Good Will Hunting

00:03:34Mod f x square dx.
00:03:40So please finish Percival by next time.
00:03:43I know many of you had this as undergraduates, but it won't hurt to brush up.
00:03:51Thank you, Steven.
00:03:55I also put an advanced Fourier system on the main hallway chalkboard.
00:04:00And I'm hoping that one of you might prove it by the end of the semester.
00:04:02Now, the person to do so will not only be in my good graces...
00:04:05but also go on to fame and fortune...
00:04:09by having their accomplishment recorded and their name printed...
00:04:12in the auspicious M.I.T. Tech.
00:04:15Former winners include Nobel laureates, Field's medal winners...
00:04:19renowned astrophysicists and lowly M.I.T. Professors.
00:04:23Well, that's all.
00:04:25If you have any questions, I'm sure that Tom has the answers.
00:05:07- Hi, Will. - Kirsten, how you doing?
00:05:09- I'm all right. How are you? - Good.
00:05:11- I didn't get on Cathy last night. - No?
00:05:14- No. - Why not?
00:05:15- I don't know. Cathy! - What?
00:05:18Why didn't you give me none of that nasty little hoochie-woochie you usually throw at me?
00:05:22Oh, fuck you and your Irish curse, Chuckie.
00:05:26Like I'd waste my energy spreadin' my legs for that Tootsie Roll dick?
00:05:30- So go home and give it a tug yourself. - Tootsie Roll!
00:05:33Toot-Toots!
00:05:35She's missin' a tooth, Will.
00:05:38She's got skin problems. I don't...
00:05:42Plus, it's like 5-to-2, Morgan ends up marryin' her, you know what I mean?
00:05:44There's only so many times you can bang your friend's future wife.
00:05:47It's wrong. Where you goin'?
00:05:50- I'm gonna take off. - Fuck you, you're takin' off. It's like, what, 10:00?
00:05:55I'm tired.
00:05:59Irish curse?
00:06:01She don't know. There ain't no Irish curse.
00:07:12- Out! - Stop brushing me back.
00:07:14Stop crowding the plate! Which one will it be?
00:07:21You're gonna get charged, you know that.
00:07:23You think I'm afraid of you, you big fuck? You're crowdin' the fuckin' plate.
00:07:27Hey, uh, Casey's bouncin' up a bar, uh, at Harvard next week. We should go up there.
00:07:32- What are we gonna do up there? - I don't know.
00:07:34We'll fuck up some smart kids. You'll probably fit right in.
00:07:40Ow! Fuckin' punk!
00:07:43- Oh, what's up? You still tough? - Come on!
00:07:46- You want this? - Ah, come on, come on. That's it.
00:07:50I'd hold you forever here
00:07:56In my arms
00:07:59- Professor Lambeau? - Yes?
00:08:01I'm in your applied theories class. We're all up at the math and science building.
00:08:05Come here. It's Saturday!
00:08:09Unless you want to have a drink with me tonight.
00:08:11Maybe. We just couldn't wait until Monday to find out.
00:08:15- Find out what? - Who proved the theorem.
00:08:40This is correct. Who did this?
00:08:44- Jack? - It wasn't me.
00:08:47- Nemesh? - No way.
00:08:53- Come on, Joey Mac! - Billy, McNamara's up.
00:08:56Come on, kid!
00:08:59- Joey, dig it out of there. Dig it out! - I love the pitch!
00:09:01Lay it down, Mac. That's how to do it! Attaboy! Take two, Mac, take two!
00:09:06- Nice hit. - Taylor, you're up.
00:09:08Hey, Morgan, who's the girl with the striped pants? She's got a nice ass.
00:09:12- Yeah, that's a real nice ass. - Who's the guy she's with?
00:09:15It's that fuckin' guinea. I hate that little bitch. Will knows him.
00:09:19- You know him? - Yeah, fuckin' Carmine Scarpaglia.
00:09:21That kid used to beat the shit out of me in kindergarten.
00:09:23- That guy? - Yeah.
00:09:27Fuck this. Let's get some food.
00:09:29Oh, what, Morgan, you're not gonna go talk to her?
00:09:32Fuck her.
00:09:33- I could go for a Whopper. - Let's go to Kelly's.
00:09:36Morgan, I'm not goin' to Kelly's just 'cause you like the take-out girl.
00:09:39- It's 15 minutes out of our way. - What the fuck are we gonna do? We can't spare 15 minutes?
00:09:46Double burger.
00:09:49Double burger?
00:09:52Chuck I had a double burger
00:09:55Would you shut the fuck up? I know what you ordered. I was there.
00:09:58- So give me my fuckin' sandwich. - What do you mean, your sandwich? I bought it.
00:10:01Morgan, how much money you got on you?
00:10:03I said I'd get change when I get the snow cone. I said that before when we pulled up.
00:10:07Why don't you just gimme my sandwich and stop bein' a prick?
00:10:09All right, well, give me your fuckin' 16 cents that you got on you now. We'll put your fuckin' sandwich on layaway.
00:10:14Here we go. Keep it right up here for ya. We'll put you on a programme.
00:10:18Every day you come in with your six cents. At the end of the week, you get your sandwich.
00:10:21- Are you gonna be an asshole? - What am I, fuckin' sandwich welfare?
00:10:25I think you should establish a good line of credit.
00:10:27Like how you bought your couch: Payment plans.
00:10:30Remember how your mother brought in ten dollars every day for a year?
00:10:33She finally got her couch Rent-A-Center style.
00:10:35- Can I have my food now, please? - Here's your fuckin' double burger.
00:10:40- Whoa! - Hey, hold up, Chuck.
00:10:43- Slow it down. - Who do we got?
00:10:45- I don't know yet. - Hey, douche bag!
00:10:48- Yeah, you, you skank face! - Shut the fuck up!
00:10:51- Let's get outta here. - What are you worried about? - Come on, Will.
00:10:54Why don't you lick my love stick?
00:10:56We just seen the guy 15 minutes ago at the park. If we was gonna fight him, we should fight him then.
00:11:00- We got snacks now. - Shut up, Morgan, you're goin'.
00:11:03- I'm not goin'. - So don't go. - I am not goin'!
00:11:05Fuckin' go, Morgan.
00:11:07Let me tell you somethin'. If you're not out there in two fuckin' seconds, when I'm done with them, you're next.
00:11:12Carmine, it's me. It's me, Will. Remember? We went to kindergarten together.
00:11:16Way down the street there's a light in his place
00:11:21He opens the door He's got that look on his face
00:11:30- Fuckin', let's go, man! - Step on his fuckin' head.
00:11:34Get his ass on the ground. Stop that motherfucker.
00:11:43Motherfucker, die!
00:11:46- Carter! - Come on!
00:12:01Will! Will, come on! Come on.
00:12:05Will, come on. Let's go, let's go.
00:12:09- Easy, brother, easy. - Hey, fellas, thanks for comin' out.
00:12:13- Come here. - Whoa, whoa!
00:12:22Fuck!
00:12:31Ls this just my imagination, or has my class grown considerably?
00:12:37Well, by no stretch of my imagination do I believe you've all come here to hear me lecture.
00:12:41Or rather, to ascertain the identity of the mystery math magician.
00:12:46So without further adieu, come forward, silent rogue, and receive thy prize.
00:13:02Well, I'm sorry to disappoint my spectators, but...
00:13:06it seems there will be no unmasking here today.
00:13:09However, um, my colleagues and I have conferred...
00:13:12and there is a problem on the board right now...
00:13:16that took us more than two years to prove.
00:13:19So let this be said: The gauntlet has been thrown down...
00:13:22but the faculty have answered and answered with vigour.
00:13:39- Hi. - When's the arraignment?
00:13:41Next week.
00:14:10- Sorry. - What are you doing? - Sorry.
00:14:15That's people's work. You can't graffiti here.
00:14:17- Don't you walk away from me! - Hey, fuck you!
00:14:20Oh, you're a clever one. What's your name?
00:14:46Oh, my God.
00:14:54Looks right.
00:15:11Will, how retarded do you gotta be to get fired from that job?
00:15:15I mean, how hard is it to push a motherfuckin' broom around the room?
00:15:17Mitch, you got fired from pushin' a fuckin' broom.
00:15:20I got fired 'cause management was restructuring.
00:15:22Yeah, restructuring the amount of retards they had workin' for 'em.
00:15:25Shut up. You get canned more than tuna, bitch.
00:15:27- At least I got a motherfuckin' job right now, don't I? - Yeah.
00:15:31- Why did you get fired, Will? Come on. - Uh, management was restructuring.
00:15:36- My uncle could probably get you on a demo team. - Can he do that?
00:15:39- You kiddin' me? I asked you yesterday if I could get a job. - And I told you "no" yesterday.
00:15:44- What's up, Case? - What's up, Case? - What's up, Big Case?
00:15:49Let's sit over here.
00:15:59Oh, this is, this is a Harvard bar, huh?
00:16:02I thought there'd be, like, equations and shit on the walls.
00:16:07I will take a pitcher of the finest lager in the house.
00:16:17Time-out. I'm gonna have to bust a little move on them Harvard hotties down there at the bar.
00:16:22- Work some magic. - Get some potion for us.
00:16:42- Oh, hello. - Oh, hello.
00:16:44- Hi, how are ya? - Fine.
00:16:46- So, do you ladies, uh... - Come here often?
00:16:48Do I come here? I come here a bit. I'm here, uh, uh, you know, from time to time.
00:16:53- Do you go to school here? - Yep.
00:16:56- Yeah. That's it. Yes, I think I had a class with you. - Oh, yeah?
00:17:00- What class? - History.
00:17:02- Maybe. - Yes, I think that's what it was.
00:17:05You don't necessarily... May not remember me. You know, I like it here.
00:17:09It doesn't mean 'cause I go here, I'm a genius.
00:17:11- I am very smart. - Hey.
00:17:12- Hey! How's it goin'? How are ya? - Good. How ya doin'?
00:17:15- You wanna... - What, uh... What class did you, did you say that was?
00:17:17- History. - History. Yeah.
00:17:19Just history? Lt must've been a survey course then, huh?
00:17:23- Yeah, it was. It was surveys. - Right.
00:17:25You should check it out. It's a good course. It'd be a good class.
00:17:28How'd you like that course?
00:17:29You know, frankly, I found the class, you know, rather, uh, elementary.
00:17:34Elementary. You know, I don't doubt that it was.
00:17:36- Yeah. - I, uh, I remember that class.
00:17:40It was, um, it was just between recess and lunch.
00:17:44Clark, why don't you go away?
00:17:46- Why don't you relax? - Why don't you go just away?
00:17:48I'm just having fun with my new friend. That's all.
00:17:50- What, we gonna have a problem? - No, no, no, no, no. There's no problem here.
00:17:54I was just hoping you might give me some insight into the evolution...
00:17:58of the market economy in the southern colonies.
00:18:01My contention is that, uh, prior to the Revolutionary War...
00:18:05the economic modalities, especially in the southern colonies...
00:18:09could most aptly be characterized as...
00:18:12- agrarian precapitalist. - Let me tell you something. All right?
00:18:14Of course that's your contention. You're a first-year grad student.
00:18:16You just got finished readin' some Marxian historian, Pete Garrison, probably.
00:18:20You're gonna be convinced of that till next month when you get to James Lemon.
00:18:23Then you're gonna be talkin' about how the economies of Virginia and Pennsylvania...
00:18:26were entrepreneurial and capitalist way back in 1740.
00:18:29That's gonna last until next year. You're gonna be in here regurgitatin' Gordon Wood...
00:18:33talkin' about, you know, the prerevolutionary utopia...
00:18:36and the capital-forming effects of military mobilization.
00:18:40Well, as a matter of fact, I won't, because Wood drastically underestimates the impact of...
00:18:44"Wood drastically, Wood drastically underestimates the impact of social distinctions...
00:18:48predicated upon wealth, especially inherited wealth"?
00:18:51You got that from Vickers' Work in Essex County. Page 98, right?
00:18:55Yeah, I read that, too. Were you gonna plagiarize the whole thing for us?
00:18:58Do you have any thoughts, uh, of your own on this matter?
00:19:02Or do you... Is that your thing? You come into a bar.
00:19:04You read some obscure passage and then pretend... You, You pawn it off as your own...
00:19:08As your own idea just to impress some girls? Embarrass my friend?
00:19:13See, the sad thing about a guy like you is, in 50 years you're gonna start doin' some thinkin' on your own.
00:19:17And you're gonna come up with the fact that there are two certainties in life.
00:19:19One: Don't do that.
00:19:22And two: You dropped 150 grand on a fuckin' education...
00:19:25you could've got for $1.50 in late charges at the public library.
00:19:30Yeah, but I will have a degree...
00:19:33and you'll be servin' my kids fries at a drive through on our way to a skiing trip.
00:19:38Yeah, maybe. Yeah, but at least I won't be unoriginal.
00:19:43But I mean, if you have a problem with that, I mean, we could just step outside. We could figure it out.
00:19:47No, man, there's no problem. It's cool.
00:19:52- It's cool? - Yeah. - Cool.
00:19:54- Fuckin' damn right, it's cool. - How do you like me now?
00:20:00My boy's wicked smart.
00:20:04I just spent three minutes in this fuckin' place, and run into a barney, huh?
00:20:08Well, there it is. Hello, nice to meet ya.
00:20:11They were fine, man. I was gonna... We was gonna close the deal...
00:20:14but then Chuck, uh, Billy insulted one of 'em...
00:20:18and the heavyset girl said that I even had a receding hairline, and I was a few pounds overweight.
00:20:21And I was like, "Go fuck yourself. "
00:20:25I swallowed a bug.
00:20:29Hi.
00:20:30- You're an idiot. - What?
00:20:33You're an idiot. I've been sitting over there for 45 minutes waiting for you to come and talk to me.
00:20:37But I'm tired now, and I have to go home.
00:20:40And I, I couldn't sit there any more waiting for you.
00:20:43- Wh... I'm Will. - Skylar.
00:20:45- Skylar. - Oh, and by the way...
00:20:46that guy over there, Michael Bolton clone...
00:20:50he wasn't sitting with us, so to speak.
00:20:52Yeah, I know. I kinda got that impression.
00:20:54Good. Okay. Well, I've got to go.
00:20:57Gotta get up early and waste some more money on my overpriced education.
00:21:01- No, I didn't mean you. I... - Ah, that's all right.
00:21:04There's my number. So maybe we can go out for coffee sometime.
00:21:08All right, yeah. May-Maybe we can just get together and eat a bunch of caramels.
00:21:12- What do you mean? - When you think about it, it's as arbitrary as drinkin' coffee.
00:21:16Oh. Yeah. Okay.
00:21:18- Uh, right, then. - Come on.
00:21:28- Yo! - Fuck you, bitch! - Hey, fuck you the same.
00:21:31- There goes them fuckin' barneys right now with their skiin' trip. - Hold up. Hold up.
00:21:35I should've beat that old bitch's ass.
00:21:45Do you like apples?
00:21:48- Yeah. - Yeah?
00:21:52Well, I got her number! How do you like them apples?
00:21:59We arrived tonight
00:22:04The miles were over me
00:22:11I turned off the light
00:22:17So, come on, night
00:22:25Everyone is gone
00:22:31Home to oblivion
00:22:35So come on
00:22:41So come on by
00:22:47Tom.
00:22:53Excuse me. Is this the Buildings and Grounds office?
00:22:57Yeah. What can I do for you?
00:23:00I just need the name of a student who works here.
00:23:02- No students work for me. - Well, could you please check?
00:23:04I have this guy who works in my building. He's about this high.
00:23:07- Which one is your building? - Two.
00:23:09Two. Building two.
00:23:18- Look, if anything was stolen, I should know about it. - No, no, no. It's nothing like that.
00:23:20I just need his name.
00:23:22I can't give you his name unless you have a complaint.
00:23:25- This is Professor Lambeau. - And this is Professor Hayes.
00:23:29Tom, please.
00:23:33This is important. Please.
00:23:37Willy didn't show up for work today.
00:23:41Got this job through his P.O. You can call him.
00:23:43- P.O.? - Yeah. Parole officer.
00:23:51Thank you.
00:23:54Asshole.
00:23:58There is a lengthy legal precedent, Your Honour, going back to 1789...
00:24:03whereby a defendant can claim self-defense against an agent of the government...
00:24:07if that act is deemed a defence against tyranny, a defence of liberty.
00:24:11Your Honour, Henry Ward Beecher, in Proverbs from the Plymouth Pulpit, 1887, said, and I quote...
00:24:16- 1887? This is the 20th century, Your Honour. - Excuse me. Excuse me.
00:24:18- He's gonna make a mockery of the courtroom. - I am afforded the right...
00:24:20to speak in my own defence, sir, by the Constitution of the United States.
00:24:24- This is the same document which guarantees my liberty. - Don't tell me about the Constitution of the United States.
00:24:27And liberty, in case you've forgotten, is a souI's right to breathe.
00:24:30And when it cannot take a long breath, laws are girded too tight.
00:24:32- Without liberty, man is a syncope. - Man is a what?
00:24:35- Ibid., Your Honour. - Son, my turn.
00:24:38I've been sitting here for ten minutes now lookin' over this rap sheet of yours.
00:24:43I just can't believe it. June '93, assault.
00:24:47September '93, assault.
00:24:49Grand theft auto, February of '94.
00:24:53Where, apparently, you defended yourself and had the case thrown out by citing...
00:24:57"free property rights of horse and carriage" from 1798.
00:25:01Joke. January '95, impersonating an officer.
00:25:05Mayhem, theft, resisting. All overturned.
00:25:09I'm also aware that you've been through several foster homes.
00:25:13The state removed you from three because of serious physical abuse.
00:25:17You know, another judge might care, but you hit a cop. You're going in.
00:25:21Motion to dismiss is denied. $50,000 bail.
00:25:26- Thank you. - Court, rise.
00:25:31- Hello? - Uh, Skylar?
00:25:33- Yep. - Hey, uh, it's Will.
00:25:35- Who? - It's Will.
00:25:37You know, the really funny, good-looking guy you met at the bar the other night.
00:25:40I don't recall meeting anyone who matched that description. I think I'd remember.
00:25:44Oh, all right, you got me. It's the ugly, obnoxious, toothless loser...
00:25:47who got hammered and wouldn't leave you alone all night.
00:25:49Oh, Will! I remember.
00:25:53- How are you? I-I was wondering if you'd call me. - Yeah, look.
00:25:57- I was wondering... - Yo, so, baby. What's up?
00:25:59- Hold on one second. - What you doing?
00:26:01- Hey! - What's up, baby? Want some of my ass?
00:26:03- Herve! I remember you from juvi. How you doing? - What's up, baby? What you doing?
00:26:07Ah, yeah, sorry about that. Um...
00:26:09I was wonderin' maybe we could get together, um, sometime this week.
00:26:12You know, sit out at a cafe. Maybe have some caramels.
00:26:14- Oh, that sounds wonderful. - Yeah?
00:26:17Yeah. Sure. Where are you?
00:26:19Um, well, actually, this is, uh, this is just a shot in the dark...
00:26:22but, uh, there's no chance that you're, uh, pre-law, is there?
00:26:30- Have a seat. - Thank you.
00:26:33Nice talking to ya.
00:26:38What the fuck do you want?
00:26:40I'm Gerald Lambeau.
00:26:43The professor you told to fuck himself.
00:26:47Well, what the fuck do you want?
00:26:50I've spoken to the judge, and he's agreed to release you under my supervision.
00:26:55- Really? - Yeah.
00:27:02- But under two conditions. - What are those?
00:27:05First condition is that you meet with me every week.
00:27:07- What for? - Go over the proof you're working on...
00:27:11get into some, some more advanced...
00:27:16combinatorial mathematics...
00:27:19finite math.
00:27:23Sounds like a real hoot.
00:27:26And the second condition is that, that you see a therapist.
00:27:36And I'm responsible to submit reports on those meetings.
00:27:39And if you fail to meet with any of those conditions...
00:27:42you will have to serve time.
00:27:44All right. I'll do the math, but I'm not gonna meet with any fuckin' therapist.
00:27:49It's better than spending that time in jail, isn't it?
00:28:56I read your book, and, uh, and, and "Mike" was havin' the same problems...
00:29:01that "Chad," the stockbroker, was havin'.
00:29:03Absolutely right. Right on the button. Good for you, Will. Very nice.
00:29:06Thank you.
00:29:08Will, the pressures, and I'm not judging them...
00:29:11I'm not, uh, labelling them...
00:29:14but they are destroying your potential.
00:29:17Now no more shenanigans. No more tomfoolery. No more ballyhoo.
00:29:22You're right.
00:29:25God, I know.
00:29:28You know, you're not gonna get off that easily. Come on, Will, a bit more.
00:29:31Well, I mean, I do, I do do things, you know? I mean...
00:29:33What, uh, what kind of things?
00:29:35I do things that, you know, I, uh... You know, I mean, I hide from, from people.
00:29:39- You hide, do you? - No, no. I mean, I like... I, I go places. I interact, you know.
00:29:44- Really? What sort of places? - Just certain clubs.
00:29:46More. That's nice, yes. What sort of clubs?
00:29:48- Like, um, like Fantasy. - Fantasy?
00:29:52- It's not bad. - Bit more.
00:29:54It's just something like when you get in there and, the music like owns you.
00:29:58It's like that house music. It's like...
00:30:04- You know, you start dancin'. It's just... - Boom, boom, boom. Yes.
00:30:10- Yes. - Yeah.
00:30:14Do you find it hard to hide the fact that you're gay?
00:30:17What are you... What are you... What are you talking about? What?
00:30:20Look, buddy, two seconds ago, you were ready to give me a jump.
00:30:22A jump? Are you...
00:30:26I'm terribly sorry to disappoint you. But...
00:30:28I don't have a problem with it. I don't care if you putt from the rough.
00:30:31What are you... P-Putting from the rough? What on earth are you talking about?
00:30:35A difficult theorem can be like a symphony.
00:30:40It's very erotic.
00:30:42You go somewhere else. I can't handle this.
00:30:45- Wow. - Thank you, Henry.
00:30:48Ah, Henry.
00:30:50Hi, Gerry. Hey, you know something? I can't do this pro bono work any more.
00:30:53It's just not... It's not worth it.
00:30:55- What happened? - Well, I'm going on national television next week.
00:30:58I mean, I haven't got time to tell you, much less talk to that raving loony in there.
00:31:02An absolute lunatic, he is.
00:31:05Henry.
00:31:07Okay, you are in your bed, Will.
00:31:10Now, how old are you?
00:31:15Seven.
00:31:17What do you see?
00:31:21Something's in my room.
00:31:23What is it?
00:31:26It's like a, uh... It's a figure. It's, it's hoverin' over me.
00:31:31You are in a safe place, Will.
00:31:35It's t... It's touching me.
00:31:39Where is it touching you?
00:31:41Lt's touching me down there.
00:31:45And, uh, I'm nervous.
00:31:48You don't have to be nervous, Will.
00:31:52We start dancin' and dancin'.
00:31:56It's just beautiful, 'cause we can make...
00:32:00A lot of love before the sun goes down
00:32:05Skyrockets in flight
00:32:09Afternoon delight
00:32:12- Hey, hey afternoon delight - Jesus.
00:32:16Skyrockets in flight
00:32:19- I'm sorry, Rich. - I have better things to do with my time.
00:32:22Hey, hey afternoon delight
00:32:26Come on, one dance! You, you really hypnotized me, you know.
00:32:29- For God's sake, Will. - What? Oh, come on.
00:32:31I... He left. You can't pin that on me.
00:32:34I told you to cooperate with these people.
00:32:36- Look into my eyes. - Get out, Will.
00:32:39- I don't need therapy. - That's enough! Get out!
00:32:45I called Mel Weintraub this morning to see...
00:32:47Oh, what's the use?
00:32:50What do you want to do?
00:32:56- Well, there is someone. - Who is he?
00:32:59He used to be my, um...
00:33:02my roommate in college.
00:33:08Trust. Very important in a relationship.
00:33:12It's also very important in a clinical situation.
00:33:14Why is trust the most important thing...
00:33:17in making a breakthrough with a client?
00:33:22Maureen, stop the oral fixation for a moment and join us.
00:33:26Vinnie?
00:33:28Um, because, uh...
00:33:32Trust is, uh... Trust is life.
00:33:36Wow. That's very deep. Thank you, Vinnie.
00:33:39Next time, get the notes from your brother.
00:33:41You know, if a patient doesn't feel safe enough to trust you, then he won't be honest with you.
00:33:46Then there's really no point for them being in therapy.
00:33:48I mean, hey, if they don't trust you, you know, you're never gonna get them to sleep with you.
00:33:51And that should be the goal of any good therapist.
00:33:53Nail them while they're vulnerable. That's my motto.
00:33:56Oh, good, everyone's back. Welcome back, everybody.
00:34:01- Hello, Sean. - Hey, Gerry.
00:34:07Um, ladies and gentlemen, we are in the presence of greatness.
00:34:12Professor Gerald Lambeau, Field's medal winner for combinatorial mathematics.
00:34:16- Hello. - Anyone know what the Field's medal is?
00:34:19It's a really big deal. It's like the Nobel prize for math.
00:34:22Except they only give it out once every four years.
00:34:25It's, it's a great thing. It's an amazing honour.
00:34:28Okay, everybody, that's it for today. Thanks. Um...
00:34:31We'll see you Monday. We'll be talking about Freud.
00:34:33Why he did enough cocaine to kill a small horse. Thank you.
00:34:38How are you?
00:34:40- It's good to see you. - Good to see you.
00:34:43- Sean? - Yeah?
00:34:44I think I got something interesting for ya?
00:34:47What? You have to have blood and urine? What's up?
00:34:50- Why didn't you come to the reunion? - Time. You know, I'm... I've been busy.
00:34:55- You were missed. - Really?
00:34:58So, how long has it been since we've seen each other?
00:35:01- Before Nancy died. - Yeah. I'm sorry.
00:35:04I was in Paris. It was that damn conference.
00:35:07I got your card. It was nice.
00:35:14- Come here. - Now, that's a good takedown.
00:35:16Hey, uh, what happened? Did you, uh, get leniency or what?
00:35:20I got, uh, probation and then, uh, counselling two days a week.
00:35:25Joke. You're a smoothie. Come on, Morgan! Just submit!
00:35:30Hey, Bill, just, just get off him. We're gonna miss the game.
00:35:33- I've got a full schedule. - Sean, Sean. - I'm very busy.
00:35:35This, this boy is incredible. I've never seen anything like him.
00:35:38What makes him so incredible, Gerry?
00:35:41- Ever heard of Ramanujan? - Yeah, yeah. No.
00:35:45It's a man. He lived over 100 years ago. He was, uh, Indian.
00:35:50- Dots not feathers. - Not feathers. Yeah.
00:35:53Well, he lived in this tiny hut somewhere in India.
00:35:55He had no formal education.
00:35:58- He had no access to any scientific work. - Coffee?
00:36:00- You, sir? - Just a little. - And, um...
00:36:02But he came across this old math book.
00:36:05And from this simple text, he was able to extrapolate theories...
00:36:08that had baffled mathematicians for years.
00:36:10Yes. Continued fractions. Yeah, he, he wrote, uh...
00:36:13- Well, he, he mailed it to Hardy at Cambridge. - Yeah. Cambridge. Yeah.
00:36:17And Hardy immediately recognized the brilliance of his work...
00:36:20and brought him over to England, and then they worked together for years...
00:36:24creating some of the most exciting math theory ever done.
00:36:27Uh, This, this Ramanugan...
00:36:29his, his genius was unparalleled, Sean.
00:36:33Well, this boy's just like that.
00:36:37But he's, um, he's a bit defensive.
00:36:40And I need someone who can get through to him.
00:36:43- Like me? - Yeah, like you.
00:36:46- Why? - Well, because you have the same kind of background.
00:36:49- What background? - Well, you're from the same neighbourhood.
00:36:52- He's from Southie? - Yeah.
00:36:55Boy genius from Southie.
00:36:59- How many shrinks you go to before me? - Five.
00:37:04- Let me guess. Barry? - Yeah.
00:37:06- Henry? - Yeah. - Not Rick?
00:37:07Sean, please, just meet with him once a week.
00:37:11Please?
00:37:16It's a poker game with this kid. Don't let him know what you've got.
00:37:19He's probably even read your book, if he could find it.
00:37:22It's gonna be hard for him to find.
00:37:24- Hi, Will. - Hi.
00:37:26This is Sean Maguire. Will Hunting.
00:37:28How are ya?
00:37:34- Yeah, let's get started. - Yeah, let's do it.
00:37:36I'm pumped! Let's let the healing begin.
00:37:39- Will you excuse us? - Yeah, please, Tom.
00:37:42- You, too, Gerry. - Yeah, of course.
00:37:52How are you?
00:37:56Where are you from in Southie?
00:37:58- I like what you've done with the place. - Oh, thanks.
00:38:01Do you buy all these books retail, or do you send away for like...
00:38:05a shrink kit that comes with all these volumes included?
00:38:08- Do you like books? - Yeah.
00:38:12- Did you read any of these books? - I don't know.
00:38:14- How about any of these books? - Probably not.
00:38:17What about the ones on the top shelf? You read those?
00:38:21- Yeah, I read those. - Good for you. What do you think about 'em?
00:38:24Hey, I'm not here for a fuckin' book report. They're your books. Why don't you read 'em?
00:38:27I did. I had to.
00:38:29- It must've taken you a long time. - Yeah, it did.
00:38:39United States of America: A Complete History, Volume I.
00:38:55Jesus.
00:38:57If you wanna read a real history book, read Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States.
00:39:00That book will fuckin' knock you on your ass.
00:39:02Better than Chomsky's Manufacturing Consent?
00:39:04- Do you think that's a good book? - You fuckin' people baffle me.
00:39:09You spend all your money on these fuckin' fancy books.
00:39:11You surround yourselves with 'em. They're the wrong fuckin' books.
00:39:14- What are the right fuckin' books, Will? - Hey, whatever blows your hair back.
00:39:18Yeah. Haven't got much hair left.
00:39:21Hey, you know you'd be better off shoving that cigarette up your ass. It'd probably be healthier for you.
00:39:25- Yeah, I know. It really gets in the way of my yoga. - You work out, huh?
00:39:29- What, you lift? - Yeah.
00:39:32- Uh, Nautilus? - No, free weights.
00:39:34- Oh, really? - Yeah. - Free weights, huh?
00:39:36- Yeah, big time. - Yeah? - Just like that.
00:39:38- What do you bench? - 285. What do you bench?
00:39:43You paint that?
00:39:45Yeah. You paint? Do you sculpt?
00:39:48- No. - Do you like art?
00:39:53Do you like music?
00:39:55This is a real piece of shit.
00:39:57Oh. Well, tell me what you really think.
00:39:59Uh, just, uh, the linear and impressionistic mix...
00:40:03makes a very muddled composition.
00:40:05It's also a Winslow Homer rip-off, except you got whitey, uh, rowin' the boat there.
00:40:09Well, it's art, Monet. It wasn't very good.
00:40:11- That's not really what concerns me though. - What concerns you?
00:40:14- Just the colouring. - You know what the real bitch of it is?
00:40:16It's paint-by-number.
00:40:18Is it colour-by-number? Because the colours are fascinating to me.
00:40:21- Aren't they, really? What about that? - You bet.
00:40:23I think you're about one step away from cuttin' your fuckin' ear off.
00:40:26- Really? - Oh, yeah.
00:40:28Think I should move to the south of France, change my name to Vincent?
00:40:32You ever heard the sayin', "any port in a storm"?
00:40:34- Yeah. - Yeah. Maybe that means you.
00:40:37In what way?
00:40:38- Uh, maybe you're in the middle of a storm, a big fuckin' storm. - Yeah, maybe.
00:40:42The sky's fallin' on your head. The waves are crashin' over your little boat.
00:40:45The oars are about to snap.
00:40:47You just piss in you pants. You're cryin' for the harbour.
00:40:49So maybe you do what you gotta do to get out.
00:40:51You know, maybe you became a psychologist.
00:40:54Bingo. That's it. Let me do my job now. You start with me. Come on.
00:41:00- Maybe you married the wrong woman. - Maybe you should watch your mouth!
00:41:05Watch it right there, chief, all right?
00:41:10Ah.
00:41:16Mmm, that's it, isn't it?
00:41:18You married the wrong woman.
00:41:22What happened? What, did she leave you?
00:41:27Was she, you know, banging some other guy?
00:41:31If you ever disrespect my wife again, I will end you.
00:41:35I will fuckin' end you.
00:41:37Got that, chief?
00:41:41- Time's up. - Yeah.
00:41:58At ease, gentlemen.
00:42:06You okay?
00:42:13Look, I'll, I'll understand if you don't wanna meet with him again.
00:42:17Thursday, 4:00. Make sure the kid's here.
00:42:23Yeah.
00:42:25Thanks.
00:43:32Well, you look lovely in those glasses.
00:43:35- Thank you very much. - They're just beautiful.
00:43:37Yes, I always wanted dark blue eye shadow.
00:43:39Wonderful.
00:43:43Growing up in England, you know, I went to a very nice school.
00:43:46You know, it was kind of progressive, organic, do-it-yourself, private school.
00:43:52Then Harvard. Hopefully med school.
00:43:56You know, I figured out, at the end...
00:43:58my brain's gonna be worth $250,000.
00:44:03That sounded horrible, didn't it?
00:44:07Bring me another mai tai!
00:44:10No, that's cool, I mean, I bet your parents were happy to pay.
00:44:13No, I was happy to pay. I inherited the money.
00:44:18Wow. Well, is, uh, is Harvard gettin' all that money?
00:44:21No. Stanford. I'm going there in June when I graduate.
00:44:24All right, so you just wanted to, to use this sailor and then, uh, run away, huh?
00:44:28I was gonna, you know, experiment on you for anatomy class first, obviously.
00:44:33Oh, in that case, that's fine.
00:44:35Hey, you wanna see my magic tricks, Skylar?
00:44:37- Of course. - All right. Promise...
00:44:41All right.
00:44:43- This one's for you, Rudolph. - Wait, wait, you need my wand.
00:44:47All right, give me a hit. Thank you. All right.
00:44:50I'm gonna make all these caramels disappear.
00:44:52You ready? Ready.
00:44:55One, two, three.
00:44:59They're all gone. Yeah. That, that was... It works better when I have my rabbit.
00:45:03Well...
00:45:06I don't really date, you know, that much.
00:45:09How very unfortunate, I think for me.
00:45:14You know what I mean. I know you've been thinking about uh...
00:45:17- Oh, no, I haven't. - Yes, you have.
00:45:19- No, I really haven't. - Yes, you have! You were hoping to get a good night kiss.
00:45:22No, you know, I tell ya. I was hoping to get good-night laid.
00:45:28But I'll settle for like a good kiss, you know.
00:45:30- How very noble of you. - Thank you.
00:45:34No, I was, I was hopin' for a kiss.
00:45:38Well, I think we should just get it out of the way now.
00:45:42- Right now? - Yeah.
00:45:45Come on.
00:45:56I think I got some of your pickle.
00:46:09You again, huh?
00:46:13Come with me.
00:46:22So what's this? A Taster's Choice moment between guys?
00:46:27This is really nice. You got a thing for swans?
00:46:30Is this like a fetish? Ls it something like maybe we need to devote some time to?
00:46:35I thought about what you said to me the other day. About my painting.
00:46:40Oh.
00:46:41Stayed up half the night thinkin' about it.
00:46:45Something occurred to me.
00:46:47I fell into a deep, peaceful sleep and haven't thought about you since.
00:46:52- You know what occurred to me? - No.
00:46:55You're just a kid. You don't have the faintest idea what you're talking about.
00:46:59- Why, thank you. - It's all right.
00:47:03You've never been out of Boston.
00:47:07Nope.
00:47:09So if I asked you about art, you'd probably give me the skinny on every art book ever written.
00:47:14Michelangelo. You know a lot about him.
00:47:18Life's work. Political aspirations. Him and the pope.
00:47:22Sexual orientation. The whole works, right?
00:47:26I bet you can't tell me what it smells like in the Sistine Chapel.
00:47:33You never actually stood there and looked up at that beautiful ceiling.
00:47:40Seen that.
00:47:42If I ask you about women...
00:47:44you'll probably give me a syllabus of your personal favourites.
00:47:48You may have even been laid a few times.
00:47:56But you can't tell me what it feels like to wake up next to a woman...
00:48:00and feel truly happy.
00:48:05You're a tough kid.
00:48:09I ask you about war, you'd probably, uh, throw Shakespeare at me, right?
00:48:13"Once more into the breach, dear friends. "
00:48:18But you've never been near one.
00:48:21You've never held your best friend's head in your lap...
00:48:24and watch him gasp his last breath lookin' to you for help.
00:48:30I ask you about love, you'd probably quote me a sonnet...
00:48:35but you've never looked at a woman and been totally vulnerable.
00:48:39Known someone that could level you with her eyes.
00:48:44Feelin' like God put an angel on Earth just for you...
00:48:48who could rescue you from the depths of hell.
00:48:51And you wouldn't know what it's like to be her angel...
00:48:55to have that love for her be there forever.
00:48:58Through anything. Through cancer.
00:49:02And you wouldn't know about sleepin' sittin' up in a hospital room for two months holding her hand...
00:49:07because the doctors could see in your eyes...
00:49:09that the terms "visiting hours" don't apply to you.
00:49:13You don't know about real loss...
00:49:16'cause that only occurs when you love something more than you love yourself.
00:49:21I doubt you've ever dared to love anybody that much.
00:49:27I look at you, I don't see an intelligent, confident man.
00:49:34I see a cocky, scared shitless kid.
00:49:39But you're a genius, Will. No one denies that.
00:49:43No one could possibly understand the depths of you.
00:49:47But you presume to know everything about me because you saw a painting of mine.
00:49:50You ripped my fuckin' life apart.
00:49:56You're an orphan, right?
00:50:03Do you think I'd know the first thing about how hard your life has been...
00:50:06how you feel, who you are...
00:50:09because I read Oliver Twist?
00:50:13Does that encapsulate you?
00:50:17Personally, I don't give a shit about all that.
00:50:20Because you know what? I can't learn anything from you I can't read in some fuckin' book.
00:50:27Unless you want to talk about you, who you are.
00:50:32Then I'm fascinated. I'm in.
00:50:38But you don't wanna do that, do you, sport?
00:50:44You're terrified of what you might say.
00:50:52Your move, chief.
00:52:01Hello? Hello?
00:52:05Hello?
00:52:07Professor Valenti, are you calling me again?
00:52:13Freak.
00:52:16Oh. Oh, God.
00:52:19- Christ, who did you call? - No one. I forgot the number.
00:52:22You fuckin' retarded? You went all the way out there in the rain, and you didn't bring the number?
00:52:26No, it was your mother's 900 number. I just ran out of quarters.
00:52:29Why don't we get off of mothers? I just got off of yours.
00:52:34That's pretty funny, Morgan. That's a fuckin' nickel, bitch!
00:52:37- Keep antagonizing me, watch what happens. - All right, then, Morgan.
00:52:40- Watch what happens. - All right, then, Morgan! - Watch what happens.
00:52:42- What are you gonna fuckin' do to me? - Keep fuckin' with me.
00:52:50No smoking.
00:53:24What do you mean, he didn't talk? You were in there for an hour.
00:53:26He just sat there counting the seconds until the session was over.
00:53:30- It's pretty impressive, actually. - Why would he do that?
00:53:32To prove to me he doesn't have to talk to me if he doesn't want to.
00:53:37What is this? Some kind of staring contest between two kids from the old neighbourhood?
00:53:41Yeah, it is, and I can't talk first.
00:53:45We know your theory, Alexander, but the boy's found a simple geometrical picture.
00:53:49- A tree structure won't work. - Look now. He's joining the two vertices.
00:53:53- But I can do the sum. - Well, it's how you group the terms, Alexander.
00:53:57But, Gerry, if we do the whole thing this way, then...
00:54:00Hey, look, look.
00:54:03I wrote it down. It's simpler this way.
00:54:17Sometimes people get lucky.
00:54:20You're a brilliant man.
00:54:59You know, I was on this plane once.
00:55:02And I'm sittin' there, and, uh...
00:55:04the captain gets on, he does his whole, you know, "We'll be cruisin' at 35,000 feet. "
00:55:08But then he puts the mike down, he forgets to turn it off.
00:55:11And so he turns to the copilot. He's like, "You know...
00:55:14all I could use right now is a fuckin' blow job and a cup of coffee. "
00:55:19So the stewardess fuckin' goes bombin' up from the back of the plane to tell him the microphone's still on.
00:55:23This buy in the back of the plane's like, "Hey, hon, don't forget the coffee. "
00:55:28You ever been on a plane?
00:55:30No, but it's a fuckin' joke. It works better if I tell it in the first person.
00:55:33Yeah, it does.
00:55:38I have been laid, you know.
00:55:40Really? Goody for you.
00:55:43- Big time. Big time. - Big time, huh?
00:55:45Yeah. I went on a date last week.
00:55:48- How'd it go? - It was good.
00:55:51- You goin' out again? - I don't know.
00:55:53- Why not? - Haven't called her.
00:55:55- Christ, you're an amateur. - I know what I'm doin'. - Really?
00:55:58Yeah. Don't worry about me. I know what I'm doin'.
00:56:02Yeah, but this girl is like, you know, beautiful.
00:56:05She's smart. She's fun. She's different from most of the girls I've been with.
00:56:09So call her up, Romeo.
00:56:11Why? So I can realize she's not that smart?
00:56:13That she's fuckin' boring? You know, I mean, you don't...
00:56:16This girl is like fuckin' perfect right now. I don't wanna r-ruin that.
00:56:20Maybe you're perfect right now. Maybe you don't wanna ruin that.
00:56:25But I think that's a super philosophy, Will.
00:56:27That way you can go through your entire life without ever having to really know anybody.
00:56:35My wife used to fart when she was nervous.
00:56:37She had all sorts of wonderful idiosyncrasies.
00:56:40You know, she used to fart in her sleep.
00:56:44Sorry I shared that with you.
00:56:46And one night it was so loud, it woke the dog up.
00:56:53She woke up and gone like, "Was that you?"
00:56:54I said, "Yeah. " I didn't have the heart to tell her. Oh, God.
00:56:57- She woke herself up? - Yes.
00:57:05Oh, Christ. Ah, but, Will, she's been dead two years and that's the shit I remember.
00:57:10It's wonderful stuff, you know? Little things like that.
00:57:13Yeah, but those are the things I miss the most.
00:57:18The little idiosyncrasies that only I knew about.
00:57:21That's what made her my wife.
00:57:24Boy, and she had the goods on me, too. She knew all my little peccadillos.
00:57:28People call these things imperfections, but they're not.
00:57:31Oh, that's the good stuff.
00:57:34And then we get to choose who we let into our weird little worlds.
00:57:39You're not perfect, sport.
00:57:42And let me save you the suspense.
00:57:44This girl you met, she isn't perfect either.
00:57:47But the question is whether or not you're perfect for each other.
00:57:51That's the whole deal. That's what intimacy is all about.
00:57:55Now, you can know everything in the world, sport...
00:57:57but the only way you're findin' out that one is by givin' it a shot.
00:58:00You certainly won't learn from an old fucker like me.
00:58:03Even if I did know, I wouldn't tell a pissant like you.
00:58:08Yeah, why not? You told me every other fuckin' thing. Jesus Christ.
00:58:13You fuckin' talk more than any shrink I ever seen in my life.
00:58:15I teach the shit. I didn't say I knew how to do it.
00:58:20Yeah.
00:58:26- You ever think about gettin' remarried? - My wife's dead.
00:58:30- Hence the word "remarried. " - She's dead!
00:58:36Yeah. Well, I think that's a super philosophy, Sean.
00:58:39I mean, that way you can actually go through the rest of your life...
00:58:41without ever really knowing anybody.
00:58:47Time's up.
00:59:03Hold it open.
00:59:05- Okay. - Thank you.
00:59:20I am happy with you
00:59:24I know I'm about to love you
00:59:28Yeah, yeah, yeah You know him
00:59:34Oh, my, you made me...
00:59:37"G" minor seventh. Saddest of all chords.
00:59:42- Hello. - Hey.
00:59:43- Where have you been? - I'm sorry. I've been like...
00:59:46I've been really busy, and... But, um...
00:59:49Me, too. Yeah.
00:59:52I... I thought you'd call.
00:59:56Yeah. Um...
00:59:58- I mean, we had a really good time. - I had a really good time, too.
01:00:00I mean, I just... I...
01:00:03I'm sorry, you know. I, I blew it.
01:00:05No, no. I mean, you know, it's all right.
01:00:07Yeah. Uh, so I was, I was wonderin' if, uh, if, you know, you'd give me another crack at it.
01:00:12- You know, let me take you out again. - Oh, I can't.
01:00:17- All right. - Oh, no. I didn't...
01:00:19I didn't mean I can't, like ever. I just can't right now.
01:00:23I've got to assign the proton spectrum for "ebogamine. "
01:00:26All that sounds really, really interesting.
01:00:28It's actually fantastically boring.
01:00:30- All right, um... - But, um, maybe some other time.
01:00:33- Like tomorrow? - Um, yeah, all right.
01:00:37- Okay. - Okay.
01:00:39- Bye. - Bye.
01:00:56- What are you doing here? - I couldn't wait till tomorrow.
01:01:00- Where the fuck did you get this? - I had to sleep with someone in your class.
01:01:04Oh, I hope it was someone with the open-toed sandals and the really bad breath.
01:01:10- Come on, let's go have some fun. - No, I... I've got to learn this.
01:01:14Well, you're not goin' to his surgery tomorrow, are you?
01:01:17- No. - Let's go.
01:01:23Oh, my God. My dog is winning!
01:01:27Come on, Misty!
01:01:29Come on, run! Look at that! Come on!
01:01:31Look, there he goes. Misty, run! Come on!
01:01:34- And Misty flying down the track. - We won.
01:01:38I totally won!
01:01:42- So did you grow up around here, then? - Not far. South Boston.
01:01:49- Still glowing from my win. - Yeah, I know. Look at you.
01:01:51You're so happy.
01:01:55- What was that like then? - It was, you know, normal I guess. Nothin' special.
01:02:02Do you got lots of brothers and sisters?
01:02:04- Do I have a lot of brothers and sisters? - That's what I said.
01:02:07Well, Irish Catholic, what do you think?
01:02:09Right. That's right.
01:02:13- How many? - You wouldn't believe me if I told you.
01:02:18- Why? Go on. What? Five? - No.
01:02:21Seven? Eight? How many?
01:02:25- I have 12 big brothers. - You do not have 12 brothers.
01:02:27I swear to God, I swear to God. I'm lucky 13 right here.
01:02:30Do you know all their names?
01:02:33- Do I... Yeah, they're my brothers. - What are they called?
01:02:37Marky, Ricky, Danny, Terry, Mikey, Davey, Timmy, Tommy, Joey, Robby, Johnny and Brian.
01:02:41Say it again.
01:02:43Marky, Ricky, Danny, Terry, Mikey, Davey, Timmy, Tommy, Joey, Robby, Johnny and Brian.
01:02:50- And Willy. - Willy?
01:02:52- Yeah. - Will.
01:02:53Wow! Do you still see all of them?
01:02:56Yeah, well, they all live in Southie. I'm, I'm livin' with three of 'em right now.
01:02:59- Oh, yeah? - Yeah.
01:03:00- Well, I'd like to meet them. - Yeah, we'll do that.
01:03:05Oh, you know, I read your book last night.
01:03:07Oh, so you're the one.
01:03:10Do you still, uh, do you still counsel veterans?
01:03:12- No, I don't. - Why not?
01:03:13Well, I gave it up when my wife got sick.
01:03:18You ever wonder what your life would be like if you, uh...
01:03:21if you never met your wife?
01:03:24- What, wonder if I'd be better off without her? - No, no, no.
01:03:26- I'm not saying like better off. I didn't mean it like that. - No, it's all right.
01:03:29It's an important question.
01:03:32'Cause you'll have bad times, but that'll always wake you up...
01:03:34to the good stuff you weren't paying attention to.
01:03:37And you don't regret meetin' your wife?
01:03:39Why? 'Cause the pain I feel now?
01:03:42Oh, I got regrets, Will, but I don't regret a single day I spent with her.
01:03:51So when did you know, like, that she was the one for you?
01:03:54October 21, 1975.
01:03:57Jesus Christ, you know the fuckin' day?
01:03:59Oh, yeah, 'cause it was game six of the World Series, biggest game in Red Sox history.
01:04:04Yeah, sure.
01:04:06My friends and I had, you know, slept out on the sidewalk all night to get tickets.
01:04:10- You got tickets? - Yep. Day of the game I was sittin' in a bar...
01:04:13waitin' for the game to start, and in walks this girl.
01:04:17It was an amazing game, though. You know, bottom of the 8th, Carbo ties it up.
01:04:20It was 6-6. It went to 12.
01:04:22Bottom of the 12th, in stepped Carlton Fisk, old Pudge. Steps up to the plate.
01:04:27- You know, he's got that weird stance. - Yeah, yeah.
01:04:29And then, boom! He clocks it, you know. High!
01:04:32Fly ball down the left field line!
01:04:3535,000 people on their feet yellin' at the ball.
01:04:38But that's nothin', 'cause Fisk, he's wavin' at the ball like a madman.
01:04:40- You know, "Get over! Get over!" - Yeah, I've seen that. Right. Right.
01:04:42"Get over!" And then it hits the foul pole.
01:04:45Well, he goes ape-shit, and 35,000 fans, you know, they charge the field. You know?
01:04:50- Yeah, and he's fuckin' blowin' people outta the way. - And he's goin', goin', "Look out!
01:04:53Get outta the way! Get outta the way!"
01:04:55I can't fuckin' believe you had tickets to that fuckin' game! Did you rush the field?
01:04:58No, I didn't rush the fuckin' field. I wasn't there.
01:05:01- What? - No, I was in a bar having a drink with my future wife.
01:05:04- You missed Pudge Fisk's home run? - Oh, yeah.
01:05:06To have a fuckin' drink with some lady you never met?
01:05:09Yeah, but you should've seen her. She was a stunner.
01:05:11- I don't care if fuckin'... - Oh, no, no, she lit up the room.
01:05:14- I don't care if Helen of Troy walks into the room! That's game six! - Oh, Helen of Troy.
01:05:17Oh, my God. And who are these fuckin' friends of yours? They let you get away with that?
01:05:20- Oh, they had to. - What do you mean, they had? W- What did you say to 'em?
01:05:23I just slid my ticket across the table and I said...
01:05:25"Sorry, guys. I gotta see about a girl. "
01:05:29"I gotta go see about a girl"? Yeah, that's what you said?
01:05:31- I had to. - And they let you get away with that?
01:05:33Oh, yeah. They saw it in my eyes that I meant it.
01:05:35- You're kiddin' me? - No, I'm not kidding you, Will.
01:05:39That's why I'm not talkin' right now about some girl I saw at a bar 20 years ago...
01:05:41and how I always regretted not goin' over and talkin' to her.
01:05:45I don't regret the 18 years I was married to Nancy.
01:05:47I don't regret the six years I had to give up counselling when she got sick.
01:05:50And I don't regret the last years when she got really sick.
01:05:55And I sure as hell don't regret missin' a damn game.
01:05:58That's regret.
01:06:00Wow!
01:06:08Would've been nice to catch that game, though.
01:06:10I didn't know Pudge was gonna hit a home run.
01:06:15You know, I'm very, very useful on the court. I'm extremely tall.
01:06:22- You're not that tall. - I dunk.
01:06:27Will I ever play in the N.B.A.?
01:06:31"It is decidedly so. " Hmph.
01:06:37Why do we always stay here?
01:06:40'Cause it's nicer than my place.
01:06:42Yes, but I've never seen your place.
01:06:45I know.
01:06:47When am I gonna meet your friends and your brothers?
01:06:49Oh. Well, they don't really come down here that much.
01:06:53Well, I think I can make it to South Boston.
01:06:57It's kind of a hike.
01:06:59Is it me you're hiding from them or the other way around?
01:07:03- All right, we'll go. - When?
01:07:06I don't know. We'll go sometime next week.
01:07:09What if I said I would not sleep with you again until you let me meet your friends?
01:07:19I'd say it's, like, 4:30 in the mornin'. They're probably up.
01:07:23Oh, my God. Men are shameless.
01:07:26If you're not thinking with your wiener, then you're acting directly on its behalf.
01:07:30You bet. And on behalf of my wiener, can I get like an advance payment?
01:07:34I don't know. Let's ask.
01:07:37- "Outlook does not look good. " - What?
01:07:40Fuck the... Hey, Chuck. No, nothing. Go back to sleep.
01:07:42"Outlook does not... " That's the same thing that told you you was gonna play in the N.B.A. I think I'm in.
01:07:46Well, exactly, so look out. You better start buying some season tickets.
01:07:51I- I plan to. I'm tall. I like wearing shorts.
01:07:55Hook, hook. Dunk, dunk.
01:07:57- You're not that tall. - Yes, I am.
01:08:00Maybe I'm all about three points.
01:08:03I'm all about home runs.
01:08:06Stop mixing your sporting metaphors.
01:08:22A leprechaun's got his dick in the monkey's ass.
01:08:25And Morgan comes runnin' in, goin', "I don't mind it. I don't mind... "
01:08:31Will, I can't believe you brought Skylar here when we're fuckin' all bombed and drinkin'.
01:08:35I know, Morgan. It's a real rarity we'd be all drinkin'.
01:08:37You know, my Uncle Marty drinks. You know. He'll go on a bender for six, eight months.
01:08:41I ever tell you what happened to him when he was drivin' up there and he got pulled over?
01:08:43- I told you guys, right? - Marty, Marty, yeah.
01:08:45Let me tell you about... Let me tell ya what happened to my Uncle Marty...
01:08:47because you oughta know this.
01:08:50He's always tellin' stories. Every time we come here, he's got another story.
01:08:53But we all heard this one. Go ahead, just say it anyway. Go ahead.
01:08:57I will go ahead. Thanks a lot. Guess I have the floor now.
01:09:01Um, yeah, my Uncle Marty's drivin' home, right?
01:09:05Bombed out of his tree, right? Just hammered out of his gourd. Just wrecked!
01:09:10This state trooper, uh, sees him and pulls him over.
01:09:13So my uncle's fucked, basically. Got him out of the car, and tried to make him walk the line.
01:09:16He gets out of the car, you know, pukes and the guy statie's pretty sure he's over the legal limit.
01:09:20So, he's about to throw the cuffs on him and put him in jail.
01:09:24All of a sudden, 50 yards down the road there's this huge fuckin' boom, right?
01:09:28- So statie gets real spooked, and he turns around... - He got shot?
01:09:32- No, no. - So, so...
01:09:34- You've heard this story before. - Yeah, Morgan, stop it. Stop it.
01:09:37Some other guy's car had hit a tree. Okay? There was an accident.
01:09:42- Anyway... Shut the fuck up! - How could he hear the other car accident if it wasn't right behind him?
01:09:45- I'm gonna break your neck. - You're driving him nuts, Morgan. - Shut up! Okay, shut up.
01:09:48- Sorry. - He told you the story once before. Go ahead.
01:09:50So he tells my uncle, "Stay here. Don't move. "
01:09:52So statie goes runnin' down the road to deal with the other accident.
01:09:56After a few minutes of, of just lyin' in his own piss and vomit...
01:10:00my uncle st-starts wonderin' what he's doin' there.
01:10:03Gets up, gets in his car and just drives home.
01:10:05Well, the next mornin', my uncle's just passed out...
01:10:08and he hears this knocking at the door.
01:10:10So he goes downstairs, fuckin' pulls the door open. "What?"
01:10:13It's the state trooper that pulled him over.
01:10:16Statie says, "Fuck you mean, 'What? ' You know what.
01:10:18I pulled you over last night is what, and you fuckin' took off. "
01:10:21He's like, "Bet you I never seen you before in my life.
01:10:24I've been home all night with my kids. I don't know who the fuck you are. "
01:10:27He said, "You know who I am. Let me get in your garage. "
01:10:30My uncle's like, "What?" He said, "You heard me. Let met get in your garage. "
01:10:32My uncle's like, "All right, fine. " Takes him 'round to the garage, opens the door.
01:10:35And there's... The statie's police cruiser is in my uncle's garage.
01:10:42He was so fuckin'... He was so fuckin' hammered, he drove the wrong car home.
01:10:46And the best part about it is the fuckin' state trooper...
01:10:49had been so embarrassed, he didn't do anything...
01:10:52'cause he'd been drivin' around all night in my uncle's Chevelle lookin' for the house.
01:10:55All right, Chuck, what the fuck is the point of your story?
01:10:59Well, he goes away. That's the point.
01:11:01- All right. Well, question. Are you... - Come on, stop.
01:11:05I'm tryin' to clarify somethin', probably 'cause you're too embarrassed to ask...
01:11:07'cause you know it doesn't make any sense.
01:11:09It does make sense if you listen to the story and quit askin' questions.
01:11:12Morgan, let's see if you can get this one. I've got a little story for ya.
01:11:16All right. There's an old couple in bed. Mary and Paddie.
01:11:21And they wake up on the morning of their 50th anniversary.
01:11:26And Mary looks over and gazes adoringly at Paddie.
01:11:29She's like, "Oh, Jesus, Paddie. You're such a good-lookin' fella. I love ya.
01:11:34I want to give ya a little present.
01:11:36Anything your little heart desires, I'm goin' to give it to ya.
01:11:39What would you like?"
01:11:41Paddie's like, "Oh, gee, Mary. That's a very sweet offer.
01:11:46Now, in 50 years, there's one thing that's been missin'...
01:11:51and, uh, I would like you to give me a blow job.
01:11:56I would like for it. " And Mary's like, "All right. "
01:11:59She takes her teeth out, puts them in the glass, and she gives him a blow job.
01:12:03And afterwards, Paddie's like, "Yeah, geez, now that's what I've been missin'.
01:12:07That was the most beautiful, earth-shattering thing ever!
01:12:11Beautiful, Mary! I love ya!
01:12:13Is there anything that I can do for you?"
01:12:17And Mary looks up to him and she goes, "Give us a kiss. "
01:12:21- Oh! - Oh, my God!
01:12:25- That's filthy. - Not that filthy. I've heard filthier.
01:12:32Get off of me! Lt's this fuckin'...
01:12:34- All right, see you guys later. - All right. Take it easy, Bill.
01:12:39So, Skylar, thanks for comin' by.
01:12:41Changed my opinion of Harvard people.
01:12:43Ah, well, you don't want to rush the judgment on that one 'cause, you know, they're not all like me.
01:12:47Oh, well, I'm sure. But it was nice to meet ya.
01:12:51- Take it easy. - Oh, all right.
01:12:52- Slowly back away. - Oh, come on. Hey. Brother.
01:12:55I don't know what you're doin', dude. You're givin' us a ride.
01:12:58- What the fuck do I look like to you? - Come on, Chuck.
01:13:01Else you're walkin', bitch. WilI's takin' the car.
01:13:04All right. Thanks, Chuck. I appreciate it.
01:13:06Wait, wait. I don't know what you're gettin' all serious about.
01:13:09You're droppin' me off first.
01:13:11- Dude, it's really out of the way. - Oh, okay.
01:13:14- It's real far. - Just 'cause you have to sleep in your one-room palace tonight...
01:13:16- don't start thinkin' you're bad. - All right, come on.
01:13:18Hey, wait a minute. You said we were gonna see your place.
01:13:20- No, not tonight. - Oh, no, not tonight. Not any other night, hon.
01:13:23He knows once you see that little shit-hole, he's gettin' dropped like a bad habit.
01:13:27But I wanted to meet your brothers.
01:13:30No. We're gonna do that another time.
01:13:32All right.
01:13:36Need them keys.
01:13:38The stewardess hears this and goes haulin' ass down the aisle.
01:13:42And I yell, "Don't forget the coffee. "
01:13:46No shit! You didn't say that.
01:13:49- For Christ's sake, Marty, it's a joke. - Yeah.
01:13:51- I know someone that it actually happened to, Marty. - A joke?
01:13:53- Gerry. Have trouble findin' the place? - Hi. No, I took a cab.
01:13:56Timmy, this is Gerry. We went to college together.
01:14:00- How you doin'? Nice to meet ya. - Pleased to meet ya.
01:14:03- Can I get you a beer? - Uh, no, just a Perrier.
01:14:07That's French for club soda.
01:14:09- Huh. Club soda, yeah. - Yeah. A couple of sandwiches, too.
01:14:12- Sure. - Put it on my tab.
01:14:14You ever plan on payin' your tab?
01:14:16Yeah, chief. Got the winning lottery ticket right here.
01:14:18- What's the jackpot? - $12 million.
01:14:20- I don't think that'll cover it. - Yeah, but it'll cover your sex change operation.
01:14:28- Nuts? - No, thank you.
01:14:34So, you wanted to talk about Will.
01:14:37- Well, it seems to be going well. - I think so.
01:14:43Have you talked to him at all about his future?
01:14:46No, we haven't gotten into that yet. We're still bangin' away at the past.
01:14:49Well, maybe you should. My phone's been ringing off the hook with job offers.
01:14:53- What kind? - Well, cutting edge mathematics, think tanks.
01:14:57The kind of place where a mind like WilI's is given free rein.
01:15:01That's, that's great that there are offers...
01:15:03but I, I don't really think he's ready for that.
01:15:10I'm not sure you understand, Sean.
01:15:14- Well, what don't I understand? - Here you go, guys.
01:15:16- Thanks, Tim. - Yeah, thank you.
01:15:18Just so you don't get sticky fingers, huh?
01:15:22Tim, can you help us? We're tryin' to settle a bet.
01:15:26Uh-oh.
01:15:27- You ever heard of Jonas Salk? - Sure. Cured polio.
01:15:31- Ever heard of Albert Einstein? - Hey.
01:15:36How about Gerald Lambeau? Ever heard of him?
01:15:40- No. - Thank you, Tim.
01:15:43- So, who won the bet? - I did.
01:15:48This isn't about me, Sean. I'm...
01:15:52I'm nothing compared to this young man.
01:15:58You ever hear of Gerald Lambeau?
01:16:00In 1905 there were hundreds of professors renown...
01:16:03for their study of the universe, but it was a...
01:16:06It was a 26-year-old Swiss patent clerk...
01:16:09doing physics in his spare time who changed the world.
01:16:12Can you imagine if Einstein would have given that up...
01:16:14just to get drunk with his buddies in Vienna every night?
01:16:16We all would've lost something. Tim would never have heard of him.
01:16:21- Pretty dramatic, Gerry. - No, it isn't, Sean.
01:16:24This boy has that gift.
01:16:27He just hasn't got the direction, but we can give that to him.
01:16:29Hey, Gerry, in the 1960s...
01:16:32there was a young man graduated from the University of Michigan.
01:16:35Did some brilliant work in mathematics.
01:16:38Specifically, bounded harmonic functions.
01:16:41Then he went on to Berkeley. He was assistant professor.
01:16:43Showed amazing potential. Then he moved to Montana and he blew the competition away.
01:16:47- Yeah, so who was he? - Ted Kaczynski.
01:16:50Haven't heard of him.
01:16:52- Hey, Timmy! - Yo!
01:16:53- Who's Ted Kaczynski? - Unabomber.
01:16:58That's exactly what I'm talking about. We gotta give this kid direction.
01:17:03He can contribute to the world, and, and we can help him do that.
01:17:06- Direction's one thing. Manipulation's another, all right? - Sean!
01:17:09- We have to let him find... - Sean, I'm not sitting at home every night twisting my mustache...
01:17:12and hatching a, hatching a plan to ruin this boy's life.
01:17:15I was doing advanced mathematics when I was, when I was 18...
01:17:18and it still took me over 20 years to do something worthy of a Field's medal.
01:17:21Well, maybe he doesn't want what you want.
01:17:23There's more to life than a fuckin' Field's medal.
01:17:26This is too important, Sean, and it's above personal rivalry.
01:17:30Wait a minute. Wait a minute, Gerry. Let's talk about the boy.
01:17:33Why don't we give him time to figure out what he wants?
01:17:36That's a wonderful theory, Sean. It worked wonders for you, didn't it?
01:17:39Yeah, it did, you arrogant fuckin' prick.
01:17:43Well, I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I came here today.
01:17:46I came here out of courtesy. I- I wanted to keep you in the loop.
01:17:49Oh, nice to be in the loop.
01:17:51The boy's in a meeting right now I set up for him over at McNeil.
01:17:55Well, Will, uh, I'm not exactly sure what you mean.
01:17:59We've already offered you a position.
01:18:01Nobody in this town works without a retainer, guys.
01:18:03You think you can find somebody who does, let me tell you, you have my blessin'.
01:18:07But I think we all know that person's not gonna represent you as well as I can.
01:18:10Will, our offer i- is $84,000 a year plus...
01:18:13Retainer Retainer.
01:18:18You want us to give you cash right now?
01:18:21Whoa-ho-ho. Go easy. Now, I didn't say that.
01:18:25Allegedly, your situation, for you...
01:18:31would be concurrently improved...
01:18:33if I had $200 in my back pocket right now.
01:18:38Well, I don't think I-I can, uh, uh... Larry?
01:18:42- I've got $73. - Uh, will you take a cheque?
01:18:48Let me tell you somethin'. You're suspect.
01:18:51Yeah, you.
01:18:54I don't know what your reputation is in this town...
01:18:58but after the shit you tried to pull today, you can bet I'll be lookin' into you.
01:19:02Now, any business we have heretofore...
01:19:07you can speak with my aforementioned attorney.
01:19:11Good day, gentlemen. And until that day comes...
01:19:15keep your ear to the grindstone.
01:19:31- How's it goin'? - Fine.
01:19:33Yeah.
01:19:36Good.
01:19:39- You want some help? - No.
01:19:42- Come on. Give me one little peek, we'll go to the batting cages. - No.
01:19:47It is actually important that I learn this.
01:19:51- It's really important to me. Okay? - All right. All right.
01:19:56- So, why don't we just hang out here all day? - Yes, why don't we?
01:20:02All right, Mr Nosey Parker.
01:20:05Seeing as you're intent on breaking my balls...
01:20:10let me ask you a question.
01:20:12All right.
01:20:14Do you have a photographic memory?
01:20:18I don't know. I just kinda remember, you know?
01:20:20I mean, how do you remember your phone number? You know? You just do.
01:20:24- Well, have you studied organic chemistry? - A little bit.
01:20:27- Oh, just for fun? - Yeah, for kicks.
01:20:30Yeah, it's so much fun studying organic chemistry.
01:20:33Are you mad?
01:20:35Have you completely lost your mind? Nobody studies it for fun.
01:20:39It's not a, a necessity, especially for someone like you.
01:20:43- Someone like me? - Yeah.
01:20:45Someone who divides their time fairly evenly between batting cages and bars.
01:20:49I mean, I would hardly say it was a necessity.
01:20:51Oh.
01:20:54You know, there are very smart people here at Harvard.
01:20:57And even they have to study, because this is really hard.
01:21:01And yet, you do it so easily.
01:21:05I don't understand. I, I, I don't understand how your mind works.
01:21:08- Do you play the piano? - I want to talk about this.
01:21:11No, I'm trying to explain it to you. Do you play the piano?
01:21:13- Yeah, a bit. - All right. So when you, when you look at a piano, you see Mozart.
01:21:18- I see "Chopsticks. " - All right. Well, Beethoven, okay?
01:21:22He looked at a piano, and it just made sense to him. He could just play.
01:21:26- So, what are you saying? You play the piano? - No, not a lick.
01:21:28I mean, I look at a piano, I see a bunch of keys, three pedals and a box of wood.
01:21:32But Beethoven, Mozart, they saw it, they could just play.
01:21:37I couldn't paint you a picture. I probably can't hit the ball out of Fenway.
01:21:41And I can't play the piano.
01:21:43But you can do my O-chem paper in under an hour.
01:21:46Right. Well, I mean, when it came to stuff like that...
01:21:49I could always just play.
01:21:53That's the best I can explain it.
01:21:56- Come here. I have to tell you something. - Huh?
01:21:59- I have to tell you something. - Oh.
01:22:02Well...
01:22:19- It's not fair. - What's not fair? What?
01:22:23I've been here for four years...
01:22:27and I've only just found you.
01:22:30Well, you found me.
01:22:44Are you awake?
01:22:46Nope.
01:22:49Yes, you are.
01:22:54Will, come to California with me.
01:22:59What?
01:23:03I want you to come to California with me.
01:23:11You sure about that?
01:23:13Oh, yeah.
01:23:16Yeah, but how do you know?
01:23:19I don't know. I just know.
01:23:23Yeah, but h-how do you know?
01:23:26I know because I feel it.
01:23:31- 'Cause that's a really serious thing you're sayin'. I mean... - I, I know.
01:23:34You could be in California next week, and you know...
01:23:36you might find out something about me you don't like, and, you know...
01:23:40maybe you wish you hadn't said that, but you know it's such a serious thing...
01:23:43that you can't take it back, and now I'm stuck in California...
01:23:46with someone that doesn't really want to be with me, just wish they had a take-back.
01:23:49A what? What's a take-back?
01:23:52I don't want a take-back.
01:23:55I just want you to come to California with me.
01:23:58Well, I can't go to California with you, so...
01:24:04- Why not? - Well, one, because I, I, I got a job here.
01:24:09And two, because I live here.
01:24:12Look, um, if you don't love me, you should just tell me because...
01:24:16I'm not sayin' I don't love you.
01:24:19Then why? Why won't you come? What are you so scared of?
01:24:24What am I so scared of?
01:24:27Well, what aren't you scared of?
01:24:30You live in this safe little world where no one challenges you, and you're scared shitless to do anything else.
01:24:34- Because that might mean that you'd have to change. - Don't, don't tell me about my world. Don't tell me about my world.
01:24:37I mean, you just wanna have your little fling with like the guy from the other side of town.
01:24:40Then you're gonna go off to Stanford. You're gonna marry some rich prick...
01:24:43who your parents will approve of, and just sit around...
01:24:45with the other trust-fund babies and talk about how you went slummin', too, once.
01:24:49Why are you saying this?
01:24:52What is your obsession with this money?
01:24:54My father died when I was 13, and I inherited this money.
01:24:59You don't think every day I wake up, and I wish I could give it back.
01:25:04That I would give it back in a second...
01:25:06if it meant I could have one more day with him, but I can't.
01:25:09And that's my life, and I deal with it.
01:25:11So don't put your shit on me when you're the one that's afraid.
01:25:14I'm afraid? W-W-What am I afraid of? So, what the fuck am I afraid of?
01:25:17You're afraid of me. You're afraid that I won't love you back.
01:25:20And you know what? I'm afraid, too!
01:25:22But fuck it, I wanna give it a shot. And at least I'm honest with you.
01:25:26- I'm not honest with you? - No. What about your 12 brothers?
01:25:30All right.
01:25:32No, you're not going. You're not leaving.
01:25:34What do you wanna know? What? That I don't have 12 brothers?
01:25:37- That I'm a fuckin' orphan? No, you don't wanna hear that. - I didn't know that. I didn't know that.
01:25:39No, you don't wanna hear that. You don't wanna hear that I got fuckin' cigarettes put out on me when I was a little kid.
01:25:43- Honey, I didn't know that. - That this isn't fuckin' surgery.
01:25:45That the motherfucker stabbed me. You don't wanna hear that shit, Skylar!
01:25:49- I do wanna hear that. - Don't tell me you wanna hear that shit!
01:25:52- I wanna hear it because I wanna help you, because I wanna be with you. - Help me? What the fuck!
01:25:55What do I got, a fuckin' sign on my back that says, "Save me"?
01:25:58- No. - Do I look like I need that?
01:25:59- No! God, I just want to be with you because I love you. - Don't bullshit me. Don't bullshit me.
01:26:03- Don't you fuckin' bullshit me! - I love you. I love you.
01:26:06I love you.
01:26:10I wanna hear you say that you don't love me.
01:26:14Because if you say that...
01:26:18then I won't call you...
01:26:21and I won't be in your life.
01:26:31I don't love you.
01:26:37You don't...
01:27:13Most people never get to see how brilliant they can be.
01:27:17They don't find teachers that believe in them.
01:27:20They get convinced they're stupid.
01:27:24I hope you appreciate what he's doing...
01:27:27because I've seen how much he enjoys working with you...
01:27:30not against you.
01:27:36Hello, Will.
01:27:39Tom, can you get us some coffee?
01:27:42Sure.
01:27:47Now, let's see.
01:27:55Good. This is correct.
01:28:00I see you used Maclaurin here.
01:28:02Yeah, I don't know what you call it, but...
01:28:06This can't be right.
01:28:11This would be very embarrassing.
01:28:17- Did you ever consider... - I'm pretty sure it's right.
01:28:20Hey, look, can we do this at Sean's office from now on?
01:28:22Because I, I gotta knock off work to come here and the commute is killing me.
01:28:26Yeah, sure.
01:28:28- But did you think of the possibility... - It's right.
01:28:31It's right. Just take it home with you.
01:28:38What happened at the McNeil meeting?
01:28:41I couldn't go. I had a date. So, uh, so I sent my chief negotiator.
01:28:49On your own time, you can do whatever you like, Will.
01:28:53But when I set up a meeting with, with my associates...
01:28:56and you don't show up, it reflects poorly on me.
01:28:58- Well, then don't set up any more meetings. - Well, I won't.
01:29:01I'll cancel them.
01:29:03I'll give you a job myself. I, I just wanted you to see what was out there.
01:29:07Look, maybe I don't wanna spend the, the rest of my fuckin' life sittin' around explaining shit to people.
01:29:18I think you could show me some appreciation.
01:29:21A little appreciation? Do you know how easy this is for me?
01:29:24Do you have any fuckin' idea how easy this is? This is a fuckin' joke.
01:29:27And I'm sorry you can't do this. I really am.
01:29:29Because I wouldn't have to fuckin' sit here and watch you fumble around...
01:29:32and fuck it up.
01:29:39Then you'd have more time to sit around and get drunk instead, wouldn't you?
01:29:43You're right. This is probably a total waste of my time.
01:30:01Yeah, you're right, Will.
01:30:05I can't do this proof.
01:30:10But you can. And when it comes to that, it's only about...
01:30:13It's just a handful of people in the world who can tell the difference between you and me.
01:30:17- But I'm one of 'em. - Sorry.
01:30:19Yeah, so am I.
01:30:22Most days I wish I never met you...
01:30:27because then I could sleep at night.
01:30:29And I didn't, I didn't have to walk around with the knowledge...
01:30:32that there was someone like you out there.
01:30:41I- I didn't have to watch you throw it all away.
01:30:52Bill, hold it.
01:30:54Did you hear that?
01:30:57Morgan!
01:30:59If you're watchin' pornos in my mom's room again...
01:31:02I'm gonna give you a fuckin' beatin'.
01:31:21What's up, fellas?
01:31:24Morgan, dude, why don't you jerk off in your own fuckin' house, dude?
01:31:27- That's fuckin' filthy. - I don't got a V.C.R. At my house.
01:31:31- You're kiddin'. - Come on. Not in my glove.
01:31:35I didn't, I didn't use the glove.
01:31:38That's my Little League glove.
01:31:42What do you want me to do?
01:31:45I mean, what's wrong with you?
01:31:47You'll hump a baseball glove?
01:31:49I didn't. I didn't. I just used it for the, for cleanup.
01:31:54Will you stop jerkin' off in my mother's room, please?
01:31:56- Is there another V.C.R. In the house? - It's just sad, bro.
01:32:01So why do you think I should work for the National Security Agency?
01:32:06Well, you'd be working on the cutting edge.
01:32:10You'd be exposed to the kind of technology that you wouldn't see anywhere else...
01:32:13because we've classified it.
01:32:16Superstring theory, chaos math, advanced algorithms.
01:32:19Code breaking.
01:32:22Well, that's one aspect of what we do.
01:32:25Oh, come on. I mean, that is what you do.
01:32:27You guys handle 80% of the intelligence workload.
01:32:30You're seven times the size of the C.I.A.
01:32:33We don't like to brag about that, Will.
01:32:36But you're exactly right.
01:32:39So, the way I see it, the question isn't...
01:32:43"Why should you work for the N.S.A.?"
01:32:45The question is: "Why shouldn't you?"
01:32:48Why shouldn't I work for the N.S.A.?
01:32:52That's a tough one, but I'll take a shot.
01:32:56Say I'm workin' at the N.S.A. And somebody puts a code on my desk.
01:32:59Somethin' no one else can break.
01:33:01Maybe I take a shot at it, and maybe I break it.
01:33:03And I'm real happy with myself 'cause I did my job well.
01:33:05But maybe that code was the location of some rebel army in North Africa or the Middle East.
01:33:09And once they have that location, they bomb the village where the rebels are hidin'.
01:33:12Fifteen hundred people that I never met, never had no problem with, get killed.
01:33:16Now the politicians are sayin', "Oh, send in the marines to secure the area. "
01:33:20'Cause they don't give a shit. It won't be their kid over there gettin' shot.
01:33:22Just like it wasn't them when their number got called...
01:33:24'cause they were all pullin' a tour in the National Guard.
01:33:26It'll be some kid from Southie over there takin' shrapnel in the ass.
01:33:29He comes back to find that the plant he used to work at...
01:33:32got exported to the country he just got back from...
01:33:34and the guy who put the shrapnel in his ass got his old job...
01:33:36'cause he'll work for 15 cents a day and no bathroom breaks.
01:33:39Meanwhile, he realizes the only reason he was over there in the first place...
01:33:42was so that we could install a government that would sell us oil at a good price.
01:33:45And, of course, the oil companies used a little skirmish over there to scare up domestic oil prices.
01:33:49A cute little ancillary benefit for them...
01:33:51but it ain't helpin' my buddy at $2.50 a gallon.
01:33:54They're takin' their sweet time bringin' the oil back, of course.
01:33:56Maybe they even took the liberty of hirin' an alcoholic skipper...
01:33:58who likes to drink martinis and fuckin' play slalom with the icebergs.
01:34:01It ain't too long till he hits one, spills the oil...
01:34:04and kills all the sea life in the North Atlantic.
01:34:06So now by buddy's out of work. He can't afford to drive...
01:34:09so he's walkin' to the fuckin' job interviews, which sucks...
01:34:11because the shrapnel in his ass is givin' him chronic haemorrhoids.
01:34:14And meanwhile, he's starvin' 'cause every time he tries to get a bite to eat...
01:34:16the only blue plate special they're servin' is North Atlantic scrod with Quaker State.
01:34:21So what did I think?
01:34:23I'm holdin' out for something better.
01:34:27I figure, fuck it. While I'm at it, why not just shoot my buddy...
01:34:30take his job, give it to his sworn enemy...
01:34:32hike up gas prices, bomb a village, club a baby seal...
01:34:35hit the hash pipe and join the National Guard?
01:34:38I can be elected president.
01:34:40- You feel like you're alone, Will? - What?
01:34:44Do you have a soul mate?
01:34:47Do I have a... Define that.
01:34:50Somebody who challenges you.
01:34:53- Uh, Chuckie. - No, Chuckie's family.
01:34:55He'd lie down in fuckin' traffic for you.
01:34:58No, I'm talkin' about someone who opens up things for you, touches your soul.
01:35:03- I got... I got... - Who?
01:35:07- I got plenty. - Well, name 'em.
01:35:10Shakespeare, Nietzsche, Frost, O'Connor, Kant, Pope, Locke...
01:35:13- That's great. They're all dead. - Not to me they're not.
01:35:16Nah. You don't have a lot of dialogue with them.
01:35:20You can't give back to them, Will.
01:35:22Not without some serious smelling salts and a heater.
01:35:24Yeah. Yeah, that's what I'm saying.
01:35:28You'll never have that kind of relationship in a world...
01:35:30where you're always afraid to take the first step...
01:35:32because all you see is every negative thing ten miles down the road.
01:35:36- You gonna take the professor's side on this? - Don't give me a line of shit.
01:35:38- No. - Look, I didn't want the job.
01:35:40It's not about the job. I don't care if you work for the government.
01:35:43But you can do anything you want. You are bound by nothing.
01:35:47What are you passionate about? What do you want?
01:35:51I mean, there are guys who work their entire life layin' brick...
01:35:53so their kids have a chance at the opportunities you have here.
01:35:56- I didn't ask for this. - No.
01:35:58You were born with it, so don't cop out behind, "I didn't ask for this. "
01:36:01What do you mean, "cop out"? I mean, w- w-what's wrong with layin' brick?
01:36:04- Nothin'. - There's nothin' wrong with it. That's, that's somebody's home I'm buildin'.
01:36:07Right. My day laid brick, okay? Busted his ass so I could have an education.
01:36:12Exactly. That's an honourable profession. What's wrong with, with fixin' somebody's car?
01:36:16Someone will get to work the next day because of me. There's honour in that.
01:36:18Yeah, there is, Will. There's honour in that. And there's honour in...
01:36:20you know, taking that 40-minute train ride...
01:36:23so those college kids could come in in the morning and the floors are clean.
01:36:25And the wastebaskets are empty. That's real work.
01:36:27- That's right. - Right. And that's honourable.
01:36:29Sure, that's why you took that job. I mean, for the honour of it.
01:36:33I just have a little question here.
01:36:35You could be a janitor anywhere.
01:36:38Why did you work at the most prestigious technical college in the whole fuckin' world?
01:36:42And why did you sneak around at night and finish other people's formulas...
01:36:45that only one or two people in the world could do, and then lie about it?
01:36:52'Cause I don't see a lot of honour in that, Will.
01:36:57So what do you really want to do?
01:37:04- I wanna be a shepherd. - Really?
01:37:07I wanna move up to Nashua, get a nice little spread...
01:37:09get some sheep and tend to them.
01:37:11- Maybe you should go do that. - What?
01:37:14You know, if you're gonna jerk off, why don't you just do it at home with a moist towel?
01:37:17- You're chuckin' me? - Yeah, get the fuck outta here.
01:37:19- Hey, no, no, no. Time's not up yet. - Yeah, it is.
01:37:21- I'm not leavin'. No. - Listen, you're not gonna answer my questions.
01:37:23- You're wastin' my fuckin' time. - What? I thought we were friends. What do you mean, you...
01:37:26- Playtime's over, okay? - Well, why you kickin' me out, Sean? I mean, what... I mean...
01:37:30You're lecturin' me on life? Look at you, you fuckin' burnout.
01:37:33- What winds your clock? - Workin' with you.
01:37:36Where's your soul mate? You wanna talk about soul mates? Where is she?
01:37:39- Dead. - That's right, she's fuckin' dead.
01:37:41She fuckin' dies, and you just cash in your chips and you walk away?
01:37:44- Hey, at least I played a hand. - Oh, and you played a hand and you lost. You lost a big fuckin' hand.
01:37:48And some people will lose a big hand like that and have the sack to ante up again.
01:37:52Look at me. What do you wanna do?
01:38:02You and your bullshit. You got a bullshit answer for everybody.
01:38:06But I ask you a very simple question, and you can't give me a straight answer.
01:38:11Because you don't know.
01:38:15See ya, Bo-Peep.
01:38:21- Fuck you. - You're the shepherd.
01:38:28Shepherd.
01:38:30White little prick.
01:38:33I just wanted to, you know, um...
01:38:35call you up, uh, before you left, um...
01:38:39I've been takin' all these, uh, job interviews and stuff...
01:38:41so I'm not gonna be just a construction worker.
01:38:43Well, you know, I never really cared about that.
01:38:48Yeah.
01:38:53I love you.
01:38:59Will?
01:39:02You take care.
01:39:04Someone's always comin' around here
01:39:08- Trailin' some new kill - Bye.
01:39:12Says I seen your picture
01:39:14On a hundred dollar bill
01:39:19What's a game of chance to you
01:39:23In this world
01:39:28Of real skill So glad to meet you
01:39:31Angeles
01:39:37Pickin' up the ticket shows
01:39:40There's money to be made
01:39:45Go on, lose the gamble
01:39:47That's the history of the trade
01:39:52Did you add up all the cards left to play
01:40:01To zero And sign up with people
01:40:05Angeles
01:40:09Don't start with me tryin'
01:40:15Will, come on. Will!
01:40:19Will, that's it. We're done here.
01:40:22I'm sitting in your office and the boy isn't here.
01:40:26Well, it's ten past 5:00. An hour and ten minutes late.
01:40:30I can make you satisfied in everything
01:40:34Well, what if he doesn't show up and I file a report...
01:40:36saying he wasn't here and he goes back to jail?
01:40:38Lt won't be on my conscience.
01:40:41Now becoming true
01:40:44Okay. Fine.
01:40:49What's up?
01:40:53Thanks.
01:41:00Fuck, that's good.
01:41:05So how's your lady?
01:41:07Ah, she's gone.
01:41:11Gone? Gone where?
01:41:13Uh, med school. Medical school in California.
01:41:17- Really? - Yeah.
01:41:19- When was this? - It was like a week ago.
01:41:26That sucks.
01:41:31So, uh, when are you done with those meetin's?
01:41:35I think the week after I'm 21.
01:41:37Yeah? They gonna hook you up with a job or what?
01:41:39Yeah. Fuckin' sit in a room and do long division for the next 50 years.
01:41:44Ah, probably make some nice bank though.
01:41:47I'm gonna be a fuckin' lab rat.
01:41:49Better than this shit. Way outta here.
01:41:53Well, uh, what do I want a way out of here for?
01:41:55I mean, I'm gonna fuckin' live here the rest of my life.
01:41:57You know, be neighbours. You know, have little kids.
01:42:00Fuckin' take them to Little League together up Foley Field.
01:42:06Look, you're my best friend so don't take this the wrong way...
01:42:09but in 20 years, if you're still livin' here...
01:42:13comin' over to my house to watch the Patriot's games, still workin' construction...
01:42:16I'll fuckin' kill ya.
01:42:18- That's not a threat. That's a fact. I'll fuckin' kill ya. - What?
01:42:21What the fuck are you talkin' about?
01:42:23- Look, you got something none of us have. - Oh, come on. W-Why is it always this?
01:42:27I mean, I fuckin' owe it to myself to do this or that. What if I don't want to?
01:42:31Oh, no, no, no. No, fuck you. You don't owe it to yourself.
01:42:35You owe it to me...
01:42:37'cause tomorrow I'm gonna wake up and I'll be 50...
01:42:40and I'll still be doin' this shit.
01:42:43And that's all right. That's fine.
01:42:45I mean, you're sittin' on a winnin' lottery ticket.
01:42:48And you're too much of a pussy to cash it in, and that's bullshit.
01:42:53'Cause I'd do fuckin' anything to have what you got.
01:42:56So would any of these fuckin' guys.
01:42:59It'd be an insult to us if you're still here in 20 years.
01:43:02Hangin' around here is a fuckin' waste of your time.
01:43:05- You don't know that. - I don't?
01:43:07- No, you don't know that. - Oh, I don't know that.
01:43:09Let me tell you what I do know.
01:43:11Every day I come by your house and I pick you up.
01:43:14And we go out and we have a few drinks and a few laughs, and it's great.
01:43:18You know what the best part of my day is?
01:43:21For about ten seconds, from when I pull up to the kerb and when I get to your door.
01:43:26'Cause I think maybe I'll get up there and I'll knock on the door...
01:43:28and you won't be there.
01:43:30No "goodbye," no "see ya later. " No nothin'. You just left.
01:43:36I don't know much, but I know that.
01:43:51This is a disaster, Sean.
01:43:53I brought you in here because I wanted you to help me with the boy.
01:43:56- Not to run him out. - I know what I'm doing with the boy, Gerry.
01:43:58I don't care if you have a rapport with the boy! I don't care if you have a few laughs, even at my expense.
01:44:02But don't you dare undermine what I'm trying to do here.
01:44:04- Undermine? - This boy is at a fragile point right now.
01:44:07I do understand. He is at a fragile point, okay? He's got problems.
01:44:11Well, what problems does he have, Sean? That he's better off as a janitor? That he's better off in jail?
01:44:14Better off hanging out with a bunch of retarded gorillas?
01:44:17Oh, why do you think he does that, Gerry? Do you have any fuckin' clue why? Hmm?
01:44:21He can handle the problems. He can handle the work, and he obviously handled you.
01:44:25Gerry, listen to me. Listen. Why is he hiding? Why doesn't he trust anybody?
01:44:29Because the first thing that happened to him, he was abandoned by the people who were supposed to love him the most.
01:44:33- Oh, come on, don't give me that Freudian crap. - Oh, no, listen, Gerry.
01:44:35And why does he hang out with those retarded gorillas, as you call them?
01:44:38Because any one of them, if you asked them to, would take a fuckin' bat to your head. Okay?
01:44:42- That's called loyalty. - Yeah, that's very touching.
01:44:44And who is he handling? He pushes people away before they have a chance to leave him.
01:44:48It's a defence mechanism, all right?
01:44:51And for 20 years he's been alone because of that.
01:44:53And if you push him right now, it's gonna be the same thing all over again.
01:44:56And I'm not gonna let that happen to him.
01:44:58- Now, don't you do that, Sean. - What, Gerry?
01:45:00Don't you do that. Don't infect him with the idea that it's okay to quit.
01:45:03That it's okay to be a failure, because it's not okay, Sean.
01:45:06And if you're angry at me for being, being successful, for being what you could have been, Sean...
01:45:10- I'm not angry at you, Gerry. - Oh, yes, you're angry at me, Sean.
01:45:13You resent me. But I'm not gonna apologize for any, any success I've had.
01:45:17You're angry at me for doing what you could have done.
01:45:20But ask yourself, Sean. Ask yourself if you want Will to feel that way.
01:45:24- If you want him to feel like a failure. - Oh, you arrogant shit!
01:45:28That's why I don't come to the goddam reunions.
01:45:30'Cause I can't stand that look in your eye.
01:45:32- You know, that condescending embarrassed look? - Oh, come on, Sean.
01:45:35You think I'm a failure. I know who I am.
01:45:37And I'm proud of what I do. It was a conscious choice.
01:45:41I didn't fuck up.
01:45:42And you and your cronies think I'm some sort of pity case.
01:45:45You and your kiss-ass chorus following you around going, "The Field's medal! The Field's medal!"
01:45:49Why are you still so fuckin' afraid of failure?
01:45:52It's about my medal, is it? Oh, God, I could go home and get it for you. You can have it.
01:45:56Oh, please don't. You know... You know what, Gerry? Shove the medal up your fuckin' ass, all right?
01:45:59'Cause I don't give a shit about your medal because I knew you before you were a mathematical god.
01:46:03When you were pimple-faced and homesick, and didn't know what side of the bed to piss on.
01:46:07Yeah, you were smarter than me then and you're smarter than me now.
01:46:09So don't blame me for how your life turned out. It's not my fault.
01:46:11I don't blame you. It's not about you, you mathematical dick!
01:46:15It's about the boy. He's a good kid.
01:46:18And I won't see you fuck him up like you're trying to fuck up me right now.
01:46:21I won't see you make him feel like a failure, too.
01:46:24- He won't be a failure, Sean! - But, but if you push him, Gerry...
01:46:27- If you ride him... - Sean, I am what I am today...
01:46:30because I was pushed and because I learned to push myself.
01:46:33He's not you! Do you get that?
01:46:38- I can come back. - No, come in. Uh...
01:46:41I was just leaving.
01:46:54A lot of that stuff goes back a long way between me and him.
01:46:58You know. Not about you.
01:47:05- What is that? - This is your file.
01:47:09I have to send it back to the judge for evaluation.
01:47:11Oh.
01:47:14Hey, you're not gonna fail me, are you?
01:47:20What's it say?
01:47:23- Wanna read it? - Why?
01:47:29Have you had any, uh, experience with that?
01:47:31Twenty years of counselling. Yeah, I've seen some pretty awful shit.
01:47:36I mean, have you had any experience with that?
01:47:43Personally?
01:47:46- Yeah. - Yeah, I have.
01:47:49It sure ain't good.
01:47:55My father was an alcoholic. Mean, fuckin' drunk.
01:48:01He'd come home hammered, lookin' to whale on somebody.
01:48:04So I'd provoke him so he wouldn't go after my mother and little brother.
01:48:09Interesting nights were when he wore his rings.
01:48:14Yeah, he used to just put a, uh, a wrench...
01:48:17a stick and a belt on the table...
01:48:20and just say, "Choose. "
01:48:23Well, I gotta go with the belt there, then.
01:48:24- I used to go with the wrench. - Why the wrench?
01:48:28'Cause fuck him, that's why.
01:48:31- Your foster father? - Yeah.
01:48:34So, uh, you know, what is it? Like Will has an attachment disorder? Ls it all that stuff?
01:48:41Fear of abandonment?
01:48:43Is that why, uh, is that why I broke up with Skylar?
01:48:47- I didn't know you had. - Yeah, I did.
01:48:50- You wanna talk about it? - No.
01:48:56Hey, Will?
01:48:59I don't know a lot.
01:49:02But you see this? All this shit?
01:49:11This is not your fault.
01:49:15Yeah, I know that.
01:49:17Look at me, son.
01:49:20It's not your fault.
01:49:23- I know. - No. It's not your fault.
01:49:30- I know. - No, no, you don't.
01:49:32It's not your fault.
01:49:37- I know. - It's not your fault.
01:49:38- All right. - It's not your fault.
01:49:44It's not your fault.
01:49:46Don't fuck with me.
01:49:51- It's not your fault. - Don't fuck with me. All right?
01:49:54- Don't fuck with me, Sean. Not you. - It's not your fault.
01:50:06It's not your fault.
01:50:14Oh, my God!
01:50:17Oh, my God. I'm so sorry. Oh, God.
01:50:36Fuck them, okay?
01:52:04- Can I help you? - Yeah, I'm, uh, Will Hunting.
01:52:06- I'm here about a position. - Could you just have a seat for a moment?
01:52:14Yes, there's a Mr Hunting in the lobby. He's here for his appointment.
01:52:38Which one did you take?
01:52:40I was over at, uh, McNeil. It's one of the jobs the professor set me up with.
01:52:45Uh, I haven't told him yet, but I went, I went down there and I talked to my boss, and...
01:52:49My new boss. He seemed like a good guy.
01:52:52Is that what you want?
01:52:55Yeah, you know, I think so.
01:52:58Well, good for you. Congratulations.
01:53:01Thanks.
01:53:06Time's up.
01:53:11So that's, so that's it? So we're, we're done?
01:53:15Yeah, that's it.
01:53:17You're done. You're a free man.
01:53:22Well, um, I just want you to know, Sean, that...
01:53:26You're welcome, Will.
01:53:34So, you know, I, I hope we keep in touch, you know.
01:53:37Yeah, me, too.
01:53:39I'll be travelling around a bit, and it'll be a little hard, but, uh...
01:53:42I've got an answering machine at the college I'll be checking in with.
01:53:46So, here's the number.
01:53:49You call that, and I'll get back to you right away.
01:53:54Yeah, you know, I figured I'm just gonna...
01:53:57put my money back on the table and see what kind of cards I get.
01:54:03You do what's in your heart, son. You'll be fine.
01:54:08Yeah.
01:54:10- Thank you, Sean. - Yeah.
01:54:12Thank you, Will.
01:54:16Hey, does this violate the, uh, patient-doctor relationship?
01:54:19Nah. Only if you grab my ass.
01:54:25- Take care. - You, too.
01:54:28Yeah.
01:54:31Hey.
01:54:33Good luck, son.
01:54:47Two beers!
01:54:53- What's up? Did you guys go? - No. I had to talk him down.
01:54:57Why didn't you yoke him?
01:54:58Uh, little Morgan's got a lot of scrap to him.
01:55:01You know, people try to whip his ass every week. Fuckin' kid won't back down.
01:55:04- What are you sayin' about me? - Was I talkin' to you? Mind your fuckin' business.
01:55:10- Go get me a beer. - I ordered two beers.
01:55:12- Hey, asshole. - What, bitch?
01:55:15- Happy birthday. - Thought we forgot, huh, bitch? Fuckin' come on.
01:55:18- Come on. I got ya first. - I'm goin'. I'm goin'.
01:55:21- All right, who's first? - Come on, motherfucker.
01:55:24- All right. Who's first? Come on. Who's first? - Oh, Danny boy
01:55:27Here's your present.
01:55:31- Come on, brother. - What?
01:55:33Well, we knew you had to get back and forth to Cambridge for your new job.
01:55:36And, anyway, I wasn't gonna fuckin' drive you every day, so...
01:55:41- Fuckin' can't be. - Morgan wanted to get you a "T" pass.
01:55:43That's not what I was sayin'.
01:55:45But, uh, 21 now, so...
01:55:48You're legally allowed to drink, so we figured the best thing for you, kid, was a car.
01:55:51- How do you like it? - This is like...
01:55:57This is the ugliest fuckin' car I ever seen in my life.
01:56:01- Come on, brother. - How'd you guys do this?
01:56:04You know, me and Bill scraped together the parts...
01:56:06and, uh, Morgan was out panhandlin' for change every day.
01:56:10- I had the router do all the bodywork. - Yeah, I have a fuckin' job, too, brother.
01:56:13Guy's been up my ass for two years about a job. I had to let him help with the car.
01:56:16So you finally got a job, huh, Morgan?
01:56:18Yeah, had one. Now I'm fucked again.
01:56:20- So what is it, a lawn mower? What do ya got? - It's a straight fuckin' six.
01:56:23Me and Bill rebuilt this engine ourselves here.
01:56:26It's a good car, dude. The engine's good. Engine's good.
01:56:30- Happy 21, Will. - Happy 21, brother.
01:56:42Hi.
01:56:44Come on in.
01:56:48- Sean, I, um... - Me, too, Gerry.
01:56:53Yeah. Good.
01:56:57- I heard you're takin' some time. - Yeah.
01:56:58I'll travel a little bit, maybe write.
01:57:03So where are you going?
01:57:05India and China and Baltimore.
01:57:10Oh.
01:57:13- You know when you'll be back? - Well, I got this flyer the other day.
01:57:18It says, uh, class of '72 is having a reunion in six months.
01:57:21Yeah, I got one of those, too.
01:57:23Why don't you come? I'll buy you a drink.
01:57:26The drinks at those things are free.
01:57:28I know, Gerry. I was being ironical.
01:57:36Oh.
01:57:38How about a drink right now?
01:57:41Yeah, that's a good idea.
01:57:43Come on. This one's on me.
01:57:48- Got the winner right here, pal. - Oh.
01:57:50Yes, sir, this is the one.
01:57:54This is my ticket to paradise.
01:57:56Sean, do you know what the odds are against winning the lottery?
01:57:58- What, four to one? - About 30 million to one.
01:58:01- I still have a shot, you know? - Yes, just about as big a chance...
01:58:06as you being hit by lightning here on the staircase right now.
01:58:09Aw, that's a possibility, too, Gerry.
01:58:11- I mean, 32 million. If you look at the size... - Sean!
01:59:42Will!
02:00:04Will?
02:01:13He's not there.
02:01:32I'll fake it through the day
02:01:36Sean, if the professor calls about that job...
02:01:39just tell him sorry.
02:01:42I had to go see about a girl. Will.
02:01:47Son of a bitch. He stole my line.
02:01:54With two tickets
02:01:56Torn in half for LA
02:02:01With nothing to do
02:02:05Do you miss me
02:02:08Miss Misery
02:02:12Like you say you do
02:02:17I know you'd rather see me gone
02:02:22Than to see me
02:02:25The way that I am
02:02:29But I am in the life anyway
02:02:34Next door
02:02:37The TV's flashing blue
02:02:41Frames on the wall
02:02:45It's a comedy
02:02:48Of errors, you see
02:02:50It's about taking a fall
02:02:58To vanish
02:03:00Into oblivion
02:03:04It's easy to do
02:03:08And I try to be
02:03:11But you know me I come back
02:03:15When you want me to
02:03:19Do you miss me
02:03:23Miss Misery
02:03:27Like you say you do
02:03:46Gonna find my baby Gonna hold her tight
02:03:49Gonna grab some afternoon delight
02:03:52My motto's always been When it's right, it's right
02:03:56Why wait until the middle of a cold, dark night

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