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So even if Columbus got lost and wasn't the first to discover America,
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he's still my hero.
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He was really brave to sail such a tiny ship over a really big ocean,
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and because of him, we get Columbus Day off of school.
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Thank you, Heather. Ronnie, tell us about your hero.
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What's he writing?
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Hachiko was my grandfather Wilson's dog.
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Everyone called Hachi a mystery dog
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because they never really knew where he came from.
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Maybe Hachi escaped from a dog pound.
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Or maybe he jumped out of somebody's car
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from someplace far away like Florida or New Jersey.
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But no matter how, Hachi was lost.
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Hey, it's a little puppy.
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But no matter how It happened,
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a long time ago, in the town my grandfather lived in,
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Hachi appeared at the train station,
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and that's where their story began.
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No, it was great. I loved the musicians.
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No, no, no, I'll walk. I'll walk.
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Yeah, I love you, too. Bye.
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Hey, buddy. Are you lost? Come here.
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You lost here, bud?
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Someone must be looking for you.
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Little guy was wandering around.
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Really? Out on the platform?
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On the platform, yeah.
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Well, good for you for finding him.
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Yeah.
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Well, I'll tell you what.
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This little crate was out there. It was broken.
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I don't know what's going on, but...
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Oh.
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Anyhow, someone's gonna be here for him. Yeah.
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So if you'll just hold him here.
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You just hold him till they come.
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No, I can't do that.
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I can't do that, Professor.
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Well, he was out... No one's gonna leave this dog. There's...
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No, I know that. I know no one's gonna leave it.
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They'll be back for it. So you take him with you,
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and when anyone shows up, I'll tell them that you have him.
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Someone's gonna be here. They're gonna come for him.
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No, you don't understand. Really, just, just...
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I'm gonna have to put this in here for like the whole night if nobody comes.
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If they're not here, I'll lock him in here and he'll be safe for the night,
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but all I can do is take him to the pound in the morning.
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Good thing it's Friday, you know?
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We'll find out where you're headed.
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Until then, you can stay with me in a nice warm house.
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How's that? Yeah?
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All right. Here you go.
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Sit right here. Sit right there. Okay, yeah. Here you go.
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Okay. Stay, stay. Chew on those. It's okay.
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Stay.
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Hello, handsome.
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Hi.
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Hi. How'd it go?
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It was great.
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Good. You miss me?
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Not a bit. You?
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No. Didn't think about you once.
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I have a little surprise.
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Yeah, well, I have a little surprise for you, too.
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Come on. We have some catching up to do.
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Yeah.
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Catching up. Okay, we'll catch up.
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Did you hear something?
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That was a branch against the window.
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I ran into this interesting situation at the station tonight.
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Why don't you tell me about it in the morning? How does that sound?
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What am I gonna do?
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Okay, okay. Okay, it's all right.
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Parker!
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We had an agreement. I know, I know.
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Or did you forget?
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No, I didn't forget.
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No, it was... He was at the train station. I mean, just kind of lost.
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Carl was gonna send him to the pound tomorrow and I thought...
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You just thought you'd bring him home and talk me into keeping him, right?
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No, no, I don't want to keep him. I don't.
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Tomorrow morning I'm getting up,
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and I'll find out exactly where he belongs, okay?
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I promise you, I will do that.
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All right. This was Luke's stuff.
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Okay, okay.
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Okay, here you go. In there.
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There you go.
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Now look. Lots of good stuff here.
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That's warm. You got that.
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It's pretty cold.
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You like this? Yeah? This was Luke's favorite.
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Okay. Okay, here's your water.
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Some story you could tell, huh? Couldn't you? Yeah.
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Okay, buddy.
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That's better.
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Good night, buddy.
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You know, you're the one who should be in the doghouse.
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I promise I won't bite your toe.
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Puppy! Puppy!
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Hey, puppy! Puppy! Puppy, come on! That's good.
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Good puppy.
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Dad, I love him.
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Does he have a name yet?
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Yes, he does. "Temporary Guest. "
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You have to keep him.
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Dad, the house feels so empty since Luke's been gone.
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Ask your mother.
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Mom? Yeah?
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Could you come here, please?
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Look, he even likes your music.
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Really!
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I can't believe it! This is a wonder dog!
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I absolutely have to keep this dog.
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No more dogs.
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Don't encourage him.
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I won't.
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You're so mean.
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Dad, he's gonna jump out of that. Here.
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Oh, yeah, that's great.
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Try this. I love it.
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Does he fit? I think so.
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You in there, bud? Yeah!
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No, that's good. I like it. Great.
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So, you saw Michael last night?
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Yeah.
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We drove over to the look-out, watched the comets.
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It was beautiful.
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Very romantic.
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It was.
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Definitely happened more often...
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Whoa!
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Are you the... Can I help you, pal?
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Yeah, yeah. I just found this little guy at the station last night.
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Can you board him until we find his owner?
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Board him? No, we can't board him.
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This isn't a boarding service. It's a pound, pal.
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Look, I just found him. What am I gonna do with him?
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Let's see.
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Yeah.
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He's cute. That'll help with adoption, but we give them two weeks.
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Come on.
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Two weeks?
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Yeah. We're packed.
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Excuse me.
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I'll call you next week then. All right. Bye-bye.
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Morning, Mary Anne.
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How you doing, Parker?
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I'm doing great. I was wondering if I could ask you for a favor.
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Sure, anything.
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Look at this!
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Hey, little one! Hello. Hello!
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Oh, he's gorgeous! Where'd you come from?
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He was wandering around the station last night.
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Hi, sweetheart.
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I don't know, it's very strange.
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Really? He's adorable.
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I just want to put that up. Yeah?
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Okay, fine, fine.
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Window? Hello. Yeah, right over there.
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Any one of those.
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Parker, this dog is just fabulous.
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You wouldn't be interested, would you?
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What, the puppy?
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A fine young puppy like that.
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What do you think, Antonia? New roommate?
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Oh! No! Antonia!
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Yeah, yeah.
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Morning, Mr. Professor.
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Jasjeet.
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One sugar, two cream, coming up. Hey, what have you got there?
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I got a new friend here. You want a dog?
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I prefer cash.
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He'd be a great guard dog for you, wouldn't he?
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Guard dog to guard the hot dogs? I don't think so.
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I don't think so, either.
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Seriously, man, why you want a dog?
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Every day you have to walk him, feed him, clean him, pick up the poop.
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How many of these can I have for him?
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On the house.
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Too much trouble. Yeah, you're right.
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Thank you, Jas.
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My pleasure.
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Hey, any news?
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No. Nobody came, nobody showed up, nobody called.
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Nobody?
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Strange. Really strange.
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Can you hold him a second?
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Yeah.
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You're cute.
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I made up some flyers. Would you put that up for me?
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Come on.
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All right, I'll put them up for you.
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What a sweetheart you are.
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I know, I know, I know.
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Come on.
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He really likes being in the bag.
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Thanks.
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Professor, no dogs on the train.
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No dogs on the train.
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Thank you.
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Okay, hold on a second. Let me try something.
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We skip the repeat of the first section
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and go directly to the lyrical section.
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Okay. Let's try that.
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But just it means you've got to build up quicker. You don't have to...
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And when we get to the lyrical section,
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just big breaths, big breaths.
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Don't forget to breathe.
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Hello.
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That's great.
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You don't want a puppy, do you? You want a puppy?
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This was the only thing left on the crate.
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Mmm. "Yamanashi. "
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That's all I can read.
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What's that?
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It's a part of central Japan.
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No ordinary dog, Parker.
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No.
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It's an Akita, or Akita, as you'd say.
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It's a very special breed.
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Yeah?
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What is that? Hachi.
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What? It's Japanese for "Eight. "
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Number of good fortune.
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Oh. Good fortune.
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Very nice.
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Hachi. Hachi.
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That's a good name. I like that.
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He might have been born eighth in the litter.
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Spiritual significance in number eight
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reaches up to heaven, comes down to Earth.
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Hmm.
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So what do you think? Do you want him?
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Me?
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No, I think he's made his choice.
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Meaning what?
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Well, meaning he's your problem, not mine, brother.
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You're not a problem, are you?
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Well...
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Whether you found him or he found you, who's to say?
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It's meant to be.
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He was also saying that the shoguns bred these Akitas for combat and hunting.
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So I guess in a way, they're kind of dog royalty.
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Did Ken give you any ideas where you could find this royal dog a home?
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I put up 10 flyers already.
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You know, someone's going to claim Hachi.
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Who's Hachi?
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This...
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It's what was on his collar. That's the symbol.
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You named him? No, I didn't...
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Parker, you want to keep him.
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No, I do not. You do. You do.
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I don't want to keep him.
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Admit it. Admit it. You do.
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You want to keep him. I wasn't even thinking about it.
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Yes.
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Hachi?
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Where'd you go?
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Oh, no!
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Parker, that's months of hard work!
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Cate, I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
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I want him to stay out there all night, Parker.
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Yes, yes. He's not coming back in. Do you hear me?
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I hear you. End of discussion.
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I hear you. I heard you before, I hear you right now.
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Four months of work.
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Hachi.
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Come on, buddy. Come on, here.
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Yeah.
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Yeah, you're coming inside.
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Let's go.
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Okay.
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See if I can find you here.
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Yeah, there you are.
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Your bloodline goes back at least 4, 000 years, maybe much more.
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Yeah. What else we got here?
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Yeah.
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You like that?
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It says the first partnership
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between man and animals was with you.
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Did you know about that?
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Did you know that already? You did, didn't you? Yeah, think you did.
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Shut this down.
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Let's see if we can settle you down now.
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Hey, this looks pretty good, huh?
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All right, stay there. Stay there now. Okay?
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All right, stay.
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Stay. Stay there.
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At some point he establishes inside so that the Braves hitters...
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Okay.
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...don't lean out there and start shooting the ball
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into right field, which is what they did in Game 2.
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I'll just stay for a little bit.
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Two and one for him.
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Runner at second, two out.
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It stays fair, Lopez, very good play to end the inning.
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Excuse me.
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Don't...
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I was just coming up.
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Yeah. Yeah, sure.
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Just one night. One night only, okay? Be a good boy.
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Stay there. All right, you'll be fine.
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I can't believe it.
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He loves the Yankees.
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No, really? Really? He does.
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Oh, this is gonna be fun.
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All right, Hachi, this is what we're gonna do.
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This is a ball. Ball, throw.
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You go get it, you bring it back, okay?
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Okay? You ready? Go get it.
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Go get it.
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No, no, no, the ball.
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Hach. Hachi. Hachi, Hachi, Hachi. Hey, Hachi.
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Hachi.
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Now I'll throw it, you bring it back, okay? Here we go.
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Go get it.
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Hachi. No, no, no. Get the ball.
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Hachi, come here. Hachi, come on.
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Go get it. Come here, come here, come here. Hachi, Hachi.
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See the ball? See the ball? Come here.
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Hachi. Hachi, come here.
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Come here. You can do this, I know you can.
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I just think you're being a little tough about it.
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The clog's in a fix and Dad's just trying to do the right thing.
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Okay. Okay.
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Mom.
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Hachi, Hachi. The ball. Ball, ball, ball.
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Get the ball. Come on now.
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He's lost it.
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Hachi. Hey, hey.
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Hello?
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The puppy flyers, yes. Are you the clog's owner?
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No, no one's come forward yet.
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We just want to make sure the dog has a good home.
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Could I get your number? I'm sure my husband would want to call you.
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Hold on a second, I need to find a pen. Hold on, okay?
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Hachi, Hachi, Hachi. Come here.
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Hachi. Good.
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Hachi.
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Hi, Hachi. Hachi.
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Hey, Dad, let me get a picture.
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Hello?
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Hey, boy.
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The clog's already been taken.
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Yes. I'm really sorry.
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Hachi.
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Whoa! No, no, no! Hach. Hach. Hach, Hach.
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Okay, come on. Come on, take it in. Take it in.
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No, you can't go. Can't go. I gotta go to work.
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See you back here tonight. Bye.
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Good morning, Mr. Professor. Good morning.
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You're a little late today.
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Already waiting. Thank you.
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One sugar, two cream.
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Last call for the 8: 32 express to Providence.
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The final boarding call for the 8: 32 express to Providence.
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Excuse me, excuse me.
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Hachi!
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What are you doing here?
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What are you doing here? What are you doing?
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You gotta go home, okay? Go.
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No, go home. Go home, go on.
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I gotta get on the train. Go, go.
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Okay, come on. Gotta go home. Come on.
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Professor, you want me to hold it?
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Yeah, could you?
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Thirty seconds.
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Thanks.
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Go home, go home. Okay, go. Go on, go home.
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Hey, Chuck, we're holding it up for a moment, all right?
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Go home. Go home! Go, go, go!
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Go on home. Come on, Hachi, go on home.
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Go home, go on.
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He's really got him trained, doesn't he?
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Good boy!
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Professor?
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Okay. Thanks, Carl.
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You sure? Yeah, yeah.
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All right, let her go. Let her go.
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Want me to call you a cab?
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No, I'll walk him home. It's all right.
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Oh, man!
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Parker?
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I thought you left for work.
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I did.
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You're gardening now?
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He got out. I missed the train.
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Oh!
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Don't say it. No. Here.
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I know what you're gonna say.
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Now here, let me do this.
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You're gonna get filthy. I'll fill it in. Get the next train.
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Okay. Thanks.
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And you, you stay.
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He will.
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See you tonight. Bye.
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Here's a treat. Here's a treat.
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All right, okay. Okay, just one more. Just one more. That's it.
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Hold on, hold on.
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Okay?
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Is that good?
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Okay.
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All right, all right. This is the last one.
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There you go. Good boy, Hachi.
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All right.
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Okay. One last one.
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There you go.
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That's great. That is really great, everybody. I'm proud of you.
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Sorry I was late again.
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All right? I'm off the hook?
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Yeah.
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Good. Thank you.
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Hey, Hachi. What are you doing here?
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Hi. Hey, Hachi!
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Hey! How you doing? What are you doing here?
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Bedridge Station.
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Look at you!
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Yes. Yes, ma'am, we got one at 7: 30.
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You okay?
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He been here all day?
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No, no, no. He just showed up two minutes ago.
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He went right there.
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You're kidding.
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Have you seen Cate?
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I haven't seen her.
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All right. Okay.
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I don't know, I guess we'll go home.
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All right. Okay.
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You son of a gun.
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Come on.
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Come on, boy.
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Come on. Come on.
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Mom?
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Yeah, sweetie, I'm in here.
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Hey, hi.
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Hi.
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I got the chips. Hi, honey. Oh, thanks.
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Hey, Mrs. Wilson, good to see you.
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Hi. Oh, Michael, nice to see you.
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Call me Cate. Okay.
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Thank you. Thank you.
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Everything looks delicious.
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Oh, good. Yeah, that's a great spread.
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Why don't you take this to Dad? Sure.
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He's out back. Let's get this started.
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The grill's ready? It's getting there, yeah.
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Nice to see you. Should I chop these?
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You, too. Yeah, that'd be great, hon.
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Let's see...
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You know, I actually took guitar lessons for a little bit, when I was a kid.
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Did you?
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Yeah, like when I was nine or 10 years old.
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I had to stop because my brother slammed my fingers in the car door.
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I mean, he always said it was an accident, but after that I just...
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I don't know, I stopped practicing. I wish I didn't, though,
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because I really...
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It's just, I love music, you know, and I have so much respect for musicians
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and people who play instruments...
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Michael, do you love my daughter?
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Yes, sir. Yes, I do.
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Well, that's good because that's what you want to remember on the bad days.
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Right.
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Hachi, this is Michael. Michael, Hachi.
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Pleased to meet you.
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Hachi. Hey, you wanna play a little catch?
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Yeah? Ready? Okay, go get the ball. Go get it!
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There it is! Get the ball. It's right there. Go!
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Hachi, go get it.
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Go! Go get the ball. Go get it.
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Michael, you want to get that ball back,
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you're gonna have to get it yourself. Hachi doesn't fetch.
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He doesn't do it.
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Okay.
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Are you all right? Are you okay? Totally good.
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Totally good. Keep playing. Honey, are you okay?
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Are you okay? Totally.
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Are you sure? I'm gonna get the ball.
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Okay. I'm good.
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Look at that.
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Are you really okay?
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Don't let me disrupt the game. Okay. Okay.
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Are you all right? Are you okay?
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He was just distracting you there. Okay.
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If I throw the ball just one foot, you go get it, okay?
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Really? Even if I just toss it right here,
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he's not gonna get it? You're not?
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Fetch? Fetch, right.
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I throw, he brings back. He won't do it.
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Not Akitas, Parker.
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What, they have something against fetching?
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No. You want a dog that fetches, you get a collie, you get a springer spaniel.
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No, Hachi's fine with me. I'm okay.
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Well, good, because Akitas are not into people-pleasing.
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What are they into?
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He comes to the train because he has a special connection with you.
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"Here, buddy. Go get that ball. " Why would he do that?
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For fun? For a cookie?
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Because it'd make me happy, basically.
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They can't be bought.
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They're Japanese, not American.
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Give me a break, man.
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Well, if he's gonna fetch, it'll be for a very special reason.
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I'll find a reason.
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No, no, no. No, Hach, come on. You can't go.
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I'm sorry, but you can't go. Come on.
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Come on.
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No, stay.
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Okay, come on. Come on. It's all right, come on.
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Come on, come on.
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Hey, Hach! Hach! Hach! Hach!
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Come on, come on.
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Hey, Hach. Hach!
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Let's go. Come on. Come on! Come on!
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Good morning, Milton. Morning. How are you?
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How you doing today?
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Myra. Morning, Parker.
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Stay out of the sun.
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Good morning, Mr. Professor.
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Hey, good morning. Good morning, Parker.
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He won't bite, huh? Thank you.
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No, no, he's doing really good.
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Come on, boy.
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All right, I want you to go straight home now.
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Go straight home. You'll do that for me?
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I'll see you here tonight. Go ahead. Go on home.
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Good boy. Good boy!
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Great day, Carl, isn't it?
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Have a good one, Professor.
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Hachi.
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There, yes. Don't tell Milton.
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Yeah.
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Hey, Hachi. Good dog!
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What a good boy.
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Okay, come on. Let's go home. Come on.
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Come on.
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That's good.
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Hey, Hach.
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Come on, come on. Let's go. Let's go!
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Some more champagne? Is there anymore champagne?
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On three. One, two, three.
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Hachi!
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That's great, Jake.
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Thanks.
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Cate.
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You seen Hachi? He wasn't at the station.
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No, I haven't seen him since this morning. Come here.
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Look at her.
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Can you believe they had her covered for 30 years?
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Isn't she beautiful?
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Yeah, she is.
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I'm falling behind schedule.
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Oh, you'll catch up.
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Just think about opening night. That'll freak you out.
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The young soloist steps downstage, sings from La Boheme
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and then dance, of course.
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Following that, rock, rap, hip-hop, jazz and Hamlet.
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And then, of course,
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the entire town is going to rise up, standing ovation.
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The place is going crazy.
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Mayor sees you down there, he pulls you up onstage,
562
puts you center stage and thanks you for making it all possible.
563
Yeah? Yeah.
564
I like it.
565
Hachi!
566
Come on, boy.
567
Hachi!
568
Hachi.
569
What are you doing here?
570
It's all right.
571
Stay, stay. Hachi, stay.
572
Okay, go, go away. Go on, get out.
573
Get! Get!
574
Get out of here. Get out! Get out!
575
Hachi.
576
Come on, come on, come on!
577
Whoa!
578
Parker?
579
We got skunked.
580
You want to come in with us?
581
No, I'm gonna pass.
582
Okay.
583
You better open a window before you go to sleep.
584
You really think we smell that bad?
585
You're probably right.
586
Mom!
587
Hi, honey. What's up?
588
I have to tell you something.
589
Guess what?
590
What?
591
Okay, wait. What?
592
Just wait. Wait. What?
593
See anything different?
594
No.
595
Yes!
596
Oh, sweetheart!
597
That's so wonderful!
598
Oh, I have to call Grandma right away.
599
Okay.
600
Where's Dad?
601
Out there, as usual.
602
Daddy.
603
Dad.
604
Dad, what are you doing?
605
It's a full-body massage.
606
I'm following the book.
607
See... You're gonna be a grandpa.
608
You gotta get really deep down in there, in the muscle.
609
Dad. Dad.
610
Michael and I are having a baby. I'm pregnant.
611
You...
612
Jeez! You're...
613
Really?
614
Yes.
615
You're having a baby?
616
I'm gonna be a grandpa.
617
Yes.
618
Catie! I can't believe this!
619
This is terrific, honey. I'm so happy for you.
620
Hi, sweetie. Hey, Mom.
621
I'm sorry I'm late.
622
What you got?
623
I've got all kinds of healthy things for you.
624
Fresh-cut vegetables, raspberries, pita with hummus and sprouts.
625
You know, when I was carrying you,
626
I was sending out your father for pizza with red peppers and double anchovies
627
for weeks straight. He couldn't even watch me eat it.
628
Can you believe you and Dad have been together for 25 years?
629
We've been together longer than we've been apart.
630
Wow.
631
Dad said after your first date, by the time he got back to the car,
632
he missed you so much he went back for you.
633
I know. I was watching from the window.
634
When I saw him come up the walk again,
635
I almost ran out the door and jumped into his arms.
636
You should have.
637
I know.
638
But I always stop and think too much.
639
That's true. You do.
640
Don't do that.
641
Okay. Okay.
642
Hey, Hach. Come on, Hachi, come on. Come on, come on.
643
Yeah! Come on, let's go home. Let's go home.
644
Hey, Mr. Professor.
645
Good night, Parker.
646
Good night, Mary Anne.
647
How'd you train that dog to do that?
648
That's amazing. Every day.
649
Let's go.
650
Parker?
651
Parker?
652
Parker?
653
You're overdressed.
654
Well, there's something I might be able to do about that.
655
Thank you.
656
Anything else you require, madam?
657
That depends on what you've got.
658
Everything.
659
Everything?
660
Yeah, everything.
661
Okay.
662
You've had to put up with a lot. I know that.
663
I don't know if I've ever thanked you.
664
You know how much I love you?
665
And I love you.
666
Good. Yeah.
667
Especially when you don't smell like a dog or a skunk.
668
Which isn't very often, actually, so I should worry about...
669
Well, it happens more often...
670
I love you. Love you, too.
671
I'll call you later. Bye-bye.
672
Okay, Hachi, come on.
673
Hachi, come on.
674
Come on now. What's wrong with you? Come on.
675
What is it?
676
Come here, come here. Come on.
677
Come here. What is with you?
678
Come here now. You got a problem?
679
Come here.
680
You're all right. What's going on, huh?
681
You're all right. Okay.
682
You all right, now? Okay, come on. Come on.
683
What's wrong with him?
684
I don't know.
685
Hachi, you want to come? Because I gotta go.
686
It's a work day. Come on, buddy. Come on.
687
I gotta go.
688
Love you, honey.
689
Love you, too. See you tonight.
690
Last chance.
691
Bye.
692
Hey, Mary Anne.
693
Hey, Jas, how are you?
694
I'm good. Here's your coffee and donut.
695
Oh, thank you, Jasjeet.
696
Thank you. You're welcome.
697
Where's Hachi?
698
Hey, Hachi!
699
There he comes.
700
Am I happy to see you. What? Did you bring me your ball?
701
What is he doing with a ball?
702
You want to play catch? Here. Here. Come here, come here. Here you go.
703
Go get it.
704
Okay, go get it. Go get it.
705
All right, good. Now bring it back.
706
Oh, that's it. That's what I wanted.
707
Let's try another one. Big one. Big long one.
708
Okay, go get it. Go on.
709
Good boy!
710
Yeah! Now bring it back.
711
Okay, come on. Come on, boy, come on, come on!
712
What a good boy! What a good boy!
713
Aren't you the good boy! Did you see that?
714
I threw the ball, he brought it back.
715
First time, a fetch. A real fetch. Yeah.
716
Congratulations. Thank you.
717
You are a good boy!
718
Okay, gotta go to work. Come on, take your ball.
719
There you go. First time.
720
First time!
721
No, no. Wait, wait, wait, Mr. Professor! Wait, wait.
722
I'll bring you your coffee right now. All right.
723
I'm sorry I'm late today.
724
Did you see what he did?
725
I threw the ball, he brought it back. It was a fetch.
726
No, no, you keep the ball.
727
You want me to have that?
728
I can't play now, I gotta go to work.
729
I gotta go to work.
730
I'll keep the ball, all right?
731
Okay. Here you go.
732
Okay, thank you. You're welcome.
733
And I'll see you at 5: 00. I'll be here.
734
Okay. Go home, Hachi. Go home.
735
All right, come here. Come here, come here. Come here. Come on. Okay.
736
It's all right. I'll see you at 5: 00, all right?
737
Good boy. Stay, go home. Go on.
738
Go on.
739
Was it any better that time?
740
All right.
741
You remember we were talking about John Philip Sousa,
742
great march composer around the turn of the century?
743
He was a very famous man,
744
but he had a huge thing about recorded music.
745
He would never allow his music to be recorded.
746
Even when Thomas Edison came to him
747
with his brand-new invention, the phonograph.
748
But Edison didn't care. He went ahead and did it anyhow.
749
Secretly he recorded his marching band in a parade.
750
Which I guess makes it the very first bootleg.
751
So what do you think about that?
752
Do you think Sousa was right?
753
Do you think it's okay now? What about today's performers?
754
Should you be able to just walk up in the middle of a stage,
755
plug in your CD player to a Marshall stack and that's it?
756
It's good enough?
757
I don't know.
758
I'm a lot older than you, but I tend to think that
759
there's an element of music that cannot be captured.
760
Life cannot be captured. The human heart cannot be captured.
761
The moment of creation itself is fleeting.
762
Hey, Hachi, how you doing?
763
Hey, Hachi.
764
Good night, Hachi.
765
Hey, buddy.
766
You ready to go home?
767
Yeah?
768
It's all right. It's all right.
769
Hey, Hachi.
770
Hey, boy.
771
Is this how he did it?
772
I'm sorry. I'll learn.
773
Andy?
774
It's time to go, sweetheart.
775
You're a good boy. You stay here, okay? I'll be back.
776
"I hear and behold God in every object
777
"Yet understand God not in the least
778
"Nor do I understand who there can be more wonderful than myself
779
"In the faces of men and women I see God
780
"And in my own face in the glass
781
"I find letters from God dropt in the street
782
"And every one is sign'd by God's name
783
"And I leave them where they are
784
"For I know that wherever I go
785
"Others will punctually come forever and ever"
786
Look, you don't have to wait anymore.
787
He's not coming back.
788
All right, Hachi.
789
You do what you have to do.
790
Come on, buddy, come on. Let's go.
791
Come on, boy. Come on.
792
Come on, Hachi.
793
You're gonna be with us now. Let's go. Come on.
794
All right, we gotta go. Ronnie's waiting.
795
Come on.
796
Let me get that for you, sweetie.
797
Come on, Hach. Up, up, up. There we go.
798
That's a good boy. Good.
799
Good boy, Hachi.
800
Watch your head, watch your head.
801
Good boy.
802
Hey, there's my guy. Andy?
803
Yeah?
804
Hachi! Hachi! Andy!
805
Hachi!
806
Hachi, get back here! Hachi!
807
Hachi, come on!
808
Hachi!
809
Hachi!
810
Hachi!
811
Hey, looks like you got your first visitor.
812
Hey there, buddy.
813
Come to welcome us to our new home?
814
Hey, Hach.
815
Hey, Hachi!
816
What are you doing here?
817
Lookie, lookie.
818
He's going right to his spot.
819
I thought he moved away.
820
He did.
821
He looks hungry, yeah?
822
You are a softie, Jas.
823
Hey, Hachi.
824
Want a hot dog, boy? Go on, boy, have a hot dog.
825
Hey, Hachi.
826
Maybe it's your cooking, Jas.
827
The Jasjeet special.
828
Come on, you'll like it. Eat it. Eat it. It's good for you.
829
Come on.
830
It's good.
831
Where did he come from?
832
Just showed up.
833
Come on, boy. Take it.
834
You better be careful, Hachi. He's got hot dogs in there older than you.
835
Don't listen to them, huh?
836
Hachi! Oh, God.
837
Hi! Oh, God, I was so worried about you.
838
Why is she just hanging around him?
839
It's the professor's daughter. Really?
840
That's where he's been living.
841
Will you come home with me?
842
Hey, hey, hey...
843
It's all right. It's okay.
844
Come on. Come on.
845
Let's go, buddy.
846
Thank you very much. Okay.
847
Thank you!
848
That's the best thing.
849
Come on, give me a coffee.
850
Jasjeet, come on. Give me a coffee.
851
I think of him, too. Every day.
852
Hey.
853
You know we love you, Hachi.
854
We want you to stay here with us.
855
But if you have to go, that's okay, too.
856
Okay.
857
Goodbye, Hachi.
858
Good afternoon, Hachi.
859
Hey, Hachi.
860
Here you go. Don't tell Myra, all right?
861
Good night, Hachi.
862
Hello, how are you?
863
I think...
864
Lucky! Let's go.
865
Come on, sweetie. Hey, Lucky.
866
Hey, girl. Come on, Lucky, let's go.
867
Hey, excuse me, sir. Mmm-hmm.
868
The dog out there.
869
Yeah?
870
Is that the dog that I've been hearing so much about?
871
Mmm-hmm.
872
What's it to you?
873
I'm sorry. I'm Teddy Barnes. I'm with the Woonsocket Call.
874
Yeah, I've been hearing a lot of talk about him on the trains.
875
I don't know, sounds like it could make a good story.
876
It's Boilins, Carl Boilins.
877
B- O-I-L-I-N-S. Yes. There's no "Y" in there.
878
I'm the one that found him, handed him over.
879
Oh, yeah?
880
So, Carl, where's he live?
881
Well, we're not really sure. He comes and goes.
882
Nobody bothers him?
883
No, we put up with him.
884
He just does what he's doing.
885
Hey, you mind if I take a picture?
886
For the newspaper.
887
I don't mind if Hachi don't mind.
888
Thank you very much. Very nice, very nice.
889
One without first, please.
890
Without the dog? All right. Stay there.
891
Well, I...
892
Oh, yeah. All right.
893
I appreciate it.
894
That's very kind of you.
895
Okay, nice and tight. Oh, yeah.
896
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
897
Look at that there.
898
Big smile.
899
That's... That's beautiful. Thank you.
900
Hey, Hachi.
901
This kid in Derry sent you his lunch money.
902
He wants me to buy you treats with it.
903
It's like the third one this week.
904
If this keeps up, I'll have to open a bank account for you.
905
Don't say I never gave you nothing.
906
The clog's making out like a bandit here.
907
Look at this, isn't that cute?
908
Hey, Hach.
909
What are you doing with the money?
910
I'm his executor.
911
Be right with you, sir.
912
River Junction local is now boarding on track two, it's making all stops.
913
Hachi.
914
Here you go, Hachi.
915
There you are.
916
Hungry, huh?
917
Yes, he's very cold. He must eat.
918
I'm Jasjeet. I run the hot dog stand.
919
I'm Ken Fujiyoshi, Professor Wilson's friend.
920
Mr. Professor?
921
One sugar, two cream.
922
So then you must have read the article, then?
923
I did.
924
You saw my name in the article?
925
Yes, I did.
926
Twice.
927
Please, let me help with the expense.
928
No, no, no, please. No money.
929
What if he gets sick? Medical expenses?
930
We'll take a collection.
931
From the travelers, the vendors, and we will take care of it for him.
932
The station square is Hachi's home now.
933
Every day he comes, same time, same place, here only.
934
You'll do that for him?
935
Take care of him? Of course.
936
All right, then I...
937
I've got to sell some hot dogs. Good to meet you.
938
You, too. Thank you very much.
939
It's been a year, hasn't it?
940
I wake up sometimes in the middle of the night
941
and think about Parker. He was a good friend.
942
I understand how you feel.
943
Hachi, my friend, Parker is never coming home.
944
But if Hachiko wants to wait, then Hachiko should wait.
945
You want to wait for him, don't you?
946
Have a long life Hachi.
947
Come on, mister. There we are. That's a good boy.
948
Want some more? Okay, come on.
949
Okay, come on, boy. Last piece. It's good, huh?
950
See you tomorrow, Hachi.
951
Ciao, Hachi.
952
Final call for Oakland,
953
Wood River Junction and Four Corners
954
leaving from track two.
955
Ms. Wilson? Nice to see you again.
956
Good afternoon. Thank you.
957
That's the professor's wife, huh?
958
Cate.
959
Ken.
960
It's been a while.
961
It certainly has.
962
It's 10 years. Can you believe it?
963
Hi, Hachi.
964
Hi, Hachi.
965
All right, have a good one.
966
Thank you, Jas.
967
Who would've thought? I know.
968
I mean, when we first went in there, I was like...
969
Hachi?
970
Hachi?
971
You old thing, you're still waiting.
972
That's right.
973
If it's all right, could I wait with you for the next train?
974
Yeah?
975
Thanks.
976
Oh, Hachi.
977
That's so cute. You like that one?
978
Yeah. Yeah.
979
That's good, isn't it?
980
That's me.
981
I know, I remember.
982
I remember. I was there that day. I took that picture.
983
He still looks so cute.
984
He went to the wedding.
985
Yeah. He's right there.
986
Right there.
987
Where did Grandpa find Hachi?
988
Ronnie, actually, Hachi found your grandfather.
989
How?
990
One night your grandfather was coming back from a trip.
991
He got off at the train station,
992
he went inside of the train station...
993
Hey, boy.
994
Hey! Come on, let's go. Come on!
995
Hachi!
996
Hey, boy.
997
I never met my grandfather.
998
He died when I was just a baby.
999
But when I hear about him and Hachi, I feel like I know him.
1000
They taught me the meaning of loyalty,
1001
that you should never forget anyone that you've loved.
1002
And that's why Hachi will forever be my hero.
1003
Oh, my God, look how cute he is! Hi, boy.
1004
He drives me crazy.
1005
Oh, he's happy to see somebody.
1006
I know.
1007
Can you walk?
1008
Come on, Hachi. Let's go.
1009
Come on.
1010
Hey, here boy.

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