1 00:00:04,206 --> 00:00:06,840 Ooh. Somebody's working hard. 2 00:00:08,710 --> 00:00:11,978 Or are you doing that sexy librarian thing I suggested? 3 00:00:13,115 --> 00:00:15,048 Shh, you. 4 00:00:15,150 --> 00:00:17,884 Come on. Say it in French... bibliothèque. 5 00:00:22,624 --> 00:00:24,558 Look, I'm just... I'm tutoring too many kids. 6 00:00:24,660 --> 00:00:27,027 I started with 3, and I'm up to 14. 7 00:00:27,095 --> 00:00:28,962 Yeah, we noticed at Outdoor Man the conference room's 8 00:00:29,064 --> 00:00:32,465 getting pretty crowded ...uncomfortably crowded. 9 00:00:32,534 --> 00:00:34,334 Says Ed. 10 00:00:34,436 --> 00:00:37,170 Well, tell Ed I'm sorry, 11 00:00:37,272 --> 00:00:40,540 but it is test season ...SATs, ACTs, APs. 12 00:00:40,642 --> 00:00:42,742 And many more kids calling me every day. 13 00:00:42,845 --> 00:00:43,944 What am I supposed to do? 14 00:00:44,046 --> 00:00:49,049 Well... stand back and let some of them flunk, and then we thin the herd. 15 00:00:49,151 --> 00:00:52,285 Honey, they need my help... Yeah. 16 00:00:52,354 --> 00:00:54,187 ...and... and not just the underprivileged ones... I get it. 17 00:00:54,256 --> 00:00:55,255 ...that I tutor for free. Uh-huh. 18 00:00:55,324 --> 00:00:57,691 The wealthy parents are offering me some pretty big money. 19 00:01:01,496 --> 00:01:05,532 Well, then stand back and enjoy the view from Money Mountain. 20 00:01:06,602 --> 00:01:10,003 Just what kind of do-re-mi are we talking? 21 00:01:11,340 --> 00:01:14,040 They threw out some pretty big numbers per hour, so... 22 00:01:14,109 --> 00:01:18,211 Well, you know what I always say, got to... got to think of the children. 23 00:01:18,347 --> 00:01:19,546 Ugh. 24 00:01:21,316 --> 00:01:25,418 You know, I have been thinking about turning this into an actual business. 25 00:01:25,520 --> 00:01:26,720 Yeah, is that ...is that crazy? 26 00:01:26,755 --> 00:01:29,723 No, I think what's crazy is you've been doing this tutoring for nothing, 27 00:01:29,791 --> 00:01:33,260 and the fact that you thought "La La Land" was the best movie. 28 00:01:33,328 --> 00:01:35,729 Yeah, but if I'm taking on that many more students, 29 00:01:35,797 --> 00:01:37,831 I probably can't keep using Outdoor Man, right? 30 00:01:37,900 --> 00:01:39,466 Uh, doggone it. 31 00:01:39,534 --> 00:01:41,468 Then those kids would have to go someplace else. Yeah. 32 00:01:41,536 --> 00:01:42,535 Damn it, right? 33 00:01:44,373 --> 00:01:45,454 Well, it's okay. It's okay. 34 00:01:45,507 --> 00:01:46,706 I already have someplace else in mind. 35 00:01:46,808 --> 00:01:48,074 Great. That's good. Yeah, yeah, yeah. 36 00:01:48,176 --> 00:01:49,209 It's quiet. Uh-huh. 37 00:01:49,311 --> 00:01:50,777 There's a lot more space... Perfect. 38 00:01:50,846 --> 00:01:52,913 ...and I won't have to pay rent. 39 00:01:56,218 --> 00:01:59,319 Oh. Oh, God. 40 00:01:59,421 --> 00:02:00,553 Talking about doing it here? 41 00:02:00,656 --> 00:02:01,755 Yeah. 42 00:02:01,857 --> 00:02:03,323 Damn it, right? 43 00:02:08,931 --> 00:02:11,965 Synced and corrected by Katniss Everdeen. www.addic7ed.com 44 00:02:15,771 --> 00:02:18,738 Sign that, and we're all set. Thank you, Mikey. 45 00:02:18,840 --> 00:02:21,875 So, Vanessa's starting her own business, huh? 46 00:02:21,977 --> 00:02:26,346 Mm-hmm. Well, tell her to be very careful choosing a partner, right? 47 00:02:26,448 --> 00:02:28,915 Very careful. 48 00:02:29,017 --> 00:02:32,686 That train runs both ways, Ed. 49 00:02:32,788 --> 00:02:34,421 You don't seem very happy about this. 50 00:02:34,523 --> 00:02:35,622 Come on now. 51 00:02:35,724 --> 00:02:38,358 The tomato's finally bringing in some lettuce. 52 00:02:38,460 --> 00:02:40,827 Oh. Oh, it's the 1940s again? 53 00:02:40,929 --> 00:02:43,630 Me without a fedora and a Lucky Strike. 54 00:02:44,800 --> 00:02:46,633 You're so right, Ed. 55 00:02:46,735 --> 00:02:48,101 Yeah, I'm happy she started a business. 56 00:02:48,203 --> 00:02:51,538 I just don't know that I want those kids running around my house. 57 00:02:51,640 --> 00:02:54,774 Well, I'm gonna miss those little rascals running around the store. 58 00:02:54,876 --> 00:02:56,142 What are you talking about? 59 00:02:56,244 --> 00:02:57,944 You accuse them of shoplifting. You yell at them all the time. 60 00:02:58,013 --> 00:03:00,981 You threw that one kid into the trout pond. 61 00:03:01,083 --> 00:03:03,149 Hey. Hi. Hi. How are you? 62 00:03:03,251 --> 00:03:04,317 Hey, look at you. 63 00:03:04,419 --> 00:03:05,518 I got the news, okay. 64 00:03:05,620 --> 00:03:06,786 Mwah. Thank you. Have fun, Vanessa, 65 00:03:06,888 --> 00:03:08,488 with all those kids running around the house. 66 00:03:08,590 --> 00:03:12,292 You may lose a few knickknacks, but it'll be worth it. 67 00:03:12,394 --> 00:03:14,561 Uh, hey, so, uh... so did you get a chance 68 00:03:14,663 --> 00:03:16,183 to look at my business plan? Oh, yeah. 69 00:03:16,264 --> 00:03:17,797 Took a gander at it, but it's been a busy day. 70 00:03:17,899 --> 00:03:20,834 A kid fell into the trout pond. 71 00:03:20,936 --> 00:03:22,569 Well, I mean, if... if it's not worth your time, 72 00:03:22,671 --> 00:03:25,038 then just give it back to me. No, no. Of course it's worth my time. 73 00:03:25,140 --> 00:03:27,807 Listen, I made some suggestions in the margin. 74 00:03:27,909 --> 00:03:31,411 When I ran out of margin, I-I used the back. 75 00:03:31,513 --> 00:03:32,979 Let me see. Let me see. 76 00:03:33,081 --> 00:03:34,521 I just want... Before you look at it, 77 00:03:34,549 --> 00:03:36,349 I want you to make sure this all came out of love and respect, 78 00:03:36,451 --> 00:03:38,885 and you look terrific in that outfit, by the way. 79 00:03:42,190 --> 00:03:43,390 Oh, my God. 80 00:03:43,492 --> 00:03:45,592 Honey, your original idea was great. 81 00:03:45,694 --> 00:03:47,761 I just fleshed it out a little bit. 82 00:03:47,863 --> 00:03:49,662 Right? 83 00:03:49,765 --> 00:03:53,733 Okay, maybe I should have used blue ink 'cause red ink looks so angry. 84 00:03:53,802 --> 00:03:59,873 You paid attention to every single line I wrote. Right. 85 00:03:59,975 --> 00:04:01,374 You really do care. 86 00:04:02,711 --> 00:04:03,877 Yes. 87 00:04:03,979 --> 00:04:08,715 Well, if criticism means caring, I'm like the care bear. 88 00:04:11,053 --> 00:04:12,786 Wow. Wow. 89 00:04:12,888 --> 00:04:16,256 You even gave me the names and contacts of Realtors. 90 00:04:16,358 --> 00:04:19,125 Honey, you are so thoughtful. 91 00:04:19,227 --> 00:04:20,527 I mean... 92 00:04:20,629 --> 00:04:22,862 Oh, thank you. 93 00:04:22,931 --> 00:04:26,633 Just thinking about you and I and the house we live in by ourselves. 94 00:04:30,906 --> 00:04:32,405 Hey, Eve. 95 00:04:32,507 --> 00:04:35,041 Check out this new top I made. 96 00:04:35,110 --> 00:04:37,710 See, I know it looks, like, really cute on me, 97 00:04:37,779 --> 00:04:43,983 but how do I know if a basic, plain girl could pull it off? 98 00:04:46,388 --> 00:04:52,559 If only I knew of a... of a simple, plain, 99 00:04:52,661 --> 00:04:58,731 like, pretty but average girl who could just try it on for me 100 00:04:58,800 --> 00:05:01,101 and let me know how it would look. 101 00:05:01,203 --> 00:05:02,202 No! 102 00:05:03,371 --> 00:05:04,604 Hey, guys. Hi. 103 00:05:04,706 --> 00:05:07,107 Mandy, that shirt is awesome. Thanks. 104 00:05:07,175 --> 00:05:09,342 Or maybe it's just 'cause you're so beautiful. 105 00:05:09,444 --> 00:05:12,212 Aww! Well, we'll never know 'cause, even though I asked nicely, 106 00:05:12,314 --> 00:05:13,947 Eve won't try it on. 107 00:05:18,286 --> 00:05:19,446 What are you working on, Eve? 108 00:05:19,454 --> 00:05:20,687 My website. 109 00:05:20,755 --> 00:05:22,355 I'm creating an account so people can buy my songs. 110 00:05:22,457 --> 00:05:24,290 Yeah, 99 cents for a song. 111 00:05:24,359 --> 00:05:27,494 Gee, if you sell a thousand of them, you'll almost be poor. 112 00:05:29,764 --> 00:05:32,465 W-Why don't you just put them on one of the streaming services? 113 00:05:32,567 --> 00:05:33,800 Those sites are like pimps... 114 00:05:33,869 --> 00:05:36,402 they take a cut of something everyone was buying anyway. 115 00:05:36,505 --> 00:05:38,004 So if I put it on my website, 116 00:05:38,106 --> 00:05:41,808 I eliminate the middleman and keep all the do-re-mi. 117 00:05:41,910 --> 00:05:43,776 You know, Baxters are amazing. 118 00:05:43,879 --> 00:05:48,548 Everyone in this family is a businessman or a lady who does it. 119 00:05:48,650 --> 00:05:51,184 We set the bar pretty high. 120 00:05:51,253 --> 00:05:52,986 Don't hurt your neck looking up at it. 121 00:05:54,456 --> 00:05:55,555 You know what? 122 00:05:55,657 --> 00:05:57,390 I want to start my own business. 123 00:05:57,492 --> 00:05:59,125 What? Where's this coming from? 124 00:05:59,227 --> 00:06:00,560 Well, with your mom's new tutoring company, 125 00:06:00,662 --> 00:06:02,962 I'm the only one who doesn't have their own business. 126 00:06:03,064 --> 00:06:04,230 I want to feel like I'm a Baxter. 127 00:06:04,299 --> 00:06:06,966 Be able to talk about pimps and do-re-mi. 128 00:06:09,204 --> 00:06:11,237 You couldn't pull that off, Bambi. 129 00:06:12,607 --> 00:06:14,774 So, what kind of business were you thinking about? 130 00:06:14,876 --> 00:06:18,444 Making and selling something. 131 00:06:20,148 --> 00:06:22,649 Babe, that sounds exciting. Yeah. 132 00:06:23,343 --> 00:06:25,423 Yeah, j-just wait until I come up with the something. 133 00:06:25,453 --> 00:06:26,953 I have lots of ideas. Yeah? 134 00:06:27,055 --> 00:06:29,322 I just forget them. 135 00:06:29,391 --> 00:06:32,292 You'd be surprised how often I don't have a pen. 136 00:06:32,394 --> 00:06:35,261 Hey, I mean, you never know where the next great idea's gonna come from. 137 00:06:35,330 --> 00:06:39,265 I mean, someone had to have the idea for the... the coffee maker. 138 00:06:39,367 --> 00:06:42,235 Oh, that was obviously Mr. Coffee. 139 00:06:44,339 --> 00:06:47,240 When you're born with that name, what else are you gonna do? 140 00:06:48,610 --> 00:06:52,946 Yeah, well, you guys are looking at the next Mister... 141 00:06:54,816 --> 00:06:58,451 Ah, it's okay. I don't... I don't have a pen anyways. 142 00:06:58,553 --> 00:07:00,486 Okay, you know what? I-I'll tell you what... 143 00:07:00,589 --> 00:07:04,591 you think of something, I'll help you sell it, you know, for a taste. 144 00:07:04,693 --> 00:07:06,292 Oh, really? All right, uh, yeah. 145 00:07:06,394 --> 00:07:07,293 Thanks, Eve. 146 00:07:07,395 --> 00:07:09,562 Go get 'em, Kyle! 147 00:07:13,101 --> 00:07:15,101 I own him now. 148 00:07:17,572 --> 00:07:21,441 If any other investor tries to move in, I'll cut their ass. 149 00:07:21,543 --> 00:07:25,211 What kind of a folk singer are you? 150 00:07:28,883 --> 00:07:30,049 Mmm. Hey. 151 00:07:30,151 --> 00:07:32,051 Whoa. 152 00:07:32,153 --> 00:07:33,953 Ribs? 153 00:07:34,022 --> 00:07:35,955 What did you do wrong? 154 00:07:37,292 --> 00:07:40,727 Or what did I do right? 155 00:07:40,829 --> 00:07:44,564 Well, you took the time to look at my business plan, and I appreciate it. 156 00:07:44,666 --> 00:07:47,433 You know, this just encourages me to criticize you. 157 00:07:47,535 --> 00:07:50,069 Now I'm almost sorry I made you this pie. 158 00:07:50,171 --> 00:07:51,571 Wow. 159 00:07:51,673 --> 00:07:54,407 This is why nice guys finish last. 160 00:07:54,509 --> 00:07:56,142 They're fat. 161 00:07:56,244 --> 00:07:57,684 You know, I have some exciting news. 162 00:07:57,779 --> 00:07:59,379 I hired my first tutor. 163 00:07:59,481 --> 00:08:02,348 The rocket is ignited, and it's on its way to the moon. 164 00:08:02,450 --> 00:08:04,017 I hired Ryan. 165 00:08:04,119 --> 00:08:07,687 And it explodes on re-entry. 166 00:08:07,789 --> 00:08:10,223 I know you two have your differences, 167 00:08:10,325 --> 00:08:12,825 but he's got teaching experience, a flexible schedule, 168 00:08:12,927 --> 00:08:15,395 and a history degree from the University of Manitoba. 169 00:08:15,497 --> 00:08:19,198 Yeah, home of the Fighting Syrups, eh? 170 00:08:19,301 --> 00:08:22,135 Make fun all you want, but this is my area of expertise. 171 00:08:22,237 --> 00:08:23,903 He's a good teacher. It's gonna be great. 172 00:08:24,005 --> 00:08:25,138 Ah, he might be a good teacher... 173 00:08:25,240 --> 00:08:28,908 Yes... but I'll tell you this, once those ribs are safely in my belly, 174 00:08:29,010 --> 00:08:30,977 I may just change my tune. 175 00:08:34,912 --> 00:08:38,981 Okay, so, I'm Ryan, and I don't want you to think of me as your teacher. 176 00:08:39,083 --> 00:08:42,485 I'm just a cool, young dude who happens to know a lot about history. 177 00:08:42,587 --> 00:08:45,988 Oh, yeah, he's that guy. 178 00:08:46,090 --> 00:08:47,857 What are you doing in here, Mike? 179 00:08:47,959 --> 00:08:50,192 Just getting a cold beer. Anybody else want one? 180 00:08:50,261 --> 00:08:52,094 Let's see how cool your teacher is. 181 00:08:54,332 --> 00:08:56,452 Uh, please don't undermine me in front of my students. 182 00:08:56,534 --> 00:08:59,001 Oh, I don't want to get in the middle of that hip vibe you've got going on. 183 00:08:59,103 --> 00:09:01,704 But remember ...seniors rule. 184 00:09:04,642 --> 00:09:06,208 Okay. 185 00:09:06,310 --> 00:09:08,310 Just out of curiosity, what are you teaching? 186 00:09:08,413 --> 00:09:10,112 Uh, America in the 1980s. 187 00:09:10,181 --> 00:09:11,947 Oh! Reagan era. 188 00:09:12,016 --> 00:09:15,184 One of the best presidents the U.S. has ever had. 189 00:09:15,286 --> 00:09:16,252 Really? 190 00:09:16,320 --> 00:09:17,686 What about his assault on the poor 191 00:09:17,789 --> 00:09:20,956 or his union busting or how he exploded the national debt? 192 00:09:21,025 --> 00:09:25,628 Assaulting, busting, exploding... sounds like a doer to me. 193 00:09:25,696 --> 00:09:27,963 Well, by that theory, 194 00:09:28,032 --> 00:09:30,900 the best president would be the Tasmanian Devil. 195 00:09:30,935 --> 00:09:34,003 Wouldn't be the first president born outside the U.S. 196 00:09:38,409 --> 00:09:39,809 Yeah, very funny, Mike. 197 00:09:39,911 --> 00:09:41,677 Look, I got a class to teach, so if you wouldn't mind... 198 00:09:41,746 --> 00:09:43,426 Yeah, you won't even notice that I'm here. 199 00:09:48,186 --> 00:09:50,186 Okay, wow me. 200 00:09:50,288 --> 00:09:51,487 Okay. Here we go. 201 00:09:51,556 --> 00:09:55,191 Invention number one... what's the worst part of archery? 202 00:09:56,327 --> 00:09:57,993 Nothing explodes. 203 00:09:59,730 --> 00:10:02,364 No, having to fetch your arrow when you miss the target. 204 00:10:02,433 --> 00:10:08,304 Well, those days are over, my friend, thanks to... "Boomerang Arrows"! 205 00:10:11,175 --> 00:10:14,210 See, they do the fetching for you. 206 00:10:14,312 --> 00:10:17,413 Huh. So, instead of chasing after it, 207 00:10:17,515 --> 00:10:20,449 you just pull it out of your thigh and use it again. 208 00:10:20,551 --> 00:10:24,086 All right, uh, I hadn't thought of that problem. 209 00:10:24,155 --> 00:10:26,655 Luckily, I have two more ideas. 210 00:10:26,724 --> 00:10:29,191 Okay, um, how many times have you gone to sit down, 211 00:10:29,293 --> 00:10:30,726 but all the chairs are taken? 212 00:10:30,795 --> 00:10:36,532 Well, those days are over thanks to "Hang On To Your Seat." 213 00:10:38,669 --> 00:10:43,506 As soon as you begin to sit, a chair automatically appears under you. 214 00:10:45,776 --> 00:10:49,445 Stand, and the chair disappears. 215 00:10:49,514 --> 00:10:52,548 Yeah, plus, you'll never lose a game of Musical Chairs again. 216 00:10:52,617 --> 00:10:54,216 Is it easy to put on? 217 00:10:54,285 --> 00:10:57,586 No, from what I can tell, it's a three-man job. 218 00:10:57,688 --> 00:10:59,688 Two too many. Next. 219 00:10:59,757 --> 00:11:02,324 Okay, well, this next one I don't have a drawing for 220 00:11:02,426 --> 00:11:05,694 because I thought for sure you were gonna go for the "Boomerang Arrows." 221 00:11:05,763 --> 00:11:08,164 Well, we might circle back to that. 222 00:11:08,232 --> 00:11:11,167 All right, um, are you tired of waking up an hour early 223 00:11:11,269 --> 00:11:12,601 to put on your makeup? 224 00:11:12,670 --> 00:11:17,773 Well, those days are over thanks to "Wake Up to Makeup." 225 00:11:18,447 --> 00:11:19,647 Well, this could be something. 226 00:11:19,677 --> 00:11:20,609 It is. 227 00:11:20,711 --> 00:11:21,911 One of our friendly makeup artists 228 00:11:21,946 --> 00:11:26,182 comes to your house and puts on your makeup for you while you sleep. 229 00:11:26,250 --> 00:11:27,816 Oh, my God. 230 00:11:27,919 --> 00:11:28,918 Yeah, great, right? 231 00:11:28,986 --> 00:11:32,855 I mean, you get an extra hour of shut-eye, and you wake up ready to go. 232 00:11:32,957 --> 00:11:34,690 What girl wouldn't love waking up 233 00:11:34,792 --> 00:11:38,127 to a total stranger touching her face? 234 00:11:38,229 --> 00:11:40,095 Yeah, uh, so you like this one? 235 00:11:40,198 --> 00:11:41,597 No. This is horrifying. 236 00:11:41,666 --> 00:11:43,032 What the hell is wrong with you? 237 00:11:43,134 --> 00:11:45,267 Okay, all right, w-w-w... I-I have others. 238 00:11:45,369 --> 00:11:48,804 Um, "Sants," socks built right into your pants. 239 00:11:48,873 --> 00:11:49,805 No, no. 240 00:11:49,907 --> 00:11:51,440 Uh, how about a rug that flies? 241 00:11:51,509 --> 00:11:52,608 Okay, we're done here. 242 00:11:52,710 --> 00:11:53,909 All right, just give me more time. 243 00:11:53,978 --> 00:11:55,244 I'll come up with something. 244 00:11:55,346 --> 00:11:57,947 Kyle, Kyle, sweet Kyle, don't hurt yourself, okay? 245 00:11:58,049 --> 00:12:00,883 Not everyone is cut out to be like a Baxter. 246 00:12:00,952 --> 00:12:03,652 You married into it. Be okay with that. 247 00:12:08,459 --> 00:12:11,193 That's how Reagan ended the Cold War. 248 00:12:11,295 --> 00:12:13,562 I'm sorry your side lost. 249 00:12:13,631 --> 00:12:16,198 I'm not a Communist. I'm progressive. 250 00:12:16,267 --> 00:12:19,735 You say potato, I say Spud-nik. 251 00:12:23,007 --> 00:12:24,807 Yes, Reagan was partially responsible... 252 00:12:24,875 --> 00:12:25,941 Right, right, right. ...for ending the Cold War. 253 00:12:26,043 --> 00:12:28,677 He was also responsible for putting millions of people out on the street. 254 00:12:28,746 --> 00:12:29,912 What are you talking about? 255 00:12:30,014 --> 00:12:32,281 It was the most prosperous time in American history. 256 00:12:32,383 --> 00:12:34,650 Everybody I know owned a boat. 257 00:12:35,486 --> 00:12:37,287 Yeah, it was good if you ran a big corporation 258 00:12:37,355 --> 00:12:38,821 'cause Reagan slashed their taxes. 259 00:12:38,923 --> 00:12:40,422 Slashed taxes so you could hire more workers. 260 00:12:40,524 --> 00:12:41,991 More workers, more jobs. 261 00:12:42,093 --> 00:12:43,525 Oh, except they didn't. 262 00:12:43,628 --> 00:12:45,427 They just kept it for themselves and bought more boats. Oh. Boats?! 263 00:12:45,529 --> 00:12:48,330 But they were American-made boats, probably. 264 00:12:49,133 --> 00:12:51,934 Yeah, and then thanks to Reagan's deregulations, they all sank. 265 00:12:52,036 --> 00:12:53,535 Okay, you got to stop teaching this lefty stuff. 266 00:12:53,604 --> 00:12:55,437 You know why? They're gonna... They're gonna fail these tests 267 00:12:55,539 --> 00:12:56,839 because my side's still writing the textbooks. 268 00:12:56,941 --> 00:12:57,981 Mike, Mike, Mike. 269 00:12:58,009 --> 00:13:00,142 What... What are you doing in here? 270 00:13:00,244 --> 00:13:01,143 This is a classroom. 271 00:13:01,245 --> 00:13:03,512 It's not a ...Kitchen? 272 00:13:03,614 --> 00:13:05,014 I was trying to teach. No, you weren't. 273 00:13:05,116 --> 00:13:06,782 He was trying to throw his... his lefty-sidedness. 274 00:13:06,851 --> 00:13:08,517 I was just tr... All right, you know... Hey, guys, you know what? 275 00:13:08,586 --> 00:13:11,053 If you want to leave a little bit early, it's okay. 276 00:13:12,657 --> 00:13:14,423 Great work today, guys. 277 00:13:14,525 --> 00:13:15,924 Look, I hired Ryan, not you. 278 00:13:15,993 --> 00:13:18,060 You can't just walk in here and interfere. 279 00:13:18,162 --> 00:13:20,596 Well, you loved me when I was shredding your business plan. 280 00:13:20,698 --> 00:13:23,165 Well... No. He was shredding your business plan? 281 00:13:23,267 --> 00:13:27,703 Listen, all the students are gone... why is the tutor still here? 282 00:13:28,739 --> 00:13:31,707 I'm going. Don't worry. 283 00:13:31,809 --> 00:13:34,576 You are a saint. Oh, stop. 284 00:13:36,647 --> 00:13:39,648 Mike, look, I appreciate your help with the business plan, 285 00:13:39,750 --> 00:13:40,983 but I can handle it from here. 286 00:13:41,085 --> 00:13:42,284 Really? 287 00:13:42,386 --> 00:13:44,620 He was trying to give those kids beer. 288 00:13:46,882 --> 00:13:48,362 You know, while I would normally love 289 00:13:48,392 --> 00:13:50,025 to get in the middle of an argument between you two, 290 00:13:50,127 --> 00:13:51,560 I just... I don't have the time for it right now. 291 00:13:51,662 --> 00:13:52,795 Exactly. You don't have the time. 292 00:13:52,897 --> 00:13:53,829 I can be a big help to you. 293 00:13:53,931 --> 00:13:55,264 No, no, look, I want to do it. 294 00:13:55,366 --> 00:13:57,366 I'm already working on getting a business license 295 00:13:57,468 --> 00:13:59,501 and a permanent space and hiring three tutors. 296 00:13:59,603 --> 00:14:03,005 Better hire four, because Deng Xiaoping here ain't working out. 297 00:14:03,107 --> 00:14:07,343 I don't need to deal with you chasing off one of my employees. 298 00:14:07,445 --> 00:14:10,412 Ple... Look, please stay out of my business. 299 00:14:10,514 --> 00:14:14,049 Oh. You know, the librarian was cool, 300 00:14:14,151 --> 00:14:18,587 but this angry businesswoman character's not my thing. 301 00:14:24,858 --> 00:14:29,528 Hey, Mike Baxter here for Outdoor Man with a few words about business. 302 00:14:29,596 --> 00:14:32,030 Now, the worst thing that can happen to business is failure. 303 00:14:32,099 --> 00:14:35,901 Running a close second... success. 304 00:14:35,969 --> 00:14:37,269 Failure punches you right in the face, 305 00:14:37,371 --> 00:14:39,905 but success... the demons come from all sides. 306 00:14:39,973 --> 00:14:41,973 You just succeed, and a little flea bites... 307 00:14:42,009 --> 00:14:44,376 "Wait, what, what am I... Why do I owe you something? 308 00:14:44,478 --> 00:14:46,211 Forget it. Stop it." 309 00:14:46,280 --> 00:14:48,713 John D. Rockefeller said it's wrong to assume 310 00:14:48,816 --> 00:14:51,216 that men of immense wealth are always happy. 311 00:14:51,285 --> 00:14:56,588 Or as Biggie put it better, "Mo' money, mo' problems." 312 00:14:56,657 --> 00:15:00,459 Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank is a very rich and successful dude, 313 00:15:00,494 --> 00:15:02,594 but when his team just needed a field goal 314 00:15:02,696 --> 00:15:05,297 to clinch the Super Bowl and started going backwards, 315 00:15:05,365 --> 00:15:09,468 well, I think we all saw the most miserable successful man in America. 316 00:15:09,570 --> 00:15:13,839 Run the damn ball! 317 00:15:13,941 --> 00:15:15,140 I digress. 318 00:15:15,209 --> 00:15:17,676 The Buddha said, "Success is not the key to happiness, 319 00:15:17,744 --> 00:15:21,513 happiness is the key to success." 320 00:15:21,615 --> 00:15:22,781 Ding! 321 00:15:22,883 --> 00:15:27,552 The Buddha also said, "Run the damn ball!" 322 00:15:29,723 --> 00:15:33,091 Literally everyone knew that was the only move. 323 00:15:33,160 --> 00:15:35,827 So, whether you preside over an oil company, football team, 324 00:15:35,929 --> 00:15:39,698 or a chain of outdoor stores, a whole lot can go wrong. 325 00:15:39,800 --> 00:15:42,934 But it's worth it because if you thread that needle and pull it off, 326 00:15:43,003 --> 00:15:45,804 there's no more satisfying feeling than turning a profit 327 00:15:45,906 --> 00:15:49,941 and sending all those profits to Washington. 328 00:15:50,043 --> 00:15:53,478 Seriously, why do we do this? 329 00:16:01,788 --> 00:16:03,288 Kyle, what you doing out here? 330 00:16:03,390 --> 00:16:04,723 Nothing. 331 00:16:04,825 --> 00:16:08,260 Can't a guy sit in his parked van at night without it being weird? 332 00:16:08,362 --> 00:16:10,762 Kyle, you really spruced this place up. 333 00:16:10,864 --> 00:16:12,564 Thanks. 334 00:16:12,633 --> 00:16:13,832 I wanted somewhere to go, you know, 335 00:16:13,901 --> 00:16:17,002 when our marriage breaks up and you kick me out. 336 00:16:17,104 --> 00:16:20,238 Why would I kick you out? 337 00:16:20,340 --> 00:16:21,406 Oh, my God. 338 00:16:21,508 --> 00:16:23,375 You're not going bald, are you? 339 00:16:24,845 --> 00:16:25,810 No. 340 00:16:25,879 --> 00:16:29,047 But Eve's right... I'm not a Baxter. 341 00:16:29,116 --> 00:16:30,849 You know, you're all high-powered entrepreneurs, 342 00:16:30,918 --> 00:16:33,285 and I'm just glad when I can say it right. 343 00:16:33,387 --> 00:16:35,554 There's so many R's. 344 00:16:35,656 --> 00:16:38,156 We're not all that high-powered. 345 00:16:38,258 --> 00:16:42,394 I mean, my dad and I are, but Eve just plays guitar for bums 346 00:16:42,462 --> 00:16:44,896 and my mom's like a babysitter or something. 347 00:16:44,998 --> 00:16:46,559 Your mom just started her own business, 348 00:16:46,567 --> 00:16:48,066 and I'm the only one who doesn't have one, 349 00:16:48,135 --> 00:16:51,703 and someday you're gonna realize I don't fit in, and then it'll be over. 350 00:16:51,805 --> 00:16:55,040 Kyle, I'm always going to be here for you. 351 00:16:55,142 --> 00:16:56,942 I heard that from my foster family, 352 00:16:57,044 --> 00:17:01,246 and then I accidentally set their porch on fire and I'm out on the street. 353 00:17:01,348 --> 00:17:04,182 I know you've grown up only having to rely on yourself, 354 00:17:04,284 --> 00:17:06,685 but those days are over. 355 00:17:06,753 --> 00:17:09,287 I can't even count on me now? 356 00:17:09,389 --> 00:17:11,022 You can count on us. 357 00:17:11,124 --> 00:17:12,457 I'm never gonna let you go. 358 00:17:12,559 --> 00:17:16,061 And if someone tries to kick you out, they kick me out with you. 359 00:17:16,163 --> 00:17:18,463 So, you'll live in the van with me? 360 00:17:18,565 --> 00:17:22,500 No, we're never living in anything with wheels. 361 00:17:23,570 --> 00:17:26,805 It doesn't bother you that I'm not like the rest of your family? 362 00:17:26,873 --> 00:17:29,341 I didn't want to marry a Baxter. 363 00:17:29,409 --> 00:17:31,810 Also, I think there are laws against that. 364 00:17:34,681 --> 00:17:36,881 Hey. 365 00:17:36,984 --> 00:17:38,504 Have you been working this whole time? 366 00:17:38,518 --> 00:17:41,553 Yeah, well, they call it Quicken, but it takes forever. 367 00:17:41,655 --> 00:17:42,988 Ha. 368 00:17:43,056 --> 00:17:45,724 You missed a great episode of "Deadliest Catch." 369 00:17:45,792 --> 00:17:51,963 One of the fishermen lost the back of his head... finished his shift. 370 00:17:52,032 --> 00:17:53,598 Oh, I had fun. 371 00:17:53,667 --> 00:17:56,568 I was linking my new business account with my payroll software 372 00:17:56,637 --> 00:18:01,239 so I could calculate my tax liability for this fiscal quarter. 373 00:18:01,308 --> 00:18:03,875 He put a wool cap on and just pulled his nets in. 374 00:18:03,977 --> 00:18:06,044 Don't take my complaining wrong. 375 00:18:06,146 --> 00:18:08,647 Business is doing really, really well. 376 00:18:08,715 --> 00:18:11,449 Your business, honey, is none of my business. 377 00:18:11,551 --> 00:18:16,354 Look, I, uh... I know I said that, 378 00:18:16,423 --> 00:18:18,757 but, um, it wa... it was a little bit extreme. 379 00:18:18,825 --> 00:18:21,459 I mean, we can talk about this a little, okay? 380 00:18:21,561 --> 00:18:23,295 There's nothing to talk about, honey. You got this. 381 00:18:23,397 --> 00:18:24,996 What if I don't want it? 382 00:18:25,065 --> 00:18:29,401 I mean, I want it, but... I kind of hate it. 383 00:18:29,469 --> 00:18:32,137 You just realized that other people's kids are awful? 384 00:18:32,239 --> 00:18:34,105 No, no, no. 385 00:18:34,174 --> 00:18:35,840 I mean, that... that's what I miss, Mike. 386 00:18:35,942 --> 00:18:38,176 I mean, I-I'm running this tutoring business, 387 00:18:38,245 --> 00:18:40,745 and I don't get to do any actual tutoring. 388 00:18:40,814 --> 00:18:41,946 Well, I have a lot of opinions, 389 00:18:42,049 --> 00:18:44,949 but I was asked to stay out of it, so... good night. 390 00:18:45,052 --> 00:18:47,152 Come on. I'm too tired to beg. 391 00:18:47,254 --> 00:18:49,521 Just... Just start talking, please. 392 00:18:49,623 --> 00:18:54,092 Listen, when I first started Outdoor Man, I was working so hard 393 00:18:54,161 --> 00:18:55,962 that I never really went outdoors, right? Hmm. 394 00:18:55,996 --> 00:18:59,264 It was a year before I was able to shoot something smaller than me. 395 00:18:59,333 --> 00:19:00,498 I remember. 396 00:19:00,600 --> 00:19:03,435 That's when we got used to eating store-bought meat. 397 00:19:03,537 --> 00:19:05,203 So, uh... so what did you do? 398 00:19:05,272 --> 00:19:07,605 Well, what I figured out early is you don't hire people 399 00:19:07,674 --> 00:19:08,940 to do the stuff you like to do, 400 00:19:09,042 --> 00:19:11,576 you hire people to do the stuff you don't like to do. 401 00:19:11,678 --> 00:19:12,977 Well, I would love that. 402 00:19:13,080 --> 00:19:15,113 That would be great, but it's my company, 403 00:19:15,215 --> 00:19:17,682 it's my responsibility, and I feel like I'm the one 404 00:19:17,784 --> 00:19:19,184 who should be doing all that stuff. 405 00:19:19,286 --> 00:19:20,919 Right, well, I think you have that half right. 406 00:19:20,987 --> 00:19:25,156 It is your responsibility to get stuff done, but, honey, if you're not happy, 407 00:19:25,258 --> 00:19:28,960 your business is not going to be a success. 408 00:19:29,062 --> 00:19:31,496 You're right. You're right. 409 00:19:31,598 --> 00:19:32,530 You know what? 410 00:19:32,632 --> 00:19:35,300 Screw you, Quicken. 411 00:19:35,402 --> 00:19:37,836 You ha... Hire an administrator to do the paperwork, 412 00:19:37,938 --> 00:19:40,372 then you go out and shoot stuff smaller than you. 413 00:19:40,474 --> 00:19:41,940 You deserve it. 414 00:19:42,042 --> 00:19:43,675 All right, thanks. Thanks, sweetie. 415 00:19:43,777 --> 00:19:44,809 You bet. 416 00:19:46,613 --> 00:19:49,114 Oh, hey, you know who would be a great administrator? 417 00:19:49,216 --> 00:19:50,248 Ryan. 418 00:19:52,319 --> 00:19:55,120 A lefty in a bloated bureaucracy. 419 00:19:56,690 --> 00:19:57,689 Perfect. 420 00:20:04,790 --> 00:20:05,822 Hey, Eve! 421 00:20:08,460 --> 00:20:09,492 Hey. 422 00:20:09,561 --> 00:20:11,795 Thanks. We'd love to join. 423 00:20:11,897 --> 00:20:14,064 Kyle, come get a seat. 424 00:20:14,166 --> 00:20:15,365 Oh, I don't need to. 425 00:20:15,467 --> 00:20:16,900 I'm already wearing one. 426 00:20:18,904 --> 00:20:21,037 Well, this could be promising. 427 00:20:21,139 --> 00:20:23,907 You bet your sweet Sants it is. 428 00:20:32,818 --> 00:20:35,418 Uh, ta-freaking-da. 429 00:20:35,520 --> 00:20:36,853 Yay! 430 00:20:36,955 --> 00:20:38,822 Baby, QVC, here we come! 431 00:20:38,924 --> 00:20:40,857 We're gonna be chair rich. 432 00:20:42,694 --> 00:20:45,161 So, Eve, what do you think? Are you, uh, wowed? Yeah. 433 00:20:45,263 --> 00:20:48,098 Well, I got to hand it to you, it does look pretty uncomfortable, 434 00:20:48,200 --> 00:20:49,866 but it appears to work. 435 00:20:49,968 --> 00:20:51,434 Well, no, it's actually super comfortable. 436 00:20:51,536 --> 00:20:52,736 Yeah. 'Cause the belt is so tight 437 00:20:52,838 --> 00:20:56,673 that you're completely numb from the waist down. 438 00:20:56,775 --> 00:21:00,810 It's invented by the guy completely numb from the neck up.