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# Every day you walk down the street Everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
-# And I say, hey!
# What a wonderful kind of day We can learn to work and play
# And get along with each other
# You gotta listen to your heart Listen to the beat
# Listen to the rhythm of the street
# Get together, make things better By working together
# It's a simple message And it comes from the heart
# Believe in yourself For that's the place to start
-# And I say, hey!
-What a wonderful kind of day
# We can learn to work and play And get along with each other
# What a wonderful kind of day, hey! What a wonderful kind of day, HEY! #
< Wow! What a great circus!
How'd they get poodles to dance like that?! And that clown on stilts!
-How'd he do it?!
-Well, I should head home.
-Why? It's only 3 o'clock!
Is anyone hungry?! I'm starving! Bet you know what I'll have, Harry!
-Maybe we BOTH should tell him!
There it is! The Harry Mills Meatball Experience!
Three meatballs and four strips of bacon in marinara sauce
and melted provelone! How'd you get a sandwich named after you, Harry?
By living alone and not knowing how to cook!
Buster, there's something Harry and I would like to talk to you about.
House Wars! The movie where kitchen things battle the cleaning things,
and it's starting in 15 minutes! Come on! We'll eat later!
If we hurry, we can just make it!
-I guess I'll just tell him tonight.
Buster, are you still up?
Mm! Comet is coming!
-Morning, Mom. See you, have a great day!
-Hold on, Buster.
It's only 7.30. Have some breakfast.
-Um, I'm not hungry.
-Buster, you're always hungry!
-And there's something I have to tell you.
-I already know.
Harry's going away and isn't coming back, as he's decided to be a pilot,
or a sponge-diver, or something else you can't do in Elwood City.
-No, sweetie, Harry isn't going anywhere.
-He isn't?! That's great!
HE LAUGHS Here I was, all upset over nothing!
-So what's the big news?
-Harry and I are breaking up.
-Why are they breaking up?
-I don't know. I didn't feel like asking,
but I'll miss going to the Green games. We followed them all season.
'Bottom of the ninth, and the score is tied!
'If the Elwood City Greens make this out,
'we go to extra innings, and they can end a 22-game losing streak!
'Can they do it?!'
CROWD CHEERS 'Clear for the first!'
-Get him out!
'Nope, looks like he couldn't get a grip on it!
'That'll cost the Greens the game!'
Woo-hoo! I got the losing ball!
They still haven't won a game, but we always had a great time.
-Can't you go with your mom?
-Nah. She doesn't like baseball.
-Well, maybe she'll get a boyfriend who does.
-A new boyfriend?!
-You think she'll get a new one?!
-Well, I dunno! She could!
No! She can't! I mean, it took a long time to get used to Harry,
and what if her new boyfriend is really boring?!
Martin, I thought you could spend time with Buster tomorrow.
-Show him where you work.
-Oh... Do I have to?
Sit there. Don't touch anything.
-What time is it?
Dinner time! Perfect!
-Good evening, Mrs Abigail Adams?
I'm Marty Spivack of Never Better Insurance. Does your policy
-cover mudslides and locusts?
-VOICE CHATTERS ON PHONE
Coffee's past the coffee machine. I take it black. Five sugars.
-I hate Martin Spivack!
Ah, never mind, Arthur. I can't let Harry break up with my mom.
-She has to win him back!
-Don't get involved!
-Besides, how'll you change Harry's mind?!
-By going to an expert!
Let me get this straight. The love of your life crushed your heart
-and you'll do anything to get her back.
-No, this is about my mother!
Oh, I understand! This is "your mother's" problem.
-Your secret's safe with me!
-What secret?! There's no secret!
I always say nothing impresses that special someone
like a romantic dinner. Here.
-The ingredients are in Tween Queen magazine.
-A romantic dinner?!
-But I can't cook!
-So?! Have it catered.
Try Trattoria Multo di Naro. They do a divine penne bolognese.
-Is it Sue Ellen?
Step One. Surprise him with a mysterious invitation.
Grant, you're on the Philadelphia story. Russell, the front page.
Parker, photos of the new bug wing at the museum.
"You are invited to a romantic diner tonight.
"Baxter residence. 7pm.
"Big kisses. You know who"?
Step Two. Fill your house with fresh cut flowers.
< AHEM! Nice flower...!
May I help you?
Yes, I'd like an order to go. Two penny balonies.
My friend said it was divine. You mean the penne bolognese?
It's our specialty. With tax, that comes to 41.50.
But I only have seven dollars.
Then I strongly recommend the breadstick.
Now for the final touch! Music!
Peter, Paul and Mary...
Peter, Paul and Mary... Peter, Paul and Mary... Ah! This looks good!
Tyrone Bellows. Songs In The Key Of Love.
-# Oh, baby... #
# Yeah! Baby!
# I will always be here for you! #
What's all this?! Buster?!
-Well, hello there!
-Did you do this?
-Huh?! Well, no! Didn't you?!
-Why on earth would I?
-I don't know! You sent me an invitation!
-What was I to think?
-Harry! I didn't send an invitation!
You can't blame me for showing up. I even bought Boston Cream Pie -
-I asked if you wanted to have coffee on Wednesday!
What's going on? Don't fight! You're supposed to be making up!
You're ruining it, Mom! Harry won't take you back if you yell at him.
It says here in Tween Queen magazine.
Buster, I don't want Harry to take me back.
I broke up with him.
Ahem! I think that's my cue to go.
Here, keep the pie.
But why? I really like Harry.
So do I, honey,
but it's very complicated. We both have very heavy schedules, and...
Buster, can't we talk about it?
It has nothing to do with you, dear.
I'm just too busy for a relationship. Do you understand?
No, not really.
But it's OK.
HE SIGHS I'll get over it. Good night, Mom.
Good night, sweetie.
Mom? Could you leave the pie?
-Did Sue Ellen fall for it?
-Once and for all, it wasn't for Sue Ellen!
-The whole thing was a disaster!
Here, you can have your magazine back.
The heart is mysterious, Buster. Look at me and the Backstreet Boys.
First I thought I loved Nick, then Howie,
when all along it was AJ who was meant for me.
Well, you're even slower than Smechter!
Hi, Harry, what are you doing here?
I'm having a milkshake with your mother. Would you like to join us?
-You're getting a milkshake.
-You mean it worked?
No, we're broken up, but we're still friends, like you and me.
So can we still go to Green games together?
Sure! In fact, I've a project I was hoping you could help me with.
Go ahead, Mom.
Well, what do you think?
Who would have ever have thought
salami, Swiss cheese and peanut butter could be so...delicious?!
-Do you think there should be more mayo?
-Oh, no - there's plenty mayo.
-I guess it's an acquired taste.
-Well, I've acquired it.
-You better hurry - the game starts soon.
-It's OK if we're a bit late -
the Greens usually only give up two runs in the first inning. See you!
Can I get this "Buster" to go, please?
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