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to school.
Right. Listen, Buck.
For eight years you have been
making plans and breaking plans.
What are you talking about?
Didn't we talk last night about this?
What did we talk about?
Me playing the father!
I'm glad you can do it for your brother.
You sure can't do it for me.
How could I do it for you?
We don't have kids.
What are you talking about?
Buck, I know you think the job
is pointless...
and in some way I'm trying
to manipulate you and control you...
and ruin your life.
I have to fill the position.
It's important to the company and me.
Unless you tell me different,
I'll offer the job to somebody else.
Give me a week to think about it.
I don't know how long I'll be here.
If , during that week...
you see somebody
who will fill the bill...
hire him on a part-time basis
or whatever.
That way I'll make up my mind and
we'll see where we are at that point.
Okay, I have to go now.
Bye-bye, hon.
Eight more. Come on.
Work it.
Get the circulation going.
Step it up.
Isn't peace wonderful?
Mikhail Gorbachev, the most improbable
evil emperor in captivity...
captivates Manhattan...
wows the U.N. By announcing a unilateral
cut in the Soviet military...
smiles and waves with erstwhile
cold warriors Ronald Reagan...
And the stock market has
its best week since July.
Take that, Karl Marx.
Would you like to talk about
a possible lunch trade?
Cover your ears.
Just do it.
Do you know how whipped
an engine has to be to blow that loud?
Call me.
You ever hear of a tune-up?
You ever hear of a ritual killing?
I don't get it.
Gnaw on her face in public
like that again and you'll be one.
- Are you crazy?
- I can be.
- You could've taken his head off.
- But would he notice?
Can we get something straight?
The guy's a predator
and you're his prey.
- Really?
- You bet.
- How do you know?
- When I was his age, I was the guy...
zooming the girls like you.
Pretty face, big chip on your shoulder.
I recommend you stay out
of my personal life.
Do your parents stay out
of your personal lie?
They don't know my personal life.
- Have they met Twiddle Dink?
- His name is Bug.
- First or last?
- First.
What's his last name, Spray?
You should talk, Buck.
No. No.
N-O. Don't look at me like that.
That's not fair.
Don't you have a favorite doll
or something?
Why don't we get your doll
and put your dad's pajamas on him?
Your brother!
What about your brother?
How about the dog?
You know the dog.
You can't.
You just can't.
It's a new law.
That's it.
It's in the books.
You don't want to sleep with me.
Can somebody get that, please?
Do I have to do everything
around here?
- Yo.
- Hi, sweetie. How are you?
Fine. I'm earning my keep.
Uncle Buck's got me bustin' my hump.
He says hard work
will put hair on my chest.
At least I'm learning a trade.
That's good.
Grandpa's feeling better.
He sends you
big hugs and kisses.
Tell him to hang in there.
- Can you get Uncle Buck?
- Will do, chickie.
- Hi.
- Next time you take off...
why don't you hire a murderer
to watch the house?
This guy's a joke.
Why don't you go your way
and let him go his?
While he systematically
dismantles my life?
Another drawback is
that I'm a big drooler.
You could wake up
thinking you were asleep in a swamp.
- Mom's on the phone.
- Good. I'll be right there.
The guy took off
and left Miles and Maizy alone.
Plus he drinks.
- Did you brush your teeth?
- Yeah. Feel my toothbrush.
I have a friend who works at
the crime lab at the police station.
I could give him your toothbrush
and he could run a test on it to see...
if you actually brushed your teeth
or ran your toothbrush under the faucet.
If that's true, we're going to really
have to start brushing our teeth.
How are you?
- I'm okay. How's everything?
- Good, good.
- You sure?
- Everything is fine here.
- Everything's fine.
- Kids are okay?
The kids are great!
We're having a great time

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