We're gonna be late.
You know, it's Tuesday.
I know, I was just in the neighborhood.
I've said you can't just pop by when...
Well, I'm not just gonna leave you standing out in the snow.
Really quick, we're on our way out.
Beth's here, Sam.
He has soccer practice and then a sleepover
at one of his teammates' houses.
Rather have one with me.
All right, you can have a minute
but we just gotta go.
Is that the sports pages?
Anything interesting about your beloved Knicks in there?
There's nothing beloved about the Knicks at the moment.
Alec is doing really well.
It is good, Beth.
You know what, Sam?
Can I borrow your warm hat?
Which one, the blue one?
You bought that for me.
What? It looks better on me.
It doesn't look better on you.
When the kid is right, the kid is right.
That kid is all right.
You do look better than me.
Give me one of those fists.
You said hey to Auntie Beth?
You wanna tell her what Coach James said to you?
He said that he might make be the goalie.
What did Coach James say to you about it?
He said the most trustworthy person
has to have it.
That's a huge honor.
Dude, where's your trumpet?
Here, tell her about band.
I'm only second trumpet in band.
I should be first though.
But Dillon Moore sucks up to the music teacher.
Dillon Moore sucks.
I got you a present.
A Wynton Marsalis CD.
The guy at the store said that
he is the best trumpet player ever.
This is pretty cool.
Do you mind if I hold on to this thing for you
until after you finish Mr. Pearson's science project?
And then you can play it
over and over and over and over.
Why can't we listen to it now?
What's your science project?
It's for the water cycle.
We have to make a diagram of how the water cycle works
We get to show it off.
All right, guys, we're gonna be late.
Yes, you're gonna be late.
I do think you left your trumpet in your bedroom.