Beth is wary of Randall's plan to drive to Memphis with William, his hometown where many of his, and thus by association Randall's surviving biological relatives still live. Beth's concern is solely because of Randall's nervous breakdown happening one week ago and he only having been out of the hospital for five days. But the trip is a go on the okay by Randall's psychiatrist. With biological father and son alone on the drive, their differences - William being carefree whereas Randall is regimented - may be highlighted. Beyond Randall meeting the family he never knew, he will find that William has some very specific things he needs to do on this trip, Memphis where he has not been in approximately forty years. Due to the reasons behind some of the things he needs to do, William may find that his homecoming is not all heartwarming, mostly around not why he left Memphis for Pittsburgh, but rather he having abandoned his responsibilities in Memphis. Randall will also discover that ...
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When William goes into the girls' room before his trip, Annie and Tess are both asleep and lying on their left sides (you can see both of their faces). When the camera angle changes, the girls are facing each other. See more
I used to have a bit of a 'fro.
Yeah, into my thirties, actually. But then I made partner, life started to get more serious. Needed to update the look. So, Tess was about three at the time. And when I came home from the barbershop that Saturday, clean-shaven, clean-cut, she took one look at me and started bawling.
Damn near hyperventilated, the poor kid. And it wasn't that she didn't recognize me. It just took her a minute to see past the bricked-up front door, was all.
My Honey and Me
Written by John McFarland and Luther Ingram
Performed by The Emotions See more