Atypical Season 1 Episode script 4

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Atypical (2017)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 4
"A Nice Neutral Smell"

Created by

Robia Rashid

Written by

Robia Rashid
Dennis Saldua
Ava Tramer
Michael Oppenhuizen
Jen Regan

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S01-Ep.04: "A Nice Neutral Smell"

When a classmate shows interest in him, Sam makes a list of pros and cons to see whether she’s girlfriend material. Casey gets a prestigious offer.

TRANSCRIPTION

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Eggs.

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We need eggs.

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[Nick sighs]

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Eggs!

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[woman]
Welcome to Valley Marketplace,

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where we always treat you like family,

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even if you're a cheating whore.

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Register seven is now open for business,

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just like Elsa Gardner's vagina.

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That will be 46.39.

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I cheated on my husband.

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Okay.

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Aren't you that one kid's mom?

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No.

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[crowd cheering]

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Gonna break that record, superstar?

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Don't jinx it.

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And yes.

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In nature, animals sprint at top speed

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when escaping a predator.

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I don't know why Casey does it.

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Oh, crap. That Nelly Gutierrez
from Clayton Prep is running today.

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I was hoping she'd still be hurt.
Young bones heal too fast.

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[phone buzzing]

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[Sam] Because humans are weak and slow,
we can't outrun anything.

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-Who's calling you?
-Luisa from group.

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Oh!

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Sugar. I'll be right back.

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-[man] Girls 400 meter.
-The race is starting!

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'll be right back.

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Let's go, sweetie!

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Let's go, Case!

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[Sam] Few people know the deadliest
man-killer is not a large beast,

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like a lion or a tiger or cheetah.

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[man] Set.

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[starting pistol fires]

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[Sam] It's a small annoying one
that's impossible to outrun--

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the mosquito.

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[gasps] Oh.

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-Aah! What are you doing? Oh!
-Sam, what are you doing?

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Sam, let go.

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-What is happening?
-Let her go! Sam, let go!

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[screams]

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-[Sam] Ow! Ow!
-[Doug] Sorry. Aw, crap.

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-Sam, it's okay. Hold on.
-Whoa.

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Put pressure on it.

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Let's go to first aid. Sorry.

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Oh, Jesus. [sighs]

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[cheering]

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Yes!

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-[Briggs] Yes!
-You broke the record!

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Yes!

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-You broke the record!
-I'm good at my job!

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Not the teaching history part,
but this-- yes!

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[laughing]

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[Briggs]
Good job. Good job.

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Yeah, man.

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How'd this happen?
Weren't you paying attention?

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I was watching the race,
and everything happened so fast.

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And I was watching the race...

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I can't believe that I hurt my own kid.

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Okay, sweetie. You couldn't have predicted
he would grab that girl's ponytail.

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You would have.

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Probably.

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But, you know, it's my fault.

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I should have been there,
and I'm really sorry.

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-Hey, guys.
-Hey!

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-What did you think of the race?
-Great.

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You were so fast!
You were like a human car.

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-Yeah, vroom.
-Amazing.

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-You didn't see it. No.
-No, we didn't.

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-Sam had a major incident.
-He cut his hand.

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-He was very upset.
-Honey...

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I bought these with my own money,
so you can't have one. Please don't ask.

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Hey!

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I didn't ask.

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I feel like I keep messing up with you.

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It's okay. Don't worry about it.

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-Sam had a thing. I get it.
-Yeah. It was a bad thing.

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Mm-hmm.

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[woman]
He's sitting on the floor right now.

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So, I guess my hair did this,
and he grabbed it,

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and I couldn't even move...

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[school bell rings]

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Hi, Sam.

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I was actually just gonna ask you if...

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I can't hear you.
I'm wearing noise-canceling headphones.

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Oh, that's okay.

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[louder] I was gonna ask you
if maybe you wanted...

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You can shout all you want,
but I still can't hear you.

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These are top-of-the-line.

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Just-- Can you take them off 
for just a second?

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Hi. So I saw that we had
a biology test coming up,

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and... I don't know,
I was just thinking that maybe

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we could study together.

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Why would I want to do that?

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I'm getting an "A" in biology,
and you're getting an "A" minus.

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That wouldn't benefit me at all.

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Okay.

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[Julia] I just wanted to say thank you.

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Yes, they're beautiful,
but they still don't explain

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how a chocolate-covered strawberry
ended up in our living room.

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I did not!
That's not a snack you forget about.

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It's a fancy fruit!

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It's a sex fruit, Miles!

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Because you obviously bought them
for someone,

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and I want to know who.

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Thank you, again. I have to go.

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But we'll discuss this matter later.

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-Hi, Sam.
-Someone sent you flowers.

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-Was it Miles?
-Yes.

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Why? Is it a special occasion?

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No, just to be nice.

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Well, if he wanted to be nice,

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he should've gotten you
your favorite flower-- ranunculus.

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Pretty flower, bad name.

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[chuckles]
I can't believe you've remembered that.

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So, how are you?

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The last time you were here,
we were talking about girls.

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How's it going with dating?

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Bad. Bad, bad, bad. [sighs]

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Most girls still completely ignore me,
even when I'm wearing a leather jacket.

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-Except Paige.
-Who's Paige?

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An annoying girl who's always bothering me
when I'm wearing my headphones,

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and she wants me to study with her
even though we're both getting "A"s.

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It sounds like she might like you.

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Oh.

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Well, I... I guess I should
make her my girlfriend then.

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You just said that she was annoying.

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Does that matter?

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Yes.

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You need to figure out
if you like her, Sam.

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How?

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Maybe get to know her a little better
and then weigh the pros and cons.

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That's what I did when I went
to the pet store to get a turtle.

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There was one with larger feet,

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but Edison was younger
with a more intricate shell pattern.

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But I'll never find a girlfriend
as good as Edison.

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You never know.

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This is gonna be good. I'm excited.

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You've tried to get me back
to this group for years.

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I'm glad you're coming.

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Me too.

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[sighs deeply]

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-What?
-Nothing.

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And I know it may seem silly
to be celebrating a 15-year-old

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making a three-word sentence,
but, honestly,

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it was one of the top-five moments
of my life.

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We had a pizza party.

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Okay, that is not silly at all.

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That is a huge breakthrough.

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You know, it is so easy for those of us
with higher-functioning kiddos

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to forget what it's like
for some of our other parents.

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Doug, it's nice to see you.
Do you have anything you'd like to share?

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I-- okay.

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[clears throat]

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Um...

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Yeah, I'm here because I want to continue
to work on my skills

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with our son Sam,

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who's one of the more
higher-functioning kiddos.

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Um... you know, we've been
getting along lately, and, um...

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we had a incident the other day...

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that was upsetting,

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at our daughter Casey's track meet.

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And Sam grabbed this girl's ponytail,

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and I honestly didn't know what to do.

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-Mm-hmm.
-And...

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And then this girl was screaming,
and my autistic kid was...

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Oh, Doug, so sorry. But we actually prefer
to use people-first language here.

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Okay.

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[stammering]
What?

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So, we don't say "autistic kid."

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We say "kid with autism,"

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person before diagnosis.

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He doesn't know that because it's just,
we don't do that at our house.

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So, it's really my bad.
We probably should.

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No, it...
I mean, I know it, but I just...

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-Anyway, it doesn't matter.
-No. Go, Doug.

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[all chuckle]

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You know,
the whole thing really threw me off

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because we'd been getting along well.

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And he's been seeing a therapist lately.

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And I felt like he was getting better.

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Oh, so sorry to interrupt you again,

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but, um,
there is no getting better in autism.

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It's a neurological condition,

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not a curable disease.

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So, that's the difference.

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He didn't mean that
in a negative way, Kathy.

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Of course not.
I just meant he's been a lot less...

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...you know, you know, "aah."

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What Doug means...
He means that Sam

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is having more success
using his replacement behaviors

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in response to environmental stimuli.

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Well, that is great news.

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Doug, would you like
to add anything else?

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No, I'm good. Thank you.

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Applause for Doug.

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It's really great that you came.

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[Sam] Julia says you shouldn't
jump into a relationship

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all willy-nilly.

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I looked up "willy-nilly" online,

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and it means reckless.

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So I decided to conduct
a brutal examination

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of Paige's pros and cons.

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I'm glad you changed your mind
about studying together.

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I mean, because it's very difficult
to find equally

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academically-motivated peers
these days.

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I don't usually talk when I study.

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Oh.

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Okay.

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[whispering] Silent studying it is.

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[chuckles]

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Oh! You know what I really like to do
when I'm studying?

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It helps me remember things.

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I like to make things into a rap,

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like world history.

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[rapping]
♪ When was the French and Indian War? ♪

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♪ Oh, that was 1754 ♪

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♪ Was it not 1763? ♪

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♪ Nah, that's when they signed
The peace treaty ♪

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-Are you writing stuff about me?
-Yes.

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Can I-- can I see it?

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No.

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[Elsa] I have a confession to make.

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I have missed your little faces.

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And your big face.

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So, I'm gonna make
a very special family dinner

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with all your favorite foods.

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Doug, apple pie à la mode.

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Yes! From scratch?

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Oh, yeah, from scratch.

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-Ah.
-Sam, chicken fingers.

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-From the box?
-From the box.

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And, Casey, bacon-wrapped figs.

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-I haven't eaten pork in two years.
-Then figs.

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Can my special dish be "not coming"?

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Nope. They were all out
of that at the market.

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It's tomorrow night,
so be there or be square.

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Sam, how's your arm? Is it okay?

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Yes, and you've asked me
that six times.

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It was fine then.
Why would it be different now?

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Honey, he seems okay.

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Stop beating up on yourself.

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You know?

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[gasps]

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Jesus! What's the matter with you?

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[stammers] Static.

249
00:13:23,802 --> 00:13:25,012
-Yeah?
-Yeah.

250
00:13:35,523 --> 00:13:36,357
Julia.

251
00:13:37,024 --> 00:13:38,734
Doug Gardner. I'm Sam's father.

252
00:13:38,817 --> 00:13:40,653
Oh! Hi, Doug!

253
00:13:40,736 --> 00:13:42,154
-We met before.
-Yeah, sorry.

254
00:13:42,238 --> 00:13:44,532
-I wasn't expecting to see anyone.
-That's okay.

255
00:13:44,615 --> 00:13:47,826
-This is my neighborhood hideout spot.
-Oh, yeah, you live around here?

256
00:13:47,910 --> 00:13:50,371
Yeah, I moved to the neighborhood
for these cookies.

257
00:13:50,454 --> 00:13:51,330
Well, they look good.

258
00:13:52,289 --> 00:13:54,250
Well, good to see you.

259
00:13:54,333 --> 00:13:56,627
Yeah. Hey, Doug?

260
00:13:56,710 --> 00:13:59,505
I just wanted you to know,

261
00:13:59,588 --> 00:14:02,508
and I don't think
I'm breaking any rules here...

262
00:14:02,591 --> 00:14:05,719
you've been really helpful
to Sam with dating stuff.

263
00:14:05,803 --> 00:14:06,929
So...

264
00:14:07,012 --> 00:14:10,182
I don't know,
just keep doing what you're doing.

265
00:14:10,933 --> 00:14:12,184
Oh, well, I'm trying.

266
00:14:12,268 --> 00:14:14,436
You know,
I had a rough couple of days.

267
00:14:14,520 --> 00:14:16,855
I actually went to Elsa's support group

268
00:14:16,939 --> 00:14:18,357
to try to talk,

269
00:14:18,440 --> 00:14:20,943
but they told me
that I was using the wrong words.

270
00:14:21,026 --> 00:14:23,237
Let me guess. They were big
on people-first language.

271
00:14:23,320 --> 00:14:25,573
Yeah, well,
it doesn't make a difference, right?

272
00:14:25,656 --> 00:14:28,909
I mean, he's still autistic.
Doesn't change how he is in the world.

273
00:14:28,993 --> 00:14:31,787
And how he is in the world
can make it hard sometimes,

274
00:14:31,871 --> 00:14:34,999
but I think it's important
to celebrate the small victories.

275
00:14:35,082 --> 00:14:37,793
That's a good point. I appreciate that.

276
00:14:38,294 --> 00:14:40,170
Hey, you want to sit?

277
00:14:40,254 --> 00:14:43,173
Sure. You planning
on finishing that cookie?

278
00:14:43,257 --> 00:14:44,383
No, go ahead.

279
00:14:45,801 --> 00:14:47,761
"Thick hair like arctic fox.

280
00:14:47,845 --> 00:14:49,138
Doesn't have braces.

281
00:14:49,221 --> 00:14:50,890
Was once on local news.

282
00:14:50,973 --> 00:14:53,100
Pronounces it 'ape-ricot.'"

283
00:14:53,183 --> 00:14:54,226
What the hell is this?

284
00:14:54,310 --> 00:14:58,355
I'm making a pros-and-cons list
to figure out if I like Paige.

285
00:14:58,439 --> 00:15:01,066
Oh. Let me just add one more thing.

286
00:15:01,150 --> 00:15:04,403
-Hey! Why'd you do that?
-There's only one list you need.

287
00:15:04,486 --> 00:15:06,322
She's a girl who wants
to touch your peen.

288
00:15:06,405 --> 00:15:07,531
That's not a list.

289
00:15:07,615 --> 00:15:10,618
Julia said I need
to figure out if I like Paige,

290
00:15:10,701 --> 00:15:12,536
if I'm gonna make her 
my practice girlfriend,

291
00:15:12,620 --> 00:15:13,704
so that's what I'm doing.

292
00:15:13,787 --> 00:15:15,623
Fine. How well do you know her?

293
00:15:15,706 --> 00:15:17,458
We mostly study in school.

294
00:15:17,541 --> 00:15:20,502
Ah. That's your problem.

295
00:15:20,586 --> 00:15:23,172
You're in a sterile,
controlled environment.

296
00:15:23,255 --> 00:15:25,090
You need to get her out into the world,

297
00:15:25,174 --> 00:15:26,884
see how she reacts
to the unexpected,

298
00:15:26,967 --> 00:15:28,427
throw her a few curveballs.

299
00:15:28,510 --> 00:15:30,346
You want me to throw balls
at Paige?

300
00:15:30,429 --> 00:15:32,598
No. Dude, come on... [sighs]
301
00:15:32,681 --> 00:15:34,308
You're so lucky you have me.

302
00:15:34,892 --> 00:15:37,770
I just think that you might have
graded this incorrectly,

303
00:15:37,853 --> 00:15:39,813
because I know that I learned it right.

304
00:15:40,773 --> 00:15:43,275
[rapping] ♪ Algebra is easy
It's purely mathematical ♪

305
00:15:43,359 --> 00:15:45,819
♪ To isolate the "X,"
You remove it from the radical ♪

306
00:15:45,903 --> 00:15:47,947
My mom and I have been working
on that all week.

307
00:15:48,572 --> 00:15:50,032
-Paige?
-Yeah?

308
00:15:50,115 --> 00:15:52,117
Would you like to hang out, not in school?

309
00:15:52,201 --> 00:15:54,703
[stuttering] Shut up.
Are you kidding me? Yes!

310
00:15:54,787 --> 00:15:57,456
Okay. Here's my address.

311
00:15:57,539 --> 00:16:00,417
I can't drive because
my natural instinct is to close my eyes,

312
00:16:00,501 --> 00:16:03,671
but you can take the bus to Churchill
and walk six blocks,

313
00:16:03,754 --> 00:16:05,714
or you can take an Uber if you're over 18,

314
00:16:05,798 --> 00:16:08,133
per their policy
I reviewed this morning.

315
00:16:08,217 --> 00:16:09,176
Okay.

316
00:16:09,259 --> 00:16:10,886
I need my lunch money.

317
00:16:14,264 --> 00:16:15,391
I asked a girl out.

318
00:16:15,474 --> 00:16:17,685
-Oh, I'm sorry.
-Why?

319
00:16:17,768 --> 00:16:18,936
I assume she said no.

320
00:16:19,019 --> 00:16:21,522
-No, she said yes.
-Really?

321
00:16:21,605 --> 00:16:22,648
Oh, I'm sorry for her.

322
00:16:27,861 --> 00:16:29,738
Coach Briggs, you wanted to see me?

323
00:16:29,822 --> 00:16:32,950
Yes. Gardner, this is Shelby Pines.

324
00:16:33,033 --> 00:16:35,452
She's the athletic director
of Clayton Prep.

325
00:16:36,662 --> 00:16:37,496
Hi.

326
00:16:37,579 --> 00:16:40,749
I saw your impressive win on Saturday.
You smoked the competition.

327
00:16:41,667 --> 00:16:43,293
Do you need me to pee in a cup?

328
00:16:43,377 --> 00:16:45,212
-[chuckles]
-No.

329
00:16:45,295 --> 00:16:46,338
No.

330
00:16:46,422 --> 00:16:49,049
Actually, I've been keeping tabs
on you for a while now.

331
00:16:49,133 --> 00:16:50,634
You're very strong in the 400,

332
00:16:50,718 --> 00:16:54,138
and the way you anchored that relay
tipped the scales for your team.

333
00:16:54,221 --> 00:16:56,849
There were four of us.
The other girls are really fast, too.

334
00:16:56,932 --> 00:16:59,977
Not like you. That's why Clayton Prep
would like to recruit you.

335
00:17:01,603 --> 00:17:05,524
Gardner, I think of you like a daughter...

336
00:17:05,607 --> 00:17:07,651
much to the chagrin of my real daughter,

337
00:17:07,735 --> 00:17:09,403
who can't run fast at all.

338
00:17:10,821 --> 00:17:13,657
I think you should at least
consider this opportunity.

339
00:17:19,872 --> 00:17:21,832
-They want to recruit you?
-Yeah.

340
00:17:21,915 --> 00:17:23,667
-Whoa!
-I know. It's crazy, right?

341
00:17:23,751 --> 00:17:26,295
-Yeah.
-Clayton is the best school in the state.

342
00:17:26,378 --> 00:17:29,465
And their girls go to Division I colleges
and the Olympics,

343
00:17:29,548 --> 00:17:32,801
and they had a girl that was in
a Nike commercial. She outran a tornado.

344
00:17:32,885 --> 00:17:34,178
Oh, wow.

345
00:17:34,928 --> 00:17:35,846
Yeah.

346
00:17:35,929 --> 00:17:39,016
But, I mean, really,
I'm not gonna go there.

347
00:17:39,099 --> 00:17:41,393
Like, that school's all rich and fancy.

348
00:17:41,477 --> 00:17:42,936
It's, like, it's so not me.

349
00:17:43,020 --> 00:17:44,730
Well, you know, good,

350
00:17:44,813 --> 00:17:47,107
'cause Clayton's like an hour away.

351
00:17:47,191 --> 00:17:48,859
-We'd never see each other.
-Yeah.

352
00:17:48,942 --> 00:17:51,904
And then you would miss me,
and then you'd be distracted,

353
00:17:51,987 --> 00:17:53,447
and you'd fail all your classes,

354
00:17:53,530 --> 00:17:55,532
and then, you know, you'd be homeless.

355
00:17:55,616 --> 00:17:58,660
And then I'd have to make Spam sandwiches
and deliver them to you

356
00:17:58,744 --> 00:18:00,537
at whatever bus stop you'd be living in.

357
00:18:01,622 --> 00:18:04,875
And, trust me, nobody wants that.

358
00:18:07,920 --> 00:18:09,129
You want to go, don't you?

359
00:18:09,213 --> 00:18:10,255
Shut up.

360
00:18:19,348 --> 00:18:21,642
Are your parents cool
with me coming to dinner?

361
00:18:21,725 --> 00:18:23,560
I'm pretty sure your dad hates me.

362
00:18:24,394 --> 00:18:25,854
Yeah, they're fine with it...

363
00:18:25,938 --> 00:18:27,147
'cause they don't know.

364
00:18:28,857 --> 00:18:29,942
Damn it, Casey.

365
00:18:30,025 --> 00:18:31,485
Hey, Mrs. Gardner.

366
00:18:31,568 --> 00:18:32,778
Evan.

367
00:18:33,403 --> 00:18:34,279
Wow.

368
00:18:34,363 --> 00:18:36,448
-What a nice surprise.
-Hey, hi. Yeah.

369
00:18:37,032 --> 00:18:38,492
We have cheese.

370
00:18:38,575 --> 00:18:40,285
Help yourself. And figs.

371
00:18:41,036 --> 00:18:42,496
Oh. Love figs.

372
00:18:42,579 --> 00:18:43,956
All kids do.

373
00:18:46,208 --> 00:18:48,377
Casey, this is a family dinner.

374
00:18:48,460 --> 00:18:50,838
I've been cooking all day.
This is important to me.

375
00:18:50,921 --> 00:18:53,549
Only you would invite someone
to a family dinner

376
00:18:53,632 --> 00:18:54,967
without even asking.

377
00:18:56,635 --> 00:18:58,220
Sam... and friends.

378
00:18:58,887 --> 00:19:00,973
-So many people!
-This is awesome.

379
00:19:01,056 --> 00:19:02,266
Zahid's my friend.

380
00:19:02,349 --> 00:19:04,101
Paige is just a girl from school.

381
00:19:04,852 --> 00:19:06,478
Come on in. You know the drill.

382
00:19:06,562 --> 00:19:07,563
I certainly do.

383
00:19:08,897 --> 00:19:11,733
So strong. Thank you. [clears throat]

384
00:19:11,817 --> 00:19:13,610
Well, it's very nice to meet you all.

385
00:19:15,279 --> 00:19:16,947
-Evan.
-Mr. Gardner.

386
00:19:17,030 --> 00:19:18,031
Dad.

387
00:19:18,949 --> 00:19:20,868
Why are we all saying each other's names?

388
00:19:20,951 --> 00:19:24,163
Guys, why don't you go sit on the sofa
and talk amongst yourselves?

389
00:19:24,246 --> 00:19:25,789
And I'll be there in a minute.

390
00:19:25,873 --> 00:19:31,086
Maybe tell an embarrassing story
about yourself that nobody else knows.

391
00:19:31,170 --> 00:19:34,256
We did that as an icebreaker
at Sam's camp last summer

392
00:19:34,339 --> 00:19:36,884
and, boy, were there some red faces.

393
00:19:36,967 --> 00:19:37,801
[Casey]
Okay.

394
00:19:42,514 --> 00:19:44,391
Ay, yai, yai. 
These kids are a pain in the ass.

395
00:19:44,474 --> 00:19:45,475
Did we make enough food?

396
00:19:45,559 --> 00:19:48,270
[chuckles] You are adorable.

397
00:19:48,353 --> 00:19:50,022
Yes, we did.

398
00:19:50,105 --> 00:19:52,733
Ah. I know you wanted
to have a small family dinner,

399
00:19:52,816 --> 00:19:54,860
but the good news is Sam has two friends.

400
00:19:55,527 --> 00:19:56,695
Sam has two friends.

401
00:19:56,778 --> 00:19:59,114
Julia says we got
to celebrate the small victories.

402
00:19:59,823 --> 00:20:01,074
You talked to Julia?

403
00:20:02,367 --> 00:20:04,828
No. But Sam always says
that she says that.

404
00:20:04,912 --> 00:20:08,624
-Yeah, I say stuff like that, too.
-I know. You say it better than her.

405
00:20:10,083 --> 00:20:11,043
Come here.

406
00:20:18,300 --> 00:20:20,427
-What are you wearing?
-A jacket, weirdo.

407
00:20:28,727 --> 00:20:30,437
-Take it off.
-Why? I'm cold.

408
00:20:30,520 --> 00:20:32,147
There are a lot of people here now.

409
00:20:32,231 --> 00:20:34,358
The room's gonna heat up.
I know Zahid runs hot.

410
00:20:36,235 --> 00:20:37,110
What?

411
00:20:38,946 --> 00:20:40,364
Here's what we're gonna do.

412
00:20:40,948 --> 00:20:43,075
A series of random
and unsynchronized tests

413
00:20:43,158 --> 00:20:45,994
to determine whether Paige has
what it takes to be your bae.

414
00:20:46,078 --> 00:20:49,414
I don't understand your methods, Zahid,
but I trust you.

415
00:20:50,165 --> 00:20:51,083
Check it.

416
00:20:54,628 --> 00:20:56,171
Hey, Paige, think fast.

417
00:20:57,589 --> 00:20:58,590
I'll get it.

418
00:20:59,174 --> 00:21:00,759
Subpar reflexes, dude.

419
00:21:00,842 --> 00:21:02,844
Physical prowess isn't important to me.

420
00:21:12,562 --> 00:21:14,147
My apologies, Casey.

421
00:21:14,231 --> 00:21:16,149
Hi. Could I use your powder room?

422
00:21:16,900 --> 00:21:19,319
Yeah, if you stop talking
like the queen of England.

423
00:21:19,903 --> 00:21:22,114
The one that flushes is upstairs.

424
00:21:22,197 --> 00:21:23,907
Oh, yeah, okay.

425
00:21:24,783 --> 00:21:25,909
[British accent] Cheerio.

426
00:21:28,912 --> 00:21:29,746
[mutters]

427
00:22:48,617 --> 00:22:49,576
[exhales]

428
00:23:04,466 --> 00:23:06,593
Something weird happened at school today.

429
00:23:06,676 --> 00:23:08,637
[sniffs] Why do you smell like smoke?

430
00:23:08,720 --> 00:23:10,847
-I don't know.
-No, your, uh...

431
00:23:11,598 --> 00:23:13,266
Your jacket reeks. [sniffing]

432
00:23:14,518 --> 00:23:16,812
You been...
You been smoking around my daughter?

433
00:23:16,895 --> 00:23:18,814
Cigarettes? No.

434
00:23:24,111 --> 00:23:27,280
What do you mean, "Cigarettes? No."?
You been smoking something else?

435
00:23:27,364 --> 00:23:30,242
-Dad.
-I'm sure it was someone else.

436
00:23:30,325 --> 00:23:32,285
I mean, everyone at that school smokes.

437
00:23:32,369 --> 00:23:34,413
It's like an episode of Mad Men.

438
00:23:34,496 --> 00:23:36,206
[chuckles]

439
00:23:38,041 --> 00:23:40,127
Maybe it's a little... a little doobage?

440
00:23:40,210 --> 00:23:42,170
Huh? Blunt? Kush?

441
00:23:42,254 --> 00:23:46,341
Since it's clearly, like, bothering you,
why don't we just-- honey?

442
00:23:47,050 --> 00:23:48,051
Sorry, what?

443
00:23:48,135 --> 00:23:49,427
We're just gonna take it off.

444
00:23:49,511 --> 00:23:51,388
What? What the hell are you doing?

445
00:23:51,471 --> 00:23:54,266
-Okay. Get this...
-[laughs]

446
00:23:54,349 --> 00:23:55,392
-Are you serious?
-Right.

447
00:23:55,475 --> 00:23:56,893
Yeah, much better.

448
00:23:56,977 --> 00:23:58,311
I like the smell of smoke.

449
00:23:58,395 --> 00:24:01,690
Reminds me of my Uncle Rashid
when he used to give me sips of his beer.

450
00:24:01,773 --> 00:24:02,774
He's got a Corvette.

451
00:24:03,483 --> 00:24:05,652
[sighs] Sorry to interrupt, everybody.

452
00:24:06,361 --> 00:24:09,447
Apparently, I kind of do that a lot.

453
00:24:09,531 --> 00:24:12,868
Some would even say it's one
of my worst qualities, so...

454
00:24:12,951 --> 00:24:15,495
So, anyway, Coach called me
into his office today--

455
00:24:15,579 --> 00:24:18,331
Mrs. Gardner, I was just gonna ask you
to pass the iced tea,

456
00:24:18,415 --> 00:24:21,501
but, you know,
I didn't want to sound bossy.

457
00:24:22,502 --> 00:24:24,838
[whispering] Brown Sugar...
Brown Sugar to Penguin,

458
00:24:24,921 --> 00:24:26,131
the hyena has the scroll.

459
00:24:26,882 --> 00:24:28,884
She knows.

460
00:24:28,967 --> 00:24:29,968
Is everything okay?

461
00:24:30,051 --> 00:24:32,387
Well, to be honest with you, no, it's not.

462
00:24:33,722 --> 00:24:36,224
I found the pros and cons list
that you made about me.

463
00:24:36,308 --> 00:24:38,018
No, he wouldn't do that, would you?

464
00:24:38,101 --> 00:24:39,477
I would, and I did.

465
00:24:39,561 --> 00:24:42,355
You wrote a burn book about the only girl
that's ever liked you?

466
00:24:42,439 --> 00:24:44,691
-That's hilarious!
-[chuckling]

467
00:24:44,774 --> 00:24:48,361
-What are you laughing at, Cheech?
-He did say you have very clean shoes.

468
00:24:48,445 --> 00:24:49,988
You've read it too, I see.

469
00:24:50,071 --> 00:24:52,199
How many people have you
showed this to, Sam?

470
00:24:52,282 --> 00:24:53,450
Oops, made it worse.

471
00:24:53,533 --> 00:24:56,912
Why would you make a list about Paige?

472
00:24:56,995 --> 00:24:59,831
To help me decide if I want her
to be my girlfriend or not.

473
00:24:59,915 --> 00:25:01,041
Girlfriend?

474
00:25:02,125 --> 00:25:05,503
Okay, I... I should probably go.

475
00:25:05,587 --> 00:25:08,423
This was a lovely dinner, though,
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner.

476
00:25:08,506 --> 00:25:10,592
So, um... thank you.

477
00:25:13,887 --> 00:25:15,305
-She's mad?
-Yes.

478
00:25:15,388 --> 00:25:16,723
-Yeah.
-Yeah.

479
00:25:33,406 --> 00:25:34,532
You're mad.

480
00:25:35,909 --> 00:25:38,036
Why would you write
that mean stuff about me?

481
00:25:39,371 --> 00:25:41,289
Well, I wrote good things, too.

482
00:25:41,373 --> 00:25:42,874
Oh, yeah.

483
00:25:44,417 --> 00:25:45,919
I mean, before I read your list,

484
00:25:46,002 --> 00:25:47,879
I didn't know I had a nice neutral smell,

485
00:25:47,963 --> 00:25:50,340
but, you know, I don't even care, Sam,

486
00:25:50,423 --> 00:25:54,010
that you're trying to decide
if you like me or whatever.

487
00:25:54,094 --> 00:25:56,388
I mean, I'm kind of trying
to do that about you, too.

488
00:25:56,471 --> 00:25:59,099
But you're not supposed
to write that stuff down.

489
00:25:59,891 --> 00:26:01,559
-Why not?
-I don't know.

490
00:26:02,477 --> 00:26:03,687
It's a rule.

491
00:26:04,354 --> 00:26:07,190
Well, now that I know it's a rule,
I won't do it again.

492
00:26:07,274 --> 00:26:10,151
And how did you read my list
when it's in my back pocket?

493
00:26:10,235 --> 00:26:11,486
I made an etching.

494
00:26:27,127 --> 00:26:28,044
What...

495
00:26:28,878 --> 00:26:29,921
Are you serious?

496
00:26:30,588 --> 00:26:31,715
Resourcefulness.

497
00:26:32,340 --> 00:26:33,550
That's a major pro.

498
00:26:33,633 --> 00:26:35,677
You have more pros than cons.

499
00:26:36,970 --> 00:26:38,388
Whoop-de-doo.

500
00:26:42,934 --> 00:26:45,687
Paige... I know I made you mad,

501
00:26:45,770 --> 00:26:47,605
but do you want to be my girlfriend?

502
00:26:50,066 --> 00:26:52,027
[sighing] Oh, my God.

503
00:26:54,988 --> 00:26:55,947
Yes.

504
00:26:56,614 --> 00:26:58,074
We've never met this girl.

505
00:26:58,158 --> 00:27:00,577
I never even heard
her name before-- Paige?

506
00:27:00,660 --> 00:27:02,495
-I have a little news.
-Big news.

507
00:27:02,579 --> 00:27:04,581
I mean, I knew he was interested in girls,

508
00:27:04,664 --> 00:27:06,750
but this is, you know, awfully fast.

509
00:27:06,833 --> 00:27:08,626
I'm being recruited.

510
00:27:08,710 --> 00:27:09,711
By Clayton Prep.

511
00:27:09,794 --> 00:27:13,798
Yeah, I guess they saw my last race,
and I don't know, they want me.

512
00:27:13,882 --> 00:27:15,550
Wow! Clayton?

513
00:27:15,633 --> 00:27:17,510
-Mm-hmm.
-That's huge.

514
00:27:17,594 --> 00:27:19,554
-Yeah, right?
-[Elsa] Wow.

515
00:27:19,637 --> 00:27:23,141
How far away is Clayton? I mean,
would you have to leave Newton?

516
00:27:23,224 --> 00:27:25,602
No, Mom, I love high school so much,
I'd go to both.

517
00:27:26,394 --> 00:27:28,813
No, they want me to start right away.

518
00:27:28,897 --> 00:27:30,023
What do you guys think?

519
00:27:30,106 --> 00:27:31,983
Wow. That's exciting.

520
00:27:33,485 --> 00:27:35,111
Yeah. [chuckles]

521
00:27:36,112 --> 00:27:38,531
-There's a lot to discuss.
-Yeah, for sure.

522
00:27:38,615 --> 00:27:40,241
We have to figure it out.

523
00:27:40,325 --> 00:27:42,952
I mean, you know,

524
00:27:43,787 --> 00:27:47,457
I'm sorry, honey, but I don't think
there's any way that this could work.

525
00:27:47,540 --> 00:27:51,378
I mean, we need you
at the same school as Sam, right?

526
00:27:51,461 --> 00:27:54,005
But we'll talk about it
when your friends aren't here.

527
00:27:54,089 --> 00:27:56,841
'Cause he doesn't have
a one-to-one aide anymore.

528
00:27:56,925 --> 00:27:58,468
And he relies on you heavily.

529
00:27:58,551 --> 00:28:00,136
So, I'm...

530
00:28:00,804 --> 00:28:03,681
-I don't know how it could happen.
-Yeah.

531
00:28:03,765 --> 00:28:05,433
-[Casey] Okay.
-We'll talk about it later.

532
00:28:05,517 --> 00:28:06,726
-Okay.
-Okay. Yeah.

533
00:28:10,105 --> 00:28:12,982
[Elsa] Zahid. That's an interesting name.

534
00:28:13,066 --> 00:28:14,192
Where are you from?

535
00:28:14,275 --> 00:28:17,070
Vermont. We moved here
when I was in the sixth grade.

536
00:28:17,153 --> 00:28:19,739
But we still head back every fall
to peep them leaves.

537
00:28:19,823 --> 00:28:21,157
I'm sorry, but, um...

538
00:28:21,241 --> 00:28:22,659
Whoa, why is he standing up?

539
00:28:22,742 --> 00:28:24,869
-Where are you going?
-You have two kids.

540
00:28:24,953 --> 00:28:25,870
Evan, don't.

541
00:28:25,954 --> 00:28:28,581
No, but you act like you have one.
And I get it.

542
00:28:28,665 --> 00:28:32,210
[stammering]
Sam's got a disability or whatever.

543
00:28:32,293 --> 00:28:33,795
But Casey broke a record.

544
00:28:33,878 --> 00:28:36,589
She did something cool,
and you guys didn't even see it.

545
00:28:36,673 --> 00:28:37,841
I mean, where were you?

546
00:28:38,633 --> 00:28:41,594
Now she's got a chance to go
to a fancy-ass school!

547
00:28:41,678 --> 00:28:43,471
Sorry for my language.

548
00:28:43,555 --> 00:28:46,474
But, I mean, I don't want her
to go three towns away, either,

549
00:28:46,558 --> 00:28:48,893
but at least I get that she's...

550
00:28:49,811 --> 00:28:51,563
she's too good for this place.

551
00:28:52,230 --> 00:28:53,064
So...

552
00:28:54,774 --> 00:28:56,609
that's all.

553
00:28:56,693 --> 00:28:57,986
Um...

554
00:29:00,280 --> 00:29:02,699
The roast was really good.

555
00:29:07,454 --> 00:29:09,289
Mom, it's okay.

556
00:29:09,372 --> 00:29:11,207
[door opens]

557
00:29:11,291 --> 00:29:12,667
I have a girlfriend.

558
00:29:14,294 --> 00:29:15,128
[door shuts]

559
00:29:15,211 --> 00:29:18,923
Nice. She's wound a little tight,
but I like her style.

560
00:29:19,007 --> 00:29:20,633
I'm back. [chuckles]

561
00:29:23,094 --> 00:29:25,555
Dessert. [clears throat]

562
00:29:25,638 --> 00:29:27,557
Dessert. I, um...

563
00:29:27,640 --> 00:29:29,601
I need to buy ice cream.

564
00:29:29,684 --> 00:29:33,271
Um... I forgot.
I'm just gonna go to the store.

565
00:29:33,354 --> 00:29:37,108
I made apple pie à la mode, and I forgot
the ice cream, which is the mode.

566
00:29:37,192 --> 00:29:39,861
Don't anybody leave.
I'll be back in seven minutes.

567
00:29:42,238 --> 00:29:43,740
I'm lactose-intolerant.

568
00:29:43,823 --> 00:29:46,785
Yeah. You got a lot of things going on,
don't you, sweetie?

569
00:29:52,165 --> 00:29:54,417
♪ Bouncing by your side ♪

570
00:29:56,336 --> 00:29:59,047
♪ Consume you with more regret ♪

571
00:30:00,632 --> 00:30:03,384
[music continues]

572
00:30:04,594 --> 00:30:07,096
Hey. I need to talk to you
about something.

573
00:30:07,180 --> 00:30:09,891
-Okay.
-Can you cover your arms, please?

574
00:30:10,600 --> 00:30:11,559
Never mind.

575
00:30:12,352 --> 00:30:14,270
What we did, it was nice.

576
00:30:14,354 --> 00:30:16,523
-I agree.
-But it's done.

577
00:30:16,606 --> 00:30:18,733
I have a life. I have a family.

578
00:30:18,817 --> 00:30:21,486
And I can't do for them what I need to do

579
00:30:21,569 --> 00:30:23,738
with you in my head, all right?

580
00:30:23,822 --> 00:30:25,448
And what are you doing,

581
00:30:25,532 --> 00:30:28,576
having sex with a married woman
anyway, you know?

582
00:30:28,660 --> 00:30:30,995
You're bad. You are a bad person.

583
00:30:31,079 --> 00:30:34,123
You know, being all sexy
and cute with me-- bad!

584
00:30:34,207 --> 00:30:36,334
So we're done.

585
00:30:37,043 --> 00:30:38,962
All right? Goodbye.

586
00:30:40,797 --> 00:30:41,840
And...

587
00:30:43,049 --> 00:30:45,009
do you have any vanilla ice cream?

588
00:30:45,093 --> 00:30:48,680
I can't go to the Valley Marketplace, 
and that's your fault, too.

589
00:30:49,806 --> 00:30:50,890
Ice cream?

590
00:30:58,857 --> 00:31:00,859
So, yeah, turns out she wasn't a bot.

591
00:31:00,942 --> 00:31:04,487
She was my cousin Tushar. Small world.

592
00:31:04,571 --> 00:31:05,947
I haven't talked to him since.

593
00:31:06,030 --> 00:31:09,659
Listen, Mom and I will talk about
Clayton Prep, so don't worry about it.

594
00:31:09,742 --> 00:31:11,744
-Really?
-Yes, I promise.

595
00:31:11,828 --> 00:31:12,996
Mm.

596
00:31:13,079 --> 00:31:15,623
And your stoner boyfriend,
he's starting to grow on me.

597
00:31:15,707 --> 00:31:18,376
But just remember
if the situation ever calls for it,

598
00:31:18,459 --> 00:31:21,045
I'll body slam that little shit.
You know that, right?

599
00:31:21,129 --> 00:31:22,088
-Yeah. Yeah.
-Okay.

600
00:31:23,423 --> 00:31:24,257
Okay.

601
00:31:24,340 --> 00:31:25,425
[panting]

602
00:31:25,508 --> 00:31:27,343
Who wants dessert?

603
00:31:29,721 --> 00:31:30,722
Good.

604
00:31:39,105 --> 00:31:40,523
♪ Hey, girl, you better slow ♪

605
00:31:40,607 --> 00:31:41,858
♪ Hey, girl, I'm mad as fuck ♪

606
00:31:41,941 --> 00:31:43,234
♪ That we ain't never fucked ♪

607
00:31:43,318 --> 00:31:44,694
♪ I mean, like, what the fuck? ♪

608
00:31:44,777 --> 00:31:47,196
♪ What, was that too abrasive for ya? ♪

609
00:31:47,280 --> 00:31:48,698
♪ Let... Let me get at it again ♪

610
00:31:48,781 --> 00:31:50,199
♪ I got you, babe, I got you, babe ♪

611
00:31:50,283 --> 00:31:51,951
♪ Well, goddamn,
You hot as hell ♪

612
00:31:52,035 --> 00:31:53,202
♪ I mean, I might as well ♪

613
00:31:53,286 --> 00:31:54,662
♪ See what that might entail ♪

614
00:31:54,746 --> 00:31:57,498
♪ I got some slight detail
From your homegirl ♪

615
00:31:57,582 --> 00:31:59,626
♪ I knew your girlfriend back in the day ♪

616
00:31:59,709 --> 00:32:01,753
♪ And she said
You was looking for somebody ♪

617
00:32:01,836 --> 00:32:04,839
♪ So I'm Slim, but call me Sugar
She think and caught me looking ♪

618
00:32:04,923 --> 00:32:07,550
♪ Don't trip, you too good-looking
You could be looking ♪

619
00:32:07,634 --> 00:32:09,052
♪ At the future Mrs. Sugar ♪

620
00:32:09,135 --> 00:32:10,553
♪ If she play her cards right ♪

621
00:32:10,637 --> 00:32:13,056
♪ And I'm hittin' that thing, I tell ya ♪

622
00:32:13,139 --> 00:32:16,142
♪ But yo, but, yo, I came to kick it
You know, Phife Dog and Tip ♪

623
00:32:16,225 --> 00:32:17,477
♪ And Ali Shaheed, Jarobi ♪

624
00:32:17,560 --> 00:32:19,062
♪ My flow be the golden ticket ♪

625
00:32:19,145 --> 00:32:21,314
♪ So you enjoy the show and I'll... ♪
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