Henry and Me


Yeah, I got this a few years back.

Been very inspiring.

Still setting up in there, hmph.

You ever notice doctors

are always running late?

I'd have gotten fired if

I was late for my job.

Hey, wanna see some magic?



Your name's Jack.

I knew that'd get a

reaction out of you.

But I'll tell you a secret:

it's written on the

underside of your cap.

Well it's been great

chatting with you, Jack.

Always nice to run into

a fellow Yankees fan.

Too bad our boys in pinstripes gotta

lose one every now and then, huh?

It's not over.

Excuse me? Did you say something?

It's not over... 'til it's over.

Well, that's what I thought you said.

That's very profound.

I believe that, too.

Listen, Jack, I was thinking...

if I can swing it, you wanna watch the

game while you're waiting to go in?

No, I thought you

said you were a fan.

I don't think there's time.

World's biggest excuse.

If it's important enough,

you find the time.

Well, maybe we can

watch a few minutes.

I was hoping you'd say that.

Wait, what... What's happening!

- Jack, Jack, it's fine.

- Fine. This is not fine.

- We're going...

- Mom!

- To watch...

- Dad!

The game!

Hang on, Jack!

- Hang on!

- Nurse Cyndi!

Help me!

How did you do that?

I touched my lapel pin.

Didn't you see me?

But I mean how did you all of this?

Like I said,

by touching my lapel pin.

Boy kid, you gotta

learn to listen better.


- Nolen!

- Going on another journey, I see.


Is Henry taking you

to Yankee Stadium?

I... I, uh, don't know.

Well, you look a little strange for

someone going to a ball game.


I don't know how I got here.

It's not how you got

here that's important.

It's where you're going that is.

Oh, no! Henry!

I have to go back.

I... I... I can't do this.

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