Paul looks away. Julia knows how painful this is and won't insult him
by trying to diminish it.
Julia smiles and runs her finger across his tie knot.
I like your tie. UCLA colors.
School spirit. I am a Bruin.
The lines start moving towards the stadium. Hundreds of CHEERS rise up from the
As she walks, a sound draws Julia's attention. Standing on the lawn is a SMALL
BOY, no more than four years-old, SOBBING and clinging to his mother's legs.
Julia stops walking as she gazes at the child. The line comes to a halt behind her.
We can't graduate unless you move.
She stalks walking again. Paul puts his arms around her.
EXT. SAM'S HOUSE - GARDEN - DAY
A big, traditional house nestled in the hills. PARENTS and graduating STUDENTS
exchange polite conversation in the yard.
EXT. SAM'S HOUSE - BACK PORCH - DAY
Sitting between a pair of open french doors is "the gang" consisting of Julia
and Paul and Terry and Sam. They throw around conversation, ignoring the party.
Nobody said anything to me about the cabin being secluded.
I said it was a cabin in the woods.
I thought seclusion was a given.
I'm no good out in the woods. You know what lives in the woods?
Animals that sting. Animals that bite.
So avoid the animals.
I really appreciate you guys helping me.
I couldn't move everything alone.
Hey, it's our last chance to be together. Terry and I are excited.
Aren't we, Ter?
She's not excited.
Can I bring my cotton bedsheets to the cabin? If I try to sleep
in anything but cotton, I get hives.
Whatever makes you happy.