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That's wonderful.
[Flap] What we have here is
a typical grad-school girl crush.
Would you please stop
telling me this is a crush?
The fun with getting
involved with someone...
unavailable and slightly older...
is that sometimes you hear
what's really going on.
Flap, you are such an...
...incredible asshole!
Excuse me.
God damn it, Emma,
you'll ruin us!
You're a spectacle!
I am not!
Stop jiggling her.
She'll throw up.
Your timing was perfect.
You caught us
before we did anything.
I'm taking the kids to Houston.
Give me the baby.
You don't know what I did,
just like I don't know
what you do...
on your afternoon drives.
[Boy In Crowd]
Professor Horton, can we talk...
about my grade?
You ought to be
happy I'm going.
If I stayed here,
I'd make life hell for you.
Don't follow me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me!
Excuse me!
[Horn Honks]
It's them. It's them!
Garrett, come meet Emma.
No, you don't need outsiders.
You're no outsider!
I'll see them later.
Emma, this is Garrett.
Oh! Pleasure to meet you.
I've heard so much about you.
Your mother's been
looking forward to this.
Go ahead.
Anything wrong, Garrett?
Very nice to meet you.
Must be nice to be home.
Oh, it's great. It's great.
I'll be over later.
They're tired,
and will get to sleep early,
and I'd like to get to bed early.
Grandma, Grandma, Grandma!
Come on out. All right.
This one likes to squeeze.
Teddy likes to squeeze,
Tommy likes to squeeze.
You both get a squeeze.
The baby.
Where's the baby?
Oh, there is my baby.
Look at the baby!
I think she looks
a little like you.
A little? She is like
looking in the mirror.
She loved the ride.
She hardly cried at all.
Bring in the suitcases.
I talk to you every day.
Mother, you look great.
You look terrible.
Nobody wants a girl who's
washed-out and tired-looking.
I just drove 1,000 miles.
Besides, men love me
the way I am.
You finally take one
small step away from Flap,
it's with an unavailable,
older Iowan.
Tell me about the astronaut.
You going to sleep now,
or are we going to talk?
How's the astronaut, Mother?
Oh, really?
He has a name, though.
You really like him.
Well, it's just so...
It's so strange that relatively...
relatively late in life,
I've found that sex is so...
so fan-fucking-tastic!
Anyway, that's what he calls it.
A moth to flame.
This affair is going to kill me.
No. Maybe not.
Why do you say that?
Come on, Momma.
I never thought
I'd start to need him.
You're so lucky
you have a pool.
Stand there.
Stand there!
Let's talk about Los Angeles.
Do you miss it?
[Telephone Rings]
It was interesting dating Jews
after the divorce.
They are so lively.
They were anxious
to make you feel...
they understood
your secret thoughts...
better than anybody.
I was just glad I had some.
Honey, there's
a telephone call for you.
Oh, hi, Flap.
How are you?
I'm fine.
I look older,
like everyone else.
She does not.
You sound the same.
I'm not sure that's good.
She's right here.
No, we have other things
to talk about besides you.
I'm fine.
What's up?
Feeling contrite?
You don't seem to understand.
I saw you together.
I can't believe
you're doing this to us.
Well, I think you're spiteful,
and I don't know when
the hell that happened.
No! Good-bye. I'll...
Flap accepted the job
at Kearney, Nebraska.
We're moving in a week.
I don't know why
you don't leave him.
Honestly, I don't know either.
He's cute.
I've been packing for us all week.
Sure remembers her Daddy.
So are you going to stay mad?
Being uprooted without my consent...
is at least worth
a pout, don't you?
Come on.
Head of the department.
I know.
Garrett, I'm back here.
Well, hello, stranger.
What's it been, about two days?
Your family still around?
No, they left.

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