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season 5 - episode 19
"Many Roads"

Created by

Bradley Bredeweg
Peter Paige

Written by

Peter Paige
Bradley Bredeweg
Anne Meredith
Cristian Martinez
Kris Q. Rehl

Directed by

Peter Paige

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S05-Ep.19: "Many Roads"

After some devastating news, the family wonders whether they will make it to Callie and Brandon's graduation. The family rallies to help Jesus finish his senior project. Jude questions if the gaming world is where he belongs.

TRANSCRIPTION

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Previously on The Fosters...

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The T cells didn't work.

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You can do another round
of gene therapy.

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I don't want
any more treatment.

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When the time comes,
you should let me go.

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Callie:
I don't know
why I didn't just

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get back with Aaron
when I had the chance.

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He said he's taking it slow
with that girl Amanda.

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I'm ready to be with you

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if you still want to.

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Gray:
Mr. Snow's the one that's
been doing the harassing

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of Patrick Molloy.

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I find it very interesting
that you're still in contact

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with a pedophile you say
hasn't committed a crime.

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I need to get these requests
for search warrants over
to Judge Walderman, please.

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Who wants to see the makeover
we gave Jude?

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Lena:
Talking about hitting it

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and asking what's your favorite
position is not funny.

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I talked to Declan,
and he's out

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so Eminent Power is dropping us.

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Judge:
Mr. and Mrs. Sinfuego

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are to report
to Immigration and Customs

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for immediate deportation.

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What if we could get
an ICE agent

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to testify
on the Sinfuegos' behalf?

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No way.

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Then we're gonna compel you
to testify.

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You've been served.

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(theme music playing)

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♪ It's not
where you come from ♪

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♪ It's where you belong ♪

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♪ Nothin' I would trade ♪

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♪ I wouldn't have it
any other way ♪

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♪ You're surrounded ♪

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♪ By love and you're wanted ♪

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♪ So never feel alone ♪

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♪ You are home with me ♪

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♪ Right where you belong ♪

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(people chattering)

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Oh, uh, these are taken.
Sorry. Big family.

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Vultures.

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Get here early
if you want a good spot.

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Mariana, chill. I mean, maybe
we should let people sit here

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-if they're not gonna--
-No, they're gonna be here.

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Lena:
Is she answering?

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Stef:
Hey, Callie, it's me. Again.

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Please, uh, call me back
when you get this.

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I don't know how long
we can wait for them.

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I will try again.

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-Hey.
-Hey, Robert.

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-Nice to see you.
-So good of you to come.

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Listen, I got a little gift here
for Callie. Where is she?

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Uh, have you guys seen Brandon?

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Oh, they, uh...
They might not be coming.

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What? Why?

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Well, it's, uh...
It's been a crazy few days.

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Mariana:
Jesus, get up.

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Go away.

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Believe me, I would love to.

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It smells like socks in here.

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But I need your help cleaning
out the backyard for Moms.

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Go find someone
who didn't fail junior year.

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(sighs)

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Look, I know you're bummed,

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but Moms told us that we need to
get this done today, so get up.

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You're so annoying.

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Well, then you're gonna love
not being

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in the same class as me.

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-Oh, that's mean.
-(Mariana chuckles)

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Look, you worked your ass off.

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You should be proud of yourself.

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I am.

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Okay, but you're
my sister, Mariana.

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What about Emma?

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You know how she feels
about school.

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You really think she's gonna
want to date a junior?

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She loves you.

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Now come on.

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Seriously, Mariana,
what is the freaking rush?

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Whoa, what's going on?

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Well, your senior project
is worth four credits.

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Which is how much room
you need in your schedule

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to retake math next year

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So we're building
a treehouse, babe.

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So you get to be a senior.

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Get that tool belt on, baby.
Let's go!

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(stammering)
Okay.

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(doorbell rings)

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-Can I help you?
-Can we have a word?

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This is my supervisor,
Agent Jordan.

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You make a habit
of interfering with
federal government business?

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-I didn't--
-ICE is essential
to national security.

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If you subpoena Agent Allen,
you risk exposing

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the way we work
to the bad guys.

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Is that what you want?

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If "the way you work"
is unethical, then yes.

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You think it's ethical to help
your friend escape custody?

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Hide out in a church?

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You're in over your head,
Miss Foster.

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Thank you so much
for doing this.

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Yeah, well, you try
saying no to your sister.

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Hey, uhm...

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I hope you know
how sorry I am

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for leaving like I did.

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I thought I was in the way,

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and I'm just not that great

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at tough conversations.

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I get it.

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Okay, you're just doing
the best you can, right?

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Yeah.

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It's cool.

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Okay? We've got the most
awesome family in the world,

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so we're good.

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Really.

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Where's B?

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Uh, he's driving up
to Marin county.

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He's been there every weekend.

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I thought with graduation
coming up, he'd be home.

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He was, but Grace
took a turn.

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So he left this morning.
He wanted to be with her.

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Shit.

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Is he still her, uh,

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what do you call it, proxy?

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Stef:
Yeah, he and I
talked about it.

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It's just, you know, something
that he wants to do for her.

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I don't know how he's supposed
to make a decision like that
at his age?

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I know. And trust me,
her mom is none too happy

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about it, either.

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Susan:
Grace. Sweetie.

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Look who's here.

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Look.

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You're back.

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I'll give you guys
some time to catch up.

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Okay.

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How you feeling?

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Like a million bucks.
(chuckles)

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What day is it?

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Friday.

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But when's graduation?

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Sunday.

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-What are you--
-I just...

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just missed you.

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Noah:
So, you coming
to help out at the church

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with the rummage sale tomorrow?

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Oh, no.

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Sorry. Um, Taylor, Declan,
and I have this,

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like, meet-and-greet
at Game Realm.

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We're basically
just gonna, you know,

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sell Eminent Power merch
and talk with fans

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and take pictures and stuff.

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Okay, Mr. Superstar.

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I'm sorry. It's my job.

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Got it.

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Oh, damn. I'm so sorry.

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Dude, this was
an expensive shirt.

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Okay, but then why did you
wear it to build the treehouse?

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You afraid
Declan might stop by?

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What does that mean?

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Okay. It's just with the hair
and the clothes

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and your attitude.

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I mean, it's just kinda like
where did Jude go?

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I thought you got into
all this streaming stuff

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so you could be a role model
to other gaymers.

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But now it's all about the money
and the clothes and your fans.

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Don't act like you care
about them when you don't.

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You just care
that you have them.

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Wow!

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Well, if that's how you feel,
then why don't you
break up with me?

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I think that's the best idea
you've had in a long time.

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What is it?

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It's a stay of removal.

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What? Is it...

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You get to stay in the country

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as long as you don't commit
any crimes.

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-(crying)
-Ximena: Oh, my God.

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How did this happen?

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Well, ICE didn't want
the bad publicity

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of Allen having to testify.

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I mean, it's not
a path to citizenship, but...

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But for now,
it keeps us together.

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But what about Ximena's DACA?

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Could this effect that?

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No. ICE can't make
a decision on her DACA,

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but they definitely can issue
a recommendation to deny it.

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Would they do that?

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If they're mad that we tried
to subpoena one of their agents.

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If they do, we'll go public
with everything we know.

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We're not gonna let that happen.

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What if we both get
the internship?

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Oh, my God,
how sick would that be?

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You invited Wyatt?

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I mean, he used
to work construction, so...

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(indistinct chatter)

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Emma:
Okay, but Logan's here too.

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Well, what was I
supposed to do?

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I mean, he lives next door.

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So have you decided
who gets the final rose?

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No.

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But I think I need
to cut Wyatt loose.

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It's just he's graduating,
and he wants to, like,

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wander the world or whatever.

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And we all know
long distance doesn't work.

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(chuckles)
No kidding.

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It's bad enough that
I might have to go

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to L.A. for the summer,
but what about after that?

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If I end up at MIT

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and Jesus stays here,

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San Diego to Boston,

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that's a way long distance,
you know?

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You're not thinking
about, like...

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No. God, no.

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It's just hard.

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Okay. Well, good.

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You know, I should at least
thank Wyatt for coming, right?

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Mm-hmm.

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How do I look? Cute?

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Mm-hmm.

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(cell phone chiming)

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What?

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Isn't there another way
you can get Molloy?

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Not without taking Gray down.

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And if I do that,
he goes right to IA...

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(sighs)

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...and lets them know
that I lied

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during the investigation
into Mike's shooting.

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Well, I mean,

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this has been weighing on you
for such a long time.

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I can't afford to lose my job
or my pension, can I?

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You know, Callie,
you really are gonna make
a great lawyer one day.

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You asked me
why I can't wait a year

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to apply to the five-year
law program.

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What just happened,
that's why.

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Like, there are so many broken,
corrupt systems

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in this country, and, I mean,
it's only getting worse.

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We both know
the Sinfuegos got lucky.

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Very lucky.

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But most people
in their situation

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don't have access to the
same resources that they did.

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You mean you?

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Listen, Callie, you've done
so much for them already.

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No. No, I meant you
and all the law students.

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But the people I wanna help
don't have time on their side.

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Like, think about
how many families could be
torn apart in a year.

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How many kids could have
their lives ruined

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because of a legal system
that is completely stacked
against them.

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Callie...

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you really are a force
of nature, you know that?

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This world's gonna be
a better place

249
00:12:19,697 --> 00:12:21,073
with you out there
fighting for what's right.

250
00:12:21,073 --> 00:12:22,408
There's no doubt about that.

251
00:12:23,826 --> 00:12:27,204
And we would be very lucky
to have you in our law program.

252
00:12:28,622 --> 00:12:29,874
Now that being said,

253
00:12:30,916 --> 00:12:32,793
it's probably
not gonna happen this year.

254
00:12:49,894 --> 00:12:51,479
(indistinct chatter)

255
00:12:53,981 --> 00:12:55,858
Gray, you got a sec?

256
00:12:55,858 --> 00:12:57,860
I'm really not in the mood
for another lecture

257
00:12:57,860 --> 00:12:59,570
on the moral
high-ground, Foster.

258
00:12:59,570 --> 00:13:01,238
Well, I would like to, uh...

259
00:13:03,616 --> 00:13:05,159
I'd like to call
a truce, please.

260
00:13:06,911 --> 00:13:09,288
I think that this has gone on,
uh, a little too long.

261
00:13:09,288 --> 00:13:10,706
I almost did
something stupid.

262
00:13:10,706 --> 00:13:12,875
I almost put Patrick Molloy's
name on a warrant list

263
00:13:12,875 --> 00:13:14,502
without a judge's order.

264
00:13:14,502 --> 00:13:16,212
-That would have been stupid.
-I'm more than aware.

265
00:13:18,005 --> 00:13:19,381
I cannot afford
to lose my job.

266
00:13:21,050 --> 00:13:23,052
So I, uh...

267
00:13:23,052 --> 00:13:25,471
just wanna let
this whole Molloy thing go.

268
00:13:25,471 --> 00:13:26,597
Wise decision.

269
00:13:26,597 --> 00:13:28,098
Thank you.

270
00:13:28,098 --> 00:13:30,643
I do need one thing
from you, however.

271
00:13:32,311 --> 00:13:34,522
I need to know that
you will not go to IA on me,

272
00:13:34,522 --> 00:13:37,816
and I need to know
that you will leave
Kyle Snow alone, please.

273
00:13:39,193 --> 00:13:40,903
You don't narc on me,
I don't narc on you.

274
00:13:45,366 --> 00:13:47,117
I guess we're good.

275
00:13:47,117 --> 00:13:48,118
But honestly, Gray,

276
00:13:49,370 --> 00:13:50,788
it doesn't bother you
that you left

277
00:13:50,788 --> 00:13:52,581
a child molester
on the street?

278
00:13:52,581 --> 00:13:53,999
Really?

279
00:13:53,999 --> 00:13:55,626
It would have bothered me
a lot more to leave

280
00:13:55,626 --> 00:13:57,002
a murderer on the street.

281
00:13:58,003 --> 00:13:59,338
You have to pick your battles.

282
00:14:02,132 --> 00:14:03,384
Fair enough.

283
00:14:05,302 --> 00:14:07,096
You can't win 'em all, right?

284
00:14:20,860 --> 00:14:22,403
You think that was enough?

285
00:14:22,403 --> 00:14:25,155
With your testimony?
Absolutely.

286
00:14:25,155 --> 00:14:26,448
Hey...

287
00:14:26,448 --> 00:14:28,617
You sure you wanna go
to IA with this?

288
00:14:34,373 --> 00:14:36,166
Thank you so much for watching.

289
00:14:36,166 --> 00:14:38,168
And then he said
I'm, like, turning into you,

290
00:14:38,168 --> 00:14:40,754
and I'm like whatever.

291
00:14:40,754 --> 00:14:42,214
I'm never supposed to change?

292
00:14:42,214 --> 00:14:43,841
That is total BS.

293
00:14:43,841 --> 00:14:45,467
Declan:
He's just jealous of all
the success you're having.

294
00:14:45,467 --> 00:14:46,719
Trust me, it happens.

295
00:14:48,012 --> 00:14:49,054
Hi.

296
00:14:50,931 --> 00:14:52,224
Sorry, I'm a little...

297
00:14:52,224 --> 00:14:54,685
Uh, how did you...

298
00:14:54,685 --> 00:14:57,229
How did you conquer
the crystal mountain?

299
00:14:57,229 --> 00:14:59,148
(chuckles)
Oh, um...

300
00:14:59,148 --> 00:15:02,318
you have to hit the guard trolls
with an onyx bomb.

301
00:15:02,318 --> 00:15:04,862
They're vulnerable
to minerals.

302
00:15:04,862 --> 00:15:06,196
Of course.

303
00:15:06,196 --> 00:15:07,781
I should have thought of that.

304
00:15:07,781 --> 00:15:08,949
I'm so dumb.

305
00:15:08,949 --> 00:15:10,242
Hey, bud, we got
a lot of people waiting.

306
00:15:10,242 --> 00:15:12,036
Gotta keep things moving,
you know?

307
00:15:12,036 --> 00:15:14,038
Right. Sorry.

308
00:15:14,038 --> 00:15:16,123
-So nice to meet you.
-Okay, let's go.

309
00:15:16,123 --> 00:15:17,416
Dude, don't be rude.

310
00:15:17,416 --> 00:15:18,626
Who gives a crap.

311
00:15:18,626 --> 00:15:20,085
The only bummer
about these things

312
00:15:20,085 --> 00:15:22,087
is realizing how many losers
watch our streams.

313
00:15:33,140 --> 00:15:34,308
-Hey.
-Hey!

314
00:15:34,308 --> 00:15:35,851
-How are you?
-(both kissing)

315
00:15:35,851 --> 00:15:37,186
Thank you so much for coming.

316
00:15:37,186 --> 00:15:39,021
Soon as we finish this up,
you won't have to worry

317
00:15:39,021 --> 00:15:41,148
about dating a lowly junior.

318
00:15:41,148 --> 00:15:42,399
-I never--
-Emma!

319
00:15:42,399 --> 00:15:44,526
Oh, my God, I just got an email
from the Bandt Foundation.

320
00:15:44,526 --> 00:15:46,070
Oh, my God.
What did they say?

321
00:15:46,070 --> 00:15:48,197
I don't know. I haven't seen it.
Check your phone.

322
00:15:51,325 --> 00:15:54,119
Okay. Deep breath.

323
00:15:54,119 --> 00:15:56,664
Chances are neither one
of us got it. So let's just...

324
00:15:56,664 --> 00:15:59,333
rip off the Band-Aid
and see what they said.

325
00:15:59,333 --> 00:16:01,251
One,

326
00:16:01,251 --> 00:16:02,461
two,

327
00:16:02,461 --> 00:16:03,629
three.

328
00:16:07,675 --> 00:16:09,426
You were right.

329
00:16:09,426 --> 00:16:10,678
I didn't get in.

330
00:16:12,221 --> 00:16:14,431
(giggling)

331
00:16:14,431 --> 00:16:15,891
-Congrats.
-Congrats.

332
00:16:17,059 --> 00:16:18,310
Emma:
I'm sorry.

333
00:16:22,064 --> 00:16:26,110
(playing slow melody)

334
00:16:32,199 --> 00:16:34,243
I want you to promise me
something.

335
00:16:35,661 --> 00:16:37,997
I want you to go
to Coachella even if...

336
00:16:39,331 --> 00:16:40,958
even if I can't.

337
00:16:47,881 --> 00:16:49,008
Okay.
338
00:16:51,135 --> 00:16:52,469
I promise.

339
00:16:53,554 --> 00:16:56,140
Unless the headliner sucks.

340
00:16:56,140 --> 00:16:57,850
Then you can sell
the tickets online.

341
00:16:57,850 --> 00:16:59,101
(chuckles)

342
00:17:02,563 --> 00:17:04,231
We should have played there.

343
00:17:06,400 --> 00:17:08,193
We would have rocked
that place.

344
00:17:10,404 --> 00:17:14,408
I'm sorry that we never
really got a chance to gig out.

345
00:17:19,788 --> 00:17:21,415
We'll always have
the bagel shop.

346
00:17:27,463 --> 00:17:29,965
(sighs)
I made my mom my proxy.

347
00:17:33,469 --> 00:17:34,636
You did?

348
00:17:35,637 --> 00:17:38,557
Yeah, we had
a long talk and, uh,

349
00:17:38,557 --> 00:17:39,850
and she...

350
00:17:42,102 --> 00:17:43,228
She got it.

351
00:17:45,481 --> 00:17:47,066
-A-Are you sure, 'cause I--
-I'm sure.

352
00:17:48,317 --> 00:17:49,735
It's the right thing to do.

353
00:17:51,445 --> 00:17:53,238
For her and...

354
00:17:55,991 --> 00:17:57,242
you.

355
00:18:06,919 --> 00:18:08,545
(indistinct chatter)

356
00:18:10,214 --> 00:18:12,174
All right, well,
that's good to hear.

357
00:18:12,174 --> 00:18:13,300
Thanks for getting back to me.

358
00:18:16,053 --> 00:18:17,763
So they picked up Molloy,
and he talked.

359
00:18:17,763 --> 00:18:19,056
So Gray is going down, too.

360
00:18:20,182 --> 00:18:21,517
That is incredible.

361
00:18:21,517 --> 00:18:23,143
Any word from IA?

362
00:18:23,143 --> 00:18:25,145
No, but, um,

363
00:18:25,145 --> 00:18:27,356
it felt good to come clean.

364
00:18:27,356 --> 00:18:28,607
About everything, you know.

365
00:18:29,900 --> 00:18:31,610
Maybe it's time
for a career change.

366
00:18:31,610 --> 00:18:33,070
Do a little something different.

367
00:18:33,070 --> 00:18:35,447
Really kinda scary
to say that but...

368
00:18:36,657 --> 00:18:38,534
Thank you so much
for understanding.

369
00:18:38,534 --> 00:18:39,910
This was something I had to do.

370
00:18:41,078 --> 00:18:42,788
Honey, the only thing
that matters is that you do

371
00:18:42,788 --> 00:18:44,665
what makes you feel good
about yourself.

372
00:18:44,665 --> 00:18:46,667
Everything else works
itself out in the end.

373
00:18:47,876 --> 00:18:49,002
We'll be fine.

374
00:18:51,296 --> 00:18:52,840
-I love you.
-I love you.

375
00:18:54,550 --> 00:18:56,969
Okay, get to work. Slacker.

376
00:19:01,431 --> 00:19:02,558
(grunts)

377
00:19:05,602 --> 00:19:06,645
Hi.

378
00:19:09,648 --> 00:19:10,899
Yeah.

379
00:19:13,902 --> 00:19:15,154
You okay?

380
00:19:16,363 --> 00:19:18,407
I mean, my life's
pretty much ruined,

381
00:19:18,407 --> 00:19:20,159
but I'm fine.

382
00:19:20,159 --> 00:19:23,370
Mariana, who cares if you didn't
get some dumb internship?

383
00:19:24,371 --> 00:19:27,040
You're the most
single-minded person I know.

384
00:19:27,040 --> 00:19:29,001
When you want something,
you get it.

385
00:19:29,001 --> 00:19:31,086
I mean, look at this,
what you did for me.

386
00:19:31,086 --> 00:19:33,255
I get to be a senior
because of you.

387
00:19:34,423 --> 00:19:36,300
Yeah, but, I mean,
you did all the hard work.

388
00:19:36,300 --> 00:19:38,594
Yeah, maybe, but...

389
00:19:38,594 --> 00:19:40,262
you figured out
how to make it happen.

390
00:19:42,347 --> 00:19:44,224
You're gonna be fine.

391
00:19:44,224 --> 00:19:45,309
I know it.

392
00:19:49,313 --> 00:19:50,522
Remember when we were kids,

393
00:19:51,690 --> 00:19:53,317
we always wanted
a magic treehouse.

394
00:19:54,860 --> 00:19:56,320
Now we got one.

395
00:19:56,320 --> 00:19:58,739
And it's gonna take you
anywhere you wanna go.

396
00:20:19,635 --> 00:20:21,136
(exhales deeply)

397
00:20:25,057 --> 00:20:29,311
(voice breaking)
♪ Look at this life ♪

398
00:20:29,311 --> 00:20:31,313
♪ I'm starting with you ♪

399
00:20:35,859 --> 00:20:40,489
♪ The brightest of lights ♪

400
00:20:40,489 --> 00:20:44,326
♪ Shining on
the beautiful view ♪

401
00:20:45,327 --> 00:20:49,706
♪ Deep in your eyes ♪

402
00:20:49,706 --> 00:20:55,087
♪ I found a love
that's wonderful and true ♪

403
00:20:56,880 --> 00:20:59,383
♪ All the things I'm gonna do ♪

404
00:21:01,260 --> 00:21:03,387
(crying)

405
00:21:05,264 --> 00:21:08,433
♪ All the things I'm gonna do ♪

406
00:21:10,310 --> 00:21:13,939
♪ Gonna do with you ♪

407
00:21:23,365 --> 00:21:24,491
(engine starts)

408
00:21:25,784 --> 00:21:27,411
Jesus, we gotta go.

409
00:21:28,453 --> 00:21:30,831
Lena:
All right,
that's the last of it.

410
00:21:30,831 --> 00:21:32,207
(sighs)

411
00:21:32,207 --> 00:21:34,167
All right, missy,

412
00:21:34,167 --> 00:21:36,545
now that we've got you alone
for a second.

413
00:21:36,545 --> 00:21:38,088
Yeah?

414
00:21:38,088 --> 00:21:41,174
We just want to make sure that
you take in tomorrow, okay?

415
00:21:41,174 --> 00:21:43,468
Take it all in.
Graduating is kind of a...

416
00:21:44,469 --> 00:21:45,512
It's kind of a big deal.

417
00:21:45,512 --> 00:21:46,930
Lena:
Do you realize that, like,

418
00:21:46,930 --> 00:21:49,808
50 percent of kids who've been
in the foster system

419
00:21:49,808 --> 00:21:51,226
don't even graduate high school

420
00:21:51,226 --> 00:21:54,187
and then less than 10 percent
go on to college?

421
00:21:54,187 --> 00:21:57,274
What you have accomplished
is nothing short
of incredible, Cal.

422
00:21:57,274 --> 00:22:00,027
Okay? And we are so,
so very proud of you.

423
00:22:00,027 --> 00:22:01,570
(chuckles)

424
00:22:01,570 --> 00:22:03,196
Lena:
If someone would
have told me that day

425
00:22:03,196 --> 00:22:04,573
that I picked you up
outside of juvie...

426
00:22:06,742 --> 00:22:08,869
that this is where
you would end up...

427
00:22:11,621 --> 00:22:13,415
(both laughing)

428
00:22:13,415 --> 00:22:15,792
You're a fighter.
You always have been.

429
00:22:15,792 --> 00:22:17,502
Now that you've started
fighting for yourself,

430
00:22:17,502 --> 00:22:18,545
look what's happened.

431
00:22:20,922 --> 00:22:22,007
Um...

432
00:22:23,383 --> 00:22:24,426
you told me...

433
00:22:25,844 --> 00:22:30,182
when I first got here,
you said I wasn't disposable.

434
00:22:33,268 --> 00:22:36,354
That meant so much, but...

435
00:22:37,773 --> 00:22:40,901
what means even more
is how you've

436
00:22:40,901 --> 00:22:44,362
made me feel that way
every day since.

437
00:22:48,533 --> 00:22:49,826
I love you, Moms.

438
00:22:51,828 --> 00:22:53,413
I love you, too.

439
00:22:53,413 --> 00:22:55,874
(all laughing)

440
00:23:03,340 --> 00:23:05,926
In all the years
I spent in the audience,

441
00:23:05,926 --> 00:23:09,554
jealously listening to Sanchez
give these graduation speeches,

442
00:23:09,554 --> 00:23:11,598
it never occurred to me
she had to actually write them.

443
00:23:11,598 --> 00:23:12,516
This is painful.

444
00:23:12,516 --> 00:23:14,142
(cell phone vibrating)

445
00:23:18,688 --> 00:23:20,065
Hey.

446
00:23:22,651 --> 00:23:23,985
B?

447
00:23:25,153 --> 00:23:26,613
She's gone.

448
00:23:27,572 --> 00:23:29,574
Stef:
Baby, I'm so sorry.

449
00:23:29,574 --> 00:23:31,618
I, uh, I can be up there
in the morning.

450
00:23:31,618 --> 00:23:33,120
-I'll take a plane.
-No, I wanna drive.

451
00:23:34,162 --> 00:23:35,664
I don't want to talk to anybody.
I just...

452
00:23:35,664 --> 00:23:37,499
I need to clear my head.

453
00:23:39,000 --> 00:23:40,544
Are you sure, babe?
Because I--

454
00:23:40,544 --> 00:23:42,003
Yes, I'm fine, Mom.

455
00:23:44,589 --> 00:23:46,216
I'll be back in the morning
before you guys get up.

456
00:23:58,145 --> 00:24:01,606
So, uh, now the Sinfuegos
can stay in the country.

457
00:24:01,606 --> 00:24:03,567
Can you believe it?
After all that?

458
00:24:03,567 --> 00:24:06,194
So now, we're just waiting
to hear about Ximena's DACA,

459
00:24:06,194 --> 00:24:08,446
and hopefully we should know
any day now, so...

460
00:24:12,659 --> 00:24:14,411
Um...

461
00:24:14,411 --> 00:24:16,788
So, uh, I know I told you

462
00:24:18,206 --> 00:24:21,042
I needed a little time
to think about...

463
00:24:21,042 --> 00:24:25,380
Well, you know, to think about
you and Amanda and everything?

464
00:24:25,380 --> 00:24:27,841
-Uh-huh.
-And, um,

465
00:24:27,841 --> 00:24:30,635
it's been really confusing
because you're both

466
00:24:30,635 --> 00:24:32,846
these incredible people.

467
00:24:34,806 --> 00:24:38,727
But as much as
I care about you,

468
00:24:38,727 --> 00:24:41,313
I, uh, I think I need to...

469
00:24:43,231 --> 00:24:44,608
see where things go with her.

470
00:24:49,654 --> 00:24:52,240
I can see why.
She's pretty great.

471
00:24:54,576 --> 00:24:55,744
So are you, Callie.

472
00:25:01,208 --> 00:25:02,876
Don't forget that.

473
00:25:14,512 --> 00:25:15,555
(sobbing quietly)

474
00:25:31,655 --> 00:25:33,323
To hell with it.

475
00:25:53,260 --> 00:25:57,681
Grace (singing):
♪ I see those waves crashing ♪

476
00:25:57,681 --> 00:26:01,768
-♪ But they can't touch us no ♪
-(crowd cheering)

477
00:26:01,768 --> 00:26:05,355
Both:
♪ Lightning on
the mountain flashing ♪

478
00:26:05,355 --> 00:26:08,650
♪ I say let it light our road ♪

479
00:26:08,650 --> 00:26:12,153
♪ Tell me what is time anyway ♪

480
00:26:12,153 --> 00:26:15,282
♪ I'll be by your side
all the way ♪

481
00:26:15,282 --> 00:26:18,702
♪ We felt the time passing ♪

482
00:26:18,702 --> 00:26:21,288
♪ Flowing to a new start ♪

483
00:26:21,288 --> 00:26:24,791
♪ Dove in and there's
no disguising ♪

484
00:26:24,791 --> 00:26:27,877
♪ Any other after mine ♪

485
00:26:27,877 --> 00:26:30,297
♪ What is time anyway? ♪

486
00:26:30,297 --> 00:26:32,674
♪ I'll be by your side ♪

487
00:26:32,674 --> 00:26:36,219
♪ All the way ♪

488
00:26:36,219 --> 00:26:38,888
Brandon:
♪ I'll be by your side ♪

489
00:26:38,888 --> 00:26:41,808
♪ All the way ♪

490
00:26:52,569 --> 00:26:55,196
Hey! Haven't seen you
do that in a while.

491
00:26:56,364 --> 00:26:57,490
Let me help.

492
00:27:00,744 --> 00:27:01,745
(sighs)

493
00:27:02,746 --> 00:27:04,456
Does this go
with your new look?

494
00:27:05,582 --> 00:27:06,624
I don't really care.

495
00:27:08,084 --> 00:27:09,127
You okay, bud?

496
00:27:10,712 --> 00:27:14,215
Do you ever worry that you
sometimes might be

497
00:27:14,215 --> 00:27:15,884
kinda turning into a jerk?

498
00:27:15,884 --> 00:27:17,635
(chuckles)

499
00:27:17,635 --> 00:27:19,637
Oh God, yes.

500
00:27:19,637 --> 00:27:23,725
I worry about that every time
I lose my temper at work,

501
00:27:24,851 --> 00:27:26,936
or I let Mom get the better
of me. Or you kids.

502
00:27:28,521 --> 00:27:30,523
And then I just
remind myself that, um,

503
00:27:30,523 --> 00:27:33,777
I'm human and I'm allowed
to have feelings

504
00:27:33,777 --> 00:27:35,987
and get frustrated
and make mistakes.

505
00:27:35,987 --> 00:27:38,365
Or bad decisions, even.

506
00:27:39,699 --> 00:27:43,536
And, uh, I'm only a jerk
if I don't make it better.

507
00:27:45,455 --> 00:27:47,248
I've been streaming

508
00:27:47,248 --> 00:27:49,709
with Taylor and Declan.
At his place.

509
00:27:50,794 --> 00:27:51,878
I see.

510
00:27:52,837 --> 00:27:55,215
-Even after--
-Even after I said I wasn't.

511
00:27:56,800 --> 00:27:58,468
I'm sorry.

512
00:27:58,468 --> 00:27:59,469
Okay.

513
00:28:00,678 --> 00:28:01,805
And how are you
gonna make it better?

514
00:28:29,958 --> 00:28:31,209
How did you find me?

515
00:28:32,585 --> 00:28:34,879
I checked your room
to see if you were back,

516
00:28:34,879 --> 00:28:37,799
and, um, I saw

517
00:28:37,799 --> 00:28:40,927
the Coachella tickets
Grace gave you on your desk.

518
00:28:48,768 --> 00:28:52,981
I can't imagine
how you're feeling right now,

519
00:28:55,859 --> 00:28:58,153
but do you really
wanna miss graduation?

520
00:29:00,822 --> 00:29:03,241
I'm pretty sure
Grace would've wanted you to go.

521
00:29:03,241 --> 00:29:05,034
I don't...

522
00:29:05,034 --> 00:29:06,828
care about graduation.

523
00:29:09,622 --> 00:29:10,874
Okay, then.

524
00:29:15,462 --> 00:29:16,629
(crying):
You should go.

525
00:29:16,629 --> 00:29:17,756
No, I'm not going anywhere.

526
00:29:25,180 --> 00:29:26,639
I can't believe she's gone.

527
00:29:30,935 --> 00:29:31,853
I know.

528
00:29:36,941 --> 00:29:38,651
(sobs)

529
00:29:38,651 --> 00:29:39,819
It's not fair.

530
00:29:45,492 --> 00:29:47,076
I-I just...

531
00:29:47,076 --> 00:29:50,955
I hope that she knew
how much I loved her.

532
00:29:52,624 --> 00:29:54,000
Of course she did.

533
00:29:56,836 --> 00:29:58,087
What makes you so sure?

534
00:30:01,841 --> 00:30:04,093
Because I've been loved
by you, Brandon.

535
00:30:06,137 --> 00:30:09,933
And it is
a pretty powerful thing.

536
00:30:13,686 --> 00:30:14,729
Thank you for that.

537
00:30:18,858 --> 00:30:19,859
Grace knew.

538
00:30:22,278 --> 00:30:24,739
She knew that you loved her.

539
00:30:26,741 --> 00:30:29,911
And she knew how lucky she was
to have you in her life...

540
00:30:32,372 --> 00:30:33,873
even for a little while.

541
00:30:33,873 --> 00:30:36,251
(sobbing)

542
00:30:43,925 --> 00:30:47,345
(continues sobbing)

543
00:30:52,058 --> 00:30:55,228
(people chattering excitedly)

544
00:30:55,228 --> 00:30:56,396
(sighs)

545
00:30:57,564 --> 00:30:58,648
No sign of them?

546
00:30:58,648 --> 00:31:00,441
No.

547
00:31:00,441 --> 00:31:02,318
Damn!

548
00:31:02,318 --> 00:31:04,445
I can't believe that
she would miss this.
She worked so hard.

549
00:31:04,445 --> 00:31:06,239
I know. Trust me.

550
00:31:06,239 --> 00:31:07,532
What did you get her?

551
00:31:07,532 --> 00:31:10,118
Oh, it's from Sophia.

552
00:31:10,118 --> 00:31:12,287
I probably shouldn't have
brought it to the ceremony.

553
00:31:12,287 --> 00:31:14,914
It's a raincoat.
For Portland. For school.

554
00:31:14,914 --> 00:31:16,082
Well, that was very thoughtful.

555
00:31:16,082 --> 00:31:18,293
She's gonna...
She's gonna need it for sure.

556
00:31:23,006 --> 00:31:24,465
Congratulations, Mr. Graduate.

557
00:31:26,050 --> 00:31:28,261
You finally excited about going
to Boston in the fall?

558
00:31:28,261 --> 00:31:29,304
I am.

559
00:31:29,304 --> 00:31:31,556
And thank you for your

560
00:31:31,556 --> 00:31:33,641
combo platter break-up
speech/pep-talk.

561
00:31:33,641 --> 00:31:36,227
It really helped me get
my head on straight.

562
00:31:36,227 --> 00:31:38,021
Well, you're welcome.

563
00:31:39,022 --> 00:31:42,275
And hey, if you end up at MIT
like you always wanted,

564
00:31:42,275 --> 00:31:44,485
we'll both be in Boston,

565
00:31:44,485 --> 00:31:47,196
so maybe we can grab
a cup of coffee or something.

566
00:31:47,196 --> 00:31:50,408
I don't really think
MIT is gonna happen, but...

567
00:31:51,784 --> 00:31:54,329
if by some miracle
it does,

568
00:31:54,329 --> 00:31:55,413
you're on.

569
00:31:59,459 --> 00:32:00,835
(kisses)

570
00:32:08,176 --> 00:32:09,969
They'll be here, don't worry.

571
00:32:19,187 --> 00:32:20,480
You came?

572
00:32:20,480 --> 00:32:23,274
Well, I wasn't gonna bail
on Callie and Brandon.

573
00:32:23,274 --> 00:32:25,151
-(laughs)
-What?

574
00:32:26,611 --> 00:32:29,030
You're a really good guy.

575
00:32:29,030 --> 00:32:30,156
I know!

576
00:32:32,617 --> 00:32:34,702
I quit Eminent Power.

577
00:32:34,702 --> 00:32:35,828
You did?

578
00:32:36,955 --> 00:32:38,623
Taylor and me are gonna go
back to being just

579
00:32:38,623 --> 00:32:41,042
Girl and One Gay Guy.

580
00:32:42,877 --> 00:32:44,796
And you were right.

581
00:32:44,796 --> 00:32:48,049
I kinda forgot why I
started doing all this.

582
00:32:50,051 --> 00:32:51,219
I'm sorry.

583
00:32:53,179 --> 00:32:54,180
You know,

584
00:32:55,348 --> 00:32:56,766
you're a really
good guy, too.

585
00:33:03,147 --> 00:33:05,108
(chattering)

586
00:33:12,740 --> 00:33:14,117
(giggles)

587
00:33:14,117 --> 00:33:16,452
Did you just wave to Wyatt?

588
00:33:16,452 --> 00:33:18,997
Well, I didn't wanna break up
with him before graduation.

589
00:33:18,997 --> 00:33:22,041
Because you don't wanna break up
with him at all.

590
00:33:22,041 --> 00:33:23,292
(laughing)

591
00:33:25,545 --> 00:33:27,422
That's gonna be us next year.

592
00:33:33,428 --> 00:33:35,346
-Any update?
-No. Unh-unh.

593
00:33:35,346 --> 00:33:37,640
Well, we gotta start soon.

594
00:33:37,640 --> 00:33:39,058
I know.

595
00:33:42,228 --> 00:33:43,604
Lena:
Really soon.

596
00:33:51,571 --> 00:33:55,116
Welcome, students,
parents, friends,

597
00:33:56,451 --> 00:33:59,120
and especially our
graduating senior class.

598
00:34:01,622 --> 00:34:04,125
We are so proud of each
and every one of you.

599
00:34:05,668 --> 00:34:08,212
What you've accomplished
over these past four years...

600
00:34:16,888 --> 00:34:18,598
You know what?

601
00:34:18,598 --> 00:34:20,850
I, uh, I did write a speech,

602
00:34:20,850 --> 00:34:23,978
and I worked really,
really hard on it.

603
00:34:23,978 --> 00:34:26,147
But I've got two kids
graduating today.

604
00:34:27,857 --> 00:34:29,650
And while very thoughtful,

605
00:34:29,650 --> 00:34:31,486
my speech doesn't
really do justice

606
00:34:31,486 --> 00:34:32,820
to everything I want
to say to them

607
00:34:33,863 --> 00:34:35,156
and to the rest of my family,

608
00:34:35,156 --> 00:34:37,325
sitting out there
in the audience

609
00:34:37,325 --> 00:34:42,288
and to each and every one
of you students who...

610
00:34:42,288 --> 00:34:45,166
You all feel like my kids,
one way or the other.

611
00:34:45,166 --> 00:34:47,251
-(audience chuckles)
-Lena: So, uh,

612
00:34:47,251 --> 00:34:49,921
I'm just gonna
make it up as I go.

613
00:34:53,591 --> 00:34:54,884
These seniors,

614
00:34:56,260 --> 00:34:59,222
my first graduating class
as principal,

615
00:34:59,222 --> 00:35:03,017
will always hold
a special place in my heart.

616
00:35:03,017 --> 00:35:04,894
And when I think about
everything we have gone

617
00:35:04,894 --> 00:35:06,896
through together,

618
00:35:06,896 --> 00:35:08,314
to arrive where we are today,

619
00:35:10,233 --> 00:35:12,276
it makes one thing
really clear to me.

620
00:35:14,362 --> 00:35:16,489
There are so many roads to take

621
00:35:16,489 --> 00:35:18,324
to get to where
you want to be in life.

622
00:35:19,367 --> 00:35:21,577
Life ain't easy. It's...

623
00:35:21,577 --> 00:35:23,121
It's gonna hit you hard.

624
00:35:24,705 --> 00:35:26,582
It's gonna put challenges
in your path.

625
00:35:28,084 --> 00:35:30,419
-It's gonna take you
all kinds of places,
-(mouthing)

626
00:35:30,419 --> 00:35:31,712
sometimes giving you
what you want,

627
00:35:31,712 --> 00:35:33,548
sometimes, what you need.

628
00:35:33,548 --> 00:35:35,591
Which might just be
a kick in the ass.

629
00:35:35,591 --> 00:35:37,426
The trick is
to enjoy the journey.

630
00:35:39,220 --> 00:35:41,848
And a big part of that
depends on who you travel with.

631
00:35:43,182 --> 00:35:45,309
I've made a lot of mistakes
in my life but...

632
00:35:47,145 --> 00:35:51,232
that's one thing I got
absolutely, positively,

633
00:35:51,232 --> 00:35:52,775
exactly right.

634
00:35:56,779 --> 00:35:58,698
(voice breaking):
My family is my world.

635
00:36:00,491 --> 00:36:02,201
(Lena laughing)

636
00:36:02,201 --> 00:36:05,413
And they have made
this ride so joyful

637
00:36:05,413 --> 00:36:06,706
and so beautiful...

638
00:36:08,207 --> 00:36:12,461
so crazy and messy and...

639
00:36:14,547 --> 00:36:16,007
perfect.

640
00:36:19,302 --> 00:36:20,970
So thank you all.

641
00:36:20,970 --> 00:36:23,389
Thank you all so much for taking
this journey with us all.

642
00:36:25,474 --> 00:36:26,767
And remember...

643
00:36:27,852 --> 00:36:29,187
it's not where you come from,

644
00:36:30,271 --> 00:36:31,272
it's where you belong.

645
00:36:32,899 --> 00:36:35,276
And no matter where
this life takes you next,

646
00:36:36,861 --> 00:36:39,238
always know that you have
a home here at Anchor Beach.

647
00:36:40,448 --> 00:36:43,201
(audience applauding)

648
00:36:43,201 --> 00:36:44,827
Talya Banks, UC Berkeley!

649
00:36:44,827 --> 00:36:47,413
(cheering)

650
00:36:47,413 --> 00:36:49,373
Wyatt Casey,
Claremont McKenna College!

651
00:36:50,833 --> 00:36:52,376
Woo-hoo, Wyatt!

652
00:36:53,586 --> 00:36:56,339
Brandon Foster,
Musician's Institute!

653
00:36:56,339 --> 00:36:58,382
(loud cheering)

654
00:37:01,802 --> 00:37:03,221
Way to go, B!

655
00:37:03,221 --> 00:37:05,681
♪ You and me together ♪

656
00:37:05,681 --> 00:37:07,808
♪ We can change the world ♪

657
00:37:07,808 --> 00:37:12,355
♪ You and me together
you and me, and me together ♪

658
00:37:12,355 --> 00:37:16,192
Callie Adams Foster,
UCSD Five Year Law Program!

659
00:37:16,192 --> 00:37:19,028
(cheering, whistling)

660
00:37:20,029 --> 00:37:21,405
♪ You and me can ♪

661
00:37:21,405 --> 00:37:22,949
♪ Oh, all I have ♪

662
00:37:22,949 --> 00:37:25,326
♪ You and I ♪

663
00:37:25,326 --> 00:37:28,120
I got a call from UCSD
about an hour ago.

664
00:37:28,120 --> 00:37:30,456
I guess that professor
really did go to bat for you.

665
00:37:30,456 --> 00:37:32,458
(laughing)

666
00:37:32,458 --> 00:37:34,210
Congratulations, honey.

667
00:37:34,210 --> 00:37:36,295
-Thank you.
-I love you.

668
00:37:36,295 --> 00:37:38,506
♪ You and me together ♪

669
00:37:38,506 --> 00:37:40,383
(cheering continues)

670
00:37:40,383 --> 00:37:42,885
♪ Show 'em what it means
to be electric ♪

671
00:37:42,885 --> 00:37:44,345
♪ And good lovers ♪

672
00:37:44,345 --> 00:37:46,305
♪ You and me together ♪

673
00:37:46,305 --> 00:37:48,516
♪ We can change the world ♪

674
00:37:48,516 --> 00:37:51,269
♪ You and me together
you and me, and me together ♪

675
00:37:51,269 --> 00:37:54,647
Jesus Adams Foster,
San Diego Community College.

676
00:37:54,647 --> 00:37:56,357
(cheering)

677
00:38:00,778 --> 00:38:02,655
♪ You and me can ♪

678
00:38:02,655 --> 00:38:03,990
I am so proud of you.

679
00:38:03,990 --> 00:38:05,741
Everything you've been able
to accomplish

680
00:38:05,741 --> 00:38:07,201
is just incredible.

681
00:38:07,201 --> 00:38:08,202
I love you.

682
00:38:09,203 --> 00:38:10,538
This is yours. This is yours!

683
00:38:12,581 --> 00:38:15,584
Mariana Adams Foster,
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology.

684
00:38:17,211 --> 00:38:19,463
-Whoo!
-(cheering continues)

685
00:38:19,463 --> 00:38:20,548
That's my girl!

686
00:38:23,926 --> 00:38:27,138
Lena: Emma Kurtzman,
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology.

687
00:38:30,057 --> 00:38:33,019
♪ Now every day is spent
dreaming of you ♪

688
00:38:36,480 --> 00:38:39,191
Taylor Shaw,
Sarah Lawrence College!

689
00:38:39,191 --> 00:38:40,735
(cheering)

690
00:38:40,735 --> 00:38:42,361
Congratulations.

691
00:38:42,361 --> 00:38:45,364
♪ Show 'em what it means
to be electric
and good lovers ♪

692
00:38:46,407 --> 00:38:47,783
Jude Adams Foster,

693
00:38:49,618 --> 00:38:50,995
UCLA!

694
00:38:50,995 --> 00:38:53,956
(cheering)

695
00:39:00,671 --> 00:39:02,006
(chanting):
Judicorn!

696
00:39:02,006 --> 00:39:04,633
Judicorn! Judicorn!

697
00:39:04,633 --> 00:39:07,595
Judicorn! Judicorn!

698
00:39:07,595 --> 00:39:10,306
Judicorn! Judicorn!

699
00:39:10,306 --> 00:39:11,640
Judicorn!

700
00:39:11,640 --> 00:39:14,518
All:
Judicorn! Judicorn!

701
00:39:14,518 --> 00:39:17,480
Jude: Yeah. All right.
All right, that's enough.

702
00:39:17,480 --> 00:39:19,732
Oh, you're too cool
to be our Judicorn now?

703
00:39:19,732 --> 00:39:21,484
Hell no. I'm still
your big sister

704
00:39:21,484 --> 00:39:23,652
no matter how tall
you have gotten,

705
00:39:23,652 --> 00:39:25,112
and I'll call you
whatever the hell I want.

706
00:39:25,112 --> 00:39:26,447
Quit it, all right.
I'll sue.

707
00:39:26,447 --> 00:39:28,407
You actually can't do that.
She's about to be a lawyer.

708
00:39:28,407 --> 00:39:30,242
Oh, I still have another year
of school left,

709
00:39:30,242 --> 00:39:31,911
and that's not actually
how that works.

710
00:39:31,911 --> 00:39:33,204
-(laughing)
-(doorbell rings)

711
00:39:33,204 --> 00:39:35,748
Oh, that must be Eliza.
Hang on.

712
00:39:35,748 --> 00:39:38,542
Oh, it's so nice
to have them all here.

713
00:39:38,542 --> 00:39:40,753
Look what we did.

714
00:39:40,753 --> 00:39:42,129
Oh, it's not like we're done.

715
00:39:42,129 --> 00:39:44,507
I swear they need you more
in their 20s than ever.

716
00:39:44,507 --> 00:39:45,508
Let's hope so.

717
00:39:48,094 --> 00:39:49,428
Hi.

718
00:39:49,428 --> 00:39:52,223
Sorry, everyone. Rehearsal...

719
00:39:52,223 --> 00:39:55,017
ran late, and there was
traffic on the 5.

720
00:39:55,017 --> 00:39:56,268
Rehearsal for what?

721
00:39:56,268 --> 00:39:58,020
Eliza's playing cello
with the LA Phil now,

722
00:39:58,020 --> 00:40:01,148
which is, uh, pretty impressive
considering she's an undergrad.

723
00:40:01,148 --> 00:40:02,817
Well, it-it's all good.
Don't worry about it.

724
00:40:02,817 --> 00:40:04,026
It's no big deal.

725
00:40:04,026 --> 00:40:06,779
No, it's your graduation.
It's totally a big deal.

726
00:40:06,779 --> 00:40:09,198
Don't you two have a big deal
you wanna talk about?

727
00:40:09,198 --> 00:40:11,158
Mariana, now is not the time.

728
00:40:11,158 --> 00:40:13,327
Come on. How often
are we all together?

729
00:40:15,830 --> 00:40:16,831
It's up to you.

730
00:40:18,082 --> 00:40:20,584
Well, I mean, I don't want
to steal Jude's thunder.

731
00:40:20,584 --> 00:40:21,752
But we're gonna.

732
00:40:21,752 --> 00:40:24,255
-(all laughing)
-(Mariana drumming on table)

733
00:40:24,255 --> 00:40:27,591
Um, Eliza and I are engaged.

734
00:40:27,591 --> 00:40:29,385
-(squeals)
-Jesus: What?

735
00:40:29,385 --> 00:40:31,178
-(gasps)
-That's amazing.

736
00:40:31,178 --> 00:40:32,596
Jude: That's incredible.

737
00:40:32,596 --> 00:40:33,931
Wow!

738
00:40:33,931 --> 00:40:35,558
-Congratulations.
-Show them the ring.

739
00:40:35,558 --> 00:40:36,851
Mariana: I helped Brandon
pick it out

740
00:40:36,851 --> 00:40:38,561
when he came
to visit me in Boston.

741
00:40:38,561 --> 00:40:39,645
Jesus: That's so cool.

742
00:40:39,645 --> 00:40:40,980
Callie: Isn't it beautiful?

743
00:40:40,980 --> 00:40:43,065
So, wh-when is this happening?

744
00:40:43,065 --> 00:40:45,776
I mean, we were thinking
maybe next summer.

745
00:40:45,776 --> 00:40:47,486
-Like a beach thing.
-Brandon: Mm-hmm.

746
00:40:47,486 --> 00:40:49,488
Congratulations.

747
00:40:49,488 --> 00:40:51,574
Oh, my goodness.

748
00:40:53,951 --> 00:40:55,494
Stef: I can't believe it.

749
00:40:55,494 --> 00:40:57,788
-Sweetheart...
-Thank you.

750
00:41:00,249 --> 00:41:01,709
-(cell phone ringing)
-Oh, excuse me one sec.

751
00:41:03,169 --> 00:41:05,087
-Go, girl!
-(laughing)

752
00:41:06,547 --> 00:41:07,548
Hello.

753
00:41:08,549 --> 00:41:10,176
Hey, Bill.

754
00:41:10,176 --> 00:41:12,011
-Wow!
-Brandon: Jesus...

755
00:41:12,011 --> 00:41:13,637
Uh, Stef,

756
00:41:13,637 --> 00:41:14,680
-Stef.
-Congratulations.

757
00:41:15,848 --> 00:41:17,641
Uh, it's Bill.

758
00:41:17,641 --> 00:41:19,685
Uh, the social worker, Bill.

759
00:41:19,685 --> 00:41:22,396
He has a kid who needs a home.

760
00:41:23,647 --> 00:41:24,440
What should I tell him?

761
00:41:28,861 --> 00:41:29,945
(chuckles)

762
00:41:31,572 --> 00:41:34,575
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