we can finally meet.

I did an Internet
deep dive on you.

You're some legal shark.

Guess I got
some pretty good genes.

We had to get rid of him
'cause he peed so much.


Well, do you have
any questions for us?

Favorite movies,
food, sports?

Why did you put me
up for adoption?

We were in no position
to be able

to raise a child, Zeke,
no matter how awesome.

You know, we just...
We weren't able to be

the amazing parents
that you deserved.

And, Zeke,

I have carried you in my heart

every day
for these last ten years.

And now, seeing you happy,

loved, and adored

the way that I always prayed
you would be,

I couldn't ask
for anything more.

- This is a disaster.
- Yeah, sure is, son.

You okay, babe?


- Yeah.
- Okay.


No one but rescue workers
have been allowed

near Ground Zero for months.


Everything within
a few block radius of here

is basically uninhabitable.

What are we gonna do?


same thing I always
taught you to do, babe.

We're just gonna play one note

and then the next.

That's a good idea, Joey.
There you go.

Oh, the place looks
great, right?


- Gwen.
- Oh, hi.

Gwen Kimbreau?

- Hello, James Lamson.
- Mm.

Wasn't sure
you'd remember me.

You're a very difficult guy
to forget.

Hey, Joe, so what happened?

City Conservatory
extended a spot in 2011

and never heard back.

Yeah, music just
wasn't my thing.

You know, I was meant
to be a cop.

Um, excuse me for a second.


So he became a police officer.

Worst nightmares realized?

We're, uh... we're okay.

Thank you for coming.
I have to get...

Gwen, have dinner with me.

Old times' sake?

Can we make it, um, coffee?

We'll start with that.
You have my number?

- Yes.
- All right.

Maybe this was a mistake.

You are Lucas' father.

Nothing is ever
gonna change that.

- Hey.
- Hi.


This is my friend,
Joe, from college.

I remember you
from college reunion

at the planetarium.

Yeah, yeah, that's right.

And it looks like
you're a football fan, huh?

Go, Jints.

- Hi. So good to see you.
- You too.

This is Ray, my husband,
and our son, Lucas.

This is my mom, Gwen.

- Hi.
- Hi.

Thank you
for coming tonight, Lucas.

You know what, I... I saved you
a spot right in the front row.

You're my VIP guest.

- You want to come?
- That'd be great.

It's right in front.

Thank you.

I know, okay? Lookit.
There's your seat.

- Just sit down.
- Okay, babe.


Is this seat taken?

James Lamson.

No, please, yes, go ahead.


I wasn't sure
if you'd remember me.

I tried to forget you.

Have dinner with me.

I've waited ten years
to hear you say those words.

Maybe third time's a charm?

- Hey, everyone, welcome.
- Welcome.

If I could just have
your attention for a moment.

First of all,
thank you for being here.

This is certainly gonna be
a very, very special evening.

And, uh, we're here
to honor my mom,

Gwen Kimbreau,
who started the PS27 Choir

20 years ago

to honor and help students
whose families were impacted

by the tragic events of 9/11.

It has since become
a New York institution.

She helped me find
my love of music,

and it literally saved my life.

If there's any other
former students here tonight

that she did the same for,

please feel free to stand
and be recognized.


Well, what do you say?
Why don't we thank her

by showing her
what we all learned?

You guys ready?

You ready, buddy?

♪ Loving you the way I do ♪

♪ I know we're gonna
make it through ♪

♪ And I would go ♪

♪ To the ends of the earth ♪

♪ 'Cause darling ♪

♪ To me,
that's what you're worth ♪

♪ Where you lead,
I will follow ♪

♪ Anywhere
that you tell me to ♪

♪ If you need ♪

♪ You need me to be with you ♪

♪ I will follow
where you lead ♪

♪ If you're out on the road ♪

- ♪ Ooh, ooh
- ♪ Feeling lonely ♪

- ♪ And so cold
- ♪ Ooh, ooh ♪

♪ All you have to do
is call my name ♪

- ♪ And I'll be there
- ♪ Ooh ♪

♪ On the next train
You were right.

I told my mom about Lucas,
and she handled it like a pro.

Well, I'm proud of you,

I love you, Joe Kimbreau.

♪ You need me to be
with you ♪

♪ I will follow
where you lead ♪

♪ I always wanted a real home ♪

♪ With flowers
on the windowsill ♪

♪ But if you want to live
in New York City ♪

♪ Honey, you know I will ♪

♪ Yes, I will,
yes, I will ♪

♪ You never know
how it's all gonna turn out ♪

♪ But that's okay ♪

♪ Just as long
as we're together ♪

♪ We can find a way ♪

♪ Where you lead
I will follow ♪

♪ Anywhere
that you tell me to ♪

♪ If you need ♪

♪ You need me to be with you ♪

♪ I will follow ♪

♪ Oh, oh ♪

- ♪ Where you lead
- ♪ Yeah, I will follow ♪

- ♪ Anywhere
- ♪ That you tell me to ♪

♪ If you need ♪

♪ You need me to be with you ♪

♪ I will follow
where you lead ♪

- That was, uh...
- Amazing.

I mean, that kid,
he's incredible.

Watching you two was...

was something really special.


Oh, man.

You can say it.
You can say anything.

I'm pregnant.

- But we... we haven't...
- It's Bobby's.