1 00:00:01,643 --> 00:00:03,225 Thanks for coming, Mrs. Trundle. 2 00:00:03,226 --> 00:00:05,233 Without you, the second shrimp platter 3 00:00:05,234 --> 00:00:07,801 would have gone completely to waste. 4 00:00:10,572 --> 00:00:12,007 You know, 5 00:00:12,008 --> 00:00:14,676 having 50 old people say great things about your dad 6 00:00:14,677 --> 00:00:17,379 is exhausting. 7 00:00:17,380 --> 00:00:19,323 Trying to convince them you're not the hired help 8 00:00:19,324 --> 00:00:20,379 is no picnic, either. 9 00:00:21,583 --> 00:00:23,985 You didn't complain when they tipped you. 10 00:00:23,986 --> 00:00:26,287 Money's money. 11 00:00:26,288 --> 00:00:28,289 That Eunice was a hoot. 12 00:00:28,290 --> 00:00:31,593 After we straightened out the kink in her oxygen tube. 13 00:00:31,594 --> 00:00:35,196 I got asked out by your dad's 75-year-old cousin. 14 00:00:35,197 --> 00:00:37,032 Of course, he kept calling me Esther 16 00:00:41,203 --> 00:00:43,304 We don't mean to laugh on such a sad occasion, Oscar. 17 00:00:43,305 --> 00:00:44,372 Oh, no, 18 00:00:44,373 --> 00:00:45,716 he would have wanted us to laugh. 19 00:00:45,717 --> 00:00:46,708 You know how he was. 20 00:00:46,709 --> 00:00:48,743 He was the best. 21 00:00:48,744 --> 00:00:50,345 Yeah, I loved that man. 22 00:00:50,346 --> 00:00:51,646 So, how are you holding up? 23 00:00:51,647 --> 00:00:53,081 Pretty good. 24 00:00:53,082 --> 00:00:54,315 I feel lucky that we 25 00:00:54,316 --> 00:00:57,452 were on good terms after we reconnected last year. 26 00:00:57,453 --> 00:00:58,920 You're welcome. 27 00:00:58,921 --> 00:01:01,189 And I made sure to call him a lot. 28 00:01:01,190 --> 00:01:03,591 At my insistence. 29 00:01:03,592 --> 00:01:05,193 And said all the things we needed to say. 30 00:01:05,194 --> 00:01:07,762 Also me. 31 00:01:07,763 --> 00:01:08,930 Felix, keep it up 32 00:01:08,931 --> 00:01:11,665 and you can be the next picture. 33 00:01:13,168 --> 00:01:14,536 Oscar, just remember, 34 00:01:14,537 --> 00:01:15,904 the grieving process can be tricky 35 00:01:15,905 --> 00:01:17,448 and it can take longer than you think. 36 00:01:17,449 --> 00:01:20,817 Yeah, Tuesday mornings are going to be rough. 37 00:01:22,010 --> 00:01:24,073 That's when Walter and I had our weekly video chats. 38 00:01:24,074 --> 00:01:25,346 Seriously, Murph? 39 00:01:25,347 --> 00:01:26,481 Yeah. 40 00:01:26,482 --> 00:01:27,949 We got real close last year. 41 00:01:27,950 --> 00:01:30,785 He called it Tuesdays with Murphy. 42 00:01:35,023 --> 00:01:37,459 There, there, buddy. 43 00:01:37,460 --> 00:01:39,861 I'm sorry my dad died. 44 00:01:39,862 --> 00:01:43,665 Here, have a sucker. 45 00:01:43,666 --> 00:01:46,067 I love how you put your dad's candy all over the place. 46 00:01:46,068 --> 00:01:47,535 Well, making candy was his life. 47 00:01:47,536 --> 00:01:49,070 He would have wanted us to enjoy it. 48 00:01:49,071 --> 00:01:51,134 It's like every holiday rolled into one around here. 49 00:01:52,174 --> 00:01:54,943 Oh, and death. 50 00:01:54,944 --> 00:01:56,744 Oscar. 51 00:01:56,745 --> 00:01:59,114 Need I remind you of your recent trip to the dentist? 52 00:01:59,115 --> 00:02:00,215 And what did she say, hmm? 53 00:02:00,216 --> 00:02:01,649 That you shouldn't be allowed 54 00:02:01,650 --> 00:02:03,084 in the exam room with me? 55 00:02:03,085 --> 00:02:05,286 No, that your tooth was infected 56 00:02:05,287 --> 00:02:06,588 and to avoid sweets. 57 00:02:06,589 --> 00:02:08,732 Luckily, I am here to make sure you follow her orders. 58 00:02:08,733 --> 00:02:10,191 I believe her first order was, 59 00:02:10,192 --> 00:02:13,261 "Get away from his mouth, Felix, you're not a dentist." 60 00:02:13,262 --> 00:02:14,392 Oscar, it's time 61 00:02:14,393 --> 00:02:16,046 for the video conference with your dad's lawyer. 62 00:02:16,047 --> 00:02:16,854 Guys, why don't we 63 00:02:16,855 --> 00:02:18,488 give him some space and clean up. 64 00:02:21,359 --> 00:02:23,693 It's my wife asking when I'm going to be home. 65 00:02:23,694 --> 00:02:25,662 "Gonna be a while." 66 00:02:25,663 --> 00:02:27,330 "Very emotional day." 67 00:02:27,331 --> 00:02:30,067 Ooh, I got dibs on the mini quiche! 68 00:02:30,068 --> 00:02:31,134 Hey! 69 00:02:31,135 --> 00:02:32,602 I'm worried about Oscar. 70 00:02:32,603 --> 00:02:34,471 He's putting on his brave face, but I can tell 71 00:02:34,472 --> 00:02:36,739 he's avoiding his pain... both dental and mental. 72 00:02:38,008 --> 00:02:39,443 I think he's coping pretty well. 73 00:02:39,444 --> 00:02:41,378 Yeah, he's holding up better than I would be. 74 00:02:41,379 --> 00:02:43,780 I cry when my phone dies. 75 00:02:43,781 --> 00:02:46,516 You can't see it, but as his dearest friend, 76 00:02:46,517 --> 00:02:49,086 I can tell you he is crying out for help. 77 00:02:49,087 --> 00:02:49,920 I don't know... 78 00:02:49,921 --> 00:02:52,122 Felix, I need you! 79 00:02:52,123 --> 00:02:53,557 Well, well. 80 00:02:53,558 --> 00:02:55,926 What can I do for you, my fragile friend? 81 00:02:55,927 --> 00:02:58,761 Make the lawyer face happen. 82 00:03:00,730 --> 00:03:01,830 Nope. 83 00:03:05,937 --> 00:03:07,080 Oscar? 84 00:03:07,081 --> 00:03:08,780 Stanley Barnes. 85 00:03:10,173 --> 00:03:11,508 Nice to meet you, 86 00:03:11,509 --> 00:03:13,710 though I'm sorry about the circumstances. 87 00:03:13,711 --> 00:03:14,945 I loved your dad. 88 00:03:14,946 --> 00:03:16,012 Oh, thanks. 89 00:03:16,013 --> 00:03:17,681 He was one of a kind. 90 00:03:17,682 --> 00:03:23,286 So let's cut to the chase: your father was a very wealthy man. 91 00:03:23,287 --> 00:03:25,555 Crazy, crazy wealthy. 92 00:03:25,556 --> 00:03:28,024 What? Are you sure? 93 00:03:28,025 --> 00:03:30,393 Yes, and he's leaving it all to you. 94 00:03:30,394 --> 00:03:32,762 All $300 million and... 95 00:03:32,763 --> 00:03:34,498 Oh, wait. 96 00:03:34,499 --> 00:03:36,332 No, wrong... wrong file. 97 00:03:37,467 --> 00:03:40,137 Ah, here we go. 98 00:03:40,138 --> 00:03:42,472 Your dad had... 99 00:03:42,473 --> 00:03:44,473 next to nothing. 100 00:03:46,042 --> 00:03:48,378 Yeah, that's more like it. 101 00:03:48,379 --> 00:03:52,149 He did have one last request: that you scatter his ashes 102 00:03:52,150 --> 00:03:55,585 in the river behind his first candy factory. 103 00:03:55,586 --> 00:03:56,686 I remember that place. 104 00:03:56,687 --> 00:03:58,550 When I was a kid we used to swim in that river. 105 00:03:58,551 --> 00:04:02,492 Until my eyebrows fell out and my grades started to drop. 106 00:04:02,493 --> 00:04:05,127 What a touching memory. 107 00:04:06,496 --> 00:04:07,898 So about the ashes... 108 00:04:07,899 --> 00:04:09,699 your dad asked that you scatter them 109 00:04:09,700 --> 00:04:13,136 with someone named Patty Dombrowski. 110 00:04:13,137 --> 00:04:15,172 Really? His old business partner? 111 00:04:15,173 --> 00:04:16,506 They haven't spoken in 30 years. 112 00:04:16,507 --> 00:04:19,209 Ooh, mysterious. 113 00:04:19,210 --> 00:04:20,810 What happened? 114 00:04:20,811 --> 00:04:23,914 I don't know, but Patty's name was forbidden around our house. 115 00:04:23,915 --> 00:04:27,249 We had to call our favorite mints "peppermint betrayals." 116 00:04:29,085 --> 00:04:30,687 I'll email you Patty's address. 117 00:04:30,688 --> 00:04:33,256 Again, sorry for your loss. 118 00:04:33,257 --> 00:04:35,658 But congratulations on the $300 million. 119 00:04:37,127 --> 00:04:39,196 Oh boy, I did it again. 120 00:04:39,197 --> 00:04:41,965 Well, guess I'll have to find Patty and take care of this. 121 00:04:41,966 --> 00:04:43,133 Maybe next week. 122 00:04:43,134 --> 00:04:45,168 No... Oscar, Oscar, Oscar. 123 00:04:45,169 --> 00:04:46,469 You can't put this off. 124 00:04:46,470 --> 00:04:48,638 You need this closure as part of the healing process. 125 00:04:48,639 --> 00:04:50,173 I have closure. 126 00:04:50,174 --> 00:04:52,207 I'm moving on to the candy part of the process. 127 00:04:53,910 --> 00:04:55,311 Fine. 128 00:04:56,479 --> 00:04:58,299 I'm going to need you to empty your pockets. 129 00:05:01,518 --> 00:05:03,018 And your jacket. 130 00:05:09,392 --> 00:05:11,294 And the candy corn in your underpants. 131 00:05:11,295 --> 00:05:12,328 Damn it! 132 00:05:26,987 --> 00:05:33,487 Subtitle sync and corrections by awaqeded for www.addic7ed.com. 133 00:05:34,150 --> 00:05:37,553 Okay, Pop, one last road trip. 134 00:05:40,757 --> 00:05:42,659 Oh no. 135 00:05:42,660 --> 00:05:43,793 First mate Felix Unger 136 00:05:43,794 --> 00:05:45,929 requesting permission to support. 137 00:05:45,930 --> 00:05:48,431 What are you talking about, man? 138 00:05:48,432 --> 00:05:51,268 I thought I would come along and help you with your tooth. 139 00:05:51,269 --> 00:05:53,570 And any other pain you might be experiencing. 140 00:05:53,571 --> 00:05:55,092 Felix, you don't have to come with me. 141 00:05:55,093 --> 00:05:56,059 I'll be fine on my own. 142 00:05:56,060 --> 00:05:57,073 Nonsense. 143 00:05:57,074 --> 00:05:58,288 I brought along the antibiotics, 144 00:05:58,289 --> 00:06:00,477 which to no one's surprise you left on our kitchen table. 145 00:06:00,478 --> 00:06:01,645 And plenty of lukewarm water 146 00:06:01,646 --> 00:06:03,079 for your temperature-sensitive tooth. 147 00:06:03,080 --> 00:06:03,961 Felix, I don't want... 148 00:06:03,962 --> 00:06:05,225 And a six-pack of pudding cups. 149 00:06:05,226 --> 00:06:06,811 We should get in. 150 00:06:08,018 --> 00:06:10,620 Oscar... 151 00:06:10,621 --> 00:06:12,389 You will not regret this. 152 00:06:12,390 --> 00:06:15,225 Two friends on the open road, one hurting, 153 00:06:15,226 --> 00:06:17,327 one helping to heal the hurt. 154 00:06:17,328 --> 00:06:19,596 One wanting to hurt the healer. 155 00:06:19,597 --> 00:06:21,698 Okay, well, that just sounds like a cry for help. 156 00:06:21,699 --> 00:06:23,442 You know, in Mexico, they celebrate the dead 157 00:06:23,443 --> 00:06:24,834 with DIA de los Muertos... 158 00:06:24,835 --> 00:06:25,669 What are you doing? 159 00:06:25,670 --> 00:06:27,537 Oh, Dad's riding shotgun. 160 00:06:27,538 --> 00:06:28,837 He talks less. 161 00:06:38,313 --> 00:06:39,647 Did you really have to ask him 162 00:06:39,648 --> 00:06:42,082 all those questions about his family? 163 00:06:42,083 --> 00:06:44,117 Toll booth operators are people, too. 164 00:06:47,855 --> 00:06:49,790 Hi. 165 00:06:49,791 --> 00:06:51,692 Does a Patty Dombrowski live here? 166 00:06:51,693 --> 00:06:53,526 Well, she used to. 167 00:06:56,163 --> 00:06:58,632 I'm her mother, Mrs. Dombrowski. 168 00:06:58,633 --> 00:07:01,068 You can call me Mrs. D. 169 00:07:01,069 --> 00:07:03,493 I'm Oscar Madison. 170 00:07:03,494 --> 00:07:04,694 Oh, 171 00:07:04,695 --> 00:07:06,696 I'm so sorry about your dad. 172 00:07:06,697 --> 00:07:08,465 Such a lovely man. 173 00:07:08,466 --> 00:07:12,469 He and Patty used to test their candy recipes right here. 174 00:07:12,470 --> 00:07:14,204 They always 175 00:07:14,205 --> 00:07:18,340 created the sweetest-smelling kitchen fires. 176 00:07:20,177 --> 00:07:21,378 Please sit down. 177 00:07:21,379 --> 00:07:22,811 Oh, thank you. 178 00:07:24,448 --> 00:07:25,415 I'm Felix Unger. 183 00:07:33,590 --> 00:07:35,612 So your daughter and Walter worked together 184 00:07:35,613 --> 00:07:36,420 out of your kitchen, 185 00:07:36,421 --> 00:07:38,195 the sweet aroma of sugar mingling 186 00:07:38,196 --> 00:07:41,965 harmoniously with a generous scoop of entrepreneurship. 187 00:07:41,966 --> 00:07:45,034 Okay, he's beginning to annoy me. 188 00:07:47,137 --> 00:07:48,939 So, Mrs. D, if you don't mind my asking, 189 00:07:48,940 --> 00:07:50,807 why'd Walter and Patty stop speaking? 190 00:07:50,808 --> 00:07:52,309 Well, you'd have to ask Patty. 191 00:07:52,310 --> 00:07:53,977 I'm sure she would love 192 00:07:53,978 --> 00:07:55,645 to see you, Oscar. 193 00:07:55,646 --> 00:07:58,148 I'll write down her address. 194 00:07:58,149 --> 00:07:59,583 Oh, thank you very much. 195 00:07:59,584 --> 00:08:01,618 Now, Oscar, let's take a quick water break. 196 00:08:01,619 --> 00:08:03,019 Remember what the dentist said: 197 00:08:03,020 --> 00:08:04,588 more hydration makes inflammation 198 00:08:04,589 --> 00:08:06,723 take a long vacation. 199 00:08:06,724 --> 00:08:07,858 She didn't say that. 200 00:08:07,859 --> 00:08:09,993 She easily could have. 201 00:08:09,994 --> 00:08:11,661 Is he always like this? 202 00:08:11,662 --> 00:08:13,029 Oh... 203 00:08:13,030 --> 00:08:15,231 You have no idea. 204 00:08:17,667 --> 00:08:18,768 So, how are you holding up? 205 00:08:18,769 --> 00:08:20,370 Tooth-wise and... otherwise. 206 00:08:20,371 --> 00:08:22,539 Would you stop asking me that? 207 00:08:22,540 --> 00:08:24,274 I'm getting tired of hearing your voice. 208 00:08:24,275 --> 00:08:25,738 Oscar, Oscar, Oscar. 210 00:08:26,777 --> 00:08:29,579 - Oscar, Oscar, Oscar... - How are you doing that? 211 00:08:29,580 --> 00:08:31,181 It's your mobile device. 212 00:08:31,182 --> 00:08:33,383 What the hell? 213 00:08:33,384 --> 00:08:35,819 It's an alarm I made to remind you to take your medication. 214 00:08:35,820 --> 00:08:38,124 I took your phone and recorded it while you were sleeping. 215 00:08:38,125 --> 00:08:40,023 How did you get the password? 216 00:08:40,024 --> 00:08:42,959 I took a shot with 1-2-3-4, and what do you know? 217 00:08:42,960 --> 00:08:45,462 Well, I'm going to change it now. 218 00:08:45,463 --> 00:08:47,631 To 5-6-7-8? 219 00:08:47,632 --> 00:08:48,832 Damn it! 220 00:08:48,833 --> 00:08:50,267 I'm not taking that pill. 221 00:08:50,268 --> 00:08:51,334 That's okay, I understand. 222 00:08:51,335 --> 00:08:52,502 I understand completely. 223 00:08:52,503 --> 00:08:54,538 I would not force you to do something 224 00:08:54,539 --> 00:08:56,106 that I would not do my... 225 00:08:56,107 --> 00:08:58,208 Oh, look, how about just a snack though? 226 00:08:58,209 --> 00:09:00,342 Hey! Peanut butter on a cracker! 227 00:09:02,746 --> 00:09:05,415 Wait, is there a pill in here? 228 00:09:06,517 --> 00:09:08,285 Swallow. 229 00:09:08,286 --> 00:09:09,719 Who's a good boy? 230 00:09:09,720 --> 00:09:11,387 I am. I'm a good boy. 231 00:09:13,690 --> 00:09:17,127 Can I help you? 232 00:09:17,128 --> 00:09:18,428 Yes. 233 00:09:18,429 --> 00:09:19,972 We're looking for someone named Patty. 234 00:09:19,973 --> 00:09:21,598 Oh, Patty's my sister, 235 00:09:21,599 --> 00:09:22,966 but she's not here right now. 236 00:09:22,967 --> 00:09:24,434 Ah... 237 00:09:24,435 --> 00:09:26,436 Has she gotten herself into another one of those 238 00:09:26,437 --> 00:09:29,204 three-way-affair thingies? 239 00:09:31,441 --> 00:09:34,611 No. This is Oscar Madison, Walter's son. 240 00:09:34,612 --> 00:09:35,879 Oscar?! 241 00:09:35,880 --> 00:09:39,115 Oh, Oscar, Oscar. 242 00:09:39,116 --> 00:09:41,851 Oh, your dad was the sweetest guy. 243 00:09:41,852 --> 00:09:44,854 He gave me my first job... babysitting you. 244 00:09:44,855 --> 00:09:46,389 Wait a minute, Viv? 245 00:09:46,390 --> 00:09:47,958 - Mmm-hmm. Yes! - Of course. 254 00:10:04,976 --> 00:10:07,177 He would eat anything that wasn't nailed down: 255 00:10:07,178 --> 00:10:10,479 orange peels, dirt, handfuls of the dog's fur. 268 00:10:38,760 --> 00:10:40,304 - Yeah, yeah. - Is there a way I can... 269 00:10:40,305 --> 00:10:41,878 Is there a room that I could... 270 00:10:41,879 --> 00:10:43,780 Right that way, yes. 271 00:10:43,781 --> 00:10:46,382 Oh, keep your hands off the dog! 272 00:10:51,988 --> 00:10:53,290 She's not here. 273 00:10:53,291 --> 00:10:54,270 Let's just go home. 274 00:10:54,271 --> 00:10:55,454 I'll do this some other time. 275 00:10:55,455 --> 00:10:56,526 Oscar. 276 00:10:56,527 --> 00:10:58,761 What? Like my dad's in a rush? 277 00:11:00,030 --> 00:11:02,399 Stop avoiding... you're doing this. 278 00:11:02,400 --> 00:11:03,866 Bartendress! 279 00:11:05,001 --> 00:11:06,168 Hey. 280 00:11:08,805 --> 00:11:11,574 So, can I get you boys a couple of ice cold beers? 281 00:11:11,575 --> 00:11:13,910 - Hell yeah! - Absolutely not! 282 00:11:13,911 --> 00:11:15,412 Oscar, no. 283 00:11:15,413 --> 00:11:17,116 No alcohol while you're on the antibiotics. 284 00:11:17,117 --> 00:11:18,581 I need something to dull the pain. 285 00:11:18,582 --> 00:11:20,483 Of you. 286 00:11:20,484 --> 00:11:23,620 I have plenty of fluids here in my Manny sack. 287 00:11:23,621 --> 00:11:27,157 Wow, an even creepier way of saying fanny pack. 288 00:11:27,158 --> 00:11:28,837 Oscar, that is not a good idea. 289 00:11:28,838 --> 00:11:30,438 Okay, how is that cold sensitivity going 290 00:11:30,462 --> 00:11:31,328 right about now, huh? 291 00:11:31,329 --> 00:11:32,761 Not a problem. 292 00:11:34,230 --> 00:11:36,833 Miss, do you know a Patty Dombrowski? 293 00:11:36,834 --> 00:11:39,102 Oh, yeah, she just left here a little while ago. 294 00:11:39,103 --> 00:11:40,470 Why, who's asking? 295 00:11:40,471 --> 00:11:41,771 I'm Felix. 296 00:11:41,772 --> 00:11:43,395 This is my adult roommate, Oscar Madison. 297 00:11:43,396 --> 00:11:44,441 He's Walter's son. 298 00:11:44,442 --> 00:11:46,910 No way! 299 00:11:46,911 --> 00:11:49,512 Grubby little Oscar Madison? 300 00:11:49,513 --> 00:11:51,748 Yeah. 301 00:11:51,749 --> 00:11:53,183 Oh, my God! 302 00:11:53,184 --> 00:11:56,186 Your dad used to bring you here when you were little. 303 00:11:56,187 --> 00:12:00,757 One time you ate a whole package of urinal cakes. 304 00:12:00,758 --> 00:12:03,293 It said cake. 305 00:12:03,294 --> 00:12:05,195 You were always eating. 306 00:12:05,196 --> 00:12:06,219 You were like a little... 307 00:12:06,220 --> 00:12:08,264 - Goat. - Goat. 308 00:12:08,265 --> 00:12:10,400 I loved Walter. 309 00:12:10,401 --> 00:12:12,802 He had the greatest stories. 310 00:12:12,803 --> 00:12:14,304 He really kept this place laughing. 311 00:12:14,305 --> 00:12:17,105 You guys talking about Walter? 312 00:12:19,442 --> 00:12:22,212 We used to work at the candy factory. 313 00:12:22,213 --> 00:12:24,447 Back in the day. 314 00:12:24,448 --> 00:12:26,883 Walter was the best boss. 315 00:12:26,884 --> 00:12:28,752 Oh, yes, some of our happiest days 316 00:12:28,753 --> 00:12:31,020 were working for that guy. 317 00:12:31,021 --> 00:12:33,823 Before he and Patty stopped working together. 318 00:12:33,824 --> 00:12:35,892 Do you know what their fight was about? 319 00:12:35,893 --> 00:12:37,560 No, but it got ugly. 320 00:12:37,561 --> 00:12:40,330 I heard he tried to strangle her with some licorice rope. 325 00:12:51,241 --> 00:12:53,575 Now I'm just making stuff up. 334 00:13:10,728 --> 00:13:12,662 After your dad left, Patty kept it going. 335 00:13:12,663 --> 00:13:14,097 Okay, let's go. 336 00:13:14,098 --> 00:13:15,698 Oscar, Oscar, Oscar. 337 00:13:15,699 --> 00:13:17,667 Are you kidding me? 338 00:13:17,668 --> 00:13:19,302 Pill time! 339 00:13:19,303 --> 00:13:20,970 You are driving me crazy with this thing! 340 00:13:20,971 --> 00:13:22,434 Oscar, Oscar, Oscar. 341 00:13:22,435 --> 00:13:23,373 How do you turn it off? 342 00:13:23,374 --> 00:13:25,475 Take your pill and I will tell you. 343 00:13:25,476 --> 00:13:27,676 Oscar, Oscar, Oscar. 344 00:13:29,879 --> 00:13:32,314 - You just broke your phone. - Totally worth it. 345 00:13:39,289 --> 00:13:42,891 Hi, we're looking for a Patty Dombrowski. 346 00:13:48,465 --> 00:13:50,366 If you're from the health department, 347 00:13:50,367 --> 00:13:53,101 my hair net's over there. 348 00:14:04,556 --> 00:14:06,558 I can't believe your dad's gone. 349 00:14:06,559 --> 00:14:08,460 Sorry for your loss. 350 00:14:08,461 --> 00:14:09,728 Thank you. 351 00:14:09,729 --> 00:14:10,928 He's in there? 352 00:14:14,266 --> 00:14:15,267 Yes. 353 00:14:15,268 --> 00:14:16,735 Hey, Walter. 354 00:14:16,736 --> 00:14:18,170 Been a while. 355 00:14:18,171 --> 00:14:20,471 You look a little ashen. 356 00:14:22,174 --> 00:14:24,176 He always liked a good joke. 357 00:14:24,177 --> 00:14:25,677 He sure did. 358 00:14:25,678 --> 00:14:27,879 You know, I used to come around this place a lot 359 00:14:27,880 --> 00:14:29,047 when I was a kid. 360 00:14:29,048 --> 00:14:32,049 Yeah, there's not a machine in here that you didn't lick. 361 00:14:32,918 --> 00:14:35,654 Including the forklift. 362 00:14:35,655 --> 00:14:38,423 It said fork. 363 00:14:38,424 --> 00:14:40,558 It didn't say lick! 364 00:14:42,994 --> 00:14:47,766 Thank God the government wasn't big on health codes back then. 365 00:14:47,767 --> 00:14:49,134 Back then? 366 00:14:49,135 --> 00:14:52,737 In 1980? 367 00:14:52,738 --> 00:14:54,439 Okay. 368 00:14:54,440 --> 00:14:56,241 So anyway, Mrs. Dombrowski... 369 00:14:56,242 --> 00:14:57,709 You're a middle-aged man. 370 00:14:57,710 --> 00:14:58,777 Call me Patty. 371 00:14:58,778 --> 00:15:00,278 Okay, Patty. 372 00:15:00,279 --> 00:15:01,780 Well, in my dad's will, 373 00:15:01,781 --> 00:15:05,484 he wanted you and I to get together to scatter his ashes. 374 00:15:05,485 --> 00:15:07,419 Really? 375 00:15:07,420 --> 00:15:08,887 That's odd. 376 00:15:08,888 --> 00:15:11,490 The way things ended with me and your dad, 377 00:15:11,491 --> 00:15:13,357 I didn't think he'd want me part of this. 378 00:15:14,226 --> 00:15:15,126 Want a taffy? 379 00:15:15,127 --> 00:15:16,860 Yeah. 380 00:15:18,430 --> 00:15:20,565 Actually, Oscar will have to decline. 381 00:15:20,566 --> 00:15:22,133 He's having tooth problems. 382 00:15:22,134 --> 00:15:23,168 Who is this guy, 383 00:15:23,169 --> 00:15:25,303 your butler? 384 00:15:25,304 --> 00:15:27,439 He's a pain in my butler. 385 00:15:27,440 --> 00:15:29,341 Oscar isn't minding his health. 386 00:15:29,342 --> 00:15:31,576 Well, you are not minding your own business. 387 00:15:31,577 --> 00:15:33,245 Well, you are acting like a child. 388 00:15:33,246 --> 00:15:36,481 You heard the lady, I'm a middle-aged man! 389 00:15:36,482 --> 00:15:38,049 Oscar, Oscar, Oscar. 390 00:15:38,050 --> 00:15:40,952 Oh, you cannot be serious! 391 00:15:40,953 --> 00:15:43,056 That's right, I knew that you would disable the alarm 392 00:15:43,057 --> 00:15:44,923 on your phone, so I put a backup on mine. 393 00:15:44,924 --> 00:15:46,958 I should never have let you come on this trip. 394 00:15:46,959 --> 00:15:48,226 Now give me your phone! 395 00:15:48,227 --> 00:15:49,530 No, when you take your medicine. 396 00:15:49,531 --> 00:15:51,600 - Give me your phone! - When you take medicine! 397 00:15:55,016 --> 00:15:55,733 Oh dear. 398 00:15:57,769 --> 00:16:00,904 Oh dear? That's $200 worth of taffy! 399 00:16:02,807 --> 00:16:04,242 And, you know... 400 00:16:04,243 --> 00:16:06,011 my dad. 401 00:16:06,012 --> 00:16:08,379 What do we do now? 402 00:16:09,814 --> 00:16:12,350 Well, this isn't weird at all. 403 00:16:12,351 --> 00:16:16,220 Just a night at the river with a giant vat of ash taffy. 404 00:16:17,222 --> 00:16:19,424 What flavor was it anyway? 405 00:16:19,425 --> 00:16:21,927 Well, it was watermelon. 410 00:16:33,439 --> 00:16:35,239 Godspeed, Mr. Madison. 414 00:16:42,315 --> 00:16:43,647 Take your time. 415 00:16:44,849 --> 00:16:49,186 Dad, I'm really gonna miss you. 416 00:16:50,455 --> 00:16:52,891 I hope that wherever you are, 417 00:16:52,892 --> 00:16:55,727 the New York Mets are on 418 00:16:55,728 --> 00:16:58,796 and it's always the '86 World Series. 419 00:17:00,999 --> 00:17:03,702 I loved being your son. 420 00:17:03,703 --> 00:17:05,636 I still do. 421 00:17:07,005 --> 00:17:09,507 Okay. 426 00:17:34,634 --> 00:17:39,004 Well, back in the mid - '80s, we invented a new flavor of taffy. 444 00:18:14,607 --> 00:18:16,574 I wish I hadn't been so stubborn. 451 00:18:35,528 --> 00:18:37,595 I'm sorry I snapped at you. 452 00:18:37,596 --> 00:18:39,297 I'm sorry I got overbearing. 459 00:18:51,377 --> 00:18:54,713 That's just what I was thinking, buddy. 460 00:18:54,714 --> 00:18:56,948 Oh, look, hey, he's picking up steam. 461 00:18:56,949 --> 00:18:58,683 Come on, Dad! 462 00:18:58,684 --> 00:18:59,951 Keep oozing! 463 00:18:59,952 --> 00:19:01,652 Keep oozing! 464 00:19:06,459 --> 00:19:07,592 Huh. 465 00:19:07,593 --> 00:19:10,128 Taffy floats. 466 00:19:10,129 --> 00:19:12,192 Your father is going to make that family of seagulls 467 00:19:12,193 --> 00:19:13,792 very happy. 473 00:19:24,210 --> 00:19:25,209 Flee the scene! 474 00:19:35,006 --> 00:19:35,974 Ah! 475 00:19:35,975 --> 00:19:37,174 Ah! 476 00:19:39,044 --> 00:19:42,013 I didn't eat a whole pie! 477 00:19:42,014 --> 00:19:44,916 All right, fine, I ate a whole pie. 478 00:19:44,917 --> 00:19:46,985 What are you guys doing here? 479 00:19:46,986 --> 00:19:50,121 It totally wasn't because we started eating the leftovers 480 00:19:50,122 --> 00:19:52,591 and then passed out. 481 00:19:52,592 --> 00:19:56,995 No, we wanted to be here for you when you got back, 482 00:19:56,996 --> 00:19:59,197 so you would know that we're here for you. 483 00:19:59,198 --> 00:20:03,235 And now you're back, and we're here. 484 00:20:03,236 --> 00:20:06,004 For you. 485 00:20:06,005 --> 00:20:09,507 Sorry, I polished off all the leftover wine. 486 00:20:09,508 --> 00:20:12,242 She tried to kiss two of us. 487 00:20:14,346 --> 00:20:16,547 No, no, no, no, no. 488 00:20:18,683 --> 00:20:20,485 So, how'd it go? Did you find Patty? 489 00:20:20,486 --> 00:20:22,153 Yeah, it was a good day. 490 00:20:22,154 --> 00:20:23,388 Yes, it was. 491 00:20:23,389 --> 00:20:24,723 A lot of healing. 492 00:20:24,724 --> 00:20:27,359 Speaking of which, it is time for your medicine. 493 00:20:27,360 --> 00:20:29,561 Oh, buddy, can you give me a break from the pills 494 00:20:29,562 --> 00:20:30,861 for a while? 495 00:20:31,763 --> 00:20:33,732 Yeah. You had a pretty big day. 496 00:20:33,733 --> 00:20:35,836 You know what, why don't you just have this nice pie? 497 00:20:35,837 --> 00:20:37,135 - Mmm. - Mmm-hmm. 498 00:20:37,136 --> 00:20:38,335 Thanks. 499 00:20:41,239 --> 00:20:42,908 Mmm, that's really good. 500 00:20:42,909 --> 00:20:44,342 You put a pill in it? 501 00:20:44,343 --> 00:20:45,976 I did. 502 00:20:54,119 --> 00:20:56,420 - I'm a good boy. - Okay. 503 00:21:02,531 --> 00:21:10,131 Subtitle sync and corrections by awaqeded for www.addic7ed.com.