We love you.
It was a nice room.
Now my ex-wife gets to come inwith her new husband.
- Where you going?
- I'm running away.- Are you? Not to--
- Running away and I'mnever coming back.
- What are you doing, Dad?- I don't know.
- What, are you tryingto pop this bed up?
- Yeah.- For what?
- I can sleep in it.
- There's a full-sizeroom with a bed in it.
- Yeah, I like it in here.
- Do you feel awkward?
- Well, yeah, I kind offeel a little awkward.
We all grieve inour own ways.
- I got to do thatfrom the inside.
- Where you at?
- It's awkward, man, come on.
- Come on.- I spent four years in prison.
I come out, she's marriedto someone else.
I mean, at least he ain'tno [bleep] [bleep].
You know what I mean?- Yeah.
- I think I should justease into there.
Not just jump right there,"Hey, what's up, man?"
- Oh, right, and beingthere at every single--
- Yeah, every moment.- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- I don't want to be--- I get it.
I think you're beingsmart about it.
Which is pretty oppositeof what you usually do.
- Hey, what you doingwith my grandbaby?
- Say, "Hi, papa."
- Oh, my God, look at her.
- Grandma wants to gohave a cigarette
so Papa can have the,
um, celery and ranch.
- Aww, celery and ranch.
- Look at her laughing.Ha-ha.
- Thank you!
- Look at her face.
Look at that.
What you got?
- It's a veryemotional day.
Hopefully, Catelynn'sanxiety passes.
[baby cooing, Butch laughing]
I think she's nervous about
Carly meeting Novaand stuff, but, you know?
- Oh, really? I'm sureshe got some thoughts that--
they wish it was for real,you know what I mean?
Like, it was--
- I think she's very happy,
but it's also very emotional.