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#101 : Patriarcat

Titre VO : Patriarchy
Titre VF : Patriarcat
Diffusion US : 24 septembre 2006
Diffusion FR : 11 mai 2009

Résumé court : Kitty rentre en Californie après s'être volontairement éloignée de sa mère pendant trois ans. Pendant ce temps, William Walker fait de sa fille Sarah une associée de l'entreprise familiale. Mais elle découvre bientôt des incohérences dans les comptes.

Le retour de Kitty est l'occasion de réunir la famille au grand complet, d'autant plus que c'est son anniversaire. Malheureusement, la journée va prendre une tournure  dramatique.

Audience de l'épisode : 16,10 millions de téléspectateurs. *

* Il s'agit de la plus forte audience de la saison et de la série.

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Diffusion sur TF1 : le 11 mai 2009

Kitty Walker est animatrice d'émissions politiques à la radio, à New York. Bonne nouvelle, on lui fait une proposition : devenir animatrice télé sur une chaîne nationale mais à condition qu'elle retourne à Los Angeles, sa ville natale. Elle y va donc pour fêter son 38ème anniversaire avec toute sa famille. Elle décide de louer une chambre d'hôtel en arrivant. En effet, elle est en froid avec sa mère, Nora, depuis trois ans. Les retrouvailles avec celle-ci sont d'ailleurs plus que froides. Heureusement, son père, ses frères et sa soeur sont là, ainsi que son oncle Saul.

La famille Walker possède une entreprise familiale. William, le père y travaille avec son beau-frère Saul, et deux de ses enfants, Thomas et Sarah. Kevin, lui, est avocat, et le petit dernier, Justin mène une vie plus dissolue. Cela pousse son père à lui proposer un travail pour qu'il trouve une vie plus stable. Il rejoint donc son père dans son bureau où il le trouve en pleine conversation avec Holly, une femme dont il semble plutôt proche.

Sur le plan sentimental, Kitty sort avec Jonathan, Sarah est mariée à Jo et ils ont deux enfants, Paige et Cooper. Thomas est marié à Julia.

Lors de sa première émission, Kitty, qui est républicaine, se trouve face à Warren, qui lui est démocrate. Le premier contact est dur, Kitty ne l'aime pas. Au même moment, Jonathan arrive à Los Angeles pour la demander en mariage et lui proposer d'aller vivre à New York : Kitty doit faire un choix, New York avec Jonathan, ou Los Angeles et son émission...

Au bureau, Sarah decouvre petit à petit que son père et son oncle lui cachent des choses. Justin parle de Holly avec Thomas qui le rassure en lui disant que leur père et Holly sont de vieux amis.

A la maison, William veut que sa femme et sa fille se réconcilient. Finalement, Nora explique à sa fille ce qu'elle lui reproche : elle aurait inciter son plus jeune frère à participer à la guerre en Irak. Kitty se défend, elle lui a seulement dit qu'elle était fière de lui, qu'il défendait son pays.
Lors du repas d'anniversaire, Nora fait un toast en l'honneur de Kitty, et lui dit que même s'il y a souvent des désaccords entre elles, elle l'aime.

Plus tard, William est au bord de la piscine avec sa petite fille, Paige. Il est soudain prit d'un malaise. Paige avertit sa famille, mais déjà William est tombé dans l'eau, pris de douleur. Ses fils plongent...

TO BE CONTINUED

Kitty has a bath and she phones to Sarah.

Kitty : I'm not the person you think I am. That's what you people can't seem to understand. I am not a bitch! I am not aggressively plotting to make our mother feel bad.

Sarah : Then why are you staying in a hotel?

Kitty : Because, Sarah, the show is putting me up and it's going to be, like, a gorgeous room.

Sarah : Then, call Mom and tell her.

Kitty : No, Sarah, you call Mom and tell her that.

Sarah : I talk to Mom every day. You guys have hardly spoken in two years.

Paige : ...peanut butter.... Stop it, Cooper.

Sarah : Joe, could you take care of Cooper, just for a second?

Joe : Yeah, sure.

Kitty : How's Joe, by the way?

Sarah : We decided to do that thing I was telling you about...

Kitty : Oh, counselling?

Sarah : Yeah. Kitty, just call her.

Kitty : Sarah, she knows I'm coming and she could've called me, and you know what? I don't have time for this. Jonathan's going to be here any second, and I haven't even started my cornish hens.

Sarah : You're cooking cornish hens?

Kitty : Yeah. Why?

 

Kitty calls to Kévin.

Kitty : What am I gonna do, Kevin? Help me.

Kévin : OK, is there any chance you may have garlic, pasta, frozen peas and chicken broth?

Kitty : No peas, but you know what, I do have a little sage left over from the dead chickens.

Kévin : Ok, good, then you can have a delicious meal ready in ten minutes and that was too gay a sentence, even for me! Now, about our dear mother.

Kitty : I'm not calling her. Remember, Kevin, it's my birthday. She has to be nice. Hi, Mister.

Jonathan : Oh, you're at the kitchen crisis phase.

Kitty : Oh, is it that obvious? That, and the billowing smoke.

Kévin : Woah, kids! I'm still on the phone here.

Kitty : Sorry, it's Kevin.

Kévin : Look, go have your lurid, hot sex date with your gorgeous boyfriend and I'll take care of Mom.

Kitty : Don't take care of Mom.

Kévin : All I'm saying is, do you want me to call her and make a case?

Kitty : A case for what? I have a right of safe return, Kevin, to L.A. It's guaranteed in the Constitution. If you really wanna do me a favor, tell the rest of the family not to call me so I can have my lurid hot sex date with my gorgeous boyfriend.

 

Jonathan comes to Kitty's room. Ils sont dérangés par ses frères.

Jonathan : Is that what this is?

Kitty : Yeah.

Jonathan : Good, cause I just saw dinner.

Kitty : No, don't. Don't stop.

Jonathan : I wasn't going to.

Kitty : God! God! I'm gonna kill them!

Jonathan : Which one?

Kitty : All of them.

Tommy : Kitty, you want me to pick you up from the airport tomorrow?

Kitty : Tommy. C-can you hold on a sec? God! Hello, Justin.

Justin : Look, I'll pick you up. Don't listen to Tommy.

Kitty : Where are you?

Justin : I'm at Zuma. I'm with Tommy right now. He's being a total ass-hat.

Kitty : You know what? You guys are both being total ass-hats.Didn't Kevin tell you not to call? Tommy, thank you for the offer. Justin, I will see you at the airport. Good-bye! I'm sorry. It's my family. I'm sorry, it hasn't been a very romantic farewell.

Jonathan : It's only a farewell for a few days, unless you get that TV job.

Kitty : I love you.

Jonathan : I love you, too.

 

Kitty wait Justin in the airport.

Justin : Kitty! Kitty!

Kitty : Oh my God! Oh My God, you're actually here!

Justin : I know, it's a miracle. I can hardly believe it myself.

Kitty : Well, you are unreliable and you are very skinny, Justin! Really! What is that?

Justin : All right, so, you didn't bring Jonathan?

Kitty : No, no, I didn't want Dad to challenge him to a boxing match or a horse race or something.

Justin : God, I'd love to see that. All right, let's get some food before I bring you to the folks, that way you can feed me and interrogate me at the same time. All right? So, you're really going to be saying pompously relevant stuff on TV?

Kitty : Well, they need someone young-ish from the right. So, has Mom said anything at all?

Justin : Ah, no, aside from calling you the "Young Margaret Thatcher" last night.

Kitty : Well, better her than Ava Braun.

Justin : I'll have my flak jacket for when you two get into it.

Kitty : So, what do you want? You want, like, a burger or something?

Justin : Yes, ah, quickly, but I'm under strict instructions not to, ah, well, not to get high.

Kitty : Oh, yeah, how's that going?

Justin : We'll see. And, then, ah, I gotta take you to the hotel, and then, is there any way you can get from the hotel to the house on your own? Because...

Kitty : Because what? You have to pick up a girl?

Justin : Yes. Guilty.

Kitty : Are you still going to that Vet's Group?

Justin : Yeah, you know, I go sometimes. There's this one, ah, just for guys who were in Afghanistan, like me, so, it's..

Kitty : Yeah. Does it help?

Justin : Yeah, you know, half the time it's good to know other guys are going through things that I'm going through, and the other half of the time, it's just lame.

Kitty : Who's the girl?

Justin : Her name is Fawn and she's unbelievably hot!

Kitty : Ah, you just don't want to be there when I see Mom.

Justin : That, too.

 

 

Kitty comes to her parents's house.

Kitty : Hey, Daddy.

William : Hello, Princess. Ah, look at you. You look almost all-grown up.

Kitty : I know it. Damn it. How's Mom? Is she here?

William : Um, someplace.

Nora : Yes, yes. Of course I'm here, Kitty.

Kitty : Hi, Mom.

Nora : Ah, you look wonderful! Just wonderful.

Kitty : Thanks.

Nora : You could use a little sun, maybe some raisins or something. How's the hotel?

Kitty : Fine.

Nora : Good. Good.

Kitty : Raisins?

William : Well...Yes, I saw that show you're meeting on.

Kitty : You hate it, right? More yelling about politics?

William : Who says they gotta yell?

Kitty : Well, it's complicated, Dad. I don't think I'm TV-ready.

William : Ah, don't be so sure. Bet on yourself, Honey. Never forget: "Bet on yourself."

 

Kitty's family comes too.

Tommy : Oh, God, look at you all! Kitty's getting you drunk already!

Kitty : No, no, no, no, they're getting me drunk already!

Saul : Hey, hey, hey! No more manhandling! Somebody's gonna get hurt!

Kitty : Oh, Mister Uncle Saul.

Saul : Don't you Mister Uncle Saul me. I heard you on the radio. You are wrong about immigration.

Tommy : Oh, God help us, no...please! The Lefties are starting.

Saul : Come here! So gorgeous! I love you!

William : Tommy, I'm going to steal away with you wife! How's work?

Julia : Well, I was with six year-olds all day, teaching …

Kitty : Margaritas.

Justin : Mom, Kitty, Tommy, everyone! This is Fawn! Fawn, this is Mom, Kitty and Tommy. Mom, Fawn is the girl in the commercial I showed you, the one where she's on the beach in the sand, making love, and if you use their perfume, you get rich! Well, guess what, Mom, you also get Fawn!

Kitty : Justin!

Justin : Swimming, folks! I mean, I'm not going to do her on the island in the guacamole, or am I?

Kévin : I'm your lawyer, not your nurse, Wayne, I'll call you back.

Justin : Kevin, this is Fawn. Fawn, this is Kevin. If you ever get arrested again, Sweetie, Kevin's your guy. Come on, let's go swimming.

Fawn : They dropped the charges.

Kévin : Great! Arrested again? Who's he dating now? Squeaky Fromm? Hello, Mistress of the Airwaves!

Kitty : Hi.

Tommy : Did he get a job yet?

Nora : Just lay off of him tonight, OK?

Tommy : Mom, you realize he's loaded, right?

 

They are around the pool.

William : Hey, son.

Justin : Hey, Dad.

William : We need to talk about work, get you back on track. Come to my office tomorrow, noon. And get some coffee before you embarass yourself.

Sarah : Thank you. Who is that?

Kitty : She's with Justin.

Sarah : Nice rack.

Kitty : OK, so what's the deal? What's up with this, ah...counselling?

Sarah : Ah, how to put it? Two little kids, we have Gabe three nights a week, too much management, so little touching. So little touching.

Kitty : You know I hear that even if you're not in the mood, if you start and just let it happen, that

something'll kick in.

Sarah : Yeah?

Kitty : Yeah, that's what you're supposed to do, anyway.

Sarah : Yeah, maybe. You know, I thought when I quit my old job that I would gain in time what I lost in salary, but being a working Mom is like being a currency that never has enough value.

Kitty : Oh my God, I'm gonna steal that line!

Sarah : Plus, it's not easy, you know, having these two parents who have this absurd iconic romance.

Kitty : I know. They're so Ron and Nancy.

Sarah : Who made you this way?

 

Kévin is talking to Nora in the kitchen.

Kévin : You OK, Mom? You need help?

Nora : You know, why don't you ever bring anyone home? I told you, we're not ashamed of...

Kévin : Mom! Mom! We've had this conversation, OK? There's no issue, I work a lot. It's hard to meet guys.

Nora : But, it's not something.

Kévin : Don't start with me because you won't fight with Kitty! If you two just got it out, what?... OK!

William : Hey.

Nora : Hey.

Kitty : Oh.

Nora : Oh, that's right! Oh!

William : Now, stop avoiding each other and talk.

Kitty : Ok.

Nora : So...Isn't this nice? Here we are all. It's been so long. Oh! I should've put these napkins out!

William : Nora!

Kitty : Mom, you know...

William : Hello? Hold on a second.

Kitty : We probably have a lot to say each other, right?

Nora : You know what, Kitty, we really don't. Really, we don't.

Kitty : You don't want to talk? Really? What kind of a relationship is that?

Nora : It's the only kind of a relationship we can have right now. Kitty, your father is watching us and it is so important to him. Could we hug or something? Thank you.

William : What the hell you doing calling my home? You out of your mind?

 

The brothers and sisters are talking in the kitchen.

Kévin : Tommy, you wanna do something?

Tommy : I am, I'm having a beer, now come over here and join me.

Sarah : Boy, it's such a relief when they're finally asleep!

Joe : The kids?

Sarah : No, the folks.

Kitty : You know, they actually seem really great!

Justin : Hey, does anybody wanna go out? There's this great bar in Chinatown we could tear up!

Tommy : Do they allow people with jobs to go there?

Kévin : Or is it just for unemployed hipsters who know every episode of Scooby?

Justin : No, it's also a kind of a favorite of Gen-Y veterans from foreign wars. Ah, you?

Kitty : Ah, no. I'm on New York time.

Justin : All right, ciao, everyone.

Kévin : I love you.

Fawn : Bye. Thanks!

Kitty : Bye.

Fawn : You guys are all really nice!

Kitty : Obviously, I'm worried.

Julia : You know, I keep telling you guys, he's OK. He's just finding himself.

Joe : Yeah, I think so, too. You all do the Walker Watch on him. Anybody'd get spooked by that!

Kitty : God, he's right. That's why I don't live here.

Kévin : If you lived here, you'd have more control over what's said about you.

Kitty : What, do you think I care? What do you say about me?

Kévin : You're fat.

Tommy : So, you and mother, not a disaster, right?

Kitty : Oh, maybe she's planning on a sneak attack for later.

Kévin : I'm surprised you didn't bring your muscle. What's up with Jonathan, hmm? Anything you wanna tell us?

Kitty : Ah, no. Sarah, what did you tell them?

Sarah : Nothing.

Kévin : No, no, no, nothing. No, we, we like him.

Kitty : Oh. But?

Kévin : But, it's you with him, I'm not over the moon about. You seem slightly. I don't know, smaller to accomodate what you see as his very large presence.

Sarah : He's a little self-involved, that's all.

Kitty : Oh, that is so not true.

Kévin : Oh, when we had dinner in New York last year, he chose the restaurant, the wine, everything. I was, like, "Where's Kitty?"

Kitty : Oh, God. That is absolutely not true.

Kévin : Hey, maybe it's just part of the whole conservative, anti-feminist thing, right? To put yourself in some sort of second place?

Kitty : You know what, Kevin? You're gonna have to get over thinking that my politics are just poses geared to annoy you.

Sarah : About Jonathan, it's not really our place...if Kitty's happy

Kévin : No. No. No. Hey, Hey. No, look, Not at all. I can't keep a guy, Joe and Sarah are in counseling, the whole family's.

Sarah : What?

Kévin : What?

Sarah : Oh, that's great. That's great. I told one person. Kitty!

Kitty : You know what, forget about Jonathan, and the fact that you think I'm some horrifying little zombie with him, I'm sick of the cracks about my political beliefs. I am conservative. Tough on crime, big on defense, America First, old-fashioned, and in your face!

Tommy : I'm with you there, Kit.

Kitty : And if you think this is funny, great! I'm glad to be of comic service, but you just keep on laughing and watch the rest of the country pass you by.

Sarah : You set her off, Kevin!

Kitty : Yeah, you set me off, Kevin!

 

Joe and Sarah at home.

Sarah : Hey, I'm sorry about the counselling thing. I really only told Kitty.

Joe : Forget it. I am immune to your family by now. Good-night, Babe.

Sarah : Good-night.

 

To Ojai Food the familial compagny.

Tommy : Well, I kinda like this one. Not sure about the apple, though.

Sarah : It's a peach.

William : Hey, guys.

Sarah : The new labels. I wish I had more for you, but I can't seem to get my designers paid.

William : Your Uncle Saul's in charge of accounting. You'll have to deal with him, OK?

Sarah : I'll go hound him again.

William : Tommy, how are things up in Ojai?

Tommy : Overtime glitch. It's all fine, I took care of it.

William : Good.

 

Jonathan is coming to Kitty.

Kitty : Jonathan! What are you do--? What? What? Oh my God! That suit! You look like a penguin in the Sahara! What are you doing here?

Jonathan : A little birthday present. I figured you need a little vacation time. After all this, I booked us a suite on Lanai.

Kitty : What? I have to--I have to get back and do the radio show.

Jonathan : Well, you got a lot of time off, Dear.

Kitty : Oh, OK, wow. I guess it's just that I'm focused on this interview tomorrow, so...

Jonathan : We don't have to go if you don't want. We'll just go back to New York.

Kitty : No, no, it's great!

Jonathan : I got us a suite and I'll have somebody move your bags.

Kitty : Oh, OK.

 

Reunion to Ojai Food.

Employée : Red flags go up. I get a call. 17 workers at your ranch complaining about delays in overtime payments and red flags go up! What else can I say?

Tommy : Look, they were paid, you were called off. You have no reason to be here other than showboating!

Employée : You know what? I resent that. This is the third time.

Sarah : Woah! Woah! This has happened before?

Saul : It was a mistake, Sarah, that's all. Bookkeeping, OK? We're trying to modernize.

Employée : OK.

Sarah : In the future, if you have a problem, please call me. Anytime.

Employée : Thank you.

Tommy : Don't look at me.

Sarah : Three times, Saul! What's going on?

Saul : Sarah, darling, I'm trying to streamline our billing. My books are on one system, the bank's are on another. It's fine. It's gonna be fine.

 

Justin arrives to Ojai and he is talking with William.

Justin : Oh, crap!

William : This is not deliberate, Holly.

Holly : Oh, please, William. You are handling me as if I am a problem.

William : That's exactly how you are behaving.

Holly : I have been calling here all week and you won't talk to me, I have expenses, I have bills to pay, I can't

William : Holly. Holly, I'm having cash problems. It's my son. Can we talk about this later? You're late.

Justin : Ah, is everything all right?

William : There's a job, at a restaurant. I made a call. The boys at Rousseau's are expecting you tomorrow.

 

Sarah with an ex-collegue and he is a friend too.

Man : Sorry to call you back here, but you developed the line.

Sarah : For grown-ups. This makes it look like kiddie-crack.

Man : Family branding, it's called.

Sarah : Have they seen the stats on childhood obesity? We're gonna get killed for pushing liquid candy.

Man: Caffeinated liquid candy and it's not "us" anymore because you abandoned me, remember? You quit.

Sarah : Apparently, just in time.

Man : I'll get them to take another pass at it. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't crazy.

Sarah : You know you're not.

Man : So, ah, is it better with your job with your father? Are you spending more time at home?

Sarah : Almost. Ah, sometimes.

Man : And Joe? Things better?

Sarah : Yeah. Yeah, things are good. You know, I should probably get going.

Man : You know, it's not a betrayal to talk about it. I'm your friend.

Sarah : Yeah, so we keep saying. It's good to see you.

Man : It's just. You didn't leave because of us, because of something that might've happened? I would, I would hate to think that.

Sarah : No. Not at all. And we have lives, families. We knew where the line was.

Man : Right. That's right.

Sarah : Goodbye.

 

Kitty is in the studio and she will be against a man named Warren to the debate.

Man : The blue chair is here, the moderator white chair is here, and then this is you. Oh, and we have an amazing print campaign to announce your arrival!

Kitty : Oh! No! Oh, God!

Man : What? "Oh no?" The poster's my closer.

Kitty : You know, it's just that I've seen the show and, for me, politics is not about show business. It's well, I'm very passionate about my views.

Man : What makes you think we don't want that?

Kitty : Well, the fact is is that radio, it works for me. I get to mouth off and then I go to the movies, and I'm not out there.

Man : Yeah, in other words, you can hide in satellite radio. Peek out just enough to not make a difference. I mean, seriously, if we're talking about passion, we give you a national profile that absolutely comes with risk and an uncomfortable level of exposure for someone like you, but I guess the question is is how much do you believe in what you're saying? And how much do you want people to hear you?

Warren : Oh, sorry.

Man : Oh, no, no, no, no. Hold up. I want you to meet Kitty Walker. Kitty, Warren Salter. Warren's our blue chair guy.

Warren : Nice to meet you.

Kitty : Hi, nice to meet you.

Warren : Red hot? Wow! So, I get blue.

Kitty : Oh, don't even go there.

Warren : I've heard your work.

Kitty : Hmm. I've seen yours.

Warren : So you know? I can be very mean.

Kitty : Hmm. I can do mean.

Warren : Could be fun.

Man : Wow! See how great you two are together already? C'mon, it's insane!

Warren : Pleasure to meet you.

Kitty : Nice to meet you.

 

Sarah is in Saul's office.

Tommy : What are you doing in Saul's office? He'll go bananas, like a fierce little old.

Sarah : Come here.

Tommy : What?

Sarah : It's just that there are all these accounts, stuff I've never seen before. And they're locked!

Tommy : Locked?

Sarah : Yeah. It's not cool, Tom. This is a family business. There shouldn't be any secrets here.

Tommy : What is all this?

Sarah : These accounts. Why are they locked?

Saul : What are you doing? Sarah, I move money around, that's what I do. Nobody's ever had a question.

Sarah : OK, but I do. So, why don't you open them up and you can walk us through it.

Saul : RIght now?

Sarah : Yeah.

Saul : No, that's impossible. And I have to tell you, I don't like what's going on here. The two of you barging in here with this agenda. You have obviously violated my trust, not to mention my office!

Sarah : No, no, no. no.

Tommy : Why not just include us, please?

Saul : Because, Thomas, I have a meeting with all of our Napa Valley suppliers, and frankly, I think that's a lot more interesting and a lot more important than doing this tap dance with you kids.

Sarah : Saul, this company has a serious cash-flow problem! And we need to know why. And let me be very clear about this, I won't be scolded and I won't be handled or spoken to like I'm a child. So, the next time that you have an impulse to talk to me like that, please, take a beat and reconsider. OK?

 

Kitty and Jonathan are in a restaurant.

Kitty : Boo!

Jonathan : Hey, Kit. I ordered you a martini. You look happy.

Kitty : I guess I do. I don't know, I don't know, I just, well, I didn't expect them to be smart.

Jonathan : Wow! So, you're actually considering this?!

Kitty : I know it's crazy to even think about it, but it's like millions of people watching.

Jonathan : Ah, I see.

Kitty : What do you see? I haven't even said anything yet. But, there's no reason, hypothetically, why you couldn't relocate to L.A. If the show was a success, right? I mean, not that it would be, because politics, it's just . Well, at the end of the day, there's just nothing you can do to make it sexy, because it's. Jonathan!

Jonathan : Of course they're gonna want you. Of course they're going to make it appealing. But, I think maybe there's a better job. Stay in New York. Start a family with me.

Jonathan : I thought you needed time to think about it.

Kitty : I am thinking about it. Don't get too excited, Big Boy, you haven't closed the deal yet.

Jonathan : It's looking good, isn't it?

Kitty : The thing is , is I'm really thinking about this job. I mean, what if it is worth it? What if I can really make a difference?

Jonathan : By being an 11:30 smartass on TV?

Kitty : Wow! OK

Jonathan : Look, I just know what we have. And I don't want to lose that to this, media thing. I've seen what happens to people.

Kitty : Correct me if I'm wrong, but this kinda sound like an either/or.

Jonathan : I see our live together in New York. It's just the way I see it.

 

Sarah is talking with William.

Sarah : How is it that everyone in this town knows you?

William : Well, I've been around long enough. So not that I don't appreciate a free lunch, darling.

Sarah : Dad, something's not right with the company. I can't generate new business without start-up funds. We supposedly have it, so how come I can't get a dime?

William : I'll talk to Saul.

Sarah : No, I already did. Dad, I found some things, some locked accounts. If something was wrong, you would tell me, right?

William : You'll have to promise me you won't talk to your mother about this.

Sarah : Of course.

William : Saul's having some kind of, his management of financial matters, he's failing.

Sarah : Failing, you mean, like he's losing his faculties?

William : I'm not sure, I'm not sure. He's been extremely secretive, I can't get a straight answer out of him.

Sarah : Did he lock you out of the files, too?

William : He did.

Sarah : Dad!

William : It's my mistake, I let it go on too long, but he's family. Monday, I'll talk to him. If he doesn't give me an answer I'll do what I have to do.

 

There is a secret between Saul and William.

Kitty and her mother are talking in the kitchen.

William : No, Saul, no more time! We need to have something that makes sense. Monday!

Nora : William, William. Kitty and Jonathan are here. They're early.

William : OK.

Kitty : So, I'm-I'm sorry if we were a little early. Things got a little tense at the hotel.

Nora : That happens. Small spaces.

Kitty : Well, it's more that he wants to get married.

Nora : He does? That's great, isn't it?

Kitty : Well, I'm actually a little more interested in this job than I thought I would be.

Nora : Right. Well, I'm sure you'll make the right decision.

Kitty : You don't have an opinion, Mom?

Nora : Oh, Kitty, please, please don't push me. I'm trying so hard.

Kitty : Yeah, I see that. I see you bending over backwards to be polite.

Nora : You want my opinion if you should marry a man I barely even know?

Kitty : Well, it was your choice. You were the one who virtually refused to be in my life for three years, who barely spoke. And I know it's because I unforgivably gave my opinion about Justin.

Nora : Not refused. Couldn't. I was afraid of the things I didn't want to say.

Kitty : Well, let's just say it, that I sent Justin to war, that I put him on the front lines, that's reductive, that's ridiculous!

Nora : He trusted you. He asked you and you said to him.

Kitty : I told him the same thing I would tell him today. I told him that I was proud of him. I was there, I was right there. I was in New York. I was six blocks away from where the Towers fell!

Nora : I know where you were, Kitty. For God's sakes, you're my child. And I was terrified for you! I was on the phone with you, and then I was terrified for him. Day after day after day. You have no idea what it's like for a mother. You have no idea. And, then, you don't think about that when you go on the air and you sell your views. And now you're going to be doing it on national television. Oh, Kitty, that's just great! Really great!

Kitty : No, Mom, this is not just about my politics. Tommy and Dad think the same things I do, and you've managed to reconcile forty years of loving somebody who fundamentally disagrees with you. But you can't love me! And I don't know what it's about! But, it's not about the war.

 

Discussion between Justin and Tommy about Holly Harper.

Justin : Hey, can I ask you a question?

Tommy : The answer is no. You can't borrow my surfboard. No, I don't have any money to lend you. And, yes, girls still think you're cute. I'm kidding. What?

Justin : All right, so Dad, right? I'm at the office the other day and I saw something.

Tommy : Yeah? What?

Justin : No, it was just this blonde lady he was, like, talking to at the office.

Tommy : Around lunchtime? Yesterday?

Justin : Yeah.

Tommy : Her name's Holly Harper. She and Dad have been friends for years.

Justin : Ah, so there's, like, nothing going on?

Tommy : Nah, nah, nah, nah. They've been friends a long time. I would know if anything was going on. I work with him. You're tripping.

Justin : I'm a moron.

 

Kévin and Sarah are setting the table to the dinner.

Sarah : Thanks, Sweetie.

Paige : You're welcome.

Kévin : So, did Kitty and Mom have a -- ?

Sarah : Fight, yes. Drama.

 

The family is eating and they celebrate the Kitty's birthday.

William : All right, listen up! A toast to the birthday girl! To Kitty, my beautiful girl. With you home, the circle is complete. We're all here, together and I must announce, with some trepidation you're longer grounded!

Justin : When she was 14, she was grounded indefinitely.

Jonathan : What for?

Kitty : Oh, it had something do with cigarettes and surf wax.

Tommy : And shoplifting, and a boy named Pablo!

Justin : Pablo!

Kévin : I forgot about Pablo!

Cooper : Who's Pablo?

William : A name I never want to hear again.

Sarah : To my little sister Kitty, who, at age 7, ate all my Girl Scout cookies, which prevented me from winning a trip to Space Camp, which completely destroyed my dream of becoming an astronaut.

Kévin : To Kitty, because of whom I'm always being asked to join the Log Cabin Republicans!

Kitty : Oh, you know what? You should. They're great. They love me.

Justin : To my big sister, Kitty, who taught me how to surf and how to kiss, believe it or not!

Kitty : That is so not true. Justin, stop telling that story. It's not true.

William : My Dear.

Nora : To Kitty, who I will probably always violently disagree with, but who I've never stopped loving. Not for one moment of her 38 years.

William : Happy Birthday, Baby!

Everybody : Cheers.

Kitty : Thank you.

 

Kitty and Nora are talking in the kitchen after the dinner.

Nora : I think you should take that job if you want it.

Kitty : I think I do.

Nora : We fight. We..... fight. It's not the end of the world. Just come home.

 

Paige andWilliam are outside and they look at the stars. The others members of the family are talking in the sitting room.

Paige : Planet light is steady. The light from stars always twinkles.

William : I didn't know that. That's wonderful, Paige.

Kévin : What did you get her?

Justin : I didn't get her anything.

Tommy : Did you take care of that thing?

Kévin : What was Betsy's last name?

Justin : Jessical. She was a hottie!

Sarah : I've always liked him, if it means anything.

Fawn : Did you see the picture?

Tommy : No.

Justin : "Would you rather?"

Kévin : Yes!

Tommy : No way! Do not mess with !

Kitty : No, no, no, no. We're not gonna play that disgusting game!

Sarah : Oh, it's work. Hey, Gladys. You didn't get it? I sent it through. OK, I'll just. .. Let me check my mail.

Paige : I'll show you Cygnus the Swan. It's right there.

William : Oh yeah, right.

Paige : Right there.

William : Yeah.

Paige : The head of the swan is a star called Alberio.

William : Alberio. OK.

Sarah : No, no, that's fine. I have a computer right here. It'll just take me a sec. OK. Gladys, I'll call you back. Pension fund? Where's all the money? Oh, God. Dad, what have you done?

Paige : Mars is my favorite planet. It reminds me of you, Grandpa.

William : Why is that?

Paige : He was the god of war. He was a warrior.

William : That's me, all right, god of war.

Sarah : Has anyone seen Dad?

Joe : Outside with Paige.

Justin : Jonathan, you ready for this? Would you rather have a railroad spike permanently in your head or take public transportation for the rest of your life?

Jonathan : Oh, the spike. Definitely.

Tommy : Jonathan...

Julia : All the questions cannot be for Jonathan.

Nora : All right, everybody! Cake time!

Paige : And there's Venus.

William : Ah, get your grandmother, Darling.

Paige : Grandpa?

William : Get your grandmother now!

Paige : Grandma? Grandma!

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grims, Hier à 20:44

Aujourd'hui venez poster une photo de Jonathan Rhys Meyers sur le quartier Vikings

ptitebones, Hier à 21:34

Hello! Un 1er jeu vient d'arriver sur le quartier Manifest ! Venez décider de qui pourra prendre le vol 828, Kate Austen ou Olivia Dunham ?

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Bonsoir! Nouveau jeu "Décollage Imminent" à bord de l'avion 828 ! Le quartier Manifest vous attend !

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Ohh trop synchro ptitebones ahaha

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C'est clair mdrr

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