Quantum Leap (1989–1993): Season 2, Episode 13 - Another Mother - September 30, 1981 - full transcript

Sam leaps into the body of a divorced mother of three whose eldest son, 15 year-old Kevin, will run away from home in the next 24 hours never to be seen again. Kevin is at that awkward age where he's embarrassed that he's still a virgin. His so-called friends decide to pull a practical joke on him leading him to run away. Sam and Al also learn that a young child can see both of them and have to come up with some pretty quick answers.

Theorizing that one could time travel
within his own lifetime,

Dr. Sam Beckett led an elite group
of scientists into the desert...

to develop a top secret project
known as Quantum Leap.

Pressured to prove his theories
or lose funding,

Dr. Beckett prematurely
stepped into the project accelerator...

and vanished.

He awoke to find himself in the past,

suffering from partial amnesia and facing
a mirror image that was not his own.

contact with his own time...

was maintained through brain wave
transmissions with Al, the project observer,

who appears in the form of a hologram
that only Dr. Beckett can see and hear.

Trapped in the past, Dr. Beckett finds
himself leaping from life to life,

putting things right
that once went wrong...

and hoping each time
that his next leap will be the leap home.

It is too!

- It is not.
- That is my Queen T-shirt.

It's not yours, jerk.

Read my lips, barf-head.
That's my shirt, and I want it back.

It's Peggy Couche's.
Now, would you leave me alone!

Give me that.

I went to that Queen concert,
and I paid for it with my own money!

Look what Wookiee did.
He ate my doll.

Get your grubby hands off,
and keep outta my room!

- It's not your T-shirt.
- It is too.

- It is not.
- Liar.


- Give it back, moron!
- Come and get it, shrimp!

- Mommy!
- Mom!

Mom, please fix my doll.

My poor dolly's all chewed up.

- I'm a mommy.
- Give me...

- Give it to me!
- No! Give it to me!

Listen. It's my shirt.
You took it out of my room.

It's Peggy's shirt! You took this
out of my room, and you know it.

Look what you did. Great.
That is Peggy's shirt.

- It's my shirt, Susan!
- It's Peggy's shirt.

I went to this concert.
I remember the concert.

- Oh, you brute.
- Give it to me!

Oh, my heavens.

I know I fought
with my brother and sister.

It's the law of sibling survival.

But somehow I always remember
Mom and Dad bringing us under control...

with a kind but firm word.



Mom just reached max gross load.

- You're the gross load.
- Oh, yeah? Look who's talking.

You're the one
who ripped my shirt.

What am I supposed to do
about Peggy's shirt?

My shirt. And you're gonna
buy a new one for me.

Enough, okay? Enough.

Now it's nobody's shirt.
Now it's just a... a torn rag.

Where's my mommy?

She's in front of you.

That's not my mommy.
That's a man.


I want my mommy.

- Mommy! Mommy! Mommy! Mommy!
- Uh-oh, Mom.

Baby breakdown.

- What's wrong with Teresa?
- Too much Sesame Street.

I've never seen her do that before.

Would... Would you, uh...

Would you just, uh, go check on her?
Why me?

Yeah, sending Susan is like sending
Jaws to get the kids out of the pool.

- I got science lab, Mom.
- First check on your sister.


You see before you a classic example
of the devastating effects brought about...

when parents brutally yell
at their impressionable children.

There's the signpost up ahead...
Go to school.

That's not my mommy.

You would send me off
to face the world...

without breakfast?

Uh, we... No, um...
Course not.

I'm sorry, Mom.

I mean, I know this divorce thing
has been real tough on you.

I'm divorced.

But like you said,
the hard part is over.

I di... I... I did.

And that bimbo Dad ran off with
is almost punishment enough.

- It's time to think about yourself.
- Yeah, well,

uh, you know, it... it's...

- It's hard.
- Well, you're doin' it.

I mean, you got
your real estate license.

I know you'll sell
one of those tacky houses soon.

I'm real proud of you, Mom.

Wow. She has totally freaked out.

- What do you mean?
- She says you're not her mother.

And get this. You're a strange man
dressed in Mommy's clothes.

- Ooh.
- I mean, totally creepy.

Residual flashbacks
from your hippie days, Mom.

I got her to come down
and take another look.

Come on, munchkin.

Come on.

See? It's Mommy.

That's not my mommy.
That's a man.

So's the guy in the yucky shirt.

This is my favorite shirt.
This is cutting-edge stuff.

It's yucky.

This is too weird.

I want my mommy! Mommy!

Definitely too much
Sesame Street.

- Sam, she...
- Mommy!

- She could see me.
- I know that.

Finally, somebody agrees with me.

Maybe somebody should,
uh, talk to her.

Do you... Do you think
you could go and... and...

talk to her again, uh, please?

Mom, I'm 11. I won't have my
psych degree for another 15 years.

They don't give degrees
to the hopelessly stupid.

Okay. All right, please.

You owe me for that shirt.

Get real.

Mom, don't forget.
You've got carpool to Girl Scouts,

and I have a fitting for my new
soccer uniform this afternoon.

- They got that gross blue.
- This afternoon?

- Mom, my swim meet is this afternoon.
- Mommy.

Look, you gotta be
at my swim meet.

All right. I'll be... Uh, wait. Wait.
What about, uh, uh, Teresa?

Oh, Mother Warrior,
you must face her alone.

Or at least until Rafaella
gets here at noon. I gotta go.

Mom, wear a dress to show
that house this morning, will ya?



Ziggy says that kids
under the age of five exist in a...

In a natural alpha state,
and that's how come she could see me.

That's why she can see you,
but how can she see me?

- Animals and kids, that's great.
- What did she say after Girl Scouts?

They're pure of heart.
You know you can't lie to a kid.

They see right through you.
They see the real you.

- And little, uh... little, uh...
- Teresa.

Ter... little Teresa,
she sees only the truth.

Problem is,
the truth is her mother's gone.


What am I gonna do, Al?

I guess you gotta
tell her the truth.

Please don't hide
from me, Mommy.

Poor kid. Okay.

Where's my mommy?


Uh, your mommy, uh...

Hummina, hummina.
Your mommy.

Oh, your mommy had to go
away for a little while,

but she's gonna
be back real soon.

Yeah, my name is Sam,
and... and this is Al.

And for the next couple of days,

everybody's gonna pretend
that I'm your mommy.

- That's good, Sam.
- Thank you.


- Why?
- Why? Why?


Oh. To help your big brother.

Do what?

- Do what?
- Do...

Oh, uh, to... to win the swim meet.

Are you angels?

- Yes.
- No.

Yes, uh, this is Angel Sam,
and I'm Angel Al.

The truth, Al.

Here, I'll show you.
Try and touch my hand.

Come on back here.

- See?
- You see, we're, uh, a couple of angels,

and we're here to help Kevin
win the swim meet.

And after we do that,
then we'll be gone,

and... and your mommy
will come back.


- Oh, yeah, promise.
- Promise.

Can you fix it, please?

Oh, uh, Wookiee.
Wookiee, the dog ate the...

Uh, Angel Sam is the...
the doll elf.

Uh, here.

Then will you read me a story?

- What a great... That's a great idea.
- Yeah, but...

But you gotta hold the book
and turn the pages.

- Yeah.
- That's a good deal.

Okay, you go pick out a book,
and then I'll come right along.

Okay, Al,
what are we really here to do?

Well, I didn't want to say it
in front of her,

but sometime in the next 24 hours...

Kevin runs away from home and...


He vanishes off the face of the earth.

He can't just vanish.

Six months later, his bloodied clothes
were found in an abandoned van.

They never found his body, Sam.

And his mother
never allowed the case to be closed.

I'm really glad you're enjoying
this positive parental experience,

- I am.
- But we have a problem here.

Al, why would I come back
as a mother?

Well, because, uh,

Dad is off having
a severe case of midlife crisis.

Well, fine. But how am I gonna
find out why Kevin runs off

if I don't even have
time to turn around?

I mean, would you look
at this woman's schedule?

Car pool, music lessons, Mommy and Me
art class... That's just for today.

- Calm down. Okay, okay, okay.
- Luncheon for the P.T.A., music...

Calm down already, all right? You're
getting... You're gonna hyperventilate.

Nobody ever said
it was gonna be easy being a mother.

But since you are a mother, you gotta figure out
why your 15-year-old is gonna run away tonight.

What's the worst thing
you can remember about being 15?

- Who, me?
- Yeah.

Oh. Getting busted
by her parents just as I was...

Al, Al. I doubt that this has
anything to do with sex.

Well, of course it...
What else could it be about?

Lots of things.
I mean, when I was 15, I had...

I had trouble because
I was smart and shy.

- The kid is funny. He's not Einstein.
- Maybe it's a cover.

Maybe he's using humor
to hide his emotions.

- All right. What are you gonna do?
- I don't know.

I don't know what I'm gonna do.

But I know I can't... You know,
I can't follow him around all day.


- I can't follow him around, but you can.
- No, no.

- Yes.
- Uh-uh.

- Yes.
- No. Lookit.

Reading stories to the munchkin,
okay, that's one thing.

But Sam Spadeing
a 15-year-old kid... forget it.

- Al, it's no problem. You get Gooshie,
- No. Uh-uh.

He centers you in on Kevin,
never knows you're there.

Don't tell me about Gooshie.

- I'm not gonna do it.
- I really appreciate this.

- No.
- Thank you very much.

- It's out of the question.
- Al... I owe you one then, okay?

Uh, we got somebody
called Al for dinner?

Hey, check it out, man.

Baby has legs up to her neck.

You gotta be kidding.
She's a walking beanpole.

A beanpole? And I guess
you wouldn't like to climb it, right?

Wouldn't or couldn't?

She's jailbait.
Oh, yeah? And what are you, runt?

Too hip to rob the cradle,
no matter how many points.

Now, if the Kev were truly
lookin' for some action,

he'd go after, uh,

Jackie Arnett.

- Oh!
- Jackie.

- Ahhh.
- Jackie.

Jackie! Jackie! Jackie! Jackie!

Jackie! Jackie! Jackie!

Stop it, guys!

She's, uh, not my speed.

What is your speed,
micro-stud? Reverse?

She happens to live a couple of blocks
from me, and we've become...


Jackie Arnett is friendly
with anybody that'll say hello.

That's a lie.

Come on, Kev.
The whole track team's had her, buddy.

- I said that's a lie.
- He defends her honor.

Ah. Perhaps this is true love.

Absolutely love.

Oh, but she wouldn't be desperate enough
for a class "C" creature like Kevin.

- Class "C." I like it, man.
- Speak for yourself, zero charisma.

All I'm sayin'is she's not like that.

- Hey. That's nice, Kevin.
- What is she like?

She's a strumpet. Worth maybe,
uh, 50 points. Right, Teddy, huh?

Oh, not Demon and Dragon freaks.
I hate that game.

A challenge.
A test of your noble manhood.

Bring on the dragons,
you warted trolls.

Thank you, ladies.

And bring back a sacred sign
of his victory.

- Like her panties.
- Face the challenge, jester,

and earn your knighthood.

I smell a setup comin' here.

So be it.

- Handle it, squire.
- Grow up.

Never mind.
I'll handle this myself.

Hey, where's he going?

To set the stage
for your conquest.

Yeah, just a little help
from your friends, right?

Gooshie, center me on Sam.

I'm not gonna tell a 15-year-old boy
how to seduce a girl.

I don't see where you have
any choice in this, Sam.

The kid is... is... is...
He's inexperienced.

He's supposed to be
inexperienced. He's 15.

I kno...
I'll have you know when I was fif...

The fact that you were a practicing
pervert at the age of five

has nothing to do with
the rest of the world.

Words of wisdom from the world's
most sexually backward teenager.

This has nothing to do with
my adolescent experience.

Since you were sent here to help
him, I figure it does.


Listen, Mr. Moral, if you and I represent
opposite ends of the sexual spectrum,

- that puts Kevin about normal.
- No.

You gotta help him, Sam.
His buddies are setting him up for a fall.

When he takes it, he runs away.

Besides, I think he likes the girl.

- How would you know?
- Well, he defended her honor.

I mean, you never defend a girl's honor
unless you... you really like her.

No. No, I'm not going to encourage a
15-year-old boy to have sexual intercourse.

What's secular undercourse?

Uh, it's a game grown-ups play.

Why... Why... Why don't we, uh,
wash up for dinner?

I'm too little
to wash up for dinner.

What, to wash up?


Oh. Oh, yeah.
Let... Let me help you.

Let me... Let me help you.

Let me have this dolly, please.

Al, what if we teach him
about romance?

- Romance?
- I'm sure you've heard of it.

The art of making someone
fall in love with you.

Well, what kind of acceptance
is that gonna give him?

It's gonna get him honor.

These demons are on a quest,
and it isn't for honor.

Look, if Kevin goes about this
the right way...

and ends up with the girl he likes,

then his warrior buddies
are gonna have to back off, right?

Then he won't run away.


Oh, no!
Oh, no.

Hmm. What do you think, Teresa?

- Yuck.
- It's ruined.

I hope you're better at romance
than whatever that was supposed to be.

Teresa, what do you say
we go pick up your brother and sister,

and we'll all go out to eat?

- Pizza!
- Pizza!

Pizza. No pizza for you.

Susan. Susan.

Please come back. Get your books
and your uniform, all right?

Mom, I'm gonna miss Magnum.

It's gonna run for the
next eight years, okay?

I think you got a little time.

Come here.
Look at your face.

Will you take Teresa upstairs
and wash the ice cream off of her face?

- Thank you.
- Come on, munchkin.

No. I want to stay with Sam.


Would you... Would you do me a favor
and, uh, take my purse in for me?

It's kind of heavy.
You got it?

- I can do it, Sam.
- Thank you.

You okay?

Yeah. Yeah, I'm great.

I mean, uh, everything all right?

Yeah, sure.
I was just drifting in the ozone.

Hey, uh, Kevin, you, uh...

Wanna play some Ping-Pong?

You hate Ping-Pong.

I do?

Well, I mean, that's because...

I didn't want you to know
how good I was.

Come on.

Nice shot, Mom.

Whenever my, uh,

dad wanted to have
a heart-to-heart with us,

usually it took place
over a Ping-Pong table.

So, uh, what do you wanna talk about?

Well, you looked like you
needed someone to talk to.


Look, come on. Kevin, I know that...
that there's somethin' bothering you.

Too cool to talk to your mom?

It's just...

You know, guy stuff.

Yeah, well, you know,
if it has to do with girls,

I... I... I might know more than...
More than you think.

Yeah, I know. You used to be one.

Yeah. Well, uh...

No. No, that's not what I meant.

I mean, if... if you wanna...

If you need to talk to them,
or, you know, find out what...

You know, things that
they like to hear, you know?

Like, um, do you know where to put
your hands when you dance with a girl?

This is, uh, too weird.

You know, I can't talk to you
because you're...

- You're my mom.
- Sam.

Me and Wookiee made a painting.

Oh, Teresa.

Hey, you know, I think it's kind of punk.

Oh, no, Wookiee, come ba... Here.

Oh, Teresa.
Okay, here we go.

Oh, don't touch any...
Wookiee, get off the couch!


See you. Bye.

Hi, Mom.

Come on, Jackie.
It's a hysterical idea.

Besides, it's, uh,
just sort of an initiation.

It still seems mean.

You're not gonna back out
on us now, are you, Jackie?

Come on. He might get
a little mad at first.

But once he's a full wizard,
he's gonna be totally grateful.


Of course, as class president,

whoever I take to the Mardi
Gras Dance is crowned queen.

But if you wouldn't like the
honor, I'm sure that I could...

I already told my mom.

Then we're on?


Call Kevin and tell
him to be here at 8:00.

Yeah. Yeah. Yeah!

This morning was like
any other on Oahu.

A beautiful woman named
Christie DeBolt had hired me to,

uh, play games
with her sister Louise.

She said games. I would have said helping
a rich girl live out her fantasies.

Okay, so it wasn't
like any other morning,

but one has to be ready
to expect the unexpected.

At any rate, I wasn't gonna
let it affect my workout.

Hi, guys.

I'd never seen a
black orchid before,

although technically they can't
exist, you know.

The box doesn't have the
florist's name on it...

What do you see in that geek?

What are you, blind?
The man is terminally gorgeous.

- He's a "wuz."
- Please.

You have a major case of jealousy.

Of what? The guy talks like
he's been sucking helium,

and he giggles like a girl.

The only thing that matters
is that he's sensitive,

and he understands
the needs of a woman.

And what makes you such an
expert on a woman's needs, runt?

Knowledge by gender, jerk.



if you had a guy that,

like... you know, he liked you,

what would he have to do to, uh...

- You know.
- I'm 11.

I don't have to deal with
that teenage mating ritual crap.

But I'll tell you one thing.
You wouldn't be the school joke.

Hey, you creep, I was watching that!

I'm not gonna stay here
and put up with your garbage!

Tell Mom I'm going to
Anita's to watch TV.

Wait a minute.
Wait a minute.

You didn't tell me
you were goin' out tonight.

Yeah, sure I did.

Remember last night I said me and the
guys were gonna go see Raiders again?

- I'm cold.
- Yeah, okay, okay.

Um, I don't want you
goin' out tonight.


- It's too late to be goin' out.
- It's not even 8:00!

And what about Susan?

You know, she's over at Anita's
watching TV, and she's only 11.

- Anita's? Where's Anita's?
- Next door.

- Are you okay, Mom?
- He's not our mommy.

Have you ever considered
taking her to a baby shrink?

I'm not a baby.

Okay, a dwarf shrink.

Look, Mom, I gotta go, or I'm gonna
miss the rock rolling out of the cave.

I said no.

- Kevin...
- I'm going to my room! Is that okay?

I just thought maybe
you could stay down with us and...

No! Thanks!

Sam, what's a dwarf?

Sam, Mommy sings me songs.

I... I don't know any new songs. Honest.


Couldn't ya... Couldn't ya just kind of
just fall asleep yourself without a song?

♪ Four and four are eight ♪

- Where have you been?
- Just go turn down the stereo, will ya?

I'll sing you to sleep, honey.

♪ Inchworm ♪
♪ Inchworm ♪

♪ You and your arithmetic ♪

♪ Will probably go far ♪

♪ Inchworm ♪
♪ Inchworm ♪


Come on! Come on!

God, Sam, I never really
wanted to have kids...

- Kevin's gone.
- What?

He wanted to go out earlier.

Wanted to go to the movie with
his friends. I wouldn't let him go.

Yeah, but he... Oh, he left the stereo
on, and he probably went out the window.

- I would have done the same thing.
- I forced him to run away.

No, you didn't. Why?
Telling him he couldn't go?

No, no. It's those buddies of his.
They've got the thumbscrews on him.

- Jackie Arnett.
- That's it.

- I'm gonna ask Ziggy for her address.
- Uh, what about Teresa?

Uh, I'll stay here and keep an eye
on her till you get back with Kevin.

You're a hologram.
What if something happens?

- Uh...
- Oh. Uh, Susan's next door.

I'll go get her, and I'll call Rafaella to
have her come over, all right?

Okay, good. And I'll catch up
with you when Rafaella gets here.

You know, it... it was, uh,

real nice of you
to invite me over, Jackie.

Look, Kevin,
you don't have to be nice to me.

You don't even have to
talk to me if you don't want to.

We could just get started.

Well, what about your parents?

At the Davenports.
It's their bridge night.

So, we're alone until at least 11.

- Why are you doing this?
- Doing what?

Well, I mean...
I mean, you know me...

Well, I mean,

do you even really like me?

Not that you wouldn't like me
if you got to know me better.

Does it matter?

It does to me.

Why don't you just go over there
and take your clothes off,

and I'll put another tape in.

It's okay.

Take 'em off.


I, uh...

I don't know what to do.


are you a virgin?

Uh, virgin?


I'd really like to know.

- Yes.
- Micro Man's a virgin!

"I don't know what to do."

He said he didn't know what to do.

- "I'm a virgin."
- Kevin!

Oh, Virgin Man.
Where you goin', Virgin Man?

- Hey, Virgin Man!
- Where you goin', buddy?

What's the matter?
Did you get embarrassed?

Kevin! Kevin, come back!

Hey, micro-stud,
come on back. I'll tell you what to do!

Virgin Man, where you goin'?
Where's your sense of humor, buddy?

He lost it.

Yo, wimp.
Guy's a major wimp.

Man, it was good!

I can't believe you made me do that!

- Hey, what's your problem, huh?
- That was really cruel!

- It was great!
- Didn't you see how freaked out he was?

Oh, do I detect
the pangs of remorse?

You said he'd think it was funny.

So he doesn't have
a sense of humor.

He will after we tell
the whole school.

- No!
- Hey, I think she likes him.

Well, he's got a lot more
going for him than you losers.

Hey, get your nose
out of the clouds and get real.

- You're just as guilty as the rest of us.
- Guilty of what?

Guilty of what?

It was supposed to be a joke, Mrs.

- Where's Kevin?
- I don't know. He rode off on his bike.

- He sure did.
- Kevin's not here?

- Rode off on his bike.
- Yes, ma'am.

- Where would he go?
- He probably went straight home.

When Kevin disappeared,
his bike was found abandoned on Bell Road.

- Where's Bell Road?
- Two blocks to the right.

Mrs. Bruckner, I'm sorry.

Tell Kevin.

Man, with a mother like that
I'd still be a virgin too.

You are still a virgin, pimple-puss.

And you're gonna be a virgin
for another six years.

I tell ya.

Ziggy's tryin' to get a lock on him.

Think maybe he went back home?

No, I don't think so.

They obviously
embarrassed him pretty good.

I figure they must have
talked Jackie in...

- Uh-oh. Sam...
- I see it.

Ah! Okay. Here!
He's got him.

Uh, they're in a vehicle
three kilometers straight ahead of us.

Maybe... Maybe he hitchhiked.

No. No, he didn't.

It's a van.

Can't you make this thing
go any faster?

I got it on the floor.

We shouldn't be in a
stupid station wagon.

There it is.

Al, you think maybe, uh...

You think maybe you could center
in on Kevin just to...

- What?
- Just... Just to be with him.

But I can't do anything.
He won't even know I'm there.

I'll know.

Hang in there, kid.

Just hang in there.

You lay one hand on this kid,
you slime bag,

and I'll kill you.

I don't know how,
but I'll kill ya.

See, what'd I tell you, kid? It's just
like John Wayne comin' with the cavalry!

- Is Kevin all right?
- Yeah, he will be,

as soon as
you take care of these sickos.

What, there are two of 'em?

Yeah, there's two of 'em.

I know...

- I know this?
- Oh, yeah.

You know judo, you know karate,
you know, uh, uh, mui thai,

you know tae kwon do... Uh-oh.

Watch out for the knife, Sam.
It could be sharp.

All right!

Good moves.
You're better than Bruce Lee.

- Bruce Lee?
- Never mind.

We gotta get Kevin outta
here before these sickos wake up.


Mom! Mom!
I thought I'd never see you again!

I know.

You know, I wasn't runnin'
away, Mom. Honest.

I know that too.

- Let's go.
- Good idea.

Mom, how?

Girl Scouts.
Come on.

Girl Scouts?


I gotta go.

I know I treat you
like a turkey sometimes,

but... I'm real glad...

You know.

- Bye.
- Bye, Mom.

I... I don't know exactly what happened
at Jackie's last night, but, um...

Well, I got a pretty good idea.

Oh, boy.

I know it had
something to do with sex.

- Mom.
- It's not a dirty word, Kevin.

The guys... found out I'm a virgin.


They're gonna blab it
all over school.

- That's a tough one.
- You bet it is. I'm nearly 16.

I was a virgin when I was sixteen.

You're a girl.
You're supposed to be.


you know, it doesn't matter...

if you're male or female
when it comes to losing your virginity.

And... And there's no special age
when it has to happen,

but there should be a special reason.


When you love someone
so much that...

making love with them
is the most natural way of expressing it.

I never thought about it that way.

Yeah, well,

before that time comes, um,

there are some other things
we should talk about, okay?

Okay? I mean, you're 15,

and... you should just
give yourself a little time.


- Okay.
- I gotta go.

Yeah. Oh, here, leave that.
I'll get it.

Thanks, Mom.

- Okay.
- See ya.

Yeah. Yeah.
Have a good day.

- That was nicely done, Sam.
- You think so?

- Yeah.
- Why haven't I leaped?

Uh, because I'm having
such a great time with Teresa.

Uh, you'll probably leap
as soon as Kevin confronts his friends.

Your laundry's done.

Halfling's life is about to end.

Death by virginity.


I'm sorry.
Last night was stupid and mean,

and I wouldn't blame you if you
never wanted to talk to me again.

But I'd really, really like it if you'd
want to be my date for Mardi Gras.

Only if you don't wear heels.

Come on.

Ladies and gentlemen,
I give you Virgin Man.

You've gotta be kidding.



Busted by a jester.
How degrading.

You know, this means we're
gonna have to make him a wizard.

We can't give him ultimate power.

I don't think you guys,
uh, have a choice.

Kevin! Kevin! Kevin! Kevin! Kevin!

Kevin! Kevin! Kevin! Kevin!

Okay, now,
what do we call this one?

She's a little young, Al.

Um, Tyrannosaurus rex.

And this one?




How about this one?

- Um, diplodocus.
- Yeah.




your mommy's coming back.

- Mommy?
- Yeah.

Can you stay?


But I don't want you to go.

Well, I don't want to go.

But I'm gonna come back.
I don't know when,

but I'll come back.


I promise.

Play now. Play now.

- Come on. Come on.
- Go Jaguars!

Oh, boy.