Atypical Season 1 Episode script 6

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Atypical (2017)

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season 1 - episode 6
"The D-Train to Bone Town"

Created by

Robia Rashid

Written by

Robia Rashid
Dennis Saldua
Ava Tramer
Michael Oppenhuizen
Jen Regan

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S01-Ep.06: "The D-Train to Bone Town"

Paige proposes having an autism-friendly school dance to the PTA. Sam makes preparations for losing his virginity. Doug and Julia help each other.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[Sam] In 1910, Robert Falcon Scott
set out to become the first person

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to reach the South Pole.

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A year and a half later,
he arrived, only to discover

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that Roald Amundsen had beat him
by 34 days.

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And if that weren't bad enough,
on the journey home,

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Scott and his entire team froze to death
on the punishing tundra.

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You asked me what this
makes me think of?

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That's what it makes me think of...

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freezing to death under the night sky.

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I want you to take me to Winter Formal.

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-What?
-Think about how much fun

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we would have with all the music

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and dancing and wearing fancy clothes.

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Those are three of my least
favorite things.

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Oh, and raisins, because I don't like
to eat things with wrinkles.

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Okay, but, Sam,
this is really important to me.

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I've never been to a dance with a date
that wasn't a relative,

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and now I have a boyfriend.

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It's like the stars have aligned for us,
you know?

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I guess I could sit in the hallway

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outside of the gym
with my headphones on until it's over.

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I'll bring a Ziploc full of crackers
in case I get hungry.

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What? No, that's boring.

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Not to me. I like crackers.

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Did you know that
Ritz Crackers have seven holes

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so that they don't get
air bubbles during baking?

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You know, my parents are gonna be out
of town that night.

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So I was thinking that maybe
afterwards, you could...

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come over?

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Why would I want to go to your house?
You have terrible snacks.

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Plus, I'll probably be tired
and ready for bed.

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Come on, Sam. What do I have to do
to get you to go to the dance?

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If you ask them to turn the music off
so that it was silent, that would be nice.

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[chuckles] A dance without music.

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A dance without music
would be a dance without people.

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That sounds pretty good, too.

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[rock music playing]

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♪ It took all my imagination ♪

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♪ Just to make a bit of observation ♪

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♪ And if I'm not you and you're not me ♪

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♪ Who the hell we're supposed to be ♪

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♪ Now get on ♪

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[lighter sparking]

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What?

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It's the middle of the day.

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[laughs]

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So?

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So you're using drugs
in the middle of the day.

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It's pot. It's not drugs.

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Ah.

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-You want a hit?
-Oh. Um, I-I can't.

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Ah, come on. Have some fun.

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You deserve it.

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I do?

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More than anyone I know.

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Oh, I can't. What if somebody needs me?

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Do they?

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[rock music playing]

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♪ Lovestruck ♪

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♪ Ooh-ooh-ooh ♪

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♪ Ooh-ooh-ooh ♪

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♪ You're lovestruck ♪

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Elsa Gardner, you dirty dog.

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Hey, April.

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Look at you, shopping for lingerie.
Is Doug the luckiest guy ever or what?

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[chuckles]

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Barry hasn't touched me in months.

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Not that I want him to, fat piece of shit.

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How are you?

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I'm good.

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Yeah, well, you certainly are.

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You're glowing. What's your secret?

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I don't have a secret.

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I'm just... you know, I'm an open book.

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Yeah, so...

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Hmm.

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What are you doing in this neighborhood?

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-I'm sorry?
-Well, you don't--

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you don't live anywhere near here.

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It's awfully far to come.

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A sale.

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Oh.

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They're having 40% off.

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I have to get Casey so many white shirts,
you know, for her Clayton uniform.

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You wouldn't believe how many
white shirts. I couldn't resist 40% off.

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-Clayton Prep?
-Mm-hmm.

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Wow. Uh, well...
well, that's... that's big news.

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It's not a sure thing.
I mean, she hasn't even gotten in yet.

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I'm just jumping the gun
'cause of the sale and...

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Well, I should... I should run.

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Okay.

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-Bye.
-Bye.

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Hey, this is Miles.
You know what to do.

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[beeps]

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Hey, it's me.

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I'm calling to say

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in case you were thinking
of calling me, don't.

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I am much happier

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since you left suddenly, with no warning.

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I am great.

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And even though you managed
to take the TV,

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you left a bunch of other stuff
that I don't want:

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your humidifier, your panini press,

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like, 15 kinds of hair gel.

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You should probably come and get it.

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Your hair looks kind of thin
without product in it.

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Anyway, I'll just leave it all outside.

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Hope it doesn't rain. Don't call.

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Ow!

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I'm fine. Goodbye.

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[chattering]

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[laughing]

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What's up? What are we talking about?

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Hope it's the lacrosse team getting
their eyebrows pierced; that's hilarious.

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We got to go. Come on.

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That was weird. What's up with them?

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[JJ] Sharice, let's go!

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Sharice!

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-What the hell?
-They're upset you're leaving for Clayton.

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How did they know about Clayton?

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No clue, but I've been getting e-mails

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all day from the mothers
asking if we're still going

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to make it to the finals without you.
Spoiler alert... nope.

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Anyway,
just try to take it as a compliment.

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Yeah.

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Totally feels like a compliment.

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I can't find my work pants.

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You know where my work pants are?

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They're folded in a pile on the bed.

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Okay.

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What, are you still mad at me?

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What, for having so much shame
about Sam's autism

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that you never mentioned it at work?

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-Yep.
-Good to know.

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[door slams]

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Oh, that's nice.
Do you want to talk, honey?

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Nope, I don't.

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The track team is freezing me out,
and it's your fault.

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Um, how is it my fault?

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-You blabbed to JJ's mom about Clayton.
-April?

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-Did I? I ran into April at the mall.
-Uh-huh.

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-I don't know if... I can't remember...
-Mom?

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Okay, I mentioned Clayton.

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Now the girls are pissed at me
for betraying the team.

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And I'm probably not gonna get
into Clayton anyway.

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Why wouldn't you get in? Wait, Casey,
I'm sorry. I didn't know it was a secret.

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I will try and smooth things over
with the other moms.

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-No, Mom, don't call anyone.
-Okay, I won't. Maybe just April.

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-Mom!
-Okay!

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[thuds] Ow.

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Paige is making me go with her
to the Winter Formal Dance at school.

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Sounds dumb.

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That sucks.

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And after, she wants me
to come over to her house

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because her parents are
at a wedding in Pittsburgh.

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Back up.

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Paige's parents are gonna be gone,
and she wants you to "come over"?

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-Yes.
-Dude, that's awesome.

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-Why?
-Because it means she wants to get down.

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Sex, dude.

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I-I don't think so.

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Paige didn't say anything
about having sex.

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Well, of course she didn't say anything.

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Girls don't say stuff like that.
They use code words.

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I'm telling you, "come over" is lady talk
for "have sex."

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I'm still skeptical.

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Trust me,
she wants to take the D-Train to Bonetown.

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Sex again. Just always assume I mean sex.

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-I'm gonna ask her.
-Don't ask her.

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-Excuse me, Paige?
-Mm-hmm?

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When you said that I should
come over after the dance,

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did you really mean have sex?

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Uh, uh, maybe.

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She said maybe.

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In this case, maybe means yes.

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-I'm gonna ask her.
-Don't ask her, dude.

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When you said maybe, did you mean yes?

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Yes, Sam.

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She wants to have sex.

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I told you, dude!

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Yes, you did.

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[stammering]

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The proposition of sex makes the dance
seem much more worthwhile.

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So what are we waiting for, Cinderella?

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Let's get you ready for the ball.

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And by "ball," I mean balls-deep.

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Knock-knock. I solved your problem.
I called JJ's mom.

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I specifically asked you not
to call anyone.

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What are you doing?
Why are you lying down?

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Turns out, someone made
a mountain out of a molehill.

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-Seriously, you're weirding me out.
-The girls are not angry at you.

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They're just sad that you're leaving.

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No, I'm telling you,
they're being assholes.

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All right, whatever.
Some lady you barely know

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says that it's not true,
you listen to her.

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Um, April Turner is not
someone I barely know.

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We almost shared a room together
at the Ramada Inn

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for one of your out-of-town track meets.

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And we would have,
except I had a scratchy throat.

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Okay, whatever. I...

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I don't know why I assumed
you would listen to me anyway.

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April assured me that JJ's dying
to hang out with you.

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She said the girls are getting together
to go dress shopping for the dance.

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-Mnh-mnh. Pass. Mnh-mnh.
-Call her.

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Sweetie... listen to me.

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I know teenage girls
can be mean and bitchy.

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I was actually like that myself sometimes.

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-You?
-I don't care about the other girls,

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but you and Sharice are best friends.

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Don't let this get between you two.

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I love you.

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Sam, come here.

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Buying condoms is inherently embarrassing.

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But you have nothing to be ashamed of.

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-You--
-Hi. I need condoms to have sex.

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Uh, but I like to know
what I'm purchasing.

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-Can you answer some questions?
-Shoot.

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Can I try them on before I buy?

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No.

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-How do I put them on?
-Check the Internet?

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Did you know that originally condoms
were made out of leather?

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I did not.

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Can I return unused condoms
if they don't fit, or I can't have sex?

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Absolutely not.

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Some of the condoms say
"ribbed for her pleasure."

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Is that guaranteed?
And if not, is there a number I can call?

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I've never been asked that before.

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-Okay. Just a few more questions.
-These are the ones you want.

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Here you go. Just take those.

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All right, Sammy.
That's your ticket to ride.

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You, sir, are ready to take the D-Train
to Bonetown.

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"Each condom is electronically tested."
That's good.

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[knock on door]

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Come in.

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Doug. Hey.

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-How are you?
-Good.

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I wanted to return this book.

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-Thanks. Hope it helped.
-It did.

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I appreciated the conversation we had
and the book.

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They both helped.
You're like my personal autism school.

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[laughs]

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Well, happy to help.

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Was there anything else?

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No.

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Well, actually, Elsa and I,

246
00:11:40,991 --> 00:11:42,576
we haven't been speaking.

247
00:11:42,660 --> 00:11:46,997
She got upset because I didn't tell one
of my coworkers about Sam's autism.

248
00:11:47,081 --> 00:11:48,916
That's unfair, right?

249
00:11:48,999 --> 00:11:50,501
You don't want me to take sides.

250
00:11:50,584 --> 00:11:52,211
No. No, actually, I do.

251
00:11:52,294 --> 00:11:54,088
I'm right, right?

252
00:11:55,005 --> 00:11:56,757
You know, Doug,

253
00:11:56,841 --> 00:11:59,635
I love that you feel
comfortable talking to me,

254
00:11:59,718 --> 00:12:02,680
but lately,
it seems like you might benefit

255
00:12:02,763 --> 00:12:04,974
from your own relationship
with a therapist.

256
00:12:05,057 --> 00:12:07,893
'Cause, honestly,
the more personal information we share,

257
00:12:07,977 --> 00:12:10,771
the more I worry about crossing
some boundary as Sam's therapist.

258
00:12:10,855 --> 00:12:13,107
-I get it.
-I'm happy to give you a referral.

259
00:12:13,190 --> 00:12:14,650
Nah. No, thank you.

260
00:12:16,444 --> 00:12:17,486
Why are you limping?

261
00:12:18,195 --> 00:12:20,656
Oh, I hurt my foot the other day.
It's not a big deal.

262
00:12:21,323 --> 00:12:23,576
-Can you put your full weight on it?
-God, no.

263
00:12:23,659 --> 00:12:24,827
Have you seen a doctor?

264
00:12:26,495 --> 00:12:27,705
No.

265
00:12:27,788 --> 00:12:29,915
-Well, is it swollen?
-A little.

266
00:12:31,208 --> 00:12:32,793
Okay, a lot.

267
00:12:32,877 --> 00:12:34,587
All right, come on. Let's go.

268
00:12:34,670 --> 00:12:36,630
-What?
-I'm gonna take you to the ER.

269
00:12:36,714 --> 00:12:39,508
No, I can't.
I have so much to do today, so...

270
00:12:39,592 --> 00:12:43,137
Okay, I guess walking around on one foot
in horrible pain is a solution?

271
00:12:44,305 --> 00:12:46,015
Please, let me help you out, okay?

272
00:12:46,098 --> 00:12:48,601
You did me a favor.
Can I please... Can I help you out?

273
00:12:50,352 --> 00:12:51,562
[Sam] Any relationship,

274
00:12:51,645 --> 00:12:53,522
even friendship, can be complicated.

275
00:12:53,606 --> 00:12:54,607
You can't force it.

276
00:12:54,690 --> 00:12:56,901
I don't want to hang out with him.
He's annoying.

277
00:12:56,984 --> 00:13:00,154
It's rude to say that in front of him.
He's right here.

278
00:13:00,237 --> 00:13:02,490
It's okay. I don't like Sam, either.

279
00:13:02,573 --> 00:13:04,492
-He's a snoozefest.
-See what I'm saying?

280
00:13:04,575 --> 00:13:06,577
Boys, I get my hair cut
once every two years, okay?

281
00:13:06,660 --> 00:13:08,662
All I ask for is 20 minutes
in this kitchen,

282
00:13:08,746 --> 00:13:10,998
so I can spend a few months
not looking like a yeti.

283
00:13:11,081 --> 00:13:13,250
What are we supposed to talk about?

284
00:13:13,334 --> 00:13:15,461
Why not try and find
some common interests?

285
00:13:15,753 --> 00:13:16,712
Upstairs.

286
00:13:20,674 --> 00:13:21,717
Bridges?

287
00:13:22,259 --> 00:13:23,219
No.

288
00:13:23,886 --> 00:13:24,887
Glaciers?

289
00:13:24,970 --> 00:13:25,804
No.

290
00:13:26,430 --> 00:13:27,348
Dirt bikes?

291
00:13:27,932 --> 00:13:29,642
No. Wildlife?

292
00:13:29,725 --> 00:13:30,726
Ugh.

293
00:13:31,602 --> 00:13:32,895
Sex?

294
00:13:34,230 --> 00:13:35,147
Yes.

295
00:13:35,856 --> 00:13:38,275
I've never done it before,
but I expect to soon,

296
00:13:38,359 --> 00:13:39,985
after the Winter Formal Dance.

297
00:13:40,069 --> 00:13:41,987
What? With who?

298
00:13:42,071 --> 00:13:43,364
My girlfriend Paige.

299
00:13:43,447 --> 00:13:45,032
Have you gone through the bases?

300
00:13:45,908 --> 00:13:46,742
What bases?
301
00:13:48,369 --> 00:13:49,453
The bases.

302
00:13:50,162 --> 00:13:52,790
First base, kissing. Second base, boobs.

303
00:13:53,374 --> 00:13:54,667
Third base is the privates.

304
00:13:54,750 --> 00:13:57,169
And the home run? Sex.

305
00:13:57,253 --> 00:13:58,587
That's the order it goes in.

306
00:13:58,671 --> 00:14:01,590
My cousin works at a car wash,
and he knows all about girls.

307
00:14:01,674 --> 00:14:03,092
That's a fortunate resource.

308
00:14:03,175 --> 00:14:06,554
You can't have sex till you visit
all the bases. It's a rule.

309
00:14:12,643 --> 00:14:14,436
This is where I write all the rules.

310
00:14:14,520 --> 00:14:15,521
Yep.

311
00:14:24,071 --> 00:14:25,239
[JJ] Oh, my God!

312
00:14:25,322 --> 00:14:26,782
Casey, you have to try that on.

313
00:14:26,866 --> 00:14:27,992
No.

314
00:14:28,075 --> 00:14:30,661
No, no, no, no. It is so you.

315
00:14:30,744 --> 00:14:35,374
I'm probably not gonna go to the dance.
Evan's, like, banned from school property.

316
00:14:35,457 --> 00:14:37,668
[chuckles] Try it on. Seriously.

317
00:14:37,751 --> 00:14:38,752
Mm...

318
00:14:38,836 --> 00:14:40,588
It's gonna look really cute on you.

319
00:14:41,380 --> 00:14:42,506
Okay, fine.

320
00:14:56,896 --> 00:14:59,648
[JJ] Don't keep us waiting, Casey.
Is the dress on yet?

321
00:15:00,524 --> 00:15:01,442
Yep.

322
00:15:07,406 --> 00:15:08,616
I'm sorry, Casey.

323
00:15:08,699 --> 00:15:09,700
For what?

324
00:15:14,121 --> 00:15:16,165
[laughing]

325
00:15:24,048 --> 00:15:26,216
Now I know it's getting late,

326
00:15:26,300 --> 00:15:28,594
but we have one last order of business.

327
00:15:28,677 --> 00:15:32,181
Please welcome Newton High School senior
Paige Hardaway.

328
00:15:35,434 --> 00:15:36,769
♪ Dream bigger ♪

329
00:15:42,816 --> 00:15:43,776
♪ Dream... ♪

330
00:15:43,859 --> 00:15:44,693
[Woman] Ah.

331
00:15:44,777 --> 00:15:48,072
Whew! That was disorienting, wasn't it?

332
00:15:49,365 --> 00:15:52,201
Well, for my boyfriend Sam,

333
00:15:52,284 --> 00:15:55,329
life is always like that all the time.

334
00:15:56,038 --> 00:15:57,164
Um...

335
00:15:58,415 --> 00:16:00,751
You see, Sam has autism,

336
00:16:00,834 --> 00:16:04,380
which makes it really difficult
for him to deal with situations

337
00:16:04,463 --> 00:16:07,925
where there's large groups
of people and loud noises

338
00:16:08,008 --> 00:16:09,677
and unpredictable lighting.

339
00:16:09,760 --> 00:16:12,638
But should that mean that Sam is excluded

340
00:16:12,721 --> 00:16:14,181
from really fun things,

341
00:16:14,264 --> 00:16:16,934
like high school dances
that his girlfriend also

342
00:16:17,017 --> 00:16:19,269
really, really, really wants to go to?

343
00:16:19,353 --> 00:16:20,980
No. It doesn't.

344
00:16:21,480 --> 00:16:23,691
So, ladies and gentlemen,

345
00:16:23,774 --> 00:16:27,111
I present to you Silent Night,

346
00:16:27,194 --> 00:16:31,240
an autism-friendly dance
that is 100% silent.

347
00:16:31,323 --> 00:16:33,242
Let me guess, this is all your idea.

348
00:16:33,325 --> 00:16:35,035
No, I don't know anything about it.

349
00:16:35,119 --> 00:16:37,705
I didn't know Sam was interested
in going to the dance.

350
00:16:37,788 --> 00:16:42,209
And I already know what you're thinking.
I mean, silent? That's crazy.

351
00:16:42,918 --> 00:16:46,422
What about the music, right?
Well, there is gonna be music.

352
00:16:46,505 --> 00:16:49,008
It will be piped in
through wireless headphones.

353
00:16:49,091 --> 00:16:51,593
And I've already spoken
to the people at Techtropolis,

354
00:16:51,677 --> 00:16:54,304
and they are willing to donate headphones
for this event,

355
00:16:54,388 --> 00:16:55,931
which is super-cool of them.

356
00:16:57,057 --> 00:16:59,560
So in conclusion,

357
00:16:59,643 --> 00:17:01,729
I think that Newton High should be a place

358
00:17:01,812 --> 00:17:04,356
that's inclusive of all students.

359
00:17:06,608 --> 00:17:08,235
That's it. Thank you.

360
00:17:11,071 --> 00:17:13,240
Okay, so if we're ready to vote?

361
00:17:13,323 --> 00:17:14,783
Yes, April.

362
00:17:16,243 --> 00:17:17,077
Hi.

363
00:17:17,161 --> 00:17:18,245
[clears throat]

364
00:17:18,328 --> 00:17:21,915
I made JJ an appointment, months ago, 
to get her hair done.

365
00:17:21,999 --> 00:17:23,917
It's going to cost me about $80.

366
00:17:24,585 --> 00:17:25,419
Um...

367
00:17:25,502 --> 00:17:29,715
Now you want to flatten it
with a bulky set of headphones.

368
00:17:29,798 --> 00:17:32,384
I... I think maybe no.

369
00:17:32,468 --> 00:17:35,387
Um, you know what?
Um, I'm a hairdresser.

370
00:17:35,471 --> 00:17:39,558
So I could do all the kids' hairdos
for free, you know.

371
00:17:39,641 --> 00:17:42,352
-Oh, wow, that would be wonderful, yes.
-Wow!

372
00:17:42,436 --> 00:17:44,563
[April] It's not just about
the hair, right?

373
00:17:45,230 --> 00:17:46,982
I mean, the Winter Formal

374
00:17:47,066 --> 00:17:49,443
is something that our kids
have looked forward to

375
00:17:49,526 --> 00:17:52,571
their entire high school career.

376
00:17:53,155 --> 00:17:56,450
Do we really need to change everything
to accommodate one kid?

377
00:17:57,242 --> 00:17:59,578
I mean, a silent dance, it's just so...

378
00:18:00,537 --> 00:18:01,914
you know, it's sad.

379
00:18:04,792 --> 00:18:06,293
[stammers]

380
00:18:06,376 --> 00:18:07,336
[clears throat]

381
00:18:07,419 --> 00:18:08,879
Well, maybe we should vote.

382
00:18:08,962 --> 00:18:10,297
You know what's sad?

383
00:18:11,381 --> 00:18:15,803
My son never being able
to attend a school event,

384
00:18:15,886 --> 00:18:18,555
because the sounds
are so overwhelming.

385
00:18:18,639 --> 00:18:21,141
You know, never being invited
to a birthday party,

386
00:18:21,225 --> 00:18:23,977
because he was the kid
at Chuck E. Cheese

387
00:18:24,061 --> 00:18:26,105
who couldn't stop screaming.

388
00:18:26,188 --> 00:18:29,441
The isolation, the loneliness,

389
00:18:30,609 --> 00:18:33,278
the lack of experience...

390
00:18:35,531 --> 00:18:36,782
that's sad.

391
00:18:38,033 --> 00:18:40,911
Your perfectly healthy kids
not being able to get an updo,

392
00:18:40,994 --> 00:18:43,038
it's just not on my list.

393
00:18:43,872 --> 00:18:44,706
So...

394
00:18:47,543 --> 00:18:49,670
Okay. Shall we vote?

395
00:18:50,337 --> 00:18:51,380
All the ayes?

396
00:18:53,632 --> 00:18:55,259
And the nays?

397
00:18:56,593 --> 00:18:58,303
Well, the ayes have it.

398
00:18:58,387 --> 00:19:01,723
-Silent dance, here we come.
-Yay!

399
00:19:01,807 --> 00:19:04,560
That's it, everybody. Thank you.
Meeting's adjourned.

400
00:19:04,643 --> 00:19:05,644
[laughs]

401
00:19:07,146 --> 00:19:08,438
[Paige] I'm so excited!

402
00:19:10,107 --> 00:19:11,024
Hey, April.

403
00:19:11,692 --> 00:19:14,486
Um, I'm just curious why you voted

404
00:19:14,570 --> 00:19:16,363
against the silent dance?

405
00:19:17,531 --> 00:19:20,242
Because the world
doesn't revolve around you.

406
00:19:20,325 --> 00:19:21,952
-I'm sorry?
-You should be.

407
00:19:22,035 --> 00:19:24,663
Oh, and I'm sure Casey's gonna love it
at Clayton Prep.

408
00:19:24,746 --> 00:19:27,791
Never mind what happens
to our girls' chances at a state title.

409
00:19:27,875 --> 00:19:32,171
-What does she have to do with this...
-Casey is the anchor in our relay.

410
00:19:32,254 --> 00:19:34,464
There's no way our girls
are gonna qualify without her.

411
00:19:34,548 --> 00:19:38,093
But who cares about that? Right?

412
00:19:44,224 --> 00:19:47,477
[cellphone vibrates]

413
00:19:49,271 --> 00:19:51,356
Case, hey, hon. You okay?

414
00:19:51,440 --> 00:19:53,734
We put our customers first,
so I'm going to help you out.

415
00:19:53,817 --> 00:19:56,195
I'm not ready to take
the D-Train to Bonetown.

416
00:19:56,278 --> 00:19:59,531
Sir, I got to handle this. Any other nerd
in a blue shirt can help you.

417
00:20:01,200 --> 00:20:02,367
What's up?

418
00:20:02,451 --> 00:20:04,578
How can I have sex
when I've never even seen boobs?

419
00:20:04,703 --> 00:20:06,872
Oh, is that what's going on?

420
00:20:06,955 --> 00:20:10,292
Look, when I was a kid,
I was terrified of the water.

421
00:20:10,375 --> 00:20:13,712
Then my dad decided it was time
for me to learn to swim,

422
00:20:13,795 --> 00:20:16,256
so he threw me in the deep end
at Holiday Inn.

423
00:20:16,340 --> 00:20:19,176
Now I swim like an otter.
You probably know all about those, huh?

424
00:20:19,259 --> 00:20:21,637
Of course. They can stay underwater
for up to four minutes,

425
00:20:21,720 --> 00:20:24,181
but what does swimming
have to do with sex?

426
00:20:35,067 --> 00:20:36,401
This isn't a swimming pool.

427
00:20:36,985 --> 00:20:38,737
Nope. It's a titty club.

428
00:20:38,820 --> 00:20:40,572
This way, you'll know what to expect

429
00:20:40,656 --> 00:20:42,991
and won't lose your shit
when you see Paige's boobs.

430
00:20:43,075 --> 00:20:45,535
And bonus, my cousin Sunil
caters the buffet here

431
00:20:45,619 --> 00:20:48,372
and it is off the chain!

432
00:20:48,455 --> 00:20:50,082
This guy knows what I'm talking 'bout.

433
00:20:52,417 --> 00:20:53,377
Okay.

434
00:20:54,002 --> 00:20:54,920
You ready for this?

435
00:20:57,172 --> 00:20:58,090
Yes.

436
00:21:20,654 --> 00:21:22,531
Nope! Not doing that.

437
00:21:22,614 --> 00:21:24,783
Too many lights, too much sound. No way.

438
00:21:24,866 --> 00:21:26,827
Okay, maybe that was a bad idea.

439
00:21:27,619 --> 00:21:30,247
Come to think of it,
I still have a recurring nightmare

440
00:21:30,330 --> 00:21:32,499
where I'm being eaten by a pool raft
shaped like my dad.

441
00:21:32,958 --> 00:21:34,835
You think that's connected?

442
00:21:34,918 --> 00:21:36,795
Hey, man. It's okay.

443
00:21:36,878 --> 00:21:38,130
You did good.

444
00:21:39,298 --> 00:21:42,301
But I was kind of looking forward
to the goat curry tacos.

445
00:21:42,384 --> 00:21:44,761
Have your tacos. I'll wait out here.

446
00:21:44,845 --> 00:21:46,638
I'll be quick. I won't get a lap dance.

447
00:21:46,722 --> 00:21:48,515
Just one plate, then we're out of here.
Cool?

448
00:21:48,974 --> 00:21:49,975
[snaps fingers]

449
00:21:54,438 --> 00:21:55,856
[Destiny] I get it, kid.

450
00:21:56,857 --> 00:21:59,693
I work here and this place
can be too much for me, too.

451
00:21:59,776 --> 00:22:01,278
I use earplugs.

452
00:22:01,778 --> 00:22:05,532
Earplugs can actually cause tinnitus,
which is a ringing in the ears.

453
00:22:05,615 --> 00:22:09,494
I use noise-canceling headphones.
They're much better. You should try them.

454
00:22:10,203 --> 00:22:11,913
-I'm Destiny.
-I'm Sam Gardner.

455
00:22:12,873 --> 00:22:15,542
So why are you standing out here
all alone, Sam Gardner?

456
00:22:16,585 --> 00:22:18,170
My girlfriend wants to have sex,

457
00:22:18,253 --> 00:22:20,047
but I'm nervous and ill-prepared.

458
00:22:20,130 --> 00:22:21,798
I've never even seen boobs before.

459
00:22:23,091 --> 00:22:25,594
-Want some advice?
-Yes, please.

460
00:22:27,804 --> 00:22:31,016
Just be kind to her.
That's all that really matters.

461
00:22:31,850 --> 00:22:33,435
Don't worry about the sex stuff.

462
00:22:33,518 --> 00:22:35,979
At a certain point,
biology will just take over.

463
00:22:36,563 --> 00:22:38,190
Biology is my favorite subject.

464
00:22:38,273 --> 00:22:39,566
Good for you.

465
00:22:40,817 --> 00:22:44,154
But just so that you'll feel
a little more prepared.

466
00:22:51,828 --> 00:22:52,829
Oh.

467
00:22:53,622 --> 00:22:54,456
Wow.

468
00:22:55,123 --> 00:22:56,875
Yeah. I know.

469
00:22:58,376 --> 00:22:59,961
Good luck with your girlfriend.

470
00:23:02,422 --> 00:23:03,757
'Sup, Destiny?

471
00:23:03,840 --> 00:23:05,050
Hey, Zahid.

472
00:23:06,718 --> 00:23:08,011
What did I miss?

473
00:23:15,018 --> 00:23:16,770
I got a fraud alert on my credit card.

474
00:23:16,853 --> 00:23:19,147
You have to pick the most
expensive dress in the store?

475
00:23:20,190 --> 00:23:21,399
[sobs]

476
00:23:21,483 --> 00:23:22,984
Oh, honey.

477
00:23:23,068 --> 00:23:25,821
I'm joking. I'm just kidding you.

478
00:23:30,659 --> 00:23:32,369
I don't want to go to Clayton Prep.

479
00:23:33,537 --> 00:23:34,496
Okay.

480
00:23:35,497 --> 00:23:37,332
And honestly...

481
00:23:39,376 --> 00:23:41,169
I don't know if I can go.

482
00:23:42,212 --> 00:23:45,006
Apparently they found out
that I punched Bailey Bennett.

483
00:23:45,090 --> 00:23:47,843
-I know. I check in with them.
-Then why are you telling people

484
00:23:47,926 --> 00:23:50,053
that I'm going to go there
and buying me shirts?

485
00:23:50,137 --> 00:23:51,847
Because I think you're amazing,

486
00:23:51,930 --> 00:23:53,765
and I think you're gonna get in anyway.

487
00:23:54,975 --> 00:23:56,059
I'm just...

488
00:23:56,143 --> 00:23:57,227
I'm...

489
00:23:58,562 --> 00:24:01,106
I'm scared because I don't want
to leave you guys

490
00:24:01,189 --> 00:24:04,359
and Evan and my team.

491
00:24:04,943 --> 00:24:08,655
Just the whole Clayton Prep thing
is starting to feel kind of like...

492
00:24:09,823 --> 00:24:10,866
Selfish.

493
00:24:10,949 --> 00:24:12,450
-Yeah.
-Yeah.

494
00:24:12,534 --> 00:24:14,202
Even Sharice turned against me.

495
00:24:14,286 --> 00:24:16,163
No. Sharice is your best friend.

496
00:24:16,246 --> 00:24:18,915
When you were little,
she followed you like a puppy dog.

497
00:24:18,999 --> 00:24:20,917
No, she was the one that stole my clothes.

498
00:24:21,001 --> 00:24:22,460
She's a little bitch.

499
00:24:22,544 --> 00:24:23,461
[laughs] I know.

500
00:24:28,091 --> 00:24:29,176
Honey...

501
00:24:29,926 --> 00:24:32,095
It's okay to be a little selfish.

502
00:24:36,308 --> 00:24:37,767
Thanks, Mom.

503
00:24:39,060 --> 00:24:40,312
You kept the tags on, right?

504
00:24:40,395 --> 00:24:41,479
Duh.

505
00:24:48,111 --> 00:24:49,112
How's your foot?

506
00:24:49,779 --> 00:24:53,033
They have to do an x-ray to make sure,
but they think it's fractured.

507
00:24:53,116 --> 00:24:54,075
I'm such an idiot.

508
00:24:54,159 --> 00:24:55,911
I'm sure I've seen way more idiotic.

509
00:24:55,994 --> 00:24:57,120
[laughs]

510
00:24:57,996 --> 00:24:59,915
Yeah, well, thanks for making me come.

511
00:24:59,998 --> 00:25:02,125
I would've ignored this forever
if it weren't for you.

512
00:25:02,209 --> 00:25:06,087
No problem. And I wanted to apologize
about asking you about my own stuff.

513
00:25:07,088 --> 00:25:10,926
I know you're Sam's therapist,
and you try to keep things professional.

514
00:25:11,635 --> 00:25:13,845
-Yeah.
-All right. I'll see you later.

515
00:25:15,931 --> 00:25:16,932
My brother's...

516
00:25:18,099 --> 00:25:19,893
My brother is autistic.

517
00:25:21,228 --> 00:25:24,648
Jesse. He's not as
high functioning as Sam.

518
00:25:24,731 --> 00:25:26,149
He's minimally verbal.

519
00:25:26,733 --> 00:25:29,361
As a kid, we couldn't even walk
through a parking lot

520
00:25:29,444 --> 00:25:33,156
because he'd have to stop behind every car
and read the license plate.

521
00:25:34,074 --> 00:25:36,660
But my parents didn't acknowledge

522
00:25:36,743 --> 00:25:39,371
he was on the spectrum till he was 16.

523
00:25:39,454 --> 00:25:40,413
Hmm.

524
00:25:40,497 --> 00:25:42,457
They kept insisting it was a speech issue

525
00:25:42,540 --> 00:25:43,959
and that he'd grow out of it.

526
00:25:45,877 --> 00:25:47,879
The saddest thing in my life

527
00:25:47,963 --> 00:25:51,424
is wondering what he would've been like
had he gotten interventions early.

528
00:25:52,175 --> 00:25:54,970
It's why I do what I do.

529
00:25:55,929 --> 00:25:59,057
They didn't want to acknowledge it
because they were ashamed.

530
00:25:59,140 --> 00:26:01,643
They were afraid of the social isolation

531
00:26:01,726 --> 00:26:03,520
that comes
with having a kid who's different.

532
00:26:04,896 --> 00:26:06,815
And I feel for them.

533
00:26:07,440 --> 00:26:09,484
You just want to pretend nothing's wrong.

534
00:26:10,944 --> 00:26:13,321
Yeah, well,
I used to be really good at that.

535
00:26:16,074 --> 00:26:18,243
All right, I should get going.

536
00:26:18,326 --> 00:26:22,622
And I'm gonna take you up
on that referral, if it's still okay.

537
00:26:23,290 --> 00:26:24,791
Yeah. Totally cool.

538
00:26:24,874 --> 00:26:26,126
-All right.
-I'll e-mail you.

539
00:26:26,209 --> 00:26:28,420
-Okay. Take it easy.
-Thanks.

540
00:26:31,673 --> 00:26:33,174
[cellphone rings]

541
00:26:36,219 --> 00:26:37,762
Hey. You need something?

542
00:26:38,513 --> 00:26:40,098
Um, no, I just...

543
00:26:41,182 --> 00:26:43,184
I just wanted to apologize.

544
00:26:44,769 --> 00:26:45,603
What?

545
00:26:45,687 --> 00:26:49,608
The way I handled the thing with Chuck
and not telling him about Sam.

546
00:26:51,735 --> 00:26:53,278
I don't know. I don't know.

547
00:26:53,361 --> 00:26:54,946
There's a part of me that's...

548
00:26:56,448 --> 00:26:58,074
that's ashamed.

549
00:26:58,783 --> 00:27:01,703
It's not who I am anymore,

550
00:27:01,786 --> 00:27:03,955
and it's not who I want to be anymore.

551
00:27:05,290 --> 00:27:06,791
Oh, honey.

552
00:27:06,875 --> 00:27:10,754
I don't know why, but I'm going to try
to continue to figure it out

553
00:27:10,837 --> 00:27:12,505
and deal with it better and...

554
00:27:12,589 --> 00:27:13,840
I just--

555
00:27:15,133 --> 00:27:16,676
I'm sorry, okay?

556
00:27:17,677 --> 00:27:18,720
I know.

557
00:27:19,929 --> 00:27:20,805
All right.

558
00:27:20,889 --> 00:27:23,183
Um, are you home yet?

559
00:27:23,266 --> 00:27:25,101
No. I just have, um...

560
00:27:25,935 --> 00:27:28,855
I have one little thing to do
and then I'll be home soon.

561
00:27:28,938 --> 00:27:31,775
Okay, well, I'll see you soon,
and I love you, okay?

562
00:27:33,318 --> 00:27:34,361
Bye.

563
00:27:39,491 --> 00:27:40,700
[Sharice] Mrs. Gardner?

564
00:27:41,659 --> 00:27:44,496
I really need to get to youth group.

565
00:27:44,579 --> 00:27:46,164
Yeah, I don't think so, Sharice.

566
00:27:47,123 --> 00:27:48,083
Where are we going?

567
00:27:49,209 --> 00:27:53,296
I've known you since the third grade.
I've hand-washed your retainer.

568
00:27:54,172 --> 00:27:56,758
I keep mint-flavored Oreos
at the house for you.

569
00:27:57,509 --> 00:28:00,720
Now I want to know what's going on,
and I want to know now.

570
00:28:04,474 --> 00:28:06,142
Okay, I know.

571
00:28:06,226 --> 00:28:08,144
I messed up, and I'm so sorry.

572
00:28:09,521 --> 00:28:11,272
Casey's my best friend, and...

573
00:28:11,356 --> 00:28:12,857
When I heard you were leaving

574
00:28:13,608 --> 00:28:16,111
I just got upset.
I can't believe you didn't tell me.

575
00:28:16,945 --> 00:28:20,073
Well, I didn't want to jinx it.
And I'm not even in the school yet.

576
00:28:20,156 --> 00:28:22,075
You don't tell me anything anymore.

577
00:28:22,158 --> 00:28:24,869
You've got a boyfriend,
and I never see you,

578
00:28:24,953 --> 00:28:27,956
and you got your hair cut
without even talking to me about it.

579
00:28:28,039 --> 00:28:29,249
Okay.

580
00:28:30,041 --> 00:28:31,042
Okay.

581
00:28:32,043 --> 00:28:34,129
-I'm sorry.
-Me, too.

582
00:28:34,879 --> 00:28:36,047
Come here.

583
00:28:37,632 --> 00:28:39,092
Oh! [laughs]

584
00:28:40,135 --> 00:28:42,804
Sharice, this is dumb.

585
00:28:43,555 --> 00:28:45,765
But do you want to be my date
to the dance?

586
00:28:46,683 --> 00:28:50,520
Are you only asking me
'cause Evan can't go because he's a thief?

587
00:28:50,603 --> 00:28:51,604
Yes.

588
00:28:51,688 --> 00:28:53,273
I'd love to!

589
00:28:53,356 --> 00:28:54,691
Okay, great. [laughs]

590
00:28:54,774 --> 00:28:55,734
Come on.

591
00:28:57,819 --> 00:28:59,362
Yuck. Your feet stink.

592
00:29:00,071 --> 00:29:01,322
What are you drawing?

593
00:29:02,532 --> 00:29:04,909
A portrait of a wise woman I met today.

594
00:29:04,993 --> 00:29:07,579
Oh, my God! Try to unsee!
Try to unsee!

595
00:29:07,662 --> 00:29:09,622
I'm familiarizing myself
with the female body

596
00:29:09,706 --> 00:29:13,376
-in anticipation of losing my virginity.
-Try to unhear! Try to unhear!

597
00:29:13,460 --> 00:29:15,336
-Oh, my God, Sam!
-What?

598
00:29:15,420 --> 00:29:17,422
That's disgusting!
You need to put that away!

599
00:29:17,505 --> 00:29:19,340
-Seriously, don't--
-I'm not putting it away.

600
00:29:19,424 --> 00:29:21,384
-Erase it. Who taught you that?
-It's beautiful.

601
00:29:21,468 --> 00:29:23,470
-What was that? Ew!
-Destiny taught me that.

602
00:29:23,553 --> 00:29:25,388
[Casey] Are you watching porn online?

603
00:29:25,472 --> 00:29:27,307
-Sam, that's a serious problem.
-I'm not.

604
00:29:27,390 --> 00:29:30,435
-[Sam] I went to a strip bar.
-[chattering continues]

605
00:29:30,518 --> 00:29:33,062
[Sam] I met Destiny, and she's very nice.

606
00:29:33,146 --> 00:29:34,647
She was very nice.

607
00:29:39,652 --> 00:29:40,570
Finally.

608
00:29:40,653 --> 00:29:43,865
My phone died an hour ago.
I've been sitting alone with my thoughts.

609
00:29:43,948 --> 00:29:46,868
And I'm in the middle of a breakup,
so that is not a fun place to be.

610
00:29:46,951 --> 00:29:49,245
Well, we won't be
performing an x-ray today.

611
00:29:49,954 --> 00:29:52,123
Why not? My ankle's okay?

612
00:29:52,999 --> 00:29:55,376
Miss Sasaki,
are you aware you're pregnant?

613
00:29:57,212 --> 00:29:59,881
[rock music plays]

614
00:30:04,594 --> 00:30:07,806
♪ Don't look ahead
There's stormy weather ♪

615
00:30:10,892 --> 00:30:13,686
♪ Another roadblock in our way ♪

616
00:30:17,190 --> 00:30:20,360
♪ But if we go, we go together ♪

617
00:30:23,530 --> 00:30:26,491
♪ Our hands are tied here if we stay ♪

618
00:30:28,076 --> 00:30:31,496
♪ Oh, we set our dreams to carry us ♪

619
00:30:31,579 --> 00:30:34,499
♪ If they don't come we will run ♪

620
00:30:34,582 --> 00:30:37,794
♪ Now we push right past to find out ♪

621
00:30:37,877 --> 00:30:40,672
♪ Or either win what they all lost ♪

622
00:30:40,755 --> 00:30:42,465
♪ Oh, ah ♪

623
00:30:42,549 --> 00:30:44,175
♪ Oh, ah ♪

624
00:30:44,259 --> 00:30:47,095
♪ We know now we won't go ♪

625
00:30:47,178 --> 00:30:48,721
♪ Oh, ah ♪

626
00:30:48,805 --> 00:30:50,431
♪ Oh, ah ♪

627
00:30:50,515 --> 00:30:53,059
♪ Our lives worth fighting for ♪
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