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- He is an encyclopedia.
- He's funny.
- He's great.
He's my godbrother.
This uniform works.
That's why I'm a volunteer.
- I can tell.
- Hey, Carol.
What about your boyfriend?
What's his name?
- Richard.
- When's he comin'?
He's not.
He's not coming.
What happened?
We just ran out of gas.
I guess I mistook sex for love.
I did that once.
It was great.
Sandy's a very deep person.
Oh, my God!
Who is that?
She could certainly
make my night.
- Who is she?
- Oh, God.
Sandy, come here.
- Who's that?
- That's Roxanne.
- She studies astronomy or astrology.
- There's a difference?
Look, look.
Someone is checking you out.
He could cheer you up.
If I was you,
I'd do something about that.
Maybe later.
Maybe not.
You are playing it beautifully.
You don't mind
if I give it a shot?
- You go right ahead.
- Thanks, maestro.
You know, I'd like to invite you
to a Nelson tradition.
- Hot-tubbing.
- Pardon me?
It's a tradition we have here
to consume some mulled wine...
and enjoy some
outdoor hot-tubbing.
Tradition? You mean, when the settlers
came here a hundred years ago...
they started hot-tubbing?
Oh, yeah.
You are feisty.
I like that.
- He's got an ego the size of Brazil.
- I have to stop talking right now.
No problem. Tell you what.
I'll be right over there.
You just start
thinkin' about it...
and if you change your mind,
just come on over.
And I think you might.
If I do change my mind,
you'll know because...
my breasts will be heaving
and moist with perspiration.
- So long, foxy.
- So long.
Look. He only gave us
enough money for one drink.
- So this is how it'll be being single.
- He's got a great ass.
- Too bad it's on his shoulders.
- Oh, he's cute.
- He's a flirt.
- I have nothing against cute.
I just wish I could meet someone
with half a brain this time.
Good luck.
He went up there before school,
and he just won't come down.
All right, all right.
- I'II see what I can do.
- Thanks.
Dean, it's Bales, B-A-L-E-S.
Right, Bales.
I know that.
You're the chief.
He's not moving or anything,
but he did it once before...
but he's never
stayed up there this long.
It's gonna be all right, honey.
C.D. Will take care of it.
Hey, what's the trouble, Peter?
Come on.
What's the matter?
They call me "porky" at school.
Why do they have to do that?
Goddamn it.
I shouldn't say that
in front of you.
- Did you talk to your mother about it?
- Once I tried.
But she said I had to
clean up my plate first.
Now, see?
That's good.
You're way better than
these guys who make fun of you.
You're smart and you're funny.
You can make things up.
I didn't make it up.
It's true.
I shouldn't say that
in front of you.
Do I have to get down now?
Let's just stay up here
for a while.
That's our new computer.
We can pinpoint
any fire in town with that.
I can see that.
It's perfect for us because, you know,
we're the fire department.
Yeah, that is perfect.
- I'm Andy.
- Good to meet you.
- How are you?
- Fine.
- I just wanted to welcome you.
- Okay. Thanks a lot.
So, okay.
Hey, there is one thing.
Have you met the chief?
Well, he's kind of funny-Iooking,
so I wouldn't mention it.
- I wouldn't do that.
- I figured you wouldn't.
But sometimes, you know...
things kind of accidentally slip out,
and then, you know...
Watch it on that stair.
Who designed these steps?
The Marquis de Sade?
- Watch the mirror.
- Why is this thing so heavy?
- It's mostly air.
- And glass, so be careful.
I had an aunt who knitted one of these.
It was much lighter than this.
This secret of yours
relates to this thing, right?
Sort of, yeah.
What are you doing?
What are you doing, Charlie?
Charlie, I can't
hold this by myself.
You don't have to tell me.
- Okay, I'll tell you.
- All right, all right.
Start talking.
There we go.
- Wait a second.
- Got it.
I think I discovered a comet.
It's no big deal.
There's lots of

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