Why you running, Frank?
You don't wanna play with us?
I know a game,but we need another player.
It's called pound the hillbilly.
Mommy, not coming, little Frankie.
What about your daddy? Doesn't have one.
I do have a father.
Who did you piss off this time?
I get my face smashed in and it's my fault?
I called for you.
I had the radio on.
Corky heard me. Dogs have better hearing.
Life is tough.
Sometimes there's nobody there to help you.
Ow, ow, ow. Ooh, what's the matter?
Trouble at school.
Hey, you should see the other kids.
Yeah, well, does you mother know?
Where is her ladyship?
Think she'll be happy to see me?
What are you doing here?
Well, I just came to see your beautiful smile.
What do you want? I want to see my son.
Well, you just saw him, now leave.
Come on, Frank, let's go inside.
Let's go inside! No!
Frank is gonna stay right here.
Give us a chance to catch up, okay, son?
How the hell did you find us?
Well you're not exactly Miss Inconspicuous.
I told you to leave.
And I'm telling you the judge ordered you to stay in Chicago
and to notify the court and or me
if you intended to leave.
Well the judge only knows the law,
but I know what's best for my son.
To raise him without his father?
I only married you out of pity.
A promise I made to my mother on her death bed.
God knows what she ever saw in you.
I know you never wanted me.
But I also know that you never wanted him.
You just don't want me to have him.
Get the hell out!
I love that boy.
Something that you'll never understand.
So you can runaway, hide,
and whatever your deranged mind can think up,
but I promise you this,
that if I can't see my son,
the judge hears you skipped town,
and I get full custody.
Now you know I have to be in the city for work.
Can't stay here.
But what if you came to visit me
every other weekend in Chicago?
Yeah. Pick you up on Saturday.
I want you to go now.
Can Pop stay for dinner? No, he can't.
But it's gonna get dark soon. Well then he better get going.
It's okay, all right?
We're gonna see each other on Saturday.
Well, there's only one way to make a promise.
Get up, stand on that side of the fence.
Cowboys binding contract.
I stand on this side.
Now we shake hands.
I give you my word.
I wish you could stay.
Well, you got a hug for your old man?
Oh, man, how'd you get so strong?
Well, maybe this will tide you over till Saturday.
Just don't let your mom see it.
Now I'll always be with you.
So long, cowboy.
A little too hot.
13-11, 13-11, come in.
License and registration,please.
Is there a problem, officer?
I clocked you going 69.
We were going 55.
What's your name, son?
Well, Brad Why,
I'm talking to Candice here.
You see, if I was talking to you I'd be looking at you
and words would be coming out of my mouth.
Kinda like what's happening right now.
You gonna put cuffs on me?
Not this time.
But I do have your address
so if there's any more misbehaving,
I'll pay you a visit.
Now you think you can keep out of trouble?
Get outta here.
Remain in the vehicle.
Keep your hands where I can see 'em.
License and registration, please, ma'am.
Hey, calm down, lady. Pig!
Scum! Go to hell! Hey, hey!
Ow, you're hurting me!
Get off. Stop fighting me!