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she fought it out with my
mother and finally took off
first minute
she could.
what if you
had taken off?
well, that never
would have happened
'cause i wasn't like that.
i did what i was told.
your father's son.
yeah, at's right.
and all that went with it.
that's right. all the
success and the money.
but beyond that, what else
did you inherit?
i'll tell you
what i inherited--
my mother.
janice got laid.
she took off.
she laughed
at all this shit.
then the trip's over and
she's back and she's one of us.
and she wants
her piece.
well, let me tell you,
she get nothing!
'cause i got the scars!
so it's mine!
what are you doing?
cooking.
how was the call?
it was nothing. it was
a laundromat on webster.
thought i'd make a little
dinner like we do back home.
we got pasta badan--
macaroni and potatoes,
real peasant food.
we got a little salad.
then pork chops
and vinegar peppers.
i fuckin' miss
this shit, i gotta say.
i can see why.
you gotta wait for that.
- what?
- nothing.
i just realized--
the other night when you cut
the power to the church...
i was a real dick.
- yeah.
- but it was only because i was worried, you know.
something could've
happened to you.
that's a nice thing.
you don't understand.
vincent,
i love you.
i love you,
johnny cakes.
10:30, gotta be.
hour and half, lunch.
the halfway
fuckin' point.
don't look at your watch.
not yet.
save it.
treat yourself.
10:50,
maybe 10:55.
don't look.
think of those sandwiches
jim made.
when you've eaten
the last bite,
this fuckin' day
is halfway gone.
11:30, has to be.
look at the angle
of the sun.
maybe even 11:45.
okay, look.
now.
fuck me!
vincent?
jiggle the toilet after.
vincent!
vincent.
moment of truth.
it's still
up to the judge,
but they're gonna
recommend 15 years
and $4.1 million.
you keep the home,
the 45k in equity from the
girls' variable life insurance,
and ginny's i.r.a. which
is worth about 110 grand.
- and?
- that's it.
or go to trial.
15 fucking years.
you're a young man.
in 15 years,
you'll be 67.
the golden years.
grandkids.
do i have to to do
the allocution?
you know the allocution
is always part of it,
practically
the whole point.
i'll take it.
that i.r.a. of ginny's--
she worked the tie counter
at wanamaker's.
that's where we met.
no mocha mix?
i was looking forward to
fresh blueberries this morning
but mom hasn't shopped.
what are you doing
hanging around here?
finn asked me into the city
to see a movie,
but i didn't want to go
and i told him he could go
if he wanted to
and he went.
- really?
- yeah, really.
don't give it
to me, okay?
i know.
i'm sorry.
it's just...
he doesn't
fucking get it.
i don't even know
what he's thinking lately.
he spends more time at
jeffrey's apartment than with me.
come on.
you know who's really good
to talk to about stuff?
your mother.
this whole year off together,
i've seen such a selfish side.
"i'll come back early." he said
that. he actually said that.
all right, well...
maybe he thought
you wanted him to go.
i mean, you did say it.
yeah, or maybe
subconsciously he's done.
- we sleep together
at jeffrey's apartment,
and finn sleeps
on the floor half the time
and i'm right there
for him.
okay, well, honey, when you're
living in sin with some guy,
- you can't expect--
- living in what?!
jesus christ.
you should talk to your
mother about this shit!
did you go see that guy at
the building department yet?
i was going to go on friday
when the schedules are looser.
well, don't.
fuck!
whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa!
jesus.
are you all right?
what the fuck are you doing
parked out here?
excuse me?
i'm getting my mail.
you're driving
like a maniac.
my god. how come your
airbags didn't go off?
somebody took it out.
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