In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, amen.
And I heard a voice of heaven saying, "Happy are the dead
who die in union with the Lord, from this time onward."
"Yes," says the spirit, "let them rest,
for their labors, the things they did,
go right with them forever."
In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, amen.
- God bless you. - Thank you.
Oh, my God.
Oh, thanks for coming, huh?
- Thank you. - Hi, John.
I'm Mary, Charlie's girlfriend.
Good to meet you.
I'm so sorry about your wife Sandra.
Charlie told me so much about her
and what a wonderful woman she was.
She was, yeah.
Is he gonna be OK?
Yeah, but he's pretty banged up, I gotta tell ya.
The motorcycle accident really did a number on him.
But the good news is his surgery is next week.
What is most concerning is his left leg.
But I'm optimistic that if he responds positively to surgery,
he'll be able to keep it.
Stay strong, brother.
You too, Charlie. You too.
I'll be seeing you soon.
Drinks on me!
- What? - That's it.
- What? - No more, John.
Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, unh-unh.
The bar is closed.
No! I want one for the road!
- You're not driving home. - You watch me.
- Oh, yeah? Hah. - Yeah!
Thanks for calling me.
Come on, what is this?
You call my daughter, Lucas?
I have empathy for you losing your wife,
but don't be a jackass.
Come on, let's get you home.
I don't wanna go home.
Dad, come on.
Come on, Dad. Richard's waiting for me.
Let's go, we gotta go.
This way. Dad.
Hey, hey, hey, hey. Where do you think you're going?
- Out. - I asked you where.
And what time you coming home?
You fucking kidding me?
I'm the parent, not you.
You think you're acting like the parent?
Maybe you should try putting the bottle down.
Deal with him, Kate.
What's it say?
Give me that!
Any other secrets, Dad?
Let me explain.
Haven't you done enough?
I promise, I just found out about this.
I only read the letter last night!
How could you do that to Mom?
It's your job to hold this family together.
Well, look at you standing up,
standing tall, standing proud, Master Sergeant.
You, uh... sober enough to talk?
Now, you've been here two seconds
and already you're busting my balls.
What's going on?
I'm getting married.
It couldn't be to that Mary.
She's way too smart for that.
I know it's crazy, but...
Me getting married.
Even crazier, someone wanting to marry me.
I see you got the bike out.
Well, I thought she needed some attention.
I wanted to take a ride, it's been way too long.
Where are you headed?
East toward Montauk, or the North Shore?
The great northwest, Master Sergeant.
I'll come with ya.
I really think I need to do this one alone.
Hey, you just got out of the wheelchair, come on.
No, you're right.
I ain't thinkin' straight with this medication they got me on.
And I need a damn walking stick to get around.
Who needs that shit, right?
You pullin' that reverse psychology on me?
It was worth a shot.
When you heading out?
I think next Friday.
keep the chrome up on this rusty motherfucker.
I hope this ride is everything you want it to be.
And if you see my father,
tell him to come home in one piece.
We miss him.
I know you had your reasons why
you didn't want to tell me about it.
You gotta take me with you.
Now, how did you know I was here?
Where else were you gonna start this journey from?