What's going onwith you two?
I want to know.
- What do you want to do?Hmm?
- I got what I want.- Okay, well--
- I'm--I'm pretty happyright now.
Would I marry youtomorrow?
- Good thing I wasn't gonnaask you tomorrow.
- Well, it's not--it's just--
I'm not ready.
- I just like the securityof it--the security of it.
I got, you know...
- So have you talked to Tyler
about how you feel about wantingto get married tomorrow?
- Kind of, like, yeah--yeah,I've talked to him.
- What does he think?
- He says, "Dad..."[chuckles]
He says, "Well,I think it's kind of soon,
but if you wereto marry anybody," he said,
"I'm glad it's Nadine."He really--he likes you.
- He did not.He did not say that.
- Yeah, he did.He likes you a lot.
But listen, Mattstopped over one morning.
- At Tyler's?
- And we were cookingbreakfast. We ate breakfast.
We were talking about whenI was--before I got locked up,
I went on a cocaine binge--three or four days.
So Tyler sayssomething to me.
I said, "Well,
apparently I love cocainemore than I do you."
I--you know,I didn't mean it.
But, I mean, I was thinking,you know, maybe I do.
'Cause listen, I'mout there in--in the D
for four or five dayssmoking this bull[bleep].
My kids are out here.
Like, I didn't knowit rocked 'em like that.
It kind of rocked 'empretty good.
Some things I justdon't--can't comprehend.
I need help.I mean, I know I need some kind
of help in that area.
- Well, how did you feelwhen your mother left?
- I felt terrible.- Well, okay.
Tyler's the same way...- But--
- Only it was his dad,and it happened to be you.
- I know,but I wouldn't--listen,
I think Tyler's got to--- No, you listen.
You know howyou have issues
that you don't wantto go through?
Well, he does too.
So you--- Okay.
- He still has you to help himthrough that.
I don't know, maybego back to counseling
so you can do for himwhat you can't have done