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Most beautiful villages in Greece | Travel

Most beautiful villages in Greece | Travel

(CNN) — Greece may be home to some of the most idyllic and secluded islands around, but the Mediterranean country also holds plenty of charming villages. From Pyrgi to Oia, here are some of the most beautiful to see when you travel there: Stemnitsa, Arcadia Along with Dimitsana and Andritsaina, Stemnitsa is one of three villages in mountainous Arcadia that once exemplified the Peloponnesian pastoral idyll. Proud, independent villagers would tend their livestock here and live self-reliant lives. What makes Stemnitsa stand out, though, is the Silver and Gold Smithery School. Not only does it bring a bustling student community during term time, it also generates an abundance of handcrafted jewelry in workshops scattered along its narrow lanes. Agios Georgios Nilias, Pelion Mount Pelion in Thessaly is home to some of the most picturesque villages in Greece, none of them more so than Agios Georgios Nilias. Set at an elevation of 700 meters, it’s a place where old schist-stone houses with four-pitched roofs rise next to 19th-century neoclassical mansions. The latter belonged to merchants who emigrated to Alexandria in Egypt and made their fortunes in cotton and textiles, before returning to their villages to build impressive summer residences. Today, the remaining inhabitants often congregate in the village square, the center of life in every Pelion village, under the shade of three plane trees. Visitors come here to enjoy the balmy evenings and dine on dishes that make use of obscure aromatic herbs foraged in the forest. Arnea, Chalkidiki Arnea is known for its pretty traditional villages. Shutterstock Arnea is perhaps one of the most typical of all traditional villages in Greek Macedonia. Built at an altitude of 1,800 feet on thickly forested Mount Holomondas, it’s filled with two and three-storied wood-and-stone houses with low doors to keep the heat in during bitterly cold winters, as well as unique “hayat” protrusions. These are not open balconies as you might find in southern Greece, but closed overhanging rooms that increase the interior footprint of the upper floors. Brought in by the Ottomans and enthusiastically adopted in the colder regions of Greece, they led to a distinctive architecture typified by Arnea. Ano Syros, Cyclades Positioned on a hilltop overlooking the island’s capital Ermoupoli, the village of Ano Syros is a classical Cycladic medieval settlement. Its population is overwhelmingly Catholic Greeks who are descendants of Venetian settlers who arrived here in the late Middle Ages. Although the streets here are full of the familiar Cycladic whitewashed houses and narrow cobbled alleys, its monastery belongs to the Capuchin friars. The priests are clean-shaven, the churches feature no icons, only statues of St. Francis or St. Benedict, while the handouts on the pews are Greek translations of papal speeches. In the spirit of good neighborliness, residents celebrate Easter according to the Orthodox calendar, by special dispensation from the Vatican. Related content Europe’s most beautiful places Pyrgi, Chios Known as the “painted village,” Pyrgi belongs to the “mastichochoria” — 24 medieval villages in Southern Chios where the aromatic resin of the mastic tree is cultivated. The homes in Chios are decorated with grey-and-white geometric sgraffito decorations called “xysta.” Pyrgi is the best place to appreciate them: There’s barely a wall that’s not been covered with some abstract designs. The contrast between these monochromatic patterns and the colorful potted plants and creeping bougainvilleas is both a walker’s delight and a photographer’s dream. Oia, Santorini Oia is one of the most recognized places in Santorini. Alexey Vitvitsky/Sputnik/AP Yes, Oia is expensive, overhyped and overcrowded, but for good reason. This picturesque coastal village is undoubtedly the most celebrated spot in Santorini — if not Greece. Images of almost every alley corner here have been shared so many times, they’ve shaped most people’s idea of what a Greek island should look like. Oia’s enduring popularity means it attracts huge groups of tourists lured by the charm of its whitewashed houses with blue doors, the precipitous views over the volcanic caldera and the sheer vertical drop along the central walkway. To avoid the crowds, it’s best to come early in the morning, before the tour buses arrive, or late in the evening after the sunset-watchers have disappeared. Litochoro, Pieria Litochoro is a favorite with hikers due to its position at the entrance to Mount Olympus. John Malathronas The location of a village can sometimes prove more important than its character, and this is certainly the case when it comes to Litochoro, with its celebrated views of Mount Olympus. With its chalet-like buildings, wide streets and streams, it has the well-ordered, tidy vibe of a Swiss village. And yet, the smell in its main square is of souvlaki. Litochoro is also one of the departure points for the 9,577-feet-high peak of Mount Olympus, or the “abode of the gods.” Lindos, Rhodes Lindos is renowned for its ancient clifftop acropolis. Alexei Danichev/Sputnik/AP During the climbing season, the two-day trek to its 9,577-foot-high peak is mostly dry and sunny. Huddled under the ruins of an ancient acropolis, Lindos is a Greek village that should be on every traveler’s bucket list. With its car-free streets, sandy beaches and clear waters, and pathways so steep that beasts of burden are still used to negotiate them, it’s easily one of the most idyllic places in Greece. But word has leaked out and the summer crowds can be a turn off. The only solution is to stay the night and head out outside the early afternoon tourist rush hour, when it’s usually possible to roam the village calmly, climb the ruins unhurriedly, and swim in the coves unencumbered. Related content 10 of the world’s most beautiful islands Chora, Folegandros Picking out the most beautiful capital in the Cyclades — every single one of them called “Chora” on each island — is a difficult task. This choice will inevitably depend on individual taste and past personal experience. Putting all of that side, the Chora of Folegandros claims the most photographed lane in the Aegean. Easy to stumble into, the unnamed lane summarizes the charm of a village in which houses are wedged close together to avoid the marauding pirates of olden days, yet there’s still enough space for several lively squares. Assos, Kefalonia There’s no better example of an Ionian fishing harbor than Kefalonia’s Assos. Built among pines and cypresses on the craggy hillside of a jutting peninsula, the secluded village is part of the municipal unit Erisos. Not only is it picture perfect, with its vividly painted houses clashing with its lush green foliage and blue waters. It’s situated close to Myrtos, which is arguably Kefalonia’s finest sandy beach. To top it all, the village is overlooked by the ruins of an atmospheric 16th-century Venetian castle that features superb sunset views. Apiranthos, Naxos This mountainous village in the island of Naxos is as picturesque as it gets. Shutterstock Naxos is the largest and the greenest of the Cyclades, with a mountain range that rises up to 3,000 feet. Measuring around the same size as Barbados, it’s home to several Cycladic mountain villages — an apparent contradiction in terms — but Apiranthos, built on the slopes of Mount Fanari, is the jewel in their crown. Its main serpentine thoroughfare features tall stone houses, marble street slabs and impressive inland views that miss out the sea for a change. Apiranthos also proudly lays claim to no fewer than five quaint museums, Apiranthos Archaeological Museum, a Geological Museum, a Natural History Museum, a Visual Arts Museum and a Folklore Museum, some no bigger than a hotel room. Related content 17 of the most secluded beaches in Greece Papingo, Pindos Based in the Pindos mountains, Papingo is made up of impressive stone architecture. Shutterstock The gateway to the stunning Vikos Gorge in the Pindos mountains, Papingo is one of the 46 highland villages known as “Zagorochoria.” While its harsh mountain life led to mass emigration, the villages’ scions include US presidential nominee Michael Dukakis. Interconnected by arched stone bridges and crisscrossed by mule tracks, the Zagorochoria are located in the middle of an area of outstanding natural beauty — Greece’s prime alpine tourist region. Papingo is particularly popular, partly due to the “kolimbithres,” huge granite rock formations naturally sculpted to create small pools, located within a short walking distance of the village. Hikers heading to the nearby Vikos Gorge often go for a dip in the pools, which resemble baptismal fonts, to cool down in the summer. Kalarites, Ioannina The mountainous village of Kalarites in Ioannina, the capital of Epirus. Shutterstock Situated within Tzoumerka National Park in western Greece, Kalarites is filled with beautiful traditional gray stone houses. Unlike other mountain villages in Greece, the village lies in the middle of steppe-like grasslands perfect for the prevailing shepherding culture. Its inhabitants are mainly Vlachs, an ethnic group native to the southern Balkans who still speak a Latin-sounding language. In fact, the name Kalarites itself means “horsemen” or “horse riders” and has the same root as “caballeros.” As its livestock attracts and sustains predators, Tzoumerka is a region of Greece where you might spot bears and wolves that roam wild. Gytheio, Laconia Fishing boats in the charming village of Gytheio. Shutterstock Although it’s more of a grownup seaside town nowadays, the attractive port of Gytheio still exudes a village atmosphere and charm, especially around its 19th-century waterfront. The small harbor is joined through a jetty to the pine-clad islet of Marathonisi where, according to legend, Paris and Helen of Troy spent their first night after eloping from Sparta. It’s hard to choose between the views from Marathonisi to the mainland or vice versa, but the stroll around the waterside with its colorful fishing boats, solitary chapels and neoclassical facades is one of the most photogenic in Greece. Katastari, Zakynthos Katastari is based at the foot of the Vrachionas mountain. Shutterstock Unusually for a Greek village, Katastari isn’t a huge tourist draw. This is mainly because it lies around one and a half miles inland from beach resort Alykes, which attracts the package deal crowds. As such, Katastari, built among olive groves and vineyards at the feet of Mount Vrachionas, is worth a visit, if only for observing the day-to-day Ionian village life undistracted by mass tourist trappings. The twin-belfried Church of the Virgin Mary, far too big for such a small settlement, and the sweeping pelagic views from the monastery of St. John the Baptist are particular stand outs. Related content World’s best tidal and oceanside pools Kastro, Sifnos It’s not often you’ll find an abandoned Hellenistic-era marble sarcophagus used as a flower bed, but at least three adorn the lanes of Kastro. This is one of many striking details about the pretty clifftop village set on the Aegean island of Sifnos. Like many islanders, Sifniots were regularly raided by pirates. However, the shape of Kastro, named after the castle that once stood here, created a strong defense. The eastern side of the village, which was fortified by the Venetians in the 13th century, borders a steep, unassailable cliff. Meanwhile, on the inland side the outermost houses are built adjoining each other, thus forming a continuous barricade as good as a castle’s curtain wall. Although you can spot similar building arrangements all over the Aegean, nowhere has it survived so pleasingly as here. Archanes, Crete Archanes is crammed with restored houses and quaint squares. Shutterstock Located around 16 kilometers south of Heraklion, Archanes is considered one of the best restored villages in Greece. The pale gray-green of its surrounding olive groves contrast wonderfully with the flamboyancy of its low-rise houses, creating a vibrant scene. White Aegean chic doesn’t suit the Archanians, if the salmon pink, terracotta red and yolk yellow walls, brown wooden doors and blue or green window shutters embroidered by dashes of purple bougainvillea are anything to go by. It’s no coincidence that in such an artsy environment, you’ll find sculpture workshops and two folkloric museums.

A Walk to Remember (2002)

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– Is he here yet?
– No.
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– You scared him.
– I gotta take a massive piss.
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Dude, any excuse for you
to pull that thing out.
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Anyone got any beer?
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We finished them all back at school.
Besides, you’ve had enough.
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I’ve got one. It’s not cold,
but it’s yours if you want it.
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All you gotta do is sit up, beg,
roll over and shake that booty.
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– Thanks a lot, Eric.
– Anytime, anywhere.
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– This is gonna be sweet.
– I’m glad I thought of it.
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You’re animals.
Just because he’s new.
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You’ve talked shit the whole time.
Why don’t you be quiet?
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You know how it is.
Nobody’s forcing him to show up.
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What if he doesn’t?
I want to go back to the dance.
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Belinda, why don’t you go back
to the dance by yourself?
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I wasn’t talking to you, Dean.
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You know I don’t dance.
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It’s true. I’ve seen him bust a move.
It ain’t pretty.
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But a brother like me is ready
to get his freak on. What you say?
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Put it away before you hurt somebody.
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Like yourself.
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He’s here!
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All right, here he comes.
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Hey, check out the Safari Joe truck.
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I can’t wait to see you fly!
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Hey, nice shirt, Opie.
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You’re late.
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I thought I said be here at 10,
but you know…
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When I say be here at 10, be here.
Can you remember that next time?
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If there is a next time!
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Dean! Is he always like that?
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Always, man. So how about it?
You ready to fly?
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Wait up, baby!
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Let me get on your back.
Giddyap! Giddyap!
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Okay, here’s the deal.
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You’re gonna jump
from up there into here.
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That’s it, and you’re one of us. Okay?
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– You ready?
– Yeah.
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All right. All right.
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Let’s do this, okay?
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It’s cake, man.
Hell, I’m jumping with you.
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– How deep is this?
– I don’t really know.
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Let’s go find out.
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Let’s do it.
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Yeah! Shit, yeah!
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Come on, let’s go!
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Jump!
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– You done this?
– We’ve all done it.
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– I hope you had your Wheaties!
– You guys gonna do this tonight?
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On three.
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One.
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Two.
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Three!
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Oh, shit.
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Landon, he’s hurt!
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– Is he okay?
– Landon, get down here!
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– What the hell?
– Dean, what the hell?
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– You guys, he’s hurt!
– Come on, man!
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– I told you it was a bad idea!
– Get him out of the water!
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– Hurry up!
– Is he dead? What are we gonna do?
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Help me!
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– Get him over here!
– There’s a pipe. He must have hit it!
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Get him out of the water!
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Watch his head! Watch his head!
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Hey, who’s down there?
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Tracie, come on!
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Central, we’ve got trespassers.
Send a squad car.
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Come on, Landon.
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Come on!
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You guys, just take him!
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Give me his arms!
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I got him.
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We gotta get out of here.
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– Go! Get out of here!
– Landon, come on!
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I told you not to do this!
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Calm down.
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Belinda, let’s go!
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Come on, get in! I’m driving.
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Damn it!
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Shit!
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Put your hands on the wheel.
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You know, Mama,
my leg really hurts today.
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I don’t think I can go any place.
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– Maybe I should call your father.
– No.
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I’m not talking to him.
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This has gotta stop between you two.
You can’t do that. You need a father.
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Let us be thankful today
that a life was saved by our Lord.
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And let us pray for the lives
of the others involved…
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…who are clearly not
on the path of righteousness.
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– So how’s the leg, man?
– It’s good.
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I can’t believe you were in jail.
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– What’d you tell them?
– It was a nice night for a drive.
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Ended up at the cement factory,
found Gephardt.
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Tried to help him, got spooked.
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Figured I’d leave before
they thought I was involved.
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Gotta hand it to you.
You’re a Jedi Master of bullshit.
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Damn, that Jamie Sullivan
sure has style.
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Wore that dress in the fourth grade.
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It’s the quiet ones you gotta watch.
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She might put it on a brother
like a Pop-Tart.
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A little maintenance,
she might not look bad.
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Nice sweater.
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Thank you.
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Thank you.
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A student claims you were drinking
on school property.
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Lucky for you,
Clay Gephardt isn’t talking.
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The factory owners aren’t pressing
charges. At least not today.
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I said I’d arrange
appropriate punishment.
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What, are you gonna expel me?
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Not yet.
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Besides attending class, you will help
our janitorial staff after school.
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– For pay?
– For the inner satisfaction it brings.
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Saturdays, you’ll tutor students
at our sister school.
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You’ll take part
in the drama club’s final event.
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The spring play?
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It’s time you experienced
other things.
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Started spending time
with other kinds of people.
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Don’t blow it, Landon.
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This is a device made of plastic wrap,
a coat hanger and Wite-Out.
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– Does anyone know what it is?
– It’s a star frame.
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This is a star frame.
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It will help you locate stars
with your naked eye.
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Mercury and Jupiter can be seen just
over the west horizon after sunset.
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Bet you can see angels up there,
flying around.
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There are things that
could be called miraculous.
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The more Einstein studied the universe,
the more he believed in a higher power.
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Well, if there is a higher power…
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…why can’t he get you a new sweater?
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He’s too busy looking for your brain.
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Laugh, it’s a joke.
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– Let’s get out of here.
– I gotta stay.
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Principal’s gone.
Let’s make some moves.
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Come on. Come on.
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I don’t know.
The custodian thing kind of suits you.
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Thanks, buddy. Thank you.
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Look at the chart,
you’ll see Halley’s comet.
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Okay, so I’ll see you at school.
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My parents aren’t home,
if you want to come inside.
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Come on, Belinda. Nothing’s changed.
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I know. I just thought…
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It’s over.
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Yeah. Whatever.
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Okay.
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Good morning, Landon.
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Landon, wake up!
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Come on. Up, up, up, up!
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Up!
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It’s Saturday, no school.
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Tutoring.
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Let’s try this again.
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Which of these are similar triangles?
This one or that one?
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What do you think?
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Man, I think this is bullshit!
153
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Makes two of us.
154
00:16:23,306 –> 00:16:25,837
Do you wanna buy some raffle tickets?
155
00:16:26,047 –> 00:16:30,077
I’m trying to raise money
to buy Jefferson new computers.
156
00:16:30,287 –> 00:16:32,047
No.
157
00:16:34,629 –> 00:16:37,790
So I saw you in there with Luis.
158
00:16:38,100 –> 00:16:40,589
And I know it can be difficult…
159
00:16:40,799 –> 00:16:44,391
…but maybe you should back
into it from somewhere else.
160
00:16:49,012 –> 00:16:52,142
Are you gonna go visit Clay Gephardt?
161
00:16:55,383 –> 00:16:57,614
That would be a no.
162
00:16:58,984 –> 00:17:02,385
They moved him from the hospital
to a rehab place.
163
00:17:02,595 –> 00:17:05,495
Is this your idea of small talk?
164
00:17:05,695 –> 00:17:09,466
If so, your social skills need work.
No one made him jump.
165
00:17:09,696 –> 00:17:12,467
– It’s called peer pressure.
– How do you know?
166
00:17:12,667 –> 00:17:14,937
You read it in your precious book?
167
00:17:19,508 –> 00:17:23,009
Please don’t pretend
like you know me, okay?
168
00:17:23,219 –> 00:17:26,151
But I do. I do.
169
00:17:26,350 –> 00:17:29,650
We have all the same classes
since kindergarten.
170
00:17:29,860 –> 00:17:33,692
Why, you’re Jamie Sullivan.
You sit at lunch table seven.
171
00:17:33,902 –> 00:17:38,662
It’s not the reject table, but it’s
definitely self-exile territory.
172
00:17:38,872 –> 00:17:43,464
You have exactly one sweater.
You look at your feet when you walk.
173
00:17:43,674 –> 00:17:46,205
And for fun, you tutor on weekends…
174
00:17:46,415 –> 00:17:49,105
…and hang out
with the Stars and Planets kids.
175
00:17:49,315 –> 00:17:50,875
How’s that sound?
176
00:17:51,985 –> 00:17:56,857
Fairly predictable.
Nothing I haven’t heard before.
177
00:17:57,057 –> 00:18:01,288
– You don’t care what people think?
– No.
178
00:18:29,794 –> 00:18:34,036
I don’t know what your problem is.
Miss Garber has nice hooters.
179
00:18:34,236 –> 00:18:37,865
This is bullshit. Thanks.
180
00:18:38,075 –> 00:18:42,277
I can’t wait to see you in stage
makeup. That’s gonna be cool.
181
00:18:42,477 –> 00:18:46,248
– Be back in an hour.
– Tell them to do West Side Story.
182
00:18:46,448 –> 00:18:52,589
Get that nice big-booty girl
from Selena. Maria! Maria!
183
00:18:52,789 –> 00:18:57,930
This year’s spring musical is about
fiery passion and blazing Tommy guns.
184
00:18:58,130 –> 00:19:03,432
Written by our own Eddie Zimmerhoff.
Words and music by Jamie Sullivan.
185
00:19:03,772 –> 00:19:09,233
It tells the story of Tommy “The Gun”
Thornton in Prohibition-era New York.
186
00:19:09,443 –> 00:19:10,883
Eddie, perhaps-
187
00:19:11,083 –> 00:19:14,644
Mr. Carter, better late than never.
Please join us.
188
00:19:14,854 –> 00:19:16,614
Sure.
189
00:19:18,955 –> 00:19:20,986
Now then, let’s see…
190
00:19:22,296 –> 00:19:26,926
Jamie will be our Alicia,
a mysterious club singer.
191
00:19:27,106 –> 00:19:31,168
– Sally will be playing Caroline.
– Congratulations.
192
00:19:31,378 –> 00:19:34,539
And Landon will read Tommy Thornton.
193
00:19:35,878 –> 00:19:40,510
No. No. See, I didn’t plan
on acting or anything.
194
00:19:40,720 –> 00:19:43,211
When did you know, Tommy?
195
00:19:44,591 –> 00:19:45,851
IKnow what?
196
00:19:46,061 –> 00:19:48,421
That we were in love.
197
00:19:49,991 –> 00:19:51,933
Love?
198
00:19:53,633 –> 00:19:58,164
Baby, you don’t want to fall
in love with a guy like me.
199
00:19:58,374 –> 00:20:01,034
It’s too late. I’m crazy about you.
200
00:20:01,244 –> 00:20:05,845
I’m breathing it, drinking it all in.
Aren’t you?
201
00:20:08,116 –> 00:20:13,317
I don’t know what I’m drinking,
dollface, but if this is love…
202
00:20:13,527 –> 00:20:15,687
…pour me another glass.
203
00:20:15,898 –> 00:20:18,658
Are you trying to be bad at this?
204
00:20:18,868 –> 00:20:22,030
No, just comes naturally.
205
00:20:23,139 –> 00:20:27,270
All right, everybody,
let’s go to the end.
206
00:20:31,712 –> 00:20:34,551
Don’t even pretend you won’t be great.
207
00:20:34,751 –> 00:20:38,652
– Okay. I’ll see you tomorrow.
– All right. See you.
208
00:20:41,894 –> 00:20:43,454
Bye.
209
00:20:50,306 –> 00:20:55,507
– So would it kill you to try?
– Yep, and I’m too young to die.
210
00:20:55,677 –> 00:20:58,877
You don’t care about classes,
but you like school…
211
00:20:59,077 –> 00:21:02,808
…because you’re popular
and you’ll never be on top again.
212
00:21:03,018 –> 00:21:08,359
– That’s thoroughly predictable.
– Your act only works on an audience.
213
00:21:40,697 –> 00:21:42,067
Feeling Christian?
214
00:21:42,897 –> 00:21:44,957
Seat belt?
215
00:22:05,492 –> 00:22:08,463
– I forfeit.
– Thank you.
216
00:22:08,663 –> 00:22:10,933
Forty-two.
217
00:22:11,403 –> 00:22:13,264
What do you mean, forty-two?
218
00:22:13,474 –> 00:22:16,634
Forty-two is befriend somebody
I don’t like.
219
00:22:18,776 –> 00:22:21,875
It’s a to-do list I have for my life.
220
00:22:22,086 –> 00:22:24,106
Like getting a new personality?
221
00:22:24,316 –> 00:22:27,288
Join the Peace Corps,
make a medical discovery.
222
00:22:27,488 –> 00:22:28,478
Ambitious.
223
00:22:28,688 –> 00:22:32,388
Be in two places at once,
get a tattoo.
224
00:22:34,128 –> 00:22:36,158
What’s number one?
225
00:22:37,840 –> 00:22:41,931
I’d tell you,
but then I’d have to kill you.
226
00:22:57,124 –> 00:22:57,954
I’ve come…
227
00:22:58,224 –> 00:22:59,524
…to see if you’re ready.
228
00:22:59,724 –> 00:23:03,665
Take a good look. The only thing
I’m ready for is a dirt nap.
229
00:23:03,865 –> 00:23:06,697
Ready to look into your heart,
Tom Thornton.
230
00:23:06,907 –> 00:23:11,037
Your words have been heard,
and not just by me.
231
00:23:11,547 –> 00:23:14,037
When you walked into…
232
00:23:15,818 –> 00:23:20,979
Shit. When you walked into my club,
that wasn’t just a coincidence.
233
00:23:21,189 –> 00:23:23,279
Nothing’s coincidence, baby.
234
00:23:23,489 –> 00:23:27,121
You know you’re the only one
who can make me sing.
235
00:23:27,331 –> 00:23:30,701
Yeah, Miss Garber!
You’ll put Eric in all your plays!
236
00:23:30,901 –> 00:23:33,561
Eric, I’ll put you in all my plays!
237
00:23:33,831 –> 00:23:37,743
Come on. Do you know I got
three weeks to memorize all this?
238
00:23:37,943 –> 00:23:42,433
You couldn’t pull this off
in three months! De Niro couldn’t!
239
00:23:42,643 –> 00:23:44,243
I didn’t write it, okay?
240
00:23:44,454 –> 00:23:49,045
But you’re gonna make a jackass
of yourself in front of everyone.
241
00:23:49,255 –> 00:23:53,656
Look, I don’t have a choice,
so would you help me out, please?
242
00:23:55,797 –> 00:23:57,887
I’m just busting on you.
243
00:23:58,097 –> 00:24:03,228
I’ll be there opening night,
front row. And you can count on it.
244
00:24:03,438 –> 00:24:05,770
With tomatoes.
245
00:24:06,279 –> 00:24:07,969
Thanks, man.
246
00:24:08,179 –> 00:24:11,910
Landon? Boys, can you help
with these groceries?
247
00:24:12,120 –> 00:24:14,081
– Yeah.
– No problem.
248
00:24:22,732 –> 00:24:24,463
Jamie.
249
00:24:25,964 –> 00:24:27,524
What do you want?
250
00:24:27,734 –> 00:24:32,464
I’ve known you for years. You’ve
never been the first to say hello.
251
00:24:33,545 –> 00:24:36,176
I need help with my lines.
252
00:24:37,616 –> 00:24:41,876
– Landon Carter’s asking me for help?
– Yeah.
253
00:24:42,086 –> 00:24:44,888
Okay, I’ll pray for you.
254
00:24:45,628 –> 00:24:47,088
Jamie, look-
255
00:24:47,288 –> 00:24:51,629
You’ve obviously never asked anybody
for help before, right?
256
00:24:51,829 –> 00:24:56,770
A request like yours requires
flattery and groveling.
257
00:24:56,970 –> 00:25:00,461
It can’t be about you.
It has to be for the common good.
258
00:25:00,671 –> 00:25:05,482
It is for the common good.
Eddie Zimmerhoff deserves the best.
259
00:25:06,752 –> 00:25:10,413
– Please?
– Okay. One condition, though.
260
00:25:10,653 –> 00:25:12,284
What’s that?
261
00:25:12,494 –> 00:25:15,895
You have to promise
you won’t fall in love with me.
262
00:25:19,435 –> 00:25:24,597
– That’s not a problem.
– Okay. I’ll see you today after school.
263
00:25:28,547 –> 00:25:30,907
Landon Carter is coming here?
264
00:25:31,117 –> 00:25:34,349
He’s dangerous, careless,
the worst kind of bully.
265
00:25:34,549 –> 00:25:37,490
Daddy, what about forgiveness?
266
00:25:37,760 –> 00:25:41,210
I thought we had discussed
that I would decide…
267
00:25:41,430 –> 00:25:44,451
…how I wanted to spend
my time and my life.
268
00:25:44,661 –> 00:25:47,892
It’s him I don’t trust, not you.
269
00:26:00,345 –> 00:26:03,146
You gonna keep me out here
all afternoon?
270
00:26:03,755 –> 00:26:05,316
Come on in.
271
00:26:09,957 –> 00:26:14,728
My script is in my room. I’ll be
right down. Make yourself at home.
272
00:26:14,939 –> 00:26:16,928
Oh, yeah.
273
00:26:17,138 –> 00:26:19,328
It’s not likely.
274
00:26:38,063 –> 00:26:40,193
That is one scary-looking-
275
00:26:40,833 –> 00:26:43,194
– Jesus!
– No, Jamie’s father.
276
00:26:44,305 –> 00:26:48,205
Hello, Mr. Carter. I understand
you’re the lead in the play.
277
00:26:48,405 –> 00:26:50,136
Congratulations.
278
00:26:50,346 –> 00:26:53,316
Thanks for letting me
come over and run lines.
279
00:26:53,516 –> 00:26:55,607
I didn’t let you.
280
00:26:56,417 –> 00:27:01,589
It’s a school night. Let’s get
one thing straight, Mr. Carter.
281
00:27:01,859 –> 00:27:07,489
You think that, on Sundays,
I don’t see you from where I stand.
282
00:27:08,570 –> 00:27:10,690
But I see you.
283
00:27:13,302 –> 00:27:16,641
I’ll be in my office, just here.
284
00:27:16,811 –> 00:27:17,801
Ready?
285
00:27:19,482 –> 00:27:21,743
Yeah, let’s go.
286
00:27:26,983 –> 00:27:30,785
– Landon! Where have you been?
– Nowhere.
287
00:27:30,995 –> 00:27:33,796
– Hey, come here.
– What’s up?
288
00:27:33,996 –> 00:27:37,327
– Are we cool?
– Yeah, sure.
289
00:27:56,620 –> 00:27:58,391
What the hell?
290
00:28:13,214 –> 00:28:16,775
– What are you doing here?
– I should ask you the same.
291
00:28:16,985 –> 00:28:20,676
Do you normally walk alone
in a cemetery at night?
292
00:28:20,886 –> 00:28:22,317
Maybe.
293
00:28:23,027 –> 00:28:25,046
Where you going?
294
00:28:26,127 –> 00:28:28,097
Come and see.
295
00:28:33,999 –> 00:28:37,029
Okay. What is that?
296
00:28:37,239 –> 00:28:41,971
This is my telescope.
I built it when I was 12.
297
00:28:42,981 –> 00:28:45,071
Take a look.
298
00:28:49,392 –> 00:28:52,823
Saturn. Very cool.
299
00:28:53,023 –> 00:28:58,294
I’m planning on building a larger one
so I can see the comet Hyakutake.
300
00:28:58,504 –> 00:29:02,365
It comes this spring.
Nobody knows when it’ll be back.
301
00:29:02,575 –> 00:29:06,336
Nature’s miracles. I get it.
302
00:29:06,546 –> 00:29:10,378
– Get what?
– That you’re into all this stuff.
303
00:29:11,078 –> 00:29:13,107
This stuff?
304
00:29:13,317 –> 00:29:17,688
I have my beliefs.
I have faith, but don’t you?
305
00:29:17,858 –> 00:29:21,450
No. There’s too much bad shit
in this world.
306
00:29:21,630 –> 00:29:24,120
Without suffering,
there’s no compassion.
307
00:29:24,330 –> 00:29:26,990
Tell that to those who suffer.
308
00:29:29,072 –> 00:29:34,013
This is what I love about early
spring. Where those legs been hiding?
309
00:29:34,483 –> 00:29:37,712
– She’s trashy.
– Well, if it isn’t the Virgin Mary.
310
00:29:38,383 –> 00:29:40,744
Here comes your leading lady.
311
00:29:40,954 –> 00:29:44,985
Hey, Carter.
So I’ll see you after school?
312
00:29:46,325 –> 00:29:48,025
In your dreams.
313
00:29:58,009 –> 00:30:02,038
Hi. Where’s your sweater?
314
00:30:08,721 –> 00:30:11,150
Let’s get out of here.
315
00:30:12,861 –> 00:30:14,221
What’s up, dude?
316
00:30:41,127 –> 00:30:45,927
Come on, Jamie.
Open the door, please!
317
00:30:47,799 –> 00:30:49,859
What do you want?
318
00:30:50,069 –> 00:30:53,840
– You’re not in a good mood.
– You don’t miss a thing.
319
00:30:54,340 –> 00:30:58,041
Listen, I was hoping
we could run lines together.
320
00:30:58,281 –> 00:31:01,412
Okay, but just not
so anybody knows, right?
321
00:31:01,882 –> 00:31:06,254
I just figured we could surprise
everyone with how good I get.
322
00:31:06,454 –> 00:31:08,254
We could be secret friends.
323
00:31:08,464 –> 00:31:12,224
Exactly! It’s like
you’re reading my mind.
324
00:31:12,434 –> 00:31:15,866
Great. Maybe you could read mine?
325
00:31:20,537 –> 00:31:23,266
Jamie, I can’t just be your friend.
326
00:31:23,476 –> 00:31:28,678
Landon, I thought I saw something
in you. Something good.
327
00:31:28,918 –> 00:31:31,389
But I was very wrong.
328
00:31:37,690 –> 00:31:39,590
Damn it!
329
00:31:44,071 –> 00:31:47,042
Sorry. Sorry.
330
00:32:23,680 –> 00:32:25,881
You know the answer?
331
00:32:27,291 –> 00:32:29,722
Come on, man, I know you know.
332
00:32:37,133 –> 00:32:40,694
Okay. It’s you, me and the basket.
333
00:32:40,904 –> 00:32:43,464
We form the three corners
of a triangle.
334
00:32:43,674 –> 00:32:46,265
Take a step towards the basket.
335
00:32:48,816 –> 00:32:52,406
Am I at the same angle to you
and the basket as before?
336
00:32:52,617 –> 00:32:54,418
– Yeah.
– Are you?
337
00:32:54,618 –> 00:32:58,248
– Yeah.
– So, what did we just make?
338
00:33:01,258 –> 00:33:05,790
– A similar triangle?
– Yes. Okay, make me an isosceles.
339
00:33:07,770 –> 00:33:11,070
You got it, two sides the same.
340
00:33:11,270 –> 00:33:14,002
Okay, enough of this. Let’s play.
341
00:35:24,641 –> 00:35:27,371
I came to say I’m sorry.
342
00:35:29,881 –> 00:35:33,903
Well, you did. Feel better?
343
00:35:34,083 –> 00:35:36,313
No. I feel like shit.
344
00:35:36,523 –> 00:35:41,484
You know what? I actually thought
I wanted to be your friend.
345
00:35:44,325 –> 00:35:48,696
And now I have no idea why. No idea.
346
00:35:51,776 –> 00:35:53,537
I made that jump once.
347
00:35:54,077 –> 00:35:56,597
I thought I was a badass.
348
00:35:57,878 –> 00:36:03,009
I remember actually saying
that I meant to belly flop.
349
00:36:05,659 –> 00:36:07,180
Did it hurt?
350
00:36:09,861 –> 00:36:11,792
Like hell.
351
00:36:12,862 –> 00:36:14,561
Good.
352
00:36:22,844 –> 00:36:25,574
So I guess I’ll see
you at school then.
353
00:36:30,455 –> 00:36:33,426
– Pour me a drink, Joey.
– You promised me, Tommy.
354
00:36:33,626 –> 00:36:36,787
No more of your no-goodnik schemes.
355
00:36:36,997 –> 00:36:39,397
You promised me we’d go to Paris.
356
00:36:39,597 –> 00:36:43,368
I won’t sit on my keister
and watch the fat cats get rich.
357
00:36:43,538 –> 00:36:46,509
Trust me. This is a sure thing.
358
00:36:46,709 –> 00:36:49,570
That’s it! We are through!
359
00:36:50,009 –> 00:36:52,740
Go ahead and run your booze,
you big dope!
360
00:36:52,950 –> 00:36:55,681
And I hope you drown in it!
361
00:36:55,881 –> 00:36:59,512
So you must be the new girl
he’s hired.
362
00:37:00,023 –> 00:37:02,452
The singer?
363
00:37:02,662 –> 00:37:07,463
You want some free advice
about this one? Stay far away.
364
00:37:07,663 –> 00:37:11,105
He’s nothing but trouble
in cheap spats.
365
00:37:13,774 –> 00:37:16,865
Look, I ain’t blaming you.
366
00:37:17,075 –> 00:37:19,807
I ain’t asking for forgiveness,
either.
367
00:37:20,917 –> 00:37:23,147
I just did what I had to.
368
00:37:28,488 –> 00:37:33,429
When you walked out of the rain
and into my club…
369
00:37:34,730 –> 00:37:37,259
…that wasn’t just coincidence,
was it?
370
00:37:37,469 –> 00:37:39,631
Nothing’s coincidence.
371
00:37:39,841 –> 00:37:44,332
Your face… You look so familiar.
372
00:37:44,672 –> 00:37:49,243
Like this dame I knew once,
only it wasn’t real, it was a dream.
373
00:37:49,483 –> 00:37:51,973
Tell me about this dream girl.
374
00:37:56,854 –> 00:38:00,815
Well, I don’t remember.
375
00:38:04,796 –> 00:38:06,966
All I know…
376
00:38:10,778 –> 00:38:13,338
…is you’re beautiful.
377
00:38:22,691 –> 00:38:24,210
The song, the song.
378
00:38:24,720 –> 00:38:26,661
The dream.
379
00:38:28,392 –> 00:38:30,692
Help me to remember.
380
00:38:31,972 –> 00:38:34,023
Will you sing for me?
381
00:42:39,608 –> 00:42:41,098
That was great.
382
00:42:46,279 –> 00:42:47,869
Hi, kids.
383
00:42:48,279 –> 00:42:52,451
Honey, I couldn’t believe it.
What a transformation.
384
00:42:52,651 –> 00:42:54,241
Thanks, but please stop.
385
00:42:54,421 –> 00:42:56,951
– Don’t be home too late.
– Okay. Thanks.
386
00:42:57,161 –> 00:42:59,392
Okay, okay.
387
00:43:00,262 –> 00:43:03,924
– Interesting rewrite you did there.
– I did my best.
388
00:43:04,134 –> 00:43:06,533
Your acting didn’t suck either.
389
00:43:06,733 –> 00:43:10,334
– Gotta go. Take it easy, man.
– Okay.
390
00:43:10,544 –> 00:43:13,806
– Landon, you were marvelous!
– Thank you.
391
00:43:18,145 –> 00:43:20,677
Landon? Fine performance, son.
392
00:43:20,887 –> 00:43:24,758
– What are you doing here?
– I thought we’d get a bite.
393
00:43:24,958 –> 00:43:27,158
– I’m not hungry.
– Don’t walk away.
394
00:43:27,358 –> 00:43:29,129
You taught me how.
395
00:43:38,011 –> 00:43:40,102
Oh, my God.
396
00:43:40,412 –> 00:43:42,602
Look who’s here.
397
00:43:47,352 –> 00:43:49,053
Don’t look at him.
398
00:43:49,253 –> 00:43:51,814
You don’t want to stare too much.
399
00:43:53,964 –> 00:43:56,934
I guess he doesn’t want
to sit with us.
400
00:44:10,678 –> 00:44:14,239
– People can see.
– That would ruin your reputation how?
401
00:44:14,419 –> 00:44:15,939
What’s that?
402
00:44:17,889 –> 00:44:22,421
I’m reading books on Rothman’s list
of contemporary American authors.
403
00:44:22,601 –> 00:44:27,122
– And how many books are there?
– A hundred.
404
00:44:27,332 –> 00:44:32,173
But then there’s his British list
and his European list.
405
00:44:32,373 –> 00:44:36,674
So is this on your list,
to read all these books?
406
00:44:43,155 –> 00:44:47,386
Jamie, I’m trying here, okay?
407
00:44:47,596 –> 00:44:49,287
Maybe…
408
00:44:50,898 –> 00:44:54,557
Maybe I miss spending time with you.
409
00:44:54,558 –> 00:44:59,200
– Maybe you inspire me.
– Sounds like bull.
410
00:44:59,209 –> 00:45:00,900
– Which part?
– All of it.
411
00:45:01,110 –> 00:45:04,009
– It’s not.
– Prove it.
412
00:45:12,062 –> 00:45:13,782
Jamie!
413
00:45:14,822 –> 00:45:18,733
– You’ve no idea how to be a friend.
– I don’t just want that.
414
00:45:18,903 –> 00:45:23,064
– You don’t know what you want.
– You’re scared someone wants you.
415
00:45:23,274 –> 00:45:27,575
– Why would that scare me?
– You couldn’t hide behind books…
416
00:45:27,775 –> 00:45:31,576
…or your fricking telescope,
or your faith.
417
00:45:31,746 –> 00:45:35,017
No. You know the real reason
why you’re scared?
418
00:45:35,187 –> 00:45:38,017
It’s because you want
to be with me too.
419
00:45:58,613 –> 00:46:01,642
We gonna get this party jumping!
420
00:46:01,922 –> 00:46:05,823
Can you turn down Soul Train?
Some of us are trying to work.
421
00:46:06,023 –> 00:46:09,425
You really know how
to bust a robot’s groove.
422
00:46:09,625 –> 00:46:14,255
It’s all good because we’ll get Club
Landon and Club Eric jumping now.
423
00:46:14,465 –> 00:46:17,126
What we got here?
424
00:46:17,337 –> 00:46:22,538
Okay, okay, you’re not feeling my
hip-hop, but what the hell is this?
425
00:46:22,908 –> 00:46:25,377
Jamie lent it to me.
426
00:46:25,577 –> 00:46:28,179
You’re listening
to her people’s music.
427
00:46:28,379 –> 00:46:29,979
– Her people?
– Yeah…
428
00:46:30,189 –> 00:46:34,620
…her Bible-hugging,
crucifix-wearing…
429
00:46:34,820 –> 00:46:37,661
…honk-if-you-love-Jesus people.
430
00:46:37,861 –> 00:46:39,761
– She’s not like that.
– Well…
431
00:46:39,931 –> 00:46:43,732
…you got Belinda thinking
that little lip action…
432
00:46:43,932 –> 00:46:46,774
…between you and Jamie
was kind of real.
433
00:46:53,644 –> 00:46:58,146
What’s with you? You don’t have time
for your real friends anymore.
434
00:46:58,356 –> 00:47:02,446
I don’t know, buddy. I’m just over it.
435
00:47:02,656 –> 00:47:06,288
I’m sick and tired of doing
the same shit all the time.
436
00:47:06,498 –> 00:47:10,729
This girl’s changed you,
and you don’t even know it, man.
437
00:47:10,939 –> 00:47:14,628
– Let me guess, Belinda say that too?
– No.
438
00:47:14,939 –> 00:47:16,600
I did.
439
00:47:28,392 –> 00:47:29,882
You.
440
00:47:30,063 –> 00:47:32,393
Me.
441
00:47:36,964 –> 00:47:38,594
What is it?
442
00:47:38,804 –> 00:47:41,035
I got you something.
443
00:47:44,707 –> 00:47:46,647
Thank you.
444
00:47:49,947 –> 00:47:52,847
Well, I’ll see you at school.
445
00:47:53,487 –> 00:47:55,149
Okay.
446
00:48:04,371 –> 00:48:07,801
– Mr. Carter.
– Later, Reverend.
447
00:48:30,166 –> 00:48:32,186
Boys like that…
448
00:48:34,237 –> 00:48:36,167
…they have…
449
00:48:40,878 –> 00:48:43,580
They have expectations.
450
00:48:43,780 –> 00:48:47,379
The rules around here
aren’t going to change.
451
00:48:47,590 –> 00:48:49,560
Fine.
452
00:48:53,792 –> 00:48:56,692
You might not care
what I say or think…
453
00:48:56,902 –> 00:48:59,892
…but you should care
about God’s opinion.
454
00:49:00,772 –> 00:49:03,674
I think he wants me to be happy.
455
00:49:06,844 –> 00:49:10,334
Dad, it’s just a sweater.
456
00:49:10,544 –> 00:49:13,446
I’m going to make us
some dinner, okay?
457
00:49:24,898 –> 00:49:27,369
I talked to your dad today.
458
00:49:27,569 –> 00:49:32,401
Said he saw you at the play
for about 10 seconds.
459
00:49:32,611 –> 00:49:36,981
Sending a check once a month doesn’t
exactly make him a father.
460
00:49:39,111 –> 00:49:43,813
– Landon, there are a lot of reasons-
– He left us.
461
00:49:44,992 –> 00:49:47,583
You need to forgive him too.
462
00:49:52,765 –> 00:49:57,365
Jamie Sullivan! Oh, me, oh, my,
look at Jamie Sullivan.
463
00:49:57,575 –> 00:50:01,266
She was looking all right
in that play.
464
00:50:01,477 –> 00:50:02,847
She doesn’t look hot.
465
00:50:03,047 –> 00:50:08,317
Yeah, I would have to say during
the play, she looked hot.
466
00:50:08,517 –> 00:50:10,388
I have the best idea.
467
00:50:11,519 –> 00:50:14,819
Can you do something, like, move it?
468
00:50:15,190 –> 00:50:18,130
Maybe move it around
a little something here.
469
00:50:18,300 –> 00:50:20,360
Take one.
470
00:50:23,841 –> 00:50:26,862
Let me stop it for a second.
Check it out.
471
00:50:29,242 –> 00:50:31,873
Hey, look at this.
472
00:50:32,083 –> 00:50:33,943
Here.
473
00:50:34,954 –> 00:50:37,284
Take one. Look.
474
00:50:41,926 –> 00:50:45,326
– Jamie. Hi.
– Hi.
475
00:50:45,526 –> 00:50:49,897
Listen, I just want you to know,
no hard feelings.
476
00:50:50,107 –> 00:50:53,268
Landon and I are way over.
477
00:50:53,478 –> 00:50:56,768
I really don’t know
what you’re talking about.
478
00:51:00,750 –> 00:51:02,680
You’d be so beautiful…
479
00:51:02,880 –> 00:51:05,751
…if you knew how to do your makeup.
480
00:51:08,261 –> 00:51:10,692
– Come on, eat lunch with me.
– Okay.
481
00:51:10,892 –> 00:51:12,882
– Want a Tic Tac?
– No, thanks.
482
00:51:13,093 –> 00:51:14,583
Okay.
483
00:51:26,315 –> 00:51:27,976
Wow.
484
00:51:28,686 –> 00:51:30,656
Is that you?
485
00:51:36,287 –> 00:51:38,458
Nice bod.
486
00:52:06,664 –> 00:52:11,296
Look, this is about me, okay?
This is not you.
487
00:52:11,506 –> 00:52:13,496
Stay here.
488
00:52:17,247 –> 00:52:20,577
Hey, man, no wonder you been
keeping her locked up.
489
00:52:20,777 –> 00:52:24,048
I had no idea this was
underneath all that.
490
00:52:26,349 –> 00:52:28,820
– Dean, stop!
– You stay out of this!
491
00:52:37,301 –> 00:52:40,743
– We’re through. We’re through.
– That’s great.
492
00:52:40,903 –> 00:52:43,062
– We’re through forever!
– You okay?
493
00:52:43,312 –> 00:52:45,833
– You made a mistake, Landon!
– You sure?
494
00:52:46,043 –> 00:52:47,804
Let’s get out of here.
495
00:52:48,014 –> 00:52:50,485
Hey! You’re a little chickenshit!
496
00:52:52,585 –> 00:52:55,785
Baby, I’m sorry. Okay?
497
00:52:55,985 –> 00:52:59,226
They’re animals, all right?
498
00:52:59,426 –> 00:53:01,797
You want me to take you home?
499
00:53:04,067 –> 00:53:05,697
Let’s get out of here.
500
00:53:06,907 –> 00:53:11,599
– Are you sure you’re okay?
– I’m fine.
501
00:53:12,609 –> 00:53:16,879
– Thank you for everything.
– You’re welcome.
502
00:53:22,791 –> 00:53:27,023
– I want to ask you something.
– Okay.
503
00:53:31,503 –> 00:53:35,804
Will you go out with me
on Saturday night?
504
00:53:38,906 –> 00:53:41,675
I’m sorry. I can’t go.
505
00:53:45,416 –> 00:53:48,858
– You have something else going on?
– No.
506
00:53:49,058 –> 00:53:53,318
– It’s not that.
– Then what is it?
507
00:53:59,470 –> 00:54:01,700
I’m not allowed to date.
508
00:54:06,511 –> 00:54:11,002
“Do not be deceived.
God is not mocked.
509
00:54:13,013 –> 00:54:17,884
Whatever a man sows,
that he will also reap.
510
00:54:18,094 –> 00:54:22,855
For he who sows to his flesh,
will of the flesh reap-“
511
00:54:23,065 –> 00:54:25,896
– Can I help you?
– Yes, sir.
512
00:54:26,066 –> 00:54:29,836
I’d like to ask your daughter
to dinner on Saturday night.
513
00:54:30,106 –> 00:54:32,237
That’s not possible.
514
00:54:34,407 –> 00:54:40,108
With all due respect, sir,
I ask you to reconsider.
515
00:54:40,318 –> 00:54:44,759
With all due respect, Mr. Carter,
I made my decision.
516
00:54:46,761 –> 00:54:50,560
You can exit the way you entered.
517
00:54:55,101 –> 00:54:58,873
I’m sorry I haven’t treated
Jamie the way I should have.
518
00:54:59,073 –> 00:55:01,734
She deserves more than that.
519
00:55:02,573 –> 00:55:05,274
I’m asking you for the same thing…
520
00:55:05,484 –> 00:55:08,715
…you teach us every day in church.
521
00:55:10,385 –> 00:55:12,376
And that’s faith.
522
00:55:19,167 –> 00:55:21,598
I can’t believe you asked permission.
523
00:55:21,768 –> 00:55:24,829
It’s no big deal.
He was cool about it, anyway.
524
00:55:25,009 –> 00:55:26,869
– Thank you.
– This is for you.
525
00:55:27,079 –> 00:55:30,810
– Thank you very much.
– Would you like something to drink?
526
00:55:31,010 –> 00:55:33,280
– Sweet tea, please.
– Make that two.
527
00:55:33,480 –> 00:55:35,212
Right away.
528
00:55:37,691 –> 00:55:40,852
This place is really nice.
Is this okay?
529
00:55:41,122 –> 00:55:43,892
– Don’t even worry about it, okay?
– Okay.
530
00:55:44,093 –> 00:55:46,394
Choose whatever you want.
531
00:55:47,104 –> 00:55:49,724
So, what’ll it be?
532
00:55:50,704 –> 00:55:52,934
Is everything okay?
533
00:55:53,544 –> 00:55:57,236
– Thank you very much.
– Yeah, me too. Thanks.
534
00:56:04,017 –> 00:56:06,318
Would you like to dance?
535
00:56:07,928 –> 00:56:11,259
Sorry, I don’t dance.
536
00:56:11,459 –> 00:56:15,230
Me neither. I mean, not usually
in front of anybody.
537
00:56:15,970 –> 00:56:21,231
Well, no. I mean, I don’t at all.
As in, I can’t.
538
00:56:21,441 –> 00:56:24,203
Everybody can dance.
539
00:56:24,412 –> 00:56:27,212
Come on, you can’t be that bad.
540
00:56:28,383 –> 00:56:30,283
Please?
541
00:56:30,923 –> 00:56:32,583
For me?
542
00:56:33,895 –> 00:56:35,585
Come on.
543
00:56:50,107 –> 00:56:54,669
Sorry, I told you I was bad at this.
544
00:56:54,879 –> 00:56:59,120
– In all fairness, you warned me, right?
– That’s right.
545
00:57:03,491 –> 00:57:06,791
So, what’s number one on your list?
546
00:57:08,962 –> 00:57:11,401
Okay.
547
00:57:11,601 –> 00:57:16,093
Number one on my list
is getting out of Beaufort.
548
00:57:17,744 –> 00:57:20,264
Getting out won’t be your problem.
549
00:57:20,484 –> 00:57:25,045
It’s more like figuring out what to do
when you get somewhere.
550
00:57:25,255 –> 00:57:27,186
What do you mean?
551
00:57:29,186 –> 00:57:32,028
I mean, you can do anything.
552
00:57:49,250 –> 00:57:53,182
– Where are we going?
– Just hold on, you’ll see.
553
00:57:57,023 –> 00:58:00,012
Come on, come on. Let’s go!
554
00:58:00,222 –> 00:58:02,994
– What are we doing?
– Run!
555
00:58:03,194 –> 00:58:06,465
– Okay, okay. Stand there.
– All right.
556
00:58:06,665 –> 00:58:10,605
– One foot there, and one foot here.
– Okay.
557
00:58:12,706 –> 00:58:15,677
You’re acting crazy. What’s going on?
558
00:58:15,877 –> 00:58:19,147
Right now, you’re straddling
the state line.
559
00:58:20,819 –> 00:58:22,548
Okay.
560
00:58:25,189 –> 00:58:27,889
You’re in two places at once.
561
00:58:40,383 –> 00:58:44,474
Okay, butterfly, rosebud or star?
562
00:58:44,684 –> 00:58:46,673
You choose.
563
00:58:48,753 –> 00:58:51,385
– Butterfly.
– Okay.
564
00:58:56,496 –> 00:58:58,525
Where do you want it?
565
00:59:01,907 –> 00:59:03,768
Right here.
566
00:59:11,379 –> 00:59:13,280
Okay.
567
01:00:20,134 –> 01:00:23,965
How can you see places like this…
568
01:00:24,175 –> 01:00:29,007
…and have moments like this,
and not believe?
569
01:00:30,948 –> 01:00:33,507
You’re lucky to be so sure.
570
01:00:37,989 –> 01:00:40,289
It’s like the wind.
571
01:00:40,660 –> 01:00:45,560
I can’t see it, but I feel it.
572
01:00:45,760 –> 01:00:47,861
What do you feel?
573
01:00:50,742 –> 01:00:55,262
I feel wonder and beauty…
574
01:00:55,472 –> 01:00:59,243
…joy, love.
575
01:01:00,714 –> 01:01:04,444
I mean, it’s the center of everything.
576
01:01:07,995 –> 01:01:10,256
I might kiss you.
577
01:01:12,596 –> 01:01:14,897
I might be bad at it.
578
01:01:18,307 –> 01:01:20,768
That’s not possible.
579
01:01:45,203 –> 01:01:47,264
I love you.
580
01:02:00,257 –> 01:02:04,698
Now would be the time
to say something.
581
01:02:07,268 –> 01:02:10,759
I told you not to fall in love with me.
582
01:03:18,014 –> 01:03:22,245
Jamie. Say good night to Mr. Carter.
583
01:03:23,925 –> 01:03:27,017
Landon, go home. The night’s over.
584
01:03:27,227 –> 01:03:28,926
– Good night.
– Good night.
585
01:03:29,126 –> 01:03:31,027
Good night, sir.
586
01:03:34,508 –> 01:03:37,939
Jamie, your behavior’s sinful.
587
01:03:39,338 –> 01:03:43,839
– You act with that boy like you’re-
– In love?
588
01:03:44,050 –> 01:03:48,351
– Jamie, you are a child.
– Dad, look at me…
589
01:03:48,551 –> 01:03:52,151
– …I’m not a child.
– Then stop acting childish.
590
01:03:55,863 –> 01:03:57,733
I love him.
591
01:04:00,504 –> 01:04:04,905
Then be fair to him, Jamie,
before things get worse.
592
01:04:26,329 –> 01:04:28,820
– Hey.
– Hey.
593
01:04:31,070 –> 01:04:33,972
– Will you help me?
– Yeah.
594
01:04:34,182 –> 01:04:37,112
So, what did you tell your father?
595
01:04:37,312 –> 01:04:41,272
The truth. I just left you out of it.
596
01:04:42,382 –> 01:04:44,544
So, what do you want to see?
597
01:04:45,394 –> 01:04:46,984
Pluto.
598
01:04:47,254 –> 01:04:50,714
Pluto only rises a few minutes
before the sun.
599
01:04:50,934 –> 01:04:52,765
Right…
600
01:04:53,836 –> 01:04:57,997
…and I have brought us
a thermos of hot coffee…
601
01:05:00,607 –> 01:05:02,908
…and a blanket.
602
01:05:03,108 –> 01:05:06,948
– You planned this.
– Oh, I hoped for it.
603
01:05:09,289 –> 01:05:11,309
Are you trying to seduce me?
604
01:05:11,519 –> 01:05:14,720
Why? Are you seducible?
605
01:05:16,690 –> 01:05:19,891
That’s what I thought…
606
01:05:20,101 –> 01:05:22,763
…ergo, a second blanket.
607
01:05:22,973 –> 01:05:26,963
– One for me, and one for you.
– Thank you.
608
01:05:38,825 –> 01:05:44,027
– Can you find this star right here?
– Sure.
609
01:05:53,939 –> 01:05:57,500
So why am I looking for this star?
610
01:05:58,510 –> 01:06:01,211
Because I had it named for you.
611
01:06:03,381 –> 01:06:05,051
See?
612
01:06:05,852 –> 01:06:07,722
It’s official.
613
01:06:08,322 –> 01:06:12,763
It’s from the International
Star Registry.
614
01:06:16,334 –> 01:06:18,564
This is wonderful!
615
01:06:23,476 –> 01:06:25,536
I love you.
616
01:06:38,458 –> 01:06:42,420
Okay, okay. I’m sorry. I’m stopping.
617
01:06:51,182 –> 01:06:55,013
So, what’s your number one?
618
01:06:59,153 –> 01:07:02,814
To marry in the church
where my mother grew up.
619
01:07:03,024 –> 01:07:05,855
That’s where my parents were married.
620
01:07:35,261 –> 01:07:38,933
– Did you just get in?
– Yeah.
621
01:07:39,273 –> 01:07:42,533
Thank heavens I didn’t know.
I’d have been panicked.
622
01:07:42,744 –> 01:07:44,434
Sorry.
623
01:07:45,214 –> 01:07:49,575
Landon, were you with Jamie?
624
01:07:49,785 –> 01:07:53,146
Landon, be careful.
She’s the reverend’s daughter.
625
01:07:53,356 –> 01:07:55,826
– Mom-
– Please!
626
01:07:56,186 –> 01:07:58,086
It’s different with her.
627
01:07:58,396 –> 01:08:01,757
– It’s different with her.
– Yes.
628
01:08:04,168 –> 01:08:06,829
It better be different with her.
629
01:08:09,170 –> 01:08:13,970
I was doing laundry the other day,
and I found this.
630
01:08:21,752 –> 01:08:24,692
“Examine a moon rock.
631
01:08:25,992 –> 01:08:28,224
Go to college.
632
01:08:28,894 –> 01:08:32,125
Get into medical school.”
633
01:08:35,874 –> 01:08:42,177
Honey, these are really
beautiful ambitions.
634
01:08:42,377 –> 01:08:48,878
– But you’ll have to work really hard.
– I can do that.
635
01:08:51,959 –> 01:08:53,719
Yeah, you can.
636
01:08:58,230 –> 01:09:00,431
Mama…
637
01:09:01,141 –> 01:09:04,261
…Jamie has faith in me.
638
01:09:05,872 –> 01:09:07,403
You know?
639
01:09:08,112 –> 01:09:12,313
She makes me want to be different.
640
01:09:13,213 –> 01:09:15,184
Better.
641
01:09:16,384 –> 01:09:20,295
I was so drunk,
I don’t remember anything.
642
01:09:25,196 –> 01:09:29,298
That’s great.
Citizen high to citizen low.
643
01:09:31,308 –> 01:09:35,368
Are you worried
about your college applications?
644
01:09:35,578 –> 01:09:37,009
No.
645
01:09:38,049 –> 01:09:39,740
I’m not applying.
646
01:09:39,950 –> 01:09:43,749
– I thought you said-
– No, you assumed.
647
01:09:43,950 –> 01:09:48,361
– Take a year off, try the Peace Corps?
– No.
648
01:09:50,292 –> 01:09:52,592
What are you gonna do?
649
01:09:56,033 –> 01:09:57,933
I’m sick.
650
01:09:58,143 –> 01:10:01,834
– I’ll take you home, you’ll be-
– No, Landon!
651
01:10:02,674 –> 01:10:04,145
I’m sick.
652
01:10:08,116 –> 01:10:10,606
I have leukemia.
653
01:10:16,098 –> 01:10:17,618
No.
654
01:10:18,469 –> 01:10:21,258
– You’re 18, you’re perfect.
– No.
655
01:10:21,468 –> 01:10:26,100
I found out two years ago.
I’ve stopped responding to treatments.
656
01:10:30,910 –> 01:10:33,281
So why didn’t you tell me?
657
01:10:33,481 –> 01:10:37,813
The doctor said I should live life
normally, as best I could.
658
01:10:38,023 –> 01:10:41,393
I didn’t want anybody
to be weird around me.
659
01:10:41,563 –> 01:10:44,853
– Including me?
– Especially you!
660
01:10:47,835 –> 01:10:52,866
I was getting along fine.
I accepted it, and then you happened!
661
01:10:57,207 –> 01:11:01,548
I do not need a reason
to be angry with God.
662
01:12:10,033 –> 01:12:12,623
Dad, open the door!
663
01:12:22,986 –> 01:12:24,477
Landon?
664
01:12:26,017 –> 01:12:28,957
– I need your help.
– What’s wrong? You okay?
665
01:12:29,157 –> 01:12:32,617
It’s my girlfriend, Jamie. She’s…
666
01:12:34,459 –> 01:12:39,699
She’s got cancer. And I need you
to come and see her right now.
667
01:12:39,869 –> 01:12:41,629
Okay, calm down.
668
01:12:41,809 –> 01:12:45,371
– Can you help me or not?
– I don’t know her case.
669
01:12:45,581 –> 01:12:49,672
I don’t know her history.
I’m a cardiologist. I can’t-
670
01:12:49,882 –> 01:12:54,413
You know, just forget it. I knew it.
671
01:12:54,623 –> 01:12:57,994
Would you wait? Landon, wait!
672
01:14:35,976 –> 01:14:38,575
Your mom called me.
673
01:14:39,645 –> 01:14:41,987
Talk to me, man.
674
01:14:42,217 –> 01:14:44,

These amazing achievements made Track & # 39; s top event a hit

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This is the third conversation between WIRED editor Nicholas Thompson and Knox Robinson, an elite runner and former The Fader editor, on the IAAF World Athletics Championships. In their previous post, they discussed the medals and controversies that shake the running world.
NT: Damn, damn, damn. That was an exciting encounter. It had everything I like: close deals, dramatic reversals, turns in the storylines, and American dominance. Was there a single event on the last two days that did not have a world record or photo finish ? What was your favorite event?
KR : Actually almost too many events to pick one. I’m a little surprised that I was fixated on Dalilah Mohammed’s world record in the 400 meter hurdles. With all the talk of a rivalry with Syd “The Kid” McLaughlin, the race always seemed to be Muhammad’s – no matter how close the finish and the string of personal bests and national records she left with consolation prizes other than hers. Otherwise, I’ve replayed Salwa Eid Naser’s impressive 400m win more than once: a thing of beauty, obviously. The fact that it was the third fastest time in history at 48.14 did a great deal – behind the 1985 and 1983 time measurements of Marita Koch (GDR) and Jarmila Kratochvilova (Czechoslovakia). A quick glance reveals that Koch alone has completed 22 of the top 100 runs over the distance, with Kratochvílová himself holding another 12 slots. (With her last win, Naser appears three times in the Top 100.)
The records from that period are widely known as remnants of government-sponsored Eastern European programs that are internally – euphemistically – referred to as “special care” steroids and others performance enhancing drugs. But think about it … for those ears, the term “Special Care” has a certain sound in this wellness boom that we are currently enjoying. I could actually start using that instead of “marginal gains.”
NT : Let’s stay with Dalilah Muhammad for a second. One reader, Sarah Barker, wrote to us, arguing that despite her world record and two gold medals, Muhammad was almost eliminated from reporting on the event. Why? Not least because of the fascination of the world for her defeated rival Syd the Kid. The best evidence of this is the Bonkers photo used by the IAAF in its Twitter feed in which the corpses of three of the four runners in the US 4X400 team are shown with a flag that blocks most of Muhammad. Or as our correspondent wrote: “There is a kind of strange media-diverting, black-headed McCarthy bubble of ignorance about this athlete. I have been following this woman for four years, who is calm, thoughtful, articulate, modest, easy on the eyes and extremely gifted. There is something strange going on. “What are you saying?
KR : Wow! WIRED readers stay awake, right? To put it bluntly, the systematic removal of Black Excellence is not particularly “weird” or “weird.” This is something that people with color – especially black women – constantly experience, whether they are world champions or not. Combine that with a latent Islamophobia, and I fully agree that the casual media blindness towards a black Muslim American who is a world champion and world record holder breaking her own records is something we need to highlight and correct with more writers her own reportage.
Nevertheless, after some interactions with her Dalilah Muhammad describes as her correspondent: empirically beautiful, yes, but also reserved and focused without laxity or impairment. Besides she comes from Queens! That’s what I was after-I did not see any rivalries in Doha or the whole season, because I never saw Mohammed deal with them or acknowledge them. Apart from her unwavering self-confidence, she seemed to be on a different mission. So I would like to think that she is not a fan food because she does not care – not taking away from others’ attitudes in social media.

Digest for rec.sport.football.college@googlegroups.com – 25 updates in 8 topics

rec.sport.football.college@googlegroups.com Google Groups Topic digest
View all topics OT – Tim VanWagoner – 5 Updates Losing Victim Points – 4 Updates Late Stage Capitalism – 1 Update [sniff sniff] Smells like desperation – 7 Updates Time trying to replace Mad as America’s humor magazine? – 3 Updates Georgia versus Tennessee – 1 Update A tough one – 1 Update Word to the wise – 3 Updates OT – Tim VanWagoner Tim VanWagoner : Oct 08 10:19AM -0700
I’m not an active preacher Hugh – although I am licensed and have preached and taught religious classes for years. I also have a PhD in molecular biology with a dissertation that focused on mechanisms of evolution.
If you’re serious, I’ll have the conversation. But I have no trouble reconciling the two, just like plenty of other Evangelicals that also happen to be molecular biologists, like Francis Collins (NIH Director and head of the Human Genome Project).
Eagle@bellsouth.net (J. Hugh Sullivan): Oct 08 05:52PM
On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 10:19:00 -0700 (PDT), Tim VanWagoner
>o trouble reconciling the two, just like plenty of other Evangelicals that =
>also happen to be molecular biologists, like Francis Collins (NIH Director =
>and head of the Human Genome Project).
Science will not destroy my faith, so I am serious. Just stay off
politics.
Section 1, a short paper, of my genealogy is about Creation and I
don’t find Adam in the Rift Valley in 45,000 BC. I did the genealogy
of Jesus before I saw a commercial one (which was accurate, by the
way).
Hugh
“the_andrew_smith@yahoo.com” : Oct 08 10:56AM -0700
> have a PhD in molecular biology
I think my favorite thing about RSFC is all the smart people.
btpage0622@gmail.com: Oct 08 11:32AM -0700
Hugh, there’s a short answer to this actually. How solid is the evidence? How many other such facts have proven incorrect, mistaken, or changed upon discovery of other facts?
I don’t honestly understand how a molecular biologist or geneticist could be an atheist. At that level there is so much evidence of design, it’s hard to imagine another conclusion. Most discoveries have increase the complexity with which we study our micro-world.
Introns were once junk DNA, we used to think one gene one protein one trait, we used to think we understood genetic regulation. Phosphorylation was the “it” topic in my day, then hypermethylation and hotspots. What next? Who knows, but I feel certain we will find even more layers of regulation.
The more we learn the more we realize how much we DON’T understand things.
“the_andrew_smith@yahoo.com” : Oct 08 12:37PM -0700
> The more we learn the more we realize how much we
> DON’T understand things.
The more smart people post to RSFC, the more I realize how much I don’t understand.
Back to top Losing Victim Points jim brown : Oct 08 11:28AM -0700
> It all started with Watergate. Before that we never knew because the press was in the tank for the POTUS. Today they are in the tank for Democrats. Neither is/was good.
> They will pretend none of this happened should Warren get the nom, right now they are trying to pave the way for whoever it is they want as the nom. Not clear who that is.
I believe this as well…this is Hillary 2016 2.0. Biden is not their chosen one, and this is two birds with one stone.
xyzzy : Oct 08 11:58AM -0700
> LOL my mom was a teacher, had five kids.
> What an utterly dishonest tool this clown is.
Your (and mia’s) mom didn’t work in New Jersey in 1971, I’m guessing.
https://twitter.com/JennBinis/status/1181345486835466240
https://twitter.com/JennBinis/status/1181378423941402625
“the_andrew_smith@yahoo.com” : Oct 08 12:35PM -0700
My mom also chose to remain a teacher, unlike Lieawatha.
“I went back to graduate school and took a couple of courses in education and said, ‘I don’t think this is going to work out for me.”
http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/people7/Warren/warren-con1.html
unclejr : Oct 08 12:37PM -0700
> On second thought maybe she misunderstood and he was firing her because she was a dirty ol’ squaw.
Har har har… Good won, Chief.
Back to top Late Stage Capitalism “the_andrew_smith@yahoo.com” : Oct 08 12:23PM -0700
LOL
What a ridiculous thought.
Capitalism, or liberty, is better than all the ridiculous suggestions on how to “fix” it with Socialism.
“Late Stage” Capitalism >>>>>>> “Democratic” Socialism
Cue all the RODEZ R SOSHULIST DOOD!11 idots
Back to top [sniff sniff] Smells like desperation unclejr : Oct 08 11:03AM -0700
On Monday, October 7, 2019 at 10:35:10 PM UTC-5, Michael Press wrote:
> $560000 for security services at a scheduled rally.
> —
> Michael Press
It’s the normal fee for Target Center, and Trump has a history of not paying if the venue doesn’t get the payment in advance.
With as much money as he has in his re-election campaign fund, there is ZERO excuses for not paying Target Center the going rate before the rally. He certainly can afford it, but he’s too cheap to actually pay.
Eric Ramon : Oct 08 11:40AM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 6:41:31 AM UTC-7, Tom Enright wrote:
> -TE
> > —
> > Michael Press
this is what they do for political groups that have stiffed other localities enough times so it’s clear the city will have to pay for the entire thing. It’s akin to bad credit where the city is saying they want the money upfront.
Tom Enright : Oct 08 11:41AM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 2:03:03 PM UTC-4, unclejr wrote:
> > —
> > Michael Press
> It’s the normal fee for Target Center,
Can you confirm that? Obama was charged $20K, but that was 2009, and
Democratic candidates have the luxury of having Republicans as political
opponents (law-abiding, peaceful)
This is a common tactic of the left, especially on college campuses.
Charge right of center speakers the cost of increased security to
protect them from left-wing violence. Standard mafia protection
scheme.

-TE
● Shot: Hillary Condemns Backlash Against Greta Thunberg by Those Living in a ‘Fact-Free World’
—Nicholas Ballasy, PJ Media.com, yesterday.
● Chaser: Hillary Clinton Unveils New Plane, and Lets Journalists On Board.
—The New York Times, September 5th, 2016.
unclejr : Oct 08 11:42AM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 1:40:35 PM UTC-5, Eric Ramon wrote:
> > > —
> > > Michael Press
> this is what they do for political groups that have stiffed other localities enough times so it’s clear the city will have to pay for the entire thing. It’s akin to bad credit where the city is saying they want the money upfront.
If you ran a business in which you agreed to complete the work for a customer that you knew was a credit risk and didn’t demand something upfront, you’d be a stupid business owner.
Tom Enright : Oct 08 11:51AM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 2:42:56 PM UTC-4, unclejr wrote:
> If you ran a business in which you agreed to complete the work for
> a customer that you knew was a credit risk and didn’t demand something
> upfront, you’d be a stupid business owner.
If he were a smart ‘business owner’ he’d explain that he was worried about
the people being stiffed. But he didn’t (that I’ve heard of). So yes,
the original header applies: ‘Desperation.’
…or did you guys confuse ‘payment for security’ with ‘security payment,’
panic, and make something up? Bad look, gents.
-TE
I considered selling my weapons “back” to the government, but after a background check and thorough investigation into the buyer, I determined the buyer has a history of violence and is mentally unstable. Big risk to everyone around it.
-Justin Maloney
Eric Ramon : Oct 08 12:02PM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 11:51:25 AM UTC-7, Tom Enright wrote:
> -TE
> I considered selling my weapons “back” to the government, but after a background check and thorough investigation into the buyer, I determined the buyer has a history of violence and is mentally unstable. Big risk to everyone around it.
> -Justin Maloney
https://fortune.com/2019/06/15/trump-maga-rallies-bills/
“The largest invoice to date comes from El Paso, Texas, where the president held a campaign rally in February. Trump still owes the city $470,417 for the event, the invoice shows.”
“One of the biggest issues preventing these cities from being reimbursed is, in many cases, there are no signed contracts between the municipality and the Trump campaign, according to the report. Cities sent law enforcement to Trump events as a required safety measure, but also because the Secret Service asked for additional security.”
Tom Enright : Oct 08 12:07PM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 3:03:01 PM UTC-4, Eric Ramon wrote:
Red herring. Did the mayor say he was worried about not being paid?
No.
Obama: $20K
-TE
So far nobody has chased Nancy or Adam or Little Sandy from a restaurant or confronted them on the street. It would be a shame if anyone did. But these things have a logic of their own and will go the way they go. Fires of this type, once set, will burn until they burn out. The Dems, in their embrace of violence, lies, manipulation, and gutter tactics, have opened a door, and they must deal with whatever emerges.
Back to top Time trying to replace Mad as America’s humor magazine? Eagle@bellsouth.net (J. Hugh Sullivan): Oct 08 06:05PM
On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 09:24:28 -0700 (PDT), The NOTBCS Guy
>pecially after USA’s gold haul at 2019 Worlds that just ended (where, despi=
>te their best efforts to drop the baton Yet Still Even Again, the men’s 4×1=
>00 relay team won) – but still…
I think the word you are looking for is unequal. Title IX would need a
CA amendment.
Hugh
Tom Enright : Oct 08 11:30AM -0700
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 12:24:31 PM UTC-4, The NOTBCS Guy wrote:
Female athletes have FAR MORE opportunities to ‘cash-in.’ Moran.
-TE
The NOTBCS Guy : Oct 08 12:05PM -0700
> I think the word you are looking for is unequal. Title IX would need a
> CA amendment.
That’s the beauty of leaving the schools entirely out of it. Title IX doesn’t apply to private corporations – otherwise, how would, say, the NFL and NBA get away with only having men as athletes?
Back to top Georgia versus Tennessee Michael Press : Oct 08 11:58AM -0700
In article ,
> Watched 1st quarter, maybe more.
After that Bulldog got a grip on Blue Tick’s throat and shook.

Michael Press
Back to top A tough one unclejr : Oct 08 11:49AM -0700
On Monday, October 7, 2019 at 9:38:05 AM UTC-5, xyzzy wrote:
> I want to be out of Syria (yay, Donald)
> I don’t want to stab the Kurds in the back (boo, Donald)
LOL
https://twitter.com/MarkHertling/status/1181376596067995648
Just 25th Amendment his ass now.
Back to top Word to the wise Eagle@bellsouth.net (J. Hugh Sullivan): Oct 08 04:54PM
On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 07:42:10 -0700 (PDT), xyzzy
wrote:
>Licking Trump’s boots doesn’t stop him from kicking you with them.
> https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/10/07/trump-lindsey-graham-syria-kurds-turkey-229541
I think I could remove Trump’s boots from me-arse, but obamacare is
much tougher.
Hugh
dotslashderek@gmail.com: Oct 08 10:03AM -0700
The R congress sent obama repeal bills weekly his entire second term – knowing they could trust him to veto them.
Since the day trump took office they haven’t passed a single repeal. If this doesn’t tell you they had no intent to repeal and only put on a show because they knew they could count on the obama veto, I don’t know what would.
Cheers.
Eagle@bellsouth.net (J. Hugh Sullivan): Oct 08 06:03PM
On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 10:03:48 -0700 (PDT), dotslashderek@gmail.com
wrote:
>The R congress sent obama repeal bills weekly his entire second term – knowing they could trust him to veto them.
>Since the day trump took office they haven’t passed a single repeal. If this doesn’t tell you they had no intent to repeal and only put on a show because they knew they could count on the obama veto, I don’t know what would.
>Cheers.
What I think is that obama had enough votes to pass the bill no matter
how socialistic.
I have no problem helping deserving people – we did that back in the
1900s with much less costly government.
WIth all the infrastructure needed, I see not requiring undeserving
people to earn their keep is a supremely ignorant tactic.
I don’t agree that you knew the intent of people’s minds (how could
you) about repeal, thus your statement is opinion and I disagree.
Actually one could say the same thing about liberal proposals. They
don’t really mean it because they know Trump will veto.
Hugh
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Blonde Bombshell Hannah Palmer Tugs At Her Bikini Flaunting Wild Cleavage & Fans Are Going Crazy

Rebecca Cukier
Hannah Palmer is driving her fans nuts. The Maxim model and Bang Energy face seems to be adored whether she’s promoting the beverage brand or not – today isn’t seeing Hannah spreading her legs as she sips a can of the beverage. Tuesday has, however, brought Hannah in her much-adored swimwear, with the model’s brand-new update seeing her on the beach.
Hannah’s photos today showed her looking blissfully content, with the mood reflected in the blonde’s caption. Hannah had been photographed flaunting her killer curves right on shores, with a two-piece that seemed to be channeling an era gone by. Hannah was seen rocking a polka-dot bikini in satin materials, with a little skirt proving super-cute as it matched the upbeat upper. The cleavage-flashing was pretty plentiful today as Hannah was seen tugging at the bikini straps, although the finish is never seedy with this beauty. Hannah was seen looking right into the camera as she delivered her beautiful smile, with a quick swipe to the right showing a similar deal – here, Hannah’s hands had moved to her hair.
Fans saw Hannah’s sensational assets, plus her flat stomach and all-around golden tan. Those baby blue eyes were also on show, with fans likely blown away by everything the photos had to offer.

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