All Summers End

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2017
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[guitar music plays]

My love

Is blind

[man]

Alright, you ready?

[boy] Yeah.

[man] Alright, stand back.

[boy] Can I try?

Go ahead.

Get the flame right on the wick.

Careful.

OK, stand back.

[girl] Hey.

How's it going?

It's going.

Just out taking a walk.

Is it cool if I join you?

Yeah.

[man narrating]

I was young... once.

Be back by eight, yeah?

Come on, Dad.

Let's go.

[narrator] When we're young,

we think we're invincible.

[chatting indistinct]

But then life

teaches you otherwise.

I was 16-years-old

the summer I met Grace Turner.

[bell dings]

Hey. What are you doing?

I'm throwing this bridge

in the river.

Here.

Go ahead. Toss it over.

OK.

[water splashes]

[chuckles]

Doesn't this upset the fish?

No.

They just move and then

forget why they even moved

in the first place.

Whoa.

I'd hate to live like that.

Like what?

Like, not remembering things.

Think about everything

you'd lose.

All the great memories

you wouldn't have.

Well, I guess

I better get going.

OK.

What would you say if I told you

you were gonna be my first love?

What would you say to that?

Um... I don't know what I'd say.

OK. Think about it,

and get back to me when you do.

[man narrating]

I had no idea what I was doing.

Our town was trying

to kill us with boredom.

So Hunter insisted

this July 4th would be

- the greatest act of rebellion since 1776.

- [laughing]

Timmy was more concerned with the

practical matters of manhood.

The three of us were in a race to see

who could get to third base first.

So... [clears throat],

what are you...

what are you doin' tonight?

None of us wanted to lose.

[laughs]

[indistinct chatter]

[sighs]

You know,

she totally wants you, man.

I don't know.

[laughs] What do you mean

you don't know?

She told you for Christ's sake.

I guess.

Give me that.

No guessing, man, alright?

She wants it bad.

Dude, if I was you,

I'd be getting on that shit.

- [boy] Mmm.

- I mean, you gotta make sure

she knows that you're the one

calling the shots, you know.

I mean, otherwise we might as

well just forget the whole thing.

She probably just wants you

for your body anyway.

[laughing]

Yeah, probably.

- Shut up, Tim.

- Ohh!

Come on, guys,

let's get outta here.

You guys want any more of this?

- I'm good.

- Nope.

Naw? Alright,

I'm gonna chuck it.

- Do it.

- Chuck it.

- Uh-oh.

- Uh-oh.

- Here we go!

- Chuck, chuck, chuck!

Kaboom!

[all cheering]

And the crowd goes wild!

[woman] Conrad?

[adult Conrad] My father

left us five years before,

and home hadn't

been the same since.

To fill the void,

my mom had latched

on to me so tight

I could barely breathe.

So, today, things were

gonna be different,

I had an invitation

I couldn't refuse.

One way or another

I was gonna make my move.

Well, look who it is.

Come on. We're all out back.

[man] How 'bout another burger,

Conrad?

Uh, I'm OK.

C'mon, you need to put some more

meat on those bones of yours.

OK, you talked me into it.

There you go.

Eric, could you get me a beer?

[Eric] Sure thing, Dad.

[woman] It's nice of you

to join us, Connie.

Your family

didn't have any plans?

Uh, well, my mom,

she's outta town,

she's, uh,

out on business right now.

Oh, a working woman, huh?

See, honey,

I told you they existed.

That must be so hard.

Dad, tell her to stop.

How 'bout your father,

what does he do?

Oh.

Problem there, Connie?

Eric, just shut it.

See? Always with the attitude.

Be careful, man, you're gonna have

a hard time keeping her in line.

- [chuckles]

- Dad, tell him to stop.

- Gracie, relax.

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