Simon & Simon (1981–1989): Season 4, Episode 7 - Who Killed the Sixties? - full transcript

Aj helps an old girlfriend look for the killer of her brother after 20 years.

Can you remember that long ago?

How could I ever forget?

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I want you to make love to me.

She wants to get married.
She wants to have a family.

You are not to mention
the word marriage.

A.J., college is tough, man.

Supporting a
wife's even tougher.

He'll never wants
you as much as I do.

I want you to go
inside and bolt the door.

We got company.

Get down!

♪♪ [theme]

♪ All the leaves are brown ♪

♪ All the leaves are brown ♪

♪ And the sky is gray ♪

♪ And the sky is gray ♪

♪ I've been for a walk ♪

♪ I've been for a walk ♪

♪ On a winter's day ♪

♪ On a winter's day ♪

♪ I'd be safe and warm ♪

♪ I'd be safe and warm ♪

♪ If I was in L.A. ♪

♪ If I was in L.A. ♪

♪ California dreamin' ♪

♪ California dreamin' ♪

♪ On such a winter's day ♪

♪ Stopped into a church ♪

♪ I passed along the way ♪

♪ Well, I got down on my knees ♪

♪ Got down on my knees ♪

♪ And I pretend to pray ♪

♪ I pretend to pray ♪

♪ You know the
preacher likes the cold ♪

♪ Preacher likes the cold ♪

♪ He knows I'm gonna stay ♪

♪ Knows I'm gonna stay ♪

♪ California dreamin' ♪

♪ California dreamin' ♪

♪ On such a winter's day ♪

- [barking]
- [gasp]

May I help you?
Calm down, Marlowe.

Sorry about that. He's a
very selective watchdog.

Only barks at attractive women.

- Rick Simon.
- I know you.

It's been a long time.

I'll never forget the
night we had together.

We never had a night together.

And I've never forgiven you.

Right here in San Diego.

The summer before you went away?


Does A.J. know you're in town?

- No. Is he home?
- Come on inside.

I can't wait to see
the look on his face.

♪♪ [classical]

- [Supremes] ♪ Stop ♪
- Damn it, Rick!

♪ In the name of love ♪

♪ Before you break my heart ♪


Hello, A.J.

I can't believe it.

Hasn't changed a bit, has she?


Uh, what are you doing here?

Uh, I just came back to
close up the old house.

Mom passed away.

Oh, Anita, I'm sorry.

Can I, uh, get anybody a drink?

So how are you?

How have you been?
Where have you been?

What... Fill me in.

Well... I grew up.

They said my brother was killed

during the fighting
at the concert.

But this was Larry's ticket.

He never came back to get it.

So he couldn't have possibly
been at Balboa Park that night.

Someone must have
left his body there

to make it look that way.

Could have had an extra ticket.

He didn't.

The point is there
are a lot of ways

he could have gotten
into Balboa Park.

The point is it
was 20 years ago.

Not for me it isn't.

It's been with me
every day of my life.

Look, all I wanted to do

was pack up our old things
and get the house sold.

But ever since I
found the ticket,

I can't think of anything else.

I haven't been able to sleep.

Anita, now come on.

Don't do this to yourself.

Nothing in the world is
going to bring Larry back.

You know, when it happened...

I kept waiting for someone
to explain it to me...

The police, my parents, God.

No one could.

Changed my life, A.J.

You of all people know

how much I changed
after Larry was killed.

Nothing was ever
the same for me...

For us.

If there's any chance

of finding out who
killed my brother,

I have to try.

First thing we'll do is
go over the police reports

and review any physical evidence

they may have in the
vaults after all these years.

Then we'll try and
retrace his steps.

What... What are
you laughing at?

I don't... You, I don't know.

I just feel like I'm meeting
you for the first time

- all over again.
- [horn honks]

Yeah. I know.

Hey, you were
supposed to grow up

to be Perry Mason.

Yeah. Instead, I turned
out to be, uh, um...

oh, what's his name,

the guy that always
showed up in court at the end

- with the evidence. Uh...
- Paul...

- Paul Drake!
- Yes.

You remember when
you were their age?


You wanted to be
a lawyer so much.

You wouldn't let anything
stand in your way.

Not even me.

♪ Ah ♪

♪ I love the colorful
clothes you wear ♪

[young Anita]
Get rid of this stuff.

♪ And the way the sunlight
plays upon your hair ♪

[young A.J. laughing]

- What are we doing here?
- I don't know.

My parents won't be home.

Party's at Tim's house.

They going to be gone all night?

They're in Germany.

And they left you
all by yourself?

What are they, crazy?

They trust me.

They're crazy!

And they left a whole
closet full of beer.

You don't think they'll
notice what's missing?

Trust me, Margo. You don't think

of those kinds of
things after Germany.

♪ The Name Game ♪

♪ Charlie ♪

♪ Charlie Charlie Bo Barley ♪

♪ Banana-fana fo Farley ♪

Hi. Dollar's worth
of regular, please.

Uh-oh, Anita.

Old boyfriend surfacing
off the starboard bow.

Well, look who's here.

I don't want to
talk to you, Carl.

You really think you're
something, don't you, Anita?


[Tim] Hey, A.J. stay in the car.

- What did you say?
- Just stay in the car.

I'm talking to you. What
did you say, huh? Huh?

Now come on, guys, let's
just talk this over, okay?

Come on, let's just work it out.

Come on, A.J., this is silly.


- Oh!
- Let's take him in the back!

Come on, man,
flop it. Let him go!

Let him go!


[young Rick] A.J.

Just happened to be driving by.

Thought you might
need a little help.

Don't have anything
to do with you, Rick.

You got a problem
with my brother,

you know you got
a problem with me.

Forget it.


Apologize to the lady.


I don't think she heard you.

I'm sorry.

Hey-hey. Hey, Paz.

- How are you?
- Good, my man. What it is?

- Hey.
- Kid, you are going
to have to learn

when and where
to pick your fights.

They were about
to leave your brains

on the pavement out here.

I tried to tell him that, Rick.

Hey, you all right?


Where you been?

Uh, me and Paz been
out on the road, you know,

looking for America.

- Yeah?
- It wasn't there.

Thank you.


maybe we'll get
lucky this afternoon.

I mean, you know,

sometimes it takes
days to find a lead,

and when a case is this old...

You might not
find a lead at all.

No. I mean, it's not that.

I just... Sometimes it
takes longer than normal

- to do the digging.
- I happened to be driving by.

I thought you might be
able to use some help, A.J.

Well, look who's here!

Ha ha! Hey!

Hello, Carl.

Man, just like old times.

Anita, you look terrific.

- Hey.
- Hey. How are you?

Hey! I see your names
in the paper sometimes.

You guys made it uptown, huh?

That's good.

I don't see you in this
neighborhood anymore, though.

Well, uh, most of our
friends moved away.

Not me. Ha ha.

Well, the neighborhood's
been good to me, though.

Hey, can you believe
it? I own this place.

And I supply auto parts
up and down the coast.

That's terrific.

So, uh, what brings
you here, Anita?

A.J. and Rick are
trying to help me

find out who killed my brother.

Oh. After all these years?

Yeah. Uh, we
better get back to it,

if you're all paid up, A.J.

Uh, no, as a
matter of fact. Um...

That's okay. This one's on me.

- Oh.
- Old times' sake.

Well, thank you.

Anita, how long are
you going to be around?

- I...
- I know the best lobster in town.

I don't know yet,
Carl. Can I call you?


Hey, any time you need gas.

Ah. Thanks, Carl.

What was that all about?

Girl I used to know and
a couple of private eyes.

Been asking a lot of questions
around the neighborhood.

Somebody looking for
their stolen Mercedes?

No. Those guys are
more dangerous than cops.

Keep an eye on them.

What about the girl?

Yeah. Keep track of
her and the blond guy.

I haven't seen
her in a long time.

Makes you realize how
much things have changed.

Yeah. You're not poor anymore.

- Hi.
- Hi, honey.

I thought you had your bowling
league dinner dance tonight.

Chuck has the flu bug,
and I need an escort.

Oh, I can't. I'm
sorry. I have a date.

Rick have any plans?

No. Nothing.

He's just planning to
stay home and watch TV.


Going out with Liz tonight?

No, as a matter of fact.

Anita. Remember her?

Oh, yes. After she ran away,
I got to know her mother.

Uh, I heard Anita's
had a terrible time of it.

She had a drug
problem, you know.

A lot of people have
had drug problems

in this country, Mom.

It doesn't mean a thing.

Well, I'm only saying
she's not particularly stable.

Oh, come on, Mom.

Give me a break.

Isn't her brother the one

who organized the
sit-in at the Naval base

that commissioned
the Polaris submarine?

But Anita's not
like her brother.

She's normal. She
wants to get married.

She wants to have a family.

You are not to mention
the word marriage

in this house until you're 24

and a graduate of law school.

Oh, come on, Mom.

- [Mom] You're back.
- Mm-hmm.

Take your hat off in the house.

Where'd you get it?

I won it in a crap game
with Zulu Montana.

Nice of you to let us
know where you were.

[Rick sighs]

Eh, looks better on you.

[Imitating John Wayne]
Well, you can't put a man's hat

on a boy's head, pilgrim.

- Aw.
- Hey. Watch yourself.

- Watch yourself now.
- Ho! Ho!

[Rick] What's for dinner?

- Liver.
- Yetch.

I thought something
died in the kitchen.

Oh, what is that wonderful
scent from the kitchen?

That... is liver and onions.

Oh, my favorite. You remembered.

- Yep.
- Oh, this is just fabulous.

Thank you. I don't
even want to tell you

how much better a
cook you are than I am.

Well, I love cooking...

You know, when I have the time.

Well, go on.

You were telling me
about San Francisco.

Oh, yeah.

It got old in a hurry
in Haight Ashbury.

None of us stayed
in one place too long.

I was in Chicago in '68.

Ooh. That was something.

And Woodstock.

Want to hear something funny?


I was jealous.

Oh, come on. A.J. Simon had
a secret wish to turn hippie?

Well, I just
remember thinking...

Feeling that I was on
the outside looking in.

I was missing something
important and exciting.

I compromised by growing
my sideburns down to here.


- I looked silly.
- Oh, I'll bet.

You didn't have
to agree with me.

Oh, A.J., you were so lucky.

I ended up wandering
through every lost cause

that jumped up in
the last 20 years.

Ban the Bomb, the McCarthy
and McGovern campaigns.

But you made a difference.

I mean, the struggles
of people like you

helped change this country.


But not once during
all those years...

not once...

was I ever as happy
as I was with you.

[Man] Do not turn
your back on me!

Come back here! You're
not going out that door.

Do you understand?
Do you understand?

You're not going out that door!

Are you listening to me?

- Oh.
- Hi. Tim?

Hey, look at you guys!

- Look at you.
- How are you?

- Hey, you're looking great.
- Give me a hug.

Margo's dying to
see you, you know?

Oh, great, great.

Oh, yeah. You saw my kid, huh?

Hey, what can you
think about these kids?

I don't know what the hell's
gotten into them these days.

- Come on back and see Margo.
- Okay.

Aah! Oh, my God!

Oh, God, it's so
good to see you.

When I heard your
voice on the phone...

You look beautiful.

- Oh.
- Oh, look at him!

- Hi.
- How are you?

Oh, just fine, just
fine. Good to see you.

He's, uh, actually not
a bad kid, you know.

He's quick. He's really quick.

Our... Our group therapist
he'll outgrow this stage.

- Oh, yeah.
- We're just not sure

that I'm going to
survive it, though.

So, uh, Anita tells me
you two never got married.

- No, uh...
- No, no, no.

- Never did.
- Me, either. Didn't...

Uh, Anita says
you guys saw Larry

the morning
before he was killed.

Uh, we were picking
Anita up to go to the beach.

He was just leaving.

Did he say anything
about his plans for the day,

I mean, that you might remember?

We asked him about
going to the concert.

He was in a hurry. He
didn't have much to say.

Wait a minute. There was some...

Something about a newspaper.

Larry had a friend

who published an
underground paper...

Mike Webb.

Was this a guy with
long, stringy hair,

wore granny glasses,

went to jail for wearing
the American flag

on his read end?

Larry helped me out a
lot with the newspaper.

We used to talk until
dawn about this country.

The changes we wanted?

No. The changes we demanded.

♪♪ [disco]

Let me tell you guys something.

I'm still worried
about this country.

This country is falling apart.

That's why I got
into the fitness game.

- Thrust out.
- That's Betty Blake.

- She work for you?
- She's my wife.

She... Didn't she just set
some kind of a sales record

for those video cassettes?

And our book is in
its eighth printing.

Our Betty Blake Health
Spas are in 32 states,

and we've got a new hot tub
design coming out in the fall.

Harry, did you
check the lighting?

Betty keeps moving
out of her key

on her pelvic thrusts.

- Incredible, isn't she?
- [Rick] Mm-hmm.

Met her at the March
On Washington in '69.

Uh, Mike, tell me.

Can you think of anything else

that Larry might
have said or done

that could give us
some kind of a lead?

Just picked up some
copies of the newspaper.

We were going to hand
them out at the concert.

I don't think he
was feeling too well.

Why? Why do you say that?

The way he was acting.

In fact, I think he even said

he'd just come from the doctor.

Would his doctor
still be around?

Dr. Abels. He treated
the whole family.

It shouldn't be
too hard to check.

Only one other guy might have
known where Larry was going...

A black kid named Paz.

Paz? Rode a Harley?

Yeah. Yeah, that's him.

How does he figure into this?

Well, he was looking to publish

some of the things he'd
written about on the road.

I printed some of his articles.

He was there same
time Larry was.

They talked a little.

I was on the road with him.

I didn't know he was a writer.

Yeah, yeah. Damn good one, too.

You know, I haven't seen
him since that summer.

His folks moved out of
town while I was away.

I... have no idea
where we could find him.

I do.

Uh, you guys mind?

I'd kind of like to
see him alone first.


Hello, Paz.

- Anita.
- Hmm?

I want you to go
inside and bolt the door.

We got company.

I spotted the same car behind us

on the way to Tim and Margo's.

Go on, Anita. Get inside.

You'll call and let
me know you're okay?

- [Rick] Yeah.
- [A.J.] Of course.

You got it.

Okay, let's pull a
little double reverse

and follow him home.
See where he takes us.

You got it. See if we
can catch the license plate

as we go by.

All right. She's in.

You recognize him?

No, but I got a
good look at him.




[Woman] Oh, are you all right?

[A.J.] Well, we checked
out the license plate.

Naturally enough, the
car turned out to be stolen.

Then, on top of that,

Dr. Abels says
he didn't see Larry

the day he was killed.

Well, then we're right
back where we started.

Oh, no, not really.

At least we know

we've triggered
some special interest

somewhere along the way.

We just didn't notice when.

Tomorrow Rick
and I will go back,

and we'll go over the territory

we've already covered.

See if we can figure out
what it was we missed.


Turn off the motor.

Let's just sit here a while.

[motor stops]

This is not the kind of place

where I normally bring a client

for a business meeting.

Can you remember that long ago?

How could I ever forget?

Then close your eyes.

Close your eyes, and
we'll be there again.

- Anita...
- We will, I promise.



- A.J.
- Yes?

I think I'm in love with you.

But I don't want to be.


You know how I feel about you.

But you're leaving.

Anita, it's just college.

I'll be home on the holidays,

and I'll write you every day.

But I want to be with
you all the time, A.J.

I've never felt
like this before.

♪ You don't know
how many times ♪

♪ I wished that I had told you ♪

♪ You don't know
how many times ♪

♪ I've wished that
I could hold you ♪

♪ You don't know how
many times I've wished... ♪

A.J., take me with you.

You don't have to marry me.

I... I wouldn't do that.

I respect you.

I love you, Anita.

- A.J.
- Hmm.

- A.J.
- Mm.

Have you ever... Have
you ever made love?

♪ share your dreams ♪

♪ That I am not
gonna be the one ♪

♪ To share your schemes ♪

I want you to make love to me.

♪ That I am not
gonna be the one ♪

♪ To share what
seems to be the love ♪

♪ That you could cherish ♪

♪ As much as I do yours ♪


Maybe there can be
something between us again,

but this is happening too fast.

I'm going to take you home.

[no audible dialogue]

Well, I wish I could
be more help, fellas.

I've told you everything
I can remember.


Thanks anyway.

Uh, you don't suppose
that Tim might...

- Is Tim here?
- No. He's not here.


Our son left us
a note last night.

He said he's going
off to join the Circus.

The Dead Circus.
It's a punk rock group.

- Oh.
- Tim went to bring him home.

- I'm sorry.
- Oh, no. Don't be.

Somehow, this family survives.

Hasn't always
been easy, but... Ah.

I wouldn't change
anything I've done in my life.

Oh, listen, Margo, would you
by any chance know somebody

who could have been driving
a silver 300 ZX yesterday?

Doesn't matter.


I hope everything
turns out all right

for you and Tim and the boy.

Funny how things turn
out sometimes, isn't it, A.J.?


I had the same choice
to make that Anita did.

I just...

Just couldn't bring
myself to do it.

So Tim and I got married.

I'm sorry. What choice?

Abortion. It was
still illegal then,

and I was... I was
sca... You know... I...

You didn't know.

I just assumed Anita told you.

After all, you were the father.

It's true.

I had it done a
month after Larry died.

Why didn't you tell me?

How dare you not include me?

I decided not to
ruin your future

by forcing the issue.

Besides, I'd already
made my plans

to go to San Francisco.

I would have wanted that baby.

I'm sorry, A.J.

It's a long time ago.

- It's just...
- What?


I can't help thinking
how it might have been.

I wonder how it could be now.

I love her, Rick.

Getting that serious, huh?


- Hey, Rick.
- Mm-hmm.

Lots of people go to
college while they're married,

don't they?

College is tough, man.

Supporting a
wife's even tougher.

How you figure on doing both?

You don't think Mom
would help pay for any of it?



You can always ask her,

once she's regained

If it's real, Anita
will wait for you.

Yeah, but I want her to know
how serious I am about her.

Well, getting married
might accomplish that.

All right, look. Tell you what.

Just ask her to wait
for you a couple of years

so you can get a good
running start in college, okay?

She ought to love
you enough to do that,

especially if you get
her a nice present.

An engagement
ring would show her

how serious I am.


I could even loan
you enough bread

to help make a down payment.

I ain't going to need a lot
of money where I'm going.

Where are you going?


Ever been to Canada?

You going to Canada?


I, uh...

got my notice a
little while back.

That's why I took off.

Wanted to get up north
and see what was happening.

There's a lot of guys
moving up there, you know,

dodging the draft.

Really taking a
stand, some of them.

I sat with them,
listened to them, uh...

Somehow, all I could
hear was Dad's voice,

that time he told us

about all those faded
World War II medals

in that old foot
locker in the attic.

I couldn't stay in Canada, A.J.

I figure if I'm going to
go to a foreign country,

it'll be in a uniform.

Might as well be
in one that fits.

Hitched up with the Corps.

Going to be a Marine.

I'll be back, kid.

I promise I'll be back.

[knock on door]



Uh, can I come in for a minute?

Sure, Carl.

I was just wondering if you
were having any luck with...

Well, you know, Larry.

Oh. No. Not much.

Well, uh, I... I'd like to help

in any way, if I could.

I appreciate that, Carl,

but I don't think we're going to
pursue it much longer anyway.


Look, Anita, um...

I'd like to see you around
sometime, if I could.

I can't, Carl. I'm sorry.

No, look.

I know how we left things.

But I've changed.

Anita, if you'd just give
me a chance to show you.

I believe you, Carl.

And under any
other circumstances,

I'd take you up on it.

It's A.J. again, isn't it?


He'll never want
you as much as I do.

No one could.

You may be right, Carl,

but I'm in love with him.

Yeah, well, okay. Um...

Doesn't work out,
you know where I am.

Uh, Carl.

Did you, uh...

Did you ever tell anyone
you got me pregnant?


No, that's the last thing
I'd want anybody to know.

Why? Did you?



I'm glad we're friends again.

Bye, Anita.

Anita, I hate to give it
up right in the middle.

Yeah, I...

Yes, I understand it.

Let me talk it over
with Rick, all right?

I'll talk to you later.


She wants to drop the case.

She wants to let go of the past.

Nothing wrong with that.


You know, A.J., we
don't have much to go on.

I mean, a game of tag with a ZX,

unanswered question
about a doctor's appointment.

That's... Of
course I'm with you,

if you want to play it out.

I don't know.

We should just let the
poor kid rest in peace.


Hi, Julie.


What's happening?

What's going on?

Larry's dead.


Please, everyone.

Please go home.

My parents and I appreciate

that you've come to
offer your sympathies,

but please go now.


I'm sorry.

A.J., can I talk to you later?

- Sure.
- I'm so tired.

I understand.

- I just need to be alone.
- Oh, yeah.

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you is worth savin' ♪

♪ Then you better
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♪ Or you'll sink like a stone ♪

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[sound stops]

What's wrong, A.J.?

I don't know.

I'm not prepared
to handle all this.

Maybe Mom was right about Anita.

Are you kidding?

She's beautiful. She's exciting.


Everything I want in a girl.

Certainly a lot more
interesting than Liz.

Let's just leave Liz
out of this, all right?


You've gotten
conservative in your old age.

What do you mean, my old age?

I'm young.

Well, you know, uh,

maybe somewhere between
young and middle-aged, but...

I never trust anybody over 30.

Why don't you loosen up?

I mean, you're
always so uptight.

Take off the jacket and the tie.

I happen to like
wearing a jacket and tie,

thank you very much.

Fine by me.

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Let's go.

I take it we're
still on the case?

How many kinds of doctors
besides the family doctor

do we see every year?

[phone rings]

This is Carl.

Yeah, well, are
they off the case?

Doctors? What kind of doctors?

No, no, no, no. Listen to me.

You got to let me
know right away

if they go anywhere near,
uh, a woman gynecologist...

On Clairmont Avenue.

Name is, uh... Name is Hackett.

So we've been checking
with all the specialists

that Dr. Abels referred
Larry's family to.

I realize you only
treated Larry's mother...

No, I was Anita's
gynecologist, too.

Matter of fact,
that is the reason

her brother Larry came
to see me that day.

He was here?

Apparently, he'd, um,

accidentally seen
some kind of report

that we had sent to Anita.

He was very upset.

I told him that I
could not discuss

the patient's personal case,

even though she was his sister.

He hadn't told her
that he was coming.

Well, seeing as how
it was so long ago,

uh, could you possibly
give us an idea?

I'm afraid not, not without
the patient's permission.

It's all right. I already know.

She was pregnant.

Anita was already
pregnant. That's true, isn't it?

Doctor, you don't know
how important this is to me.

If Larry came here the
day that he was killed,

then I couldn't
possibly be the father.

There wasn't time.

I'm sorry.

You'll have to ask her.




I was serious when I told
you how much I cared for you.

But now I don't have any choice.

What are you
talking about, Carl?

Rick and A.J.!

They found your gynecologist!

Now she's going to tell them

that your brother
Larry was there

on the day he died.

That's impossible. Larry
didn't know I was pregnant.

Yes, he did!

He talked to your doctor!

He told me so.

He came to the station,

and he told me he knew
I had to be the father.

What was I going to do about it?

He picked up a
wrench. He swung at me.

I grabbed the wrench. I hit him.

Hit him too hard.

You killed him?

You killed my brother?

Killed him! You killed him!


Carl, Carl, please.

Dr. Hackett never knew
you were the father.

She can't tell them anything.

I know.

You're the only one who can.

I think we got to figure

that Larry was upset enough

to confront whoever
got her pregnant.


Well, only Anita will
know that for sure.

You think she'll tell
us the truth this time?

She'll tell me the truth.

[doorbell rings]

She said she'd wait for me here.

- Anita?
- Wait up. Easy.



[muffled screams]

Simple and quick.

I don't want her to suffer.

There's Carl.

A.J., the BMW. That's
the guy that was tailing us.

Out of the car!

- Out!
- [muffled cries]

Hands on top of your head.


[Woman gasps]


Get down! Get down!

Come on, Carl! Give it up!

Get down.

I'm sorry, A.J.

Why did you lie to me
about getting you pregnant?

I wanted it to be you.

After all these years,

I'd almost come to
believe it was you.

And when I came back

and I saw that the feeling
between us was growing again,

and when you found
out about the pregnancy,

it just seemed to bring
us closer together.

Everything was just
the way it used to be.

Nothing can ever be
the way it used to be.

We're not the same people.


We've all changed too much.

I'm staying 17. I'm
never going to grow up.

[Rick laughs]

♪ I could leave today ♪

Yeah, you will.

I won't.

You will.

Nope. That's a promise.

♪ California dreamin' ♪

♪ On such a winter's day ♪

♪ California dreamin' ♪

♪ On such a winter's day ♪

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