Groundhog Day

00:00:55Somebody asked me:
00:00:57"Phil, if you could be anywhere, where would you be?"
00:01:00I said to him, "Probably right here...
00:01:03...Elko, Nevada." Our nation's high at 79 today.
00:01:06In California, they'll have warm weather tomorrow...
00:01:09...gang wars and some overpriced real estate.
00:01:12In the Pacific Northwest, they'll have some...
00:01:15...very, very tall trees.
00:01:17Clear across the Rockies and Great Plains.
00:01:20But look out, here comes trouble.
00:01:24Oh, boy!
00:01:26Front coming our way! Look out!
00:01:28What will that mean to us? One of these big, blue things!
00:01:32This cold, frigid arctic air, this big mass out of the north.
00:01:37It'll meet up with all this moisture out of the Gulf.
00:01:40They'll mix at high altitudes and cause snow.
00:01:43Going out on a limb:
00:01:45Not gonna hit us here in Pittsburgh. Gonna push off and hit Altoona.
00:01:49Close call!
00:01:50Let's look at the five-day.
00:01:52As you can see, nothing to be too scared about.
00:01:56Bundle up warm, but you can leave your galoshes at home.
00:02:00I won't be here for the 10:00. Tomorrow's Groundhog Day.
00:02:03I'll be in Punxsutawney for our country's oldest groundhog festival.
00:02:07According to the legend, tomorrow, February 2nd...
00:02:11...if the groundhog wakes and sees his shadow...
00:02:13...we've got six more weeks of winter. So cross your fingers.
00:02:16Sounds like fun.
00:02:17You must really enjoy it. This is your third year in a row.
00:02:21Four, Nan.
00:02:23Four.
00:02:24Thanks, Phil.
00:02:26Next, our entertainment editor looks at sex and violence in movies.
00:02:30Stay with us.
00:02:34We're clear.
00:02:36Have fun in Punxsutawney.
00:02:39For your information, Hairdo, a major network is interested in me.
00:02:44That would be the Home Shopping Network.
00:02:48Thanks, Larry. Go wait in the van.
00:02:51That was nice, Phil. "Big trees"!
00:02:54Stop, Kenny. Look, can you handle the 10 or not?
00:02:57Yeah, yeah.
00:02:58If you don't want to rush back, I can do the 5 tomorrow.
00:03:02Stay an extra second in Punxsutawney? Please!
00:03:06Rita thinks it'd be a great idea...
00:03:08...to stay for other events. You'll get incredible footage.
00:03:12The people and the fun. The excitement!
00:03:14You haven't worked with her yet. She's really nice.
00:03:18I think she'll be a really good producer.
00:03:21You guys are going to have fun.
00:03:26She's fun. But not my kind of fun. I will be here for the 5.
00:03:29Rita.
00:04:32Can you keep a secret, Larry?
00:04:35I'm probably leaving PBH.
00:04:37So this will be the last time...
00:04:40...we do the Groundhog together.
00:04:42What's wrong with the Groundhog Festival?
00:04:45In San Diego...
00:04:47... I covered the swallows returning to Capistrano for six years.
00:04:51Someone will see me interview a groundhog, think I have no future.
00:04:55I think it's a nice story.
00:04:58He comes out. He looks around.
00:05:01He wrinkles up his nose.
00:05:03He sees his shadow or not. It's nice! People like it!
00:05:07You are new, aren't you?
00:05:10People like blood sausage too.
00:05:13People are morons!
00:05:14Nice attitude.
00:05:16Look in the mirror and see how you look when you do that groundhog thing.
00:05:21For me? Once?
00:05:22He comes out, and there he looks at his little shadow.
00:05:27Want some blood sausage? I have some--
00:05:30I like blood sausage.
00:06:31Rita, I can't stay here.
00:06:34Prima donna.
00:06:36-What's the matter? -I hate this place.
00:06:38I stayed here two years ago. I was miserable.
00:06:41-I won't stay here. -You're not staying here.
00:06:44-I'm not? -No.
00:06:46Larry's dropping me off.
00:06:47I booked you in a nice bed-and-breakfast.
00:06:51Great.
00:06:53I think this is one of the traits of a good producer.
00:06:57Keep the talent happy.
00:06:59Anything I can do.
00:07:00Would you help me with my pelvic tilt?
00:07:05Within reason. Want to come to dinner with Larry and me?
00:07:09No, thank you. I've seen Larry eat.
00:07:14You get your sleep. See you in the morning.
00:07:18Don't be late.
00:07:21Did he actually call himself "the talent"?
00:07:52Campers, rise and shine! Don't forget your booties.
00:07:56-It's cold out there! -It's cold every day!
00:07:59-Is this Miami Beach? -Not hardly!
00:08:01Expect hazardous travel later today with...
00:08:05...that blizzard thing.
00:08:06That blizzard thing. Here's the report.
00:08:10The National Weather Service is calling for a big blizzard thing.
00:08:14There's another reason today's especially exciting--
00:08:17Especially cold.
00:08:19The big question on everybody's lips--
00:08:22-Their chapped lips. -On their chapped lips.
00:08:25Will Phil come out and see his shadow?
00:08:28-Punxsutawney Phil! -That's right, woodchuck chuckers!
00:08:31It's Groundhog Day!
00:08:33Get up and check that hog out there!
00:08:40-Morning! -Morning.
00:08:41-Off to see the groundhog? -I am.
00:08:44Think it'll be an early spring?
00:08:46I'm predicting March 21st.
00:08:49Good guess!
00:08:51I think that actually is the first day of spring.
00:09:02-Did you sleep well, Mr. Connors? -I slept alone, Mrs. Lancaster.
00:09:07Like some coffee?
00:09:08Is there any possibility of getting an espresso or cappuccino?
00:09:13I really don't know....
00:09:15How to spell espresso or cappuccino. This looks fine.
00:09:19I hope you enjoy the festivities.
00:09:21-I'm sure I will. -There's talk of a blizzard.
00:09:25We may catch a break and it will blow right by.
00:09:29The moisture coming out of the south...
00:09:31...by midday will push on to the east.
00:09:34At high altitudes it'll crystallize and give us what we call snow.
00:09:39Our high will get to about 30 today, teens tonight.
00:09:43Chance of precipitation, about 20 percent today, 20 percent tomorrow.
00:09:47Did you want to talk about the weather or just chitchat?
00:09:51Chitchat.
00:09:52See you later.
00:09:57Will you be checking out today?
00:09:59Chance of departure today, 100 percent.
00:10:20Phil? Hey, Phil?
00:10:23Phil? Phil Connors! I thought that was you!
00:10:27How you doing? Thanks for watching.
00:10:30Don't tell me you don't remember me. I sure as heckfire remember you.
00:10:35Not a chance.
00:10:36Ned!
00:10:39Ryerson!
00:10:41Needlenose Ned. Ned the Head.
00:10:43Come on, buddy. Case Western High!
00:10:46I did the whistling bellybutton trick at the talent show.
00:10:50Bing! Got the shingles real bad senior year. Almost didn't graduate.
00:10:55Bing again!
00:10:57I dated your sister a couple times till you told me not to anymore.
00:11:02Well?
00:11:04-Ned Ryerson? -Bing!
00:11:06Bing.
00:11:08Did you turn pro with that bellybutton thing?
00:11:11I sell insurance.
00:11:13-What a shock. -Do you have insurance?
00:11:16If you do, you could always use more.
00:11:18Am I right or am I right or am I right?
00:11:21Ned, I would love to stand here and talk with you.
00:11:25But I'm not going to.
00:11:27See you.
00:11:28That's all right! I'll walk with you.
00:11:30I see an opportunity, I charge it like a bull.
00:11:33Ned the Bull, that's me now.
00:11:35I got friends who live and die by the actuarial tables.
00:11:39I say it's all one big crapshoot anyhoo.
00:11:42Ever heard of single-premium life? That could be the ticket for you.
00:11:48Oh, God!
00:11:49It is so good to see you! What are you doing for dinner?
00:11:53Something else.
00:11:55It's been great seeing you, Needlehead. Take care.
00:12:03Watch out for that first step. It's a doozy!
00:12:35Phil!
00:12:36Phil, over here!
00:12:38Where have you been?
00:12:40It was horrible.
00:12:42A giant leech got me.
00:12:44You're missing all the fun. These people are great!
00:12:47Some of them partied all night. They sing till they get cold.
00:12:51Then they go sit by the fire and get warm.
00:12:54Then they come back and sing some more!
00:12:56Yeah. They're hicks, Rita.
00:12:59So, did you sleep okay without me?
00:13:02You tossed and turned, didn't you?
00:13:04You're incredible.
00:13:05Who told you?
00:13:09It's groundhog time.
00:13:14Okay. On me in three...
00:13:16...two, one.
00:13:18Once a year, the eyes of the nation turn to this tiny hamlet...
00:13:23...to watch a master at work.
00:13:25The master?
00:13:26Punxsutawney Phil...
00:13:28...the world's most famous weatherman. The groundhog.
00:13:32Who, as legend has it, can predict an early spring.
00:13:36The question we have to ask ourselves is:
00:13:39"Does Phil feel lucky?"
00:13:43Every year, the guy comes with a big stick and raps on the door.
00:13:47They pull the little rat out, talk to him.
00:13:50The rat talks back. Then they tell us what's gonna happen.
00:14:00Isn't he cute?
00:14:04Do you like the guys with the prominent upper teeth?
00:14:08No.
00:14:18This February 2nd, at 7:20 and 30 seconds...
00:14:22...Punxsutawney Phil...
00:14:24...the seer of seers...
00:14:25...prognosticator of prognosticators...
00:14:29...emerged reluctantly...
00:14:31...but alertly...
00:14:32...in Punxsutawney, PA...
00:14:35...and stated in groundhog-ese:
00:14:37"I definitely see a shadow."
00:14:42Sorry, folks. Six more weeks of winter.
00:14:52On me in three, two, one.
00:14:56This is one time where television fails...
00:14:58...to capture the excitement of a large squirrel...
00:15:01...predicting the weather.
00:15:03I'm grateful to have been here. From Punxsutawney...
00:15:06...this is Phil Connors. So long.
00:15:09Want to try it again without the sarcasm?
00:15:12We got it. I'm out of here.
00:15:15Prima donnas.
00:15:30Oh, boy. Take a look at this.
00:15:33What is going on?
00:15:35I don't know. Perhaps that blizzard we're not supposed to get.
00:15:39This is impossible.
00:15:41Hey, hey, hey. No, no, no.
00:15:43Nobody honks this horn but me, okay, pal?
00:15:50No, no!
00:16:08Take it out of here.
00:16:10Commander, what's going on?
00:16:12Nothing. We're closing the road.
00:16:15-Big blizzard moving in. -It's a couple of flakes.
00:16:18Don't you listen to the weather? We got a major storm.
00:16:22I make the weather.
00:16:24All this moisture from the Gulf will push off to the east in Altoona.
00:16:29You got that moisture on your head.
00:16:32You can go back to Punxsutawney...
00:16:34...or you can freeze to death. It's your choice.
00:16:37So, what's it going to be?
00:16:42I'm thinking.
00:16:44Come on, all the long-distance lines are down?
00:16:49What about the satellite?
00:16:50Is it snowing in space?
00:16:53Don't you keep a line open for emergencies or celebrities?
00:16:59I'm both. I'm a celebrity in an emergency.
00:17:03Can you patch me through on that line?
00:17:12Could I have one more of these with some booze in it?
00:17:17-Oh, I like it here. -Phil.
00:17:20Going to the groundhog dinner?
00:17:22No, I had groundhog for lunch.
00:17:24Wasn't bad. Tastes like chicken.
00:17:27You two run along.
00:17:30Looking foxy tonight, man.
00:17:32Is your troop selling cookies again this year?
00:17:36That's so funny.
00:17:37So, what are you doing?
00:17:39I think I'll go back to my room...
00:17:42...take a hot shower and maybe read Hustler.
00:17:46Suit yourself.
00:18:06Yo, mom.
00:18:07Isn’t there any hot water?
00:18:09Oh, no, there wouldn't be today.
00:18:11Of course not. Silly me.
00:18:14Sweet dreams.
00:18:39Campers, rise and shine! Don't forget your booties.
00:18:42-It's cold out there! -It's cold every day!
00:18:46-Is this Miami Beach? -Not hardly!
00:18:48Nice going, boys. You're playing yesterday's tape.
00:18:51--with that blizzard thing.
00:18:53That blizzard thing? Here's the report.
00:18:56The National Weather Service is calling for a big blizzard thing.
00:19:01There's another reason today's especially exciting--
00:19:04Especially cold.
00:19:06The big question on everybody's lips--
00:19:09-Chapped lips. -Their chapped lips.
00:19:11Will Phil come out and see his shadow?
00:19:14-Punxsutawney Phil! -That's right, woodchuck chuckers!
00:19:18It's Groundhog Day!
00:19:20Get up and check that hog out there!
00:19:26What the hell?
00:19:36Morning! Off to see the groundhog?
00:19:40-Yeah. -Think it'll be an early spring?
00:19:43Didn't we do this yesterday?
00:19:46I don't know what you mean.
00:19:48Don't mess with me, Pork Chop!
00:19:50-What day is this? -It's February 2nd.
00:19:54Groundhog Day.
00:19:58I'm sorry. I thought it was yesterday.
00:20:24Did you sleep well, Mr. Connors?
00:20:26Did I sleep well?
00:20:28Like some coffee?
00:20:30Yes, please. I think I'll have a double.
00:20:33I hope you enjoy the festivities.
00:20:36There's talk of a blizzard.
00:20:41Ever have déjà vu, Mrs. Lancaster?
00:20:43I don't think so, but I'll check with the kitchen.
00:20:46No, that's okay. Thank you.
00:20:50Will you be checking out today, Mr. Connors?
00:20:55I'd say the chance of departure is 80 percent.
00:21:0075 to 80.
00:21:07Excuse me!
00:21:09Excuse me. Where's everybody going?
00:21:12To Gobbler's Knob.
00:21:14It's Groundhog Day.
00:21:16It's still just once a year, isn't it?
00:21:26Hey! Phil?
00:21:28Phil? Hey!
00:21:31Phil Connors! I thought that was you!
00:21:33My, oh my, Phil Connors!
00:21:36Don't say you don't remember me. I sure as heckfire remember you.
00:21:40-Well? -Ned Ryerson?
00:21:43Bing! First shot right out of the box!
00:21:46So how's it going, old buddy?
00:21:49I'm not feeling well. Would you excuse me?
00:21:52It's funny you should mention your health. Guess what I do now.
00:21:57Do you sell insurance?
00:21:59Bing again! You are sharp as a tack today!
00:22:02Do you have life insurance?
00:22:05If you do, you could always use more.
00:22:07Right! I mean, who couldn't?
00:22:09But you wanna know something?
00:22:11I gots a feeling...
00:22:13...you ain't got any.
00:22:15Am I right or am I right or am I right?
00:22:18I got to go.
00:22:24Watch out for that first step. It's a doozy!
00:22:52Phil! Over here!
00:22:57-Where have you been? -Rita. Do me a favor.
00:23:00I need someone to give me a good, hard slap in the face.
00:23:05-How's that? -Good!
00:23:08If you need help with the other cheek, I'm right here.
00:23:13Something's going on.
00:23:15-Are you drunk or something? -Drunk's more fun.
00:23:18Can I be serious with you for a minute?
00:23:20I don't know, can you?
00:23:21Yes, I'm being serious!
00:23:23I'm having a problem. I may be having a problem.
00:23:27-Rita, Rita. -It's groundhog time.
00:23:30See? I knew you'd say that!
00:23:32I really feel...
00:23:34...weird.
00:23:36Let's just do this. Then we'll talk.
00:23:40All right, on me in three...
00:23:43...two, one.
00:23:45Well, it's Groundhog Day...
00:23:47...again...
00:23:48...and that must mean we're up here at Gobbler's Knob...
00:23:51...waiting for the world's most famous groundhog weatherman...
00:23:55...Punxsutawney Phil...
00:23:57...who's gonna tell us how much more winter to expect.
00:24:07This is a riot!
00:24:12Isn’t he cute?
00:24:14This February 2nd, at 7:20 and 30 seconds...
00:24:18...Punxsutawney Phil, the seer of seers...
00:24:22...prognosticator of prognosticators...
00:24:25...emerged reluctantly...
00:24:27...but alertly in Punxsu--
00:24:32Oh, my gosh!
00:24:37I know there's a blizzard.
00:24:39When will the long-distance lines be repaired?
00:24:44What if there is no tomorrow? There wasn't one today.
00:25:45Morning!
00:25:46Off to see the groundhog?
00:25:54Did you sleep well, Mr.--
00:26:11Phil Connors! I thought--
00:26:15Don't say you don't remember me. I sure as heckfire remember you!
00:26:18It's me, Ned! Ryerson!
00:26:20Needlenose Ned! Ned the Head!
00:26:27Phil! Over here!
00:26:31Can I talk to you? It's not work-related.
00:26:34-You never talk about work. -We have to talk.
00:26:37-It's a creative meeting. -We've got work to do!
00:26:41I don't. I've already done it twice.
00:26:43When you get finished, meet me in the diner.
00:26:49-What's that all about? -I don't know.
00:26:52Prima donnas.
00:26:57More coffee?
00:26:59Just the check, please. These sticky buns are heaven.
00:27:03Aren't they?
00:27:06Just put that anywhere, pal!
00:27:08Good save!
00:27:11Tell me why you're too sick to work. It better be good.
00:27:17I'm reliving the same day over and over.
00:27:21Groundhog Day. Today.
00:27:24Okay. I'm waiting for the punch line.
00:27:28Really! This is the third time!
00:27:31It's like yesterday never happened!
00:27:33I'm racking my brain trying to imagine why you'd make this up.
00:27:38I'm not making it up. I'm asking for help!
00:27:41What do you want me to do?
00:27:43I don't know! You're a producer. Come up with something.
00:27:47You should get your head examined...
00:27:50...if you expect me to believe a stupid story like that!
00:27:53Phil? Like the groundhog Phil?
00:27:55Yeah. Like the groundhog Phil.
00:27:58Look out for your shadow, pal!
00:28:02Morons, your bus is leaving!
00:28:05You guys ready? We better go, to stay ahead of the weather.
00:28:08-Let's talk about it in Pittsburgh. -I'm not going back to Pittsburgh.
00:28:13-Why not? -Because of the blizzard!
00:28:16You said it was going to hit Altoona.
00:28:18I know that's what I said.
00:28:22I think you need help.
00:28:25That's what I've been saying. I need help.
00:28:29No spots.
00:28:31No clots, no tumors.
00:28:33No lesions.
00:28:35No aneurysms.
00:28:37At least none that I can see.
00:28:38If you want a CAT scan or an MRI, you'll have to go into Pittsburgh.
00:28:43I can't go into Pittsburgh.
00:28:45-Why can't you go into Pittsburgh? -I told you, there's a blizzard.
00:28:49Right. The blizzard!
00:28:50You know what you may need, Mr. Connors?
00:28:54A biopsy.
00:28:56A psychiatrist.
00:28:59That's an unusual problem...
00:29:02...Mr. Connors.
00:29:05Most of my work is with couples, families. I have an alcoholic now.
00:29:12You went to college, right?
00:29:14It wasn't veterinary psychology, was it?
00:29:16Didn't you take a course that covered this stuff?
00:29:19Sort of, I guess.
00:29:24Abnormal psychology.
00:29:26So...
00:29:29...what do I do?
00:29:31We should meet again.
00:29:33How's tomorrow for you?
00:29:38Is that not good?
00:29:50I was in the Virgin Islands once.
00:29:53I met a girl.
00:29:56We ate lobster.
00:29:57Drank piña coladas.
00:29:59At sunset, we made love like sea otters.
00:30:06That was a pretty good day.
00:30:08Why couldn't I get that day...
00:30:10...over...
00:30:12...and over and over?
00:30:14Some guys would look at this glass and say:
00:30:18"That glass is half empty."
00:30:20Other guys would say, "That glass is half full."
00:30:24I peg you as a "glass is half empty" kind of guy. Right?
00:30:29What would you do if you were stuck in one place...
00:30:33...and every day was exactly the same, and nothing you did mattered?
00:30:39That about sums it up for me.
00:30:50Good luck.
00:30:51I'll drop you off.
00:30:55This thing sticks a little bit.
00:30:57You got to jiggle it--
00:30:59Come on up here, pal.
00:31:01Give me your keys, pal. Give me the keys.
00:31:04Friends don't let friends drive, right? Stand up here.
00:31:07Take a deep breath. You feel okay?
00:31:10You're all right.
00:31:18You want to throw up here or in the car?
00:31:21I think, both.
00:31:35I don't think I should drive.
00:31:37I don't either.
00:31:39Watch your head.
00:31:41Watch your knees. Don't break anything.
00:31:44Let's not forget seat belts.
00:31:48Who else could go for some flapjacks right now?
00:31:57Let me ask you a question.
00:31:59Shoot.
00:32:01What if there were no tomorrow?
00:32:03No tomorrow? That means there'd be no consequences...
00:32:07...no hangovers.
00:32:09We could do whatever we wanted!
00:32:13That's true.
00:32:14We could do whatever we want.
00:32:23If we wanted to hit mailboxes, we could let Ralph drive!
00:32:33They want you to stop.
00:32:35Hang on!
00:32:42It's the same thing your whole life.
00:32:44"Clean up your room! Stand up straight! Pick up your feet!
00:32:48Take it like a man!
00:32:49Be nice to your sister!
00:32:52Don't mix beer and wine, ever!
00:32:56Don't drive on the railroad tracks!"
00:33:00That's one I agree with.
00:33:11I don't know, Gus.
00:33:13Sometimes I think you just have to...
00:33:16...take the big chances.
00:33:19This is the police! Pull over immediately!
00:33:23We're talking in here!
00:33:30I bet he swerves first.
00:33:46I'm not going to live by their rules anymore!
00:33:50I noticed that.
00:33:51You make choices and you live with them.
00:34:09My knee!
00:34:13Let me handle this.
00:34:17Three cheeseburgers, two large fries...
00:34:20...two chocolate shakes and one large Coke.
00:34:22And some flapjacks!
00:34:24Too early for flapjacks?
00:34:40Yes!
00:34:42Rise and shine, campers!
00:34:44Don't forget your booties! It's cold out there today!
00:34:47It's cold every day.
00:34:49What is this, Miami Beach? Not hardly!
00:34:57Slept like a baby.
00:34:58I'd love some of your coffee.
00:35:01-I hope-- -Flurries moving in later...
00:35:03...but the blizzard's going to hit outside of town.
00:35:05Mrs. Lancaster?
00:35:06Was anybody looking for me here this morning?
00:35:09Perhaps a state official? Maybe a blue hat, gun, nightstick?
00:35:13No, no one like that! Will there be?
00:35:16Apparently not.
00:35:19Will you hold my room for me? I'm staying an extra day.
00:35:29Catch you tomorrow, pops.
00:35:36-Phil Connors! -Ned?
00:36:10I like to see a man of advancing years throw caution to the wind.
00:36:13It's inspiring, in a way.
00:36:16My years are not advancing as fast as you think.
00:36:19More coffee?
00:36:21Keep it coming.
00:36:23Sure thing.
00:36:25Just put that anywhere, pal!
00:36:28Good save!
00:36:32Don't you worry about cholesterol, lung cancer, love handles?
00:36:38I don't worry anymore.
00:36:40What makes you special? Everybody worries.
00:36:43That's exactly what makes me so special.
00:36:45I don't even have to floss.
00:36:57What?
00:37:00The wretch, concentered all in self
00:37:04Living, shall forfeit fair renown
00:37:07And doubly dying, shall go down
00:37:10To the vile dust from whence he sprung
00:37:13Unwept, unhonored and unsung
00:37:18Sir Walter Scott.
00:37:23You don't like poetry?
00:37:25I love poetry!
00:37:27I just thought that was Willard Scott. I was confused.
00:37:30You think I act like this because I'm egocentric?
00:37:33You are egocentric. It's your defining characteristic.
00:37:38You guys ready? We better go, to stay ahead of the weather.
00:37:42Thanks, Larry.
00:37:43Would you like a doggy bag?
00:37:46I'll stay and finish.
00:37:48I thought you hated this town.
00:37:50It's beginning to grow on me.
00:37:53Larry, quit staring. These are excellent.
00:38:08You see the groundhog this morning?
00:38:12I never miss it.
00:38:14What's your name?
00:38:18Nancy Taylor. And you are?
00:38:20-What high school did you go to? -What?
00:38:23High school.
00:38:25Lincoln, in Pittsburgh. Who are you?
00:38:28Who was your 12th grade English teacher?
00:38:31Are you kidding?
00:38:33In 12th grade, your English teacher was--
00:38:35Mrs. Walsh.
00:38:38Nancy. Lincoln. Walsh.
00:38:41Thanks very much.
00:38:58Nancy?
00:39:01Nancy Taylor!
00:39:04Lincoln High School!
00:39:07I sat next to you in Mrs. Walsh's English class!
00:39:10-I'm sorry. -Phil Connors!
00:39:15-That's amazing! -You don't remember me?
00:39:20I asked you to the prom.
00:39:23Phil Connors?
00:39:25I was short and I've sprouted.
00:39:32How are you?
00:39:34Great.
00:39:36You look terrific!
00:39:38You look very, very terrific!
00:39:42Listen, I got to go do this report.
00:39:45Are you a reporter?
00:39:46A weatherman with Channel 9, Pittsburgh.
00:39:49I should have known! That's great!
00:39:51But maybe later we could....
00:39:53Yeah, whatever!
00:39:55Stay right here.
00:39:57Promise me? I'll be right back. Wish me luck!
00:40:00Good luck!
00:40:20Oh, Phil.
00:40:22Oh, Rita.
00:40:27Who's Rita?
00:40:29How should I know?
00:40:31What is this, some kind of one-night stand?
00:40:34On the contrary, Nancy...
00:40:36... I love you. I've always loved you.
00:40:40This is going to seem sudden but...
00:40:44...Nancy, will you be my wife?
00:40:53Rita.
00:40:55-Nancy. -Whatever.
00:41:02A gust of wind.
00:41:06A dog barks.
00:41:09Cue the truck.
00:41:18Exit Herman.
00:41:20Walk on to the bank.
00:41:22Exit Felix, and stand there with a not-so-bright look on your face.
00:41:28All right, Doris. Come on.
00:41:31Fix your bra, honey. That's better.
00:41:35Felix!
00:41:37How you doing, Doris?
00:41:38Can I have a roll of quarters?
00:41:42Ten...nine...eight...
00:41:47...car...
00:41:49...six...five...
00:41:52...quarters...
00:41:55...three...two....
00:42:06Felix?
00:42:08-Did I bring out two bags or one? -I don't know.
00:42:38I thought we were going to a costume party.
00:42:41It's like I said, I love this film.
00:42:44I've seen it over 100 times.
00:42:47Phil!
00:42:48Told you...
00:42:50...call me "Bronco."
00:42:52Sorry, Bronco.
00:42:55Hi, Nancy.
00:43:01My own fiancée...
00:43:03...doesn't remember me.
00:43:08That'll be one adult and--
00:43:11-Two adults. -Two adults, I guess.
00:43:17--groundhog who, as legend has it, can predict an early spring.
00:43:23The question we have to ask ourselves today is:
00:43:26"Does Phil feel lucky?"
00:43:28Rita, if you only had one day to live...
00:43:31...what would you do?
00:43:33I don't know. What are you dying of?
00:43:36No, the whole world is about to explode.
00:43:40What do you do?
00:43:41I want to know where to put the camera.
00:43:44What are you looking for? A date for the weekend?
00:43:47No, I'm just interested in you.
00:43:50What do you want? What do you like?
00:43:52What do you think about?
00:43:54What kind of men are you interested in?
00:43:57What do you do for fun?
00:43:59Are you trying to make me look like a fool?
00:44:03I'm trying to talk like normal people. Isn’t this how they talk?
00:44:07-Close. -Okay, so talk to me.
00:44:10Let me buy you a cup of coffee.
00:44:14And a doughnut.
00:44:15All right.
00:44:19So what do you want out of life?
00:44:23I guess I want what everybody wants.
00:44:26Career, love, marriage, children.
00:44:30Are you seeing anyone?
00:44:32This is getting too personal. I'm not ready to share this with you.
00:44:38How about you? What do you want?
00:44:41What I really want is someone like you.
00:44:45Oh, please!
00:44:46Why not? What are you looking for?
00:44:49Who's your perfect guy?
00:44:51First of all, he's too humble to know he's perfect.
00:44:57That's me!
00:44:58He's intelligent, supportive, funny....
00:45:02Intelligent, supportive, funny.
00:45:04Me, me, me.
00:45:08He's romantic and courageous.
00:45:11Me also.
00:45:13He's got a good body but doesn't have to look in the mirror often.
00:45:17I have a great body, and sometimes I go months without looking.
00:45:24He's kind, sensitive and gentle.
00:45:28He's not afraid to cry.
00:45:30This is a man we're talking about, right?
00:45:33He likes animals, children, and he'll change poopy diapers.
00:45:38Does he have to use the word "poopy"?
00:45:42He plays an instrument, and he loves his mother.
00:45:47I am really close on this one.
00:45:51Really, really close.
00:45:58It's Phil Connors!
00:46:00Hello.
00:46:01Thanks for watching.
00:46:16What are the chances of getting out today?
00:46:19Van won't start. Larry's working on it.
00:46:22Wouldn't you know it?
00:46:24Can I buy you a drink?
00:46:28Jim Beam, ice, water.
00:46:31For you, miss?
00:46:33Sweet vermouth on the rocks with a twist, please.
00:46:42What are the chances of getting out today?
00:46:44Van won't start. Larry's working on it.
00:46:47Wouldn't you know it?
00:46:49Can I buy you a drink?
00:46:53Sweet vermouth, rocks, with a twist, please.
00:46:56-For you, miss? -The same.
00:47:00That's my favorite drink.
00:47:02Mine too!
00:47:04It makes me think of Rome.
00:47:06The way the sun hits the buildings in the afternoon.
00:47:11What should we drink to?
00:47:14To the groundhog!
00:47:16I always drink to world peace.
00:47:28Can I buy you a drink?
00:47:32Sweet vermouth, rocks, with a twist, please.
00:47:36For you, miss?
00:47:38The same.
00:47:40That's my favorite drink.
00:47:42Mine too!
00:47:45It makes me think of Rome.
00:47:47The way the sun hits the buildings in the afternoon.
00:47:52What should we drink to?
00:47:56I like to say a prayer and drink to world peace.
00:48:01To world peace.
00:48:13-This is wonderful! -See? Didn't I tell you?
00:48:17How do you know so much about Punxsutawney?
00:48:19I spend a lot of time here.
00:48:22Small-town people are more real, down-to-earth.
00:48:24-That's how I feel! -Really?
00:48:27-Some white chocolate? -Yuck, don't make me sick.
00:48:30No white chocolate.
00:48:31There is something so familiar about this.
00:48:34Do you ever have déjà vu?
00:48:37Didn't you just ask me that?
00:48:43People place too much emphasis on their careers.
00:48:47I wish we could all live in the mountains.
00:48:50That's where I see myself in five years. How about you?
00:48:54I agree. I just like to go with the flow.
00:48:57See where it leads me.
00:48:59Well, it's led you here.
00:49:03It's about a million miles from where I started in college.
00:49:07You weren't in broadcasting or journalism?
00:49:12Believe it or not, I studied 19th-century French poetry.
00:49:16What a waste of time!
00:49:18I mean, for someone else that'd be a total waste.
00:49:21So bold of you to choose that.
00:49:23It's incredible. You must be a very strong person.
00:49:29People place too much emphasis on their careers.
00:49:32I wish we could all live in the mountains.
00:49:37That's where I see myself in five years.
00:49:40How about you?
00:49:41I agree. I like to go with the flow, see what happens.
00:49:45Well, it's gotten you here.
00:49:48It's a million miles from where I started in college.
00:49:51You weren't in broadcasting or journalism or anything like that?
00:49:56Believe it or not, I studied 19th-century French poetry.
00:50:17You speak French!
00:50:24I haven't done this since I was a kid.
00:50:27Me neither. It's fun!
00:50:29Clean fun.
00:50:33I hope one day I can do this with my own children.
00:50:40Where'd you get that?
00:50:43Well, I went over to the snowman shop.
00:50:47Hey, an assassin!
00:50:49I'll protect you!
00:50:51I shall die for you. You shall not take her!
00:50:54Find cover!
00:50:58I'm getting some good ones.
00:51:00That's a boy! Good try.
00:51:03Help me!
00:52:01What?
00:52:02I'm just amazed, and I'm not easily amazed.
00:52:07About what?
00:52:08How you can start a day with one kind of expectation...
00:52:11...and end up so completely different.
00:52:15Do you like the way this day is turning out?
00:52:18I like it very much.
00:52:21It's a perfect day. You couldn't plan a day like this.
00:52:25Well, you can.
00:52:26It just takes an awful lot of work.
00:52:29Come in. I want to show you something.
00:52:32-I don't think I should. -I agree.
00:52:34That's why I'll show you one thing, then kick you right out.
00:52:47It's just lovely.
00:52:59Would you like to sit and stare at the fake fire?
00:53:07It's a really wonderful room.
00:53:09It is now.
00:53:18I don't think we should do this.
00:53:21I don't either.
00:53:25On second thought, I think we should.
00:53:29It's the perfect end to a perfect day.
00:53:32Well, it's a little fast for me.
00:53:36Me too.
00:53:37Maybe I should go.
00:53:40Where would you go?
00:53:42Why?
00:53:44We've got a perfect fire.
00:53:46I've got some French poetry here. Baudelaire....
00:53:51I will read to you.
00:53:53I've got some ice cream on the windowsill. Hold on a minute.
00:54:03Rocky road.
00:54:04I love rocky road.
00:54:06Yeah, I thought so.
00:54:08You have to stay.
00:54:10No, really, I'm tired. We can see each other tomorrow.
00:54:14No, tonight. It's got to be tonight.
00:54:18No, Phil, really.
00:54:22Just stay for a while and if you like it, stay longer.
00:54:25And if you like that, stay longer.
00:54:28Let's not spoil it, okay?
00:54:30I don't want to spoil it either.
00:54:32You know I can't stay with you.
00:54:36Why not? I love you.
00:54:41You love me?
00:54:43-You don't even know me. -I know you.
00:54:49Oh, no. I can't believe I fell for this!
00:54:52This whole day has been one long setup.
00:54:55No, it hasn't.
00:54:56And I ate fudge. Yuck!
00:54:59No white chocolate, no fudge.
00:55:02What are you doing? Are you making some kind of list?
00:55:05Did you call my friends and ask them what I like?
00:55:09-Is this what love is for you? -This is real. This is love.
00:55:12Stop saying that!
00:55:14You must be crazy.
00:55:16I could never love you because you'll never love anyone but yourself.
00:55:20I don't even like myself. Give me another chance.
00:55:26That's for making me care about you.
00:55:35I haven't done this since I was a kid.
00:55:38It's fun!
00:55:39And good, clean fun too. That's what's missing in the world.
00:55:44I can't wait to do this with my own children.
00:55:47I want lots of kids!
00:55:49I want to adopt, I want my own kids, I want to have foster kids.
00:55:53I got this at Snowman City.
00:55:55Hey! Some kid just threw a snowball at us.
00:55:58Come here! Let's have some fun!
00:56:03I wish these were my own kids.
00:56:09Are any of you up for adoption?
00:56:12Here's a humdinger over here!
00:56:15Wasn't that great?
00:56:25Stop it!
00:57:12Phil! Over here!
00:57:16Where have you been? You're missing the fun.
00:57:19Phil, you look terrible.
00:57:21What happened? Rough night?
00:57:42Okay, campers.
00:57:44Rise and shine.
00:57:48Don't forget your booties, because it's cold out there.
00:57:53It's cold out there every day.
00:57:56This country's largest lake, Chapala, is located near Guadalajara.
00:58:01What is Mexico?
00:58:02What is Mexico?
00:58:03-Correct. -Lakes and Rivers, 400.
00:58:05Seneca is the largest of these lakes.
00:58:09What are the Finger Lakes?
00:58:10-What are the Finger Lakes? -Correct.
00:58:14-This lake in Bolivia-- -What is Titicaca?
00:58:18-What is Titicaca? -Correct.
00:58:20For 1000.
00:58:21-Milky-colored-- -The Rhone.
00:58:23...when entering Lake Geneva...
00:58:25...this river is clear blue upon exiting.
00:58:28-Jim? -The Rhone.
00:58:29Good for $1000.
00:58:31You're $500 off the lead right now.
00:58:36This is pitiful.
00:58:38A thousand people...
00:58:40...freezing their butts off, waiting to worship a rat.
00:58:43What a hype.
00:58:45They used to pull the hog out, and they used to eat it.
00:58:49You're hypocrites! All of you!
00:58:55You got a problem, Larry?
00:58:58Untie your tongue. Come here and talk. Am I upsetting you, princess?
00:59:03You want a prediction about the weather?
00:59:05You're asking the wrong Phil.
00:59:08I'll give you a winter prediction.
00:59:11It's going to be cold.
00:59:13It's going to be gray.
00:59:15And it's going to last you for the rest of your life.
00:59:55Once again the eyes of the nation have turned here...
00:59:59...to this tiny village in Western Pennsylvania.
01:00:03There is no way that this winter...
01:00:06...is ever going to end...
01:00:09...as long as this groundhog keeps seeing his shadow.
01:00:13I don't see any other way out.
01:00:16He's got to be stopped.
01:00:19And I have to stop him.
01:00:23Real good, Phil. Real good.
01:00:27He's out of his gourd.
01:00:33I'm worried. There's something really wrong with Phil.
01:00:37There's a lot of things wrong with Phil.
01:00:42Hi, Phil.
01:00:44I've come to the end of me.
01:00:46There's no way out now.
01:00:50Just remember, we had a beautiful day together once.
01:00:56All right, little fellow.
01:00:58Good job. He just smiled at me! Did you see that?
01:01:02I believe he did.
01:01:04Okay, little fellow. There you go.
01:01:09Hi, there. Something I can do you for?
01:01:14Hey! What are you doing?
01:01:20Get the word out. Somebody kidnapped Phil!
01:01:23We are going after him!
01:01:31Why would anybody steal a groundhog?
01:01:34I could think of reasons.
01:01:36Pervert.
01:02:03He must have just snapped!
01:02:05This ought to be good.
01:02:09What is he doing?
01:02:10What can he be thinking?
01:02:12Not bad for a quadruped.
01:02:14Check your mirrors. Side of your eye. Side of your eye.
01:02:24That's it.
01:02:26Hey, they're chasing us! Come on, make it fun.
01:02:37Don't drive angry.
01:02:38Don't drive angry.
01:03:00There's no way out except the way we came in!
01:03:03We got him now!
01:03:24What is he doing?
01:03:25I don't know.
01:03:30If you got to shoot, don't hit the groundhog.
01:03:38Mustn't keep them waiting.
01:03:43It's showtime.
01:03:51On me in three...
01:03:54...two...
01:03:57...one.
01:04:12Phil!
01:04:15He might be okay.
01:04:21Well, no. Probably not now.
01:04:39Nuts.
01:04:48Did you sleep well, Mr. Connors?
01:04:52Would you like...
01:04:55...some toast?
01:05:14Oh, my God!
01:05:49That's him.
01:05:54He was a really, really great guy.
01:05:57I really, really liked him...
01:05:59...a lot.
01:06:08I'm sorry? What was that again?
01:06:10-I'm a god. -You're God?
01:06:13I'm a god. I'm not the God, I don't think.
01:06:17Because you survived a car wreck?
01:06:19You folks ready to order?
01:06:21I didn't just survive a wreck. I wasn't just blown up.
01:06:24I have been stabbed, shot, poisoned...
01:06:27...frozen, hung, electrocuted and burned.
01:06:31Oh, really?
01:06:32Every morning I wake up without a scratch, not a dent in the fender.
01:06:37I am an immortal.
01:06:39Special today is blueberry waffles.
01:06:41Why are you telling me this?
01:06:44Because I want you to believe in me.
01:06:46You are not a god.
01:06:47Take my word. It's 12 years of Catholic school talking.
01:06:51I can come back if you're not ready.
01:06:54How do you know I'm not a god?
01:06:56Please.
01:06:57-How do you know? -It's not possible.
01:07:00I'll come back.
01:07:02Doris.
01:07:07This is Doris. Her brother-in-law owns this diner.
01:07:09She's worked here since she was 17. She wants to see Paris...
01:07:13...before she dies.
01:07:15Boy, would I!
01:07:16-What are you doing? -Debbie and her fiancé.
01:07:19Do I know you?
01:07:20They're supposed to get married. She's having second thoughts.
01:07:23What?
01:07:25Lovely ring.
01:07:26Bill's been a waiter three years, since he left Penn State to work.
01:07:31He likes the town, paints toy soldiers and he's gay.
01:07:35I am.
01:07:36Gus hates it here, wishes he'd stayed in the Navy.
01:07:39I could've retired on half pay after 20 years.
01:07:42Excuse me. Is this a trick?
01:07:44Maybe the real God uses tricks. Maybe he's not omnipotent...
01:07:48...he just knows everything.
01:07:50-Who's that? -Tom.
01:07:52He worked in the coal mine till it closed.
01:07:54-And her? -Alice.
01:07:56Came from Ireland when she was a baby. Lived in Erie.
01:07:58He's right.
01:07:59-And her? -Nancy.
01:08:01Works in a shop, makes noises like a chipmunk when she gets excited.
01:08:05-It's true. -How do you know this?
01:08:07I told you, I know everything.
01:08:09In five seconds, a waiter will drop a tray.
01:08:12-Five, four, three, two, one. -This is nuts.
01:08:17-Okay? -Okay, that's enough.
01:08:21What about me? Do you know me too?
01:08:23I know all about you. You hope for more than Channel 9 Pittsburgh.
01:08:28Well, everyone knows that.
01:08:30You like boats but not the ocean.
01:08:33You go to a lake in the summer with your family.
01:08:37There's a dock and a boathouse with boards missing from the roof...
01:08:42...and a place you used to crawl underneath to be alone.
01:08:45You're a sucker for French poetry and rhinestones.
01:08:49You're very generous.
01:08:51You're kind to strangers and children.
01:08:54When you stand in the snow you look like an angel.
01:08:57How are you doing this?
01:09:00I told you. I wake up every day.
01:09:03Right here.
01:09:05Right in Punxsutawney. And it's always February 2nd.
01:09:09And there's nothing I can do about it.
01:09:13If you still can't believe me, listen:
01:09:16In 10 seconds...
01:09:18...Larry is going to come and take you away from me.
01:09:22But you can't let him.
01:09:25Please believe me. You've got to believe me.
01:09:33You guys ready? We better go, to stay ahead of the weather.
01:09:38What's that?
01:09:40"--to stay ahead of the weather."
01:09:48Maybe it really is happening. How else could you know so much?
01:09:52There is no way. I'm not that smart.
01:09:56Maybe I should spend the day with you...
01:09:58...as an objective witness, just to see what happens.
01:10:02This sounds like a science project.
01:10:06Concentrate.
01:10:07You got to want it.
01:10:09You got to want it, Rita.
01:10:12Come on. It's more in the wrist than the fingers.
01:10:24Be the hat. Come on, go.
01:10:26-It'd take me a year to get good. -Six months.
01:10:29Four to five hours a day, and you'd be an expert.
01:10:33-Is this what you do with eternity? -Now you know.
01:10:38That's not the worst part.
01:10:40What's the worst part?
01:10:42The worst part is that...
01:10:44...tomorrow you'll have forgotten all about this...
01:10:47...and you'll treat me like a jerk again.
01:10:50I am a jerk.
01:10:52No, you're not.
01:10:54It doesn't make any difference. I've killed myself so many times...
01:10:59... I don't even exist anymore.
01:11:01Sometimes I wish I had a thousand lifetimes.
01:11:05I don't know. Maybe it's not a curse.
01:11:08It just depends on how you look at it.
01:11:12Gosh, you're an upbeat lady!
01:11:18I want you to know it's been a really nice day for me.
01:11:21Me too.
01:11:22And maybe...
01:11:24...if it's not too boring, we can do it again sometime.
01:11:27I hope so.
01:11:41You're still here.
01:11:45I thought you were supposed to disappear. Or I was.
01:11:48Not until 6.
01:11:51You rat!
01:11:53I never said midnight.
01:11:55You knew I was waiting for midnight.
01:11:58Are you going to leave?
01:12:01No.
01:12:03Good.
01:12:15I'm sorry.
01:12:18It's all right. You can fall asleep.
01:12:21I promise I won't touch you.
01:12:24Much.
01:12:27It's all right. I'm not tired.
01:12:31What were you saying?
01:12:34I think the last thing that you heard was:
01:12:37"Only God could make a tree."
01:12:40Really?
01:13:19What I wanted to say was...
01:13:23... I think you are the kindest...
01:13:26...sweetest, prettiest person...
01:13:29... I've ever met in my life.
01:13:32I've never seen anyone...
01:13:35...that's nicer to people than you are.
01:13:51And the first time I saw you...
01:13:54...something happened to me.
01:13:57I never told you...
01:14:03...but I knew I wanted to hold you...
01:14:06...as hard as I could.
01:14:20I don't deserve someone like you.
01:14:27But if I ever could...
01:14:30... I swear I would love you...
01:14:32...for the rest of my life.
01:14:39Did you say something?
01:14:47Good night, Rita.
01:14:49Good night, Phil.
01:15:16Campers, rise and shine! Don't forget your booties.
01:15:20-It's cold out there! -It's cold every day.
01:15:23-Is this Miami Beach? -Not hardly!
01:16:01Who wants coffee? Get it while it's hot.
01:16:04-Thanks, Phil. -Larry?
01:16:06Skim milk, two sugar.
01:16:09Thanks, Phil.
01:16:10Pastry?
01:16:12We're setting up.
01:16:13Pastry, Larry? Take your pick.
01:16:16Thanks. Raspberry. Great.
01:16:19I talked with Buster Green, the head groundhog honcho.
01:16:22He said if we set up here we'll get a better shot.
01:16:25-What do you think? -Sounds good.
01:16:28Larry?
01:16:30Yeah. Let's go for it.
01:16:33Good work, Phil.
01:16:34Maybe we'll get lucky. Let me give you a hand.
01:16:39No, no. You got your coffee. I'll get it.
01:16:43We never talk. Do you have kids?
01:17:20I'd like a piano lesson.
01:17:22I'm with a student. But if you want to come back tomorrow--
01:17:26I kind of want to get started. I can give you $1000.
01:17:32Come on in.
01:17:53Morning! Off to see the groundhog?
01:17:58Think it'll be an early spring?
01:18:01Winter, slumbering in the open air
01:18:03Wears on his smiling face
01:18:05A dream of spring
01:18:08Ciao!
01:18:10Ciao!
01:18:49How does she look?
01:18:51Great.
01:18:52Thank you.
01:18:54-Did you know he could ice sculpt? -No.
01:19:11Not bad. You say this is your first lesson?
01:19:15Yes, but my father was a piano mover, so....
01:19:24-Phil Connors, I thought it was you. -Ned Ryerson.
01:19:31I have missed you so much.
01:19:38I don't know where you're headed, but can you call in sick?
01:19:45I got to get going.
01:19:47It's good to see you, Phil.
01:20:08Hello, father.
01:20:10Let's get you someplace warm.
01:20:13Remember me?
01:20:21You brought the old man in?
01:20:23How is he?
01:20:25He just passed away.
01:20:29-What did he die of? -He was just old.
01:20:32It was just his time.
01:20:37-I want to see his chart. Excuse me. -Sir!
01:20:40You can't come in here.
01:20:42Sir, this is a restricted area.
01:20:54Where's the chart?
01:20:56Sometimes people just die.
01:20:59Not today.
01:21:13Gets hard down there at the bottom.
01:21:18Here you go.
01:21:20Thank you.
01:21:25Come on, dad.
01:21:27Come on, pop.
01:21:30Come on. Come on, breathe.
01:21:32Breathe, pop! Breathe, pop!
01:22:00When Chekhov saw the long winter...
01:22:04...he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope.
01:22:07Yet we know winter is just another step in the cycle of life.
01:22:12But standing here among the people of Punxsutawney...
01:22:16...and basking in the warmth of their hearths and hearts...
01:22:20... I couldn't imagine a better fate...
01:22:22...than a long and lustrous winter.
01:22:26From Punxsutawney, it's Phil Connors.
01:22:29So long.
01:22:32Nice speech. Very nice.
01:22:34Thank you.
01:22:36-How was that for you two? -My man, you touched me.
01:22:40-Thanks, Larry. -Thank you.
01:22:43I got to go.
01:22:45That was surprising. I didn't know you were so versatile.
01:22:50I surprise myself sometimes.
01:22:52Would you like a cup of coffee?
01:22:54I'd love to. Can I have a rain check? I've got some errands.
01:23:01Errands? What errands?
01:23:04I thought we were going back.
01:23:23What do you say? What do you say?
01:23:27You little brat. You have never thanked me!
01:23:30I'll see you tomorrow...
01:23:32...maybe.
01:23:41You totaled it.
01:23:43-It's only a flat tire. -What are we going to do?
01:23:49-It's an earthquake! -It's not an earthquake.
01:23:52What is it?
01:23:57Thank you, young man.
01:24:00It's nothing. I had the tire and the jack.
01:24:03Just be comfortable. It'll be a minute.
01:24:06Who is that?
01:24:07He must be from the motor club.
01:24:11He's having a heart attack! Do something!
01:24:14Call 411, an ambulance, a lawyer, doctor, anything!
01:24:26I think that did it.
01:24:31If you're going to eat steak, get sharper teeth.
01:24:34-Enjoy your meal. -Thank you.
01:24:37Who was that?
01:24:39-I'm fine, I'm fine. -Are you sure?
01:24:41Eat, eat!
01:24:47People don't understand...
01:24:49...what's involved. This is an art form.
01:24:52I think most people just think...
01:24:54...that I hold a camera and point it at stuff.
01:24:58There's a lot more to it than that.
01:25:02Would you be interested in seeing the inside of a van?
01:25:06You know, I really have to get back to the party.
01:25:09Great idea. I'll go with you.
01:25:11Let me just drop a tip here.
01:25:20Hi! How are you?
01:25:21Rita, this is Nancy.
01:25:24We were going to the party. You going?
01:25:27Sounds like fun. Maybe we should call Phil.
01:25:30I think he's already in there.
01:27:29Isn’t he good?
01:27:31He's great!
01:27:32He's my student.
01:27:36I'm so proud.
01:27:39Thank you.
01:27:42Hello, welcome to our party.
01:27:44I didn't know you could play like that.
01:27:47I'm versatile.
01:27:56It's that nice young man from the motor club.
01:27:59Thank you again.
01:28:01It's nothing, ladies.
01:28:02He's the fastest jack in Jefferson County.
01:28:08What was that all about?
01:28:10Don't know. They've been hitting on me all night.
01:28:14There you are!
01:28:17I never thanked you properly for what you did.
01:28:21He would've choked for sure.
01:28:23He may have. He was trying to swallow a whole cow.
01:28:27I owe you one, buddy.
01:28:28Hang on to him, dear. He's a real find.
01:28:34What did you do today?
01:28:36Same old, same old.
01:28:43Excuse me, Mr. Connors.
01:28:45Fred, how was the wedding?
01:28:47Thank you for making Debbie go through with it.
01:28:50All I did was fan her flame of passion for you.
01:28:53You are the best.
01:28:55No, you are.
01:28:56Rita, this is Debbie and Fred Kleiser.
01:29:00-Here you go, kids. Congratulations. -What is this?
01:29:04No way!
01:29:06WrestleMania! No way!
01:29:10How'd you know? We'll be in Pittsburgh anyway!
01:29:13Thank you. You're a real pal.
01:29:15Oh, this is the best.
01:29:22I don't understand.
01:29:24I guess not.
01:29:26How does everyone know you? You come once a year.
01:29:29You're the most popular person in town.
01:29:31Excuse me, Dr. Connors?
01:29:33I want to thank you for fixing Felix's back.
01:29:36He can help around the house again.
01:29:39Well, I'm sorry to hear that, Felix.
01:29:44Dr. Connors?
01:29:46It's kind of an honorary title.
01:29:48What is going on?
01:29:50I really don't know.
01:29:51There is something going on with you.
01:29:54You want the long or short version?
01:29:57Let's start with the short and go from there.
01:30:05Okay, folks, attention.
01:30:08Time for the bachelor auction. You know the rules.
01:30:11All the eligible bachelors come in front.
01:30:14And you ladies...
01:30:16...you bid on them!
01:30:17Do whatever you want with them...
01:30:20...no questions asked!
01:30:22I don't want to know about it, as long as it's legal.
01:30:25Get out your pocketbooks, and remember it's all for charity.
01:30:31What are you doing down here?
01:30:33Go on, get up there.
01:30:35I got 10 bucks that says you're mine.
01:30:38Buster, I got your first victim.
01:30:41Phil Connors, come on up here!
01:30:48All right! Now, what am I bid for this fine specimen?
01:30:52Five dollars!
01:30:54The bidding has begun at $5.
01:30:56Ten dollars!
01:30:57Fifteen!
01:30:59-Twenty! -Twenty-five!
01:31:01Thirty!
01:31:02-Thirty-five! -Forty!
01:31:04Forty-five!
01:31:06Fifty!
01:31:07Fifty-five!
01:31:08Sixty!
01:31:09I'm bid $60. Do I hear more?
01:31:15$339.88.
01:31:22We won't accept any more bids. I think that's sold...
01:31:26...to the little lady for $339.88!
01:31:31Congratulations!
01:31:40Okay, bachelors, who's next?
01:31:53All right! Now, what am I bid for this guy?
01:31:56Do I hear a buck and a half?
01:31:58Anybody?
01:32:0075 cents?
01:32:02I bid two bits!
01:32:04Sold to the lady for 25 cents.
01:32:07I got him!
01:32:16Phil Connors, I thought that was you.
01:32:19This is Ned Ryerson, my new insurance agent.
01:32:22I'll say.
01:32:25I haven't seen him for 20 years.
01:32:27He comes up and buys whole life, term, fire, auto, dental, health...
01:32:32...with the optional death and dismemberment plan.
01:32:35This is the best day of my life.
01:32:38-Mine too. -Mine too.
01:32:40Where are we going?
01:32:42Let's not spoil it.
01:32:45Let's not-- I got that.
01:32:50Why can't I look?
01:32:52Because you bother me a lot.
01:32:54I'm getting cold.
01:32:56How long do I have to sit here?
01:32:58I'm giving you your money's worth. You paid top dollar for me.
01:33:02Well, I think you were a bargain.
01:33:05Sweet of you to say. You're right.
01:33:10Is it finished yet?
01:33:12I still have to put cherry syrup on the top...
01:33:15...then we can eat it.
01:33:17Come on, Phil. I'm freezing!
01:33:19One second, one second.
01:33:21Let me turn it in the light.
01:33:29It's amazing.
01:33:31It's beautiful.
01:33:36How did you do that?
01:33:39I know your face so well, I could do it with my eyes closed.
01:33:47It's lovely.
01:33:49I don't know what to say.
01:33:52I do.
01:33:56No matter what happens tomorrow...
01:33:58...or for the rest of my life...
01:34:00... I'm happy now...
01:34:03...because I love you.
01:34:06I think I'm happy too.
01:35:06Please. Not again.
01:35:07-That's a great song. -It's not.
01:35:10Don't listen to this man--
01:35:12It's too early.
01:35:25Something is different.
01:35:28Good or bad?
01:35:29Anything different is good.
01:35:34But this could be real good.
01:35:41Why are you here?
01:35:43I bought you. I own you.
01:35:48But why are you still here?
01:35:50You said, "Stay," so I stayed.
01:35:55I said, "Stay," so you stayed.
01:35:58I can't even make a collie stay.
01:36:02I got to check something.
01:36:05Stay.
01:36:07Stay.
01:36:14They're gone!
01:36:16They're all gone.
01:36:20-Do you know what today is? -No, what?
01:36:24Today is tomorrow.
01:36:26It happened.
01:36:30-You're here. -I'm here.
01:36:36Why weren't you like this last night? You just fell asleep.
01:36:43It was the end of a very long day.
01:36:49Is there anything I can do for you today?
01:36:53I'm sure I can think of something.
01:37:29It's so beautiful!
01:37:42Let's live here.

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