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The registration number of Justin's car is 3PCI371.
Kevin, Kitty, Nora and Justin walking out from jail
Justin All the girls came to get me that's cool, where's Sarah?
Kevin Kitty, he's sitting in the back with you.
Justin No seriously, thanks for bringing the whole family, I mean my day wasn't bad enough.
Kevin They were worried about you.
Justin Oh, and you had to do the right thing right, 'cause Kevin always does the right thing, except sleep with women...
Kitty Justin, could you shut up for 10 seconds!
Kevin If you didn't want my help, why did you ask?
Justin 'Cause I was in jail, I figured I should the family lawyer I mean, that's what you are right?
Nora If your father could see this behavior!
Justin He'd what? Judge me? Tell me to get a job?
Nora He'd be so dissapointed!
Justin Dissapointed? Who the hell is he to be dissapointed? He's the dissapointment!
Nora What does that mean?
Justin Forget it...
Nora Your father loved you more than anything on earth you little spoiled brat!
Justin Do you know what "love" means in this family? It means you suck!
Kevin Get in the car!
Justin It means nothing you do will be good enough!
Nora Oh, you ungrateful child! You don't care about anyone but yourself, how did you get that way? You know what loosing your father has done to me, and yet you take your life and throw it around like it was worthless, why?
Justin 'Cause I wish I was dead! Don't you understand that? I wish I died over there, mom!
Nora Well you didn't die! And I'll be damned if I'll stand around and watch you kill yourself!
Nora starts to cry and Kitty comforts her
Kitty: Enough, enough, mom. It's enough.
Justin: God, you guys are so freakin' serious...
(Nora, Kitty, Kevin and Justin are all staring at the Pacific Ocean)
Kevin: So which route should we take back, the pretty or the fast?
Nora & Kitty: Fast!
Kevin: Mm hm.
Justin: The pretty.
(Kitty, Kevin and Nora glance at Justin in surprise, before the four of them get into the car)
(Justin and Kitty are sitting on a bed together)
Kitty: You know what's nice about road trips?
Justin: This is a road trip?
Kitty: They have these coffee shops that serve breakfast all night. You want?
Justin: I want breakfast. All night.
(Nora sits down on the bed opposite to the one Kevin's sitting on and stares at the TV)
Nora: What are we watching?
Nora: Those meerkats are wearing no clothes! Give me the clicker, now!
Kevin: Ok, fine, but no cooking programs!
Nora: Give me the clicker! (Takes the remote from Kevin)
(Nora approaches the police desk with a reluctant Kitty)
Nora: Hi. I'm Justin's mother, and this is his big sister Kitty. Kitty Walker, of The Right Idea and Red, White and Blue.
Police Officer Duncan: You're kidding?
Police Officer Duncan: (Laughs) You're her?
Kitty: I am … me, yes.
Police Officer Duncan: I love your show!
Kitty: And we're not asking to be the exception here.
Nora: Yes we are.
Kitty: No we're not
Nora: (whispers) Yes, yes.
Kitty: (whispers) No, no.
Nora: Yes, we are.
(In the background) Kevin: No we're not.
Kitty: We're not.
Nora: We are.
(Next scene we see Justin has been released from lock-up)
(In the car with Nora, Kevin and Kitty, driving to pick up Justin)
Kitty: Do you ever stop and think that some of this could possibly be your fault?
Nora: What? What? What? I - I - I was too permissive?
Kitty: No, no, no, no. I'm not talking about the liberal child-rearing sense mom. You blame everybody but yourself. You go out of your way. It's me, it's Kevin, it's Dad. Well, where were you in the picture? Do you ever think about that?
(Uncomfortable silence in the car)
Nora: I don't see any ocean out there. This is a terrible place to come to.
Noah: Sarah, is your hand bleeding?
(Sarah removes her hand from the glass she's holding and reads the smudged writing).
Sarah: Oh God! Oh God! Oh I suck!
Sarah: Hawaii. My daughter is Hawaii. Noah, I'll call okay?
Nora: This is dumb, hanging out here waiting for him.
Kitty: Well, do you really want to go on a tour of a video arcade or a two dollar movie theatre? He could be hiking in Griffith Park for all we know.
Nora: I know, I know.
Kitty: You should've put one of those things they put on dogs so you can track 'em.
Kevin: Did anyone ever ask you to lie?
Scotty: Oh my God. Oh my God. You're gay.
Kevin: If you could answer the question. 'Cause these guys have lawyers that will shred you.
Scotty: I'm not going to be prepped anymore until you admit you're a gay.
Kevin: Yeah, yeah, I mean I'm "a gay".
Noah: (To Sarah) Hi, it's Noah. The guy you used to work with, remember?
Kevin: All personal assets go to mom, and if and when mom dies…
Nora: Thank you for the "if" Kevin. That was really sweet.
Sarah: What do you suggest we do Saul?
Saul: I'm suggesting we do what families do: we stick together. We rebuild. We go back to where we were. We repay the debt together … and move on. Together, as a family.
Sarah: As a family of criminals? No, no, I won't. I won't do that.
Saul: Ok, ok. Well, we have to go to your mother's.
Sarah: Yeah. Let's see what else the man left us.
Nora: What time is everybody else getting here? I don't know why you had to make such a big deal out of this reading of the will. You could have just emailed everybody.
Kevin: That's the way it's done. That's the way dad wanted it, so (picks up one of Kitty's boxes.) God, what she have in here, the original Federalist papers?
(Moves box to the other room)
Nora: (muttering) Probably.
Nora: I have this idea. I think you should move in too. And then the house would be really, really alive.
(Kevin stares at her in disbelief)
Nora: I'm kidding.
Kevin: Oh good God.
Nora: I am kidding you.
Kevin: Don't do that!
Kevin: So, any plans for this afternoon?
Nora: You know, it is so funny. The minute the funeral was over, then virtually every single conversation of the past three weeks has contained some variation of 'Are you keeping busy, are you filling your days, are you moving on?'
Kevin: So are you?
Nora: Yes! Yes! Sometimes. And then sometimes it gets very, very quiet.
Kitty: There's just no escaping him in this house.
Kevin: No, there never was.
Kitty: You know, I lived in New York for so long, I barely saw him. I shouldn't be missing him this much.
Kevin: Of course you should. It's only been three weeks.
Kitty: Three weeks. God!
Kevin: You sure you want to stay here?
Kitty: Yeah. Yeah, I have to. Mom needs me. Oh my God, I have so much stuff!
Kevin: I know. I'm starting to wonder why Jonathan got into break-up.
Kitty: We are not broken up Kevin! This is just us giving each other a little space. He wants me to be here and he wants me to do the show.
Kevin: Sure he does. So when does the show start anyway?
Kitty: Tomorrow. We're discussing ballot-tampering in the swing states. You better watch it.
Kevin: Wow. Who said politics isn't sexy?
(Sarah finding out that the party store is out of grass skirts)
Storekeeper: Look I'm sorry, they're weirdly popular. I can order you one.
Sarah: Yeah, yeah... Why don't you do that. That would be great. Because they'll get here in what... nine weeks? Which is just in time for my daughter's recital which is tomorrow. It's the minimum basic requirements that a party store always have Hawaii. Children have recitals and their parents.. their mothers can't do it all and we rely on our party store to keep up the end of the bargain so that our husbands and our children don't despise us when we come home empty hands.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic - Poslední vůle (Last Will)
On the Radio by Andy Stochansky (when Sarah and Noah are having a drink)
Everything'll Be Alright by Joshua Radin (while Kitty and Kevin are sitting on the motel beds)
Throw Me a Rope by KT Tunstall (during the funeral)
Heart of the Matter a Don Henley cover by India Arie(at the end of the episode)
Ron Rifkin and Patricia Wettig have worked with each other before; they had a storyline together in the third season of Alias.
Salesman: It's like Sophie's Choice in here.
The 1982 movie Sophie's Choice stars Meryl Streep as Sophie, a mother who is forced by the Nazi's to choose which of her children will live and which of them will die immediately.
Thirtysomething Inches: The name of the pornographic movie Kevin mentions references the title of the hit TV show "thirtysomething" which starred both "Brothers & Sisters" series producer Ken Olin and co-star Patricia Wettig who plays Holly Harper. The two are also married in real life.
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