Poems for my son
E13 #Randall - Bud, I'm sorry that more people didn't come to your birthday party. I bet they wanted to come but they probably had other things going on that they couldn't get out of. - No, they didn't. They're just not my friends. But I don't care. I have three really good friends. That's a lot. And they all came to my party.
Gloria: You know, I think I should go home to my loving husband and pull
him close and tell him that I danced with 20 men.
Jay: He's not home. He's in a dicey neighborhood worried about his car.
Jay: What, are we goon kiss or dance?
Gloria: Let's dance!
If I am so lucky as to still have your ear.
But eventually, that car out there, that car is gonna tell my family's story just by looking at it.
Phil: There you are. I really need to talk to you.
Jay: You really don't.
Phil: Jay, please. It's about work. I got a text during your massage. I've been offered a partnership in a new agency.
Jay: Oh, good for you.
Phil: I am not so sure. I mean, there's--there's a big upside, but I have a stable job right now. I have three kids, and at least one of them's going to college. Worse case scenario, they all go.
Jay: Well, what does Claire think?
Phil: I haven't told her yet. I wanted to talk to you first. You've done this.
Jay: Well, I think that there's only really one question.
Phil: Whether I'm ready to run my own company?
Jay: Ah, you're great with people. We know you're a good salesman. You've managed to provide a good living in tough times.
Phil: Then what? Is this the right time?
Jay: Never a perfect time. House could burn down tomorrow. Question is, do you want this?
Phil: Yeah. Yeah, I really want it.
Jay: Then gamble on yourself. I'd gamble on you.
Phil: I'm gonna do it.
Jay: There you go.
Phil: Thanks, Jay.
And I advice you , 'twas better than to never having had loved at all.
#Dad&Randall - Why are you pretending not to know all this stuff, huh? Getting B in maths? And not letting everyone see how smart you are? - I don't want to be different from them. - Different from who? The kids at school? - If I get an A, I'll get ice cream and Kate and Kevin won't and then they will hate me. - Can I be honest with you? Man to man? You know, your mom and me, we always try to treat you kids same. Always have. Hasn't always worked, because, well, you are not all the same. You're adopted, and we don't talk abou it that enough. Becuase to me, you are every part of my son. Maybe I don't want you to feel like you stand out. But I need you to know something. I want you to stand out. I want all of you to be as different as you can possibly be, in all the best ways. I love you as much as a human heart can, kiddo. You are an exceptional yound man.
But that's okay.
So here ,my good son ,is a father's advice : Update and recalled .
E12 #Rebecca I've been acting out lately. I've been terrible to your dad, who is just perfect. He is so perfect. Oh my god, you guys are going to freak out when you see how awesome your dad is. Honestly, you're gonna be huge fans. #Rebecca I'm impatient. I'm stubborn. I'm terrified that I'm gonna make a hundred wrong decisions and ruin the chances that you guys have to lead the perfect lives that you deserve, but.. I will protect you fiercely. And I will always sing to you when you can't sleep. And I will always be excited to hear you laugh. I bet you guys are gonna have wildly different laughs, huh? I love you so much it hurts, and I haven't even met you yet. It's crazy. So I guess what...I'm trying to say is, um... you are gonna to have to take the good with the bad when it comes to me.
Claire: You know, this is your fault.
Claire: The way we compete with each other it's-- is sick. It's so sick, two 13-year-olds know how to take advantage of us. And you know what? You made me this way.
Jay: How do you figure that?
Claire: Dad! You pushed me into sports. You never let me win. You know, that stuff... it does something to a girl.
Jay: For your information, you came out of the womb like that. I'm not entirely sure there wasn't a twin in there you bumped off.
Claire: If you saw that in me, why didn't you discourage it?
Jay: Why would I discourage something that I love?
Jay: You kidding? You're a fighter. The thing I love about you is you never give up.
Jay: Even though I clearly designed a superior egg container.
Claire: Out of your mind, old man.
Jay: Only one way to find out.
But now ,with more years ,with more time ,more perspective ,I see things in a slightly new way .
I want my kids to be okay, Mel.
Cam: Jay! Jay! Jay!
Jay: You wanna hug me, don't you?
Cam: I kind of do.
Jay: 4 to 5 seconds.
Cam: 45 seconds?
Jay: 4 to 5 seconds.
Cam: Oh, okay.
I can't afford that car. I can't.
Because I see it, Mel. I see it so clearly.
Jay: If I could only save one possession in a fire, probably my first
set of golf clubs. My old man gave 'em to me.
Gloria: The engagement ring that Jay gave me that changed my life.
Mitchell: Lily's adoption papers.
Cam: I was gonna say adoption papers. So I guess, then, I would say y mom's recipe book.
Phil: All our family photos... which I keep on my iPad, so my iPad.
Claire: As long as I have my family, I wouldn't need anything else.
All: Aw, man!
Phil: You say something like that, it makes us all seem petty.
Claire: Well... I know.
— William Hill
#Rebecca Nothing bad will happen on Christmas Eve.
I want my family to be okay.
Cam: There are dreamers and there are realists in this world. You'd think the dreamers would find the dreamers and the realists would find the realists, but more often than not, the opposite is true. You see, the dreamers need the realists to keep them from soaring too close to the sun. And the realists... well, without the dreamers, they might not ever get off the ground.
I mean, I know I think about it a lot what I want for mine.
E16 #Randall&William - What was he like? Your father. - Larger than life, I guess. He had this really great laugh. It's like when he laughed, like it almost surprised him, you know? Like it surprised him that he could laugh so freely. #Randall&William - I'm gonna call Beth. I'll have the girls here hugging you within hours. - No, no, no. I sail goodbye when they were laying down. I want them to remember looking up at me, not down. Up. Man, that was a hell of a thing you did, knocking on my door that day. - Come on, man. - Roll all your windows down, Randall. Crank up the music. Grow out that 'fro (formula). Let someone else make your bed. - I like making my damn bed, old man. - Then you make it. You deserve it. You've deserve the beautiful life you've made. You deserve everything, Randall. My beautiful boy. My son. I haven't had a happy life. Bad breaks and bad choices. A life of almosts and could-haves. Someone would call it sad, but I don't. 'Cause the two best things in my life were the person in the very beginning and the person at the very end. That's a pretty good thing I'd be able to say, I think.
Phil: And that was how they apologized to me. At least, I - I think it was. I could never ask them.
I, you know... I can see it so clearly.
E15 #Kate&Toby - I love learning that about you. - I love telling you that about me. #Migual&Kevin You remind me of him. You know that? The way you move your hands when you talk. The way you walk aross the room. Sometimes you remind me of him so much that the hair on my arm stands up. That's why it breaks my heart that you don't like me, Kevin. Because when I'm around you, I feel like I get a little piece of my best friend back. Now, you are Jack Pearson's son. You have him inside of you. When you are nervous or you're at your most nerve-racking moment - the curtain's about to go up - all you have to do is remind yourself of that. Think about what he'd do and you will be fine.
Jay: I'm dead set against drugs. "Just say no" and all that stuff. But I thought, just this once for Gloria. And if I was goon make a complete ass of myself, I didn't wanna remember it.
I loved you ,I lost you.
#ThisIsUs Life is full of color. And we each get to come along and we add our color to the painting. Even though it's not very big, the painting, you sort of have to figure that it goes on forever, in each direction, like infinity. Coz that's kind of like life, right? It's really crazy, if you think about it, isn't it, that a hunderd years ago, some guy that I never met came to this country with a suitcase. He has a son, who has a son, who has me. So at first, when I was painting, I was thinking maybe up here, that was that guy's part of the painting and then down here, that's my part of the painting. And then I started to think, well, what if we're all in the painting, everywhere? And what if we're in the painting before we're born? What if we're in it after we die? And these colors that we keep adding, what if they just keep getting added on top of one another, unitl eventually we're not even different colors anymore? We're just... One thing. One painting. I mean, my dad is not with us anymore. He's not alive, but he's with us. He's with me every day. It's all just sort of fits somehow, and even if you don't understand how yet. People will die in our lives, people that we love. In the future. Maybe tommorrow. Maybe years from now. It's kind of beautiful, if you think about it, the fact that just because someone dies, just because you can't see them or talk to them anymore, it doesn't mean they're not still in the painting. I thik maybe that's the point of the whole thing. There's no dying. There's no you or me or them. It's just us. And this sloppy, wild, colorful, magical thing that has no beginning, that has no end, is right here. I think it's us.
Mitchell: The big drug I gave him-- baby aspirin. Orange-flavored. He could have chewed it.
Pearsons, we need tough.
- Oh, it does work better with two thumbs. - Nah I like the way you do it. - Mm. Well... I like your face. - Shall we do this? - (Nod)
It's better to have loved and lost ,surely , But try not to lost it at all ."
#Dr. K - I take it you're Randall. - My dad said you're the reason they adopted me. So thank you. - Oh would you look at that. That's a fine snow globe. I love that. Thank you Randall. But you know, the only thing I did that day was nudge a man in a direction he already wanted to go. If at some point in your life, you find a way to show somebody else the same kindness that your parents showed you, that's all the present I'll need.
Jay: We all struggle with limitations... Some we're willing to accept... And some we're not. It's never too late to grow in life.
从初叶，到新兴的重看和摘录，笔者对This is us的欢腾就如总会在看剧的时候荡漾着，以致于有种公共场面无比期待却又不舍得不忍心开启第二季的感觉。
Manny: They say the important thing in life isn't the destination. It's the journey, the challenges you face along the way... the unexpected twists and turns... the disappointments you overcome. But they're wrong. It's all about the destination, especially when the destination is your amazing oceanfront hotel.
Because every battle scar is gonna be another memory.
Manny: He's learning to dance, but he's just to tense.
Jay: It's not working out.
Manny: 'cause you're not letting go.
Jay: I'm trying. Don't you think I want to be all smooth and make your mom happy out there? But I just can't do it, that's all.
Manny: Jay, I'm not giving up on you.
Mitchell: Okay. Hey, Manny, would you give us a second? Thanks. Dad, look, I-I know this is weird, but you and I are a lot alike. We're self-conscious, okay? So, um, here. Just...
Jay: The hell is this?
Mitchell: It's just something that some people take at clubs to, you know, loosen up.
Jay: You take this?
Mitchell: A gay man who hates dancing lives in a sad and lonely little world. This just melts your inhibitions, and-- and you can dance all night. Plus it gives you a raging--
Jay: I don't wanna-- I don't like this at all.
Mitchell: Just hold on to it. Just in case. Keep it. Come on. It's fine.
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