1 00:00:49,273 --> 00:00:50,538 Stardust, go ahead. 2 00:00:50,540 --> 00:00:52,774 Activate the v-10 recorder. 3 00:00:52,776 --> 00:00:53,778 Copy. 4 00:01:07,590 --> 00:01:09,690 Quarter activation complete. 5 00:01:09,692 --> 00:01:10,894 Copy. Thank you. 6 00:01:21,272 --> 00:01:24,439 I know I'm not an ordinary 10-year-old kid. 7 00:01:24,441 --> 00:01:26,878 I mean, I do ordinary things. 8 00:01:27,844 --> 00:01:30,879 Eat ice cream. Ride my bike. 9 00:01:30,881 --> 00:01:32,950 I'm really good at playing sports. 10 00:01:33,816 --> 00:01:36,651 Well, on my Xbox. 11 00:01:36,653 --> 00:01:41,689 I love minecraft, science and dressing up for Halloween. 12 00:01:41,691 --> 00:01:44,425 I love to lightsaber fight with my dad. 13 00:01:44,427 --> 00:01:46,827 And watch star wars movies with him. 14 00:01:46,829 --> 00:01:50,064 And drive my big sister crazy. 15 00:01:50,066 --> 00:01:54,869 And dream about being in outer space, just like any ordinary kid. 16 00:01:54,871 --> 00:01:58,707 I just don't look ordinary when I'm doing these things. 17 00:01:58,709 --> 00:02:00,978 Not even my birth was ordinary. 18 00:02:02,780 --> 00:02:05,880 It was hilarious. 19 00:02:05,882 --> 00:02:08,719 Now, how can a birth be hilarious, you ask? 20 00:02:10,486 --> 00:02:12,054 A teenage doctor helps. 21 00:02:12,056 --> 00:02:13,391 This is my first day. 22 00:02:13,890 --> 00:02:15,090 Nate! 23 00:02:15,092 --> 00:02:19,094 A massive video camera also aids the situation. 24 00:02:19,096 --> 00:02:22,933 But to really be funny, you need what all the best jokes have. 25 00:02:23,734 --> 00:02:24,865 A punch line. 26 00:02:24,867 --> 00:02:26,500 He's coming! 27 00:02:41,518 --> 00:02:43,918 Where's the baby going? Go with the baby! 28 00:02:43,920 --> 00:02:45,522 You need to go, sir. 29 00:02:48,758 --> 00:02:51,893 I've had 27 surgeries since then. 30 00:02:51,895 --> 00:02:56,465 They've helped me to breathe, to see, to hear without a hearing aid, 31 00:02:56,467 --> 00:02:59,534 and some even helped me look a bit better. 32 00:02:59,536 --> 00:03:02,536 But none of them have made me look ordinary. 33 00:03:02,538 --> 00:03:04,940 He said he doesn't want to go. 34 00:03:04,942 --> 00:03:06,407 But he's ready. 35 00:03:06,409 --> 00:03:07,542 No, he's not ready. 36 00:03:07,544 --> 00:03:09,810 I cannot home school him forever. 37 00:03:09,812 --> 00:03:12,881 Every year that we wait, it'll just be harder to start. 38 00:03:12,883 --> 00:03:15,549 This is the first year of middle school for everyone. 39 00:03:15,551 --> 00:03:17,886 He will not be the only new kid. 40 00:03:17,888 --> 00:03:21,655 Okay, well, he's gonna be the only new kid that looks like him. 41 00:03:21,657 --> 00:03:22,556 Look, will you stop folding towels 42 00:03:22,558 --> 00:03:24,525 for just one second and please listen? 43 00:03:24,527 --> 00:03:26,894 It's like leading a lamb to the slaughter. 44 00:03:26,896 --> 00:03:28,332 And you know it. 45 00:03:30,067 --> 00:03:33,734 I know I'll never just be an ordinary kid. 46 00:03:33,736 --> 00:03:36,873 Ordinary kids don't make other kids run away from playgrounds. 47 00:03:39,810 --> 00:03:43,814 Ordinary kids don't get stared at wherever they go. 48 00:03:45,681 --> 00:03:47,584 But it's okay if you wanna stare, too. 49 00:03:56,894 --> 00:03:58,959 My name is auggie Pullman. 50 00:03:58,961 --> 00:04:01,431 Next week, i start fifth grade. 51 00:04:02,932 --> 00:04:06,701 And since I've never been to real school before, 52 00:04:06,703 --> 00:04:10,640 I'm pretty much totally and completely petrified. 53 00:04:50,581 --> 00:04:53,781 Mrs. Pullman, so good to see you again. 54 00:04:53,783 --> 00:04:56,086 And you must be auggie. What a pleasure to meet you. 55 00:04:56,752 --> 00:04:57,822 I'm Mr. tushman. 56 00:04:59,088 --> 00:05:00,688 You can laugh about that. 57 00:05:00,690 --> 00:05:01,856 Tushman. 58 00:05:01,858 --> 00:05:03,757 I've heard 'em all. 59 00:05:03,759 --> 00:05:07,896 - Tushy. Butt man. Butt face. - Oh. 60 00:05:07,898 --> 00:05:09,264 Mr. tuchus. 61 00:05:11,235 --> 00:05:15,070 And then in the spring, we have a science fair. 62 00:05:15,072 --> 00:05:19,574 And from what your home school teacher tells me, you'll get first prize. 63 00:05:19,576 --> 00:05:21,543 You hear that, auggie? 64 00:05:21,545 --> 00:05:24,512 Then right before graduation, whole class takes a trip 65 00:05:24,514 --> 00:05:26,914 to a nature reserve in Pennsylvania. 66 00:05:26,916 --> 00:05:30,185 It is the highlight of the year. 67 00:05:30,187 --> 00:05:31,920 I promise you. 68 00:05:31,922 --> 00:05:33,157 Oh good, they're here. 69 00:05:42,798 --> 00:05:44,098 Who are they? 70 00:05:44,100 --> 00:05:45,466 Well, I thought it would be helpful for you 71 00:05:45,468 --> 00:05:48,570 to meet some of our students 'fore you start school, auggie. 72 00:05:48,572 --> 00:05:49,673 What do you think? 73 00:05:51,173 --> 00:05:53,007 Other kids now? 74 00:05:53,009 --> 00:05:54,409 They were in the elementary school 75 00:05:54,411 --> 00:05:57,481 so they know their way around and they'll give you a nice tour. 76 00:05:59,550 --> 00:06:00,951 It will be fine. 77 00:06:07,723 --> 00:06:12,127 Auggie, this is Jack will, Julian, and Charlotte. 78 00:06:12,129 --> 00:06:14,031 Guys, this is auggie Pullman. 79 00:06:14,630 --> 00:06:16,933 Hi. 80 00:06:17,199 --> 00:06:18,536 Hey. 81 00:06:20,971 --> 00:06:23,837 Meeting kids is harder than meeting adults. 82 00:06:23,839 --> 00:06:26,608 Everyone makes the same face at first. 83 00:06:26,610 --> 00:06:28,913 But kids aren't as good at hiding it. 84 00:06:30,213 --> 00:06:33,348 So I usually look down. 85 00:06:33,350 --> 00:06:36,584 You can learn a lot about people from their shoes. 86 00:06:36,586 --> 00:06:40,024 I think these three are trust fund kid, 87 00:06:40,990 --> 00:06:42,526 hand-me-down kid... 88 00:06:43,259 --> 00:06:45,627 Uh-oh, crazy kid. 89 00:06:45,629 --> 00:06:47,695 I act in TV commercials. 90 00:06:47,697 --> 00:06:48,863 Really? 91 00:06:48,865 --> 00:06:51,302 Yeah. Tide. 92 00:06:52,802 --> 00:06:53,801 Why don't you guys 93 00:06:53,803 --> 00:06:55,303 take auggie 'round the school a bit, huh? 94 00:06:55,305 --> 00:06:58,175 Just be back here in, uh, a half hour? 95 00:07:11,120 --> 00:07:12,753 I started when I was two. 96 00:07:12,755 --> 00:07:14,122 Local spots mostly. 97 00:07:14,124 --> 00:07:17,224 Then when I was three I booked my first national. Nestlé quik. 98 00:07:17,226 --> 00:07:19,760 It was hard, because I'm lactose intolerant. 99 00:07:19,762 --> 00:07:22,062 Anyway, have you ever heard of a spit bucket? 100 00:07:22,064 --> 00:07:25,336 So this is our homeroom. We have Mr. browne. 101 00:07:26,702 --> 00:07:28,969 My mom says he's a little weird. 102 00:07:28,971 --> 00:07:31,072 Then I was in the chorus of 103 00:07:31,074 --> 00:07:35,276 the radio city music hall Christmas spectacular. 104 00:07:35,278 --> 00:07:37,344 I auditioned for Annie on Broadway. 105 00:07:37,346 --> 00:07:41,115 I got two callbacks for Molly, but I guess they went in a different direction. 106 00:07:41,117 --> 00:07:42,185 Hey, Charlotte! 107 00:07:43,220 --> 00:07:45,022 Don't you ever stop talking? 108 00:07:45,956 --> 00:07:48,423 So this is the cafeteria. 109 00:07:48,425 --> 00:07:51,892 The food here is okay for school food. 110 00:07:51,894 --> 00:07:55,231 Or do you eat special food? 111 00:08:05,709 --> 00:08:10,911 Wow! This reminds me of my guess spot on law & order. 112 00:08:10,913 --> 00:08:14,115 So the science elective is supposably really hard. 113 00:08:14,117 --> 00:08:16,216 So you probably won't be spending much time here. 114 00:08:16,218 --> 00:08:19,187 No offense, but if you've never been in a real school before... 115 00:08:19,189 --> 00:08:21,122 Dude, he's been home schooled. 116 00:08:21,124 --> 00:08:22,923 Okay, I'm just saying. 117 00:08:22,925 --> 00:08:25,325 Science is supposably really hard. 118 00:08:25,327 --> 00:08:27,461 But you're taking it, too, right? 119 00:08:27,463 --> 00:08:30,397 Hey, maybe you could fail together. 120 00:08:30,399 --> 00:08:33,036 Why don't you get out of the way, so he can check it out? 121 00:08:34,437 --> 00:08:35,639 Okay. 122 00:08:37,407 --> 00:08:41,041 I mean, there's nothing much to see. Desks. Chairs. 123 00:08:41,043 --> 00:08:43,078 The Incubator. Bunsen burners. 124 00:08:43,080 --> 00:08:45,282 Those are some really gross science posters. 125 00:08:46,249 --> 00:08:49,084 Oh! And this is an eraser. 126 00:08:49,086 --> 00:08:51,018 He knows what an eraser is. 127 00:08:51,020 --> 00:08:52,786 How am I supposed to know what he knows? 128 00:08:52,788 --> 00:08:54,022 He doesn't say anything. 129 00:08:54,024 --> 00:08:56,027 You know what an eraser is, right? 130 00:08:57,360 --> 00:09:00,197 Dude, you have to say something. 131 00:09:01,764 --> 00:09:03,433 Yeah, I know what an eraser is. 132 00:09:05,936 --> 00:09:10,104 Is... is your name Jack or jackwill? 133 00:09:10,106 --> 00:09:12,306 You thought his name was jackwill? 134 00:09:12,308 --> 00:09:15,879 Yeah, a lotta people call me by my first and last name. 135 00:09:16,413 --> 00:09:18,146 I don't know why. 136 00:09:18,148 --> 00:09:19,379 Got any other questions? 137 00:09:19,381 --> 00:09:22,916 Actually, I've got a question for auggie. 138 00:09:22,918 --> 00:09:24,185 What's the deal with your face? 139 00:09:24,187 --> 00:09:25,185 Dude! 140 00:09:25,187 --> 00:09:26,787 I mean were you in a car crash or something? 141 00:09:26,789 --> 00:09:28,022 Julian! 142 00:09:28,024 --> 00:09:30,425 What? Tushman said we could ask questions if we wanted to. 143 00:09:30,427 --> 00:09:31,425 Not rude questions. 144 00:09:31,427 --> 00:09:34,161 Besides, he was born like that, Mr. tushman said. 145 00:09:34,163 --> 00:09:37,931 Yeah, I know. I just thought maybe he was, like, in a fire, too. 146 00:09:37,933 --> 00:09:39,800 Hey, Julian, shut up. 147 00:09:39,802 --> 00:09:40,868 You shut up! 148 00:09:40,870 --> 00:09:41,938 Why don't we all shut up? 149 00:09:43,340 --> 00:09:45,209 No, I wasn't in a fire. 150 00:09:48,144 --> 00:09:49,879 And the word's "supposedly." 151 00:09:51,881 --> 00:09:53,180 What? 152 00:09:53,182 --> 00:09:57,252 You said that science is supposably really hard. 153 00:09:57,254 --> 00:09:59,286 Twice. 154 00:09:59,288 --> 00:10:02,158 The word's "supposedly." With a "d." 155 00:10:04,860 --> 00:10:07,097 Maybe my mom can home school you, too. 156 00:10:20,943 --> 00:10:24,546 Do you wanna tell us yet how you felt about the tour? 157 00:10:24,548 --> 00:10:25,847 Today? 158 00:10:25,849 --> 00:10:27,415 Mr. tushman went out of his way 159 00:10:27,417 --> 00:10:29,217 to tell me how sweet those kids were 160 00:10:29,219 --> 00:10:32,355 and that Julian is apparently quite the dream. 161 00:10:33,289 --> 00:10:34,855 No. 162 00:10:34,857 --> 00:10:36,092 Not a dream? 163 00:10:37,124 --> 00:10:39,026 Is he one of those kids that acts one way in front of grownups 164 00:10:39,028 --> 00:10:41,228 and then another way in front of kids? 165 00:10:41,230 --> 00:10:42,930 Yeah, I guess. 166 00:10:42,932 --> 00:10:46,434 Well I know it's hard, but you have to understand that 167 00:10:46,436 --> 00:10:49,337 he probably feels badly about himself. 168 00:10:49,339 --> 00:10:53,340 And when someone acts small, you just have to be the bigger person, all right? 169 00:10:53,342 --> 00:10:55,478 Right. 170 00:10:57,346 --> 00:10:59,082 Via, I'll get the pizza. 171 00:11:00,250 --> 00:11:01,916 Look at me, auggie. 172 00:11:01,918 --> 00:11:03,584 That kid sounds like a real jerk. 173 00:11:03,586 --> 00:11:05,987 If someone pushes you, push back. 174 00:11:05,989 --> 00:11:07,488 Don't be afraid of anyone. 175 00:11:07,490 --> 00:11:09,022 Why are we whispering? 176 00:11:09,024 --> 00:11:10,461 Because I'm afraid of mom. 177 00:11:11,528 --> 00:11:13,460 You just gotta be a bigger person 178 00:11:13,462 --> 00:11:17,331 and rise above it. It's that easy. 179 00:11:17,333 --> 00:11:21,603 Auggie, I do believe that this is the best year for you to start school 180 00:11:21,605 --> 00:11:24,539 because everybody is going to be new. 181 00:11:24,541 --> 00:11:26,273 But if you really don't wanna go... 182 00:11:26,275 --> 00:11:29,012 No. It's okay. I wanna go. 183 00:11:31,581 --> 00:11:33,281 You do? 184 00:11:33,283 --> 00:11:34,415 Mmm-hmm. 185 00:11:34,417 --> 00:11:36,550 What changed your mind? 186 00:11:36,552 --> 00:11:38,923 Well they have a really good science elective. 187 00:11:40,056 --> 00:11:42,390 And I need a better science teacher. 188 00:11:42,392 --> 00:11:43,958 Oh! 189 00:11:43,960 --> 00:11:46,326 - Oh, wow. There's that. - Whoa! Whoa! 190 00:11:46,328 --> 00:11:47,929 Are you gonna take that, mom? 191 00:11:47,931 --> 00:11:48,964 Can I get some backup here? 192 00:11:48,966 --> 00:11:50,165 You gonna let him talk to your wife like this? 193 00:11:50,167 --> 00:11:52,566 I'm not gonna let him talk to my wife like that. 194 00:11:52,568 --> 00:11:54,102 - Please! - Get him! Come on, via. 195 00:11:54,104 --> 00:11:56,574 Get in there. 196 00:12:24,668 --> 00:12:27,701 I'll meet you right here after school. 197 00:12:27,703 --> 00:12:29,472 Okay? Right here. 198 00:12:32,075 --> 00:12:33,241 I love you. 199 00:12:33,243 --> 00:12:34,345 Love you, too. 200 00:12:35,211 --> 00:12:36,447 I'll see you later. 201 00:12:42,118 --> 00:12:43,254 Can you hear me? 202 00:12:51,528 --> 00:12:54,195 We're gonna have a little man-to-man. 203 00:12:54,197 --> 00:12:58,398 Now, I gotta stop here, because past this point is a no dad zone 204 00:12:58,400 --> 00:13:02,070 and you don't wanna walk up with your parents because it's not cool. 205 00:13:02,072 --> 00:13:03,171 But you're cool. 206 00:13:04,341 --> 00:13:08,544 I know I am, but technically most dads aren't, so... 207 00:13:09,511 --> 00:13:11,414 And neither are these helmets. 208 00:13:14,985 --> 00:13:16,050 Hey. 209 00:13:16,052 --> 00:13:20,688 Two rules. First, only raise your hand once a class, 210 00:13:20,690 --> 00:13:22,757 no matter how many answers you know. 211 00:13:22,759 --> 00:13:25,693 Except for science. Crush that one. 212 00:13:25,695 --> 00:13:26,960 Check. 213 00:13:26,962 --> 00:13:30,598 Second, you're gonna feel like you're all alone, auggie. 214 00:13:30,600 --> 00:13:32,036 But you're not. 215 00:13:33,102 --> 00:13:34,669 Check. 216 00:13:34,671 --> 00:13:38,772 Should we lose this? Come on, costumes are for Halloween. 217 00:13:38,774 --> 00:13:41,211 Prepare for blastoff. 218 00:13:50,386 --> 00:13:51,651 I love you. 219 00:13:51,653 --> 00:13:52,655 Love you, too. 220 00:13:54,124 --> 00:13:55,189 Have fun. 221 00:13:55,191 --> 00:13:56,192 Bye. 222 00:13:59,696 --> 00:14:02,530 Have an excellent mission and godspeed. 223 00:14:02,532 --> 00:14:04,268 We are ready to proceed at this time. 224 00:14:05,201 --> 00:14:08,703 10. 9. 8. 7. 225 00:14:08,705 --> 00:14:11,372 Dear god, please, make them be nice to him. 226 00:14:11,374 --> 00:14:15,475 4. 3. 2. 1. 227 00:14:23,787 --> 00:14:26,153 My mom always said... 228 00:14:26,155 --> 00:14:28,355 "If you don't like where you are... 229 00:14:28,357 --> 00:14:30,526 "Just picture where you wanna be." 230 00:14:35,130 --> 00:14:38,065 Auggie! Auggie! Auggie! 231 00:14:38,067 --> 00:14:41,768 Auggie! Auggie! Auggie! Auggie! Auggie! 232 00:14:52,514 --> 00:14:54,283 I can't wait till Halloween. 233 00:15:15,270 --> 00:15:19,140 All right, let's settle down. Everybody settle down. 234 00:15:19,142 --> 00:15:20,544 Uh... saved. 235 00:15:21,845 --> 00:15:22,810 Sorry. 236 00:15:22,812 --> 00:15:25,682 Everybody find your seats? Yes? 237 00:15:28,150 --> 00:15:29,786 Finding our seats. Great. 238 00:15:34,791 --> 00:15:38,725 All right, now some of us are lucky enough to know each other. Yeah? 239 00:15:38,727 --> 00:15:41,695 And, and others are new. Hi there. 240 00:15:41,697 --> 00:15:47,071 Okay, my name is Mr. browne and you're late. 241 00:15:48,804 --> 00:15:51,472 Yeah. I'm so sorry. 242 00:15:51,474 --> 00:15:54,407 I was just helping set up chairs for the assembly. 243 00:15:54,409 --> 00:15:55,376 Don't worry about it. 244 00:15:55,378 --> 00:15:57,214 Can anybody tell me what this word means? 245 00:15:57,746 --> 00:15:59,313 Anybody? No? 246 00:15:59,315 --> 00:16:02,315 Precepts are rules for really important things. 247 00:16:02,317 --> 00:16:03,383 Like mottos. 248 00:16:03,385 --> 00:16:05,920 Like mottos. Or like famous quotes. 249 00:16:05,922 --> 00:16:09,857 Or like, um, lines from a fortune cookie. Right? 250 00:16:09,859 --> 00:16:12,627 Precepts can help motivate us. 251 00:16:12,629 --> 00:16:14,628 They can help guide us when we have to make decisions 252 00:16:14,630 --> 00:16:16,329 about really important things. Okay? 253 00:16:16,331 --> 00:16:17,765 "So why are you talkin' to me about precepts 254 00:16:17,767 --> 00:16:19,432 "this early in the morning, Mr. browne?" 255 00:16:19,434 --> 00:16:20,633 Well, let me tell you. 256 00:16:20,635 --> 00:16:24,238 Because precepts can also tell us a lot about ourselves. 257 00:16:24,240 --> 00:16:26,473 Who is it that I aspire to be? 258 00:16:26,475 --> 00:16:29,276 That is the question that we should be asking ourselves all the time. 259 00:16:29,278 --> 00:16:31,679 What kind of person am I? 260 00:16:31,681 --> 00:16:33,381 So this is what we're gonna do. 261 00:16:33,383 --> 00:16:35,882 Um, everyone's gonna come up with two things 262 00:16:35,884 --> 00:16:38,185 that they think everybody else should know about them. 263 00:16:38,187 --> 00:16:39,454 All right? I'll go first. 264 00:16:39,456 --> 00:16:43,357 Number one, I used to work on wall street. For a long time. 265 00:16:43,359 --> 00:16:48,432 And two, I left wall street to pursue my dream and teach. 266 00:16:48,932 --> 00:16:50,300 Boom, who's next? 267 00:16:51,234 --> 00:16:52,235 Yes. 268 00:16:53,269 --> 00:16:54,502 Julian albans. 269 00:16:54,504 --> 00:16:57,504 And I think it's cool how you're pursuing your dream. 270 00:16:57,506 --> 00:16:59,809 Thank you very much, Julian. Let's hear your two things. 271 00:17:00,677 --> 00:17:02,310 Okay. 272 00:17:02,312 --> 00:17:06,413 One, I just got battleground mystic on my Wii and it's totally awesome. 273 00:17:06,415 --> 00:17:09,685 And number 2, we got a ping pong table this summer. 274 00:17:10,686 --> 00:17:12,889 Amazing. Any questions for Julian? 275 00:17:13,388 --> 00:17:14,587 Yes? 276 00:17:14,589 --> 00:17:17,557 Is battleground mystic multiplayer or single player? 277 00:17:17,559 --> 00:17:19,392 Let's not those kinda questions. 278 00:17:19,394 --> 00:17:21,932 Okay, uh... 279 00:17:33,776 --> 00:17:35,008 Hi. 280 00:17:35,010 --> 00:17:38,011 My name's August Pullman. 281 00:17:38,013 --> 00:17:39,382 Auggie. 282 00:17:39,949 --> 00:17:41,250 And, um... 283 00:17:42,585 --> 00:17:45,956 I have a sister named via and a dog named Daisy. 284 00:17:46,689 --> 00:17:49,257 I love star wars. 285 00:17:49,259 --> 00:17:53,995 And I just said three things. Yeah. Sorry. 286 00:17:53,997 --> 00:17:56,330 That sounds like a bonus to me. Three things. 287 00:17:56,332 --> 00:17:58,966 Thank you very much, auggie, that was perfect. Who's next? 288 00:17:58,968 --> 00:18:02,969 Oh! I actually have a question for auggie. 289 00:18:02,971 --> 00:18:05,439 What's the deal with the braid in the back of your hair? 290 00:18:05,441 --> 00:18:07,440 Is it like a padawan thing? 291 00:18:07,442 --> 00:18:09,309 What's a padawan thing? 292 00:18:09,311 --> 00:18:12,848 Oh. It's from star wars. Padawan is a jedi apprentice. 293 00:18:13,982 --> 00:18:15,818 Who's your favorite character, auggie? 294 00:18:16,451 --> 00:18:17,884 Boba fett. 295 00:18:17,886 --> 00:18:19,956 What about darth Sidious? Do you like him? 296 00:18:25,327 --> 00:18:26,594 Ouch. 297 00:18:26,596 --> 00:18:30,463 Okay, can we talk about star wars at recess? Yes? 298 00:18:30,465 --> 00:18:33,366 All right. Who wants to read this month's precept? 299 00:18:33,368 --> 00:18:34,637 Me! Me! Me! 300 00:18:35,438 --> 00:18:38,572 Me! Me! Me! 301 00:18:38,574 --> 00:18:40,344 What about you? What's your name? 302 00:18:40,777 --> 00:18:43,076 Summer. 303 00:18:43,078 --> 00:18:44,548 Want to give it a shot? 304 00:18:46,582 --> 00:18:50,287 "When given the choice between being right or being kind, 305 00:18:51,820 --> 00:18:52,888 "choose kind." 306 00:19:32,595 --> 00:19:33,764 Hey, can I sit there? 307 00:19:34,063 --> 00:19:35,065 Sure! 308 00:19:36,566 --> 00:19:39,403 You eat like the sarlacc monster, my young padawan. 309 00:19:48,678 --> 00:19:52,482 Newton's first law of motion. 310 00:19:54,616 --> 00:19:59,388 An object in motion will stay in motion unless... 311 00:20:01,624 --> 00:20:03,794 It's okay, I didn't expect you to know that on the first day. 312 00:20:04,626 --> 00:20:09,700 Acted on by another force. 313 00:20:10,532 --> 00:20:11,998 Very good. 314 00:20:12,000 --> 00:20:14,434 Here's how it works. 315 00:20:14,436 --> 00:20:19,573 A moving object will only change its speed or direction 316 00:20:19,575 --> 00:20:22,645 if something else causes it to do that. 317 00:20:36,491 --> 00:20:38,558 Hey darth hideous, did you hear? 318 00:20:38,560 --> 00:20:40,995 Padawan braids were lame 15 years ago. 319 00:20:40,997 --> 00:20:42,863 Supposedly. With a "d." 320 00:20:42,865 --> 00:20:43,930 Dude! 321 00:20:43,932 --> 00:20:45,732 More like they were always lame. 322 00:20:45,734 --> 00:20:46,801 See you tomorrow. 323 00:20:46,803 --> 00:20:49,406 Later, barf hideous! 324 00:20:52,508 --> 00:20:53,574 Hey. 325 00:20:53,576 --> 00:20:54,577 Hey, mom. 326 00:21:04,787 --> 00:21:05,989 Auggie, you're supposed to knock. 327 00:21:07,222 --> 00:21:08,924 I'm serious this time. 328 00:21:14,130 --> 00:21:15,932 Wait, did someone make fun of it? 329 00:21:31,814 --> 00:21:33,550 I, for one, had a great day. 330 00:21:37,854 --> 00:21:41,555 Just trying to lighten the mood. 331 00:21:41,557 --> 00:21:45,124 Right, Daisy? Right. Good girl. 332 00:21:45,126 --> 00:21:49,796 Well I went to, um, kinko's today 333 00:21:49,798 --> 00:21:53,267 to see if they could get my thesis off this. 334 00:21:53,269 --> 00:21:56,903 You're gonna finish your dissertation? 335 00:21:56,905 --> 00:21:58,104 What is that? 336 00:21:58,106 --> 00:21:59,172 It's a floppy disk. 337 00:21:59,174 --> 00:22:00,240 A what? 338 00:22:00,242 --> 00:22:02,843 Come on! You, it, a floppy... 339 00:22:02,845 --> 00:22:06,180 These kids today. It's basically an iPhone. 340 00:22:06,182 --> 00:22:08,716 You know, it doesn't play music or, you can't call, but... 341 00:22:08,718 --> 00:22:10,551 They couldn't get the file. 342 00:22:10,553 --> 00:22:12,819 That's okay. You'll find a place. 343 00:22:12,821 --> 00:22:15,189 Well I think it's great, mom. 344 00:22:15,191 --> 00:22:16,927 Maybe. Thank you. 345 00:22:24,066 --> 00:22:25,802 So auggie... 346 00:22:26,301 --> 00:22:27,503 Yeah? 347 00:22:32,208 --> 00:22:33,210 Hi. 348 00:22:35,076 --> 00:22:36,680 How was your first day of school? 349 00:22:45,186 --> 00:22:48,057 Earth to auggie. We asked you a question. 350 00:22:49,157 --> 00:22:50,690 Come on, how was your day? 351 00:22:50,692 --> 00:22:51,694 Good. 352 00:22:52,795 --> 00:22:55,028 Good how? Good like it was good? 353 00:22:55,030 --> 00:22:57,163 Or good like it was bad and you just don't wanna tell us? 354 00:22:57,165 --> 00:22:58,899 It was good, okay? I just don't know 355 00:22:58,901 --> 00:23:00,633 what you want me to say? It was good! 356 00:23:00,635 --> 00:23:02,736 Okay, okay, hey! If you're mad at mom 357 00:23:02,738 --> 00:23:04,604 about going to school, it was my idea, too. 358 00:23:04,606 --> 00:23:06,942 Why can't I just say "good" like anybody else? 359 00:23:20,589 --> 00:23:22,826 Battin' a thousand today. 360 00:23:28,897 --> 00:23:30,733 Are they gonna ask about my day? 361 00:23:36,204 --> 00:23:38,574 That is not the way we leave the table. 362 00:23:39,976 --> 00:23:42,612 Hey, come on. Talk to me. 363 00:23:44,814 --> 00:23:45,916 Sit down. 364 00:23:54,390 --> 00:23:55,959 Take that off, please. 365 00:24:05,367 --> 00:24:06,799 I'm sorry. 366 00:24:06,801 --> 00:24:07,968 It's okay. 367 00:24:07,970 --> 00:24:10,004 It'll be okay. 368 00:24:10,006 --> 00:24:12,271 Why do I have to be so ugly? 369 00:24:12,273 --> 00:24:15,174 You are not ugly, auggie. 370 00:24:15,176 --> 00:24:18,112 You just have to say that because you're my mom. 371 00:24:18,114 --> 00:24:20,650 Oh, because I'm your mom, it doesn't count? 372 00:24:21,049 --> 00:24:22,449 Yeah. 373 00:24:22,451 --> 00:24:26,786 Because I'm your mom, it counts the most because I know you the most. 374 00:24:26,788 --> 00:24:32,258 You are not ugly and anyone who cares to know you will see that. 375 00:24:32,260 --> 00:24:34,196 They won't even talk to me. 376 00:24:35,931 --> 00:24:38,332 It matters that I look different. 377 00:24:38,334 --> 00:24:41,203 I try to pretend that it doesn't, but it does. 378 00:24:41,936 --> 00:24:43,005 I know. 379 00:24:46,008 --> 00:24:47,777 Is it always gonna matter? 380 00:24:50,179 --> 00:24:51,748 I don't know. 381 00:24:56,852 --> 00:24:59,055 Honey, listen... 382 00:25:03,058 --> 00:25:07,262 Look at me. We all have marks on our face. 383 00:25:08,730 --> 00:25:11,364 I have this wrinkle here from your first surgery. 384 00:25:11,366 --> 00:25:14,770 I have these wrinkles here from your last surgery. 385 00:25:16,337 --> 00:25:20,009 This is the map that shows us where we're going. 386 00:25:21,443 --> 00:25:25,845 And this is the map that shows us where we've been. 387 00:25:25,847 --> 00:25:29,952 And it's never ever ugly. 388 00:25:31,186 --> 00:25:33,222 But what about your gray hair? 389 00:25:38,760 --> 00:25:41,194 That's compliments of your dad, I think. 390 00:25:54,242 --> 00:25:56,375 And as though we summoned him. 391 00:25:56,377 --> 00:25:59,113 How was your day? 392 00:25:59,115 --> 00:26:03,653 My day is really good right now. 393 00:26:07,923 --> 00:26:15,194 So they went to Florida, where gollum was living in Miami. And... 394 00:26:15,196 --> 00:26:16,430 Oh, you know what it is? 395 00:26:16,432 --> 00:26:18,030 Daddy doesn't have his glasses on. 396 00:26:18,032 --> 00:26:19,866 You're making this up. 397 00:26:33,315 --> 00:26:35,051 August is the sun. 398 00:26:36,417 --> 00:26:40,821 My mom and dad and me are planets orbiting the sun. 399 00:26:40,823 --> 00:26:44,194 But I love my brother and I'm used to the way this universe works. 400 00:26:49,230 --> 00:26:54,066 My mom says that on my fourth birthday i wished for a little brother. 401 00:26:54,068 --> 00:27:00,143 And when he was born, it only took me a few seconds and I was all over him. 402 00:27:02,278 --> 00:27:03,512 Can you hear me? 403 00:27:04,579 --> 00:27:08,181 If they stare, let them stare. 404 00:27:08,183 --> 00:27:10,920 You can't blend in when you were born to stand out. 405 00:27:15,257 --> 00:27:18,859 I've never asked my mom for help with my homework. 406 00:27:18,861 --> 00:27:22,461 I never needed my dad to remind me to study for a test. 407 00:27:22,463 --> 00:27:26,266 I just did most of my studying in waiting rooms and hospitals. 408 00:27:26,268 --> 00:27:30,105 Mom and dad would always say I was the most understanding girl in the world. 409 00:27:31,606 --> 00:27:34,173 I don't know about that. 410 00:27:34,175 --> 00:27:38,144 I just knew my family couldn't take one more thing. 411 00:27:38,146 --> 00:27:42,181 I know my family loves me, but ever since my grandma died, 412 00:27:42,183 --> 00:27:45,053 my best friend Miranda is the only person who knows me. 413 00:27:47,155 --> 00:27:48,157 Miranda! 414 00:27:49,625 --> 00:27:52,228 Wow. Look at you. 415 00:27:52,862 --> 00:27:54,026 Hey, via. 416 00:27:54,028 --> 00:27:56,063 I've texted you, like, 1,000 times. 417 00:27:56,065 --> 00:27:57,400 When'd you get back from camp? 418 00:27:58,534 --> 00:27:59,936 Two weeks ago. 419 00:28:01,502 --> 00:28:02,568 Two weeks? 420 00:28:02,570 --> 00:28:06,239 Sorry, it's been crazy. You know? 421 00:28:06,241 --> 00:28:08,177 Yeah, no, that's okay. 422 00:28:10,112 --> 00:28:11,944 What'd you do to your hair? 423 00:28:11,946 --> 00:28:13,212 Do you like it? 424 00:28:13,214 --> 00:28:17,417 Yeah. Yeah. It looks wild. 425 00:28:17,419 --> 00:28:20,123 Just trying something different, you know. 426 00:28:21,190 --> 00:28:22,392 I'll catch you later. 427 00:28:25,461 --> 00:28:27,997 - Hey, Ella. - Hey. 428 00:28:56,291 --> 00:28:57,593 Thinking about signing up? 429 00:28:59,327 --> 00:29:01,228 - For what? - The drama club. 430 00:29:01,230 --> 00:29:04,398 They study theatre in the fall and do a play in the spring. 431 00:29:04,400 --> 00:29:06,033 Um... 432 00:29:06,035 --> 00:29:09,670 No, not really. I'm not a theatre nerd. 433 00:29:09,672 --> 00:29:12,942 Well, that's too bad. I am. 434 00:29:13,642 --> 00:29:15,077 I'm Justin by the way. 435 00:29:16,412 --> 00:29:19,412 Sorry, that was... That was rude. Um... 436 00:29:19,414 --> 00:29:21,584 I'm via. Olivia. 437 00:29:22,483 --> 00:29:24,186 First days suck, don't they? 438 00:29:26,955 --> 00:29:30,524 Yeah. Yeah, they do. 439 00:29:30,526 --> 00:29:33,693 My mom tried to walk me here from the subway. 440 00:29:33,695 --> 00:29:35,962 I literally had to ditch her at the traffic light. 441 00:29:35,964 --> 00:29:38,998 My mom still doesn't think i can use a metrocard. 442 00:29:39,000 --> 00:29:40,302 You an only child, too? 443 00:29:42,136 --> 00:29:43,970 Yeah. Yeah. 444 00:29:43,972 --> 00:29:46,506 They never listen. This one time I told my mom 445 00:29:46,508 --> 00:29:49,543 I wanted to take guitar lessons and play like Jimi Hendrix. 446 00:29:49,545 --> 00:29:50,580 What happened? 447 00:29:55,483 --> 00:29:58,184 Well it was nice to meet you, via. Olivia. 448 00:29:58,186 --> 00:30:01,287 Yeah. It was nice to meet you, too, Justin. 449 00:30:01,289 --> 00:30:03,323 Maybe, I'll see you around. 450 00:30:03,325 --> 00:30:04,961 Though not onstage, clearly. 451 00:30:27,082 --> 00:30:28,084 Come in. 452 00:30:30,152 --> 00:30:31,220 Good night, honey. 453 00:30:32,453 --> 00:30:33,754 Where's mom? 454 00:30:33,756 --> 00:30:35,521 She fell asleep. 455 00:30:35,523 --> 00:30:37,025 Oh. Okay. 456 00:30:38,693 --> 00:30:40,393 How's auggie? 457 00:30:41,663 --> 00:30:44,000 There's some bully, you know. 458 00:30:48,103 --> 00:30:49,404 How was your first day? 459 00:30:51,573 --> 00:30:53,573 It was... it was really good. 460 00:30:53,575 --> 00:30:54,740 It was good? 461 00:30:54,742 --> 00:30:56,176 Yeah. 462 00:30:56,178 --> 00:30:57,680 Say hi to Miranda for us. 463 00:30:59,147 --> 00:31:00,479 I will. 464 00:31:00,481 --> 00:31:01,547 Sweet dreams. 465 00:31:01,549 --> 00:31:02,551 Good night. 466 00:31:27,509 --> 00:31:30,844 My mom put her life on hold for my brother. 467 00:31:30,846 --> 00:31:35,248 She always wanted to be a children's book illustrator and teach art. 468 00:31:35,250 --> 00:31:40,152 She was one thesis shy of getting her master's when auggie was born. 469 00:31:40,154 --> 00:31:44,091 Then she stopped writing it. 470 00:31:44,093 --> 00:31:46,562 She stopped a lot of things when auggie was born. 471 00:31:48,596 --> 00:31:52,199 But she is still great at drawing. 472 00:31:52,201 --> 00:31:54,267 I don't know if she even realizes that 473 00:31:54,269 --> 00:31:57,640 she makes auggie the center of every universe she draws. 474 00:31:59,508 --> 00:32:03,145 Miranda used to joke that my house was like the earth. 475 00:32:04,546 --> 00:32:08,084 It revolved around the son. Not the daughter. 476 00:32:10,251 --> 00:32:13,288 That doesn't change the fact that my mother has a great eye. 477 00:32:17,259 --> 00:32:22,164 I just wish that one time, she would use it to look at me. 478 00:32:30,506 --> 00:32:32,442 Yeah, good job, good job. 479 00:32:40,414 --> 00:32:41,517 Miranda? 480 00:32:44,353 --> 00:32:46,756 Via? What are you doing here? 481 00:32:47,722 --> 00:32:50,222 Just trying something new. 482 00:32:50,224 --> 00:32:51,391 You? 483 00:32:51,393 --> 00:32:52,694 Uh, same. 484 00:32:54,429 --> 00:32:55,828 All right, everybody, let's go! 485 00:32:55,830 --> 00:32:56,796 Time for vocal warm up. 486 00:32:56,798 --> 00:32:58,864 Bring it in! Bring it in, people, let's go! 487 00:32:58,866 --> 00:33:01,834 Everybody, hands up! Reach high! And... 488 00:33:04,573 --> 00:33:06,640 Guys, can you please... 489 00:33:08,710 --> 00:33:13,813 Okay. You... you guys, skooch. Sit. Just be closer. 490 00:33:13,815 --> 00:33:15,414 Ladies and gentlemen. 491 00:33:15,416 --> 00:33:17,517 Stay. Stay, good. 492 00:33:17,519 --> 00:33:21,457 Hey, hey. What's your name? 493 00:33:21,890 --> 00:33:23,523 Auggie. 494 00:33:23,525 --> 00:33:24,560 Nice boots. 495 00:33:26,595 --> 00:33:29,895 Great. Thanks. 496 00:33:29,897 --> 00:33:35,768 Okay, everybody, here we go. We're skooching and say "cheese." 497 00:33:35,770 --> 00:33:39,773 Cheese! 498 00:33:39,775 --> 00:33:43,610 School became... Well, I got used to it. 499 00:33:43,612 --> 00:33:45,478 Except for dodgeball. 500 00:33:45,480 --> 00:33:49,516 What evil man invented dodgeball? 501 00:33:49,518 --> 00:33:54,220 But my least favorite zone at school is courtyard. 502 00:33:54,222 --> 00:33:57,489 Because the whole school's there. 503 00:33:57,491 --> 00:34:01,428 No one does anything mean. Or says anything. Or laughs. 504 00:34:01,430 --> 00:34:05,565 They all just look, then look away, then look back. 505 00:34:05,567 --> 00:34:07,400 They're just being normal kids. 506 00:34:07,402 --> 00:34:11,972 I kinda wanna tell them, "hey, i know I look weird, but it's okay." 507 00:34:11,974 --> 00:34:15,675 I mean, if Chewbacca started going to school here one day, 508 00:34:15,677 --> 00:34:17,811 I'd probably stare at him a bit, too. 509 00:34:28,990 --> 00:34:31,523 I'm sorry if my staring made you feel weird. 510 00:34:38,367 --> 00:34:41,900 In order for any of us to see, we need light. 511 00:34:41,902 --> 00:34:47,673 So right now light is bouncing off this card traveling through the air, 512 00:34:47,675 --> 00:34:49,775 through the glass, to your eye. 513 00:34:49,777 --> 00:34:52,247 But what if we added water? 514 00:34:57,885 --> 00:35:00,987 Whoa! 515 00:35:00,989 --> 00:35:02,521 Whoa, indeed. 516 00:35:02,523 --> 00:35:08,961 Any time light passes from one material or medium to another, it bends. 517 00:35:08,963 --> 00:35:11,733 This bending of light is also known as... 518 00:35:14,936 --> 00:35:16,469 Refraction. 519 00:35:16,471 --> 00:35:17,539 Very good, auggie. 520 00:35:19,007 --> 00:35:20,507 Jack, you okay? 521 00:35:20,509 --> 00:35:22,342 Yeah, yeah, refraction. 522 00:35:22,344 --> 00:35:25,845 Good. Clear your desks. Pop quiz. 523 00:36:03,518 --> 00:36:04,720 Hurry. 524 00:36:37,853 --> 00:36:39,922 Hey, Jack, come sit here. 525 00:36:44,525 --> 00:36:45,694 In a sec. 526 00:36:48,429 --> 00:36:49,698 Where's he goin'? 527 00:36:51,099 --> 00:36:52,164 Hey. 528 00:36:52,166 --> 00:36:53,967 Thanks for your help today. 529 00:36:53,969 --> 00:36:55,469 No problem. 530 00:36:55,471 --> 00:36:59,938 And don't worry, I got a couple wrong so Ms. petosa wouldn't know. 531 00:36:59,940 --> 00:37:03,044 I'm not worried. The worst they can do is kick me out. 532 00:37:04,679 --> 00:37:06,813 Not loving school either, huh? 533 00:37:06,815 --> 00:37:08,148 Oh, it's great. 534 00:37:08,150 --> 00:37:11,083 I wanted to go to Wayne middle. 535 00:37:11,085 --> 00:37:12,918 The one with the great sports teams. 536 00:37:12,920 --> 00:37:14,456 Then why'd you come here? 537 00:37:15,489 --> 00:37:16,791 They gave me the scholarship. 538 00:37:20,862 --> 00:37:23,563 Well, if you need help in science, 539 00:37:23,565 --> 00:37:26,166 you can come to my house after school. 540 00:37:26,168 --> 00:37:28,802 You know, if you want. 541 00:37:28,804 --> 00:37:30,572 Great. Thanks! 542 00:37:33,574 --> 00:37:35,474 What's wrong? 543 00:37:35,476 --> 00:37:37,911 I just don't like eating in front of people. 544 00:37:37,913 --> 00:37:39,512 What do you mean? 545 00:37:39,514 --> 00:37:41,680 It's a long story, but when I eat, 546 00:37:41,682 --> 00:37:44,918 I think I chew like some prehistoric swamp turtle. 547 00:37:44,920 --> 00:37:46,956 No joke? Me too! 548 00:37:49,891 --> 00:37:51,724 Now there's tuna on your face. 549 00:37:51,726 --> 00:37:53,760 Yeah! Tuna, man! 550 00:37:53,762 --> 00:37:56,463 No, no, no, let me show you how it's done. 551 00:38:01,469 --> 00:38:03,471 Dude, that's even more gross. 552 00:38:18,119 --> 00:38:20,153 I'm going as boba fett this year. 553 00:38:20,155 --> 00:38:23,722 I like Halloween, but Christmas is still the best holiday. 554 00:38:23,724 --> 00:38:25,891 No way. Halloween is the best. 555 00:38:25,893 --> 00:38:28,994 A pillowcase of candy versus two weeks off school. 556 00:38:28,996 --> 00:38:30,031 You're nuts. 557 00:38:30,831 --> 00:38:32,664 You see? 558 00:38:32,666 --> 00:38:35,034 Even your dog agrees. 559 00:38:35,036 --> 00:38:37,206 Hey, mom, is it okay if Jack comes over? 560 00:38:39,940 --> 00:38:41,074 Yes! 561 00:38:41,076 --> 00:38:42,809 Thanks, Mrs. p. 562 00:38:42,811 --> 00:38:45,110 I mean, you get snow on Christmas. 563 00:38:45,112 --> 00:38:47,514 But you can get snow on Halloween. 564 00:38:47,516 --> 00:38:49,615 - How? - If you live in Alaska 565 00:38:49,617 --> 00:38:50,983 or there's a blizzard. 566 00:38:50,985 --> 00:38:52,855 I've got to be cool. 567 00:39:08,969 --> 00:39:11,637 You ever thought about having plastic surgery? 568 00:39:11,639 --> 00:39:14,509 No, I've never thought about it. Why? 569 00:39:16,311 --> 00:39:19,144 Dude, this is after plastic surgery! 570 00:39:19,146 --> 00:39:22,180 It takes a lotta work to look this good. 571 00:39:22,182 --> 00:39:24,650 Oh my god! Oh my god. 572 00:39:24,652 --> 00:39:28,121 1, 2, 3, 4, i declare a thumb war. 573 00:39:28,123 --> 00:39:30,693 Bow, kiss, begin. 574 00:39:50,277 --> 00:39:51,279 Nate. 575 00:39:53,681 --> 00:39:54,716 Fire. 576 00:40:04,159 --> 00:40:07,693 Okay, everybody, if you can't see the camera, the camera can't see you. 577 00:40:07,695 --> 00:40:09,963 Now let's improv like we know what we're doing. 578 00:40:09,965 --> 00:40:12,331 Okay, everybody say, "Stella!" 579 00:40:12,333 --> 00:40:14,002 Stella! 580 00:40:23,612 --> 00:40:25,378 So I can't figure you out. 581 00:40:25,380 --> 00:40:26,582 What? 582 00:40:27,282 --> 00:40:29,983 Um, I can't figure you out. 583 00:40:29,985 --> 00:40:31,150 Oh? 584 00:40:31,152 --> 00:40:34,753 Most theatre people won't stop talking about themselves. 585 00:40:34,755 --> 00:40:36,090 But you don't talk. 586 00:40:37,257 --> 00:40:38,726 I... I listen. 587 00:40:39,693 --> 00:40:40,728 Me, too. 588 00:40:41,161 --> 00:40:42,662 I know. 589 00:40:42,664 --> 00:40:46,231 Oh. So you do pay attention. 590 00:40:46,233 --> 00:40:48,635 Okay, that's a start. Uh... 591 00:40:48,637 --> 00:40:51,269 I'm a good listener so tell me something. 592 00:40:51,271 --> 00:40:53,271 Who are you gonna audition for? 593 00:40:53,273 --> 00:40:56,943 Um, I'm not really the our town type. 594 00:40:56,945 --> 00:41:00,313 Oh come on. Don't be the "run lights girl." 595 00:41:00,315 --> 00:41:01,684 Should be Emily. 596 00:41:02,349 --> 00:41:03,416 The lead? 597 00:41:03,418 --> 00:41:05,921 Look, your family can't cheer for you in a booth. 598 00:41:06,721 --> 00:41:08,186 Oh, they're pretty busy. 599 00:41:08,188 --> 00:41:10,322 I don't think they would cheer for me anyway. 600 00:41:10,324 --> 00:41:12,224 Come on, there's not one person 601 00:41:12,226 --> 00:41:14,163 in your family who would applaud you? 602 00:41:15,829 --> 00:41:17,098 My grandmother. 603 00:41:17,965 --> 00:41:19,634 There you go. Bring her. 604 00:41:21,001 --> 00:41:22,070 I can't. 605 00:41:25,139 --> 00:41:27,643 Well, then I'll applaud you. 606 00:41:29,210 --> 00:41:32,077 Why are you being so nice to me? 607 00:41:32,079 --> 00:41:35,750 Because you're an only child. We have to stick together. 608 00:41:38,286 --> 00:41:39,822 Think about it. Okay? 609 00:41:43,458 --> 00:41:46,028 And your grandmother's still cheerin' you on. 610 00:41:55,369 --> 00:41:56,904 I know you. 611 00:41:58,273 --> 00:42:02,711 And I love you more than anything in the world. 612 00:42:04,713 --> 00:42:07,280 What about auggie? 613 00:42:07,282 --> 00:42:08,951 I love your brother. 614 00:42:10,150 --> 00:42:14,222 But he has a lot of angels looking out for him. 615 00:42:15,889 --> 00:42:17,659 And you have me. 616 00:42:20,762 --> 00:42:21,930 Yeah. 617 00:42:24,398 --> 00:42:26,134 You are everywhere. 618 00:42:27,735 --> 00:42:28,737 And... 619 00:42:31,005 --> 00:42:32,340 ...you are my favorite. 620 00:42:34,309 --> 00:42:36,278 You're my favorite, too, grams. 621 00:43:02,836 --> 00:43:05,204 Mom, Daisy ruined my boba fett costume! 622 00:43:05,206 --> 00:43:08,407 What? Where have you been? It's very late. 623 00:43:08,409 --> 00:43:10,175 - I'm sorry. - She threw up all over it. 624 00:43:10,177 --> 00:43:11,376 Okay, well, you'll just have to wear 625 00:43:11,378 --> 00:43:13,780 - your costume from last year. - But I told Jack 626 00:43:13,782 --> 00:43:16,014 I was going as boba fett, not ghostface. 627 00:43:16,016 --> 00:43:19,217 Well, tomorrow is Halloween. And all the shops are closed. 628 00:43:19,219 --> 00:43:21,387 And my artistic hands are busy making meatloaf. 629 00:43:21,389 --> 00:43:22,921 So you do the math. 630 00:43:22,923 --> 00:43:23,925 Fine! 631 00:43:26,795 --> 00:43:27,959 Do you need some help, mom? 632 00:43:27,961 --> 00:43:29,228 What? 633 00:43:29,230 --> 00:43:30,396 Some help. 634 00:43:30,398 --> 00:43:33,499 Oh, uh, yes, thank you. 635 00:43:33,501 --> 00:43:35,269 Er, mince that Rosemary, please. 636 00:43:38,907 --> 00:43:40,375 Where did you say you were? 637 00:43:42,210 --> 00:43:46,181 I, uh... I went to coney island. 638 00:43:56,090 --> 00:43:59,124 How about you stay home from school tomorrow? Hmm? 639 00:43:59,126 --> 00:44:02,061 It's Halloween. We can make it a 3-day weekend. 640 00:44:02,063 --> 00:44:03,432 Spend some time together. 641 00:44:04,532 --> 00:44:06,367 Yeah. Yeah, that would be really nice. 642 00:44:07,902 --> 00:44:08,903 Yeah? 643 00:44:10,070 --> 00:44:11,072 Okay, good. 644 00:44:13,041 --> 00:44:14,941 Peppers? I don't want peppers. 645 00:44:14,943 --> 00:44:16,979 Peppers give daddy gas. 646 00:44:20,148 --> 00:44:23,418 I don't care what Jack will says about Christmas. 647 00:44:24,885 --> 00:44:26,221 Hey, auggie! 648 00:44:28,289 --> 00:44:32,895 For me, Halloween is the best holiday in the world. 649 00:44:34,295 --> 00:44:37,162 It's so awesome, when I'm wearing the costume! 650 00:44:37,164 --> 00:44:40,398 I usually walk with my head down to avoid being seen. 651 00:44:40,400 --> 00:44:44,338 But on Halloween, i walk with my head up high. 652 00:44:51,012 --> 00:44:53,112 I don't even know who that was. 653 00:44:53,114 --> 00:44:55,914 He didn't even know who I was. It's so cool. 654 00:44:55,916 --> 00:44:58,217 Especially because people don't like to touch me 655 00:44:58,219 --> 00:45:00,653 because they think I'm contagious. 656 00:45:00,655 --> 00:45:04,993 Oh, yeah, Chewie! Up high! Boom goes the dynamite! 657 00:45:12,065 --> 00:45:14,400 It really does look like him. 658 00:45:14,402 --> 00:45:16,068 - This part right? - Yeah. 659 00:45:16,070 --> 00:45:19,572 I mean, he's always reminded me of, like, the shrunken head, you know? 660 00:45:19,574 --> 00:45:21,173 - Or an orc. - Yeah. 661 00:45:21,175 --> 00:45:22,575 If I looked like him, I'd swear 662 00:45:22,577 --> 00:45:23,742 I'd put a hood over my face every day. 663 00:45:23,744 --> 00:45:27,313 If I looked like him, i think I'd kill myself. 664 00:45:27,315 --> 00:45:29,014 Why do you hang out with him so much, Jack? 665 00:45:29,016 --> 00:45:30,148 Yeah. 666 00:45:30,150 --> 00:45:31,152 I dunno. 667 00:45:32,452 --> 00:45:34,487 Tushman asked me to be his welcome buddy 668 00:45:34,489 --> 00:45:37,490 and now he just follows me around everywhere. 669 00:45:37,492 --> 00:45:40,059 Well, that must stink! That must stink. 670 00:45:41,362 --> 00:45:43,128 Oh, yeah. Just like him. 671 00:45:57,277 --> 00:45:59,247 Nobody puts baby in the corner. 672 00:46:03,351 --> 00:46:07,552 Always blows my mind how much daddy looks like Patrick Swayze in this movie. 673 00:46:07,554 --> 00:46:10,088 Ew! 674 00:46:10,090 --> 00:46:11,525 Ew, no! 675 00:46:13,695 --> 00:46:15,664 Honey, tell me what's going on with Miranda? 676 00:46:17,532 --> 00:46:20,469 It's not just the pink hair. 677 00:46:21,135 --> 00:46:23,235 She's just... 678 00:46:23,237 --> 00:46:25,072 She won't even talk to me. 679 00:46:26,407 --> 00:46:28,273 I had a friend in high school. 680 00:46:28,275 --> 00:46:30,342 We went through this exact same thing. 681 00:46:30,344 --> 00:46:33,278 And what I did, which fixed it almost immediately... 682 00:46:33,280 --> 00:46:34,514 Yeah? 683 00:46:34,516 --> 00:46:40,489 Was, um, to eat an entire Jack-o'-lantern bucket of candy. 684 00:46:46,159 --> 00:46:47,695 Mmm. Hello. 685 00:46:48,628 --> 00:46:50,197 Yes, Mr. tushman. 686 00:46:51,733 --> 00:46:53,432 He's nauseous? 687 00:46:53,434 --> 00:46:54,937 Does he have a fever? 688 00:46:55,737 --> 00:46:57,269 What did the nurse say? 689 00:46:57,271 --> 00:46:58,369 I'm so sorry. 690 00:46:58,371 --> 00:47:02,273 All right. Okay. Thank you. I will be right there. 691 00:47:02,275 --> 00:47:05,079 Honey, I have to go, your brother just threw up at school. 692 00:47:25,733 --> 00:47:28,099 Nate, do you know where his helmet is? 693 00:47:28,101 --> 00:47:30,735 He's asking for it and I've looked everywhere. 694 00:47:30,737 --> 00:47:32,371 I don't know. Something at school. 695 00:47:32,373 --> 00:47:33,738 He won't say. He won't come out of his room. 696 00:47:33,740 --> 00:47:36,478 And now he says he doesn't even wanna go trick-or-treating. 697 00:47:37,612 --> 00:47:40,514 I know. Okay. Thank you. Just get here. 698 00:47:56,230 --> 00:47:57,762 Come on, get ready. 699 00:47:57,764 --> 00:47:59,764 It's almost time for the Halloween parade. 700 00:47:59,766 --> 00:48:01,168 You're supposed to knock! 701 00:48:02,737 --> 00:48:05,206 Go away! 702 00:48:07,641 --> 00:48:10,742 Mom says you won't say what happened. 703 00:48:10,744 --> 00:48:13,311 Did someone say something? 704 00:48:13,313 --> 00:48:15,481 Someone always says something! 705 00:48:15,483 --> 00:48:16,715 Well tell me what happened. 706 00:48:16,717 --> 00:48:18,416 It's none of your business! 707 00:48:18,418 --> 00:48:21,589 You took my day with mom, so it is my business. 708 00:48:23,324 --> 00:48:26,758 I heard Jack will talking about me behind my back. 709 00:48:26,760 --> 00:48:29,561 He said he'd kill himself if he looked like me. 710 00:48:29,563 --> 00:48:33,398 Jack will? Isn't he the nice one? 711 00:48:33,400 --> 00:48:35,633 There are no nice ones! 712 00:48:35,635 --> 00:48:38,304 I wish I'd never gone to school in the first place! 713 00:48:38,306 --> 00:48:40,673 But you were liking school. I know you were. 714 00:48:40,675 --> 00:48:42,711 I hate it, okay? I hate it. 715 00:48:46,646 --> 00:48:51,182 Auggie, I'm sorry, but you're not the only one who has bad days. 716 00:48:51,184 --> 00:48:55,387 Bad days? Do people avoid touching you? 717 00:48:55,389 --> 00:48:58,693 When a person accidentally touches you, do they call it "the plague"? 718 00:48:59,494 --> 00:49:00,659 No. 719 00:49:00,661 --> 00:49:01,927 Jack will was all I had. 720 00:49:01,929 --> 00:49:05,664 So just don't compare your bad days at school to mine, okay? 721 00:49:05,666 --> 00:49:06,701 Okay. 722 00:49:12,773 --> 00:49:14,039 Hey. 723 00:49:14,041 --> 00:49:17,175 Did you notice that Miranda doesn't come around any more? 724 00:49:17,177 --> 00:49:18,376 What? 725 00:49:18,378 --> 00:49:20,714 You didn't. Shocker. 726 00:49:22,250 --> 00:49:24,617 Yeah she went away to camp this summer 727 00:49:24,619 --> 00:49:26,719 and now she doesn't like me anymore. 728 00:49:26,721 --> 00:49:27,722 Why? 729 00:49:28,722 --> 00:49:31,293 Because school sucks. 730 00:49:32,226 --> 00:49:34,325 And people change. 731 00:49:34,327 --> 00:49:37,865 So if you wanna be a normal kid, auggie, then those are the rules. 732 00:49:39,199 --> 00:49:42,403 So let's go trick-or-treating. 733 00:49:43,170 --> 00:49:45,204 Okay? 734 00:49:45,206 --> 00:49:49,177 Because right now we're each other's best friends. 735 00:49:52,612 --> 00:49:53,681 Really? 736 00:49:54,248 --> 00:49:55,250 Yes. 737 00:49:55,715 --> 00:49:58,487 So come on. 738 00:49:59,954 --> 00:50:02,289 I'll let you have all my Halloween candy. 739 00:50:06,860 --> 00:50:08,293 I'll trade you my apples. 740 00:50:08,295 --> 00:50:09,728 Okay, no. 741 00:50:09,730 --> 00:50:11,664 I know that I said that you could have all my candy, 742 00:50:11,666 --> 00:50:14,266 but I was really just saying that to get you out of the house. 743 00:50:14,268 --> 00:50:15,367 What about the chocolate? 744 00:50:15,369 --> 00:50:16,735 - No. - And the smarties? 745 00:50:16,737 --> 00:50:19,237 Gummis, licorice, the Reese's, the Hersheys. 746 00:50:19,239 --> 00:50:20,773 - No! - And everything else. 747 00:50:20,775 --> 00:50:23,278 All right, I'll let you have all my candy. 748 00:50:28,548 --> 00:50:30,382 Okay, via. 749 00:50:30,384 --> 00:50:33,219 You are next please. Let's hear it for via. 750 00:50:58,878 --> 00:51:00,214 Daisy, 751 00:51:01,748 --> 00:51:04,852 do you wanna help me take back my corner office? 752 00:51:14,728 --> 00:51:17,264 Hey, auggie! You feeling better? 753 00:51:20,434 --> 00:51:22,938 Are you okay, auggie? 754 00:51:24,304 --> 00:51:25,737 Yeah. 755 00:51:25,739 --> 00:51:28,340 Sure? 'Cause you're acting really weird. 756 00:51:28,342 --> 00:51:29,744 I'm okay, Jack, okay? 757 00:51:33,047 --> 00:51:34,349 Okay. 758 00:51:45,925 --> 00:51:47,760 They want me to do what? 759 00:51:47,762 --> 00:51:50,295 Give a tour through the school. 760 00:51:50,297 --> 00:51:52,530 But mom, it's summer vacation. 761 00:51:52,532 --> 00:51:53,932 I know. 762 00:51:53,934 --> 00:51:56,834 But your teachers told Mr. tushman you're known as a good egg. 763 00:51:56,836 --> 00:51:59,737 - No, I'm a bad egg. - You're a good egg. 764 00:51:59,739 --> 00:52:02,974 And I'm actually really proud they thought of you for this. 765 00:52:02,976 --> 00:52:05,344 Mom, enough with the guilt. 766 00:52:05,346 --> 00:52:07,014 And you know they gave you a scholarship, right? 767 00:52:07,581 --> 00:52:08,849 Mom... 768 00:52:12,085 --> 00:52:13,985 Who else is doing it? 769 00:52:13,987 --> 00:52:16,454 Uh, Charlotte and Julian. 770 00:52:16,456 --> 00:52:18,090 - No. - Why, what's wrong? 771 00:52:18,092 --> 00:52:21,526 Charlotte will just talk about Broadway the whole time. 772 00:52:21,528 --> 00:52:24,429 And Julian is the biggest phony on the planet. 773 00:52:24,431 --> 00:52:26,467 So I'm sorry, but no. 774 00:52:32,440 --> 00:52:34,072 Jack, it's for that boy. 775 00:52:34,074 --> 00:52:35,541 Who? 776 00:52:35,543 --> 00:52:37,778 The one from the ice cream shop. 777 00:52:39,813 --> 00:52:40,914 Oh. 778 00:52:41,481 --> 00:52:42,782 Yeah. 779 00:52:42,784 --> 00:52:46,918 So if a nice kid like your little brother cries when he sees him, 780 00:52:46,920 --> 00:52:49,523 what kind of a chance do you think he has in middle school? 781 00:52:55,061 --> 00:52:56,463 Okay. 782 00:52:57,797 --> 00:52:59,000 Thank you, kiddo. 783 00:53:05,505 --> 00:53:08,106 Four things I've learned about auggie Pullman. 784 00:53:08,108 --> 00:53:12,043 First of all, you do get used to his face. 785 00:53:12,045 --> 00:53:14,112 Now, it's not like regular ice. 786 00:53:14,114 --> 00:53:16,414 You can't touch it with your hands, okay? 787 00:53:16,416 --> 00:53:19,851 Second, he's really smart. 788 00:53:19,853 --> 00:53:22,787 He's ahead of me in everything. 789 00:53:22,789 --> 00:53:25,657 In science, he's ahead of the whole school. 790 00:53:25,659 --> 00:53:27,061 Everybody watching? 791 00:53:27,862 --> 00:53:29,795 Whoo! 792 00:53:29,797 --> 00:53:33,501 Third of all, he's actually pretty funny. 793 00:53:34,601 --> 00:53:37,436 But fourthly, now that I know him, 794 00:53:37,438 --> 00:53:40,671 I would say I actually do wanna be friends with auggie. 795 00:53:40,673 --> 00:53:42,874 At first, I admit it, 796 00:53:42,876 --> 00:53:45,880 I was only friendly to him because my mom asked me to be nice. 797 00:53:47,914 --> 00:53:51,717 But now I would choose to hang out with him. 798 00:53:51,719 --> 00:53:53,985 Like, he's a good friend. 799 00:53:53,987 --> 00:53:57,423 Like if all the guys in fifth grade were lined up against a wall 800 00:53:57,425 --> 00:54:01,896 and I could choose anyone I wanted to hang out with, I would choose auggie. 801 00:54:04,764 --> 00:54:06,532 Hey, what's wrong? 802 00:54:06,534 --> 00:54:08,099 Go away. 803 00:54:08,101 --> 00:54:10,735 Oh, hey, Jack, come sit with us. 804 00:54:10,737 --> 00:54:11,839 Yeah, come on, man. 805 00:54:16,443 --> 00:54:18,010 I wonder what happened. 806 00:54:18,012 --> 00:54:19,177 Maybe Jack touched auggie 807 00:54:19,179 --> 00:54:20,612 and couldn't wash his hands in time. 808 00:54:20,614 --> 00:54:22,046 Jack finally got "the plague." 809 00:54:22,048 --> 00:54:24,182 That's not very nice. 810 00:54:24,184 --> 00:54:26,217 What? We didn't start it. 811 00:54:26,219 --> 00:54:27,654 Where you going? 812 00:54:34,994 --> 00:54:37,463 Hi. I'm summer. 813 00:54:37,465 --> 00:54:40,199 I know. We're in the same homeroom. 814 00:54:40,201 --> 00:54:42,467 You don't have to do this. 815 00:54:42,469 --> 00:54:44,135 Do what? 816 00:54:44,137 --> 00:54:46,137 You don't have to be my friend. 817 00:54:46,139 --> 00:54:48,005 I know tushman talked to you. 818 00:54:48,007 --> 00:54:50,008 I don't know what you're talking about, auggie. 819 00:54:50,010 --> 00:54:53,144 I know tushman talked to some kids before school started 820 00:54:53,146 --> 00:54:55,213 and told them they had to be friends with me. 821 00:54:55,215 --> 00:54:56,882 He didn't talk to me. 822 00:54:56,884 --> 00:54:58,217 Yeah, he did. 823 00:54:58,219 --> 00:54:59,584 No, he did not. 824 00:54:59,586 --> 00:55:00,751 Yeah, he did. 825 00:55:00,753 --> 00:55:02,554 No, he didn't, i swear on my life! 826 00:55:02,556 --> 00:55:05,891 Okay, okay. You don't have to get mad. 827 00:55:05,893 --> 00:55:08,659 I don't like being accused of things, okay? 828 00:55:08,661 --> 00:55:10,061 Okay. I'm sorry. 829 00:55:10,063 --> 00:55:11,432 You should be. 830 00:55:13,634 --> 00:55:15,867 - He really didn't talk to you? - Auggie! 831 00:55:15,869 --> 00:55:18,539 Okay, I just... Why are you sitting here then? 832 00:55:20,708 --> 00:55:22,811 Because I want some nice friends for a change. 833 00:55:23,677 --> 00:55:25,010 Me, too. 834 00:55:25,012 --> 00:55:26,481 Cool beans. 835 00:55:27,780 --> 00:55:29,483 But you'll get "the plague." 836 00:55:29,916 --> 00:55:31,018 Good. 837 00:55:34,722 --> 00:55:35,924 Summer has "the plague." 838 00:55:36,623 --> 00:55:37,658 Shut up! 839 00:55:40,927 --> 00:55:42,763 So what happened with Jack will? 840 00:55:43,864 --> 00:55:44,999 Promise you won't tell? 841 00:55:49,670 --> 00:55:50,903 I got it! I got the part! 842 00:55:50,905 --> 00:55:52,907 - Congratulations. - Thank you. 843 00:55:55,876 --> 00:55:59,644 She got it! She got the part! Oh, my god! Bet she got Emily. 844 00:55:59,646 --> 00:56:01,546 Yep. 845 00:56:01,548 --> 00:56:02,550 What'd you get? 846 00:56:03,684 --> 00:56:06,584 Emily's understudy. 847 00:56:06,586 --> 00:56:10,856 I'm not saying poison or anything, but just a little Benadryl 848 00:56:10,858 --> 00:56:12,324 to knock Miranda out before the show. 849 00:56:12,326 --> 00:56:14,559 Okay, enough. 850 00:56:14,561 --> 00:56:18,930 Look, just learn her lines and it'll give us an excuse to hang out more. 851 00:56:18,932 --> 00:56:22,503 We can start rehearsing the kissing scene on page 110. 852 00:56:23,603 --> 00:56:26,039 Wait. George and Emily? 853 00:56:30,744 --> 00:56:32,747 There is no page 110. 854 00:56:34,782 --> 00:56:39,584 So I'm thinking, I really wanna kiss you right now. 855 00:56:39,586 --> 00:56:41,623 But I don't know how you'll respond. 856 00:56:59,172 --> 00:57:00,207 What's wrong? 857 00:57:04,777 --> 00:57:06,313 I'm not an only child. 858 00:57:10,884 --> 00:57:11,983 Mom? 859 00:57:11,985 --> 00:57:14,688 One sec, via. Auggie, let's go! 860 00:57:18,257 --> 00:57:20,627 I thought you were at the library. 861 00:57:21,161 --> 00:57:22,827 Er, um... 862 00:57:22,829 --> 00:57:24,264 Yeah, change of plans. 863 00:57:26,065 --> 00:57:27,365 Hi, I'm Justin. 864 00:57:27,367 --> 00:57:28,702 I'm Isabel. 865 00:57:30,704 --> 00:57:33,708 Daisy threw up again. Bucket loads. 866 00:57:35,108 --> 00:57:36,577 Bucket loads. 867 00:57:38,978 --> 00:57:41,782 Um, Justin, this is my little brother auggie. 868 00:57:43,117 --> 00:57:45,784 - Hey, dude! - Hey. 869 00:57:45,786 --> 00:57:48,956 What's that in your case? A machine gun? 870 00:57:51,057 --> 00:57:54,191 Er, no. It's a fiddle. 871 00:57:54,193 --> 00:57:55,994 You should tell people it's a machine gun. 872 00:57:55,996 --> 00:57:57,865 That's way cooler. 873 00:57:58,831 --> 00:57:59,998 You know what? 874 00:58:00,000 --> 00:58:01,999 That's a great idea, you're right. 875 00:58:02,001 --> 00:58:03,434 We're on our way to the grocery. 876 00:58:03,436 --> 00:58:04,836 Mom's making... What's it called? 877 00:58:04,838 --> 00:58:05,903 Feijoada. 878 00:58:05,905 --> 00:58:07,171 Feij... mom's making feijoada. 879 00:58:07,173 --> 00:58:08,173 It's dad's favorite. 880 00:58:08,175 --> 00:58:10,307 You're welcome to stay if you want, Justin. 881 00:58:10,309 --> 00:58:12,677 Oh, thank you very much. It was nice meeting you. 882 00:58:12,679 --> 00:58:13,847 Nice to meet you, too. 883 00:58:18,284 --> 00:58:20,117 Psst. Oy! 884 00:58:20,119 --> 00:58:21,286 Bye, auggie. 885 00:58:21,288 --> 00:58:22,923 Nothing to see here. 886 00:58:29,429 --> 00:58:32,296 It's a gene. Well, it's sort of two genes, 887 00:58:32,298 --> 00:58:33,898 but two genes that are identical. 888 00:58:33,900 --> 00:58:35,900 And the trouble is that both of my parents 889 00:58:35,902 --> 00:58:38,704 carry the gene at the same time, which is... 890 00:58:38,706 --> 00:58:41,706 Well essentially, he won the lottery. 891 00:58:41,708 --> 00:58:43,407 Backwards or something. 892 00:58:43,409 --> 00:58:48,682 And in another world, I'd look like him. 893 00:58:53,253 --> 00:58:56,391 I'm sorry for telling you that I was an only child. 894 00:58:57,858 --> 00:59:00,728 Sometimes it's nice to hide a little. 895 00:59:01,894 --> 00:59:04,032 I get it. It's okay. 896 00:59:38,297 --> 00:59:39,164 Hello? 897 00:59:39,166 --> 00:59:41,266 Major tom, is that you? 898 00:59:41,268 --> 00:59:42,434 Miranda! 899 00:59:42,436 --> 00:59:44,838 It's so great to hear your voice again. 900 00:59:45,505 --> 00:59:47,472 Sorry, via's not here. 901 00:59:47,474 --> 00:59:50,342 I was actually calling to say hello to you. 902 00:59:50,344 --> 00:59:51,476 How have you been? 903 00:59:51,478 --> 00:59:54,311 Good. Did you know I'm going to a regular school now? 904 00:59:54,313 --> 00:59:55,947 No way. 905 00:59:55,949 --> 00:59:57,349 Do you like it? 906 00:59:57,351 --> 00:59:59,083 Yeah, I guess. 907 00:59:59,085 --> 01:00:01,121 It's not as hard as mom's home school. 908 01:00:01,855 --> 01:00:03,057 Yeah, I'll bet. 909 01:00:04,458 --> 01:00:06,291 How are the kids? Are they nice? 910 01:00:06,293 --> 01:00:09,094 No. But I made one friend. 911 01:00:09,096 --> 01:00:10,394 Her name's summer. 912 01:00:10,396 --> 01:00:12,463 We started a summer names club. 913 01:00:12,465 --> 01:00:15,934 Summer, August. Get it? 914 01:00:15,936 --> 01:00:17,438 Good for you, auggie. 915 01:00:19,005 --> 01:00:22,139 Um, where's via, anyway? 916 01:00:22,141 --> 01:00:23,744 She's out with her boyfriend. 917 01:00:24,911 --> 01:00:26,878 Really? 918 01:00:26,880 --> 01:00:29,751 Yeah. We met him last week. He's super nice. 919 01:00:34,987 --> 01:00:37,155 I've missed you, major tom. 920 01:00:37,157 --> 01:00:38,793 I miss you too, Miranda. 921 01:00:41,128 --> 01:00:44,229 And can you tell via that I've missed her, too? 922 01:00:44,231 --> 01:00:47,201 Well, but why don't you just tell her yourself? 923 01:00:49,936 --> 01:00:53,438 Listen, I gotta go, my mom's calling me, but, um, 924 01:00:53,440 --> 01:00:56,074 you know that you can call me any time, right? 925 01:00:56,076 --> 01:00:57,077 Yeah. 926 01:00:59,378 --> 01:01:01,479 Okay, so call me any time. 927 01:01:01,481 --> 01:01:02,914 I will. 928 01:01:02,916 --> 01:01:05,115 Merry Christmas, auggie. 929 01:01:05,117 --> 01:01:06,820 Merry Christmas, Miranda. 930 01:01:30,043 --> 01:01:32,878 - Get after it. - Open it. Rip it apart. 931 01:01:32,880 --> 01:01:35,880 Via and I have been best friends since kindergarten. 932 01:01:35,882 --> 01:01:37,316 Oh, my god! 933 01:01:37,318 --> 01:01:40,517 Her family's always been like my second family. 934 01:01:40,519 --> 01:01:42,586 Auggie's always felt like my little brother. 935 01:01:42,588 --> 01:01:44,090 How does it feel? 936 01:01:44,557 --> 01:01:46,425 - Awesome. - Good. 937 01:01:46,427 --> 01:01:50,295 And for a few years even our family's spent Christmas together. 938 01:01:50,297 --> 01:01:52,229 Everybody say "merry Christmas"! 939 01:01:52,231 --> 01:01:54,335 Merry Christmas! 940 01:01:56,302 --> 01:01:59,503 But now my dad's busy with his new wife. 941 01:01:59,505 --> 01:02:01,375 Who was his old boss. 942 01:02:03,409 --> 01:02:07,248 And my mom, well, she's busy not getting over that. 943 01:02:11,351 --> 01:02:13,318 I got a job at a summer camp. 944 01:02:13,320 --> 01:02:15,856 Just so I'd have somewhere to go that wasn't home. 945 01:02:18,324 --> 01:02:22,626 One day, and I swear i didn't plan this, but... 946 01:02:22,628 --> 01:02:27,335 I started playing this little make believe game with the girls in the camp. 947 01:02:29,135 --> 01:02:32,037 I said I lived in a huge brownstone. 948 01:02:32,039 --> 01:02:34,171 On a nice street. 949 01:02:34,173 --> 01:02:37,342 With my two awesome parents. 950 01:02:37,344 --> 01:02:40,445 And my awesome dog named Daisy. 951 01:02:40,447 --> 01:02:45,253 And my awesome little brother with a facial deformity. 952 01:02:47,987 --> 01:02:50,621 And, oh, my god, everyone went crazy. 953 01:02:50,623 --> 01:02:52,324 "What do you mean, 'deformity'? 954 01:02:52,326 --> 01:02:53,594 "What does he look like?" 955 01:02:55,161 --> 01:02:57,695 Suddenly, everyone wanted to talk to me. 956 01:02:57,697 --> 01:03:02,068 And by the end of summer, I was the most popular girl in camp. 957 01:03:03,603 --> 01:03:06,637 When I got home, i wanted to call via. 958 01:03:06,639 --> 01:03:11,077 But she would've asked me about my parents and about camp. 959 01:03:12,411 --> 01:03:15,512 And then I saw via audition for the play. 960 01:03:15,514 --> 01:03:18,483 And I remembered how cool she is. 961 01:03:18,485 --> 01:03:21,353 And how I understood why everyone in camp 962 01:03:21,355 --> 01:03:24,057 loved me more when I pretended to be her. 963 01:03:25,625 --> 01:03:30,061 She used to let auggie hang out with us all the time. 964 01:03:30,063 --> 01:03:32,700 I was the one who bought him his astronaut helmet. 965 01:03:34,201 --> 01:03:37,469 He was so into outer space. 966 01:03:37,471 --> 01:03:40,708 And I wanted him to know that the world was bigger than his room. 967 01:03:43,043 --> 01:03:47,213 And now he's out there. And I didn't even know. 968 01:03:49,016 --> 01:03:53,988 I could've helped him. Maybe he could've helped me. 969 01:03:55,222 --> 01:03:56,390 I don't know. 970 01:03:58,224 --> 01:04:00,624 But I could sure use some help right now. 971 01:04:34,161 --> 01:04:36,427 That was awesome! 972 01:04:38,431 --> 01:04:40,333 Hey, look, there's Jack will. 973 01:04:44,103 --> 01:04:47,072 Let's find another hill. 974 01:04:47,074 --> 01:04:49,374 You can't just keep avoiding him forever, auggie. 975 01:04:49,376 --> 01:04:50,611 Come on, let's go! 976 01:05:13,233 --> 01:05:19,104 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 977 01:05:19,106 --> 01:05:23,675 3. 2. 1. Happy new year! 978 01:05:25,811 --> 01:05:28,449 - Happy new year! - Happy new year! 979 01:05:53,405 --> 01:05:57,177 Thanks for the help, Daisy. Way to put your back into it. 980 01:06:05,385 --> 01:06:07,519 What about you? 981 01:06:07,521 --> 01:06:10,188 Christmas was awesome. We drove up into the mountains 982 01:06:10,190 --> 01:06:12,690 where they had the most amazing snow I've ever seen. 983 01:06:12,692 --> 01:06:14,492 - It was like powder. - Nice. 984 01:06:14,494 --> 01:06:15,626 What about you, Jack? 985 01:06:15,628 --> 01:06:18,662 I went up skeleton hill. It was the best. 986 01:06:18,664 --> 01:06:19,764 Skeleton hill? 987 01:06:19,766 --> 01:06:20,898 I hate that place! 988 01:06:20,900 --> 01:06:22,434 Should be called garbage hill. 989 01:06:22,436 --> 01:06:26,503 I know, right? I left my old lightning sled up there last time I was up. 990 01:06:26,505 --> 01:06:28,706 It was the crappiest piece o' junk. 991 01:06:28,708 --> 01:06:30,941 Went back the next day and someone had taken it. 992 01:06:30,943 --> 01:06:32,876 Hey, maybe a homeless guy wanted to go sledding. 993 01:06:32,878 --> 01:06:34,711 Yeah. 994 01:06:34,713 --> 01:06:36,347 New precept. 995 01:06:36,349 --> 01:06:38,715 Your deeds are your monuments. 996 01:06:38,717 --> 01:06:40,784 Archaeologists found these words inscribed 997 01:06:40,786 --> 01:06:42,686 on the walls of an ancient Egyptian tomb. 998 01:06:42,688 --> 01:06:44,557 Can anybody tell me what they mean? 999 01:06:46,760 --> 01:06:47,862 Summer? 1000 01:06:48,661 --> 01:06:50,230 Oh, uh... 1001 01:06:51,965 --> 01:06:54,331 I think it means that the things we do 1002 01:06:54,333 --> 01:06:56,266 are the things that matter most. 1003 01:06:56,268 --> 01:06:58,771 Excellent. Anybody else? 1004 01:07:01,974 --> 01:07:03,877 Hey, summer. 1005 01:07:04,744 --> 01:07:06,447 Hey. You okay? 1006 01:07:07,213 --> 01:07:09,583 Yeah. Fine. Just... 1007 01:07:10,784 --> 01:07:12,920 This is gonna sound stupid, but... 1008 01:07:14,487 --> 01:07:17,287 Do you know why auggie stopped liking me? 1009 01:07:17,289 --> 01:07:19,224 You should ask him. 1010 01:07:19,226 --> 01:07:24,229 I have, but ever since Halloween, he just won't talk to me. 1011 01:07:24,231 --> 01:07:27,865 I mean... you know what? I don't care. Sorry. 1012 01:07:27,867 --> 01:07:28,903 Ghostface. 1013 01:07:31,237 --> 01:07:32,903 Wait, wait, what? 1014 01:07:32,905 --> 01:07:34,440 That's all I can tell you. 1015 01:07:39,012 --> 01:07:40,445 Okay... 1016 01:07:40,447 --> 01:07:42,280 Now that we've finished our tests, 1017 01:07:42,282 --> 01:07:44,315 I want you all to start thinking about 1018 01:07:44,317 --> 01:07:46,617 our fifth grade science fair projects. 1019 01:07:46,619 --> 01:07:50,487 Which you will need to work on to have ready after spring break. 1020 01:07:50,489 --> 01:07:53,891 Okay? Now it could be about anything. 1021 01:08:07,606 --> 01:08:11,508 The point is to create something you're excited about. 1022 01:08:11,510 --> 01:08:13,346 Something you're proud to show. 1023 01:08:13,847 --> 01:08:17,418 Mr. will? 1024 01:08:18,717 --> 01:08:20,421 Something more important to think about? 1025 01:08:20,753 --> 01:08:21,852 No. 1026 01:08:21,854 --> 01:08:24,022 So, it'll be teams of two. 1027 01:08:24,024 --> 01:08:26,360 Your partner will be your tablemate. 1028 01:08:27,460 --> 01:08:29,059 Uh, Ms. petosa? 1029 01:08:29,061 --> 01:08:30,695 I know we're supposed to be in pairs, 1030 01:08:30,697 --> 01:08:33,464 but Jack, Amos and I had this science fair project idea 1031 01:08:33,466 --> 01:08:34,932 that we wanted to work on together. 1032 01:08:34,934 --> 01:08:36,000 Okay, maybe we can switch. 1033 01:08:36,002 --> 01:08:37,238 Uh, no. 1034 01:08:37,604 --> 01:08:38,702 Sorry? 1035 01:08:38,704 --> 01:08:39,903 What? 1036 01:08:39,905 --> 01:08:43,911 No, um, it's okay. I'll stay with who I've got. 1037 01:08:45,511 --> 01:08:47,280 I'll stick with auggie. 1038 01:08:51,350 --> 01:08:53,750 Hey! What did you do that for? 1039 01:08:53,752 --> 01:08:55,452 Dude, I don't want to switch. 1040 01:08:55,454 --> 01:08:58,725 Why not? Do you really wanna be partners with that freak? 1041 01:09:07,100 --> 01:09:12,003 Dear Mr. tushman, I'm very sorry for punching Julian. 1042 01:09:12,005 --> 01:09:14,339 It was wrong of me to do that. 1043 01:09:14,341 --> 01:09:16,107 I know you may need to expel me, 1044 01:09:16,109 --> 01:09:22,347 but I'd still rather not say why I did what I did. 1045 01:09:22,349 --> 01:09:24,615 It might get Julian in trouble, too, 1046 01:09:24,617 --> 01:09:26,851 - and that's not fair. - Stop! 1047 01:09:26,853 --> 01:09:30,687 Sincerely, Jack will. 1048 01:09:30,689 --> 01:09:37,061 Dear Mr. will, one thing I've learned in 20 years in education 1049 01:09:37,063 --> 01:09:40,598 is that there are two sides to every story. 1050 01:09:40,600 --> 01:09:45,669 So I think I can imagine what started the fight. 1051 01:09:45,671 --> 01:09:48,841 While nothing justifies striking another student 1052 01:09:50,009 --> 01:09:52,645 I know good friends are worth defending. 1053 01:09:53,880 --> 01:09:57,781 So, after your 2-day suspension 1054 01:09:57,783 --> 01:10:00,353 your scholarship will be waiting for you. 1055 01:10:01,688 --> 01:10:03,420 Just keep up the good work. 1056 01:10:03,422 --> 01:10:05,992 And keep being the fine boy we all know you to be. 1057 01:10:06,893 --> 01:10:09,962 Sincerely, Mr. tushman. 1058 01:10:14,868 --> 01:10:17,735 What's so wrong with me not telling you about a stupid play? 1059 01:10:17,737 --> 01:10:19,603 I'm not even in it. I'm just doing the lights. 1060 01:10:19,605 --> 01:10:20,604 Well your boyfriend is in it. 1061 01:10:20,606 --> 01:10:22,773 And don't you think we would like to see him? 1062 01:10:22,775 --> 01:10:23,674 No, I don't! 1063 01:10:23,676 --> 01:10:25,410 Look, let's all calm down for a second. 1064 01:10:25,412 --> 01:10:26,910 You know, you've been really good 1065 01:10:26,912 --> 01:10:29,013 at leaving me alone my whole life. 1066 01:10:29,015 --> 01:10:31,148 So why are you suddenly so interested, huh? 1067 01:10:31,150 --> 01:10:33,817 Are you bored now that auggie's in school? 1068 01:10:33,819 --> 01:10:35,686 Your thesis not going well? 1069 01:10:35,688 --> 01:10:37,487 Nate, could you please excuse us? 1070 01:10:37,489 --> 01:10:38,759 - Izzy, she doesn't mean it. - Nate! 1071 01:10:46,032 --> 01:10:47,697 What are they saying down there? 1072 01:10:47,699 --> 01:10:50,802 They, my friend, are saying a lotta things. 1073 01:10:50,804 --> 01:10:52,903 None of which concern us. 1074 01:10:52,905 --> 01:10:55,173 Let's see your new minecraft world. 1075 01:10:55,175 --> 01:10:57,478 'Cause we might be moving to it. 1076 01:11:08,587 --> 01:11:11,824 So, are we going to see the play? 1077 01:11:12,692 --> 01:11:13,857 Um... 1078 01:11:13,859 --> 01:11:16,928 I hadn't realized what the play was 1079 01:11:16,930 --> 01:11:20,798 and I don't think it will be of any interest to a kid your age. 1080 01:11:20,800 --> 01:11:23,537 Yeah, uh, you'd get totally bored. 1081 01:11:24,871 --> 01:11:26,603 Are you and dad going? 1082 01:11:26,605 --> 01:11:29,639 Daddy'll go. And I'm gonna stay here with you. 1083 01:11:29,641 --> 01:11:31,476 What? 1084 01:11:31,478 --> 01:11:33,977 So now you're gonna punish me by not going? 1085 01:11:33,979 --> 01:11:36,848 Well, you didn't want me to go in the first place, remember? 1086 01:11:36,850 --> 01:11:39,620 Well, now that you know about it, of course, I want you to come. 1087 01:11:40,653 --> 01:11:41,986 What are you talking about? 1088 01:11:41,988 --> 01:11:42,990 Nothing. 1089 01:11:47,226 --> 01:11:48,992 You're lying. 1090 01:11:48,994 --> 01:11:51,562 It's just something to do with via's school, honey. 1091 01:11:51,564 --> 01:11:53,830 You just don't want your fancy high school friends 1092 01:11:53,832 --> 01:11:55,165 to know your brother's a freak, huh? 1093 01:11:55,167 --> 01:11:57,101 - Auggie! - Auggie, that's not true. 1094 01:11:57,103 --> 01:12:00,073 Stop lying to me, I'm not an idiot, I know what's going on! 1095 01:12:09,983 --> 01:12:11,585 Daisy girl? 1096 01:12:12,185 --> 01:12:14,684 Auggie. Come on. 1097 01:12:14,686 --> 01:12:15,785 It's okay, i don't wanna go 1098 01:12:15,787 --> 01:12:17,821 to your stupid high school anyway. I don't care. 1099 01:12:17,823 --> 01:12:21,058 Auggie, not everything in the world is about you. 1100 01:12:22,228 --> 01:12:23,730 What's wrong? 1101 01:12:38,176 --> 01:12:39,876 You're gonna be fine, girlie. 1102 01:12:39,878 --> 01:12:42,178 Daddy's gonna meet me there. Take care of your brother. 1103 01:12:42,180 --> 01:12:43,246 Yeah. 1104 01:12:43,248 --> 01:12:46,052 Okay. All right. 1105 01:13:02,902 --> 01:13:05,602 Did Daisy really bite mom? 1106 01:13:05,604 --> 01:13:10,107 Well, um, she was whimpering. 1107 01:13:10,109 --> 01:13:14,178 And then mom tried to pick her up and Daisy bit her. 1108 01:13:14,180 --> 01:13:16,517 Do you think the vet can fix her? 1109 01:13:18,784 --> 01:13:21,087 She was in a lot of pain, auggie. 1110 01:13:22,988 --> 01:13:24,790 She's really old. 1111 01:13:29,194 --> 01:13:30,530 Auggie? 1112 01:13:32,164 --> 01:13:35,836 I want you to come to my play. Okay? 1113 01:13:36,903 --> 01:13:38,005 Really? 1114 01:13:39,037 --> 01:13:40,172 Really. 1115 01:14:54,113 --> 01:14:58,885 Every time I came home from the hospital, Daisy was here. 1116 01:15:02,154 --> 01:15:03,889 She was a real friend. 1117 01:15:05,925 --> 01:15:09,829 And real friends are hard to find. 1118 01:16:58,104 --> 01:16:59,202 Excuse me. 1119 01:16:59,204 --> 01:17:02,141 Sorry. Thank you. 1120 01:17:05,978 --> 01:17:08,978 - This is perfect. - Here we go. Good seats. 1121 01:17:08,980 --> 01:17:12,883 Here. See if you can find via's name in there, honey. 1122 01:17:12,885 --> 01:17:17,220 Glasses. Oh, no! I think I forgot my glasses. 1123 01:17:17,222 --> 01:17:21,025 Auggie, you're missing a great episode of hoarders, right here. 1124 01:17:21,027 --> 01:17:22,895 Starring your mom's purse. 1125 01:17:26,832 --> 01:17:27,932 You ready? 1126 01:17:27,934 --> 01:17:30,099 Are you supposed to be in the girls' dressing room? 1127 01:17:30,101 --> 01:17:31,936 Just wanted to wish you good luck. 1128 01:17:31,938 --> 01:17:33,507 "Break a leg", not "good luck." 1129 01:17:34,105 --> 01:17:35,108 You, too. 1130 01:17:36,242 --> 01:17:38,043 Anyone cheering you on tonight? 1131 01:17:39,212 --> 01:17:43,112 Uh, yeah, my mom invited 1132 01:17:43,114 --> 01:17:44,949 the entire block. 1133 01:17:44,951 --> 01:17:46,482 It's gonna be really embarrassing. 1134 01:17:46,484 --> 01:17:49,385 You? 1135 01:17:49,387 --> 01:17:52,589 Uh, my dad is on his belated honeymoon. 1136 01:17:52,591 --> 01:17:54,191 And my mom's in a funk. 1137 01:17:54,193 --> 01:17:56,329 But maybe she'll come tomorrow. 1138 01:17:59,064 --> 01:18:02,134 Well, um, via's family will cheer you on. 1139 01:18:03,970 --> 01:18:05,204 You'll be great tonight. 1140 01:18:16,181 --> 01:18:18,949 Honey, just enjoy the play. 1141 01:18:18,951 --> 01:18:19,953 Okay. 1142 01:18:23,389 --> 01:18:24,391 All right, go get 'em. 1143 01:18:26,057 --> 01:18:27,124 - Mr. Davenport... - Hmm. 1144 01:18:27,126 --> 01:18:29,360 I'm really sorry, but I can't go on tonight. 1145 01:18:29,362 --> 01:18:31,160 I don't feel well. I think I might throw up. 1146 01:18:31,162 --> 01:18:32,463 Okay, everybody gets nervous. 1147 01:18:32,465 --> 01:18:33,531 You know, when I did my Hamlet, 1148 01:18:33,533 --> 01:18:35,398 I threw up every night. You're gonna be fine. 1149 01:18:35,400 --> 01:18:37,367 Just do it. You'll have all of spring break to recover. 1150 01:18:37,369 --> 01:18:39,872 Mr. Davenport, you're not listening. I'm not going on. 1151 01:18:44,010 --> 01:18:45,675 Are you kidding me? 1152 01:18:45,677 --> 01:18:48,849 I'm really sorry, but via knows all the lines. She can do it. 1153 01:18:50,416 --> 01:18:51,985 Then go find her then. 1154 01:18:53,152 --> 01:18:54,154 Thank you. 1155 01:18:57,555 --> 01:19:00,057 Hi. 1156 01:19:10,302 --> 01:19:13,137 This play is called our town. 1157 01:19:13,139 --> 01:19:16,240 It was written by Thornton Wilder. 1158 01:19:16,242 --> 01:19:21,477 The name of our town is grover's corners, New Hampshire. 1159 01:19:21,479 --> 01:19:23,947 Just across the Massachusetts line. 1160 01:19:23,949 --> 01:19:25,349 Is this... Is this really happening? 1161 01:19:25,351 --> 01:19:27,651 Yes, you're going on as Emily. Only you don't have much time. 1162 01:19:27,653 --> 01:19:30,353 Well, I don't even know if I'm gonna remember all of my lines. 1163 01:19:30,355 --> 01:19:32,156 You'll be great. Justin'll help you through it. 1164 01:19:32,158 --> 01:19:33,958 Where is she? 1165 01:19:33,960 --> 01:19:35,692 Via, you're on in two minutes. 1166 01:19:35,694 --> 01:19:37,428 Why, why are you doing this? 1167 01:19:37,430 --> 01:19:41,264 I told you. I feel sick. 1168 01:19:41,266 --> 01:19:46,169 We've got a factory in our town, too. You hear it? 1169 01:19:46,171 --> 01:19:49,238 Hey, it's okay. Hey, break a leg. 1170 01:19:49,240 --> 01:19:52,244 Makes blankets. Cartwrights own it and it brung 'em a fortune. 1171 01:19:57,115 --> 01:19:59,083 Children, now I won't have it. 1172 01:19:59,085 --> 01:20:01,285 Breakfast is just as good as any other meal. 1173 01:20:01,287 --> 01:20:03,454 And I won't have you gobbling like wolves. 1174 01:20:03,456 --> 01:20:05,421 It'll stunt your growth. That's a fact. 1175 01:20:05,423 --> 01:20:07,558 Miranda looks so different. 1176 01:20:07,560 --> 01:20:10,160 That's not Miranda, it's via. 1177 01:20:10,162 --> 01:20:12,265 - What? - It's via. 1178 01:20:13,164 --> 01:20:15,566 Oh, great. 1179 01:20:15,568 --> 01:20:19,335 As for me, I'd rather have my children healthy than bright. 1180 01:20:19,337 --> 01:20:22,705 I'm both, mama, you know I am. 1181 01:20:22,707 --> 01:20:25,075 I'm the brightest girl in school for my age. 1182 01:20:25,077 --> 01:20:27,076 I have a wonderful memory. 1183 01:20:27,078 --> 01:20:28,648 Eat your breakfast. 1184 01:20:36,389 --> 01:20:39,259 Hmm. Your stomach flu got better fast. 1185 01:20:40,059 --> 01:20:41,759 Sorry, sir, just jitters. 1186 01:20:41,761 --> 01:20:44,128 I'll be ready by tomorrow night. 1187 01:20:44,130 --> 01:20:45,998 She's doing very well. 1188 01:20:52,270 --> 01:20:55,675 I can't. I can't go on. 1189 01:20:59,712 --> 01:21:02,079 It goes so fast. 1190 01:21:02,081 --> 01:21:04,150 We don't even have time to look at one another. 1191 01:21:05,551 --> 01:21:07,317 I didn't realize. 1192 01:21:07,319 --> 01:21:09,723 So all that was going on and we never noticed? 1193 01:21:12,792 --> 01:21:17,364 Take me back. Up the hill. To my grave. 1194 01:21:18,663 --> 01:21:24,003 But first, wait, one more look. 1195 01:21:26,704 --> 01:21:30,309 Goodbye. Goodbye, world. 1196 01:21:32,711 --> 01:21:35,115 Goodbye, grover's corners. 1197 01:21:36,247 --> 01:21:37,250 Mama. 1198 01:21:38,350 --> 01:21:39,719 And papa. 1199 01:21:41,087 --> 01:21:43,089 Goodbye to clocks ticking. 1200 01:21:45,390 --> 01:21:49,428 And food. And coffee. 1201 01:21:51,096 --> 01:21:55,067 And hot baths. And sleeping. 1202 01:21:57,103 --> 01:21:58,671 And waking up. 1203 01:22:03,609 --> 01:22:04,778 Oh, earth... 1204 01:22:06,712 --> 01:22:09,682 You're too wonderful for anybody to realize you. 1205 01:22:15,654 --> 01:22:18,455 Blow out the candles. Ready? Take a big breath. 1206 01:22:21,493 --> 01:22:24,894 Ha! We did it. Did you make a wish? 1207 01:22:24,896 --> 01:22:26,863 I wished for a brother. 1208 01:22:26,865 --> 01:22:28,435 You did? 1209 01:22:28,900 --> 01:22:31,634 Mmm. Wow. 1210 01:22:31,636 --> 01:22:33,773 Happy birthday, honey. 1211 01:23:02,600 --> 01:23:03,735 Whoo! 1212 01:23:20,485 --> 01:23:21,652 Via! 1213 01:23:21,654 --> 01:23:22,822 Oh, my god! 1214 01:23:23,622 --> 01:23:25,254 That was incredible! 1215 01:23:25,256 --> 01:23:26,889 - It was just a play. - It wasn't "just" anything. 1216 01:23:26,891 --> 01:23:28,458 - You were amazing! - You were great, via! 1217 01:23:28,460 --> 01:23:29,625 Amazing! 1218 01:23:29,627 --> 01:23:30,729 Oh, auggie. 1219 01:23:54,319 --> 01:23:55,652 And then there was the nurse... 1220 01:23:55,654 --> 01:23:57,086 Yeah. 1221 01:23:57,088 --> 01:24:00,257 ...who farted, and I don't use that word a lot, about 100 times. 1222 01:24:00,259 --> 01:24:02,358 Honey, that was you. 1223 01:24:02,360 --> 01:24:04,260 To put it delicately. 1224 01:24:04,262 --> 01:24:05,861 I don't know how else to say it. 1225 01:24:05,863 --> 01:24:06,929 It's not true. 1226 01:24:06,931 --> 01:24:08,932 - Busted now! - No, it's not... 1227 01:24:08,934 --> 01:24:10,267 Anyone? Raise your hand 1228 01:24:10,269 --> 01:24:12,768 if you wanna change the subject and save us from this story. 1229 01:24:12,770 --> 01:24:16,339 All right, I will. I will. Um, what is that? 1230 01:24:16,341 --> 01:24:20,509 Oh that is Jack and auggie's science fair project. 1231 01:24:20,511 --> 01:24:22,379 Not to be confused with an eyesore 1232 01:24:22,381 --> 01:24:23,981 in the middle of the room. 1233 01:24:23,983 --> 01:24:25,648 No, but what is it? 1234 01:24:25,650 --> 01:24:28,619 Well, I don't know. I guess it's like a... yeah. 1235 01:24:28,621 --> 01:24:29,785 Follow me, you'll see. 1236 01:24:29,787 --> 01:24:30,954 Oh, okay. 1237 01:24:30,956 --> 01:24:32,321 Come on! 1238 01:24:32,323 --> 01:24:33,690 All right. 1239 01:24:33,692 --> 01:24:35,692 - Sweet. - What? 1240 01:24:35,694 --> 01:24:39,428 Are you kidding me? I cannot believe you just did that. 1241 01:24:39,430 --> 01:24:42,266 Go, go, go. Okay. But just no kissing. 1242 01:24:42,268 --> 01:24:45,369 Seen a lotta horror movies end this way. 1243 01:24:45,371 --> 01:24:48,875 We're gonna open the apertures in 3, 2, 1. 1244 01:24:53,578 --> 01:24:56,580 It's a camera obscura. 1245 01:24:56,582 --> 01:24:58,685 Yeah. He's ten. 1246 01:25:00,886 --> 01:25:02,753 Oh, my god, that was so cool. 1247 01:25:02,755 --> 01:25:04,955 Cinema history come to life. 1248 01:25:04,957 --> 01:25:07,723 All right, people, single file. 1249 01:25:07,725 --> 01:25:11,027 Step right up for an amazing camera obscura. 1250 01:25:11,029 --> 01:25:14,764 Step right up to witness earth's greatest mystery, the volcano. 1251 01:25:14,766 --> 01:25:17,567 Okay, we're gonna open the apertures in... 1252 01:25:17,569 --> 01:25:19,839 3, 2,1! 1253 01:25:21,073 --> 01:25:23,674 - Whoa! - That's awesome! 1254 01:25:32,685 --> 01:25:34,454 Jack and auggie. 1255 01:25:38,823 --> 01:25:42,491 Dude! 1256 01:25:42,493 --> 01:25:44,363 - See, you have to go... - No, I did. 1257 01:26:08,787 --> 01:26:09,986 Okay, now I'll go. 1258 01:26:26,971 --> 01:26:29,138 Let's go, let's go. 1259 01:26:29,140 --> 01:26:30,507 Everybody get in here. 1260 01:26:30,509 --> 01:26:32,442 Find your seats. 1261 01:26:32,444 --> 01:26:35,544 We good today? It's gonna be a good one, guys. 1262 01:26:35,546 --> 01:26:38,615 All right. Everybody inside. 1263 01:26:38,617 --> 01:26:40,584 Come on. New month, new precept. 1264 01:26:40,586 --> 01:26:42,785 Look at him. 1265 01:26:42,787 --> 01:26:44,521 Hey, where's auggie? 1266 01:26:44,523 --> 01:26:45,591 Right there. 1267 01:26:47,592 --> 01:26:50,962 Hey, hey, hey. Why are we running in the hallway? 1268 01:26:58,703 --> 01:26:59,736 Auggie, you okay? 1269 01:26:59,738 --> 01:27:04,473 Yeah. Everything's fine. I'm late for class. 1270 01:27:04,475 --> 01:27:06,175 Hey. Hey, hey, hey. 1271 01:27:06,177 --> 01:27:08,644 Auggie, you know if you need help you can ask for it. 1272 01:27:08,646 --> 01:27:09,946 You're not alone. 1273 01:27:09,948 --> 01:27:11,050 I know. 1274 01:27:18,457 --> 01:27:19,559 Amos. 1275 01:27:22,661 --> 01:27:24,529 You know something about this? 1276 01:27:30,435 --> 01:27:32,134 You understand? 1277 01:27:32,136 --> 01:27:36,007 We take bullying very seriously at this school. 1278 01:27:36,908 --> 01:27:38,443 There is zero tolerance. 1279 01:27:39,978 --> 01:27:44,147 Excuse me, can you explain what's going on here? 1280 01:27:44,149 --> 01:27:46,549 Wasn't Julian the one who got punched in the mouth? 1281 01:27:46,551 --> 01:27:48,987 If there's any bullying going on, it isn't my son. 1282 01:28:00,064 --> 01:28:01,433 You wrote that, Julian? 1283 01:28:02,201 --> 01:28:03,700 Yes, sir. 1284 01:28:03,702 --> 01:28:06,939 That one note was on the back of a class photo. 1285 01:28:08,506 --> 01:28:10,742 Your son photoshopped auggie out of it. 1286 01:28:14,179 --> 01:28:18,915 No. No, he didn't. I did. 1287 01:28:18,917 --> 01:28:21,550 Of course, I didn't think that he would bring it to school. 1288 01:28:21,552 --> 01:28:23,219 But when our friends come over and they see that picture, 1289 01:28:23,221 --> 01:28:24,720 I want them to ask about our son. 1290 01:28:24,722 --> 01:28:26,790 Not the pullmans'. 1291 01:28:26,792 --> 01:28:29,192 Mrs. albans. 1292 01:28:29,194 --> 01:28:34,263 When we pressed auggie, he showed us these other notes 1293 01:28:34,265 --> 01:28:38,437 that your son left in his locker and his desk. 1294 01:28:41,038 --> 01:28:42,140 Chair. 1295 01:28:47,779 --> 01:28:48,844 Okay, look, if no one else is gonna 1296 01:28:48,846 --> 01:28:52,081 have the courage to say it, then I guess I will. 1297 01:28:52,083 --> 01:28:54,918 These kids are too young to be dealing with this sort of thing. 1298 01:28:54,920 --> 01:28:56,919 Julian has had nightmares because of that kid. 1299 01:28:56,921 --> 01:28:58,287 - Did you know that? - Sarah. 1300 01:28:58,289 --> 01:29:00,656 We had to take him to a child psychologist 1301 01:29:00,658 --> 01:29:02,192 to help him deal with his night terrors. 1302 01:29:02,194 --> 01:29:03,996 It's just a two-day suspension. 1303 01:29:05,796 --> 01:29:07,263 You'll stay home from the nature preserve trip. 1304 01:29:07,265 --> 01:29:08,798 That's all. 1305 01:29:08,800 --> 01:29:13,303 Two days for a couple of notes from a kid? 1306 01:29:13,305 --> 01:29:16,238 After all the money that we have poured into this school? 1307 01:29:16,240 --> 01:29:18,842 We have a lot of friends on the school board, Mr. tushman. 1308 01:29:18,844 --> 01:29:20,078 Oh. 1309 01:29:21,078 --> 01:29:23,713 Well, I have more. 1310 01:29:23,715 --> 01:29:24,947 So what would you have us do? 1311 01:29:24,949 --> 01:29:27,552 Bend over backwards for every single person in the world? 1312 01:29:28,953 --> 01:29:31,321 Nobody can get their feelings hurt ever? 1313 01:29:31,323 --> 01:29:34,691 You are not doing these kids any favors. 1314 01:29:34,693 --> 01:29:38,564 Mrs. albans, auggie can't change the way he looks. 1315 01:29:40,798 --> 01:29:43,903 So, maybe we can change the way we see. 1316 01:29:49,942 --> 01:29:50,974 Yes. 1317 01:29:50,976 --> 01:29:54,878 I will be sure to tell that to the real world. 1318 01:29:54,880 --> 01:29:58,951 Thank you for this. We won't be back in the fall. 1319 01:30:01,086 --> 01:30:05,054 Mom. I like this school. 1320 01:30:05,056 --> 01:30:08,258 Mom. I have friends, dad. 1321 01:30:08,260 --> 01:30:09,595 Let's go, Julian. 1322 01:30:10,796 --> 01:30:11,797 Come on. 1323 01:30:18,970 --> 01:30:20,138 Mr. tushman. 1324 01:30:23,774 --> 01:30:25,110 I'm really sorry. 1325 01:30:27,813 --> 01:30:29,548 I know you are, Julian. 1326 01:30:45,396 --> 01:30:48,167 - He's not even looking at us. - Oh. 1327 01:31:17,095 --> 01:31:19,294 This is gonna be epic. Race ya! 1328 01:32:17,722 --> 01:32:20,693 - The sound of joy! - Ah... 1329 01:32:25,329 --> 01:32:27,830 All right. I want you to close your eyes, 1330 01:32:27,832 --> 01:32:30,232 because I have a surprise for you. 1331 01:32:30,234 --> 01:32:33,402 Do you take requests? 1332 01:32:33,404 --> 01:32:35,807 Not before 9:45. 1333 01:32:36,774 --> 01:32:37,777 Okay. 1334 01:32:38,944 --> 01:32:40,246 Open your eyes. 1335 01:32:42,346 --> 01:32:45,080 No! Are you... You finished your thesis! 1336 01:32:45,082 --> 01:32:46,915 Let's get drunk. 1337 01:32:46,917 --> 01:32:49,054 Wait, wait, wait. Hold on. 1338 01:32:50,488 --> 01:32:54,059 Wait a minute. A double surprise, surprise. 1339 01:32:55,060 --> 01:32:56,125 Okay. 1340 01:32:56,127 --> 01:32:58,093 - Go ahead. - Nothin's gonna 1341 01:32:58,095 --> 01:32:59,431 - jump out at me, is it? - No. 1342 01:33:00,865 --> 01:33:02,264 Givin' me the eyes. 1343 01:33:02,266 --> 01:33:04,867 What's in here? I'm kind of scared... 1344 01:33:07,538 --> 01:33:09,472 Good, right? 1345 01:33:09,474 --> 01:33:11,875 I'm just gonna keep that in the box for now. 1346 01:33:11,877 --> 01:33:14,814 Does that merit a kiss? Come here. 1347 01:33:15,947 --> 01:33:17,016 More than a kiss. 1348 01:33:17,515 --> 01:33:19,148 Thank you. 1349 01:33:19,150 --> 01:33:24,521 Alright, kids! Let's give a big warm welcome to the William Heath school! 1350 01:33:24,523 --> 01:33:28,191 The glover academy! And beecher prep! 1351 01:33:28,193 --> 01:33:29,925 Last chance to get popcorn! 1352 01:33:29,927 --> 01:33:31,027 Hello. 1353 01:33:31,029 --> 01:33:32,394 Okay! 1354 01:33:32,396 --> 01:33:35,932 Welcome to the 23rd annual 1355 01:33:35,934 --> 01:33:40,102 big movie Saturday in the broarwood nature reserve! 1356 01:33:41,405 --> 01:33:42,507 Whoo! 1357 01:33:43,841 --> 01:33:45,541 Tonight's movie will be... 1358 01:33:45,543 --> 01:33:47,343 The wizard of oz! 1359 01:33:47,345 --> 01:33:49,181 Yay! 1360 01:33:51,550 --> 01:33:53,883 Hey, dude. You wanna go outside? 1361 01:33:53,885 --> 01:33:54,951 Why? 1362 01:33:54,953 --> 01:33:57,219 We can watch this movie any time. 1363 01:34:14,104 --> 01:34:16,438 Aw, man, I need to pee. 1364 01:34:16,440 --> 01:34:18,141 Wanna go back? 1365 01:34:18,143 --> 01:34:19,942 Nah, I'll just go over here. 1366 01:34:19,944 --> 01:34:22,245 Like in the subways? That's gross. 1367 01:34:22,247 --> 01:34:24,513 No. This is gross. 1368 01:34:33,891 --> 01:34:35,157 Look at that. 1369 01:34:35,159 --> 01:34:37,429 What? What are you lookin' at? 1370 01:34:39,363 --> 01:34:42,065 I'm going up there someday. 1371 01:34:42,067 --> 01:34:44,634 Well, I'm going down here right now, so... 1372 01:34:44,636 --> 01:34:46,402 I gotta go, too, now. 1373 01:34:46,404 --> 01:34:49,906 You go there. I'll go here. Don't look. 1374 01:34:51,342 --> 01:34:52,976 What do we got here? 1375 01:34:52,978 --> 01:34:55,146 Couple of losers stinkin' up the woods. 1376 01:34:56,480 --> 01:34:59,982 Holy crap! Look at his face! 1377 01:34:59,984 --> 01:35:01,285 He's a freak! 1378 01:35:01,287 --> 01:35:03,553 Jesus, I've never seen anything that ugly in my life. 1379 01:35:03,555 --> 01:35:04,653 Maybe it's an orc. 1380 01:35:04,655 --> 01:35:06,289 - Dude, let's go. - Go where? 1381 01:35:06,291 --> 01:35:07,956 Hey, talkin' to you, gollum. 1382 01:35:07,958 --> 01:35:10,863 This the one mask to rule them all? My precious. 1383 01:35:11,462 --> 01:35:12,831 Hey, what's your problem? 1384 01:35:17,269 --> 01:35:18,567 Your boyfriend's my problem. 1385 01:35:18,569 --> 01:35:20,602 Hey! Leave him alone. 1386 01:35:20,604 --> 01:35:22,974 What are you gonna do about it? 1387 01:35:23,675 --> 01:35:25,575 - Get outta my way. - No. 1388 01:35:25,577 --> 01:35:27,376 I said get outta my way! 1389 01:35:27,378 --> 01:35:29,678 I said no! 1390 01:35:29,680 --> 01:35:31,947 Yo, Jack, what's up, man? 1391 01:35:31,949 --> 01:35:33,282 What's this? More little freaks? 1392 01:35:33,284 --> 01:35:34,683 What you call us, hick? 1393 01:35:34,685 --> 01:35:35,887 Come on, prep boy. 1394 01:35:39,123 --> 01:35:40,158 Guys, stop! 1395 01:35:42,359 --> 01:35:43,461 Guys, stop it! 1396 01:35:45,195 --> 01:35:46,329 Guys, stop! 1397 01:35:46,331 --> 01:35:49,065 Just stop, please! Stop! 1398 01:35:49,067 --> 01:35:51,170 Just go! 1399 01:35:55,472 --> 01:35:59,174 Oh, man! Dude! Come on! Let's go! 1400 01:35:59,176 --> 01:36:00,378 Let's get out! 1401 01:36:09,287 --> 01:36:11,254 - Are you okay? - Uh... 1402 01:36:11,256 --> 01:36:12,955 Dude, you're bleeding. 1403 01:36:14,426 --> 01:36:16,362 What was that? Something's coming. 1404 01:36:17,962 --> 01:36:19,195 Amos? 1405 01:36:19,197 --> 01:36:20,362 Jack! 1406 01:36:20,364 --> 01:36:22,233 - Over here! - Amos, come on! 1407 01:36:24,636 --> 01:36:26,268 They follow you? 1408 01:36:26,270 --> 01:36:27,605 I think we lost 'em. 1409 01:36:28,405 --> 01:36:29,973 Whoa! 1410 01:36:33,610 --> 01:36:36,079 How did you guys know we needed help? 1411 01:36:36,081 --> 01:36:37,580 We saw them follow you out of the lodge. 1412 01:36:37,582 --> 01:36:40,983 I think they were seventh graders. They were huge. 1413 01:36:40,985 --> 01:36:43,553 Thanks, guys. 1414 01:36:43,555 --> 01:36:45,487 You totally saved our butts. 1415 01:36:45,489 --> 01:36:47,458 Yeah, thanks, guys. 1416 01:36:50,295 --> 01:36:53,666 You know, it was cool how you stood your ground, little dude. 1417 01:38:17,849 --> 01:38:19,816 Hi! 1418 01:38:19,818 --> 01:38:22,785 Oh, my gosh, i missed you so much! Mmm. 1419 01:38:22,787 --> 01:38:24,853 - See you later, auggie! - Bye! 1420 01:38:24,855 --> 01:38:25,789 How are you? 1421 01:38:25,791 --> 01:38:27,857 Good. And guess what? I got in a fight. 1422 01:38:27,859 --> 01:38:30,593 Oh my god, you're bleeding! Are you okay? 1423 01:38:30,595 --> 01:38:31,693 What happened? 1424 01:38:31,695 --> 01:38:33,198 Auggie got in a fight. 1425 01:38:34,599 --> 01:38:36,398 That's terrible. I'm sorry. 1426 01:38:36,400 --> 01:38:38,668 - Did you win? - Nate! 1427 01:38:38,670 --> 01:38:41,440 Well, I'm getting a vibe like maybe he won. 1428 01:38:42,340 --> 01:38:43,406 Did you? 1429 01:38:43,408 --> 01:38:46,875 Yeah. And guess what? They were seventh graders. 1430 01:38:46,877 --> 01:38:48,878 Yes! 1431 01:38:48,880 --> 01:38:50,412 See you later, buddy! 1432 01:38:50,414 --> 01:38:51,417 Bye! 1433 01:38:53,251 --> 01:38:54,884 Fighting is bad, auggie. 1434 01:38:54,886 --> 01:38:57,419 - Bye, Mr. and Mrs. p. - Goodbye. 1435 01:38:57,421 --> 01:38:59,257 See you at graduation, auggie. 1436 01:39:03,360 --> 01:39:05,760 Looking sharp. 1437 01:39:05,762 --> 01:39:06,896 Thanks, dad. 1438 01:39:06,898 --> 01:39:08,430 I'm talking about me. 1439 01:39:08,432 --> 01:39:11,666 Hey! Ah, you look good, too. 1440 01:39:11,668 --> 01:39:16,407 I think it's safe to say the Pullman men are crushing it today. 1441 01:39:19,511 --> 01:39:22,448 - You've come a long way, huh? - Yeah. 1442 01:39:25,550 --> 01:39:29,218 Auggie, I am proud of you for sticking it out. 1443 01:39:29,220 --> 01:39:30,753 You didn't think I would, did you? 1444 01:39:30,755 --> 01:39:32,157 'Course I did. 1445 01:39:35,159 --> 01:39:36,192 Okay, well, come on. 1446 01:39:36,194 --> 01:39:38,660 I mean, when you started you were still wearing 1447 01:39:38,662 --> 01:39:41,229 the astronaut helmet in public. 1448 01:39:41,231 --> 01:39:44,470 I love that helmet. I wish I knew where it was. 1449 01:39:47,905 --> 01:39:49,638 It's in my office. 1450 01:39:49,640 --> 01:39:53,442 What? Dad! That was a gift. You had no right to hide it! 1451 01:39:53,444 --> 01:39:55,343 Auggie, auggie, please, don't be mad. 1452 01:39:55,345 --> 01:39:58,748 You gotta understand, you were wearing it all the time. 1453 01:39:58,750 --> 01:40:00,549 I never got to see you anymore. 1454 01:40:00,551 --> 01:40:02,785 I missed your face. 1455 01:40:02,787 --> 01:40:05,588 I know you don't always like it, but I love it. 1456 01:40:05,590 --> 01:40:07,626 It's my son's face. 1457 01:40:10,627 --> 01:40:12,363 I wanna see it. 1458 01:40:15,332 --> 01:40:16,632 Do you forgive me? 1459 01:40:16,634 --> 01:40:17,636 No. 1460 01:40:20,637 --> 01:40:21,640 Yes. 1461 01:40:23,908 --> 01:40:25,308 Does mom know? 1462 01:40:25,310 --> 01:40:28,210 No. God, no, she'd kill me. 1463 01:40:28,212 --> 01:40:31,479 But I can maybe find it, if you need it back. 1464 01:40:31,481 --> 01:40:32,751 That's okay. 1465 01:40:59,543 --> 01:41:01,544 - Mom. - Yes? 1466 01:41:01,546 --> 01:41:02,681 Thank you. 1467 01:41:04,414 --> 01:41:05,513 For what? 1468 01:41:05,515 --> 01:41:07,318 Making me go to school. 1469 01:41:10,587 --> 01:41:12,787 I was so mad at you sometimes. 1470 01:41:12,789 --> 01:41:14,826 But I'm really happy to be here. 1471 01:41:16,961 --> 01:41:19,463 You really are a wonder, auggie. 1472 01:41:20,731 --> 01:41:22,400 You are a wonder. 1473 01:41:42,953 --> 01:41:45,053 Whoo. 1474 01:41:45,055 --> 01:41:48,859 Thank you, choir. That was beautiful. 1475 01:41:50,427 --> 01:41:56,268 Ladies, gentlemen, boys and girls, graduates. 1476 01:41:57,734 --> 01:42:02,905 Final award this morning is the Henry ward beecher medal 1477 01:42:02,907 --> 01:42:08,678 to honor students who have been notable or exemplary. 1478 01:42:08,680 --> 01:42:14,683 Usually, it's a "good works," a service award. 1479 01:42:14,685 --> 01:42:18,019 But I came upon a passage that he wrote, 1480 01:42:18,021 --> 01:42:24,429 which made me realize that good works come in many forms. 1481 01:42:26,064 --> 01:42:31,802 "Greatness," he wrote, "lies not in being strong 1482 01:42:32,837 --> 01:42:36,708 "but in the right using of strength. 1483 01:42:37,742 --> 01:42:42,111 "He or she is the greatest 1484 01:42:42,113 --> 01:42:46,648 "whose strength carries up the most hearts 1485 01:42:46,650 --> 01:42:49,854 "by the attraction of his own." 1486 01:42:53,557 --> 01:42:59,995 Without further ado, this year, I am very proud 1487 01:42:59,997 --> 01:43:04,633 to award the Henry ward beecher medal 1488 01:43:04,635 --> 01:43:09,371 to the student whose quiet strength 1489 01:43:09,373 --> 01:43:11,710 has carried up the most hearts. 1490 01:43:12,643 --> 01:43:14,509 So, 1491 01:43:14,511 --> 01:43:18,446 will August Pullman please come up here to receive this award? 1492 01:43:24,721 --> 01:43:26,023 Whoo! 1493 01:43:52,682 --> 01:43:54,886 You're the best, dude! 1494 01:43:58,890 --> 01:44:03,526 Walking up towards that stage, I felt like I was floating. 1495 01:44:03,528 --> 01:44:06,128 My heart was beating so fast. 1496 01:44:06,130 --> 01:44:09,464 I didn't really understand why I was getting a medal. 1497 01:44:09,466 --> 01:44:12,835 It's not like I blew up the death star. 1498 01:44:12,837 --> 01:44:17,039 All I did was get through fifth grade, just like everyone else here. 1499 01:44:17,041 --> 01:44:18,110 Congratulations. 1500 01:44:20,211 --> 01:44:22,644 Here you go. That's for you. 1501 01:44:22,646 --> 01:44:25,050 Then again, maybe that's kind of the point. 1502 01:44:26,917 --> 01:44:30,454 Maybe the truth is, I'm really not so ordinary. 1503 01:44:31,855 --> 01:44:34,656 Maybe if we knew what other people were thinking 1504 01:44:34,658 --> 01:44:37,125 we'd know that no one's ordinary. 1505 01:44:37,127 --> 01:44:41,899 And we all deserve a standing ovation at least once in our lives. 1506 01:44:43,201 --> 01:44:44,735 My friends do. 1507 01:44:49,207 --> 01:44:50,809 My teachers do. 1508 01:44:52,042 --> 01:44:55,878 My sister does for always being there for me. 1509 01:44:55,880 --> 01:44:58,784 My dad does for always making us laugh. 1510 01:44:59,884 --> 01:45:01,951 And my mom does the most. 1511 01:45:01,953 --> 01:45:04,887 For never giving up. On anything. 1512 01:45:04,889 --> 01:45:06,123 Especially, me. 1513 01:45:07,891 --> 01:45:12,027 It's like that last precept Mr. browne gave us. 1514 01:45:12,029 --> 01:45:16,499 Be kind, for everyone is fighting a hard battle. 1515 01:45:16,501 --> 01:45:18,804 And if you really wanna see what people are, 1516 01:45:20,037 --> 01:45:24,141 all you have to do... is look.