01x06 - Patch Job

Episode transcripts for the TV show "Party of Five". Aired: January 8 –; March 4, 2020.
Five children suddenly find themselves without their parents in this remake of the '90s original.
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01x06 - Patch Job

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Previously on Party of Five...

VALENTINA: Emilio, Lucia,
something's happening!

- I think he's having a seizure.
- He's shaking.

VALENTINA: Emilio, help him!

Rafa has lead poisoning.

Well, what are my options?

- And don't say...

No, Lucia.

That's dangerous for me in
a totally different way.

I just want everyone to be safe!

VALENTINA: That girl has two mothers,

two, and I don't even have one.

I'd like to maybe try dancing.

Do you think I'll be any good at it?

I think you'll be great.

The welfare of these children
is your responsibility,

but now it's mine too.

I don't understand.

A file's been opened.

I'm your case manager now.

I don't have time

to get good at parenting, Val.

I need to be good at it now.

Well, I don't understand,
they're just getting rid of it?

My stepmom's on a cleaning kick.

She's tossing any items
that brought my dad joy

before she came into the picture.

So... yes? You want it?

Are you kidding? Of course. Yes!

Beto. Where would we even put it?

We'll make room, okay?

Don't listen to her.

You're amazing, you know that?

MATTHEW: What are you
doing over here by yourself?

Trying not to ruin my appetite
by watching those two make out.

Who's Amanda Davis?

Is she a friend?

- You got a crush?
- No.

I just like that name.

Amanda Davis is a girl with a pool.

Someone who rides horses.

Amanda... travels a lot?


I kinda think I'm more of an Amanda.

Is that... terrible?

It's weird that parents get to decide

something so important about you

without asking, you know?

Without knowing who you really are.

One hundred percent.

WAITER: Have you folks decided?


I'll have the shrimp diablo.

May I recommended the chicken mole?

Uh, what's wrong with the shrimp?

We're out. Of all fish.

The order never got
placed with the supplier.

That's crazy.

Hey, Oscar.

What's the deal? No fish?

A few things have
fallen through the cracks

since your brother's been out.

I just wanna make
sure Rafa was all right

before I put the pressure back on him.

Well, Rafa's fully recovered.

It's Emilio who isn't.

This whole thing really spooked him.

I don't think he's ready to
let the baby out of his sight.


Oh, wait, he's texting me right now.

Says he wants us to bring
him back an order of...

the shrimp diablo.

Let him know there's stuff here
he really needs to take care of.

OSCAR: Including filling
Vanessa's position.

It's a shame she quit.

Do you blame her?

He set up a few hostess interviews

but never followed up.

As a matter of fact,
we got a young lady here right now.

Hmm, better to send her home, Oscar.

Emilio will have to reschedule.

- This is her?
- Yeah.

BETO: Natalia?

She doesn't have any
restaurant experience.

Says here she's an... A-U pair?


What? Is that like a sous chef?

No. More like a nanny.

What does it say under special skills?

People write the craziest
stuff under special skills.

It says she's...

ALL: Certified in infant CPR.

- I'll go see if I can catch her.
- Run.

Uh, but don't seem desperate!

EMILIO: Okay, this is everything you
need to know about lead poisoning,

uh, the chelation treatment,
and the symptoms to watch out for.

Headline is looking
out for iron deficiency,

so I've prepped some
sweet potatoes and...


You told me, remember? In the fridge.

Did he give you the number for ?


Time to go to work like a big boy.

Ooh, gordito.

I'm just gonna do
a half day today, okay?

LUCIA: Uh-huh. You'll be
back before you know it.

EMILIO: I can be home
anytime if you need me.


I've got it under control.


Bye, Rafita.


Ready to have some fun?



How'd you learn to do that?

My dad.

Though we don't play
as often as we used to.

Sorry, Matt.

I'm going to miss at
some point. I promise.

GIRL: There you go.

So, you're friends with Matt, huh?

Did you meet at school?

Church. We bonded over our atheism.

What's he like?

Does he have a girlfriend?

He's not much of a talker.

SASHA: Oh yeah,
you're definitely my favorite.

TESS: Way better than Drew.

Drew! Mr. Over-Promise
and Under-Deliver.

Then there was Graham.
She broke up with him

on their one-month anniversary.

Uh, no, girl. She dumped him

because he forgot their
one-month anniversary.

Right. He was oblivious
and planned nothing.

When's yours?

It's tomorrow.

Should I have planned something?

MATTHEW: Seven, corner pocket.

Cardigan and Sex p*stol t-shirt.



Do you think she's cute?

I don't know, Luce.

You'd rather play pool than talk
to a cute girl who's vibing you?

This, I know how to do.

But that...

Oh, come on!

At least go say hi.

And then what?

She says,
tell me a little about yourself,

and where do I start?

Undocumented? Or homeless?

Yes, but putting all
that aside for a second...

I can't put that aside!

Right, but putting aside

that you can't put it aside...

ELLA: Come on, Matt! You're up!


Acostas in the kitchen.


What the hell is that
thing doing in our home?


Anybody gonna answer me?

It came from Ella.


Where is the dining room table?

Beto made everyone lug it
down into the basement.

Really, Bey?

That social worker could
literally walk in here any minute

and deem me an unfit parent

- because I'm running a pool hall!
- BETO: What's the prob?

The second anyone rings that doorbell,

I toss a tablecloth over it and boom:

dining room table.

EMILIO: And you?

- Didn't think to call me?
- NATALIA: I'm sorry.

I thought I was just
supposed to babysit Rafa.

Since when do we need your
permission to have our friends over?

Since your brother was in the hospital.

Who knows what kind of germs
those kids are exposing him to,

right here in his own home?

BETO: Look, man...

I get it.

You're afraid...

that something bad could happen

because something bad
already has happened.

The way I see it...

we can either sit in a room

and worry about what
the next bad thing is.


we can sit in a room,
play pool, and worry.

I vote B.

I mean, haven't we all earned
the right to have a little fun?

But if Beto gets to keep the pool table,

it's only fair that I get to
get something I want, too.

What kind of logic is that?


Beto's pool table isn't
costing me a penny.

Those dance classes you
want are super expensive.

And the ones at the Y are...

I want to krump.

They don't offer classes in krumping.

[SIGHS] Well, then
learn a different style.

Tap! Tap sounds fun, right?

It's not tap.

The brochure said "tap-ercise."

It's also open to ages to .

- I'd rather be d*ad.
- EMILIO: Look,

if you're gonna have a tantrum,
just please do it

somewhere Rafa can't hear you.


Man. She's good.

She's got that telenovela
head-turn and everything.

It's okay.

I'll just let her stay up late tonight,

and she'll love me again in the morning.

So I got the whole story from the kids.

Three days in the hospital
is no walk in the park.


Yeah, but Rafa's okay now,
and that's all that matters.

Your parents must've really trusted you

to leave you with so
much responsibility.


They sure did.

LUCIA: Milo!

BETO: Quick, dude!

What now?

- BETO: Jesus!
- LUCIA: Ooh!

There was a pop and then water
just started spraying out!


I have a cousin who's a plumber.

- I could give him a call?
- It's fine.

- I can handle it.
- NATALIA: Are you sure?

I said I got it!

I'm just gonna need a few
things from the hardware store.

It's a good thing I was here, huh?

Ma'am, getting in my face
isn't helping the situation.

There's an outstanding
warrant for his arrest.

Mr. Ramirez is coming with us.

So that you can deport him?

Not happening.
May I see the warrant, please?

Can you identify yourself?

Teresa Sullivan.

I'm with Dream for Justice.

We're an immigrant rights organization.

You got a phone?

Turn it on.

OFFICER: Mr. Ramirez
failed to appear in court.

TERESA: For a speeding ticket
that he got five years ago.

This is an administrative warrant,

not a judicial warrant.

Hasn't been signed by a judge.

You're obstructing a legal proceeding.

TERESA: No way.

Technically, we're standing
on private property.

That means you need a search warrant

to apprehend him or a judicial warrant,

and you have neither.

Are you getting this?

Nudge it this way and
you'll feel it loosen up...

Hey, are plumbers' tape
and Teflon tape the same thing?

I should've asked Lucia to get both.

Hey, since you're gonna be
staying home to deal with this,

I should probably head to the
restaurant to cover for you, huh?

Yeah, would you? That would be great.

Do you think I could maybe
get paid for the hours?

You want me to pay you for filling
in for me while I fix our plumbing?

I just need to make money.


Yeah, well, when you figure out
a way to do so, let me know.

MAN ON SCREEN: Likely the leak
is coming from up above...

Ella's not...


No. God, no.

Swear on Rafa's life.


Don't you think that's a little...

I swear on Rafa's life.

I just want to take Ella
out to a nice dinner.

Take her to the restaurant.
Won't cost you a thing.

I want to take her someplace fancy.


You can't afford anyplace fancy.

Yeah, but it's our anniversary.

Our one-month anniversary, but still.

- I need to show her how much I care.

By spending money that I don't have.

... slight cr*ck in the PVC,

which will need to be replaced.

Technically, we're standing
on private property.

That means you need a search
warrant to apprehend him

or a judicial...

How amazing is she?

Just the fact that people
like her even exist

bl*ws my mind.

You know, she's probably
an expert on DACA renewals.

Not going down that road, Luce.

You got me a pristine social
security number off that guy.

I'm all set.

Grateful and set.

I got you a job.

If someone finds out
you have a fake number,

you could still get deported.

DACA's a sure thing.

I mean, you could
get a driver's license,

open a bank account, finish school...

Drop it, Lucia.

You could make new friends,

meet girls, and
not feel like you have to lie

- about your status.
- So what?

I told you, I don't care about that.


You don't have anything to be afraid of.

You think I'm afraid?

That's what you think this is about?

Why else wouldn't you want to renew?

It would make everything so much easier.

Well, I like my life hard, okay.

Makes me feel like
I'm actually living it.


♪ Girl you like me ♪

♪ Girl you like me ♪

♪ Girl you like me ♪

Beto and I are gonna watch some TV.

You wanna join?


If it's something you don't like,

you two'll probably
just end up making out.

You didn't like any of
the stuff I scavenged

from my stepmom's Goodwill donation?

Everything's too big.

You'll grow into it. I can tell.

In a couple of months,
you're gonna have a growth spurt.

In all directions.


I think this might look
really good on you.

It's cashmere.

Where does all this
stuff come from anyways?

Whenever Wendy reinvents herself,

she cleans out her closet.

Then I collect the stuff, and I sell it.

In January, I paid
for me and five friends

to go on a ski trip.

- Seriously?
- Hmm.

From a bunch of old stuff?

You'd be shocked how
much people would pay

for a designer handbag.

It could be a few thousand dollars.

And... you use the money

to pay for stuff that your
parents won't let you have?

That's the best part.

I never have to ask my
dad for cash anymore.


What did Emilio say "no" to?

NATALIA: Your brother's
down for the count.

So I'm just gonna head out,
if you don't mind.

I have a reading, so...


You're into that stuff?

Yeah, pretty deep into it.


Can I be honest?

Nuh-uh. No, I think
it's all pretty much bullshit.

No offense.

Okay. Well...

It's something that's
really important to me,

but obviously it's not for everyone.

I had it done once at a party.

This woman said I had an
especially long life line, and...


The scar I got opening
a can of baked beans

on a camping trip in third grade.


- Hmm.


A poetry reading.

- I write poetry.
- Oh, I thought like...

crystal b*lls...

No. That is total bullshit.

I agree.

Mmm. Poems didn't do
anything for me in school.

But, I mean, I love music.

That's kind of a poetry, right?

Yeah, it is.

- Um... mm-hmm.
- I'm gonna...

- Yeah, um...
- I'm gonna go.

Hey, you mind, uh, giving me a hand?

Run the sink when I tell you.

Okay, turn it on.

It works.

- Ooh!
- Ah! Damn it!

Oh, no, no, no, no, no.

I could still call my cousin, you know.

No, no, no. Just, uh, grab the wrench.

Are you sure you got it if I let go?

Um... yeah.




Could you go check on him?

I'm sure he'll go back to sleep.

Look, for my own peace of mind,
could you please...

He was putting himself back
to sleep before the hospital,

wasn't he?

Don't you want him to go back to that?

Look, if you won't go check
on him, then I will.

- Just come and hold it and I'll go.
- Just wait one minute.



See you in the morning.


Shouldn't you be at work?

I'm waiting for Natalia to get here.

I'm gonna have her watch
Rafa at the restaurant.

- What did you order?
- Nothing.

Yeah. Well, you must've wanted
nothing to get here pretty fast, huh?

Overnight! That costs extra.

If you must know, it's, um...

lady stuff.


Okay. Open it.

Personal lady stuff.
For my lady regions.


Hey, you can't just do that!

The Glow Ups?

Isn't that the name of the
dance troupe you're not joining?

I found a way to pay for it.

Did you take the credit card?

That is not okay, Val.

Ella paid for it, okay.

For the outfit, for the lessons.

So, you don't have to worry about it.

I said no to this.

You can't just go behind my back

and beg other people to buy you stuff.

I didn't beg.

It was a present. What's the big deal?

I found something I'm excited about,

it's not costing you a penny,

and there's absolutely no reason

I shouldn't be allowed to have it!

We're not done talking about this!

VALENTINA: Yes, we are!

I know you probably have an opinion.

It would be great if
you kept it to yourself.

So your friend just refuses
to look into renewal?

His plan is to keep working off

a fake social security number I got him.

I don't really want to say how.

Well, however you got it,
you can both be charged

with identity theft.

That's a felony for you

and a removable offense for your friend.

Uh, it was just supposed
to be a temporary fix.

But if he renewed his DACA status...

Yeah, but it seems like
he's been pretty clear

that he doesn't wanna do that.

But if he heard from
you what's involved,

maybe he's more likely to...

You think a total stranger
can make a more compelling case

than someone who really knows him?

Matthew and I met pretty recently.

I don't know much about him.

You seem pretty invested
in what happens to him.

I saw you in the
parking lot with that man.

Aren't you invested in what happens
to people you don't even know?

Yes, but that's the work that I do.

Look, maybe you're the world's
greatest good Samaritan,

who's happy to jack a
social security number

for some kid she's just met.

I'm just wondering if maybe there's
something in it for you, too.

Seriously, how'd you even
know about this place?

You kidding me? I love fondue.

I actually even made it a couple times.

By accidentally leaving
a bag of grated cheddar

in a very, very hot car.

I actually never heard of the stuff.

But Avery says it's your favorite.

WAITER: Have you two decided?

BETO: Uh, yes.

I think we're going to do
the "pricks" fix menu.

ELLA: Oh, wait...

I kinda hate Caesar salad, anchovies.

Uh, can she swap salads?

The prix fix menu can be limiting.

Perhaps you'd prefer
to order a la carte?

Ooh... then I can get the lobster.

Hmm. People do love the lobster.

People are also very
allergic to lobster.

Deathly allergic.

Ooh, that does open us up
for the soufflé for dessert.

If you'd like the soufflé trio,

well, I'd need to put
the order in right now.


I say we go for it.

What do you say, Beto?


- ♪ Los pollitos dicen ♪

♪ Pio, pio, pio ♪

♪ Cuando tienen hambre ♪

♪ Cuando tienen frío ♪

Hmm. Pobrecitos, they're cold.


- Hello.

Excuse me, who are you?

I'm Natalia, and you are?

I'm Rafa's father. Where's Emilio?

He's working out front.
I'll get him for you, sir.


- Papi.
- Hey.


You're not answering your phone.

I turned the ringer off while
I was out on the floor .

You hired a babysitter?

Why isn't Rafa at daycare?

Uh, Inez is having plumbing problems.

And N-Natalia's just
helping out in the meantime.

You didn't tell us any of this.

Not me, not your mother...

You know,
I... I didn't want to worry you.

Well, what makes us worry
is not knowing things.

You saw him yourself.

He's fine.

Well, I'm taking care of him.

I am... taking care of everyone.


God, I should not
have eaten all that bread.

I'm already full.

Well, we can cancel dessert?

I'm sure they'd let us...

Another bottle of sparkling?

- Uh, I think we're good...
- Thanks a lot, Greg.

Do you think he's an actor?

Most waiters in LA are actors.

Not the ones at our restaurant.

For a while there, I thought

maybe I wanted to act.

You're definitely pretty enough.

But it passed.

Like every idea I have.

Nothing... sticks, you know?

Shouldn't I have some
clue of what I want?

All I know is, "A,"

I want to be with you.

And, "B," I want to travel.

Don't you?

Maybe this summer we can go someplace?

Oh, maybe we can drive across country?

I have summer school, remember? I can't.

But even if I didn't,

I can't really afford that, Ella.

No, I know. Of course not.
It'd be my treat.

I don't want you to
pay for stuff for me.


If it's something we both want to do,

only you can't afford it,
what's the big deal if I pay?

Because I can't reciprocate it.

There's nothing that I'll
be able to do for you.

Yeah, but there is. Look at this.

That lobster you ordered was $ .

I didn't expect you to pay for that.

I figured I'd at least pay half.

- Why? Because I'm broke?
- No!

Because it's ,

and women don't need
men to pay for them!

But I wanted to. And I could've.

If we'd stuck to the set menu,
I could've done it.

You didn't tell me that!
How was I supposed to know that?

Ella, you know our situation.

You see how we live.

I didn't ask you to take
me to a fancy restaurant.

That was your idea!


What are you mad at me for, Beto?

Being a girl who likes things
that you can't afford to give me?

Or being a girl who likes to
give you things you can't afford?

I don't know.

Well, figure it out.

WAITER: Your entrée, sir.

EMILIO: I wish you hadn't done that.

You mean the call just
now? With your dad?

You didn't want Rafa
talking to his father?

Excuse me, you're Emilio?

- The manager said I should...
- One second.

Rafa shouldn't be looking
at a screen all day.

He wasn't. We've been here eight hours.

There's only so long he
was happy banging a pot.

I'm here to interview for the position?

By any chance,

do you have any experience
taking care of children?

Do you have a flawless driving record?

Do you know infant CPR?

I thought this was a hostess job.


So did I.

The real question is:

are you okay having a boss

who thinks he wants
you to watch the baby,

but really, he wants you
to watch the baby

- while he watches you?
- EMILIO: No, no, no.

You see, the real question is:
can you follow instructions?

Like when I ask you to watch the baby,

will you, in fact, check on the baby?

Now seems like a bad time.
I can come back la...

Rafa put himself back to sleep.

That's irrelevant. I'm your employer.

I asked you to perform
a simple task that...


What is it, Bey?

You're just looking
to find fault, Emilio.

Look, I'm in
the middle of something, okay.

There is no one who can do the job
the way you want them to do it...

Yes, just get to the point.

... because you want to do it yourself.

So why don't you?

I quit.

- You wha... You what?
- You are an angel.

Your brother? Not so much.


Just, just... Look, wait.

Just stay put. I'll be right there.

Is there any chance
you can quit tomorrow?

GREG: Still working, are we?

Yes, Greg, we are.

And will your companion be...

No, she won't.

And may I...

Just one more minute.

Can I, uh, get some more coffee, please?

Sure thing.

Thank you. Really.

Thank you.

Are you out of your mind?

Taking her to a place like this?

I didn't expect her
to order the lobster.

And where'd you get the
money to pay for any of it?

Please don't tell me
you sold your blood.

I didn't.

I sold my plasma.

What is wrong with you, Beto?

Hmm? Why do you
have to impress this girl?

Either she's into you or she's not.

But why do you have to spend
money that you don't have on her?

Money I don't have.

Holy shit.

Well, I guess now we're even.

- You and me?
- No. Me and Ella.

Oh, you don't know?

Ella paid for Val's dance classes.


Six months of lessons cost
exactly the same as this meal.

You let her pay for Val's classes?

She didn't ask? She just did it.

I've gotta, uh...

I'll see you at home.




- I've been calling you!
- Where's Rafa?

He's been down for an hour.
I triple checked.

We came home,
and there was water everywhere.

And I called my cousin to
turn off the main valve...

I told you not to.

It was an emergency,
and I'm helping you out.

You should be thanking me.

Anyway, he says that all the
plumbing's in terrible shape,

not just the pipe that burst.

And also if you open up the walls,

you're gonna find a lot of corrosion.

Also, who patched everywhere
with duct tape?

Was that your dad?

Because Cesar said that
this is gonna keep happening

over and over again

unless you address the larger problem.

You think I don't know that?

You think I think I have
any idea what I'm doing?

Well, you seem to want
to do everything yourself.

Because the second anyone
takes a closer look,

a babysitter, a social worker,

a plumber...

they'll see that I'm just
a shitty patch job, too.

It's not that my parents trusted
me to take care of this family.

It's that there was no
one else to do the job.

And there are leaks everywhere I turn...

In the restaurant, the house...

Val this morning,
Beto this evening, the baby...


Whichever one is worse at the moment,

that's the one I grab onto...

until something else leaks.


I-I should go check on him?

I'll go.


I was hoping you'd bring me my lobster,

you know, like Prince
Charming returning my slipper.

I mean, I have
an evil stepmom and everything.

And I am Ella.

You know, like, Cinder... ella.

Not even a smile?

I'm confused.

Aren't you mad at me?

I made a good dramatic exit,

and now I'm over it.

Well, I'm not.

When Emilio came to bail me out,

he told me that you're
paying for Val's classes?

Why would you do that?

Be... Because I...

I don't... Because she wanted them.

And after everything she'd been through,

I thought she deserved to
get something she wanted.

And maybe she'd like you a little more?

You thought I'd like you more

if you bought me a fancy dinner.

- What's the difference?
- No.

Mine wasn't a bribe.

It was a mistake...

but it wasn't a bribe.

Are you breaking up with me?

I don't... I don't know.

I've had, like, seven cups
of coffee in the last hour,

and my mind's racing, and...

I keep thinking how you said that

in your family money equals love and...

I think on some level you believe it.


Yeah, well, my dad
offered me diamond studs

and a trip to Fiji to break up with you.

And for the record,
I told him he could go to hell.

Maybe that's why you like me.

Because your dad doesn't.


You really think I'm that shallow?

Or, no, wait,

maybe you think I couldn't
possibly like you just for you?

Are you really that insecure?

You know, maybe that's, that's one way

losing your parents
really screwed you up.

It made you think that
being a good person

just isn't enough.

But you are, Beto.

And that's enough for me.

Uh, let's just not break up, okay?

Okay? I just, I...

I really don't want to break up.

I can't tell what you're thinking.

I, I just... I really need to pee.


EMILIO: He's asleep.

Look, I'm sorry about
unloading all that on you.

If you want, I can add up your
hours and, uh, write you a check.

He's going to fall down, you know.

h*t his head.

He's gonna have colds

and fevers

and throw up...

and it's normal.

I know.


I can't let anything bad happen to him.


To any of them.

You know?

I've got this social worker
breathing down my neck.

We have no running water in the house.

I'm telling you. My cousin...

But I get it.

You want to do it all yourself.

My dad did.

You know, he came to this country

with fifty dollars in his pocket.

He had himself to rely on.

Solved his own problems.

Is that what he told you?

He was a self-made man?


no one comes to this
country with nothing

and single-handedly builds
the life he made here.

It just doesn't happen.

I mean, fifty dollars?

How long did that last him?

A few days maybe?


What happened is...

they met a man

who knew a man

who loaned them some cash...

and his cousin

let them sleep on her pullout sofa

and her husband was a house painter

who needed an extra guy on his crew,

and gave your father the job.

That's what immigrants do.

That's what my parents did.

They take the hand
that's offered to them

and then they reach back
and extend their own.

And they know there's no shame in it.

I took off percent.

Friends and family discount.

But I'm neither.

Not yet.


Cesar and I worked
out an installment plan.

But still, the first payment's rough.

NATALIA: It's gonna get loud,

so I'm gonna take him down to the park.

Have fun.



Hey. You packed his hat
and sunscreen, right?

Sunscreen. Hat.


Uh, I could sell some more of my plasma

in the next few days.

Wha... What do you mean more?

Maybe we should ask Ella.

BOTH: We're not asking Ella.

I would've done anything
to keep my parents here.


I don't want any more
people disappearing on me.

Your DACA renewal?

That's for me.

It's what I need you to do

to make me feel secure.

And that's not fair.


whatever you want to do.

Even if it's nothing.

Whatever your reasons are...

even if I don't understand them.

When I was little,

my mom used to get mad at me

because of the clothes I wore.

They were too baggy, she said.

My nails were too dirty.

I wanted my hair cut too short.

No matter what I did...

I could never be

the little girl she wanted.

And I wanted to make my mother happy.

I tried.

But I couldn't pretend because...

the thing is...

she didn't give birth to a daughter.

Lucia, for me to renew DACA,

I would have to present
my birth certificate.

That's the only way.

But that name...

that's someone I never was.

And I won't go back and say that's me...

not for any reason.

Do you see now?

I do.

I see you.

I see you.

MAN: Okay, okay, girls, let's go around

and everyone introduce yourselves.

JOCELYN: Hi, I'm Jocelyn,

this is my second year with the troupe,

and I love dancing more than anything.

KELLY-ANNE: Hi, I'm Kelly-Anne Penner.

I've been dancing since I was five,

and I'm really excited to be here.

Um... hi.

I'm Amanda Davis.

My mom used to be a ballerina,

and there's nothing
that makes her happier

than watching me dance.

I'm really excited to be here too.

EMILIO: I could see
getting used to this though.


Enjoying a nice,
relaxing game of billiards

after a long day of
oppressing the masses.

We'd have to start smoking cigars

and drinking brandy.

Hey, how much you think a butler costs?

- Like, a good one?
- Hmm.

Probably a lot.


Last sh*t's yours.

This way, guys, come on in.


This is perfect for
the house, am I right, guys?

Is that new felt?

- Just had her redone.
- MAN: Yo!

Look, we've had a lot
of calls off the listing,

so the price is the price.

Hey. Not looking to haggle.

All right.

- Take care of her.
- MAN: Ready?

She's been good to us.

MAN: Yup. Yup, yup. I got it.

Hey, you boys need help?

- MAN : No, we got it.
- MAN : We got it.

- We got it.
- Keep going.

- Turn it, turn it.
- Keep going.

Careful, careful.

MAN: Watch the corners.

♪ Here I am again ♪

♪ Stuck in the middle ♪

♪ Here I am again ♪

♪ Stuck in the middle ♪
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