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#113 : L'anniversaire de Nora

Les Walker organise une grande fête pour les 60 ans de Nora.  La mère de Nora et Saul, Ida, arrive sans avoir été annoncée. De plus, Sarah, chargée de tout coordonner, attrape la grippe.

Tommy décide de se débarrasser de toutes les bouteilles prévues pour la fête car Justin sort tout juste de désintoxication. Kitty invite le sénateur, qui commence à la séduire.

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Titre VO
Something Ida this way comes

Titre VF
L'anniversaire de Nora

Première diffusion
21.01.2007

Première diffusion en France
28.05.2009

Photos promo

Justin Walker (Dave Annable) serre sa mère, Nora Walker (Sally Field), dans ses bras

Justin Walker (Dave Annable) serre sa mère, Nora Walker (Sally Field), dans ses bras

Les proches de Nora sont réunis

Les proches de Nora sont réunis

Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) rencontre Nora Walker (Sally Field)

Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) rencontre Nora Walker (Sally Field)

Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) se présente avec un cadeau

Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) se présente avec un cadeau

Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) et Kitty Walker (Calista Flockhart)

Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) et Kitty Walker (Calista Flockhart)

Nora Walker (Sally Field)

Nora Walker (Sally Field)

Les proches de Nora lui font une surprise

Les proches de Nora lui font une surprise

Ida Holden (Marion Ross)

Ida Holden (Marion Ross)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Dimanche 21.01.2007 à 22:00
11.79m

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Toute la famille est réunie autour de Nora pour fêter ses 60 ans. Ils ont organisé une fausse fête d'anniversaire plutôt pathétique pour mieux la surprendre le lendemain pour la véritable fête. Après un dernier conseil de guerre chez Jo et Sarah pour régler les derniers détails, tout le monde rentre chez lui.

Côté amour, la relation entre Kevin et Chad continue malgré la peur de ce dernier que leur relation soit connue. Il lui avoue qu'il tient beaucoup à Kevin, c'est une première pour lui de coucher plusieurs fois avec le même homme.

Le matin de la fête le clan Walker est en pleine panique, Sarah a attrapé le virus de Cooper donc elle ne peut plus s'occuper de la fête et les autres doivent se répartir les tâches. Kitty s'occupe de trouver une solution pour le repas et c'est McCallister qui va être d'un grand secours en lui proposant les services de son chef et pour le remercier elle l'invite à la fête.

Tommy doit aller chercher Justin au centre de désintoxication et doit se porter garant pour lui et c'est Kevin qui va hériter du rôle d'organisateur. Bien entendu il va être très vite débordé par les évènements comme la présence des gardes du corps du sénateur, le thème de la fête qui transforme la maison en château médiéval et la dissimulation de l'alcool pour que Justin puisse assister à la fête.

Nora a aussi son lot de surprise avec l'arrivée à l'improviste de sa mère Ida qui va au passage vendre la mèche pour la fête. On sent une grande tension entre les deux femmes et c'est ce malheureux Saul qui va en faire les frais.

La soirée peut enfin commencer mais elle ne va pas se dérouler comme prévue. Le visionnage de la vidéo pour Nora s'avère très surprenant avec l'insertion d'un moment intime entre Jo et Sarah. Kevin, quant à lui est très en colère de la présence du sénateur à la fête et ne va pas se faire prier pour montrer son mécontentement.

Justin arrive à échapper à la surveillance de Tommy et s'éclipse de la fête pour aller voir Tyler, mais elle lui avoue qu'elle voit quelqu'un en ce moment. Mais les grandes révélations vont être pour Ida qui va apprendre coup sur coup la toxicomanie de Justin, l'homosexualité de Kevin, la trahison de William et c'est Saul qui va venir au secours de toute la famille.

Au fil de la soirée, les réunions dans les placards s'enchaînent, seul lieu ou l'alcool est présent. Tommy, Kevin et Sarah rendent hommage à leur mère par rapport à l'attitude d'Ida envers elle tandis que dans un autre placard Kitty avoue au sénateur être dans une période régime "sans mec" ce qui a l'air de l'attristé. La fête se termine en beauté par le gâteau d'anniversaire.

Le lendemain trois des enfants Walker sont malades, Kevin, Tommy et Kitty ont attrapé le virus de Sarah et se retrouvent à la maison familiale à la grande joie de Nora qui les dorlote comme avant.

TO BE CONTINUED

Previously on "Brothers & Sisters"

He was hitting on me.

You are so full of yourself. Chad Barry has had, like, ten girlfriends in the last year.

They say when you are a drug addict, you're supposed to think of something that you want to live for. The thing I live for is...is my family.

My staff made assumptions about us.

So you hijacked my date.

I thought you'd find it charming.

I can't date you.

I know.

So you are gay.

No, man. But it doesn't mean I don't think you're hot.

We were having fun. That's all.

Well, I want us to have fun, and we don't. Not like we used to.

Are you dating Kitty Walker? How long have you two been seeing each other?

 

Nora's birthday.

Nora : It's a picture frame. It's so--shiny and pretty. It's just what I wanted for my birthday.

Tommy : She hates it.

Julia : Well, we just thought with the baby coming...

Nora : No, no, no. You can never have enough picture frames. I love it. Thank you so much.

Kitty : Sarah, this cake is so delicious.

Sarah : I know, and it's store-bought. Mom, I-I really wanted to bake, but, you know, it's been really busy at work, and Cooper's had this horrible flu-- literally projectile vomiting.

Kevin : Eating. Eating.

Sarah : Sorry, guys.

Nora : Sarah, you don't have to make excuses. I love store-bought white coconut cake. It's my favorite. And besides that, you know I didn't want a big birthday party. No, I-I don't need anything fancy.

Sarah : I know, I know.

Saul : Oh, my dear sister, you are many things, but low maintenance certainly ain't one of them.

Nora : Oh, Sauly, come on. Now you know I was the one that insisted we do something low-key and intimate and quiet. This is perfect.

Kitty : Oh, Mother. You wanted a party.

Nora : No, I didn't. I don't!

Sarah : I told you. Didn't I tell you?

Tommy : Yeah.

Kevin : You know, in our defense, Mom, you were really quite convincing.

Nora : Kids, you don't have to apologize for listening to me. This isn't a-a wedding. It's not a bar mitzvah. It's just aging. I'm 60. More cake?

 

They are planning Nora's party.

Kevin : I can't believe she thought that was her party.

Julia : I know. I almost felt sorry for her.

Saul : Did you see that look of devastation when we brought her the cake from aisle six? Oh, my god, it was total genius.

Sarah : Okay, come on. Let's not pat ourselves on the back quite yet. We still have a surprise party to pull off. Okay. 1:00 PM. Kitty leaves the house with Mom to take her to the matinee of "wecked"

Tommy : Really? Not Kevin? Didn't you use to date one of those flying monkeys?

Kevin : Don't laugh. One of those flying monkeys got them house seats.

Saul : Excuse me. Who are you texting so frantically?

Kevin : Nothing frantic about it. I have fast thumbs.

Sarah : Great. I'll put them to use in the kitchen. I need you here by 9:00.

Kevin : What--whoa, 9:00? Aren't I supposed to meet, uh, Sparky's party people at Mom's house?

Sarah : Uh-huh, in the afternoon.

Kevin : Well, that's the whole day. Come on, I have work to do. How look how come Kitty got out of this?

Joe : That would be a dead giveaway if she left with us. She lives there.

Kevin : Oh, yeah.

Sarah : Exactly. Now, Saul, how are we doing with the R.S.V.P.S?

Saul : 41. Our usual closest friends and relatives.

Sarah : Good. Tommy, do we have enough liquor for 40-plus?

Tommy : Yeah, we're swimming in the stuff. That vineyard Holly wants to buy, they're just sending over crates of wine.

Sarah : Great. Okay, 2:00 PM. Julia.

Julia : I know, I pick up the cake at Millie's.

Tommy : Yeah, and I'm off to Malibu to get Justin from rehab. Report back to base camp at 5:00 hours, sir!

Sarah : Great.

Kevin : I gotta go.

Sarah : Wait, wait, wait. Did we all leave, uh, video testimonials?

Kevin : Yes, I did it.

Julia : Mine's on that chair in the dining room.

Joe : Drive safe. Okay, Rachel Ray, time for bed.

Sarah : No, no, no. You can't get out of this. We have a video to make.

 

Chad is at Kevin's home.

Kevin : You don't have to go, you know. I have a whole pint of ice cream in the fridge. I guess you don't eat ice cream, right? More of a sorbet man?

Chad : I just gotta get a good night's sleep, that's all. I have a big scene tomorrow. My father's old mafia boss is trying o kill me with a poisoned latte.

Kevin : I hope you live.

Chad : I do. My girlfriend Krista drinks it instead.

Kevin : Oh,she's the she's the nurse with the huge breasts, right?

Chad : I thought you never watch the show, Mr. Snob.

Kevin : I just started Ti-voing it.

Chad : You did? So what do you think?

Kevin : I think you're great. My sister Sarah's been filling me in on who's who. She used to watch it all the time when she was pregnant. She can't get over the fact we're hanging out.

Chad : You told your sister about us?

Kevin : Just--yeah, just that we're friends -- it's--it's fine. Don't worry. It's fine.

Chad : It's just, we gotta be careful, dude. This is career suicide for me. You understand, right?

Kevin : Yeah. Yeah, of course. You know, you're a TV heartthrob with a girlfriend. Come on. It'd be stupid for me to think that this is, you know, anything more than what it is. It's fine.

Chad : Don't be like that. Look, I've been with other guys before, but never more than once. This is a big deal for me.

Kevin : You should get a good night's rest. I wouldn't want you to accidentally drink the poisoned latte.

Chad : Cool. I'll text you good night?

Kevin : Nothing says good night like a text.

 

Sarah and Joe are recording their video for Nora.

Sarah : Hey, Mom. Uh, happy birthday. You taught me to be a friend and a mother. I'm definitely my mother's daughter the good, the bad and the ugly. Not that there's anything ugly. Oh, stop. Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.

Joe : What? That was okay. That was good.

Sarah : Stop. I gotta-- I gotta do it again.

Joe : Go again. Just give me a second.

Sarah : Happy birthday, Mom.

Joe : Ah, keep prac-- keep practicing. Just a sec.

Sarah : 60 years old. 60 years young.

Joe : Quiet on the set, please. Sarah's toast to her mom, take 16.

Sarah : It's not fair. Kitty has such an advantage. She had her own TV show.

Joe : Yeah. Um, you can do it. Come on.

Sarah : Okay.

Joe : Make love to the camera, baby.

Sarah : Oh, stop it. Cut it out.

Joe : Oh, yeah.

Sarah : What are you doing?

Joe : That's what I'm talkin' about.

Sarah : What? Joe! Come on! We're not making a sex video.

Joe : Oh, hey. There's an idea.

Sarah : Yeah. You're insane.

Joe : You know, you said that you wanted to have more fun. This would be fun.

Sarah : Yeah. Yeah, right. We do it right here on the couch with the kids upstairs and Cooper about to wake up at any moment to puke.

Joe : That is so hot.

Sarah : You're serious. Joe! Come on. This is the same tape as my mother's 60th video tribute.

Joe : I put in a new tape.

Sarah : You did? If this ends up on the internet

Joe : We'll make a killing.

 

Ida comes at Nora's house for Nora's birthday.

Nora : No, no, Betty, it was exactly what I wanted. You remember Renee Baumann's 60th? It was a total debacle. Half the neighborhood ended up with food poisoning. I-- Betty, there's someone at the door. I have to go. I'll call you right back. Bye-bye. Mom. Oh,my god, Mom!

Ida : Well, Nora, please get out of the doorway. It's cold out there.

Nora : Mother, what are you doing here?

Ida : Well, it's your birthday, honey. What do you think I'm doing here?

Nora : Actually, my birthday was two days ago. You're a little late.

Ida : Late? The party is not till tonight.

Nora : What party?

Ida : Well, your birthday party, obviously.

Nora : I have the feeling it was supposed to be a surprise, Mother.

Ida : A surprise party. I see.

Nora : It's okay. That's okay, Mother. Maybe you didn't know. These things can happen, I guess.

Ida : So it's my fault now? Would you get my bag? The cab driver left it out at the curb.

Nora : Oh, my god.

 

Nora is angry because Saul asked Ida to come for Nora's party.

Nora : Right. One second. One second. I told you I did not want a big to-do!

Saul : Are you crazy, Nora? It's your 60th birthday. Did you think we really were gonna stop at coconut cake?

Nora : I certainly didn't think you would invite our mother to a surprise party which I was very clear about not wanting in the first place!

Saul : Not that clear. I mean, she calls me every Sunday night. What am I supposed to do? I mean, if I thought that she was actually gonna come.

Nora : Well, of course she would come! You invited her!

Saul : I did not invite her! She's here because she loves you.

Nora : Now don't don't, She never even came to my husband's funeral! What kind of mother is that?

Saul : Just calm down.

Nora : I'm calm.

Saul : All right, let's go.

Nora : All right, fine. Hi, Mom. I'll make you some coffee.

Ida : You have so many fancy gadgets here. Do you even use half this stuff?

Nora : I like to cook, Mom.

Ida : It's not cooking when you use all this stuff. It's cheating.

Nora : Yeah.

 

Sarah is sick.

Joe : Here she comes, people, our fearless leader. Your kitchen awaits. Hon, you okay?

Sarah : Yeah, I just--um, my tummy's a little off.

Joe : Uh-oh.

Sarah : No,don't. Don't "uh-oh" me. I'm not gonna get sick.

Joe : You look green. Like Kermit the Frog green.

Sarah : I am cooking for 40-plus. I do not have time to get sick.

Joe : Okay. Where do you want the-- the--?

Sarah : Oh, God.

Joe : Lamb?

Kevin : What? No. No, no. You're kidding me. You can't be sick.

Sarah : I already told myself that, Kevin. It didn't work.

Tommy : Look, the party's in 9 hours and 33 minutes.

Sarah : I am really sorry, guys.

Julia : Oh, Sarah, this is so not your fault.

Kevin : Yes, it is her fault! I told her to-- I told you to get a flu shot!

Sarah : How is this helping?

Tommy : It's not.

Kevin : Well, look, I can't cook for everybody.

Sarah : Well, clearly, we do have to find a caterer.

Tommy : For tonight?

Sarah : Okay, guys, just calm down.

Kevin : Where the hell is Kitty? What-- she's not doing anything for this party.

Sarah : Kitty is already making calls from her office. The bulk of the planning is already done. I just I need you guys to just to step up and take the reins, okay, and communicate with each other. Now can I trust that you can handle this, guys?

Kevin : Yes.

Tommy : Yeah.

Sarah : Good, because I'm gonna go and throw up now.

 

Robert give his help for Nora's party.

Kitty : You're strictly kosher? Well well,just just say that I wanted, like, a cream sauce on.. Well, okay. Okay, okay. I--it--it.

Robert : Good shabbas?

Kitty : Don't ask. It's my mother's 60th birthday party tonight.

Robert : Ah, the big 6-0.

Kitty : Yeah, and, uh, we are suddenly without food. So the big 6-0 is about to become a big fast unless I can find a caterer, and I can't.

Robert : Use mine.

Kitty : Excuse me?

Robert : Yeah, I have a small catering staff at the ranch.

Kitty : Of course you do.

Robert : Pietro is world-class. His crab cakes are unbelievable. Not kosher, but. Pietro, it's Robert. Listen, I have a little bit of an emergency. There's an event in L.A. tonight, and I need you. Okay. I'll call you back with the info. Crisis averted.

Kitty : Uh, thank you.

Robert : It's nothing.

Kitty : No. No, it's not nothing. You just saved me well, saved, you saved all of us from giving my mother a second horrible birthday party. And, you know, um. You should come.

Robert : Thank you.

Kitty : No, no. I'm--I'm serious. You can come and eat crab cakes and, and "cake" cake and, you know, you'd meet the whole entire crazy family. Well, not that it's gonna be one of those small, intimate family dinner parties. My mother is actually shockingly popular, but, you know, there'll be lots of people, and, well, mostly Democrats. That's okay, you'll blend in, you know, unless, of course, you have plans already.

Robert : Just fraternizing with the enemy.

Kitty : Well, good.

 

Tommy is with Justin.

Woman : So you know how this is gonna work, right?

Tommy : Yeah, I'm his, uh, his chaperone, kind of.

Woman : Not "kind of," Tommy. We're releasing Justin under your supervision. It's really important that you're with him at all times.

Justin : Is there any chance of me getting an anklet like Martha Stewart? Just kidding.

Woman : We need you to sign these papers. It's mostly for the insurance company. It states that you're gonna be assuming all liabilities for the time he's not under our roof.

Tommy : Sure.

Woman : Also that you will not be taking Justin anyplace where drugs or alcohol will be readily available. Is that a problem?

Tommy : Uh, no, no, no. Not a problem.

 

Kevin is planning the party because sarah can't do it.

Kevin : Just--uh, just bring it all in and set it down anywhere. That'd be great. Thank you very much. What are-- what are those?

Woman : Oh, these goblets? Aren't they fabulous?

Kevin : What. What's--what's going. Who's in charge here?

Woman : Uh, Sparky's in the dining room.

Kevin : What--excuse me! Um, are--are you Sparky?

Sparky : Doesn't this look great? It's your family's personalized coat of arms.

Kevin : Okay, stop. What I'm sorry. What are you talking ab... What's with the gob... why does it look like the set of "Camelot" in here?

Sparky : It's the medieval package. Isn't that what you ordered?

Kevin : No, no, no. We ordered the mid-level package.

Sparky : There's no such thing. You must have checked the wrong box. It says in the contract--

Kevin : No, okay, okay. It's my mother's 60th, okay? Throwing her a party with a middle-aged theme would be a little on the nose, don't you think?

Man : Uh, sir, the wine?

Kevin : Yeah, yeah, 30 seconds. Hello?

Man : I'm just double-checking. Are you sure you want to include all this footage on your mom's tape?

Kevin : What--uh, uh, yes. Why?

Man : Uh, well, this one tape, it's a little

Kevin : Uh, hold on a second. I have another call. Tommy, where are you?

Tommy : You're not gonna believe this. We can't have alcohol at the house.

Kevin : What?

Tommy : It's the only way they'll allow Justin to be there.

Kevin : Okay. It's now officially a nightmare.

Tommy : Hey, it's not my rule.

Kevin : Don't get defensive. Just get here. You were saying?

Man : What I'm trying to tell you is, one of these tapes is too racey--

Man : Sir, I'm on a schedule.

Kevin : Ok, that's great. You can just put it back on the truck. Guys! You can just put it back on the truck.

Man : Excuse me, Mr. Walker, this is too racey

Man : My job is to deliver, not take away.

Kevin : Okay, fine. Deliver it upstairs. Anything.

Man : Upstairs is extra.

Kevin : Whatever you have, just put it on there. I don't have time for this now, okay? Thank you, bye.

Man : Mr. Walker?

Kevin : Yeah?

Man : We're Senator McCallister's security detail.

Kevin : Right, and and you're here because

Man : The senator will be attending a party here this evening.

Kevin : Says who?

Man : His schedule.

Kevin : Did my sister invite him?

Man : We don't deal with his personal life. We're just here to sweep the house.

Kevin : Right.

Man : You won't even notice we're here.

Kevin : I doubt that.

 

Kitty and Nora are coming to Nora's house.

Nora : I love going to a matinee. I really, really loved it. I tell you what, I don't know why Kevin ended things with that flying monkey. He was just adorable.

Kitty : What are you doing?

Nora : My lips are dry. This weather is so weird. All right. Shall we go?

Kitty : No, I'll get the door.

Nora : Okay.

Kitty : So what are we gonna

Everybody : Surprise!

Nora : Oh, my goodness! Oh, my. Well, I I'm just. So. Is that a coat of arms?

Kitty : Well, yeah, yeah. You, well, we know how you like them.

Nora : Oh, yes.

Kitty : It's. pretty.

Nora : I-I can't believe what you pulled off, truly.

Saul : Ah, well, Sarah deserves most of the credit.

Kevin : What did I do all day?

Joe : Sarah got the flu from the kids. She's hoping to make it for cake.

Nora : And, Justin! Oh, Justin, having you here is the biggest gift of them all.

Justin : Happy birthday, Mom. You look great.

Ida : Nora, a peasant girl told me there is no alcohol. What is going on here?

Kevin : I'll, I'll get you a sparkling cranberry juice, Grandma.

Ida : Well, who's the movie star?

Kitty : Senator McCallister, you came. Great.

Robert : Hi. Told ya. So much for just fitting in.

Kitty : Oh, yeah.

Robert : Is this a costume party?

Kitty : Apparently it is. But, you know, our house doesn't usually, you know, look like this.

Robert : Nora, very happy birthday. I am so sorry to just be getting here, but you know the rule be early or late.

Anything in the middle risks ruining the surprise.

Ida : Well, it wouldn't have mattered anyway, because I already

Nora : Mother!

Kitty : Yeah, well, you know, Senator McCallister, when Sarah got sick, he he generously gave us his chef.

Robert : Just an act of culinary bipartisanship.

Ida : Well, thank god for you or there'd be nothing to eat either.

Kitty : Uh, Kevin, do you think maybe you could show Grandma the couch?

Kevin : Sure. Like I haven't done enough today. Come on, Grandma.

Ida : Look at you. You are so handsome. Why are you still a bachelor? How is your love life? Are you dating anybody?

Kevin : Uh, I d--I don't, no. It's see,

Ida : You just haven't met the right girl yet,that's all. It's gonna happen.

Kevin : That's Grandma, the thing is, I'm

Ida : Oh, look at you blushing. If I was your age, I would date you.

Kevin : You know what? I'm gonna get us some wine. Just, uh, just keep it on the D.L.

Ida : Yeah. Keep it on the D.L.

Saul : A spinach custard.

Pietro : Kind of a custard? Kind of.

Nora : A-- you, come with me now.

Saul : Excuse me. Here I come.

Nora : Where did they hide the booze? Tell me. Really, I'm not joking.

Saul : Nora, if I knew where it was, I'd be drunk by now.

Nora : Mom is driving me crazy. I'm gonna end up institutionalized on my 60th birthday.

Saul : Why do you let her get to you? Why don't you just walk away?

Nora : Oh, where would I go? She's like a heat-seeking missile.

Saul : What am I gonna do with the two of you? You're both behaving like children.

Nora : How? How am I behaving like a child?

Saul : You both blame each other for the same thing, Nora.

Nora : What has she been telling you?

Saul : Nothing. There's just so much misunderstanding going on here.

Nora : Oh, no, I understand everything she says. I wish I didn't.

Saul : All right, tell me something. Did you tell her not to come to William's funeral? She told me that you didn't want her there.

Nora : I can't believe you listen to her. She asked me if it would be all right if she went on a cruise to the Bahamas. What was I supposed to say, "No, Mother, I really think it's a better idea if you come to my husband's funeral"?

Saul : Well, maybe she just wanted you to tell her that you wanted her to come.

Nora : You know what? It was not about her. My husband died. It was not my responsibility to make her feel better. Why do you always take her side?

Saul : I don't take anyone's side.

Nora : All right. Oh, Senator, hello.

Saul : Excuse me. I just want to see how everyone's doing.

Nora : No, um, don't I know you? I feel like I.

 

Kitty and Robert are talking in the kitchen.

Pietro : Yes. I cooked at a benefit for the Children's Wish.

Nora : Oh, that's right! Ah, that was my husband's favorite charity. It's being threatened, you know. A consortium of businessmen

Robert : They've, uh, figured out a way to manipulate eminent domain to knock down the church and build a supermarket. It's appalling.

Nora : I didn't think you Republicans cared about things like that.

Robert : You know, Nora, I bet you and I could find a lot to agree on. In fact, I'm sure you're in complete agreement on what an astonishing woman Kitty is.

Kitty : Ah, you know, you should relax. You're never gonna get her vote.

Nora : Oh, I don't know. I-I think he's my favorite Republican, right behind Abe Lincoln.

Kevin : Any more ravioli left? The senator's thugs.

Nora : Uh, Kevin, have you met Senator McCallister?

Kevin : Uh, no, not officially, although I am familiar with his politics. Hi, I'm Kevin, the gay brother.

Robert : How you doing?

Nora : It is the senator here who provided us with this fabulous feast for tonight. Maybe we could leave the political debate alone for a while?

Kevin : Oh, absolutely, of course. Maybe one day, he can even cater my wedding, although he'd have to be voted out of office for that to happen, right?

Robert : Not necessarily. My senatorial duties don't preclude catering.

Kitty : Kevin, talk. Now, please.

Nora : Take your time.

 

Kitty, Kevin and Tommy are upstairs.

Kevin : The one contribution you made to this party is to bring "Senator Homophobe."

Kitty : Kevin, I really thought that you and I were done with this.

Kevin : Oh, god, you miss the point! Okay, okay. It is one thing to go and work for the guy, which I have finally come around to. But to bring him to our house, to my mother's birthday party?

Kitty : He gave us his chef. It was the nice thing to do. Oh, you know what? You have no room to talk. What--what, sleeping with a closeted actor?

Kevin : Who told you?

Kitty : Uh, Tommy did.

Tommy : What? I never said a word. You're the one blabbing to the entire family.

Kevin : Okay, whatever. Look, where did you hide the wine? I need to get Grandma a drink asap.

Tommy : It's in the closet.

Kitty : You put the wine in my closet? Is your little boyfriend in there?

Kevin : He's not my boyfriend!

Saul : Keep it down. What's wrong with you? All right, we're about to start the video. Where's Justin?

Tommy : If he does something stupid tonight

Kitty : Tommy, we have to trust him.

Tommy : We can't, Kitty. That's why he's in rehab.

Kitty : No, he's in rehab to get better, and that involves taking responsibility for things that he's already done, and he told me that he had to go see Tyler.

Tommy : Wait. He he what?

Kitty : Yeah. Yeah, I guess he had to go apologize to her, you know, face-to-face.

Tommy : Kitty, you--you-- you let him go?

Kitty : No. No, I pinned him down and I gave him a wedgie, but I just couldn't keep him there. What was I supposed, of course I let him go.

Tommy : I don't know. Maybe

Kitty : You have to try and trust him,okay?

Tommy : Okay, fine, but if anything happens, it's, it's on your hands.

Nora : Kids, kids, come on. They're gonna show your video. Come on. Come on.

 

They are watching the video.

Kitty : You're like a fine wine, Nora Walker.

Tommy : Happy birthday, Mom.

Julia : Happy birthday, Nora.

Tommy : Love you.

Julia : We love you.

Sarah : If this ends up on the Internet

Nora : Are they ?

Joe : Uh, where's the remote? How do you stop--come on! How do you you how do you no, no, no! Tommy, how do you turn this thing off?

Kitty : I can't believe this is happening.

Nora : Senator, please don't watch.

Robert : Please, I'm in politics. I've pretty much seen everything.

Joe : There's nothing-- it doesn't-- it doesn't-- nothing else is happening.

Sarah : Oh, Joe. Ah, boy. Hey, Jack.

Joe : Sarah. Hey, Sarah. What are you doing here?

Sarah : I said I'd try and make it if I felt okay. Joe, what's going on?

Joe : What are you talking about?

Robert : Yeah, sure.

Sarah : Why are there cops here anyway? And who the hell are those guys?

Joe : Oh, those are serfs.

Kitty : Senator, would--would you like some wine?

Robert : I thought this was a dry party.

Kitty : Mm-hmm, but I I know a guy. Come on. This this way.

 

Justin and Tyler are talking about the past.

Justin : Thanks for coming. You you look great.

Tyler : I don't have a lot of time.

Justin : I-I won't keep you. I-I need to get back to my mom's party anyway. I just. I came to apologize. I'm not here to make an excuse, because there is no excuse for what I did. But I--I'm in rehab.

Tyler : So you're out making amends, huh? That's part of the program, isn't it? How high up am I on your list?

Justin : You're right under my family. Look, that night I got high at the hotel, I don't even remember much. And, and that girl, honestly, is just someone I used to use with. We just try to forget about stuff together.

Tyler : What were you trying to forget about that day, me?

Justin : No. Tyler, look, you were the best thing that's happened to me in a long time.

Tyler : What do you want me to say? Justin, you may have been high, but I wasn't. And I remember everything.

Justin : God, look, I am so sorry. I get out in a week. Can I see you?

Tyler : Justin

Justin : Look, it doesn't have to be a date, right? You, you can bring one of my family members. Just pick one.

Tyler : I'm seeing someone.

Justin : That I that's great. That's great. I'm, I'm, I'm, I'm really, I'm really happy for you.

Tyler : What are you gonna do after rehab?

Justin : I'm going back. Uh, to the Middle East. They, they called me to Iraq.

Tyler : Oh, my god. You found out that day, didn't you? Why didn't you tell me?

Justin : I didn't want to use it as an excuse.

Tyler : Oh, Justin.

Justin : Uh, yeah, you know,you, you should go. I don't want to keep you.

Tyler : Yeah. Um, tell your mom I said happy birthday.

Justin : Yeah.

 

Kitty and Robert are talking.

Robert : This is where you keep the wine, where do you keep your clothes?

Kitty : Oh, just shut your mouth and come on. Shut the door.

Robert : I am having, like, a fifth grade flash back of Dina Segerson and seven minutes in heaven. Have you always been a closet drinker?

Kitty : Are you done?

Robert : No, I'll, I'll think of some more. This is quite a collection.

Kitty : Oh, yeah. If only my shoes could talk.

Robert : These are sufficiently slutty. What's their story?

Kitty : Hamptons, 2002, broke a heel dancing on a table, got sandwiched in between this, uh, club promoter and some tortured playwright.

Robert : Do you want to explain those?

Kitty : Oh, my god. Yes. Halloween two years ago. Tribeca loft party, uh, Jonathan and I went as Sonny and Cher.

Robert : Jonathan?

Kitty : Uh, yeah. Uh, Jonathan, my ex-fiance. Yeah, I'd rather talk about my shoes.

Robert : Understood.

Kitty : You know, tonight was unusually bizarre, even for my family.

Robert : Are you kidding me? It's been fantastic. It's like dinner theater or the circus.

Kitty : Well, you certainly managed to charm the pants off the ringleader. I think my mother was actually batting her eyelashes at you.

Robert : There was no batting.

Kitty : Senator, there was, and you don't have to be modest with me.

Robert : Please, we're in a closet. Call me Robert.

Kitty : Okay, well, Robert, so now that you've managed to make my mother fall in love with you, why don't you just tell Kevin that you have a gay brother?

Robert : Mm, because I don't trade in that kind of currency. I'm not gonna use my brother to get your brother's approval.

Kitty : Well, it would make things a lot easier.

Robert : Make what easier?

Kitty : Mm, sorry.

Robert : You know, we've been in here for,like, over a minute now, and we haven't even done anything. I've gotten more action from Dina Segerson in the fifth grade.

Kitty : I can't. And it's not that I don't want to I don't mean that I, I do want to. It's just that even if I did want to, I couldn't.

Robert : With that kind of logic, are you sure you're not a Democrat?

Kitty : Besides, I'm on a fast. My, my mom and I made a pact, a man-fast.

Robert : A man-fast?

Kitty : Emm

Robert : Meaning?

Kitty : No men. You know, temporarily. Well, as you can see, I've, I've worn a lot of shoes in my life. So now it's just time to focus on me for a while and go barefoot.

Robert : Okay. But. Hypothetically speaking?

Kitty : You mean, hypothetically, if I didn't work for you?

Robert : Hypothetically speaking, of course.

Kitty : You'd be the first pair I'd try on.

 

Sarah is coming to Nora's kitchen.

Sarah : I just don't understand. I'm out of commission for eight hours, and the party turns into a medieval circus.

Kevin : Yeah, well, you ordered this medieval circus, which happens to be the most expensive package.

Sarah : No, I-I ordered the med the mid- the mid-level.

Kevin : Ding.

Sarah : Oh, my god. Oh, Mom, I am so sorry about your party.

Nora : Sweetie, no one really saw anything.

Ida : Well, speak for yourself.

Kevin : Uh, uh, uh, the theme. She's, she's upset about the theme.

Nora : The theme is so festive.

Sarah : Oh, come on, Mom.

Nora : It's so festive.

Sarah : There is armor on the wall. There are serfs in the bathroom. And where's all the wine? I mean, isn't that all they did in the middle ages, drink wine? And what's with all the state troopers?

Robert : Oh, they are state troopers, and they're my fault.

Sarah : Senator.

Robert : How you doing?

Kitty : And we had to promise no wine when we took Justin out of rehab.

Ida : Out of where?

Nora : Mother, Justin is in a rehab program. He's a drug addict.

Kevin : Oh, Mom, a little more discretion. We are in the presence of a U.S. Senator.

Robert : Well, it's nothing to be embarrassed of.

Kevin : Oh, but homosexuality is?

Kitty : Oh, Kevin, you know, please, enough. Can you just please tell him that you have a gay brother, too?

Ida : Who's gay?

Robert : I think you just outed two brothers for the price of one.

Kevin : Thanks, Kitty. That would be me, Grandma. I'm gay.

Ida : Oh, you're not gay. Justin, maybe.

Kevin : But you oh, I, I, I, I am, uh, gay. I swear. I am.

Nora : Oh, Mother, stop acting so horrified. You are loving every second of this.

Robert : Pietro, do that pick up?

Saul : Why is everybody in the kitchen, huh? Is everything okay?

Ida : Well, hardly. Justin is an addict, Kevin is gay, and, and this one is shooting pornographic movies.

Sarah : Pornographic what?

Nora : The sex tape that you and Joe shot, it ended up on my video.

Sarah : Oh, no.

Everybody : Yeah.

Sarah : No, it didn't.

Everybody : Yes, it did.

Sarah : Joe. Joe. Why didn't you tell me about the tape?

Joe : Hon, I was gonna tell you after the party. I didn't want to ruin your party here.

Sarah : We're supposed to be a team.

Joe : Uh, we were a team.

Sarah : It's not funny!

Ida : What else don't I know about this family?

Saul : Ma, let's go sit down, okay?

Nora : No, no, Saul. She wants to know so I'm gonna tell her. Mother, William cheated on me. Yes! Is that what you wanted to hear? William had an affair with another woman for almost half my marriage and not only that, hold on he was an embezzler. As it turns out, a very successful embezzler, but an embezzler nonetheless. So it turns out you were right. Are you happy now?

Ida : Of course I'm not happy. I'm not surprised, but I'm not happy.

Nora : What are you--you-

Saul : Okay, okay, okay, Mom. That's it, that's it. Let's go. That's enough.

Ida : Where?

Saul : I'm taking you to my house, and tomorrow morning you're flying home.

Ida : Well, what did I do?

Saul : It's Nora's birthday, Mom. She's had a terrible year, and you haven't been nice to her since you got here. I'm sorry I invited you. I really am.

Ida : I have never understood this family.

Saul : That's because you never even tried.

Nora : Mom-

Saul : No, Nora. It's, it's okay.

 

Kevin, Tommy and Sarah are upstairs.

Kevin : That was some serious family drama.

Tommy : I think you finally drove off McCallister and his band of merry men.

Kevin : Good. I'm sure Kitty's apologizing for us all right now.

Sarah : Oh, whatever. At least your asses weren't plastered all over a plasma. Don't laugh. It's not funny. I can't even look at you people anymore.

Tommy : Imagine how we feel.

Kevin : Yeah. Bold choice with the couch.

Sarah : Oh, stop it.

Kevin : Have you been doing yoga?

Sarah : Okay, that's enough.

Tommy : Meanwhile, can we talk about Grandma for a second?

Kevin : I know, I know. I mean, you know she's nice to us, but I forget with Mom, she's Joan Crawford.

Tommy : Can you imagine having that as your parent?

Sarah : You gotta hand it to her. I mean, she turned out pretty well, considering.

Tommy : Yeah.

Tommy, Sarah, Kevin : To Mom.

Sarah : Justin.

Justin : And I'm the one in rehab.

Tommy : Uh, where-- where the hell have you been?

Justin : Not been drinking, unlike you drunk bastards.

Sarah : Wait, come in. Shut the door.

Justin : It's like a speakeasy in here.

Kevin : We were just-- just getting wasted.

Justin : Relax. I'm not gonna ground you.

Tommy : So, uh, how'd it go with Tyler?

Justin : She's great. She's seeing someone already.

Tommy and Kevin : To Tyler!

Justin : You suck. Both of you.

 

Nora talks to Ida.

Nora : Mother, stop it. Now stop packing. Stop it. You are not going anywhere tonight. I know you never liked him William. What what was it you always called him, the the charmer, the the "Operator."

Ida : "The operator."

Nora : Yes, the operator. You didn't want me to get hurt. You were being my mother. When I think of somebody hurting my kids. But, Mother, listen to me. Grown-up kids make big old grown-up mistakes. And you were right, weren't you? I've tried to imagine why he needed somebody else. I don't think I'll ever understand it. But I want you to know, Mother, we had a good marriage.

Ida : I know.

Nora : You do?

Ida : Your father spent all of his life in the office. Or at least, that's what he said. In any case, it was hardly a great marriage. Not even a good one. And when I looked at yours, I could see the difference. There were times when I, I almost left.

Nora : Why didn't you?

Ida : You and Saul. And I didn't want to be alone. I realize now that I am anyway. Now, Nora, I wanted to come to William's funeral. I thought that since I'd said so many terrible things about him you wouldn't want me there. So I told you about the cruise because I wanted to give you an easy way for you to say "don't come."

Nora : Oh, Mother. I should've insisted that you come. I just didn't want to take care of you that day. I wanted somebody to take care of me.

Ida : Here. I didn't have a chance to go shopping. I got that, that frame through one of those catalogs. That's you. That's the oldest picture I could find. You were so beautiful, even as an infant. There wasn't a day I didn't hear someone say you looked like a Sears-Roebuck doll.

Nora : Thanks, Mom.

Ida : Now if you don't mind, I'm just gonna lie down for a little while. I don't feel like going back to that party.

Nora : All right. If there's cake, do you want me to come get you?

Ida : Not so much.

Nora : All right.

Ida : Nora, you must've done something right. You've got a house full of children. If I didn't call Saul on Sundays, I don't think I would ever hear from either one of you

Nora : That's not true. I'm glad you came, Mom.

 

Kevin talks to Chad about last night.

Kevin : You made coffee. I was hoping to take you to Jinky's for breakfast.

Chad : Oh, it's much cozier here. Don't you think?

Kevin : Oh, thank you. If you're hungry, I have some leftover birthday cake.

Chad : Oh, that's right. How was the party? I never asked.

Kevin : It was insane. It was kinda like this huge family meltdown, only really fun. Oh, Senator McCallister was there.

Chad : You're kidding.

Kevin : No.

Chad : His brother is gay, you know?

Kevin : Yeah, I know.

Chad : He cruised me once at the gym.

Kevin : It must be almost impossible for you to work out.

Chad : Hang on a second. Hey. Ah, just at some friend's house. Yeah, I'd love to shoot some hoops later. I'll give you a call? Right on. Sorry about that.

Kevin : Well, of course. That's where you are now. Some friend's house.

Chad : Kev

Kevin : No, I know. It's just, I'm, I'm not used to being this guy, you know? I've always been the one with intimacy issues. I've always been the one feeling bad 'cause I've let someone down.

Chad : Come on, let's go to Jinky's.

Kevin : Really? Breakfast in the outside world? Gee, I'm the luckiest guy in town.

Chad : Don't make fun of me.

Kevin : Come on. Let me look in my closet. Maybe I can find you a little disguise. Oh, God.

Chad : Bro, you okay?

Kevin : Okay, first thing, let's, let's retire "bro" from the bedroom. And second oh, excuse me.

 

They are in the kitchen. Tommy, Kitty and Kevin are sick.

Nora : Tommy, just come here. The last thing in the world you want to do is get Julia and the fetus sick. All right, "baby." Whatever. Just come here. Okay, I'll see you soon. Tommy's got it, too. How's your sister?

Kevin : Oh, she's not moving. We all spent too much time in the closet. How do you feel?

Nora : Better. Now that your grandmother is on her way to the airport.

Kevin : Oh, yeah. We've all decided we,we all feel terrible about your childhood.

Nora : Well, that's a reversal. I just hope I'm not like her. But I think I am a little like her. I mean, I'm opinionated like her and stubborn and she says whatever the hell comes to her mind.

Kevin : Like yeah, not such a bad role model for a girl in the '50s, or a gay man now.

Nora : Genetics very strong thing. You look awful.

Kevin : Thank you, Ida.

Saul : Good morning.

Kevin : Morning.

Nora : Is she off?

Saul : Yep. She's headed back to the desert with the rest of the scorpions.

Kevin : Oh, don't.

Saul : They're like little mini lobsters.

Kevin : Saul!

Nora : Oh, Honey. I'll bring you some tea when you're finished.

Saul : I should be wearing a mask.

Nora : Saul. Thank you for last night and everything with Mother. You haven't done that since right after my seventh grade Christmas recital. Remember?

Saul : Yeah. She said you couldn't sing.

Nora : Well, I can't sing, but she didn't have to tell me.

Saul : Right.

Nora : You're a good big brother, then and now. I couldn't pick a better person to know for every chapter of my life.

Saul : We both lucked out.

Nora : Here.

Saul : Okay.

Nora : You have to rinse those before you put 'em in the dishwasher.

Saul : Nora.

Nora : All right.

Saul : Shut up.

Nora : Okay. Fine. I'll wash 'em again later. Just go ahead.

Saul : Okay.

Nora : How is everybody doing?

Kevin : I think I'm dying.

Kitty : This is all Sarah's fault.

Tommy : Is this what happens when people have kids? They spread disease?

Nora : Tommy, you're building your immune system. It's very important. Now I've got saltine crackers, I've got ginger ale, I've got applesauce.

Tommy : Oh, God.

Nora : Oh, Thomas, be nice.

Kitty : Mother, you're really enjoying this, aren't you?

Nora : No. No.

Kitty : Who could be at the door?

Tommy : Hare krishnas.

Robert : Nora, I come bearing soup.

Nora : Why, Senator, that's so sweet of you, and un- senatorial.

Robert : Well, uh, the house was smack between speaking engagements.

Nora : Really, where?

Robert : San Diego and San Francisco. So I stopped at Feinberg's and I got you 2 gallons and bagel chips.

Nora : Kitty's upstairs.

Robert : Oh, okay. Uh, tell her that last night was the perfect dose of family, and that I really needed it.

Nora : Well, thank you for the soup and for Pietro.

Robert : And one more thing, if you don't mind. Please tell Kitty to let me know when she's ready to go shoe shopping again.

Nora : My, you are a friendly boss. Yes, I-I certainly will do that, Senator. And now please go fumigate yourself.

Robert : Good to see you.

Nora : Bye. He brought soup.

Kevin : Oh, big whoop. Maybe he could use it as his next campaign. "Vote for me get soup." Ooh, chicken noodle. Sweet.

Kitty : Oh, you're such a hypocrite, Kevin.

Kevin : I'm eating it doesn't mean I have to like him.

Nora : You kids just eat your soup, really slowly. A chip? Oh, I want a chip.

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