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river.
But I'm telling you anytime...
I mean, he could just pick up
and go.
The Happy Wanderer... at the stroke
of midnight, if he feels the urge,
in the middle of his Frosted Flakes.
I got the neighborhood
on red alert, and I'm putting
the cops on overtime.
Mr. Bateman!
Though Jimmy is
a heavily traumatized boy,
he has a certain fixation
with building, stacking things.
These little monuments he makes,
I'd like to think that
they mean something.
I'd like to think that he's searching
for a way to express himself.
But you don't.
Look, we've been sending this boy
here for two years.
I think it's time we started
exploring some, uh, alternatives.
[Bateman]
We're thinking about, uh,
putting him into an institution,
a home.
[Dings]
Is that something original, Dad?
I'm tryin' to cook you guys
a decent meal.
You can't be livin' off
burgers and pizza.
It cannot possibly belong to
one of the four major food groups.
It's a casserole, genius.
Doesn't it look like a casserole?
Huh?
We saw Jimmy yesterday, Dad.
Yeah?
So how is he?
They're talking about
putting him in a home.
That's Christine's decision.
She has custody now.
You know that.
Well, I'm, uh...
I'm not really too hungry.
I'll grab some a little later.
I wanna know about the pickup.
I found it this morning
covered with mud.
You took it again.
Just gimme a break, please.
- This has nothing to do with the pickup.
- It has everything to do with it!
- I wanna know why you disobey me
when I give you a direct order?
- Why do you do this?
They're gonna put him
in a home, Nick!
He hasn't changed ever sinceJennifer.
Come on. Dad!
He doesn't do anything.
He doesn't say anything.
- What about it, man?
What about the rules around here?
- Don't call me "man,"all right?
- What? The pickup, the rules?
You always do this.
- [Nick] Corey, come on.
No, Dad, will you listen to me?
What, you wanna see that happen? Huh?
You wanna see 'em
putJimmy in a home?
Corey...
Fine, Dad.
Just because he's our half brother,
he doesn't matter, right?
Cor...
Huh?
Enjoy your casserole.
[Sighs]
Ohh.
Corey?
Leave me alone.
Why do you keep doin' this
to yourself? It's been two years.
Yeah, what do you care?
[Sighs]
Why don't you and I just go
over to the Dairy Queen, huh?
We'll kick back a couple.
Come on, it's on me.
No.
You didn't even care about him
when you had the chance.
All you care about is yourself.
[Sighs]
[Man]
What bothers me is that you
seem to have no respect for me...
or no appreciation
for living in this house!
[Nick]
What do you care about
what I do anyway?
Jimmy's in a home and you don't care.
If Mom was still here, she'd be...
[Man] Don't you tell me what
I care about, young man.
You don't care about us!
[Both Shouting, Indistinct]
[Man] You steal my pickup
and now you're drinking,
and I don't like it!
[Nick] A bunch?
I went out a few times.
Oh, you went out a few times.
[Shouting Continues]
[Man] You have no sense
of responsibility for this house!
[Nick] I do.
For you to carry out
the trash is a big deal!
[Shouting Continues, Indistinct]
South Dakota.
- [Man] Wash my truck
every once in a while.
- Arkansas.
Nebraska.
California.
Come on. Let's go.
[TV: Indistinct]
[Man On TV]
...Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.
Just as those caribou
were once in trouble,
so now are the largest members
of the deer family.
[TVContinues, Indistinct]
[Man On TV]
...especially the calves during
the first few months oflife...
when they're preyed upon by wolves
who roam this region in packs.
[Man #2 On TV]
The signal from the collar
is monitored daily.
If the calf stops moving
for two hours,
a change becomes evident in the signal,
indicating death has occurred.
- [Continues]
- Jimmy.
Jimmy, we're gonna
do a little traveling...
just you and me.
What do you think?
- California?
- Yeah.
[Man #1 On TV]
Now we'll follow the calf to make certain
he gets back to his

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