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Brandon, you better give me|your toothbrush and stuff - if you want me to pack them for you.|- I'll be right there. I hope you're not finding|more stuff to take. Your half the bag is already full. - Brandon, are you okay?|- Yeah. What is that? It's my lucky hat. I'm sorry, Brandon,|but that is one nerdy-looking thing. Come on, I think it's cool. Well, maybe to a beaver. Brandon, you have got|to do something about your friend. Who, Steve? Yes, he is unpacking|Donna's suitcases. He says she's exceeded|her luggage allowance. Yeah, I'll see what I can do. Why is Steve so uptight? There's more than enough room|for six people in that van. Try seven. My mother's|making me bring David. David Silver, David?|Are you serious? His dad and my mom are going away|for the weekend. - Oh, that does sound serious.|- Yeah. So instead of staying home alone,|he has to tag along with us. Well, Kel, it might not be so bad. Yeah, he'll probably videotape|the whole trip for us. Oh, right. Yosemite: The Movie. Well, at least we can show Dylan|what he missed out on. He's not coming? No, since his mom moved back|from Hawaii. He just doesn't want|to cut out on her. He wants to make sure|she's all settled in. Donna, nobody takes shoulder pads|on a camping trip. Brandon, tell him|to give them back to me. And she doesn't need 16 bags|of makeup, okay? - Steve is not my father-|- Don't you understand- Hey, hey, hey. Now, Donna,|Steve does have a good point. - Thank you.|- You'll never wear half this stuff. And as far as I'm concerned,|you never need makeup anyway. Well, thank you. Now, let's get going, all right? We're gonna have a great time|once we get on the road. Dylan, what's the rumpus? Hey, nice wheels,|for a mobile home. Oh, yeah? She's got everything. Four-wheel drive, cruise control,|removable seats. If it had a john, we could live in it. Send me a postcard, man. Thanks for the bags. Dylan, sorry you're not coming|with us, man. Oh, it's probably better anyway. My mom said|that my planetary alignment is in severe disarray. Is that contagious? It must be. She's gotta go|to the desert this weekend. I'm not invited. So much for quality time with Mom. Are you okay with that? Are you kidding, man? I am so sick|of her cosmic mumbo jumbo. So, Jones, come with us. - Come on.|- I don't think so. Wait, wait a second Just got a message|from my cosmic advisor. Your planets need aligning muy pronto|in the Yosemite Valley. I swear it. - I don't know-|- No, hey, now. The planets get very touchy|when you argue with them. Since you put it that way - I gotta get my jacket.|- Cool, I'll get you some gear. Captain Steve, make room|for one more. McKay's coming with. Oh, great. I'll just rearrange|a few hundred bags. Okay, be extra careful|on those steep hiking trails. - We will.|- And be sure to head back to the camp well before dark. - We will.|- And make sure those boys stay on top of you. When you're hiking, that is. Mom, don't worry.|Dylan's not even coming. Oh, yes, he is. - He is? Since when?|- Since now. Here, open up this bag. Brandon, it's too full. Well, you don't want Dylan|to go naked, do you? Or do you? Let's just see what we can do. Brandon,|where is your sister already? If we don't leave soon, we'll never|make it to camp before dark. Steve, you gotta get over|this rush-hour mentality of yours. I keep trying to tell you,|think vacation, think fun. Think, "Let's go. " I'll get her. Need a hand? Yes. I always knew you'd turn out|to be good for something. Well, when you figure out what it is,|let me know. You're very sensitive these days. Maybe I shouldn't be going. You have to go. Why do I have to go? Because I just repacked|this whole thing for you. Because I want you to go. You won't feel a little weird|with me there? Why should I feel weird? I mean, this is a completely platonic|trip. Separate cabins, boys and girls. Listen, it'll do you good|to get away with some friends. It'll be fun. You know, you and your brother,|you're like twins, or something. I'm coming! - Let's go.|- Yeah. All right. All right, everybody listen up. Brandon's got a little announcement|to make and then we're out of here.|Come on, come on, don't be shy. I know I don't have to remind any of|you that school starts next week. So let's get a little national park spirit|going here, and focus in on the fact that we're all|young, free, healthy, wealthy and wise, and about to embark on probably|the most righteous journey of our lives thus far. Let's get busy. Ninety-nine bottles of beer on the wall|Ninety-nine bottles of beer David, not that one, please. How about Yosemite here we come Right back where we started from The flowers, the flowers|They bloom in the spring Birdies singin' everything Sun shines bright|So don't be late So anyone know|any good rain songs? Look at that. Who in the world would|come here for their honeymoon? I don't know, maybe a duck or a frog? I cannot believe you forgot|to check the weather report. I didn't forget to check|the weather report. I just didn't believe|the weather report. God, I'm freezing. I'd give you my coat,|but it's a little wet. Well, if Mr. Good Samaritan|over there hadn't have us stop|to change old bozo's tyre, I think we would've been|through the Tioga Pass before the highway patrol|closed the roads. Hey, come on, guys,|this is a minor setback. - Remember, guys, we're on vacation.|- Vacation. Okay, there is good news|and there is bad news. Good news, please. The good news|is there's one cabin left. What's the bad news? Well, at least I negotiated|a reduced room rate. You got what you paid for. The accommodations,|though sparse, have got an undeniably|rustic ambience. Turn that thing off already. Hey, come on, you guys,|it's not that bad. Well, yeah, if you don't mind|the smell of mildew. There aren't enough beds.|Where are we all gonna sleep? Hey, we'll get it worked out. We've all got our own sleeping bags,|remember? Great, the floor's wet though. Okay, maybe it'll dry|if we get a fire going. Well, not with this wood. It's soaked. I need a good hot bath. - Don't count on it, Kelly.|- No tub? No hot water. Oh, and be careful|with the toilet seat, it's got splinters. Oh, terrific. Oh, my God! Oh, my God!|Oh, my God! Over there. Over there.|A big spider. - A big one.|- Okay. Sorry, Charlotte. You are history. I've had some bad experiences|with spiders. It's okay. I feel the exact same way|about rodents. Maybe there's some bug spray|under the counter Oh, my God. Oh, my God. That's it, you guys are right.|This place is terrible. What's the matter, Bren? Mousetrap under the sink. - Empty or full?|- Empty. But the cheese was nibbled. Oh, my God. Then what's the problem, Bren?|There's no mouse. Look, you guys, I'm gonna go get|some dry firewood, make a fire, warm this place up|as soon as I change my clothes, especially my shoes. Bren, where are my hiking boots? By the bed. Where? By my bed. In my room in our house, where I really sort of wish|I was right now. You left my hiking boots|by your bed? My perfectly broken in,|dry hiking boots by your bed? So now I have to climb up Half Dome|in sopping wet, slippery tennis shoes, because you left my hiking boots|by your bed? I just have one question. What's that? Are we having fun yet? Soggy sandwiches. - Soggy muffins.|- Soggy cheese balls. Well, at least we're consistent. I wish they had a TV Guide here. Donna, there's no TV. I know, but I just like to know|what I'm missing. What I'm missing is music. I can't believe|nobody brought a CD player. I almost forgot. All right, Donna comes through|in the clutch. And you were hassling her|about bringing too much luggage. That's only good|for one person, Donna. Well, we could take turns. That's stupid. Not as stupid as driving hundreds|of miles through a rainstorm. - Hey, where are you going, man?|- Beer run. - I'm gonna liven up this joint.|- Steve, forget it. - Brandon, come on.|- Don't look at me, partner. My drinking days are over. - Dylan?|- You know he doesn't drink. Why are you trying to tempt him? Excuse me, I can answer for myself. Not this time, man. - I'll go.|- What would your dad say? Hey, leave him alone. Not everybody in this party's|got to be a deadbeat. You know, you guys|make a perfect pair. Mutt and Jeff. You know, you say|you don't want any now, but when I break out the six-packs,|you'll all be begging for a brewski. If you can get any. Which really isn't likely. If I say I'll deliver, I'll deliver. Let's go. - I'll go too.|- Donna? For the ride. Don't encourage him, all right? There's something I need to get|while we're out. - Like what?|- Yeah, like what? A feminine product, okay? Is everyone happy now? Hey, it's too bad you guys|can't get me a new pair of hiking boots|while you're at it. Look, it was an oversight|and I said I was sorry. What about my lucky hat?|Was that an oversight too? How'd you expect me|to fit everything in when you had me pack|all those extra clothes for? Hey, I'm sorry,|I shouldn't have come. That way you'd have your lucky charm|instead of a cosmic jinx. Dylan, where are you going? To get a soda, if you don't mind. What I said about the clothes,|I didn't mean it. Okay, forget it. And listen, about the beer,|why did you say, "Not this time"? - What are you, my mother?|- I'm just worried about you, that's all. Oh, well, you are definitely|not my mother. Look, if we're gonna salvage|this weekend, all of us need to mellow out a little bit,|including you. I just don't feel like being the life|of the party, okay? That's okay, just try not|to be the death of it. - Hi.|- Hi. This is going to sound|like I'm asking for spare change, but do you, by any chance,|have an extra quarter? - Sure.|- Thank you, thanks a lot. You aren't, by any chance,|on your honeymoon, are you? Not too obvious, huh? Yeah, we saw your car. Oh, Neil, you didn't have to do that. Oh, yes, I did. I missed you. Do you have a quarter, sweetheart?|I had to borrow one from - What's your name?|- Brenda, and this is Dylan. I'm Alison|and this is my husband, Neil. Do you like the sound of that, honey?|My husband, Neil. Music to my ears. Let's go back to our cabin|and you can sing it to me. Nice meeting you, Brenda. Hey, aren't you guys bummed|that you got stuck here? Oh, yeah.|Aren't you bummed, honey? Devastated. What a jerk. Who does this country hick|think he is? I think he said he was the owner. Oh, yeah? Well, he doesn't know|diddly about running a business. Why else wouldn't he sell me|a six-pack at twice the price? Because you're underage? Time for plan B. The front man. Excuse me, folks. I was wondering if maybe|you could help me out of a jam. They'll never go for it.|They're, like, grandparents. Steve knows what he's doing. That was quick. We're in. How? Well, I just turned on the charm, told him he could keep the change|from the 50. Do you have any 7 s? Go fish. Picked a seven.|That's another book. No, no, no, move that log over. No, the one in front. Andrea, I know how to build a fire,|all right? Well, so far, I don't see any. Why don't you add|some newspaper? Andrea, please. How many fires have you built|in your lifetime? I've built a fire before, Brandon. Well, I've built many fires,|possibly hundreds of fires. - Excuse me.|- Probably thousands of fires. The problem is we don't have|any dry wood. Well, young fire starter,|why don't you go get some from the newlyweds next door?|I mean, they have plenty. Well, why didn't you say so?|Come on. You can't just barge in|on their honeymoon. We're not gonna barge.|We'll knock first. Brandon. If we don't get some heat in here,|we're all gonna die from hypothermia. Hi, sorry, we don't mean|to bother you. On this night, of all nights. But do you have any dry firewood|you could spare? - Well, you know-|- Oh, sure, come on in. Thanks. Well, looks like you got|the deluxe cabin. I bet you even have hot water, huh? Neil was about to make a toast.|Will you join us? Oh, honey, I- We really don't want to intrude. Oh, you poor things. How about some hot chocolate? Oh, babe, I- Cheers. Hey, Steve,|isn't that your couple over there? David, they haven't come out yet.|We've been here the whole time. Maybe they snuck out the back? Hey, where the hell are you going? You got my $50! So even though we knew each other|in high school, we were just friends,|acquaintances, really. But when I bumped into Neil|in Cambridge- - You went to Harvard?|- B.U. - Alison's the brain, not me.|- Stop, I am not. Anyway, something clicked, and we knew we were meant|to be together. No doubts, huh?|No sneaky little feelings you were making|a heinous mistake? - Brandon.|- What? No, I understand what he means.|How can you be sure it'll last forever? You can't. You've just gotta go|with your gut instinct. What feels right. Don't you think so, honey? Absolutely. Maybe we should demonstrate. Honey. Can I get you|some more hot chocolate? No, actually,|we're expected back next door. Oh, right. Right. Thanks for the wood- I swear, it was like|they were con artists or something. And you were|the innocent victim, right? - Hey, I hate to say I told you so, but-|- No, hey, go ahead, I'm a jerk. Come on, I wouldn't go that far. I would. I even forgot to get food. It's okay. I'm developing a taste|for soggy cheese puffs. Man, I can't wait till I'm 21. Why, so you can buy beer?|Big deal. Don't you wish you were older? Sometimes, but I'm really not in a rush|to be out on my own anymore. It's gotta be better|than where we're at now. Everyone saying you can't do|something because you're too young. Or you can't dance in this club. Or you can't watch this movie. Can't vote in an election, even though you might know more|than your parents. Who don't vote anyway. Well, my parents vote. - Yeah, but they're different.|- Very different. They're the exception. It's like they've|discovered the meaning of life. And what is the meaning of life,|oh, Cosmic Steve? I haven't got a clue. You said it. - Oh, like you do?|- Yeah. It's love. Yeah, love. Love makes the world|go around, right? She's right. Well, I can't prove it empirically, but, I don't know, there seems|to be a heightened awareness experienced by people in love|that transcends the physical plane. But it won't buy you dinner|when you're hungry. So, what are you trying to say?|That life is just about money? Survival. That's it. Getting by. How romantic. Love just gets in the way. Confuses people. Makes them scattered. I don't think those newlyweds|next door would agree. I mean, they seemed|pretty focused to me. Yeah, focused on a horizontal plane. You're so immature. No, wait, wait, Andrea,|so, what's your point? If you're not in love,|you're somewhat a lesser specie? Look, all she's trying to say|is that Alison and Neil are able to tune out the rain and cold|and be at one with each other. And each and every one of us|would be lucky if we could find someone|like that to rely on. Excuse me. Alison, what's wrong? Is something wrong with Neil? Yes, he's a stupid idiot. I don't want to impose|but do you guys have room for one more in here tonight? Divorce? Don't you think|that's a little drastic? Maybe you're right. We'll get an annulment. Oh, God. Does Neil feel the same way? Who cares?|He's a fool and I hate his guts. The transcendence of love|has again been transcended. So much for your theory, ladies. Alison, I don't understand,|I mean, what went wrong? The *** got me pregnant. So? He married you, didn't he? Steve, shut up. I didn't know I was pregnant|before last week. I was planning to tell him tonight, until I found out he doesn't ever|wanna have children. This is great.|We don't even need a TV. We have Days of our Lives|right here, in the flesh. Well, actually, it's a little more|like Young and the Restless. Hi, is my wife here, by any chance? Oh, hello, Ricky, come on in. Lucy is talking to Ethel|right over there. Alison, Alison Excuse me,|I have to use the restroom. What did I do? Man's eternal question. You don't know? We were just talking|and she blew up on me. You would've thought I told her I'd|slept with her best friend or something. No, it's not that at all, you see,|she's upset because- David, I think we should let Alison|discuss this with him. - Discuss what with him?|- It's kind of personal. So she told you guys? I gotta get this on film. I don't get it. I just don't get this. Whatever you do,|don't go begging for forgiveness. I hate to see a grown man grovel. Hey, why should I?|I didn't do anything wrong. Absolutely, so stick to your guns. I agree. You gotta hang tough|on this one, buddy. Brandon, how can you say that?|You know what the problem is. That's exactly my point.|How come we know and he doesn't? Really? So obviously, there is a small|communication breakdown on her side, don't you think? Oh, Alison, honey,|can we go now, please? Will someone please tell him|that he can go whenever he likes? Oh, come on, Allie. Don't you think it would be better|to talk things out? Thank you. I think you said it all before. What? What did I say? Why are you making me do this|in front of strangers? Why not? You're as much a stranger|to me as they are. Sorry, could you guys|get a little closer together? I can't get you both in the shot. Do you mind? Excuse me. Allie, honey, at the risk of sounding|like a sexist pig, I have to ask. Is it that time of the month? Look, Neil, considering|Alison's frame of mind, I think that you should let her|stay where she is for the time being. Great, now I'm getting marital|counselling from the teenagers. There he goes|with that you're-too-young mentality. It never fails. Well, what do you know about it?|Have you ever been married before? No, but a lot of us|have been through a divorce. - Two divorces.|- And a trial separation. And since we've been through it,|we can tell you, it's no fun. Well, hey, I don't want a divorce. Tell it to her, if she ever comes out|of the bathroom again. Yeah. Take a seat. So anybody know|any good divorce songs? What? Are all your parents divorced? Well, no, mine aren't, but Mine are, his are, his are,|hers aren't, theirs aren't, and his are. I can hardly remember what it's like to have my mom and dad|both living in the same house. How old were you|when they split up? I was 3 and a half. I was 5. How old were you, Dylan?|About 6, right? So? No big deal. I mean, better to split up than spend|the rest of your life fighting. Well, it was a big deal to me. When I was young I can remember, whenever I'd meet a new friend|whose parents were divorced, I'd always think,|"Hey, she's a nice girl. It's not her fault|that her dad moved out. " I guess I kind of reassured myself|that it wasn't my fault. I know. I used to think|that if I hadn't made too much noise so early in the morning,|maybe things could've been different. Well, I know I didn't cause my parents|to split up. I could see it coming. That's because you were 14. No, it's because my dad|became a jerk. David, it's not that simple. Well, you know what they say.|It takes two to tangle. It's tango. It takes two to tango. My mom was pretty patient|with him. But she started getting tired|of waiting for his midlife crisis to end. Hey, guys, I know divorce|is no picnic for kids. But we don't have any kids,|and we don't plan on having any either. See? There you go. Is that what this is all about? Honey, you want kids? Alison, you told me they didn't fit in|to your lifestyle. I was single then. You told me your firm|didn't look kindly on associates|who took maternity leave. So? I can find another firm. You told me you loved kids. Yeah, other people's. But you're always raving|about your nieces and your nephews- Whom I love very much,|particularly when they all go home. Does that suddenly|make me a bad person? No. it just makes you a bad father-to-be. Honey Are you kidding me? Oh, my God. I don't see him jumping for joy. Alison, honey, you told me|that you weren't able to get pregnant. Apparently, a misdiagnosis. Oh, my God. I've had it. Enough. I mean, if you want to sit around here|and play "Dear Abby," knock yourselves out, I'm history. Neil, you don't mind|if I use your cabin do you, since you're not|gonna be needing it at the moment? Oh, yeah, fine, fine. What is the matter with Dylan?|He's so antisocial. Well, we're not exactly|having a party. Mind if I join you? I don't know why you'd want to. Dylan, what's wrong with you? I've never seen you like this. I'm just not into psychodrama.|It's not my scene. Yeah, how awful to fight|on your wedding night. Serves them right for getting married|in the first place. Just because your parents|didn't make it together doesn't mean that every couple|is doomed. Yeah, right. Whatever you say. I know you're having a hard time- But what?|What do you know, Bren? You got a nice home,|a secure family. My mom is a Looney Tune|and my dad is in jail for God's sake. I know. I can't even imagine|how that must feel. That's right. You can't. You can't even imagine it. So who are you to come down on me|about my negative attitude? Dylan. I know you got a bum deal, but can't you look|at what you have that is good? Like what? Like your friends. Brandon loves you,|all the guys think you're totally cool. Every girl I know would love|to go out with you- Every girl, but one. I thought we both decided that it|would be better to see other people. Yeah, better for you. Can't you just accept the fact|that I care about you, and that I want to help you|and stop twisting it around? Oh, I forgot. You care about me,|but I'm just too intense. Hi, guys, we're back. And still married. So you guys|worked everything out, huh? Yeah, see, we both feel-|Now stop me if I'm wrong, honey. - that even though we didn't plan|on having children, well, we've got nine months|for the idea to grow on us, so to speak. I'm already getting used to it. Hopefully by then, Neil will be too. What if he isn't? Oh, I probably will be. But you don't know, Neil. Well, then, that'll just|be our problem, won't it? No, it'll be that kid's problem who|didn't ask to be born in the first place. - Dylan-|- Dylan, nobody asks to be born. That's right, that's why you better|make sure you want this baby, or else, give it to someone|who does. You make a lot of assumptions|for someone who doesn't know us. I know what it's like to grow up being constantly reminded|that you are a mistake. And if you're not prepared|to love that baby or give it up, you might as well|have an abortion right now. Dylan, stop it. Fine, it's stopped. How was the honeymoon suite? I don't want to talk about it. Hey, Bren, is everything okay?|Where's Dylan? He stalked off. He'll be okay. The van's open.|He can sleep in there. McKay! Rise and shine, Jones! Morning. Morning. Did you sleep last night? Not a whole lot. How about you? I slept great. I guess you needed|to be alone. I guess I needed a drink. Found them|in the honeymoon cabin. A "drink" drink. Oh, man. I got mine, though.|I puked my guts out. From these little bottles? It wasn't the alcohol, man. It was everything. But you were clean for so long. Yeah, so chalk it up to the ever-growing list|of failures. So how are you feeling now? Now? Yeah, now. Now that the sun is shining again, and the air smells fresh,|and the birdies are chirping. Now I feel okay. Just okay? You made it through last night,|didn't you? I'm still here. You battled your demons, man,|and you won. I didn't win, Brandon. Okay, so we'll call it a tie then. But you gotta stop|beating yourself up. So who do I beat up? My dad? My mom? I know it's a real sore spot for you, but your mom really let you down|this weekend, didn't she? It's so damn old, man. It's an old story with me.|I should've seen it coming. I should never let my guard down. Did you ever tell her how you feel? At this point, what good would it do? I don't know,|I mean, I'm not a shrink, but it seems to me that your parents|should be helping you. Supporting you, loving you.|That's their job. I just gotta stop expecting anything. It's better to know where you stand. Well, I know|where you're standing now, bud. You're standing next to me, we should|take advantage of the situation, go find ourselves a trail|and take a hike through this righteously|beautiful countryside. What do you say? It's a brand-new morning here|at Huck-a-Muck Lodge, and as you can see, some campers|tend to be less bright-eyed and bushy-tailed than others. We've heard tell of some wild boar|living in these parts. Give me a break, okay? Oh, isn't it a little early|for this, David? David, get out! Haven't you people ever heard|of cinema verite? Steve, what are you doing? Leave me alone. He's clearing his sinuses,|or so he claims. It's true. I'm starving. Let's order room service. Oh, that'd be great. I'll have bacon and eggs|and French toast, and a basket of sweet rolls. Make it two. Why am I eating this? Well, Brenda, I think there's|some cheese left in the mousetrap. God, it's gorgeous out. Where's Brandon? I don't know. Where's the van? - Yeah, now this is more like it.|- You feel better? I don't know what it is, man. Sometimes, I lose faith|in myself, you know? Yep. You all right, man? Yeah, it's okay. Come on, let's go. I wish I had my hiking boots. Let's go up to that peak up there,|the view's gotta be incredible. Yeah. You know, it's like, sometimes,|I try to imagine my future and I just can't see anything. I try not to look too far ahead. You know what they say.|The future is now. Man, this is beautiful. Brandon! Brandon! Brandon! Where you at, man? Answer me! - Brandon.|- Dylan, get back, man. - The ledge is gonna go.|- It's all right, man. Grab my hand! I can't, man, I can't let go. Come on, man, just grab it, let's go. You gotta try. Come on. Don't look down, don't look down! Look up here, look right here. Come on. Come on. That's it. Stretch, damn it. Come on. All right, come on. Up. Okay, buddy, just a little more. You all right, man? Yeah, sure, solid as a rock. Yeah, tell me about it. Man, I thought my number was up. Apparently not, thank God. Thank you. You're filthy, you know that? Yeah, I know.|Can't take me anywhere. - Any message?|- They haven't called the office. They said there've|been some rockslides in the area because of the rain. But they're probably fine, right? Yeah, well, if they don't get here soon, I think I'm gonna die from malnutrition. All right, here they are. The van doesn't have|a scratch on it. Where have you guys been? - Did you guys get in an accident?|- Did you get mugged? Did you get any food?|What's going on? All of the above|and none of the above. Brandon, what happened? Nothing, we were just hanging out. - Well, you lost a shoe.|- Well, at least I still have my foot. Two feet. And two arms. True, two arms. - And a head.|- And a head. But what-? I'll explain it to you later, okay? Guys, come on. What do you say|we get out of here already, huh? - All right, good.|- Let's go. Let's go. Dylan. - I-|- I know. Listen, about last night- Oh, hey, forget it. Although you did have me scared|for a little while there. Yeah, me too, babe, me too. I knew you'd be okay|since Brandon was with you. Yeah. Hey. I'm sorry if I freaked you guys out|last night. No, don't apologise, really. You gave us a lot to think about. Good luck with your baby. And hey, if it's a boy,|you could name it Dylan. Well, he'd be in some|good company. - Take it easy.|- Have a safe trip. Oh, we are jamming now. Yosemite, here we come. We're stopping|for breakfast first, right? Absolutely. Good, otherwise,|I was gonna eat this van. You guys, this is finally starting|to feel like a vacation. Yeah, well, it started off rocky there|at first but whenever you leave L.A.,|it takes a few days to unwind. Not for me. Hey. Are you okay? Yeah. Actually, I'm incredibly okay. Come here. All right, you guys,|let's grab those bags and dangle. - Dangle?|- How about a little of this. Dangle it.