Rodeo and Juliet

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2015
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[soft rock music playing]

[cell phone ringing]

[ringing, beeps]

[Woman] Hello?

Juliet, are you there?

Juliet!

Rose, can you hear me? Okay?

If he doesn't ask you out

by Thursday,

- you have to walk away.

- But he's so cute!

Yes, I know!

But he needs to show you

a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T, dude.

Juliet! Hang up, log off,

whatever. Ready to go. Go!

[cell phone beeping]

Hey, let me call you back.

Catherine's beeping through.

What is in my bag?

Hello?

Juliet, don't go!

Yeah, as if I had a choice.

But for the whole

Christmas break?

Yeah, my mom has basically canceled

Christmas, so that's awesome.

[cell phone beeping]

Uh, let me call you back.

Cleo is beeping through now.

Tell me it's not true!

Yeah, I'm officially

going to be stuck

in the sticks of Louisiana

- where the zip code is Ee-ai-ee-ai-oh.

- No Rock Center?

No Saks 5th Ave?

How will you survive?

I don't know.

Juliet, we're leaving!

- Now!

- Mom!

Now.

Hello?

Hello?

Juliet! C'mon, help me! [grunts]

[exhales]

You haven't said much

in a couple of days.

Yeah, well, there's not

much to say.

Who are you texting?

Does it matter?

C'mon. I... I don't even know

why I bother talking to you.

You know, it's a mystery

to me as well.

[sighs]

Did you get

your homework turned in?

- Yes, I did.

- Yay.

Turned it in at 11:59,

right at the deadline.

Just in the nick of time!

Just... your style.

At least I did it.

Okay.

[sighs]

Ms. Karen-Anne!

The famous romance writer!

It's been almost twenty years!

Lawrence, you look

the same as I remember!

And I'm not that famous.

[laughs]

Uh, New York best seller?

That qualifies you in my book.

[laughs] Thank you.

You must be Ms. Juliet?

- Yeah.

- I'm so glad to meet you.

Yeah, this is Judge Lawrence.

He's... was...

your grandfather's

oldest and best friend.

[Judge] Yes, ma'am.

If you girls need anything,

y'all just let me know.

Cell phone service

would be great!

Coverage is a little scarce

out here, ma'am.

It kinda comes and goes.

Could this be worse?

[Judge] Yeees!

You kinda have to hunt for it.

Try over there

by that big oak tree.

Which one's an oak tree?

Uh, the one that looks like oak.

Oh.

[Judge] Haha.

Oh.

This ranch is looking fantastic.

Hugh Anderson has been keeping

it up for the past few weeks.

Hugh? I... I didn't know that

he was still around.

Yes, ma'am! Hugh is the one that kept

your daddy on his feet all these years.

Him and his nephew, Marty.

Oh.

I'm sorry I didn't make it

to the service.

I was in London on a book signing

tour, and I was really busy...

It happened all of a sudden.

Heart attacks are like that.

I think the truth is...

Your daddy was just worn out

trying to keep this place going.

Yeah! Yeah, I used to tell him that all the time.

It's not he would ever listen to me, though.

Complaining...

was not his style.

[laughs]

I'm not sure what his style was.

I've been putting

his papers together,

so if you want to stop by my office

tomorrow afternoon, we'll go over them.

Okay, so there's no service.

Is there Internet in the house?

- [laughing]

- Uh...

You wanna tell her?

I don't think your granddaddy

knew what that is.

There's wifi in town.

- She's got your spark!

- Oh, she sure does!

- Like a downed power line.

- [both laughing]

Mom, what is that smell?

Oh, that would be fresh air!

- [both laughing]

- Let's get a drink.

- All right.

- Okay.

Good morning.

- Morning.

- Um...

Unpacking does not consist

of throwing all your

clothes on your floor.

- I'll pick them up.

- When?

I mean, are we going

anywhere soon?

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