01x03 - Please Allow Me

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01x03 - Please Allow Me

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And believe you are
as graceful as an animal.

And now you are a giraffe!

- Ah!

And now you're a bird!

That's beautiful.

Just flying. Yeah.

And what are we now? We're monkeys!


All right. Peg is here for story time!

- [PEG] Hello, everyone.

[CHILDREN] Hi, Miss Peg.

[PEG] Wow, your dancing
looked so beautiful!

[CHILDREN] Thank you!

- You guys have fun?
- Yeah!

[PEG] Great. All right.
Well, now it is story time.

Before we get to our story,
I wanted to tell you about my...

- Say, that was pretty swell.
- No spectators allowed.

Upbeat ragtime music plays

Betty! Wait.

If you come to my class,
you have to dance.

Next week, then.

You can teach me how to be a bird.

I don't know if you have what it takes.

You might be surprised.

I'm pretty good on the dance floor.

Peg wanted me to meet you.

Thought this was the only place
I could pin you down.

Oh, and you thought
you could pin me down?

It's Gerald. Gerald Ford.

I'd have to live in a cave to not know

the football star of South High
and the Wolverines.

Well, in Peg's defense,

I've been putting pressure
on her to set me up

since I got back from the Pacific.

So, what do you say?
Will you go out with me?

Should I invite my husband?





- Betty?
- Bill.


- Bill? Bill, shh. It's okay.
- Betty.

- It's okay.
- Where were you?

Where were you?

Bill, are you awake?

I haven't been anywhere, Bill.


You've been in a coma. You need to...





♪ This land is your land ♪

♪ This land is my land ♪

♪ From California ♪

♪ To the New York island ♪

♪ From the redwood forest ♪

♪ To the Gulf Stream waters ♪

♪ I tell you ♪

♪ This land ♪

♪ Was made for you and me ♪
♪ Yeah ♪

♪ One bright sunny morning ♪

♪ In the shadow of the steeple ♪

♪ Down by the welfare office ♪

♪ I saw my people ♪

♪ I was wondering ♪

♪ If this land ♪

♪ Was made for you and me ♪


It's good to see you
looking so much better, Bill.

Here is some crispy bacon,
just how you like it.

What's the hurry?

Oh, I'm just going
to be late for work, Bill.

Well, why don't you lie down
next to me for a minute?

What about your breakfast?

I don't want breakfast. I want you.

Well, your mother's going to be...

Just f*cking take it!

g*dd*mn it! Take it!

I want my wife to lie down next to me.

Is that too much to ask?


Soon enough, I'm gonna be better,

and you won't have to work.

And you get to stay home
like a normal wife!

[BILL'S MOTHER] Good morning.

Good morning.



♪ He was a famous trumpet man ♪
♪ From out Chicago way ♪

♪ He had a boogie style ♪
♪ That no one else could play ♪

♪ He was the top man at his craft ♪

♪ But then his number came up ♪

♪ And he was gone with the draft ♪

♪ He's in the army ♪
♪ Now a blowin' reveille ♪

♪ He's the boogie woogie ♪
♪ Bugle boy of Company B ♪

♪ They made him blow a bugle ♪
♪ For his Uncle Sam ♪

♪ It really brought him down ♪
♪ Because he couldn't jam... ♪

[BAR PATRON] And two, sweetheart.

- Can I get an ashtray?
- Look what the cat dragged in.

This sure is off the beaten path.

Well, wouldn't want anyone
to see you out

with a married woman. People might talk.

You look nice.

Just nice?

You look beautiful, Betty.

And you look very well, yourself, Jerry.

What have you been doing lately?

Thinking about you.

You ever dream, Betty?

You know, getting to quit your jobs?

Why would I want to do that?

I... I happen to like working.

Don't you dream, Betty Bloomer?

Warren. Betty Warren.

[GERALD] Right.

And, um... And yet it hasn't
stopped you from calling me.

Peg, you know, she told me about him.

Yeah, she told me about Bill.

My mother disapproved, so...

That's all it took.
We... We got married...

And it didn't take me long
to realize that home

was the only thing
we had in common, and...

and having a good time.

But Bill's good time means...

having breath as hot as whiskey

when he's screaming right in your face

and, um, punching holes
in the walls of our bedroom.

I'm sorry,
you don't want to hear about...

I want to hear everything.

I was planning on leaving him.

I was working on it and then
he fell into a diabetic coma.

You can't leave a man in a coma.

The behavior you're describing
is against the law.

The law?

I'm a lawyer.

That's abuse.

Well, you don't know
anything about me, Jerry.

People... [SNIFFLES]

People will talk, Mr. Ford.

Upbeat jazz music playing

You know her, she's always on time.

You know how she is about
being on time for everything.

Hey, can you honk?


- Oh.
- Yeah?


- Yeah, yeah.


[LAUGHING] Hey, Mama!

Hey, hey! Is that my little girl
back from Harvard Law School?

- Oh, hey, Daddy.
- Hey.

- Look at you.
- No, look at you.

Oh, I missed you.


That was good. What were you
scrunching up your face for?

That was right. [LAUGHS]

- Yeah. Yeah.
- Yeah?

See, now you lost it. Now you lost it.


You'd better go back to the top.

[MARIAN] Oh, oh.

I got your favorite. Spinach dip.

- Hey.
- Oh!

- [FRASER] Listen to that.
- Mmm. I'm listening.

[LAUGHING] Yeah, I'm sure Roberta Flack

played it just like that.

So, are you ever gonna tell us
about the meeting

they flew you in for?

First class.

- She fancy now.
- Yeah.

- How'd it go?
- It was good.

Yeah. Sidley Austin, huh?
That's a big-time law firm.

- Yeah, one of the biggest.

So, uh, you still rockin'

- those old slippers, huh, Daddy?
- You know it. That's right.

[MARIAN] That man ain't never
gonna get rid of them,

even though they do stink
to high heaven.

Ha! Just like I always say,
"Use it up. Wear it out."

[BOTH] "Make it do, or do without."

That's right.

So, uh, how long have you been...

Oh, well, uh, two weeks.

It took Medicare a bit,

but they finally got me this chair.

Wish they would get him a motorized one,

but that old hunk of metal
is all they would pay for.

Well, I'll be making money in no time,

so I can get you
whatever chair you need, Daddy.

Uh-uh, uh-uh. I'm not taking
any of my daughter's check.

Daddy, let me do this.


Been hardheaded
since you were in the womb.

Matter of fact,
I've still got the bruises.





Sorry, he's still not here.

[SIGHS] Lord.

I hate it when people aren't punctual,

especially on their first day.

I'm also mad it's the brother
that's gotta be late.

You know? I mean, come on now.
You gotta represent.

- Mm-hmm. [LAUGHS]
- Thanks, Lorraine.

[LORRAINE] Mm-hmm.

- Oh.
- Hey. Sorry.

- Come on in, Mr. Obama.
- Thank you.

Hi, uh, I'm Barack.
Um, my apologies for being late.

Start with these.

- Okay.
- Uh, we'll need all of that

back by tomorrow.

And, uh, Lorraine can show you
to your desk.

Okay. Thanks.

- Nice to meet you.
- Mm-hmm.

Thought I'd get some fresh air too.

Uh... mind if I, uh, join you?

Uh, sure. [CHUCKLES]

I have, uh, two muffins,
if you want one.


Do you always eat
breakfast pastries for lunch?

Uh, it's fun to switch it up sometimes.

Mmm. Well, I eat a salad every day.


I gotta say. You're, uh...

You're a lot more laid-back
than I imagined you'd be.

- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.

The partners made it sound
like I was gonna be mentoring

the next Thurgood Marshall.


Hardly. Just
the light-skinned lawyer part.

Honestly, I think my success at Harvard

has been because I really took
my time before I got there.

Reading too many books for my own good

and organizing here in Chicago.

Oh. Is that right?

Yeah, uh... South Side, mostly.

That's where I grew up.

Yeah, that's where all my people are.

[BARACK] That's...

I envy that.
I'm actually, uh, writing a book

about my search for identity

and not knowing a lot of my family...

Hold up. You're writing a book?

Yeah. That probably sounds so, um...


But, you know, also impressive.

I'll take that as a compliment.

- I mean, okay.

Hey. So I hope you don't mind if
I duck out a little early today.

Meaning you hope I don't mind
you asking my permission

to duck out a little early?

Yep. That's exactly what I meant.

[SCOFFS] Wow. My man's
only been here a few weeks

and already he's slacking off.

I'm sorry. Did you not read
the -page memo I wrote

on corporate governance that all
the partners are raving about?

- I'm making you look good.
- Mm-hmm.

Boy. If you don't get those
broke-ass shoes off my couch...

And you might be impressing
all the partners here

who are dazzled by any Black man
with a vocabulary,

but remember, I'm the one writing

your end-of-summer review
and I know Negroes like you.

Um, so you know,
the reason I wanna leave early

is to help out
one of my old organizer friends.

It's actually over by where you live.

On Euclid, right?

What, are you stalking me?


I listen closely,
intently, passionately.

[SCOFFS] You're so full of shit.

Come out. We never get to hang out.

Besides, it'll be fun.
And it's for a good cause.

I don't know.

I mean, in fact, after
red-lining all these contracts,

all I want is a glass of Zin
and a footbath.

I get that. It's just, I've been
cooped up in Cambridge all year.

It'd be nice to connect with real folks

whose circumstances
could be so much better

if they only knew
how much power they would have

if they lobbied together.

And no one ever wants to tell them that.

Well, good luck with that,
Half-Black Superman.

Um, I will see you

bright and early tomorrow morning, : .

Get outta here.

You're the best boss in Chicago.

You can have influence in this city.

You can make change.

But it means listening to your neighbor,

trusting your neighbor.

It means joining this coalition.


Hi. Sorry.

- Glad you could make it.
- Yeah.

Hello, everyone.

- Hello.
- Hi.

- How are you?
- Who is she?

Uh, it's my boss.

That's what
they're calling it these days?


Out of my league is what they call it.


[BARACK] I know what you're thinking.

"Who are these kids coming in here,

telling us what we want?

With their big old ears. Forget 'em."


But trust me, these kids have heard you.

We know you spend your days on the phone

fighting with these big corporations.

Asking them for medical care

that should not be a privilege,
but a right.

You shouldn't have to fight
to be healthy.

And we can change that. Together.

And not take no for an answer because...

do we wanna settle
for the world as it is,

or do we fight for the world
as it should be?

- [ATTENDEE] Yeah!

dramatic music




- _









[MADAME SOUVESTRE] Eloise. Elizabeth.


[IN ENGLISH] That is Madame Souvestre.

She's the most interesting
person you will ever meet.

I thought we were only
supposed to speak French.

Yes, but you don't
speak French very well.

What makes you say that?

You didn't say anything that whole time.

So, either you struggle
with French or you're shy.


[IN ENGLISH] If Madame Souvestre
thinks we'll be fast friends,

then so we shall. She's always right.















[IN ENGLISH] I'm sure beauty

is what gives
your life meaning, Abigail.

But not all of us have what you have.


Abigail is a young woman
with a keen intellect.

- Just like you are, Eleanor.
- Yes.

But I am not beautiful like Abigail.

According to whom?

My mother.

And was she an expert on the subject?

She was disappointed and ashamed
to have such a plain child.

It sounds like your mother
may have been the plain one.

Ladies. Can we agree
that the idea of beauty

is far more complex than the way
someone's face is arranged?

The color of her eyes,
her hair, her smile.

These things may make
an initial impression,

but it is when we cultivate our mind

that our true beauty is revealed.

The very act of thinking, questioning,

learning, being curious...

That is where our true beauty exists.


- No, I don't believe it.
- It's true, I swear.

I was sent here because
he was sick with embarrassment.

[JANE] Describe exactly what you
saw when you opened the door.

And say it slowly
so we can all picture it.

Well, I was in my room
and it was quite late.

And I heard Mama moaning in pain.

I thought she was ill. Or worse.


[WHISPERS] I walked upstairs...

And I listened right by the door.

She was crying,
and father was making a noise,

- almost like a farm animal.

[EMMA] So, I pried the door open

and I saw them on the bed, stark naked.

- [JANE] What?
- Father was on top of Mama.

And it seemed like he might
crush her with his weight.

And then he suddenly cried out.



So I shrieked.
And that's how they saw me.

- That sounds so frightening.
- [JANE] Yes.

But it can't be like that
for every woman, though.

Perhaps Emma's father is a cruel sort.

Well, I'd like to ask Madame Souvestre,

to get a definitive answer.

- She wouldn't know.
- Why not?

I'm quite sure she is a sapphist.

[WHISPERS] What does that mean?

She only has relations with other women.

[JANE] At least a woman
wouldn't weigh so much.



Graceful. Graceful.
Great. Better, better.

All right. That's beautiful.

Remember, we... Everyone in the store,

they want to be us.
Or they want to marry us.

Great job. Great job. All right.
Let's do it one more time.


Burning the midnight oil, Howard?

I still haven't heard
on the buyer job, Betty.

Well, sales the last two months
have been the highest ever.

And they've only been going up
since I started working

- with the girls.
- Betty.

I couldn't have sung
your praises any louder.

I'm sure the job is yours.
I'll let you know when I know.


Good night.

[BETTY] We both know that
this marriage isn't working.


A petition for divorce?

And all you have to do is sign.

You know I'm not paying you a red cent.

I wouldn't dream of asking you to.

Now, who do you think is
gonna want a divorced woman?

You're gonna end up alone.

Well, that's a chance I'll have to take.


I, uh... I wouldn't have
taken you for a cone guy.

Always. They're better
for the environment.

- And you know what else?
- What?

It's a container you can eat!
How great is that?

You're such a giant geek.
You know that, right?

Yeah, I'm fully aware.

Uh, I'm really glad
you came the other night.

Mmm, me too.

You were great up there.

You really, um... Believe in all of it?


So much in our lives is political.

Education, health, employment.

This park. Everything.

Is your ice cream political?

Does your environmentally friendly cone

make you a liberal
and my cup a conservative?

Hey, you said it.

[SCOFFS] Oh, fool, please.

I don't know.
Politics is just not for me.

And public speaking?

You know, I flunked
my last exam in high school

so I didn't have to give
the valedictory speech.

- Come on.
- No, seriously.

The performance of it, ah...

So, um...

one of those ladies asked if,
uh, you were my girl.

I'm nobody's girl.


You're ridiculous.

You are incandescent.

I want to see you more.



Oh, look. It's gonna rain.
Don't you love it?

Uh, no.

What, is that what
those Harvard white girls do?

You know, this hair, rain, it don't mix.

I'm parked right over there.

- Come on. Hurry.

[BARACK] All right. Hurry.
I got the door. Hold on.

- Oh! Go, go, go, go, go!
- All right. You got it? Get in.

Whoo! [LAUGHS]

God, I'm soaked.

[SIGHS] Oh, God.


I didn't know you were driving
Fred Flintstone's car.

Doesn't that scare the shit out of you?

Nah, it keeps me grounded.
I can literally see the ground.

Oh, really? What, you give
that line to all the girls?

Yeah, I get so many girls
in this b*at-up thing

- that they're just lining up.

Believe me.

So, uh, what's your end goal?

Making partner?

Uh, opening up your own practice?

Get a car with a floor?

- Uh, end goal? Um...

Yeah. What kind of...


Well, uh... Whoo.

Yes, hello. Is Mr. Ford
available by any chance?

This is... This is Betty.

[SECRETARY] I'm sorry, ma'am.
He's gone for the day.


♪ Grab your coat and get your hat ♪

♪ Leave your worry on the doorstep ♪

♪ Just direct your feet ♪

♪ To the sunny side of the street ♪

♪ Can't you hear a pitter-pat? ♪

♪ And that happy tune is your step... ♪

Hi. This is Betty Bloomer
calling for Mr. Ford.

Just one minute.


This is Jerry.

Hi. Hi. This is Betty.

Is... Is now a good time?

Hey, Betty. I'm actually
kinda swamped right now.

Can I call you back in a little bit?

Yes. Yes, of course.
Of course, that's fine.

Well, great. Talk to you soon.

♪ I used to walk in the shade ♪

♪ With those blues on parade ♪

Well, since you asked me,
this one is my favorite.

Have you seen these cluster pearls?

Yes, I have. Have you seen these?

Ford and Buchen Law Office.

Hi, yeah, uh, is Mr. Ford there?
It's Betty Bloomer.

I'm sorry. He's not here.

- Are you sure?
- Yes, I'm sure.

- Hey. I got it!
- Wow!

- [EUGENE] I can't believe it!
- Congratulations, Eugene.

- [EUGENE] Thank you. Thank you.
- Wow!

Eugene got the buyers job, Howard?

Give me a second, Marty.

Betty, this came from way above my head.

You couldn't have sung
my praises any louder?

- Was that even true?
- Yeah. Mostly.


Ah... Marty. Yeah,
I'm gonna have to call you back.

[SIGHS] Look.

You're a young woman.

The second I give you this job,
you start having kids.

Taking weekends and months off.

Then we realize we probably
should have hired

someone else in the first place.

Well, I could have done
this job pregnant

since you're doing it sitting
on that fat ass of yours.


[BETTY] Not only did I make the mistake

of listening to your advice,

I stupidly believed you

when you said you were going
to be there for me.

I'm guessing you only said
those things for one reason.

Well, congratulations.

You're like every other man out there.

I hope you're pleased
with yourself, Mr. Jerry...

"Thinks he's God's gift" Ford.

- Yes.
- And when the new collections

are gonna start,
then we have to get ready.


[BETTY] Okay,
so I think we should get here

at : a.m. tomorrow,
and then will you lock up?

- All right. Good night, guys.
- Good night, Betty!


I... I received your letter.

So, I...

I just... I wanted
to tell you how sorry I was.

I tried calling you. Where were you?

Sometimes with work,
I just get so focused

and days go by, you know?

I... In this case, it was too many days.

I'm sorry.

Look, I...

Look, I've never met a woman like you.

Okay? I don't wanna lose you.

Will you give me another chance, Betty?

Just give me one more sh*t.


You have to call me.

Yeah, I will.

I'll call you every night if you let me.

Every afternoon too.

I'm gonna go call you right now.




Yes, hello.
May I please speak with Betty?

That depends. Who's calling?

This is her future husband.

Um, I'm sorry.

Betty is unavailable at the moment.

So what do you want to do today?
Go to the park or get married?

I'm kinda on the fence.

Definitely the park.

You sure?

Have fun at work. Talk to you later.



- Hello?

- Betty?
- Jerry?

I'm in here.

Hi. Are those for me?


Could I convince you to come join me?

I don't know.
Men don't take baths, Betty.

Too bad for men.

- You're not gonna fit.
- Too late. Hey, I'm getting in.


What a mess!

Hey, you invited me.

So, you know that question
that you've been asking me.

The one about getting married?


I'd love to become
your wife, Jerry Ford.



[FRASER] Now, honey,
there's no use fussing.

Daddy, this is ridiculous.

We've been here for over three hours,

and I've seen people get called
in who got here after us.

Welcome to hospitals.


I'm going to see what's going on.

Excuse me, you see my father over there?

He's clearly in a lot of pain
and this is an emergency room.

And I'm wondering why
there's no sense of urgency

in getting him treated
as quickly as possible?

As you can see, a lot of people
are in the same boat.

He'll be seen when his name
is called. Be patient.

Okay, look. I understand
how waiting rooms work.

What I don't get is why folks
who got here after us

are getting seen before him.

Depends on your insurance.

f*cking HMO.

Okay. Okay. Fine.

How much will it cost to get
my dad seen right now?

Give me a number.
I may not look like it to you,

but I actually make a lot of money.

That's not how it works.

[FRASER] It's all right,
sweetie. I can wait.

Come sit next to your dad.



Chicken Parmesan from Spiaggia
for... milady.

Thank you.

What's wrong, baby?

It's my dad.

They, uh, want to keep him
in the hospital longer.

Oh, Mich... Oh, I'm sorry.

[SIGHS] I just... Ugh, I can't.

Shit. I just didn't
really think anything

could ever stop my daddy, you know?

[SIGHS] I'm sorry.

Yeah, I don't know what we'll do.

He's a remarkable man,

and he raised a brave,
remarkable daughter.

Well, he doesn't think
you're half bad either.

Yeah, I don't think
I'm really brave enough

to see him like this, you know?


You are the hardest-loving
person I know.

I mean, that's why I, uh...

I know that you're... the one.

You mean... the one?

Yeah, I'm sorry. I didn't mean
to make it about that.

But that's, uh...

that's just how I feel, though.

Me too.




[BUTLER] The president
shall be with you shortly.

- Uncle Teddy.
- There she is.

Ah. Let me take a look at you.

Why, you're all grown up, Nel!


Only you call me that.


- Thank you.
- Thank you.

I was ordered home by Grandmother

to attend this inane coming out party.

- Ah, yes, your debut.
- Yes.

My education was cruelly
cut short for a dance.

I read that you dined
with Booker T. Washington.


What was it like
to have dinner with such a man?

It was just like dining
with anyone else.

- Ah. Thank you.
- [THEODORE] Thank you.

So, Nel, what do you plan to do

with this fine partial education
you've received?

Help those who are less fortunate.

Those who don't have the luxury

of Allenswood to introduce them
to the world.

Seems this Madame Souvestre
has made quite the impression.

Oh. Yes.

And to answer your question,

what I plan to do is teach,

and what I plan not to do

is participate in this absurd ritual

of putting on a frilly dress

to try to attract a suitable husband.

So, you'll become a brilliant,
accomplished spinster.

No children, no family.

Madame Souvestre doesn't have a husband,

and look what she has accomplished.


Life is about relationships.

Not just romantic ones,
but all sorts of alliances

that can help us along the way.

You never know who you may meet

at even the dreariest of functions.

So I say put on the dress and go.

- Is that your advice?
- Mmm.

At the very least, it'll give
you something to write about.

Your letters show great promise.



- Luke. Good to see you.
- Oh, hello.


One second.




Wait. [LAUGHS]

You were the terrible cousin

who used to carry me around
when I was little,

and I didn't... I didn't like it.

- Terrible fifth cousin.
- Yes.

You don't like dancing?

Oh, I don't like mindless rituals

that force a girl to be at the whims

of young men she barely knows.

Oh, I'm sure you know
more people than you think.

Well, I've been studying abroad
for three years.

I see.

Why did you come, then?

My uncle thought I should.

Your uncle... Theodore, the president?


Hmm. Sorry, I didn't realize

he had time to weigh in on such matters.

Oh, the president chooses
his time very carefully.


What have you got so far?


I don't let anyone read my work
until it's finished.

Hmm. You know, I dabble a bit myself.

I write for The Harvard Crimson.

Oh! What do you cover?

Whatever they'll print.

In fact, one time,
I covered your uncle Teddy.

I'm told I may even have a sh*t
at editor next year, so...

Franklin, come on, the party's upstairs.




We both know I'm too plain
for you, Franklin.

On the contrary.

I think it's quite clear
you are the opposite of plain.

In fact, I'm certain you are
the least plain person

at this entire event.

Maybe the least plain person
that I have ever met.

The only worry I have

is that I may be too plain for you.

So, what do you say?

One dance.

No, thank you.



[BARACK] I may need a few minutes.

Uh, that mac and cheese was the truth.

Ah. Well, wait till
you try the pie. Pecan.

My dad's favorite.

He just could not stay away from it.

[LAUGHS] Might need
you to save me a piece, Mom.

- [MARIAN] Aw.
- I love you.

- Love you too.
- I'll see y'all later, okay?

Bye, Craig. Tell Janis I said hello.

- Yeah, will do.
- [MICHELLE] Mm-hmm.

Let me help you with that, Marian.

[MARIAN] Oh, thank you.

No, no, no, no. I'll help your mom.

Give you a chance to, uh,
finish your case prep.

Okay. Look at this gentleman over here.


Um, we've been talking a lot
about future things.

Oh. Okay.

So, uh...

You think, since
I've made it this long, uh...

You think, uh, she'd marry me?

Young man...

are you asking me for
my daughter's hand in marriage

- right here and now?
- I suppose I am.

I mean, I thought I'd
at least run it by you.

If Fraser were still here...

he'd know better than to answer
anything on behalf of Michelle,

and I'm no dummy either.

You're gonna have to ask her yourself.


Now? No.



[THEODORE] Ah, beautiful.
Absolutely beautiful.

Your father would be so proud.

I wish he was here to see this.

My dear Eleanor,

no other success in life,

not the presidency or anything else,

compares with the love
between a man and wife.

Now, I believe you and Franklin
love each other unselfishly,

and I know good fortune
will attend you both.

You're a good girl.

Shall we?


[PEG] You're allowed to breathe, Betty.

I don't know why I'm so nervous.

[HORTENSE] Maybe it's because
your future husband

felt the need to work
on the morning of his wedding.

[PEG] Jerry Ford. He's going places.

He's here.
He's here, he's here, he's here.

Mom, you look beautiful.



Oh, Craig, you're wearing
Dad's old bow tie.

"Use it up, wear it out."

"Make it do, or do without."


Mmm. I'm so proud of you.

- Thank you.
- Shall we?



♪ Oh, yeah, baby ♪

♪ Like a fool I went
and stayed too long ♪

♪ Now I'm wondering
if your love's still strong ♪

♪ Ooh, baby, here I am ♪

♪ Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours ♪

♪ Then that time I
went and said goodbye ♪

♪ Now I'm back and not ashamed to cry ♪

♪ Ooh, baby, here I am ♪

♪ Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours ♪

♪ Here I am, baby ♪

♪ Oh, you got my future in your hands ♪

♪ Here I am, baby ♪

♪ Oh, you got my future in your hands ♪

♪ I've done a lot of foolish things ♪

♪ That I really didn't mean... ♪


I got it!

♪ Oh, baby ♪

♪ Seen a lot of things
in this old world ♪

♪ When I touch them
they mean nothing, girl ♪

To the Roosevelts!

♪ Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours ♪

♪ I'm yours ♪

♪ Ooh-wee, baby you
set my soul on f*re ♪

♪ That's why I know
you're my heart's only desire ♪

♪ Ooh, baby, here I am ♪

♪ Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours ♪

♪ Here I am, baby ♪

♪ Oh, you got my future
in your hands, baby ♪

♪ Oh, you got my future
in your hands, baby ♪
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