All aboard, girls!
Welcome home, honey! - Hi, Daddy!
Mom! - Hi!
Wait. Did you get taller?
Yes, I did. - Wow.
So good. Okay. Oh, here it is.
Let's get your trunk. - Yes.
I double-parked the car and they're already mad at me.
What car? - Oh, we bought a car.
We bought got a car? - Yeah!
What for? - I'll explain later.
It's that big blue one right over there.
In the middle of the road.
Hey, lady, you kidding me? - Sorry!
Sorry, we're going. One second. - There's my girl!
Oh, God, I missed you! - Me, too!
Lady, you can't stop in the middle of the street. Let's go!
I'm sorry. Promise, two more seconds. - Come on, lady.
Welcome home gift.
Oh, you made this? - From scratch.
Aw! - It's cashmere.
I did everything but shave the goat.
Margaret! Can you just... - Let's go, ladies.
I'm so sorry. Yeah, get the bottom there.
Okay. You got it. - Here we go. Okay.
Right on, girls. - All right, here we go.
Oh, God. - Heavy.
Watch out for the...
Watch out for the bike. - Oh, God.
Here we go.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, hey. I would've done it.
I would've done it. Please, please.
Oh, my God. Amazing. - We got it.
Dad! - Hello! Oh, my goodness!
I'm so glad to see you. - Me, too!
Look at that! What happened?
So, how was camp? - It was amazing.
So, you were in a play? - Yep!
Oh, my God. That's incredible.
What are those boxes for? - Don't worry about that.
I want to hear more about camp.
What else did you learn?
What else did you do? - You're moving.
What? - Really, Mom?
Sylvia. You promised.
Look, it's... Look, we we're...
She saw the boxes.
She was putting it together. - I don't think she was.
We're moving? - Okay.
Look, we wanted you to settle in before we sprung the news.
But, um, your dad got his promotion.
Yeah. Isn't that great? - And we found
this great house. -Oh, the best house.
The best house. - Where?
Well, that's the thing. We got really lucky. And...
New Jersey. -Ah...
New Jersey? - I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I said I'd stay out of it.
We're leaving New York?
Barely leaving New York.
It's just on the other side of the river.
But we're happy here. We don't need to move.
No, we don't need to move but we want to move. Right?
I'll have to leave all of my friends
and change schools
and I'll never see Grandma anymore.
That is not true.
Look, you're going to keep all your friends here
and you're going to make more friends. And listen to this.
I'm not going to work anymore.
Do you know what that means?
That means that I'm not going to be gone all the time.
Running from class to class.
God. Do you know how bad I felt about that?
But you love teaching art.
Oh, yeah. Yeah, I do, I do, but...
But this is, this is our opportunity.
I'll be home now.
I can be home with you every single day.
I'll get involved at your school,
just like all your friends' moms.
And we'll have family dinners and I'll learn to cook.
I know it's a lot.
Can you just try to believe us?
I love you so much. Come here.
Come here. You, too. And you, Sylvia.
Sylvia. Come on. - Come on, Mom. Come on.
Come on. You know you want to.
Okay, okay, I'm coming, I'm coming.
There we go. - Oh, my darling.
I'm never going to see you again.
Wow. - So dramatic all the time.
What are you taking her over there
with the schmucks and the condos on the other side of the Hudson?
But we're not going to be in a condo.
And those mafia diners,
where they shoot each other...
Are you there, God?
It's me... Margaret Simon.
I just wanted... Well...
First, I've, I've heard a lot of great things about you.
I don't want to move.
I've never lived anywhere but the city, and...
I... I don't want to do this.
Please, I'm begging you.
Just please, just stop this move from happening.
Um, if... if you can't do that...
Just please don't let New Jersey be too horrible.
Okay, you. You need some light.
They smell bad?
Oh, they don't smell good, honey.
You're going to be there very soon. Believe me.
I'll get it.