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what it is.
I'm going to catch this kid
and put a dent in his future.
15 years from now, when he looks back
on the ruin his life has become, -
- he will remember Edward Rooney.
- Wrong.
- What?
Not here.
We're not leaving the car here.
- Why not?
- I want the car home where it belongs.
- Let's go.
- What can happen in a garage?
It could get wrecked, stolen,
scratched, breathed on wrong.
- A pigeon could shit on it.
- Calm down.
I'll give the guy a fiver to watch it.
What guy?.
Hey, how are you doing?
You speak English?
What country do you think this is?
Okay, I want you to take
extra special care of this vehicle.
No problem. Trust me.
- Sir ...
- Come on.
Relax.
You have nothing to worry about.
I'm a professional.
A professional what?
See what a finski
can do to a guy's attitude?
Come on.
Bless his little heart.
Nine times.
- You think the car's all right?
- Sure.
- This is the world's tallest building.
- I don't feel too good.
Here, climb up on this.
Come on, everybody. Cameron.
Okay, lean forward
against the glass like this.
- Oh, my God!
- Isn't that great?
The city looks so peaceful
from up here.
Anything is peaceful from 1 ,353 feet.
- I think I see my dad.
- We've got a lot to do. Let's go.
Shit! The son of a bitch
is down there somewhere.
- You want to get married?
- Sure.
Today?. I'm serious.
- I'm not getting married.
- Why not?
- Think about it.
- Besides being too young ...
Having no place to live ...
You being the only cheerleader
with a husband ...
- Give me one good reason why not?
- Look at my mother and father.
- They hate each other.
- So what?
It's like that car.
He loves the car, he hates his wife.
Thank you.
Can we please get out of here?
This place gives me the creeps.
Why didn't you tell me ..?
- Hello, may I help you?
- You can sure as hell try.
I'm Abe Froman, party of three for 12.
- Is there a problem?
- You're Abe Froman?
- The sausage king of Chicago?
- Yeah, that's me.
I'm very busy. Why don't you kids
go back to the clubhouse?
Are you suggesting
I'm not who I say I am?
I'm suggesting that you leave
before I have to get snooty.
- Okay, Abe, let's go.
- I'm not going anywhere.
- No, we'd like to be seated.
- I'm going to have to call the police.
- You're going to call the police?
- Yes.
- Fine! I'll call them myself.
- Yes.
Call the police. This'll be a hoot.
Give me the phone.
I have another call.
You touch me, I yell rat.
Find another phone.
Wonderful.
I weep for the future.
- Ferris, let it go.
- Please, you've gone too far.
You're going to get busted.
You can never go too far,
and I won't be busted by a guy like that.
- Come on, Abe!
- Ask for Abe Froman.
- Chez Quis?
- May l speak to Abe Froman?
- The sausage king of Chicago.
- Let me check the restaurant.
- Could you describe him for me?
- Leatherjacket.
White T-shirt, sweater vest.
Devastatingly handsome.
- Hold on one moment.
- Thank you.
Froman, this is Sergeant Peterson,
Chicago Police.
- I appreciate your understanding.
- Don't think twice.
Understanding allows people like us
to tolerate a person like yourself.
- Thank you.
- Don't mention it.
Enjoy your luncheon.
Darling, you were wonderful.
Cameron, you thought we wouldn't
have any fun. Shame on you.
Maybe I'm overreacting.
Maybe Ferris isn't such a bad guy.
After all, I got a car.
He got a computer.
Still, why should he get
to do whatever he wants?
Why should everything
work out for him?
What makes him
so goddam special?
Screw him.
I used to think that my family was
the only one with weirdness in it.
Then I saw Cameron's family.
His home life is really twisted.
That's why he's sick all the time.
It really bothers him.
He feels better when he's sick.
If I had to live in that house,
I'd pray for a disease, too.
The place is like a museum.
It's very beautiful and very cold.
You're not allowed to touch anything.
Can you appreciate what it

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