Women are victims, and so are you. Homer Wells: Nobody special enough, Curly. Before Homer can answer, the women interrupt. As they're leaving, Homer waves good-bye--the pickers calling out to him. But Homer yearns for a self-chosen life outside the orphanage. Like bedtime stories at the orphanage, he thinks; however, the picker's attitude is suspicious, reserved.
I've seen him do it! Nobody will ever adopt him. Wally is left alone in the corridor. The men groan, in mock disappointment. Homer Wells has found a family. He drank himself to death.
Rose is looking at Homer's surgical instruments when Rose Rose joins him. I mean, maybe if I'm lucky enough, someone else will decide and choose and do things for me. We see the men circle each other: Jack takes a swipe at Mr. I thought that freedom of choice was obviously democratic - was obviously American! Wally stops walking; they both stop. Arthur Rose: And I love her! Larch Defending himself against Homer's accusations, Dr. Rose is, you have to let him be the boss. The two stop when they see what's going on--not to mention Larch's stern expression.
Fuzzy coughs and coughs while Larch fumbles with the projector. Yesterday, I learned how to poison mice. If that shed was better organized, I could put my truck in there. She gets up and goes toward the kitchen area in her nightshirt; she stops at an unused bed, now covered with white rubber sheeting--Homer's medical instruments are displayed and ready. They all find depth in roles that have been done before--especially Caine who speaks with a very convincing Maine accent! As long as the bleeding isn't heavy, it's normal. Melony is an extremely stoic woman, who refuses to press charges against a man who brutally broke her nose and arm so that she can later take revenge herself.
Rose puts his arm around him. Conditions at the orphanage are very sparse, but the children are treated with love and respect, and they are like an extended family. He said it would never stand up to Homer Wells going off to war. You're going to be okay. First when my father died, and now I'm on leave to help my mother-- I'm just trying to get her ready for the harvest.
It's always a good idea to have a doctor along for the ride. Larch has diagnosed that he has a heart condition. Buster nods, but he's totally bewildered. We don't get any good presents at Christmas, anyway. Wally returns from Burma a paraplegic, and although she loves Homer, Candy decides to go where she is most needed. Distracted, Homer drops another couple of apples, which Mr.
You don't have to go anywhere. Larch wets his finger with the stuff, then touches it to his tongue. Rose and Rose Rose arguing. Candy nods They'll ease up, almost entirely. Larch, What I'm learning her may not be as important as what I learned from you, but everything is new to me.
Dickens was a personal favorite of Dr. Fuzzy: Did she grow up around here? Jack pulls a knife on Mr. That's called flying over the hump. Homer examines Mary Agnes' tongue. Olive has an armful of clothing and a fairly sizable package; she brings the latter over to Homer. Although Candy held tightly to his hand, Homer was inclined to hurry - in order not to miss the bedtime story.
Now, I believe ya have your own mess ya gotta deal with. The truth is, I want to stay here. They're going to replace me, Homer! Larch plucks Fuzzy from in front of the phonograph and zips him into the breathing tent. Please don't smoke in bed. But it's closed all the time now, because of the blackout. Homer Wells: You're having sex with your own daughter. Candy looks at him; he isn't joking.
He faces away from her. Eventually it becomes clear that Rose is an incest victim, and Homer must decide whether to offer her an abortion. Larch, what I am learning here may not be as important as what I learned from you, but everything is new to me. What could I do with him? Rose lies in his bed in the exact same fetal position as his daughter; he too, is listening to Candy. The couple enters the orphanage, where we hear the sound of babies.